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THE DAILY APPEAL
M. R. MIGHELS:::::
:KlITo
TBI I; AT KOKKIFG. AUGUST S. 1888
A REYOLUTIOH IV IOtn-lII-PABTiAL
SUFFRAGE DhHARDEO.
Gotkkxob Blasdkl jit Ssta Cats.
Fmm ibe Snots Crux Sentinel vf the
"Aih nit. we make the following ex
tract: A moo? tba notable arrivals at the
Pacific Ocean House, tbe past week,
was Ibat of the Bon. H. G. Blajdrl,
Governor of tbe Stale of Nevada, wbo
rrka Ibis penial and pirn (ant climate
for tbe benefit of bis health. We are
happy to know that be i rapidly re
gaining braltb and strength since bis
arrival. Governor Blasdel was former
ly a resident of ibis coantv, and in early
ays raorhel it" near tbe Bay, below
Soqnel, where he established a reputa
tion for industry and perseverance. On
nis arrival be was warmly welcomed by
pioneer friends, wbo coopratalated bira
on bis success in Sageland, while ten
dering tbe hospitalities of our little
"kingdom by tbe sea."
Tbe above item was written fur last
week's paper, but was crowded out by
a press of advertisements. During the
present week we were honored by a
visit, to tbe sanctum, of the worthy
Governor, and we must really say. while
congratulating bim on recovered beahb,
that be looks like anything but a sick
man, standing, as he does, six fret five
inches in his slippers, and weighing
over 214 pounds, lire weight. He is the
healthiest looking invalid we have seen,
among the many who have visited Santa
Cruz for their health. The Governor
attributes it all to tbe soothing influ
ences of this equitable and salubrious
climate. In a conversation, he expres
sed astonishment that so few of the out-
aide world appeared to realize or take
advantage of this favorite resort. II
poke in tbe highest term, from expe
rience, of tbe sanitary influence of our
sea-baths, and tbe health restoring ef
tects of tbe atmosnbere, as enjoyed
amidst the grand scenery of our moun
tains, or driving along the charming
terraces, which look down in their quiet
Beauty oa the smooth surface of our
magnificent bay. He feels grateful for
tbe many kindnesses and congenial at
tealions bestowed on bim by bis old
friends and neighbors, and remembered
ins hospitalities of mine bust, of tbe
Pacific Ocean House. He was particu
larly pleised to notice the great change
which fad taken place in Santa Cruz
town, and throughout tbe county, since
the former days in 1851 and '52
when be cultivated "spuds'' and -'frijo-les,"
near Watsonville.
The FaMots Mas. Cobb. Tbe New
York Citizen does up tbe famous Mr.
I'obb, tbe pnrjon brokeres and partic
ular rieu3 of tbe President, as follows:
She is a woman of good guise, about
rive fret four inches bijh, and between
the rears of twenty-eight and tbirtv-twu.
.She is slender and delicate looking,
inoogh there are tine curves in her body.
She has a netful, dark blue eye. a Ko
rean nose, a pretty mouth, generally
well comi-reseil. but when disparted
you run see that the teeth are like .r iris
Her skin is clear a a peach rind; sbe
ha broan hair, and we.ghs about one
linndred nud forty-five pound. Her
dress is commonly tasteful, and meant
to show to advantage tbe sbapefulness
f lier fi.ire: tlns, in warm weather,
the weir a 'light linen wrapper, very
white ti'l li ly nnd plump. Mrs Col.h
forme iy kept a cigar store mi the ve
ime; m-trrird a treasury clerk, left htm.
traveled, returned, and lives fcr ber
vhefck at J reset.!.
