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   Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - September 29, 1896, Reno, Nevada                                Tiie Best AMsii MefliniD, DAILY NEVADA STATE JOUMAL. VOL. XLVII. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY. NETADA. TUESOA.T SEPTEMBER 1896. I'nbllsheil Dully and Weekly by Kelley TKBMS Of SUBSCBirriON: dally one year, by JJJ} Dolly six ,-B Dally, by Carrier, per week........... Weekly, one year, by mall............ Weekly, six months, l Daily, oontnlriinc-the latest tele- news, Is published every day except Mondays. Tha Weekly Is published on Satur days. TABLES. Time of Arrival and Departure of Trains at Reno. .SKIVE- p. in. a.m. a. m p.m. p. in. am. .15 p. m. TBAIN. SOUTHBBN PAO'BIO. No. 1, Eastbound Express No. 8, Eastbound fast mail No. 2, Westbound Express No. 4, Westbound fast mall VIRGINIA. 4 TBUOKEB. ..No. 1, Virginia Express .No. 2, San Fran. Express ..No. 3, Local Passenger.. ..No. 4, Local Passenger.. N.-o.-o. KY. .Express anil Freight... .Express and a.m. Time o Arrival and Departure o Mails at Reno. Son Francisco, Sacra- mento and points In California and Oregon Offden, all Eastern points Uarson, Virginia and all Southern points.......... Susanville luul ull points north p.m. p.m. p.m.----- p. in. p.m. m. a. in a.m. Buffalo Mendows and Sheephead mall ar- rives evory Thursday at p. M. and close Ifriday at A. n. A T. looked pouch from Virginia and Carson arrives ut 11-45 A.M. mail for same nt P.M. PostofHco Hoars: (from A.M. to Op. M. Sundays from 0 to in A. M. _______________ LGCAL'DISEASE and isthoresulioIcoMsand sudden climatic changes. It can be cufcd n picasftn t remedy di- rectly into tiio I3c- losqnickly gives relief at onco. Ely's Oradie Mm to bo the -nost euro for flos.il Caf-.rrh, nolil hi l-.jad ana icver of uli remedies. U opens r.ud ci.'nnBcs tlioirsali iseng'jE, allaya pain iiiul heals tiioso. '9, pro- -.nfniliMiii' from coida, restores the. -msec 3t ;'ri.v-Ci'c. ut J, Funeral Director. UllAUUATJS 's School of Embalming. Preparation of oodles for transportation a specialty i A complete stock of SUPPLIES Always on hand, Belnp- owner of Hillside Cemetery, parties desiring burial plots will profit by purchas- ing of me direct and not through other par- ties. All prices reasonable and first class worlt guaranteed. Undertaking Parlors in Opera House Building, cor PUiaa and Sierra streets. 030 UNDERTAKING. HAVJn'G onoof tlie Tjargost and most varied utooks of Uiuioi'taklnff goods in N'evu-ln i am prepared to B've my ovcelleut goods at the most rea- sonubje prices. EMBALMING A SPECIALTY, And Everything Up to Date. cast of Opera House, P.ono, Nevada.1 G. HOSKINS, Pro-. OLD PALACE BAKERY. G WHO employ the Expert Baker they have had for the last eighteen mouths Patrons may be assured of Tie Best Bread, Pies and Cakes, Home-Made Doughnuts, Pure Ice Cream and Ice Cream Soda. Goods delivered in any part of town free. WOLLAM T. K. HYMERS, rpKUCKEE LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. Sierrt Street, Bono, Nevada.; Horses, Buggies and Saddle Horses LET----- And Horaei Boarded by the Day. Week o month at Terms to Suit the Tlmn. I buve olio a targe hay yard with good abta. Abo oorali well watered Icweo oek. MIT. ANIMAL MOTHERS. Tbo Queer Ways In Which They Take Core of Their Young. ll dumb animal and insect mothers KIVO certain ways of taking care of their iabie3, as well as our mothers do of us, oud some of their waya are very queer. At my grandmother's there was an )lii cat that had five kittens, which she ;ept in the hay in the barn. One day me of the kittens went. out on a large >eam that extended from one end of the jam to the other, and when ho reached ho middle of it he began to be afraid and sat down ou the beam, mewing liteously. He was so far away from