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   Reno Evening News (Newspaper) - September 8, 1884, Reno, Nevada                               VOL. XVII RENO. WASHOE COUNTY. NEVADA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1884. NO. 137 MISCELLANEOUS. HAMBURG TEA. Mtnlstt n s ill >tu leul-t will lit (I ul tor ions ontinu d mentil eff it kit ruuxing i he sj stern with mil h s H imburg leu MONTE CARLO'S DEN. i H tJ S) r H H O PI PI a 0 H w m ui x c o V} c n o -t u> If c U) 4 b 2 H 0) 0 0 2 2 0> O 2 O O STbe e jrro V Stl I fu ji us tig H v 11 e r a st mi id) HI H s us( 1 to p oinote s sltnil tloit ol 11 L ok od nil I n r i c h lit i o I In II iMjon tilt hi f ol Mnclc t n itiiui I t I n f "ti 11 bv tl t ih i a i Inieiil h ch ml I I i I I v c mil I tl i lu t on n) tin-" _ i (11 c n h il PJ HP till "to Hi i p i i I _r ii, I of prcmatiii.. ill u i e M) nl r 1101 (I bv t it z it lin mil hrufviu (lit p eiu tv s id I >r tltlpt 'he nstu it i i ninsi <1N< is 1-or i e I II tin nc.Nt general WASHOE MILL LI MfiER CO. (sccctssoius ro c v PLANINQ MILL 4NO BOX FACTORY, nr IN wood "iiit Orwiron sa-h rtliiKU Mo.il.ti. CH ttr M LiKh-4 t ick IH I'lr mitt unit Muik< s ni nit; Hint f- n I   Wood HI fl -1 for AND ALL KINDS OF MIU WORK Prompt I titcmlrtto fhlil street opposite i UK Bi int.li ml or t Ii ril and R ilntoii sti ctts western i ill tl >n. tel- ephone connection WM HhNRY, inav2 Mini r f 30O rpBE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE puid for the orre'-tnnd conviction of 1115 party or parties f( uni) guilt} ol stealln" kilting or running off, Altering brnotls or marks of iuiy stock be onglng to anj member of the Live Stock Asso- ciation E CRUTCHFR, PreslJent. F D Mlrncm (PT 10 lirlltf PAL4CE RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL ROW, RENO, We I iv 1 leased both the PALACE ARCADE P-est-furnuts the} will be will bereulter be run as oiie njeut ou tbe Eia.ropea.33 N AMI sirmr SATISFACTION GUARANTEED I LEUBKY FONTAINE. Prop r THOMAS PRICE Cbemlcal Laboratory Assay, Office aiid Ore Floors, M SACRAMENTO, STRICT, SAK atnt i pplloaUon. aplWy Opinions Drawn from Twenty-Five Years of Residence the Conrern UKIIIM Mums at StnUi- Hit n ami W omen W lioin moil [Dr J H Bennett in Pill MJlOwittcl Public itt i tion h s bee i forcibly dl reeled ft i the I ISA fe v to the Monte C l lo establishment it Momco, und to tht growing evils vvliich its exist cncc cut Is Ot lite tne f n I took ref j i the (jcnocse Uiviera in ISoO ill nut dcitli, thciel my life, and h vc rctum d to it in the winter ever since On my first irnval the gambling houa" v as in its mfincy, established at Mon no itself under the pitron ige of t ic mince ind ittrietett but little no tiec H w s i vcrj small ind msig nticint concern 1 en the gimblinf, cst it H itnburg clos d, M J51 nc lulicul tho Mou ac business ft >in the prince I1 1 ise vuth ill km Is of privileges, which were of coi rsc, Iai0clj pud for Bur _i ig to the in itter ycit experience ind a in st rly mi id M Bl nc s success h s been stupon Ions- hit much i Ic 1 linn us th f xct tint the closure of ir_ w s fallowed by that of all Hi" Ljinibh i., h in urop'1, so th it Jjiml 1 rs of all n it on ditics, ii n ind vv( men hive been thrown into nis clutches "i c i by 3 ear the irci oi Mi'-p rnicit ui i i I i nee of Monte Cirlo h siicic Sv.d 11 widening circle until it is mvv felt ill over the world, ill line pc ASM and Ita cnor IK us inHuence for ev il is best c 11 v i simple cilculation which lovvc to i tn >fessi ml gimMer Ad the chinccs ol the t lulc art 1 in to in fiver it the bink to annually neirly "00 000 pouiuis