While the popular mind in ibe United
States is agitated hj the restlessness of
a great question which must be affirms
lively answered sooner or later, the liberty-seeking
people of England, mov
ing by thousands, are pushing forward
tbeir claims tihe recognized as freemen
entitled to the right of self government;
and with a magaitndo of movement
which refuses to b igaored, they de
mand that reform which has so long
been denied tbem and wbieb, in its
struggle for a just recognition over
threw tbe late ministry of that King
dom. It is beeaast tba long licensed
privileges and long seated prejudices of
tbe British aristocracy have taught
them to regard the popnlar demand for
tbe ballot as something preposterous
and absurd, that nothing better than a
tyrannical and oppressive property quali
fication has barred from tbe elective
franchise tbe great bulk of the native
born men of the British empire. And
just so long as Inws which recognize in
equality in tbe rights of men blot the
statute books of Great Britain, just so
long will there be " riots in Hyde
Park," protestations, murmurings, and
stern, threatening demands for justice
and impartial laws, before nbich minis
tries must topple and administrations
fail. There could be no better s en of
health in the British body politic than
is evinced by this earnest, irrepressible
determination of tbe English people to
he admitted to an erjovmeut f tbe
rights which they inherently feel to be
tltir own. The very sentiment which
prompts the demand for an extended
elective franchise, is, in itself, a suffi
cient intelligence to warrant ils bestow
al. Its gratification may possibly im
peril the future prospects of the Prince
of Wales; its denial will almost cer
tainly procure tbe violent dethronement
of tbe next King of England. The same
blood which dared to risk an encounter
with British bayonets at Lexington and
Bunker Hill,flowsin ibe vtinsot thtthrte
hundred thousand Englishmen who only
the other day marched in solemn,
stern procession through tbe streets of
London. These Englishmen trill vote
or tbey will hold Parliaments and min
isters to an account for the denial.
For wbile tbe area of liberty is being
enlarged and while manhood is being
elevated, expanded and enlightened, tbe
inalienable rights of a just and Christian-like
Freedom are making themselves
more intelligently nianifest to mankind,
all over the world. And this is the true
and infallible spirit of republicanism
out of which grows that enlargement of
tLe mind which resents and repudiates
the claims and presumptions of a sell
constit tiled oligarchy ot caste, or priv
ilege of birth aud descent. Moreover,
j tins simultaneous uprising of the differ
ent classes of laboring men in Englaatl
is siniticant of the grand, almost uni
versal impulse in favor of that Progress
which is a consequence of tbe increased
means aud improved methods of popu
lar education. England's sons of toil
are catching the inspiration of the '-battle
cry of Freedom" which reaches ihem
from across the Atlantic, an.l the strong
and quenchless voice of Human Justice
BT RATS TSLMBAHa
mu axws er
raow v o- L
sst Bvnaw.
COWING & CO.,
USB, SMB. CAI
Tb ORRi;n CiNi-.Rrs-iw's. The Ne
vada G i.etie, which politic. til v is neith
er ti-ii, low! nor llr-h. claims Mallory, j
"onirresl-Iil in elect from Oregon, as lor j
J.-iios -ti. We are not lirsnosed to j seeks audience and will be heard.
bni.iiy iris with the Gazette and will
call on the llretrnninn to give the metu
r's rt't:n. M ' r-f.rlt!.rf Ayl" ll.
TtiH eva-ia Gazette 'iire'ln't bother.'
"!r ilaiiory is wt "for Johnson."
.ic m I'll' the canvass which rc.-uttcd iu
i'is election, oti the principles that A .
.iiintis-in advocated before be apostatiz
ed; on the il-j-trine that it is the prov-
S.vn I'liuiwi'i, August 2, ISC.
ChoIh.r-PotnM SISft Oit.
Imperial !' M
SavaK- 101 0O
F.mpire lifi ltd-
f'ouhduuee hi IKi
I'.ei- her 1 U) 00
New Oklis. August 1. The Con
vention meets eg;n 13-morrow, ana n
is believed martial law will be speedily
rescinded by order of the President.
Sw Tons, Ang. 1. The Post's mon
ey article says tbe loan market is un
hanged. Government slocks are firm.
