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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - August 24, 1879, Reno, Nevada DAILY NEVADA STATE JOTMAL. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY. NEVADA. SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 24, 1879. NO. C. C. POWNINC. PUBMMUHB AND PIlOJ'HWTOlt. TIIUM or icuiOHimox i Oue mall) MJ Hi montbtf Throo tuonllm IMIvoml by oarrlor in Horn, at forwwded by roll unite. paid lor In (tou JOO mitawauimt innorlo J Ono oolunn, ono mouth Half won month" 8 W .ilonuaTOrtliiuwntfc. inlet be Mn lulvimoo, lu Onltod Slalon coin. Monltal) pnyitolo at tbo end of the montli THR DAILY JOURNAL lino of CJoiitritl PiiollU Unllrond, omit ol Sacramento, wil hiwlng circulation throughout the gtuto vuinftbloiwan advoitUlng nimllmn DMMT AND WHBKfcY JOVBNAL iv eomblnod. olrauliiUau larger thin that ol Interior Journal of Noviidiv, onofptlng thoit on the OoBMtook BANK OF D, A. BENDER CO, Bow, Beno, Nevada, GENERAL BANKING -----AHD----- EXCHANGE BUSINESS. BUY AND 8U.VBB COIN, OUBUWNCY, BOMBS- TIC AND FOHK1QN HXOHANGH, Mining Ntookt, Eto. Paid to ColUo- Uoni mid lUturni Hade on Day o> Payment. V. B. TIMH TABLB. ho mirt ilopurtiiru ot inlni to from ami M fol. Reno 7 IB A. M I roiiohoH VirnlulH >t 10.10 H. No J, locnl uMwengor, Ileno A roaohoB Vlrglnli 1 JO if. No 0, local pawtoigo'. 1 CO1IBK8PONDBNTJ. i National Qolil Bank olD. O, Mllli ttank ol California Franojuji Latham h King, Vnuulnp Vmorloan Bxohango National Bank, New York Uuik of Montnial.............Montwal, Canaan We draw direct ou ,11 cltlcnoi fur Imperial, Northern, Bar- 1 Oommvrtilitl Dnlun, Union Vlnnwn'i yuml Combine, und AueU, OVVIOH IIOTJH8, 0 M. to t P. M. FARMERS' COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, i' JOHN WHOUUill AMP BBTAIL DEAUBBS IX HARDWARE, TINWARE, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, TOBACCO, ETC. Goran- Virginia and tawnd tttyarti, RMLO, Nmda. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. n Na V, lltfhtuliiK IwvcB Virginia it I) v. M MII! unlvcs In Bono 8 US M. No 4, loo.l lonvun W A, II uud roftohon Ilcuo MilB w NO. 0, looal pinsonnor, Virginia at 8 JO T u and arrivol at Itouo at 7 'JO v. M train do not itop In Ournou but a few uluntti, bcloti through tralm, RENO MARKET. 0 N Bow. OONHTANTLV ON HAND lli.HVt MUTTON, nENO SAVINGS BANK, CAPITX, J, 0. HABUXIM, Juat Bonoouxa HAflERMAN A SCHOOLING SneceMon to Jf, C. Hagormnn, VM7HOLE8AUE AND BUT AIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES. HABDWABB, CBOCKKKY, WINES, LUIUOHS, TOBACCO, of OIGABN trot en for HAY, POTATOES other, nuuh product) by the carload or imiller quan., HUM, promptly filled at Lowsst Market Rntss. Hannle Bnlldlnff, Cor. Comm.rtl How and Bletra Street, BBNO...........................NBVADA. JOHN BOWMAN, ATTOBNBY.AT-I.AW RENO, NEVADA. DUtrlct Attorney, Waehoo NOT. at the Court llonin. Beel bought end Hold. made OB Ol lion. All biialneM promptly attended WILLIAM CAIN, A TTOBNBY-AT-LAH BESO. NEVADA, OFFICE-Up Stain la Odd BulUt.g. T. V. JutMX. H- WALDO JULIEN, 11KNO, NEVADA. OrtlOt IN llOILUUtU HOTELS. DEPOT HOTEL WILLIAM II, OBAMBBBLAIN, BOPBI1TOB. J. L. McFARLIN, OP Vioi PIIIUIBUIT M.O. LAKI, JONE8, QUARTZ, FREIGHT AND FARM WAGONS. ALL KINDS OF OAIiniAOXS, SPKIHG agoiM, Buck Board, and Suiklet 'made aU repaired, BABD WOOD AND 1BON AXL.EB VOB 8ALB. Direct on i I S JONKS, K. 0. LAKE, Q. W. HtlWAKKl L, It. OnOCRBTT, JAB H, KINKEAD. TBIS benie Ii titrated, beiMe track, and Itlibot a the build. Inf to theOui ol tbe 0. P, B. on one and UUM ot the T, a T. B. B, on the other. ALL TH1 ATTRACTIONS 01A HBBT.CLABS HOTEL ABB BTIPPLIXD Doon. Damaged by the Lau mrli-'f WEBSTER BANKIN, ATTOBNBYS-AT-I.A niiNO, NUVADA, OBce