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NO 203 CARSON CITY, NEVADA : SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1882. VOL. 20. HOMING APPEAL Pahlished every morning (Mondays ex cepted) by S. P. DAVIS. A Pally Newspaper, devoted to Politics, General News and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the sent hern rfont of the State Capitol. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, by mail... S8 00 One copy, six months, by mail...... J One copy, three months, by mail.... i Payments on subscription, in advance The Appkal will be delivered to the eitlzens of Carson at 5 cents per weelc. CAPITAL CIGAR STORE, Opposite State Oapitol JUST OPKVKD WITH AN EX eeptionably good stock of Ciprs, Tohaeco. Pipes, Cutlery, And all kinds of Gentlemen's Smoking Paraphernalia MAX AROWSO?!. oct5 JACOB TGBBitJER, WU0T,S3.L ASK RP.TA1L PKALKR II Imported & Domestic Cigars, tipes, smokers' articles, CUTLERY, ARLINGTON SLOCK, .CAUSOX CITY XKYAPA RUUJOWHEY, DEALER IN MW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE, BEDDING, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, ETC. LARGE STOCK CF SE3300M SETS CROCKERY, Parlor & Cooking Stoves. Selltns CJienper thm any Hoate In the State (Virginia not Bxerpted.) FIRST CLASS UPHOLSTERY AT TENDED TO. Call and examine. Stone Building opposite Mason's. . ' LIVE AND LET LIVE. J.H.itlcGuirlfc, Tinsmith, Plumber, Gas Fitter -AND- GENEPwAL WORKER, Having established himself In business will attend to all orders promptly. o exorbitant charges for work, my motto being Live and Let Live." nJUiop a few doors Boutbof Opera HoaMi TELEGRAPHIC. THE EUREKA TRAGEDY THE FIRING OF THE FIRST SHOT A DISPUTED POINT. YOUNG! SOLEDO DECLARED NOT GUILTY. THE NORTHERN PACIFIC TO BE ENJOINED FROM STEALING. The Kureka Shooting- EtfREKAjNovember 3. A fatal shoot ing affray occurred here about 4 o'clock this afternoon, on Main street, between James E. Anderson, editor of the Eure ka i Evening Leader, a Republican news paper, and George J. lleek, Republican candidate for County Superintendent of Public Schools. Anderson was shot through the bladder and lower bowels, the bullet entering on the right side in the pit of tne stomach aad ranging downward. Reek was ut hir. Auder sin is rewrted to be in a i inc; condi tion. The sff iir caused a very lively sensation, Reek, after emptying his six-shooter, running away up the street, and Anderson pursuing and trying to tire a third time at him, but desisting on account of the crowded condition of the street, or because the hammer of his pistol got out of gear. The cause of the trouble was a fjuarrel in regard to politics. The stories as to who tired the first shot are conflicting, and ean not be reconciled. THE CAUSE OF THS SHGOTISU. The following card appeared in yes terday morning's Eureka Sentinel and was the cause oi the shooting : Editor Sentinel : In reply to that unhung fcoundrel and liar, J. E. Ander son, who accuses me of supporting Mr. K&ve. I have mly to say the infamous wretch knew flied when he penned that article. Furthermore, ha ha boasted that he would do U in his power to in jure me, because I hapoened to announce myself in the Sen! in el and Ruby Hill pa per before acnonncii;? myself in the Lett er. He even refused t announce me in the Leader until c rapIled to d so by those who c.intrHd the paperVI say most emphatically I have not ia anyiway given Mr. Kave any support, nor do Tin tend to. I did av that I could not make a personal fii-ht for Mr. Younsj. because I had a hard fi'ht to maVa for myself, more especially with the Ishmaelite liar and scoundrel to seize upon any opportunity to injure me, as he his threatened. '1 he vile, slimy, lyinsj wretch wants another dose of mahogany club, and no doubt he wiil soon get it, and when he does net it, cur-like, as in the Penrose instance, he will f,wn upon aad lick the hand that emote bim. Ruhy Hill, Nov. 2, 1332. The Particulars f the Affray. Eureka, Nov. 4. A3 to who tired the first shot the testimony ii divided and directly opposed. The most of the firing was done while Thomas Dale was between the two parties. He was grasped by Reck. There is a chicle in Anderson s con dition for the better to-da3. The ball which passed nearly through him, entered at the pit of tbe stomach. It was cat out near the