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Official Paper of Ormsby County
SUNDAY AUGUST 5
Yesterday s sales In the San
ranclsco Stock Exchange:
yesterday's afternoon board.
Ctyhir 1 05
Gould & Curry
Best & Belcher
Con. Cal. Va. 2 83
Hale & Norcross
I am now prepared to furnish a
superior quality of ice frozen from
pure aitesian well water. Ice deliv
ered to any part of the city at the
lowest rates. Orders given to nio
Personally or left at my residence at
the north end of Minnesota street
will bo promptly attended to.
m.3m Frki Wilder.
The Wetland Saloon.
V. Whitney has assumed control
of the WeilaiiJ i;iloon, which he
proposes to run stnctly up to the
times. He will dispense the best
iquots and cigars and fine old Gov
ernment whiskey, which slides down
your throat like oil, tickling your
palate meanwhile. Call and see
"Handsome Whit." fll
Order your pure clear Carson
ltiver ice from Doctor Benton. All
orders will be promptly attended to.
m8 J. M. Benton.
"Men carries the largest and mos
complete stock of watches, diamonds
and jewelry on the Coast, and our
prices defy competition. m24
Notice to Hunters.
Positively no shooting allowed on
the Uolstein ranch.
For fine watch and jewelry re
pairing go to Golden's. First-class
work, low prices and prompt atten
tion always guaranteed. jj22
George Lamy, who is peimanently
located here, is prepared to tune and
repair pianos. Satisfaction guaran
eed. Dog License Notice.
All persons owning dogs within the
City limits will please call at the
Sheriff's office and pay their dog tax
on or before July 1st, 1894. All
owners of dogs who may be delin
quent after that date, will be prose
cuted, according to Ordinances rela
tive to dogs.
Dated June 19th, 1894.
Miss Sophia Jacobs who has been
studying music under the instruction
of Prof. F. Zech of San Francisco, is
now prepared to give lessons to a
limited cumber of pupils.
For particulars inquire at resi
dence. VThen Baby was sick,
We gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child,
She cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss,
She clung to Castoria.
When she had Children,
She gave them Castoria.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
IOTON. NCW YONK. PHILADELPHIA.
CHICAGO. DETROIT. BAN FRANCISCO.
Sold on easy terms. Ask for catalog.
ED. W ALSH, AGENT.
Alfred Helm is much improved.
Tony Cramer is doing well with
his Pine nut mine.
Mrs. It. M. Clarke is once more
presiding over her Carson home.
Mrs D. U. Culp and children leave
for San Francisco tonight for
couple ol months.
It is slid that A. C. Cleveland will
be nominated for Governor on the
Mrs. Hartley will be tried at th
next term of Court in Reno. She
still refuses to talk.
The Douglas Ttepulicans have pos-
poned their politics until after the
haying season. Good idea.
Voters will do wll this year to
consider under which king they will
serve, Wall street or the West.
The farmers of Douglass will har
vest the largest hay crop this season
that they have stacked f jr years.
The logging camps at the south
end of Lake Tahoe may be closed
down about the 20 of this month.
The Wadsworth Dispatch says the
river is very low at Wads worth and
attributes it to the closing of the
gates at the Tahoe dam.
J. A. McKinnon publisher of the
Enterprise (the paper in Virginia
City thst refuses to exchange with
the Appeal) was in this city yester
day. Bishop Tuttle, Episcopal, of St.
Louis, who has just identified him
self with the Salvation Army, is said
to be the first bishep who has ever
taken such a step.
The Carson Valley Creamery Co,
has bought the Hutson ranch in
Smith Valley, together with all the
stock, farming machinery, etc. Con
Wilbur Bigelow, Chas. Thrall,
Charley and Hanford Southworth,
Roy Ullrick and Clarence Bigelow,
who have been camping out iu Hope
Valley, returned to Carson yester
day. A Salt Lake woman who distrusted
the banks put her money In a stock
ing, then in a tin can and then
buried it under the steps. Some
mall boys who found the money
think well of her last move.
in tne iuarun wiu case it tran
spires fiat tlu Palace Hotel keeps a
night watchman to watoh the rooms
of gueuti. Many of the guest's of the
hotel were in the court room when
the night clerk took the stand and
some hardly breathed until he got
Services in the Presbyterian
Church at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Rev. F. L, Nash, Pastor.
