Weekly Reno Gazette in Reno, Nevada
20 Nov 1879

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20 Nov 1879

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Weekly Reno Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1879, Reno, Nevada Concerning tramps a of free car i or of tramps How they Klile free Over the of travel eur. The Railroad company ought to have a special car for tramps on every train. Then the conductors Anu brakeman would not have to spend half their time looking after Tii imps you eee there is bound to be just about 80 Many people going the Road in a year. They will All go in tone Way or other and it would be cheaper for Tho Railroad companies just to have a Plain tramp car attached to every train. There be so Many accidents on the Road und the Wood piles and Snow Sheds a Ould be this Kovel View of tramp transportation was Given to a Gazette reporter the other Day by an intelligent tramp. He is a Printer by Trade and his name is Armstrong. He left his Home in Tennessee three years ago and has been a wanderer Ever since. He never More a few weeks in any place when the Demon of unrest forces him to move on. If lie earns a Dollar it is at once gambled away. Thus lie is always penniless commonly Nigard and generally dirty. He will sit Tor hours and Tell of his experiences on the Road and of the ways Trumps. He says of what has been published about them is untrue for instance the Kydon make makk3 of houses or Gates to indicate to the next one of their fraternity the kind of reception that Miry to expected from the in mates. The Story is All nonsense. But of Down and look underneath tie 1. Bridge. You will find the timbers carved with the initials of wandering Trumps. Some of the let ters Are Cut with a finish and accuracy that would do no discredit to ride is t get into the tool Chest under the Ca Boose. It has a door that opens i Der the car and that a often left no fastened. Four or five tramps ofte get in there together. A Comino Way of stealing a ride especially of distances is to get int Box car. It is a very easy thing to Wing a car door open and there is most always some one around that ill springy . They take a fish late and pry. To rower Edge of the Cor off the bar which holds it in lace. Tea ii is easy enough to Pring out the Corner far enough to it a Man get in. Yon take a fish late in with you and. Pry yourself it at any place you please. Or if on a five no fish you make Loise and they will let you out kick of maybe. Sometimes two or tramps get into a cur together Ake a water and plenty to at and ride along for Days As. Far As hey want to go. How about Tho tin seals or this cars will some tramps can pick them pc with a knife and fasten them in us it tales time. As a general Hing the Bra Kenien will lot a Man Ideia a Box car for a Little Coin. Hoy Tell you to of keep out of the Way i the conductor and it will be All ight. As a general thing the Irain nun treat a decent quiet tramp pretty Well. I have often and Irelien take me in to dinner with hem und punch their tickets for me i Hail been breaking Coal for Ide. Modoc county items. From thu Altunin Uliuli pendent. From a mine near Adin n sir. Jim lain has taken out three tons of do composed which k. F. Mcconnaughy Naes icis of government land in Grant county Oregon for grazing. Recent y he with five of his men All Armeil wit i carbines drove Back a party of six men from Foit Bidwell who were about to preempt the land. First Little Bro her nearly died with pneumonia the other second that s Nellt f the Early cell oils of its founder a fur or. Post ii Eti has recently appointed postmaster of the allow grown. Thu Gazette that there Wurch several persons in Bono who practice snuff the Fol lowing items have since Ini Lulic Lender. _ slay Reno practice Exten sively among the female elite of Reno. Times lie Eie in. Is very severe and May cause the1 loss i snuff dipping is All the rage in of the limb. Free press. Contracts for Wood sticking closely to business and said to be making Money i. E. Baker late of the Gamut to Wilt rustling t of news and appeared cans Wom and Dusty. New buildings ii constantly going up and Are built o Thi most substantial material four live in Rouvim of Hiing o iric c nkki3 Oval Holt ill is becoming More mid Moie urge Day Ami or. Walker took great interest in. The air being made to establish a place worship for Tho devout of Codie. 