on Hccond itrcet, two door, below tlie I. Building. D. H. BARKER, 0. E. COUNTY 8UBVBYOR and V. SUMMER OPENING Office at tbo Court BOUM, lieuo, Ker, D B. Marry, 0 B and U 8. Dqwlr Surveyor, Ik duiy eultalui to attoud to all but- DCH of my olBcv B y and AND BXOBAKO1 Himxo STOCK, U. S MAKE COIAEOT10HS, BBOBlTBJWfPOWTB, TBE PllIMOIPAI, KV110- PEAS CITIES, And tranwwi a general BANKING BUS STOP I. front Bolol. Oonneotti with thii Hotel U awt-elue )U ti N Oil BOOM i 101 of Bartford, B0m. Tforfc, CaUfwnla and Tl.lt! ard and Tuition la all the Studio, Required Graduating jaOO a Year, MTBOOIB AND WABHINO AT OOBT.tai Muilo, German, TranoH and ing art Extra StndiM. Tin next torm bcglm, 79 For admlnlou or fuller Information, Addnta BISHOP WUITAKEB, Virginia City, Her, PROVISIONS1 WE8TERN_ HOTEL, tJOXJaB AND NIOBT AKD LODQINa BIT OB WEB FURNITUREIJURNITURE1 THAN BVKB. FINE AWJPINK OUAMBEB BETS. of Tabl. Market TOE BEST Wines, Liquors and Cigar- luuild lit tbe bar. I, D. t.. near Sierra. BISHOP WHITAKER'S olxool for O-irlai MBVAJWJ1.I AT NA1 ilde of Virginia CM., Heae, lly Stock of MKADY.MADE OLOTHINO, FRED HUTOHIN8, M. D. Virginia St BKNO, NBVADA. OFFICE llOCHB-lOtoUi. K., t to 4 T. and 0 to K r u. Bpeolil attention paid to dlxaeee ol WODM and Bnrgtry, U.U. B. Blaming Burgeon for PeuloM, W. BERGMAN, AND Beno, Wailim Co., Nev. OFFIOE-Becoud itreot, ant dow to Jemxtl. Bllldlug. Tint, Hsndksrertlsfs n Y in n Hosiery, Etc, ito., ----IB THE---- tABORST AND OBBAl-BST IN TBE 01TV. omoe r. H. 10 A. 1 fT B. BBPTJTV HIMEBAt BCBVBTO For Hrrada. A. DAWSON, M. D-, AND HUHOBOK Oommerclal llow. MINERAL MADB MININQ PATBNTn a BTAINBu In any portion ol the State at tbe moit Reanonable Prompt attention given to all kind, ol Surveying and Civil Engineering in joraxAi. rnoinxo NEW DEPARTURE! A FTXR AtJGDiT lit, A. W1NCUBL H CUNINOBAH, ISAUM IS Groceries, Fruit nrjd Produce MUA----- OHLIY FOB CASH! WE ARE CONVINOKD THAT IT I, to Iho advantage of bo b Meirbant and Oonmmor to bny and noil only for and we conduct our bnnlnci. Qua Wflatitor good, we iball all who do n iradltbiulBiw. W1NC11EL ti OCNINQI1AU, OHAB. W. JONES, >KALBiTATB AOKNT AND COU.WCTOB FOB THE TOWN OF BENO. DRS. SHEETS WAGER, ECHANIOAL '.Boome In OdJ FeJUwa' Building. Agent, lor the Full ,took ot OOWWB OABKET8 AND tJKDEllTAKBBB qoODH. NBAfcB, ARCADE HOTEL, D.HeFarland, Proprietor. THE PALACE CIOAR STORE N. NATHAN, AND BETAII- DEAIJIB II Open Bar Nlgkt. and Meat. TOBAOOO. PIPKH, BTC., BTO. Adjoining M. Nathan1, Clothing Store, NEW ARCADE RESTAURANT AND OY.TER HOUSE, BALOON AND BIIXIABD BOOM RENOEXCHANQI P. MB8. MABV A. JOKES. MOOT, OEivrxit. 0. HiUJW. NEVADA MARKET, BALliBB. noriiEioiu, Vlrauil. Street, two door, bnlow Sunderland'i Boot and Bboe Bbop, The market will at all tlmoa with tbo very quality of BRBF, MUTTON, POBK, VBAU HAVHAGB, BTO., Tobefounainthefltale. jhlp volnta on tho railroad, and til order, filled. Pilcet to ,ult tbe ipl.tt meal, and room, In propottlo. BBBMAN BBNO, nmv. Day and Night. OVJTBE TOWD I. W._LEE STABLIS AND STOCK IT AIM lew HAMMOND WILSON. I.VHRY AND SALB STABIA. We are once more In HEW STABUB. Oppodle the Depot Ar4 are ready to carry on our bMlneM Tbe I and Burprlw WofcavMtw Beet of In On Uae. BAUMOKO a WIUW ASSESSMENT NOTICE, place of hTboreby gl'en, at a meeting of Uii anratandwtlKlaclorT mumor Frloudl of either HUX a, utual, JNO, S-QILSON, en WAI. INBUBANCB AOT. JJ.U. VlrglnU I.T.BENHAM, ND SUILDIR. Contract, Taken JAMISON SON, BliLUI )OOKS, nTATIONBBY PAFBM, dQABI, TOBACCO, TAMK' SOTIOKI-.aO Oonunwel.l Bow, Bens, XeT, MUCK AMD UUB rn.rtetr.tM DISSOLUTION, S. BISHOP, M. D. a-BYSlClAN AND 1IBNO, IMtVADA. lO I LWSPAPLR .EWSPAPKJRI
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