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13 Sep 1883

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13 Sep 1883

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Weekly Reno Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1883, Reno, NevadaRelifo Beff Ibser 13, 1883. Clo Alyff Helena m. T., september 8. Ceremonies of driving the last Spike in the Northern Pacific were carried out 20 Miles West of Here to Dav. The attendance of indians was immense. They gave a War dance last night for the Benefit of the at the ceremonies Henry Villard made an a Freas of Welcome to his Iru ests and Hon. Win. M. Evarts delivered an oration. said it was fortunate for us neither English nor Spanish explorers of the West coast had discovered the Mouth of the Columbia River before our Independence was established. It was a new eng land trading Captain Robert Gray of the ship Columbia that first penetrated the month of this River. The entry made in his log Book was the title deed of the United states to the Region embraced in the state of Ore gon and the territory of Washington against subsequent claims of discovery made by great Britain and in some sort by Spain. Until the acquisition of California this Region was our sole fooling upon the Pacific Ocean and this excited the interest and ambition of the nation for an Overland communication with this re Mote and a peopled Possession. Immediately upon the Louisiana Pur Chase in 1803, the forecast and Energy of Jefferson was shown in the project of the Survey of the vast wilderness intervening to discover a practicable route for migration and traffic. Lewis and Clarke executed this task. Start ing from St. Louis in May 1804, they wintered 50 Miles above the present town of Bismarck and came in sight of the Ocean on the 7th of november 1805. Thus under instructions drawn by the band of Jefferson himself the route now occupied by the Northern Pacific Railroad was opened to the at Tention of the people of the United states and has from time to time engaged their interests till the dream the Prospect the project and the Effort have ended in the work Here and now. Henceforth the transit from the Mississippi to the Mouth of the Columbia and the return will be made in nine Days for the round trip which occupied the first explorers two years and a half. As Early As 1834 a Village physician in Western Massachusetts or. Samuel Barlow the father of or. Barlow of new York Well known on both sides the Atlantic As an eminent solicitor pressed upon the attention of his countrymen the vast importance and the Clear feasibility of such an enter prise. writes my feeble pen fail me to expatriate on the sub Stantial time enduring glory which would redound to our nation should it engage in this stupendous under wll Lla Gaylard Clark in 1838, in an eloquent exposition of the subject in a leading Magazine asset rated that the Reader is now living who Wilt make a Railroad trip across this vast Wells forgo a co. And the Ern Pacific. Portland or., september 6. Judge Green of Seattle in the Case of the sex Parte temporary injunction granted Wells Fargo co s express company is. The i Northern Pacific restraining the Railroad from ejecting wills Fargo a c of s agents from the trains has overruled the motion to dissolve. Wells Fargo Are enjoined from establishing agencies after this Date. Thus matters stand in Washington Idaho and Montana. More hungarian Agram sept. 8. An Arti Magyar mob assembled Here last evening Atul smashed the win of the government offices on which the hungarian Escutcheon was yesterday replaced. The troops were ordered out and the rioters were Dis Persed at the Point of the Bayonet. A monster meeting of the magyars is called Tor to Day and to Morrow and it is feared the will join the mob. Hay prevent War Paris sept. 7. The nationals announces that Franco Baa consented to negotiate with China for a treaty of settlement on the Tennin quiet Lon to be based on that concluded with the Forte treaty provided that the government of France should have the right to acquire property in the ottoman Empire in return for which France should Aid the Porte against inroads from strangers meld to answer. September 7. Thos. Oakley general Dell very clerk in the Post office was arrested to Day charged with stealing from prepaid parcels the Stamps Selling them Anc pocketing the proceeds he waived an examination before the United states commissioner and was bound Over for trial in Bonds. A steamship collision. Portland or., september 6. As the steamship Empire was put Ting out to sea from Seattle she col jaded with the Steamer Washington the damages Are slight. The fog is dense. It is said the officers o the Empire were criminally careless destructive fire la Marshall a fire is now raging at Mill on Sulphur River. The Mill a meet of lumber Are in Aiea the Railroad Bridge is on fire and a communication by wire and rail cd the apaches want ranches. Denver Colo. Sept 8. Special to the Elpaso times just arrived says the mexican troops a marching