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Weekly Gazette And Stockman, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1888, Reno, Nevada Vol. 13. Pull shed bv1b1 thcb8dai , via shoe county Nevada thursday december 27, 188s. No 36. Bragg proprietor subscription Bates weakly of Yaw by Mill daily by earler per week Toal Paru advertising Bates Oao month one a month Tynan. T so Legal and commercial work. I Hartenc a bribed the Mill Utt of the Wei kit Gaz Btty and errors of omission Oce nned. Any Inbi Cilber who Dom not rect life Hli paper will plebe notify this the error can be rectified. Sub Ariben Are notified that the Date of the of their Rabior option i to be f Fraad the wrapper. Be etude committee of the Nevada lire i stack association held in Reno. March 16, i jw7. 8agbbrush Stockman wits de i dared to be the official paper of the Asso i elation. In naming it Anch the association i com not in any sense assume the Reip Ontl Bult rofrits future course the responsible Arlilea being those whose Ramea appear t tue head of thin column. Brevi ties. Constr state and boor Hood Itell Teere. The population of Tuscarora is in the Public schools of Reno Are enrolled 600 scholars. Owens Lake water is said to be a dead shot on Catarrh. An insane Man from Virginia City was committed to the Asylum last week. A Post office has been established at Emerald Bay Lake t. Kirby postmaster. D. Allen District attorney elect has Nove tothe court House preparatory i assuming the duties of his office. L last thursday As tie v. Sex Ress was near the old fair grounds a horse an the track was struck by the and killed. General Greeley of the United states signal service predicts that the deat Days of the present Winter will Between the 20th and 30th of j. Mccullough and Evan milians have been appointed by the gov members of the District Board Lof agriculture District no. 1, com Ormsby county. A Man by the name of Bailey san i fenced to the state prison for seven i months from Eureka county for Selling whisky to indians has been received by Warden Mccullough. Last thursday Albert Ross while loading a Carload of horses at the stockyards fell from the Schute striking on his Side and being very heavy he received a pretty severe Bruise. After nearly two years of arduous labor the Board appointed by the last legislature to select a site for the pro Indian school in Ownsby Washoe s exhibit. It Calls Rorth Tome by a ban Francisco Mao. The display of Washoe county pro ducts in the state Board of Trade rooms on Market Street is attracting considerable attention because Many who saw it had never heard of Washoe county before. I went to the Exposi Tion the other Day and registered As a citizen of Carson Nevada. Or. Smith one of the officers of the Board who was very cordial wanted to know what the news from Carson was and How the people generally were getting on. I told him that the Only news i knew was that Ormsby county had gone Republican that the govern ment building was going up steadily and that As far As i could learn the people were not complaining of hard times. Or. Smith said he was real glad to hear so much news from Carson and was More than pleased to learn that the people were the he remarked were you Ever in via shoe county How far is that from have i Ever been in Washoe echoed i. Well yes that s Good for then you can Tell us something about it. We have a Fine display of products from that county but Are not Able to Tell in amendments. Wei Hiim Bells. Quivers anything about the place where they were grown. Thompson who so kindly helped in placing the Washoe county exhibit in our rooms gave one of our men full information about the county but he has been sick for a month and we have not been in a position to answer the questions that the display called Forth. They have printing offices up there Haven t they i should think they would get up some kind of a de scrip their Validity Arird la the supreme court. On tuesday says the Carson a peal the Case of the Validity of the constitutional amendments passed upon by the legislature of 1885 came up before the supreme court. Amend ments 1 and 8 were chosen As the ones on which the Case was to be made. Amendment 1 provides that the legislature shall Convene on the third monday of january instead of the first and amendment 8 provides that the office of lieutenant governor shall be abolished. Attorney general Alexander argued in favor of the Validity of the Amend ments and Jud the Wells private Secretary of governor Stevenson opposed them. It was held that there were two Rea sons for invalidating the amendments. First they had not been properly Jour Nali Zed and nest they bad not been properly advertised. General Alexander held that the question of Journ Lizins was vague and that the strict letter of the Law had been modified. The question of Adver Tising general Alexander considered had been complied with by the Adver Tising of and it was therefore not necessary to again advertise in 1888, As the voters already had read them. Judge Leonard asked the very Perti nent question what a voter was to do who had not been