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17 Apr 1879

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17 Apr 1879

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Weekly Reno Gazette (Newspaper) - April 17, 1879, Reno, Nevada Reno weekly Gazette thursday april 17, 1879. A new opposition. A remarkable pamphlet is being distributed All Over California which attacks the new Constitution from the the Workingman s stand Point. The writer says "1 know very Well that a Large portion of our party has dosed the Constitution but that was before it was completed grew changes were made. We cannot an Derse it because our enemies oppose it. We Are Are fresh in politics am ignorant of the Wiles of oily Politi Ciais and Nlay be to the it cure the evils w pm Plain answer covers forty eight pages. 7he first paragraph Gays we demanded a Lien Law an they gave us Thia 3es. 16, article 20 mechanics Etc., shall have a Lien upon tie property Upen which they have labor and the legislature shall Provida by Law Etc. This Lien does net attach to the Laid. At pres we can Mako a Law to suit us under the new we canst. We demanded a reduction hours of labor and get Section 17, article 20. High hours shall constitute a Day s work on All Public work. This Dees not apply and even Public men can hire by the Hoar. We demanded a Law to make water Public property and got one that says Al water appropriated now or hereafter for Salt is subject to control of the state. That which is Only a Law new becomes part of the Constitution am perpetuates the evil. We demanded a limitation of land monopoly and pro posed several plans to effect the Reform the new Constitution perpetuates it we demanded that and Citie be restricted from creating debts by when the rings were heard from the financiers struck Cut All limitations and now a debt can be created Hequn the value of the property. Above All we demanded action an the Ohi Nese question but the came up in Force and took out All the vitality. We then asked for a Section to a test Case in the Supra i court but were refused. It wan further and mocks at us thus Asiatic coolie ism is a form of slavery and is forever prohibited in this state. Now Reader observe the trick. There i reference to chinese coolie ism. The reference is to Asiatic Dees not exist tha whole subject from first to last is reviewed in the same Way and it will prove a Elvdge Hammer in the fight a warning. Somewhat extended in Culi forma lend us to believe that there is More probability of the new cens Titu Tien carrying than most people sup nearly All the men were members of the convention Are work ing hard for it and so Are some of the most energetic newspapers in the state. The fear that the Gazette expressed recently that the Over zealous efforts of its opponents against it might bring about a in Public senti ment wag Well founded. A great Many of the arguments have no terrors for the men who have Harlly a Dollar in the world. They say we can be no worse off let us shake things up a Little and have a change. If anybody is Hurt it won t be us. Even in the mining Camps there Are a 0.-eat Many who will vote the silly party line has been drawn As clearly As possible and a great Many men Are voting with the workingmen simply because they Are too stupid to see that their principles As Well As As their financial interests lie with the opposition. The caucasian league is very Strong in the mining districts of Nevada county and is working for it strongly. The intelligent miners sue the peculiarly bad effects of the blow on that Industry Aud Are try ing to prevent it. Nearly All the Small Farmers Are in favor of it and but for the towns the agricultural districts would go largely in favor. Good judges believe that Al Dorado Placer and Colusa will vote with Nevada very close. Apropos of tie passion play now on the boards a Saa Francisco we resurrect the following thirty three years n frisson play1 was represented at though it was regarded by the com Muity is blasphemous and Sac Eligi the theatre was crowded in Hie crucifixion scene h Stugus took Are and nearly fifty people lost their lives in the ensuing panic. There has been no passion play in Quebec since. John f. Swift is a Republican candidate for governor of California. John will find that the race a not Al ways to the Swift. The Republican party Wou t enter him. Angora goats valuable pelts. The Mutton is Good Samn say better than that of the sheep and the pelts much More valuable Tan Ning. The common Goat skin is Little Batter than the sheep skin but the Angora skin is