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PEAL OABSON CITY, NEVADA: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18. 1882. NO 214 VOL 20. M OB NING APPEAL Published every morning (Mondays ex cepted) by S. P. DAVIS. loaily Newspaper, devote4 to Politic-., CJeneral News and Ixcal Affair?. FKICE On Second street, opposite the southern rfont of the State Capitol. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : . On copy, one year, by mail .. M me copy, six months, by mail... . . . " On copy, three months, by mail.... . Payments on subscription, in adyamv The Api-eai. will be delivered to the - itizens of Carson at J cent- per week. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. CAPITAL CIGAR STOBc, Opposite State Capitol T(TKT lEr.O WITH AX ceptio-.ia.bly good stock tigars, TAatco. fipe, CnUfry, And ail kinds of Gertiemen's Smoking Paraphernalia MAX ARONSON. oc!5 JAOOB TGBRINER, WII0Mt8AI.lt AV1 RITAIT. pftViK 19 Imported & Domestic Cigars, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. ARLINGTON I'ASSOV CITY ... BLOCK, A.D0WHEY i r DHM.f.n IN pw km second mu FURNITURE, BE DDI Mi, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, ETC. URSE STOCK OF BEDROOM SETS CR03KERY, t Parlor & Cooking Stoves. ellins tbei"r thai aay Moose in the State (Virginia not Excepted.') riUST Ci.A UPIIOLHTEUV AT TENDED TO. call nd amif. ;' Stone Building opposite Mason's. TO THE FRONT AQAIN ! IOHX . KOX IIASKOW OX J hand a fresh assortment or Books, Music and Jewelry, JLIUOKITIOH AND .RelMdiwTooli " ,i evprytKlng io the sporting lino All th. Iodine .eriodTaOs o4 MafhuM ot fc Cutlery,- aficy Article, 5? TELEBRAPIilC RICH SILVER STRIKE CANADA. IN SEVEN LIVES LOoT IN THE EAST RIVER. THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC DODGING ITS TAXES. TAMMANY GETS UP A NEW PLATFORM. Railroad Tax Suit. Washington, Nov. 17. The import ant tax case of the county of San Mateo 8gi33t the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, which the United States Supremo Court consented on Mond-iy laat to advan-e, irovidel counsel ct.-uld agree on a dale aot later tnas lceem ber, was yesterday set for argument on December 19. The questions involved in this case, which is regarded ly the Justices of this court as one . the mt iircortant ever brought befor them, is as to the na'uro and extent "i e i tation impend upon Stata taction by tl.i urnvis-io'is of i.he fourth aroo nnmenc to the Coarti'u'-ior. The snit in which this question arises yas originally brought iu one of iLe Sttpeiior Courts cf California t recover from the South ern. Pacific Ra-lroad Company certain State ar;d county laxas levied npon i's property for the tisc.il year of 1S81--S2. The company beside, a jjentral der.ial of the allegations of the eomp'siut, set r.p as a s p ci i; &nwer to the action, that the juwssmtat of its property, according to which the taxes ia the sui; were lovied. was unlawful and unjnt : that discrimination was made between ie.r;iperty and the property of iu.ii viaisii to its disadvantage, ia that it wai rn.t allowed any deduction from the valuation of iu property for mort gage thereon, which is allowed for moTtj-atfes in the assessment f the property of individuals ; the counpany wai llus subjeotel to an unequal share cf the j:b'ij burdaus, au l that as this d.soiiriKua'.ijri w mwij iu pursuaiics of the pr.n-isions of the Constitution of the S'.ati. the c mpany was denied the iqard rotecti n of the laws guaranteed l y rhi fou.ih amend me:;', to the Ttr.r.U C .usiiuiti-r.n. It waa further a!:e.d by the raitroa.i con-.pacy that- the assessment of i-.s. property was illegal aud void b'-cane made in rur-snsLce of provisions of the State Constitution, wi.ioh gave no no I ice to the defer dant ami alTorded it no opportunity to be lien- t respecc ing the valu? of iU property, or f.T correction of a.n' errors f the l"te Boar:!, ihvL3 daprivinji it of its property without the due proc.s3 of bitv :uaran taed by th:-.t amendmea!. Trie impor tant qu-sticas r-.ised by this defense wil? be arnuvd i-x this Court by S ir.xtor Eiraunds x-8enator Conk'itv; smd Jodga S. V. Sanderson, who have been retiined bv the railroad company, ani by II o. A.' L. Rhodes in b half of the countv of S in M ceo and tha State. It h tlso probable that