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EYOST COUNTY TIMES.
(SILVER CITY. : : NKV. MONDAY.DEC. II. 1«7» MOT JEJACTLT PARALLEL. Wo wish to inform the Democrats that there is scarcely so near to a paiallel of principle in the Oregon Electoral trouble and that of tbs doubtful Southern States as they may suppose or as they may wish to hare appear. They charge the Republi cans with securing Etec'r>r*l rotes in .certain States by fraudulent means setting up the plea that the decisions pi the iteturning Board* in those States are beyond appeal, while when themrelvea attempted a bit of a coup in Oregon the Republicans were un sparing in the use of terms of con demnation. They say, through their chief organ in this vicinity : In tbeir own estimation, they 'the Republican*? may produce result* by frauds and violence, and those re sults, having beet declared, must stand, there being no authoritv in ex istence to go behind formulated and promulgated returns; hut where a declaration <>f a JJemocratic victory is assailed with the mere* suspicion of irregularity, it is perfectly proper to aet it aside. The victory having ttie merest sus picion of irregularity referred to l* that claimed iu Oregon, an admitted Republican State. But there U no twiraliel. as remarked alatve, lietwecn the principle involved in setting the vote of the certified Electors in that State aaide and going behind the cer tified returns of the Returning Boatds pt the Southern States. The Demo' .crats will adhere to the lielief that there is, and will hope therefore to have a way opened to an endless lirogrrsaof investigations ante dating the convening of the Returning Board* altogether. But this will not stand, because— 1. The Uetmning Boards of the Southern States iu questiuu were created as a means of checkingfrauds in elections by exercising judicial powers over the returns, exdud'ng all votes deposited fraudulently. It was hoped by this means not only to correct frauds after they had occur red. but to prevent them from iw-cur ying by holding the power to revise over reckless voters. The object of the Board* would cever have been reached ainess they were granted Judicial powers, which they were, whether dearly expressed or not. A body exercjsiug those powers must l>e given some range for the of use of reason, or it is a mere puppet" a thing. Wncn it has exercised its reason and rendered its judgment there is no reusing or setting aside but by a higher tribunal, »Inch in the case* under review does net exist. it. Governor Grover's office in grantiug certificates of election to the the Electors was not judicial. As to whether Watts or Cronin should have a certificate involved legal points that had Iwen varjously decided. The Governor was not sitting in judgment on them, and his action is subject to revision. It would be a singular case if a Governor. pmc>-ediug iu a purely tniiMSterial capacity, without author ity recognized by anyone to with hold a certificate tr>>m an Elector duly elected, iu wh >se election so question had arisen, could decide finally a case that isoprerae Courts had differed on. ll tun gi .iuuu^ »»• iu« vriiiutiK by the Governor to Cronin w»s find as to hit legal election, why would not the granting of election certifi cate* by Boards of Supervisor* be final aiao? The principle is the same Recently in San Joaquin county, Cal ifornia, the Sapervisor* granted a certificate of election to a superin tendent af schools, wlto waa a Fodend gauger. The opposing candidate took the caae Into the courts and the Su preme Court held that neither one ul them waa rightfully elected, and that the office was therefore vacant. It the Governor of Oregon capable ol deciding a question like this beyond appeal, or must