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APPEA J. CARSON CITY, NEVADA: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30. 1882. VOL 20. NO 224 CORNING APPEAL Published every morning (Mondays ex cepted) by S. P. DAVIS. A Daily Newspaper, tlcvoted to Polities, General News and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the soutnern rroiu ot trie Slate C'apuoi TELEGRAPHIC FOLGER'S HEAD WANTED AT THE BLOCK. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, by mail $S 01 Cue copy, six months, by mail 4 of) One copy, three months, by mail-.. 2 00 Payments on subscription, in advance The Ai-peal will be delivered to the citizen of Carson at S3 cents per week. TELKORAFHIC JO!. ....Many Socialists are being ar rested in Spain. ....The arrangement lor a Cotton Exposition at Louisville, Ky., in 1883 ire progressing. After December 1 the Uniin Pacific railroad will be open for business to Los Angeles. ....General Anderson llerron. Con-trresHuiar.-eltct from the Sixth District of Louisiana, died very suddenly last Monday night of heart disease. ....John Mueller, a Pittsburg (Pa.) s.-.looB-keeper, tnt his wife's throat and then his own with a raz;rLwt even ing. The cause is supposed to be Jealousy. The trial of II. Porter Lae, late I'refci lent of the First National Ba.uk at B iffalo, for embezzlement, resulted yesterday ia a sentence of 10 years' im i moment. . ...Mifl M.y Crittorul :o, niece of Mrs. Mart rlop&ius, was married to Tttnot;y Hopkins, adopted son of the late Mark Ilpkin, of San Francisco, in iTew Vork lis; night. ....Patsr IIuut: aad wif a (tar mac couple ad abr.ut 6 yjars, uiert yesterday at B-a'.rice, NeK. from the fffrtcU nf coal gw wU:c!i !nd e-eaped from a stove during the n:h. ....Ia Pam yesi"rday Da Lasseps, vceivicjf dsleacei from f.e Kuqlish traiies unions now in Franc, declared t':at he was cnafirleat that the Panama rm;d would be tiuifhad by 1SSS. . The official vote on ConresMnsn in Wisconsin c'ves the Democrats IfXJj 343, the Kepu'vlicans 94 652 and the Pro n:b:t'onisf3 14,116. Democratic plu--ality. S,S'J4. The Kspnblicvi plurality list ye?r waa 1 l,Jo7. . . . .Coiaraissirsner Rmm's internal revenue report shows that the net re cti iiis fjr the fiscal 3'ear lSl-S'-J were i33 Si4,000, of which dis'illed sprits furnished $67,000, 0(X), tobacco ?-7, -000.000, and fermented liquors $16, 1X10,000. Illinois paid 20 ptr cvst. of the whole revenue. Kev. Mr. Rockwell, who pre sented h.mself as an ajrent of Harper Brothers, was convicted yesterday in the United States lUstrict Court at C'mal.a, of usw.-i; the miiis with intent todifraud. He obtained sub'criptinns to tanks and publications v hich he neve? s-'ct. ....Ia New York last night t!i9 Academy fif Music was crowded wiMi people o:i the occasion of a piibre meet ing to pramote tnbscriptiona for the peie-tal of the Bartholdi Sta'.ue of Liberty froveriKr Corfceli, General Hancock and many other notables were preseun on tns platform. ....Sullivan, the pugilist, unexpect cdiy appeared at Tom Allen's beaefi in New York on Monds-y night, and made a spech amid loud applui-e. He said h3 would always hs ready to rjivf cue-third of the gate money toany rnan who stood up against him for four KANSAS PROHIBITIONISTS STILL HOPEFUL. GILT-EDGE SCANDAL ST. LOUIS. IN Corrgresses to provide for an impxr- tial national commission of inquiry con cerning the alcoholic liquor traffic and its relations to the public welfare. THE CUPvFEW BELL RING- ING IN IRELAND. The Louisiana I. lection. New Orleans, Nov. 28. Returns from the Third Congressional District were finally computed to-day. The Slate canvassers threw out Assumption and St. Miry 'a parishes on the ground of. informality in the returns. The former pave Kellogg 1,130 majority, and the latter 1.S91 majority, leaving him still about 2.000 majority. Gov ernor Mci,nery reinsea to issue a cer tificate to Kellot: on the pronnd of non-residence in the dHtn.'t or Stats?, and granted him until M jcd-ty to sub mit a brief acd evideuce. K1jo.2jj has prepared