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Weekly Reno Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1883, Reno, NevadaToil. 8. Reno weekly Gazette Reno Washoe county. Nevada thursday november 8, 1883. No. 29. Published every thursday by r. L. Fulton. Proprietor Alum g. Brabb bus Hesi manager. Bate of subscription Dally one year by weekly one year by mall. 2 60 by Carrier per week to All of Reno. Hates or adv Tisino Murby Christmas. To who his old account or makes a Between now and Christ Mas we. Will give As a Premium the Continental Magazine a handsomely illustrated journal published this applies to both daily and weekly but. Not to club the future of every step that reduces the Cost treatment says the Chicago join ing review opens up to pro Flat working thousands of tons of Ore in every Camp already mined and ready to be utilised the improvement of transportation facilities the establishment of Mills and furnaces the completion of roads and All that saves in the expenditure of time or Money adds 90 much to the value of the product and the profit of mining. The i n aug Industry has been established and built up under the most Adverse circumstances and now every and Vance in the direction of improve ment will be to the advantage and Benefit of the Miner. In the Al most inaccessible localities where so Many mines Are opened Only the most valuable ores will pay for i Mig transportation and costly methods of extraction. There fore the output of mines which All Cost Money and labor must be sorted and separated a part to be almost entirely consumed by the great expense necessary and the other part to remain practically worthless until the measure of the Cost has been reduced. As the subsidence of water on an overflowed tract at each stage brings a thou Sand objects into prominence so the decrease of every Dollar of expense will change the condition of the Ore dumps of the whole Man ing country and give them a value. Thus it will be. Seen that nothing can be Woree but every change must be an advantage and Benefit hence the future Outlook is most promising and encouraging. The formation of Ore veins according to the showing of or. Fleitmann of Germany does not necessarily involve such Long Peri ods of time As geologists have assumed. Or. Fleitman states that two years ago he had the Bot Tom of a stable pit filled and ram med with common Clay containing Iron. The pit had served its Pur pose for storing manure for about years during which time occasionally to prevent overheating water had been poured Over it. Lately it had become necessary to remove the pit when the Surpris ing fact wbb revealed that the Clay had entirely changed in character and had become White it was moreover divided in numerous directions by fissures from 1-25 to 1-16 of an Inch in Width which were filled by compact Iron Pyrites. The explanation offered of this remarkable phenomenon is that the Iron oxide Clay was changed Iby the water containing sulphate of ammonia into Iron and the latter had in Aci Pranee molecular attraction deposited itself in groups of fissures the form. In which it was found there Are mrstny suggestions rela Tive to increasing the demand for1 Silver dollars a very sensible one proposes the suppression of the one and two Dollar notes seems to be the most feasible. If these notes out of Tho Way a vacuum be created for about 000 of Silver the objection raised against the suppression of the Small without them we should have nothing with which to make Small remittances in been removed by the introduction of the postal Notee. Spa Fri met them fight. The democrats of York have got into a controversy which bids fair to end in the nomination of two democrats for mayor. The courier of that City an influential democratic Organ refuses to take any part in the quarrel. It says such of the disinter ested onlookers As Are getting impatient to see the courier take off its coat and make a fool of itself by striking into the Row May As Well move on. We shall not shed any Gore nor shall we treat either of citizens in whose interest Thia auction has been raised As a villian and a Trai Tor to the of course the republicans Are pleased at the out look claiming that unless the breach in healed they will elect not Only their mayor but the state senator Abd three assemblymen. Labor at the International labor con at Paris yesterday the following resolutions were adopted this convention records its opinion that the principal end to be pursued is to limit the hours of labor and thus Render supportable the Posi Tion of workingmen of All nations. This is attainable in two ways namely legislation for the Protection of the weak against Competition and the organization of working Rien who should be United and disciplined in their duty. The Workin Graen to direct their efforts against the unjust Laws which Ren Der an organization of labor impossible