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Items of Interest Clipped from Exchanges and Con densed for Quick Perusal. Lovelock has a case of diptheria. The people of the new town of Spaiks are agitating the question of incorporation. Wells, Fargo & Co. contemplate erecting a new building in Reno next Spring or Summer. A new fish law will be one of the measures for the coming Leg islature to wrangle over. The State Board of Assessors meet on the 9th of January at the Capitol building, Carson. The Winters mine and mill, in the Pinenut section, has been shut down for the Winter. Dr. O’Rourke is erecting a large veterinary hospital on .South Vir ginia Street, near the city limits of Reno. The new bank of Sparks will open its doors to the people of Sparks for the first time on Janu ary 15th. Kid Raymond and a youngster named Beaudrie, of Denver, are billed for a scrap at Sparks on the night of the 20th. The Austin-Goldfield Co., oi Goldfield, has received returns from a carload of ore showing a value of over 25c per pound. Square Valley is covered by a foot of snow and on the road from Square Valley to the Owy hee on the Scraper range there are five feet. J. T. O’Hara, a mining man rep resenting Denver capital, this week bonded the mining property of Leo and John Mattly, of Mono Lake, for $10,000. A couple of strangers in Reno were chloroformed in their room at the Grand Central Hotel Tues day night and robbed of over $100 and some jewelry. G. H. Parker, who assaulted John McFarland with a pick handle at the canal district some days ago, is now in the Storey county jail for fifty days. Fish Commissioner Morrill is going to stock Nevada streams with black bass. It is said they will exterminate the carp and cat fish, but will not injure the trout. By the first of the year the stamp mills of Searchlight Dis trict, Nevada, four in number, sixty stamps in all, will be turning out a quarter of a million dollars a month. From good sources it is learned, says the Reno Journal, that the Southern Pacific intends to begin work on the tunnel through the Sierra Nevada mountains next Spring. • Two large quartz mills are to be erected in Old Liberty District very soon, where the Cramps, of Philadelphia, are developing some old mines. The district is in Nye county. It is said that the Nevada Uni versity will ask the incoming Leg islature for nearly $90,000 in gen eral and special appropriations to conduct that institution for the next two years. Hon. George S. Nixon, who will represent Nevada in the United States Senate for the next six years will be third the youngest man in the Senate. He is only 44 years of age. Water has been struck within the town limits of Diamondfield by the men working on the well for Jack Davis. The well is now down 130 feet, but it will be dug deeper in the effort to get a stronger flow. The water will be piped to a reservoir above town and then repiped for domestic use. —Bonanza. A Tonopah dispatch says: The most sensational strike in the his tory of Tonopah district is re ported to have been made a few days ago forty miles south of Rev eille, in the Cowitch range. The Masons of Goldfield are preparing to erect a magnificent club house, where the members of the Order, who represent nearly every State in the Union, can make their social headquarters. It is now stated that electric power for Tonopah will be gener ated and transmitted from a power plant to be erected in Mono county, Cal., at Rush Creek and Lee Vining Creek. The distance is 112 miles. A project is on foot to connect Fallon, in Churchill county, with Hazen, on the line of the S. P., by an electric road, the power to be taken from the Truckee River at a point a short distance above the head of the government canal. There are but four miles be tween ends of the Salt Lake & San Pedro track on the desert be tween Good Springs and the west ern tracklayers, and it is anticipa ted that trains will be running regularly over the road by Janu ary 15th. While a Southern Pacific train was passing through Palisade Canyon a few nights ago, a huge wild cat landed on the cab of the engine. After riding a short dis tance the feline jumped to the ground, rolled over a few times and then ran away. Three men on their way from Butte, Mont., to this State, nearly perished in the snow about ten miles from Wells the other night. One man was lost and owes his life to a faithful dog. All of the men suffered severely, but are not dangerously injured. A couple of prisoners in the Elko county jail had almost dug out through the walls the other day when discovered by the Sher iff. They had evidently been working to get out for a couple of weeks. They are now confined in the steel tanks of the jail. Vice Chancellor Stevens, in Trenton, N. J., Friday, made an order confirming the report of the receivers of the New York-Ne vada Copper Company, and dis charging them from further duty. The report showed that the prop erty of the company had been sold to Edward T. Toland and others for $452,100, and that all creditors were paid in full. The property is located at Ely. 1 he Automobile Company has just completed its new toll road between Tonopah and Goldfield. The highway is over twenty three miles long, and cost the company more than $2,000. It ex tends to the Black Butte, going through Diamondfield and Colum bia. No teams are allowed to travel this road, and the automo biles can make much better time on account of having a clear road to run over. An immense freight automobile, capable of drawing several heav ily loaded wagons, arrived in Reno a few days ago from San Fran cisco, and the next morning de parted for Tonopah and Goldfield, between which points it will be used for freighting purposes. The auto is a powerful machine, and is fitted up on the style of a locomo tive, having a closed cab in the rear, in which the driver sits. It is capable of hauling several large freight wagons on a heavy grade. —Reno Gazette. Mrs. Dr. Williams, the noted woman mine promoter, of Tono pah, threatened to kill Attorney H. B. Lind the other day in a dis pute over a certain town lot. She was arrested and placed under bonds. She is the woman who was going to have the Bonauza editor arrested for libel when he exposed her wildcat mining schemes, but she never made good. Within a few weeks hundreds of men will be thrown out of work on the deserts of Nevada. These men have been engaged by the various contractors to work on the grades of the new railroad be tween Salt Lake and Los Angeles. As all the grading will be finished certainly by February ist, there will be no need of the small army and they will drift to other places. It is announced that the South ern Pacific Company intends to build several hospital cars for use on its roads, and these cars are to be built in the Sacramento shops. H. J. Small, general superintend ent of motive power of the com pany, has prepared plans and specifications for the cars, which will have accommodations for twelve patients, together with a stateroom for attendants, a kitchen, an operating room and closets for medicines, instruments and other things needed. Pll Dyer -DEALER IN Fresh Vegetables ^ FRUITS ** Candies, Nuts, Etc. Next to Owl Saloon Building Main Street Yerington, ■ Nevada THE CLEANSING AND HEALING CUKE FOR CATARRH CATARRH Ely’s Cream Balm Easy and pleasant to I U8 *. 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