a statement showing that he came to the State in the Spring of 1S(5; that he W33 the fixth man registered uniW the military reconstruction of 1S7S, in the parish of Orleans, and that he has since constantly registered and voted in the State. r.mods. He goes to Chicago to tight Elliott. At ArksdelphU, Ark., Sallie St'.lie9 is undergoing her seuoud (rial lor the murder of Malinda Steveus in April, 1880. The young women were intimate friends. Thesisttr of Maiinda says Sallie gosHiped about Maiinda. and .M.uiaia tried to pull Sillie off her tiorse, when Sailie jumped olf and SUblted Muliuda, severing the jugular rein. Francis A. Wardell, Special Agent of the Pension Department, is wanted at Detroit on a warrant charging him with forgicg the name of Samuel Post, Pen sion Agent there, to four notes of about $1,00!). ardell is, one of the shrewdest detectives in the service, but it isstated that he has been in the habit lately of getticg on sprees and consorting with notorious women. ....By direction of the President the military post on the south aida of he Golden Gate entrance to the Bay of Sn Francisco, known as Fort Point, will hereafter be known as Winfield Soot", and the military post at Black Point, San Francisco harbor, now known as Fort San Jose, will be called 7ort Mason, in honor of the late Gen eral Mason, the Military Governor of Calforaia. A Topeka (Ks.) dispatch says: SlienS Brush and Deputy Sheriff Miller ver4 shot yesterday and wounded while attempting to serve warrants on Chrls Williams and John Cook. Cook u charged with hore stealing, hog Ktealiaz and hous breaking in Iowa sad Illinois. They ars said to bo desperate characters. Both escaped, stole three horses and fled. ....Bigelow, the defaulting bank j cuhier, was tsken into court in Wash ington veterday and placed on a !xiag. Us was unable to stand, and was very weak and pale. The clerk told him the various counts in tbe in dictment. Ua pleaded not guilty, and being placed ia his carriage was again confronted by a detective with au ad ditional charge of embezzlement and gain taken to the court-room. He gave , bail and returned horn. His physicians far that the expo?un will cause Bige low's death. I Itepubli.m Ret renoJuiien t. Washington, Nov. 21'. It will be the policy of some Republican member of tiie Appropriation Committee to cut down every estimate to the lowest point and eiv3 the Democrat enough of retrenchment. There will be a se rious opposition to a $4,000,000 appro priation for the completion of the mon itors. Iu fact they propose to reduce the appropriation so low that it will be impossible for the Democrats to re trench as they did four years ago with out crippling the covernment. There will a'si be an endeavor to rcninve the internal revenue oa tobacco, leaving it only oa whisky; to enact likewise a broad, simple civil service statute, and attach stringent penalties to the assess-ment plan; to allow the Demo crats to confute themselves with the tariff and softie the electoral count question aud tiuIly to adjourn speedily. 4ininii ia Chicago. Chicago, Nov. '20. The local papers are calling the attention of Myor Harrison to the fact that a lirga num ber of gambling hells are running in the city. The names of the peaces and the numbers are given with great circum stantiality, but the Mayor professes to kno'sv nothing of any such illegal places. . There is universal pr use for the Police Superintendent for his raid on the Hawkins gambling dsn, aud he ia urged to eradicate the whole- unlaw: ful nest. The law prohibiting the sale of lottery tickets has become a dead let ter here, as tiie business is being open ly conducted and freely advertised by circalars and signs. Sime of the men in the business frankly confers that they pay large sums for illegal protection. miscellaneous. IIichmond, Va., Nov. 29 The State Board of Canvassers threw out the vote of Gloucester county and gave a certifi cate of election to" Mayo (Coalition). The Concress delegation stands six Co alition, four Democrats. Notices