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u,.d., el..r31 1UI TUB TtBSn TIIE. nnrinv the nast week the Ar- .aVa.- peal has thoroughly exposrd the falie isiuei raised by the hench men .l Jiui Fair in this c.ui;ty iimt Stewart on the Chinese question. e always believed that while the leaders of the movement were falsify'": the facts and the records to catch votes, their follow ing was an honest one composed of men who believed they were acting for principle. Since the matter has been placed before the voters of Uruisby in its true liitht and backed up in every particular by the official records of the United States Senate, the eyes of many a deluded man has been opened to the fact that lie was simply beintf used as a tool to help carry out the schemes of liars and tricksters, The refill l has been most flattering to the well estab lished intelligence of this commun ity. The stampede fr.ui the ranks of the opposition has beun and such a breaking away of voters from the Mugwump ranks was never before witnesred in this county. Yesterday scores of men counted as acainst the Kcpublican ticket; topped the writer on the street to thank him for the light shed upon the question by the Appeal. They aid they had been misled but were ever willing to acknowledge facti. The matter thus being made clear they are well fortified now to repute the lies fpretd through Ormsby county relative to Stewart's positions ou the Chinese question Yesterday morning a man had been curs ins Stewart as a hireiiuir of the Chinese Six Companies, told the writer that he wanted to thank . . , . bim tor the intortuat:on tiven hi in in the Appeal and added smilin? It-: "I cot five votes for Ins lecis lativc ticket yesterday and I shal work until the polls close to get liioi more." Another snJ, l will take no more stock in the caiumon of old O-irrard. This u no year for suck ers 1 ue .uuswuaip tide reached its highest p iint about two weeks a and is receding hourly. The mat ter now resolves itself into i -question of majorities. TilEUAKrUOLlti Sl'ATlE. The unveiling of the collisa Statue of Liberty further cement ine lies mat oinu r ranee to Amer ica. 1 lie political sous of the two countries have always been the ame. Liberty took rout and flourished in both- France is the one spot in all Europe that has been most Americanized and the lias repaid us in lavish gifts. She jtave m Ltfayette in the Revo lution when we most needed the sword of a valliant ally and today when we are at peace with all the world the sends us the grandest tatue that ever traced a pedestal anzicnt or modern. Yet this rift is but a trifle com pared with the good will and af fection of the nation which today in art, science and literature lights tbe world witb a mere constant jilow than tonight sheds its rayo from the torch of Bartholdi's Statue. Through future ages th men and women who flee from the opprcs ions of monarchial government wll, while riding the waves of the Atlantic a hundred miles from shore, through the darkness of the ight, see the rosy light of the torch .f Liberty paint its halo upon he Western heavens. At that moment the emigrant who would not fall upon the ship's deck, and thank God that he was soon t eojoy the privilege of a free Got eminent, would be unfit to be nat uralized on American soil. Th. Maswumps got possession of the canty crernment tiz years ago in tbe harmony and re form cry. Tbey ran the county at a cost of nearly $I!',000 more than the Republicans expended, and the taxpayers bad to staid it. Next year the taxpayers wiped tbea out- If Stewart is sent te Washing ton ht will make another fight on reducing eo.lie contracts . to six months. Th. Six Companies can not afford to risk passage money on a six months coolio, and Chinese immigration will be brokta up. BEAD AXD t'JKClliATE. Lot every ter earefulljr read the rirralar in thin morn ing:'. -Appeal." It refutes the main lie circulated ag:in.t Ktevrart Card t II. S. Maa.n Mr. II. S. Mason, Dear But: Your card in last evening's Union, denying the authenticity of the interview I had with yo.u in front cf the Ormsby