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M 0 R N IN O APPEAL.
1 NO 227- CARSON CITY, NEVADA': TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5. 1882. i VOL. 20. CORNING APPEAL Published every rooming (Mondays ex cepted) by S. P. DAVIS. Daily Newspaper, devoted to Politics, General News and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the southern rfont of the State Capitol. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, by mail... $S 00 One copy, six months, by mail...... w One copy, three months, by mail.... 2 u Payments on subscription. In advance The Appeal will be delivered to the ..It izens of Carson at 85 cents per week. j RE-OPENED ! 1. GILLiGAN S SHOE STORE. A Frash Consignment cf Boots, Slices and ladies' t J'llIAt'C THE LATEST STYLES, EVERYTHING NEW ANP- IRUB D9K.1 AT PTSCfllSlBLE HUES. Next to John O. Fox's and fronting tU; zuite Capitol Building. '3 THE FRO 1ST Mim tOIIV . FOX H1SXOW ON 1 hand a fresh assortment ol BoaLs, Masic and Jeivelry, u D N S & AXD AND flSTGLSa BelcadiujTcsls everything in the sporting Use Ail. the Ietdic; PerioiicaU mod Mayiancs of Cutlery, Fancy Article?, And m ranrI sseortmi'nt of ahnost everything ttmictn be bfMiirnt tr nsaary. ftS Fall and Winter Millinery M IftSKS CAI.IJWBERTI "Would respectfully Inform the ladies o Carson and vioiuity that they have con stantly on hand elegant novelties in Fall and Winter MHHnery, at therr es toblUhment, ' kit it coin m wms stoke, mm mm T ELEGRAPIIIC A DESPERADO KILLED IN CHICAGO. LANGTRY BOOM ABAT ING. TEXAS CATTLE THIEVES STRUNG UP. i - THE FORTHCOMING PRIZE FIGHT. - A 3ewperad KUIrt. Chicago, ' December 4. The police were notified this after noon that Bill Allen, the negro desperado who shot and killed policeman Clarence Wright on Wednesday, was in hiding in the rear of 134 North Halsted street. A squad of police was ordered out to capture him, with the understanding that he roust be taken dead or alive dead preferred. Policeman Mulhin illy, in that neighborhood, heard of Allen's whereabouts about the same time, and proceeded to the place alone, shortly in advance of the squad. He was' met at the door by Allen, who fired, the ball taking effect in the police man's forehead, but glancing around under the scalp. He was stunned, but returned the fire. Allen ran out and dodged among the freight cars, pursued by the squad of police and a great crowd of citizen., who came up about that time. Al len finally hid in a hen coop, into which the. olioe fired a number of shots and-, it is be lieved, wounded him. He came out, throw up his hands, and offered to surrender, but the1 police, infuriated at the death of thpir comrade and the at tempted killing of another, re fused to listen to his plea, and he fell, completely riddled with bullet?. The body was taken to the police station, where it was viewed by a large crowd during the evening. A Wonderful Escape. Philadelphia, December 4. A recaptured deserter cf the army, handcuffed and chained to an iion bedstead with a thick, heavy chain, escaped from the third story of a tinkling at the corner of Twentieth and Market streets on Friday evening. The fugitive carried the large bed stead with him and reached the ground in two leaps of fourteen and twenty, feet. No trace of him has been found. The bed stead and fetters have also dis appeared. The name of the deserter i.s C?ndy Boyle, whose residence is at Alleustown. He showed great skill and daring in planning his escape. He had a wooden wall eleven feet high to climb after his jumps, some thing that few men would have been able to do unencumbered. Cattle Embezzler Lynched. Dallas, Tex., Dec. 4. A gang of desperadoes have been stealing cattle and committing other depredations in the neighborhood of Comanche for some time past. One was caught and hanged near Cleman last week. Another was caught at Leipo Springs and strung up, and now word comes that two more of the outlaws, named Terry, were forcibly taken from the officers on Friday- night at Hazeldeil, and left dangling to a neighbering tree. It is be lieved that these lynchings have broken up the gang. - The Allea-Elllott Mill. Chicago, Dec. 4. Charles E. Davis, manager of Sporting Eeent, yesterday deposited $250 with McDonald as a for feit in the match for $2,000 a side, which Davis is anxious to make between James Elliott and Tom Allen. The latter and his backers are now in New York, and the money put up by Davies has been left with a view of having the Allen party send a representation here to submit articles of agreement and arrange other preliminaries for the fight. Langtry Finds Her Level. New York, Dec. 4. There is considerable gwssip about the eause of the quarrel a nd separa tion betweea Mrs. Langtry and Mrs. Labouchere, her ehaperone. It is rumored that the latter objected to the Jersey Lily flirt ing on the stage with the oc cupants of the boxes at Wat lack's theater, and expostulated because she visited the boxes between the acts. It is said that the Langtry is greatly dis appointed at the reception ac cord her by the New York press. No wonder, for the treatment she has had at the hands of the press has been something unique in her experience. The fact is, most of the English papers hav ing the fear of the Prince" of Wales and the best society be fore their eyes, toadied in the humblest fashion to the stage struck Langtry and dared not express their honest opinions. We know there wis not an honest-speaking English press, for thov admit it themselves. They, are printing at length the adverse criticisms of the Am?r- glad that the Americans are dis posed to talk out plainly and say in effect that there is substan tial truth in their merciless con demnation of her acting. One cannot but admire the courage with which Mrs, Langtry smil ingly faces her daily toil, not withstanding the criticisms that seem almost bitter in their se- veritv. She has not been able to devote time to society, and it is te be learned that the so- called best society of New York has not extended her any social recognition whatever. Mr. Ab bott was s-sked last night if he was satisfied with the results of Langtry's playing, and replied : "I should thiuk I tmght to be. Mr-3. Langtry has played what I believe to be the largest engagement ever played by a theatrical star in this country. Bernhardt took in more money. The total receipts for her week amounted to $80,453, while Mrs. Langtry's amounted to $61,803. But Bernhardt played in Booth's theater, which is more than a third larger than Wallack's, and her prices were a third higher." Jl 1 11 i TiiKaulli, Planar, Gas Fitter -AND G EN Eli A L WORKER, Having established himself in business will attend to all orders promptly. No exorbitant charges for work, iny motto being '-Live and Let i-ave." BE,Sbop a few doors South of Opera House. . CIGARS AND TOBACCO. CAPITAL CIGAR STORE, COCJCTT Bl'ItDISe, Opposite State Capitol ITST OPENED WITH AN EX- I ceptionably good stock of Cigars, Tobacco. Fipcs, Cutlery, And all kinds of &ntlemen'a Smoking Paraphernalia MAX ARONSON. oct5 JACOB TOBRINER, WUOLESALB AX3 RETAIL DEALS. T IN Imported & Domestic Cigars, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. ARLINGTON CLOCK, CARSOV CITV XEVABA CARSON CITY WRU STORE, OPPOSITE STATS CAPITOL- DRUGS, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, PATENT MEDICINES, EXTRACTS, SOARS. BRUSHES, FACE POWDERS, COMBS, And a FnP Line of Fancy Goods. Proscriptions carefully rompoU'iiIed it all hours of the day or niijht, and drills warranted pure. IIcIH'A.I.. B. F. FOSTER, Asi'nt. ocll 1IYIOMIY! KING STltEKT. , COMPLETE f.NTAli; LIS li st k ar t. ALL KINDS OF ORAOTCERS : ttoda. Matter, Boston, Pilot. Wine, Picnic. Jenny Mnd, Cilnser Snap. Bread, Met. Cake. 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