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VOL. 20. CARSON CITY. NEVADA: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1882. NO 205 MORNING AP SffORNING APPEAL Published every morning (Mondays ex cepted) by S. P. DAVIS. TELEGRAPHIC. A Daily Newspaper, devoted to Politics, Oeneral Now and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the southern rfont of the .State Capitol. TERMS CF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, by mail ?K ':)BroDy. six mouths, by mail 4 00 On-? copy, three months, by mail.... 2 CO Payments on subscription, in advance The Ai'i'KAi, will be delivered to the "itiz-en.s of Carson at 35 centxs per week GERMANY ARMING FOR WAR WITH RUSSIA. A FEAR OF ELECTION FRAUD IN CHICAGO. CAPITAL CIGAR STORE, (OfSTY BIII.DIXU. OjDpoait Stat Oetpitol Jft opr.r.n with a ceptionably good stock of EX- Cijars, Tobaew. Fipes, Cutlery, And all kinds of Gentlemen's Smoking Paraphernalia MAX ARONSON. K'I.' JACOB T 0 B R J N E R, WlVl,9iAr 4VI BETaO. DE.4LKK Uf Imported & Domestic Cigars, PIPES, SMOKERS ARTICLES. CUTLERY, MRS. LANGTRY TURNS OUT BE A BAD ACTRESS. CRUISE OF THE RODGERS. ETC., ETC. AKL.INCTCM BLOCK, CARsoar tiTV. .KVAHA H. .A. DOWNEY, -DEALER l- KEY AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE, REDDING, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, ETC. LARGE STOCK OF 8E0RC0V1 SETS CR05KERY, Parlor & Cooking Stoves. Metliaz Cheaper thaa r House t-m ttt State (Virgin mo Kxeepterf.) rfp.x ctjAhs upholsteky at- TENDKD TO. Call a.nl examine. Stone Building opposite Maaoa'b. Cruise of the Rodger Washington, Nov. 5. The report of Lieutenant He&I v. Commander of tha revenue steamer Corwin, covering the vessel on her second northern cruise, rai n recsived at tha Treasury De partment, having bsca mailed from Ounalaska. Lieuteainfc II ia!y eavs of the natives of St. Lawrence Bay : ,;For the benefit of any who may be cast upon tha hospitality and kindly feeling of the natives along these northern shores, I would most earnestly recommend that some token of appreciation be offered them. This will insure toe extension of that hoepitality and protection, which to castaways means nte itself. ith regard to Master Putnan he says: "We learned fi-oin. Sc. Lawrence Inland n-t.iv-a that on the 6r.h of day after the lenarture of the Kodirers' crew the bjdv of unfortunate Mister Putnam was found on the ice. Erly in August the Cur win entered tha Arctic oceau. She epoke a num ber of whaling fleets. The Captain of the bvk George-ani-Susan reported the loss of the steam whaler North Star. rushed ii the ije on July dth. The Corwin relieved him of one of her wrecked seameo, the remainder having sailed for San Francisco by the Thomas I ope. iiealy visited the habitations of the natives of Kind's I -Wand in tne Arc tic ocean. They are a curious people who live upon a precipitous hillside as no other people live. He says the houses are erected upon poles, and the entrance to each is effected through a hole in tho front wail about 14 inches in diameter. The Corwin now on her return voyaga by way of Sitna to San Krsrcisc'.J. A Hal Ar tress. New York, Nov. 7. Mrs. Lnt,try made her first public appearance lust night in America at V.'allaek's theater. The audience was one of the largest aud most fashionable that ever assembled in New York. The Eaglnh beauty made a very favorable impression. Her im personation of " Hester Grasebroolt" in An Une'i'ial Match is concded by the critics to be a tine performance. She was repeatedly cilled before the cur tain. The applause upon her entr.iuce was detfeniug. New York, Nov. 7. Mrs. Langtry s performance i pronounctd successful and her beauty unquestioned by all the critic. Her talent, however, is quite another matter. The Timf j nays : "Mrs. Largtry'a performance of ' "Hes ter" must be considered as a very weak, vague and unsatisfactory effort. It- re veals no talent in the actress. It is cold, hard aud dull. Any tolerably re spectable actresi could present the part with more clearness and force. If Mrs. Lamjtry