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Weekly Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - November 12, 1887, Reno, NevadaE k k i., y journal saturday november 12, 1887. Tow2v a2n nov Vitt. From daily journal. Bbevit1km. Wind doth blow. Steamer Dey to Morrow. Blocks closed Strong yesterday. Commissioners meet to Morrow. H. F. Dangberg was in town yester v. S. Mar Skol Kelly was Here yester Day doming. J. H. Kike of came Down from Vir Ginia yesterday. Wood intends to Lovite to Washington territory. Sacramento is still enjoying i he Lux Ory of fresh strawberries. Miss Jessie Finlayson is visiting her Friend miss Maccono in Virginia City. Mrs. 8. O. Well miss Maud Wells Ond mrs. Smith returned from the Bay yesterday. John Piper Baa leased thu old beater at Carson for two years and will re build the stage. The wind was on a rampage yester Day and kept the dust circulating much to the discomfort of pedestrians. For a Nice clean share haircut or shampoo Call at Henry Morris wine Hoase Barber shop. Haircutting 25 cents. The Denver and Bio Grande has announced its determination to make connection with the new fast Central Pacific train at Ogden. The Overland roads talk of round trip Eico Sion tickets Between the Missouri River and the Pacific coast from to the o Neil arrested at Wells for alleged cattle killing have been bound Over in the sum of to await the action of the Elko grand jury. The jury in the Case of Frank t. Northey indicted for jury bribing Ren dered a verdict of conviction thursday night. He will be sentenced monday. The Silver state says Lou Cahoon is completing an Artesian Well for Joe a Sang of Battle Mountain. The flow is estimated at Over Gail or.3 in Twenty four hours. In spite of the dark Outlook for aus tin since the Manhattan mine shut Down the employees at the n. C. Rail Way shops Are making constant improve ments to the motive Power and rolling took of that company. Audy Mcginty said to be wanted for killing a Man at Coleville Mono county two years Ngo was Ai rested wednesday evening by sheriff Atwell of . The officer started Friday with the prisoner to meet the sheriff of Mono at Carson. Thomas a. Leuary the Well known Engineer of Gold him after Many years of Bachelot Bood has come to the conclusion that it is not Well for Man to live alone. The journal wishes the Happy couple a Long and prosperous life. A private letter states that typhoid fever is raging in Sierra City Sierra county and that in two thirds of the houses there Are from one to three costs. The disease is attributed to the wretched water with which the town is supplied. The jury in the trial of Geo. Camp Bell at Carson on the charge of rape returned a verdict of guilty As charged in the indictment and recommended him to the mercy of the court. He will a called up for sentence on monday no vember 14th. The water is being pumped out of the Manhattan mines at Austin to prevent damage from flooded drifts. Comstock miners discovered Many years ago that drifts Well timbered bold up better when flooded than when they Are above the water level the pressure keeping the timbers id place. Selling liquor to Sabin thursday sentenced Edwiu Mather and Edward James each to two years imprisonment and Fine for Selling liquors to indians at fort Mcd Eraitt. This Breaks up the traffic and will set the the restlessness of the indians in that Section which has ooze almost exclusively from that cause. The Success of convicting these men leaven the ques Tion of abandoning that military Point much More practicable than heretofore. Blo Wjt says the enter prise the Chollar folks fired a bloat in their mine that blew up the cellar under the residence of a lady named mrs. Lynch. When the blast was fired she thought she Felt in earthquake and she went Down into the Collar and there she found everything a la South America. Her residence is situated on Chollar ground Aud of course they have the right to blast whenever they please. Services at the Baptist Church this morning and evening. Bev. C. L. Fuher pastor. After morning service lord