the Attor nev (ienera.1 of California w:lt come to Washington to partkiparf-e iu the ar gument. SSevr-n l.Jve? Lt.. Nr.w Yor.K, Nov. 17. A dieter by whiidi seven persons lost their live?, occurred U?i evening on the Eat river, opposite Wii iamsburg. Th barge Sig nal, loaded with 700 barrel of sugar. had beea tak3n iu tow aud waa pro ceeding on her way toward the bay, when she waa ran into by the tteamer riitv r.f Worcester, and a large hole was stove in her side. The steamer received slight injuries and proceeded on ner way, wluie the tjarsre was lanen iu i.i direction cf the Brooklyn Navy-yard. thA nearest noint. Thero were on board at the time Captain Win. Taylor, his mother, wife and three children, and also two deck-hands, ine cargo uue.i rapidiy and sank before the shore waa reached. Those in charge of the tua i,..0l fiiA Viar coin" down, ana quickly turned the vessel about and scearneo in mo uncv.i " ... B craft. Iu the darkness it was found difficult to distinguish objects in the water. Rearing cries for help, they were followed up. and Captain Taylor was rescued. His mother, wife and the three children and the deck-hands were nowhere to be seen, they having evidently been carried down to the bot tom of the river by the sinking barge. 0od Plaee for Jewett Adams.a TCfw Tokk. Nov. 17. Tbe HorMa I Washingtou special says : About 100 ap- lir.tions are on hie for appointment to the special commiisionership to inspect the latest sections built ot the JMormern Pacific rod. The office is quite allur ine, for besides paying 1 10 a day and expenses to its holder, it gives him iu cants a mile for every mne oi m journey. All this costs the govern ment, however, not a penny. The road defrays tbe entire charge. Besides, in road invariably furnishes passes over all intervening lines, and special trains with all the modern improvements, liquid and otherwise, over its owe. and does all in its power to relieve tbe guest of the necessity or desire to look out of the car windows during the inspection trip. Nor baa an account, including mileage, ever been questioned. Tbes entity do not go unrequited, for with a singular unanimity the reports on fie in the Interior Department de. clare the road to have been so far cod eluded in the most substantial and satisfactory manner. Telegraph Salt. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 17. Appli cation was yesterdy mace to the Attorney-General for the commencement of an action by the people of the State of New Y'ork agaioat the Mutual Union Telegraph Company to vacate its char ter and dissolve the corporation, upon the gr mnd that the eompary has un law fully issued 10,000,000 of capital stock, when the authority conferred on it by law limited it to 1,200,000 ; that about $5,000,000 in the hands of the company has been issued in payment for the construction and equipment of lines ut telegraph worth about 3,500, 000, and that t ubstanlially the whole of said 10,000,000 of stock has been fraudulently issued. The apphcatiou was made by Wm. Hendrey Cameron, a stock-holder, and with it was filed a further application made bv -Tay Gould, stating that he desires to be joined as relator. The Attorney general issued a citation directed to the Mutual Union Company directing tbem to show cause before him on Tuesdty evening nest at Albany why the application shou.i not bo granted cud proceedings commence, Rieh strike. Dvxuiii, Minn., Nov. 16. Glowing returns reach this city of resent rich silver ore found at a pc'iut 12 nuies east c pion river, oa the Canadian suie 01 , t-rD,tionll boundary line. Gen- . enal Wi!de has b;en prospectiog in the lesion three years in company with a man named D.innett aiid another man name.1 D.imel McShe. With the aid of Indiiis they have succeeded in tind in what is reported to be the richest silver Tein of the continent. It is ?aiii tint inch pieces ;f almost pure native silver have been lately picked up re-pi the surface of the veiu. Tf,ila Frelgrtt. O.MAli.V, Nov. 1 (I. Telegraphic advicas received at Uijion Pacific head quarters today from Commissioner Miflghy, i f the Iowa pool lines at Chicago, are to the itL'ct that his oriier relative to freight consigned to Nevada, via the Ui ion Paeitic railroad, will at be lescinded, ami the old order of business relations between the Iowa ; ool Hues and the Union Paciric will be immediately restored. It i- thought here that CommifMioner Mi Itfley'tt circu lar would not have been issued had it not ben f.sr soma misunderstanding of tacts ia the c!