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THE SILVER STATE.
Thursday........ October 91,188*. SHARON AND WREN. William Sharon, of San Francisco, is a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate, a position which he has hetd, bat rarely attempted to All, during the past five years. Mr. Wren is also a candidate for the position, but many doubt his sincerity. He stated on the stump here that Sharon had not money enough to buy his way back to the Senate, yet we are told by such excel lent Republican authority, as the Reno Hazette, that Mr. Sharon and Mr. Wren were closeted secretly together at a hotel at that place recently. It looks suspicious, to say the least, that a man who says publicly on the stump that Sharon does not represent Nevada in the Senate, and has not money enough to buy his way back there, should be bolding secret conferences with him. The Carson Appeal, which is earn estly opposed to Sharon, says there seems to be some doubt as to the sin cerity of Wren’s intention in running f*r United States Senator, and quotes the following from the Elko Independ ent on the subject mere are tew intelligent men who believe that Mr. W'ren is a candidate, except to receive a miraculous windfall. He eannot be elected by anything less than a miracle. If the Republicans hold the Legislature Sharon will be chosen; if the Democrats have the ma jority they certainly will not select Mr. W ren. Knowing this, all men know it, there can be only one conclusion drawn from the. premises, and that is that W ren’s candidature is a pretence and a fraud; that he is a representative of Mr. Sharon and not of himself. The present Senator may be able to control the western portion of the State, but in the eastern there is an independent Re publican element not so easily managed. The only way to reach many of them is to impose upon their credulity. They denounce Sharon, but case their politi cal conscience by a hurrah for Wren; but when Wren’s supposed votes go to Ohrson what will become of them? V*’hat will become of Wren? These votes will go to Sharon, if they can do that gentleman any good. In brief, Wren's mission is to gather up anti Sharon votes in Eastern Nevada and deliver- them to Sharon’s manipulators •ext Winter; or if not numerous enough to do any good, he is to receive the empty honors of a complimentary nomi •ation.” The Appeal says the easiest way to silence this sort of talk is to secure a pledge from each of the Legislative nominees,, that he will vote against Aharon. That suggestion is a good one, but will, the candidates make such a pledge? It is morally certain that Sharon could not get a corporal’s guard to vote for him in this county against any respectable citizen of the State, •nless people have changed their minds very Lately, yet it is possible, that he may receive votes for Senator from this County as the candidates are not pledged against him._ GARFIEDD AND THE CHINESE. A letter from General Garfield, on the labor and Chinese questions, ap pears in another column. It shows conclusively that he believs the Chinese treaty should not bo abrogated until the interests of manufacturers are con served, and advise* the manufacturers bo employ the cheapest labor they can buy. This will undoubtedly be the death-knell of Garfield on this coast, where, although it was known that he voted to sustain the President’s vet© of tile Chinese Restriction bill, his parti sans claimed that he favored the abro gation of the Burlingame Treaty. No workingman who consults his own in Bere8ts, can or will vote for James A. s&wfiold for President of the United States. It will lose him thousands of votes in tho manufacturing centers of tita East, where white men. have been obliged to a greater or less, extent, of lbte, to compete with Chinese labor. For a laboring man, East