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FRIDAY OCTOBER M. 1S81 Referring to the difficulties 01 se- curing verdiets from juries, the Boston Herald says : "What Is to" be done when juries cannot be made to convict notorious law-breakers? This is the state of things in Delaware, where the prosecution " of offenders against the National law has just been broken down because of the repeated failures of juries to agree. There was clear evi dence that the persons indicted had re sisted unlawfully the Federal Super visors, and strong proof was adduced of fraudulent practices in the election. And jet in every case the jury, selected impartially from both parties, divided according to the political view's of its members the Ilpublicans for convic tion, the Democrats for acquittal. To add to the apparent wilfullness of the proceedings, the indicted persons were defended by counsel employed and paid by the .State, under an Act passed by the Legislature last winter. Delaware is little, but she evidently means to run iier own elections ner own way What is the remedy for this practical nullification of a law which has been sustained by the Supreme Court, and tiie necessity of which is made appar ent at every general election ? If the Government of the United states has not the right and power to see that the members of its Congress and Presiden tial Electors are freely and fairly chosen by tne people, its sovereignty is of little practical value." The late transaction in Confederate bonds, which were reported in our dis patches, have a curious explanation. The speculators of Wall street have been paying $2.50 per $1,000 for the bonds, while in London a $1,000 bond trouffht $5. The explanation is that the lawyers have information that there is still on deposit in the Bank of En gland a Confederate fund amounting to 160,000, which with the accrued in terest, would make quite a good sum. England, after the war, refused to sur render up this raoey, unless the United States, as administrator, would also assume the debts. It is presumed that the foreign holders of Confederate bonds intend to bring suit against this deposit. Within the last week upwards of forty ocean vessels have arrived at San Francisc to load with wheat for foreign ports. Of these twenty-two were engaged prior to their arrival. With this influx of tonnage freights should be materially reduced; but, judging from the eagerness with which they are chartered, it is likely that rates will not fall at least until the re mainder of the fleet puts in an appear ance. Another Accidental Death. San Jose, Oct. 2G. John M. Ilogan, a raesenger boy in the employ of the American District Telegraph Office, aged fifteen years, was shot and killed to-day by Stephen Espinoza, another messenger, aged fourteen years. The latter was handling a revolver, and had, as he supposed, extracted all the cartridges. Young Ilogan was stand ing in front when Espinoza began snap ping the weapon, when the remaining cartridge exploded and the ball took effect in Ilogan'shead, producing death in a few moments. Espinoza was ar rested, but was released in a few mo ments, when the facts of the affair were made known. The reduction in the services of Star and steamboat routes have neatly reach ed their limit, and it is thought at the Postoffice Depatment that further, ma terial reduction would result in harm to necessary service. The reductions al ready made have resulted in saving $525,000 per quarter to the Government. The number of women employed in the railway offices of Austria is now over 8,000. They get paid from $15 t $30 per month. Nearly all f them are either the widows, wives or daughters of the defunct or active male employes on the different roads. The Eureka Sentinel reaffirms its for mer statement that John Garrett was married to Mrs. A. M. Hillhouse in Sacramento three weeks ago. Elijah , Burner, who was injured by being thrown from a horse a few days ago, died at Elko Monday, TELEGRAPHIC NEWS The Xlhilista and the t ar. Vienna, Oct. 27. The long-promised interview between the Czar and the Emperor Francis was to have taken place at Krzesnovieo yesterday. Every preparation had been made lor this in terview, and it was given up as a mat ter of necessity. Krznesnovico is an Austrian town a short distance from Cracow. Prince Thum had gone to the town to look after certain pleasures for the Emperor, but at the very last moment the alert advisers of the Czar informed him that the Nihilists were perfectly informed of the intended meeting and that from prudential rea sons it ought to be abandoned. It is said that the Czar was amazed at this intelligence. Indeed, it is" difficult, if not impossible, to conjecture