s sapper will be observed. Sabbath school at 12 30 p. 11. At 7 p. V. The pastor will deliver a Sermon upon Christian baptism after which the ordinance of gospel baptism will be administered. An invitation extended to Sunn Rio Silver state h. B. Maxon is in Winnemucca having been awarded a contract by the general land office to Survey certain townships within the Railroad limit be tween Mill City and Battle Mountain. He will commence at Golconda where he has an outfit and will pm Piny eight or ten men during the Winter. Beso mch9oi. Be foot. I sol 331 As ooh wow Woorow s s Pas ill on is King principal. Loll of Honor. High school senior and Middle classes. Edna Masou 06 Jennie me Furlia Lizzie Kincaid 96 Etta Hollings Worth 96 6 Bessie Cullender 96.5 penile Steele 95.6 Flora Malloy Lizzie Williams 98 4-5 Iva Simpson 99 1-5 James my Genoa 96 Grace my Lutos 99 Ben Lee 95 Carrie Moln Tomb 95 Jennio Lachman 97 Clara Taylor 98 Myrlie Sabin 95 Clara Bio Bardson 98 May Wheeler 98 Grace Ward 97 Nellie Hymers 97 George Bates 98 Charles coffin 98 Bert ses 95 Lida Savage 95 Gertie 41c int Oah 95 Ida Mapes 96. Miss f. A. Farmed teacher. High class. Bessie Doten 99 Josie Rhodes 9r Willie Sharp 97 Jennie Atwood 97 Maud Bates 96 Agnes Bell 99 Carrie Mortill 96 Mabel Nash 96 Minnie Berry 96 May Ede 96 Bertie Ward 95 Fred Lutz 95 Leon Berry. Maey l. Doten teacher. First of Amman. Mabel Stanaway Allie Simpson Kate Mccarty 99 Gertrude Holling Worth 98d4 Julia Mccarty Mamie Belle loin Blum Josie Blum Lottie Armstrong Mamie Lane 06 Sadie Savage 95 Ida Jose 95 Mary Hammersmith 95. S. A. Harris teacher. Second of Amman. Harry Segraves 98 Louisa Frey 98 Daisy Remington 96 Edmund Lach a 96 Belle Little 97 Hattie bide Nour 99 Maud Wheeler 99 Samuel dote 98 Olive tattle 96 Leonard Ede 96 Annie Beck 99 Ida Dalton 96 Laura Smith 96 Katie Laughton 97 Fred Waltz 97 Nellie Haynes 95. E. J. Knowlton teacher. First intermediate. Frankie Young Joseph John son 99 Percey Havener 99 Jennie Poe 98 Berneta Griswold Grade Maxwell 95 Dick Stoddard 95. A m. Atwood teacher. Second intermediate. Alfred Doten 98 Mamie Chism 97 Ora Mclntosh 97 Veva Hoy 97 Louis a cry 97 Ira Reed 95. Furba Noeth Bop teacher. Tebid intent mediate. Delie Boyd Louie Julian Sadie Phillips Ellie Panno George Mapes Eddie Lent Harry Murphy Edna Wil Liams Lotie Moe Carrie Lutz erne Julian Jessie Moe Lulu Garcia Katie Merklinger Cora me Arlin Rosa Mil Ler Birdie Mcaskill Cora Abrahams Morris Jacobs Clara Bender Clara Graff. Ada f. Lackey teacher. South Side. Park Wheeler Wilber Bigelow Jessie Beck Louisa Ward Katie Balaod Clara Beed Vera Novitt Covick Alice Everett Sibil Couloy Era Kiely a thur Eaton Dave Ward Frank Blum Cordelia Pritchet. F. L. Grip pm teacher. Mixed Ouide. Josiah Wilson 98 to but Campbell Worland 96 Hattie Moore 95 Lena Fairbanks 95 Elra our Miller 95 Bertie Bacon Charles Irwin Jakie Booton. Emily Cuttino teacher. Tiest primary. Addie Quinn boy Stoddard Stella Thompson Josie Burke Milton Ash Jakie Morris Hattie Dalton Irene of Gertie Bucell Bobbie Bracken Emma Newmarker Jose Lena Bradshaw Annie Dalton Johnnie Ful ton Harold Havener. M. E. Mule Tofle teacher. Second Pima by. Fred Gallagher May Fiene Minnie in Tominson Georgie Wertenbach John Chiram Walter Mot any Mertie Galla Gher elder Mcnees. Lizzy Umbra teacher. It. Mast s. Atoll or homr am Tut _ of this Slavut Nelom Tut the South october. Boll of Honor o Leary Dolorita Bowling Clara Leleh Nettie Ladd leu Ebert Nellie Madden. First interned Nellie Lievre Minnii Smith. Second Alice Mosely Minta Jones Ada Bull Theresa Mcnamara Nellie Beilly. In Fant Nelson Annie son Derland Mabel Sunderland Barbara Mohan Ella Del chant. Boys class Harry Thrall Charles Thrall Edward o Brien Louis Mohan. Boll of Merit seniors misses Bell o Leary 95 Frances Morris 93 Clara Laws 92 Mary Gilson 91 Dolorita Bowling. 