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APPEAL VOL. 20. CARSON CITY, NEVADA: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1882. NO 204 ttOBNING APPEAL Published every morning (Mondays ex cepted) by S. P. DAVIS. TELEGRAPHIC. Daily Newspaper, devoted to Politics, General News aud Iiocal Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the southern rfont of the State Capita!. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One copy, one year, by mail $8 00 One copy, six months, by mail 4 00 . 'Jnecopy, throe months, by mail.... 2 CO Payments on subscription, in advance Thf Appkal wiil be delivered to the -itlsens of Carson at 25 cents per week. JAMES ANDERSON OF THE EUREKA LEADER DEAD. OAPJTAL CIGA3 STORE, (ocari bmloixu. POLITICAL SPECULATION FROM THE EAST. HORRIBLE AFFAIR IN NEW ORLEANS. Opvpoait Sta.t Oapitol 1 ?J ceptiontibiy pood stock of Cigars, Tokcso, Pip??, Catlerr, m 7 AN ENCYCLICAL LETTER FROM THE POPE. And all kinds or Gentlemen's Smoking Paraphernalia MAX ARONSON. oct. J A 0 8 8 TOBRIHER, Imparted & Domestic Cigars, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, PENNSYLVANIA Chicago, Nov. 6. The Times' .Phila delphia epechl says : The politicians are figuring on the result of Tuesday's election. The returns of the tinal can vass are all iu at the Democratic head- qa&rters, but Chairman Ilinsel refuses to give out the tiaurea for publication. It is know n, however, that a. plurality of 4-1,000 is anticipated for Pattison, the Demucratij candidate for Governor. At the Independent headquarters Chair man McKee has confined hi-, estimates tithe vo e fr S:ewa't. He 1 1 urns at the very lowest makiug a iianees for everything a vote of 100,00!), and anticipates 50,000 more, or possibly double that. Tilings are very much mixed at the .Stalwart headquarters. Gray and Cjoper still claim that Beaver will be ejected. Gray said the plurality would be 15,000. Vv'ith one ijcntlemm who caik'd be wen over the counties and gave Denver l'J.OOO plurality iu this city and gve the old-tune majorities to the other connlvs to justify his claim. He pi!fs btewart'8 vote at 50,000 or 00, 000. It is douotfu! if Beaver loads at all iii this city. Cnstruce McMan ha given order that the entire Beaver ticket be quietly kuive.l, and this will mike a ((vat ttiuereuoe :n trie vote, mis is MeM.iu's wav of paving op old scores AXDERSON DEAD. EukekAjNov. 6. James E. Anderson, editor of the Eureka Leader, who was shot last Friday by G. J. Reek, the Re- ouhlican candidate for superintendent of Public Instruction, died at half-past 10 o'clock this morning. His remaius will be taken East on Wednesday morning. Lawrence, Mass., Nov. (J. General Butler was nearly drowned on Friday. He was in a small boat at the head of the rapid?, below the city. The current sucked the boat under a steamer. Gen eral Butler was rescued thoroughly wet and with his hat smashed. Au at tempt has been made to keep the matter secret. Atchison, K3., Nov. 6. A terrible cutting affray participated in by three men occurred at Winthrop opposite this city yesterday afternoon. John O'Brien was disemboweled, J. M. Bates ws horribly slashed about the face acd body and one Uncer 14 now broken. O'Brien will ui?. Camaruo. Mexico, November (J. i The yellow fever, which was at first c-nfiaed to the lower snd middle classes, is spreading among ail classes. There wore twenty live deaths within the past ten days. Washington, November. Advices received by the Marina Hospital Ser vice and National Boards of Health show a gradual decline in the number of caes of yellow fever iu the Southern States. Indianapolis, Iud., Nov. 6. Gov ernor Hendricks's foot is healing in r. satisfactory manner, ticilthy granu lations are forming and there isevry indie i:iou of recovery, Cairo, Nov. 6. The enlistment of native troops for duty in Soudan against the False Prophet is progressing satis factorily. Many amnestied officers who fought iu the late war are freely offering their services for this expedition. A number of German officers have also joined. Alexandria, Nov. G. The forces cf the False