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- , - e THE ROflHWrcifiKT.Yl VOL. J.VII BOUNCING THE LOBBYSTS. PIOCHE, NEVADA. Assemblyman introduced the following this morning and it went through the Assembly with out a dissenting vote, Assembly Resolution Prohibit ing Lobbyists within the Capitol Building. whereas, the prevalent system of lobbying - m and with mem- TAKe NOTICE YOUNG MEN. bers of th rj V, distatefof-au'l members of this body, and whereas, it is the sense of this, . the Assembly of the " Twenty third session of the Nevoda fegislature, that they are the sworn representatives of the people of the state of Nevada at large ana of the interests of the masses of said people. therefore, be it resolved, that it is the sense of the As sembly of the twenty-third ses sion of the Nevada legislature, to declare itself unconditionally gainst the prevalent system of lobbying within this building on the part of hired and professional lobbyists, and Be it resolved, that any person ! attempting to influence, or I tamper with the vote of ' any ! member of this Assembly, within j the State Capitol building shall I be held in contempt by this House, and upon complaint I naving been made, or evidence having been offered, of an violation of this Re.iofution, th Sergeant-at-Arrru of this H uisi ; shall, upon or in of tha Speaker, place unde;- arrest any person complains i of :md brinsr the same before the bir of this House ta tefi-iedor d-ultwith 'in accordance with th-j wish of this body. Pajsaj unanimously. BIG SALARIES. Ten young women have signed a round robin and mailed it to the editors of Nevada newspapers with a request that they be good fellows and print their letter and help them out for th .j MX 111 earnest and mean husinpss w,. is a chance for the young men of Lincoln county to get busy and 0Vrt ' P 4.1. r - aumc uj. muse youner -..Jr"n not all are brought to i waua. i he following is a copy of 'the letter sent to the different Nevada editors: My Dear Sir: Having heard so many reports of the golden trensii Win Koinn- , .. . yieia up daily by the hills of Ne vada, and that the ratio of un TYl T ! nrl win 1 r wiuiucu men in vnnr st-afo about twenty to one woman, we ut.e ine lioertyof asking if there may not De some chanpt. frvr i,a We are all younc ladips hphon the ages of 18 and 24. of rpsmr. abe reputations and good educa tion. Each of us can cook and throughly attend to the duties of a household. wa ,, vi t ant lu come to Nevada and would be willing to marry suitable young men. We will send Dhotiwrvinha I of ourselves in your care, to gether with any information de sired. We are nearly all of us girls who have had to work fer a liv ing, and believe the chances for a kind and loving husband and a go(.d home are better in Nevada than here. We live in Davenport la., and Rock Island and Moline, 111., on the banks of the Missis sippi river. Won't you please try and help us in this matter, as we are in earnest and really want to come to Nevada? Will answer .mv If the bill passes relative to the Nye county officials the . District Attorney will be the highest salaried official in the state, as his salary will be $7500, nearly four times as much as the Attorney General of the State receives at the present time. Tht hill will nr rlntihf Kwnm , j ki. v.. w i 1 1 c a law, as it is considered a local measure, and the members of the legislature are allowing the dif ferent county delegations to en act laws to suit themselves in their own districts. In his speech explaining the bill, Assemblyman Ray stated that the fee system that is . practiced at present made it possible for the District Attorney to bankrupt the county by fees without going outside his duties. For the conviction of each vagrant there is a fee allowed the District Attorney of $23. It is the custom however, to allow vagrants to depart. This salary, however," is not considered large by the members of the bar in that vicinity, as there are a number of men