in the state when marriage of a. J. Taylor and miss Annie Cook. The ceremony was performed at the episcopal Church by the Rev. We. Lucas in the presence of a goodly number of the elite of Reno miss Gertie Peacock acting As bridesmaid and Seymour Upson As Best Man. The Bride was dressed in Blue nun s veiling with handsome draperies of Spanish Guipre lace looped with clusters of Orange blossoms and wore ornaments Send it with such the expense of printing would naturally fall on the live pamphlet and exhibits As this. Local Board of Trade. What no Board of Trade no the first publication was made and the Learned counsel Subj tested that in that Case he had better not vote if he could not ascertain what the amendment which was Only numbered on the ticket referred to. The question arose As to How Many votes were necessary to cause a constitutional amendment to be adopted by the people. It was held that it required a major Ity of All the votes cast thereon mean ing the so that if Only people took the trouble to vote on county have selected a piece of ground on Clear Creek about three Miles from Carson. The Skeleton of a boy about 11 or ,12 years of age was found last Friday Between Virginia City Aud Sutro. The odor of the remains and the unbleached condition of the Bones led to the belief says the Enterprise that i the death was recent. Seattle s outlet. Mission on the Fraser River forty two Miles East of Vancouver b. C., and 145 Miles due North from Seattle w. T., has been selected As the Point unction for the Canadian Pacific Seattle Lake Shore Eastern the former Road will build fifteen Miles to the Boundary and the i Seattle company will build the rest. Chamber of Commerce no Mer chants league nothing of that kind you astonish me. Why in California and in nearly All the other states every Little one horse town or Village even has a Board o Trade to help advertise advantages. I should t think such a county As you represent Washoe to be would feel contented to let so Many people go by without inviting them to Stop and look around at least. And you. Say Reno the county seat is on the line of the Central Pacific Railroad Why. Every Day of the year men come West Over that Road looking for Lumes. It would help Washoe a great Deal to get a few of course the More the better i Don t know of any better Way to get what you want than to advertise for it. A straight Forward statement of the advantages of a town or county or a state will be sure to attract Atten Tion and win settlers. That s what we need Here in the West. Now just look Here and see what kind of literature our counties Are sending saying this or. Smith picked up a number of neat pamphlets setting Forth the advantages of nearly every county in the state. Some were done in colors with attractive covers and All were interesting. They were much More voluminous than the Little dodgers issued by the Nevada state Board of immigration a year ago. Controller Hallock sent me several thousand of those while i was East of the Rocky mountains and 1 blazed my Trail with them wherever i went distributing them on Railroad trains in hotels and wherever i thought they would d the most Good. For a starter that circular was All that could be wished. It was Well written the amendments and 51 voted in their favor those 51 vote s would be sufficient to pass them but the authorities of various states differed on the proposition. Judge Wells referring to the Chang Ingol the Constitution said it seemed a very simple thing to do when one reads the Law but from All Appeal ances the state has teen singularly unfortunate in any of its legislation on the subject. He considered that the action of the Senate in 18s5 had in strict compliance with the action of the of pearls and Orange blossoms. The bridesmaid wore a dress of Cream col ored Cashmere handsomely trimmed with Spanish lace and ribbons Aud wore Diamond ornaments. Miss Kittle Grippen the accomplished pianist and vocalist discoursed Sweet music on the Church Organ during the perform Ance of the impressive ceremonies. The following Are some of the Many gifts received by the Happy Bride to wit. A handsome Floral piece from m. A. Burke. Silver cruet stand mrs. E. Chris Tian. Berry dish mrs. S. Cliff. Set of Silver Teaspoons mrs. E. Col Well. Set of Silver fruit knives Charles Williams. Set of Silver Napkin rings George Mcfarlin. Individual Silver Salt and Pepper bottles miss Lizzie riddler. Gold watch miss Sykes and or. Pothole. Gold Bangle from friends. Plush reclining chair j. S. Gilson. China dinner set m. A. Burke. Lace bed set mrs s. Cliff. Hand made quilt end Rug mrs. S. Cliff. Coloured Crystal be normed set or. And mrs. Ira conker. Set of table Linen Las Gertie pea cock. Set coloured Crystal table glasses sey Mcm Upson. A pair of vases mrs. A a. Vescy. Al pliant Oil painting. Miss Maud Willard. Patent Rocker. Miss Mary Taylor half dozen Linen towels or. And Are. Sol Levy. Sewing machine from a Friend. Lii he photograph album or and mrs Conroy. Pair of vanes or. And mrs. Bird. Diamond pin Harry Wilson. Satin and lat e Case miss Emma Cook. Berlin Rug and parlor