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MOBNING APPEAL
SATURDAY XOV. 18. ISSsi
PAPER BORROWERS.
In another column is an inter
view with a man who stopped
his Appeal because of the con
stant annoyance of having his
neighbors run in to borrow it
His complaint is a very common
one. Not long ago a gentleman
ordered a paper left at a neigh
bor's, saying that he would pay
for it regularly. He was willing
to pay for two papers in order
that he might read his own in
the morning unmolested by
somebody rushing in to borrow
it. When six pjpers are de
livered each week at a man's
door for i!5 cents, it would seem
odd that anyone would fail to
avail themselves of such cheap
ly purchased advantages, and
more curious still that a person
who wanted a paper badly
enough to walk several hundred
yards for it every morning would
begrudge the 25 cents which
would insure its delivery each
morning at his own house.
There never was a daily paper
ever published, no matter how
poorly printed, or how badly
edited, that was not worth 25
cents a week to anybody who
would subscribe for it, and there
never was a man who was an
habitual borrower of papers who
could draw five cents' worth of
profit out of the best paper in
the world, if he 'ead it every
morning. The next time a
paper borrower comes to your
door and has the assurance to
ask you to pay for his reading
matter, give him this issue of
the Appeal, or in case you have
mislaid it, tell him that you
have quit running an indppend
ent newspaper agency.
En Too Jluch of a Harry.
Davenport U now elected be
yond a doubt, and the sole Dem
ocrat on the Board of Capitol
Commissioners Mr. Adams
will positively have nothing to
say :tbout discharging the help
about the building. His first at
tempt to assume gubernatorial
authority was in diet? ting the
discharge of several of the most
trusted subordinates in the
building. He had heard that
Merrill was elected and immedi
ately mapped out a course of
action which he supposed Mer
rill would back him up in and
told the State officers in, a most
dictatorial way what he wanted
done, but was informed that it
might be more advisable to
wait for the returns. Since the
returns are in Mr. Adams is
more subdued, and the basket
in which he intended to drop
the official heads has been put
away in the closet.
Siys the San Francisco Alta :
Your Nevada man is no slouch
when it comes to scratching. In
a Stete casting from 16,000 to
18,000 votes, Cassidy, Democrat,
is elected Congressman by a ma
jority of about 1,180, and Leon
ard, Republican candidate for
Supreme Judge, has 700 major
ity. This is a difference of 1.
800 votes, . which is equal to a
difference of 100,000 in the
State of New York, and 3,S00
in the city of San Francisco.
JJeecher is being sued for not
publishing the second volume
of his "Life of Christ." A good
many people would claim th.it
a suit for damages would stick
if he had published' the second
volume. The interruption in
Beecher's literary labors may
be fairly taken as a providential
and paternal interference in be
half of the subject of the
memoirs. .
Old Baa Butler is now alluded
to as Benjamin, and since the
election no allusions are made to
his squi obliquity of vision." '
Governor Kinkead has fully
recovered from his late illness.
American Primers.
It is interesting to know the
wealth of our American aobil-
ity. It would be more interest
ing to know how the gentlemen
named acquired the wealth they
possess.
-The following is stated to be
a correct ' estimate of their
possessions :
Jay Gould $280,000,000
W. H. Vanderbilt... 260,000,000
Leland Stanford 100,000,000
James Flood 80,000,000
James G. Fair....... 40,000,000
J. W. Mackay 30,000,000
James Keene 10,000,000
C P. Huntington... 50,000,000
Charles Crocker 40,000,000
Mrs. Hopkins : 40,000,000
Russell Sagef. 40,000,000
Estate Tom Scott... 20,000,000
Cyrus W. Field 15,000,000
Samuel J. Tilden... 15,000,000
John V. Garrett.... 10,000,000
If you are hungry, read this
over again.
If you live in a dismal and
dingy tenament, sing it.
If you wear a ragged coat and
cannot buy a new one, clothe
yourself in these figures.
If your wifeand children want
the necessities of life ; if you are
compelled to see them slave
their whole lives ; if you hav'3
had no time to read, no timefer
enjoyment, for improvement,
then take this artieleand go and
beg of the men named in it for
charity.
And if they give it not V
Then, slave, keep them and
their splendid system in full
vigor and power by your vote at
the ballot-box. This is what
you are for. To be bought and
so!d like driven cattle on elec
tion diiy. Exchange.
Go to-day and examine new
stock of cloaks and dolmans at
M. Ct hn's.
HOTELS.
