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APPEAL. CARSON CITY, NEVADA: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1882. NO 213 VOL. 20. MOMim appeal T ELE6RA Pill G Published every morning (Mondays ex cepted) by S. P. DAVIS. A, Daily Newspaper, devoted to Politics, . oenerai xsews ana jjocai Amurs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the southern rront ot tne (state L'apuoi. GEANT WANTS JUSTICE DONE GEN. PORTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, by mail S8 00 jne copy, six months, by mail 4 00 One copy, three months, by mail.-. 2 CO Payments on subscription, in advance Tne APPEAL -will ne aeuvereu u me citizens of Carson at 33 coats p.'r week. THE CHINESE QUESTION IN NEW YORK. CAPITAL CiGAH STORE, Opposite State Oapitol TCST OPESED WITH AN EX- fj eeptionably good stock f PRESIDENT ARTHUR BLAS PHEMES AT JOHN SHER MAN. THE QUESTION OP NE VADA FREIGHTS. Various News From All Farts of the World. Cigars, Tokeeo, Pipes, Cutlery, And all kinds of Gentlemen's Smoking Paraphernalia MAX ARONSON. oct5 JACOB TOBRiHER, WHOUCSAIS I KKTAlli IS imported & Domestic Cigars, PIPES, , SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. C-AH(0 CITV..'... BLOCK, , ...SKViMA' M. fi.DOWNEY, -DEALER IX- iW AHO SECOND HAND FURNITURE, REDDING, GOODS UPHOLSTERY , ETC. laf.ee stock of bedroom sets CR03KERY, Parlor & Cooking Stoves. SoJiiii;,' Cheaper thaa nay House in tne .State (Yirsiala not .Exempted) EZB.ST CLASS CPJIOL.STKISY AT TENDED TO. Call nd examine. Stone Building opposite Mason's, TO THE FRONT AGAIK! New "fork Iongol 5an. New York, Nov. 15. The Herald h.M this following editorial : Our special dispatchta from Pan Francisco repart a demagogical attempt of the Collector of that port to exclude all Chinamen whatever from lamii.'ig there, whsthcr they are merchants or laborer?; but Judge ilottaian is not a deniag'wue, and when the ca30 was brought before the Uuited States District Court, - the Collector was frustrated and rebuked, as he dasarved to be. T ie fac how ever, thf.t the chic? officer of the Fed eral revenue service oa the Pacific Coast should volunteer t't put a gloss of Lis cm upon the Chinese immigra. tion statute with the design ot increas ing ita stringency, is significant of the Bjsirit of the community to which he pandered. Being a politician he prob acy counts the rebuke of the Court a of slight moment; la comoansoa with uie increase ct pop ularity that h? has eaiued a.r.ong ths hoodlums. It deacrved remark that the Chinese question is rapidly nnpronching a new Dhase of which Zvew iork rr.ercliatti 'will do well to take timely warnin:;. The Pacific Const politicians, having bulldozed the Federal Govern ment so successfully in the matter of Chinese immiaraton, are working themselves uutorftinand snpiilemfot ary legislation of a prohibitory char acter si no distant nay in the matter of Chinese import. The,- asked Congress to forbid the iotrid-.icti.in of Chinese labor into 38 States in order to protect three cf them California, Nevada and Oregon whose united population 13 less than that of this city, and Con gress yielded to the request and has shut Chim'se 1 abort-rs out of Ntw York because they are unwelcome in San Francisc-. Now they are growing fearful that tho exclude 1 Chinamen will soon become successful competitors ahhough restricted to Asiatic soil, and accordingly tbey are preparing to peti tion Congress further to s hu. Chinese maaufactures out of the whole country, New York included. The San Fran cis. :o newspapers are looking forward to the time when Obinam?u at home will manufacture for themselves, and the Presidf-nt, because more personal is from Messrs. Herriek, Kerr and Bliss, in recard to ex-Senator Spencer. Thirinir the late Star-route trial the government counsel, it is well known, sent the President a letter setting forth that Spencer, a government otuciaJ, was wanted as a government witness, but could not be found, and was con ferring a great favor on the defense by keeping out of Eight. No attention has been paid to the let ter. The lime of the second trial draws near, and Speccr has not yet been found. He is wanted very much. The government counsel sent another letter to the President calling his atten tion to all the facts in Spencer's case. Of course the President does not ex. aotly like to have his attention called to the thing. It intimates that he wants to protect Doreey. The President wants every violator of the law pun ished, of course, but he is not very anxLQu ta see a nseiul feepuonoan statesman, the Secretary of the .Na tional Committee, the man whom he toasted as the savior of Indiana in 1880, behind the grating of a penitentiary. lOBX . FOX HAS NOW OS tl hand a fresh assortment ot Books, music