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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1882, Reno, Nevada VOL. XII. SENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Pneumonia is very picvaleut in Tombstone, Arizona- Fifty-nine peiaons are winteimg in the Yosemite valley this season. The United States signal station Ijas been removed horn Mount Grant. Tile Good Templar's Lodge at Inde- pendence, now numbers over 100 members. The railroad from Casa Grande via Florence to Final and Silver King. A. T, will be constructed this year. The faculty of the State University have decided noHo permit students to caujjpn more thaa three studies at one time without a special permit. James H. Allen, a miner, last week froze to death on the road between Bullion and Ilailey, Wood River within 100 yards of a warm cabin. Within a stretch of country em- bracing ten miles from San Luis Eay, San Diego county, over one thousand head of sheep were lost during the re- cent storm. J. J. Dare, a tight-rope performer, was exhibiting in Holhster Monday His rope gave way and he fell over thirty feet, receiving injuues which are thought fatal. William W. Barnes, formerly pub- lisher of the Mammoth City Heialtt Monday, at Bodie, shot L. E. Tubbs, ft-lawyer of Benton, in the left leg. The wouad is not dangorous. At Wilcox, A. T., Monday, Deputy United States Marshal A. F. Buike ar- rested Francisco Torres, a notorious horse thief, for stealing mules from the Government at Fort Grant. TRUTH ATTESTED. Somo Important 'srutoments of Well- Known People Wholly Verified In order that thejublicmayfull.v realize the genuineness or the statements, ae well as the poweraud value of the article of which they spenlc, we publish herewith the fiac-slmili signatures of parties whose sincerity Is be- ynod question The truth of these testimo- nials is absolute, nor cau the facts they an- nounce be ignored _, III July H H Warner Co Rochester, N. Y. Sour remedy, the Safe Kid- -ncy and Livor Core has been used by both my wife and myself. She used It on jtoneraj -u w litCl iUgUii medicine lor'a long-standing liWr jrouuiBLWhich has been the source of much inconvenience, and which failed to yield to He doctor's remedies, or any other, until e need jour bale Kidney and Liver Cure Wi boUmnlce in proiiouiiclngit to be the beat mocicne eiertised and in recommending I] "o others as u sale remedy, THE CENTURY MAGAZINE, (SOBIBNER'S FOR THE COMING YEAR. With the Novembernumber began the new series under the titl. of Tni AZCHI, which will be in fact, a BOW, enlarged and Improved BCEIBKKB. Tie page is some- what longer and wider, admitting pictures of increa'ine tiie Mayor oi Mollne CHICAUO, May H H. Wmner Co Rochester, N. Y. Air tains For sevcial sears 1 have been a Biiflerer, and until your bate Kidney and Liver Cure was suggesieai nave not known what it is to be free from pain My family physician attributed all my suffering to a dis- eased condition of my kidneys, auu after he had lailed to give mt relief, i tried your rcm2 aid a to-day. FOURTEEN ADDITIONAL PAGES: The following is a summary of thn leading features of the new series for the year- New Burnett author That Lam If Lowrfe's" etc en- titled Thiough One 'a story of Washington life. Studies of the Louisiana Cre- oles by Geo. W Cable, author ol The aeries of illnitratod papers on tlie traditions and romance of Creole life in Louisiana. A Novel by W- D. HowellB (author of A Chance Acquaintance etc dealing with characteristics of American life. THE SUN. 1882. NEW YORK. 1882. At San Diego, Monday a little girl, aged ten years, named iies McCormick, was accidentally shot in the head by a playmate named Walter Renme, son of the County Recorder. Mormomsm is advancing into Ari- zona. Some of its most valuable land Has beeu taken up by them and largo herds of npoa ths .vat- Ipys of the Gcaud Colorado and in the vicinity of the San Francisco Moun- tains. Considerable prospecting is done in the ucinity of San Andreas" Caliiveras- county. Ditches are repaired and dams thrown aorost small gulches. Most of the work is being done in the hope of finding pockets.