from Ascencion to reinforce major Valentine ornate at Casagrande. Capt Pacheco has also left Janos for Casa Grande with a detachment of thirty men and messengers have been sent to Bergerac to hurry no reinforce ments. The distance is 85 Miles from Casa Grande. Great consternation pre vails at Casa Litton a Small american mexican town Midway Between a nos and Casa Grande. A Chihuahua special gives Tho latest Indian news. A courier has Justan ived at general to quirks head quarters with dispatches bearing the following information three Days ago two old squaws ame into the miliary Camp at Casa Riande saying that in Nana gear Imo and Chato were in the Vicinity and anxious to treat for peace. Major commanding the mexican rooms immediately started with an Scort of 25 men and found them As indicated in Force about 15 Miles from Lasa Grande. It was arranged that he and four others she Mil Advance and hat the four above named chiefs hould come Forward will an inter1 ureter and hold a powwow in sight of Roth parties. Jul made the following proposition that the mexican gov rement should give the indians a trip of about 20 Square leagues of land rom Pudia Verd to the Casa Grande Iver that the government furnish eed and Plant the ground for them be year and at the end of which Bey themselves would continue to Plant and live Flea Early upon it also hat All mexican troops be withdrawn rom that Vicinity. There Are 200 War ots in the party two thirds being red. General eeg Urra forwarded he dispatches to Mexico and is Avail no an answer. Major Omeig has 150 Nee with him at Casa Girande. Postal cotes voted a failure. September 8. From Tho action of the local Banks and the number of complaints filed at he Postol fice it appears that the Ostal notes issued to the Public last ton Ciao Aie already deemed a failure n this City. A great Many began to drive Here within a Day or two after be first Issue seut in line of drafts or Smalt amounts and were at once Epos text As checks or drafts. The numberless mistakes made by Post masters sending them caused the to refuse to accept them and his action is deemed tantamount f destroying their usefulness. The Ostoffie officials also decide that the handling of postal notes and the work f rectifying errors has entailed an unusual amount of additional labor on the working Lorce. Reposed democratic Dove feat. Norw Yolk september 7. The tammany Hall general com nil tee has adopted resolutions Declar us that tammany will make every a cession consistent with Honor to secure the adjustment of the local Dif Terence and providing Lor the appoint ment of a committee composed of one representative from each Assembly is riot in the City to Confer with the Only democracy and Irving Hall with a View to securing a single Aud United delegation Iron the City to the state convention. Speeches were made advocating Harmony and deny Pic that Tau any Hall is opposed to governor Cleveland or his adm Nistra Ion. The Rose Clark murder. Bridgeport conn., september 71 the detectives have an important slue in the Rose Clark murder Case. Che Reward has been increased to prominent new York Detec Ives Are at work on the Case. Blk cities. New breakwater at Duluth Baa been destroyed by a storm. Dozen extensive Forest Meadow and Brush fires Are raging in Massachusetts and Are mainly beyond control. London news says it it thought that the Neutral Powers would be justified in offering their Friendly services to France Abd China. Convention at Sioux City Dakota which met to draft a state Constitution is said to getting along rap. Idly with their work. Henderson Woolen Mills at Merrim ack n. H., occupied by John Holland Blanket manufacturer Are burned. Sixty operatives Are thrown out of employment. A difficulty Between j. B. Sand ers and we. Berry of Amite City Louisiana the former was shot dead and Berry was arrested and lodged a jail. The parties were connected with the Best families of the place. Chief a Cheyenne Indian sent an unique Appeal to the Secretary of the Interior for a new unit of clothes he said i Don t care much for grab but i do like to dress in proper style i want the Best suit you can Purchase in the Ramsey president o the Utah commission sends a communication to the Secretary of the Interior reiterating substantially what was said by commissioner Carltona few Days since that has performed its whole duty nude the Edmunds Bill having prohibited polygamist from either voting o holding office. The portraits the new United postage Stamps tact came in use october one cent Franklin two wot. Jackson three cent Washington five cent Garfield six cent seven cent. Stan ton ten sent Jefferson twelve cent Olav fifteen cent Scott thirty cent la Milton ninety cent Perry. It is announced in new York Legal Iroles that John Jacob Astor Bas needed Ull his property to Bis Only son William Waldorf Astor sow United states minister to borne. The news created a profound Sensa Tion. Old lawyers declared it was Only another move of the actors not o permit the value of their immense state to be publicly known. The on the Carson River Bare affected Compromise with the Larson Valley Farmers by which All be Mills will be Able to Start no by be 20th of this month. The Farmers re to have All the water in the River or two weeks and then they Are to it the Mills Hare it All. This is much better than a Long expensive a snit. 3. 