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A DDC 1 am V K VOL. LXIII 25 CENTS A WEEK CARSON CITY, NEVADA THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 21190. 6 CENTS A COPY No. 115 TH c L F THE PUBLICITY BILL ! WANTS EXTRA SESSION GOLDFIELD, March 21 Today the voting is in progress which was to decide whether the miners of the town were to be allowed to have in dipenrlent organizations outside the I. W W. Tne excitement is very great and a full voU is being cast. It is reported here that the vote is gumg in favor of the I. W. W. and .gainst the miners union. This news is having a depressig effect. Fraud Charged GOLDFIELD, Nev., March 21. There is great excitement since the balloting over uie charge that the ballots were being tameperd with. These charges are being made open ly and me men who vote say that nearly every one voted against the I. W. V. and the air is full of charges of fraud and corruption and tamper ing with the tellers of the election board. Caught Destroying Ballots GOLDFIELD, Nev., March 21. It Occasions a Hot Debate in the House Yesterday i It seems a strange thing that whe'i j ever a bill of any sort comes up where ' any printers ink is required that a i fight is started at ence on the ground .that it is. a "printers graft." The use of advertising matter and , the lavish use of printers ink is to ; t. fl'Mil j day heralding Nevadas tremendous: A man was discovered a few minutes ; resources to the world and filling up j ago carrying away a basket full of j this state with inhabitants. i ballots from the voting place. This ! J ne printers have heretofore borne has caused great excitement through out the city and the latest report Js that a man conected wih the I. W. W. was seen destroying some ballots in CHARGED AGAINST I. W. W. IN COUNTING IS CLUEO THEY DESTROYED BALLOTS TO TO HIDE DEFEAT j A Suggestion Cn Silver that Comes I Rather Late in the Session To The Appeal: ; Can you tell me what this Legis lature has don? to protect the silver 'mines cf the state from the robbery of the Jews of Europe, and the Con ! gross of this country, it seems to me ! that the state should protect its pro ducers of silver, by demanding our right of coinage under the constitu tion an ' that the state should appro priate a sum of money to assist the SECRETARY OF STATE DOUGLASS TALKS ABOUT "HiS IN" AND LAYS DOWN THE LAW FOR JUDGES OF SUPREME T BY j;S2PH CONNORS 'My men will agree to no com pro- , Who is this man Douglas? Where . ... , .. . , L Attorney General of the state to carry t mise. We are not to be dictat2d to, ! did he get his right to call the honor the expense of this advertising but , , . ' , .. ..,.!,, , T . a . , . . now the State at the instance of the Nevada Press Association is taking the matter up and yesterday a bi'I an alley in the rear of the hall. Some 'pasted providing for a Bureau sup men rushed in and rescued them as ported by the state to systametical'.y he was pouri g hot ashes over them S advertise Nevadas resurces. from the and rescued nine ballots ames. Out of these eight were against che I. W. W. and only one for that organization One would think that there w uii be no opposition to such a measure but the instant it was known that the question to the Supreme Court I was elected to the office and will ! able members of one of the best leg- of the United States, there can be hold it." So said the would be Czar iisk tties ever assembled, "his man". A ; no doubt as to the result if the Court , Douglass the man who has at all ; sample of his makeup was shown yes I iecides in accord with their oaths to times claimed to own the capitol terday while he and one of the rene- support the constitution. Now we have building. He was speaking of 'the 'grades of the democratic party Smith to pay an additional or a special tax members of the legislature. j for that purpose and I now recconi- 'His Men," not content -with having j mend that the governor call an extra a monoply on the different boards ! session for the express purpose of of the state and dictating the prin- the- Nevada Press Association had - - . uww taiia This uas been verified recommended this Legislation a fight : 11 " i"-"' ... , . , ,, !, , c c .now as an argument in lavor oi nis men. to a certainty and increased the ex-j began on it and many of the features j . . ... I this course I will rite Tononah and He vas talking tn .Tinlfo 'nr-is citement to a fever heat. The ballots I of the bill were eliminated. I -t. , .. m . 