- Experts in pocket hunting nay that there are rich tiock- ek within a mile of town. The completed line of the N. P." E. R., in Washington Territory, runs through Whitman for a distance of about WO miles, from Ainsworth on Snake Biver, to a point in township 20 north, range 38 east, where it leaves tha country and outers Spokane. Leaving Ainsworth the road is laid many miles m an old bauanca, and the land on either side is sandy, pro- ducing nothing but sagebrush. It is thought that much of this land may in the future be reclaimed by tion. n Thousands at equally strong endorsements of them in cases where hope was abandoned have been voluntarily given, showlne the remaikahle pmvsr of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, in all discuses of the kidneys hveror uuuary organs II one who reads this has any physical trouble lemember the greatdanger of dtlay dec9 Mrs Lucy M.Mitchell, to contain the finest series of enjravlngs yet published of the mas- terpieces of sculpture There will also be papers on LITIHO ENOLISU and on the YOUNQBR SCULPTORS or AVKBICA. fi'lly illustrated The Opera In New York, by Rich- ard Orant'White A popular an'd ralusble be Illustrated with wonderful com- pletenesa andbeauly. America, will be treated in a way to est both householder and housewife; with many practical as well as beautliul illustra- tions from recent designs. Representative Men and Wo- men, of the 18th Century. Bio-' graphical sketches, accompanied by portraits, of George Eliot, Kobert Brownmz, Key Frederick W Robertson (by the late Dean Matthew Arnold. ChlstlanaKoss ettl, and Cardinal Newman, and of theyoun- American authors Wm, Howells, Hen- ry James, Jr., and George W. Cable. Scenes of Thackeray's Haw- thorne's and George Eliot's Novels, succeeding the Illustrated series on the scenes of Dickens' novels, The Reform of the Civil Service. Anangements hare been made for a series 01 able papers on this pressing political ques- tion INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPHrOF THEHGE. SYMPTOMS'OF A TORPID LIVER. OO8UVO, eflend.witha dull sanmtinn ff? yt-aia under the r Emerson, Lowell and others, br E. C.Sted- man. Stories, Sketches and Essays may be expeote'd from Charles Dudley Warner, W D. Howelli. Mark Bdward Bggles- ton, Henry James, Jr John Mnir, Miss Bor- JjO'iCnniminii, D.H Geo. W. Chandler Harris, A C Kedwood, P. D. Mil- lot, Soah Brooks, Frank H, Stockton, Con- stance f, Woolson, H. H. Boyest-n, Albert Stlckaey, Washington Gladden, John Bur roughs, Parke Godwin, Tomaso Blavini, Hen- y Klnf, Ernest Ingersoll, E. L Godkin, E Wasnburne, and many other.) two papers on the adventures of the Tile Club, and an original Life of Bewick, the rpHE SUM for 1882 will make ita fifteenth A aunual revolution under the present management, shining, as alwavs, for all, biz and little, mean and gracious, contented and unhappy. Republican and Democratic, de- frayed andyirtnons, intelligent and obtuse. THE Bus's ligu( for and woman- kind of every sort; but its genial warmth is for the good, While-It pours hot discomfort on the blistering backs of the persistently Kicked SFK '868 -was a newspaper of a new kind It discarded many of the forms, aud a multitude ol the superfluous woros and phrases af ancient journalism. It undertook to report in a fresh, succinct, unconventional way, all tbenews of the world, omittioffno event of human interest, and commentlnz upon affiiirs with the fearlessness of absolute independence. The success ol this erperi- mentwas the e access of THE SDH. It effected a permanent change in the style of American newspapers Bverv important newspaper es- tablished in this country In the dozea years has been modelled after Tan Srw. Kvery important journal already existing has been modified and betUrfd by the farce of TOT Sen's example TDK bra of 1882 will bethesame outspoken, trntn-tellini; and interesting mewspsper. By a liberal use of the means which an abundant prosperity affords, we shall make it better than ever before We ihall print all the news, putting