rectum this mornice. The d; ctors think that the bowels have not been pierced and" that the ball passed only through the throat of the bladder. The wound is very serious, however, and the patient's chances of recovery are looked upon as ne in a thousand. The affair has created a profound .an..tmn Tha wite ot Mr. Acaerson has been driven almost wild by the shock, and is in imminent danger of her life, lying as if paralyzed, without ability to move hand or foot. Ihs wife of Reek is also M. The cause of the tronble which cul minated yesterday ia the shooting goes back two years, and is of a personal niture. The immediile causs was the appearance of charges in Andersou's paper of treachery to his party by Reek. Several articles of that Bort published in the Leader elicited a scur rilous card from Reek in yesUrday's Sentinel. Mrs. Baker, the wife of Hon. ueorge iv ra ia rennrted to have wit nessed the affray, and as saying that Anderson cine towar.da KecK ana ureu upon him first. v hn tney rati nrmg ocgu in a minute all was over. Seven shots were fired, two by Anderson and five by Reck. Public opinion is divided as to who was to blame for the trouble. Hoteldo Acquitted. Wasuisgtos, November 4. The trial of young Soteldo, charged with shooting his brother, who some months ago invaded the Republican office and attacked Barton, the city editor, was concluded yesterday. Upon the con clusion of Mitchell's address on behalf of the prisoner, thera was some ap plause, and James A. Burdett, one of the audience, being brought before the bar, he admitted that he participated in the demonstration. Judqe Wylie thereupon severely reprimanded him and ordered bim confined until 10 o'clock to-day. The decision of the Court being reoeived with deprecatory . . n..;r,i,tmni th Judize remarked that if the parties indulging therein could be produced and identified they would be severely punished. Subse quently Burdett, upon apologizing to the Court, was discharged. The jury, after au absence of twenty-five minutes, returned a verdict of not guilty. As sistant District Attorney Taggart then asked that bail be fixed in the matttr of the indictment against the defend ant for assault with intent to kill Clar ence M. Barton. Bail was fixed at $1,000. Protectins the Settlers. Washington, Nov. 3. It is stated by persons claiming to be informed on the subject that two prominent law yers of this city are examining prece dents with a view of appealing to the United States Supreme Court for an in junction restraining tha Snrveyor Gen eral of the Land Othee from issuing any more land patents to the Northern Pacific, Texas Pacific or Atlantic Pacific Railways, and also directing that tnse corporations reconvey to the United States all lands patented for sections constructed since the time fixed in the charters for the completion of the roaos. If this is done all questions relating to lands granted to railways will be brought up for judicial action. A Town in Mourning. Ash land, Ivy., Nov. 3. Buildings are festooned with crape, and all busi ness is suspended. The funerals of the victims of Wednesday's violence took place at 10 o'clock to-day. Six of the wounded are not expected to live. The people are very iodiuant against Governor Blackburn and Judge Brown. The Utter has fled from the town. At a citizens' meeting last night steps were taken to raise fuads to pay the expenses of the killed and wounded. There is still great excitement. Mrs. Scovilie Again. Chicago, Nov. 4. Application was made in the County Court yesterday for the continuance of the hearing of the motion for a new trial in the in sanity case of Mrs. Scovilie to Wednei day next. It was pranted. Her attor ney said he believed that his client, now in Canada, would be present Rattlesnake Jack Killed. Boiss City, Idaho, Nov. 3. Last night John Said, alias "Rattlesnake Jack," attempted to kill John Smith, a barkeeper at Weiser City, and resisting arrest by Deputy Sheiitf Porter, was killed. "Porter ws shot through the calf of his right leg by Jack. The Coroner's jury justified Porter. More Mormons. New York, Nov. 3. The steamer Abyssinia, from Liverpool, brought 423 Mormon passengers, of w hom 2S are re turning missionaries. The whole party leave this evening for Sale Lake. STERN BROTHERS LEADING HOUSE FOR DRY GOODS, SUITS, Aad all other articles required fwr Ladies', Children's,. Gent's Wear, Will Issue Their Fall Catalogue or uii nairfa. PTtenaivelv illustrated with lull descriptions of Fall Htyles and nriPS thnnt Hentember 2). and will mall the same on receipt of Six Cents for postage. 