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Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - April 23, 1893, Reno, Nevada The Best AMMi Medium DAILY E KNAL VOL XU RENO WASHOE COUNTY NEVADA SUNDAY MOANING APRIL 23 NO aa STATE Published Dally and Weekly by Keiley Webster H Business Manager Or 3 OO IS Dally one year by mall Dally six months Dally by Carrier per week Weekly one year by mall 9 OO Weekly six 1 oo Daily containing the latest tele- eilo It published every day except The Weekly published on The Comfort Tonsorial Parlors No 9 TIBOINIA A V HELMOLD Proprietor Comfort of patrons the first consideration HOT UNO COLD BATHS AT ALL is next to Godliness RUSS J SULLIVAN HOUSE Proprietor HOTEL IS HALF A ute's walk from the three railroads centering In Reno finished and elegantly furnished with rooms to suit all purses Finest of wines Liquors and Cigars con- stantly In stock Call and be and you will come again MISCELLANEOUS TWENTY YEARS AGO Physicians sent their throat and lung patients toward the tropics Now they send them the among the pines Sufferers from throat and lung les experience a sense of relief in the fragrant atmosphere of a pine country Santa Abie IB prepared from Abietine Balsam ob- from a rare species of pine found only in California and and from Yerba Santa better known as Mountain Balm Soothing healing and restorative Santa Abie is a less remedy for coughs colds croup asthma bronchitis and all other dis- eases of like character Easy to take quick in its effects Every bottle guaranteed 8 liLI S J HODGKINSON CHARLES I ARCHITECT MP CONTRACTOR in buildings of Contracts far sny building the University Orders will prompt A NEW LINE OF Spring and Summer JUST RECEIVED A LA BOB OF GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATS CAPS ETC Fine Line of Extra Qualify fa up The Best Brands of BOOTS and SHOES IN THE MAKKET UP NOBBY SUITS Made to Order from Up COMMERCIAL BOW KENO NEVADA J M REISTO Sole Agent for the Celebrated WROUGHT IRON FENCE Designs and Prices Sent upon Application State Line Mills Clear ai Lito Lie 1 POSTS Address S A HAMLIN Reno Nevada or Marinol Nevada 13 DRUGGIST am APOTHECARY Row Reno Nevada FROM THE PUREST DRUGS ONLY of Wall Paper Paints MAKING LIQUID Alfc A SCIENTIST EXPLAINS HIS i Professor Experiments May Prore to Be tbe Greatest Investigations of tbe Oases Reduced to it Fluid State The Pall Hall Budget of London pub Interview with Professor James Dewar on what is represented as being great scientific that of making liquid air Introductory to the interview the article says that his of permanent gases and the one of to preserve great cold mark the most important chemical dis- of the century It held by scientists that any gas may be liquefied if the and cold may be obtained and a vessel of sufficient strength to withstand tbe great pressures Of the gases that may be liquefied bonic add gas has been found to be the readiest has been known for many years that it could be liquified it has generally been A prepared only in small quantities for scientific uses The use of compressed air as power has presented many difficulties the principal one being its hence large vessels be used in order to get a sufficient amount Of motive power and it is hard to make these strong enough and at the same time in weight As a motive power it is used at a sure of from 900 pounds But if Professor Dewar has discovered an eco- and ready way of liquefying it it will tend to solve a problem in ing a motive power in storage bulk that will be of great benefit to tbe students in this line In the talk with the ative of The Pall Mall Budget be 11 don't think there's very much to say because I've told all 1 have to tell about the mutter in my two lectures but i do believe there's a great deal more to be learned about the subject You see at present we've got down to 310 degrees below zero and the lowest possible temperature is 874 degrees be- low If we get some 80 degrees tower down we liquefy hydrogen Hydrogen bus never been liquefied in a free state yet Mow it's a strange thing that air can be made into a fluid Von would think as oxygen can be liquefied t degrees and nitrogen not until degrees that as you made the air older and colder the oxygen wonld be- owe liquid first and then the nitrogen saw that prediction made in a ard work only the other day Now 1 are say yon will ask why the oxygen come down first Stepping quickly book to the desk enaor up a pencil and began with rapid strokes on the book a letter Tbe diagram when it was looked more like tbe law of returns turned up on one side han anything that 1 am acquainted While he drew he rapidly ex- lained how tbe influence of atmospheric on tbe different volumes of rogen and oxygen in air makes them soil almost exactly at tbe name nre As he made each point he frowned little drawing up the wrinkles between is eyes Now that in tbe old days would have been taken as providential dispensation The strange bing is that when liquid air evaporates again they are under tbe same pressure nd the nitrogen goes off first as you would expect Ozone can be liquefied by acting on he vapor given off from liquid oxygen by electricity It is a splendid dark blue color almost as dark as indigo Ozone Das not the same molecule as oxygen and tbe electricity breaks up three twos nto two That is tbe secret of it he queer thing about liquid ozone hat when it goes back into gas again it Yon Wouldn't think it but it s stronger than dynamite as an sive It's simply because the ozone goes back into the molecular form of oxygen so fast Tbe force that comes from the makes it explode without meeting with any outside body It's a tremendous explosive We have discovered that liquid oxy- gen acts as a lens It is so transparent to heat so to speak that even at 183 legrees below zero yon can focus beat op it from one side and light a piece of by it on the other Yon know bat's just happens in the earth Phe sun's beat gets on to the earth through the lens formed by the of space which is HO cold that it any temperature at y zero Professor