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Reno Evening News (Newspaper) - February 22, 1884, Reno, Nevada VOL. XVI IRENO. WASHOE COUNTY. NEVADA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1884. NO. 122 MISCELLANEOUS. Know BITTERS will cure the worst case of dyspepsia. insure a hearty appetite and increased digestion. Cures general debility, and gives a new lease of life. Dispels nervous depression and low spirits. Restores an exhausted nurs- ing mother to furr strength and gives abundant sus- tenance for her child. Strengthens the muscles and the blood. Overcomes weakness, wake- ofenergy Keeps off all chills, fevers, and other malarial poison. Will infuse with new life the weakest invalid. j; Walker St., Baltimore, Dee. For six years 1 have been a grcal guffe'cr from Blood Disease, Dys- pe pita, and Const ipation.aml became >o debilitated thai I could notretain anything on my stomach, In fact, life had almost become a burden. Finally, when hope hadaimost left me, my husband seeing BROWN'S IHUN IJjTTKKS advertised in the faper, induced me to give it :i trial, am now taking the third bottle and have not felt so well in six Vcais as I do at the present time. Aln. L. F. GKIH-IM. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS will have a better tonic effect upon any one who needs "bracing up." than any medicine made. DUpcDvary Cur. Oenry Mid Miwon Sin HMD Frnnclfteo CnU COLLEGIATE IN) JL slitute for the special and so- cullocl incurable cli.'onlc diseases. I.iebltV Gt-rtnah IikVlcorntur Is positively giiarauteed to cure pli.vslcftl debility, Weali- ot SpermatorTheri, lu the Head, PeellitKA. Proitfttorrhea, and all the o( youVht'ul Imprudence and excesses of mature years. The Docoor. -a regular from Kurope, will agrre ro for- thoutiaiiU dollarn fora case the Ivifnratur will not cure under spec- ial treatment and advice, SThcreason so manvcan- nol gat cured of Weakness tnc above diseases Is owing to a complication culled PRO8TA.TOK- RflE which requires peculiar treai- mout. I.leblK'i Tnvlcornlar No. 9 Is the only positive cure for Prostutorrelia. Price ol either Invliforator, per bottle;
r IT'S J Street, cur. Klflh, SACRAMtNTO............. CALA. IAROK IKV01CKS OP IX-.W. SOODM j rorihB IIQt.IO.AVai havejnir opened, at prices to cult all. Agents for the celeb-ated Ami-r-raii KuckFurd of Ameilcau and European make, PATKK Co. The celebrated itnckfnrd movbmeot we will sell on six months trial, with privilege or exchanging for one of aovj otuer makr. with fklr luafe, It umatUfttctory. Ton ei iklurd yon will Dot part wttb 1C Sealed Proposals. BOARD OF t'OUNTY COMMISSION- ersof Wnshoe county, Nevada Feb. 1, 1881. Togus, Chairman, G. W. Sawyer, Joseph Krey, R. s. oxbiir'u. Clerk, Jno. K. Alexander. Dlst. Ally. Sealed proposals will be received by Hie County Commissioners of "Wushoe couitfy, Nevada, up Vo the second Monday In March, A. IX for the cure and sus- tenance or the Indigent Sick and Poor of Wasiioe county; the nernou conlractlne to have the use ol the Poor farm und promises; the to be for the cure of eight persons 01 less, and at a given rate perm..nth for each person in excess of eight similar proposal? alto be rec.jlved ill IhB same lime lor the of a County vslrlen, io iiltend K> the Indl- gwitPoorof County, Including all umlirnl iitli-iHliu.ce ai the County Hospital, at the County Jnll, e.vaiuinalionsriiul examinliiK Insuno sons: vaid contruclor to