anI Jewelry, CONS & AND UWDSITIM AND PISTOL SPSldoadiajToQli And everything :n the sporting line Afi th leading Periodicals and XagasiiMS ol Cutlery, Fancy Articles, Aaa a (womb! mmortmmt ol ahnost ererrtMnt so cheaply that they will not ouly supply their o--n markets but curs as well, nnless Cor.gctss comes to the rescue with customs duties which will eclipse the most extraordinary pro visions of tho present tarifll The .levada Freight Mte&I. CbiAHA, Nov. 15. The Union Pacific official stati?, in regard to tho trouble with the Nevada truk lines over freight, that th:re has been a tariff in existence for ten years which, when first published, allowed Nevada trunk lines their propoition of the Sacramento rate apou freight for all points in Nev ada. This freight has always been billed by ths Uaion Pa-ilic at their proportion of the Sacramento rate, but arbitrary rates charged by the CVntral Pacihc . Company on the business forced iu nearly all to S.iu Francisco, either br S.inthcm rail or water routes. If tha Central Pacitic, however, will reduce it will make it practicable to ship fiti the East direct. ' The Union Paoidc has asked nothing cf tbe trunk lines more'ttun, it has enjoyed fT ten years past, which is simply to biil the Nevada freight at i:s respective pro portion of tha Sierameuio rate for each line east of gdeo. Several Un ion Pacific officials hava started for Chicago to explain and do away wish the misunderstanding. Nw York, Nov. 16. Ames, a Bos ton director of the Union Pacific, says the earnings of the company for the current year, partly est.ionM.ed, show a 1 surplus of 4.500,000. The floating debt is only $2,700,000, which will be extinguished by the immediate placing of 13,000,000 of collateral trust bonds, already negotiable. . Ames says the company will next year pay a dividend of 8 pt-r ctnt. The r reside nt Annoyed. Washwgt.w. Nor. 16. -The Presi dent is very much out of sorts. One of tbe miDor ills is a letter addressed by the two Massachusetts Senators to Secretary Fulger, giviog Collector Worthingtoa severe hauling over the coals for helping tha Democrats to elect their candidate for Governor. The relations of Worthington and his news paper to Butler are such thtt the trnth of the charge is highly probable. An other letter oce more irritating to The President Swearing Nad. Washington, Nov. 16. Speaker Keifer came here immediately after bis election to got a friend cf his appointed Judge of tho United States Court for Southern Ohio in the place of the late Judje Swing. John Sherman has just arrived here oa a similar errand, but he wants the place for Warner F.ateman, who two years ao was chief of his Presidential boom bureau. - This, how ever, is not the only claim Hatenian has on the consideration of the President. When Secretary Sherman removed Chester A. Arthur from the Collector- ship of the Post of New York, Bateman assisted Sherman in workirg up the case agvlnst the Collector and prepared the legal portion of Sherman's report, announcing and justifying the removal. Now Chester A. Arthur is President, and John Sherman called on him to-dy to ask him to appoint Waruer Bitemsn to the District Judgeship. The Prefi dent understands BitemWs connt-c'ion with the cife just as well as he under, stands Sherman's, and it is not at all surprising, therefore, taat in speasing to a friend of Shtrman's visit he ex claimed with indignation: " By God, that is the monumei'tal cheek of the f lUtiry Grant and Porter. New Vokk, Nov. 15. General Grant's new magazine article, entitled " Aa Undeserved Stigma," concisely re views the cas of Fitz-J jhn Porter, giv ing the ground for his formtr belief in Porter's guilt aa I his pretut couviction of his entire innocence, and appeals to the government end the country fur prompt action in Pot ter's behalf. New Yoke, Nov. 16. The IfrroM says of (.rant's views touching Fitz John Porter: General Grant declares straightforwardly hi- conviction that Porter was not merely justified in not acting upon the half-psi 4 v. :i. order. but that it was his duty not to not upon that order. Ir.s leaious are that Porter knew the fjcts to be different from what they were supposed to be by the com mander who issued the order, and was n-t, in point of fact, in tha position in which the order supposed he wa, and that the order involved the forcinj of the battle on the day oa which it was given, and was not received, until ni;tit fali of that day. To act upr-n it he would have acted contrary to the spirit of the order itself. These are cod reasons, but it takes a great while to complete the second volume of his "Lie of Chmt." counsel for Beecher moved to dismiss the case upon the ground that there was no date fixed for tbe closing of the contract. Judge Barrett held that the plaintiff had failed to make out a case, but he would grant until to-day tor the production of evi dence to show limitation of contract, and said that otherwise he would have to dismiss the case. cet justice from Congress, and Grant himself illustrates the diihculty. It re quired ab.