4 A c t . ' " 1-olsom, Fesler, Williams, Gifforl i anl Eritt made the convincing argu. j doldfield, Goldfield is getting its rights . Nevada. Judge Norcross is a repnbli- mc f,,nrin, the nacnrr. f ti' cons 1 1 1 uuon. u flue i onopau is uoi . can out nas snown no party reo are now in possession of the Safety Committee at the Montezuma Club. Stocks Raising The outcome is now regarded as good for the mines reopening and the citizens feel that the false count will fail and the market is responding and stocks raising. Many heavy buyers are coming into the market and there is a general good feeling. THE FRISCO GRAFTERS The City Roundingg Up the Rascals High and Low and Twelve Supervisors Confess Saving the Wood The prosecution of Mayor Schraitz and Abe Ruef, in San Francisco has brought to light the most appalling irraft figures that this councry has ever seen disclosed. It is now a cedtainty that the head men in the saturnalia of corruption will all wear stripes and crack rock in the penitetntiary and the mora the dirty mess is probed the higher the waves of legal procedure rise and close about the men who have here tofore considered themselves above the law. The amount paid for the franchise was $5('0,o00 out of which the Mayor took $200,000, Ruef $200,000 and the remaining $100,000 was divided among the supervisors. Here are the figures denoting the supervision graft: United Railroads, each Supervisor, $1,000. Gas Company, each Supervisor $700. The inhabitants of Empire are re couping the flood losses by catching the drift wood that is coming out of the river. For several days it has been coming in great quantities and the people are busy taking it out. Cord wood, drift wood, and the re mains of bridges and all kind of floating debris is being takea out. I One man rescued thirty five cords from the river. n-o the publicity commission act and. al-j'ail"L- ' " though endless motions were intro-1 dllce a hdred million or more in He asked that the judges be giv duced to amend the bill and indefin-' silver in a tVw 'ears and under the : en the Privilege of handling the law itely postponed it, the resulting vie-; l,resent ""rightous unconstitutional department of the library as is ..he tory for the good of the state was!and cold buded robber' svstem of practice of the majority of the states, eo-umated 'tbe J-acomtes alias Israelites of This man Douglas claimed that the Foolish Opponents j Europe with the aid our Congress judges were attacking a woman and Gerr-e Russell who is an editor ' and Secretary of the Treasury, they trying to deprive the present librarian nf'i.'iiTn trifJi hv pvpit Tr,pan , ; will not receive more than one half of her position. table the bill, and Fitzpatrick o'.thir just rih,s under the constitu- of Ormsby were at dinner. He wa3 toll that the members of the supreme court would be allowed to address the committee of the whole on the library question. He said" those fel lows will get up and tell a lot of G D lies. Nice language that .rom a man who occupies the position of Secre tary of the State of Nevada, espec'l ly in regard to the members of the highest court of the state. This tco in a public place where everyone could hear. In the campaign just closed the secretary of state tried to destroy the efficiency of the constitutional amendment relative to the taxing of patented lands. Churchill county referred to ths He failed to certify to the county They had not asked that the library ' clerks of several counties Including Elko. He was notified twice bv the clerk of Elko county and was ihreat- lon. , be interterea witn except tne law '!- - . 1 . 