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   Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - April 9, 1891, Reno, Nevada                                DAILY NEVADA STATE JOURNAL. VOL XXXVII. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, L891. NO 9. Nevada Published Daily ana Weekly by K EL STODDARD, OF SUBSCRIPTION: Dally one year, JJJJ Tlatlv ki V ttlATlthtt vv Daily tix months Weekly one venr. by mall.................. -J Weekly months ou The Dally, containing latest telegraphic news, IE published every day except Mondays, me Weeklv Is published on Saturdays. ________ TIME TABLES. Time of Arrival ancTDepnrture of Trains lit Reno. following table g ves the time of Arrival and Uepaiture of passenger trains at lUno: TRAIN. Central No 1, easlbound express...... No. 2. westbound express..... No. 3, esstbound express...... No. 4. westbound express..... Virginia No.1, Virginia express......., No. 'J, San Francisco express. Nos a 4, local passenger---- Nevda It Express and freight.......... LEAVES 10.10pm 4-25 p m 9-10 a m 11-40 p m 9-05 p m 11-45 a m 3-40 p m 10-20 p m 4-35 p m 9-20 am 11-00 pm 9-25 a m 1-45 p m 9-45 a rn FROM TERMINAL OR INTERIOR POINTS -----THE----- NORTHERN PACIFIC WAY THE LINE TO To all Points North and East. It is the DINING CAB KOTJTE. It runs Through VESTIBULED TRAINS every day in the year to ST, PAUL AND CHOOO (NO CHANGE OF Time of Arrival and Departure of Mails at llcno. San Francisco and Sao'to.. j Ctl. (west of T. and B. O.................. Eastern Nevada and "tutes Carson, Glenbrook and Southern Nevada........ Inyo and Alpine coun- ties, Cal.................... Susanville. Cedarvillo, Quincy and points north............ Buffnlo Meadows (Mondays) 9-10 a m 9 10am 11. O.pm 9.05 p m 9-05 p m 3-40 p m 4-00 p 8-00 pm 8-00 8.30 a m 8-30 a m 8 30am 9-00 a 9-no a RICHARD KF.NO. HERZ, NEVADA POL1HAN DRAWING-ROOK SLEEPERS Of Latest Equipmen Pu'lman Tourist Sleeping Cars Best tbul can be constructed, Bud which accommodations ore both dee an furnished for holders of First or Second class tickets and ELEGANT DAY COACHES. PROPOSAL. BOOTS AND SHOES. A Continuous Line connecting with lines, affording Direct and unin- terrupted service. Pullman Sleeper reservations can be cared in advance through any agent of the road. Engraving PABTTCULAB ATTENTION and Watch Repairing STANDARD TIME TAKEN TBAKSIT CARRIAGES AND THAVE JTJ8T RECEIVED THE FINEST LOT 1 of doable and single Carriages, Buggies and Phsetous ever brought to this maiket. for the Studebaker and U. S. Carriage OF OHIO. Fine Assortment FBAZEECARTS AND BUGGIES. I a: ,lso carry a arge stock of Iron Axles and Hardwood in endless varioty, and do A General Blacksmithing Business, WShop. corner Fourth and Sierra 84s., Reno Nevada. Give me a call and be convinced. W. J. LUKE. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS AT HODGKI NSOISTS VIRGINIA ST. RENO, O. Gulling. President. W. 9. Bender, Vice Prea Wm. tlenrv. Secretary. First Natl. Bank, Trea nre RENO MILL LUMBER CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER Wood Turnings, Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings PicKets, Shingles, Etc. APPLE BOXK8 A MPKCIA1YTY. 0. NOVAOOVIOH. H. J. BERR7 BERRY NOVACOVICH, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS GREEN AND DRIED FRUIT, Vegetables, Hardware, Crockery, Glass war TOBA0008, WINES, LIQTJOR3 AND CIGARS- All thn novelties In Fancy Groceries. I aed to send away for ohoice goods. Cash trad allotted, and satisfaction auaranteed. A wealth ot flowers before ua, And flowers on either hand; The flowery vines bend o'er us, As here alone we stand. With scent the air is laden; But oh, that I might call One flower my own, dear maiden, The fairest flower of all. Thou the fairest Are on thy cheek displayed, Like reddest rose and rarest On snowy lilies laid. Like violets soft and tender Those dark and lustrous One Blanco, and I surrender, Such maffto In them lies. All rank'd in order