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- t r)jMur.i Ulah Tines 5A7TKDAY, July 12, I KM. al.'irsii,n"., rat mh known Soit::::::n Ftaii Tim mi, Frisco, I'lnli. Absolutely Pure. Tlii powder never vnr;cs. A marv?l r purity, strength and waolpsnriiener. lore rmiMtinirnl thnn the ordnary k'nl nd rannot Ik k ld in com pelt tiro with tie niltiludc f low tod, (hurt weight, almu r phosplmu piwtlcrs. Sold oiilv in en. Vy IOYAL HAklMl POWDLKCO., lutf Vail street, N. Y. , 311 for TTar. C U M E 8 Rheuma'.ism.Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbaio. Dackactie. Headache. Tooth ch. Bar Tkr.Mii. ft.rlllK. ftprafn. ItrtiUM. Kurn. Spi.!t, Vrami iliu--, ISO A LI. U1II1K ttUMLT rlS HH!. U Itf IVlfHtfikr. fiftT UlUI Imdlc. pirto-tto- : tl Tllf CKi:i.KA.I(MiBI.Hp. STOMACH FortlTy the System. All wlio have etpri'ncfd au 1 ni'ssrd t!ir rti.Tt of ll.sti'ltvr's 3ti:ucli Hitters upiiti ihn w lnk' n down, tic- - : p'pudin.; vicliiin of dyp 'psui, livr tfim- - plaint, frveraoii ayn"ef rh iiniatism. ner-vous dfljiliiy, or prciiuUurv dtc;iy, know tliat in tliift v'uprcin;' tenia and alrrnntiv there a specific prineiidc whivli nnidis tin1 vry source if the trmMp, nnd clUcis an ilw!uU' and pcrmucrnt For mk by all Prluiat; und Dealtra tiiiiif I PUKCAIlVP FILLS, 8 I , PILLS . MAke new rich blood. lod ttHI eoxrvTc'-o-ij chase tio blood la be cntfro cys: m la Ore months. Asy xrooo wbo will tako i.iit oacX night from 1 to 13 v.ocLs, cay bo rcttor! tonad bcatth. If eocU a thtnff b -- jlblo. Fo7 otirtnff frciaalo CotaplaJaU tlicsa Villa haro no qaaL rbj-slln- a 053 tkeni In tlioir profile. Seld orory ito,or Rent by moll for 23 eU. HaiPi Sa4 f- -r rV?Wct (PRSHV , CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS KEURALCIA, BHEU&LATISK. jon:;sox's aodyni; liniment InU rnnlnwl ICiU met ust) will itiUtiiouij ri'liuo tbeto tcruMo 1j !, aul will posi-tively cure nfuo ca?us otf un. lforniiloc Uiat uill savo mr.ny live scit froo by mail Ifeu't 0i lay mo:r.s:it. rrevcnii'w U betUi m ihan euro. 1. &. Junsna & Co., lvton MME IIBIS LAI. It is vo'l kiioirn fart that ttof Um Horn nn U'atllv r'.Urold in ilicounUywort: lets; tint Slivrulaii's fou-l.tio- i'ewik-- ift S: oIul' U purruiul wry val'uilp. Nuthinerci parih w ill maUf- - lir.s l iy like SUoruliiii Cumlitioti rov.tit r. lKu.mi-- waioonful M a h Int food. SftM rvtr;whor, r til U 9 mail lor r's. In 5tan i s. Vc (uruiwi W 7 U.aiu,yric.T $1.00 iV'nifiU, 91.:. i. fc. JouoX i Cw., iotoa, Xjk litJ 11 sIm TrE-BEST'TON- ?HYSICI4HSSfia CnUCCISTSRtCOKMEKD IT. TIiN prfftrM"n, pomMrHnir Tmo with rr" vvcUhlo I'lu.ct. will gtilt-Ai- y iiml mmplefa-l- j Curr ltvjK'ia. Imritr It i an u.iblo rviui-d- for Dimuumoi Um K '.ln yanil I.imt. It Htn ntliuui Uio muscles. an4 ri new Ufc U tllO llTtSi. It m ii"t a tmrvortrr ivMrf, a dantrona com- - po v I or a Vlii-k'- y It ui har.iiloft. in iu inmia:ut. jiieamnttotlie t ati I a xifitne euro. Ill Nw:uMy v.iliial-U- - for (tlM of wocuan, Mi l all twoih llinir im It (toen not :nj;ira tho Utitli. ciim btartie, r ;nilOi a ttinn. n atktr iron da. It Mtuiril tho spi Mil, aid" thr Mirotlattnii f food, rvliuvci HfurtlMirn aud a&U tMiio nniiiMiati rti(T(tlnn. fhym inif an I irtivi'b.lTrrommTOa it for I lUrmitU-n- t Kuwpt. Want of Aj'JwUta, Loaa of tp:iith. lmvk f Knrnry.t-t-t rr Thf pnniM bu above trA mar aad crwwted rvl ltriM no wrain?r. Tknoothr. n.t.m.!Tri"i"w"""" n.m. ai,Tia4aa,f)J by iit)x;r.itT a. cJTW.'lFt t n u KvprylitMlyV I"tt r contain i 4 nrirtT ia', au-- l is print ! m ("nr. papT :inl IiauiU'ini'-l- tnitii t. 1 - M at the price of ihi-.-i- - (;l.').i ilntLir- - a c pyf iu tn I, rin,r it wi:i:a th: ff all. Tin work 'liiV.-r-- t fr-.- nil "llur hook nn l.tintir MLrin' in having I l uu i't tli.