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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 23, 1876, Reno, Nevada                                VOL. I. _______ RENO EVENING GAZETTE WASHOE COUNTY, WEDNEESDAY. AUGUST 23 NO. 127. I every Evening (Sunday cscepted ALEXANDER HAYDES PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. TIKMS or SUBSCRIPTION: One year 5 Three months............ Delivered by carrier in Reno at '25 cents ue No paper forwarded by mail unless paid fo In advance. ADVIRT1S1SQ RATES.- gje square (ten lineb) first subsequent insertion............... 1 Ou column, one month...........25 Half 4t .1 .i .C Quarter" Business cards per 3 transient advertihcments must u P.01" m advance in United Slatei coin advertisements pajahle at the end o Iho mouth. SAN FRANCISCO AGENT. C. W. 436 Montgomery street, is (ole Agent for the GAZETTE. autborUcd to con- tract and tolled for advertisement-. Adver- tisers are requested to leave orders with Mr. J.HANE, as no other ajjeiits will be In SMI Francisco. How A CMCKET S.IVED A In Soutliey's "History of Brazil" lie tells how Cabez de Vaca was in a great ship, going to South America with 400 men and 30 horses, and after they Ifud crossed the equator the command- er discovered that there were only three casks of water left. He gave orders to make for the nearest land, and for three days they s.iilccl for the coast. A poor sick soldier, who bar left Cadiz with them, brought a grillo or ground cricket with him, thinking it? cheerful voice would amuse him or the long, dreary voyage. But to his great disappointment the little insect was perfectly silent the whole way. The fourth morning after they had changed the ship's course, the cricket, who knew she-was about, set up her shrill est note. The soldiers at once gave notice to the officers in charge of the vessel, and they, soon saw high, jagged rocks just ahead of them, The watch had been careless, and the great ship in a few moments would have been dashed to pieces on the ledge if this puny creature had not scented the land and told them of their danger. Then they cruised along for some days, and the cricket sang for them every night just as jcliet-rfuHy as if she had been in far-off Spain, till they got to their destined port, the island of Gazette. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WASHOE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE. AT a meeting of the Wnahoe County Demo- cratic Cuntral Committee, held at ttie onice ol JudjieThoe E. lluulou.in iicno. Au- gust !l, 1876, the lollowim; Dusinesh was trans- acted RESOLVED, Thatn Democratic C'onuty Con vcntiou tu nominate FANCY, VARIETY FRUIT STORE C. J. BltOOKlNS, Proprietor. Virginia Street....... ........RENO HARDWARE, CROCKERY. 1.......... Senator, 8.Co. Commissioners, 1...............Clerk, 1..........Recorder, 1...District AttuniLV, 1 ...........Sheriff, 1 1.......Treasiuer, l.Pub Administiator, 1... Co. School Justices oftho Peace nnd Constables for the Minims districts, be and the tame is hereby culled to meet at the Court IloUbC, at Keno at 10 o'clock, on the 8th Day of September, 1370, That the serial Election Prc- cmctsaic recommended to hold their primu- nes lur the eleetion ol deh'sjates to the County Coinentiim, on Thuibday, the ath day ol Au- gust, J It was resolved. Hint, at the diBercntpollin" places, uu the day ol tile primarv clectiun. the should uud appoint and Impei-tuw uf ilection. and that lliu pull- ing places, m Ihe most popnloll." places, be keptiipculroni lUo'clock.A. Jl., until T o clock Htsohed. That the test at the primaries be- ill jou supportTihlenandilendricks in the Hcsulved, That the following shall be the apportionment of THE ARE INFORMED THAT BECK CO. HATE OPENED THE lieno Uudsworth me Brown's Verdi......... afelioc......... I'jiaiuid........ Glendale....... _ _ CUairman. S. F. HOOLE, hccrotarj. b-li-td Wnoi.ESALE ASD DETAIL DEALER in Foreign and Domestic FRUITS, NUTS, ETC. A Full Assortment of FINE FRENCH CANDIES. -ALSO- Toys, Fancy Articles, and the Latest Sheet IHusic, STATIONERY ASD BLASK BOOKS. Foreign and Domestic Cig-ars TcTbacco. Ol the beet staple brands. All Kinds of Stencil Plates and Rubber Wheels Done to Order. Silver Plated Door Plates. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Scolloped Edged Lead Glass Lamp Chimneys. Warranted not to bieak from heat. In word, anything nml everything yon want can be louudat C. J. 4-8tr REJiTO "I suppose there are plenty of snw- mills over in your sai'd a Chi cago man to a party from Michigan, the other night. "Wall, I hliucl say there re- plied the Micliigauder. ''Why, sir, Jlicliigan is gettiu so dern full of saw- mills that you can hardly meet a man over there viitli more'n two lingers oa a hand.'1 And sticking up a paw on -which dwelt a lone digit as proof of his as- sertion, he quickly continued: "I've shook hands with urn myself." Tribune. COIWER VIEUINIA SECOND STS. With a Complete Stock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, Etc. BECK CO. John White and Alice Ayar started for a clergyman's house at Scarbor- ough, Englund, to get married. Tliey were very poor and out of work. Qu the way they seotn )o have decided not to strive together for prosperity and happiness, for they committed su- icide by drowning. This is the very season when a man foltows the lovely being whom ho adores to a Summer hotel and sees her eating green corn on the cob with both hands, at the dinner table, and immediately pays his board und goes home and takes a Bulletin.. HOD. S. Slater, ex-Delegate from Idaho, at Lewiston oa the llth. "D OILER 40 inches diameter, 14 feet long. Kngine. 12-horse power. 1 liter and monlguer, for sugar factory riuind. Sliafting. pulleys, twite, pipes. A complete set ofblacssmith tooli. aoo tea lead pipe. 1 and Ji4 inches diameter. pounds sheet lead.diflercnt Hoot s hluwer. No. 2, India robber belts, Sand 10 wide 2-meli planks, 10 und 20 inches wiilc. Square timber, heavy, for mining purposes iron tanks, Silo feet, one foot babcock Tire Extinguisher. All in goodorderandcondition. For partic- JOHN LARCOMBE, Cor. of Second and Sierra Sts., RENO.........NEVADA. nnd retail dealer in Groceries and Provisions, WINES, LIQUORS anclCIGA'RS, Hardware, Queen's Ware, Ac., te. All goods warranted to be of the HIST QBML. ITY. ;ent for the celebrated Harrison ROCK These wajjons are manufactured expressly for the Pacitio Coant, aud aic warranted to ue The Best, in all both us regard.- lln- iBh and and diiinbilhjr. biiiunles ol grades coubtantly on hand. egr.- n- l''ht and 5-Jtf .Oyster V Commercial Itow, next door to International Hotel. JACOBS Jt KEUREB, Proprlotori. Open Day .aud Night. FRESU always on hand and in eveiy style. THE imilcrticned haying bought out the nhoie icfctauralit, ioimerly occupied by icupectlull} toliLitthe ol our Irii ndK and this public in general, to Kuaiautee ENTIR1E SATISFACTION. i37" Private nieala a specialty, and ffotten ap at shut t notice. There arc yaiious places which sell Premium loo Cieam, but we sell the UIIA l.EXlir. kE CllEAM. JACOBS KELIHER. DR. THOMAS, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HAS resumed the practice of his profession, !lH'ls former residence, isoiilheiist corner ol Unfon and Sunili (j sirect. opposite the lu- ictnaiioiml llotcl, Virginia City. Houns rou CoNSOLTinos; Fiom 9 i. 11. to 5 r. a. and from 6 to 8 p. M. DIf. THOMAS graduated at the Royal Col- tec of burgeoiM, England, and the Koval Col- li'jje ofl'hjBlcians, London, and received his diplomas M member of the Hoyol Colln-e of Mirgeimt. inglnnd.uml liciMHiiileonlii; ol I'hvbicittUb, London, in the Mj'ara and 1161. DR. TllOMAS alto passed hit. examination Uat Lieljegs University of Giobcn, (Jcrmauv and received his diploma as Doctor of lied- iciuc With the Highest Honors. These diplomas, together uith testimonials Horn the mst Enruuuau uhysicianF, may be sera in his DK. THOMAS may ue privately andconfi- deulially consulted for the cure uf dim-anus of thcseueiathe urging, nervous debility, mrict- ure ul the iirothu, dreams, liemt, rung and kiduc> afl'ectioiij.tkinaudcoiitaKious cliseatce, veuuicul oroilierHise. DR. THOMAS' treiiLment is eminently sue- cunml.atoncu nrrt-Hiiigniminal lots riml re- storing poncrtotho most broken dmui cou- stnuiiuns, and that ulter otliei-o lulled. The middle-nged and even those ad- vanced in life should nut ileipaii ol a Speedy and Permanent lielief. From their anflerings, hut should without de- laj consult DK. THOMAS, who Mill nivo 0 loiisciintious opinion an lo the eiteut at dis- ease iueaeh puilicularciibc. To THE LADIES: DR. THOMAS merely stales thru he may be conndoniinlly consulted in ail diseases i'uU- dcntul lo leuiales, Professional. C. A. HOYT, Attorney and Counselor at Law, OFFICE-Kmt side of itreet, Reno, R. HILTON CHASE, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC Physician and Surgeon, tide Virginia 81-, C-M BENO, NEVADA. J. S. STURGEON, RENO, NEVADA, carrtnter shop DR. H. C. SHEETS, Mechanical and Snrgical Deatist! ALL WORK Piiuwnuii) IN A SiTisricrair Dr. Thomas consults all patients who may give him u call, every .Saturday, from 4 to 10 o'clock, I'. M., at the Arcade Hotel, Itoum 0, Up Stairs. 