sightly My dainty tulips grow; Thy two lips sliine more brightly Than all the buds that blow. Bo my petition grantedl Then in my garden green, Dear mnid, thou'lt bloom transplanted, Of all my flowers the queen! H. Titherington in Munsey's Weekly. Just I.TSo Ilia Hussiaii ilrotlier. The sultan very rarely or never leaves the grounds of Yildiz Kiosk, except to go once a week to a mosque just outside, when the very striking ceremony known as the Selamlick takes place. Once a year, also, he pays a visit to Stambonl, but the route there and returning is never known in advance. He is in con- stant fear of assassination. Some grand duchess whom he received at his court, on his complaining that his health was indifferent, advised him to take more exercise and change of air, and to drive about the country. On her departure he is reported to have said: "What harm have I done that this woman should de- sire my death? Why does she advise me to run into such Century._________________ A Wedding Cake Deflected. "I had some wedding cake today un- der very distressing said a postal clerk. "At the postofflce a pack- age had been received containing a heavy invoice of this style of fancy goods. It was nearly six inches square and had sixteen cents in postage stamps, but not a sign of an address. There was no help for it. The owner couldn't be found, and rather than let the cake go to waste it was distributed judiciously among a few friends. Of course everybody was sorry, but the state of things might have been Express. THE CHEAPEST! THE BESTf BROTHERS, Powning's New Building, East Side of Virginia Street Are constantly receiving direct from tne Leading of the United States the Largest and Most Complete Stock of Fine PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A W. L. KNOX, TTORNKY-AT- I. AW Office iu Court Reno. Ntv. jane DR. E. C. PHELPS. Building, Reno, Kev. Shoes, Slippers and General Footgear for Ladies, Youths and Misses That have ever been -soeived in this city. Tho public ib invited to call and Inspect them. 1C i, ota and Snoi-x mo.ie to Order. Neiuly none. Leather aud Find IIKEB a inliy. W. 0. F. MARTIN. o. Bat W. A. PHILLIPS, M. D. RENO, NEVADA, Building, Night Wm. Finniger's residence. THOMAS E. HAYDON, TTORNEY-AT-CAW Office in Sunderland's Building (up Reno, ___________Nevada. _______Janl WM. WEBSTER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW RENO, NEVADA, Office, up stairs, in First National Bank Building. Janl_____________ THKOUGH TICKETS to and from all oints in England, America and Europe an be purchased at any ticket office of this ompany. Pall information concerning rates, time f trains, routes and other details furnished n application to any agent, or T. K. STATELEK, ass. Agt, N. P. E. E St., San Francisco, Oal. anslT 638 Market he Standard Trotting Stallion, ROMEYN 6256 l make the season of 1891, from April 1st July 1st, at to EOMEYN'S STABLE, NOETH SIEKBA ST., EENO, NEVADA. Description Pedigree: KOMEYN 6256 was foaled 1884, hands high, weighs pounds, and is a horse of mag- nificent conformation. He captured the State 'air premium at Sacramento in 1886, as a standard red two year-old stallion, agalnstooeof the finest bows of horses ever hsl'i in the West. He is a eautiful dark bay with dark points. He Is re- markably intelligent, of good disposition and spir. ted. He is well boned and musceled up, speedy and game; qualities which he Imparts to his pro- 'eny, 6256 Is by Mambrino Wilkes 6083 (sire if GusWi Ikes, Alpheus, Balkan, 2 Hay Wilkes, 2 30 and Clara P, be by George Wilkes 510, rccor i 2 22 (sire of Harry Wilkes, !i Guy Wilkes, 2.15Vi; Mike Wilkes, Wilcoi, Wilson. J B. Richard- son, Baron Bud Crook, RosaWlkes, Joe Bunker. 