-e. r-IiseeHanooii. New Yokk, Nov. 17. -At a meeting of lbs Tarnmai.y Cutral Committee last ciht a consratnlatory sddress was . mi 1 1 - ... .tl. n nyn n , , ' adopted. J aaurtss im -u o other thin23 that " we demand the im mediate abolition of internal revenue taxes and a revi.ien of the present nnnressive tarltL and we slu.uld have but a said kind of paper currency S. S. Cox said: " Ii we remain true to our DnnocraMo principles a&d make no mistake, in 18S4 we may elect the President.'' Nt.w Von;:, Nov. lfj. Vernon Sea man ond Widi.un h:milio;i were ar raigned at the Tombs Court to-day, charged with malicious libel by (ieorge M. Pii-.iify. The deferdants are ac cuse 1 of printing arid disseminating in this city au extract from the Sin Fran cisco p'aprra .f Seteniber 8, 1S, which reflected on the conduct aud antecedents of the complainant. An examination will be held to-lay. Clfv;:lan-i, Ojio, Nov. 17. Rep resentatives here of the eai miues in d Mahonioar ditricts, will nol concede t'ne &dvauce demanded by the miners. They sty they have u'eoty of coal. Many miners are idling aoufc the streets. Louisville, Ky., Nmv. 17. Martha RobioHon (colored) was arrasted last niirht for a horrible crime. She heated a stove red hot, stripped tue clothing from a child two yeirs and a halt oM, and laid it n its bick on the stove. It will die. niiATTNonA. Tenn.. Nov. 17. J. B. Tinslev. of Knoxville, Tenn., a stock trader, presented a forged note to the Cleveland, Tennessee, bank, yesterday. and when aiscoveretl sno uimsen through the head, dying instantly. Foreign Xews. London, Nov. 17. The Irish Parlia mentary party have instructed Parnell to ask the government what they intend doin relative to anticipated distress ia Irehrjd. Although but a fortnight remains for receiving applications under the Irish A.-o,r Aft. from tenants in ar rears, only $750,000 have been applied for. During the debate upon the Ac it waa estimated that 11,120. (WU wouia he to be taken from the Church Sur plus for this purpose. London, Nov. 17. In the House of Commons last evening York gave notice of a motion that a select com mittee be appointed to inquire into the circumstances f the release of Parnell, n'lv'oiiir ,!! Ddlnn from Kilm&inham Jail. Gladstone said the government Wi-uld not oppose the motion. Vienna. Nov. 17. Kossuth, in a let ter to the leader of the Radical party in Hangary,' declares the very existence of the anti-Jewish agitators to be a na- trJnal shame disgrace, and it ia io ICSIvaoifJ 1MI llllll uuw fiijr - Vdts'ng Democratic principles could le psessed of such a craze. It is not the Jews, but a bad economic policy, that has reduced the poorer classes of Hun gaiy to ruin. determined Suicide, Pioche, Nov. 16. Joseph Simon Vasquez, aged 28 years, committed sui cide at Mouutajn Springs, Utah, 14 miles fiom Sulphur Springs Station, near the roa 1 to Milford. He had for years been an acute sufferer from, rheu malism, the severity of the attacks be ing so great that ha wai unable to leave his bed. Rendered desperate or de mented by pain, at 11 o'clock last Fri day morning, he ordered hie girl, aged 10, to briug him his loaded pistol. He took the we&pon, placed it to Lis tem ple and sent a bulhjt crashing through his head. His wife, left alone with three children, the eldest only 10 years old, caught the horses, h inie(..-il and hitched them to a wagoa, in which she placed the body of her husband and drove to Sulphur Springs the t-ame night, and thence via Desert Station and Panaca to this place, bringing the body here for burial by request of her husband made on the morning of bis death. The distance traveled was SO miles, the drive occupying three days. Tha deceased was a c nsin of Vazquez, the ioted Cabforrd desperado, Sau Franeieiee Slews San Fbancisco, Nov. 17. The Chi nese population, under pressure of the law restricting Chinese immigration, is decreasing. Since the law weot iuto effect, three months ago, 3,CS0 more have gone to China than hava come this wnv. The figures for three months are: Departures, 3.S49 ; arrivals, 10!'