The Commercial's money article says
there are ne quotations by the Atlantic
cable to-day, which has kept transac
tions in great suspense.
An offer was made to-day by private
parties to supply the Slock Exchange
and Gold Room with London quotations
at one thousand dollars per month. It
would seem impossible that information
of each importance could be a matter of
private monopoly, and doubtless ar
rangements will be made to have infor
mation accessible to all.
Fifteen cases of cholera and six deaths,
in ibis city, and eighteen cases and fire
deaths, in Brooklyn, occurred to-day
There were three deaths from cholera
among the troops on Governor's Island
last night, including Lieutenant Smith.
Although the announcement that the
Atlantic Cable was open for bnsiness
was only made yesterday, there were
twenty messages filled on that day, and
the cash receips at the New Yo;k office
were 3,024 in gold.
Heart's Contest, July 29th. The
steamer Bloody Hand is alongside the
Great Eastern taking in 12 miles of ca
ble to iepair the Gulf of St Lawrence
cable, which we expect to accomplish
this week. The Atlantic Cable is work
ing splendidly.
Xiw Tore, Ang. 1.
To all Agents of ibe Associated Press:
For the present, and until we learn all
tbe peculiar traits of tbe cable so as to
fix opon a just tariff for tbe burdens it
imposes, the rule will be to assess the
expenses upon tbe papers publishing tbe
news.
At a meeting of our Association it
was ordered thai all European news, bv
telegraph, whether addressed to tbe as
Sociaiion's agents or to individual edit
ors, should be delivered directly from
tbe telegraph office to the General Agent
of the Associated Press to be treated as
news of the Association. This will
probably be on end to a growing evil
here, and 1 hope it will be approved and
enforced among local associations.
(Signed) I). H. CnaiG,
General Agent.
Xrw Tons, Aug 1. The Herald has
the following, dated London, July 30th:
A great meeting was held to day in the
city. Three hundred thousand people
were present; resolutions were adopted
declaring that they had no faith iu the
government. Petitions were read, which
will be presented to Parliament, de
manding inquiry into the conduct of JMr
Flu-haul Mague, Chief of Police. The
pnu ession was immense. Several bands
of music were in attendance, and every
thing passed off .uietly.
The Tribune has a special dispatch
which says that peace was believed to
he certain at Berlin on Saturday. Bis
marck aud the King will return this
week.
Prussia carries all her points. The
Liberals support Bismarck's foreign
policy.
The Austrian naval victory is much
over-estimated.
The Hyde Park riots, and the move
ments lo form an exclusive reform
league, have imperilled the Peihy Gov
ernment.
UM
OftVABXffTAl MI3TC3!
Corner of OvW mmi Tkira Mr,
CARSON CITY. NEVADA.
Tni WTti.KR81G!l WOOL TUITO!
1-tho.tur iarwiB the eittaetia of Cavwai
and vicinity that they are prepared iti. execute
Hoase. Sign, or ll nan ntal raiiillna. t a
thorough and wiwkawtHkonaniwr ; and will take
contract to perna-i- any w.ak " 'heir Huo, with
in the circle of fifty miles ot taucit). Order
from the ceaotrv 4icltd.
The taut ttf refrreven pirea a to the ability to
fulfill Iheir contra t, cheerfully (riven. Oar
price are mwleiale, and r mtem of dVan hoi
bom we mdMTor tocbaractcriar with prompturaa.
p.w NH a CO.
soaara aiaMaaara. coa voaanaa.
HAXBLSBAUB TG2IE1,
Corner of Canon aad Mnanr Bin Ma,
(Coauty BaiMiuca,)
OAHBON CXT IT.
HAVE OX HAND A COMPLKTK fcTOCE
ot
WImi, Mtar,
CROCKERY.
PAINTS AND OILS.
Wcct.ll Iliettrntin of gentlwn to oar fin
wmi'Tliurut A
Men's FnrniBhing Goods !
which we wilt aell, whi.trmle and retail at th
Lam r st Market Prices !