2-19M; Wilton. Tom Kogois, and 65 and the of Fugue, 2.19M; Anna ilcklnson, 2.19V, Butterfly, out of "'hrisman by Mambrino Jr. Uomeyn's Srst dam Pet. by General McOlellan 143, record second dam 1 ize, by Bolden's Black Hawk, son of )ave Hill. Bred by Benjamin Snow, Linden, Cal. S1 T. K. STEWART. URVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER U. 8, MINERAL DEPUTY. Office: Virginia Street, janl Reno, Nevada, IF A BODY BfEET A BODY TERMS: FOR THE SEASOK. Oood at 13 pnr month. The very best care will bo taken of mares in any manner that owners may desire, but no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes. All bills due July 1, 1891. For further particulars apply to or address. T. J. GABDREB, Manager, fieno, Nevaua. Proprietors. mchSl _____ ____constantly colliding ___ BOmebody or BOinetbintr. If it isn't with our neighbors it, la -with some dread dis- eases thut "knocks us off tho track" and pei nape disables ua for life. Women espe- cially it seems, have to bear the brunt ol more collisions and afflictions than man. Mud, In all cases of nervousness, down sensations, tenderness, sick headache, congestion, inflam- mation, or uloeretion and au "lemala Pr. Pieree'B Favorite Pre- scription comes to the rqsoue of women as no othc.' medicine does. It is the onls medicine for women, sold Ay dniggigfaiL under a poclUve guarantee, from tha manufacturers, that it will give satisfac- tion in every case, or money paid for It wiU be refunded. on bottle- wrapper. Copyright, by WOJU.B'S ElS. itlTX AWK. DR. 0. J. MULLEN, OFFICE: OVER SUNDERLAND'S STORE, VIRGINIA STJIEET, RENO. jan 1__________ M. J. CURTIS, ARCHITECT RENO, AND BUILDER. NEVADA. Flans Furnished and Estimates Given. Residence and place of of and Stevenson Streets, Reno, Nov. Jan 1 _____ _____. CLASS- By the Pint, Bottle, Gallon, Case, Bar'andiCard Rooms. DENTISTRY. -DEALER IN- Groceries, Provisions, Notions, Tobacco and Cigars, Etc, ALL GOODS SOLD AT LOWEST CASH BATES. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Terms Cash, or 30 days, with Ap- proved Security. COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE, oods Delivered to All Portions of the City Free of DR. H. A. .FIUCDRICK, formerly of Vir- ginia City, and graduate of the Leipzig and licrlin Dental Colleges, ban permanently located m Reno, and can be found at his dental parlors FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Rooms 13 and 14. Dr Fredrick hat a complete outfit of the lates Improved instruments and will guarantee to do nothing but the best of work. Jen Pacific Brewery. EXCELLENT QUALITY OP Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulate and cleanse the liver, stomach and bowels. They are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless. One a DOHW. BoW by druggists. 25 cento a vial. SEALED PROPOSALS. 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNTIL 12 o'clock. Boon. Monday, May 4, 1891, the Board of County Commissioners of Waatioa county will receive sealed proposals (or medical and sur- gical attendance on inmates of the County Hoftpi' tal, County Jail and all indigent poor of tbe county. for one year from and after the first Monday In May, 1891. The successful b'dder will be required to make at least one visit a day to tha County Hos- pital and as much cfteuerashis services maybe required; to attend patients in the County Jail and the i dtgent poor of tue county, and provide at his own expense, all medicines and surgical instru. ments and appliances required make post mortem examinations when required by the county, con- duct examlnatt ns in luuacy, and furnish any re- quired assistance needed at his own expense. When he is called to visit a county patient more than one mile from the f'oort Uouse.be -will be al- lowed nis actual and necessary traveling expenses. The successful bid -er will be required to enter into bonds with the county ot Waaboe ia the sum of two thouaanl dollars, with at I east two sufficient surities, to be approved by the Board, tor the faitfu. performance of his contract. All proposals ah >uld be addressed .to the Clerk of tbe Board at tieno, Nevada, and plainly marked "Bids for serv- ices of County