Morning subject- "Building up
Evening subject: "Dreams and
Quarterly meeting at the M. E.
Dr. VanDe venter will preach at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Lovefeast at 10 a. m.
All are invited.
W. J. Mitchell,
Services Sunday Aug. 5th, 1894.
Eleventh Sunday after Trinity,)
Holy communion and Sermon at
11 a. m.
Sunday School at 12:15 p, m.
Evening Prayer and Sermon at
7:30 p. in.
Monday Aug. Cth. Feast of the
Honor roll for June, Mrs. Hy
slop's class: Lola ..uderhydt, Na
vina Keith, Theresa Hark and Pearl
John W. Uyslop,
Central Committee Meeting.
The Central Committee of the
Sliver Party met last evening to
arrange for the Primaries and
elect delegates to the State Conven
tion. The Primaries will be heldjon
Wednesdsy August 13th. The polls
will be open from 10 a.' m. to 0 p. m.
at the Curry Engine House. Walter
Chedic, FraDk Folsom and George
Cowing were appointed judges, of
election. The County Primaries will
be held on a separate date not yet
Every child who buys ten cents
worth of candy or nut3 at Adams'
candy store has an opportunity of
getting back any sum from ten cents
to a dollar.
f: o Gulden's for your spectacles
eyeglasses at' optical goods, and all
kinds of repaw.n at bottom prices.
MRS. HARTLEY'S CASE.
She is Indicted fr Murder by ths
Washoe Grand Jury.
The Journal has the following:
The Grand Jury made a pattial
report yesterday afternoon and ad
journed until next Monday morning
at 9 o'clock. Jndictmenta were
found as follows: Alice M, Hartley,
murder; Harry JL)ubis, escaping
from jail; John Frost, attempt to
kill. The charge against John Ryan
for assault was ignored.
Shortly after the Grand Jury had
adjourned the prisoners were ar
raigned before the court to plead
Mrs. Hartley was granted until 10
o'clock this morning to dead, at the
request of her attorney, E. R,
Dodge. James Henry Frost plead
not guilty, John Bowman was ap
pointed to act as Frost's attorney.
Henry Dupois was given till 10
o'clock today to plead, and Judge
Cossitt was appointed to defend him.
The days of trial for the several cases
will be set by the court today.
When Mrs. Hartley was brought
into the presence of the Court by
Sheriff Caughlin, she did not look
towards the spectators in the body of
the courtroom, but firmly and quietly
walked to a chair near her lawyer,
Mr. E. R, Dodge, sat down and
listened to the reading of the indict
ment that had been found by the
Grand Jury, As the reading was
finished, and to the query of the
Clerk whether she plead guilty or
not guilty, she partially arose from
her chair and in A quiet, firm Voice
answered, "I plead not guilty."
Mr. Dode interrupted, and asked
that the prisoner be granted until
Monday morning to plead. The
Court set the time for 10 o'clock this
morning for the plea to ba entered.
Notwithstanding that Mrs, Hart-
lev's demeanor was very quiet, it
could be t-e-;n that she was very
considerably agitated. As she took
hsr seat after the reading ot tne in
dictment a spasm passed over her
features that was a strong indication
of the pent-up excitement under
which she was laboring. She con
troled herself immediately, and the
extreme pallor of her face was the
only outward sign of her feelings,
At the conclusion of the court pro
ceedings. she retired from the Court
room in charge of the Sheriff.
Every movement and act during
the short arraignment of the prssoner
showed her to be a person of culture
and wonderful self-control.
Kennedy 'Xew Era'! Jfotes.
There is a dearth of reading mat
ter in the camp, and a man in the
book and periodical line could do a
Buildings are going up rapidly,
but as yet no lodging house is in
bight, although one is badly needed
at the present time.