Fine grained and very Strong. Any experienced Workman can Tell by the feeling of the tanned Skias whether the goats wore half three fourths or seven eights Angora also by the looks so striking is the difference. The skin is unt rough is Tine soft and Tough. Far strings and lace Belt lacing As Well As for Carriage Robes Aud Glovon they Are found to be excellent. About one half the increase of every flock Are males and As they Are used for Breeding unless Tho mohair ii very Fine they Are killed atom six months to two years old for Mutton and pelts. The half and three fourths Breed Goat skins Are now Worth from fifty sixty cents for tanning the finer Breed pelts Are North from one Dollar to three dollars each far making into Rabes trimmings Etc. As the goats thrive in places where other Stock cannot be advantageously raised it would seem that Many Rook canyons in California might be used for raising Angora gnats and a fac tory to prepare the Kioh Fer Market would undoubtedly make foothill tidings. Nevada is excellently adapted to this valuable animal and there Are several Large bands Between Here Anc Verdi As Well As others elsewhere. The negro exodus. The exodus the coloured Peeple from the Only Home they and their ancestors have known for centuries is o the greatest interest students every phase of human Ufa. If the emigrants Settle in communities by themselves instead of scattering Oul among White settlements they will sink into a condition about As Hope less As that of their Kin in Africa. There will be Little to attract Intelli gent White men to their Tawns Anc these who do live among them will so Only for bad purposes. The popu lation will run into habits of drink of theft and every form Lazy crime As water runs Down the Hill. Their superstitions will grow into a controlling belief the same As religion does some of them now. They will have few Virtues the Best of them and the worst will present an appalling picture the Depths of the human heart murders will be frequent incest a thing to Wink at and horse stealing a prime Industry. The Leve of society will be so Lor that no con caption its Depths now be had. 4. Boomerang. The circular issued by the Sacra Bank before the new con Statuti Nohad been published giving notice Hiat depositors would receive less interest and borrowers pay More if i car Ries has lost Una dress of votes to their cause. A Man on the consumes received a notice that his interest would be increased enough to any the tax on his mortgage unless he paid his note. A neighbor of his was informed that his Deposit would draw him enough less interest to pay the taxes imposed. They compared notes and the come Quence was a ride to Sacramento the beit Day. Or. Depositor handed in Bis Book Aid said i will draw my Money if you which took out he passed Ever to his neighbor who said i will lift my and gave his mortgage to the retired depositor. This Little trans action travelled like a Prairie fire. Every mania Dorado county had heard of it before sunday. If the Bank had held its circular until this Ime and put it out now it would Lave had a telling effect but As it is the chances Are that it did Mere harm than Good. The editor of the Geld Hill news tearing the word jackass mentioned Iricks up his ears and asks As a special Avor that family affairs to kept out print. Does the news Man think one touch of nature make the whole world if he does and the Fain by a ant is distasteful we will refrain rom calling his Humboldt relation by t. The immortal Dinis Chairney got picked sunday on his Awn Dunghill. A Man named same wha mauled Wellock a few Days t. Kearney showed his respect for he to Gavin per lace by Yelling for heir assistance at the top of his voice. Rahat a swaggering cow Day Knave or Denis is anyhow. The belgian government has excelled Herr heist the German social St who has been editing in Brussels n imitation of la lantern. He has Iso been expelled from France. Edu but the san Francisco Stock a Exchange the indecent performances at the Melodean and minor theatres and at the Bush Street Standard will be continued until further notice private boxes Fer the special accommodation of policemen who Don t want to be seen but see Are engaged for the sea i son and no arrests heed be anticipated even the new Constitution strange to say does not interfere with these business people. It rather encourages them by saying that any woman May engage in any business she pleases and if she engages in a dive to peddle lager Beer and Strych nine whisky it s Lier own business and else s. It is one of the mysteries