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Siifiaerihe Yx. it. TT 01 urrent jNews. Advertise in it. v' ill the .Sews. Mining Ncwb. War News. EORM 11KLY THE PIOCI1E WEEKLY RECO VOL. lAl I'MKHE, NEVADA. Kit I DAY OCTOUEIt i NO. IS. LINCOLN ID 1 THE CANDIDATE. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMMENDMENT. A candidate in an American citizen fretiziedly anxioua to neglect Lin own busiut'BS for a cb luce to neglect that of tbe nation. He is as full of promises us an early spring in of bloHsouis; be wear- a smile as wide i pasture and as genuine aa a Cbetoo dispatch, he shakes a hand on tbe street with men he shakes a head at in tbe bank; and be raises iiis hat to ladies his wife raises ber nose and eyebrows to. He is soli ,,'itious about the health of babies he never saw and oabieg he wished he oouldu't see;and while he amazes the righteous" by the sudden ferver his faith, he earrnd a reputation as a dead-game "sport in regions where religion grows more slowly than Bockfeller's hair. As a good citizen and unyielding reformer, he abhors corruption; but as an honest mer chant, he is willing to pay for all goods that are delivered, be they steel billets or stolen ballots. A member of the church, he shudders at the twin curses of civilization rum and tobacco; but as a citizen, merely in politics for his health, he subsidized the drinking of that health early and often, and he knows no better plan of smoking out the enemy than out smoking him. Moreover, no good American in dustry, can deliberately discourage two widespread agencies of wealth and expect to be accepted as a patriot. As election day approaches, his views on geography, ethnology and human brotherhood brooden and deepen. The woes of Ireland touch his heart deeply in one portion of his district;, he boasts of his Anglo Saxon origin in another. He grasps the senewy hand of sturdy Scandin avia on Monday; he acknowledges the republic's debt to Germany on Tuesday; he believes the full glory of the nation will come, on Wednes day, only when the genuis of Italy tingles in the veins of the stern . Puritan and at a union meeting in a secluded vestry on Friday, he warms his Methodist and Baptist brethern against the scum which European emigration is casting upon our sacred soil and revered institutions. Deserving charities begin to touch him aouAalj'V develops a pasio n for labor picnics and dubious dances he is fearless in stating that the battle-scarred saviours of the Union have been treated with scant gener osity by the nation; and he wants it distinctly understood that he stands firmly for high wages, high ideals, a white man's government and un hampered suffrage for the colored man, peace, a strong navy, beef aud cheap coal, no trusts and no govern ment meddling with business, and uo matrimonial expansion in Utah . When the polls close and the mere politician is elected, the can didate takes an account of stock and findB he is twenty thousand dollars and his reputation for truth and honesty shy, his business is bycotted by the indignant foreigner, he is stigmatized as a spineless trimmer by the disgusted nutive; the church bus bounced him; his wife has sued him for divorce , his doctor recom mends rest and three months at the mud-baths, and patriotism is a snare and a gold brick Nevada Observer. J. V. Brooks, Supt of the Empire company mines at Freiberg, arrived Saturday evening and prooeeded to .Salt Lake on Monday. He reports 1 Jihe mines being worked are develop- f ing as good as a person could wish and there is about 30,000 tons of ore exnosed in one claim. Seven teen men are now employed at the mines. Deputy Sheriff Mangrum brought up a man named Shea on Mond y who bud attempted to ruu C uenr Shea had uiunty diiys in the jail liauded out to hiiu. S.iminl Lytle and Miss Maggie Oonaw.iv wre united in nr.rrirg last wt-ei. 