0. Grant in a letter to the Enterprise from deep Welle Utah August 0, reports having witnessed the kiting of a mexican by a Man from Nevada Mecl Jim Curry of Eureka. ays the mexican claimed the Horae Ridden by Jim carry and tried to take in away rom the latter by Force. Jurry Drew Bis revolver and shot the mexican dead. The shooting caused much excitement. Jim Curry u an old timer of Eureka and wag in the employ f the Eureka consolidated mining company at their smelting works. Wherever an Opportunity offered California mining companies ure taking do outage of Nevada s Liberal Corpora of Laws. A few Days ago articles of a corporation of the Comstock Mill company were died in office of the Secretary of state. The company s property is located in Bodie California and the corporation is formed Here be Tyuse the Nevada Laws Are More Liberal Aan those of California in relation to Heue matters. This a but the beginning f a move predicted some time ago by tie journal that in the near future Many of the Large companies organized uder the Laws of California would Dis a corporate and reorganize under no Ada Laws and make their Headquarters n this Side of the mountains. Gen. Robert Toombs the famous Seel general after an eventful life of 3 years finds himself alone in the world the last of his children having lied some time ago and his aged wife Nite recently at Atlanta Georgia or Yeara mrs. Toombs has been an in Alid can bed by softening of the brain which had weakened Ber mind. Fre gently during this time she would be horse and her death was looked for As n event Likely to occur at almost any Ime. This condition of things con inked to exist until a few Days ago when Bug was stricken with paralysis u this most critical condition she Lin gered a Day or two when she died. The married Hie of general and mrs. Toombs a tended Over fifty years. She was 70 and he is 73. The death of mrs it a believed w la be soon Fol owed by that of her husband who says he has nothing farther to live for As his children Are dead and he alone remains. His Devotion to his wife daring All her life was As great As his hatred for Union. Coamo a theater to Cost is to be built in Victoria b. C., by sub. Strip ton. A National Bank with a capital of is to be established at col fax w. A mine Rich in both Gold and Silver Baa been discovered in the iry bed of the san Jacinto River coyotes Are reported to be so tame at Mineral Park a. T., that they come into town and play with the dogs. Some Fine Marble specimens have been brought into san Bernardino rom the desert East of the mountains. The Farmers of san Bernardino complain of the ravages of the a lords. The Linnet and the Butcher Birds Are the principal thieves. The Large store building of Thos. Johnson at Ellensburg or., was Birned saturday. Loss on the mild tag and merchandise insurance at Stanwood. W. T., one night ast week it. E. Rogers shot Aud tally wounded Thomas molar Lane. The shooting was the result of a dispute Over a game of cards. A Man answering the description of Clinton the murderer of Stout at Dalles w. T., last week passed Brough Yakima City on horse Lack. was beading for British Columbia. Frank Hernandez a Young Span Ard who it is said married a Ich widow named Arguello of Santa Tara for her Money Basab seconded taking with him some of his wife s Money. A tree that measured 72 inches at be Small or top end and scaled ver feet was felled near 3unick s Mills Butte county last week. Four 16-foot logs were Cut rom it. The cemetery investigation at Sacramento has resulted in the Ommittee declaring that the Graves Lave not been dug the proper depth n 11 years but that there waa no criminal intent in disobeying the Rili Nance. Saturday night a Large hop House Lelou Ging to j. Stump in Polk Bounty or., was destroyed by fire together with a Quantity of hops. The loss will probably reach no insurance. It is believed to be he work of an incendiary. Henry Hesse the keeper of a hooting gallery at new West Minster b. C., was found dead in de last saturday with tils Throat it from ear to ear. It was a Nils a ably a Case of murder and a German Sailor named Charles Udelson who was with Hesse Fri Day night is suspected of being the murderer. cannot be found. Disastrous Forest fires Are raging n the powder River Region m. There Are 160 patients in the Washington territory insane any urn. John Kitwell and Adolph Bucholtz were suffocated in a Well near Khatoom w. T., two weeks ago. The great Tunnel through the Cascade mountains Tor the Cascade Branch of the Northern Pacific Railroad will be to feet Long. There is a project on foot at Modesto to take the water out of the Tuolumne River for irrigation. The ditch is to run out