of City life that these factories of hoodlums and criminals Are allowed to give pub Lic exhibitions. If the Gazette was published in san Francisco it would tee that they were suppressed. George William Curtis does not pre Fer Grant As Republican candidate far the presidency but the vast majority of the party Are of a different opinion. P. Poit. The wish is father to the thought. The vast majority the Post Speaks of consists principally of the bread and butter the whisky ring sters and the associate press agents. They will find it very hard to mar facture anything like a unanimous sentiment that Way. We do not believe it exists or Ever will. At Vienna the hungarian women Are considered the prettiest and beat dressed the fair haired poles and bohemians the most stylish the Vieu Nese the Sauci est most coquettish and attractive and the croats the ugliest. The daughters of sunny Italy were in much favor in the capital of Francis Joseph before he lost them with their provinces. Tha late Dull times have driven Many men from mercantile pursuits and the Learned professions into farm ing. The majority seek the West but the East is also feeling the Good effects of the reduced Price of Provis ions. In new England the Farmers Are Mort numerous than in any Previ Ous Tine within the last Twenty years. The London detective is a More use Ful animal than the new York Breed. They fished up an Apple Box full of Bones out of the thames recently and have found out who used to pack them around although each piece was wrapped up in a separate piece of paper and All that could have been of any help were missing. Some of the Southern papers Are saying that the negro exodus amounts to nothing. Then Why do they make such a fuss about it did they take counsel of Thair fears and cry out be fore they were Hurt or did they know that the treatment of the negro justified him a emigrating and entered a protest before he started we would like to have seen Hen. To. Medill s face when he read this from the san Joae Herald the proprietor of the Chicago times Hon. Joseph Medill is now in san Francisco making a personal and prac tical investigation of the chinese problem. He ownes the Tribune which has War with the times on everything. We give to Day the Points of prof. Frank Stewart s report on the Golden fleece mine. Tha most important item in it for Reno is that he argues with or. Donahue that the formation is exactly like the Comstock and will run into Rich Ore in a very Little ways. Read the Repart. It is glorious news if True. The scotch snob who has the Honor of being the son in Law to Queen Vic Toria has supplemented the Bias i dress order of his wife s provincial court by invading the constitutional rights of the canadians. The Kan sucks live too close to Uncle Sam s Plain talking family to Brook this Semi Royal tyranny. They Are Likely to make trouble for his Brevet majesty. The Austin reveille notes the return of senator who has been vis iting san Francisco for the Benefit of his its a Peculiar coincidence that nearly All the members who fell Down on their pledges were to economical As save Money enough out of their per diem to make Long rips to the Bay. Most of them went for the Benefit of their too. Only a coincidence that s All. We give to Day an extract from Stewart s report on the Golden fleece. Everybody in Nevada in tows that i Ravine Mountain is a perfect pile of Ore which would build up a City Here at its foot if capital came in. Reao will Welcome cordially and assist Man rally anyone who undertakes the work. What have the Good people of Reno been doing that they should be compelled to Swallow a half column Artile about the Gazette local editor taking a Bath at the Springs on Sun Day the Novelty of the event is the Only explanation that can possibly be stage. No one has Ever been obliged to read that anyone connected with the stage took a Batik Theodore Tilton a lecturing to crowded houses in Ohio. It has been hinted by the Nevada Wita that Ohio had been depopulated by the Call for government officials. It ratify bag to know that she has a Houseful left to listen to or. Tilton. Eureka proposes to tax each and every dog two dollars. A goad Man with a Good Dag would cheerfully pay the tax and the curs could be used As fertilizers. Let Reno have a dog tax by All Means. A Carson doctor went East on a visit and while he was away All Bis patients got Well. He says he has to begin life at the Bottom again and build up a new business. The French government intends to present the Prince of Wales a com plete table service of Sevres China