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rSIDAT OCTOREU 35. WTS ENDORSEMENTS IJY TIIE PRESS. Reference to the dik-s of tho eii(lorsemei ts ie hvo been publishing will mko it plain tbat they wctj written (hiiiiKj the campaign, following along through the career of Mr. Migheln ait au Assemblyman, and fiuaily giv ing him this handsome compliment after the adjournment of the Legislature ami after Mr. Highels' record was complete, evirlentl in a atisfactorr manner to tho writer of all these things if one may jiidga a m:.n's opinions fcjr what he reiterates day after day. Says the Carson Trifmne of Feb. 28, 1877: With pride we say it, Ormnuy county sent the smartest man to the Assembly, and he j editor. THE COLORED VOTERS. The Virginia Chronifle attempts to show tfiat the leading colorod citizen of our State art) inclined to withdraw their allegiance from ihe Republican party. One Mr. J lodgers is named as tho instance that indicates dissatis faction. Our knowledge is that the colored men ot this State are wise in their day and generation, and that no attempt to mislead oar follow citizons of African descent from the fidolity they have always shown tlie only party that ever befriended them, can possibly suc omhI. Ignominious failure will result upon Mich effort as sure this year as ever before. YJto siinging retort of the colored organization in Carson to tho insult tendered them by M. IJfgers, thidr late president, suffices for proof of our assertion. To the credit of the colored raoe lot it be said that their honesty of pur fmo and keen understanding of their rights American citizens confound the uophis of traitors as completely in the North as in tho South. Nothing short of Southern bulldozing will repress thoir patriotism, or in dtacerifchom to decline the most solid assistance to tho party that saved this nation and has lone recognized and enforced their rights as Citizens. Tiioy are wise enough to know that Democratic eifbrts of political preferment ate sot iu good faith, and that the real object is lodirido tho strength of the Republican party. All honor to our colored friends! The stead iioas and honesty of their loyalty ought to CMfcte the blush of shame to mantle the cheeks f their would-be seducers, whether of the nomocracy or traitorous Republicans. We ingest tho propriety of more attention to them by our political orators. SEVERE STORM IN TIIE EAST. New York, October 24. General Pope has declined tho invitation of General SchoBeld President of the Military Board in the Fitz John Porter case, to appear before the board for further examination unless ho shall be regularly subpenaed. It is surmised that the President or General Sherman will now order him to appear and testify with soldierly frankness instead of sheltering himself under pettifogging technicalities. The Board ad journed to day until Mmiday. After tl o Porter Board adjourned, General Terry ar rived and announced tho receipt of a dispatch from tho War Department relative to Pope's appearance as a witness, which said that a conference of the Board would be held to morrow, and notified the counsel and Judge Advocate to attend. This indicates some peremptory action by the War Department. Another Fatal Accihent on thus C. P. R R. The Eureka Lender gives tho particulars of another accident resulting fatally to a pas senger: The wci: bound passenger train on the Cen tral Pacific Railroad was thrown from the track yesterday, at a point a few miles east of Beowawe. No damage was done, and the cars were speedily replaced upon the rails, but as the start w.is made, a passenger bv the name of J. L. Thomas fell between tho w heels and was fat illy injured. Both lairs were frightfully crushed, and other injuries re ceived. Hi? was taken on board m a dying connition and properly cared for. Our in formaiit stat?s that tho injured man was a resident or Iuiftalo, rvew lork, and was on a pleasure trip to San Francisco. Shocking AcrmENT. On Wedneacay fore noon the yard engine of the C. P. R. R. at Reno, ran into ElishaC. Parks' wagons, killing Mr. Parks and injuring two horses so that one of them had to be shot. Mr. Parks was fear fully mangled and died instantly. Deceased was about fifty years old and a resident of Janesville, Cal. The accident seems to have been ekiied by carelessness in leaving tho crossing blocked with cars. Now York, O -iobcr 2.. The wind is blow ing heavily, with j n spects of increasing. Ac counts of tho damage by the storm are con jrmi!ly being received. L.iT'iK. Dispatches from ail points show that the storm of yesterday was mio of the most violent experienced for years. The storm came from tho tropics, and from midnight until noon increased in energy. It was at tended with an unusually heavy rainfall. At Washington the fall was 1 54-100 inches; at Baltimore, 2 74-100; at Norfalk. 