who make more than the salary paid the District Attorney. The Judge's salary for that district will be $8000 when the new law regarding the redisrict ing the State is passed. : Judge Breen of that district is saia to nave Deen ottered a salary of $10,000 if he would continue in the office, but he will resign and resume his practice and the development of his min ing interests. ' Our Bonded Debt Bill. Introduced by Senator Campbell Section 1. The P,oard nf County Commissioners of Lincoln County, Nevada, bv an affirma tive vote of a majority of the members thereo -o hereby em powered to fund and efund all existing indebtedness of said county which has accrued under an Act entitled "An Aci to con solidate and fund the indebted ness of Lincoln County," approv ed February 17. 1873: that said indebtedness pan hp j? i i iunuea ior an amount enu.n tn sixty-five per cent of the amount oi said indebtedness, nrinrmn . i r auu mutest computed -to and stated as of June 1, 1907, and said Board of Coimtv . "J winuin- sioners of Lincoln County may issue the negotiable bonds of said county therefor, indenomina tions of one thousand AM each, having not less than ten years and not more than thirty years to run, and bearing interest at the rate of four per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. Whenever bonds issued under this section shall be duly execut ed, numbered consecutively and sealed, thev snail ho rUK,r,i . ' ' umcicu LU the County Treasurer and his receipt taken therefor, and he ! shall stand charged on his of 1 ficial bond with all bonds deliver ) ed to him and with the proceeds j thereof. The County Treasurer, under the direction of the Board : ot County Commissioners, oi6. who is wilhne to evekn any valid original bonds, coupons or otner evidences of such in debtedness, and which lawful obligations of said county for the bonds h . provided to oe issued, at the rate of sixty five cents on the dollar tor the amount of said original evidences of indebted'- ness, principal and interest- receive such bonds in exchange and the Board of County 'Com missioners, upon the" surrvrwW ot such original valid bonds. coupingor other existing valid inquiries which may come to us ! exchange any of said bonds for and which have your approval as j satisfaction of the indebted to reliability." ness described in section one hereof, outstanding on the date .,,1, i.L A , 1 evidences of indebted nesa tn th County Treasurer, may authorize me county lreasurer to issue and deliver to such holder or holders of such original valid bonds, coupons or other existing valid evidences of indebtedness, upon surrender thereof, bonds herein authorized to be issued, to an amount equal to sixty-five cents on the dollar of the amount of suce origin?' valid bonds, coupons or other existing valid evidences of indebtedness received by the County Treasurer shall be marked paid and canrelrl and a record of said oriirinal vHrl bonds, coupons or other existing valid evidence of fndoht. edness, showing ing bonds, warrants indebtedness against the" count. ac any time, under the direct oi of the Board of County Commis sioners. aa coupons by him 'd anppla.1 Ait direct on payments of bonds so draw. payment shall be made in , n viiTS The Board of Countv rm;J W ? the id several advertis- sioners shall cause to be assessed 1 , ou, an fc of the funds so and levied each' year uS 7ht fe h bounty Treasur- Noncr Of Postpone ment of Tovn- site Sale. tllP fnrm , ., -- . uv..,i mcvuui .cnereoi. which of such ev fences of indebtedness shall at all times show the exact nnrnhfu-o dotoo n. i. . i. . "v nic exact tenth year after the issue of said oonus, upon the taxable of the countv- in aMi - w cue levy authorized for nthor poses; a sufficient tax to pay the interest on outstand no- h,-,n,io libuea in contormif-u tr. u- piuvions oi tnis Act, accruing uciure tne next annua taey snau cause to ho MM.i and levied, in the tenth after the issue of sup h h a in each year thpronffay. ' ,... The