0RMSBY HOUSE.
t'ARSON CITY, XKV.
SHARP HF.OTHEUS, - Proprietors.
Tliis hotol is the nuitit pleasantly aiid cen
trally iotaiia in uie city, Demi? near tr.e prin
cipal business faoubes and the State Capitol.
The Culinary Department is under the man-
ao-einent ei experienced nc-auw, and no t xpcni-e
win be sjjared in euppiyiiit,- the table with the
best the market &ffrog. '
J. W. SHARP (forroer-y of the Revere
Housf, Sap;, Califoruiv), Uanm-jrer.
THE ORMSBY HOUSE
Is the headquarters for a'J the st.a,- lies
leaving; Canton.
Transient Rates $2, $-2 50 and $:t
Meals Ml cents e :h
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
C) CARSON & THIRD STS..
a
CARSON, - - - XKV.
qnms rAR-FA.MEi hotel
still lives and prospers under the
excellent management of its proprietor.
COMFORTABLE P.C0M & A GOOD TABLE
Provided for all the patrons.
OEOROi; Tl'FI.T.
Proprietor.
THE MULLEB HOUSE
I2STG-S
BY THE
Night, Week or Month
AT
I
Re38onab'e Prices.
THESE ACCOMMODATIONS ARE NOT
SURPASSED IN CARSON.
A well stocked bar attached to the
house. . - - -
n. jr. nuvi.r.,
oct24 Proprietor.
OR. MAYO A GREENLAW,
SURGEON DENTIST.
lit Office over Ravlfft Baak :
CARSON CITY. NEVADA.
OlBe Hours
S p. na.
From 9 a. m. to
AMUSEMENTS.
CARSON OPERA DOUSit
2 NIGHTS, ONLY 2
AHNODNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
Mr. W. R. Paiiner takes special pleasure
in announcing the first appearance
in this city of the
Palmer Dramatic Co.
MONDAY
Nove
veraber
TUESDAY, j 20 and 21
IN THE
Git EAT MODERN SUCCESSES
-THE
Lights O London
-AN'D Til E
AKKESVS DAUGHTER
Perfectly Cast. Gorgeously Mounted,
Brilliant Appointments, Orhrinal and
Characteristic Music, New ami Mnirmn-
cent Scene: y,paintd expressly for these
productions by imam 1. 1'orter. trout
original model and designs.
TUESDAY EVENING,
2:st -
Banker's Oaughter.
ADMISSION", - - ONE IJOLLAR
eB Secure your seats early. No extra
charge for reserved seai.s. liox Sheet
now open.
Dramatic and Musical !
MRS. IT. If. HOWE
A"
KHISTF.D BY THE HEMT
Dramatic and ?.!niea! talent of Caron,
will cive uti entertainment at the Car
son Opera House on
FRIDAY EVEX'G, NOV. 24.
AdmiNMtoit.
.Fifty Cent
ffis Boi Sheet llow open
charge for reserved seats.
o extra
UTUAL LiFE
INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
Assets....
.$94,702,957 92
corporation, organized in
is
for the purpose of insuring
lives, is conducted solely in the inter
est of its policy holders, to whom in
their collective capacity belong its en
tire assets. All the profits are divided
among them," and there are no stock
holders to control the Company, or to
fake any portion of its surplus.- The
Company long since actained, and
now holds, the foremost place among
Life Insurance Institutions of the world
The magnitude of its business j. roves
that it enjoys the confidence of the
people. Beyond and above all the lia-
bilitiestf computed by the New York
legal standard, It has a surplus fund ex
ceeding Twelve Millions of Dollars.
The Company has paid to its policy
holders :
Since its organization
S175.3G2.953 34
And duringtheyear'81 12.640.11 12
PEBBONS wishing to secure Legiti
mate and Safe Life Insurance at Lowest
Cost will find it to their advantage loin-
sure in the MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY OF NEW YOEK.
JS" For further particulars apply to
J. D- Kersey,
m'22 Aarent for Carson City, v.
ELECTION NOTICE.
N
OTICK IS IIEKEBV IrCX
. that on
Tuesday, tiie 2th Iay or No
vember, At the Curry Engine House, in Cnrsun
City, in the county of Ornisby, and at
the old Postoflice Building, In Empire
City, in the county of Ormsby. a soecial
election will be held for county officers,
to wit : ,
1 County Clerk. i
'-- t . i - .
Which election shall be opened not
later than 8 o'clock a. m., and shall con
tinue until 6 p. m. of the same day.
