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2.:-. ,v r?!i w?. hn.t 'TED J. r CARSON CITY, NEVADA: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19. 1882. NO 215 VOL 20. d -i A TVAT- if 11 TV 1 ft IV! LP Ki MORNING APPEAL Published every morning (Mondays ex cepted) by S. P. DAVIS. " A Dally 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 $8 00 One copy, fix months, by mail op One copy, three months, by mall.... 2 CO Payments on subscription. In advance The Appfai. will be delivered-to the itlzens of Carson at S3 cents per week. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. CAPITAL CIGAR STORE COVHTT BIILDIXG, TELEGRAPHIC THE GREAT ELECTRICAL DISTURBANCE. SULLIVAN DOWNS ELEVEN TIMES UTE. NEVADA THE SCENE OF A NEW PLAY. Opposite Stat Oapitol JIJWT OPEtER WITH AJf eeptionably good stock of EX Cars, Tobacco. Pipes, Cutlery, And all kinds of Gentlemen's Smoking Paraphernalia MAX ARONSON. oct5 JACOB TOBRINER, WnOLW VII AID KKTAIL Tlf 1I.8R Hi Imported & Domestic Cigars, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. ARLINGTON CAUOSr CITY BLOCK, ...XETADA Q. A. DOWNEY, DEALER IK- HEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE, BEDDING, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, ETC. URGE STOCK OF BEDROOM SETS CROCKERY, Parlor & Cooking Stoves. . .. . -ill Mclllac Cnesper Ihau ny Uoaie is the State (Virginia not Kxerpted.) FIRST CLASS UPUOLSTEP.V AT . ; s ,, TENDED. TO. ' ! tail and examine. Stone Building opposite Mason's. ' TO THE FRONT AGAIN! BARON STANFORD'S NEW RAILROAD SCHEME. lOHX a. roX HAH WOW J hand a frrah assortment of OX Books, Music and Jewelry, GDRS A AKO liuoimoi AND PISTfllStTSHeloailijfToQh And everything in the sporting lion Tbe Eleetrle Storm. Chicago, Nov. 18. The officers of the Western Union Telegraph Company here say the electrical disturbances in this country yesterday were the most pronounced and widespread experienced for years, if, indeed, they have been paralleled in some respects at any time. An electric storm of the greatest vio lence raged in all the country from New York to points beyond Omaha, and from Kansas City north to the tor- minus of telegraphic communication, practically putting a stop to the tele graphic ssrvica over the entire ares.. It first began to be felt about 4 o'clock vesterday morning, ' and increased in intensity till 9:45. when communication from every direction was cut off. The electric storm seemed to go in successive negative and positive waves, alternately neutralizing the currents on the wires or increasing their intensity to such a degree as to burn evervtmng up. The switch-board here was on tire a dozen times during tbe forenoon, and half a dozen keys of instruments were melted by the current. Tbe duplex and quadruple wires were useless at noon. But a single wire of fifteen between this city and New iork was in operation, and it was frequently interrupted. Word -was received from Milwaukee that atmospheric electricity coming in on its wires from the country had such dynamic power a to suffice for keeping an electric lamp burning. All business at the office here was aciepted subject to delay. Even the Associated Press report was unavoidably delayed. London. rov. It A great magnetic storm is prevailina on the continent and throughout the United Kingdom, causing serious interruption to the telegraph. Chicago. Jsov. IS. Reports from Omaha state that the aurora was very brilliant at that point last r.ight, the illumination being almost as bright as ay. At at. 1'aul, Minn., it is reported that the heavens had a blood-red color, the display being grand and fearful. Tbe great storm extends as far west as Ogdeu and east to Boston. Cheyenne reports that the illumination there was as bright as day. Ine telegraph company devised a new trick to beat the aurora. When, on account of the great induction, it was impossible to work with r.ne wire, they discovered that by taking two wires from the ground between any two given points and joining their ends together, instead of the jsame being grounded, a circuit was formed that could be successfully worked. In tbis way eight wires be tween Chicago and Buffalo were made to do the service of four. All the long wires are broken up into short circuits, by which means New York and far western points are reached, Stanford' Pln. Sr. Lotis, Nov. IS. Leland Stan ford, President of the. Central Pcinc railroad, accompanied by Mrs. Stanford and their son, arrived here yesterday via the Southern Pacific. They are en route to New York, and left for Loui3 ville last night, where they will take the Chesapeake & Ohio road, of which Stanford will make an, examination as he passes oyer.it. Stanford, in a. brief interview just before leaving last night, said the line from Jvin rrancisco to New Orleans, via tbe Texas Snnset route, is