of the South Side of the River. Eastern people love the chinese and their judges Are trying to nullify the restriction act. Their sex parts decisions will not be bind ing in this state. All of the information to be obtained from California and Eastern papers containing the Price of fall Wool indicate Low prices and a weak fluctuating Market. While the editor of the Nevada transcript was getting the Good of his Deadhead ticket at the circus1, his House was entered by a Bur Glar but of course the burglar found nothing. Or. Mao Kay is reported to have remarked at a new York hotel Las week that he was in the postal Telegraph company to stick Aud if necessary would go his pile to the Gilpin the foot racer who a wanted at Sacramento for obtaining Money under pretences go wind while in grass Valley thai a telegraphic warrant for Bis Arres had been received and started on a go As you please walk for parts in t Nown. Cor. Henry Ami Ahkoi ban franc Taro. Cal. Flub collegiate in Al statute for the cure of special diseases and so called incurable chix Mac diseases. Lir. Live la s German is positively guaranteed to cure nervous mid physical debility seminal weak Ness. Lost manhood loss of i Energy ringing1 and 111 the head melancholia Bope Lnu Tecl Luff. Prostic Terrhea. And All the results of Youthful Imper Cienke and excesses of Manro years. Tho Damoor m regular College physician from a Irupe will Igrec to for Weltone thousand dollars fora Case the Ivi orator t2 will not Core under spec Lal treatment Aud advice the reason so Many can not get cured of weakness above is owing to a complication called fros Rator the Ali in requires Peculiar treat ment. Or. s no a is the Only positive euro for Prosta Torresa. Rice of either invigorate or per bottle in for sent to any address on Olpt of Price or c. O. D. Persons can pay when cured. secrecy maintained. Patients lome. Or. Loeb la s dispensary Sleght drugstore in its building. Too frequent evacuations of t he bladder and ropy sediment in urine Are symptoms of secondary seminal weakness and prostate Rhea. Complaints readily yield to the do. Liebig Tea text. Ordinary recent Case of special or private diseases cured for 10. Lem Edlea sufficient to cure will be promptly sent with full directions and Dolce on receipt of 810. All packages re securely covered from observation. Invigorate or samples free. prove the wonderful Power of the great go Ham Indio Batok Bot 0 of either number Ivill be sent free of Jik Rve. Persons ordering a free bottle will Only have to pay express Uge on de Lvery. Moat powerful electric belts free to patients. Consultation. Saml nation and advice free and of late. Call or write. Or lib Bio co., 401 Geary St. Or v t Entrance. 4o5 St. A v Martin Augustine. Successors to Berry in groceries hardware and crockery. Plumbing to. Alg absolutely pure. Powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholesome go. Mora economical than Ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in Competition with the multitude of Low test Alum or phosphate powders. Sold Only in can Royal baking powder cow Pant Wall Street to hts i. Fredricks in the leading jeweler for cards posters envelopes Bill Heads note Heads. Jitter Heads shipping tags monthly statements. Pamphlet or Book work Legal Blanks of All kinds come to the Gazette office. The great English remedy in a care for nervous debility exhausted vitality Semi Nal weakness Spur mat u r r b b. Minter a Kij Nev bemj5ut, cures ail kinds of kidney Aid bladder complaints gonorrhoea Gleet Cor Rhea. Lor Sale by web uru it Shoemaker let. 1 00 a bottle six bottles for f s 00. Of. Mintie 8 dandelion pills Are the Sesi and cheapest dyspepsia and bilious care in the Market for he Sebarn shoo maker i Sparks Tinnon we claim. All cattle with the win cup Brand. I Hown n to above Cut. Also nil horses Bra Ltd with the wine Cap with Kauch Thoat Audi Springs and a oreo Creek Elko county Nev. Sparks tin nov 6uly Tecoma. Sev by buying at dealers prices. We will sell you any article for family or per Sonal use in any Quantity at wholesale pric -. Whatever you want Send for our catalogue free and you will find it there. We carry in Stock the largest variety of goods in the United states. Montgomery Ward co. 310 Wabash Avenue. Chicago. Subscribe for Tho weekly Gazette Knowles Bainbridge manufacturers retail Sot closet tall Ham ate t o and agricultural implements commercial Row Reno Nevada. Baker Hamilton general agent for the following Well known Buckeye mowers and mowers and the self dumping sulky Hay j. I. Case co s Genu Ine Buffalo Pitts threshers and celebrated Bain farm freight and header sweepstakes Spring Ames Wood and Straw burning chilled Iron gang plows. The above machines Era be had Only from us or oar we have also a full line of agricultural implements revolving hor8b bakes seed drills Garden Hose Garden rakes Forks belting Etc., Etc. Also a full Stock of second to on Tho Sacramento of san Fra Noios. Jews paper i in few spa Peri

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