2 8(5-100; at LrnohlMirg. 2 01-100; and Sinithvillo (N. C), 4 32-100. At Cape May the wind was 84 ratios an hour. It drove the tide up on the tho meadows between the city and the main Land, covering the railroad track three feet and preventing the train from leaving. Katai Acciaknt. From the Bodie Stan dard ire oopy tho following account of the ef fect of an explosion of giant powder caps. On the morning of October 13th, at Antelope Valley, in this county, JHr. ivlwin lorrest, gvM about 3) years, was fatally injured by tin explosion of a box of giant powder caps kic.h he was carrying in hUnantalooiispocket. Tho left leg, near the hip joint, was shattered .id torn nearly !!. Dr. liooilnoiih, of Aiite Imio, 'Aaa called at once, and being satisfied Set amputation was necessary, telegraphed f:r Dr. Smart, of Carson, who came, accom- f.j'ed by Dr. Black. The three then took the left leg off near the hip joirt, on the n-irning of the l'.Hll. Forrest I'ved about nt'Teii hours after, dying at four o'clock in the afternoon. Deceased was a n-'tive of Gloster hiro, England. Two little girls, daughters of It A. Gousor, of Antelope, wvro walking boiide Forrest when the explosion occurred, wore severely, if not dangerously injured by Cyin caps, their arms and bodies being badly !Grated, but on the morning of the 20th iastaut they were considered, by Dr. Good- 'Koagh, out of danger. If people, who use giant powder caps, would inquire what they - re made of, and how much force they con tain, they would be more careful, unless they wo template suicide. Tub Yellow Fkvek not Contagious. Dr. Westmoreland, who nursed the cas of young Brand ia Atlanta, says: "I felt that if ytl- lw fever was contagious, after all I had said. if I had actually been docoiving the people that I deserved to catch it, and ought to die. I, therefore, determined to give it a full trial 1 stayed iu the room with my patient all day. : I oven slept in the room with him all night, with the black vomit all about me, and the room thoroughly impregnated. I unpacked . bis clothes and handled them freely; I touch ed the patient, nursed him and waited on him t ill he was dead. I had two nurses, who went through the same ordeal with me, and they both camo out unscathed. Dr. Johnson vnt through even worse than that. He was with us all the time, and held the patient's Waad whilo ho was vomiting. He is now in werfact health. If there is any thing that is Wvolutoly demonstrated, it is that yellow tvrsr is not contagious." London. October 24. Several German Socialist newspapers, anticipating suppression announce their discontinuance, and at the same time announce the appearance of a new journal by the same publishers. The Socialist organ announces the speedy appearance of a paper to be named the Reform Journal, to be devoted to the general interests of tho people. Some female salmon have been caught in McCloud river, marked with a small silver tag fastened to the dorsal fin by a platinum wire, and placed in the stream again. It is desired to learn whether any of these fish will return to salt water again from such a distance. Tub Tnscarora Times-ReVi; of the 221 says it was so odd on Saturday and Sunday nights that the hydrants froze up in many O' the houses in that town. John M. Stevens, head timberer at the Grand Prize mine, was accidentlly pushed off the cage and hurled to tho bottom of the shaft, completely mashing the upper portion of his body and causing instant death. He was a native of Cornwall, where he left a wife and five children. It cost 75 ,000 to set Cleopatra's Needle in London. Isn't that rather a needless ex pense. At an auction sale of coins in New York a half dime of tho year 1802 sold for $130. TnE REPUBLICAN MEETING NIGHT. LAST Winnemucea is at present ornamented with fiOl notices "to whom it may concern." The Paris Exposition will remain open un til after November 20th. NEVADA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY. To Dr. J. W. Waters, of this