continues to hoM fast to her popularity here, her good fortune wili not ba due, certainly, to her strenoth in art." KxodHS of Clerks. Nk'.v Yui:K, Nov. 6. The Evening Po?8 Washington special says : The Departments to-day ara practically in the hands of female clerks, and a large amount of extra labor has been thrown upon the few chiefs of divisions who re main in this city. Chief Clerk Webster of the treasury said he had 500 letters to sign for hia chief, who had gone, and almost every one of these was written by female clerks. The outgoing trains on Saturday andyesterday were crowded with clerks, Tne night train last-night was one of the largest that ever left the city. Nearly all the passengers were clerks going to Indiana and Illinois to vote. Nearly all the New York and Pennsylvania clerks left either last night or night before. A Curious Case. Wellington, Ks., Nov. 7. James Bean, a Texas desperado, brought here two weeks ago, and who has since been lodged in jail for having killed City Marshal Brown tit Caldwell last Sum mer, died yesterday from wounds re ceived in his engagement with the Texas authoring who captured him. He had twelve shots in him and two Winchester balis. The pot mortem showed that his death was directly dus to a No. 2 shot which struck him in the forehead and passed entirely through his train. lie lived thirty days thus wounded. The Colorado Kleetion. Denver, Nov. 7 Ei-Senitor Chaf fee, Chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, iu an interview with a reporter last niht, said: '"Our telegrams are decidedly encouragiug to the Rij;ublicans, and we confidently predict Campbell's elec'.ion for Gover nor by 2,000 majority." Ex-Congressman L. M. Patterson, Chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee, said : "We estimate Grant's election by 15,000." Neither Chairman would veDture a prediction on the Legislature or Congressmen. Sfgroo Itiotinff. Yarnville, S. C, Nov. 6. Police man Robert Reed, of Hampton Court house, threatened to take a pistol from a negro named Jake llaulr, and on Sun day morning Gault wont to an adjoin ing town, collected a mob of 20 neurots aud returned a id attacked Reed and six other white. Reed was killed, and C. Newell, A D. Gerald, Samuel Devitt and Henry Peoples were cut, beat and otherwise injured. Threats are made by the negroes that many more whites will bite the dust before Tuesday night. Yellow I'rver. P.rownsvili.k Nov. 7. The first death from yellow fever ia several weeks occurred yesterday. General Smith's camp and the troops at Port Brown are ;n excellent health. The weather is very hot. Pensacola, Nov. 7. There wre six new cases of yellow fever and one death yesterday. Famine in Ireland. London, Nov. 6. Letters from Ire land state that a famine is impending in counties Donegal, Clare and Ros common. The potato crop has been a failure, while the storms have devas tated the fields and cabins of the poor. The guardians of the Workhouse Unions declare the prospect the worst since the famine of JS4ti. THE IRISH PARTY'S ATTITUDE EXPLAINED Boston, Nov. 6. A. M. Sullivan. M. P., referring to the latest news from Ireland, said : " I read that the Irish party votea witn tne government on the great trial of strength on Thursday night ou the cloture question. The reason for that is not cabled across, but I hbppeu to know it quite well. They voted cgaiost Sir Stafford Northcote's amend men t, which amendment pro posed two-thirds majority instead of a bare majority. This was an outrageous and very shabby artifice to establish a cloture which should never hit the Tory party, and which should crush the Irish party. Gladstone's cloture will hit the Tory and Home-Ruler alike. The Tories are always sure when suc cessful of having more than two-thirds of the House, but the Irish party is not, seeing that all the members from Ire land of all parties only number 102 out of 652. Oue therefore; perceives at onea that Sir Stafford Northcote's c'o ture would crush the Irish and let the Tories escape." Speaking of the new programme