House, relative to Hon. Win. M. Stew art, occa-Mons as much surprise to me as if you had publicly de nied, over your own Mnature, that your name was H. S. Ma son, It may be possible, however, that you recollect that during the interview you suggested that I hire a public hall to fur ther enlighten the public re garding Stewart's position when he debated the Chinese natural ization question with Charles Suinn r, in 1870. Acting on this suggestion, 1 will state that I am ready to meet you in a public debate on this question, at the Carson Op era House, on the lullowmg proposition: Did William Stewart prevent Charles Sumner from passing an amendment in the IT. S. Senate, granting naturalization to the Chinese? I will take the affirmative of this question, and you the neg ative, the person losing the de bate to pay the rent of tli? thea ter, the decision being leu to a vote of the audience. If you do not wish to engage n the debate before election, (for the reason that you may think it done for political ef7ect) I will iiifet you a y time during the week following the election. I am respectfully yours, Sam Mavis. The main objection the Mug wumps have to Stewart u that he has settled down here and tried to . . r i -1 . i. x , , 1 lanre house here and paid out over $ 10,000 to mechanics and laborers. The Mugwumps naturally hate any man who tries to build up any thing. Their policy is always to take down. Absolutely Pure. ThU powder never Tarlef. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeneiw. .More economical man me ordinary kind, and cannot behold in compel ion with the multitude of low test, hort weight, aluui or pliopxte pewdera. SvU oniymrant. Koyal liaKint i'owueruo IU6 Wall St. . l . Dr. Robinson. PHTSICIAS, SCRGEOS AND CCULIST. T7 12 Ctl'V, -.VAIA OFFICE OVER CHEDIC'S DRUG STOKE Reldneet hon formerli occupied by Mrrfhail Ho!(inon. OmCE HOURS:- i to 11 A. M. a to ukl SID DO N S -PRACTICAL. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. ADAMS Caawoik. BLOCK. 8 JSE.SJ!" THE "OLD RELIABLE" 1IABOWABE. (iEXUAL HKKCHAXDISB AVD ACBICCLTVBAIi HOUSE E. B, RAIL. CARSON, NEV. Agricultural Goods of all Kinds a Specialty. EUOEEYE MOWESS & EEAPS Latent Patterns HOUSE RAKES OF ALL Mill Twine Binder. Slaehine Extra of all Kindn, Farm YVaron, Header Uenre. J print Wag. ... BuKsies. Carts, Barb Wire, dialvaniaeu and Fainted Iron. Steel Coal. Croekery. STOVES. BOOJIS. BLINDS TI3WA3Z. WIJ Mill and Mining Goods. Paints, Oils, Guns, Pistols, And Ammunition FISHING T. A C K L E I nave Slade a Specialty ol ettins COAL. ClRIt W1KK. ABiriXTrRAL GOODS and all Staple tioods. by the CAS LOAIl.and to ran Sell CHEAI V.lt Than Other llon.'ie in the State. Imperial Order Attended to at the Lowcut llalcx. fall. Examine Oimis ami (ret Priers Before Purchasing Elsewhere an Convinced at the low figure. Tiu snd Plumoiiig Wi-rl Done tu Uood haare and Hi Short Notice. E. B. RA8L, (OPPOSITE ORMSBY HOUSE.) AGAIN . TO THE PRONT2 Cheaper than ths Cheapest HATIX JIST nETIUSKD from San h'ranclsco with a fine stuck of liouus, I propose to cll them at the LOWEST-80ISG-RATES! You ran itatiifv yourself ai to the truth ol the name by calling and Pricing Good, cousiilinx in Part, -OF Fine Dress EBusiness Suits, ALSO An unusually fine assortment OF.. 6eIlts, Furnishing Goods, Ete., Ete.,Ete. Josepli Flatt. CAPITOL SALOON .A!H. LODGING HOUSE, (Oppoiit State Capitol.) MISS JENNIK FORREST, Proprietress. The bar la supplied with th. beat brand of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Th. KtftBM ar. lofty. .Irr . tvasti t. ay 1h tiie sm: . CARSON DAIRY (OPPOSITE OPERA HOUSE, CARSON, NEVADA.) JOHN P. SWEENY Proprietor. mHIS EXTENSIVE RESTAURANT HAS BEEN enlarged and newly fitted throughout, and will be supplied with home-raised poultry, fresh eggs, milk and butter from my ranch near the city. The culinary de partment is in the hands of a professional. Oysters in every style, day and night. Private room for families and parties. Meal orders attended to and sent to any part of the city. Ev ery department first-class. HOLE IN THE WALL' Opposite the State Capitol. A