bt whieh it pro- i ses to do (17 M) 090 frincs '24 500 OJO foil n Is sterling must hive been st ked on its til les must have b-en woi: in 1 lost Ihe b ink s 700000 pounds j stcilmr, pro it n its the rate I 11 1 in io- >n this en mini's amount of vvlueh must tneretore have plivcd lost in I won If the 17 000 000 li tnes re t! pr) its deducting the v rv he iv v use11 men red by the PS ti in ik is I behevf is the the m ictu H) pi vcd mjst be gieiter It is this 'ict or the g unblcr tie uing w itii liice m ss s i mon v that pirtlv icco inta foi the b f scinition ercib d A circful pi vv 10 bc0t ib vvith si} 1 000 pound stcr 'i i, miv hiveh i red to the (Uctrine of chinees ib 000 poi ucU stcr Img be ore lit hia cij itil If he pi i) k n_, enough the bink. of 1 in jb is sure t-i svvil ow ip his cipitil ind hen he has lu d all the emoti n ol Iiiviu0 been lit rmtclv oiicccs ful or the rev else rich or i oi r He re0rcts when holi sit 1 ist list his mill d cnpitil thit he di 1 step when s icccssful which he ncv cr does, thit he will be iioie prudent next time and in order to ha e the ch mce sells boirowa, raises nione) in} how Often he loses all feeling of nonor an 1 probity and after risking his last shilling, pliys his wifes dowry his diu0hccrs fortune his em plojer s mont} to end may be, by aui ei fe Again, at clubs men only are admitted to t c pi iviii, loinis At Monte Culo often ever} fourth pliyer is a womin, and buch women' Humberts of the dt mi monde fl >ek hero in winter trom ery capital in Lnrope, to allure and eu tingle well to do men, who are al wlys found present in great numbers Urulv they repiesent the sirens of old, and are minutely more dingerous, often linn ng entncly those whom they cir cumveiit llio >incn are not ill, how- ever of this chss Husbinds often tiioiuhtlcss enccurage their wives or d uigntcra to nsk a tew 5 franc pieces, or n moieons on rne t ible- and thus in oci 1 ite them w ith tne gambling freiu} It is pri ic pilly to ittrict these reallv rcipectible petple to le ul them by slow d grccs to the j. tibles tn.it every possible allur ment and induce me it is ol) red to ill, to ttavelers and to rusi lents with most unbounded nnyiihcent band of sev ent} hve mubicia is discourses sweet mil sic ever} attornoon .in I evem 1 lioat rieal ind operatic pcrtorminccs are of fered vvcckf} at nonn i il prices at which the leading celebnti s ol the day t ike pirt Hit gardens are, perhaps, the hncst in southern 1 urope, the reading room is one of the best, supplied with periodical literature and all are opened trom morn to w itho-it restriction, toaiiywell dressed person Siys the spidei to the Walk into my pirlor, ni} prctt) They do walk in by the bundled, by the thousand and are constantly sucked drj, destroyed mor- ah} and physically ihe votaues of gambling are not necessaril} the young and the inex ed They are often middle aged or ageo mud. and women, and noblemen, mfcmltv pliysictins Ihe demon of gambling bu got bold of them They come from tli four corners of the earth, and the nun thit poverty, dli honor falls upon them it home at hew Tiork Rio loneiro b.tavu Cilcutti, anywhere It is sail that during the winter ubout a suicide a week occurs in and near Vlonico If so it is only u tithe of what occurs else where t'liough Monte Cailo fcorwhom 13 this rojalty of 701) 000 pounds sterlmj jcirlj, tins enormous income, raised to subsidize a degraded prmc( md to give colossal laconics and for tunes to hall a dozen or a dozen persons who iro ashamed of the source Irotn whence their money comes, whom no ro spcetiblc person would like to acknowl e Ige or n cciv