90 Dolores Lievre 90 Mary Kemp 81 Clara Litch 74. Juniors misses Nellie Madden 85 Nettie Ladd 77 Lena Ebert 70. First intermediate Emily Ohl. 89 Coral Hoover 80 l. 85 n. Lievre 84 m Smith 33 b. Dressier 81 m. Wilkin son 51. Second Phelan 90 Mary Bracken 82 a3a Bull. 81 Alice Mosely 80 Minta Jones 79 Theresa Mcnamara 77 Nellie Bielly 72. Improvement in music first depart ment misses Mary Gilson Frances Morris. Second department Nellie Madden Dolorita Bowling Mary Kemp Clara Laws. Third Ladd. Fourth department Dolores Lievre Balle o Leary Lena Ebert Maggie Wilkinson. Tic fake anus. Captain John makes a Biff talk Anil Laii Drentla join in the dance. Captain John the Fandango chief says the Winnemucca Silver state o Friday made a Heap big talk to the Dusky dancers at tap Fandango thurs Day night. He cautioned the braves against Over indulgence in fire water told them the dance was for amusement and tint they Mast not mar the festivities by getting drunk. The attendance was quite Large and several Pale faces of both sexes entered the ring ant joined in the dance with the Bucks am squaws. It is noticeable that though Lee Winnemucca the son of old wine Inacia attends the dances Natches the Princess Sarah and Dave Mumina Are absent. Naches and Dave were aspirants for the chieftain ship to succeed Winno Musca. Each had a Strong following but both seemed afraid to test their strength and no chief has Yel Jena elected. Some say Natches will arrive to Day and if he does he will probably be chosen before the dance ends. To Morrow the indians say there will be a War dance and a lot of the droves will probably March to the depot at the time of the arrival of the Passen Ger trains in War costume which consists of painted bodies and Breech clonts. District of tort. In the District out yesterday morning judge Bigelow set cases for trial As follows Beno lumber company is. Reno hearing continued until saturday november 12th. John Furbee is. Stephen Pedroli Jet for hearing on thursday november 10th, at 10 a. M. G. Smith is. James Callahan setting vacated and the Case reset for novem Ber 30th. Thomas Hills is. Patrick Jet for hearing on saturday november 12th, at 10 o clock. Julia a. Blasdell is. . O Connor set for trial on december 19 at 10 o c Ock. P. Van meter is. Powell pol ook set for trial on december 21st at .0 o clock. John Erwin is. Ellen Hawkins set or trial on december 6tb, at 10 o clock. Louis Dean is. Fred Kolster set for rial on december 5th at 10 o clock. F. E. Holmes is. Beno electric Light company set for trial on november Lith. _ bobbed on the cabs. The Sacra mento Bee gives the following further particulars of the above Case spoken of n the journal yesterday morning As a Man named m. J. Henley was in to this City yesterday and when on the cars Between Beno and Sacra mento he was robbed of he charged a passenger sitting near with he robbery but it was indignantly denied. Hea icy and the Man whom he Elev is went through both stopped Iff Here and the robbery was reported o the police. The Man charged with he crime has not been seen since be Eft the cars. After Bis arrival Here Tho unlucky Man gut on a Dink and was Eliover of two Silver watches. He is rom Surprise a Heb Abb you do. Mclennan postmaster Goodman has a number of Etters and packages addressed to or. D. Mclennan. They have been in the Ostmoe awaiting delivery for nearly to months but no one has yet called or the letters or packages although hey have appeared in the list Adver ised weekly in the chronicle. The lost master thinks that they Are mis directed and should have gone to Vir Ginia City Montana As be can find none in Swennie to that name in Storey county. Virginia chronicle. The or. Hns been holding Forth t the Golden Eagle hotel Here for the ast two or three months. Trustees of the Orr water ditch company have levied an assessment of upon the Stock of he company to become delinquent december 12th. The Republican of saturday ays Sam Welch has packed of the Furni Are of his restaurant shipped it to Leno. He will leave Here to Morrow and will Tike charge of the Avon hotel at that place. His friends Here wish Lim Success and will no doubt make it a Point to Stop with him when they go to Teno. Arnm to Miqui Jun at bbb Tenn. Newcastle is to have newspaper. Biz patients in the county