place, we are indebted for a pamphlet of the proceedings of the Nevada State Medical Society, which held its first regular semi-annual meeting at Vir ginia City, July 1, 1S78. The pamphlet, which bears the imprint of the Enterprise job office on its title page, is an excellent speci men of typography, and would be creditable to any printing job office on this coast. It contains fifty-two pages of printed matter, including a list of the oflicars and members of the society, the semi-annual address of the President, a scholarly oration by Dr. A. Dawson, of Reno, a well written report by Dr. F. II. Engels, of Virginia, on a case of encephaloid cancer of the brain, and a code of medical ethics, besides the constitution of the society. The society, according to the pamphlet before us, embraces a membership of thirty-three, in which we find four of Car son's physicians and surgeons. Tho published proceedings are interesting even to non medical men, and we regret that time and spaco will not admit of our making some ex tracts therefrom. PERSONALS. The Ward Rfdex has entered upon its fourth volume and speaks encouragingly of its future prospects. Accept tha good wishes of the MoRMNrt Appeal. Sam Francisco Jtorta E oil ixn&m Sales. MORNINiJ BOARO. Opoir 471i Mexican SS'- Go'iM & Currv 17' i 17'i bi B.nt A Itelcher i:(Vi, 24 CiUfoniia in lift Conmiidatea Vin.nui 11; , 1J Chollar Pot.wi SO oO b." HjIc i. .-.ror..cs 23 L", Crown 1'wnt 11V.,, li-J Yellow J&rkrt i-"1 j ".'3 t Savage 22'. 23' A'ii 134 B"lchT v i CVuitMtnce 10' i. 10 Jsnperul 1 ?,i Konttiik 74 S fk'rra Nfv:tila IP'!, Ml Six. I'-e'rhor 3S I' rah -iu H illixn 124, 12'1; Et'irMxjiKT i'i, ClI Ov.'r:u:m 27','. t'n:..ii 0..ils.!i.!atl 1(3. Its A In 12" Silver iliil 2 ."0 L.niy Rn m 3', 3 15 Julia tv', ('jilciiiiiia j Kiltinvri' 3 i i-i Senator 7."tr l'l.il SlieriJitu 1 1 to VennnMt , r-m. Va-h.e I CJ Want 1 :0 W. Far- . 70, Iietiton 7'. i Solid silver 2 Orleans 3 EVENING BOAJtn Raymond k Ely S 8 Kurdka Con. b8'.;, JaCnHOTI 10 Northern Pfcils 10J 10 Challenge 1 SO New York Con. 1 75 Occidental 1 Hitflibridire 2 1 85 H. Isle &": Grand Pri T-, 1 Belmont i1 Endowment 65e Itcclitcl V-i Independence 2 I 9i Hiuncy 2"'C Manhattan 3 89 McC'linton 75c r.odie 13 19' Arjrenta H 7 South Hodie Wc Ti.a i Bclvidere Ift Champion I 50 Black Hawk 1 7 Summit I 8J Ritcher 1V Uevajo 75 leviathan t'Oc Trojan -25c S. Bull 1 25 Blue Jacket 2 110 N. Ophir ri-ntal 1 1 15 Pacific i'i Star 75c 8 Standard 60c Day 80c Tiptop 1 40 Booker 1 25 Midat 2 Kan Zarier 1 Riutler 85 Pluta 2 Paradise l' Hillside 4, M Whit 9ft, North Con. Virginia 7H Scorpion 1$ 3 I'hoanix 4, 8yndicat !, 2V Aurora Tunnel 1 30 Ums1ih 70s lions 1 50 e Hon. W. M. Sewell, the popular Judgo o the Third Judicial District, was among the passengers yesterday for Aurora. Gen. P. E. Connor, whose friends in Car son are legion, is over in California for a short visit. Gov. Adams, who has been interviewing his Democratic friends in Eastern Nevada, returned to Carson on Wednesday last, look in; as if the Great East had used him well. R. L. Tilden, late of the Nevada State Printing Office, got back to Carson yesterday from the Atlantic side. For a corpse, &s he was reported here a short time ago, he has a decidedly substantial appearance. W. W. Mason, who was in San Francisco fur a couple of weeks, came in on yesterday's lightning express. Reports the stock market H3 unusually tickle. H'iiry R. Mighels, of ours, spoke last night to his Republican friends in Eureka. Jas. A. Si. Clair, confined to his house for some weeks through serious illness, was out again yesterday. Glad to see him around onca more. CARSON OPERA HOUSE-CROCKETT." -"DAVY The readers of the Morning Appeal are again reminded that Frank Mayo, the popu lar actor, will opun at the Carson Opera House on Monday evening, 28th instant, iu "Davy Crockett." Mr. Mayo has made a world-wide reputation in this part, which has been pro nounced by the first critics of the world one of the finest stage characters of the present day. He will be supported by the splendid stock company of the California Theater, one of the best in the United States, and among his support will be tho always popular Mrs. Jndah. On the second atul last night of the present season, 2i)ch instant, Mr. Mayo wi 1 appear as "Badger'' iu tho "Slreefs of Now York," one of his best impersonations. Box sheet now oiien at the Onera House. No extra charge