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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - April 12, 1888, Reno, Nevada DAILY HEV STATE JOUMA1 MOMTPTQ. APRIL 12, isss PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MANNING JAQUES FIFTY-CEiNT COLUMN classes of legitimate advertisements not exceeding sis lines, inserted in this colturm at 50 Cents per week Tor lash. During the neit ten days we well Bell out our entire stock of groceries and provisions. Store opened in Sheldon's building near the new Opera House. WALLACE BEEBE. Mouse for Sale or Bout. A house of 12 rooms, hard finished, good etone cellar, stable, good water, lot MiflO tion, corner of Birth and Kalston streets. Ap- D.1AOSMAS, 3 West street, Beno. REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES, AT A MEETING OP THE BEPJJBIJOAN County Central Committee, held Keno, March M, 1888 it was ordered that a primary lection be held bj the Republican party of Vashoe county on Saturday, April 28, 1888, urpose of electing fif teen delegate .1 to XorlbncBtMni Slnsonlc Aid Assoclo tion. The abstract for the Eeno members of the Northwestern Masonic Aid Association has been received by E E. Hunter, who will establish an office in the store of 0. A. Thursttra. Member please bring notice of assessment wit. them whon mating povmenlto Mr. Hunter. Bending Circle, Anyone wishing to avail themselve. of th use of a large library of interestlne and usefn books for the small sum of one d.llarperan- num and their mouej refunded in booiflit the eipiratlon of the year should apply in person to Bev. T. P. Bradshsw at the parsonage No. 10 West St., or write to I'. 0. box 25, Bono, Nov. April 4-tf ____________ m Sat the delegates be apportioned as follows: Beno, 7 OlenSale, 1 Brown's, 1 Wadsworth, 3- SranWowD and Waaboe. 1; Verdi, 1; Pyra- mid and Salt Marsh, 1. Total 15. The delegates receiving the higheit number of votes cast throughout the county .subject to the apportionment above mentioned, anal! be declared duly elected. It was aleo ordered that an election be held on the same day for the purpose of electing 98 delegates to the Oonuty Convention, to be held at Beno on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1888, At 10 o'clock A It the said delegates to be ap- portioned as follows. Manning Jaques, DEALERS IN STOVES, RANGES, HARDWARE. AND KITCHEN FURNISHING GOODS. Manufacturing Agents for the State of Nevada tof The Leading Bicycles Tricycles. MECHANICS FOR THE RENoTGASJND WATER COMPANIES. Manufacturers of Tin, Iron Ware. Roofers infd'G-eiieral" Jobbers. rrHoTing .eoniing the PJumtar.irom Boston reared to do flrst-clasa work in the plumbing line, using all oE the latest P appliances. All work granted to be (hat-class nnd at prices to euit the REPUBLICAN STATE .CONTENTION. S.1888. OJMCE or JOAH STATE CEXTSAL OL_. VraorNiA CITY, Nov., March 15 At a mooting of the Bepublican State Central Committee of Nevada, held this day, it or- dered that a Washoe..... Wadsworth.., Peavine Bait Marsh... For Sale. An Emerson square grind piano, in good or- der; will sell on installments or good note. Will sell at a bargain W. H. KHOX. Itch 28-lw___________________ For The reeidince on Sierra street, adjoining the Methodist Church. Lot 75lHO, price For particulars ino.mrs ol Judge J. J. Poor, or at the JotjKSiL office.________________ Total., Hendale............ 8 2 __ 'yramid........... 2 Brown's............ Yerdt.............. ................38 CBSle: MOWERS, REAPERS, WAGONS, PLOWS, RAKES, And all kinda'Dl Agricultural Implements in atock and ior aale at Bottorc Pficeg. PARAFPINB PAINT, Kotice to Settle. All persons indebted to the estate of 3. Pollard will p'.ease call on 0. W. Jones and Bet. tie at once, and save coats._________Mch 20 The polls to be iept open from 1 P. M. until 0 P.M. Ordered that the following shall be Judges at the several places waere primaries shall be hold. PEASSTOWN-A Petroly, Geo at Justice's office. WASHOE- Marker, C Haikell, 0 0 Porter, polls at i 'a store. BROWS'S-W F Everett, A M Lamb, E Crane; polls at Everett's blacksmith shop. TVm Bryant, Lev! Thompson, Or- tin Koss; polls at school house. PTBAKID-JOS Odett, Jno Mullen, H Sterritt, polls at "W Jones' hotel P. and B. PATENT IDEAL ROOFING, Estray Notice. Came to my place last November a three-year old horse colt; a dark bay, with black and tail No brands. Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges. Mchll-3w ALEXANDER. house. For Sale. e and lot on south side of nvor, house contains six rooms, bath room, pantry and closets: lot 100x140 upon which there ore Bpple, peach, pear, plum, ana shado trees; entrants, blrckbsrries. laspberrlPS and ornamental .