Hospital. The weather was rather warm yester Day. D. A. Bender was Down from Carson last evening. Fine barn to rent. Enquire at e. Meyer s Cigar store. Fly Bemington has gone Wadswort to stand in As a Brake Mut. C. J. Bosowitz is with us once again and will Lead the band this evening. Col. N. D. Hodge the insurance Man is again in Belo to Benefit Mankind. Irvin Ayres from the Bay having sold another lot of cattle t Gray son Owens co. Messes. Freeman and Bates Stdio members of the Legal firm of Freeman Bates Bankin of san Francisco War in town last evening. Sex senator Spencer of Alabama now of Austin and sept. Slasher of the Manhattan co., were passengers for the Bay last saturday night. Louis Belmer who has been very sick was taken below sunday Mornini by his Mother with the hops that to Salt air will rapidly return him to health the Truckee Republican says a Good Many track elites Are getting their washing done in Beno and Sacramento and trusts that no chinaman has the handling of it. Owing to his extensive wholesale Bonsi Ness Dan soul will Only be around with his sausage Wagon on tuesday and sat urday. His patrons will govern them selves accordingly. Senator Foley left for Euraka yester Day morning. Upon his return mrs Foley will accompany him and they will accompany him and they will re main in Beno during the holidays and Winter. A. O. U. Members who Are interested in the select knights of a 0. To. W., Are requested to meet at masonic Hall saturday evening november 12tb, at 7 o clock Sharp. By order o committee. General g. C. Wharton special in a motor of Surveyor general offices at rived1 from the East last saturday night accompanied by Bis wife. On Sunda they visited Carson returning to Beno in the evening. Col. A. C. Ellis came up from below yesterday rushed Over to Carson re turning to the Bay last night. He de clares he is still a resident of Nevada which is an easy matter even though the physical body be in san Francisco Harry Davis left for san fran Cisco yesterday morning he will be absent about two weeks during which time he will not Only enjoy himself but Send to Beno a Large Supply of Holiday goods for the use of the juveniles of the City by the Riverside. State land of pick. Daring the week ending november 4th, sixteen applications for state land wire filed pm racing acres. Cash payments on applications 40 payments on contracts 88 inter est payments on contracts 63 to Tal 91. Four state patents were issued covering acres. Non Mineral affidavits covering acres were forwarded to Washington As required by the commissioner of Gen eral land office. The total selections offered by the state in Cureka land District for month of october embraced acres. Advices received no vember 4th from the commissioner of he general land office it re to the of not that on october 21st the acting Secretary of the Interior approved Clear Fiat no. 6 of selections of lands in car son City land District embracing 037.05 acres and that a certified transcript thereof would be forwarded from Washington october 29th. Cattle John Sparks who owns it is said something in the neigh boyhood of head of cattle sold ten carloads to m. Brooks of san fran Cisco last week. They will be kept on he Trokee Meadows until december o feed on the Rich pasturage for fatten no purposes. Or. Sparks left for the Jay sunday morning and will return in bout a week. He is very favourably impressed with the future of Reno and old the reporter that to would invest ome Money Here in an Enterprise be lid not desire to speak of at present rat that it was a cattle Enterprise. J. 1. Fierce of the firm of Switzar Lecce san Francisco shipped ten car oads of cattle from Idaho to California in saturday night last. They remained Iver in Beno a few Days to rest. A boat Mictl Atten Ion of a journal reporter was yesterday ailed to the excellent and hastily Deco ated window in the store of a. Berg Man on commercial Row. Ii. G. Seek the fastidious clerk manipulated be pyramidal design and justly takes ride in calling the notice of passers by o it. It consists of shirts