for reserved seats. Largely Atthnped. The funeral of Mar vel Parker, which took place yesterday after noon, was largely attended, his brother mem bers of Carson Lodge, F. & A. M. , No. 1, turning out in strong force, while over twenty filled carriages and buggies were in the pro cession. The Masonic funeral services at the grave were impressively rendered by Worship ful Master H. S. Mason. Hon. C. S. Varian commenced a series of telling and aggressive speeches in Washoe County at Glen Dale last evening. He will speak at Carson before the end of tho cam paign, and will probably reveal some of the true inwardness of matters and things. We hope his opponents will be both instructed and delighted. Some of them are in great need of consolation. Departure. By the southern stage yes terday the following passengers left: Mi6s Emma Jennisou, Nelson Johnson, George Daley, James Fay, M. Koppel, E. J. Calvert, W. M. Sewell, J. Boltinhouse, Miss M. Fore man, W. S. McDonald, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. M. Hill, Mrs. Griffith, Thos Steele. Democratic Spkakixo To-nioht. As an nounced in yesterday's Morxing Appeal, Hon. Geo. W. Baker, Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, and II. J. Mohan, of San Francisco, will address the Democrats of Carson this evening at the Carson Theater. Boxliok. Six bara of Comancho bullion yesterday by tho Aurora stage. j As might have been expected, the Carson Opera House was filled last night by a large and an intelligentaudience, a large number of ladies being present, to hear Judge Lewis and Hon. William Woodburn. Sam C. Wright called the meeting to order, and Judge Hawley was chosen to preside. On taking the chair the J udge made a few neat and well-timed introductory remarks, showing his usual good taste in not monopo lizing the meeting, and with but little delay proceeded to introduce Judge J. F. Lewis. Judge Lewis is not a stump speaker, nor a tickler of the ears of the groundlings, but a clear thinker, a good sensible talker, and withal an impressive man on the rostrum, He claimed that Mr. Kinkead was as thoroughly honest as Gov. Bradley's most en thusiastic friends could claim the latter to be, and in very other respect the superior of Gov- B. If every Republican iu Nevada voted for Mr. Kinkead, and there was no reason why they should not, he would be elected by at least 1,500 majority. Judge Lewis then pro ceeded to show up Gov. Bradley in the Hy- man matter, the Reno State prison scheme, the favoring of political friends by approving relief bills, and the other executive eccentrici ties of Governor B. during the last eight years. Judge Lewis gave the clearest and most cinvincins; history of the B.inatiza Relief Bill that has ever been given to the people of Carson. He said he felt that the measure was not a popular one hero in Car son, and perhaps it required some courage to speak of it, but when the facts were really understood, Gov. Bradley's action in vetoing the bill ought to be censured. He showed the straightened financial condition of the State at the time the compromise was pro posed, claiming that policy at least favored its passage, and declared on the authority of a gentleman of undoubted veracity that Gov. Bradley had promised to approve the bill. It is not in the way of disparagement, or for purposes of unpleasant comparison, that wo state that Mr. Woodburn's was the best speech delivered here during the present cam paign, hut as a simple act of justice to this gentleman's splendid and manly effort. These columns afford not the space, nor do we feel able even if they did, to do Mr. Woodburn justice in his speech last night. He treated logically and forcibly the question of freights and fares; showed np the insincerity of Dem ocratic retrenchment ; drew a graphic picture of the contrast in the records of the two po litical parties of the country; devoted con siderable time to the Democratic Congressional candidate, Mr. Deal, showing that this gen tleman's prattle on the Chinese question was the sheerest buncombe, and that the first ac cursed Chinese treaty was ratified under the Democratic administration of James Buchan an. 3lr. voodburn brought up in review a bold array of Democrats of California, sev eral of whom had held high positions in the Democratic party, to show that John China man was "a marvelous proper man," being the equal of any European immigrant, and