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Tt'lHDAV XOV. 188 U P. FISHER, Advertising Affect, 21 Merchant fcxciuuiye, is Bole agent for the Morhins Attsal in ban Francisco tf-TA "MORS ISO APPEAL" u th nljf paper in Carton publishi.vj tA-gr;ipti dtipatchts end njtemovn ttode npurlx. HTOCKH. Ophir 3 70 Sierra Nevada 7 Gould & Curry 3 415 325 70 Best & lieluher 3i California 25c 460 Savage 1 10 150 Con. Virginia 75c 1)70 ChoHar 1? 1150 l'oiosi 1 40 05!! Hale & Noreross 1 80 .020 Crown Pcint 1 55 100 Belcher 85c 80 Mexican 4 40 100 Utah 2 9 25 Exchequer 35c 200 Bullion 25c 445 Union Con. 5J 200 -Alta 50c 20 Overman 20c 10 Andes G5c AFTERNOON BOARD. 30 Northern Belle 11 900 Argenta 40c 700 Navajo 51 850 Independence 1 05 1600 Belle Isle 55c 250 Albion 3 450 N. Belle Isle 4Ue 300 Holmes 20e 20 Mt. Potosi 2oe 310 Bodie 3 CO 200 Bulwer 1 30 300 Eureka Tunnel 35c 500 Mone 30c 200 Atlas 2 10 451 Pinal Con. l 10 Silver King 12 Look at hi lteord! Since II. S. Bartine has been District Attorney, the Justice Court has a broken seine for criminals to slip through. Bar tine has prosecuted offenders with such a lack of energy that they have scarcely ever received the punishment which the law contemplated or which their offences called for. A re cent case a point is where the two men Burke and Graham, were arrested on the charge of burglary in breaking into the house of George Wiffenbach. Bartine went to the arresting officers and asked them t sign a complaint charging them with petty larceny which they refused to do, saying that it was house breaking cr nothing. After he could not induce the officer to be a party to allowing these men to escape the penalties of burglary he induced the owner of the house to sign the com plaint, and the old g: ntleman did it without a thorough knowledge of the law and the offense. These men were tried and convicted of petty larceny and one is now serving out a term in jail on a light sentence. Bartine's slow ness, lack of interest in the office and general incapacity as a prosecuting attorney is notorious among the officials of the county and all agree that new blood, new brains and new energy is needed there. The election of James D. Terreyson will supply this long felt want. Do you irant any more men in the Assessor's office who lose their poll tax receipt books two years running f If not, vote for Keis y. Why Was Not Hill Iadieted f Bartine was prosecuting at torney when Uoyd Hill, the Fusion Sheriff, was a defaulter to the county. His bondsmen urged Bartine to bring the case before the Grand Jury, and he promised to do so, but mgnth after month slipped away and lie was never indicted. Why did not Bartine do his duty in the case as a sworn officer of the law ? Hill's council was Bar tine's law partner. Mr. Adams has most of his property in Texas cattle, his in terests in Nevada are mostly po lical. His cattle run in Texas for pasture, and he runs in Ne vada for Governor. Lyon Coun ty Times. ' " . READISG FOR TAXPAYERS. County Expenditures Fnder Dolly Varden and epublican Rest me. All the frothy and cranky arguments used against the ex pense of running Ormsby county melt like snow before the sun under an inspection of the cost of running Ormsby county under the Dolly Varden and straight Republican admistration. The following figures are authenti cated by the hooks of the Treas urer's office : FUSION ADMINISTRATION. Net expenditures in 1870 $15,593.05 Net expenditures in 1880 13,522.90 Total $29,1 15.95 REPUBLICAN ADMINISTRATION. Net expenditures in 1SS1 $ 5,70!. I I Net expenditures to October 1, 1882 4,756.29 Total $10,457.40 Total saving t date by Republi can rdministration $ 1 8,658.55 Voters read this and then de cide whether or not you want to pay any more money for the ex pensive luxury of a Democratic administration manipulated by Fusionists whose claws are rest less for a clutch at the city sack. Jewett Adams has been report ed throughout the State that he didn't think this State "wanted an Irishman for Governor" and he has never denied tte charge. Adams is a Vermont Yankee who while surrounded with every educational facility, grew up to be a mere intellectual pigmy to the Irishmen whom he insulted, betrayed and cheated before the Eureka Convention. (tomethiug on Taxes. The total amount of taxes paid in Ormsby county amount to $04,488 30 a year. Of these the V." & T. It. R. Co. pay 917,053 L- ke Tahoe Flume & 90 Lumber Company.. Lake View Flume A Lumber Company.. 