The ballots to be used at said election
shall be of good quality of white book
paper, ten inches lone by four and a
half inches in width. The names there
on printed shall be in bourgeois or
brevier capitals, the , designation of
office in brevier or nonpareil, and the
lorni of printing shall be on the- left
margin of the ballot.
Dated this ltl day at November, 1882.
M. D. HATCH,
Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners.
GROCERIES.
GEO. T. DAVIS
KEEPS IN STOCK
AND
W ILL SELL
-AT
Ijowest Hates
GENUINE UNCOVERED
DUPEE HAMS,
no. r
TUL Jk. O 331 3D iFi. 33 j
-IX-
KITSAND CANS,
DIAMOND "0'' TEA,
Coffw, Green, Roasted & (IroHnd,
t'HrTJSET RATCE
LUKCK AND BEEF TOVQUES,
ATMOnCJ
PLUM PUDDING,
CANNED SHTdM S,
3B2TL JSOG-3fL,
ALE, P O K T E It ,
AND A-
F U I. 1, t?4 T O C7 K
-OF-
WINES & LIQUORS,
INCLUDING
NEW, SWEET CIDER.
PLAN TAT I O N
AND OTHER
CHOICE BIIANDS
OF
CZGAHS.
Hazard's Crushed Indian.
ST A It OIL ETC. ETC
Has Standard Hay Sealen.
CORNEB 6TH AND CARSON STREETS
FOR TEN
To Make Room for Our Second Large Consignment mi
Fall arid Winter Goods.
We Have Concluded to Offer to the Public for the Next
Ten Days, Oar Entire Stock, comprising the Lot est Styles of
(DILdDTMIIMCB
MEN, BOYS
A FULL LINE OF
Hats. Caps. Eoots and
SfeS If you are locking for
call and examine goods and
A. I
Arline;to'- r?!ck.
MAIIKKTS.
STONE MARKET.
Opposite Arlington Hou-e.
mm
I ducts a first-class rnoiif market,
whore can lx had at ail timi-s th
choicest cuts of
BEEF, PORK,
MUTTON. VEAL,
LAMB, SAI SAGK, KU:
,"A11 orders lil!el with ilivj ati h.
OTTO T. SC1ICLZ.
JOHN ROSSER.
MEAT FOR ALL MANKIND
BEEF, MUTTON, SAUSACJK,
FANCY CUTS,
PltlME JIOASTS, TJ:NI)EII-
IX)INS, Ere,
Carwou Mt. krtwrfn 3d and 4th
TONSORIAI
s
H ITISG A X l HAIKCITTTIXG
AT
3IUIr:il-W OLD KTAND
VpiMnlic Capilol.
HAIR CRESSINS IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OF
THE ART.
Experienced workmen always on
hand. Hot and Cold Baths, tsliop opt Pi
from 7 a. m. to 9 p. in.
JOHN CUNHA
W hoi km am:
dealer in
AXI RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF WOOD
Also, Coal, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair
Itth, Dricketc., etc.- i
Br All orders promptly attended to
and delivered free of charge to any part
of t he city. A share of public patronage
solicited.
DAYS ONLY
FOR-
AND YOUTHS!
FURNISHING GOODS,
Shoes,
Trunks, etc., at Cost.
bargains in this line do not fdl to
prices before purchasing elewiiere.
iatiiin;.
Fall and Winter Campaign
KOPPEL & PL ATT
ARK-
CONSTAMTLY RECEIVING NEW INVOICES
or-
a o o n s
At. tho dirnrr of Cars.n smd Third Sis
opposite St. Clin: li s llo'H-
Now is tli
time to 'u;n.u' t l.fi
t-tock of
FALL & WINTER G03DS,
rnxstsTt.Nfj ik
MENS; YOUTH'S AND HOYS'
CLOTHING
Of (he hite.st and most ori't'ovcd ftylpr".
HATS, CAPS,
TRUNKS, VALISES, Etc.
ALFRED LIL1EMLB
(Successor to Frank Boskowilz.
CLOTHING!
Men's and Boy's Suits from
8.00 to $40.00.
Overcoats from $8.00 to
$50.00
Gents' Furnishinq Goods :
SHIRTS, DPAWERS.
COLLARS, CUFFS, NECKTIES,
GENTS' SHOES
OF ALL DKMI'KI PTIOXd.
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises.
No One Can Undersell Us in Oajgca
' - , u '
COUNTY BUILDING,
Corner Musser & Carson Sts
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