TTnrtaieirrr,j l i... suffice tn "ztt:: -r y - v au lcaar one urives noticp thut oi twentieth of tho h u .. mib ui paid, and the inters n certai portions of the Piorhp yvii an the outstanding bonds, in addit- Iownsite heretofore advpr. ion to all taxes for nth poses, and the n, " JTT . u mm' not take from such assessments and levies place on the day for which shall be known as the "Bond i;; is advertised, but will hp for the rr postponed unt f urther 4. l u"ua anu nntipp interest coupons, and fnr nouce other purnose whavor- a u GEO. S RRAWxt - , mixx LI1C I -"AVW II l County Treasurer shall open and Trustee of Pioche Tnwr, keeo in his hnnto Q OQ . nucne IOWT1 . v..u OCJJttidLe ana o1ro SnVial annmnl il i . . . oltc numbers, dates and amounts of bonds and coupons, and whom received, shall be made and the same shall at all times be open to inspection by the public. ine county Treasurer- shall keep a careful record nf ail -f. 14 transactions under the authority condition of said bond fund. TFucucver, aiter ten years from the date of said bonds, the amount in the hands of the County Treasurer belonging to me oonu lund. after sottln. Mue trie sum required to pay the interest maturing before the Feb. 11, 1907. or tms Act, and a recortl nf th . . number. Hntp n,i S "7 i T ia ent to redoem , ""ic ui uitv- . nvp nr mnro rt cn;j l j. mnfonnl, W.l .! ... " " " "A a,U OOI1US, ttte NOTICE application For Per mission To annrnnrht. The Public Waters zf the otaxe Of Nevada THEY SAY. That they are still guessing. wnen this Act becomes a law, upon compliance with the terms and conditions of this A ot nt Vta i shall, when directed bv th Jos. Free accompanied by W. R. Wallace, came in on Wednesday's stage. Mr. Wallace is here looking over his many holdings he has recently purchased in this and adjoining districts. - Mrs. Sawyer and daughter Jennie are in town from , Salt.Lake visiting Mrs. J. A. Olark,. daughter, and sister. 01 4--irt rn, . . , ! seU afiy Portion of said bonds for llst or description of the evidences I hat" thou unl Kn LJ lt j . . , "7 "1" wnen 1 money at not less than the par OIC0Unty indebtedness exchang- we 11 have no more to say. value thereof, the nroceeds nf ed therefor, and the amnn- f That the wandering organist ' such saJe-r sales to be applied money from principal and other maae quite a hit in singing the ! eeiusiveiy to the payment, sources, including accrued inter- new song, that was written bv a satlsaction and discharge of the est received by him on such sale rinaeotedness ot Lincoln County or exchange, which latter sum wmcn nas accrued under the sna11 oe charged to him as money Act of 1873 mentioned in section received by him on bond fund one nereot. and so entered by him on his Whenever any of the indebted- books: but such bonds shall not ness for which such bonds . are be so'd or exchanged for any permitted to be issued, has been indebtedness of the county, ex put into final judgements or cePt bv the approval of' the judgements, and whenever the Boai'd of County Commissioners tejjai owners or noiders of anoh saiu Lincoln Countv judgement or judgements are In case the holders of anv of wuuhk tu accept in satisfaction ue maeDtedness mentioned in tnereot sixty-five per cent of the section one hereof shall not be 'amount of such judgement or willing to exchange the same judgements with interest and the under the terms and provisions costs of suit thereon, in the bonds of this Act but are willing to ac- hereby authorized, at the par cept money in satisfaction of value the eof, then the Board of their said demands at the rate of County Commissioners are author sixty-five cents on the dollar of lzed and empowered to direct the tne amont of their said demands, CountyTreasurer to deliver to the mcluding interest, the County owner or holder of such ino-o. Commissioners of Li ment or judgments. hnnU nf by an affirmative the issue herein provided for, at maJ.ority of the members there the par value thereof to the of' in case a11 r any part of the amount of sixty-five ner cent f entire indebtedness can ho tA the amount of such judgement for an amunt equal to sixty-five ur judgements and interest, and NaHo ia ku.l ' Februarv . ;"' " n the 4th' of Chapter XLVX '. st'" delivered to him nn 7w " . esna 1 the authority of this Act. thT L 'E The County Treasurer hU ir, u Ui. Ir. mai8 (mm V, ,r af l , , vviijuuaaiunerij OI SUCn iapr anil vailey Wash at Doi.ia N s- 1 , v ; . " r i-annally, a statement of aU i St of 1 the tLn ZtZZ S?m S bonds .ssaed and delivered under ; bonds iaslled Tr Z S!