|Paper||Silver Reef Miner|
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|Paper||Silver Reef Miner|
c—i , _ .- Ehc A 511 ”2 r . g; 2 ‘t ‘ﬁ A pmmm EPISODE. W I u 2 r “3 How Three - Final-tars Lost Breakfast. Newf'fio'éav. Their _, J. (9w: (diva. ‘ ' T :12 Notice. iAirman...............AUGUST 5,1882 Fact: the Denver Republican we learn that (in the 21st of July, Judge .lrlallett, of Denver, Colorado, rendered a very important decision concerning the rights of railroads. The Denver it New Orleans railway had brought suit against the Atchison, Topeka 61'. Santa Fe, asking for an injunction restraining the latter road from dis— criminating in favor of the Denver & The decision of Judge Rio Grande. Hallett was against the Denver & a eillverllee Aidiﬁﬂtﬂﬁidhl of principa. trace of business. San Francisco. California. Location of works, Silver Reef District, Washington County. I'tztli Territory. _ Notice. is hm‘ebygiven. that at a meeting of the Board of l‘irectors. held on tin: 22st; day of June, 1832, an assessment ()‘oz‘ig of fifty (.30) cents per- share was levies upon the capital stock of the Corporation. payable immediatelyin l'nited States gold coin. to the Secretary, at the oiiicc. of the Company. Room 9..\'o. 32? Pine street. ban Francisco, California. . Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on thclth day of August 185-2.. will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction: and unless payment is made before will I sold on Monday. the 23th (lav of Augusnlt 3. m paythe delinquent assessmcnL'icgeihcr with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. _ By order of the Board of Directors. 1). B. CHISllULll. Ofﬁce—Room SI 30. Francisco. California. in)"I w- Secretary. l’ine n’trcct, San Weekly, FOR ,Hsé ++++ .—.-—:+++++++++-i+:~++++i—++o++++-r "he; +9” My ,-_ ................................. . .......... + e- . b . .t' ., . + ¢ . X z i 1. . . . . ' 1' a + 1. .: ....coxrarxs‘ T1111... The Only Exclusive Dealer in CH E APER THAN E YER. Prescriptions Carefully Fillet}. The Larges». gtoek The Live Representative .A. d. MCDONALD. R. G. )1 ‘QLZAKKIII. feetgyitl‘ . ’2 M’QUABRI FINE SUMMER GOODS “i'he True Expo nent The Mining Industries the ‘eggs on toast, but his lack ,of appetite was apparent. Thornton remarked, the mystic card, and said, “I received this late’iast night, and it has rather OF THE Wall Paper, Tua‘oy Carriages are as Great Sandstone Deposits ems bet-wattle. *St. George, Utah. Goods delivered at Very Lowest Rates ill-1E ONLY . NEWSPAPER Q‘Correspondeuco Solicited. ‘6! Published in Southern Utah. 'TAILQRING ....AND.... In all its Branches. 'OF THE PEOPLE. Additions constantly coming in to our Dry Goods and Millinery stock which are selected by thoroughly cmnpetentjndges. so that we can oii't-r the‘latest styles and patterns of goods. Our stock of geni‘s clothing, furnisl‘r ‘ings, boots and shoes. etc, is complete, and prices beyond'competition. Fine Suits Made to Order .—.__ The Largest Circulation Iti-Au assortment of ﬁne imported Eng ish Cloths always on hand. Goods delivered promptly to any part of Best Advertising Medium town. Shop corner Centre and FirstWest Streets WGivc us moan and be convinced. A. WINQI’IST. ‘5. A Terrill Send for a Specimen Copy llllllll RS! teplete with Local Happenings anu ADIING FOR .... General Dealer inn.-. Arizona Madeleine? General Interest. GRGGE R1253 than a dozen letters conta‘u. Sent to any address in the United States one month for I‘Ltf 1i» uﬁ‘hun Should know that the. natural highway from the West and): orth leads across the Color ado River at RIOVILLE nanny, Ps2 oars to n s At the conﬂuence of the Rio Virgen with Is the BEST SALVE for Cuts. Chilblains, Corns and nllkinds of Skin Eruptions, Freckles Ind Pimple: Get BENRY‘S CARBOLIU SALVE. rs .‘J t’ = are counter and Old Advertising Rates 'on 'Applioation $1, or three months for $2. _‘—~——§-¢—-‘——— or New MEXICO, .49 Bruises, Sores says the Lewis Herald, have been Ulcers. Sail. Rheum, Tettcr, Chapped Hands, xutllized as bath tuba, and -a number «it’our citizen: patronize them liber ally I .H—\_—w~' K PW,_ _ V‘ _~W men are cowards at heart.”—Eureka Henry’s Carbolic Salve. 'l‘ne‘settlers in the St‘arrtGrove-mill, 4, ....DEALERS IX.. . . accomplished they will get more local news in one Minna give Window Curtains, Corniccs, L»$~-W times were “parlons” and ~a clever contingent from this city. Leader. m .. '.’l‘he men who-have wrecked savings “Wat’s the Use ' abanks and otherﬁnancial institutio us Of writing so many letters to your friends: could r iii~ mini ° ~ e i. (iiuccessors to Juliu‘ Sultan) Clothing, Groceries, there might be something iuLit. . Any-1 .man sets hisface toward London. He upset me. What do you think it means?” “It means,” replied Thorndoesnft need to cross the Atlantic to ton, “that. I have lost a hat, and have , get info polities-and fat ofﬁcial place s. had occiilar denmnstrations that all .lf the-Kheduivelis They IN smmmaammmr “Colonel, you ,seem to be off your “Canadian, rejoicing'in the .name of :Pat‘Foley. What hurts this story is, feed this morning. What’s the matthat the enterprising Canadian .in ter?" Lightner drew from his pecker Moslem points on lying and defa lca— tio‘n. DEALERS .... OF ..an ~-a~. r. saving in time would overbalance the his “alarm. Field had hardly left dill‘erence in cost. of transportation. when in came Lightner, who called THE San'Francisco Chronicle says for acup of coﬁ'ee and some poached make A; MGR-BIS Just Received. hours from thatdate, _h_e'°’niust lbe but the D. H. MORRIS. 61‘ a Live Community. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. A Bold, Fearless Exponent would L;- And Carrying skull and cross-bones and theenigmat— way, it. had destroyed his appetite for breakfast. The next to make his appearance was Field, who showed by land as compared with water, the some apprehension and loss of wduld have to be taken into account. appetite. He also exhibited his card Still. for articles of great value ’in of warning to Thornton, who made. small bulk, such as silks and teas, the the same. unavaillng efforts to quiet Cilantals. r1; sectarian while the time by the American route is shorter by nearly a month. Of course. the necessary reshipments at Kew York and San Francisco, and the,greater expense of: moving freight "here ARTICLES, Latest Dispatches Fruits, Notions, «to, MILLINERY, in need of original iﬁnanciers we could supply him with in scen,°es,., .r+++++++..‘l’ Good Hope; and that seems at ﬁrst toying his coffee he called Thornton thought the natural and only way, aside and showedh'im his 601 card. it is a‘fact, however, that the distance The Colonel tried to convince Zinc from England to China is considera-A that some one was endeavoriug to bly greater by the Cape of Good Hope play 011‘ a joke at his expense. Zinc than by New York and San Francisco, acknowledged that this might be so search of fortune always heads for the United States, just as a Scotc h- _ 1,, In Southern Utah. effect, but that in case it should be of The-next morning, while “For-man considerable duration, San Francisco and the Colonel were at breakfast, in would enjoy an increased trade. Of came Zinc. .He called for a cup of" course much of the trade which now colfee, and when asked if he would goes through the Suez Canal would. not have something else, he said no; in the event of the closure of that he had been running late the night rater-way, go by the way of Cape of before and had no appetite. After claim to Arabi Bey as a .Simompu re A +.5 Ia T ._. 1: FASCY longvenough to produce, any marked prepared (to take. the consequences; Main Street, Silver Reef, Utah 'that Some wag at Ottawa is laying @Riltlg, s 7 . + . +, .. a . . + - 'i'ﬁ liioss Woolf (Successor to J. E. Johnson) thought that there was a Vigilance 'L‘Lo-‘3 'EZWP‘CJFJPtii‘S‘flr ~frcee;.his seems to be that the Warvwill not last BEDS MlNING QMPANY.—Location Committee fully organized there. Pat went to his printing ofﬁce and struck off some cards ornamented with a not to create new ones, the motion ical ﬁgures “601." Zinc Barnes, C. W. Lightner, and Barnum if. Field could not be entertained. was each a recipient of one of these THE California papers are discussing card late that night. On the back of the chances that the Egyptian trouble the card was a notiﬁcation to the perwill increase the trade of San Fran-l son to whom it was addressed, that cisco. lnterViews are given with a his number was so-and-so on the comnumber of leading businessmen in mittee’s list, and had been reached. relation to the effect of the war on If he did not shake the dust of ’Pioc‘he ‘2 ’M—ﬁsﬁbccsm. Go to “Where 1 was down in Pioche running the Raymond 65 Ely,” said Charley Formau the other night, “Col. Harry I. Thornton and I were rather intimate, and usually took our meals in the same restaurant together. The late lamented Pat Holland, who is either dead or running a power press down in Arizona—authorities differ on that point—would drop in on us occasionally at meal time, and when invited, as he usually was, would join us in‘our frugal repast. On these occasions he was certain to cap up an argument with the Colonel; New Orleans, and the injunction was peremptorilly refused. The ground always offering to back his opinion upon which the injunction was asked with a bet. One day, while enjoying was so evidently insuﬂiCient that a our dinner, Pat advanced the proposirefusal was inevitable. The suit was tion that there was no such thing as nut to maintain existing relations-but courage. Or, in other words, that all to establish entirely new ones. This men were cowards at heart. This was as reasonable as it would be for was conibattcd by the Colonel; when amerchant, having had no previous Pat said: “Well,- to prove the truth another of mypossition, .1 will bet you a hat with relations business merchant,'to bring suit to compela thatl will make three well-known partnershipin an established business citizens of Pioche who board at this on terms ﬁxed by himself. Indeed restaurant, lose their breakfasts t0— the cases would be parallel if the morrow morning through fear. All merchant bringing suit should have I ask of you is to keep my secret just entered business, and the de- until the bet is decider.” The bet fendant should have, by years of in- was .aken and the condition agreed dustry and enterprise, built up a to. At that time certain snpicicus .large trade,which the envious beginner characters around Picche had redesired to share. The absurdity of ceived “601” warnings, and it was such a proposition, its unfairness and illegality were at once apparent. The Judge, therefore, decided that, as it -wns the purpose of :an injunction to ‘ati'ect relations already existing and idiﬁftliantmiﬁ. ‘Terms of Subscrlptton‘: Hay and (than, One Year...................... ..... .....36 (1) Six Months ............ .................. 350 Lomr ma sme, sum seer, Three Months.... .....' ............ ....... 200 0no.-Monw........ ................ ..... 100 the. R10 VCOIOEMdO, near the point lormer ly as Stones Ferry. and over a route known where accom odahons and supplies can 'be had at reasonably -convenicnt distances, also that they can'there cross the river in all stages 01‘ water and -with_any team or load ﬁiiii hay, grim and provisions generally and on hand. DANIEL BONELLL iﬂmptietor.