of contest have been given. Manhattan, Kas., Nov. 29. The Executive committee of the State Tem perance Society in a circular claims that the recent election was not an indica tion of the feeling on the temperance icbue. It holds that there are 100,000 of the 183,000 votes in the the State for Prohibition. Montpelier, Nov. 29. The bill making the enforcement of the liquor law mora stringent was killed in the , Senate aud the Legislature adjourned sine (Up. New York, Nov. 29. Frederick Wagner of this city has been missing since August 31. He left for Call fornia then on a business trip. After leaving Kansas City all trace of him was lost. It is supposed that he became suddenly deranged and is at present in some asylum. Omaha, Nov. 29. The high license works well. The saloons are reduced in the city from 120 to 93. The deal ers themselves are practically a con stabulary to expose non-licensed vend ors. In the State the saloons are rednced two-thirds in number, CIGARS AND TOBACCO. CAPITAL CIGAR STORE, Opposite State Capitol J 1ST OPKHEO WITH AS ceptionably good stock of EX. Cigars, Tobaec, Pipes, Cutlery, High Life .eandal. St. Louis, Nov. 29. Last night Frank T. Inglehart, a highly-connected young man, left a house of as ;iguation with a woman closely veiled. Rush Tevis and a companion, who had been lying in'-wait, 'fir ad at Inglehart, but only slightly wounded, him. Tevis escaped. It is supposed that the woman was Tevis's wife. Much scandal has been caused by the affair. Mrs. Tevis is a niece of General Sherman. Her fa'.her is a Colonel in the army. Mr. and Mrs. Tevi have separated to day, he ; taking their only, child. Divorca proceedings have beeu commenced. A ("rank Star azcr. Phei.ps, N. Y., Nov. 2S. Professor Brooks, of the Rsd House Observatory, on behalf of astroaomical sciencs and astronuMer3,ak8 that prayers b offered on Sunday next in all the churches for fair wear.her on the Gin. of Dt-cember next, the date of the transit of Venus. The solution of the sublimest problem known to science is to be attempted on that occasion, an opportunity for which will not occur again for 122 years. Mil lions of dollars and month i of valuable time have been expended in preparation for the great event. t'orninst Folder. New York, Nov, 29. The Sun's Washington special says of Folger: He is not in accord with m at of the officials whosurrousid the Presideut. They do not besitatr to say publicly that he is not a good Secretary of the Treasury, while thosi of them who are politicians cannot stand his hesitancy about doiog what they think oughc to be done in the way of making removals and ap pointments. Temperance New York, Nor. 27. The Board of managara of the National Temperance Society yesterday adopted a resolution urging the prompt passage by the House of Representatives of the pending Sen ate bill pas ted by the Senate of four The Cnrfew Bell in Ireland. Dublin, Nov. 2S. The meeting of the Privy Council to-day was the most protracted held by that body since the Fenian scare in 1S67. The Lord Lieu tenant presided. It wns resolved to proclaim Dublin n dcr the operation of the curfew ttctioa of the Repression Act, which authorizes the police to ar rest all suspicious persons found on the streets between au hour after sunset and an hour before sunris The procla mation also agrees to offering a reward of 5,000 for information leading to the apprehension and conviction of Field's assailants, with tbe iit-uil pro visions of pardon and protection to in formers. The proclamation has been posted. It states that the powers granted by the curfew law will be used only against 'persons believed to be en a,ed in criminal designs. In conse quence of the assault upon juror Field, at the special jurors' request, the gov ernment will try ju:iel pn&onon; without juries, The funeral of Detective Cox, who was murdered last Saturday night, was held to day and excited great interest. Traffic in the streets was suspended during the' passing of the cortege, which included several hundred con stables