-5SiWK t viiv i . " i w at UHnpnr'iui . . Surned him since th rn-A;' 77 "7 i 7 , "S oonds to ab- henry thurtell. VIVLUll V Dltth - 1 JT 1 - I Hnta h'.-J nnn rnn n-y- -p 1 i i " . - . ,i .. - ,. uuiius lasueu nereunder the him sinceTh. ZJ?JLy 'l "standing bonds to ab- That thev will 0fsn .ult'ldU wnen erected by the dna ine aate ot such sale or ex- zvnUxhU tm aA ,:..u P.iww .lessing too. i rd of County Commissioners, nge, and, when exchanged, a ! payment upon he SS of Dfds' Lease- "ds, Agree- Thsif fr.fi .-nu, , ! sellay Portion of said bonds for or description of the evidences Proof of Labor and . vmu8 m numerous nth pi- hio?, V VJ 1C local composer. That rivers, when their old channels becomes corrupt, some times change their courses , and wear new ones. That the "New Economy Macadam" used on Main St. will be a grand success-when it quits raining. Bummer says: 'Get married boys its lovely, its divine inatthe barber post collided with a fair pedestrian, di inner ' f-y some ot its gyratory movements ( i) No reasons given. That he is an excellent dancer but she cannot get him to go as he is too old. 1 hat, the little brown roaster is staying, and the little brown hen sa laying. T T 1 i . . tie discovered the next morning-after drinking a few drops oi coid water-that he selected the wrone hat the mVht hpfr.ro or effected an exchange with an unKnown person, That some of the business men are taking great pride in the beautifying of Main St. Fresh lettuce and onions at Thompson's. An official statement from the Selby Smelting Works shows that a recent shipment of 47 tons of ore from the Hayes and Mon nettee lease on the Mohawk mine at (joldheld netted the shippers $574,000. They expect to stay for i at man and rancher in Battle least month... ;- . ' Mountain, Nevada, and Miss Sunt E F. Freudenthal of th ' Margaret Russell, daughter of Neyada-Utah arrived from Los 7Vr' and Mfs George Russe11 of Bailie jnace, were married Angeles the week Los fore paTtf of the in Oakland, Cal.. on Feb. 8. at the i Hotel Touraine. ""t mxivj the amount of said Costs nf om'f upon receiving from the owner or holder of such iudo-Pmont , V "O wn v, i v judgments a full and complete satisiaction. dischnro-o a anu cancelation of such judgement or judgements and said satisfaction, when delivered to the County Treasurer, shall be filed in the court in whlr-h 0i. . " OUtll judgement or judgements were rendered and are entered, and a true copy thereof, pa u j v.wvu (,U such by said County Treasurer shall also be filed in the office of tne county Auditor of Lincoln County. SAny holder or holrlrc f --.w KJ VA CillV valid and subsisting indebtedness of Lincoln Countv. whiVi QiivMft under the terms of an Act entitl ed All ACt' to. consnl.'rl'fl fund the indebtedness rf i.;t uinwitl County," approved February 7 cents on the dollar uoon the fn amount of such indebtedness may order all or a sufficient numDer ot said bonds to be sold for money for such purpose, but saie snau be made of th same or any part thereof, except uie nignest bidder, after advertising for bids for the pur chase of the same for not less than three weeks in at least one newspaper published in the county, if there be a newspaper published in the county, and in some newspaper of general circulation published in the State the right to be reserved in such advertisement to reject any and all bids, but the said bonds may be exchanged for other bonds or warrants or other indebted against the county without advertising, at the rate of sixty five cents on the dollar of the amoumt of such other outstand- number one-twentieth nf th fllV number of bonds then outstand ing, and thereupon the County treasurer shal erixe . , j publication m a newspaper of general circulation in said Lincoln County, and also in a nuwspaper printed and nnhliah. ea in the City ot San Francisco in the State of California a w.