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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1887, Reno, Nevada VOL. XXII RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, FEBRUAEY 10, 1887. NO. Ill JJKEV1T1KS. silver Hungarian journal advises Austria to attack the Russians before they have a chance to Russianize the Balkan States. I Paris papers compliment the Chaaiber of Deputies on the prudent and dignified silence observed when voting the army credit. esclet of a Russian Military school recently suicided upon the dis- covery of bis complicity in a plot against the Government. Deceased was a Prince. popularity of General Boulan- ger among the French people is said to be rapitlly increasing. He is re- garded by the masses as their long ex- pected liberator, hundred horses and a large number of carriages were destroyed at St. Louis last night by the burning of a livery stable. Several persons were killed by a (ailing wall. is thought a communication which recently appeared in the Paris tigaro, attacking the virtue of the Germen women, will raise a storm of indignant protest in Germany. is thought that Cardinal Jacobini's letter to the Nuncio at Munich will lead to a lively debate in the Chamber of Deputies. The church authorities hope to bring a pressure on Italy which will iruke her yield to the Vatican's wishes. A Harder Avenged. BRISBANE, Queensland, Feb. 10. The expedition that went to New Guiana to avenge the murder by the natives last October at Johannes, of a captain, two sailors and six Malays of ship while were engaged in pe-irl diving, has returned. The en- terprise entirely successful; the native chief responsible for the mm- der was caught and beheaded, and the village where he and his accomplices lived was burned. Mrs. Henry Wood, the novelist is yoars of age. An Absolute Cnre. The ORIGINAL ABIETIiNE OINT- MKNT only put up In large two-ounce tin is an absolute cure lor old burns, wounds chapped hands, and skin eruptions. Will positively cure nil kinds of piles. Ask fur the OIUUINAL ABIET1NK OINTMENT. Sold by Osburn i-hoLin.iker at 2> cents per mail JO cents. Terrible Pains. Dr. Flints Heart Kemedy banishes sick head.iche, .and will return of this most terrible o! If taken with the warning sjmptonis give notice of the reoccurrence ot an attack. At driiLTgists 50. Jjescriptlve treatise with each bot- tle; or address J. J. Mack A Co., S, F.. They Were Jflremen. Ellsworth's New York Zouaves came to Washington among the first regiments m The Zouaves placed great importance in the fact that all had belonged to the Fire Department of the City of New York. One day two of them strolled into the office of the Secretary of War and ac- costed the clerk, Baying: "We want to know when we are going to have abattle." "Really, replied the clerk, "I could not inform you, even if I knew. You see, if we should tell the people who the enemy would soon find out our plans." said the Zouaves, "nobody wants yon to tell the people, my little man; we ain't are fire- Perly Poor, in Boston Budget.__ Jteno Prizes. Fifty dollars; first five balls if mnkes a keno on first Reno; J25 for rive kenos In on one card; for fiist fi.ur bmls called If It makes a keoo; 85 for thiee kenoi In succt-ssion oil one Card All prizes paid In cash. dlHti. HOWAKD ld b> Usbuin it shoe- maker. Notice! Jaques have been commis- sioned by the Keno UasCo. as a compe- tent firm to do their gas-fitting, and the company would recommend parties hav- ing work of the above character to do, to emploj-only the best workman, thereby saving much annoyance and expense. WM. THOMPSON, declltf Supt. ofRenoQosCo. The Very Ilest. For the very best photographs go to Murray Dunham's new photo narlors Pluzastreet, Reno, Nevada; N. establishment Is all on the ground floor; no stairs to climb. Ja29tf MURRAY DONHAM. MISCELLANEOUS. cm.