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TIESBAT MAY 26, 1880 A SHARON PAPER HEARD FROM The G.ld Hill News, speaking of the Ap peal's plan to elect a United States Senator, ays: " Unles the statute especially providing for the ways and mean and defining th method of electing the United States Senator is first changed by the Legislature; it will hare to be strictly adhered to as the only egal course to be recognised or adopted in this matter." Does the News assert that an indication of the choice of the people at the primaries would intnrfere with the regular legislative election I The election could be proceeded with after the usual form and the man who came before that body backed by the voice of the people would have claims which could not be ignored. The News states that the last cartoon of the Appeal represent ed Tritle as a sack candidate as well as Sharon, This is incorrect. Deacon Parkinson was represented in the garb of a juggler, throwing up a bag. of money i Sharon and a caaaon ball (Tritle). The Appeal has sever even insinuated that Tri tie expected to make a sack fight. He has plainly avowed his determination to do no th ing of the kind. His idea is to make all the candidates contribute their share to common fund for the legitimate expenses of the party, and he has expressed his will ingness te enter the field on the plan pro posed by the Appeal. We may as well say right here that ef all the candidates yet be fore the people. F. A. Tritle. is the choice of this paper. M. P. FbeemanA Co.'sbankat Elko has collapsed. The break is said to be a bad on9' mm Paddx Ryan and Joe Goss met yesterday morning at Fort Hamilton and fought eleven rounds, when Ryan was declared victorious. Goss was well whipped. The Tribune man proposes to swallow a crow. If he swallews a trained crow such as Tom Magure used to own, he will have more brains in his stomach than he ever had iii his ead. On Sunday a train on the Santa Cruz railway carrying excursionists to a picnic jumped the track and fifteen persons were killed and about fifty wounded, some of whom are likely to die. MissLillie Bjoth, daughter of John Booth proprietor of the Reveille, has just been mar ried to L. W, Getcholl. Having married in to a journalist family he'll Getchell through the Htreeille if he don't treat his wife properly. The Bodie JVetiM threatens to come out as an evening as the Bodie Chronicle did a few days before it died. There are too many newspapers in Bodie and it will be a question of the sur vival of the fittest. The Free Press and Stand jumI are quite sufficient for the journalistic needs ef the town. The News has no vitality as a paper and should be run as a semi monthly. The Pacific Life exposes' the frauds connec ted with the late mustang riders' race at Gol den Gate Park. The Life is the , only paper which has had the independence to do this, while the dailies, with $100 worth of ad vert is- ing each,! puffed the swindle persistently. The Life deserves the support of, all respectable sports on the coast for its determined efforcs to clear the pastimes of the turf of all disrep u table surroundings which are so fast driving decent people away from them. f " ' Jvpgb. Beaitt. The White Pine Nw speaking of Chief Justice Beatty, says; 'The Judge will undoubtedly come before the State Convention and . ask . for a renomination Judge Beatty is eneof the ablest lawyers that ever sat on the Supreme Bench of this State, and we consider his nomination equivalent te an election," Yet the V. A Ti Railroad Com pany, assisted by the Central Pacific, assert that they will beat him. .They will find it nearly m hard to beat Beatty as to boss him. One is Jniprebable jand the the. other impos sible. . Tut Mcssli Slouoh Outrage; It is im? possible to make a respectable defense, of the disgraceful part, taken by the C. P. Railroad authorities in the Mussle Slough difficulty. Yet several newspapers in the pay of the com pany have attempted it after, the lamest fash ion. It becomes evident that the hearts of the writers were not in the work. The Stock Exchaiuja has the following: ,' That $30,000 which Governor Stanford , threw away on the Mnybridge improvements in photography wojild have gone a good way toward, settling the trouble between the Railroad Company, and the Mussle Slough settlers and averting bloodshed. The railroad magnate yho spends a fortune en a hobby and refuse to abate one cent of the debts of a miserable, poverty stricken settler, is not alone in the category of 'the selfish. " He has the company of the Christian who gives $10 to buy a gilt-edged Bible for a fat cannibal arid goes to steep1 hip py in the thought that ne is rich "and prosper' ous, 'while some of his