'it the residencn of the liri ii-'ti ttalVIlts. Meadow Valley WaHh. President Daniel Cannon of St ilt-orge passed through Pioche last '.Ylondav "U his wav to White River t... nini rh nennle of that Stake of - i Ziou. ilia vote of Lincoln County will not amount to what it was calculat p.l.nwin;; to a number of the graders in the south linishing their contracts To Be Voted Upon Jjy the Electors of Nevada at the General Election No vember 8, 1904. No '25 Senate Joint and concur rent Resolution amending the Con stitution of tbe State of Nevada by adding an article thereto. Proposed and passed at the Tv. u tietb Session of the Nevada Legisla ture March 19. 1901,Stutiites of 1901 page 139, arei to and passed at the Twenty-first session, March 6. 1903. Resolved by the Senate, the As sembly concurring. That the Con stitution of the State of Nevada bo amended by adding the following article: , JKTICLE Section 1. ."uonever ten per con turn or more of the voters of this State, as shown by the number of votes cast at the last preceeding general election shall express their wish that any law or resolution made by the Legislature be submitted to a vote of the people, the officers charg ed with the duty of announcing and proclaiming elections, and of certify ing nominations, or questions to be voted on, shall submit the question for the approval or disapproval of said law or resolution to be voted on at tbe next, ensuing election wherein a State or Congressional officer is to be voted for, or wherein any question may be voted on, by the electors of the entire State. Sec. t. When a majority of the electors voting at a State election shall by their votes signify approval of a law or resolution, such law or resolution shall stand as the law of tbe State and shall not be overruled, annulled, set aside and suspended, or in any way made inoperative ex cept by the direct vote of the people. When such mnjority shall so signijy disapproval, the law or resolution so disapproved shall be void and of no effect. J. A. NESBITT, County Clerk of Linciln County Nevada. Dated October 10, 1904. . H. W, UNDERH1LL "ALIKNTE - NEV. flirt Fine Wines, Liquors, and Cigars. GM EQQm fa Call Once and You will be mire and return. In Connection is a first class Restaurant. F. R. McNAMEE, -.tto"ra.5y n(i VI. LA. SB .'UO t- X-aAW. tKI.AMAK. Nkvaba, ELECTION NOTICE. Election, Tuesday, November, 8th, 1904. A resident at Hiko writes to a resident in Pioche as follows: "I received your letter. I did not ex pect to see you this fall. I've only seen three candidates so far, two of which belong to the temperance society, and they had nothing but chin-music to. inake voters happy, so you are safe." HANS 7 OLSEN'S Is one oi v FincstlPlaccs --Inlbalicntr. If you wish anything in tho way nf WineB, Xjicruor'a, andlOigars. CALIENTE NEVADA. TICKET. 1904. HEAT MARKET. CHAS. CDLVERWELL, JR. PROPRIETOR. GaCtertt, - - Nevada. (Opposite Postoffice.) 