it Into readable shape, aud measuring its impor- tance, not by the traditional yardstick, but by interest to the people. Distance from Printing House Square is not the first consid- eration with Tire Sow. Whenever anything happens worth reporting we get the particn jars, whether it happens in Brooklyn or Bok- Inpohf cswe have decided opinions; and are accustomed to express them in language ii ,CB1 1ja understood. We say what we think about aud evento. That habit Is tneonly secret of THB SDK'S political conrss. THE WEEKLY Sra nathen into eight pages the best matter of the seven dully issues An Agricultural Department of merit, fal! market reports, and a liberal proportion of literaiy. scientific and domestic Intelli- gence complete the WIIKLT SOH, and make It the beat newspaper for the larmer's house- hold that was ever printed. Who does not knowandread and like lias SDHDAT bus, each number of which is a Ooiconda of interesting literature, with the best poet-y of theday, prose every line worth rending, newt, enough to fill a good-sired .boob, and infinitely more varied TleCMlte'sIapziieofAierica, "ST. NICHOLAS." THIS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE for folk" tus now attained a clrcu. lation larger, probably, than that of any otter monthly mietzine o! its class. It has called a marrel of perfection, both as re- Sfty its literary and artistic merit." It was the first to glre to and elrls rery illustrations that could be had, and has earnedtbe name of "THE CHILDREN'S ART MACAZIHE." The greatest Urine writers of Europe and America are among DISTINGUISHED Ohas Dudley Warner, Henry W. I onzf ellow John O Whittier H. H BojeEerT. SaieHolm, Pret Harte, Gall Hamilton, Thomas Hughes, LomsaM.Akott, Dona'd G JHItchell, Hsr'tPrescottBpoffbrd Ulizabeth StuartHielps Georp MacDonaid, Washington Gladden, The Goodale Sisters, Alfred Tennyson John Hay, Clarence Cook, Bosslter John.on, Prof R A. Proctor, Edward Bggleston, Susan Coolidgv Kessetti. Mrs.A.T D Whitney, Pro'i Hodgson Burnett Cells Thaxter Marion llarland, T.W Higeinson, And hundreds of others. WHAT ENGLAND SAYS OF IT. LONDOS DAILY Ntws We wish we could point out its equal in our own peilodlcal liter- ature. GRAND Fall and Winter Opening -AT- an will be considerably The price of Tne OBSTDKT MAOizimt will remain at per year BCfcvmK, WHIP a QIB1H1 clmaiipii to exertion of body or mino1. .irritability of temper, Iipw spirits. Lota of memory, wun afaeiiag of fiavmgriBE eyes, IJBBO at night, highly colored Urine. IF THESE WABHIHBfl ARE UHHEEDED SERIOUS DISEASES WIUSOON BE DEVELOPED TUTT'SPULS are especially adapted to cusei.olie dose effcctj, sucha change are i.olie dose ecctj, sucha cha feeling as to astonish the sufferer. and cause the thus is i duced Price g cen KiirnTr St ate pro- t., Y. T. press dispatches, and is thus placed many hours ahead of anyi other paperf It has af ways been the policy of to a-first class local paper, with full accounts of everything Hint occurs TJ.V jno' county, or the State of Nevada. The resources of the country are, carefally studied and written up by able cor- mST bis done oa r papers combincd ln THE WEEKLY GAZETTE the reading matter of the Daily, advertisements Itisar JUJT'S HAIR'DYE. OKAY HAIR or WHISKKIIS changed to a Gwssr BLACK by a single application of this Diratt color, act. InstanUneousl" bold by Drnggiati, or taut bjt on receipt of (1. Office, 35 Murray St., New York. CDr. TCTTS IAIW1I, Vilnbk DHfttl rill to mlM riUI: s eore cd from a life-sired draing y yatt aton ill possess a new interest to readers of this agazine It is ftfforred at Iretail, i gother with THK CiNTURYMAiAzmi for 60 SnbscriptlonBaretaken by the publishers; and by book-sellers -and news-dealers eierywhere THE CENTURY 00. Union Square, New 'V ork. CAMJFORNIA FRUIT AND PRODUCE HOUSE GREEN FBUIT, DRIiUJ FHUIT, HONBT, n nney more varie and entertaining than any book, big or little' If our idea of what a newspaper should be pleases you, send for Tins SON. Our termo are as follows' For the dailj SON, a four page sheet of twenty eight columns, the price liy