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DAILY SILVER STATE.
TncKUy.November 14 1876 ag-1.1. '■■i.";■ "J1*!"!!_LL _ INELIGIBLE. The fact is becoming apparent that Federal office-holders in several of the States have run for Presidential elec tors, on the Republican ticket. One in Vermont named Henry A. Solace, who holds the office of Postmaster at Bridgeport, received a majority of the votes polled in the State, though dis qualified for the position. Several others in different States are said to be disqualified for similar reasons, among others J. F. Miller, of California, who is Government agent at Alaska, or in «»me way connected with the seal fisheries in that icy region. It is unne cessary, however, to go outside the State of Nevada to find cases of,Ibis character. R. M. Daggett, of Virginia City, one of the Presidential electors on the Repub'ican ticket, in this State, is Clerk of the United States District Court of Nevada. He has acted in that J capacity up to the day uA ■tfietlioo, and, vre believe, since that time. If such is the fact, R. M. Daggett is constitution ally disqualified from holding the posi tion of Presidential elector; and it will devolve upon the State Boaid of Can vassers to declare the persou receiving the next highest number of votes, •lected to the position. The disposi tion manifested by Republicans to mo nopolize two or more officers, may in this instance, result to their disadvan tage. It is not improbable that u dozen or more of the Hayes eleetors are dis qualified by the Constitution of the United States from filling the office. THE PRESIDENTIAL OUTLOOK. There is nothing new in the Presi dential outlook to-day, as reported by telegraph. Oregon hangs fire and is claimed by both parties. Returns from Florida and Louisiana leave no doubt ot a Democratic majority iu these States; and the election of Hampton in South Carolina is conceded. Not withstanding all this and the fret tlaat Tilden has 184 electoral votes, undis puted, and Hayes only 163, Republican jourualt of the San Fraucisco Chronicle type, claim the election of Hayes Tilden has within one of a majority of the electoral vote, and a majority of some 400,000 of the popular vote, and returns from the three carpet bag gov erned States of Florida, South Caroliua and Louisiana, indicate a Democratic majority iu each and all of them, yet the Republican leaderr, with character istic modesty, ussure ns that Hayes is elected. Fortunataly the better class of Republican journals, such as the Sau Francisco Bulletin, discounten ance the idea of depriving the popular candidate, S. J. Tilden, of the Presi dency by the corrupt Returning Boards of Louisiana and South Carolina. outrages in Louisiana. George Foester, editor of the New Orleans Deutsche Zeituog, says that on the eve of ©lection the names of over 8,000 white voteis were stricken from the registration books, and thousands of citizens residing in New Orleans for years were thus deprived of the elec tive franc-hire. The Democrats offered to name 7,000 blacks, mostly imported from other States, who had registered falsely, but the radicals refused to strike the name of one single negro from the lists. This is modern Repnb icnnism as illustrated and put into effect by Kellogg A Co. in Louisiana. Can anybody doubt for a moment that snch, men will count the State for Hayes, whether he is entitled to its vote or not, uultss they are paid their price for a fair canvass of the vote. CALIFORNIA. To a careful observer of the situation in California it appears as if the State had beeD Kuklnxed by Sargent, Gor ham A Co. In the City of San Fraj cisco, one year ago, when there was a holly contested election for State officers 25,458 votes were polled. This number was called a full vote at that time. Now, however, the vote polled is said to exceed 42,000, an increase of 17,000 in oue year. Scmethiug like 15,000 of these votes were polled by persons who obtained certificates from the County Clerk upon their own affidavit, without any proof whatever that they were qualified electors, ^nd it is alleged that several thonsarid of them were fraud r>l nt voters. Tbe unprecedented iu* crease over the vote of lust year is at least suspicions, and gives the color of truth to tbe rumors that Sau Francisco was carried for Hayes and Davis by frauds ei t votes. An investigation of 'he alleged frauds is now being made, an l Major Bryant and Governor Irwiu are dt ermn.ed that there ahull he fair play. TELEGRAPHIC. ■ ♦.. . By Atlantic