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MORNING APPEAL.
TUESDAY OCTOBER S. 1881
CARSON OPERA HOUSE
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WISDOW TAX.
, Concerning the window tax, at ne
lime levied in England, a auarrel has
inaugurated between two of the San
Francisco papers. One ofthese journals
asserts that the tax was levied upon all
windows. The other as confidently as
serts that it was only levied upon win
dows of a certain' height and width. To
our certain knowledge, the tax was lev-
on all windows, and whoever visits En
gland now may see, if he will take the
trouble to look about him, many scars
upon the sides of houses showing where
the windows were bricked up, in order
to escape the tax. The effect of the'tax
was that while it lasted windows were
frequently closed up in its way, and
when new houses were built care was
taken to put in as few windows as pos
sible. It was a very vexatious i inpost,
and the people of England were glad to
get rid of it. We got rid- of it by get
ting rid of the country, embarking to a
land where the light of day was not
taxed.
A - Political Crime."
Mr. Scoville, Guiteau's counsel, says
the Bulletin, so far has been doing ap
parently, his duty as an attorney in the
criminal case in which he is engaged.
But it is now said that he intends to
make of the assassination a political
crime. "There is more of politics in
the case than most people imagine," he
is reported to have uttered. In mon
archical countries a simular crime would
be political to the extent that it would
be high treason, punishable with death.
In this country it is not high treason,
which, under the Constitution, is con
fiaed to the offense of taking up arms
against the Government. It is simply
murder, as the assassination of Lincoln
was murder, and as such was reco
nized, even to the execution by the
military of the convicted malefactors.
How Mr. Scoville expects to make of
Guiteau's act a political crime is not
seen.- Certainly the confession of Gui-
teau does not convey any such idea.
"The Stalwart chasm ws responsible
for the matter, and the blame shall be
placed where.it belongs if I can secure
that result," says Mr. Scoville. Does
that gentleman mean to abandon the
plea of insanity ? Or was it the " Stal
wart chasm" that drove Guitean to his
act that was one of insanity ? Guiteau
had a personal grievance against the
late President, and, therefore, after days
of deliberation, he killed Lis selected
victim. That was not treason. That
was simply murder. But Mr. Scoville
proposes to make of it a political crime.
A Sacramento paper offers to pay fifty
dollars for an acceptable Christmas story
to be not less than ten nor more than
fifteen columns Ions:. Each column of
typo according to its own computation,
will contain 1.600 words. An article
fifteen columns loner would therefore
contain 24,000 words, which furnished
at fifty dollars would be four and four-
fifths words for a cent The extrava
gance of tbe Sacramento paper's offer is
really staggering whea its details are
figured out. It is by writing stories in
response to offers of this kind that the
literary guild make the money to buy
the fino houses which it is so well
known that they occupy in California.
Stockton MaiL
The Silver State says : Immense
quantities of freight are now being
taken over the Central Pacific Railroad.
Railroad men say the load never did
more business in that line than it is do
ing at present Special trains, heavily
loaded, arrive and depart from here at
all hours of the day and nignt, the regu
lar trains not being sufficient to do the
work. So far it seems as if the south
ern roads had not in the least affected
the traflic on the Central Pacific, and
they are not likely to unless there
should be unusual snow blockados in
the Winter.
We are in receipt of an anonymous
communication. While the contents
maybe true enough and patent to all,
the letter is too personal for the Appeal
to publish. Besides, it is custompry
and exacting by the-press' the world
over that the name of the writer should
accompany -a correspondence, that the
publisher may know what weight to
attachto-it. '. a :ti
Howgate Indicted for Forgery.
Washington, Oct. 23. Captain
Howgate yesterday entered a plea of
not guilty td the charge of embezzle
ment and was committed in default of
$30,000. bail. .His counsel promised to
come into court with sureties on Mon
day. During the argument in the case
as to the amount of bail to be required
the District Attorney said: "The
amount embezzled as charged in the
indictment is $91,000. The indict
ment does not cover all the charges of
embezzlement. I do not think I am
violating any official confidence in say
ing that the Grand Jury has already in-
dieted him for forgery."