-A.TaiD MASQUERADE BALL To be given by. MRS. Hall -------On- Eve'i, Fell. 22 (.Washington's Birthday SIX ELEGANT PHIZES To be given for Best dressed lady, home-made cos- tume. Best dressed gentleman, home-made costume. Best sustained character, either lady Most original character, either lady or gent. For the best group of four or more. For the best Washintomau group. Prizes on Exhibition at Fredrick's and Here's. TICKETS 50 LADIES (iu costume) FREE ----And---- LODGING HOUSE Next to Masonic Hall, Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada J. G. BECKER, PEOP'R. Proprietor of Keno Soda Works FREDRICKSBURO BEER On draft or sold by the krg or bottle. THE FINEST BRANDS OF LJQUOKS AND CIGARS Wholesale and Retail. FINE LUNCHES PREPARED FROM TO 2 DAILY. Oona.e ZReSresla. "STo-ursell PACIFIC LUMBER WOOD CO eoSTOFFICE AUIIRESS. TR0CXEE, CAI.. LOCAIIOS OF M LI, CLINTON. UAL. E. BURCKHALTEB.------PRESIDENT FRED A. TAFT. Manager. "DIGman Lumber, Celling ana Flooring, Bevel Edgeacd Rustic Siding, Clear and Dressed Lumber Railroad Ties, Fancy and Common Vtnldingi. Casings, Brackets. Etc For file by Ol Shoemaker, j. eno.Nev FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK All Claues of Legitimate Advertisements Not Exceeding Six Lines Inserted in tbil Column for Fifty Cents Per Week. For Sale or Trade, 3GRXDFD Galloway bulls; 1 stylish buggy (nearly 1 pack-horfc; 2 Plumas maies (terms 1 house and lot, near Seminary, lei A. T. RICE. Mexican War Pensions. Mexican Veterans, their widows, etc., obtained uadel' U. S. law just passed. fe3w2 Tuos. E. HAYDON. Room and Board. A FEW gentlemen can find room and board in a private family. Locality in business part of town. Enquire at this offlcp. feSwl o Money to Loan. IN good security. Inquire at Fecord- er s office, fe3wl Oakcs Young ARE prepared to do all kinds of uphol- stering and furniture repairing it their on the corner of Plaza and Si- erra streets, north of trnct. jalOtf For hale. A PAIR ot draft horses and a spring wagon, almost new. Inquire of janntl GRANT KICK. Brookins' Steam Candy first candy factory in Rer-o. Fresh candy every hour. Call und get prices of small quantities or by the barrel. Wholesale prices same as San FrancLscu [Jal4] C. J. BROOKINS. Moved. JHALL has moved his grocery and fruit store to No. 11, Virginia street, Fresh goods; low prices. seplSti Hay For Sale. McCAKRAN has for sale 80 or 90 tons ot timothy and alfalfa hay on the Truckee Meadows 14 miles past of Reno, at SOpcrton. nov24 Free Employment Office. A NELSON, at his tobacco and cigar store on Virginia street, has opened an PDiploymet office and is prepared to uruish both male and female help. mchi2tf Carriage Painting. BEST material, besi style, best work- manship Prices us low as are livea Calaw.ras Colony ------ADDRESS CHARLES R. PARSONS SACRAMENTO, CAL. mcuai THE BALDWIN. IE LEADING HOT3L On the European Plan. COSl'INQ OVEB IH HE ConstiTicticn and Fumisaings. The Baldwin Is the mr.st elegantly np- poi ted hotel In the world. Eight lines ol street cars pas'? its doors Hotel coaches and cairlages in waiting a' all steamers and hotel depots. Special accommooatlons for families and large parties. Prices the same as at other first-clans 50 to 00 per day. GEO. H. ARNOLD A H. H. PEARSON PROPKJETOKS. Brush Hardeahergh, Chief Clerk. Janltf M. A. French. Cashier. WILLIAM TELL HOUSE SIERRA STREET......................REN O BOARD AND LODGING AS CHEAP as any place In town, The Best Xinfenilel, Tliree Years Old, on Sacramento Beer on Draught, by the keg, or Bottle. Ilest Accommodations for fcinests. Jltf T. TOMAMI CBEL THOMAS PRICfc Obemici-l Laboratory Assap, Office and Ore Floors, M arairr, ne SAM'A ABIE, Pleasing to the Palate and Death to Cough. PALICO, have had theciitnrrh for flvi' und coulil Imralj talk prin; I cou.d not bieatite Through my nostrils. Your California Cat-K-Curp has eleansPd out my head and I can talk plainer now than I ha e for the flve years. Your medicine Is all that it le represen'ed.an Hlisolute cu e lor Catarrh and cold in the head. ours truh CHARLES C. OVERSUIKER. WOODIASD, CAL.-Your medicines are selling better than any other >helf iingtoeire sHtlsfiictlcn to all purchasers Tlit Cat-R-Cure' praised veiy highly bv all who have tried it, and many cases have been greatly by Its we when all other remedies tried bave proved of no benefit. Yours truly, _____POND A LAWSOK. FOJ.SOM, Cal.