stove from a Friend. English Silver watch an heirloom 150 years mrs. J. Cliff. Plush toilet a Ifil manicure Sot from state univ Etsity. Cloning exert lab of the fall term the fall term of the state univer sity closed last week with an interest ing programme of exercises that Drew a larger audience than the Assembly Hall could accommodate. The literary exercises were preceded by the military Drill of the University cadets in a Large Field near the University Campus. The cadets were under the command of lieutenant Ducat and for about one hour they went through a variety of marches and evolutions that showed a rapid improvement for the Short time they have been under Drill. As their uniforms and arms have not yet arrived they drilled in citizens dress but they will be fully equipped Early in the coming term and soon take High rank in the manual of arms As their instructor is an accomplished officer of the United s army. 12 o clock All were gathered in the Assembly Hall. On he platform were seated the faculty the live Stu dents of the Normal class of 89 and the members of the Board of regents consisting of governor Stevenson Hon. W. Dovey and Secretary of state j. M. Dormer and regents elect Hon. H. L. Fish and Hon. Thos. H. Wells. The order of exercises consisted of orations by each of the class of 89, consisting of misses Rhodes Sherman Werner Daugherty and or. Van Duser. The orations were All original schol arly and meritorious and were delivered in an East and effective manner. Kuch Hearty applause and warm congratulations after the close of the exercises. Short addresses were thai made by governor Stevenson lieutenant Ducat and Hon. W. Dovey after which president Brown introduced regents elect Hon. H. L. Fish and Hon. H. Wells each gave Short addresses of congratulation upon the present standing Anil future Promise of the Nevada state University. The exercises closed with the singing of America by the choir with Hearty Aid from Many in the audience. One year from this Date it is predicted trains will be running from Montreal to Seattle by the route chosen. State land Offlee. Daring the week ending december 21st, ten applications for state land were filed embracing acres. Cash receipts. Payments on application. Payments on contracts. Interest payments total. Forty six township maps and 10 abstracts were completed and forwarded o county assessors As follows to Elko county 12 japs and 8 abstracts White Pine county 7 maps Nee county 6 maps and 2 abstracts Lin Coln county a Foamy i a. Mason has to give a Bond of administrator of the of the late or. Lax of the firm 4 lax who Are interested in am of Overfelt co., in and Well printed but it was not Sufler Cinelly voluminous to Tell All that the people going to Settle in a state want to know. California Oregon Washington territory Idaho Montana Utah and new Mexico outdid Nevada in the Way of advertising. They had topographical maps pictures of scenery and products statistics of yield per acre acreage under cultivation Waterways forests Prairie lands taxes Public indebted Ness Public improvements and All other information such As would be sought by men intending to move West. The Nevada Board of immigration has made a Good done All in its Power the Means at its command. No doubt the coming legislature will strengthen its financial resources Aud thus help it to become the Means of much advantage to the entire Wells Drury san Fyk Scisco 14 Octavia Street. The Gazette is printing for or. Thompson a voluminous pamphlet giving All the information that could be asked Gautt House had been in 1887 the action of both Senate and House had been irregular and the Amend mend had not been properly spread upon the minutes of the House either time. Judge Wells Laid great stress on the refusal of the Board to advertise the amendments As the Law plainly directed. He held that this advertising was contemplated by to give the amendments widespread publicity that each voter could vote Intelli gently upon the proposition. At the close of the argument the court took the Case under advisement. The matter will be very soon Dis posed of As it is necessary to have it settled to let members elect of the legislature know when they Are expected to be in Carson to begin their official knights of Honor election. At a regular meeting of Nevada Lodge k. Of h., at i. O. O. F. Hall thursday night the following officers were elected for the ensuing year s. Emrich dictator J. Berry v. D. S. Jacobs a. D. J. J. Becker t. P. H. Mulcayy r. V. Juven f. R. S. Upson g. N. V. L. Chucovich. I. G. J. J. Becker Morris Ash and n. Hammersmith trustees. The newly elected officers will be duly installed next thursday evening. The Groom. Silver and Cut Glass Pickle Jar or. And mrs. F. O. Abraham. Russian leather card and cards j. M. Fulton and l. F. Warner. Twelve years Awo. Death and Matrimony make a Good Jinny changes. Twelve years ago thursday Thomas in lion and A. Waldo arrived from Winnemucca and were to shortly open a grocery store. H. Van Gorder was Down from Virginia attending a meeting of the agricultural society. At a meeting of the Nevada