1,205 75 Total $22,5S( 81 These ara aside from the in- i dividual taxes paid by persons who manage these industries, which count up a total of half the taxes paid in the county. Now, the charge made against the managers of the Railroad and Flume Companies are that they meddle with politics. It would strike a reasoning person that people who pay half the taxes of a county and give em ployment to a considerable num ber of people, whose earnings contribute to keep up business in Carson, have a better right to say who shall have the disburs ing of their taxes and have a better right to meddle in poli tics than men who do not pay a dollar of taxes, . dodge their honest debts and are drags and drones upon the community in which they dead beat their way from month to month. O. R. Leonard has been a credit to the Nevada Bench. The Richmond has vowed his defeat because he could not be handled in the Richmond-Albion suit. Let every man wh hopes to see an honest and fear less judiciary stand by the guns of the people and Judge Leonard. His defeat would fce the triumph of the most infamous combi nations every made in Nevada. His opponent, Stone, is nothing more than a bungling politician and too young for the responsi bilities of the Bench. Adams, Cassidy and Stone have formed a combination to tradeoffeverything on the ticket to accomplish their election. The word has gone along the line to quit the fight on every thing but the beautiful trio named. ' - ? George T. Davis' advertise ment will appear to-morrow morning. , Ltvr Th Firtit Ottinion of the Man . Who o' Tradnre Jov ulnar Among the many congratula tory letters received by C. C. Powning after his nomination was the following : Grass Valley, Cal October 9, 183 332. Hon. C C. Powning Dear Sir : I have just received the news that you hau receiveu me nomination for Congress ; that you nau in tne convention tu honorable opponent. I have your public record since you left Grass Valley. Many of your old acquaintances here who have sons, in order to incite them as to their future, have mentioned you as an example ; energy, persistence, all were accorded to you. I witn urute atrreu wun those who were speaking of you. Truly, I am glad of your success, and congratulate you upon your probable association with the 1 statesmen of this great nation. Yours respectfully, V. II. Mitchell This is the individual who has since endeavored to black mail Powning. Every vote fur Jewell Adams, whose knowledge of the English language does not show two yean of schooling, is really a rote for Warden Garrard, who will pull the strings of the puppet for the next four years, if elected. A Lie demolished. County Jail, Carson, ) November 0, 1882. Ed. Appeal D.ir sir An article appeared in the Daily Bee of the 3d instant, which evi dently came from the pen of J. W. Adams' would-be Private Secretary, stating that the sup porters of the R. ft. ticket were so arxious to gain success in the earning election that they en deavored to vote an ex-envict who is now serving a term in the Count v Jail. Now, Mr. j Editor, I being the ex-convict ' in question, I think that an x- planation is due to the public. J I did not serve any term in full, I as the anxious Secretary asserts, j but was pardoned by an act of ; the Legislature for good conduct. neither did anyone of either party broach the subject of registering to me, but upon the asked to be allowed to register, and met with a point blank re- ! fusal each time from both the officers in the Sheriff's office. Respectfully, etc. Frank C. Graham. Every vole for Adams is a bal lot to put in the Gubernatorial chair a man destitute of opinions, brains and education, and filled irilh self conceit, brass, trickery and ignorance. J. C. Harlow was the man who originated and fought to its passage the State Printing bill which dispensed with tbe services of a lazy And Incompe tent expert, and saved the State over $20,000. The taxpayers ought to give Joe Harlow I, 500 majority. C. F. Bicknell will get the vote of every lawyer and liti gant in Nevada. After eight years service as Clerk of the Su preme Court he has the whole business at his finger ends, and never lost a paper. Carson will give him a big majority. Recollect that every vote for Harry Day is a vote for a Dem ocratic Senator two years from now, and one Nevada Democrat in the U. S. Senate miht give that body to the enemy. Vote for Hub Parker. A Card from .11 oh. Catliu. Ed. Appeal: In one of your issues you state that I re quested the District Attorney to dismiss the case against Stewart. This is not so, as I made no such request. Mose Catlin. C. S. Preble, is one of the most competent surveyors on the coast.' Young, active and capa ble. Give him a big majority. CWKEATI'IiATOBY TKR. - 1 Emnire will rive the ticket a good majority. ron't forget honest James Frazer to-day. Give Martin a good majority for Reorder. Vote for W. H. Davenport for Attorney General. He will fill the bill. J. M. Dormer will come in with Esmeralda solid. Let Ormsby add 200 to it. Vote for C. C. Powning. His election may keep the balance of power in Congress. Remember George B. Hill's Savings Bank record and snow him under. What has become of Rodaers t Keep your eye on '.he fusion strikers. They will make des perate efforts to make a tussle to-day. Bartine who has been sucking Republican pap all his life spits on it as soon as it refuses him nourishment. Out of Justice to Mr. Ernst we will say that he has answered the m tin charge made by the San Francisco Post. C. E. Laughton is the best p rlamentarian in Nevada to day and a live Carson man, g"ve him at least 300 majority in his own county. An underhanded effort will be made to beat Dean Hatch, the best County Clerk we ever had. Vote early f r Hatch and see that jTour friends do. Every vote for Strother, is a vote for a dignified Governor who will not be a laughing stack for visitors from the East. Adams threatens to turn loose the sack, and his strikers say they can buy up the French vote. Let