me hat I could not reach him, and I did nob mow how to get him down. Just then ho mother cat came up and purred and mewed to him, telling him to wait nu- il she. came. She then went out to where he was, and, as the beam was a iroad one, she went before him, picked im up in her mouth and carried him iacli into the hay out of danger. Ono day I waa up in the attic, and I oftud on the ceiling a paper wasp's nsst. I took it off and found that it was empty. Thero wero also several mud vaaps' nests, :uid upon opening some of ;hem I found tho grubs in one part of ;he nest and the food, which was noth- np but little worms and insects paok- id together, in another part. I brought ;ho paper wasp's nest to my city home, rat not tho mud nests. J'f' turtles do not take much care of ii1 They scoop a place in tho sand and hiy their eggs and theu cover ,hem up. The heat of the sun hatches ;hem, imd tho young turtles havo to take cnro of themselves. Frogs lay their eggs in some warm place iu-tho v.'alor and fasten them to 'cods, cattails or somo such plant, and ;ho warmth of the sun hatches them. Tho cgga tiro in a cluster, arid each.one, which looks like white jelly, is about ;he size of a small pea and lias a little round black spot in tho center. I found some once and put them in a large glass ar with water in it and set it in a warm place. After several clays each of ;ho little spots had a tail, and the jelly- iko substance, that hud been around the )lack spots to keep them from injury jcgan to disappear. I fonmi that they lad hatched and wero pollywogs. They ;rew very fast, but never lived to change nto frogs, nsthoy died before Iliey were jalf grown. The potato bug lays its cgga on tho underside of a potato leaf, aiid when :ho young are hutched they huvo ttio leaves to cat, and the mother does not save to take oaro of them. Tho cggunro uiiill and of a bright yellow color. I iavo seen a great uiiiuy of them oa one leaf. Near my grandfather's thero is it crook, with willows growing on thn edge of it. One day I saw tsvo kiogilsh- irs on H limb of one of tho trees and the ijothor bird sitting liy tho suioof them, sho was looking steadily into tho. Suddenly sho darted down into tho water and in a minute came up with n fish. Sho took it to tho little birds, and after this she dived several times, as though showing them how tocntch fish. The crabs havo their homos under large stones. This is tho way I found out: I once lifted a large stone, and aft- er tho water had become clear I looked for a crab. I did not see any, bnt dis- covered ii hoki that seemed to go under Rome smaller stones. I took up tho small- er Kt'oucs, but the hole seemed to go still farther. Aa 1 was looking into it I saw a bis crab corns cut, followed by two smailoi' Then I know that this is tho way they Times. WHY MAN 13 WEARY. This Is r. cf Domestic iiorrcw. A good hundreds und even of long suiitring husbands can l.ci'.r torrowful testimony totbu fact that this in Uio of cutechinia the wives of their bosoms subject them to every time they pat on their hats to go out in the evening: uro yoxi "Oh, I'm going out for a few min- utes." "Oh, .nowhere in particular." "What "Oh, nothing." "Why do you go, I want to goj that's "Do you havo to "I don't know that I do." "Why do you go, "Because." "Because "Well, simply because." to bo gone "No." "How "I don't know." 'Anybody going with "No." "Well, it's strange that you oan'tibe content to stay at home a few minutes. Don't be gone long, will "See that you don't.'.' This is one reason why BO many mar- riages are dead, flat fizzle and failure. Times. receives sozne cnfions car- goes at of turtles and other live and dead animals, casks of leeches, shiploads of bones from battle- fields, of human mummies from the. Egyptian tombs ami of {lead cats from the opt cenioterie's of tho same WEAK MEN CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. Vlctlma ol Lost Manhood should send at once for a book that explains how full manly vigor la >ea9uyv Qnfcuy ana permanently- restored.