enunciated at the recent Conference in Dublin, Sullivan said he considered that as a matter of tactics it would be better to concentrate upon some subject, but the Conference must be accepted as speaking for the Irish people with an authority no previous body can pretend to. He believed the coming land revolution in England would far outstrip in magnitude and tremendous cousequeuce the Irish laud movement of the present day. TRLEURAPHIl; J O TA. ML (DdDLUKr, AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF FALL 0OQ)D CLOAKS, SILKS, VELVETS, LIVE MD LET LIVE. J. H. HIcGuirk, Trasoiiih, Plombcr, Gas Fitter AND GENERAL WOPwKEK, flavin? established himselfln business will attend to all orders promptly. No exorbitant charge for work, my motto beiag "Lire and let Live." a,3aop a few doors South'of Opera Howe. A Deposed CoTeraor. Dallas, Texas, Nov. 6. Carlos Or tiz, the recent.'y deposed Govercor of Sanora, accompanied by three of hia staff, passed through here to-day en route to the City of Mexico, via Pvew Orleans. He says the opposition to him originated in his favoriug the introduc tion of American railways and capital to Sonora, and hia ambition to make it an enterprising and prosperous State. He was elected Governor a year ago, and worked steadily for building rail roads with American capital. He was driven from tho Governor's mansion at Hermosillo by a lawless mot, who would have taken his life had he not taken refuge ia an American railway camp. He confidently exptcta Presi dent Gonzales to reinstate htm, and furnish sufficient troops to maintain toe dignity of the office. Polities Rollins ln Chicago. Chicago, Nov. 7. The political cam paign here has been entered with un usual vigor. Trouble is anticipated by many. Uuiteil S'atea Mirshal A M. Jones, who is alsoCha rrnau of the Re publican State Central Committee, has appointed Supervisors of Election with instructions to arrest all who attempt to vote fraudulently. Hi claims that much fraudulent registration has been done. Mayor Harrison the leader of the Democratic party, charges that this aciion ou Jones' part is a partisan move in favor of tho Republicans, and has instructed the Chief of Police to wear in a Urge number of special con stables tor duty at the polls. Each Chief declares that tie is master of the situation, and will arteetthe appointees of the other if caught ia any tkutluug- Washington, Not. 7. Local rains are predicted almost everywhere by the signal stations east of the Mississippi for to-day. Tha rain is generally . recog nized as a great advantage to the Democrats. Forelsn Sw. London, Nov. o". Ia the inuse of Commons this morning Sir Stafford Northcote gave notice of a motion call in; for the question of the engagement of English troops in Egypt, and stating that the House was entitled to fuller in formation as to the government policy aud the estimate of the cost of the War. Sir Charles Duke, replying to a ques tion of Bourke, said thf Egyptian gov ernment was solely responsible for all the charges preferred against Arabi Pasha. Gladstone, in ausweriug further ques tions by Bourke, informed the House that Arabi Pasha occupied the status of a prisoner who sui rendered uncon ditionally; that when the war closed, municipal law came into operation, and therefore Arabi would be tried very properly under municipal law. Cairo, Nov. 7. The Governor of Khartoum telegraphs that he defeated the rebels under the False Prophet at three different poiuta. He says that Khartoum ia for the m mient re lieved, but demands immediate succor iu the shape ef men and ammunition. Berlin, November ii. The Ger man Minister of War has made known his decision to extend the German forts and to strengthen the fortifica tions on the Baltic coast. New armored forts with heavy batteries will be con structed near Piliu.ii and Memely, and the extensive fortifications of Eastern aud Western Prussia and Poseu will La pushed forward with as great rapidity as possible, in order to meet the extec sion by Russia of the fortifications on the Prussian