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Item* of Merest Clipped from Exchanges aid Con densed for Qnkk Pernsal. Nevada’s crop of lambs will be very large this Spring. .Sir Henry M. Stanley, the Afri can explorer, died in London Mon day. The Tonopah Railroad Compa ny has decided to issue bonds for $500,000. The work of paving Jthe busi ness streets of Reno will begin the first of next month. A man named Wm. Perkins has been arrested in Wadsworth for stealing $8 in Reno. Battle Mountain gamblers have folded their lay-outs and left for more promising pastures. D. J. Farrell, of Portland, Or., has been appointed route agent for Wells, Fargo & Co. in Nevada. A new $15,000 hotel is to be erected at Boca, to take the place of the one recently destroyed by fire. The work of taking down Coop er’s Hall, one of the old landmarks of Virginia City, is now under way. The Pacific Borax Company is abstracting thirty claims in Death Valley with a view of patenting them. R. R. Crawford has retired as manager of the Reno Star, and will take charge of a paper at Lovelock. J. P. Fuhrman, a restaurant keeper, of Wells, has skipped out, leaving a number of creditors in the lurch. An 18-inch vein of silver-lead ore assaying $200 per ton was struck in the Last Chance mine, near Pioche, last week. The University of Nevada ball team played the Carson Indians in Reno last Saturday and defeated them by a score of 12 to 4. Agents are buying horses in many parts of the State, and it is stated the animals are to be sent to Japan for cavalry purposes. All mail from the East for Ely now goes by the way of Eureka, arriving at its destination from 8 to 10 hours earlier than before. The Gardnerville Recor-Courier, one of the most progressive week ly papers in the State, is installing a new gasoline engine in its office. Contractors on the big irrigation canal are now employing over a thousand men, and work is being crowded ahead as rapidly as pos- j sible. T. M. Crawford, a government inspector, is visiting the jails and prison in this State gathering sta tistics for the U. S. Immigration Bureau. The first box of California cher ries, of this season, arrived in Chi cago last week Thursday and sold for $25, or at the rate of $3.1254 per pound. The (forth wing of the new Riv erside hotel, in Reno, is soon to be constructed, which will make of the place the finest caravansary in the State. President Roosevelt has signed the bill which throws open the Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation to settlers. The Indians get five acres of laud each. Mrs. H. J. Rosenau, en route from San Diego, Cal., to her home at Meridan, Minn., died from con sumption on the train at Battle Mountain Thursday morning. While experimenting with a new automatic gun the other day, J. C. Hayden, of the U. S. Weath er Bureau at Winnemucca, shot off the fourth toe of the right foot. Mrs. J. G. Leonard, wife of Dr. Leonard, died in Reno Tuesday after months of suffering. She was a native of Michigan, aged 52 years, and a most estimable woman. Roy Barry, the United States stock buyer, departed for Califor nia from Reno Tuesday with five carloads of mules for the govern ment. The animals are for army use. The water wheels of the Floris ton paper mill, which were badly damaged a couple of weeks ago, have been repaired, and a number of the departments are now run ning. Elko’s public hall proposition has taken on new life and the prospects are brightening. A large part of the money necessary has been subscribed and more is in sight. Charles C. Pohl, a miner, died on the stage coming out of Tono pah last week Wednesday. He had consumption and was on his way to San Francisco to receive medical attendance. After nearly two days spent in investigating the case against Chauncy Griswald, who shot and killed Wm. Norton, at Toano, the grand jury of Elko county failed to find an indictment. It is said that over 400 Colorado miners have come to Nevada with in the last two months. They are mostly men with some means and are looking for claims of some merit in which to invest. Coaldale, the new town on the Tonopah road 25 miles from Soda ville and 35 miles from Tonopah, bids fair to become a town of some little importance, especially if the new coal beds in that neighbor hood amount to anything. R. K. Lewis, foreman of the Dutertrie ranch near Golconda, had an altercation with a stranger last Saturday over a small account and was stabbed six or seven times with a pocket knife, some of the cuts being ugly ones, but none of them fatal. The examination of Howard Sharpe, for the killing of E. C. Kendall, in Goldfield some weeks ago, took place last w’eek Wed nesday, and he was held in $5,000 bonds to appear before the Esmer alda count}' grand jury. He fur nished the bond. Louis Janin, Jr., a mining man well known on this coast, became insane at Tonopah last week and was taken to San Francisco for medical treatment. His wife re cently obtained a divorce from him and brooding over the separation has unbalanced his mind. The Washoe County Traction Company, besides building an electric road from Reno to Sparks, announces that it will build a line from Reno to Lake Tahoe. The company has contracted with a San Francisco firm for the steel rails for the first mentioned line. John Reed, the tramp who shot a man in a boxcar near Verdi some weeks ago, had his trial in Reno this week and was found guilty of assault with intent to kill. He has not yet been sentenced but will very likely get the extent of the law—14 years. His victim is recovering. The Adelaide smelter, at Golcon da, is now testing some new elec tro magnetic concentrators on the company’s low grade copper ores, of which it has an enormous quan tity. If the new process is a suc cess, which now seems assured, the plant will be run on a very extensive scale. The Flannigan Warehouse Com pany, at Reno, is preparing to hold a wool sale the first of June. Buyers will be present from all parts of the United States. Wool is now arriving rapidly and the big warehouse is filling up. A sale of 75,000 pounds was made this w’eek at prices ranging from nyi to 13 cents