e as friends ancl to whom society only owes punishment as inciters to vice Rev J M Pullmin In individua life there are chords buried sometime veij deep and m< 3t hard to hit upon uhieh once struck, the uiosi wonderful results An llnir Tribute Theron P Ke rtor, editor of K Wainp In I writes For the pas five j cars I always used Dr King1 N< vr for of most severe cli ir icte-, us well is roi tlioseof a mlltle tvpe It never falls- to effect a speeiij cure My friends to whom I have recom ik of H In Ibo same high terns Having he n cured by H of ever} Ib b ul for live years I conslde It onlj reliable and euro cjro fo colils etc" Call at OH burn 4 Svioemiiktr s di UK store and get a HUE 'rial bottle SI 00 The bpht In ihe work! for cuts bruises, ulcers salt rheum, leve soies- teller, chapped h inds, chilblains- orns, and all wkiu eiuptions. and posi IneH cures piles or no paj required 1 Is iruntte 1 lo e perfect satisfaction or n onev n funded P Ice ir. cents pe: For sale by Osburn A Sluvem iker MISCELL BISHKSS DIRECTORY. SACRAMENIOl J. r. r ha. cj Work, hat tbe laix s vnrletv In Northern C HfornU linens (uivtls hcullkn nnd Arr i8Mies Crazi nieces St imped, t line I) Kiilsaplpic StimpliiKpattP ns and rial lor call 7il K.st yacrumeato Cal tin.e NeNon Jt to sad- clus and outfits complete Fine cur- ri i id b h ir ess, whips, robes bl inkPts etc 31T K ilreet beutl for Photographs of aadUIes C S and retail bookxpiipr in I slut oner and dealer In bljjistreet T H l C Cor 8th anil T street, 'sell foi one of lln Ir prl ou th 11 tr el does a general banking business. Gnu u Wilson and staple dry goods [.iillc'Jtar ittentlon paid to orders Samplos sent free V u Box 2J1 KenrnurHfit, rwoblockw Irom nllroirl street, proprietors A K n A. t P onper Mar- and Oi mite fin K str-et Monuments Tomb anp gravo stones, Mamies tablp tops, Wash Htands-, etc i Hull m or Vermont m trblp Scotch ermilt monumeiHs marblplEeii slate mantles. lionis 4 ii ml dealers In cr ckery Klass and Chjnavvire nlitelwirc (utkrv, lamps, fin v i eelaln ptc J street be tweou tlfth nn I si th Sacramento ap9 SAT) FRANCIS CO t s -8M Mar ketstreit Phclmlilok Copying and pictures In crav In- dia Ink water colors lvor> types and sun pearls a tpeclul Bornhnm HH n, Aversion to Society, Mlmnesr I Vision, Noleoe lu the Head, tbe vlul laic viplne anobeerved lu the nrltie and ithor nUenstp that to and deatb DR. M1NTIK w II agree to forfeit five (luoclrad Dollurn lor a cafe of tbls mad th. VITAL (coder advice And treatment) will Dot care, or foi ftnvtbloe impure or irjarions tound ID DIi MINTIE all Private Diseases saccerr 'ully wltbont mercary Consnltatlau Free czamloatlon ano advlct Including of urine 16 60 Price of Vital SOabotJe, or four times tbt HMUllly, (Hi, to any apoti ofprlcc or C O. D pecurp from ob drratiuu In prlvato name If A, E MINTIE, M. l> I1 Kmtrncy Street SAMPLE BOTTLE FREEl will to anyone applying re- tatlng Hymptoma, eex and age Stn y In rogard ko all business traiwtotloaa, H S RIONPT RRMKU) NRPURKTIOCM all kinds of Ktdnei u biadocr   SIMMONDS' EXTRAC OF TROPICAL FRUIT. It is good for Sour Stomach, Sea Sickness and all Stomach troubles. Also Biliousness and Dyspepsia, and acts as a light Purgative. No necessity for taking a Strong Cathartic Ihe best physicans recommend it to everybody Particularly recommended by the Faculty for Ladies' Complaints Extracted from the following Tropical Fruits: Pine apple, Orange, Mangoes, Zapotilla, Bananas and Tamarinds Malarial Diseases of all Kinds Speedily Yield to its Powerful Action Nothing Equals it as an Appetizer. Its Tonic Properties are grand, and it RKtfEwN