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THE SILVER STATE.
Hatnrrtay..Srplruibur 18, 1880. TIIE ORGANS* MUSIC. Two years ago tho Republican State Convention adopted resolutions pledg ing the party to* regulate fares and freights on railroads in the State. Ow ing partly to this plank, which the peo ple supposed would be carried out to the letter, and the popularity of John i\ Jones, because of his advocacy of the Silver bill, tho Legislature was Repub lican by a majority of 4J on joint bal lot. Some of the unsophisticated mem bers, who believed that the party meant to carry out the promises made in its platform, favored legislation in accord ance with their pledges. Among these was Senator Boardman, of Washoe, who made a gallant tight for the people, and from first to last stood by his pledges. The other day he was defeat ed for a re-nomination in the Republi can convention of Washoe county, it is said, by the influence of the Virginia and Truckee railroad. The Virginia Enterprise which, though claiming to bo the leading Republican paper of Ne vada, is, judgiug from its course, for tho railroads first and the Republican party afterwards, and rejpices over Mr. iloardinan's defeat, and suggests that he bo given the nomination for Consta ble of Reno., Another member of the Legislature, H. A. Comins, of White Pine, threw party pledges overboard and voted against Board man, McConnell, Morri son, Melarkey, and other Republicans and Democrats,. on every proposition allccting the railroads. The Cherry Creek Independent charged that in doing so Mr. Coruins was influenced, as Mr. Tritlo aptly expresses it, by coin or unworthy promises. For this a White Pine Grand Jury, without the knowledge of the District Attorney, who was a Democrat, indicted the edi tor of the Independent for libel. The trial of the case was continued from time to time, and finally the complaint was withdrawn, Mr. Comins paying the costs incurrod by the defendant. Now, Mr. Comins is a candidate for re-elec tion, and the Enterprise indorses his candidacy. It rejoices over the defeat of Mr. Boardmau, one of the few Re publicans who endeavored to redeem his pledges to the people, and advocates the re-election of Mr. Comins, who op posed him on every proposition to reg ulate faros and freights. That is the music of the leading Republican organ of Nevada, and it expects the honest members of the party, w hile under the excitement created by the Presidential contest, to dance to its tunes. The Silver State predicted, some time ag», that this would be the case, and cau tioned its readers not to overlook the interests of the State in the flury of na tional politics. It is of the greatest importance to the people to. elect a Leg islature that will represent the inter ests of the masses, not of the corpora tions, which are amply able to take care of themselves. State affairs require more attention from the people of Neva da than uatioual matters, as they have exclusive control of the one, and cut but a very small figure in the other flee to it that no man is elected to the legislature, no matter what his politics may be, that you are afraid to trust, »ud heed not the siren voice of the Eli. t Ttirise, which lures you to destruction. INGEHSOLL’S SUGGESTION'S. !iob Ingersoll, who acknowledges no God but Garfield, and fears no devil M»fc Hancock, is just now making speeches and suggestions to the Repub licans for %'2Z<J a night and expenses paid. He counsels the Republicans to vote the straight ticket from President 11 Constable^ and denounces as traitors the supporters of a Union General. He descends to the level of a machine pcli t.cian who believos in the infallibility of nominating conventions, and shout and voto for everybody on tho ticket, whether they be honest or corrupt, capable or inefficient. Though ahead of the age in his theological ideas, he is behind it in his political views, and udvauces theories which only the most rabid partisans indorse or recommend. He is also credited with, another bril bauk proposition. He is very anxious that the Republicans shall cajrry the election, and he thinks what they need to do it is a aafbciuntly large campaign fund, Tho