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THE MORNING APPEAL
WEDNESDAY. ..JUNE 30 ALL SORTS. Johnson's .eooo j phospuat- is out ( f sight. Robert Reiggs returned from Cali fornia yesterday. Prof. Ring will be the next principal or the Elko schools. Mr. Wbittaker of Yerington came iu yesterday with twenty-foar ounces of gold. There were two cloud bursts east of Dayton Sunday. Ihirty-six cars of cattle were ship ped from Wiuuemucca Sunday. When you are thirsty try a Chicago where at Johnson's drug store. Furnis hed rooms to rent. Near the apitol. Enquire at this office. Wanted 3 furnished rooms suit able for heuse keeping. Apply at his office. Mies Maggie S hulz has been re-appointed to teach the Clear Creek school. For Sale A Shetl .ud pory. Can be had at very reasonable rates. Apply at this office. lw Miss Lizzie Murphy who has been confined to her bed for over two months is able to be up. j Plain Talk to the Court. The Tim' R-vi.- indulge in trie following plain talk to Judge Talbot: Last March a case was tried in the District C urt at Elko. E. Hyer was plaintiff vs. P. McSenzie. Brady's Smooth Work- Bill) Brady is etc.' H- drew u , the lease of the Pal , :e Athl.-tc Club so it w.. n't cos him anytumg ro go out of !)U3i-.M-3 VVnen he took u mreey ars' lease of the Palace Cinh defendant. The suit wh h,n.,ht . ,! or rfle acquire title to a certain clot ! "T11? in New York he had one lDirirm.inlk.n.n ..rhu...!. l,tlu"e inserted in the pa rs which r, n- - - iiv i. i a ii n anil Maigurite. After trial in due form it was submitted to District Judge (i. F. Talbot on March 11, 1897 for decis ion. At present writing no decision has been rendered. Meaowbile the mines lie idle auj hs beiti so for three years pending law delays. This works a hardship not only on the par ties interested, but indirectly ou the whole community. The mines lie in the eerter of a group which cannot be worked advantageously not.il this vexatious matter is settled. Water cannot be hoisted from tie turrou tid ing claims without draining this, and as mere is a considerate- quantity of it to handle with the itup-rfect means at nana. r, -i , . . Ke' contest rhu tot Of the merits of the ce we have J tjveen $30 0 Q anJ were drawn up to the effect tr.r ir rhu police nbo.il j iuterfere with the boxing game he cudd give, up th h-ase a"t any time he wished to. The agent of the Palace never imagined that the game would bo injured, and, of course he accepted Brady's proposition. Now the agpiu is very much ,iirA while Brady, Cor net r and Powers are 1 a few thousand richer than before J they too up the scheme. Ir is learned 1 from very gooj authority, however, I that Brady will rr(, intr, n .r. again as soon as the summer tuor.ths are over. During the three shows which Brdy pulled off in the P.ilace Athletic Cl ib he made money on every ! one or them, and at the Maher-Sbar- Key contest rh total receipts were be- CHARLES H. KELLY, Wholesale and Retail GROCER Jobber of Tobacco, Ooa Floury Oils, Paints, Salt, and Sugar, etc. 3va.i3a. Street, Caison, asreTracLa, nothing to say. It is wholly in the in terest i.f the community that we ask Judge Talbot to render a decision one way or the other. With the season just opening wa are confronted with this state of affairs, and b xh parties to the suit are eagerly awaiting thA outcome as well as outsiders, so that ,8 ZZmTZ uonrL- is, ne win tace wmiuouCT as soon as pos sible. Letters of inquiry regarding the matter meet with no satisfactory reply, and the case may linger on for years ior all that is now known. 831,000 His pnrt- Pat Lyman Frisbie and family departed 1 UDflerstanfl tnere is no law compelling r-" . . v . v 4 0 uruioiuu III a trt-r thek T I-., 1 uac jroteiuay morning ror a couple of weeks' outing. Charley Rulison had his finger badly mashed in a machine at the car shops Monday, but it is supposed the injured member can be saved. Do you want an easy ride, a safe ride, or a safe ride? All three in one on a bike from Bell 'a cyclery. The Boston Beauty Doctor will be at the Kriggs House for a few days. Treat ment will be given either at home or the ,Iotel- j25w ners are James J Corb. tt and lowers a money making lot. When B-ady h'-urd or the Ambrose Park pr. position of Sullivan and lMtzsimmons, he said; "I have