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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3. 1877 THE HAYES BOLTERS IN NEW YORK. Encouraged thereto by the example of their illustrious chief, Rutherford the Bland, the minority (one fourth) of the delegates the late Republican Convention at Rochester, instead of submitting to the verdict of the Convention, have signified their intention of bolting its action and holding an administra tion revival meeting at Cooper's Institute. This was to be expected. The quality of bolt ing is not strained; nor is the purpose of the political malcontent stayed by any restraining sense of loyalty. Hayes having turned his back upon his party and made his bed with its critics and enemies, lie has justified them in assuming to lead the part and dictate his course. Hayes's' personal course his selec tion of a Cabinet and advisers and his con spicuous disregard of all the old and tried and trusted leaders of the party was a direct insult to "the Conklings, the Camerons and the Mortons." Hayes threw the first stone. He has kept on, heaping humiliation upon the chief men of the party. He has put the most desrradinr conditions upon the men whom Grant put into the national civil service. Conkling has shown his self respect by resent ing Hayes's impertinent, wanton insults. What is party that it should demand any man's personal disgrace ? What the Pres ident that he should spit upon the Radicals and be lauded for his pusillanimity ? If Re publicanism be not a distinct holding of es sential principles, the party organized in its name is an impertinence. Hayes says that there is no legitimate Republican party, save in the North, and that they who hold office under it shall be political eunuchs or political corpses, so far as he can make them such. And he is counseled to this course by a set of men who, five years ago were banded together to destroy the Republican party. As well claim that the surrender of his United States soldiers by Colonel Twiggs, in Texas, at the outset of the war, deprived the men and officers of his command of all light of dissent from his treason as to deny to Conk ling the right of resenting the pointed slights thrust at him and his friends by Hayes and his council of malisniants. GRANT IN SCOTLAND. THE LATE SENATOR BOGY. We find'the following interesting account of the life and character of the late United States Senator Bogy in the Pioche Record of September 29: The late Senator Louis Victor Bogy of Missouri was one of the most enter prising citizens of that State, and did more to develop the great mineral wealth of Mis souri than all the inhabitants of that State put together. The Senator did Ins utmost to keep the working of the mines under the control of Missourians; but do what he could and offer all the inducements possible, he was unable to get the wealthy, old French fogy population of St. Louis to embark in the en terprise; so finally, becoming disgusted, he sent his son, Joseph Bogy, to Chicago to ob tain capital for the working of the same, and after an absence of four days his son returned and reported he had secured the necessary means for that purpose, and to-day the min eral wealth of the State is controlled by cap ital outside of its lines. Colonel Bogy at one time was sole owner of the famous Iron Moun tain of Missouri, the ore of which steamboats used to convey to Pittsburg ; there it was manufactured into various articles and then returned direct back to Missouri to be sold, and not until the " detested Yankees" took control of this mountain of iron was it manu factured into articles within the borders of the State. During the time of slavery, and although a firm believer in the doctrine, Col. Bogy was indeed ever the friend of the poor slaves, and we remember on one occasion, when a wealthy and respected citizen of St. Louis was about to, ship a young girl, whose skin disclosed the fact that the blood in her veins was about one-eighth African, down to the Gulf States for the simple reason that she bore too marked a resemblance to her unnat ural father, and upon Colonel Bogy learning that the girl had been placed in the slave pen, at that time known in St. Louis as the "Bull's Eye," and ordered sent South, he went to her father and swore, by air that was both good and bad, that if she was shipped from St, Louis and sold he would prosecute him to the full extent of the law, for the girl was a free girl. The girl was taken from the pen, but not till the fiend who had charge of it had com mitted rape upon her. The Colonel was very democratic, and on receiving a letter from a nephew of his in New York, stating that he had traced hi ancestors on his father's side and found that they all possessd good blood, and as he desired having printed a pamphlet of