OCR Interpretation


Morning appeal. [volume] (Carson City, Nev.) 1877-1906, October 25, 1881, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Nevada Las Vegas University Libraries

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86076999/1881-10-25/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

MORNING APPEAL.
TCE8DAT ... ... . ..OCTOBER S3. 1881
L- P. FISHER. Advertising Agent, 21 Merchants
Kxchmira, it sole agent fur the UoiMixa Actual in Saa
Francisco
STOCKS.
o I
-1
05
GOO
10
TO",
- MORNIXG BOARD.
140 Ophir 5?
oOO Mexicnn 8
90 Best A Belcher 11
13o Gould & Curry 0
oT0 California SOc
105 Savage 3 80
80 Con. Virgmia
110 Chollar 2 J
20 Potosi 2 Co
100 Hale & Norcross 3
20 Crown Toint 2
50 Yellow Jacket 4 10
5000 Imperial 20c
100 Kentuek 2
1G0 Alpha 4
150 Belcher 1 80
Sierra Nevada 1 31
Utah 7
Bullion 1 G5
430 Exchequer 1 40
1270 Overman 1 95
300 Union Con. 13J
2G0 Alta 4 15
110 Caledonia 20e
450 Lady Washington 15c
300 Andes 1 J
240 Scorpion 1 45
100 New Wells-Fargo 10c
370 Beaton 65c
Xew Incorporation.
A certificate of incorporation has been
filed with the Secretary of State of the
Southern Development Company, with
capital stock placed at $000,000, di
vided into G,000 shares. Term of ex
istence of corporation fifty years. The
objects, as set forth in the certificate,
are to buy and sell land, town lots and
other real property ; to build, maintain
and operate toll roads, and thereon to
collect and receive tolls ; to buy, locate,
hold and possess water and water rights
and privileges, and to construct, lay
down and maintain reservoirs, ditches,
pipes, aqueducts and conduits for the
collection and transportation of water ;
to supply and sell water to the inhabi
tants of towns, cities for domestic, me
chanical and other uses, and to build
and operate flumes for the transporta
tion therein, by means of water, of
wood, lumber and timber ; to buy, sell, I
hold, own and possess timber lands, and
to build, own and operate saw mills and
machinery, and to manufacture, trade
in and sell all kinds of wood, timber
and lumber ; to engage in the buildin
construction, maintenance ana oper
ation upon contract, and for others, of
railroads, toll roads, flumes, ditches,
saw mills, machinery and other im
provements: to acquire and hold as
such property, real ana personal, as
may be necessary for the proper carry
ing out of the objects aforesaid, and to
engage in any such species of trade,
business or commerce, foreign or do
mestic, as may be found requisite or
advantageous in and about the matters
set forth and declared.
Another Railroad.
Articles of incorporation of the Ne
vada Midland Railroad Company, with
capital stock at $5,000,000, divided
into 50,000 shares, have been filed in
the office of the Secretary of State. It
is to be constructed from a point on the
eastern boundary line of the Stale of
Nevada in White Pine county, to and
through the counties of White Pine,
Eureka, Nye, Lander, Churchill, Lyon,
Duglas,jEsmeralda,Ormsby and Washoe,
to a point on the western boundary
line of the State, in the county of
Douglas.
Departed for Salt Lake.
Mrs. S. P. Davis ad family left on
the train last evening for Salt Lake.
Mrs. Davis goes to join her husband at
that place, where the family will make
their future home. In leaving Carson
Mrs. Davis leaves many warm friends
behind, made during a long residence
in our midst Quite a number of
friends were at the depot to say good
bye and wish her and the children a
safe journey.
Just out of pawn an elegant nine
stone cluster diamond ring, worth $140,
can be bought, for $70. Uncle Harris
221 Kearny street, San Francisco.
White's gray corsets, worth $1, for
50 cents, at M. Conn's..
Theatrical Performance.
Max Fehrmann, as Uncle Isaac,'
will appear at the Opera House Friday
evening. Wherever Mr. Fehrmann has
appeared he has keen well received in
the play of "Uncle Isaac." We believe
we can' safely ; make the assertion that
our people will have a genuine treat in
the rendition of this performance.
From the Sacramento Record-Union,
where the play was produced Saturday
evening last, we take the following:
"Uncle Isaac" was performed bv
Meade's New York Company again last
evening, and Mr. Fehrmann proved
even more entertaining in his admir
able eccentric character and dialect
part than on the first evening. The
company appears to good advantage,
and the favorable opinion formed of it
Thursday evening was last night con
firmed. The play itself is like a cheap
frame to a good picture. It serves as
the means by which some admirable
acting is presented, and some of the
very best of which is found in the
capital disguise of a well known mem-
ler of the dramatic profession, whosa
incognito is his own concern. If the
success of a performance is to be judged
by the pleasure it gives the auditors,
then Mr. Fehrmann and his aids have
scored A success.