the courts or Con gress decide 1 There is no semblance between tlx difficulties in question. One may lx revised; the other can not. Govtuoa Oa»m refused Watti a certificate a* Elector because he was a postmaster at the time of the election. Grover 'a qow a State Gov ernor and a Federal Senator elect himself, and no doubt thinks be it legally in both planes. Tna news from Mineral Hill, is Eureka county, is that everything is g\ut down. Tn VtaontiA Cnoiicu f«««i the obtaining of a Democratic victory by violence^ gf it can be obtained by no otlier tnenp*. It will not consent to follow in to« F«ke of The World. The Sum or such eminent Democrats as Hill of Georgia and Hampton of 9. Carolina. These papers and tuen are farsighted enough to know that i the surest way to reaqb victory is by peaceable means, and they are aware that it it not good philosophy in politics or private Iffe to mortgage future prospects for present success. ; But The Chronicle looms quite above all these, and insinuates that the only way to get justice out of this maiy mixture is to fight for it. People from abroad may regard sttch senti ments as the natural outgrowth of the pugnacious propensities of the Comstock, but we at borne know let ter. We know that Democratic common sense is even stronger in these precincts than elsewhere, and that it would willingly witness pres ent loss under warrant of future gain made doubly sure. The only conso lation we find in deploring the san guinary perverseness «»f The Chronicle is in the fact that its effect on na tional feeling amounts to about sen, while its influence on home affairs is scarcely sufficient to precipitate a riot in Virginia iu any emergency. Wc may therefore rest tolerably cer tain that, notwithstanding its objec tion to all measures of peaceful set tlement, the country w ill pass over these election difficulties intact and without any waste of wealth or life. These veut sensible remarks are reported to have come from Ban. Hill, late of ultra Southern senti ment, whoso attitude in the House at the last session induced Morton to inaugurate the bloody shirt plan of campaign proceed are. Every thinking man in the country will coincide w ith the opiuion here expressed, and » lii think just a little more of the party which Mr. Hill represents than formerly. It is not only possible but highly probable that, by a line of tactics in harmony with a due reaped for the laws and for the peace and welfare of the country, the Demo crats draw to them a* a result of this emergency a large addition of the respectable elements of the country. Following is what Mr. Hill says, spoken evidently with a view to effect, but nevertheless valuable in thiscritioal situation : If the people of this country are not capable of settling a disputed Presidential election without vio lrtice, ti er are not tit to have a President, and ought to hare a Monarch. Political Difficulties in Mexico. This is the way they have of *et- , i tling disputes of a |mli;ieal nature in : Mexico. Those American citircus who iielieve ina forced victory should read all accounts like this from our sister Republic carefully. Tlie latest news from there says President Lcrdo and his Cabinet | i have lieen captured by the rcvolu- j tionisls General Ksxilirilo, tvecrc- I tary of War. lias lieen shot, with sev- ! erai others, and the government of i L’-rdo is undoubtedly overthrown. Monterey ami Sal'illo have declared in favor of Igieaias and surrendered 1 without fighting.snd the whole north- | em frontier of Mexico, except Mata uioras, is iu tlie pai«Mioo of tlie sup | portei* of Igieaias. His triends in j tins city arc now out with music and torches, celebrating Ilia success. The invitation of General Revel Us vesttr j