contributions exacted from the office-holders apparently seem to him insufficient, and he offers to secure success by getting a thousand people to subscribe a thousand dollars each. That, he thinks, will carry the election^ The New York Herald says: “It is not enough, Mr. Ingursoll. If the Re publican party can elect its ticket only by a large campaign fund, it needs more than a million dollars. If it can get votes without bribery, it does not need this million at all. Let us keep the ‘forty acres and a mule’ policy out of Northern politics as long as possible. It worked well for a few yeans in the South as a Republican ‘dodge,’ but the negroes who were brought out by it did not all get their pay, and presently be came disgusted. It ought to be under stood that the ‘campaign fund’ business is very easily overdone. No party succeeds merely because it has a long purse. ” _ WILL THE LEADER EXPLAIN? The Eureka Leader says “the Silver State ha8 always insisted on misrepre senting it under its present manage ment.’’ Our sprightly contemporary is certainly mistaken. The Silver State has never intentionally done anything of the kind. We supposed, from the Leader’s studied silence on Sharon’s candidacy, that it favored his re-elec tion, and we intimated as much on one or two occasions. If that was misrep-* resentation, the Leader, like the Carson Appeal, Reno Journal, Reno Gazette and Elko Post, all Republican papers, count nave ceauuy sei nseii rigm; ou the matter, bat we have no recollection of its having printed a line in condom nation of the attempted outrage of elect ing a resident of California to the United States Senate from Nevada. A few days ago it pronounced for Mr. Wren for Senator, a circumstance which was noted in the Silver State at the time. We admire the ability and energy which the Leader displays in attempt ing to brighten the tarnished record of its Presidential candidate, and have never knowingly misrepresented it or him. If the Leader thinks otherw ise, anil will point out an instance in which we have done so, we will eberfully cor rect the mistake. TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. Tho following was received at the headquarters of the National Demo cratic Committee from Portland: The returns from 468 towns give Plaisted 70,019, Davis 70,65)8—a Republican majority of 670. There are 68 towns and plantations to be heard from yet, which in 1878 gave 842 Democratic majority and will now give more than 1,000. The Republicans papers pretend | to claim a majority for Davis, and are trying to confuse the returns to assist their attempted frand, but there is no doubt of Plaisted’s election. Treasury officials anticipate that the shipments of standard silver dollars for the present week will exceed that of any previous week. There were about $300,000 of this coin.shipped yesterday, ! $200,000 of which went south. Barnurn, Chairman of the Democratic Committee, says the latest information is So the effect that Plaisted has a clear majority of somewhere from 500, to 1,500, in Maine. The Republicans charge that white voters are being imported into Indiana by the Democrats, and the Democrats charge that the Republicans are im porting negroes. The Concord (New Hampshire) Mon itor, though a Republican paper, is evi dently not an admirer of Hayes or Car tield. It says: “One Ohio President in a century is enough. There are some things which even Republican in stitutions cannot stand.” ■BMHaaaap>aB>MBSBBsanaBBna Tobacco Clirwrni mid Sunken. New Deal Navy, J. B. Pace's, Cal*le Coil, Jackson’s- Best, Lorilaird’s Beat, Cold Nugget, Light Pressed,Old Judge, Vanity Fair, Fragrant, Durham, and Fine Cut Tobaccos, and a full line of all kinds of Cigarettes, just received direct from the manufacturers, and for sale at au!4_ F. C. Roisiw’. Pure < Wo have just received our own brand of coffee, the finest in the market* Try it. mo Levy & Co. Cool uuii toinlorlablc. Call at F. C. Robins’, and fit your self with a white coat, pants and vest, all of which are being s*id at cost. _ jo-8 Wine for Unite Heart* At Frank F'ellows’ Fashion Sample Rooms can be procured the genius im ported Charles Heidsieck. tf SPECIAL LOCALS. NoUiins