-f- rlaificaiii'M. is i'cril'l ia I lit- - plaiuc-- t povjiilr l.iu-cuii-an I )u- - an wrilt-- out in pl-i'- Fit tliat tln-- cau Im i iiijiliiyoil ly tnv itiii-lli- nt rvaltr. i rn .r i will lin I iliis lir,k of i;nai in ai'llri th. in to ivc atlvU-i-wli-t" 1" iViitisiv will (in I imich infirm. ;t""0 in it that will rove valiiaMi' to tln'in.'jivf sui t tlit-i- r paiirnrs. s will l:tcr pn-pn- A for tin perform., n.c of :l;rir iluii' in tlu- wh .ol ntoiti liy iii..' it. I'an uts ri!l lin l it a nlial-h- aJviwr in ivir th'n n latii; to the ivurin of thcirrhil'lri . Kv ry family e:ii av fiftv timt-- s the pritM of the Imiik every year, hy em--ult-i-it. It is complete hi nil it pnrtJ, rtrl is tin ni-- t n'ectil l,k of the kiii'l piihiiheil. Tin hook will he soit free hv mail or editress on reeript of tkreefl.ill.irs. AaJress, KH KLI'5: ITIUdSIIIN'; CO., Kemoveil t Tii" A 7o3 Itroudway. Si:ni roi: ( na i i.ak. ,rOr A;knts Vanti:i. Ap-il'-'- G. BL Scott & Co AqctiU for John A. Eeebliu's Sons' Steol Wire Jfcopo Iron, Steel, Hardware, Stoves and Miners' and Blacksmiths' Tools. Iron Pipe from to C lushes ultray iu ttoek; tdo, Irou, Steel nnd IIrusn Vir j Olnth, riuii'hfd Shevt Irou, Wnler and j 5 toa m Fittiugsand Jiuihlera' Hurdwnre. Agents for HERCULES POWDER, Fairbanks' Standard SciiIi-r- , Rocky ilonntaiu Itnof Puiut, JettKopK k Sons' lilui-- k Dwmon.l nud Tool Mttel, Tubb's Manilla Kope. Knn iilouervloi ventilating Mihck, jilukeV Steam Mnuup sud Jtoilur Tamps; k!io, furnisb all kinds of Miniuc Machinery, Suw Milk. Lffoi'i WaUr Wheels, Boilers aud Quartz Mills & Hoisting Works Air aud Itl.ist Pipe made to order, Cop-per, lirass, Tiu aud bbet Irou Wwik o all kiudu. SALT LAKE CIT . U. B.CLAWHON, Dealer in Wool, Hides, Tallow and Fura Also AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS In Great Variety kept Constantly en Hand. Highest Market Price Paid for Hides, Wol, Fnrs, etn. Warehouse, corner Main and Souft Temple Sts. SALT LAKE CITY. KVKKV L.1V I n I ns ted in Art Xe m i 1 w ( r k , Fa n ty Urk, and rwry lriinri uf ainauur Art, Floriculture, Fnhi'U, ookery or Musir, should send ! cents Ibr the eurrent nuni-Ik- t Slrawbrbljcc & Clothier's Quar-terly, 120 pa'.', 4 pact's new nm.iic ujtl over 1,000 iriixravins waeli uumher. Ad-dress, .srRAWiiKinr.K & clothikr, Kiu'lttli uod Markn Su., Philada. Liver, Kidney orSiomarh Trouble Svmptoms: Impure blood, costive bowels, irregular appetite, sour belch-ing, pains iu the side, back and heart, yellow urine, burning when urinating, clay-colore- d st"ols, bad breath, no de-sire for work, chills, fevers, irritibility, whitl-- h tongue, dry cough, dizzy head, with dull paiu iu hack part, los ol memory, iogfy sight. For these (roubles "Sivi-iit'- s Pills" are a sure cure, llox ;( pills!, by mail, 2 rts.; j ." for fl. A'if'n-s- s Dr. Swaync & So;;, Phila., Pa. ,vU hy druggUu. Attorney - at - Law, I v Mining Matters a SpeoiaHy. Mflford, - - Uta,l CTTTT T9 RfMFOV FOR lALOHEh b , G I (TJ. "i i'nwcr'T'W'-- Fre v.mj SM4.mu it Co., 8 C'liutco Plic, New Tocw ' CXtFT JX OTTTS. Main St., SALT LAKE CITT. Biardad Room from Sl.50toS9.OC day. aud $0.00 to SIO.Dd per wak . 17. liiVVJINOif Frojvietoet iiYA.- - UtKES'BCARD CLIX'rH 1 HANDS AXI HKARTU. Tim Full IUuf1 Inml?y j Hhlw Set Sail 1'rmii LlfV'H Stormy Sea. Hnnly-Orwl- n. Mr. ficorge Hardy and Miss Mary Orwin having concluded to sail down the .stream of lite together, were united in wedlock' holy bonds by Judge Lnchrie, Justice of the Peace, on tlit l!)th day of June, at the residence of the muster of ceremonies. Their many friendH wish them a long ami prosperous voyage. Mai;in- - ;uin. Our friend, Peter S. Martin, Esq., having concluded tliat Life's sea is a tempestuous one to cross alone, has sect: rod a helpmate for the remainder of the voyage in the person of Miss Helen V. Onvin. Judge Lochrie .kindly superintended the launching of the ship, and the happy pair act sail June 13th. lion voyage. Wnilaius-Easlc- y. Married at the residence of the bride's parents at Kasley's Station, Idaho, on July 3, 1884, by the Uev. A. J. Joslyn,"Mr. Edward . WW- - liauis to Miss Nellie Easlcy, both of Kctchuin. Miss Eusley was formerly a resident of Frisco, ami a young lady who always merited universal favor, iir, Williams' home is in Xorth ATiSGnIainc. He is a young man of irreproachable habits, as is attested bjr the fact thaHilMrWjtgs to the irre-pressible' newscifteniity, and hold the puaUannejf Ur-pM- pubtrn as-ter at KetehOniVllli. OlooU River region. w l. mS , - i. . 