or West, to vote for a man for President who enter tains such sentimeuta on the Chinese question, is simply to say that he does *ot believe tu suppressing Chinese un* ■ ignition. The tawr* of Sandwich, Cape Cod, Maes... leitt-aampleto pomes© ion oi riot ous ktixusera. TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. CAKF1ELD ON THE CHINESE. What He Says in a Confidential Let* ter to the Employers’ Union of Massachusetts. The New York Truth publishes the following letter from James A. Garfield on the Chinese question, this morning under the head of “ Garfield’s Death Warrant.” The letter is authentic and in General Garfield’s hand-writing, and denial is worse than useless. It un masks the hypocrisy of the Republican Presidential candidate on the labor question. In this infamous letter, ad vocating an extended Chinese immigra tion, Garfield declares himself adverse to the laboring man’s interest and in favor )f the Employers’ Union, which he adrises to employ the cheapest labor available : “PSRSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL.’* Hoise of Representatives, ) Washington, I). C., [ January 23. 1880. } Dear Shi : Yours in relation to the Chinese problem came duly to hand. I take it that the question of employers is only a question of private and cor porate economy, and individuals,or com - panies have the right to buy labor where they can get it cheapest.* We have a treaty with the Chinese Govern ment, which should be religiously kept until its provisions are abrogated by the action of the General Government, and* I am not prepared to say that it should be abrogated until our great manufac turing interests are conserved in the manner of labor. Very truly, yours, J. A. Garfield. H. L. Marcy, Employers’ Union, Lynn, Massachusetts, The original letter of which t!>e fore going is a true copy, is in Truth’s- pos session. It was mailed at Washington by tho Republican candidate for Presi dent, to Henry L. Marcy, a prominent member of the Employers’ Union, Lynn, Mass. At his death, which re cently occurred, it was found among his effects. The envelope, inclosing it, the original of which is also in Truth’s possession is marked “Pfersonal,” as carefully as the letter itself is marked “personal and confidential.” W. H. Barnitm. An address has been issued by the leading business men of New York city to the voters of the county, calling upon them to support Hancock and in crease his majority. The address re views the prosperity of the country since both Houses of Congress have been Democratic, and points out that the Democratic party to-day in its platform has not a single menace against any legitimate industry. Among the signers are Royal Pheljw, John J. Cisco, David M. Stone, Charles L Dickey, D. Willis, James and Anson I Phelps Stokes. BOIt. HARMER— Hi Queen City, October llta, to th» wife of Ed. Mariner, a son. SEW TO-DAY. NOTICE To Alt, Whom U Slay Concern. My wife, MARY ©ANS,. having left my bed and board without any provocation, I will note be responsible for any debts sho may contract from and after this date. L. 8. OANS Bullion of Paradise Mill, Oetoher IS, 1880. o2I,30d niUBOLDT REDUCTION WORKS! Attention, Miners } ORES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, IN ANY quantity, from a sack to onothouxand tong, bought, sampled and paid for the same day. Parties from a distance can gave money by sending consignments in care of C. 8, OSBORN, who will act for them on reasonable termg, ac cording to amounts of oreg. He will sample for partieg, and collect dues and forward by return express. Ores Paid for in Void Coin! We will pay 75 per rent, or Hilve Value of Ore, dr darting $20 per to l'or milling. Mark sacks, “H. R. W., WinuMmicca.’1 E. P. TOIIREY, Manager. Winneinusca, August 8, lastk tf CAVTIOS! The public are hereby cautioned not