Hliort ef I'nailMfaltnble Ben efits confined upon tens of thousands of sufferers could originate anil main tain the rejiutatiou which Ayer’s Sar saparilla enjoys. It is a compound of the best vegetable alteratives, with the Iodides of Potassium and Iron, aud is the most effectual of all remedies for scrofulous, mercurial, or blood disor ders. Uniformly successful and certain* in its remedial effects, it jiroduees rapid and complete cures of scrofula, sores, boils, humors, piaijdes, erujitions, skin. | diseases, aud all disorders arising troiu imjHirities of the blood.. By its invig orating effects it always relieves and. often cures liver complaints, female weaknesses and irregularities, and is a Siotent renewer of vitality. For puri ying the blood it bas no equal. It tones up the system, restores and pre serves- the health, and imparts vigor and energy, For forty years it has been in extensive use, and is to-day the most available medicine for the suffer ing sick anywhere. 2-ly Itnw It Is Ueuc. The first object in life with the Amer ican j>cople is to “get rich;” the second, how to regain good health. The first can be obtained by energy, honesty and saving; the second—good health—by using Green’s August Flower. Should you be a despondent sufferer from any of the effects of Dyspejisia, Liver Com plaint, Indigestion, etc., such as Sick. Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, ! Sour Stomach, Habitual Costiveanss, Dizziness of the Head, Nervous Pros tration, Low Spirits, etc., you need not suffer another day. Two doses of August Flower will relieve you at once. Sample bottles, 10 cents, lfeg ular size, 75 cents. Positively sold by all first-class druggists in the United States. Core *43. — “Brown’s Bronchial Troches ” are used with advantage to alleviate coughs, sore throat, hoarseness anil branchial affections. For thirty years these Troches have been in use, with annually increasing favor. They are not new and untried, but, having been tested by wide and constant use for nearly an entire generation, they have attained well-merited rank among the few staple remedies of the age. Thk Throat.—“Browa’s Bronchial Troches” act directly on the organs of the voice. They have an extraordinary eL’ect in all disorders of the throat and larynx, restoring a healthy tone when relaxed, either frftm cold or over-exer tion of the voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunciation. Speakers and singers find the Troches useful. A Cough, cold, catarrh or sore throat requires immediate attention, as neglect oftentimes results in some incurable lung disease. “Brown's Bronchial Troc&ks” will almost invariably give relief. Imitations are offered for Rale, many of w hich are injurious. The gen uine “Brown’s Bronchial Troches ’ are sold only in boxes. jal3-ly I W1.h!i Kxcrj Inuly fat knoH. Rev. (feorge H. Thayer, an old citi zen of this vicinity, known to every one as a most influential citizen and a Cliris tiaa minister of the M. E. Church, just this moment stopped at our store to say: “I wish everybody to know that I consider that both myself and w ife owe our lives to Shiloh's ConnumjAion Cur?.” It is having a tremendous sale over our counters, and is giving perfect satisfac tion in all casos of Lung Diseases, such as nothing else has done.” Du*. Match ktt & Franck. Bourbon, Ind., May 15, 1S7H. Sold by C. A. I)s8ausscre, Druggist. nS-eop For lame back, aide or che9t, use Shiloh'x Porous Plantar. Price 75 ets. Sold by C. A. DeSausbcf.e, Druggist, Winnemuoca, Nev. nS-eop NEW TO-DAY. FOR SENATOR. Charles Nd oniicll Is a candidate for STATE. SKNATOIt for Hum boldt County, subject t« the decUion ot the Democratic Convention. FOR COUNTY CLERK. F<*rd. Kie«l A nnounces himself a candidate for the office of CHI NTY CI.KKK of Humboldt County, sub ject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. Notice to Ta\-I*ayerH. Otrtcii or tmk County Clbric, ». W'lnucmucon, Hiunboldt County, Nev., - September 17, 1880. ) Notice is hereby given, that the Assessor of said County has this day, according to law, de livered to the undersigned, at his ofliee, in Wiunenmcca, his TAX LIST or ASSESSMENT ROLL of all property assessed in said county