an I Pacific Llnr.y S' /" | SPECIA I. TO THE/* . EK STATE. J EASTJiKN ’DISPATCIIKS _1_ V What llonry TValerion aayt. Chicago, Nov. 14, 1876. The following was received to day by the Chicago Tribune from Henry Watewou of the Louisville Courier Journal, who is in New Orleans: “ New Orleans is quiet us a nursery. The people cannot be goaded into an outbreak. Tbe question now presented you is, ‘ Shall American people be cheated of their free choice aud their flee Government by a Landfill of des I perate characters like Kellogg, War mouth and Packard, backed by tbe President, or military?' Tins* reck less persons, followed by an army of plant ition negroes* are arrayed against tbe respectable eminent of society iu Louisiana. Nobody’s life is in dan ger, nor anybody’s liberty. Is it pos sible that you coo place the name of * worthless vagabond * against that of every property holder, banker, busi ness man and bonafide citizen?” < handler'* Denial. Washington, Nov. It. Secretary Chandler denies having in structed Kellogg to count Louisian* fur Huyes at all hazards. Ohio’s Majority. Columbus, Nov. 14. Semi-official returns from all the counties give Hayes a unjjrity of 6,323. f’l nniylvania'l Vote. Philadelphia. Nov. 14. The Republican majority iu this State is 14,989. with fseveu Democratic counties to bear from. Prominent Mon In Louisiana. Nzw Oblcans, Nov. 14. Gen. Palmer, Stanley Mathews, Ex Senators Doolittle and Trumbull, and many other prominent northern men arrived here last night. No violence is apprehended. Tbs State is Democratic by over 8,000 majority. Tbo Vote of Losiilana. New Obleanb, Not. 14. The Democratic committee have complete ieturoe made up from dupli cate lists of election supervisors, showing Tilden'i majority in the State to be 8,107, by which majority they claim to have carried the State. The returns show Nichols’ majority for Gov ernor to be nearly 9,000. ! An Opportunity jfor the AII1 cted to be t'urea at llonte. Two or more of tbe Burgeons of the National Surgical^nstitute, Iudiauapo lis, Indiana, will •‘visit Virginia City, Nevada, at Fredrick House, Nov. 28tb and 2t>tb, 187(>. It is needless to nay that Ibis Institution Las not only u National but, a world-wide reputation, having successfully treated more cases of Cripples tbuu any similar Institu tion iu the worliti Those suffering from Piles, Fistulb, Paralysis, Curva ture of tbe Spine, Hip or Knee joint diseases. Crooked limbs, Club feet, or any bodily deformity, cauuot afford to let this opportunity pass of receiving treatment at borne. TLe Surgeons will come prepared with all necessary ap paratus to treat tbe most difficult cases of deformity. , uqv13 tw — To avoid the danger of iufection, the linen of persons suffering from skin diseases of a contagious nature should be washed with Glen’s Sulphur Soup, which is not ouly a remedy but adis iufectaut. MEW TO-DAY. SUMMONS. In the District Court or thr Fourth Judicial District or the Stat* •r Nevada, County or Humboldt. T. C. Hanson, plaintiff, vs. I. S. Bowman, defendant. An action brought In the District Court of the f\ urth Judicial Distr.ct of tho Mule of Nevada in and for the County of Hiunb Idt, and the Complaint tiled in tho office of the C'leik of said Distiict Court on tho 11th day of Novefnber, A. D. 1870. Tho State of Nevada sends greeting to I. ft. Bowman, defendant; You a -e hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, 'i. C. Hanson, in the District Courk of the l'uur*li Judicial District of the Mate of Nevada, in and for the county of Humboldt, and to answer the Complaint filed thtrein witli tile Clerk of said Court within leu days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this .Summons—if served within this county; or, if served out of tnis county but in this Judieial District, within twenty days; otherwise, within forty days—or judgment by default will be taken against you aco riling to tho prayer of said complaint. Maid action is brought, to recover the sum of eight hundred dollars on certain prom isory note, executed and delivered by you to plaintiff with two per cent inti rest per month from 24th day of August, 187t>, and for foreclosure of c riaiii mortgage, executed and de ivt red i»' you to plaintiff, on lot three. Block ?, ill Wiuiietuueca, Nevada, anil the buildings situate thereon; said plaintiff also asks for tVcree of sale of said propeity by the hlici iff ef said county for U. S. gold coin, that the proceeds of said sale be upplud to the payment of the charges and expt uses of