day to the merchants of Matamoras has developed into a scheme to plun ! der them of *40 .000 under pretext of I a throe per cent, fag on merchandise l and property levied by himself, 'against which imposition the w hole i community is protesting as illegal and tyranuical. Rkfkxhiso to tlie system of elect. ; ing Presidential Electors by State districts, instead of by States, as pro posed Jjy Senator Morton,The Eureka Sentinel pertinently observes: It serins to us to increase the ob jectionable points in the present sys tem instead of diminishing or obvi ating them, for tlie reason that the gerrymandering business which is now coufiued to tlie Slates in tlie pres idential contest* would lie increased by the better opportunities afforded of colonixing from one Congressional district to another, it requiring in most of the Slates but thirty days' residence io a county to entitle a person to vote who has lieen a resi dent of the State the requisite iengtb of time. The wa#te of popular ma jorities in the electoral districts ia the thing to be avoided if possible, and in any new adjustment the pop ular vote should have its fall weight, for eoy other system is in the interest of political manager*. We con fees that wa can diaoero no method of obviating tlie dirt qlfy except Oy maaaiug the entire vote of the nation ip one greed •Inctora! district. In Ctifuto to-morrow 186 mi will be fired in honor ot Hayn*'elec tion. Henry M. Teller has been unanim ously renominated for United State* Senator front Colorado by the Re publican*. A new boiler iu the basement of Winslow A Rogers’ Shoe manufacto ry, Salem. Mesa., burst while being tested on Saturday, and its inventor, J. H. Mills, waa killed. Two Mieses CaippItcH, a Misa Choate and Joseph Gregorie were drowned iu a mill-|K>nd, ten miles, from Olinstead, Kentucky,on Friday night by the capsizing of a canoe. Scott Lord disapprove* of the Ore gon business aiui Clymer coincides with him, but thinks only two Ore gon Electors were chosen, which throws the vote into the House. I hiring a gale Saturday afternoon l” Amsterdam, N. Y., M. Marion anil child were killed w hile attempting to escape from a house, the loot of which was blown off and Miss Mari on seriously injured. The prison-house at the Ouita coal luiues. near Russellville, Arkansas, burned on Saturday evening. In it were confined thirty-two convict* em ployed in working the mines, None escaped. No other live# were loet. Following is the final result in Florida: For Governor, Stearns. 458 majority; Lient-Goveruor, Montgom ery, 304 majority. For Congress — Turman, 895 majority; Byliee, 141 majority—all Republicans. President Ferry thinks the Senate will not go iuto the House Chamber to count the electoral volt's, that pre cedent lu’ing merely a matter of con venience, tlie House being larger. This year the House will probably lie invited to the Senate Chamber. The Senate Committee on Emotions have sent sub-committeea into the three States lately s > conspicuous Iw fore the country to examine as to al leged election frauds. The House committees of the same character are now in those S'atc* getting *t the facts. Wo may therefore hope t > se cure a just solution of the problem in time. Celesti al-Trancs.