neighbors in the near" est alley axe perhaps starving. ..,,.,,.,, ; , - SHARON NOT A VOTER IN NEVADA. Speaking of William Sharon's aspirations for the office of United States Senator the Sil ver State says : Without a liberal expenditura of money, he could not carry a precinct in the State against F. A. Tritle or any other decent citizen of Ne vada. It is a disgrace to the patriotism and intelligence of the people of Nevada that the candidacy of a resident of California for the United . States jSenatorsbip from Nevada is possible. In no other State in the Union would it be tolerated. There are plenty of men in Nevada who are the peers of Mr. Sharon in intellect and ability, and it is a burning shame that he has reason to hope to be able .to defeat them for the position of Senator through the iuflunece of coin. He is not a resident of the State, and were he to-day to take up his resi dence in Nevada, he would not be entitled to vote at the November election nnder the con titutional provision which makes six mouths actual not condructiee residence) in the Stitta. a requisite, to the exercise of the elec tive franchise. In every instance since Ne vada was admitted into the Union, a majority of the Legislature has been Republican when a United States Senator was to be elected. Should the next Legislature be no exception to the rule, it will honcr itself and the State by electing Mr. Tritle United States Senator on the platform which he has laid down, with outcoin or unworthy promises. He is a resi dent of the State, and an honorable man, who scorns to reach the Senate by the disreputable means which our Senator from California must use to have any hopes whatever of succeeding. The decent and honorable stand taken by F. A- Tritle on the. Senatorial question' is gain ing him friends everywhere. He is a man upon whom the respectable voting element of the State can unite and successfully fight Sharon in his canvass and canvas sack, frit e will gather, about him the men who favor Ne vada's securing a faithful worker to represent it at Washington, while Sharon can only hope to secure the purchasable material of the vot ing population,' which means the riff-raff, and scum which the boiling of the political pot in a Senatorial election always brings to the sur face. A Sagebrush Angel. A Nevada editor died the other day, and appeared before the Gate, trembling and anxious. .St. Peter wiped his brow, put on his spectacles, and called down the dummy for the clerk to bring up the book. After giving that unclad indi vidual a reprimand for plucking out his best feathers to make quill pens, the good saint scanned the record, and shook his head as he looked sadly and pitifully at the man waiting for the verdict: "A hard case, a hard case, indeed!" sighed the worthy man. "Hare wa have almost all the sins in the calendar. You have been hard swearer. It is said that on one occasion you even made Hank Monk blush. You have been intoxicated on every holiday and have "enjoyed good health" every Saturday night You have visited the female Minstrels with Deacon Parkinson, McGlashan and McEwen a very grievous fault that bad company on all sides. Why, this page is almost as dark as Erebus with its black marks. Oh! I in sorry for. you, indeed,", as he removed his spectacles. 1 always like to accommodate editors in the way of free passes, but your credentials I can t possibly accept. Well, w.ell, (as the editor sighed and the kind-hearted gentleman again put on his specs) "there is one last hope, though a forlorn one, and 1 will turn to the. credit side. Ha!, W hat a this Can it be ? Why, yes it is,' and, in a perfect flurry of excitement, the Saint grabbed for bis key, unlocked the door, grasped the edi tor by both hands, and gave him one of the tin est harps in the establishment. ' And the clerk, as he took the book down stairs again, read on the credit side but this one entry; "He has been against Bill Sharon first, last aud all the tune. Sacramento Bee. Why Thet Fear It. The Carson Appeal wishes to have the voters next fall indicate their preference for United States Senator, by writing upon their tickets the name of the person whom they would like. We see no thing improper in the suggestion, and cannot understand 'Why. any Republican newspaper. should tear to endorse it. . 