in what way the Nihilist leaders keep them selves so correctly and closely informed of even the most secret movements of both Emperors. Both Alexander and Francis Joseph have been using the resources of the diplomacy of the two empires for several weeks toward the one object of an effective personal inter view without public knowledge, and have been baffled in every attempt. Coivlioy at TomMonr. Tombstone, October "7. Four cow boys, Ike and Billy Clanton and Frank and Tom MeLowery, have been parad ing the town for several days, drinking heavily and making themselves ob noxious. The City Marshal yesterday arrested Ike Clanton. Soon after his release the four met the Marshal and his brothers, Morgan and Wyatt Earp, and J. II. Ilolliday. The Marshal or dered them to give up their weapons, when a fight commenced. About 30 shots were fired rapidly. Bath the MeLowery boys were killed and Bill Clanton mortally wcunded, dying soon after. Ike was slightly wounded and arrested. Morgan was severely wound ed in the shoulder. Two Cabinet dominations. "Washington, Oct. 27. The Presi dent to-day nominated Charles J. Fol- rrttT "Tair WmL- fVi Qofii"fl(oir rf iha Treasury, Thomas L. James of New York for Postmaster-General and Frank Ilatton of Iewa for First Assistant Post master-General. The belief that Conkling is ultimate ly designed for the Secretaryship of the Treasury seems almost universal here. It is said that Folder desires to take Hum's place on the Supreme Bench and will ere long make way for Conk ling. Termination of the Vorktown Cele bration. Richmond, Va., Oct. 20. Twenty thousand strangers united with the en tire residents of Richmond in closing the Yorktown Centennial celebration. The procession of military and civic or ganizations and industries of the city occupied two hours in passing a given point. At the closing of the parade the British flag was run up over the Capi tol, and a salute and fireworks display finished the festivities. Clerical Eccentricity. New York, Oct. 27. Rev. Isaac Stein, of Leavenworth, robbed two rooms in the Metropolitan Hotel yes terday and was sent to the Tombs. He begged hard for release, saying it was was his first offense, although a set of skeleton keys were found in his valise. He is 52 years of age. Peter Cooper on tho League. Anti-Monopoly New York, Oct. 27. An Anti-Mo nopoly mass meeting, at Cooper's Un ion last evening, was largely attended. Peter Cooper presided and said that if the principles of the League were carried out they would do more to sustain the happiness and prosperity of the people than Las ever been accomplished before. The Panama Canal. New York, Oct. 27. General Santo Domingo Villa of the Republic of Col ombia said yesterday: "I have read carefully . the dispatch of Secretary Blaine to Minister Lowell, and, if my interpretation is correct, I perfectly agree with it and think my government will." The Boom in Confederate Bonds. Richmond, Oct. 27. The remark able demand f jr Confederate bonds con tinues, and the boom in these valueless promises to pay in. unabated. A leading banking house has already purchased nearly $5,000,000 of coupon bonds at fj-om $3 to $5 per $1,000. UTEW ADTFJITKEX KKT8. NOTICE. SALE OF IDPOUXDEB AXIMAM-. Taken up on Spear street, one black mare, branded "D" ou left hip: lias with her a cream-colored colt. Also, at Martin's Hay Yard, ote bay horse, white on two hius feet, harness marks on shoulders. Notice is hereby given that the above described ani mals, unli-ss redeemed, will be sold at public auction, at 2 o'clock 1". M., On Monday, October 31, 11, In front of the Court House door, Carsou City, to pay costs and accruing costs. oc-28-til s. t. snin , wty .marsnai. CARSON OPERA HOUSE CHARLES E. LOCKE Haxaoeu FRIDAY EVENING. October 28- "Dat's My Regular Buziness !" First A?iexrance I lore of the Uncle Isaac Combination From the I!ush Street Theatt r, Sun Francisco, after a euciessful run of Ihret Weeks. VISCOXM.V LET'S GO SHAKE RAILKOAIJS.' FOU A OOUl'LE OF MAX FKZIUUAXX as t'SCI-E ISAAC SuiiKrte 1 1 y His Full Comj any. MK. FKIIRjUN.V was funiierly c' t!ie Mill on Nobles Combination, an I mule u trr en.ious bit in ths character of the JEW in the " I'ilr.MX " gig" Pri.es as uiual. Kesencd stati to hi had a dpt. Avtrv's ii.ile iu the WiiM.'' CARSON OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY! w EDXESDAY, OVKKBEB t. GREAT SUCCESS ! The Original Dan Morris Sullivan MIRROR OF IRELAND And Irish Comedy Company. A New Iiish Comic Play, entitled A Trip through the Emerald Isle 3Ir. and Sirs Dan Sullivan, tlio original Barney the (iuiiie, ami NoKA (formerly of M.icE y's Hibenikon), w! 1 appear in three original characters Mr. and Mrs. GEOKdE F. MdUUK in original sketches. Mr. W. A. WHITE as tourist and lecturvr. Cue Hundred beautiful paintings, a grand Panorama of Ireland. 