practically finished, there being little more to be done, and trains will soon be running from the Pacific coast to New Orleans. He also looks for an eastern outlet in tbe future from New Orleans by ths Chesapeake & Ohio, and then they will have continuous rail from San FranciVco to New York under Pacific coast management, something which Stanford says he has promised the California people shall be done be fore a great while. ; . Nkw York. Nov. 18 Es Governor Stanford of California has leased Wil liam H. Vi derbilt's old residence on Fifth avenue, near Forty-third street, this Winter, at a rent of $1,000 a month. An evening caper says that Stanford will t-ignalize his a ivent by a series of brilliant receptions and enter tainment duriog the Wiuter. ' . Who DP This Hit ? New York, Nov. 18. The Herald't London special aayi : The Silver Kimj. Pa new melo-drama by-Messrs. Jones & villa!" as a mark of disapprobation of h s vill tny and approval of the excel. nee of the performance. At the eud Mr. Barrett asked whether the piece was a success. A load and anammoi shout of " Yes " was the reply. The author were then summoned before the curtain. Heavy Slacslnr Washington, Nov. 18. At a soft- ...... 1.--I..T-1 T MAN I 8love exhibition nere i&stnigactiouu u. Sullivan, the tfosMU cuampior, who MIN k.j rtin! tended anv man in Washinaton to stand up before him for four rounds, knocked Jordan Kensalaer down eleven times in one minute. At the last knockdown Kansalaer attempted to rise to his feet and face his opponent, when the police interfered and put stop to the contest. Rensalaer was a volunteer contestant and was severely punished, the blood spurting from his nose and faca when the contest was stopped The exhibition, which had been exten sively advertised, drew a large audience. The Figfct As!9t Fop. WaSHlJfCTdJr, Nov. 17. An evening paper says the Democrats, it is under, stood, will make a bitter fight in the Senate against tbe confirmation of Pope to be made Major General. The friends of Fitz-John Porter accuse Pope of instigating the overthrow of Porter, and thi, together with Pope's well known anti-Democratic principles, will, it is thought, combine til the Demo crats against him. He has, too, a few enemies in the Republican party, and it is said three Republican Senators will vote against him. completion of arrangements for his res toration to the throne. ... .An Astoria (Or.) dispatch says that yesterday, as the bark Penshaw was being towed outward, a sailor jumped overboard, and in trying to reach the shore was drowned. He was shipped by runners, who received his advance without supplying him with the necessary outfit, and he preferred death to going to sea. HOTELS. Miscellaneens. Redwood City. Cul.. Nov. 13. The impaneling of a jury ia Clarence Gray's ease was concluded last evening. This morniog the prosecution was opened by Mr. Thomas of Santa Barbara, who ex plained to the jury the manner in which the deceased was killed, and the circumstances attending - it. The defense then sLated the facts to the jury which they intended to prove. Dr. C. 15. Bites of Santa Uarbara was the tirst witness, and described the condition of deceased when shot, and stated that the shot tired bv Gray was the cause of his death. Opelika, Ala., Nov. 13. A eerious riot occurred here last night in which Jim Roberts, Charley Dix and Charley Griggs were wounded. Pistols and shotguns were used. The row lasted all night, and the destruction of show windows and lamps was considerable. It seems to have grown out of a general dislike for tlie city government. About a thousand shots were fired. 0RMSBY HOUSE. CARSON CITY, NEV. SHARP BROTHERS, . Proprietor?. This hotel la the meat pleuaatiy and cen trally located in the city, being- near the prin cipal business houses and the State Capitol. The Culinary Department Is under the mas affatneot af experienced beads, and no expense will be spared in supplying the table with the best tbe market affords. J. W. SHARP (formerly of tbe House, Napa, California), Mannager. Revere THE ORMSBY HOUSE for all tbe stage nee Is the headquarters leaving Carson. Transient Rates 92, t! 60 and S3 Ueals 50 cents each Washington, Nov, IS. The Bureau of Statistics reports the value of exports of domestic bread'stnffs during Octo ber, 1SS2, at S15.205.103. In the same mouth of 1SS1 the value was $14,839, 914. The total for the ten months endirz Ootober 31st. 1SS1, was $492, 292,532, against S149.737.96 for the lime period in 1S82. AS the leading Periodicals and kUgastaea of Cutlery, Fancy Articles, And a airtMat M almost ererytniii; to im eoocat lor asvacy. rat Washixgtox, Nov. 17. Henry Brooke, an aged colored man, who claims to have been a body servant of General George Washington, and who says he has voted for 37 Presidents, and never took a drink or uttered an oath in his life, went to the workhouse to day for three months for vagrancy. Cairo, Nov. 17. The evidence of Suleiman Daoud that Arabi Pasha or dered him to set fire to Alexandria and murder the Khedive is generally dis credited. Sultan Pasha denies meet, ing Suleiman Daoui on the way to Rira'.eh Palace ta murder ths Khedive. New York, Nov. 13. The fficia vote of the State is abaut completed. Cleveland's majority is 194,000. Cleve- land receives 536,500 votes and 342,300. Marifosa, Cal., Nov. 17. Philoso pher Pickett died at tbe Galiiaoa Hotel, in this town, last night, after aa illnes-t of two weeks. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, CARSON A THIRD STS.. CARSON, NEV. Till FAB-FAMED IIOTKI. still lives and prospers under the excellent management of its proprietor. COMFORTABLE ROOM & A G009 TABLE Provided for all the patrons. GEORGE TirFLT. Proprietor. fflo (DflDfflM AN ENTIBE NEW STOCK OF FMLL (000 DOLMANS, SATINS, DRESS GOODS, Blankets, Table Linen, Napkins, Ladies' Fancy Goods of the Very Latest Styles. CLOAKS, SILKS, VELVETS, THE MULLER HOUSE Gr X S3 -3Y THS- They Will Be Sold Cheaply and 'Rapidly For the Next Thirty Days v "grRecollect we have but One Price for Everybody Night, Week or Month AT Reasonable Prices. Turcr RrrnuunniTinu p c mm iikwc nuvvminwuni iwuw n a. n v SURPASSED IN CARSGJ. a won house. octH stoehed bar attached to the Proprietor. Fo'gcr TELEGRAPHIC JOTS. Herman, was produced at the Prince's Theater last night The three princi pal characters are " Wilfred Denver, " self-accnsed murderer, after ward known as the ' Silver King," who makes ao immense fortune in. the Nevada silver mines; "Nellie," his lng-uffring and faithful wife, and "Captain Skinner," known as "Spider," a, gentlemanly burglar. The home roundly biased tbe ....The Austrian consul at Tunis yesterday committed suicide by blow, ing out his braias. ....J. II. Keene's colt Fox hall has been put in a private sale list in Lon don. The amount asked is $35,000. ... .A Dublin dispatch aav : Patrick Caeey was found guilty of the murder of the Joyce family, nd has been sen teuced to bo banged Ddcember 17ch. ....There was a fearful explosion of dynamite yesterday iu Bury port, Lla nelly, Wales, which instantly: killed three girls and two men and wounded several others. ....A Constantinople dispatch re ports tiat lightning struck and explo ded the powder magazine in the for tresaat Schntari, dnin$ much damage, but causing no loss of life. .... A Paris dispatch says: A fire to day destroyed the Council buildings, the school and postofficeat Crozn, uear Guimpar. The teacher, and eight chil dren perished in the flames. .... Marcus K. Mayer, business man ager for Mr. Abbay, leaves Chicago to day for Sao Francisco to make arrange ments for the appearance there of Mrs. Licgtry and Madame Nilea?o. - ' . . . .The wholesale drug warehouse of Gilbert Bros. & Co. f Baltimore was burned yesterday. Sit young women on the fourth floor were rescued by the tiremen and brought down on ladders. .... Ia the House of Commons yes terday the Under Secretary of the Jol ouiea, ia answer to question, stated that Cetewayo was not a prisoner, but was staying at Oade Molen waiting the GE0R3E PERASICH, SAft FRANCISCO MARKET UUkoleaale and Retail Dealer In FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CONFECTIONS, Etc. ear The proprietor has on hand and Is daily receiving the choicest Fruits, Freshest Vegetables, Best of Confection ery, Cnoice Havana Cigars, Poultry, Ranch Eggs, etc. Store Opposite the Postofllce. RESTAURANTS. FRENCH RESTAURANT. OPPOSITE THE OPEBA HOUSE. Cpen AM Hours Daj and Night MISCELLANEOUS. R-OrD M. GILLIGAN'S STORE. CARSON CITY DRUG STORE, 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 the day or night, and drugs warranted pure. OEOKOK ssTeOOVALI.. B. F. P03TEB, Agent. ocll XT' VER VTH NERVED VP K1J in the best of style. Fresh Usti, Oysters, and all obtainable delicacies on hand. Private dining rooms for families and parties. Strict uttention to cleanliness in all departments. PASCAL. Proprietor. KAISER'S RESTAURANT, 12 CHOP HOI SE. Heals at All Hour or the ana Kicht. la Experienced Cook, 2ent Tables, and Separate Apartments lor Private Parties and Families. Oi k CI ISI1E IS I0T SCRriSSEI in the STATE ESTABLISHED IN 1852. L. P. FISHER'S NEWSPAPER Advertising Agency. NBts 30 and SI, Merebanta' la ensMiv California M, M. . A Freih Consignment of Boots, Siioes and Ladies' THE LATEST STYLES, EVERYTHING NEW AND liliKID DOHT AT Pl'KCHtSABlK MTl Xv.tt to John . Fox' anf fronting the tate Capitol Buildlnjr. ,- . Fall and Winter Millinery jyISSKS CAMMBKRTI Would respectfully inform the ladies Of Carson and viciuity that they bava con stantly on hand elegant novelties In Fall and Winter Millinery, at their en tablUhment, ieit ti ww m coom rtm, rmos STIUT.