furnish all nec- essary At the slime time proposnls will bo re- ceived for the burial of the Indigent Dead of Washoe county. The contracts to commence April 1st, IS8J, and end April lnl. Anil the B mrd reserves the rlRht to declare any of contracts void, whenever ,Mi opin- ion oumletl upon complaint In wrlilug nnd examination, orupon personal exam- ination uuy person rontnictlng is not fnl- Illlint; the terms ol Ibe I'oiHmet which be Ima entered Iniowlth tliu county, In ae- cordunce with Us lein-i und spirit Toe Doat'l res rves the i-lgnt to reject. any and all hlds. Byordcrofihe Board of County Com- missioners of Wartboc colinly. K S. OSHiniN.CUrk. AtIeb4 BlSlViiSS DIRECTORY. SACRAMENTO 1 Clarence Jt ro. Vaquero sad- dles and ounlts 'complete. Fine car- riage and buggy huriiesti, whlpa, lobes, blankets, etc., K street. C ft. Hoiijihton and relall bookseller and stationer, and dealer in jjincy goods, tilo J street. T. II. Cook Cor nth nnd T street, Send fwr one of their price best guide for purchasing goods that le Issued in California Pulum ninrkrt. H 4iS and -111) K street. Country orders promptly liUed. R O. Box -1.17. T. Importer of RUB futures, plumbers' ware and sunitjry supplies, M.1J street, bet. Fifth and Sixth. Cnl'lornm Stale JJ. II Kldeout; Vice President, Kn-cl )rlek Cox; Cashier; A. Abbott. Cor. Fourth and J street; does a general banking business. Ouuiniii) nnd staple dry goods, particular attention paUl lo orders. Samples sent free. V. O. BoxlSl Lantfhatn KeBUmraiit, J'wo from railroad street. Terry A Co. C H. rnrtvhi, Wholesale nnd retail dealer In Imported an'idomeiitlc cigirs, No. !tH Second street. H. DAVIS SON NO. 17 COMMERCIAL ROW, RENO ----DEALERS l.N IMPORTED DOMESTIC CIGARS TOBACCOS. CK-.ARITTE3, GOODS, PIPES, NOTIONS. ETC fact, everything pertaining to a nrst-claiw cigar and tooacco Hlore. n2Sl.f W HEN VISITING BAM FEAKCI8CO -----Da sure to----- Call the----- GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR 718 and 722, Market street. LargMt Fancy Goodt Home on Coart. OBOUP, WHfVOPINQ COUQH and bron- cbltla Iminedlaleiy relieved by tthlloh'a Cure. Sold by O-sburu A Shoemaker. For lame back, ilde or cbent Sbllnti'i Porooi Platter. Price-A So'd by Cnn Consulted. MRS. L. S. BOWKRS will ri'maln In Reno the present he vonsnUed at Mrs. MiXry Falrchllil's, .Small House, C'otnir.erelal Row Sue will goto Wa.lHWorlh m-.xtWBek.._______IHU-oKY Morses For Sale. rpIIRKK pairs of hoi-ses for sale. One _1 pair weighs uboutl, ten; one pair l.l'jiieafh; o. c pair Klnc horseu for .icli t or urlvluy. I'ehlSif____________STRPIIKX CosyKn. For >ale, artesian well-boring complete. In- 'Hiire at S. (Jonnors for GFOWOK ALARf-iE furnished front room, with orwilliont lourd. of Mrs. H. K'linx, on West street, near R. trillion's re.sldenre. febKltf If you wiint n pood In new or tiirulture. you can get It at P. J. Toll's Furniture Htore. eorner 2d mill Virginia slreels, Reno. JAM pnro'lnga full stock of all kinds of fruits, In season, lu- rludlnjj onuiKf.s, lemons, bananas, pelts, pieplant, eubbage, potatoes, onions, ('nil. K. C. LBABBKTTKK. Gveat IN" misses' heaver and felt hats for no lit Miss A. Onlcra both In Millinery nnil halr-worU will bo promptly itlli-tKled to. Jalil2lf Kooins to Let. JJ. BKCKKH bus some wi.'M-furnlslHHl rooms lo let a' from sr> lo S'U per mon'.h, or per week In proportion. Board and lodging S7 to According to Koom. SINGLE TWO BITS. A FIRST-CLASS