3T Wholesale & Retail TDEIA-LIUFI I3ST Beeb Pom, resh Fruits, Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters Received every Friday. Woo Tom's RESTAURANT AND Chop -:- House Pursuant to an order of the Hon orable Board of County Commission ers, Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November, 8th, 1904, in the several voting precincts in the County ol Lincoln, State of Nevada, an election will be held for State, County and Township officers, towit : State Officers. Three Presidential Electors. One Member of Congress. One Justice of the Supreme Court One Regent State University (long term). One Regeut State University (short term). County Officers. Out State Senator Three Assemblymen One Sheriff One Clerk & Treasurer One Recorder & Auditor. One District Attorney k Superin tendent of Public Schools. One Public Administrator One County Commissioner, (long term). One County Commissioner (short term). TWnship OprtoEBS. One Justice of Va Peace. One Constable. Constitutional Amendment. Due Constitutional Amendment No. 25. . Which election shall be opened at 8 o'clock a. m. and shall continue open uutil 6 o'clock p. m. of said day. BA.LLOT8. til hIm.i.iii lick I. r lull t b mi.1 at the ...111 mini . ii-wr.l Ae. n In Lilicniu guilty, Novada. B .ml bu su.h as Jiff pr'scrlowl by the election lw Mid furnished by the Hfcrewry of tlin Bute. 11ach ballot or tlokat mill be free iroin i.n m.rlr .-It .tt.rtt.rB. or deTloe or things that would coalite uy person to dtstiDguHh It by th back or warn 'ol ... 1 irom any oiner mam or oauo. ....1 no marl. . uli-Lll b.- ! .tide oq such ballots eioeut tlmsX wltli rutilwr ido only In the square opposite tb-name of tii cuud Mat you yot for. lb nsweol no cantli mte shall beeraced or crowed out. Hud the ballot must not be marked In any manner eicept by said cross X In said squarn utnerwlse me Dallot wui noi uo wuuwu. POIXINQ PLACES, INSPECTORS AND CLERKS MontiaEd Omta. I. (Jarrlsou, 0. A. Til jmpson, iMpectors; a. a. HcUouoid, Unas Osborne, Clerks Polls at Court bmi . Pnn.-A. O I. A H Wedge. E. R Phil Mrs luepeotcrsi FO Le. Jr. Han Atcblaun, Clerks. Foils at scnooi uoum neL.mar-Oeo Banorirh, Wm Pace, Win, Wbeatley. Inspectoral Oeo Nesbltt Jr. Mr Moral, Clerks. Polls at Ball. Callente-W. D. Maynard. H.H. Landlord, Chan Culverwell, Inspectors; Ohn Culverwell, Jr. Q. V. Warren, Clerks puiwatnau. nintfni. VkIIai Oon MmbUu. Laiuond Wo.ids. J. Tyler, Inspeolor; Frank Morrison, Albert Woods, Clerks. Polls at School Uonse. EaKle Valley Honry Hsmraond. Joe Holllnder, Freel Lytle. Inspectors; P U Uevlin, Wm Warren, Clerks. Polls at S.'twol ouae. Spclnn Vail' y Andy Oelmn", Ueury Bice Sr. Dave Francis. ltnpotoM: Heury llioe. Jr, C'has MUlett, Clerks. Polls t School Uiina-i. Fay-Ueo riillit. O. . b.rt, Clark Miller, In .oectors; rimer Mlddltiou. T. ui Btek, .il.rSs Polls at M.ioMy's ! Lake Vallat Annu.Camobill J N Lantef, KoDt j VIcDonalo , In JrtcV"ni: t.ii. .uibcrtfou. Mr mull i Clerks. Pills at Kdan'- House. M.pa -Frrf-ni n 0 bb U f.. Pickett, A L. Winke s. 1 iii .i!tjrs; Obas ."bl. iir WdSutee Polls , at Harris uej L gm l.. .eUo i. B -, J. I'h.i'oas. , Insp cm.1-: .1 rJ Mir-... I a vrcet. i ierks Polls si H '" '" t)v'F' !' -1' J 4 ..i- e. ''r.yt rt J"iiiiS"U, A AukoI1 lusp. . I ' ; Ou' PeratlH. H U Ooon..'. Jr. Polls at HcIikoi ti jllKe Hi Til-TOW M S ph. i , II O.ulry. B F Bin -tv 111, aaw. 'Vhl-.i.-j, M. Ulbson. Clo-k, p II it rioo: ti-'Use. Un. tmIi iini:iiy 1. '"' 'r, orsngu Kr'.. J. ... itt fie,H.rs; Kn .k (). J Buftiaifc. ol -l- s P . - t neb-" I H " " M -.0 itr- - r V -l u .1 fH .e. . ' A '-''ill J-'"' . ,i.i hii l; .ir ( .-ee Jir. mi. ii -, .