—A few days since we published an item regard ing a tight between two Chinamen, in which one of ibe men was badly, and at the time it was thought fatally, injured. The trouble oc curred over a game of dominoes Mo Bong was the assailant, and struck All Kink over the bead with an iron billy, inflictiug a frightful wound under the left eye. Aseoon as the act was perpetrated the would-be assassin fled anil lias been I iu hiding place ever since. It was thought that the wounded man would die. and his "cousins"— members of the same faction—con sulted ns to what was best to do tu the matter. The friends of the ■ other party were also on hand to settle the affair without recourse to law. aud it was finally agreed that MoB 'Ug should, in the event of Ah King's death, pay to hia relatives one thousand dollars, defray alt the expenses incurred iu hiring a nurse; and engaging the services of an at torney to prosecute, settle the doc tor's bill of ninety dollars, and pay the wounded mm wages during the time be »u unable to work, in case ; be lived. The man has sufficiently j recovered to lie considered out of ' danger and now he thinks he will keep to his bed all winter and draw bis checks of Mo Bong for thr< e dollars a Jay.—Eureka Sentinel, j 8th. A Chinese scientist. A Chinese scientist has establish- ; e.l a scientific laboratory at Sha^g- I bat, China in it are electric liells. a printing press aud a large variety ■ of ingenious philosophical appara tus, mainly of bis own device ntnl construction. The principal object of Ids investigations, however, is to find a way of priutmg Chinese books front movable type. With tbe aid of the machinery at the Presby terian mission, be has ulrca.lv be gun tbe manufacture of tbe matrices or models for tbe tyt*e—an immense undertaking, wbeu it is considered that for each tort or Variety of char acter, no K-ss than 0,664 matrices are required There are over 30,000 Cniuese characters. Each matrix must be cnl iron wood and electro typed. It will require, it ia said, fourteen years' work of the mission machinery to make ill .UN) different characters In ttie six years in which this benefactor of bis race has been at work, be has produce, I 5,000 matrices of little characters and 6,000 of larger ones. With what he has already of small type be has printed a little volume. He doea mu expect to live long enough to complete hia immense task, aud therefore ia educating bit children •o the proper degree of skill that they may he enabled to complete hia uudertaking. The statute requiring notice of intention to apply for the passage of any bill by tbe New Jersey Legis lature four weeks before tile session opens will go tQto effect this year. It requires that the general objeot of the bill will ba explained iu a comprehensive manner ; that it ba published iu tbe county or ooun tiea to be affected, aud at laaat one of tbe parties who intend to apply for legislation mast aign the notice. Dina by tbe bafrelfult are being coined and sacked at the Canon Mint. NEW TO-DAY. K. K. Fredrick’s PIONEER JEWELRY MANUFACTORY 78 Soeth C Street, Vlrflnle. « FWNHE OLD AND RELIABLE MOl’SK OP 1 U M. Fr» rick nwlliOM to nuufw. tun uwt Input LADIES’ AXD0.\TS’ WATCHES, Ckslas, Jewelry, DIamoiIi, Silver and Piated Ware, Clerk*. Cntlery, Etc., Etr„ In endles* variety as to style and price* Alj are cordially invited to call oa M. M. FREDRICK. 78 Sonth C Street, TlrftnlR City. (Opposite Well*. Kar^o k Co.) Holiday Goods! W. MANNING. ■ AM'FACTl'KIM* JEWELER ! luront, *ui> Dk.Lxu iu 01 AMO DS. LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE WATCHES. m AINA, JEWELRY. Solid Silver and Platod Ware, OPTIt'AL UtMtUN. CUTLERY AND FINE CLOCKS. WE RAVE OX HAND THE LARGEST Stock *»f Fine Good© ever brought t© Virginia City, and we purt*w* to ©ell at priori that wi.lc »mnare favt*rabl? with th«*e of the E.at and San Franct©c»v The public are in vited u> call and eaauitne our flue aUn k of HOLIDAY GOODS! NO TBOVBLITO SHOW. W. HANNING. I 7j8 Sooth C StrMt, Vlrclnin City. OPPOSITE as KNOINE HOt'SE A Crand Clearance Sale ! j __ TUI I.ABrtl AND WILL KNOWS PBT OjuU Uoaae of A. VAENBERC A CO-, 102 Koutti t Str+tX. Yir;lnt%, Are now having a t?