New York, Oct. 25. The Mayor to
day addressed a proclamation to the
people of the city reciting the perilous
condition in consequence of the unpre
cedented drouth and the deficiency of
the water supply. lie enjoins the peo
ple to practice economy in the use of
water to tide over the difficulties and
avoid the dangers which are immediate.
He says that without copious rains the
entire reserve supply will bo exhausted
in 16 days at the present rate of con
sumption. Hor-jan Secretary of the Treasury.
Washington, Oct. 24. The Senate
in executive session to-day confirmed
the nomination of Edwin D. Morgan of
New York as Secretary of the Treasury.
Many still believe ho will only remain
in the Cabinet until Winter, and then
Conkling will succeed him, and that
this is the programme. Doubtless
Morgan declined at first and wa3 in
duced to accept perhaps on these
grounds.
Socialistic.
Chicago, October 24. The Revo
lutionary Socialistic Party closed their
National Convention with a ball and re
ception Saturday night. At the meeting
resolutions were passed denouncing Ca
sinsm, and providing for the formation
of socialistic groups in cities. Schwab
and others at the meeting explained
the purposa of the party.
A Government for Alaska.
New York, Oct. 24. All of the
prominent men interested in Alaska
have agreed upon a bill embodying a
form of government for the Territory,
which will be introduced and pushed
through Congress at the next session. It
will provide for a simple organization,
with a court of record and an executive.
These Lying Auctioneers.
Last evening at an auction house on
Main street, a bronze clock was offered
for sale, and the crowd languidly ran
the bidding up to $1-50, amid the most
frantic endeavors on the part of the auc
tioneer to boom it to higher figures. He
shouted "going, going," nearly 100
times before he finally knocked it down
to a Teuton for $1.75. The purchaser
pulled out an old buckskin purse and
was about to pay for his bargain, when
suddenly a shade of suspicion passed
over his face, and grasping the clock he
held it up to his ear and shook up the
contents. There was no sound of tick
ing levers, or in fact any sort of mechan
ical response. Not a tam cent," he
shouted, slamming down the clock
" You sell mit der false pretenses. All
der vile you sell dot srlok you holler out
goin', goin', like der difle, und der tam
ole glok doesn't go a lick since next
Christmas, by jimine !" Saft Lake Tri
bune. ......
Supervisor William Witherill came
into Bodie Thursday from his Dogtown
placer diggings, says the Free Press,
having with him a nugget which he
took out last week of about $50 value.
It is the largest nugget which was ever
taken out on this side of the Sierra
Nevada.
In the Criminal Court at Washing
ton last Saturday Leigh Rvbinson, an
able lawyer, was assigned by the Court
to the disagreeable position of associate
counsel with Scoville in the defense of
Guiteau. 8"' '""''
Black satin, worth Si. for 75 cents, at
M. Cohn's.
Double-width dresj goads,1 worth 50
cents, for 25 cents, at M. Cohn's,
White blankets, worth $5, for $3,, at
jh. conn's. ,.. , . , -
Cooley's corsets, worth ;$1.75, for $1, at
M. Colin'?. -
CHARLES E. LOCKE Manager
FRIDAY EVENING, October 28.
Dat's
My Regular Buziness P
' " ' First A n pea ranee Here of the ',
i . .: " v- -
Uucle Isaac Combination
From the Bush Street Theater. San FranciS'io, after a
successful run of Ihree Weeks.
" VISCONSIN, LETS GO SHAKE FOR A COUPLE OF
RA1LUOAU3."
XXA AH IXCH: ISAAC,
Supported by Hi Full Com any. ;
MR. FEHRMANN wag formerly of the Milton Kobles
Comlhiat!on, an i ra:lo a tre iron ious hit in tin character
of the JEW in the " 1'lltMX."
r Prices as usual. IleserveJ seats to lij bad at dpt.
