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Items of interest Clipped from exchanges and Con densed for Qnick Pernsai. Carson is talking about organiz ing a Business Men’s Association. Reno is taking steps toward mu nicipal ownership ot water works. An electric road is to be built from Sacramento to Lake Tahoe, a dis tance of 125 miles. The electric power line between Bishop and Goldfield and Tonopah is now in operation. The Reno City Council is figuring on moving the tough section of the town to some other locality. It is said to have been definitely settled that Wells, Nev., will be on the line ol the new Western Pacific railroad. Again it is reported that a branch line of railroad will be run from L«s Vegas into the Bullfrog country by the Clark people. A proposition is on toot to start a dance house in Klko, and the citizens will try to prevail on the Sheriff not to issue a license. Gladys Taylor, a little Reno girl, was badly mangled by a large dog, but it is not thought that her injur ies will prove serious. Harry Brown, a Reno officer, died at his home Monday from blood pois oning, caused by an injury received some weeks ago while arresting a man. Chas. Buell, an old-time miner and prospector of Storey county, drop ped dead on the street in Virginia city Tuesday afternoon. Heart fail ure was the trouble. The coal bunkers of the railroad company at Sparks caught fire Monday and several thousand dol lars worth of coal were destroyed before the blaze was subdued. The old McKissick theatre build ing in Reno is to be converted into a tenement house, and a company pro poses to build a new theatre at a cost of $75,000 to $100,000 dollars. The Bonanza says a strike was made in the Red Top mine last week Thursday on the ioo-foot level, the ledge averaging six feet in width and going $2,000 to f8,ooo per ton. The Beatty Miner reports the dis covery of a bed of Kaolin near Crys tal Springs. Kaolin is a very pure, white clay used in the manufacture of high grade brick, porcelain and china. Carsonites are going to make a strong endeavor to have the mint at that place re-opened. It is claimed it would receive vast quantities of bullion from the mines of the south ern country. The southern towns on the line of the Nevada and California road ob ject to adopting the new mountain time which is an hour ahead of Pa cific standard time and will use the latter time. On the Riley lease on the Florence mine at Goldfield ore going $12,000 per ton is being taken out of a five foot ledge. At least $1,000,000 worth of ore is now sacked on the dump ready for shipment. Roy Tredennick, who was shot in Virginia City one day last week by Peter Garavanta, while tooling with an old sixshooter, died Saturday. The shooting was purely accidental and there will be no prosecution. The Shattuck Sc Desmond Con struction Company has secured the contract to build the extension of the V. & T. railroad up through Carson Valley. Work was commenced this week and will be completed by Jan uary 1 next. Mrs. George Whaley, of Phoenix, Ariz., is making inquires about her husband, who some time ago started on a prospecting trip in the southern Nevada country. She has not heard from him for several months and fears that he may be dead. Leslie Hall, a timekeeper for a con struction crew at Hazen, was hit over the head with a shotgun last Saturday by Assistant Agent Wil lis, of that place. Hall was taken to Reno for medical treatment, and Willis left tor his home at Leeteville. J. Jamison came into Goldfield last week with the pack animals and outfit with which Judge Bethune started into the desert last sum mer. Bethune has not been seen tor months and Jamison has been arrested and will have to explain how he came to have the missing man's property in his possession. Engineer Bridgman and Flagman Guthrcdge have been held responsi ble tor the wreck on the C. P- near Beowawe which occurred a couple ot weeks ago, and charged with manslaughter. A convict named Read made his escape from the State Prison Mon day morning by climbing a water pipe over the wall, and up to Thurs day had not been captured, although Indian trailers are following him closely. Eugene L. Coe has filed charges of false imprisonment against Consta ble Judd Allen, of Hazen. Coe went to Hazen to collect a bill of $150 some days ago and was arrested and put in jail without a charge ot any kind being made, he claims. The heirs of the Blair estate, own ers of the celebrated Silver Peak mines, have agreed to sell the prop erty tor $750,000, and a Tonopah com pany is negotiating for the purchase of the property. This property has for years past been held at $1,000,000. George Sawyer, Deputy Recorder and Auditor of Lincoln county, has been arrested and placed under $500 bonds to appear and answer to the charge ot embezzlemnnt. It is al leged he has falsified the records by carrying a $1,000 deficiet in the school fund. Pioche has a graveyard in which there are buried thirty men who died with their boots on between the years 1870 and 1874. About 100 murders have been committed in the county since 1870 and only one man was hanged, Hank Parish, who was executed in Kly, in 1892. Sheriff Logan had a desperate bat tle with two toughs who were try ing to rob the Jewell lodging house a tew nights ago. They put up a stubborn fight and one man got away, while the other was landed in jail. Deputy Constable Nofsinger is after the other fellow, who headed for Sodaville. There is trouble in the Morgan family at Reno. An old man named Bowman is accused of trying to win Mrs. Morgan and a row be tween the two men resulted a few days ago. Mrs. Morgan left for San Francisco, where she was to be joined by Bowman, brft she changed her mind and wants to return to her husband. The Bullfrog Miner reports that a man trying to enter the apartments ot Countess Morajeski was shot at several times the other night by the Countess. The Count was away, but the lady gave a good account ot herself, following the intruder into the street, clad only in her night robe. The marauder was not hit by any of the bullets, and got away. John M. North, who has made a fortune in Goldfield, went back to his home in St. Louis some weeks ago, stole his brother’s wife, and was on his way back to Goldfield when overtaken in Denver by his irate brother. There was a mix-up but nobody was hurt, although the man who lost his wife swears he will kill the man who won her, although he is his brother. A. H. Rising, district freight and passenger agent at Reno for the S. P., has been promoted to the position of Chief Clerk in the general freight department of the company, with headquarters at San Francisco. J. L. Fulton, who for some months past has been acting superintendent of the Nevada & California road, will take the position made vacant by Mr. Rising’s promotion. W. F. Pratt, proprietor of the Rio Vista hotel at Sparks, took a couple of shots at a man named Thomas Murphy a few days ago. Murphy was drunk and eating dinner when he insulted Mrs. Pratt. Pratt or dered him out of the house and Mur phy began throwing dishes. One bullet from Pratt’s pistol hit Mur phy in the arm, but did not make a serious wound. Pratt is out of jail on $1,000 bond. Two men entered the Little He brew saloon in Goldfield about 2:30 Tuesday morning, and at the point of pistols held up the place, securing about $800 from the roulette wheel and cash register. After securing the money one of the men gave the wheel a turn, lost, and declared the drinks were on him. He threw $2 on the bar and all hands took a drink. There were eight men in the saloon at the time. 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