1 A HP X- 1 i. TX 1 1 f 1 . writers of most newsnaner articles! ' ms nui t,IU a lubs LU . uepur.ii.eiiu u uas oeeauw) cuai- as liars Bradshaw who aserts that i 1'"t a so to (blfield and every person ed that the present librarian is not j ened with prosecution by R. E. Skagg hi i? an advocate of everything g ' ! tirnnsrht rlisErust to the faces Of the aswmhivmpii hv lii foolish ari- of Europe (the importers) play out the capital. ; f.ve weeks after he should have per rv,0tc om;,t ,,,a mo,sro. .1r.,i :the little joker to fool the high pro- As to the truth of this the writer : formed such action. t,;u inflmp wp T,nthi'cr brtective tarif voters of this country cannot say farther than that theie-th in the state. : competent or obliging. There is mu:ii I speaker of the present assembly ana Now let us see how the commercial complaint about the service through- j finally complied with his duty about Water Goes Down The flood at Empire has re ceded j i y " T-iir-T1a o rn aero ;n rT f7 i n r iiitrt I , . 1 . , . iised at the opening of the session thrs wie r quaneis. i uu noou weui i.uwu almost as fast as it came. Thiq af leri.io.Mi the people were moving ihcir In failing to rio he was guilty of a felonk and . 1 ! . XT 11 V 4-1 1. V rt.lr: nf 4- s li5:i 1i nll 1 V lmotl T V I 1 C 0 1 1 t (( went on record as against an act that ' Ult nnpori uio goous. uieu uuy lue.we many .e m wiupiom w il5.iU n-. was endorsed by the press of Nevadi i silver bullion, send it down to British service. The cry was made that it ; and can still be under the law. or,.i tu. r.Tor.: ,at;rvn -.f tiia wiitnrj Hondiuas have coined into British vas an attack on n woman anl this; He told what he would do two years Honduras dollars, bring it back and was made the issue uy the dictator, j hence the oiner tiay. 11 no cunuuuw pay the import duties at a hundred The republicans were lined up on j in office for the balance of his term cents on the dollar, thus if the tarif the question as a party measuure and he will have cause for congratuia- is forty per cent, the importer makes Douglas then lined up four of the tion, but as to .hat he will be doing here a few weeks ago. Barney Reymers, with careful re gard for the finances of Lyon county, said that he refused to vote for the . bill- but Tannahill, worst of all prom-isixtv rer cent bonus for importing members of the democratic assembly , as Secretary or btate two years nence, his goods. Now there was a time unggs, sniitn, uoruett anu lnniDie. mat is too ricn. rour uenmeu man. Ik !rr, tings out preparatory to a house cleaning, as about a foot 'if mud b-is 1 een deposited in al of the d woll- j ; afternoon to support the measure ; and then voted against it. i Hardly had the bill been read when Russell moved that it be iiidefinite'.y ! postponed. Folsom of Washoe came Bob Dixon says that his wet lm goods are no wetter and will be to tic business at the old stand fevv days. n-o :ble to the rescue of the measure clever speech and. folowed liams the members began U: good of the act. Davey also supported the r. brief speech. Fessler Supports Biii ! Fessler, of White Pine, a with a , ': io th-3 r-1 'n a when we did not allow i.er to tax Trimble claims he was the victim of He will be, if possible, more of a our best money a hundred cents cn a promise. Briggs, Smith and Cor- "dead one" then than now. Terhaps the dollar and make our Congress bet: make no excuses. Briggs said lie will declare himself dictator of the and the eScretary of State violate that he was bound by no party pled- s;ate and ask to be crowned, their oaths to support the constitu- ges and would vote as he pleased, j He is not the only one who has tion to doir. Yours Respectfully Corbett, is a poor man and lives in dug his political grave so deep that N KYADA the town where Douglas could do h '.ill m-vor be heard from agpn. -o-i him much good or much injury. Cor- The d.-sevters of the democratic MEETING OF COMMISSIONERS belt however got cold feet and left party who have made it possible for bc-f--f the measure could be L.vrig.it nira to thwart the wishes of the Funeral of Mrs. Gibson tne late iieien uiuson was ouneu : Fessler of White Pine, a-:...:.) 