Avery's " Hole in the Wall."
TO TEE FtiOBT AGAIN !
JOHV G. FOX HS
FKBSU assortment of
NOW UN HAND A
Books. Music and Jewelry,
GUNS
AND
AMXUHITI03
PISTOLS,
4 Reloading Tools.
And everything in the porting line
Ail the leading Periodicals aud Magazine of America.
Cutlery, Fancy Articles
And a general assortment of almost everything that ca
be boutrht for mone fb8
DR. SPINNEY,
No. 11 Hearcy Street,
Treats All Chronic and Special Diseases
WHO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM THE EFFECTS
of youthful follies or indiscretion, will do well to
avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the
altar of sutfennr humanity. 1)14 hl'lNJNJiv ni iruaran
tee te forftft $i00 for every esse of reminal weakness or
private disease of any kind or character which he under
takes and fails to cure.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
There are miny at the ae of thirty to sixty who are
troubled with too requent evacuations el u.e DiaiKier,
often accompanied by a Biurht smaitimr or burning sensa
tion and a weakening of the system in a manntr the pa
tient cannot account f r. On examining the urinary de
posits a ropy s.'di in-nt will often he found, and sometimes
email paiticies of albumen will appear, or the color will
be of a thill milkisti ntie, aji n clian'iiir to a uarK anil
torpid appearance. There are many ni-n who die of this
difficult.?, irn'.ran! of the eiuse, which 'is the seoond
stae of seminal weakness. Dr. S will guarantee a p rfect
cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the
eenifo-ur;nary orjrans
OffiVe Hours 10 to 4 and 6 to 8 Sundays, from 10 to 11
Consul'ati" ns free Thorough examination and advice,
$i Call or address,
R. SPIXSEV & CO ,
o24-ly No 11 Keai ny street, San Francisco
OPERA Mil RESTAURANT.
C.
P. CIUDICELLI. PROPRIETOR.
OYSTERS, GAME, POULTRY
ritCIT, ICE CKEAH,
And I1 In Delicacies of too Season
Constantly on Hand .
OPEN
DAY AND
anr1
NIGHT.
B. P. MEDEB,
nr ALLgrrs branches,
HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE,
Etc.
.Btc.
.te.
PAFER-HAI7GXZ70
CALOIHIHING.
Firstrolasp ;Work.VIoweat Prioee.
. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Vi i i.l. 5 K , .
Faint Stoop. opposite Wells. Fargo ctfi,
Curson St., Carson. Jter. Jy22tf
FOR THE BEST AKD LATEST STYLES IH
CLOTHING, FURNISHING "GOODS, BOOTS
SHOES, HATS AMD CAPS,
JCtc
ONE
PRICE
RANK
County
GOODS MARKED
south mm st., carsoi, mm
K AVB Jl'kT FlfcCEIVliD J.. LA HUE IJ
-VOICE OF-
Men's Shoes,
L;i dies' Slices,
Misses' Shoes,
Children's
Shoes
IN
ENDLESS VARIETY.
WE CARRY THE
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK
CF
Eastern Hand-sewed Kid Cation Boots
for Ladies, in the State,
At Lower Rates than Ever Before.
ALSO
Gents' Hand-sewed Boots and Shoes
OP THE
BEST EASTERN MAKE.
Call
and Examin Before
Elsewaere.
Fnrcnaslnsr
OliCOVICII
ueii
BROS.
FALL AND WINTER CAMPAIGN
KOFPEL& PJL.ATT
BE COHBTAXTLT KECBIVI9IO MEW
Invoices of Goods at tno
CORNER OF CARSON AND THIR9STRE1TS
Opposite th St. CharlM Hotel.
Now is tbe time to examine their etek of
FILL MD WINTER GOODS,
Co Minting of
Hens', Youih's and Boys' Clothing
Of all the latest and moat approved Itjr lee
Hats, Caps, Tranks, Talises, Etc.