Greeting.
Various were the toasts proposed and
drank by the attaches of the Appeal
over the marriage of Mark Harris and
Miss Ricke Marx, in S;in Francisco on
Sunday last. If but the smallest portion
of the good luck wished for their future
can come true, they have much in
store.
A VEKV BAD AFFAIR.
J antes E.
IX BBIEf.
Black cashmere, all wool, worth 62
cents, for 37 J cents, at M. Cohn's. , ,
Large dinner napkins, worth $2.50, for
$1.75, at M. Cohn's.
Ex-Attorney-General Buckner is in
town.
C. S. Varian of Reno, M'as in town
yesterday.
N. Soderberg, now a resident of San
Francisco, arrived in Carson Sunday.
Ormsby Lodge, A. O. U. W., will
hold their regular meeting this evening.
Governor Kinkead has appointed A
M. Aguirll Notary Public for Grantsville,
Nye county.
II. A. Gaston, ex-Speaker of the As
sembly, is in Candelaria canvassing for
a new book.
W. O. Mills, of Eureka, nephew f
D. O. Mills, was in Carson Sunday and
left on the evening train for San Fran
cisco.
Arthur McEweu, of the Virginia
Chronicle, cross-cutted from the Com
stock into Carson on last evening's train
U. IN lies, of the same paper, M'as in
town Sunday.
Double-width dress goods, worth 37
cents, for 20 cents, at M. Cohn's.
S. C. Mott, advance agent of the
" Uncle Isaac " Combination, arrived in
Carson yesterday and perfected all
arrangements for the appearance of his
troupe on Friday evening next.
Thev have a man named Tod hunter
ut in Winnemucca. Here in Virginia
the tod-hunter family is quite numer
ously numerous. Virginia Foollight.
We might mention a cousin or two
of the same family here in Carson.
We understand that D. R. Sessions,
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
will succeed Mr. Cassidy in the edi
torial management, of the Eureka
Sentinel, during the latter gentleman's
sojourn at Washington.
Lyman Goetschius, who was arrested
last week by officers Stern and Duncan
for stealing . blankets from Kaiser's
lodging house, pleaded guilty to petty
larceny yesterday before Judge Cary
and will bo sentenced to-day.
J. G. Wolff, a saddler, and for a
time employed in Mr. Kitzmeysr's
saddlery shop, died yesterday in this
city of typhoid fever. Deceased was
21 vears of age, and leaves numerous
Anderson Severely Beaten by
IV. J. Penrose.
About 7:50 o'clock last evening, says
the Eureka Sentinel of Saturday, one of
those sad occurrences took place which
disturb a community. It had its foun
datum in a published article in the
Leader of last evening. Grieved at
what was written, W. J. Penrose of
Ruby Hill came to Eureka about
o'clock and evidently looked for the
author. James E. Anderson. Penrose
met Anderson on Main street, midway
between Jack Perry's corner and Tim
Rouse's saloon opposite. Penrose ad
dressed Anderson, "Hello, Jim." This
was heard by some parties on the
sidewalk. A mamcnt afterward a
scuffle ensued, and Anderson was
knocked down. Some parties then
rushed forward, and Penrose rushed to
the Sheriff's office. Anderson was
picked up, bleeding profusely from tiie
head. Under Sheri-f Mason and E. J.
Butler were upon the scene immedi
ately after the occurrence, and Mr.
Butler assisted in carrying Mr. Ander
son to Dr. C. A. Bishp's ou:e. Upon
examination, Mr. Anderson was found
to have a severs wound on his head
back of the right ear and a slight one
on his forehead. He was for a time in
sensible, and recovering partially be
came delirieus. The wound bled freely,
and the blood oozed out of the right
ear. An hour later Mr. Anderson was
conveyed to his home on Nob Hill.
The Doctor informed the reporter that
the wound in the back of the head was
very serious, but he did not believe the
brain was affected.
A Sentinel reporter made every en
deavor to find someone who had wit
nessed the struggle, but his efforts
proved fruitless. A report was cur
rently circulated that Penrose ap
proached him from behind and struck
him with a piece of stovewood. This
same piece of wood, however, was
found in Anderson's hands when he
was picked up, and is said to have
been placed there by some excited in
dividual M'ho rushed up after Mr. Pen
rose left.
In an interview with Mr. Penrose at
the prison, he gave the following ac
count of the affair to the reporter : "I
met Anderson in the middle of the
street and said, 'Hello, Jim.' He im
mediately went for his pistol and drew
it. I struck him on the arm ear the
shoulder and it staggered him. I then
wKhoH Viim nrunr thf rrnck (nc limit
1 l. WV. .111. M fc - " " " " - - - " m
him over. The blow I struck him on
the arm evidently made him lose
his grasp on the revolver, far he
dropped it on the ground. I immedi
ately reached for it, and still holding
him by the neck I dealt him several
blows over the head. I kept the re
volver, and have delivered it over to
the Sheriff. I had a revolver in my
breeches pocket, but Jim drew his so
quick I couldn't draw mine."