-No man Buffering from -yeakness can af. ord to Ignore this iimely advice, look tells how volopmont and tone are imparted to every portion of tha body. Sent with positlva proof 8 (sealed) free toanymanonnppUoatlon. ERIE Like an open book, our faces tell the tale of health or 'disease. Pain and suffering and wrong Hying write their, history on our fea- tures in unmistak- able lines. Hollow cheeks and sunken eyes, listless steps and languorous looks tell of wasting debilitating disease some place in the body. It may be one place or an- other, the cause is generally traceable to a common source blood, and impure blood starts in the digestive organs. That most dreadful tion is what is known as constitutional. It is in the blood. In "reality, it is scrof- ula of the lungs, and it can be cured times in 100 if proper treatment be in its early stages. Sending good, clean, pure, rich, wholesome blood continu- ously through the diseased parts will gradually eradicate the disease. If- the medicine taken be strongly purifying, healing and soothing, the cure will be even more rapid. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery purifies the blood, stimulates digestive action, searches out disease-germs wher- ever they exist and puts the whole body into a vigorous, strong and healthy con- dition. It builds up solid, useful flesh, rubs out wrinkles, brightens the eyei and makes life really worth living. A big book of loco pages entitled "The People's Common Sense Medical Ad- profusely illustrated, telling all about it and full of good, sensible health hints, with numerous testimonial letters and reproduced photographs and address to those cured, will be sent free to any one who sends twenty-one cents, in one- cent stamps, to cover postage and wrap- ping only. Address, WORLD'S DISPENSARY MED- ICAL ASSOCIATION, No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N.Y. FIFTY T CENT COLUMN. All classes of egitlmate advertise ments not exceeding six lines Inserted in this column per week. For Salp. William 'Thompson 1ms a number of thor- oughbred colts, half-brothers and sisters to Silver State that are for sale. They ian lie seen at the truck or at Georire Graves' stables. He also offers special inducements on a lot of lots and town properly. T. V. Jullenis Is authorized agept. Bent. Small, cosy, hardflnished house of five rooms. Bay window, good location. In- quire corner of Fifth and Ralston streets. Lost. A nut was lost off my wagon and as I can- not find one to fit the axle the finder will confer a ereat favor by same at this office, P. J. KELLEY. loet. between' MoFarlln'a ranch and the Jngllsh Mill ranch one oast iion brake block with set screw. Finder will please leave at his office. B. A, Cooper. For Sale. Six hundred wethers and lambs in good condition. Apply to Robert Welsh, Love- ock, Humboldt county, Nevada. slSwl Lust. A large gold bangle with the word mother on.one side and "father on the .ther. A reward will be paid if returned to this office. Property for Sale. Two and one-half acres of land situated on dill street, suitable for residence property. One-third of land In orohaid with free water. Land improved. For sale at a bar- aln. Inquire of slStf. "FRANK SAVAGE. New Millinery. The millinery parlors of Madam Beagle- lole will present a most charming appear- vnce on the opening days. Sept. lith, ISth and .9th. All are cordially invited to call and in- spect her stock. slSwl. No Middle of the Road for Old Huron. The streets are clean, so bring on your work. Cleaning and repairing will lie done as usual in my tailoring business. Republi- cans, Democrats, Populists, silver