a! proportion to make. Corhett hii i meet Fi-z imraons for nothing. That! Fitzsiaimons for the I same number of rounds which are scheduled for Fitzsimmons and Sul- ' livan, and give every cent of hi3 f share of the receipts to Sullivan." j stated time, but it seems there should be some method whereby litigants could have some redress. We dislike to criticise Judge Tal bot's action in this matter, but patien ce has ceased to be a virtue, and we only speak for the benefit of the com munity. Twice the people have hon ored Mr. Talbot with the position he j now occupies, and his many friends in this section are anabie to account for his delay. Reader a verdict, and i Just received a new invoice genuine crack proof fishing boots John G. Fox's. Two robbers attempted to hold up a bank at Deadwood, South Dakota, yesterday. One of them was captured and a posse is close on the trail of the other. let matters move on as thev certainly n announced that Ormb3 will do once we are clear of th ..'" " oongrarula 1 2 3 7 8 High School Program. The commencement exercises of the senior grade of the Carson High School will take place at the Opera House Thursday evening at 7 o'clock Bharp. Thb public is cordially invited. Instrumental Solo.. Li va Bartine Essay, "TrifL 3".. . .Alfred Sadler Duet, "Madeline".. . . Janie Mill and Eva Doyle Oration, "Our Flag" Henry Mack Essay. Life's School LouTennant Pautoniine, "Lochinvar" By Twelve Yon no- Ponr,!,, Oration, Nevada Albert Quili Oration, "Culture Necessary to good Citizenship Arthur McCabe 9 Violin Solo David Wolf 10 Oration, "The Chief Aim of Education Mable Ross ir uration, "Law and its Enforcement" Hugh Castle 12 'The Duty the United States Owes to Cuba" William Muleaby 13 Vocal Solo, "Thou Art Like Unto a Lovely Flower" Airs. Cngwin 14 Oration, "The Political Influence of the United States" Roy Crowell is Class Prophecy.... Carrie White 16 Address and Valedictory "The Victorian Age" .Roy Richards 17 vocal Quartette, "'Sum tsM Miss Oliver, Mrs. JUark. Mr. Alack ay an. I ?.i Tii 18 Address and Conferring of Diplomas by County Superintendent of Schools, A. J. McOowan. j will do once we are clear of'these legal i entanglements, at j , j Bryan a More Popular Attraction. it appears to be settled that Mr. McKinley is not to attend Utah's jubilee, as announcement to that ! effect has 1 ten made throuph Scre-I tary Porter. The special session or Congress and various. important mat ters make it impolitic for the Presi dent to come West until later in season. This engagement being off me Committee, in pursuit of attrac-j tlons, should keep in mind that Win I ran 13 next in order on the list and perhaps really a greater attrac tion than McKinley, as far as the We-rtern counrry is concerned. Mc Kinley would probably be a poor drawing card in most of the Western States and would have to play at pop ular prices. The Bryan Meeting. The meeting to select a Committee of Reception on bebilf of Ormsby cownty to assist in the Bryan demon stration at Reno met lat evenine and was called to order by Alf Chartz President of the Bryan Club, whose speech was loudlv applaud.. The following ommittee was ap pointed : Alf Cham, ex-Con gresem an Wood burn, S. P. DavN, Judg3 Healey and Sam Longabaugh, ais was announrw? that- t i SUMMER GOODS ALL MARKED DOWN GREAT BARGAINS IN BEST GOODS. F. W. Day's Carson Street, Opposite the Capitol. Notice On account of the graduating exer cises at the Opera House, the Roll call meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Endeavor Society announced for Thursday will be held Wednesday afternoon. As this is the last meet ing before adjouring for the summer vacation, a full attendance is requested. No Sign Boards- The bicycle oarty which recently made a trip over the mountains from this city, had a very D'eisant and will nxt year take the trip again. The main objection to cycli' g in Cali fornia is the lack or sign boards on the roads. One scarcely ever sees a sign board and when the way to any place is askd the reply invariably U "Oh keep the main road and you'll i,J rew miles the main .uiu.KHsin ave places and all the forks seem to have been traveled alike. Whatever one yon take is sure to be the wrong one and in ab ut an nour you enquire again for the place you are supposed to be heading