1 - A 1H iUOL S DKVK'K. rj lie ware ofSavln Instltntfonn that iroinKCH Much tor Little. r-- We nre sorry to say that Rev. Francis Ilrock, af Rearer, has so far forgotten the dignity of his calling as to engage in nn enterprise styled the Youths Mutual Endowment Assticia- - 5 tion, that horse sense should tell him is a fraud of the first water. In reply to a charge of fraud entered against the institution by the Southern I'ton- - I ian, the agent make the following statement : Now, Mr. Editor, it is evident that you do not understand the proposi-tion of the association. When a polity held by a member matures or or becomes due, every oilier member is to pay (:;ot the member wlnsc policy has matured) SI 10, if that is a $l,U0O policy. The statement is '.his: ; 10 initia'.iou fee, plus '" annual dues, plus 1 10 on every policy that matures during the year. Again a $l,00f policy draws at the rate of $15 per nrmth, but the member receives nothing until his policy matures, that is mi til it amounts to $1,000 at the rate of $15 per month. I think a proper understanding of the plan and working of the Youths Mutual Asso-ciation will convince any one that it is not a swindle. Fkaxcih Rihk k. It is folly to expect something for nothing, and when anyone promises a gold ring for a few cents, or agrees to put tip J?1,0(M in return for the pay-ment of totally inn lcpiatc premiums, 'tis but reasonable to put them up as frauds. This plan of plundering IVter to pay Paul produces a plausi-ble theory, but it wwn'l pan out. 'Twas upon this theory that the rant-War- d dude swindlers blew up jtllr brilyuit bubble. U j J - m A Iloy IttMini. j During the past week three boy i babies have been added to the popu-lation of Frisco, as follows : An ' eight pound hoy to the home of Mr. ; James Chamberlain, an eleven pound j youth to Charles Laver and a nine j pound miner to Fred Goodman, of the Carbonate camp. Even the (ien- - tiles seem to be doing all they can to build up the Kingdom of Zion. ' ITAll M. Thr rpeltn Corning Them Anions Korcifc'apitnllKtH How to weed. One of the EnglUawyent of the Emma Mining Oonny, Mr. CJrcen- - up, has just arrivedom London to look after the buis of the com-pany. While not ira.-tica- l miner himself, Mr. Green is conversant with the opinions oien of capital in England who are Icing for mi:,i:ig inrestmenN, and hneard the mines of this Territory msscd very fluently by then. In a conversatioiii'di a Salt Lake Herald reporter, ':. Greenup wild that the snide gam which have been played by shnrpcrsere on capitalists who have iuvostedu various mining properties 111 the nou, have had the eU'ect to shake the tjfidencc of would be invis'.ors, but r.t they rre still ready to put mom into mining en-terprises lure, if ere i a f.t'r j r of success, id they can feci secure on the put of not being swindled. There plenty of capital looking for invesicnt, but wild cat seheir.es and yariis deceptions that have been prac.ed on capitalis s have made themmare cautious than they were a few years ago. Those who hold interesiu mines here, look forward with cofidenee to ultimate success, and oihw are only waiting for favorable syiptoms to eoiu lor-wa- rd aud devotitlu ir capita' to the development of or mineral resources. The keynote o llr. Greenup's con-versation was tlit stricter honor and litMcstv must chr.icteri.e the trans-otijp- n our ii.:ii:g men than has W&foftJlWi lll,c-s- r in their in the East andQabftAoVTTfiltirfft ria qUcaii , that ttiaeif) deccy themscivw tngmi WlM pc;ts, and to tx.i-fN- Hlt "'ItfHr and extent of dppiu Jriid the value of ore; but