Auction and Commission
GEORGE B. WEBB
......t'.-.'-.' iT psn Mb
Hew Auction and Commission Rooms
' NEXT TO
BCMPLTE'S MABKKT. ,t, ,y -
Ooodasold at auction on ooinmistion, an 1 ail ordert
promptly attended to. mjnit
OLCOVICIl
Brothers,
fiND
tstc.-..- Lute.
CLOTHING STORE!
"boskowitz.
Duildtng, Carson City, Nevada.
IN PLAIN FIGURES.
CAGWIN & KOTEWARE
5EWSBEALER5 & STATIOSEfiS.
Scliool Boolis.
PICTURE
FRAMES
A SPECIALTY.
VSTASHY . 11.15 DA B.AUt; A!
Jvweiry, BpeetaclcM.
tve Glasses, KoreltlfS,
Vnnliff Notions,
Toilet feonp, Hcrfninerj,
(hroinuN, htationory.
Kt'bool and Blauk Books.
t'lre-arnas and
Ammtiuition.
FLshlnsTat'klf, ArtivtH' SIntrlaL, Opttml
tioeila, American, Skuger, Sew
Ilamp, rrewn and Aatomatle
N ins Hathlucis
Hew Wlrcttrr and Wilson Xo
riauos and Orpnn at tbe I.owret Ratr. Ktimt and hu t
iiadic t unuslicU at Miort Itutioe.
Will pive eptwial attention to tiie delivery pn al
periolioal8. brick tiuiUiriK, ofpusite lout (. Hire, .Vrw
City, .Nevada. jeMf
HARRIS BROS.
TO THE FRONT.
Dry Goods liclow I'ar
NO AUCTION TTIAHH
Cashmeres ana Silks,
C'LOAUN TO FIT KTEKVBOD1,
1 RPRTS AX OILCLOTH
LADIES ASD CIIILmtEX'N HUOk'N.
Onr Rtoek Is tlnaranteod
to
be Prti
and JVew. Jfo Voods Carried
oter slat
tbe Flood.
A Foil Line of
GROCEBIKN. LIl'OR.H,' CHOCK KB T
VEMTb' FCBXISIIIXU CUODX,
HARD WAKE. ETC.
We reropct fully invite everrbxlr to call anil nhl
prioea before ourehaunr eltwwhere. HARM i BOOS
tATimnnl ywxty ana
4. . . .
Dr.Slinson's AttlimaRamedy I
is nncqnaiea as a positive
Alterative and Cure fori
Asthma and Srsveiuia. I
and all their attendant evils. It does not merely
afford temporary relief, but Is a erinnnent cure.
Mrs. B. F. Lee, of Belmore, O., ears tf It : " am
titrprUtd at (he tpetdy tfferU of yimr remrdy. It it
the firnt medicine in tix yrart that hat Uxitmfd mv
cough and made expectoration enry. I now tlrrp all
night without rmiohiiio." If your drutrtiHt doe not
keep It, send for treatise aud testimonials lo
M. f. It. PElli A CO..
Stta Broadway, Arw urtf
CHANGE 0PBUSINESS.
HATI3f OIKPOFD OF HT BI7SI3fES
in Kinpire City, eonsuitinsr of eoneral merchancllaa
ud good will of tbe aunie to W. J. Kmvth and James
Morris, I would renpectfullr bespeak for mv luvotkiioraa
continuance of former patronage neretofore heHtowed Uion
me. W. O. H. MAKTI.V
Empire City, Nevada, September 11, 1SL
In reference lo the above we would inform the pukile
of Empire Citv and vicinity that me will endeavor in ur
dealings to merit the good will and support of our prede
cessor and the public generally.
W. J. SMVTII,
sel7-Im JAM Km MORKS.
8. L. KING, Kl. 0
'
TOMCOPATIIIC FIITHICIAX Ann'
' M KIiEOIT, .' "
On m-Carson Stnt,
ami ng-er Depot.
op(Nisit) Mrin'a
a Truelc
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