men and goldbugs, if you call on me I will heal all the splits. Corner of (Douglas and Lincoln Avenues. BARON ROTHSCHILDS, jy29m2 The Tailor. for Sale. Pine Homes and Lots and Blocks and 20- acre an J 80-acre Tracts, with water. North side of the railroad, opposite the Reduction Works, and also trees, plants and shrubs by the millions, at tie Eeno and- Mt, Hope Nur- sery. JUtf STEPHEN CONNER. Milk. If you want pure, fresh mllkcall on White A Steels. They deliver milk to any part of the city, morning and evening. The eleanlinesi of their dairy and urrovrndlngsl their pride Give them a trial. iy2tf. Furnished House, A furnished house torrent. Oood location. Inquire at New Toronto Restaurant. slOwl. tost. A white belt with silver buckle, on Empire wreath, between the Riverside Hotel and the High School. Finder will leave it at this office and receive reword. Opening at A. Motley a. cordial invitation to the ladies to attend the Opening Exhibit of imported pattern hats and millinery elties Friday and Saturday, September 18th and 19th. ___ slSwl. Wasnoe Lunch Counter and Saloon. For a fine meal or a eool glass of beer, best of liquors of all kinds or a good clear call at the Washoe Lunch Counter and Saloon. A private dining room has been placet) at the rear of the counter. Of. nSBM. VfOUJADE, A TTOKNEX-AT-LAW, CA.B3ON, MET.. BOX 412. in all the State and United Courti. SILVER-DEMOCRATIC For Presidential Electors, B. F. LEETE, Of Wasfaoe. J. B. BYAN, 1 Of Storey.. GEO. BUSSJELL, Of Elko. For Member of Congress, FRANCIS G. NEW LANDS, Of Washoe. For Lieutenant-Governor, 0. H. E. HABDIN, OfHumboldt For Justice of Supremo Court, W. A. MAS8EY, Of Elko. .For Begent State University (Long Term) J. N. EVANS, OC Washoe. For Begent State University (Short H. S. STABBETT, Of Lander. COUNTY TICKET. For Members of the Assembly, F. H. NOROBOSS, Of Reno. W. H. A. PIKE, Of Wadswortb. F. LEMMON, Of Reno. 0. H. STODDARA Of Reno. For Sheriff, W. H. McINNIS, For County Olerk, w. p.-MCLAUGHLIN. Tor Recorder and Ex-offlcio Auditor, JNO. B. WILLIAMS. For Treasurer, B. B. BOYD. For District Attorney, T. V, JULIEN. For County Commissioner, (Long Term) H. H. BECK, For County Commissioner, (Short Term) (JEO. H. FRAZER, For Public Administrator, F. 0. UPDIKE. Bead and Remember that if you want any Wines or Liquors, Tip Lipr IS THE PLACE TO GO. Good Goods at Low Prices. Kentucky Vfhiskies, per gallon, from upwards; by the quart, 60 cents upward. Brandies, Gins, Bums, Sherry. Port, Zin- fandel, Angelica and Saulerne Wines by the bottle or gallon. Martell and Hennessy Cognacs, A. B, 0. St. Louis Beer, per quart, SO cents, Nnpa Soda, Idanhaand Coronado Mineral Waters by the bottle, dozen or case. Cordials and Bitters of all kinds. First Class Bar. Free Lunch Daily READING AND CARD ROOMS. John Jargstorf, Painter, Oroiuer And The Very Latest Work of the Trade Done in the Moat Approved Style. Fancy Papering, Fancy Graining, and Decorating a Specialty Orders left at ttie Mercantile Com- pany will be promptly attended to. ROBERT HARRISON, JJKAYMAJJ TRUCKMAN. Freight Received Kt or Delivered to the Depot Carefully and Promptly. Lcavu orders ut 0. Booker's Store, Commercial Row. PROBATE NOTICE. TOWNSHIP TICKET. TOSBPH L. GAUTHIER, HAVING TILED tj in this Court a puper purporting to be the last will and testament of Mary A. Gau- thier, deceased, with a petiHon praying that the same may be admitted to probate. Now, therefore, in pursuance of tin order of the Court this da.v made and NoiiCKis hereby given that Saturday, the 26tli of September, 1800, At 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the court- room at the courthouse in ileuo, Nevada, have been appointed atsthe time ami place of proving the wili of said Mary A. Gauthier, deceased, and for hearing the application of Joseph L. Gauthier for the issuance to him of letters testamentary thereon, f F. B. PORTER. Clerk of the District Court. I Dated this 10th day of September, 1895. td For Justice of the Peace, Repo Tpwnship, I. B. MARSHALL. For Constable, Reno Township, THOS. McGOVEBN. For Justice of the Peace, worth Township, L. S, BBIDUES. ?or Constable, Wadsworth Township, ROBERT POLLOCK. 