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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, Reno, Nevada FIFTY CENTS PES WEEK. classes of legitimate ad- a, not excwiLi.g six lines, inserted in thia column for fifty cents per week. Situation Wasted. AND WIFE WISHES A POSITION 1U. as cook, and man to do General work. For particulars inquire at Ntlwn'f Cigar Store. deC'i w Auction Sale. SATURDAY. DKC isTH, AT O'CLOCK at stables 15 head of horses ana Colin. of sale, one year credit will be given on approved rates interest at 8 per cent. BAN I A Dance At Olendale. miiiCRi-: wn.i, ur. A UANCJK AT GI.KN- .1 dale next Saturday night, IM-cembcr 13th All (ire Invited. Corxl muNi? anil calling. deS'nv Position Wanted. A SCANDINAVIAN CIRl, DESIRES A position In town, to do cooking and gen- eral house work. Wages Address P. O. Hox 307. _ dec6wi Boy 'Wanted. rt o RUN A PAPER ROUTE ON J back, Inquire at thia office. decswi Eatray OTRAYKW INTu THE SEMINARY O u big bay mare. The owner will cull at once, prove property, pay charges and take her away, ur nhe will be sent to Ihe Notice. rpHE WASIIOE COUNTY PROHIBITION JL Club will meet at Thompson's Hall on Dec. 8, HI 7 o'clock r. M. All interested arc cordially invited. V, W. TAYLOR, Secly. House to Rent. DWELLING IIUUSK CONVENIENT to the hclnxjl liuiisc, with all modern conveniences, to lee Inquire at the Monarch MII. dec4tf Stray Horse. GRAY HOKSh, 1IRANDED S. ON letl hipar.d vented on left shoulder, S. about't years old, came to the Juucticn about the 15111 day o( October. Owner will prove property and pay JOSEPH ODETT. Shorthand 'attraction- HAVING COMPLEIEU A COURSE IN shorthand, I am prepared to give in- nir.iitiuiis in the same. The electric sybtem is the only system that can i e learned in from four t six mo nhs. remit reasonable. 1-or firtlur particulars, address P. O box, 337. Reno, Ncv. II. JOY. noiStf "Wanted to Trade JAND OR LOTS IN CALIl'ORNI I'OR J Reno property or timber laud, v Idreis Kelio C it I7tf Pore Milk. UI'.SON LS 1-RKPARED TO SUP- ply all in want of the purest and richest uf milk cvci vciuledinlhis noi7tf Laat Call. TO THOMAS BAR- nett are hereby .notified that they must call ami scttlu at oncj, otherwise codec ion be culoried. THOS. 1IARNETT. Eatray. 1AME TO MY ABOUT THE loth of Oct., one sorrel horse, lour years old, white strip in face hind feet. Owner will prove property nnrt pay charges, nojstf J. A. Whl.UEN. EVERYBODY TO (.ALL AT THE PAL- ace Bakfry and get a 5 pound bag of candy lor if they can acquaint us witli nnv candy, store between Sacrumento and haMiig such a supply of pure candle', as ours. noi7tf For Rent. AN ELIGIBLY LOCATED DWELLING house of Uvc rooms. Inquire of J S. Shoemaker ociitf For Sale. MY RESIDENCE ON SIERRA STREET immediately north of the Opera House, -lie ot the most desirable pi ices in town and ..trnish'c! all modern improvements, ucfilf _______D J-.1.LKN. Important. ANYBODY, AND SPECIALLY LIBERAL persons, whose hnancial standing ore below rero. should for Christmas presents not fail to visit the Reno Bargain Store, where you almost can buy goods at your own p ice. ocijtt G. K. For A FINE FAMILY CARRIAGE HORSE, phaeton and harness for sale very cheap. A p ply nt this oSice at once.________sepiStf For Trade. A LOT OF GOOD HOUSES AND CAT- tlu to trade for sheep. -Vpply at this oUlce.__________________st'piMf Choice Residence Property SALE, MILE FROM JL the Railroad Depot and one-fourth mile Irom the StHte University. with the property. If you wish to make a home come and see'me. B. K. LEETE. Ladies Remember '1'HAT MRS. S. C. JUDD CARRIES THOSE i bcanUlul fitting Madame McCabe Cor- sets, the Ferris Waists, Rawlings' Shoulder U-accs, White House Cook Book and Stanley's Africa. Call and examine the goods. Residence 3 doors north Opera House oc If Brooklna' Steam Candy Factory fPlIK FIRST CANDY 'FACTORY IN JL Reno, fresh candy every hour. Call and get prices of smalt quantities or by the barrel. Wholesale prices same as San Francisco. 1ai4tf C. I. BROOKINS, 0 Cardboard Signa K ALL -KINDS FOR SALK AT RBAS onable prices at the GAZKTTS Olnce. TIT WINDOW WKIGHTS ALWAT3 ON hand and for iale at the inch utt UNION IRON WORKS. Central Park Horse Market W. H. WOODS, Prop'r OPPOSITE NKW CITY HALL. EN- trance on Mission .street, near bth.Ssn l-'raucisco, Cal. With my buiiness location, experience and extensive acquaintance, and my desire to give the highest satisfaction in all my dealings prompts me
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