1 1 from the residence of W. Hy Doane, state thaj. it was ono of lho n.,;st -lVA. Prize fight Trust, each Supervisor , this afternoon, Rev. McCreary ofi- ! portant bills brought before the log (.laniig. iuc tuuu oau;, uui ia. j isiatnre during the present session. Hymn and "Abide With Me" and the'iT (,vin;P,i ,i,p nnrmme r.f the mras- following acted as pall bearers. Will- ure at leng,i1, citing instances where iam Murry, L. Blanchard, Leslie or2.)n;ZPr nnblicitv efforts have bui'.t $r.oo. I Pacliic States Telephone Company,! each Supervisor, $5000. Home Telephone Company, each Supervisor, $U000. Ruef and Schmitz, in the same connection are credited with receiv ing amounts well up in the hundreds of thousands. To save thmeselves from the peni tentiary the Supervisors uave con fessed to the grand jury and their evidence convicts the men higher up. Some of them are millionairs but the state is after the bribers and the wealthy men who furnish the money. Ther will be some lively times in San Francisco during the coming sum mer. n-o After the Free Pass Bit .rror.gements Being Made To R:bui' i al; It At Once "litre was a special meet in ; of the County Commissioners this aft-rnon t ooasi Jer the immediate re'jul!d;ng ' what is known as the Brun-.vick bridge: near the Brunswick rV. at had been tabled by '!" people and who have made the other Smail, Patrick i.iurry and William Ivinney. u-u a. l,i in0ston Up eounties, and giving examples of ; the good it can do in Nevada. Fes-1 usol, the Commissioners took th ni:-.'.-isle- had a letter from a prominent tor ui: at once. Judge Talbot's Reception eastern investment company, asking! it i rroposcd to establish a f.'ry Last evening Judge Talbot, g.wo a . about the state, and this, when read thd.' 'emporarially and later ice li vely pleasant reception to :-.ouo in tKe UOuse, had telinsr effect. isinu-t he bridee. 1'innMre. :t s,-as swept awavbvthe flo3 1 -,nd th? librarian appointed should be a l.-.'ing v. bridge which is very t.vch the cleverest moves ever made in any members ot tneu- party looii liivQ a body. As to Smith, no one knows bunch of school boys will be rememb what his motive is. ered by the members of their party Judge Norcross made advances to two years hence and then will they tho - Mighty Boss," who calls the ; realize that his tactics have placed members of tho legislators "his men"1 them in a most embarrassing position, with a fair offer. He insisted that j If the library bill is not passed then this blasphemer who declares competent person, and even went so m owns t no l.-gisiatni e, vm i,et uie far as to offer to see that the meas- friends most of whom were from E' ko County. Some of the Elite looked a little tirul us morning and "Tho newspapers have made the j t.h piddle pier was washed twsy mniing camps of Nevada" said Fooler but tie shore piers are both rtand- anl reported to be in cx:j.!ent j)apers made Tonopah, Goldfield, ccr.L'licn. ure that has been tabled was pass ed if Douglas would asrree to a competent librarian. Tho offer v.-as library scorned and he was told what "M V vordt'.n MiN would do. ordv en-Mi t?) of having kept the library building vacant, for two years and his d.-moerniio successor will have tho arranged as ho sees fit in ac v. iti-, tl;. wishes of the County members iu support of the bill. "The news-: in: uiey lata it ail to tr.e seuueuve qua.i- and Manhattan, 'ihe newspapers are j list: mates will be male at on-e ly ty of Judge Talbot's punch. Iiesponsible for the development - f encre-rs to find the probable oosr. of n-o ; ,ne state as far as it has gone, and :tlvj new structure, tho rebuihli-ig cf tup mm nni wm I DUdl From a Republican Standpoint hove is a chance to make good one of The article in the Appeal today on ;ihe greatest opportunities ever if tiie Library cent ro versa .