. The arrivals from China and Janau last month were only 73, cgainst 972 in Oc tober of last year. At the end of ten year?, should" this average of decrease cootiuu", 117,200 Chinese will have gone, aod the numbjr remaiuiug will hardly bo noticed. DEWEVS CON. VlKlUMA Sl'IT. Judge Hunt, iu the case of E. Pope against J. V. Coleman et ah. has sus. tained the defendant's demurrer to the complaint. The action is a part of the lecal controversy between S. P. Dewey aud Messrs. Flood. Mackay and Fair, conceriun-r the division of profits from the Con. Virginia mine, with which the public are familiar. Tue issvi involves a very hirje sum of money. The plain tiff is allowed tea days in which to tile un amended complaint. TKLKti RAPHIC. JOTS. The Treasury Department yes terday purchased 33J.O00 ouuees of sil ver for coiaage. The roof of an old dwelling fell last night in the City of Mexics and killed .'even persons. .Two rdlots vera drowned yester day while attemutiug to reach a dis tressed vessel on lira o!l tho Firth of Forth. William II. Gr:son and his two sons were arrested at Fredericktown, Mo , yesterday fT counterfeitiBi silver dollars and halt dollars. . . . . At Higher, Mo., last nihr. the c;hin i f a negro named Janus Taylor was burned, and two of his children peruhed in tne name-. Sir Sr.iiT.ird Northcotc has been obliged to leave rnglaud oa account of his health, and will wiuvHuately make a trip to the Mediterranean. Tlit. Curt-houso at Anderson, Grimes county. Texas, was burglarized last night, and all the el- cdou returns taken by unknown parties. t;, A.'f'ullnn&h. a troublesome citiz'-ii of Holgate, Ohio, was placed in the lock-up last nignt to goi sooer. n tired the structure aud burned himself to a crisp. The St. Petersburg newspapers have been forbidden to maice ny al lusion regarding the construction of military railroads, or the movements of of troops, near the Turca-Russiau fron tier. .... A dispatch from Chattanooga says : One hundred persons converted to Mormonism left yesterday for their colony in Colorado. They are sll from the Southern States. The Mormons i,o 7rt mwKionnriea in the field ia the South, and they are gaining converts rapidly. An attempt is being made in Utah by Judge Vanzile, the Liberal or Gentile candidate for Congress, to have the votes cast for John T. Caine, the Mormon, thrown out. It is held that the ballots are illegal, and that Cajne is a Mormon and consequently ineligible to office. GEORGE PERASICH, 8 AH FRANCISCO MARKET yy holesale and Retail Iealer In FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CONFECTIONS, Etc. J3EB- The proprietor has on hand and is dally receiving the choicest Fruits, Freshest Vegetables, Best of Confection ery, Cnoice Havana Cigars, Poultry, Ranch Eggs, etc. 8tre OppUe the Ptfller. ml (DvDnnw, AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF i FALL CLOAKS, SILKS, VELVETS, Blankets, Table Ladies' Fancy Goods of Tlioy Will Be Sold For ike Next Recollect wo have RESTAURANTS. FRENCH RESTAURANT. s- witTtkVk: FTf 'P I F'V Ol'TOSITK Till Open Ait Hours Da ani KSght -71-KKVTHIX SEKVlin IT rj in the Ist of style. Fresh fish, nitons, nnd all ohtninahle delicacies oil hand. Private dininfj rooms for fumilies and pnrties. htriet attention to cleanliness mail departments. rAMCAU Proprietor. KAISER'S RESTAURANT, -and- aifi CHOP HOl'SE. Meals t All llonr of tbe Day and SiffM. Experienced Cooks, Neat Tables, and Separate Apartment ior Private Parties and FamiliOH. IR CI KUE R JOT SURPASSED is lit STATE ESTABLISHED IN 1852. L. P. FISHER'S NEWSPAPER Advertising Ageney. - a Vw- hbm 2 and SI. raerro""?, 1 0000 DOLMANS, SATINS, DRESS GOODS, Linen, Napkins, the Very Latest Styles. Cheaply ami Rapidly Thirty 3hiys f but One Price for Everybody MISCELLANEOUS. 11 i: -OF 11 X Ii J ! M. GILLIGAN'S s ii o i: STOEE, A Fresh Consignment of i: , Shoes and Ladies' (Jaiters. THE L AT EST STYLES, EVERYTHING NEW --AKD- SIRKSD BOWS AT PtRCHASlBLE Ull'S. yxt to.Iolm fi. Fox's and trontlus the ttiite (Jupitoi Buihiing. Fall and Winter Millinery M IKNF.B (AimBKBTI Would respectfully inform the ladles or Carson and vicinity that they havecoa stuntly on hand elegant novelties in Full and Winter Millinery, at their ea tiibtlshment, sext t mn m ww swir, carsii STREET.