(, 1' ho -I ';-nii- For State Senator. J. A. DEMON. For Assemb'men, J. A. CLARK, LEVISYPHUS, FRANK WILLIAMS. County Clerk & Treasurer, II J. OOODRICn. Assessor. JOUNF ROEDER. Recorder, HENRY LEE, Sheriff, FRANK WALKER. District Attorney, HENJ. SANDERS, Public Administrator, JAS. LEhOINE. Commissioner, Long Term. JAS. A. NESBIT2. Commissioner, Short Term. O. C. BALDWIN. SALT IjAKEI ROUTE. San Podro, Lcs ..'.ngolcs & Salt Lake Hailroad. Time Table. Effective July 8t 1903. Trains run daily as follows: 3:30 p.m. Lt. Oallentes Ar. 18 p. m MS " " Uvada Lv. 11:1111 a ru. 6:1S " Ar Modeua " USO 6:91 " Lt Modena Ar 10:66 95 " Ar Mllford L 1-U 10:311 " L Mllford Ar : U:8am " Black Koo Lt :I0 J-. " V " Olear Lake " 8.A5 " " Oasla " J:00 5:,g Ar Juab " VM V m :00 Lt Juab Ar 11:K1 6:85 " " Nepbl Lt 10:90 1:8 " " ProTO " 8 8:18 " " Pleasant OroTe " M (1:36 Ar Salt Lake City " 6:08 Trains arriving Salt Lake make direct connection for all points east, north aid west. E. W. GILLETT. T. C. PECK, G. F. & P. A. A.G.P.&T.A Salt Lake City, Utah. X A. Olarlc liflWbii C01M TICKET, 1904. For State Senator, DR. J. D. CAMPR'-'LL. For Assemblymen, E. J. VOX, EDGAR H1ER, LITE WHEA'iLEY. Clerk & Treasurer, C. C. RONNO W. Sheriff, JAKEJ0HXSON. AswHsor, W.U.CLAHK. District Attorney, LAFAYETTE WOODS. Public Administrator, Hr. D1CKLE, Commissioner, Long Term. ALEX ORli. Commissioner, Short Term. S. E. YOVNT. Calient .10! iN sinnn. Drug Store PROPRIETOR, Fine Toilet Soaps. VThe Latest Perftimes.sNf j 0Er The Latest Novelties in Writing Paper. W The -h lcet of Candies. Jl Also a fine line of c igars both foreign and domestic. SUMMONS. In The Fourth Judicial District Court, i ounty of Lincoln, Slate of Nevada. CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED DAY AND NK1HT. OAI..IHNTK. ("JLVkDRWELL HOTEL Calicnto, - - Nevada, Best of Accommodations Fi f Class if-:eds and good Rooms. Special Mte on i g ven the Kitchen and oining Room, and the Best the Market ffordsWill be served, lot Sanitarium'andJHaths in Connection with the Hotel, Water 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Main Street - - - KISKPS The Pukest ok 3 Pioche The Stata ot Nevada Sends Greeting to i y-Mi irby rT-qmrwl t. app r in n u ti Lane, .i- uiili, iu tLi C und Judifiii Di ti.vt 1 lie tiv?i, oi I ''lii;, sud aiiNwer th aw '' ihi-rHu, ..nt h II i- Bin Willi tbe lrk 'j , i (1 urt, Wi bin tint 'i ijri-iirtur the orrloe 'u yu tiiiri -u'iIij;u.-. t xolusivp ol the dtyof tr-it i f: I-'. i-V.'it I lt. tUA'UIHJf, T tWtLl it ir " . ' (ft.- It' if'y, li .t i'hf'. tliiw diffi'H, " t . tt.tr .w- hif h . ill. or jitttcmut liyirim Of Wild COUipUlKt ihf mil ' action brouRbt to rt'vur Jadni' M bif in win. tl wd d ftndat, for th mm o k1 hiin intU aoll-f , bin four bun' re. tn ft iy du.lurt r B' 'vir-i miierwi yon n i"-. . Uktir of your niiuiiiK IP"rT Mid O m T, mhI HUt.-. btiwu tbe li-i d-ty of leoen.b-r, Htiw. nnd ib. lHt'n. of HiyV'ttitMir, lt. ft Ham&e nt teqnnnt, and una buudrud and ii iy doiiar lor thr blrt and mc at oue lutne wbi u. hyycu u id properly batein tbe 1. i - y a, 'i iH4!, iflld UJ' Ut .lay of Heptf-Dib. r lit '4 ,.).. wt.(-H rtiuu you arofd ).o py plaintiif h 1 1 m n li. :. Nf from i..miliit " " .1-n.ar i ii, ft-(i f wtin'b liu'fftiib . ' npon 'a a'l-t io which voa r rt'df'-1 Ani .... fv ' -t b n.tilifd tba; i' ' ' -i hin-war ai d an.wr tin Hid eonifUlH it.v ....iin '. t'm a..d p aiuUff will oik" nw u-vt i:..un Kamti you or fil f-um .f -u ba. (t ' dolliri una '? t'oa of cult Jo T (ttiUKiuy Whft.r, I.Vf t u. o fetuij iiiii l t.':i itftb day oi H. muf' r, ("i-l i J. oH:ttjn' ty hi '. 