his ancestors, he would like for his uncle to furnish kirn some facts concerning his ances tors on his mother's side, as he knew they contained the very best blood in their veins. The old Colonel wrote his blooded nephew a very affectionate letter informing him that he thought that his (nephew's) mother was a rtlescendent of such people as those who first inhabted America such as convicts and bas tardsand that he would advise him not to -publish it. It is hardly necessary to inform -the reader that the pamphlet tracing that young man's ancestors never made its appear ance in print. General Grant's every step, every act and every utterance justifies our estimate of him as the greatest, soundest largest minded American and the fittest man to stand at the head of our affairs. The Chicago Tribune's Glasgow correspondent, describing the Gen eral's reception in that city says : "The most enthusiastic reception was given him in Glas gow. At this banquet the lord provost an nounced that there were no reporters present in order that everybody could feel perfectly free in speaking, and General Grant, on this account probably, made the longest speech of his life, and the lord provost was finally, at the end of the feast, persuaded to yield his position against newspaper enterprise. The speech of General Grant was brought about by the speech of Mr. Anderson, member of parliament, wherein he charged that the United States had gained a victory over Great Britain in the creation of the Geneva arbit ration, and in view of this, and the fact that the United States had completed the disril in tion of the award and had some 8, 000, (XX) left after all claims had been satisfied, he would be pleased to see the government return that amount in the interest of concord and thorough amity. This was said in a half earnest, half joking way, but wa3 met with cries of " Hear, hear," all along the table. General Grant in reply said: "I had a great deal to do with the negotiations concerning the Washington treaty, and had always felt that our government had yielded to much to Great Britain in that matter. I was de termined from the first, if possible, the ex periment of peaceful arbitration should pre vail, and though I may not live to see the general settlement of national disputes by arbitration, it will not be many years before that system of settlement will be adopted, and the immense standing armies that are depressing Europe by their great expense will be disbanded, and the arts of war almost forgotten in the general devotion of the peo ple to the development of peaceful industries. I want to see, and I believe I will, Great Britain, the United States and Canada joined with a common purpose in the advance of civilization an invincible community of the English-speaking nations that all the world beside could not conquer. There was one point in connection with that matter which I was glad was yielded, and that was the in direct damage claim. I was always opposed to it, becauee I feared the future consequen ces of such a demand, as in any future arbi tration we wouid have been placed at a great disadvantage by its allowance. After that was settled we made our other demands and you made yours. It was a long time before the joint high commision came together, but both sides yielded, until about as good a treaty as we could expect to get was com pleted. We yielded more than we intended to yield, but had got so far into the business of doing what we advocated that nine tenths of our people had no desire to recede. We did not want war, or even a new arbitration. We had been satisfied with the former, and the latter meant delay. We wanted the question settled peacefully, at once and for ever." General Grant explained as to the 3,000,000 surplus, and said: "Congress will legislate further in the matter, and the money will be distributed to the rightful claimants, so that it will not be necessary to discuss the question of returning it to Great Britain." The speech was loudly applauded, and by no one more than Mr. Anderson. Cassius M. Clay Kills a Max. Cassius M. Clav. the distinguished belligerent of Kentucky, ex-Minister to the Russian Court etc., has just killed a man. The victim's name was Perry White. The verdict of the Coroner's jury says : " We are constrained to justify said Clay, and believe that he did it in self-defense." No particulars accompany the telegram as to how the killing was brought about. It is understood that White attacked Clay because of his mother's dismissal from Clay's service. The municipal election in Hartford, Con necticut, has resulted in the success of the Democracy. Charges of extensive frauds in several wards are made. The vote in the State on the two Constitutional amendments was light, but both are probably carried. The first prohibited extra compensation to public officers, and the second prohibited town aid to railroads. MARRIED. In Carson City, October 2, 1877, by Rev. I. II. W West, at the residence of the bride's aunt Mrs. Katie Bailey, Mr. w imam Lynch to Miss Susie Balie. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CARSON THEATER ONE NIGHT ONLY ! MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1877. fTIHR AILVOHANHNS, (SWISS BELL I Rinirers and Grand Tvrolese Troupe, with Ladie9' and Gents' Silver Orchestral Band, presenting a new and novel programme, besides the old favorites. FRENC DeLKAN DODXEY, The only living Turkish artist in America. Also MISS NAM BACH, The German Song stress, and a company of Metropolitan Artists. Admission 75 cents and One DolUr According to location. Seats now on sale at the Theater. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. riin k regular annual, meeting of the Stockholders of the Carson City Savings Bank will be held at the office of the Bank, on the FIFTH (5th) DAY OF NOVEMBER, IS?", at 1 o'clock p. M. of that day. octltd GEO. B. HILL, Cashier. jyjo ORE FRIDAY, & PARKER'S HALT. ON OCT. 5, 1877. GIVEN BY SPAROOS STHI.VO DAXD. TICKETS SI. 30 Admitting; gentleman and ladies. To be had at Fox'. Bookstore and at Theater Saloon. CARSON THEATER. ONE NIGHT ONLY! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1877. COMING! THE GREAT SLNSATION! lVew Orleans Minstrels AND Metropolitan Brass Band ! ITNDKR THE MANAGEMENT OP H. J. J SARGENT, late proprietor of the National Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio: Sargent's Atheneum, Columbus, Onio; Manager for Dion Boucicault, Robert Heller, Sargeut's Comedy Company and Boucicault s Comedy Company. 20 Star Performers! 20 A Versatile, Sensational and Humorous Programme? Everything New and Brimfull of Fun? This Company does not put any Paper on the Walls. See Newspapers and Programmes. Where our stay is extend ed beyond on night, there will be an entire change of programme. ADMISSION SO Cents and $1.00 Seats secured at the Box Office without extra charge. Doors open at 7 o'clock ; performance commences at 8 o'clock, sharp. C. F. MICK. ELL, Advance Agant. SPECIAL NOTICE. QN ACCOUNT OF SPECIAL REASONS We are Selling- Oat at Cost. Our TTre tlx 3 Stocli. MUST BE SOLD IN 90 DAYS! It requires only a call to be convinced that we are selling goods cheaper than any firm in Carson City. Following are some of our special prUvs: DOMESTIC GINGHAMS 8 yards for $1 LONSDALE ML'SLIN 8 yards for ffi WHITEROCK MUSLIN 8 yardi fur 91 GRASSCLOTU 8 yards for $1 CANTON FLANNELS 8 yards for SI And All Goods Accordingly, MASON & CO., IN CORBETT BLOCK, NORTH CARSON S7RKT, CARSON CITY, nfcVADA. y 1IOLESALE ASit RETAIL DEALEKS IN onooTijn.iin8? Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Canned Fruits, Butter, Lard, Grain, Coal Oil AND ALL ARTICLES IStALLV KKPT FIRST CLASS STOKK PLEASE CALL EARLY AND BE CONVINCED OJCOVICII Carson City, August 1, 1S77. E. A. BREWSTER, fd. D., FLOOR L. Klrod, MANAGERS: RESIDENT DENTIST, taken rooms at the HAS H. II. Rice. ARLINGTON All are courteously invited to attend. Four-foot Wosd ! PERSONS DESIRING TO LAY stock of Wood for the coming winter at IN A CQEAT BARGAINS, Cannot possibly do better than to apply to the undersigned NUT PINE, LIMB WOOD & SPLIT WOOD All In Four-loot Lengths. tT Prices to suit the hard times. IVANCOVICH BROS., Fruit stand, Carson street, next to Fox's Bookstore. October 1, 1877. U ROUSE, Carson City, Nev. All operations known to the dental profession performed n me most approved style. Filling and Treating Exposed Nerves made a specialty Teeth built up with gold to their natural shai and size. and guaranteed to stand the test of time. September 18, 1877. lm or. ivancovioh, DEALER IN Groceries, Eggs, Oranges, Lemons, and Dried Fruit, Fresh Pineapples, Cherries, CocoanUU, Fis. Vegetables, Bananas, Grapes, Confectionery, Nuts, Fresh Fish, THE MAOPI MURDERERS. It is evident that Lincoln county is not in a condition to indulge in the luxuries of expen sive litigation for example's sake. The Pioche Record of Saturday, has the following refer ence to the Maopi murderers case: On the 21st inst. , Judge Hillyer rendered his decis in in the United States Court at Carson denying the jurisdiction of the United States Court in the case of Dean, Sloan, McManus and Newman, charged with the murder of Holland and Carter, and remanded the four prisoners back to the Sheriff of Lincoln county. The Sheriff of Lincoln county was duly noti fied of the fact. The District Attorney entered a complaint charging the four men with murder, and a warrant was issued directing the Sheriff to take charge of them. The County Commissioners can't or won't furnish funds for the Sheriff to go to Carson after these prisoners, as they argue