1 he surest way te beat Sharon will be for county conventions to pledge their. nominees for Senator and Aasera blymen not to vet for him under any cir cumstances. Elko rod. j - The Republican papers who do not endorse. are simply waiting for Sharon to pull the sack over their heads and tie it under their chins they may be thus enabled to scan the politi cal -horizon during the fall campaign. If they can't Bee what V going on he will post them himself. We are jad , to see It. R, Biglow of Elko, vindicated in the Post. "The Carson Appeal says that it will be well to keep the names of the framers of the resolution thanking Sha run lor his eal, etc,, before the people, and includes the name, of K. R, Bigelow, of Elko, who was a member of the Committee on Res olutions. The Appeal Trill please take notice that Mr. Bigelow opposed the resolution, both in the committee add when it was before the convention, and voted against it." Mr. Big- elow's name appeared as one of the framers of the resolution, in the first published account. It is a shame, sin and dishonor to our State that the sack should ever have been allowed to carry an election for Senator or anything else. Gold Hill .iVeuw," ."'J , : ;;V . ' Yet the above paper has never had a word to say against William Sharou as a Senatorial candidate.. h , ..,...!. ... . ". .r.ii ' Th Argonaut holds that Duncan, the un safe deposit man,' has.hot a dollar of any body's morirfy arid'shbtUoT Bef discharge. 5He bas no one s money from the simple fact that hct'tqaq;; why he ia being trit;-; ' ' , . .... , . . , A Sapphire That Weighs a Pocn. Berlin has just learned, to its astonishment and gratification, from a report of the Poly technic Society's last meeting, that within its walla reposes a treasure nf almost fabulous value, the very existence of which has been hitherto unsuspected. A member of the above-named Society is the enviable owner of the largest sapphire in the worid a stono weighing nearly fifteen ounces. Pure sapphires of good color hold a high rank in the gem market that, were this gigantic jewel of the first water, it would be worth no less a sum than 3,200,000. It is, how ever, not absolutely fre from impurities, a fact which materially diminishes its practial value, but enormous' bids for it, made at dif ferent times by German Princes and wealthy mineralogists, have been invariably rejected by its proyrietor, who has constituted it an heirloom, and confided it, in deposit, to the custody ef the State judicial authorities. A sapphire weighing nearly a pound may fairly claim to rank among the wonders of the world. It would be in terresting to learn how so ex traordinary a gem came into th. possession of the Prussian savant who exhibited it to the wonder stricken gaze of his fellow Poly techni cans the other. evening. London Telegraph, CARSON OPERA HOUSF. QBAS MUSICAL ASD DRAMATIC EJITERTAI Jf JIEJIT, Under the a apices "f CUSTER POST Wo. 5, O. A. ., for raisin fundi to defray expenses o Memorial Dy. Saturday Evening, May 29. PART FIRST WU1 consist of Soni-s, Duets and Quartetr, under the direction of Chan. k. Laugbton, Esb. PAST SECOND The Beautiful Drama of FURTHER PARTICULAR BILLS OF THE BAT. NEE A4nlisia iO Cent. Ho extra charge for reserved seats. Doors open at 7sjierfonance commences at 8 oclock. W O F R E E LIST. 45 Tears Before Vie JPublie THE CEMUIME Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS aTe not recommended as a remedy ' for all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the Liver, and in aB Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Skk Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they-are unequaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C McLahk .d Fleming Bros. ggjf Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name McLane, spelled differently but same pFonanaiation. ANOTHER BOOM -AT THE THE HOUSE OF HARRIS BROS. I TIVO MCtVBD OmH KXT1RB. STOCK llc onriating ef Groceries, Liquors, Provisions. Hardftsire, Grain and Flour. CrocKe.V. CLOTHING. BOOTS. SHOES, HATS ABB GENTS' FURNISIMJIQ BOOBS. To oar new building, we are now piepared to supply ; customers and we puoie feueraiiy witu every- iuuk iu uu line at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES We invite everybody to eall and aoKpare i'ric a good before pwekaeing elsewhere. Mr. CHARLES If ETTELDORFEB bavin the entire management of our Dry Swdi Department, would fee ploaeou to eee an mrmat. HARRIS BHOS. Canon, Sept. 86. 