The Imperial company is having
the waterways in the canyons west of
town cleaned to allow the water to
The placer grounds in the canyons
leading up to Cinnabar mountain are
receiving the attention of the pros
pector, and nearly all the ground has
Chinamen from American canyon
are coming into camp on foot by the
way cf Cinnabar summit. Tbey have
been engaged by white men to work
placer ground in and about Kennedy.
W. G. Wilkinson and partner
have uncovered a rich vein of ore on
their claim adjoining the Imperial.
A bet waa made that a piece of the
ore would assay $500 to the ton
On the Olympian claim, a mile
north of town, cwned by Riley, Bur
kiiu and Davidson, an incline is
down 107 feet on ledge matter, assay
ing from S50 to 100 in gold and
The Imperial mill is fast Hearing
completion. When the concentra
tors arrive, the mill will be nearly
ridy for operations, and capable of
reducirg 1200 tons of ore each
People who have never visited
Kennedy can have no conception of
the possibilites of the camp. Up to
the present time there has been ho
camp in the State that has in any
way approached the favorable
appearance of this place, and we
predict that inside of two iv'ha
500 men will be working iu thu ...:.ls
and mines of Kennedy.
On the Warm Springs road a heavy
brown shawl. Finder will please
leave at this office and receive a
THE STRIKERS' TRIAL
Peculiar proceedings by Judge
Woodland, Cal., Aug.4 When the
train-wrecking case was resumed
this mor.iing, Atterney Cook, for the
prosecution, referred to the alleged
confessions of witness Lasher, the
young man who testified against the
strikers early in the week, and on
cross-examination admitted that he
had told several persons that he ex
pected to be paid for his testimony.
At the request of the defense Lasher
was then locked up.
At the County Jail last night
Lasher wrote out a confession, seri
ously implicating Judge Armstrong
of Sacramento, who has been more
or less identified with the prosecution
since the case opened. Later, how
ever, the officials at the jail in
duced Lasher to scratch cut his
references to Judge Armstrong,
Judge Fisher then released Lasher
and allowed him to go to a hotel.
This morning Attorney Cook asked
permission to put Lasher on the
stand to prove that no offer was
made to him by the prosecution to
testify iu the case. The defense ob
jected and the request was not
Martin Uollarin, yardmaster at
Sacramento, was called and repeated
threats that Mullin had made when
they were preparing to Bend a train
out of Sacramento, immediately after
the first train had been wrecked.
Mullin declared that the engineer
who took out a train would be a dead
man before he rode ten miles.
Just before the noon recass Justice
Fisher intimated that he would prob
ably admit defendant! Knox, Mullin
and Compton to bail, the evidence
against them not being strong enough
to warrant his holding them longer
The War in the Orient.
Shanghai, Aug. 4. Captain Gals
worth, Chief Officer Tampline and
Quartermaster Evangelist of the
sunken transport Kowshung, rescued
by boats of the Japi.tv.q cruiser,
have been tiken to S'a '..o, where
thay are held as prisoners. Admiral
Freemantle, in command of the Brit
ish China squadron, has ordered the
Alacrity from Sushiza to Sazbo with
instructions to demand the release ot
the British sailors. Upon his arrival
at Nagasaki, the commander of the
British cruiser was informed that the
prisoners would be delivered to him
A dispatch has been received con
cerning the report of a second battle
at Yashan between Chinese and Jap
anese. The Chinese were defeated.
Thera's no choice in Bicycles:
Victors are the Best. The Victor
improvements are abreast with the
imes and meet every requirement.
Clothes cleaned and pressed for $2
a suit. Repairing done also on short
notice. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Chairs caned from 75 cents up.
Leave orders with J. A. Bird.
Truth About the Strike.
President Gfcmpers of the Feder
ation of Labor has an able article in
the August "North American Re
view"and "Federationist" concerning
the Pullman and A. It, U. strike.
It reviews the cause and justifies the
strikers. Every man whose capital
consists of brains and muscles, and
who aims at an honest living, should
read these articles. It costs just half
as much as a cigar and does not "end
For sale at Cagwin & Notewares
for a nickel.
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