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Fallon now has a labor union. The rich rock from Goldfield is now shipped to Reno under guard. Bob Stratton, of Elko, has been arrested on a charge of horse stealing. There are ninty prisoners con fined in the Nevada State Prison at the present time. Some rich mines are being found at Cactus Peak, about 20 miles east of Goldfield. A branch line of the Tonopali road will probably be run into Goldfield before many months. Mountain lions are destroying sheep in Carson Valley. Fritz Elges lost sixteen a few nights ago. A new time card will go into effect on the C. & C. tomorrow. Trains will no longer run into Candelaria. The lumber for the new govern ment building at Fallon has ar rived and construction work will begin immediately. By the death of her brother, D. A. Walsh, of Chicago, Mrs. Thomas Evans, of Winnemucca, has fallen heir to $50,000. P. C. Webber, a well known politician of White Pine county, died at his home in Ely last Sun day. He was aged about 60 years. Reports from Washoe county are to the effect that Bartine will have 14 of the Democratic-Silver delegates, Curler 9 and Belknap 4. J. P. Raine, of Eureka county, has a six-legged calf on exhibi tion at the St Louis fair, and is cleaning up $700 or $800 a week on the proposition. Eli Thompson, a rancher near Reno, is reported to have fallen heir to thirty million dollars by inheritance received through his wife in the old country. Mrs. Dr. Walker, whose hus band recently deserted her in Oakland, practiced dentistry in Carson a few years ago. She was formerly Dr. Luella Coole. Ingalls & Johnson shipped a carload of ore from their mine in Tule Canyon to the Reno sampler last week. It is estimated that the ore went $300 per ton. Next 4th of July will be cele brated in Tonopah with a three days’ carnival that will “out do” anything of its kind in the history of the State.—Tonopah Bonanza. The little mill erected by A. C. Pratt on the Monte Cristo mine, at Sweetwater, started up the first of the month, and is expect ed to be kept running for some time. The smelter of the Black Forest Smelting and Refining Company, at Jasper, after turning out 700 bars of good bullion, has been shut down for a period of about three weeks. Andrews, a horse buyer for whom a number of Carson Valley creditors are searching, is prob ably in Honolulu. The theory that he has met with foul play in Reno is losing ground. The latest report is that the Western Pacific road will certain ly be built from Salt Lake to San Francisco, and that it will be equipped and in running order inside of four years. The Tonopah Sun says reports of a marvelous strike of ore came from Stonewall Springs, about 25 miles southeast of Goldfield, and that hundreds of men are leaving Tonopah for the new strike. Items of Interest Clipped from exchanges and Con densed for Quick Perusal. Walter Gow, a blind man who made a living selling popcorn, was drowned while bathing in the river near Winnemucca a few days ago. He was seized with cramps and sank before his com panions realized his danger. The Carson News says that at a gathering of the “push” of the Silver party in Reno a few days ago it was decided that ex-Gover nor Sadler shall be the choice of the Silver party convention for United States Senator from Ne vada. The dread cattle disease, an thrax, has made its appearance in Bridgeport Valley, and the resi thereabout are abstaining from eating meat in consequence. Quite a number of cattle and horses have died in the past two weeks. Heavy rains and cloud bursts are said to have done considerable damage at Silver Star> Sodaville and New Boston, in Esmeralda county last Saturday, The C. & C. road was damaged considerably and several houses were washed away at Silver Star. Deputy Sheriff Ryan, of Austin, Lander county, shot and killed a drunken Indian last Sunday night who was getting the best of him. The Indian was a Shoshone, and had making a rough house at the Indian camp near Austin, threat ening to kill a squaw. Lou Oates, an express messen ger, running between Reno and Ogden, was struck by an incom ing flier at Reno last Saturday night and was ground to pieces. The young man was in an express car on a siding and jumping out attempted to cross in front of the train, when he slipped and sever al cars passed over him. A. J. Walters was perhaps fatally injured on July 28th at Frank Shaw’s ranch, in Inyo county, by an attack of a vicious jack. Mr. Shaw was also attacked, escaping by repelling the animal with a pitchfork. Mr. Walters was not so armed, and was kicked and bitten so seriously that accord ing to current report he can not recover.—Bishop Register. The American Nickel Co. own ing the mines at Nickel in Cotton wood canyon, near Lovelock, are about to sink a shaft one thousand feet deep to test the extent and value of the nickel and cobalt ores in their ground. Some years ago the property produced two thousand five hundted tons of matte and the intention now is to make it a permanent producer. The Fallon Standard tells a story of a 17-year-old girl named Rode Stevens running away from her home at Bench Creek, Church ill county, last week. She had had a hard life in her home, being deprived of all refining influences and made to herd cattle and ride after horses, and finally concluded to hit the trail that leads to where none can tell. Fallon friends furnished her means to go to Wadsworth. Her father must feel proud of himself. Hugh Kelly was shot and killed by his brother Joe, in Carson, last Thursday. There had been bad blood between the brothers for some years, and Hugh on the morning spoken of, got into his brother’s store, secured two shot guns and tried to shoot Joe. A charge of shot tore a hole in the counter behind which Joe had dodged, and he then drew a re volver and shot Hugh through the head, killing him instantly. A jury exonerated Joe. There was quite a serious wreck on the Tonopali road last Satur day. The air brakes refused to work coining down the grade a short distance out of Tonopali and the train jumped the tract on a curve. Nobody was hurt but the engine and several cars were badly smashed up. The Commissioners of Washoe county have revoked the licenses of six saloons doing business along the line of the government irrigation work. They hope by this to put an end to the murders and robberies that have occurred recently at Derby and Ninth Crossing. William Gearhart, a former Comstocker, died at San Francisco Wednesday. A few weeks ago an erroneous report of his death was circulated. He was interested in a livery stable in Virginia City at one time, and prior to that time was widely known as a stage driver. Of late years he had re sided at San Francisco. He was familiarly known as “Curly Bill.” Constable McCoy, of Elko, shot a man who was trying to get away from him Tuesday morning, and the wounded man will probably die. The man gives his name as John H. Gehl, a native of Ger many. He broke into a house in the tenderloin district of Elko and was caught in the act of robbery by the Constable. He ran, and was ordered to stop, and not doing so the Constable shot him. Gehl says he was only try ing to get money enough to buy something to eat. MININGpppcc FORTY-THIRD YEAR. £ |\LjJ 48 Page* i Teddy i Dltotntcd. INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN. $3 PER YEAR. POSTPAID. ■HID POR SAMPLE COPT. MIMG-Sdenttnc PRESS 330 MARKET ST.. SAX FRAU CISCO. CAL. . 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