u:ibrtunaJcIy the decep-tirr- n in some rases, which were re-ferred t; by Mr. Greenup, has not stopped there, but his developed into dcliberaU iabicV.'d id It bchoovo the respectable majority of the miniig c)mmunity to (iisnoaroc by.cvir possible means all these who re capable of even at-tempting to play ,n mining fraud cither in the Cwt or iu a furuign country. Where thcrejare vast stores of min-eral wealth, su h as unmistakably ex-s- t iu this rcfion, mining can ami should be made a straightforward and well delhvd as any other busi-ness, and iu th majority of instances it is so at prc'i)t, but any exception which causes capitalists to feed ag-grieved is liahj; to work preiudieially to the intercstiof mining enterprises in gcaeral. TW country is poesled of alinoiit ue.ha::stiblc . mineral wealth, and tie girat want now is capital for its d;vclpment ; the ques-tion, thercforc,is How to imbu e capi-tal and the aiswer is, Treat it fa:'!y. I'refh candies ol thcrhoicest kind at t'.ie Frisco Drug S:orc." Everything new in t!ie drag and toilet line at the Frisco Drug Store. The aer improved genuine. Singer swing machine at the Poato.'licc Subs:T:p?ions taken for pcnodieals by tha laonlh or year at the Post-offic- e Store. A full line of drugs, druggist's sun-dries, tV.Mceos and cigars at the Frisco Dr.ij Stre. Brown's Pepsin Tonic cures Don't suffer longer. Try it. Said by all druggists. Brown's Blackberry and Ginger will en re your Diarrhea and Dysentery. It dooa not fail. Your druggist keeps it. The abandoned Horn Silver smelter and their equipments, have nearly all been taken apart aud moved out ot camp. Persons recovering from wasting d;se3S, such as nialeria, fevers, etc., will be greatly benefited by the use of Brown's Iroa Bitters. Aliens wishing to secure their first ci'izenship papers, can do so now by handing in their applications to C IS. King, at the Pftollice. Deeds, leases', bonds, etc., marie and acknowledged and other notarial busi-ness will roccivc careful attcullon by C. S. King, Notary Public. The Osceola Mill and Mining Co. resumed the running of its mill this side of Osceola last Thursday, and things are booraing in that vicinity. AW P. Harrison, of the Hotel Ga-- ' tcttehrs Jiirrdiased the material and j;ood will of the late San Francis an, and will revive the publication, changing its policy iu many parlieu-lar- s. Oorniis? Comis, Catarrh, Ail Throat, Breast and Lung AfTectious cured by the "Svvayne's Wild Cherry." The first d.ue gives rolief, and a cure speedily fullo.vs. or 5-- at druggists. At cerium seasons of the year nearly every person suffers to a greater or less. extent from impurity of the blood, biliousness, &c, &v. This should be remedied as soon as discov- - ered, othenrise serious results may follow. Sherman's "Prickly Ash Hi-tters' will effectually remove all taint of disease and restore you to health. There scens to be more illicit love adventures in Frisco than in anv camp of its s;.e on the coast. The hills are full of it, and the unfinished Mormon church had to be locked tip to keep midnight strollers out. An intelligent dog flushed a pair away out 011 Grasshopper avenue the other night, arid pointed theai out to his master. HE WOCLI CELEBRATE, !:.eti IT He Had to Take nis HhUf-Ta- il For n Flutf. "The treassn-pre'.chin- g Mormon Cionian, in referring to the Beaver City Independence celebration, tells us that there were a few who felt al-most inclined, and, perhaps, some did not celebrate on account of the federal encroachment upon the constitutional lights of the citizens of Utah. It then continues as follows: "But the fact should be borne v mind tliat it is not. oppressions that we celebrate, but the venerable acts of our praise-worthy ancestors aud the liberal Con-stitution they gave-- , Whatever injustice we may sni:tr should not cause, us to forget the brave and noble deeds of our worthy sires." "The Utonian always admired the evidences