11 called upon several of the Nevin clergy of the place and was told tin the deaths from pneumonia were in Diu ing a beneficial elect in the a of the inhabitants Towi Widt. Tin consideration of the probability of ii hereafter. In spite of the seem ing impiety Siml world Lim is of Hie place he is inclined to think that there is a Strong undercut rent of religious feeling in Bodie though it runs very sleep. Or. Walker conversed with Many citizens on the subject of the Church and lie said that most of them thought very favourably of project Puiul believed it would pay Well. Nat. Jurist s foil it a for Hia Sim. During a recent visit to Cincinnati one of the editors of the Eureka Leader Mit the father of Nat. First Olio died suddenly at the Raco in Reno during Tho fair. Trio news of Nat s death had reached his old Home the old Man had not been informed of the event. He was ten Derly attached to Bis son who resembled him in both features and sport ing proclivities. The father is quite wealthy having accumulated a fort Une by his expert Ness in poker play Irig a Pursuit that occupies his Atten Tion during and his shrewdness As a Vendor of cheap jewelry an occupation Liat lie de votes himself to in the Southern states in the summer time. His friends be ing aware of his intense attachment for his Sou and fearing the effects that a knowledge of ids death would have upon the. Father have kept the news Fronch Invfio a ninth Rast. Nat. Also had a brother in business in Kansas City who is a prosperous merchant children Ica Storla. It it mothers Catoria Boa due u git health to the child and , it no morphine or Mineral. Castoria if nature s remedy for the food. It wind railing of soar card and diarrhoea allays and thus the child a. Health and Tho Mother reit. Float ant cheap and reliable. Been town of Cal. Var. Is a keen and in Ilant officer of the Republic did Las joined with the great and sex Confederate United stale postmaster general in the correction of abuses. 6ne of the reforms in the delivery department of the Boca Post office has made a few unreasonable persons mad and they have made lome talk. It seems i hat i my it Prosser Creek who guis i m u through Tho up ii Itice in Box outside Tho dour us unil i in messenger con id i t him no o clock in the to Iii g. I h which no nue m ii could government Flici in in lie this Gnu is fun Filiip and 111 Loolu 111 in Luwill. And a cried with i i he d the ?.l f 11 i Piti Are Uit k Fri Lii h m til his tin the to m d a i the site ii Lime sent a Bill in 1-1 them inf a Cju Riei 1 v Una t Vanco at tin us it i Ite. To tin demur and the end i1 not yet. I oily Sini Pic jul if to. Ii i j Sny lie is Linn it i no Iliria tin i is ii Ufler tin Centaur liniments Tho Matt effective pain relieving agent for Man and beast Tho world has Ever known. Over sold lust year Tho reasons for thin unprecedented popu Larity Ore evident Centaur Lini ure made to deserve they Are absorbed into the Structure always cure nod never disappoint. No person need longer suffer with Fain in Tho Back Rhet Katlun or stiff joints for Centaur liniment will rarely exterminate the pain. There no Strain sprain Cut or lameness to which Mankind or dumb brutes Ore that not respond to soothing Halm. The Centaur liniments not Only relieve pain but they Hon Lohy action in Brno inflammation and care whether the symptoms proceed from wounds of the Flash or neuralgia of Tho nerves from Coo rooted or Loal Dod hand t from a ankle or n cashed foot i whether front Dis Guttins pimples on a lady s face or a trained joint on n leg the agony produced by a Burn or bold mortification from Frost bites from strains the of Rheu crippled for life by come neglected Accident a valuable or n Bill May All be saved from one bottle of Centaur liniment. No housekeeper Farmer planter Tami Ter or livery Man Ean afford to be without these wonderful they Ean be procured in any part of the Globe for 6o and bottle. Trial bottle 25cts. Mid quite a different character the Bohemian Nat. Froth 1 White n id in i Ich i id Lake Thuis Dikiy n a mtg be Poitr hint the Lake i in i Meir who were i ditled do cd fishing until the whole la been by tin Yin Ern ment. This will Niilo Lubou six White Lishen Neu at the Hilcz. A son and Bai Ilott Bioti Milit in ten in catch Ali Ursila. The Lii i Iii never been in tier than dining the six weeks. There a a i milians Lih Liing it the Inlet of the Truckee. Viiu skill the Lilliin Iguni. Has been to Vint Ion and Jinx Lett. And they Thi-rtlon1 thought it advisable to end tons. Or. Whitehead says that m in i no Salmon have been in the Isick. To his knowledge. The Trout Aie be ginning to run up tie River and have already reached Wickworth in Brablc an Ampf Juliun Pei pm hmm or. Dawson a got Home Friday from Fredrick Ritter s ranch in Washoe Valley where he had been in tending Kilter who m Ciolfi itally shot Hii Usel of last teas any. Thu look effect in his right aim in me tin Elbow. Or. Est Sun a Ai d on Bis arrival found unit would he Necef Sai v. He us Din Dan Yir Uini Ard the opera Ion was pc Forrend. At last Riler was a loin Well. R new him hum by p Ivi till sets ten Nib us Sukut. Or .1. Len la. Til Cirii. Big Stu ii u of to w Mill. Raul. Cd cd Toba ten in i Iio is h filth in Luthc. I in Cut All j.u.8 Lua Moil Jas 1ent Limp 2umda Nie cant air vol Wood n shor1 i i i to Marnina it in Only . Ali. R. Pm . Full w mint Oil for Lue . Buc fun a rat bkillr.1 met r cat f but . In Nind. Nil urn nut other . Tit Habirt . Porn o of Tho no. to offer we in Ainna. Fact Rrt to produce ten instr Keiit Tia ii Iii b it Tho by Nio nr.n-, w i Ortts Vul rate in it s f if womb Ivi b t id. A Cut j end 1 t o Crft fun Souror rank p a tit i in it i t pm la in spa Peri spa Peri

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