Amu nmnat VOL. XXIII. LAKKVIKW, LAKK COUNTY, OllUiOX, THURSDAY, AI'KIL.LM, M2. NO. in. 44 HIE GET IT Nit!" The Mnn of Orcnl Heart Who l.oveth Muchly t he lior find Downtrodden People. Tim litii'liiii in my shepanl. 1 tthall not w nut for any yood limit: dur ing tin- t-itinpiugn w lillo I In1 good lkM'lur runneth for tin high Judgeship. He liutli plenty nl "dough" which liHtli Imen cliH'l in -iiiihiiiii Irnin llie 1 1 i K IpiiiiIn, hiiiI this in tin M'Ahoii l the ycur w hen he lludt'lli much plranuie ii I'iri iiluhoii nl liii lllttiy Inert), lie hath nlil me in honey words lliMl lie in rnv U'hhI friend. He hath offered lo buy llie baud ol woolly bleaters. Two years ago ml thin time lie ofJerelh inu the Same Jay-out niter In) gettelh t lie seal in Con K,res Iroin Tun wIkj halh held it lo these many years and tjuite long noiigh. hut lie changelli lii iiiiml nil iIhI not (o to llie big house where they try to passelh laws Id lease t lit lauds which hrlongfUi Ui t'ncle Saimir and lie t'liniik'i'tli tin mind also about my liitml ul bleaters wen after 1 pickcth thrill 0111. I gclcth them nit! Hut I thinkith thin time lie keciieth liin iroiiii'H with Ihu multitude fur lie Imtli grenl piles til gold and in anious to ilo otiicthiiig for the poor people who hatli vutfil for him I hone in my years. When lie winneth the judgeship ul the big county lie will give many jmojilu em ployiiifiit in biiililni tlit hi academy (or I lie poor man's children. Verily, 1 tell ve mi'li whohittli H Vote tliHl he i the great hihinthriiiiit. l or lo tlies. til it ii v yi'iirH the si-tih-rs itcrox the inoiiiitniuii in Warner valley hall fought tor their homes ugsliiHl M big I'orporntioii who t'oveteth their hinds and lie hit i'oiiiu to realize now how much they have suffcreth, and straight way he sendeth a petition to the big moil in Washington ami the bi chief in the White House asking litem to con veraetlt with the great father of lamia to iecide the inane. He doeth this for the ioor settlers because lie hath ureal in fluence with the chiefs at Washington and he in very anxio'is at thia time for the interests tf the tioor settlers who may loNe their IiiihIh. He knowelh thitt Te.liiv, w ho sometimes getclh hull heiided. will go straightway to Chief Hitch it 1 1 I tell hint lo decide the cam In-fore he relirelh to private life. Ii may muketh Cluulio in 1'ortland wax wroth and gcteth mud liketh the scor pion, but the Pur tor rareth naught, for ho hath a holy and friendly feeling in liis heart (or the poor net tiers. He iiiaketh thu heart ol the tippler Kind for thia ii the HtMiHou of the treat jubilee, and beer runneth like water and cigar smnketh like unto a great volcano. He cannot prepareth the ballot in the pres core of the judgment heeiuihe some fools mitkflh a law Australian, but lie telleth the good man whom ho loveth how to vote huriiii-t) when he warmoth the judt(e'a chair great change, will cometh about and the poor mnn will veaau to puyelh nil the taxea and the rich man will payeth for him. Ilo Iniyeth Iiiik' bodies ol land and great berdn of cattle utid when the wine men in I'oiiuivbh puHseth Ihtt law to learn' the greiit domain hu will u his intluence so that the man w in) hath small IihihIh, itnd the bomeittead the great Uncle ham civeth to him, can get eth the first whack where the waters doth run Hiid he will taketh the lands where the waters are never seen and will live happily alongside of bis poor uuighbor ever afterward, aud receive the hltvMiiiK of hi children and bis cliil ilteim children. Yen, verily, hath we a w"m iii iI a pliilitni hropist ainoiig u! Now, men, do honor to the grt-sl .! bova w ho livelh amniiKKt us, and who hiveth Ms, and w ho bath watched over our dentin it- llu-no many years. 1 1 in money hitlli houuhl us bit-ad when we were hard up and our children were full of huntlcr. Via, ihouyh we walk through the mud and rain to vole fur him, and sltotit ouri-clvc hoarse when he is fleeted, and straightway be for Ketelh us, and all the good thiiiKS be hath pri'iiuned u, let us iu liketh unto the Chrislisn and iiifll the hot anger that rirt'th tip from our hearts. When we meet him in his ofllce and h know eth us not let us kee h-iIi our leiner and thiuketh not evil. When all these promisvs, made when the political toiiKiie doth wag, are fountl lo Ihj the gold bricks let ua not in our humility believe that the wool has been pulled over our eyes all the dayt of our life. HAMnRSLIiY.TULL WLDDINO. K-arcely any one who know Billy llameraley ever dreamed that the mat rimonial bee was Lulling in his Uinnet, and that he intended breaking the ranks of ItachelorlusKl lo join the army of