-y is the way jfered the people of Nevada . The the row looks from a Republican ! world that reads wants to know standpoint and the article is written i about Nevya. If vou kill tne biil. tii ptiiru'n" there was a iltirrv in i i u""'1J"t ii' ' n.tiu u.vi ma , tnousamis ot investors will in other v." J i iC'il tlie House- when it was kne. .vn -o-o that j signature. Winter. Chairman of the committee, n,k n,wt rornorations. was not Remains To Arrive Sunday in bis place at roll call. remains of the late Mt j Ed i,,i Qnnt(3 wn vn. 104 in his ' Reynolds who died at Seattle Tu3-ly siat. vemain away. a necccssity. o-o Phill-p's Bodv Ttecovered RENO, March 21. This morning no body of Willie Phillips who was it-owned ves:'nlay was recovered in Communication!? the Truckee, wedged in among the We!corr:ir.g the fc.icctric ewer ;.t Ha;f Pact Four in the Mcrnin-j There is an automatic eiecrii piano at the Carson Exchange. After the elctric power went off several days ago people kept putting nicklc. the slot, supposing that th-3 in music I asking about Nevada are received timb rs of the V. & T. R. R. bridge, would respond but it did not and pocket which contained the little jok er which practically repealed Assemb ly BUI 48, the Railroad rate bill. The Republicans were busy as bees all the morning as they wanted the bill for two purposes. One to get the passes and one to get that amend ment in. Winter held that '.ho bill had not been ten days with the com mittee and did not have to be re ported. At last accounts they were still hunting for Winter who was cut on leave of absence. will arrive Sunday morning. Ihe funeral will be held from the Episco pal Church Sunday at 2 o'clock. Flood At Gardnerville News from Gardnerville indicate that the ranches are badly flooded and the school is closed because the school house is under water. Some of the ranchers have had to leave their homes and come in town, o-o Abe Ruefs trial has been continued another week. 'every day by reputable citizens, firms' and newspapers throughout. the : v. nolo, were passed. country, but no one has ail the facts 1 The bill was passed by the follow necessary to answer them in full, and ; ing veto: with the result expected. This cam mission will accomplish the purp.ve. there was considerable growling about : the hotel. "Bilk" skin game" "skined again" and such remarks were common when Ajcs Assemblymen Baird, B-ad- the piano absorbed the nickle and ley, Bray, Briggs, Britt, Fessler, Foi-, there was no operatic response. The Vote jsora, Davey, Gifford, Holmes, TTusp-; This morning a 4:30 the electric Assemblyman Gifford, who has been mp.n, Luke, McNee, O'Brien, Ray, Reld juice hit the instrument and woke it in favor of the publicity commission Brssell, Sadler, Smyth, Syphus, Tight; up. The nickles began to wend their from the first, asked that the body j Vs-vghan, Williams and Winter; 21 way into the maw of the machine and down the motion to indefinitely post-1 Noes Bradshaw, Dunn, eF -nald, ', there burst forth full and clear "Cheer pone it. Then followed a series r.f ,1 iti&tricK, Hamilton, Lannrton ' Un Mary" end in a few seconds Reymers, Scott, Tannahill r.nd pverv truest in the house was awake. amendments and attempts to make it a special order, but the thinking members refused to allow this ajtion A vote was taken on the amendments Trimble; 10. ;They were swearing mad, and as Mr. and most of them unimportant on the Journal. Absent Corbett, Duberg, Fellows, I DeJarlais the proprietor, had locked Huskey, Stewart and Skaggs. Reno ' the room where the piano was he smelt a mice, so to spea't, and got up to iiiM'SV'.ga-.-. i!" was i.i ire than ; (mi -bed when he fou-id the piano reeling on tl.e popular melodies, yo uppopn!.-.!- at lUit time. Music to mutvo. a hit li 'ii.-t bo tin.e.y and even the in'ernicr.o iron Calovoria Rustj. ! catio don't. ch:rm a man us it might i lal 4-.011 a. in. Wiio;; De.l.irbi's 'o: it through his head what wrrs me nutcr he railed out to bis gtti sts, "lloiNJ you fellows that kielce" nbout your nickle.; get up and get. ymir moneys worth." The piano had aiiout a dozen nick les in anl it spoiled away fcr about an hour and ihe man who had put. tho nickles in there, are said to have sworn the hm.lst at the impromptue concert. When the victims learned that the piano was merely welcoming the ad vent of the electric curren from Floriston they were content to call every thing square. o-o Twins By Thunder This morning the wife of Richard Savsge presented him with twins, two boys. Dick is accepting congratula tions far and wide.