little, if any, inferior to the average Ameri can citizen. Ihe financial question Mr. Woodburn handled with ability, and he proved clearly that the Democrats were the only men entitled to the name of inflationists. He also showed in a masterly manner the absurd ity of most of Governor Bradley's claims for an honest administration of Nevada's affairs. Our reporter was forced to leave before the close of Mr. Woodburn's speech, to which the audience was paying close attention, every point being enthusiastically received. Ex-Governor Wood arrived in Carson yesterday morning and attended the Repub lican rally at the Opera House last evening. He starts for Aurora this morning. No more eloquent voice will be heard in our canvass than his. Ho will deliver several speeches during the campaign. i . rM r i. -KiiiALs. ine roiiowing passengers ar rived by last night's Southern stage: Jeseph Gray, C. C. Stevenson, J. Almsban, J. C. Duniap, M. Haven, W. W. Gheen. The complete list of registered voters of Ormsby County will bo found in to-day's issue oi tne morning appeal. Mr. Miohels, of the Appeal, is expec'el to arrive in Carson by the Sunday morning tram. CARSON OPERA HOUSE. Marti ft Lawxor.. Baktox Hiu. Hmimm. .Acttik Max asm. TWO MOXDAV KVENI.Vtt, NICHTS ONLY ! OCTOBRR The popular actor 281 It, MR. FRANK MAYO AS DAVY CJIOCKETT IlK-IOAV fcVEMNG. OCTOBER 3t9tH. A BADGER in Boucieault's Great Drama, The STREETS OF NEW YORK, SUPPORTKD BY THE California Theater Company, Including the universal favorita TWIO-JS. JTJJ3 V TT. MAGNIFICENT 8CEMB.KI BY VOEGTU1N UNION SQ'JAHt ItfDcR THE SNOW AND TIIE GREAT N R E SCENE- Re?rved seats at the iimal place. PUBLIC SPEAKING Virginia Oity ON Friday Evening, October 29tiif AT - Piper's Opera, House. Henry R. Mfghehi, Republican Candidate (or Lieutenant tknarnor, AND HON. J. F. LEWIS, Will &ilreS4 their fellow citizens upon the political Lwta of the day, Including a history oi the o-ca.'led Boaaom Compromise Bill. P30F. E. K. MELONE, OP VIRGINIA CITY, S NOW FHEFAKSO TO KURMSa Made fr Balls. Parties and Claba, At Res to Halt the Times. XdTCIuhi foriinir for practice or tuition in dancuvr wiU find it to tl.eir advantage to communicate with the Pro. fenor. Addrt: f. V. Box 21s. oc24ra SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY YOUR GOODS AT- OLCOVICH BROS. ODS! THtT KEEP THE BEST O THE Latoat Stylos ! Ayr HAVE THE GREATEST SELECTION OF MR. APPOINTMENTS 31 fl. HENRY R. as IoHwb: MICH ELS' IN EASTERN NEVADA. HICHBLS WILL APEAK At Austin on Friday, October 25 W&1. B- BUTTS Off r H.'ratelf aa an Iadepnndent Candidate far COUNTY COMMISSIONER, Long Term. Carson, October 22, 1873. NOTICE, TAXPAYERS ! mn STATE, COUNTY ANI CITY Taxes are now doe and payable, and will bo delinquent en 10th November, 1378. JAMES FRAN Kit, County Treasurer. County Treasurer' Offloe, Canon, Oct. 22d, li'i. Dry Goods & Clothin B30TS AND SHOES, IX THIi: WHOL.K (sT.VTE. IT IS YGUR INTEREST TO TRADE WITH OL.COTICII BROS. Carson. October 24, 178. ELECTION NOTICE. NrOTICK IS HERFBV OIVKN THT ON the tirnt TUESDAY, THE 5th DAY OK NOVEM BER next, at the Curry Krifine Hme in Carson City, and t Adam Welter's new buii Ji'ig, Kmpire City, Ormsby County. St;iU- of Nevada, an Klectiou will be held for state, County and Township Officer, to wit: I Member of Conrow, 1 Jaxtice of Supreme Court, 1 Governor, 1 Lieutenant OoTernor, 1 Secretaf o State, 1 Clerk oi Supreme Court, 1 Controller of htate, 1 Suite Treasurer, 1 Attorney General, 1 Surveyor General, 1 SuiKriTitcrdtnt of Public Instruction, 1 Dirtriet Judge, 1 .state Senator, 3 Anemb!vmeu, 1 hhf ritt, 1 District Attorney, 1 County Clerk, 1 County TTt-aKurcr, 1 County Urcordrr, 1 County Asps.-.r, 1 1'ublic Administrator, 1 Comity Purveyor. 1 Si'jicrintendi iit of Public Schroln, 2 County Commissioners (long and short terms! 1 Justice of the Peace, 1 Co hh table, 8 School Truutecs. Which (aid election will be nnened at eiht n'ctock In thu mornins,-. and will continue until six o'clock in the alter, noon of the same day. The ballot used at said election shall be of good qualitf of white hook paper. 10 inches Ions- bv 4 In width : th naiut thereon i riuted shall be In bourgeois or brericr capitala, the deHiyiiation of office in brevier or nor, pare! I, and the form of prinuni; shail be on the left marirln o( Um ball'. Dated thl lh day of October, A. D. 1C8. ALKRED ar.tM, Clerk of the Board of County Commi- onera.