wasted Mtality and rejuvenates the system Try it and become convinced, genuine unless my signature is across the cork MISCELLANEOUS. Co., SOLE AGENTS FOR Washoe County. and Modoc counties, Cal PROFESSIONAL. UK. J. J. MOO HE, DENTAL SURGEON, >frlcc at W iggoier s residence oppo- Depot Holel M KPI a specialty ol fl ling and extracting teeth rmtunil teeth oy havlDg them flllra IN B raviT MISCELLANEOUS JOHN F. ALEXANDER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW District Attorney Office. Court nnvlOlf DAWSON, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON Office In Sunderlnml rooms 3 and 4 residence on West strtel. between Commercial Row nml Heconrt street rny< JNO. A. LEWIS M. D., HOMCEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN And Surgeon Offlcs and residence. Mil IrePt Reno Nevada, may2tf THE B. M CLAKKK. B. D KINC LAItKi: KINO ATTOBNEY8-AT-LAW In all State and OtBcen Reno Sunderlanu iulldlngr. rooms Sand 7, the SavlngiiBanfc feb3tf DR. W. BERGMAN, PHYSICIAN AND 8UBQEON. Office on Second street, next to Webster a aw offlie Reno Nevada DR. SPINNEY NO. I I KEARNEY STREET, San FranclMO, Oal. HO MAY BE 8DFFER1NQ FROM the effects of youthful follies or In iBcretlon. will do well to avail them elves of this, the greatest boon ever laid t the altar of sudcrlng humanity P1NNJY will guarantee to forfeit ar every case of Seminal weakness or rlvBte ulBease of Any kind or character hlch he underrates and fo'ls to cure. There are many at the age of thirty and xty who are troubled with too frequent vacuatlona of the oladder, acoom- anled by a nllglit smarting or burning ensatlon and a weakening ofthe system n a manner tbe put ent account ir On examtnlnK the urinary deposits ropy sediment will often be runnu. and orae small partlclex of albuman will ap ear, or tbe color will be of a thin mllklnh ue, again changing to a dark and torpid ppearance There are many men who e of this Olflk ulty Ignorantof tbe cause. hlch Is the second stage of seminal eakneas Dr S will guarantee a perfect inre In all such oases, and a bealtby iteration ofthe genitourinary organs. Office 10 to 4 and 6 to S. Sun- uys from 10 to 11 A. M Consultation ree. Thorough examlnttlon and ad vice P. B. For private diseases of short andlng a full course of medicines sul- clent for a cure, with necessary Instruc- ona, will be sent to any address 011 ro- elpt of Ten Dollars Call or address DH, CO, No. U Keaineytreeieaa Fnaliooo. Private   t or nil r i1 Chronic and Nervous cat.es of the HI ud, Bhlddt r rupllniiM. Ul Old bwellluc thO Cllll II-. >t Moullv, ThroxU lion PninM permanently cured and er the BjateiH for life N. KB Seiul Mentrtl and Phjnl 'VVfttkneids vinii- ory, tiluiit- lopntcns Inipod- ImcnU to etc, from or rmithrnl or any lly, Mfely P' ureil. Von i.e. Middle Aiced and Old men and ill who need medical nklll and .x conxult the old European slclan ai once His opinion noin- Inif, may nave fnturo misery and shame When Inconvenient to Ibe city for treatment medicines can be sent by express rn.in vaclon It in self evident that n phvM dan who bis attention to a class ol JlBeases uttaliiit skill und physicians throughoi-t the country, knowing this, frequently recommend dli- flcult cases to the Inlisi by whom every known toed remedy Isuicd The Doctor's and bxperke ce miike his opinion of Importance hose who c ill see no one but the Doctor Consultation free and ciiiittdenilnl Cases which failed In obtaining relief elsewhere especially so- licited Female diseases successfully treated Doctor will agree to forielt tl UOO fur a case undertaken, not cured Call or write Hours Dallv, Irora 