Please rail and examine our stock befura par
chiMing elsewhere.
, Pi XT Hat VO TUB TSaMSSB,
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
HOUSE, 8ZOM
am
atVAmCSTAI, PAIMTCa
iys-tf
IWXIt Ak
atJaUCKIBEB Hal
on
t
Chew
rnn
ti rtaMViw-fawtai
tsar T .
ataa,
finnis wa A ervtdj B-annlU
Tanatcca,
Wlitrh will hm aoM on vory favorable liraw. A
rare cbaaca for baraalna m vnVred .
JOI1S a. rvx,
M3a-tr I awn n..k flora.
CLOTHinG 8 TO HE!
M
T OLD FRIES D8 AND TT1E FI BLIC WUL
ltd
E1TRA nwrEMESTI
at Tni
Populftf Boust
or
J. RfMESSTOCKC
Established in 18CO !
aanLia a
Oralara fv-a
a tla CwmsMrjr
ATTESUKD TO.
F
EAliDLKBAlN 4k TOBR1SER.
jelll-tf
johx waesaik jacoa exibb.
CARSOX (ITT IWEWERT,
ltf 1T!TE THE ATTKSTIi'S OF Of
Vf frienU atitl lite puMic in eetiernt to the
oMest ri.-iieer B't-fry in nie lernt.-ry, aueie
we re (trepareti a: ail time to furnish our patron
with
In lrge or mall qnsntttira,
At th thortvot notice.
KOPPEL & PLATT.
DKALEft IN
Cents ft Boys Custom MadeClothing
FrMll.ti-C w4tT
1Ti aluo wi!h to intimstte our frin(1 thmt it it
c-nli!ivt u- ln?4l:h to nt m -t otir HrewrT, ami
fnni hfTr-mice. toeether with 'Switzer kas mud
Pre-tifl
Malt "aM ll 'fm STJi'i-lied to Brwr in qnanti
ti-. t vntt.
mvlfi WAfiVKR 4 KLINE.
IMPERIAL
FIKE IHSUKAKCE COBPAST,
OF L. o N DON,
cash riPlTAL ta,e,oo
a U. I.I'aSKS PAID 1V1VIDI AII.LV OK
mlju-tmeiit, in I'. S. 11 -I'l " in.
lfs:i. SAt LkNKK. tLI. k 00 ,
Agents. ;lh IrauciBCo.
J. E.GARKETT, Afnl, varaoaCily.
EDWIN A. DAVIS,
CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY,
i. Line in the mi-l-yliient of ("Jill ig, Mott t Co.)
'I'
are,
o "vr is
I n nips,
AND IN tValit VARIETY OF
Roots & Shoes,.
FURNISH1XO fiOODS,
AVERT DESCKirTIOS OE
Oiifj,
Trunkal and Valte.
J. KOSK'STJCK.
a
Trunk mnd Veusrt, Boots and SAces, .
Comr of Canon na Thirl Street.
rirmrilTi SrTa.
NOTICE!
LAPY Wlf-HK TO KI-CHVS lTPTL? I
tt-evill.-ll.tiap.lj,- ..t AI'CoMILltH
. LDlCAllvN. tid lsot.- t-iai a
ritexrH class.
! atl.lv Tei. to le til in aJvaiw. "i
LrwKi trt X '.i.rfuy. H'oMn'-'ji ct.i .ofvjifuy
Cla, f.-l Fn-nrli li-i.!-
1'iivte Less. -lis-
. s oa
.. it
AlT.!v i-.-r--n:llv, or ly U-tt,r. to Mr. E.
AlhlSs-oN. at Mii J l'..in,fi!nli'!,
etc. etc.