Hemslicts, and become staid man ol family and a lover ol home comlorla, but such a step has he taken. The Iihc py event look place yesterday, April 'S.ir i, at .'I p. in. at thu residence ol bis mother, Mrs. M. J. llameraley, when County Judge Chas. Tomiingson Bxike the oleum word that joined in matri monial bonds tbtt hearts and bands ol William K. HamerslfV and Mrs. Mar garet M. 1 till. Duly a few very mti mate friends, and relatives of the groom, were prehent to witness the nuptials The affair was one of those "quiet wed dings" one reads aoout so often, but the siualluess of the crowd ol witnesses did not detract from the happiness ami pleasure of bride aud groom aud in vited guests. After the ceremony and hearty congratulations had been ex tended to the newly wedded couple, all present were invited to partake of an excellent wedding feast, prepared by the generous hostess, "Grandma" Hani- ersley. The groom is probably one of the best known men in Lake county and has a large number of friends who will wish him good fortune and happiness in his married lifu. The bride is a resident of Vistillis and is highly esteemed hv thoce J who know her well. Mie is jut-t the woman to make huine a comfort and husband happy. ine i-x a miner joins with manv friends in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Ham ersley all the joy, bliss and happiness of wedded life. The Jumbled, Conglomerated Mass of Unreliable Stuff Fixed up by the 'Rustler" Lightning Cal culator Disproved by the Records of Lake County and a Pleasing Campaign Story is Properly Nipped in the Hud! Owing to the fact that there are many conflicting re ports in cireulatiou in relation to the financial condition of Lake County, and particularly covering a period of time from July, 1808, to April, 1902, I make the following statement taken from the Records in my office and in my custody, which shows the amount of money received and on what account the same has been disbursed: The amount of money received and expended by S. F. Ahlstrom during his term of office as County Treasurer: S. F. Aiilstom. Ri-xkivei). Paid Oct. Total ree'd from all sources $94-,589.09 For redemption Co. Warrants and interest" :: $46,907.82 For State Taxes ::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: For School Purposes Road Fund School District No. 6;;;;;::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::: School District No. 7."::::::::::::::".":.'::::::::::"""" School District Xo. 11 School District Xo. 1G School District Xo. 21::- Institute Fund ::::::: Bv cash turned over to Leo Iieall :::::: ::::::::::::: 17.G25.86 20,170.35 578.81 143.57 737.74 181.30 88.92 588.11 58.50 7,508.11 $94,589.09 $94,589.09 WINOFIELD BUSSIE. Uriel mention was made in The Kx aminer last week of the nuptials of Mr. Morris Winglield and Miss Nadie Kus sie, at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. It. Reynolds on the evening of the 16th. The ceremony w as performed by Kev. C. W. Ilolloman of the Bap tint Church in the presence of the parents of the brido, and Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Fitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs. 1$. Reynolds. A splendid wed ding supper was served, and the occa sion w Hi a thoroughly happy one. The groom is junior member of the mer chandise linn of Reynolds it Winglield of I.ukeview, and is a wideawake and prosperous business man. The bride is an excellent young womun, deserving iu every way of a happy future. The Kxniu ner extends to Mr. and Mrs. Winglield its best wishes for a blissful married lite. The amount of money received and expended by Coun ty Treasurer Lee Beall from the commencement of his term to April 1, 1902: Lee Beall. Received. Paid Out. Total Rec'd from all sources $110,479.97 For redemption Co. Warrants and interest:::::.:$47,0G7.46 For State Taxes::::::::::;:::""-::.-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 20,203.90 For State Scalp Bounty Tax:: .:: ::::::. : 1,077.10 I-or redemption ol School warrants;:: : :.:.: : :: 15,772.09 For Int. on bonds, School Dist. Xo. 7 : : :::::: ::::::: 525.00 For Int. on bonds, School Dist. Xo. 11 :::.:::.... :.:::: 180.00 For School Dist. No. 3, (Clerk): it it tt 11 Q tt 11 It It It 1 It " Institute, (to Supt.) :::::::::::::::::::::::: 285.33 :::::::::::::::::::: 30.05 "::::::::::::::::;.: 1G.7G :::::::::::::::""": 79.00 Balance on hand in all tunds April 1st, 1902::::;:25,242.G8 The former statement shows that f4ti,U07 82 was paid out for the redemp tion of County warrants and interest,; $110,479.97 $110,479.97 over and alwve the amount of warrants issued during aaid time. Then the estimated accrued interest aniline latter 4,,uo,.