Dewar gave a lecture on Air at the Royal institution in tbe presence of tbe Prince of Wales tho Duke of York Lord Salisbury and other notable perrons He showed that by the withdrawal of beat tbe air is converted nto a liquid with total loss of chemical properties incapable of supporting com- or of entering into combination even with phosphorus and sodium while certain physical properties remain The conversion of oxygen into ozone was also described aud the retention by oxygen of its peculiar optical properties at the lowest temperature was demonstrated by the very dense and well defined hands of its spectrum In ordinary oxygen shows no unreasonable thermal absorption but at low temperature its thermal absorptive power becomes man! tat on Enemy the luxurious oriental monarch trading himself hard pressed by his enemies gathered his guards nto wives concubines and children together with all his treasures and set fire to the thai thwarting the hope foes entertained of taking him Stti MISCELLANEOUS Z oo oo 00 Exchange Bought and Sold throughout the United States and Europe Takes Tele- graphic Transfers Geo W Mapes Bender George H T By tile Month or Year at 60 cents per Month Real Estate ill Insurance Agent Scottish Union A National Insurance Com- pany of Great Britain Home Insurance Company of New Tork German-American Insurance Company of New Tork National Assurance Company of Ireland Springfield Fire and Marine of Springfield Northern Assurance Company o Norwich Union Fire Norwich if London Insurance Society of Fire Association pf Philadelphia 1 of San Sun Fire and Mai Phoenix American Fire Insurance r Han any of I Company New Hampshire Insurance Company of better Orient Insurance Company of Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Mutual Company of Cal nent Insurance All Fire Insurance on Day of Application Properly Bought and Sold on Commission Property Rented Rents Collected Loans Negotiated Cto Gil to Lands in any part of Nevada and Lassen and Sierra Counties in California Office in THOMPSON'S BLOCK ST Reno Nev HALE METHOD OF PAINLESS NEIWiBTOfiE IK J BAB or the of advertising Hale Method of Rainiest Filling Absolutely painless without Chloroform Oat OFFICE IN STEELE BUILDING BOW BOOTS SHOES The Cheapest in Town ALL DONS IK A tfo Botch Work Allowed to Jo Out of tl H F Virginia May Be Worse What more awful to said lecturer glaring about the relentless power of the Aad henpecked looking man in tbe rear of ine building SFm Or ZS Here are a Few Testimonials from Citizens Who have Already TrIN the Dr affords me pleasure to say that tbe Bate method of painless filling opens a new era in the dental world After baring mewl very sensitive cavities filled by you with gold and amalgam with results I am of the opinion that the method is far beyond competition HENRY Dr answer to your request for my candid opinion M to the Hale method of Rainless filling I beg to state that I went to one of Or finest operators in Ban Francisco and he filled several teeth for me with more or less pain but when he came to the one you have lost filled It was simply impossible for me to the torture consequently I asked him to stop which he did I thought I would be obliged to have the tooth extracted I wish to state that in five minutes after yon commenced to operate there was positively no pain it felt Just as if yon were cutting a piece of wood I am so highly pleased with the manner in which you filled the tooth that I feel it but just to express my appreciation of the method It is all you claim for it CHARLES HOPE Dr have had teeth extracted before by so-called less methods but yon are the only operator who has extracted teeth without pain Your method of extracting surpasses my most sanguine tations MBS H Dr gives me great pleasure to state that I am convinced of the excellence of your method I expected to suffer fully having the cavity filled as it was the worst one i had to have done In about five minutes after yon began to work on It I was satisfied that V would not hurt which it did not during the entire operation The tooth yon extracted is one I haye been dreading for eight years aud after consulting In Sacramento who advised me not to have it removed as the ordeal might prove injurious to my health and also disfigure my face Yon extracted the tooth without a particle of pain and I will have no further dread of the dental chair providing I can obtain the Hale Method ole Agent f or Heno Carson Virginia City and all Western for this Budweis Lager Beef solicited and all orders promptly attended to A trial will convince of its superiority over all other brands in the market Dr using Halo's Painless Method as administered by you in the extraction of teeth I can bear testimony that the results are factory and can be extracted painless by said method Respectfully HENRY J NEYLAND Dr believe that the Hale Painless Method of filling is destined to lead the world hi Its especial field of ullness I am particularly impressed with It owing to the fact that one does not lose consciousness while having teeth filled and at the same time does not suffer a particle of pain are at liberty to refer any one who contemplates having teeth flUed tome JOHN eading Bool and Shoemaker BENO DEALER NEVADA STATE J O U R N A Published Daily and Weekly WIELAND'S LAGER Sole Agents for the State of Nevada for the sale of Wieland Brewing Company's M and Me Lager Beer HEADQUARTERS AND HOUSE and terms given to the wholesale trade All orders for general nse promptly filled and attended to OH THE JOURNAL JOB IB TO DO ALL OF BANK OF NEVADA NOTICE Vice President Daniel Meyer of San George Unwell of Blko M D M E Ward J N Ems 0 0 and L Abrahami of Beno Tbe Bank of Nevada Beno with a capital of and liberal credit i and bankers Is better able than ever to transact business ace of the people Is respectfully solicited will pay interest on time deposits at the rate of 4 per cent charge for exchange on Coast business will be node to pu Irons The Bank will buy and sell on San 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