every frenchman re sent this insult. J. F. Hallock is the man who hunted up the war claims of this State which will put be tween three and four hundred thousand dollars in the Treasury. Remember this. C. S. Young as Superinten dent of Public Instruction will be a refreshing contrast from the incompetency of the last four years. Young is educated, r.c- tive and will bi at his post. Every vote for Swift is for continuance of an honest man a the Sheriff's office. Ullrick may be all right, but they also lid this of Hill, and we want want no experiments when we can have a certainty. George Tufty is a man of the people and his honesty has stowd the test of years. Saddler was simply pulled into the tight by Adams to help lift the sack in Eureka county. Help Uucle George to sit down on him. The Fusionists w&nt to shut down the Mint, close up the railroad shops, pull down the wood flumes and let the grass grow in the streets of Carson. Can any intelligent man support such a Quixotic ticket. A Slimy Slander. One of the most conscienceless slanders Fusion crowd is in wholly of the some wretched doggrel published against the business integrity and religion of Frank Bosko witz. He is charged with chiseling the Stat3 out of $800 for boots and shoes made at the State Prison. Mr. Bjskowitz does not owe the State a dollar, and during his residence in Carson has paid the State and county more cash than any single individual. He further more doe.3 not owe a dollar in Carson, and requests the Ar peal to state that any man hav ing a claim against him will do him ? favor by presenting it at once. Mr. Boskowitz need not feel half so incensed at the lie, as he has a right to feel enraged at the outlandiihly wretched doggrell in which it is exuehed. Dress goods, silks and grer.r dines at cost, at Harris Bros. 1882 FALL OLCOVICH BROS NEW and DECIDED ATTRACTIONS Evprv flennrtniPTit, filled to seasonable sroods for Fall OLCOVICH Importers and Dealers in Dry Men's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Carpets, House J-urnisn-ing Goods, etc., offer letter inducements to purchasers than any other house in this city. Having NO RENT to pav and petitors, carrying t!ie largest stock and best assortment, w n enabled to sell at closer prices. Our SHOE STORE is the most complete in the State, and w have on hand an excellent assortment of Misses', Ladies' an5 Children's Shoes of tbe b.wt Eastern makes. A Card From Mr Howe. Editor Appeal: I take the following extract from an article in Sunday's Index headed "Our School Officers:" As at present conducted we ! have lately found that the pub lic school is to a considerable de gree dovoted to private tuition tiy Professor Howe, for which he receives pay, and that school hours and other duties in the public departments more or less intruded upon in this manner. I have asked Judge Harris to name the person who made the charge. In answer he gave the name of a Carson lady. I asked him for the names of pupils who had received special instruction during school hours of the pub lic school, and had paid tuition for the same. It was finally de cided by Mr. Harris, and the lady referred to above, that there was a suspicion that the follow ing pupils are so treated, or have been so treated, sometime in the past: Masters Thaxter and Edwards, and the Misses Hawley, Edwards and Yering ton. I urged the parties mak ing the charge not. to omit the names of any pupils so treated, and this is the extent of the list so far as could be called to mind. I assert that the charge is wholly frflse, and submit the following document in proof: I have never paid Mr. Howe anything for instruction given to my children during the regu lar and prescribed school hours of the public school ; he has never charged me anything for said instruction. I do not think that pupils in whom I am in terested have been favored by him. T. D. Edwards, Thos. P. Hawley, Geo. C. Thaxter. H. M. Yerington. Hoping the above may be deemed a sufficient refutation of the charge, I remain, yours, H. II. Howe. The Democrats combined with Fusion Republicans in 1870 and '80, and it cost Ormsby cunty S20.115 95. Under the last two years of Republican rule it cost the county 10,457 40, a saving for the Republican side of the slate of $18,658 55, and yet dur ing all this time the Fusion or gan has been yelling itself hoarse over the terrible leaks in the County Treasury. Don't for get she figures to-day, $29,000 and $10,000. Do you want any more fusion deals in yours? BENCH RESTAURANT. OPPOSITE the opera iiou.se. open A'l Hour Day ani Night KKIIYF.D IP tlie best of Ktyle. FreHh Hxli, Oysters, and all obtainuble Uelinicifn on hand. Private dinbi: roomi for families and p;irti-. strict attention to cleanliness in all departments. PASCAL, Proprietor. OPENING 1882 AT- overflowing With new and and Winter requirements. BROTHERS, Goods, Clothing, lioots ana nmv smaller expenses than our com MASON & CO., IN CORBETT BIXX'K, NORTH CARSON ST. Cartion Cllj-, Xevada. fllJLlBALK A B vTAIX l)ULMLH 151 WINES, LIQUORS AN'1 GENERAL M E R 0 II A N DISK CHOICE LAKE VALVEY BUTTER. FAIRBANKS' LARD. CLOUGH HAMS A N I BACON, Etc., Etc., Etc rJf Or dors taken and pood de livered tc any part of tbe city fretc charge. MASON & CO-'