Reyman, Nevada State J, Sept 8 1899, p.3
the Matter in Reo of the will be There is no room and- all do boys. Giv- defending that such citizen who it. Call a for the re- ROUND THE WORLD i D ^Â«ABÂ«cVnL Reyman, the "Lone Cycler"' Passes Though This Â· City. ' The othc.' diy there pas fed incog 1 . through Reno a cyclist who if on th", homestretch or a tour of the world awheel. Toe Trnckee Republican gives bis itinerary as follows: He left New York oily on the ]3lh February, 1897. From there he sailed to England, crossed that country and entered the continent at Havre, France; thence acrosc France and Germany acd into Russia. He was snowbound in Russia for five months. In Warsaw Polish Bicycle Club received him oor- diaUy, and showed him many favors, His journey over the steppes and swamps of Siberia was a trying one, and beset at times with almost (insurmountable (insurmountable difficulties. However, he succeeded in getting across that barren and unwelcome country in safety, and baa the distinction of being the first cyclist to accomplish that difficult undertaking. undertaking. la Manchuria he even found more trying conditions nnd more unpropitious unpropitious surrounding's. In crossing that country he not only encountered bridgeless streams, foul swirc^?, burning burning deserts, mazy forests and rugged mountains, bat the savage hordes of that heathen country pursued him a] the emissary of Kweidom, and in terror-stricken terror-stricken fear tried every way to destroy him, bur, fearing immediate contact with him, he escaped. He crossed Korea, but found the people of the "hermit kingdom" quite tractabir. He aniled to Japan, and at Yokohama took a United States transport from anilH^and reached his nutive c o u Balely a few days ago.