in return for his services in connection with the exhibition last year. The furniture a the grand Union Hetel Saratoga recently levied upon for unpaid taxes was bid in by sex judge Lester agent of the Stewart estate who subsequently paid the amount of the Levy. The san Francisco chronicle objects o having the learn elites called bum mers. While it is True that every meant elite a nut a Bummer it is dollars to apples Thrett every Bummer is a Kearn Elitc. See what Western boys can a. Every Inaa in the Gazette press room is a native of California and we will match them in any Way against a similar number in any country. Two performers in a variety troupe were married on the stage at the close of the performance in an Eastern Thea tre last week. Why is it not As Good a place As a Church for Tyng the yesterday for the first time in eighteen years a Democrat presided Over the Senate. Vice president Wheeler was sick and Thurman was elected president pro Tarn. A French physician has discovered a disease that Only attacks Bank clerks. What is needed is a disease especially adapted for hotel like apoplexy or the cholera. War is threatened in South America. Bolivia Chili and Peru May have a Little of the Gunpowder so necessary to the happiness of that Section. The Bey of Tunis has opened an arabic printing office. The director is likewise editor of the raid Al Tunis the Only paper that appears in Tunis. Bullion is a new journal published in new York far the sum of fifty cents per year. The Low Price makes it everyone s duty to take it. The new instrument which the Workings in in California want for a constitute n might to called an instrument of Hewitt has circulated copies of his speech on the election Laws. He is anxious to save his country. Weekly Gazette 50 per year in Advance. Every new subscriber can see Edwards s. Foot. If you please the Opportunity to say that u. S. Stands a poor show for 1880. Yellow jacket has stung the boys no one Dollar. A Washoe woman bets she can say a thousand words in a thousand hours. We miss the journal very regularly Heso mornings. Crayons real name is. H. Strother. This is the time of year when the new Gate item travels. Grey Isaacs grand opening. Jymm go have reopened on commercial Row Neil the to of Iraq. Sime Nate s Dri Stere with the largest and most elegant Stock of dry goods carpets wallpaper Etc., Etc., that has Ever been brought to Reno. Heavy sufferers by the great fire we Are still Able to sell lower than the lowest. Our past record is sufficient guarantee that what we Promise we will Ful fill therefore we repeat we will not be undersold by any one on the contrary we will As heretofore undersell All. So come one come All and secure the greatest bargains that has Ever been offered in Reno. Very Grey Isaacs api9-tf commercial Row Reno. Sir Astley Cooper s vital restorative. The great English remedy nervous debility premature decline mus Cular weakness lost manhood defective memory paralysis. Despondency and All conditions produced by Youthful indiscretions or excesses in mature years. Price a bottle or four Tolmei the amount 10. Sent to any address by the proprietor a. E. Miniie m. D. Graduate University of Pennsylvania late resident surgeon Ruthop Cedlo hos Pital Philadelphia no. 11 a Abney Street san f1unci9co, or can Hud of All or. Myntie it Large Hospital experience enables him to treat All diseases of a delicate or private nature in the most scientific Man Ner charges reasonable. Consultation free. Thorough examination and advice including an analysis of urine 5 office 10 to 8 and 6 to 8 evenings sundays 11 to 1 Only. Judi Mem Osburn Shoemaker. Agents Ryphe leading photog Raphelt of san Francisco. No 8 Montgomery Street opposite the Palace hotel. And Bula Kuito old Fly Token a spent Alt. Pictures taken in two seconds by electricity fit the cheapest try goods Mousie in Sacramento t Rothfeld bros., having a resident buyer in new receive the latest styles and novelties orders for goods or samples will have our special attention and As fell exe used As if selected in person. Rothfeld bros., n. E. Corner sixth and j Sacramento Deelta i. Y. Cobhill. Plaza grocery store. Hill Cornell wholesale and retail Choice family groceries and provisions. Wines liquors and 2so j Send for samples Aitken fish Pioneer Mabble works 177 k Street Between sixth and seventh s1cbamehto. Monuments crave stones and Tomb mantels table tops stands Etc., Etc. Designs on exhibition. M. Hawcroft Anekt Fob Hano. Tecl of office at the Solo factory

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