to pur chase or iMgotiats for County Warrant No. 7840, drawn in favor of J. II. Job, for $61 00, er» the Redemption Fund, as die saute has been lost and the payment of the same hag been stopped by notifying the County Treasurer TRUSTEES HL'MBOLDT LODGE,. No. lti, 1. o. Or a. Winnetnucca Nev , July 10, 1880. Furnished House Wanted. Wanted, for the Winter, a neatlv furnished House, by a family with no small children. Ajiply at once at this office. olS-Jt DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING! RALLY !: RALLY ! ! RALLY ! ! t HON. 6, li. BERRY —AND— «. S. ItOWIHKIO. KHQ. Will address the citizens cf Lovelock, at 71 o’clock, SATIROAY CYFAKC, October *3, 1KHO, ON THE POLITICAL. ISSUES OK THE DAY. Citizens of all political parties are invited to be present on this occasion. The Indies are specially invited. ol9-td F. STEINHARDT, 130 .1 Street, between Filtb and Sixth, Sacramento, California. I- M- P-O-l-T -E - a » FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FANCY AND DRY GOODS! The Newest Styles- ami Designs 'it Plain and Brocaded Silks, Velvets, and Dress Goods I Satins to match! Choicest Assortment of Hosiery. lUitous, Lares, Embroider deries; Satin and Kroagraln Rib bons; Fanry Ribbons, Corsets. Merino Indemear, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, CLOAKS AM) DOLMAN S A Handsome Assortment of L-IIL’a—I—E —8; Fresh Hand made and Embroidered l-XI>-E-R\V-E-AR^ ALL DOMESTIC GOODS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES ! ONE TRU E ONLY! Every article, marked in plain figures at i'A Very Lowest Price. $3'Particular attention paid to COUNTRY CRDEES. Samples sent on application. F. STF. IVKARDT, ol9-3m SaiTiiuuHilu, Cul. Proposed Amendment* [prncuL.] P»ip»sisl 4nu>B<lnirul to tlir Const) tnttou of the State of Nevada, pnssed ut the Ninth Session of the Legisla ture. No. XXVI.— Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 28: Rksolvkd, by the Senate, the Assembly eon earring. That the Constitution of the State of Nevada be amended as follows: Amend Section ‘got Article IV of the Consti tution of the State of Neva'ia, so as to read as followw. Sbc. 2—The session of the Legislature shall be biennial, and shall comment e on the first Monday of February next ensuing the election of tlie Members of the Assembly, unless the Governor of the State shall, in the interim, convene the Legislature by proclamation. [Pasted March 4, 1879.J. I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the enrolled resolution on file in my office, 4-—*—• In witness whereof, I have here J gfAL 1.lin^° set my hand and affixed the ( ' | Great Seal of State. Done at office *—•—** in Carson, this 2d day of August, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and eighty. JASPER BABCOCK, Secretary of State. “FASHION” LIVERY, FEED AND SALE S—T—A—BL—E—! Bridge Street, Winnamucca, Nevada. *» L HICKAKB.Proprietor.. LIVERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. At Kcnsonnhlc Kates. ELEGANT TIRNOITS, Double or single, can always be procured." , Horses Hoarded by the Huy, Week or Month. tcf Horses Bought and Sold. 1511 Slock, Horses for Solo, at Heosonable Hates. Hay and Grain For Sale! er Passengers and freight conveyed to all parts of the country. Dully .singe Huns to Pnrndlso Mines l Winnetaucca, 31areh 2S, IS80. U ». Dkl»a5c», K. Rbinha** E. REINHART & CO., WIN3EMUCCA, NXYADAr Forwarding and Commission _ M-E—K-C-H-A-M-T-S. -DEALERS 13 J_+4-44 44 »4 +4 44~4t 44_4 G E N E U A L MERCHANDISE, T-f 44 4+4+44 +T+4rt WfOOE AND HIDES. S. RKIXHABZ A CO. V¥iniK>«»ucc«, June If, 19<8v ff LEVI & 1’O _ -O Fornardinx and Comnii»»ion c ooooooooooooooooo*© g -1 MERCHANTS. I O. c o ©ooooooootwooooooeo » -DEAIJBRS IN' G«‘u#ml IMTcretiaiirii**, ciutral AlXcrchaiidUe, W-O-O-L A-N-D Ik-L-D-Er-fJ, :FLOUR AND GRAIN.: --o ! wiwi!hh w,i Jfir. i :) " ‘ritt«mu8c*, JUtv., June 1, ISsO. tf BAJA CALIFORNIA DAMIANA BITTERS; RESTORATIVE, INVIOORATOR AND NERVINE. The Great Stomach Regulator AND DYSPEPSIA COKE. THE MEXICAN REMEDY FOR DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. D—A—M—I—A—N—A Is a Mexican Herb, an<l comes from La p^ DAMIANA was flrwft made and drank by the Mexicans as a TONIC for the stomach an,! bowels. DAMIANA ia acknowledged by those who hav» wwt it to Im> a great INVIOORATOR and NERVINE. “Daroiana” aids directly upon the kidney* making them stronger. “Damiana" is a splendid laxative to the bowel, thus keeping the fiver from becoming torpid Damiana Gives Appetite! LLVV A CO., igrnk, aul3-ty At Winnemuoea, N'ev. _ KIXNI1K COO UN! . • JUST RECEIVED AT THE POSTOFFICIf STORE, X STOCK OT WHITE C.OOOs, Consisting of COATS, PANTS AX® VESTS' Lln-n llnttm for HI (Hi fit $1 it. F. C. ROBINS Wtnnemucca, June 28, 1880. Administrator's Notice-. In the District Court of tin- Fourth Jbdicis! District of tiie State of Nevada, in and for the Count J of Humboldt, in the matter of the es tate of HENRY OFT, deceased : The Administrator of the estate of Henry Opt, deceased, having duly filed Ids final u> count herein for settlement, it is ordered by the Court that the 8th day of November, 1880. at 10 o'clock a. u , be and the same is hereby *ct for settlement of said account, in open court. Attest J. H. JOB. (Jlcrk of the Fourth Judicial District Court of Nevada Dated: October ?8th, 1880. ol8 td Xotice to Taxpayers. Treaki:rxr'sOmcr., lit mbolot Coo-ty, » Wixnkmuuca, Nev., OctoU-r letb, 18*0. ) Notice to hereby given, that the State am) County Taxes for the fiscal year 1880are now dm and payable at this otticu, uml that the law it • regard to tlicir collection will be strictly en forced. on all taxes unpaid at the close of official business on the 16th day of November next, there will 1* added U,-:t percent lor dnlinqueli cy, as provided by law . A. J. SHEPARD, County Treasurer, olt-td H. V. STL\ E.YN, BRIOOK STKKKT, W1NNEMUOCA, Nev. CHEMICALS, VARNISHES, PAINTS,COLORS Window glass, Oils, Toilet Articles, Perfumer Pocket Cutlery, Brushes, Stationery, Tobacco. PURE WINKS AND LIQUORS For Mcdienl use. tV Prenoriptiou* Carufaliy Compounded W. F. STEVENS. W inn emu oca, October 8, 1878 UEXKY HI St'81, DEALER IN Wiiiev, Liquors and Vicars,. -AJUHJ — The ('holer** Itrimd* of OFFOMTR THK COCKT H0TOK. Wmaretnueoa, November H*. 1379. 15-M Registration Notice. Notlr* >a hereby given, that the time for th. registration of tin: name* of the quail tied elect or* in Election DDtrint No. 11, of Inion Town nhip, Humboldt County, Nevada, prior to th» (iencral Election to he held ox the 2d day ot November, 188U, win expire on the 21st day of October, 1330 at 9 o’clock l\ x ; until which time from ami after this date, the Regrntmti'r Office will he opurr from 7 o'clock a. x. until t’ o’clock r. x. <2. S. OSBORN, Registrar. Wlnrvemucca, Oetolrer 10, 18i*k td SILL OF STOFK. I wilf veil Thlrty*f1ve or Forty Head of ('Hftlev consisting of Cow*, Calve* ami Beef Steer.: also. THIRTY HEAD <>K HORSES, MAKES AND COOTS. I will aell the whole lot or a.ty part of them. The Cattle and Horses ■ are venue. 1 have alno sotiv> FARM WAHOXS and Ini plciaenU, which I will sell cheap. W. W. CROSS. Wirmtmucca, August 23, 1881. M F O U C 0 NSTA11LE. WfMley Antrim lx a cawldatc for CONSTABLE of Union Township, subject to the approval of the quali fied elector*of the township. FOR CONSTABLE. A. T. Wilson , Announoee himself a candidate for the oflloe o! CONSTABLE of Union Township, subject to the approval of the qualified electors of the township. t> L X 1 I S1K V . r. w. jouvituv, tut, ha* opencil uu olHoe In Mr* » Clark « house, next door to tin ' City Drue Store, ami i* now pre |iurru Ufi worn m tfrent branches o< Dentistry. Winueinuneu, August 1«, JsaO.