-in making a total j oll 8tti,i $:o,4S7.17 would be fVKXUH: of fti3,97o.S8. The lust mentioned state-(taking illt0 consideration that several uieut shows a balance on hand April 1, V.KY1, of i",LM2.oS of w hich amount 15, HS.Mis applicable to the payment of County warrants, and that amount was called in by the Treasurer on the Srd day of April, l!t)2, making a grand to tal paid for redemption of County war- thousand dollars of the warrants in cluded in aaid $70,-187.17 have been re deemed, in fact all warrants ixMted, that have beeu protested by the County Treasurer up to and including the 14th day of November 1850, have been re deemed, this $5000.00 deducted from Rushing the season Building-1 boats for Salt River. rants and Interest from July 18U8 to ' $-l,ti:5.ti4 would leave a balance of 2i, Aprils, W2 of IHW.122.Sl. mM, the net reductio i of Lake The records show that during the i County's indebtedness during said time 1 47..13 reducing said indebtedness to Now , about etifiiatiiiir what the in dehtf-diiews of Lake County would be on April 1, lm'J: The average yearly running expenses of Lake County are W.OOU.OO; however, 1 will make my estimate on my last report, iMivering the time from Octolier 1, 1901, to April 1, 1102. !hH report shows that f l,0S4..93 have been iiwued in County Warrants, H,l8.3 for County purpose t7,14i.OO iu sralp bounty warrants. This would make f ir the ensuing year $17,877.80 for County purioses aud $14,212.00 for scalp bounty, making a total of $32,100 8l;of thia amount $14,292.00 for scalp Ixiunty purfNtses the btate would reim burse Lake County in the sum of $9,528. 00. w hich is applicable to the payment of County Warrants. Then on the let day of April 1902 there was remaining unpaid taxes on the Assessment Roll for the year 1901 which is applicable to the payment of County Warrants, the sum of $3,740.00. And tke amount of money received for fe-i and otbec source which is turned into the General Fund and ia applicable to the payment of County Warrants averages $2000.00 yearly, making a total of $15,268 appli cable to the payment of County War rants. The total indebtedness April 3, 1902, was $45,004.02, estimated amount of warrants iaeued for preceeding year $32,169.83, aud estimated interest se cured on sum total $3,300.00 making a grand total of $81,074.78. Now deducting the amount applicable to the payment of County Warrants $15,2U8,.00, would leave the indebtedness on April 1, 1903, $65,800.76. Then, in January 1903 the Sheriff would receive the Assessment Hull for the year 190?, and the amount on said Roll applicable to the payment of County Warrants, taking in cousider- ation the Roll for the year 1901, would be $22,000.00, thus again reducing the indebtedness to $43,800.78 at a date be tween April 1st aud loth. 1903. The foregoing statement ia made on the very highest rating I could give, and in my opinion Cdtlld not reach the figures given, for the following reasons: 1st. I do not think there will be as many scalps of w ild animals presented in the coming year as were presented the past year. 2nd. Heretofore warrants were issued on the General Fund for the building and repairing of County roads; now there is a road fund with $2,603.53 therein, which is mi ample amount to put the roads in condition for the com ing year. 3rd. The small pox epidemic w as an unavoidable expense of $1,130.82, which we trust is stamped out. William Uiwthkr, County Clerk.. Where the Shoe Finches. The County Judge is the only ollicer whose election would interfere with The Examiner's graft. Funny, isn't it! Hustler. If legitimate work at legitimate prices is a "graft" then The Examiner pleads guilty, l'.ut, great Scott 1 Wouldn't our friend dow n the street like to have the chance to "graft!" That's where the shoe pinches, and is what l .ts made the Hustler yell for year pact the desire for public patronage. Tli the con tempcrary exacts it' lr. Daly is elected. See? period of the time from July 1S98 to April 1; 1902, County warran were issued amounting to $70,487.17; that w6uld leave a difference of $29,6:i5.' from July 1898 to April 8, 1902. The total indebtedness of Lake County on the 1st day of April, 190-2, wss $60,752.45, and on April 3rd 1902, County Treasurer 64 iUd out for redemption of' warrants 10 Itctelt called in and has paid $15, Leuus Klippel and Jaiue.1 1'onter of Summer Itke spent a lew days in I.akeview this week. Mr. Funter re cently sold to Mr. Leonard of Davit Creek, his two running auimuU, "Lulu F" aud "Jim Foster." Purveyor 1. M. Currey has returned from Silver Lake where he has been doing civil engineering for two months.