StieeT n (l:lv;wii7el Tr.m, Cop.r mi-1 T n I'l ite
U..ikt-r. I'artii-iiiiir atienti--u .s4i.i lo J-.t. Woi k
"t ev- ry derript-on. .l.-l-i-ti
J. MULLEIl,
II AIR IREfJ?ISli
t"i I r r - - -
BATHING J&g ; A"r- -.V3.
hulHoti 40 (K)
inn nf I'oneress t.t sunerrise the work I Yellow Jacket r-". nil
'f re. t'listr'ii-ti'in; on Itie ropusition
hat the Civil K ijiits law was j-ist, ex
leilient ai.l necessary, and on ttie rin-(ipletli-it
Iriiturs win hve serreti the
robellimi m i-t I forever k.-pt mil ot
llaaiess. r'urlhertimrr, lie is in fnvor
of lb.' new aineu. liiieut li the l'oiittn
:inn. wliieli A . J-ilinson o.pses. Mr.
Mllr was nut eleeted In support '-my
miliry,' luat lo r.'presetit tbe IovmI peu
;la ol tlri-jr-ti-. I'ortUmd y.;ioj.
Dow ra a .Ltsfirs. That tint
an crbptv rciuark of t'e old wotnau from
ilia i-iiuntrv, nil. i, while on a visit lo
:irr city "it'iiliter. saw a waterf.iii for
i fan first lime. "What do you rail that
Itnrat rtutTe.l hall. Miry?" "rim's
waterlaii. iim." A waterfall ! II looks
nor l.ke a Inn I sli'le."
Opiiir 2-k) IKi
Ow-rinan 4' M)
s-ierra Ne ui- ...................
mos.
Hale A Noreroas loOO Ofi
( ro.vi, I'.iint H-.l) Oil
Alphu .......................... ... b'i 00
PTttrrx by I.intaTxtso. Fonr men
who had coniniitt'ed some ertmep and
were beinir pursued by oflirers of the
law rear Fort Leavenworth, Kanas. re
Gkvi rii. 'ii:iT in Till AaiisnMKSTS.
leueril Orant lias freely eresed bim
eelf a uniialitedly in favor of tle cun
.ititotional wnendineiits adopted by Con
irersv. derlarins; that the best interests
tT tks c&'JBiry demand Incir aduplioa.
Indian TauitBLES. The five County
News of Juiy 24tb ronluins the follow,
iiiji allusion to Indian troubles near Sil
ver Peak:
Some three weeks sgo.Thomas Sbfiw,
I. ii. Uho.ies and Oeorire Aires, lett
here on a prospeeling tonr, intending lo
,m down below Silver l eas, but upon
rrivini; in that section Ihev found the
Indians so troublesome they were un
able to proceed. We learn that one of
their horses was shot, bill ihey escaped
with whole scalps. We presume they
owe their safely lo tbe fact of Iheir hair
being ent sn short. They changed their
course to the Philadelphia District, and
will probably retara in a day or two,
when we will laarn more of tba trauble
3 7olcentiy tool; shelter under a tree during
l"e a Thtin.ler storm, whfn all four Vf'p
struck by lihtuin and instantly killed
Stracee lo shv, the tree was untouched
by the electric fluid, at any rate exhib
ited ro traces of it, while the prouiid
was torn lip for severnl tcet arnurd.
BALOON.
THUS WKLb KNOWN T'i.NiKI AI. SMbiN
a'lil flat hiiiic fr.KlMlnit4iii.eiit will always t.e
t.aiid rl.-an hii.i -oiiiloriHl'-e in Ikttii prtiiieutH.
I'iirr.tnlar ait.-lttion pi.,.l l.i iiair Cuttiiiir. t--r
La.liert to 11 a.- 111 lenirn. 1M. I'-.l.l and
lioer btl5 K1 nil h. ur J. .1111.1.1:11-
ji.l-i tf
CITY 3VI A. ri. KET,
lVuroJ BUk, CuTSjU Mleet,
CARSON CITY.