state agricultural mining and mechanical society the following gentlemen were elected trustees c. Batterman c. Stevenson a apr Babcock d. A. Bender and Alvaro Evans. At an entertainment Given in Dyer s Hall for the Benefit of the congregational Church the following took part miss Julia Allen mrs. Charles Stod Dard miss Cross miss Emma Cut Ting mrs. We. Walker miss Katie Kinkead Willie Knox miss Martin miss Sadie Bragg and mrs. Dean Constable William Barlow had just cleaned out a pack of Chicken thieves. Incited to liquidate. The Virginia chronicle says that the suit of the creditors of the Bank of Gold Hill against c. Stevenson w. H Blauvelt d. O. Mills and other fib Scriber o f the capital Stock of the us Ipen Deil Bank who had not paid up the full amount of their subscriptions to compel them to do so the Money to be applied to the liquidation of the Bank s liabilities decided in favor of the creditors by the District court was Appeal Oil to the supreme court. That Tri Nina. Has just rendered a decision affirming that of judge rising d. O. Mills c. Stevenson co. Will now be compelled to forthwith. Public school closing. Stood show inc for the Vurm part of the Hrh ool year. As the year draws to a close the teachers and pupils of the Public schools Are looking Forward to a sea son of rest and enjoyment the former feeling that they have earned a Short season of recreation by faithful work performed As servants of the Public and the latter anticipating a youth. Is wont to do the pleasures of the hol iday season including gifts merry making and a Good time generally. Good Progress has been made through out the schools during the fall term now closing the examinations just held in the different departments showing a commendable degree of id pro vement in the various studies. The attendance has been Good and a whole the Public schools of Reno have never been in a More satisfactory condition than at present. Owing to the increase of pupils in the lower grades the trustees have decided of opening a new department with the reopening of the schools thus making a place for another teacher and Dame Rumor has it that one of the fairest of the present corps in about to withdraw from the Ard conf duties of the schoolroom confining her attention to one Pupil for the pre8- out. A class of six consisting of Oliree Young gentlemen and the same num Ber of the gentler sex will graduate from the High school at its close. It has not been the custom nor is it one intended to be followed hereafter to have a graduating class at this time of the year this being an exceptional Casa. Owing to the fact that some were enable to attend regularly during the last year and thus coir id not cont plete the prescribed course until the present time an Opportunity has been. Given them to do so. High school graduates. The exercises at the Baptist Church last Friday by the High school graduating class were highly interesting. The graduates misses Lottie Mapes Aletta Hollins Osworth and Pearte Steele and masters Frank coffin James Steele and Frederick c. Freer All acquitted themselves with credit which showed careful and intelligent training on the part of their instruct ors and close application by them selves. At the conclusion of the exercises the graduating class presented professor ring with an elegant Gold ring Frederick Frey making a Nice Little speech to which the recipient gratefully replied. Sacra appreciated. What Hale Bros. Co. Of mento think of the Gazette in into dec. 13, 1888. Or. Allen c. Bragg Reno be sin find enclosure of on Crocker Woolworth National the German emperor deaerlbea1. At Leipzig during the German emperor s recent visit writes a lady respondent i stood exactly opposite but majesty for hour and bad a capital View of him. He looked Pate and Haggard bus fair and Mustache. The Arm to carried As be Over does and it seemed a if it were quite stiff for to never moves it Bis Ivym Are decidedly Knock kneed lie is not Tail and not the contrary lie is slightly built. Is seemed Nice on the whole. People tried but it not sound enthusiastic to me English throats five nut cheers differently. The Kaiser did not appear to know what to Bank san Francisco in full payment of advertising. We shall resume advertising in the Interior papers next june and shall be pleased to negotiate with you the month preceding. We Are satisfied with the work accomplished for us by the Gazette and Here take occasion to thank you for courtesies extended. Very cordially Hale Bros. Co. Usu uni. App Vur us it and Altok Fluber it a curious met of affair. His majesty Only three hours in the City. Remained to have a t Ete scope. Senator Stewart telegraphs Charles Friend of Carson that a Bond for j has been forwarded to that City and As soon As it is returned with proper signatures the new Telescope for the Observatory will be shipped. Postal Konte changer a Washington dispatch of the 18lh inst. Says that the route from fort bid i Ell to Reno has been curtailed to omit Pyramid Sheepshead and Buffalo Meadows Aud will end at lie Gan Sta Tion

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