-I used Bntte-Tlne in chrouic rheumatism with great bereflt. Please send a mpply to J. W. names, Genoa, Nev., and oblige yours truly, F. C. IrojuuT, M. SANTA AB1B is only sold In large bottles nt SI; thrre for 50. Sold by all wholesale nnd retail dntggists. Yet For Sale by Odnon ft v MISCELLANEO US. HEADQUARTERS C JL, O C 1C ii-lunie f 1 o t> e r Mo. 498 J Street, cor. Fifth, SACRAMENTO, LARGE INVOICES OF NEW GOODM for the IIOJ.1DAV8 have just been opened, at prices to suit all. Agents for the celebrated American Kockford Aiso, all others of American and European make, PATEK PHILIPPIC 4 Co. The celebrated Kockford movement wo. will sell on six months trial, with privilege of exchanging for one of any other make. If. with fair usage, It snould prove unsatisfactory. Yon once carry Roflkfnrd you will not parf with It. SAMUEL JELLY -JEWELERr Sacrameiito Cal Orders by Mail or Express are especially Solicited. Address P. 0. Box No. 217 PENRYN GRANITE WORKS G. GRIFFITH, PROP'R. PENRYN, PLACER COUNTY, CAL. Polished Granite, Monuments, Tablets, Etc. BEST QUALITY AND NO RUST _______ TK. HYMERS, Successor to Hymers A prop TJEITJOIECIEIE! LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE Bungles and Saddle Horws TO LET AND BOAKDEU By the day, month. Terms to suit the times, A fine set of scales has been added to the stables and the stock corrals put in first-class condition. Hay, cattle, horses or hogs correctly weighed and cer- tificates given. T. K. HYMERS. HEARSE TO BUSINESS SACRAMENTO: Golden Kagle Seventh and K streets, Sacramento. First-class in every respect. The largestand finest hotel In the city. W. Bowers, proprietor, sncceRsor f> Col. McNasser Free bus to nnd from the hotel. T. H. took Co -Cor. 8th andT street Bend for one of their price best guide for purchasing goods thai Is Issued in California California State N. D Hideout; Vice President, Frederick Cox; Cashier, A. Abbott. Cor. Fourth and J street; does a general banking business. NAPA VALLEY WINE CO SUCCESSORS TO CH KRUG Manufacturers of native wines and brandies. This company is organized by well-known business men, and all goods are warranted at represented. Office, ft. Helena, Napa county, Cal, W. W. LYMAN, A. L.TTTBB, ______Secretary lol.Sdwly] President THE LAKE HOUSE. NEW WELL- known Hotel has been thoroughly renovated, newly furnished. Special fa- ci'itles afforded to families. The table U Urotrclass. Fine wines, liquors and clear atthe bar. Pol It Atten'ion and Reason- W Proi. HORSE CUPPING: Single 00 Two Horses or pair.. 5 00 Strictly First-class Work or no Pay d4 F. B. HOLMES. P. O. Box 512. LLIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE The Only Guaranteed Cnre Catarrh, Colds In the Head, Hay fever. Roue Cold, Catarrhal Deaf- and Sore Eyes. Restored the lense of tas'e and smell, removes bad taste and unpleasant breath, result of catarrh. Easy and plasant to use. Follow direc- tion and a cure Is warranted. Send for circular to ABIET1NE MEDICAL CO., Orovllle, Cal. Six months' treatment fl; by mail (1 10 SANTA ABIE and CAT-H-CURE Tor Sale by Oibnnt ft Hioenuker. MISCELLANEOUS. THE TRUCKbE LUMBER Co OEALEB8 ALL K1NDB m LUMBER, TIMBER, RAILROAD TIES, LATH, SHINGLES Dressed Lumber, Rustic. SASH, DOORS AND BLOWS MOULDING, AND FURNITURE FRUIT AND 'ACKINB BOXES -A SPECIALTY- BRIGKELL KRUGER TRUCKEE. CAL. BRANCH YARD AT VERDI Where we will keepconntan'ly a large nupnly of Slab Cord Wood TJ TVIIB E3 Of every description. Orders sollcltcc ftpr4 OYSTER NOTICE. WITH PLEASURE WE STATE that we are now prepared lo fur- nit h you with our celebrated brand, Diamond fresh Eastern Frozen Oys- ters. These ovsters are all selected from best oyster beds, and we guarantee them all, as we have them put up ex- pi essly for our trade. A) 1 that is necessa- ry Is to give them one trial. As for prices, we will sell as low as any other house, comparing the quality. We also handle several other brands, and always keep a large stock of shell oysters. Send In or- ders one or two days in advance, in order to be sure to have them filled. We quote vou the following prices: Diamond lected, SO per doz. cans; Diamond D, standard, 25 per doz. cans; Large East- ern Oysters, 82 SO per 100; Standard East- ern Oysters, 75 per 100. CURTIS, BRO. 4 CO. 308 AND 810 K STREET, ______SAC'HAMKSJTO. CAli. fe4 NEW STORE NEW FIRM WALLACE BEEBE TTAVE OPENED A On the Corner of Plaza and Virginia Sts Where they propose to sell for Cash the best goods at the most reasonable prices. Goods Delivered free of Charge to all Parts of Town. CAPITAL, SUKPLUSand PROFITS. 