**anl clearance tale of tb«ir entire Moot of DRY GOODS. FANCY GOODS, FURS, CLOAKS. HOSIERY, a no a rrij, us* or ! LADIES READY MADS GOODS. KEOAKDLKSS OF COST ! A complete ©lock of HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, Ac.. At lower pricer than over before offered in the Slat* N> trouble to ehow fS>*d© An ! early call la raapectfully ©Glutted by A. VAENBERG A CO., 102 South C Slrwl, Virginia. Assessment Notices. Dinky gold and silver mining C- rnpauy — l.tvtuou of priu clpal pi** u! businea*. ban Francis* o. California—LoC*. tic* of work*. Lyon county. State of Nevada. Notu • t* hereby given that at . meeting of the Hoard of Directors held ou the Tth day of December. 187*. an assessment (No. 3» ot Fif teen C ut* per share was levied upon the capital »tork uf the c.-rp rati >n. payable l tw in rdi at* iy iu 1 uiicd States gold luiu. to the secretary, at the office of the i ompany. No. JA» California street. Room 5. Sau Francisco Any stock upon whtch tbl* assesaroeul Aall n mam unpaid «n the 9th day of January. 18TT. will t*e delinquent and advertised fir sale at public eucliou. and unless pa* merit u made before, will be sold «*u WEDNESDAY, the dial day of January. 18T?, to pay delin quent assrsameut. to gether with coats of ad \ erasing au i stpeuses of sale, by order of the Directors. uKU R SPINNEY. Sec y. Office—No. 310 CUlfuruta strtei. Hwui No. 5. Sau Frau t* «. I'al ("1 LASOOW GOLD AND SILVER MINING R Company- Local ion of principal nl*e ! of bust use* sau Francisco, Cal 11 urn la— Loca tb»u of Works. Devil s Oats District. *->on I county. Nevada Not ce ts hereby give*, that | at s meeting of the board of Director*, held ou tbe Uk day ot January. 18TA.au swnaumit | \No 4) ot Flit eo iVnis |*rr share waslevte i Up u the capital stock of t? e Corporation, payable immediately iu l ulled Mat*a gold i cola, F the Secret *ry ■ d the office t»f the t>xu , pgny. WJ Fuw stivet. Room 30 sn<l 31. Hen i Francisco, Cah Any M*ck upon which UiD >;>aawrat shall rrui-lu unpaid the loth j of Jauuary. tsTT. will be delinquent, and ad vertise1 tor sale at public auction; a*«l unless pay uieut is made beltge will be sold at ths office of the v'oiupany. at 1 o'clock F M . on WEDNKHDAV the diet vlsy of January. 1977. lu pay the delinquent assessment, togeih-r * til (0«t* of *lvertlsiog sud vi|«uss4of tale. Ity order of the board of Director* JOHN A. REICHERT. Hec'y. Office—330 Fine street. Room JU and 31. Han Frauginro. Cal. Peter Cousins’ OYsiyit *KP CHOP H01SK, AT Hl'NCITUX'8 SALOON. Eaat.ro and (Ullbno OyH.r» aarrad to •>.rj atria. MW ALA TO ORDER AT ALL EaNI. HARNESS SHOP. Ka. MO KB IS ON BA VINO TUB • vkaaad Ik. Baroaaa Map Amalalai Ika Aaaay OMn. Itkoapnpaiadtod) aUktAdaaf REPAIRING or HA»NS». SADDLES. BTC. Aa w»tl •- Ij oaaka O.W tort of a an pari or Vt.utjr. A aoa dork of pood. «U1 ha opaaad la a f*w dapp ,tr GRAND Ball and Festival) FOB TIB BKVBF1T OF TIB Silver City Miners’ Union, —AT THE— Miners* Union Hell, —OH— ■ends? sad Tuesday Kvealafs, JANUARY 8TH AND 9TH. \ COMMITTEE OE ARRANGEMENTS. W S' Strlotl. Thu* Ouuon. e*t*r Uaritnb«r£rr. A Dtckaoa. C C V*a Anal*!*. I FLOOR DIRECTOR. Pit Pffttn FLOOR MANAGERS W H Lntft W C Dov-y. C C RECEPTION COMMITTEE.. Ah Wi.ian. ( bulrt OtM. T R F»rr. J w LMhM. Jourph MirclIU * Mimic by Church A J«m' ralrbratuj huaA uf CAiwb City. TICK ETN |Oood only oar *»rrlo»l RI.AQ LADIES ADMITTED FREE. TUB VIRGINIA GLEE CLl'B Will bt In tttradtnrt tot ; tv**in*t abJ to . Uritio lot compABv with Dua*«Tom» tone*. AmoferatMt h*rt bttn ratdt by tbt ltdltt to ub tbit out of th* ifttn lttl fitAiUlB UAtnU of th# MUD, I DR. A. B. SPINNEY, 1M Cttakrala* Spaealitt. IT t‘l' i.> '» a ar r of lh# 1C T. | MraUi'*! I .»l Ui.tkl.J la o h«u»wr »*f %... 