The World’s Fair Bulletin an nounces the arrival at St. Louis of “Borax Bill” and his mule team and outfit from Death Valley. Bill’s right name is William Park inson, a celebrated character of the West, who has spent more than twenty years of his life in piloting caravans across Death Valley, the most desolate section in America. Joseph Pankuck, alias Colby, is being held in the Reno jail await ing the arrival of New York offi cers to take him back to Sing Sing prison, from which place he es caped over eighteen years ago. Colby was arrested in Reno a few weeks ago on a minor charge, and after being placed in jail it was discovered that he was a Sing Sing escape. The Leading Newspaper of the Pacific Coast The San Francisco Chronicle The Weekly Chronicle The very best Weekly Newspaper pub lished in the entire West $1.50 a Year Including postage to any part of the United States, Canada and Mexico. It is the best because, besides printing all the news of the world each week in an interesting way and fully illustrating many articles, it has special departments devoted to Agriculture Horticulture— Poultry Live Stock— Mining Literature— Fashions— and Sports. These are presided over by editors hav ing a thorough knowledge of their spec ialties. The pages devoted to Agricul ture, Horticuliure, Poultry and Live Stock are well illustrated and filled with matter of the gfeatest iuterest to all engaged in these industries, every line beiug written by those who are in close touch with con ditions prevailing on this Coast. Send for a sample copy. It will be sent free Do you want the Chronicle Reversible Showing the United States. Dominion of Candada on one side and Map of the World on the other. Send $2 and get the Map and Weekly Chronicle for one year. The Daily by mail, postage paid. Only $7.80 a Year, Address M H. de YOUNG, Proprietor San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, Cal. Circulation Department. _ I>ry*ng prciiarotlous simply devel opdry cnturih; they dry up the secretions, which adhere to the membrane and decom ] ose, enur ing a far more serious trouble than t he ordin.iry form of catarrh. Avoid all dry i >■.: iuhalauis. fumes, smokes and snubs i. ..I uni that v.hioh cleanses, soothes ai d i, ids. Ely’s C'i earn Balm is p.ieli a r :n« iiy i.ud will cure catarrh or cold in the head easily and pleaauntly. A trial size will be v.ailed for jO cents. All druggists sell the . to. size. Ely brothers. bG Warren St., N. Y. The balm cures without pain, docs not irritate or muse sneezing. It spreads itself over an irritated and angry surface, reliev ing immediately the paintul inflammation. With Ely’s Cream balm you are armed against Nasal Catarrh and Hay Fever. C. E. LEAVITT, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Globe Hotel Building, Main Street, Yerington, Nevada. k-------A ECZEMA AND PILE CURE. P'D Tj'Tj' Knowing what it was to suffer, 1/ lVE/£/, I Will give FREE OF CHARGE tO any afflicted, a positive cure for Eczema, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Piles and skin diseases. In stant relief. Don't suffer longer. Write F. W. WILLIAMS, 400 Manhattan Ave.. New York. JOB WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Ex ecuted with neatness and dispatch at the Tim as office at reasonable rates. Send for our estimates before sending you r work elsewhere. Hotel Yerington, MAIN STREET. YERINGTON. NEVADA. tJ. S. Craig, Proprietor. «► THE LEADING HOTEL -^ -- — Excellent accommodations for all guest*. Tables supplied with the best in the Market. None but the finest Liquors and Cigar, * handed over the Bar. Sample rooms for Commercial Men. . _--— F. L. Littell, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. •••• DEALER IN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. I alio carry a floe Lloe of Furniture, Bedding, Stoves. Paints, Oils, Wallpaper. Mala Street, Yertajtoo. WAGNER BROS, Props Main Street, J* J* Yerlngton Call on Us ot all times for all kinds of Cool Drinks. We sell only the choicest Liquors and Cigars. Courtesy Shown to Everyone J. M. FEENY DEALER IN G-U3NrBHAIj MERCHANDISE WABUSKA, NEV. Farm Produce of all Kinds Taken In Exchange. A Fine Line of GENT* ’ FURNISHING GOODS. HATS CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, DRYGOODS. ETC.. Atwiiyw kept in Stock. Silver Palace Saloon « « Upper main Street, Yerington, nevada none Mt tlx best of Eigkors and Cigars kept hi stock a«d served to Ckitoaers over the Bar « « B Tint Billiard Cable and targe and cowModioMs €l«b Room Is at the disposal of all patrons • V* 014, UltlMcaow* ««4 Popular IU*ort of tfc« Cowt. The Owl A first-class resort on Upper Main Street, Yerington, Nevada, where none but the best brands of wines, liquors and cigars are dispensed. X-'. W. DOWNEY, Proprietor. Elegant New Billiard and Pool Tables. _ Commodious Hall Over head for Dances. non me 11 livery and ?eed Stable Office and Cokkalh Lowkb Main 8trrbt, Ykrinoton. Nevada. Hironymous A Snyder. Props. «m Stagt- cnrryln IJ. H. mall and Well., Fargo A Co. express leave Yerington at 10 a m dai ly. including Sunday, for Waboska. re turning at 4 p. m. Connection* also made with Hmith Valley and Pinegrove stage*. Livery Rig* Let at Reasonable Rate* aad the beat at care glvea Transient Stock am Freight hauled from Wabuska at lowest liv ing rates, whenever ordered by owner. Cr IEIM SHAVING PARLORS AND BATHS MAIN STREET. • YERINOTON WMtacre 4 Bosch, PROPRIETORS. llaircutting. Shaving and Shampooing Artistically Accomplished Agency for the Reno Steam Laundry. | SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES I Ttriigtu, PiaBgrcvB iri Smith Valley MAIZj PTAGB0 Make through trips to Wabuska daily; leaving Yerington at 10 a m. and return ing at 3:30 p. nr.; leaving Yerington for Smith Valley at 1 p. m. and arriving from Smith Valley at 9 a. nr.; leaving Yerington for Pinegrove Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a. m. and returning on alter nate days. Freight to all points hauled at lowest liv ing rates. Livery rigs to let and transient stock well cared for. Stable on upper Main Street. G. W. 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