ror only to find that you are off th road,' and then you are asked: ' Why did' you leave the main road?" lhe country i8 dusty, sre and uu.wn anu tne level stretch or drM up desolation is more cheerless than any alkali desert ir. Nevada. In the mountains the little streams 0r run ning water that cros-ed the road made 5t very ileasanr,hut reaching the level dusty pUins or California made the wheelers wish they were again in iievaua, i..s to wr. Bryan on a silver pla artistically engraved. It was also proposed to take the hand along, so that the Reno, Virginia City and Carson band would blend in one Brand chorus. Dr. Guinan, Judge Lnni field, Judge Healey and others address-d the meeting Th n., - vj.Miuiy i ....i vummmee was plaoed in charge of all arrangements. A list I now open at the Sheriff's office that those who wish to attend the meeting may affix their names, so arrangements may be made with the Railroad company for accomodations. A Swindling Insurance A-ent. F. W. Fairbanks nf t hid i i in County Times appeared at the Court House lust night and applied for a warrant for the arrest of a man named Dresbach, an insurance agent Fairbanks accused Dresbach of tak ing $19 from him on a 9 nnn' i,-f ; j surance policy jD the Pacific Mutual company and never delivering the policy. Before applying for the war- iur. Fairbanks found Mr. Dres baoh and quite a wrangle ensued in which nearly every one on the street interested themselves. The t.,hi was finally interfered with by the police officers and Sheriff. The wrangle vs put an end tQ It wRa then that Fairbanks sought to get out he warrant District Attorney Noel informed Mr. Fairbanks that no war- rnnf r I I i . ...... ue secured in this county as the alleged oftW.se had be-n com mitted d-wn in DaytonEnterprise. -- -- Still DoluoH Nearly two weeks ag p.V. New Tliis Week Mess Mackerel Smoked flaibut, Fiunian Baddies, Tongues and Sounds, ! Milohncr ilerring1 Walsl "THE! NEVADA (BOYS"; Wyl 1 I Always Remembe r thevOTi-Kto-t a When wanting JnTlf.m Suite,! Summer Un tt ! ' 1 Jou v UO nr- ' XP t fk oMMe tor .bo,"iir, "";. or Shirt. . St t-T " ' , ' ront r.r'.V " -' Ule line or ; " V" r:T m "ct ya-in uKur, ne remitted tne money to San i rancid, and got a receipt for it, but up to dare not a coPy 0r -he work has arrived, although he has sent two lists of names down. Hansen is get ting "cutsed" all up and down the line, but he ig nf,t ro hame for it. with an extra! very lowest prices; Then the first U y ICE! ICE! ICE!! c..r,on river Ice. elean ,d pure, de Tbj. ice Is the moat perfect .old In thl. Proprietor. Fractured His Skull. John. Ryan, who has heen an em- h. aicij. nes foundary ror a j jc.o, tuei, witn a ver serious accident yesterday, which re suited io the fracture (,f th- outer layer of the skull bone on the fore head. He was working IIPttr the Jones residence in Hold Hill, engaged k 9' . " out of -ome old Rafting with a forty pound hammer. The key came out suddenly and Jtrnck Mr. Ryan on th. .hin and forehead siinultanpnn.,1 , , , 'J' JMC- Donald, who attended th ...a.... man. is of he opmicn that 0.. 8r-riou9 results will follow the injury.-Enter-priae. the and The Pedestrian Fakers. paging t)y the number of so called I Dedei-1 r i m ti j . I , ,, . ...... rtlo waiK,Dg across -".unHmon aliped wagers business rIISt bn both profitable easy. ut,e .r them has struck Winne mucca. The strange thing about it is no one ever hears of theA ever changing hands except the p:e- -m.Muating individuals who glibily talk or thnm. It is an excuse to avoid beintr asked to work as that would cause a delay, and they are always behind time. Times-Review. JOE PLATT'S oTi? ' J Clothing Store. Suits Made to Order and a Fit Guaranteed Fresh Btock of wall paper at Bell'a f.'I don't have to have anv n- th called "special sals. " Why? Bcaus 1 always give Satisfaction hrtth quality of goods ami therefore I have no need of any such Sale. Just now T Hm ritrin - M. ducement and will give free a fine gold watch. It is no fake but a fla wau h C 11 and see for youraelf and oee u.iw it is to be given away. Joe Platt. NEVADA DRUG STOUE J M JOHNSON, Prop .. t- DEALER m Drugs and Pure Chemicals Perfumes and Toilet .Articles Flower and Garden Seeds Prescriptions at all hours Ci (Ice Cream Soda - - CAESON ST. FOX ?LOCK.