aud twenty carriages containing citizens. Two more persons have been arrested on suspicion of complicity in the murder. Both men were impris oned umler the Coercion Act in connec tion with the murder of Kenny in Se ville Place, anil the police attach great importance to their capture. Dublin, Nov. 29. Poole, one of the men arrested yesterday in connection with tiie murder of Detective Cox, stated in the investigation to day that he had nothing to do with the murder. He spi.i that he believed the object of the men who assembled on Saturday night was to murder himpelf. Devine was an enemy of his. He did not know Dolan, the man who shut Cox. Poole and Devine were committed for trial. The other prisoners were discharged. London, Nov. 29. The Thn'-t in a leading article, commenting on tbe speech of Davitt at Navan, says it is inconsistent with sane government to allow fanatic , however sincere, to brandish torches in a powder magazine. And all kinds of Gentlemen's Smoking Paraphernalia MAX ARONSON. OPt5 JACOB T 0 B R I H E R. WHOLESALE AV1 RETAIL PRAMJl IS Imported & Domestic Cigars, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. Ml, (DODIRW. AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF FMA see OS, ARLINGTON BLOCK, CAKSOX t'lTV XEVAD1 CLOAKS, SILKS, VELVETS, DOLMANS, SATINS, DRESS GOODS, Blankets, Table Linen, Napkins, Ladies' Fancy Goods of the Very Liisst Styles. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK. They Will Be Sold Cheaply and RapMly the Thirl v O'avs Assets. ...$01,702,a7 Recollect wo have but One Price for I'vcryhody RESTAURANTS. FflEHCH RESTAURANT, M:'SC LLLANEOl'S. It E -O? E Jr. 1 ! CARSON CITY DRIJU STOKE, OPPOSITE STATE CAPITOL, DRUGS, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, PATENT MEDICINES, EXTRACTS, SOAPS, BRUSHES, FACE POWDERS, COMBS, And a Fnll Line of Fancy Goods. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours of tbe day or night, and drugs warranted pure. OGOB6E HcOOFALI.. B. F. F09TBB, Xgoat. OcM 1 IH corporation, orsnuizod in H43 for the purpose of injuring 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 take any portion of its surplus. The Company long since attained, and new hold-i, the foremost place among; Life Insurance Institutions of the world The magnitude of its business proves that it enjoys the confidence of the people. Beyond and above all the lia bilities, 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 : Binet! itsorgaliization 175.3fi.9.3 34 And duringtheyear'rit 12.040,1 1 12 PERSONS wishing to secure Legiti mate and Safe Life Insurance at Lowest Cost will find it to their advantage to In sure in the MUTUAL LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. r For further particulars apply to J. D. Kersey, mil Agent for Carson City, Sev. OPPOSITE THE OPKRA HOUSE. miJH Open Al." Hsurs Day and Night BAKERY XVERYTianr kf,hvf. it U in the best of style. Fresh Fish, Oysters, and all obtainable delicacies oa hand. Private dining rooms for families and parties. Strict attention to cleanliness iu all departments, PAH OA 1. Proprietor. KAISER'S RESTACR.4NT, M. GILLIGAN'S S JrL O Til STOKE. OYSTER -AND - 'CHOP HOl'MK 3feal ml All Hour of tke and Kiht. Day KING STREET. COMPIiKTK KttT.tBl.IMif MKJTT. ALL KINDS OF OR A.CTCJERS : ttoda. Butter, Hotoa, Pilot. Wine, Plesile. Jenay Und, Criaicer Maapa, Bread. le, Cake. Kt Experienced Cooks, Neat Tables, and Separate Apartments for Private Parties and Famlliev. OIRCI ISHE IS10T SLUriSSEB ia the STATE ESTABLISHED IN 1852. L. P. FISHER'S NEWSPAPER Advertising igency. MM 29 a1 31. Sterol Ea , laliroraia . . F. A Fresh Consignment of Boots, Shoes anil ladies' Gaiters. THE LATEST STYLES. EVERYTHING NW ANI- XlRall 10H1 AT rT&CHmiJLt: Next to John ft. Fox's imd fronting the t tate Capitol Building. Fall and Winter Millinery ISK CAMMBKE II Would respectfully Inform the ladis o Carson and vicinity thai they have eon. stantly on hand elegant novelties in Fall and Winter Milliner, at their tablishmeut, mi to com m coots stoik, carsos SHEET.