and hinder International legislation which is so necessary to ameliorate the condition of the working clashes. Ads Tokib notes. Massachusetts democrats Are predicting Butler a defeat by they will allow him to be beaten because if he is elected he will appear before the democratic National convention and demand a Nomina Tion for president. Butler ought to be Able to derive a grim sort of satisfaction from the spectacle of the leaders of a great political party running away from him at the top of their Speed lest he make a Sud Den grab and Kidnap the whole party of the United states Renews his recommendation that the Preemption Law be re pealed and the Homestead act be amended also the total repeal of the Limber culture on the desert land act he finds entries have made for speculative purposes with no intention of rec lation. He says the Timber and Stone land act is flagrantly violated. 1 the Ohio democrats have reason to be proud of the scholarly Abili ties of the Man they recently elected governor says the Call. It is said that understands Short hand can Telegraph and is a Mas Ter of classics. To couple his name with the presidency therefore seems not at All out of place with such acquirement be ought to be fitted for the office the disposal of Public Laud Dur ing the year embraced acres and Indian lands acres making the increase Over 1882 of about acres and Over 1881 of about acres. Receipts from All sources were and from sales of Indian lands total lady Anne Blunt daughter of the Earl of Lovelace and his late countess Ada Augusta. Byron so strongly resembles he Grandfather lord Byron that when presented to the Queen her majesty kissed her say i no i do that for the love i Bear your ancestor the poet whom i most Lovel the coinage executed at the mints during october was 704 of which was Silver dollars the Treasury to Day Peri chased ounces of Silver for Philadelphia new Orleans and ban Francisco mints. Pikes Peak has been surveyed for a narrow gauge railway from Mau Itou to the work is to be commenced at once. The maximum Grade a to be "300 feet to the judge the governor elect of Ohto returned to Phil Adelphia Jund again placed him Earo of his physician. A full hand of Drom Ioa. There Are two families living near Gainesville ga., the members of which Are so much alike that Many amusing mistakes take place. The Heads of the respective households Are John and Lane Pasco. They arc twins and look exactly alike. Two or three years ago boy mar ried twin who look and dross exactly alike. The boys built two cottages that look exactly alike and each lady has a child Al out the same age who look very nearly exactly alike. All Are in excellent health and recently the whole party drove to town behind a Span of Beautiful mules that were nearly exact matches. The boys Are partners in the mercantile and gentlemen. Bp1toiuall hot is. Large contracts Are being carried out in English shipyards and the greatest activity is being shown in their execution. The ships in course of construction Are All of the War class and of great fighting Power. The work is being pushed because it is said in government circles that Early additions to the Navy Are of vital necessity in View of the French and hessian activity. In Ohio it is reported that Pendleton and Thurman have effected an arrangement Pendleton is to be returned to the sen ate and do All he can to procure Thurman s nomination for presi Dent. The grand jury of Onondaga county new York has indicted All new dealers who sell the police news police Gazette and classing them As obscene prints. Municipal elections were held throughout the United kingdom yesterday. The results show Large conservative gains. It is hinted that the Man who robbed Storey county is the same one who wrote Beautiful Snow. Halloween. On halloween tradition asserts the dead arise and walk Forth while spooks arid goblins make their visits and Knock and the boys Anil Girla Are licensed to Swap clothing with each other and take the Good maus Gate from its Runty hinges race through his Back Yani and do about As they like. Thursday night the girls were out dressed in friends while the boys were wrap Ped in Calico. The Best part of this Forenoon has been spent in setting to rights the doings of the practical jokers a Peculiar Case. The be veil of the 30th ult. Says a letter from or Booth an you vices that the surgeons of the holy Cross Hospital Salt Lake have Mude a very careful examination of his son. For a Utah they thought he had an abscess growing Neashia kidneys but latter examination caused them to doubt this and to think it was a Case rarely met with in surgery. Have decided not to perform an operation in him for a time preferring to study the Case More a brutal prone fight. A Caldwell Idaho dispatch of yesterday says the prize first for a Side Between Mcfad Den of Winnipeg Manitoba and Mortland of 8t. Louis took place to