32, 31 and 36 West 23d Street, New York City. TTOTICE IS HEREBY GITEST ii that on the first Tuesday, the sev enth day of November next, at the Curry Engine House, in Carson City, in the county of Ormsby ; and at the old Postoffice Building, in Empire City, in the county of Ormsby, an election will be held for State, County, District and Township officers, as follows, to-wit: 1 Governor. 1 Lieutenant-Governor. 1 Congressman. 1 Supreme Judge. 1 Clerk Supreme Court. 1 Secretary of State. 1 State Controller. 1 State Treasurer. 1 Attorney General. 1 Surveyor General. 1 Superintendent Public Instruction. 1 State Printer. 1 Judge 2nd Judicial District Court. 1 State Senator. 3 Assemblymen. 1 Sheriff. 1 County Clerk. 1 County Assessor. 1 District Attorney. 1 County Treasurer. 1 County Recorder. 1 County Superintendent of Schools. I County Commissioner (long term). 1 County Commissioner (short term). 1 Justice of the Peace, Carson Town ship. 1 Constable, Carson Township. 1 School Trustee (long term) Carson Township. 1 School Trustee (short term) Carson Township. 1 Justice of the Peace, Empire Town ship. 1 Constable, Empire Township. 1 School Trustee (long term) Empire Township. 1 School Trustee (short term) Empire Township. Which election shall be opened not later than eight o'clock a. sr., and shall continue until six o'clock p. m. of the same diiy. The ballots to be used at said election shall be of good quality of white book paper, 10 inches long by 4J inches in width. The names thereon printed shall be in bourgeois or brevier capitals' the designation of office in brevier or nocpariel, and the form of printing shall be on the left margin of the ballot. Dated this 2nd day of October, 1SK2. M. D. HATCH, Clerk Board of County Commissioners. BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE. CAIMOX, 5M Al , zmiiR CAHiOff & THrD STS and spirited teame cm al ways bo ootaineu. Particular attention paid to livery horses. Ear DIY A' SIGHT. HORSES EOARDE0 BY THZ DAY OR WEEK ON REASONABLE TERMS. J. 91. BESTON, '- r - Proprietor. DR. MAYO A. GREENLAW, SUJRGEONDteNTIST. OWre over Savins Bank, CAftSON CITY, NEVADA. Oli-e Hour Fro in 9 it. in. to 3 K, in. MAIL LETTINGS. Notice to Contractors. POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT. Washington, D. C, October 16, I?, f PKOPOftAL Witt BR Re ceived at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 p.m. of January 8. 183;?, for carrying the mails of tbe United States upon the routes, and ac cording to the schedule of arrival ami departure specified by the Department, in the State of Nevada, from July 1, 1883, to June 30, 1S8U. List of routes, with schedules of arrivals and departures, instructions to bidders, with forms for contracts and bonds, and all other ne cessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assist ant Postmaster-CJeneial. q H3WEi o2-6vr F3tmaster -General. Mo (DdDIHM AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF FALL CLOAKS, SILKS, VELVETS, Blankets, Table Ladies' Fancy Goods of They Will Ik Sold For the Next HKecollect we have ALFRED UUEKFELD (Successor to Frank Boskowitz.) CLOTHING! Men's and Boy's Suits from $8.00 to $40.00. Overcoats from $S.OO to $30.00 Gents' Furnishing Goods : SHIRTS, DRAWERS. COLLARS, CUFFS, NECKTIES, GENTS' SHOES OF ALL DEsCHinTIOJfS, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises. No One Can Undersell TJ3 i" Careon COUNTY BUILDING, Corner Musser & Carson Sts QOOD DOLMANS, SATINS, DRESS GOODS, Linen, Napkins, ths Very Latest Styles. Cheaply and Itapidly Tliirly Jays but One Price for Everybody IN. GILLIGAN'S s 11 o m STORE, A Fresh Consignment of Boots, Shoes and Ladies' THE LATEST STYLES, EVERYTHING NEW -AND S.1RKKD C0W1 IT PttCUlSlCIt BITES. Next to John i. Fox's and fronting the ttate Capitol Building. Fall and Winter Millinery M IHHES CALINBERTI Would respectfully inform the lad lei of Carson and vicinity that they have con stantly on hand elegant novelties la Fall and Winter Millinery, at their es tablishment, SKIT Tl CHI'S III CMDS STOU, CALSW STRUT.