for the fiscal year 1880, together with his cer tificate thereto; uls* the Map Hook anil the original List of property; and that said roll will, from and after this date, he open for inspection; also, that the Honorable Hoard of Equalization of said County will meet at the Clerk's Office on Moiidny, September 30tb, 1880, At 10 o’clock a. m., and wiUicontinue in session, from time to time, until the business of equali zation presented to them io disposed of as pro vided by law. .1. II. JOB, County Clerk, And ex-officio Clerk of the Board of County ConiwUsiooers of said Humboldt, Nevada, td N. Dbmaugo, E. Sa»JiA*>. E. REINHART & CO., WI&NSKUCCA, NEVADA, Forwarding and Commission ffl-E-R-C-II-A-»-T -S. DEALERS IN ]_♦♦♦»■»■»++♦4+++4-M-_i GENERAL III ERCDA NOISE. - 4+ H-++ + + +T++ +♦“ ’ j WOOL AND HIDES. K. K1U NILAltT & t\>. June 12, 1'JwO. ti LEVY & lO., -o I'orwardiiti; and C'ouimis.sioii c ®O*€>OmH)OOOO0OO0OOO j I MKIM1IANTS. | -DEALKlUt IN— eneral eacral Merchandise, ereUautli.se, \V (>UKL A K-r> H I-D B S, FLO I K AM) CiltAlX. o wiN.vimieei, vi.r. tr Winiiunucoa, X«v., June 1, lSWi. M. HOFMAK, mas just received *** +♦♦+++ +++++*♦+♦++ -H- ++ ++ ft + » * t O O I> 8 ! ♦++ ♦■+++++ ■*•+♦+++ ■«■ ++ *++-+ -H- ++ +♦ ♦ Direct from tha factories, whiuh will b» O OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO 5 -| SOLD at LIVING PRICKS'. |_. O OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO i Uavr V» ODI JKefus* inrtlon Goods To offer, and no “ Price List” to publish, but WILL SELL NEW GOODS At Prices Satisfactory Por Buyer or Sailer. 1L IIOFMA.X tf Wmnemueca, li »y 7,1S80. SAKDLLRV. IB A SC > ESS* .... AND ... . BOOT AND SIIOK store, Bridge street, nimictiucvii, Nevada, ( ,\ fir Brick llvil'lin'i.J M. ft. KTAI Y!<»> has constantly on ban* a large assortment of all kinds of Saddle*, IIarneis, •_ - v Nyantsb ami Amer ican hits, Round or n Flat Bridles, Pinches, buck skin*. skrey •kiias.Alura Old I usee Leaf her, Raw Hide*. Heins, Han garoo I'.eins, b.*ddlt-trees, -o Quick’s lleattaM, Hack&ruores, All uti le* of ——o- — W hi|>lashes, II. B. STAUNTON, Bridles, A hipstock*, »—A—I*—II- -L—K IB. II. *TAlNTO.\ MASurAcn ars Till; HMST HOOTrt.. at the lowest micas — AND— MAKNSltt* NAKEtt, Briihjt St rut, Winntmvcea, NEVADA _ 3 ES Hilary Whip*. Hiding \\ hijn* Blanket sheets for Morse., IInod* and Buggy Rein*, Lap Kobe*, General A» * irtinent of Clove*, Heat Brands of all I3' Boots, Kir da of Ladle* Calf, S' Balmorals, Wages' OaM Balmorals. Button Shoes, Miaseo awl Chiklren’* Leather Shoes o( all kind* for sal. at the lowest cash price. Boots made to order for all price# from 111 to •■’A> |mt pair. Repair in „• in the Kiddle. Harness and Boot Uepartinent promptly at tended So. at prise* to suit the time*. Hoot* id the best Uranus sold a* cheap us anywhere <* the Pacific Slot*;. No light dress shoes for Ladies kept in stock. M. If. .STAl’STOS. te2t-7U tf RAILROAD FEED 4XD SALE KTAKLE.. UPPER WLNNKMUCCA. The most convenient and comfortable StsLU in Winneuuuua. The Proprietor will spare no pains to give satisfaction to freighter* are. others who stay favor lum with their patruiiage, A goo-A supply of the hast HAY AND GRAIN To he found in the market. HAVE ALWAYS ON 1IAM> A REGULAR JOBBING WAGON Running to and from the I>c)>ot. All order* for hauling promptly attended to In connection with the Stable I have a complete stock of ' LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. Consisting in part of Building and Pence Lumber, Posts, Shingle# •Shakes, lioors*. W indow-Blinds, Picket*, Mouldings, Ac. V. NARAMOHE. Proprietor. 11 EX BY K1S1U, I) K A li K It I N Wiii(% Liquors autl <’i*tars. ALKO r — 1 lie 4'lioire*l It mini* *f IJerr. ^_) orrofin Tiir. cowt Howe. Wianemueca, November 16, )K7v). 16-tf S 1’ SI SI E R GOODS! JUST RECEIVED AT THE POSTOFFICK STORE, A STOC K OF HIIITK UOODH. Consisting of < OATS, BfANTS 1X0 VESTSr Linen lor tjtl W Is •! F. C. ROBINS Wl.-rriemui.fft, June 28, 1880. FOR SALE! Store* anil Stork in Colcomla,. Arvada. A rare opportunity for any person eontem plating going into business. Terms given on application either to K. N LEVY, Unicorn*, New, or LEVY A Co. Winntnmcc*, N«* \V iutiemui'ca, August 12, lMbU. U