|9th Governor of Nevada|
April 10, 1896 – January 5, 1903
James R. Judge
|Preceded by||John E. Jones|
|Succeeded by||John Sparks|
|10th Lieutenant Governor of Nevada|
|Governor||John E. Jones|
|Preceded by||Joseph Poujade|
|Succeeded by||James R. Judge|
January 10, 1848|
Czarnikau, Posen Province, Prussia
(modern Czarnków, Wielkopolska Province, Poland)
January 30, 1906 (aged 58)|
Eureka, Nevada, U.S.
Lone Mountain Cemetery|
Carson City, Nevada, U.S.
Sadler was born on January 10, 1848 in Czarnikau, Posen Province, Prussia (modern-day Czarnków, Wielkopolska Province, Poland). His education was limited to the common schools of his native country. He immigrated to the United States first moving to Virginia City, and later Eureka. He married Louise Zadow in Hamilton, Nevada on May 26, 1874, and the couple had six children, Wihlemina, William Arthur, Bertha, Edgar, Alfred and Clarence.
Sadler settled in Eureka, Nevada and worked as a miner, a miller, and a merchant. He was elected treasurer of Eureka County in 1880.
After two unsuccessful campaigns for state offices, he was elected the tenth Lieutenant Governor in 1895. After the death of Governor John E. Jones, Sadler became Acting Governor, making him only the third foreign-born governor of Nevada,; he was elected Governor in his own right in 1898. During his tenure, the Farmer's Institute was launched and the State Board of Assessors was established.
After finishing out his term Sadler returned to Eureka, and resumed his various business enterprises. He was a Stalwart Silver candidate for U.S. Representative at large in 1904, but was not successful.
Sadler died in Eureka on January 30, 1906, at the age of 58. He is interred at Lone Mountain Cemetery, Carson City, Nevada.
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- Reinhold Sadler. Encyclopedia of Nevada. Retrieved October 5, 2012.
- "Reinhold Sadler". The Political Graveyard. Retrieved October 5, 2012.
- Mary Ellen Glass, "The Silver Governors: Immigrants in Nevada Politics," Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, Sept 1978, Vol. 21#3 pp 170–188
- Reinhold Sadler at Find a Grave
- National Governors Association
- The Political Graveyard
- Nevada's First Ladies
John E. Jones
| Governor of Nevada
| Lieutenant Governor of Nevada
James R. Judge