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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Kansas, (search)
having been submitted to the courts, the Louisville circuit court decides in favor of Beckham......March 10, 1900 The court of appeals decides by a vote of 6 to 1 that the action of the legislature in declaring Goebel governor was legal......April 6, 1900 An appeal from the decision of the Louisville circuit court in the gubernatorial case is filed in the United States Supreme Court......April 16, 1900 The grand jury at Frankfort returns in dictments against Henry E. Youtsey, Harlan Whitaker, Berry Howard, James Howard, and Dick Combs for the murder of Goebel, and against others as accessory before the fact......April 17, 1900 In the Franklin county circuit court final judgments in favor of the Democratic claimants for the minor State offices are entered......April 18, 1900 Col. David G. Colson, on trial at Frankfort for the killing of Ethelbert D. Scott, in the lobby of the Capital Hotel, that city, is acquitted......April 21, 1900 In the Franklin county circuit c
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Nevada, (search)
nch mint at Carson City, founded in 1866, begins operations......Nov. 1, 1869 Corner-stone of the State capitol laid, June 9, 1870, and building completed and occupied......August, 1871 Lieutenant-Governor Denver refuses to surrender the State prison to his successor in office, P. C. Hyman, until compelled by militia and sixty armed men under General Van Bokkelen, with one piece of artillery......1873 State University of Nevada, chartered in 1864, is opened at Elko......1874 Bishop Whitaker's school for girls opened at Reno......1876 Legislature by joint resolution amends the constitution so as to exclude from the privilege of electors any bigamist or polygamist......1877 State fish commission appointed by act of legislature, and a hatchery established at Carson City......1878 Completion of the Sutro tunnel celebrated in the Carson Valley......June 30, 1879 Nickel-mines discovered in Humboldt county......1882 United States branch mint at Carson City closed..