Prophet in Soudan made five attacks on the town of Obeid and were driven back with great loss. Among the killed were the two brothers of the False Prophet. Obeid remains invested. The Prophet contiuues his advance up on Khartoum, for which there is no hope of a successful defense. Ti,Kd;igAPmc j or.. Mo (DCLDLRW, AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF with Cameron. Nothing but an earth quake caa prevent the election of Pat tison. The Democrats will gain several Congressman. T:ie present dl.gation consists of 10 Republicans aud IS Demo crats. The new ddeuation will ln pretty evenly i.ivifl-d, with every pros- I peci 1 5i.it ETC., ETC. ARLINGTON OUOCiC, CAIMOX CITV. .r.VA EA A. 0 0 W H E -DEALER IN' 8EWAK0 3E008D HAND FURNITURE, BEDDING, UPHOLSTERY GOODS. ETC. LARGS STOCK OF SEQffDSiM SITS CR03SERY, Parlor & Cooking Stoves. ir.e I'ernocrats will have a majority. Tim D mucrats put down a gain of eight C .u .. t-samea aa certain, &.nd anticipate more. A KEITBUCAN VIEW. Washington, Nov-mber .". This is the night before the bv.tle m far as the Republican C-ncres-iotir.l Committee is concerned, f-r Hubbell goes to Jliohi giu to-morrow to lojk after his busi ness matter?, which he has neglected ou account of She campaign, and then he w id turn his attention to his Sena torial canvass. He and Henderson say thc-y are confident of a R -publican rai jnrity in the next House, an 1 say they will be very much, surprised if the ma jority shill ba ' loss than ti n. A solid delegation from I wa is claimed, though it is admitted that the Republicans have a hard fi.jht on hand in Farewell's district. Therrt are doubts about the First Mi'hijia District, bat the rest of the State is pretty confidently claimed. A gain of ore or two members fro.n New York is Ciuatrd on. The Repub lic ns tay they expect to lose notmacr in Illinois, aai to gain in Virginia. The Committee has stit mr. I. SiO.OO.) doc uments at au ex pease of $30,000. New York, November (J. The Time' specials &ay that the outlook for the Republicans is rather more gloomy than it wss recently, and that they are liktly to lose several Congressional Dis tricts in Pennsylvania, Virt-iuii and Miscouri in to-morrow's election. Dir.LiN, Nov. 6. A correspondent of the Irhh 1'ltuts says : Great distress exists in County Clare owing to the failure of the potato crop, an epidemic among the p', and the high prices de mauded for ail articles of food, caused by the tax levied on the farmers by the Crimes Act, which has proved a very heavy burden. The country pre sents a no melancholy un i uiduvitiiiu appearance. J he tiel-ts anti meadows are deluded with water, and men, women and pigs, calves, cow, dog3 and chickens are all her led toet.'ier in one conglomerate mass, iu miserable dwell ings unfit for the habitation of any hu man beinj. Thy parish pritst at Milsown v.-ii'es a gloomy letter to tile Dublin Freeman's Journal, ft-itiui; that bf fute two mouths have passed, at leas (0 families of tue poorer people ia his parish wi'l b3 ut terly desutute, and compelled to d- peud on charily for nipiior. He ap peals fur aid to keep them from starv ing. AN" P.NCLISH VIEW OK THE COURSE OF I UK IRISH r.VhTV. London, Nov., t. It is understood that the Imh Home Rulers have come t a definite understanding ith the Gladxtone adniiuistr.itiou ut to oppo-e their cloture or any of their ministerial measures that my be brought forw.nl ttus ye-ir. In c:usHeritioii, further c.nces'ioi:s to the Irit-h party are ! be made at the next fes-siiui. Parnell and bis followers have thus become the reco-'ni' d " tail " of the Ministerial Alexander II. Step;ena was in. augurated Governor of G-'orisia. on Sit- urdnv. , iTh" German Eovcrnment has nro- hibited the imoortation of American pork iiito that couutry. At a Republican caucus on Sat urday in the town hall at Rochester, N. II.. the floor gave way, precipitat ing tWO ppfons into the cellar. Sever al were badjy hurt. ....Rear Admiral Charles II. Poor died .f npnpltxy in Wasliington yester day. He was taken ill on Saturday morning, imd lingered till vesterdav af'eruoon. He entered