underwear and As Fine a selection of silk handler briefs As were Ever exhibited Here. The Tore is stocked with the latest styles of Hildren s and gentlemen s Wear. The Carson Index Union remarks presided the other even no at a banquet Given to senator Stanford a sort of last sapper As it were As a preparation for Bis trip from be Corner of fourth and Townsend treets to his seat in the Senate at Vasington. It is not announced whether Stanford has invited him to go n Bis private ear or will give him a separate Carriage on the same train. T is understood that Stewart will take certificate with him from governor Stevenson of Nevada which will allow him to occupy a convenient position in be Senate for Access to his chief from 3ftlifornia. It is understood that mrs. Stewart will go with him and give a series of entertainments daring the Winter. It is probable that in the of time our state will Bend a senator of its own to Washington. Lewis duty it. Rich Tinl cart Maltoral ranch. Lewis Lander county Nevada november 4, 1887. F editor journal. After leaving Blanco i proceeded to which lies at the base of a Canyon of the same name and is costly situated on the South Side of the Reese Tver Valley. The Camp is not producing much Al present but nobody is leaving All feel ing confident of its future. There Are two Large Mills Here one on each Side of the Canyon but neither is now doing any work. They Are known As the Eagle Mill and the Highland chief Mill. The Lewis Railroad which was built by or. Blossom and which i said in a former letter was being taken up to he re placed in a bpm Canton to carry Ore to the Pittsburg Mill form Erly was used to bring Ore to these two Mills. But since the original Pittsburg Mill has been shipped to the new base of operations of course it will not be needed As Middletown and All that Sec Tion of country lying Between Lewis and old Pittsburg is practically Given up to cattlemen. However Lewis is by no Means waning in importance. The Rook taken from the various prospects in its Vicinity shows up very valuable secretions. Here i met Hon. E. T. George who has charge of All the prop erty in the Vicinity. Or George was the commissioner of Nevada to the first National Mineral exposition held in this country and which convened at Denver City in 1884. He was speaker of the Assembly in the same year and latterly attended the fair at new Orleans where he was awarded a diploma for having made the Best exhibit of minerals presented to the pub lie daring that exposition s existence. He u a que specimen of manhood and As Well posted possible on the resources of Nevada As any Man within her Juris diction. I Learned from him that he had been in the diggings about twelve years Aud with j. H. Green was one of the first locators of the Camp j. A. Blossom As usual encouraging the pair in their Enterprise. These two gentle men still reside Here and Are jubilant Over its future. Or. George is person ally interested in the Sierra Nevada Topsey and Nebraska mines but gives More attention to the o Neil mine which is owned by or. . He Speaks of this property in Tho brightest terms Aud said that it embraced the Betty o Neil South and the Chloride. The Ore taken is an Lionial while on Tho West Side of the Canyon chlorides with Silver predominates and on the cast Side Ore containing Gold bearing Bullion averaging free milling Ore is extracted bringing that amount to the owners in Tho Mill. It might cot be oat of Plano Hera to state that As Soo u As the Huntington Mills and Obde concentrators Are started again in the old Mills that Ore will be contributed from Star Grove Eagle Defiance and Emma of the East Side of Tho Canyon Aud the Silvie. This work will be carried on by or. Blossom aided by Eastern capitalists. In order to learn Why such valuable property should lie Idle so Long i was informed that Over halt1 a million dollars sad been expended on the surface for the Railroad the Mills and machinery As Well a the appropriation of water be ars a single Pound of Ore was crushed. Now however negotiations Are Pend no through