Contributed by kchen
Description: Local Items, Plymouth ItemsDate: April 15 1892
Newspaper published in: Jackson
16 April, 1892
District Attorney RUST went to San Francisco Wednesday morning.
Mrs. R. J. NEVILLE and Miss Sadie DIPPEL went to San Francisco last Monday morning on a visit.
Mr. E. MULDOON returned from his trip to San Francisco last Monday night.
Mr. D. MATTLY is having a substantial stone wall built in front of his residence near the brewery.
B.C. BRIER, of Sacramento, the well known short-hand reporter, was in Jackson last Friday and Saturday.
Mr. N. P. WILLIAMS has had a neat new picket fence put up in front of his residence on Summit street.
Mrs. R. W. WATROUS has gone below for the purpose of laying in a fresh supply of goods for her variety store.
The remains of Geo. W. PARKER, who died last weeks at Red Cloud, Neb., were taken to Volcano last Wednesday night for burial.
Mrs. J.D. MASON went to San Francisco last Saturday to attend the Grand Lodge of Chosen Friends as a representative of Jackson Lodge.
SUICIDE—A man named Wm. WEBELBUTH committed suicide by hanging himself in his cabin on Saturday the 2nd inst. in Grapevine Gulch near Murphys in Calaveras county. He was a native of Germany and about 58 years of age. The suicide was evidently premeditated but the reason which led him to commit the rash act are not known. He was the owner of the Louise quartz mine, which he deeded to a friend named CARLEY shortly before taking his own life. He also had about one hundred dollars in money in his cabin at the time.
Mr. Ed POTTER has his dwelling house about finished and will soon with his family be living here, some of the furniture having already arrived. Mr. POTTER has expended quite a sum of money on the place and can now boast of the finest house in town.
Mr. and Mrs. John LUCAS, formerly of Plymouth have returned from Virginia City. They are at present the guests of her sister, Mrs. MITROVICH.
Dr. NORMAN is still making improvements about his place.
Father MALONEY was over today on business connected with the Church. We are always pleased to see the genial smith of the Rev. Father.
We hear that Mr. Patrick KANE, formerly of Fair Play, is dead and will be buried tomorrow.
Mrs. John VAKISH has been confined to the bed for some time with inflammatory rheumatism. She is now improving.
There was a great many outsiders in town last Friday, some coming to be present at the sale and others to attend the funeral which took place here in the afternoon. Mr. Pat KANE, an old gentleman, died of heart disease last Wednesday at his place near Fair Play. He was buried from the Catholic Church at 1 o'clock Friday. Rev. Father CLINE, their parish priest, had charge of the funeral and preached a very interesting sermon on "death and resurrection."
Mrs. PUREELL'S baby, aged seven months, died last Thursday, after a few days sickness. It was buried Friday afternoon at four o'clock.
The sale of Mr. GREEN'S property came off towards evening. Several bids were made, the highest bidder being Mr. WOOLFORD.
The PINDER property was sold Saturday to different parties.
We have another undertaking room in town now, opened by Mr. C. RANDOLPH.