BAKERY In connection with tlie Hntul. Also SALOON and BILLIARD ROOM, Only One Minute's Walk from C. P. POK- seiiRf-r Pupot. ALL WASHOE MILL CO. (SUCCK-HSOUH TO C. A. IlRAilO A. PLANING MILL 4ND BOX FACTORY. BEALEItS IN ii nd Lumber. Sjl.h, I.Hthx, Pli-krln, KlliculKl Kwlwoocl MlilnclcH SliakrH, Fi-iictni; uud I'oHtM. Stove for AND ALL KINDS OF Mill WORK Promptly uilciulccl lo. Orllce.TIHnl strnnt. opposite C'. H. R.H. Branch yard, I'cr.'l hlnl uit'l Rjitston .ylraclis, western ii'l'liiion- tcl- oplndio comiecUoD. WM. IIKNI'.V, mriy'i Mnnnstfr. PHOTOCrRAPIIY! Special Meeting. rPHEnE WIT.L BE A SPECIAL MF.KT- J of the Board ot CouiHy Commis- sioners on Monday. Ki'lirunry 2'jth. Isvl, for the purpose of nKikinu Hie tax levy for the fisc.il year ending December :jls'., By order ol the K. S OHKUKN, Clerk. a laHl perfume. Price 25 and oaburn ariu NJioerunkcr. ng und centv. Hold by COOK Are Doing the Finest OF ANY FlIOTUfiKAl'HKJ.tt ON the coast. llolli an Knvlable Reputiit on; Their prlees for work .A.T1.33 O H 13-A. 3P And satisfaction gimrunteeil. Cull nt thC'lr Kallery over McKurllM's shop, cor- ner ftirrra and street. ili.M-'Jstl Cu.iK sf CANCIOH IUAVKa niiturul remedy to a certain can lo actual CUSUH. CorreHpondence H. K. UAIUSER, novZI Nov. PATRONIZE DIRECT IMPORTATION Demand increasing Daily and Our Importations are Continually Arriving. Grand Bazaar -----OR- A ginm! Dazanr will be held it Id tbe completioo of Iho Interior of the Catholic Church, NevadaTheater ComtneniHne on the to becloseil oil ZW of und other cntertHlMincuU will be Klven duping the Fulr, lucluJhuj n Pillow Slip Tho Aniiiversury of WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. The pnlroniige nnd attendance of all are n.iiiritpil. liniHid PACIFIC LUMBER WOOD CO I'orrorrtcc Animus: CAL. LOCATION OF MILLS: CLISTOB.CAI ALL KINDS OP Common Lumber Celling t. Flooring Bevel tEdge and Rustic Siding, Clear and Dressed Lumber Railroad Tins ancy and Common Casings Brackets etc eto RENO BIDWELL STAGE OABRYING THE 0. S. Mall. KAOAB A CO. PROPRIETORS The above well known brand has been analyzed by the most prominent cheniisls and pronouuceii by all to be Free from any Adulteration rPHlS 18 ROUTE FOR amUl. Itonnd Hole, llufTulu Salt Works, Buffalo McudowH. Duuk Kln( EHglevlllo. oh1 hy Ilie Seei-ulary at I In; Ursl Nation- I li.ihtc ol Reno ,Treu.surer. on Hit- ol Mmvh at 'J M of mnt, l.iv, 10 the tletirnnlent ii.'.sessiuem. ainl' ex- of .sale. Uy oriler of (he Borml uf rnslees. H. K HIGHLY RECOMMENDED By tlie Medical Faculty for medicinal anil family purposes Orders In wholesale tuken to be shipped direct from the distillery. FOB WHOLES A1.E ----------BY--------- RETAIL A. LINDLEY CO., Sola for Reno, Wwhoe County, Nevada, ami Lasacu and CouuUM, Caillorola. oct26 DRAYAOK AND eipress promptly attended FiAMO MOVIKO Leave onlero at Mar- tin A Augustlne'H or FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. r, CARRY A LINK AND CHOICE STOCK OF FRUiT ANO VEGETABLES KIMi utul Counlry Vroduee, ANO CHOICE FAMILY CSOCERiES Atoll times-. lower Ihfti. the lowest. de- livered iree of eharpe. PAINTHK Ivlfi viivlnut street.. WILL ImmedUlely re- lieve croup, whooping eougb Mid bruo THE RKV. OEO. H. of Rour- boU, arul wife- owe our liven lo Con.ci'iipllou Cr.re." ftold hv Ovhnvn A IL.U lUU witn llvtr complululT Khlloh'i, Vlnllier in (ura lo jcu. by A r'SPAPERI
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