which Tho whole country will be opened up and the canyons re sound ouch Mare with the Click and puff of the steam engine and the White Clouds of Industry s exertions be evaporating above the Lovely Little town of Lewis. Bight to the South of this Camp lies the Beautiful ranch of Frank matt03, which i thought a Brief description of might prove interesting to your readers. It lies at the very base of the Battle to Coniam Range and on the verge of Iteele Biver Valley about Cine Miles rom Battle Mountain. This ranch was once known As the Irish but s now better known As the property of be of Lander county s most prominent portuguese citizens As the matt08 Banch it consists of acres and was to lated first by Ben Lewis Twenty years ago and came into the Possession of its resent owner about four years ago. It very Rich producing an excellent Pality of Alfalfa Timothy Barley and potatoes. The water which supplies it or irrigation purposes flows from Springs in the Mountain through Jewis Canyon and is ample for All per oses. There is a Large Windmill on it and it works Fine. The Home barn and cattle Corral Aud All the addenda pertaining Are in excellent condition and kept in the most improved Way by he industrious owner. There is a Fine Ieca of Meadow land on it As Well As Ich pasturage where his cattle and horses Are Well provided for. In the Pring summer and autumn his horses and cattle roam Over the Hills and feed n the Rich Bunch grass so abundant in this Section. A great Many head of his attle Ore shipped to the Sao Francisco Tarket in the latter part of the fall. To present he has about 600 head of Eattle Here and in the neighbouring foot ills while his 300 head of flue horses an be seen roaming amid the Fields and Meh pasturage at his disposal. One of he features of these is Tho presence of Beautiful Cleveland Bay stallion for which be paid about six months weighs and is Alx Tec hands and three inches High. He i brought Over from England just one year ago to Day. I saw about Soo ton of Hay in stacks on the ranch which or. Mattos keeps for his own purposes As he is working some 50 head of horse in teaming freighting carrying the mail and hauling mining sep lie through to Galena Lewis and pills Burgh from Battle Mountain. I ranch is a general resting depot for these and he employs quite a number of teamsters and labourers his place is sort of hotel in the desert. Or. Mat tog like or. Blossom has been in the Region for Many years coming Here Young Man and growing up with the country. He is one of the most industrious enterprising energetic and successful business men in Lander count to Day. He is interested too in the Mineral developments of the Vargiu of which i have written and As i hear will soon take unto himself better half and then the dream of i life will be fully realized As he bos Grea Faith in the future of Bis country. Better Lucky than the most surprised Man in the state of be Vuda yesterday morning was our of and prominent merchant Abraham h Manning who upon opening by not Respondence found a letter containing new York draft for explained in this manner. Last Winter or. Man Mug s boy Guy while at school at the University of the Pacific at san Jose found an advertisement in the Christian advocate calling for information of the of Abraham h. Mannini and Alder Manning which was Signor by mrs. Paulina Wright. Guy wrote his father and correspondence commenced or. Manning writing to ver Mout and it transpired that the mrs Wright was a sister of or. Manning Mother. Further correspondence ensued mrs. Wright being anxious to b certain that the genealogy was Correct and saying that she had some business to transact with her sister s relatives this letter was duly answered by or Manning about two Mouths ago and h thought 110 More of the matter until h was struck by the Check. The Lette containing the draft was written by mrs. Wright s agent at Vergennes ver moot and simply asked for proper no Knowledg ment never intimating Snethe the Money was a present in settlement of an estate or anything about it. Or Manning