Later in the evening Mr. Penrose
was released under bonds.
The following is the article, as pub
lished in the leader last evening,
which brought about the unfortunate
affair.
Constable , of Ruby Hill. The Leader
would respectfully represent to the
Commissioners and Sheriff that a sneak
thief is hardly the person to fill that po
sition.
. : . Funeral Xotiee.
The members of Warren Engine
Company No. 1 and Junior Hose Com
pany No. 1 are requested to assemble
at their engine house on Wednesday,
October 2Gth, at 1 oVlock p. m., to at
tend the funeral of our late brother
member, J. G. Wolff. By order of the
Company. Wm. Uken,
oc-25-2t Secretary.
Dr. G. Haas, of San Francisco, Sur
geon JJentist (graduate ot JNew orK
College of Dentistry) will be in Carson
on or aboit the 7tn instant. I'arties
contemplating having dentistry done
will do well to wait until said gentle
man arrives. The Doctor visits patients
at their residence, his workmanship is
unexcelled and charges reasonable.
He will be at the Ormsby House, where
all orders can he left. oc-25
WooJ for Sa5e.
I will sell wood, as good, and even
better, than any in Carson, two-thirds
red fir limbs, and one-third split yellow
pine (mixed) at $7 per cord. A reduc
tion of fifty cents will be allowed to
parties taking five cords or more at one
tine. I have also a quantity of nut
pine and cedar, which I will sell at pro
portionately low figures. Terms strictly
cash on delivery. D. Ciuck.
A
II
OPPOBTIITY
A SLAUGHTER IN DRY CC0DS.
ALFRED LIL1ENFIELD,
Having Cone I t ho tel&sioa to
RETIRE FE01 BUSINESS,
Will Nell III
ETSTTEKli: STOCK
-AT
COST
CUl EARLY A'D ISSFEST CCHCS AK3
EOMPAn-ZPSiCLS.
ALFr?!D LJ LIEN FIELD,
County Buildings.
tuh Uf
Great Discovery Amnion's Cough
Syrup.
Do not delay using Ammen's Cough
Syrup.
Ammen's Cough Syrup never fails to
cure if used in time and according to
directions.
We heard a prominent physician say
a few days ago that ho thought it was
the duty of the proprietor of Ammen's
Cough Syrup to give the formula to the
medical faculty, so they could prescribe
aud use it without violating the rules of
the profession, for, said he, "so innny
of my patients praise it to the skies,
and cases have come under my observa
tion where it has been remarkably bea
eficial, that I know it must indeed be a
wonderful discovery in medical science.'
This medicine is f rs:de by respectabl
druggists and dealers in medicine evey
where.
GEOKCC PEfZAStCH,
m FRAKGISCQ 83 ARRET,
Wholeule and ittail denier
FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES, CONFB IONs
TUN ITNDKRSIOMKD
and duly reowvuic III
HAH ON II ATI O
In September the editor of the New
York Mining Record wrote a business
letter to the present editor of the Leader,
who was then connected with the Ruby
Mining News. This letter, among
other things, ' incidentally alluded to
the fight the Record had inaugurated
against the management of the Eureka
Con. There was nothing, however, in
the contents that any man in the camp
was not welcome to read.
The letter, together with others, was
laid away in a private drawer from
which it shortly disappeared in a mys
terious manner, only to turn up in the
hands of W. J. Penrose, and the natural
inference is that Penrose stole it, be
friends to mourn his loss. The funeral lieving that it would prove the person
will take place from Warren Engine who received it to De tne autnor 01 me
... l i c.. !,...
House to-morrow at 1 o'clock. ie"rs B"- luc"
I X lie services ui mis leiiuw i cuiusk,
for good and sufficient reasons, had been
Agent of Sullivan's Mirror of Ireland I dispensed with by the Leader, and he
and the Irish Comedy Company arrived at onco sought to injure the paper by a
Carson Saturday to make arrange- systematic curse 01 lying, io wn cn we
" I noirl nn atfantirtn fnr his nnnneilmn ti
ments for the entertainment here of his anythinff or anybody is more preferable
company on weanesaay evening, than his help. Finally, to make any
November 2d. lie has secured the headway against the paper, he conceived
The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says : "Both myself and wife
owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption
Cure."
Are you made miserable by indiges
tion, Dizziness, loss of appetite, yellow
skin? Shiloh's V itahzer is a positive
cure.