-a.W. Hal. XA dressed "To the holders of Lincoln County, Nevada," and stating the numbers of the bonds i " i so urawn, and statiner brieflv ,i , , . ' mat tne bonds bearing the numbers so drawn, and all inter est thereon to the date of next interest payment, stating saio date, win be paid in full the County Treasurer at his office in Lincoln County, upon presentation of said bonds and all unpaid coupons pertaining tnereto. wnicn notice sh ho - VV WW pnnted and published in said newspapers for eight successive puoucations, tne last of which shall not be less than sixty days prior to the date fixed for the payment of such bonds. On and after the date fixed in said notice, the interest on said several bonds bearing the num bers so drawn and specified in said advertisement, shall cease, and the amount of money to pay satisfy and discharge the same with interest to said date, shall be set aside from all other money in the hands of the County Treasurer to be held for the pay- ment oi said bonds and interest when tne same shall be presented If said bonds are not so Drpsent. ed, the interest thereon shall nevertheless cease. Upon pre sentation of Said bonds nnrl oil Ull unpaid coupons pertaining there to, the County Treasurer shall naard the same Daid and cancfUA . and thereupon make a complete record m nis omee ot the trans actions' arid sha!l also fl the County Auditor and County Commissioners with a full and7 detailed report of the transac- s tions , including a list of the bonds Record Office. PIOCHE MEAT COMPANY B virtu of an Btt-uttoa famed a. k . MANHATTAN GOLD K MINING COMPANY. Conmn- - . Dollar, (iHJLiSM) with tatragt ,t ah Fourteen DolU W14.w JJ hat.r ccru,w U. I hay. ly W S. fcT Ihm Tolaphono. Revenue. RTnu. K. 1 .i it S,oth thTToW oTptocta 7 noon I will ii .11 ..vr,'". " twlv" Pny m th. bov. described Droprt, tPih. Lincoln Countv M..,-i- . ' rwen . . . -"- irreiront door ox th ? f?ou- t Public Auction, for auh ta th. hnd of the hiht Biddi imtuSlhfslil Execution and all coats. T Smd Dat. of flrat Pubiicat Forfeiture Notice. Salt lif rt. ti.. T. r a ol 77 Z ,n" iyu7- CUunant. """orou' You mrm hMh. a. . - . durin. th. usmss rzxz zt qti. x, j J uutnet Lincoln Co. . . " Nvmd. nd lying partly In St..!!-! .... . x, in COOK O Put 490 ami mj th. offlc. of th. BZ I have also .xpended during the year 1908. aim Minmst District Lincoln r MZri . yxr certificate of which ia rJiZ , n , cmtkn Said labor and improvem.nt. bainc do. 'ad Portion of of auch expendihjre .wnert .ntereata in id claim, wil be!! ofth.aubacriber.your ec-owwnhSTSS th tX3 to unwo thirds th. amount for each claim or W6.86 for .ch claim divided wuallyTSwS M. JOHNSON. Cc-owner. Salt Lake City Utah.. John M. Breeze Attornev-at-Law Mining and Corporation Law A Srjecialtv: PIOCHE, . NEVADA. I I LEE, OLINGHOUSE an, AUSTIN PROPRIETORS JJeaier 1.1 Fresh and salted Meats Fish, Game and Vegetables. MAIN ST. PIOCHE. NEV. I the A. S. THOMPSON Col HAEDWARE. TINWARE. GLASSWARE Wholesale r id Retail Dealers General Merchandise.. OaaVBVamVaM - BAY. GRAIN, FLOUR, FUSE, www, rucjui. Gint's Furnishing Goods V POWDER CAPS Confectioneries, Patent Medicines, Steel and Other Mining Supplies fl . Wines Li(luor and Cigars. mi Ulle .CALIENTE DRUG STOBEI JOHN SHIER. PROPRrRTHP I I Fine Toilet Soaps- The Latest Perfumes. The Latest Novelties in Writing Paper. The- Choicest of Candies. Hu?7n7 Line of Cign 1 Prescriptions Compounded Day and Night. 1 I Caliente, mi. 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