the rei vice iu 1S27, and was retired in 1S70. .... The habeas corpus case at Quiney, 111., ou Saturd ay, of Mark Gray, who endeavored about two years ago to as sassinate LMwin B oth. tha actor, re sulted in an order for ins discharge from the Itace Asylum, as cured. ....Henry I., t lapp, of the New Yoik firm of Fait banks 4 Co., whose receut disappearance L,reatlv alarmed his frieinls. has cabled that be has safe ly arrived in Europe. He went to gee a friend IF by steamer and heedlessly ad'iwel the pilot boat to leave the outer ! Luov w ithout him. I ELECTION NOTICE. VMriMK IS JIEUEBY WIVEX f hat on tlo ilrst Ttii's.biy, the sev enth day of November r.ef, at the Curry Knglne House, in Carbon City, in the founly of ( )rrn'oy ; an I at the old I'o.stoiTifc Uiiildiiii;, in Empire City, in t lie county of Ormsv, ji:i election will be held lor State, County, PKtriei anil Township otlicers, as foliovs. to-wit: 1 (ioveruor. 1 r.leutenint-lFOvenior. 1 Conirressnmn. 1 Suprt ni Jmlae. 1 Clerk Supreme Court. 1 Secretary of Sta'c. 1 stale Control h i . 1 S.'ate Treasurer. 1 Attorney (Jenerul. 1 Surveyor General. 1 Superintendent Public Instruction, j Hll 9 CLOAKS, SILKS, VELVETS, DOLMANS, SATINS, DEESS GOODS, Blankets, Table Linen, Napkins, Ladies' Fancy Goods of ths Very Litest Sfy'es. They Will Be Sold Cheaply and Kapidly For the )liVS Recollect we have but On Price tic 7.' party, with one exception, th:ttof Frank Hugh O'D.innell, Member from Dung.m nci.i, w ho N.'amls out. The ' Kilmaia harn tretty " is thus being carried cut. faithfully by the lVrneliites, but it re mains to be seen whether the govi rai ment on its hiile will keep as good fiith with them. The opposition has row no strength to resist Gladstone's Measures. It had shown but lutle spirit even be fore this disastrous defection, but now it has coi!psed utterly, and the close of the sessiou of 1SS2 w ill find him the most pjwer.ul minister of modern times. ftclllu? Cheaper than uy lluue ia toe Htate (VJrglula not Excepted ) 'IR3T CLAsW UPHOLSTERY AT TI1NDKD TO. Call and examine. Stone Building opposiw; Mason'K. LIVE ASD LET LIVE. J. II. McGiiirk, Tmsmith, Plombcr, Gas Fitter AND GENERAL WORKER, Ravins established himself in business will atteud to all orders promptly. No .exorbitant charge tor work, my motto being '"Ijive and .Let Live." a-Hhop few doors Southjof Open Boumo. New- Orleans, Nov. 6. Charles Mc Carthy (colored) went to his mother's room on Ranipert street, at 5 o'clock yesterday morning, and found her un able to speak, and with a deep cut across her neck. He went to iuform his sister on Maria strest. Oo enter ing her room lie tounil nn Bister dead, I with her throat cut Mrs. Aicl-arthv is not (xpected to recover. She was able to xtato that she htd beeu cut by Peter Johnson, alias "Da?o Pete," who was iiviug with her daughter. It is believed that he also cnt Kilen's throat. He escaped. Jealousy is tiuppoeed to have been the cause. Montpkliek, Vfc, Nov. 6. Frank Gifftml and George Bites, con lined in Washington county jail for the attempt ed burglary of the Nortbfield Savings Bick, picked the locks of their cells, removed a block cf granite from the ceiling, thus getting into the attic, cut through tha brick wall, and escaped, lioth are professionals and are implica ted in jobs at Chicago and in Canada. Keokuk, Iowa., Nov. 6. Someyeaia ago au eccentric Spaniard lived here. He died in Spuin recently, leaviujj a daughter 12 years old, and left a will consigning her to the guardianship of a colored blacksmith of this city. A man has been eent to Spain to look into the matter. The will letves the negro about 570,000 aud the child about $400,000. Acbcrx, CaL, Nov. 6. The west bound passenger train yesterday morn ing ran into a large rock on the track near Crystal Lake. Both engines were badly smashed, and 70 feet of anow shed torn down. The engineer and fireman were seriously injured and a tramp killed. The paMenera were not injured, bat had a very narrow escape. PARNELL EVICTS SOME OF HIS TENANTS. London, Nov. G. Pi.rn ll has evicted some tenants from his estata in the county of