mall, postpaid, is 55 cents a month, or SO a ayeai, or, including the Sunday paper, an sheet oi fifty six columns, the price is 05 cents per month, or f 1 70 a year, postage paid The Sunday edition of Tin Sen Is also inrtnshed separately at SO a year, postage The price of the WEEKLY Sos, eight pages, flfty-sii. cslumnsVis i year, postage paid eeadln'! we wul an AdSress I BN BLAND no28-lm Publisher of Taz Bun, K Y. City. U the children a Magazines.11 LrrsKABY WOHLB There is no magazine for the young that can be said to eq.ua! etc. FEATDRES- COMING The ninth TOlume, which begin! with the November, 1881, number, will contain a new Serial Story, by Mrs Mary Mapes Dodge. J.NATHAJTST' West Side Virginia St., Reno or BEADY-MADE CLOTHING Hats. caps, Shirts Underw Handkerchiefs, f Ties. Hoslerv, Etc.' Etc, -----IS THE----- LARGEST AND IN THE CITY. ___________M. NATHAN D. ALLEJT, ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW. H. B. COSMTT, ATTOBNEY-AT-LATr. F. R. WAGGONER, M. D.. parsiCUN AND SUBOJEOJT. DR. SPINNEY NO. I I KEARNEY STREET, San Francisco, Cai. Treat all Chronic and Special po.pmnettcrsa, It has Increased in an extraor- dinary manner in the last mx months and fv Its and late ftew8 make its SnPh hem8e've8 of our club rates, the Wracur costs only iSln'rhl 18 given Wlth tha BDi- letin. Chronicle, Examiner or Record Union, JnS Itfty dollars, with Harper's publ cations and the Argonaut for four dollars and fifty with other papers m pro portion. Send lor sample copies. __ g. L PULTON. Proprietor WOOD AND CHARCOAL THE IM ANY QUANTITY, DEUYEBEDJNliTHE CARS. SISSONi WALLACE CO., 1'JBUCK.Ei: CAT. _ aMtf PUNCH TO TOP OFF A DINNER, -For a dinner SYHUPS. VEGETABLES, SVC. SEND SOUK ORDERS TO M.T. Brewer WHOLESALE.'MERCBANTS.C; Sacramento............. ....California rtn30 CHAS. KNUST, BnocflBBor to KNUSTI JOHES WHO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM the effects of youthful follies or Indlsi do well to avail themselves or ihis, the greatest boon ever laid at the alte- of sufferine humanity. DR. BPINKEY-wfll forfeit for every case of seminal weakness or private disease of any kind or character which ho nnderukes and falls to cure.] MIDDLE-AGED KKtf. There are many at the age of thirty and V WJO are troubled with too frequent evacu- ations of the bladder, often accompanied bya slight smarting or bnraing sensation and a weakening of the system in a manner the pa- tient cannot account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and some small particles of tOn- mfn will appear, or the color will be of a thir milklsh hue, again changing to a dark and appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ienorant of the cause, which (s the second stage of seminal weak- ness. Dr. S.will guarantee a perfect euro in euch cases, ami a healthy restoration o! Editor of Br NICHOLAS, author of Hans Brinker, or the Silver etc. A (econd serial story, full of lively incident, ''The Moosler School Boy." by Edward Egglesfortj Anthor of the Booster a ilngie article of nniveisal Interest How Children Should Leatn by Richard Wagner, The eminent composer. Two other serials, one dealing with campaign life in the late war and theotherwith andboyllfein the 13th century. Hays for Home and School, Em- broidery for Girls, Amateur Newspapers, Illus- trated Practical and Descriptive Papers, Articles on Hpurts, and The Treasure boi at Literature will be among the features oi An immense edition will be printed of THE CHRISTMAS NUMBER, WWch, will be ready about December 1st. Price, a year; 25 cents a number. Sub- scriptions taken and magazines sold by book sellers and news-dealers everywhere or the publ shers. THB CBNTTrir CO ____________TJnlou Square, WILLIAM CAIN. ATTORNEY-AT-L1W, County, Nevada, Ol3a Fellowc corner Virginia and Second streets S, BISHOP, M. D., OR. W. THE TRUCKEE LUMBER CO., WILL POSITIVELY CURE DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION SOUR STOMACH, HABITUAL CONSTIPATION. R. HOT. Secretary. A. O. TT. NO. 8, A. O FOB SALE BY'fAMi [DBnGGISTS. ____ dec 5tf RANCH FOR SALE CRYSTAL PEAK LUMBER