1870-06-07 In the News June 7, 1870 - Gold Hill Daily News

The Accommodation Train. - Parties intending to go down to the great corner stone celebration Thursday, at Carson, will do well to read the advertisement of the railroad company relative to the special accommodation train which they are going to run that day. The train will leave Virginia at 7:45 A. M. and Gold Hill at 8 o'clock, and on the return after the celebration is over they will leave Carson at 4 o'clock P. M. Full accommodation will be provided for all who wish to go, and as the day will be pleasent the ride on the cars will be not the least enjoyable part of the occasion. The fare for the round trip, down and back, will be $2 50, giving everybody a very eligible chance to attend the celebration at a cheap rate of traveling, leaving them something to spend while at Carson.


June 7, 1870 - Carson Appeal

Cow Killed on the V. & T. R. R. -While the engine "Carson" was coming up from Empire on Sunday afternoon a young cow which had been scared off the track by the steam whistle, jumped in front of the locomotive just in time to get knocked down and run over. Of course she was almost instantly killed. Two empty "flats" were thrown off the track by the accident. The animal belonged to Mr.Fulstone, ranchman. Doubtless the Railway Company consider it cheaper to pay for an occasional cow than to fence the track. We believe the matter is in the way of settlement between the company and Mr.Fulstone.

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