and Austrian frontiers. Everything indicates that tbe German Government realizes the presence of a (great aud growing danger, but that the suddenness with which it has been de veloped has neither terrifind this gov ernment nor fouad it uoorepared to meet the emergency. London, Nov. 7. A ilispa,ch from Durban says: Two battalions of Trans vaal Boers had an engagement with Mapoch, the Kaffir chief, who defeated the Boers. M tpoch feigued to retreat and drew the Boers into ambush, kill ing 300 of them. City of Mexico, Nov. 7. The Government received a report this morning that the Governor and Secre tary of State of Tobasco have been murdered. No particulars. Panama, Nov. 7. The Diario, the official organ of Lima, says: The news by to-day's steamer is that peace ne gotiations with Don Garcia Calderon hare been rioally broken off and he has been sent into confinement at AngeL John Henry JohDsnn, Mayor of Hastings Courthouse, Yirginia, for the muider of John E. Hatcher, formerly Chief of Police there, was indicted yes terday. An Alexandria dispatch says there is great distress among the victims of in cendiarism, wno are waiting to be paid an indemnity. Tney have been com pelled to appeal to private charity. ' While Misses Minnie Shanks and Mary Godfrey, two joun? ladies. were sitting under a tree at Yellville, Ark., yesterday, it fell, killing the for mer and badly manglnig the latter. During the week ending November 4 1.032,900 standard silver d' liars were put in circulation i-y the United States mints. Dorini; the same period last year but oU, 41U standard silver dol lars were circulated. An O.naha di&Datch tays : A bag gige car aud one passenger car of the Baltimore and Maryland Express were thrown from the track two miles west of Alexandria last night. Brakeman Frank Hurst was instantly killed. No one else was seriously hurt. The acci dent was caused by the breaking of an axle of the engine teuoer. DOLMANS, SATINS, DRESS GOODS, Blankets, Table Linen, Napkins, Ladies' Fancy Goods of the Very Latest Styles. They Will Be Sold Cheaply and Rapidly For the Next ThisMy Days HE3rRecollect we have but One Price for Everybody OIISIEI ! ALFRED LILIEiWELD (Successor to Frank Boskowitz.) H All CHARLES E. DRAY, AILIXU AM FKEMillTIXU. RE tVl. GILLIGAN'S Order Attended Expedition. to Willi Iavc orders on the slates to be fuunil at the principal business houses. BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE. ( ARSO.V, 5KVADA, CORNER CARSON & YMJDSTS CLOTHING! Men's and Boy's Suits from $8.00 to 040.00. E' LflUNT PRIVATE carriages and buggies and spirited ieame can al ways be obtained. Particular horses. attention paid to livery OPCIV DAT AND MIGHT. NORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK ON REASONABLE TERMS. Overcoats from $8.00 $30.00 to ItESTOX, Proprietor. MAIL LETTINGS. Notice 1 9 Contractors. rOHTOFFICK DEPARTMENT, Washington, D. C, October 16, 18a ( PROPOSALS WILL. BR Re ceived at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 p. x.of January 3 1883, lor carrying the mails of the United States upon the routes, and ac cording to the schedule of arrival and departure specified by the Department, in tliestote of Nevada, from July 1, 1HS3, to June 30, IrtWi. Lists 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 Poslmaster-Generai. T. O. HWE, oZI-tiw Pvatmaster-Qenerai. Gents' Furnishing Goods SHIRTS, DRAWECB. COLLARS, CUFFS, NECKTIES, GENTS' SHOES or ALL DESCBIPT I O 3f S, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises. Bo One Oaa Undersell TJa in Carson COUNTY BUILDING, Corner Musser & Carson Sts S II O IU STOEE. A Fresh Consignment or Boots, Shoes and Ladies' Gaiters. THE LATEST STYLES, EVERYTHING NEW AND- 11BK1D IT PlttfUlSlULK E1TK1 Nevt. to. foil ;i ii. Kot's and Inoitiuir the i late Capitol Building. Fall and Winter Millinery M IRHCl CALIHBCRTI Would respectfully inform the ladies cf Carson nnd vicinity that, they imv con stantly on hand elegant novelties In Fall and Winter Millinery, at their wt- tabllHhment, EXT T COnn MI CMUS STOW, C1IKII 9TUET.