1STO. d FEANK B0SK0WITZ. & 1l MERCHANT TAILOR MEN'S AND CI 6 T H BOYS' I N C ! HITS AND CAPS. BOOTS AND . SHOES, The Only One Store in Price Clothing Carson! COUNTY BUILDING, ? i . v ' " " ; Cam Street. Carwon Glty, ' Nevada. (part A WEEK. Ua PaUStiree. flu a day at horn. iaaUy made,. CoeUy Addreai True Co., Aamut.Uupe. SPECIAL NOTICE. CHANGE CF PARTNERSHIP. ALL SHOULD READ THIS! O ar ac ovvr up thk withdrawal. Of Mr. Herman UlcuT.vU ix. ta lulm we hall fur the next !lxty Uy- all of oar Salewdld and Wil-.elect.il ki-clt i jr, , c him dike, cou xlilin of Ory Goods. Clothing. Boots & Shoes, Carpets, Etc. AT LESS THAN THE ORIGINAL COST. WE MUST SELL, AND IKVJTB OCB SINU PATBOVS AND THH PUBLIC TO Call, See snd Purchase ISTDwm't lote tkitcbuni-e, anil call early, w y.n ran get the full benefit of best and t-boieest Spring- ko1s. OLCOTlCll BROS. m i TETTEift CELEBRATED Fortify the By.tem And cu are armed airainst diseaw. The finest tonic for this purpose is Hestetter's Stomach Bitters, which renders digestion easy and complete, counteracts biliousness snd keep the bowel in order, and so jranial and beneficent are its effects, that not only it. the hodj inTigorated and regu lated by its tose, but despondehev banished ' from-tbe uund. For sale by al I Urujflrisls ana ueaiers genesany. CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT A Wit PKOPIIIKTUIH, j CARSON CITY, SHARP BROTHERS, NEVADA, t Proprietor. ! This hotel is the roos: pleasantly and centrally located in the city, being near tte pi incipal biBiiieat houses and the State Cain ol. : The Culinary Department is under the management o experienced heads, and no expense witl be spart d in tup- Dlvinsr the table with the best the market affords. J. W. SHARP (formerly of the Kevere House, Napa, California), Maunager. THE ORMSBY HOU8E Is the headquarters for all tbe stage lines leaving Carson Transient Rates ....2, 92 50 and 38 . . . B0 cents each Meals Carson City September 19. 1879. IS CARSON CITY ASSAY OFFICE. A. 1IKBBKRL1MG CO., CARSON CITY, NKVADA. ANALYSIS OF MINERALS WATER, TC, CARf FULLY MADE. METALLURGICAL ADVICE GIVEN. Orders can be hit with John G. Fox,. Carson street. P. O. 5x, So. 21. , myl tf Tax Notice. rV. STAT V, AJf COUSfTY TAXES OX 1 The net proceeds of the mines and mineral-bearing tailinss of Ormsby coimty; fofthe tfcnarter Rndinar March SI. IS, Are now due and payable at tbe offic of the County Asses sor. The law in regard to the collection of the same will be strictly enforced.' r - H H. BtNtl, vouniy Aaseaaor, urweuj .ounj. Omsob Citj, May IT, IMO, j lt ,t ;,y,..:t t0S MASON & CO., IS UOBKKTf BLOCK, NORTH CARSON STREET, CAMHDN CJ'l ". AtVAlA. w H4LHMA1.K ANI ScTall DK&LEKS IS GROOE FrovisipnB, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Ganned Fruits, Butter. Lard, Grain Coal Oil AND iU ARTICUtS tllALLI KEPT FIRST CLASS Of the kind of mercantile niautem engaged STORE in mhieh the; ara g& Order taken and Ooodi delivered TJl TO ANY PAET OP THE CITY UEE OF CBAB6C MASON A CO. Carson, Ay & 187A IV!. CILLICAN'S WHOLESALE AM RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE CARSON STKEET, CARSON, NEW IN ADDITION TO MY FOR - mer Mock, I am inii' 5C60 pairs of BooW and anves, Siipier9 and anJal8, all of the latest styles and best quality. and will bt ce.d at tl.e lowest prices for Caeh. 30 Caaxiol Bart's Gents' tine eli..s, 'iii Case, of th cei.-brated Edwin C. Bart' lajllfs' Fn-ntsn kid button boota, IO Caaesof Ladiea' WhiieEidBaadali. 1. Case, ef Fanrf Toilet Mippei a. 100 Caact uX iltieae'' and Children'. Pebble Cat llatten. -20 Diioa Mistiea and Children'. Fine Hid. 'id Dumb Infants' French Kid Indifferent oiors. 'SO Casee of Tf rrel Boot.. 20 Doaen Ladle.' French Kid Button af my own make and all of the latest at "ls. 30 Caaea of Gent's Walking Shoe. 50 Case, ot Boy V and Youth' Calf Skin nhoesH u Caaea of Gents' French Calf Shin Tap Sole Boot', high narrn h-el. HO Caee. of 6at' Fine HntSoid Boots, also Ladies and Ueata' Fin o- ts and shoes. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO COUNTRY ORDERS. Please call and examine thepe (pood and prices before pureinsuu; elsewhere, and I . will :uarautee tlieartkle will be as I represent to n y customers and (rive them good satisfaction and cheaper 'goods than any house in the State, as I am a.thuroub judge. myself snd cannot be de ceived iu shoe leather. I buy my goods at the loe-t price for cash, consequently 1 gire my customers the benefit of my knowledge in the. business. Tery Respectfully, P28 M. GILLIGAN. E. HI. IIUWT, OF THE LAKE TAHOG I BBBER YARD, Having pnrehased the mill recently operawd by the Oarson Mill Company, will .aumbine the two, and both will be. managed br iuui, frc m this date. as sole proprietor. . A complete stock of Common and Clear Lumber win k keH constantly on nana. Alto, Bhinrle., Mowiainsa, Picheta, WIbmIow Damn, Blind. Hereen Boom. Win- low Screens. Wire-cloth, Loka, Bntto. KtrJ, Etc. tOl'STEBS, SlItW CASES, TI BXED WORK J StROI.I WORK, BRACKTS, ETC. Ar d ornamcntsof every description furnished at short notice. Contract taken for Ilouae BnlldLUK and Repnirins PALACE OF MODES. fRS. M J. WSEB CAW BE t'OlSO At her Millinery Establishment, on fonth Carson Street opposite OI ricbs. She hu now on hand the most approved styles of PARISIAN GOODS. ... ARTIFICIAL FLOWER?, ' HATS, TRIMMIJICf. RIB33RS. ETC.. jkt P.1m to of 'he Timea. "'