Wicklow. They were in arrears to the extent of 000. A ciiTJRCH DESECRATED. Dublin, Nov. 6. Tie Catholic church at Bdlybar, near Killarney, has been desecrated by anti-reliyious van dals. Tna tabc-rnacle was broken, the pictures torn from the walls, the tresc3 iug mined, and other damie inflicted. London, Nov. C. Aij encyclical let ter of the Pope was read iu all the Catholic churches of this city yesterday, the occasion being the se.euth ceuten ary of St. Francis Assisi. The Pope la ments the death of the Christian virtues in the IShh century, and says the greater part of men to-day are seeking to revel in luxury, and b-iog extravagant in the use of their own goods are greedy fcfter those of their neighbor. They extol the fraternity of mankind, but talk more fraternally than they act. Votaries of Rationalism encourage violence and se dition amonij the people, provoke agra rian disturbances, flatter the appetites of the lower classes, and by these means and others serve to weaken the founda tions of domestic life and public order, instead of strengthening them by lives of probity and manhood. The letter goes on to recommend that Franciscan institu tions be more widely spread among the laity, as a partial remedy against the rapidly spreading evil of Socialism. Cairo, November 6. It has been At'm cided to hold the trial of Arabi Pasha in the jail building. His Eugli'h coun sel have obtained possession of the doc uments alluded to in recent dispatches which passed between the Saltan and members of the National party of Eypt. They were transmitted through Dervish Pasha, and have reference to applications containing thousands of sig natures, in which the Sultan is begged to support Arabi Pasha in his rebellion against the Khedive. 1 state Printer. 1 Judge 2nd .IiKiii-ia! Distiie! Coui I. 1 State Senator. :', Assemblymen. 1 s.Iirur. 1 Comity 'lerk. 1 Coun'y Assessor. 1 District Attorney 1 County Treasurer. 1 County Ueconb-r. 1 County supeiiiitcndenl of ScliooN. 1 County Commissioner ;lonu term'. 1 County Commissioner (.short term). 1 Justice of the Peace, i arson Town ship. 1 Constable, Carson Township. 1 School Trustee (Ioiilt term) Carson Township. 1 School Trustee (short lrm) Carson Township. 1 Justice of tli Peace, Kmpire Town ship. 1 Constable, Empire Tow nship. 1 School Trustee (long term) Kmpire Township. 1 School Trustee ishort term) Empire Township. Which election shall be opened not later than eight o'clock A. M., and shail continue until six o'clock p. m. of the same day. The ballots to bo used at said election shall be of good quality of white book paper, 10 inches ion by 4' inches in width. The names thereon printed shall be ill bourgeois or brevier capitals' the designation f office in brevier or noupariel, and the form of printing shall be on the left margin of the ballot, Dated this 2nd day of October. 18H2. M. I. HATCH, Clerk Board of County Commissioners, ALFRED L!L!EiFKLI) (Successor to Frark Boskowitz.) vervu'jiiy CLOTHI Men's and Hoy's Suits from $S.OO to .$40.00. i. Gf LOGANS I i NG! shoe STOK'ii. Overcoats from $S.OO 30.00 to A Fresh Consignment of Boots, Shoes and faik BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE. CARKOX. KKVAllA. CARSON & TH D STS I1l,fOAN'T PRIVATE li carriages and buggies, and spirited teaine can al ways be obtained. Particular horses. attention paid to livery HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK ON REASONABLE TERMS. J. Jf . BKSTOS, Proprietor. Gents' Furnishing Goods SHIRTS, DRAWERS. COLLARS, CUFFS, NECKTIES, GENTS' SHOES ok a r. l DiiuiBirr u , Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises. THE LATEST STYLES, EVERYTHING NEW -ANIi- iurxid DOfti it ri;KCH;siBu: urn. Nxt to John ( J. Kox'h nnd ironlio the t late Capitol Buiidi itr. Fall and Winter Millinery Ho One (Jan Unrlersell U3 i" Oarson COUNTY :BUILDING, . Corner Musser & Carson Sts lNF,S rAMHRERTI Would respectfully Inf'irm (he Indies of Carson snd vicinity that they huvecui. stantly on hand elegant novelties in Fall and Win ter MMtlnprr, ' at their rn tablishment, JKITTO COHj'SMI H)fcS SIM, C1.1SC1 STKSKT.