does not know anything Abou it but is satisfied that he has a Good aunt. The journal congratulates him upon being born so Lucky and congratulates mrs. Wright for having s worthy a Nephew to bestow Mone upon. Advertised letters following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Beno Nevada Post office saturday october 5th, 1887 Anderson f Keddie a Aien mrs Lizzie Kelly m Barlow l f Kenedy v b Beck w we Light n Bradley Jae Laurence n Bull Miu e Lewis j b Bourman or m Leonard or l Brunnick or m d Levy Julia Boutilier g g Bond h m Cecil f v Cara g s Cara Mella l Cambell or a a Barlor r ii Church j Clenente a Colling d Cole g w Delpais n Defern miss May Dunham miss Earl. A-2 Englehart will Farrell mrs m j Gietman Obas Gillard j m Gibson Alma Gardello g b Granholm miss Karris h Halfoan m Sardon e Harris miss Cora Hix up Hubbard j l Lorn f Holmer. J j hone e Jones Joseph Rones miss m Iso Cron j Wheeler j. C. Hao Ebman p. M. M Rosenthal we Lervy will Maria Benj Madren h 0 Moor or g g Mcbride miss l Media mail or Mcmahon d Nellson n Nicoletti o Oole Pelt we e on Joe Ostander or f o Connor John Perrim in Painter c h Robinson a Richardson mrs h Roberts p b Bonanza g Smith e f Smith d c Stewart m m Sylvester e p 0 p suite e h Thompson j m Wells Jas Weil e m Werrin 8-2 Washeim c Watts we Welch w b Warner l f-2 ago to or. Harris of Colorado. Be u Only two and one Hall years of age the juvenile opera the evenings of monday tuesday and wednesday november lib 15th and 16th, the american a Renile opera company will produce in the Nevada theater the Beautiful spectacular burlesque Cin and the Sterling drama rip Van of this company which is composed of sixteen talented children from seven to thirteen years of age each an artist in his or her respective lines the Napa reporter of Tho 5tb, says those who attended the performance Given by Church s juvenile opera co. At the opera House last night were Well repaid. The Young people who took the principal characters performed their parts admirably and some of them have excellent voices. Hattie Waite Mode a Beautiful Little Cinderella being very Graceful and sinning Well. Tommy Kearns Cinderella s big sister is a regular comedian and kept the House in roars of Jan Gater by his imitations of female manner mrs. Cinderella s pretty sister was indeed pretty and the Prince and his attendants Good actors. Tho policeman and the to mute peddle were Good. The Quartetti of singers and dancers deserve great credit. Seats on Sale at the Postoff Ioe. Comino e. Lem Mon of pea Vine District will be mar ried to Mia Katie Mccornick who taught school in that District for a Cou ple of years but who nows resides in mor guile. The wedding will take place there on wednesday next hot the festivities will take place in the new mining District where much merriment will be the miners portion. During the last year the indians erected new houses and were added to the area under cultivation. Tub dead vat at knew Tabb the City in. Waltra China Man for Ilia wife. A reporter Aniced at the City hotel shortly after the shooting of the China Man sunday morning. There he found or. Dawson the sheriff under sheriff Brown Constable Upton and a usual undertake Sanders. Every Opportunity was Given him to secure information and of course la was hustled into the kit Eben where he saw the Alwart form of tie chinaman lying stretched out behind the cooking stove evidently lying where he fell when the vital messenger of death and vengeance entered his car Cass. In a moment it was easy to de Termine that the scythe Carrier bras do ing his work successfully. A Large Blanket had been thrown Over him while be breathed heavily but spoke not a word. Two balls Aad been sent into him one entering a Little below the right shoulder the other into the vitals. The air not being the purest in the world the considerate officials removed him on the undertaker s Stretcher to a cooler place in the Wood shed. He seemed to breathe easier Here but it was evident that Only a few hours would elapse when to would con front the god of confucius. He