9 a m to 4 p m 6 to 8 evenings Sund 10 to 13 onlj SJCWD KOK THE GUIDE TOHKALTH .SfcNTFKEK Addreia ai above, _____ PR. L1BIHO 8 Wonderful German ImHgorator Permanently prevents all Unnatural Lossr-n (rom ihe system, tone" the uerves, strengthens the inuscle'i.ehecksthe waste, Invigorates the whole svslem and re stores the afflicted to Health and Happl ness The reason so many cannot grt cured of Seminal Manhood.etc sowing to u complication failed PROS- TATOllKHEA.wilh HYIKRAbTHESIA, which requires peculiar treatment Dr Lieblg's Invlgorator la the only positive cure for Promatorrhea with peculi ir spe- cial treatment, used at the LIEBIQ D1S- PENSAKY If pimples appear on the face, If jou Become listless and despondent >ooK out forttie comBllcatlon wlin V ilal Weakness and lossof vltalltv known as Proslator- rhea. Hundreds of lives been lost or the want of proper trealment for this complication, and thousands have lost all .heir property 014 pleasure In life from ts effects ricoof Invliomior, Case of six bottles, SID Sent to any address, covered securely from observaifon Most powerful electric belts free to >atlents 1 o prove the wonderlal power ofthe In- vlgorator A Dottle OlTf n nr Kent Free. Consultation free and private Call or address LIEBIO DISPENSARY. 400UeHry ML, rj tu francNio Cal Private Mason utrnet four blocks up Geary from Kearnv, Mala entrance through Dispensary Drug Store. _____ ___________ VISITINO C4RW8 at the Office. ASTHMA CURE uron Asthma BroncliitN, Throat nni Lutijj ons oi Soic Throat Ho tr c t S( In th' fhtstor f Hie H-uk Pahis in the Bn k, BowdsHdis >llc Pneumonia MuisH oopin and Indig  dn.iif.hter of pii union! i c ust )t fo CoiiRliRim l u Ids unU hiuealwajfifound It cllcctlvc THKKfSA VOLNQ Rpvo, 2-> I have been cnrt-J oi nonrn IIGNH of months Mi ml Ing LhioiiKh Dr Ktrr'H AsUiini Cu when I l'i night hud lost my enll MKS MARIA COOK FourTPpn K -Vst urn i Cure cured me ol ahlhin i of 4 standing and i f olsoin strti l Hnn ?r i x Kco 1 lo lit s i Kt n H m i Cure curt J nn of p i uinont i -Mrs C uuo, TOO nd >ll 11 o n lh bottles of Kerr's hemorrhnat, ol ii e in io icett coll for C ill' i ni i nni N n it o Co r oti ol K urN h ma ur cur-r me of a gh of Ifi inoni lif. ind inc J C r luf j-d 1 irl ni, r uL h >1 f and n thttKerrs A.1- hmn i uie llj on it6 own nifiil1- so Ih n reniod> f r ov C >l Is flirott tinl I un_ ifltUJons, niiiv ttlon 1 on t HI Hi "W m  anl D ttlt WNTannonwDls of Henllli here an cffl oient and agreeable Tonic nud Ncrvlue la PREPARED 80LP BY TUTHILL. COX CO. 537 Clay Street. San FranoUoo. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or RENO, NEVADA aid up Capital.... Surplus Fund....... A GENERAL BVNKING BUSINESS transacted for rale t n Mr jtlnla Clt) Carcor, Sacramento Pran''le o New Vor) Moot ctil and tht. priucipa of RnglnDd KrHnci" Jtwltrcr 1, Sweden, Nonvaj Denmnrk UollHnd Belctum, KussU, Ita y and bpam at current atea DIRECTOaS D. A. Bender, Preildenti O. W. Vice President, C. T. Bender, Caahier Allen Cnrtin. A H. "annlng. T. K. HYMERS, Successor to H> mers A Comstock) propi TRIICKEE IVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses, nuveles and Saddle TO LFT BOARDFD ly the  M t nh oh so torn in is th IIILS M phjbio ans and the gc icril i UL Ayer's It lo-uln the li t is i truly nt 10 i I rill tl II i-.. If Uu, t is i lu Ic n" ll ufsci rui jUKUrULA i s i t 1 ijjt- u 11 1 txp 1 it fi y in 1'or con it in n 1 s fu t Uirrh, t'-> s M .4 1 r i i It 1m ui ilcrl s is 1 si p li i n-iusp 114 Xb.il i li 1 It   u A dosos pro- 11 1 re li, nt by in oilier i ir 

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