Day and ended in the Fourt with round. Mortland received punish ment it is he cannot recover. He was carried from the ring in an insensible con i All Kuflik when sober., the Boston Herald has a Man who is for Bobbi san when he is and for Titler when he is drunk. Colonel ten Nis says it s Turkey to Salt Park that old Ben sees is Diuk on election Day. A must have u a sen of John Furlong of Sirson on wednesday contents of a of self Loti s consumption a Cire. The discovered immediately arid the by Sligo saved by an application of Emetics. Supposed bombers two Brothers name d Bentt a halve been arrested at Kernville Cal. They Are supposed to be tie two armed Aud masked men Bjo stopped a buggy coming from Kernville on the 13th int Ait wit ii Bullion for the san Francisco mint. -11 i i he thing but Money within ten years says in Exchange thirty California million Aires Hare died and not one of them was distinguished in life for any thing but Hia Money. The next thirty who i die will be ascribed in the same Way. Wab8wokth Doi Muir. A Kew Soteo from on Stel Gobora alone the c. P. In monday morning a team be longing to met Herman became frightened and ran away. The Dri ver was thrown from the Wagon and the team struck a Bee line for a. L. Gladdin s dining room. The door was shut in time to pre vent the Entrance of the unwelcome vial Orsi but they tried to get in at the window and succeeded in Ting the Tongue of the Wagon through carrying away Sash arid All. In your estimate of the Hay Cut in Washoe did you not omit about 800 tons Cut in this Vicinity Yea it was de. Gazette. Things have a decidedly "fishy1 look about the express office As a Large portion of the finny tribe is shipped by Wells Fargo. Two teams Are now on the Road Between Wadsworth and the lakes bringing in the heavy daily catch. Personals. William Gladden who Baa been dangerously ill is convalescent. Mrs. Graham an elderly lady from Iowa is lying dangerously ill at the Home of. Her daughter mrs. Charles Lewis. Mrs. Charles Garcia and the Bright Ehtle folks Are Down from Truckee and stopping at the wads Worth House. Miss m. Pierce of California is Here renewing old Friendship. Sam Young the Well known Engineer has returned from Grant county Oregon. Mrs. Prof. 8. D. Bristow. Is pre paring to join her husband who is principal of the Austin schools. Sad a cos c. A. Bragg received a dispatch from Sacramento Friday afternoon announcing the death of his brother Albert Bragg who died in that City last evening of pneumonia. Or Bragg was one of the first who landed on this coast Early in 1849, and with the exception of six years has lived Here since that time. He was Well known both in this state and California and had not an enemy on Earth. The greater uart of his life was spent in Active business pursuits and he like All the old boys had seen both sides of life s realities. He leaves a wife and one son and daughter at Kun reka on Humboldt Bay California one son in Sacramento two Sisters in Maine and two Brothers on this coast c. A., Aud h. W. Bragg of Sim Francisco. He was 68 years of age this month. Schmo l Ite port. The following is the report of the Verdi school for the month ending october 26th whole number of Days attendance 425 number of Days absence 39 number of boys enrolled 14 number of girls enrolled 14 total 28 percentage of attendance .91. The appended is the Roll of Honor George Fuiks Charles Laughton Willie counter Johnny Lou key Lester Merrill mar in Brier Jimmy Henry Patty Mitchell Nancy Laughton Katie i Aughton Ellen Gordon Jessie Ford Carrie Bates Maggie Mit Mitchell Carrie Morrill. Addie Park teacher. Special on Sevada Grain. La response to a request of a num Ber of Nevada shippers the Central Pacific made Low rate for Grain shipping from Points i Nevada to san Francisco. It was shown that Nevada raised much More Grain than needed for Home consumption and it being found that the freight it could afford to pay to tide water was about per ton a rate of was made from Keno to the Bay Aud from Battle Mountain. The regular rate was about per ton fraudulent brokerage. The san franc Loco bulletin says on reliable authority that a regular system of f Rau leu t brokerage has been established at Canton to fur Nish traders certificates at it m to the Cost depends upon the standing of the applicant s who vouch for him As the applicant is not brought in Contact with the chinese officials. Too Many Trout. The Carson Appeal tells a fishy fish Story about the batteries of the mexican Mill having been clogged by Brook Trout it maybe Ali right but it is two tone mento Bee will not dare to repro Duce it for that subterranean outlet in Lake Tahoe destroyed the last spark of Confidence in or. Davis ability to Tell the truth. . A week from next Friday it the Day set by the Mohammedans for the last Day of the world Aud the

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