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StrouM'R RuiMing C At root, _TIRrtIVU. KITaD*_ UNION NOTH, (Plfaproaf Brick RatMlnr) IU.T } »*yro». m. THB ONLY nttT-CLAH HOTEL IV Ljraa Oonatj. f n oonn. KraaHaaac NOTICE TO DEBTORS. All pkrsov* kvowiko th'M •aloaa ladabtad ta tka kna of MoOtaala * cantca ara karakr aolikad tkat itagi aaal aatUa ap oaor balufatka tMb laat.. aa It It il ilt-J ta etaaa ap all aooearta for tka car o|mr. MoOlVKikk OARiioK. HwnfPt tilt. and for th* OouotT of Lyuw. khu to bm dT. • Piece* of lumber ft Its*. M Piece* of lumbar «s*xl». M Place* of lumber lslts* . (0 Piece* of lumber MU. Ml Cords of wood. tMSwbMtf Cbsrcssl. Coe lot of blocksmith mote. 10 Drills, ft Picks S Shoe.Is. lint I Orindrtoo* 1 Bellows. 1 tntl. 1 Tbm Ons lot of Ins. 1 CUr. l Track * Dirt buckets. 1 Bos or Cradles. S Ksgr ol Powder. *00 reel of fuse, t Doses pick rad sleds* keudlee. «0U feel IH-lurb rope 1 Clock. 1 Lem us sod fixture*. I Ceil tallow. 1 Du* Bulls. 1 Ora oU. 1 Cliculer sew rad nituree. Notice Is hereby pteen. tbst on the Utb dsy of December, A. D. in*, between the boon of • o'clock a. a. rad I o’clock r. w„ namely, at 11 o'clock M. of mid day, I will mil *1. tb* right, title end Interest of eetd defendant, Tb* Mouth Bad Bold rad Hi leer liming Com. pray. In end to tb* shoe* described proper ty, el tb* mtu*. ellusled shout os* mile south weet ol HI leer City, user tb* T. k T. B. Howl. Ltou county. Nevede. *1 public sue. Uoa. for cesb tu brad, to Ihr highest rad brut bidder, to rettery mid eiecuttou rad ell R. A. COOKE, Sheriff of Lynn County, Nevede. Deytea. Nevsde, Dec. Mb, let*. O. U. and C. V. M 0icn Mdrr ccwpOKfi. <Juam Jtktctu* rfir<ni,M gkamd Reception and Ball ! —or Til— Union and Confederate VKTERAMI At t'Mpn'a Hull. Vlrglal*. Monday Evening, January 8, 1877. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. lleury at Onvp Hopklu* .C ■ A A H W Oredgb.V 8 A J C kitkih vrgvr.IT 8 A H P Conner.IT 8 A Ogden Uilee. 18 A Jol-n M Campbell.V 8 A Guy Thorp.C 8 A M X Slone.C 8 A H Armbruat. IT 8 A M l> Wheeler..IT 8 A FAG Gearing. C a A . .SeciVtary INVITATION COMMITTEE, rroatr cvcirrt. F C Lord.V 8 A Og. cn Hllea TEA A L Gurney.T B A Ell Johnaou.IT 8 A J K Towle.V 8 A J W Hurke. V 8 A J II Malhewaun .1’ S A FA Lambert_I’m Na bamal k tead.V 8 A J M Campbell. ..U 8 A Frau* Might....!’ 8 A Johu P Se ed! .... V 8 A aimer F W’abaterV 8 A Frwd Hnwu ...l' S A F J Atkin.I A Tboa Corwin... 1' 8 A M U W'hatlar.. L R Miller.I’ 8 A A U WCrelgh ..IT 8 A John Khrden. ISA Ho want Hill.... V 8 A J C Kicbrlbe rger. V 8 A Hugh Conner .. V mJull Allen.VBA Vrbnuo CoakUngV 8 A W U Sylvester. .IT 8 A Edward Durant.. V m,J k Myrr.V 8 A Murltn Hanaoa . V 8 A S M Ziegler.IT 8 A Durst William* v 8 A B Banana. VBA J R Co* an. V 8 A A B Harr.e.V 8 A FJCrvdly.VSASamuel Oolyrr.. C 8 A John H savage .V Saw j Murphy. V8A Doaald McLean l’ 8 A E E Wvnatuard .IT 8 A Thus More* Jr. V 8 A Jno B Bieabolta VBA M M Mattio*....!* h A lly G Eider.V ■ A T A Steretia .... V 8 A J J Shepoard .. V • A Bd Sullivan.V 8 A Win R Jenny.. .V S A D A Sloau. V s A Pater La Forga . V 8 A A J Hama.V 8 A D Farrell.li 8 A Geo Babbridge l 8 A E F Page.!’8 A B Anuhrust.IT 8 A Morton P ulover V 8 A M N stone.C 8 A Henry 81 Gorge JBJobnmia.OS* H-pkna.OA Geo T Couvarae.C 8 A J T Johnson.,..,C S A RE Poe t*.C 8 A Gay Thorp.C B A FAG Gearing ..C 8 A a B Stouahil I.... C 8 A F Wrn Donovan.C 8 A Chao E Lydia ...C 8 A Met* A Eelton . CSA J L Johnaou ....0 8 A H L Ardlngvr ...C8A Geo W Tomb. ...V 8 A W C Love.CBN oan.nr cornrr. Morton PGlover. .V BE warns OK cocutt. J Thomas Johnaon.C8A RECEPTION COMMITTEE PCLe-rd.VBA MN Meat......C 8 A L A Gurney.-...I' 8 A R E Foot*.CSA Wm R Jrnvry.I’ • A I enry SI Uearg* Heipklua .USA ’ FLOOR DIRECTOR. J M Mathewaon.VBA FLOOR MANAGERS. 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