00 D. A. BENDEB........................PRESIDED I GEO. W. MAPES-........VICE-PBEBIDEKT C.T. BENDEB.............................CASHEEB OEO. H. TAYLOR.............ABS'T CABHTEK This bank transacts a general bsuklne exchange, collection and fire Insurance agency business. Bills of exchange and bank money orders for sale on the prin- cipal cities la Europe. PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS: Bank of Cat.; American Kxchnnge National Bank New York; Continental National Bank, Chi cago; Nat'l Pank of D. O. Hills A Co., Sacramento; Agency Bank of Gala., Vir- ginia; Wells, Kargo A Co., Carson. Telegraphic transfers made tbrongn the above correspondents. VISITING CARDH GAZETTE Office.' at tbe PROFESSIONAL. J. P. PORTER, DENTIST Building walli> o! teeth with poldn spe- cialty. Mechanical denliistry in all its branches. Gaa administered. Office la Arcadome Bui.dmg. feb27 PIERCE EVASS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND DIS- TRICT ATTORNEY. Practice In the State and Federal ing, Virginia street, Keno. Nevada. __________ myS J. R. REDMAN. M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND OBSTETRICIAN, CHRONIC DISEASES, as will as those peculiar to FEMALES, A SPECIALTY; prepared to feal discuses amenable to JtLKCI'KlCITY. Office in Si-el Block. OlHce hours 10 to 12 A M. aud 2 to 4 p. M. Wagar'h. nov25 DR. W. BERGMAN, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Office on Second street, next to Webster R law office Reno Nevada. A. DAWSON, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office In Sunclcrland's rooms) and 4; residence on street, between Commercial Row and Second street. my4 Reno Chapter No. 7, R. A.M. THE STATED CONVOCATIONS OP Reno Chapter No. 7. K. A. held at Masonic Hall on the evening of the first Thursday ol each month, com- mencing at 8 o'clock sharp. All sojourn- ing companions in good standing are fraternally invited to attend. Bv order of the K. H. P. L. L. CROCKETT, Sec'y. i ASK YOUR GRDGER FOR THE M CHOICE PiATURAL SHEUANDENSTDN IMS ESTTFAIN THE MARKET Merchants, Banheis and Manufacturers should i BRADSTREET'S A weekly journal tr.ide, finance and public ooonomy. Sixteen pages every Saturday. Oftentimes twenty pages Sometimes twemy-fuiir pages. FIVE DOLLARS A TEAK. THE FOREMOST PURPOSE OP BRAUSTREBT'S is to be of practical service to business men. special trade and industrial reports and its synopsis of recent legal dec sions are exceedingly val- uable. As commercial transactions In the wider sense are coining to be more and more conducted on a statistical basis, the information contained m BRAD- STKEET'S Is of first importance to all. The general business situation through- out the United Slates and Canada IK re. ported by telegraph to BKADSTIIEEI'S up to the hour of publication. SINGLE COPIES TEX CENTS. THE BBA.D8TREET COMPANY Bioad way, Send for sample copy. Vew York City LAFAYETTE HOUSE. OPPOSITE DEPOT. LI LA CHAPELLE, PROPRIETOR The Hotel has been thoroughly over- hauled and refitted. Fine Rooms ami Good Table. -A.ttacls.e3. MEALS 25 cents; BEDS 26 and 50 cents. filve nsn Coll oct5 RESTORED Tlit reaton thai cannot gtt cund at SEMINAL WEARS ESS, LOSS OP MAX- HOOD, u aunny to a complication called PROSTATOR- ROE A. DR. LIE BUT 3 iSflOORATOR it IhtOSLYcureforPROSTATORRHEA. Price, (2.00 per pottage, 6 portages, (10.00. Guide It JltMhmdSttf-Analvttmlfree. AMrtaLfE- Bia DISPEXSAIirforDtKaxtafMin. __________Wt e-ary St.. San fraacuco. Cat. GEOCERIES AND PROVISIONS I Kuccttfor to Painter Bakelrss, keeps a lull line of FAMILY ORUCKKIEh and FRESH VEGETABLES. Orders delivered at retldeium free ol zharge. royn SPAPFRf
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