2T Admission, Seventy-five Cents. Reserved Seats, On Dollar, to be had at box-Office. TO THE FRONT AGA1 JOHN O. FOX HAS NOW UN BAND A FRESH issorunent of Books. Music and Jewelry. C UN 3 AMMUNITION & Belsajfing Tools. AND PISTOLS. And everything in the sporting line All the leading Periodicals and Magazine of America. Cutlery, Fancy Articles And a general assortment of almost everything tbut ca be bouvbt for mone ft8 CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT HO PBOPBIITURN. ORMSBY ECOTJSB CARSON COT, NEVADA SHARP BROTHERS, Proprietors Ntntlv the city, being near tha prinpal business heuses and the State Capitol. The Culinary Department is under the management of experienced heads, and no expense will be spared in sup plying the table with the best tne market affords. J. w. auAKf (lormerly of the ttevere uonee itap. California), Mannoger. THE ORM8BY HOUSE Is the headquarters for al the stage lines leaving Carson, Transient Rates ..$2, $2 50 and S Heals , 60 cents eacn 15 (D-JLm.TTfflllKf FOR THE BEST fiHO LATEST STYLES !N CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, Ktc. GO ONE PRICE FRANK County GOODS MARKED SOUTH CAUS0S ST., C1BS0S, 15EVADA AVE J JT BtlElVED JA LAKUK I. VOICE OF- Boots st 12 2 Shoes, Men's Slioea, risilies' Shoes, Misses' Slioes, CIilMrca's IN ENDLESS VARIETY. WR CARRY TIIE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK -OF- Eastern Band-sewed Kid Button Boots for ladies, ia the State, At Lower Rates than Ever Before. ALSO- Gents' Hand-sewed Boots and Shoes -OF THE BEST EASTERN MAKE. Call anil Einmiii Before Klseivhere. OliCOTICH Ugll BROS. FALL AND WINTER CAMPAIGN EOFFEL& PJL.ATT RE CONST ANTE. T BECEIVINU NEW Invoices ofttooda at the CORNER OF CARSON A NO THIRD STRE IT! Opposite the St. Charles Hotel. Now is the time to examine their stoek of FILL AND WINTER GOODS, Consisting of Mens', Yonih's and Boys' Clothing Of all the latest and most approved styles Hats, Cap. Tronks. Valise, Etc. Auction and Commission ROOMS. GEORGE B. WEBB Has Opessed a ia New Auction and Commission Rooms ... viffEXTCO '"V CHVIT79 HaBEET. - Gsodssold at auction prossptly attended to. on eoraisittioB, and all orders in ytitt .TZtc., J?Z TBL33- .ItC. CLOTHING STORE BOSKO TZ, Building. Carson City, Ncyacla. IN PLAIN FIGUltEK. CAGWIN& NOTEWARE JETOEllEttS & STATIOMKS. Scliool 23oo1s.3j PICTURE FKAMES A SPECIALTY. 10NSTA.T1.V . MAXI.. l.AtM.C At KVKl.r.i:XT OF Jvwoiry, SperlnclcM. V. ve Classen, Xovellli s. Vankce Xotiou, Toilet oap, Perl iiriu-rj, IirosnoM, Stationery. School antl Illanb Bool. a. I'ire-nriuH and Ammunition. FlHliins TarklN Artisttt' material. Utiei OomlH, Amt-rlenii, Muffer, Jrt IZomr. Crown and Ansomatte ieuius Mat'liiufs, New Hhotlrr null WINon No H. Pianos and Orpins M the Lowest Kaf. Khect am! Dook Uiuie Furnished at bhort otkc. Wiil pre eci:U attention to tlie delivery of pupt-r n poriodHaJa. Etridi BuiUing, opposite 1'ont C flice, iti Cii.r, Kevwla. jootf HARRIS BROS. TO THE FRONT. Dry Goods UcIoat Par NO AUCTION 'HASH Cashmeres and Silks, CLUAliN TO PIT 1:V1HVI1(I!)T. A II VETS Al U IL LOTH LA!IES AND rilll.Dnr.X-S KIIOTN. Oar Stork in dinarnnteel I and e . Xo Cood arri tl the Floods it he Fret over Kinee A Full line of ttROCEttlES. LICORI,; CROCliERT E3iTS' Fl'BKHHIKU OODS, HARDWARE. ETC We respectfully invite everybody to ea'l an I obt prices before Durelas.n? elsewhere. UAHRH BROS Quick and Permanent ASTHMA Dr.Stinson'sASthmaRemedy Is nnequaled as a positive Alterative and Cure for Asthma andDyspetsia, and all their attendnut evils. It does not merely afliird tpinimrarv relief, but is a permaneut core. Mrs. B. F. Ie, of Bi'lniore, O., says of It : " am the firtt medicine in tix yrart tluU hat Inotrned mu cough and made erpectonition eaty. I now tlerp aii night without nmghina." If your drurcixt does Dot km it. send for treatise and testimonials to II. P. K. PHV I 8aa Brsaaway, Hew Yoraf CHANGE OPBUSINESS. Havixo mspoNr D of my dtsiesm in Empire City, consisting of getieniJ merchancise snd good will of the same to W. J. biuvth and Jaaws . Morris, I would respectfully bespeak for uiv successors a continuance of former patronage heretofore betiwcd upon ine. W. O. II. ilAKTLN. Empire City, Nevada, September 1 1, lSsl. In reference to the above we would inform the public of Empire City and vicinity that we will endeavor in sur dealings to merit the good will and support of our prede cessor and the public generally. ' W. J. KMYTH, se!71m JAMES MORRIS. S. L. KING, 11 D TTOMCOPATHIf PIIT8ICUN AID Kl'RGEOX, ' Orrtoa- Osrson Street, assrnfer Ut'(t. opositii 1 inriira k Truck saieU CURED ti '"