was subsequently removed to the morgue where he breathed his last. The reporter in the meantime wan shown by Deputy Brown a loaded Brit ish Bull dog revolver which he said was found at tie Side of the chinaman when be fell. Besides this he exhibited a Large Dirk knife fully 13 inches in length and of Tus 9-Inch plate character As Well As two boxes of 44-Cslibre cartridges. The two latter were found under his Pillow in Bis bed room which with the revolver added constituted a veritable Arsenal. After examining these weapons of destruction the scribe accosted or. C. P. Cross of Beno and the following in formation concerning the tragedy was secured iwas Here when the shoot ing occurred. I live in the rear of mrs. Ordway s hotel. Heard the e chinaman say to or. Patten s wife your a liar or. Patten arrived just then and addressing the mongol said you finish your work. Don t yen insult my wife or i will link you then the chinaman stooped apparently to lift a piece of Wood for the stove but suddenly raising up and straightening himself a Bow a a evolved and pointed it at or. Patten. That gentleman from whom i was Distant about six feet Drew his pistol and let her go. The chinaman fell but raising himself Ngou on his buttock and with his revolver in his band tried to pull it on or. Patten again. The latter fear ing for his life let bang at him the result of the insult offered to mrs. Patten has been sadly avenged while the gentleman who administered the fatal castigation surrendered himself immediately to await Tho determination of the Coroner s jury. The Coroner s jury rendered a verdict of jus tillable homicide. Immediately afterwards a charge of murder was preferred by District attorney Evans which charge Justice Young will Bear this morning. Cock to proceedings of the at their rpm Eilar monthly the Board of county commissioners met yester pay pursuant to adjournment. T. K. Hymers w. P. Mclaughlin and we. Merrill commissioners t. V. Julie clerk Pierce Evi is District attorney. The Only business transacted before he Board was Tho examination and allowance of the following Bills w ii Joy Hospital 101 25 Alan or bros., Wood 139 50 1 Nonty treas., judge s salary. C2fl 00 Frank Betz Road work 35 00 s w sheriff s fees 31 50 Lorace Raynor ice 1 co Leno lumber Yard lumber 90 50 c v a lieu salary 15000 Lono lumber Yard lumber 7 35 j c pow Ding printing 2 50 i m Jamison supplies 150 3 m Cobb Justice fees 4 75 ferry Corecco Constable fees 16 00 pm Henderson hauling 3 00 f j Nicholson supplies 25 00 Evans District attorney 125 00 Goddard Twiss feed prisoners 91 85 Leno engine co., disc 0375 Easby s Bazaar supplies 7 co Leno lumber Yard lumber 29 25 v Henderson hauling 1 50 c h Stoddard assessor 150 00 b w White Bridge work 3150 c Load better supplies 10 00 l Mcfarlin supplies 3 50 a Straan supplied 2390 we Lucas school 8upt 33 33 Vin Merrill salary 50 00 k hym Cru salary 50 00 w p Mclanghlin salary 50 00 pm Henderson hauling 150 v c Gregory Road work 52 00 t w Hoff Etnan supplies 8 25 w Upson Constable fees 160 00 b Boyd assessment Roll 121 50 f Sanders undertaking 2500 pm h Young Justice fees 12200 m Lamb Road work 108 00 b. Kafferly car entering. 16 00 Offin Morcombe supplies 10 00 Beno water co., water 5 00 b Williams salary 200 00 r a Dawson Hospital 75 go i b Boyd salary 15000 has a Shroder attendance 5 00 Teno Gas co., Gas 1340 Braham bros., supplies 1300 county treasurer disburse units 19 25 v. . Martin supplies 2h 00 w Richardson Road work. 25 Monty treasurer Dieban Lemeut 19 75 Ieno guard armory 75 00 Walls supplies 30 89 Olsom supplies 23 30 Saab Mathews Road work 4 00 on Douglas Road work 1 1 00 w Boynton Road work 90 00 Beno incorporation Bills. F. Aitken sprinkling 15 00 electric Light co., Street lights. 60 00 w Paoo removing dogs. 6 00 w Menton. Watching Ohn How and others sewer we 784 61 Queen Scott supplies 6 50 in Douglas sewer work Ieno engine co. Lisburn god u 63 76 Holcom Wells 14 Beemer son hauling 7 00 k Stewart Eor vexing 10 00 h Hussey 53 25 saws papyri
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