s.»id sal*, tho costs of this suit, the said principal sum and interest, as aforesaid, amt ten per cent, of the amount us attorney fees of plaint iff in this suit, and that defendant and all persois claiming limit r h in be fori ver barred ami f ired used of all equily of redemption, claim or interest in said property and every j pa f tin ,eof. I All of which will more fully appear by ref I m ine to said Complaint, a certified copy ol which accompanies this Mimmons. A:i i you ure hereby notified that l you fail totppiurand answer the said Complaint as above riqtlin-d, uunl pUiutfff will take said judgment and apply to the Courf for the re. ! lirf prayed for iu the siid complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of tile District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State i f Neva da. in and for the county of Hum boldt, this lUh day of .November, 1871). J. H. JOB, Clerk. M. S. BoMNirirLD, Attorney for Plaintiff. uov24 90 25 PER CENT. SAVED By Buying Year Goeila AT T1IE RED FRONT) NHW GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH. JUHT RECEIVED: 2,000 Iba, Choice .fji|iitii Teat 2,000 Iba. Kxtra Grain Co free i 500 Caura Assorted Can Goods And a well nelacted atock of CHOICE FAMILY «U0CKUIE> Fresh Butter and Eggs ALWAYS ON HAND. 20,000 CIGjYRS And a large assortment of PLUG and SMOKING TOBACCO, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES O the Latest Styles and Finest Qualitla California Fruits made a Specialty. Particular attention paid to filling Ord* . K. C. HOU INS, Red Front Building, y® ** Tiniitsinua Nt« NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE i.N H'ate and County Taxes for the fiscal year 1B75, ure now due and payable at the office of the Comity Treasurer, iiiid the laws in regaid to the same will be strictly enforced On all Taxes unpaid at the close of business on MONl-AY. NOVEMBER 20th, 1H7.7, ten per cent, will be added. > axes are to be paid in Coin. If sent by Express, charges must be Pr«P“><l- A. J. Sill PAKD, County Treasurer. " innemucca, Nct., October 1C, 1B74. oclC • FOR SALE. IWirx BELL CHEAP FOR CASH AN A No. 1 Stock Hunch, either fur cattle or sheep. Joining foothills, with plenty of outlet, embracing 320 acres, of which ;ou seres is good agiieultural land, with plenty of water and feed. For further particulars, address B. F ltlLFY, I'aradis* Valley, Nor. 2, ■7^*ra<litaV*Ut‘y MISCELLANEOUS. J. E. SABINE, WATCHMAKER ^ ....AND.... J 23 'W 33 TLm 3E3 XI.. Bridge Street, Winnomucca. • j , L CLOCKS. WATCHES. JEWELRY FAKCY COCDS. TOYS. ETC. CAPS FURNISHING GOODS, CROCKERY & GLASSWARK HARDWARE, Family Groceries CIGARS, TOBACCO, FRESH k CANNED FRUITS |y Goods delivered in any part town free. fel tf CITY BREWERY DEPOT, First Door Fast of N. Urjr & Co.’a. BRIDGE STREET. WINNKMCCCA. JOHN JSR32N3.P20P2IS702 rpiIE PROPRIETOR OF THE, X City Brewery deeires to Inform! the trade and the public generally,) that he make* the BEST LAGER BEER IN IIl'MBOLDT COUNTY 1 And as good as any on the coast. Try my t!e< r a id yon will not send abroad for yotn hereafter. l>er sold by tin. Barm I, Keg, l*ma-l, or in any quantity desired, at tin very lowest possible price*. Also, furnished Wholesale and Retail, at the Shot test Notice, and at the Lowest Prices, on tbs RAILROAD AND ELSEWHERE. myi tf Send 25c. t o p rowell *co.,n>w York, for Pamphlet of list pages, contain ing lists of 3,(M«| I < Wf papers, and estimates showing cost of advertising. N. LEVY, M. NIPOET., 220 k 222 California st., Bridge sud Third sts baa I'aaHCiaoo. Wissmcns, N. LEVY & CO., ....eieiaw or._ GENERAL MERCHANDISE, WOOL, HIDES AND CRAIN. TO WOOL-GROWERS Or HEVADi We are prepared to Purchase the SPRING CLIP OP WOOL At the Highest Market Price. AOBNTS ••• • FOBe see OLD ’76 WHISKY ....AKDTM CKLWUTXD..,, WAMPOO BITTERS. WINNKMUCCA, NEVADA. EXH «U17 u MISCELLANEOUS. W. F. STEVENS. BRIDGE STREET. Winnemucca, Nevada ....DKALEB IX.... I32F5.XJCS-S3 MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, VARNISHES PAINTS, COLOB8 WINDOW OI.A SB, OILS. TOILET AnrinLF.3, I’KIlLTVFTLT, POCKET < L'TLKMT. UKirslIES. bTA I ION El! K TOUACCO. ETC., l.TC. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS For Medical Use. Prxirriptlotii <'nr«-fully ComponvdM deHtf W. F. STEVENS, • • • .AND. . • . i SILVER STATE MILLS, PARADISE VALLEY, REV., DAVIS Sl PIERCE, Proprietor*. FLOUR, FEED » BARLEY, SHORTS, Bran and Chicken Feed, ALWAYS ON iiand. All Orders promptly Attended to TERMS CASH. ♦ I UmI © H ® i ji I M s; 2 © 3 © B © a § ; Pr O 0 1 L