CO, .VEPDJ, am a genite-arinary orga ffice Honre-10 to! ns. and 6 to 8 'appointed, the f good old way was to wash down the last triumphs of the feast with copious libations of old Port and Golden Shenr: but "HUB PUNCH" has added a sensation to the epicure. Its deli- cacy, aroma, flavor, and delicious, but gentle effects, proclaim it the ractar fitfor the gods banqueting oa Olympus. Iee or Soda. tuuulmoudy TESTIMONIALS. "A Sip is like Ilatton Ontritr. OTARTLING VDISCOVERYI MANHOOD RESTORED. A or youttfw Imprudence catuine JPremature Decay, Uervous Debility LoslUui. ia Tata teom discorered a aunplo self ad. "Thepopula GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Liquors, Hardware, r Tinware, And General Merchandise NEVADA. Sundtri 10 to II A. x Consultation Free, Thorough examination and advice P. 8. For private diseases of short stand mt a full course of medicines sufficient lor a cure, with necessary instruct ons, will be sent to any address on receipt of lea Dollars Call or address DR. SPINNEY A CO. No. 11 Kearney Street, San Fracdsco, THOMPSON STOKE, 18. Ifcrada Oft. New Tori C. H. 6RATXS Haw. d at Mannfaotnren prlcnbr A KAKKuoir, Pacific Oout, San FranoUoo, Cal. Shlnglos, Lumber. Square Tlmboi. Hay. Grain, _ Wood. THOMPSON STONE, _______ Boca. Lafayette House. QPP08ITE KAOKOAD DJIPOT, EEKO. J. OCETT, Proprietor. Bar Attached THE GREAT ENGLISH! REMEDY a neTer-faliine Cure for Kerroue Debility, Bihaast ed Vitality-, Semi nal Weakness Bpermat orrh 03 a Lost JUnhoo Impotency, Paral lysis, and all the the'terrible effects of youthful follies, and excess" t In matarcr of Memory, Lassltnde, Tfoctur nal Aversion to Society, Dimness of Villon, Nolsei to the Head; thSVitel fluid pawing unobserved In nrine.and manv otter diseases that lead to insaniW and death. of this n red adrke treatment) will not cure, or foi anythtaffimpareorMuriomsioundlnit DB Kfamfti treat, all ftiTmteDtaaw, fttUy withont mercttiy. Comnltmtlo Thorough and ftl anaisrsls of urine, 00. Price of Vital or fo" tiffl qnaBUty, 00; seat to any addrau wcure 11 KMnaa-y 8trMt.Su TruclMo, CU. d BodBladdarCotoplainB. CteriSShlea. taoorrhoa. Jot .1 00. b DAKDELIOK DB. Dvilers In all kinds af LUMBER AN1> TIBIBBBS, RAILROAD TIES, LATHS SHINGLES DRESSED LUMBER AND RUSTIC' Sash Doors, Blinds and [Moulding-, and ALL KINDS OFI FURNITURE. FRUIT AND PACKING BOXES A SPECIALTY BRICKKLL g, B.BUGBB. yll Trockee, Cal. UTA'H' NEW PLANTS A GREAT TABEETlf OF GREEUHOtrSE, BKDDINO AND BASKET PLANTS, BULBS, GABDEN AND 1X0 WEB bEEDS. T HAYE A RANCHBCONTAINIKC JL 160 acres of landjknownlas "THOMAS AND LAITY FARM." Allunderaeoo tateof cnltlTatUmaad WELLWATEREDANDFENGED _ _- A SPLENDID BABN m 5OO Tons of Hay, The property Is situated Jthree miles east of Keno, on tha county road. Good road, sum- mar and winter For further particulars call on Mrs. Thomas Glendale octlltf _ JACOB LAITY, UanrJictuen DMfct ta CLEAR AND COMMON LUMBEB, MININO TmBBRS, WOOD POSTS; FENCING ETC., ITO, t. OJADDRKBM-vrtinr( Kfy, Send for Citalome. O. P. DUE Seedraunaniflirist Salt LikeCliv. Utah GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL, Good CeneraCComfortof HOUSE STRICTLY TEMPERATE. -Bjfsl] means pet up at "GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL." Hoping in the future to merit paat patronage, very respectiully H. BABWM. LAKE HOUSE. 10 pirpacva i his ola friends and patrons, j Bar and Billiard Room ITHEfiTABLE Free Buss To AU Xrainc The house FLEAS AKTT LOCATED n the sooth side of the rhw; w nlylltf "THE SIDEBOARD." IHAVK TAKEN THB BOOK FOKMER- JTOcoipiodbrA. C.Blakeler OB VIRGINIA STREET, Aad-jlttja jp atoe Samjils Boom and Side board. JCy friendi find the finest of winee llo.ttorfand-eigatiatUie SHetaard. MOHRISASH LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS MISSES UNION suns, DB. WARNER'S OELBBBATED COH5ET6, rSFAHTS' CKKtHES AND FANCY GOODS. -ALSO- NEW HATS1IAND TRIMMINGS. ApntForBatterick'iPiL. UBS. TXMPLXS D RA.YAOS AITD teaie at Kan VIRGINIA norms AND SPICK xwu. VCtlk, VUCMAIVVfVC treryday. Sand to A. LA1ONBAT7,
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