-ut ninoton years to convince him on those points, but if a man in- structed and experienced in war conld only set this case riyht after snch an in terval, what can we expect of the aver age Congressman ? Confederate Iteunicii. Lexington; Ky., Nov. 16. About 300 men of JohD II. Morgan's command met here yesterday and formed a per manent organization, with General Bazil Duke as President. Mrs. Morris of Chicigo, a sister of Governor Black burn, was present, and was elected Honorary Fresidint, and the mother of General Morgan and bis wife were made Honorary Vice-Presidents. It has been determined to hold a grand reunion in cimp near this city next July, and in vite all who served in the Confederacy. Speeches were made by General Duke, General R. M. Gano and Lieutenant Gnvsrnor C.tntrell. - Those present marched in a body to the residence of Mrs. Morgan an-1 paid their respects to tho mother of thtir commander. In side the hall, where were received the old compatriots of Gtner&l Morgan, hung tha stars and bars ; outside in front of tti9 building floated the stars and stripes. Two Terrible Death. St. Paul, Nov. 15. This morning, at PoberU's SUtion, twenty milts east of Hudson, on the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha railroad, a stock train, while waiting for water, was run into by a freight train from behind. A caboose, in which were the con ductor, brakeman, stockmen and sev eral passengers, was smashed to pieces. The conductor was burned ta death, nothing but his bones being recovered. The brakeman bad an arm torn from its socket and died from loss of blood within an hour. A passenger named Fiok was badly injared. A number of cars were wrecked and many cattle were killed. The Beeeher Salt, Nkw York, Nov. 16. Yesterday at the conclusion of the plaintiff" a testimony in the suit against Henry Ward BeecW, growing bnt of bis failcre to 91 bseellaneons . Salem, Or., Nor. 16. Sunday af ternoon about 6 o'clock, as E. Wolford was returning home from Silverton, in this county, where he had been with his two daughters to attend the dedica tion services cf the new M. E. Church, tha horses became frightened and ran oil a bridge about four miles from that place. The carriage was npset by the fall, and Miss Gertrude Wolford was thrown under the feet of the hordes and trampled to death. A nine-year-old daughter, who was also an occupant of the bugey, Eus'airitd some injuries. The rernuiuder of tbe party escaped unhurt. The little girl and the remains cf Miss Gertrude were carried to a farm-house about two miles farther on. The un fortunate lady was about 21 years of age, and her untimely death is keenly felt by ail who knew her. Cairo, Nov. 15. Suleiman Daoud was before the Prosecuting Commission to-day. He confessed to giving the order for firing Alexandria after having received peremptory commands from Arabi. As the coiagration did not at first, appear to be general, Arabi ordered him through Mahmoud to tire more places. He also states that Arabi, on the 12: h of July, ordered him to take soldiers to llamleh Palace and murder the Khedive. While on the roal to execute the order he met the President of the Chamber cf Notables, who prevailed on him to return and re monstrate with Arabi. Nouri Bey, an officer who had charge of the troops at Pvamleh Palace, corroborates Suleiman's statements. Sas Francisco, Nov. 16. The fine residence of Judge Sarr.aeJ Wiljon, on Pine, between Stockton and Powell streets, took fire this morniDg from a defective flue. After a Icn-continued attempt to smother the fire by the occupant.', an alarm was tu.ru.?d n) feiid the department affcr 4 vexaunnal straggle subdue! the fie. There was no outburst of the ilarne1-, which crept slowly through nearly every partition in the house without showing themselves. Mist of the furniture, pictures, etc., were removed, hut thf house was finely finished, aud Judge Wilson estimates the damage at not less than 100,000. Insured. Dallas, Texas, Nov. 15. A move ment is on foot among leading Demo crats to send the Challenge Banner to New York, on account of her big Democratic majority, althruh it was originally intended to 1-e contended for on Presidential elections, and t.i be presented to the State giving the largest majority. Georgia won it in 187b and k-pt it three years. Texas won it in 1SS0 and it is now in possession of J. B. Simpson, of Dallas. No doubt it will be tent to New York. ML (DflDIHIM, AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF FALL 000 IS, DOLMANS, SATINS, DRESS GOCXDS, Blankets, Table Linen, Napkins, Ladiss' Fancy Goods of thsVery Litest Style: CLOAKS, SILKS, VELVETS, They Will Be Sold Cheaply and Rapid ly For the We xt Thir v Days Recollect we Lave but Ot: o Pii f Ererybody I t:L.;KA(il l: JOTM. New Yokk, Nov. 15. A Tim Washington special says : The St-nate will be diviled betvrsen the two great parties. The Virginia Read j utters will hold the balance of power. George 0. Gorham is s till a candidate for the oince of Secretary. Is is said by some persons--that he will be selected and supported by the Hepuhlican caucus, a,d that he will le supported by Mahone and Kiddleberuer, the two Re adjustee, whose votes will be needed. Washisgtox, Tswv. 15. Richard Hoffman, of Somerset township, has been a cripple for years, being paralyzed in his lower limbs so that he was corn compelled to use a wheel chair. Last Thursday he crawled behind i a barn, aud, while engaged in prayer, heaSS a vi-ice say: "Arise and walk J"' He obeyed the command and has been walking ever since. Nkw York, Nov. 15. The Grenada (Miss.) Sentinel has the following tele gram by authority of Genera! James R. Chalmers, which he sent to General Benjamin F. Butler : General Butler, LowelL Mass. : Fort Pillow Chalmers to Beast Butler, greeting- : Both in. Shake ! James R. Chalmebs. Grenada, Miss., Nov. 9:h. Grand Eapids, Micb., Nov. 16. Harrison, the " boy preacher," has been holding revival meetings here for sev eral weeks. Three persons have been driven to insanity by the excitement, the latest victim being Miss Emmons, a dressmaker. KAISER'S RESTAURMT, jt OYSTER Ks ,f&tivciior house. Stjr Heals at All Honnt r ad Night. tbe Iay Experienced Cooks, Neat Tables, and Separate Apartments for Private Parties and Families. MIR CllSlIE H MT SC tflSSO it the MITE ....The straight Greenback Sta'e Comniittie of Maine mi-t iu Augusta yesterday and decided to thoroughly or ganize for the next campaign. The Biard of HeaKh of Pensa- cola, Fla., hss ifcu?ti a proclamation declaring that the yellow ftvsr opi demic is at an end there. ....In De Witt county, Texas, two escaped convicts met James G. Sparma on the road and shot him. Tliy then beat out his brains aud robbed h.m. ....The Irish party in Parliament will tender a banquet t A. M. Sulli van, ex-member of Pa rliirn on his rotur'i frf-m America. Parneil will preside. ....A number of the you ogtr mem bers of the Chicago Board of Trade were suspended yesterday for indulg ing in the past:me of knocking of! the hats of oMtr members. .In Concord, N. H., yesterday, Elbny Albee, th-i defa.uli.ing cashier of the Ashr.elot Savings Bitk, was sen tenced to ten years' imprisonraBOt,, and was taken to thj State Prison.. - At ' Taylorsville, N. C, last myht, burglars entered the residence of William A. Pool, Cltrk of the Superior Court of Alexander conntv, bound and gacged him, and nude their escape with $,00 belonging tJ tho county. - Brave Bear, a Sioux Indian, was hanged yesterday at Yankton. Da kota, for the murder cf Joseph John son, near Fort Sully, in 1S79. Brave Bear left a request to his relatives not to avenge his death and to omit the usual mourning. . . . .Yesterday a well-to-do farmer named Jasper Spanlding, living near Raub. Ind.. first knocked senseless his little son and wife with a wbilHstree and then cut thiir throats with a razir, after which he cut hia own throat with the same weapon. . . . .The application for a new trial iu the insanity case of Mrs. Scoville was again continued in Chicago yesterday, her attorney stating that he had re ceived a dispatch from her saying that she intended io be present, but missed the train. Her: husband says she al ways misses tbe traius.' ....In the United States' Circuit Court at Chicaco yesterday Judge Drummond rendered a final decree for the sale of the Cleveland, Columbus k Indiana Central Railroad under fore closure of mortgage. The indebted ness amounts to over ? 14, 000, 000. The decree stipu'ates that the road must be sold in its entirety, and for not less than 31,500.000. HE-OPENED ! 1. GILLIGAN'S S H. O !E STOKE. CHARLES . BRAY, Acuxu ash iHEiuirrisu. A Fresh Consignment of Coots, Shoes and ladies' 3 THE LATEST STYLES, EVERYTHING NEW -AND- IjRkid bows it i'i if h ism;: sates. Sxt to John i- Foxes' 8 nt reutlu the ttate Cupitol lluildimr. Fall and Winter Millinery Alt Orders Attended Expedition. ti with Leave orders oa tbe a late to be fuan-i at the principal busings house. -JISi: 1'AI.IDinCRTI Would respectfully inform the ladieaor Carson and vicinity that they have con stantly on hand elegant novelties (a Fall and Winter Millinery, at their ea tablishment, XKIT II Call's HI fiOOH STOW, Cltttl mm.