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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 26, 1876, Reno, Nevada IB3IMMOO VOL. I. RENO, WASHOE COTJNTY, RENO EVENING GAZETTE. rrtlHted every Evening (Sunday excepted.) PUBLISHERS AND PBOPKIETOBS. Wiimeimicca Items. From the Humboldt Register of the 2oth we clip the following: The grain crop throughout our county locks very fine indeed, and if no mishap befalla it, there will be a larger gf wheat made thaiv previous ryeiS in> the -Ci IB Kcno'atttceniB per paper forwarded by mail unless paid for fol advance. i- square (ten insertion., SlchlubMqffint Oae column, oue JJj Bair no laziness cards per month................ 3 cei-Ul transient advertisements-must .be Jfftor in United State, com. toathly advertisements payable at the cad of lae Bonth. W CRVSE 4J6 Montgomery street, is sole for" the (HwrsyMthqitzsd-pMwon- trSiOThtrailect rofSiveTOsemrotP. wtffi Jlr. M n5 other agents will be recognized ia San Francisco. t AKOTHEK CUTTING On Sunday lust James J. Billings, of La- rnoille Valley.was stabbed by William coi j cumstunce's: There' has been u long standing difficulty between tho par- ties, and naturally considerable bad feeling. 'At the" time mentioned, Messrs. Billings, Judcl -find Jolm Walker were in the sii- loon on the HnUeck-foid, near "tlie Week' Combs, accompanied by Ben Morton, caine-in, and some dmiks. y s othert'tftpinnim in a glass, winch they did, after which McCombs nsked "outside1 something to siiy-WrmirV 'The1 walked out of the house and sat down MorEofVtirfa mincer in a con- versation in the rear of the house, and Mr. Dakiif (ttttusejl at; taire." lew ''minutes 'MeCotnbs nnd Billings jumped -to their feet, the forrnqr-applying opprobrious language to the latterv wtin in turn struck Mc- Combs. McComba thea stabbed Bill- jwith 'Walker'and" Dakin took the wounded man to the honse, where an examina- tion cut in' the breast, another in the abdomen, the latter being tho more dangerous of the two. The two. gentlemen last mentioned dressed the wounds, and the injured man condition as possible. Although se- riously hurt, Mr. Billings is not con- sidered to be in 'Qange'foMr circum- gtanccs, as neither of the cuts are thought to be Indepmd- eni. p- A DESERTER "Winnemueca Silver State of Monday relates the Last week we mentioned the deser- tion of five soldiers from Camp Henry, Oregon, founigfjyuftni were The fiftfrescTvptth-iniKr "coVcrtf nigh't by wading through a slough into which an officer followed him up to his arm one of a number of'TecY'liiTs 'the unaccustomed to frontier life, found his way to the railroad, and fol- lowed Horace go- ing west. Unable to' obtain" employ- ment at Virginia City, aud becoming disgusted with a country where he had to beg the: necessaries of life, he con.qludett.-rrto "beat" his ft'SybacVorTihe cars for the purpose of He arrived here Saturday yesterday delivered Kpep The is now in jail awaiting orders of _his Officers. He says ho .prefers soldiers' life to tramping through the State irt search of if! permit- ted will devote the balance of his life to the for harvesting the last of this month S. J. Chambers arrived from Jersey City yesterday. He tells us that everything is working charmingly and ilicfsifuaffoh. "The company-shipped hist Monday to Battle Mountain 000 pounds of bullion. Albert Miller, a young inan aged about twenty years, died yesterday morning in the County. Jail from the eitects of a gathering in his head. He was serving out a .sentence of sixty days for being implicated in the rob- bery of Eberly's bakery some time since. He was buried yesterday ternoon by. his fellow prisoners. was denly sick on the Summit niglit be- fore and the of the train this'place yesterday morning it was deemed advisable to have her I'Swajia over Jiere for medical assist- ance. She is at tho Central Hotel uuder_the care. is doing'-hsr weft as caA be C. S. Phippany of Paradise Valley arived; Ah -town' ye3terdh'y'afternoon wooli J .1 r 'Is' marriagOj rate.jlias been low dunng'tlie last quarter in Epglisli ag- ricultural counties; birtlis througli, pleatifal; Uj'J itMmsUids thttDJWbhenxi; wfieaV ilnd coal have been low, potatoes and meat highj pauperismjias ,.-t. 1 i. Centennial travelling cloaks for Iat3sts e> r, They rare or proof. The shapes are loose Ulsters, elsecae ..caks, or circulars with ..cjpaks, FKOM THE EAST GUNS, PISTOLS; and RIFLES, All of the latest ;j L1..' After AT TEE CESTESSIAL. the public official 'ceTemonies were over Jhfrewas general stam- pede. the pro- gramme the eating, and that pa-rt'drth'S'pr'ogAtmme was fol- lowed out: withiSUTprijii trg animfmitT of purpose. By 2 oclock the Ameri- can 3j5tHJ pounds of whole sheep and woitder there was no butter jeft for _me, or that the waiters were running abjjut like hens with I hear that a gentleman -from Boston chicken salad alone, for six .potrple, but finally compromised with the waiter for cinnati the top of her'Tofce. "My country, 'tis -AT- D. Store, Plaza street, 2cl door from Sierra, HAVINGapractic.il gunsmith with us TO are prepared to repair nil kinds of fire- arms in -a satisfactory macueriuid able rates. Q yj j V; HARDWARE, STOVES ASK TINWARE. Copper, anil Sheetjlron O ANU GAS Firrrxo. inds of mechanical work connected with the above business done to order with proniptnes! anil dispatch. A share of public patronage solicited. LOUIS MARKS, i 'i-JfOrtmaiijaml Salesman. Orders for the new patent GAS MACHINES received here. '.ifiiff 3-27tf House, Sign and "Carriage SIGK a .A LATCOCK 1ALOSB, tad Eenp, Nar. r DBESSMAKIKG. Mrs. Lake and Miss M4tcbeUn have jnst arrived from the Eastern i States, have taken roonu.on tht ner of .wish to Inform the ladies of KenO" and vicin- they ue in all branches. ain wiring tone nd ret; PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY. THE ARE THAT BECK CO. OPIU1D THB COItKIK TIRGIXIA A IECOKD STI. With a Stock ot GROCERIES, rno VISIONS, HARDWABK, Eta BECK CO. 4-M FANCY VARIETY STOKE. Virginia C. J; BKOOKINSi Proprietor. W" HOLESALE AND EETAIL DIALIR in Foreign aud Domestic FRUITS, NUTS, -ETC.; _'. A Full Assortment of TINE FRENCH CANDIIS. Toys, Fancy Articles, and Music. BLAUK BOOKS. Foreign and Domestic Cigrard
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