Physician." The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board, O. H. PERBY, April 6, 1861 ap7td Clerk, TRUGKEE MARKET. W. S. Wholesale and Retail Butcher FRiSH BEEP, MUTTON. PORK, veal and sausage constantly on hand. Ham, Bacon and Smoked Specialty. Beef a KT Main Market Virginia St. Reno. Eeno door from Masonic Building, Commercial Row. se3 Furnished to tbe Trade and Families. OuDBits SOLICITED. Heno Soda Woiks. Greanl and Lemon SODA WATER, Sarsaparilla and Iron, Orange and Champagne Cider, Nerve Food, Ginger Aie, Etc. Of the Very Best Quality. Hum and Baspberry Syrup. Granite Saloon. BEER 5 CENTS Fine Liquors, Wines and Oigars. Lodgings, 25c. DR. M. A. GREENLAW, DENTIST ROOMS over Tassell's Shoe Store, in Powning's New Brick, east Bile of Virginia street. All work skillfully performed and satisfaction gtiar- mteed, Nitrous Oxide 3as I foi the painless extraction of teeth. Office hours from 9 A. M. UP til 6P.M. _ ROBT. M. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT-LAW Jono Office. Virginia St.. ir Powning's Hew Brick BuildlKg. _ H. L. FISH, PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCES Deeds and other papers drawn and .oknon ledge.. meuts taken at reasonable raws. G. In First National Bank. EENO, NEVADA. APOTHECARY, CORNER VIRGINIA ST. AND COMMERCIAL HOW, Fine LM of Perfumes, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines WANTED. I9 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THU i3i Board of Trustees of the Heno Electric T.lgbt and Power Company will {receive proposals until April 14, 1891, to cnns'ructja ditch, the plans and spec'ncationa of which may lie seen at the office of the Secretary in tteuo. Bids must be d to Secretary and, "Bide for the construction of ditch" marked on the envelope. Bonds In the sum of f will he required of tho successful bidder The toard reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of Trustees. W. G. CAFFBBT, Secretary. RENO, April 6.1891. ap7td ANNUAL MEETING. NEYADA BUSINESS. ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY AND WEEKLY RBNO JOURNAL, established 20 years. If jou want to do bnaineag in. Nevada advertise In JOTTUJAI, THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK- holders of the Bank of Nevada, will bo held at tho banking bonne of the corporation, at Reno, Nevada, at 11 V., Thursday, April for the election of Directors for the ensuing Tear, and the transaction of any and all business that may prop- erly come before the meeting. B. B. OSBDUV, KEHO, Nevada, April Secretory. n 4: Agent for WHEELER WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES. Gr. E. HOLESWORTH, 4 RCHITECT AND BUILDER. BENO, SEVADA. Plans Furbished, and Given. AGENT FOK STEEL BOOFINO. Residence and place ol of first and Virginia streets. my8 ______________ DR. C. J. HOOD, PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEO OFFICE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BTJILDINO rooms occupied by Dr. Thoma. OPFIOB HOUnS-11 A. M. to 12 M.; 3 to 5_and 7 to 8 P. M. mitatt Leading Boot and Shoemaker ____OF BENO. DEALER IN------ BOOTS SHOES The Cheapest in Town. MANNEB House t, WORK DONE IN A WORKMANLIKE No Botch Work Allowed to Go Out of the Shop. H. F. PAVOLA. BEANi'CH SHOP IK VEBDL DR. T.WAH HIM, [Lato of Virginia Ctty, Nevada.) English and Chinese Physician and Surgeon. GRADUATE OF HONGKONG MEDICAL COL- JHRP. Treats skillfully special diseases of cnildren and adults, seminal weakness, eoneump- don of tbe klrtncys. indicated by weak mer and Winter diseases, and various other all cases too numerous to mmtion. Office, corner ot Virginia and Second streets op- posite First National Bank. Heno STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. VTOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT THB N annual meeting of the stockholders of the ite'o Electric Light f ower Company will be office of the Company at Keno, Nevada April 1, 1891. SPAPFRf fSPAPERI   

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