HAVING lTKl HAI 1 Till i
N. .vr- e-e atil. iiiont from Vr
h. laikiion. iut- uiiurintt"l i
i oi . in to.-1: Is it 'o t t,r l-i-
lioimirt '-f tV pulilir. It l:a-1 en to .r tefimd
mill will eolopaie faV.Hiu-ly aiiliaay M.o kel m ill
.-till-. ll 1.1 i. M-ll'11-J ll.o
Meats, 1.1.1 ill l-e r. -:-ni v. i l y Vir. i:
I aikiuran, liu wi.l ct-nliiiH, t.-tii niy .i-nt.
JUUS KUkU.
rn..n CilT. Vae IP. 1h'
n j::I-1oj
X
noticj: !
Collector's 0Tir. Itibxai. Kete:kve)
'OTICF TS HKKfHY dl-KN IO ALL PKR-
..!i-H'ir the imn:l u?t of lu-tf-ies f..r ibe v!;r A
. 1H . That the H--ensT i &il lint hax- Le
.m line mJ pay-il'l'; thni t-id 0lle tor mill i
f tt-titl to flu? ci'lKcti.-n .f the me Ht bis cffiiv,
Crtr-'ii City, an.l tliat ait erNiir ii t-ha)l nr-(rl-et
to pT the lireti-n-s po .-s-s1. yvur totlie
l:it). d- ut Adhu-'I, IH ti, wilt Ih- h .Mr t a- h
ier reiiintn ai4iiiiiial upon 1I10 muitt ibr-of.
fine -f f5on, r inirir-iiment f--r two jr-iir-. r
Mih. are The penaltied for doing business without
STKPIIEN T. GAC.E.
Collector Tnt. Re. Di -trier of NeTl.
BvJohii 41. frox. Detnty Collecttfr.
laranti City, KcTada, aiugut Vi, lStft.
0R1 (.OOODS,
CLOSING O U T
FLEISHHACKEE & MEYER,
FLEI?llHArKF.,j f CACFFaAS H. Ml.TER,
BKO TO OFFKK TH!1I5 LAKfiK VD VKI t
M-lec:e.1 M-ji k vt Otueral Merclian.lise, Con
Mtihg in oai t of
I.ROfKRIF.S, FLOIK, CiRAIX,
LIUVORS
ILOTHI.VG,
riRJiixe IXPLEMKSTS,
CROCKERY,
AT
GREATLY SEDUCED
PBICES,
To Cloee Oat their Stumes.
TflE 8TORB AND LOT aeenpied by u is
alw f J SA.LK.
S'LKISUILACKEE METKR.
chS-tf C"a Ciry.
E. E. K0RTCN,
IAXVtA(.lllitK AM) 1KI.1:U IS
llBOOTS AKB LEATHER .If",
H (IN IIAVP. A !:KAl ArSOl.T.MKNT
of UNK anJ M1SINU B VT.
IVff'ffl. Bnntt JlWef rfr trarf Wummtetlin Pit.
t, pwtrlwa; loi -t itb ne Triers aou d-rpHTch.
A!. l.i-ail.er uil M" lii.il.i.-. c. tim-: mi f
Lemoine Jtdotl lull ami K.J-, bV n-u Lnill a
SAn!Ti tllVZHU.EtElTHKR e.
fi'-p:,!; c,,.T. :t Tl-e ll;.7a. niy'J tf
TOUDEiMCOn
Book and Job Printers,
Book Binders
Blank Book Makers,
Paper Rilers,
536 Clay St., opp. LeidrsdoifF,
San Francisco, Cal.
This Firm are large importers ef Paper, ,
Triatera' Katerials, Ink, &c; an-1 wit,h tae
largest Printing Office in the State, are able to ,
do good work With dispatch, at very low ,
rices.
Parties sending orders from the Interior will
be served aa futhfnllj as though personally
present.
Bamplas aad pries list fanjsaed if desires, .
aad wars gaamntead nt give satislictiaa. ,
A-e&ti for lLD.Waie'iLiias

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