GYMNASIUM -HAS BEEN- Recently Added TO THE- R E SOR T . Equipped with all modern appliances lioxiiiji exhibitions night and i:'- free to all. Private e;ird rooms furnished witti electric bells. Hot lunch served from 11:30 a. m. to 3 p. n. Cold Lunch from 8 r. u. till Midnight. June JO UNION MAjsKET. SOI TIIOABSOS STI1EET. Diss & i Bonhard. - - - Prop's. HATIXM rrKCHASKn OF Mr. John Itosaer the bu 'iness ol the Pioneer Meat Market of Camon, we propose to keop always ou hand the very best BEEF VEAL. PORK, a ica ,,11 kinit of aausare made t7 We are butchers and intend do Injourowu iroik. All order left at the OLD STAND will be punctually attended to. The delivery wagon will call on eu tomers dally. Call and lea re your order. Jan 3 WES a LEONHAED. MAGNOLIA SALOON. V City. Srev. H. POSEN3ROOK. FANCY LUNCHES. Milk Fanchea.S Slater's Premiam Bourbon. Fiaa Bacarae Brandy, TirsinU old By., Oesaiae .Id Xrieh Whiak.y. Fine Billiard Table aid Cardroea MKw OriMU eioeoiaf Cwktafii wpeXetf .1 (hi. pUtm Mly. . Jlr t TZO-ETEJCO-t nov3 MEAT MARKET, GEORGE HARK, Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Veal, Sausage, etc My facilities for purchasing rjood beef are se ond to none in the State, and customers can al Witys be assured of the best in the market a22 ST. CHARLES HOTEL Corner of Carson and Third Sts. Carson City. vadu. GEORGE TUFLY, Proprietor. TIII-4 I'lOVKrK IIOTKL HAS been enliroly leuo sited, nd is ran in usual first-class style. Tiie iuie is Mipplie'.l with the VJCIIY BEST! Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the b.ir. juneStf THE LAKE HOUSE. HEXO. XKVADA. R EW 3V! A5TAGE3IEKT, T'HI WELIrKN'OWN HOTKT, HAS ben thoroughly renovated and aeTTly furnished. fecial Facilities AfffirdrJ to Families THE TABLE 15 FIHSl -CLASS- Fine "Wines, Liquors and Ciftart at bar. l'o' j Attention and lteusnn -tolerates. Jv) J. E. DEALT, Proprietor FISCHER & DECKER. Sample goomj HltF.i: DOORS KIXi STKJEET. COLD MOUNTAIN BEER From San Jose, alw&yii ob dip. The Chiceat f trineM. EIinor" and Cijrurn. ie2 LIVERY & FEED STABLE, AT EDGECOMBE'S OLD STA3D THE NTABI.R FOR YIF.KI,Y run by Ike Sunderland is now the property of the Rayeraft Uros., of Uenoa FIRST-CLASS LINE OF STOCK Styll.lt Tura-.ut. id Saddle t Ilaad. H.nea Alway. Uorie. boardad by th. day or wa.il rreropt attendant always on caiL. ATCR Ft BROS. , rnsMm J. 3. S. la Corbett Blae:t NORTH CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY. NEVADA, IIOLESALB AXD BETA1I. DKALKK I Wines. Liquors ....AXD.... General Merchant!! Choice Lake ValJjy Butter. Fcirbanks' Lard Clough Hams and 3acon, Err Ft to., Ltui fT'lers ttiiren and nWf HtJ-vcreJ t- as part of 'ie city free ol charire. THE EUROPEAN PLAN THE ORMSBY HOUSE. CARS OX - - - NEV rnn.'H iinTr.t. ivtircn ija I been for yen is liked with the his tory of Nevada lias I een liised by m ami will liencf fori ii fie couducted oa thrt popular European Plan. A FINE RESTAURANT Connected with the Hotel. Opca Day an,! Xight. Entrance from Slain Stici't. Board and Lodging On I?eaoiia!Je Terius. Suite to ICouins for l-'aii!ie: t ittt or V) itbout Hoard. THE BAR Is Stocked with the P.est of Wines, Of gnrs and Liquors ITaving o owed the restaurant bus ness in Carson City for many years', ' need not slate that I thoroughly under ."-ind the wants of the public, and it will be my aim to maintain and im prove the reputation of the Pioneer Ho- ! tel of rmsb- County. Xo Chinese hired in this Hotel. r. KAISER, octl Propria: err CAGWIN I NOTEWARL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS AND DEALERS IN- Fancy and Dacoratiya Goods. I-JICTITKF. FKAJIF.S MAIF T' Order fi-oui a Comuiele StoeW of 51ouidiuK- Paintings, Chromos, Artist's Materials, Pole Cornices, Dado Curtains, Cutlery Jewelry, Toys, Guns, Ammu nition, Pistols, School Books, Music and Musical Instruments, Baby Carriages, Sewing1 Machines, Plush, Morocco ana LEATHER pOODS. GENERAL IKEffSMGESCL All leadinc Daily aad Waeafcly ?- llMiiui. Baal and Wt. snpnllled kv Mail r CarriOT, at L.wn nai War rw. iltrM ar Jte Ui- Hiaakel aaa Kxeaaar "l"HBk. tervaa Slaeet. Car.a City, 3 it J- aT3 H.