'aiii'iiT GI.R & OilR.SflAti OHfi, : fiV s. Keeps W lnes. :iiQ.vior a.nci Oigarn. Livery and Feed Stable . fi HTOCK WiTJt tvHt i iorded by the D. Wek and Moath. , w-jw. juit mmmma Blacksmith Shop ore you can get all kinds of JUacIimlthing done at He sonablc Prices. LIQUORS nd fjrd Tab! - tar l ivers 1 Whist Solo and 0 rv r G -mes. Is CHS. CDLVERWELL. l'liOPKIElOR HENRY WELLAND Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE j)) O R. ' T - tit, WK . INaOANBinSPBNT. ' ALSO 4 !.: Ui!l'El awl Vti'ii Xfekt Groceries and Provisions. Glassware and Crockery, Wines, Liquors and Cigar. A Complete Line of Miners 'upplies always on hand. BOOTS ft! SHOES. MAIN' STOIM' MEADOW VALLF.Y STREET I5i.och.o - - ITovada- nunt ,.1-aii.i! 'rrt'iitifH'i. rued in ai l'ittrons In the Fourth Judicial Di rict Coun oftheSldtu of Nevada in m.kJ for the County of Lincoln. In the ststtar of tbe KstsU-, Addison BTlx. ) N :. ,ice of Forfeiture. Hm On Main Street Is the Best pUoe to call when -you wm rht Be't meal to be hirl in Pi-he. Meal TicnetV"3 For Sl.-VCi . . I C.l. nr s n juattruduyg more agony for the The B.ry n.. ... rr,.,,..... MindiditeB. P Cakes Eveif D. . t-t . i. . ; 1 ii n '' ' . :.ri.s i"; - v Ui 4 l Jrf ..... ! "0 u bti .).. . ' l1"11 ' ''" m.ii-1)--- .;n ., : . i I, I 1 ell I- 111 s C II- tat ' S I -i ' ' c.ri;hil 'i .' l !' ' 1 tl 1 ' vnunii. i!i ' i ' " " ; a. i .-i v- . ; lu0 4;.i I. -'iiU'. 1 '" i Sl .-.l,... . II .. r...r. ' ' r. t ir i '' " :i Wloli I ,-i . -:-' -. ' .' ' ' ' ' ' i P lis s. PI . Ii Vu.i.pHr. . u . B"..! . ' "'' j p npl . lu : v .. ' ' 1 ! I f. !i s' Po ! I rlr.Hpr . i.i" . ii . " ...yl ..inaM Hottiw Is berf by lven t'i.1 tlie mider-ii ' l. v Imwd dalr sppoiutM and qu.llflrd 1 tbtt Fonrtb Juillclsl lilstrlot Omrt ... I r of Nnsds, ii, siiil nr tbn County of UhcIti, ss Administrators ol n .vn-i nils. Bvb dSOBSMKl. Allcr.llt'WSlivlri( cs',,.l.. Wfllnso s..' f.'tU are required to Hi Hi "s i-. sr. if. )" Toil M- srsand ststutorj sfflnaTi -. Ii il. iht (llrk of said (V'lr- llnlu lb . ... . tn- first D'iblicatl.ii. .f ih oofi. s . '.II b barred. l)s:ed aud pnHlisbad to- th Itf ui tune 17th 104. T, i, Osborus, tty for said Kstst. I I.OsB'UKe, A lmlnislrst..r . J . i ut. . 'in; ' . i .' Mir tuler trued oo. t ., .i .v, sn-i . i.atla and ...t.h !.''... tii.iatwl lo tba -lur. !! 'imty ,rWate . ii.. V k.r d m- . tba (. r-a '. tha - q., . ;,. -,'l.m WZt of :' ut. ..; ih l'.u.-d -... to bold i.ynrslwil -ut l -. ta tpQV i? - . . . .. ..J . tuiv sfn . rd. ' viv U tt ' ,.,.... -.-aisaalM -t ; -id h-k In -Its Srioche ECZEMA AN v J'lLECUUEl Kn lr.K hi i. ks ... sua i . 1 : Ui hit- Fnr.K -W". . . ' i i..iulro fur.- for cse .l. sit Bird, lusp. - -' Li (. b s 11. of Ootobsr, 1. . , , JAB A. SKnblT'l', County Work. I M y (f ' T 'bra. a.Sii: r-.iit. UO'.'t Bllir-f l .rir r. ,.. 11.1.1 f uliattao 'i . N Y ' i.iib.i. ..tlon I i ,-s.idj o.n'tun WA 1 1 D. -A TWI'WOBTM ttB'-T MAN'nB; and DeLamar Stage Line. sliciitcs and Fanaca. J .... 3 ivNTON Proprietor. ': leave Del.arnar at 7 A. M. every da. wcnx .- Pinmcrt at 11 A. M. and Pioche at 8:: n i;i) , 'connecting with the i L, L A & i .ml ut OulienteK 'i'.. ni'r by H...I :.' B 111 n. ITaloR ,,. ; inly in ai'b count" '. .. . .-.on hums fur an old .StOtlniMl noiisn in B.iiu m s ralKbt. bona Me kl -ab salary ol 1 1 8 00 pld by check each dues Isy Wltb sll lp"nss direct from headquarters, Mousy adTancod for aipenae SiO Oaxton aian,, unicago- 0aMalyMh tWM.. ;ifi -V at Thompson's Store. .,, A. Thompson, Agent. 1.