Why will you cough when Shiloh':
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and $1.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for catarrh, diptheria and canker
mouth.
'Hackmetack," a lasting and fra-
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents,
Shiloh's Cure will immediately re
lieve croup, whooping cough and bron
chitis.
For dyspepsia and liver complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. it never
fails to cure.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
cents.
s
BISHOP YYHITAKEP.'S
CHOOL FOR GIRLS
lluo, Sevada.
Opera House for; that evening-
M. W. Hodkins, at the Glove Depot,
opposite the Arlington House, has just
received a large and fine stock of gloves
and mitts for gents, ladies and children
of the latest styles. Best assortment tion, and gave
the idea of helping the cause by send
ing thi3 stolen letter to Superintendent
Read. The result was directly oppo
site to what he anticipated. It showed
Mr. Read, who unthinkingly opened the
letter, that the editor of the News was
ot the author of tne letters in ques-
him a true insight into
and lowest Driccs in the State. Hand-
sewed buck gloves a specialty. Also,
men's buckskin underwear, socks, sus
penders, etc. o4-lm
the character cf the contemptible
scoundrels who were resorting to such
dirty means to accomplish a dirty end.
Penrose is a Deputy Sheriff and
The Sixth Year Will Commence Thursday, August
25th, 1881.
TUITION FOR DAT SCHOLARS IN
THE PBEPAHATOBT DSPABTHKHT
WILL BE
1 OO Per If on lb.
This includes instruction in Reading, Spelling, Gramrrar,
Arithmetic, Geography, History of the United State, Pen
manship and Free Hand Drawing.
In Higher Enarltab 86 OO Per Konib.
In Music the charge wiil be 13 per month to pupil who
do not Dractioe at the School. aug7
BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE
CORNER CARSON AND THIRD STREETS,
CARSON CITY, NEVADA :
VUEOANT PRIVATE CAB.
2i riagea and Buggies and spirited
Teams eaa always be obtained.
- Particular attention paid to livery hones
: Attamdsuata oak Buaad Davjr slad Night.
HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY OB WEGK
REASONABLE TERMS,
3. M. BVrrON, Proprietor-
ol Coavetosa. Chtej Mmwm
Poultry, Eaark Cftm, Eto.
STOKE OPPOSITE THE POSTOfriCK.
PIANO TCIilUG.
O'
F WAX fr'ltA'IS'0. WILL. KK IB
Carson City on the FIKST OF NOVEMBER, pre
pared to place in tune and repair the pianos of the peopl
of Carson and vicinity. Orders left with J. O. Fox, C. W.
Friend and A. F. llentschcll will receive prompt atten
tion, oil
C!F,0 ICE COMPANY
S. M. SEHTQN. AGENT.
i
AM NOW PKSPAttED TO FITB.N1AA
IP TO' Xt JEJ X O 33
Low Priessv
Oaity. in quautitita to suit any one at
their residences
( Ic that I furwlsh la takes
Ca-rnon Hirer, foruml
runntnsr water, aid not
ur atatrntuit pond or mn
liMlUiy location.
Orders left at my Livery Stable, on Canoa atrast,
promptly attended to.
J. M. BENTON,
IS lAirent Pacific toe Vm
GUIDE TO SUCCESS
WITH
mm
FOR
3ZXXJ4BI3NT2HSS
AND
0OOIETY
S BY RAH THIS BFST BTJsrVRO trI
Social Guide and Hand-Book ever published. Muck
the latent. It tells both sexes completely HOW T
UVKKV rulM in the be t way. How to ho
Your Own Lawyer. How to do Business Correct! i asxi
Successfully. How to Act in Society and in every part ut
life, and contains a gold nine of varied inf-irmatuo in-'
d is pun sable to all dames for constant reference
AOKNTH WANTED
For all or s pare time. To know wh this book o RKAfc.
value and attractions sells better than any other, apply fas
terms to F. DEVVINO & CO.,
nv30 tf Han Francaato.
WIT AND WISDOU,
HUE BUST Hl'HOROl'R WEEHLI
PAPER I AMERICA.
-comwrso
The Cream of the Funo the Day; sixteen pars of itsvery
week, irom tne press oi tne wnoie country, aua Ids ecJjr
paper ot its kind sold at five cents.
SrB8CKIPTI0.N:
Two Dollar per year On Dollar for trial trip ol C
club &arn:
Five copies one year a oa
Tea copies one year M
t ive copies six montns tut
Ten copies six months aOtt
Clubs not ueceamnly w una address.
For sale on News Stands. River P.oats and Rulca
Trains. Newsdealers supplied by tlie American Nr-wo
Company, New York, and U branches throughout U.a
country. Correspondence, with NewsilcaVrs iK'licitedw
WUKTKLK CO., Publishers,
No. CUy Uall Place, New Voa.

xml | txt