-hrubbery good born, wood house, room and other outhouses, well of pure co'd Mater, good cellar, i.0. Apply to Men 13 tf J.K.EYEBEtT. To Ucuse tor reni Appb at restaurant Far sale, One hundred dairy cows. Four milk wagons, cms and routes. Four milk horses nnd two i.ets harness. Ono hundred and eighty gallons of milk sold daily. For terms inquire of A T. WOE. Xov 20__________________ Wntcuniun. George W Mershon, the regular and fully eoipovrered Nifiht Watchman of Keno, is pre pued to watch business houses and privat residences, etc., and wale putties in the morn Ing. Best of patronage may be seen from tht J ocBSALOfPee 3d. 1882 -N A Merrill; polls at N A Merrill's Bowman, Brid Moore, S H Car- at office in J. i. Everett's old SALT MAflsn-TSrn Halml t, L Adams, 0 Nor- ton, polls at L Adams' hotel. Pixley, Fred Burns, J E Son- chertsux, polls at 0 Lontey's store. WADtvonra -Wm MtPherson, C H Lewis, D T Ehler, polls at Justice's ofncc. Ordered that the County Convention nomi- nate a full set ot county officers, viz: One State Schmto. Three Assembly men, Sheriff, County Clerk, County Treasurer, County Recorder, County Asse-sor, County Survey r, District Attorney, Public Administrator and ex-Ofhcio Coroner, One County Commissioner-long term. One County term Eesolved, That the following shall be the test for persons ottciing to vote at the primary electionfa I am n citizen of ibis State, and will sup. poit the nominees of the Uepublicnn piuty Tho attention of tho Boards is rcspectfullj called to the law, govermug primary elo lions, Biatutes 1383, pages 23 and 2'J inclusive. Oidered that the State and be voted for on one ticket Ordered that these proceedings bo published in the Keno Evening Gazette and the DAU.3 NEVADA STATE JOURSAT.. J. F. ALEXANDER, Chairman W.KOFF, Secretary. Durable, Economical and Convenient, _____MANUFACTURED BY-------- PARAFINNE PAINT, COMPANY, SOLE OYfiSEBS, PATENTEES AND MANUFAcIUBEES, OF PAINTS AND COMPOUNDS. Main Office. 310 California St., Send for Circular._______ SAN FRANCISCO, OAL. TEE BANK OF NEVADA. Republican State Convention -----BE HKLD AT----- WINNEMUCCA, Tuesday, May- 15, 1888, At 1 o'clock P. M. for purpose of electing SIX; DELEGATES SIX ALTERNATES To represent the Republican Fitly of Nevada In the National Eepublican GonventioB ------TO EX BILE AT------ CHICAGO, ILL, JUNE 19, 1888 And for the purpose of nominating Three Presidential Electors One Member of Congress, One Judge of Supreme Cour Three Members of the Board o Regents State University. (Two fot a 4 yean' term; one f6r 3 years' term THK APPOISTHEST OT A STATE CENTRAL COMMUTE And the transaction of such other business. u may properly come before the Convention, th apportionment of the number of Delegates from each county to said Convention being follow DR. H. BERGSTEIN, TJHTISICIAS, BUHOEON and AOCOCCBEDB and 2 Sundolind'a Virginia Street, Reno. Chestnut and Second Pownlng'a Addition.___________________ DR. M. A. GREENLAW, DENTIST. ROOMS over TuKllVi Shoe Store, in Pour- nlng'i New Brick, east tide of Virginia trcet All work skillfully performed ana Bat- guaranteed. titrous Oxide Saa the pain- less extraction of teeth. Office hours from 9 i. H. until 6r.it. Churchill county... Douglas county.... Elko county....... Esmeraldn county Eureka conaty. Humboldt county. Lander county Lincoln county. M. J. ARCHITECT AND BENO, KEY ADA. Plans Furnished and Estimates Giyen Residence and place of Cornet of first and Stevenson streets. ___________ A. JOiES. EOBT.M.CLABKlt. CLARKE JONES, A TOBNEYS AT-LAW, Kciio Otlke, Virginia St., In Powning'a New Brick Building.____________ H. L. FISH, rOTABY PUBLIC AND COSVBTAKOEB Deedi ana other paptra drawn and edgemenU Uken at teatonablo rat DITCH, WITH WATEH EIGHT on south bank of the Truofeee river, in Haydoa fc Shoomak r's Addition to Keno. Will ba eold at public auction on Saturday, April At 2 o'clock P. M in front of the Court HOHM, Itcno, Nevada, known the Frawr Foundry Ditch. Thit HOUM Ii eltUBted track, and It la bnt step from the building- to the car. ol th. O.P.B.B.on side, of the V, fc T. K. S.. on the other. PIANOS ANDJRBANS. EOS SALB ON IKSTALLMEKTS. unaeniBneft ii agent for celebrated Knabo, OhlcVoring, Toste fc SOTJ. Hat- v and Sleek, besides several other t "rera of note Tne are those of Ihe 01 loaf o Wttage Sin th OrBan Co-.e! Boston. I prices to suit cuaiomeis. be kfpt in original for InmwUdi Mch JJ-lm
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