that as the United States officers made an error in taking them from here, they are in duty bound to re turn them at their own expense. The Sheriff of this county is net bound to go beyond the county line for prisoners without the money is furnished, and as the office is not now very lucrative, he has not the money lying around loose of his own to go after them. He is also out about $1,000 in capturing and taking them there. The people don't want them, as they say it will cost $10,000 to try them, and they don't know where the money is com ing from. For this reason numerous threats are indulged in that if they are brought back they Will never have a trial. What decision will be come to we are unable to say at present, but it looks very much as if there was an elephant somewhere and no one knew what to do with the animal. CARSON CITY BREWERY, King street, Carson City, T-ZVOOZD X.XjDE3 IN PROPRIETOR. HE VERY BEST QUALITY OF I LACER BEER Orders promptly j Of Jthe kind of mercantile business engaged in which thy are 3T Orders takeu and Goods delivered Hi TO ANY PART OF TUE CITY FHKE OF 11AHUE Carsou, Iay S, 1876. MASON &. CO. L. MORRIS & CO. TO THE FRONT. RECEIVED AN STOCK OF DINE N S E T Made on the Pacific Coast or anywhere. attendea to. The saloon is constantly supplied with the finest brands WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. t3- GIVE ME A CALL janltf Fresh Ranch Butter, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc Etc Etc PLACE OF BUSINESS : No. S, South Carson street, opposite the Capitol, Carson City, Nov. myfltf J. IVANCOVICHJ UNION and STONE JAVIXG Fancy and Staple Dry Goods From the East, which were bought there duiiiur the kit financial crisis, we propose to give our customers the benefit of it. 10 yards Bleached Muslin for . $1.00 I O yards Canton Flannel for $I.OO I O yards Crasscloth for $ ,00 4 pairs Ladies White Hose so 3 pairs Ladies Striped Hose.... CO And Everything In Proportion, L. MORRIS & CO. Carson, Aurust 1, 1877. CEORCE 'PERASICH, JACOB KLEIN. JOHN ROSSER, - PROPRIETOR SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, GEORGE W. KITZMEYER I CARSON STREET, CARSON CITV. Wholesale and retail dealer In FRESH TRVITS, VEGETABLES, CONFECTIONS, FTC HAS JUST RECEIVED LARGE styles of STOCK OF THE LATEST rji H E Beef. VERY BE' ST CUTS OF ril H K UNDERSIGNED JL and is i HAS ON RAND Walnut Chamber Suits, Beautiful Parlor Suits, Elegant Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Writing Desks and Tables of all Kinds. The above roods all come direct from Eastern manufac tories, made of solid walnut, and have the most desirable oil finish. 1 have also on hand a large variety ofa Camp Chairs, Parlor, Office, Dining and Kitchen Chairs, Lounges, Spring Beds, Mattresses, and Pillows. decStf GEORGE W. KITZMEYER. IVIxxtton, Venl. Etc Etc Etc., AND ALL KINDS OF SALTED MEATS. SAUSAGE, TRIPE, HEAD CHEESE, Etc., Etc., Etc., Constantly on hand at each of the above places. JOHN ROSSF.R. Proneiator. Carson, August 29, 1877. U Carson Water Works. i daily receiving the Choicest Fruits, Freshest Vegetables. Best of Confections, Choice Havana Cigars, Pcnltry, Ranch Eggs, Etc. N. B. Orders promotlv filled and .i.n,i . rectious. GEORC.K Pruii'i Carson street nejrt to Theater Saloon. BLAISIHR'S FAMILY RESTAURANT, CORNER OF Carson and Telegraph streets, Carson City. UAVIJVO MTTH11 w:o nestaurant rooms at tint ! .named place, I am prepared to aocommodftLa mv -i H.r ...... n. . i,l ' generally. Carson, July 25, 1875.J Of 3 cage delivery on the line of the Pa cific Railroad, the Silver State of Monday aays: A car load or tigers ana leopards, for an Australian menagerie, passed here Saturday night. One of the animals scaped from the cars somewhere east of Ogden. The beast almost scalped the keeper before effecting his escape. W. FOX, M. O. J. S. U. SMART, M. DRS. FOX & SMART. nnVSICUNS AND SURGEONS. OFFICE : Waltz's Building-, corner of Kin? ar.d Currv Office uours : From 12 m. to3r.il au21 DR. L. J. HOMEOPATHIC HERRICK, PHYSICIAN, OFFICE : In ilatt. Rlnckel's new iblack, Carson street carsox enrj fTlBE RESERVOIRS OF THIS COMPANY JL are supplied with water from NEVER FAILING SPRINGS, Which flow from the Sierra Nevada. By analysis this water is snown to oe penccxiy iree rrom an impurities. The mains of this company having: been laid in all the principal streets oi me cuy, me Water is Rendered Available to All within the City Limits. Families, hotels, bars, stables, ttc.. tUDDlied on favor. able terms. CARSON WATER COMPANY. jaTOfflcs in Ormsby House Block, Carson streot. spl NOTICE. JLJAVI.VG RENTED TUE PIONEER SOAP FACTORY, will manufacture the best quality of Chemical Olive Soap. Sal Soda and Washing Powtfers, And will supply tbe public on most reasonable terms. J. W. llLFFY t'arseu, Sivptembsr , 177.