8 p. m. Paul Railroad bridge is now on lire. 1IA1HY GUAM JClfORS. How Mauy-ireadf Mauy-ireadf Mauy-ireadf d HoorilaUin Works at the Capital, Sacramknto. Sent. 24th. Jndfle Catlm linked County Clerk Rhoadea to draw a viruinl Jury yesterday und that ollicer t-ninplieti, t-ninplieti, t-ninplieti, ami in an incredibly incredibly short tiiu produced a panel that would not have displeased iious Buckley. II is second grab from the box brought out the name of A. J.Rhoadea, commonly known to loouyists ana boodlers as Frank Rhoaues. liien came William Winkleman, a saloon keeper atouo K street; li.mil liein-rich, liein-rich, liein-rich, a saloon-keeper saloon-keeper saloon-keeper at the corner of Third and L streets; William Gard ner, a saloon-keeper saloon-keeper saloon-keeper at Agricultural Park; Herman Weinman, pawnbroker pawnbroker and jeweler, 219 K street, and a kinsman of Hen Hteinman. Five of the others drawn have no visible means of support. Frank Rhoades is to Sacramento what Christopher A. I'.uckley is to San Francisco. Members Members of the Citizens' party, which is very Strom here, said openly on the street lust night that they would ask Judge Catlin to follow Judge Wallace' example, set the panel aside and appoint appoint an elisor to summon a Grand Jury from the body of the people. The Farmers' Alliance will also take a hand in the matter.