8-16tf Offlcc-Ia Will T. Frank's Drug Store. SWtf S. BISHOP, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. ItKNO, NEVADA, PARTICULAR attenlion to, la A Surgery aud Dilates ofWumeii ore ii. DEPOT HOTEL. AT DEPOT, KESTO, JTEV. William K. Chamberlain, r. JI CLASJJAX. B. j. cilpWUI. CROWLEY JIcGLASHAN, Attorneys aufl Coiselors at [at Arid Notaries Public, Front Street, Truckle, Callfornfij. THIS house u situaled boide the Hailrood track.und it is but Irom ilinbulldlu' to the Cars of theU. P. h. ii. on one side au2 tho.se ot the V T. K. li. oil Ike other II. W. BARLOW, Constable and General Collector roit THE Town of Reno. Special attcnlion paid to Police Bumien irom abroad. with Justice ol the Peace. (-1 THOS, E. UAYDON, A. C. NIAL. JACOB PRESCOTT, ulars apply to A. ADAA1, A, lourth St bet. Nevada and lialiton st 8-llm ATTENTION Celebrated Boca Beer, AT EKDUCED KATES, In Quantities to Suit. and retail dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Millinery, Kibbons, Laces, Hosiery, Gloves, Carpets, Oil Cocoa Mattings, Etc., Etc. All Goods Guaranteed and Sold Cheap for Cash. COMMERCIAL ROW, [Next door to Keno Nevada. 6 -fitf SANDERS CO. Building' and .Business, HAS been remof od one door on Vir- gimu Mttect. Furniture and Bedding, Coffins, Caskets, and Under- takers' Goods, Flower Pots, Sf Agents for Champion Bee Hires nnd Honey Boxes. i-ljtf All the Attractions of a First Clan Hotel are Supplied. All the Trains Stop in front of tlio Hotel. The Office of Walls, Fnrgo A Ei- in in this Building, Connected with this Hotel is a class _ KOTARY PUBLIC, and COMMI1- SlONJiJi OF DEEDS FOB CALIFOKNIA W. L. KNOX, Offict -Corner Virginia and Second RESO, NEV. OYSTER SALOON, Where passengers from Ihe caw and oil others W. M. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bono, Wuhop 7-1 tf WM. R. CHAMBERLAIN, __________________Proprietor. 6-ltf J. S, GIBSON, TUE WASHOU COUNTY COM: AJLASS CONVENTION of the IndepeBd- ent voters of W'ushoe county will be beld at the COURT HOUSE, IN RENO, 03 THE 9ra DAY OF SEPTEM- BER, 1876, AT 11 O'CLOCK A. H. TO NOMINATE .4. CABDIDATE FOE STATE SEHATOR, ntM CAHDIDATES FOR ASSEMBIYHES Aid caiilidates lor tie SeTeral coonty Offlces. All persons of Washoe countv who believe that the selection of persons tu till local offices should jbe in idu withuiit reference to National politics-; that canacit.v and fidelity to the Constitution and service to par- be the tests applied to candidates for office, and who are willing to act in accord- ance with these principles, and to unite with their fellon- citizens of i-imilar views, in the of candidates, and to support such candidates a! the election, are invited to take pan tot proceedings ot the Co'nTtn- tlon. By order of the Independent County Cei tml Committee. W. W. L. KNOX, SCC'T. Chairman. Kth, 1676. ORDERS .solicited. tion, address For further informa- BOCA BREWERY, CO., BOCA, CAL. Centennial Barber Shop. npHIS IS TO NOTIFY ALL PERSONS i.St good work, that Nick Hammer- smith has opened a Barber Shon on Vir-inia Street, next door to the Library Rooms. John JJeU of ban Francisco is the attraction. Pat appliance toenaure the CT. HAMMERSMITH. comfort of customers. Crystal Peak Beer. THE public are notified that hating en- larged nnd improved our brewing facili- ties, we are prepared to furnish the Celeliratefl Crystal Peal Boer At the Old Reasonable Rates, And in Quantities to Snit Customers, ItEXO LUMBER CO. CUAEIIS CODHTOI1. JOHK IOTD QOFTITOIS BO YD, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Mouldings, Rustic Siding, Feather Edge Siding, Dressed Dressed Lumber, Door and Window Frame and-Wood Turning. ORDERS FOE COMMON LUMBER PROMPTLY HARNESS LEATHER, At San Francisco Prices, MANNING DUCK'S. 6-SOtf BOCA! BOCA! GRANITE SALOON AND LODGING HOUSE. Commercial liow...............RCDO, Ney.d.. (N9it door to Masonic Building.) Boca and Crystal Peak Beer, SEPT IX ICI. Pine Lunches prepared, of SWIM d oihir delicacies. LuureiKJM, un The nneit brands of LIQUORS AKD CIQAES, Wholesale and Retail. 6-iStf OKOEGK BECKER, TroprLtoi H. B. COISH1TT, ATTORNET AX r LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC Office in the Court liuu.e. W. D. WAGAB, Surgical anil Mechanical Dentist, WOffice with Simpion A Oibnrn COM Kow, Reno, Nirada. Orders Solicited. Special attention given t FANCT STYLES OF DOORS: 3-2Ttf __ Eldorado Saloon AND MUSICAL HEADQUARTERS, Center Street, (opposite TVintermantel's.) havinff been newly All orders left with Geo. Becker or Jo. Lone Reno, will receive prompt attention. r-SOtf HALLER 
                            

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