Reno Evening Gazette, June 14, 1889

Reno Evening Gazette

June 14, 1889

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Issue date: Friday, June 14, 1889

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 14, 1889, Reno, Nevada fl AZKTTE AND 'OTOCK3IAN WAZETTE AND OTOCKMAN T oo PER oo PER I HE I EADING HE I FADING HE I EADINC HE LEADING I M yU 1 1 R. EEKLY EEKLY EEKIA1 EEKLY T HE HE rjAZETTB, ENO UTAZETTE, EVADA'S I EADING PkAH-Y BVADA'S I HADING I UlLY EVApA'S I EADING I lAItV LEAPING UAILYI VOL. XXVII. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA; FRIDAY, JUNE U. 1889. NO. 65. MISCKLLANEOUS JOHN PIPER.............................Lessee. Friday Saturday Ev'op, June 14th and 15th. The Plumed Knights of Comedj-, Goodyear, Cook Dillon's REFINED MINSTRELS. REFINED MINSTRELS. Under the direct management of John McGuire. Endorsed hv the entire press of San Fran- cisco as THE ONE, znd the only legiti- mate minstrel Company seen on the in CHAS W. eOODYEAR, DILLON BROS. GEO. H. EDWARDS, LEECH BROS. ELLSWORTH COOK, BEN MOWATE Slate Sextette, W. S POLLARD, C D DALY, H. GREEN, I. D. GREKN K. COOK. G SOMIRS. Brilliant OrcLehtra! Maguificpnt Band! Wntch for the white silk hals. Circle oo Balcon> 75 Balcony Box-sheet now open at Nasby's Bazaar. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FINEST lot of DOUBLE and SINGLE CAR- RIAGES. BUGGIES and PHAETONS ever broght to this market. They are from the reliable house of V. S. COMPANY Of CelumbuH, And all work is to be first-class in every particular. If you want a buggy cheap or a single or double carriage, or are ill need of a styfish phaeton, call and examine my itock These wagons must be sold, and I venture the assertion that you will Save at tel 25 per cent By trading with me. I also carry a large stock of IRON AXLES and HARDWOOD in endless variety, and do A General Blaeksmithing Business. Stop Cor. 4tfai Sierra REWO. NEVADA. Give me a a and be convinced "W- J. Go to S. J. Hodgkinson's Drug Store For Fresh Garden Seeds. Viiginia Street, Reno. PALACE RESTAURANT, RENO, NEV. TN PALACE HOTEL, J. GODFREY, Proprietor. MEALS AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT. OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. public can rest assured that the Palace Restaurant will be maintained in a first-class manner. adzstf The Best and Host Satisfactory Job Work at the >ZETTK office. MR MEN ONLY1 IN SHARP CONTRAST. The Model M Fainted by Artist and M Seen In Real I4to. background of misty fray, shadows soft and dreamy, a woman floating through tbe shadows, with white armb raised high above her head, clothed only in thin, gray draperies, trailing and lading into the clouds in which she floated. Every curve of the gleaming white limbs, line of the slender body was revealed by the clinging, transparent folds, which only heightened the loveliness they could not conceal, and fell away softly from the full, white throat and snowy breast. The face was uplifted and turned slightly away, in an exquisite pose, but something in the chaste lines of the beautiful figure revealed all the purity, sacredness and ideality of womanhood. Men, says the New York Sun, looked at the picture with earnest faces, women's chatter hushed as they approached it. "It almost makes me cry, it is so pure and said a pretty, impulsive girl. "I could be always good if it hung m my room." The artist stood in the angle of the railing as the people crowded up to see his work, and some one said: "Is it an ideal to which he answered: "I painted it from life, except the face, which is idealized a little." High up in an old tenement-house with dark passages, and up tumble-down stairs,

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