'or Justice of Peace, Verdi Township, J. E. 8OUCHEEEAU. For Constable, Verdi Township. 0. K. COOPER, T. A.. KOHLER, THE WELL-KNOWN TONSOK1ALIST from Lake Tuhoe, inhere he has been durinsr the.Summer isumfpulnttner the elite of California und >evndn, having purchased K. Jj. Wartmtin'y barber shop on Virginia st'Bet, opposite Charley Lake's store, is do- ing1 work in his line that captures the town.. He uts and dresses imir in every style, from LA POMPADOUR, LE COBBETTE, To LA FRICHETTE, And his razors are of the keenest edge. Give him a trial, and you will be so pleased that you must come aguin. s5ml HENRY B. PULE, S. HOSENTHAL S. H. ROSIIXTHAL. ARMANKO, BECKER BREWING CO. INCORPORATED. -----MANUFACTURERS AND BOTTLEBS OF----- Silver Ribbon Beer, Soda Water, Orange Cider, Sarsaparilla and Iron, Birch Beer, Champagne Cider. A. SPECIA.LTY.; Families supplied with delivered to all parts of the city free of charge: P. O. Box 448. MAX HOEFLE, Manager. ARCADE HOTEL. AL. WHITE, Proprietor. COMMERCIAL ROW RENO, NKVADA. Remodeled and renovated. Fine rooms and all the modern improvements. BA.R- Is supplied with the choicest of wines, liquors and cigars -RATES AECADE RESTAUKANT. C. LEMERY. Losses and Manager. OFE3ST 3STIO-KT. The most elegantly appointed Restaurant in Reuo. Meals served on the American and European plan. Special orders attended to promptly. Oysters in Every Style. jylltr. JUST RECEIVED! -.A. FINE LOT OF- HAIR BRUSHES, BATH SPONGES, ETC. -AT- S. J. STREET Huve a Large and Fresh Stock of Notary Public and Con veyancer Special Solicitor for the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. o Notioufl, Stationery, Toilet Articles, NEAT ILOB, BQOMH ATTACHED t. n ercinl How, no, Hotel Reno, Cppoiite Railroad Depot, Eeno, Nev. DANP, Proprietor T OK Finest and Booms In tb-, CJty. faett Sieira Mountain Company LOUIS KEELHOFCR, Monacer. TBOCKEE, CALIF. THE FINEST MOUNTAIN BEER By tne beg or in quantities to suit JbL the very heart of the com- pany manufacture! purert and healthiest beer on the market. Addren all to SIERBA BREWING CO., Trookee, OaL OROB. Propietors. Dealers In Meats of All Kinds. Finest of Beef, M, Mutton, Veal LAMB IN SEASON! Sausages of all Kinds a Specialty. Virjriuia Street. Beno. Nav. janltf STANDING REWARQ OF WASHOE COUNTY BANK (Succeeding to tho business of the First National Bank of Beno, Nevada.) Capital Paid In, Accounts of Banks, Corporations and Individuals Beceived ou Favorablo Terms. TIME OF DEiPOSIT Issued bearing interest at 4 per cent per annum. We bay' and sell exchange on New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and other points in the United States; also on London, Paris, Berlin, Genoa, Bellinzona Copenhagen, Stockholm, and other "cities in Europe. W. O. H. .President GEO. W. MAPES .Vice President M. E. WARD Second Vice President 0. T. BENDER Cashier G. H. TAYLOP. Assistant Gaunter I WILL PAY TO THE PABTT PKOC0B- ing o conviction, fifty upon the conviction ol each, or upon the convic- tion of any of the criminals who have been breahtn. down m? w Mar IS'JUM a day to telling the Boyal White Metal Plater or taking or- platlnr. Trade aeereta, ._.s_j.t-j Aecod agent per For hn.. Ohio. C. NOYACOVICH, Wholesale and EetaU Dealer In and Fancy Groceries, feptals Green and Dried Fruits, Hardware, Crocitery, Tobacco, Wines, Liquors and Clgan. All the novelttes la Fanoy Oroeeriet. No need to send tor obo. Mid stttoftwaon BuarwitMd.   

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