of th patriotism of Apostle Parley P. Pratt, whi st unjustly in-carcerated in Liberty jail, Missouri, 0:1 the Fourth of July, 13!. His soul panted for liberty, and the desire was intensified by a mock celebration outside. He had neither the red or blue, but it occurred to him that his undershirt was white. Quick as thought one of the Haps was torn off and placed upon a stick and hoisted near the top f the outer door of the jail, nnd an appropriate poem com-posed by himself who, with his fellow prisoners hud their celebration all to themselves. That day, as the glorious su:i descended below the wesUri horizon, himself and associates de-cided to have "liberty or death." They obtained the former and made good their csmpc ta Illinois. For the painfully interesting particulars of this heroic transaction; our readers are referred to his own narrative. He did not celebrate the unjust oppression he was suffering, but the glorious in-stitutions and brate deeds of our worthy ancestors, ho secured for bi;u all the rights of a free man, of which he had been so wrongfully de-prived." The Utonian is right. It is not oppressions (i. e., w law's by which all citizens,. bi they .f jrmmt. Jew or Gentile, must be governed) that the patriotic polyg. celebrates for politi-cal ellect. It is his interpretation of "the venerable acts of our praise-worthy ancestors" ujxm which he has coucoctcd a crimiial, conn'ibial-co;-ruptio- n creed, that our polygamous patriot Dnu'cl Tyler celebrates. It is true tliat Daniel a id companions in crime are living under terrible (?) Gavernmeiit-imposa- l political disa-bilities, though still at liberty to preach and praetbw disloyalty before tue growing generation. In Prussia, Bavaria, Sweden or the country of the Danes, they would justly be ban-ished from their homes even if they had made a thousand deerts blossom as the rose. Is it. then, preposterous that such a cringing hypocrite should prate about "federal encroachment upon the rights'f the criminals of Utah, or express admiration for a prison-bir- d patriot, panting for free-dom? The truth of the matter is that Daniel doesn't care a continental for the American Constitution except so far as it protects him ia his barn yard proiuiscuousness, and his right to pull the wolf wool over the optics of poverty-p- i nchjtd payers of hush money. Americans ought lo feel' humiliated at having placed criminal eiti.ens under constraint that prc- - eludes participation in patriotic pro-- I fession.-- . . We lnuvt admit, upon our j own part, a past !uk warmness in the bijoinmg olwrvaiice of the Fourth of July, but the Mormon bombast w have quoted wilT fjrevcr.be to us a reason why 'Hn' loyal Americans should loudly ecledrate the national birthday. AX CXVOKTI XATIS KXVVWmi.- - Kntal Ai-rldr- to a ij Party or Rail-road l4tlMi;-cr- s Near Descivt. Iefhi:t, Utah, July 6. At ft30 this morning a fatal accident occurred between Neels Station and Brunt Corral, on the Utah Central llailway, alout twenty-fiv- e miles south of Deseret, by which Arthur V., son of II. C. Haskell, foreman of section No. 40, w.-.-s killed, Mrs. Haskell seriomdy and Mrs. Filmore, wife of an employe on the same section, slightly injured, and several others more or less bruised. It appears that the employes of sections 40, 41 and 42 were re-turning with two hund cars loaded with thcis wives and children from Xeels, where they had been spending the Fourth, and while running gayly along about half way, a little girl ou the leading hand car accidentally slipped and fell directly under the following car, and before the car could be checked the foot-re- st 0:1 the first car broke, precipitating the hoy and three ladies with nursing babies, under and alsmt the follov.iiig car. The little girl escaped with a few slight bruisis aud the loss of her clothing, which was torn from her, but the boy's skull was completely crushed under the wheels, death en-suing almost instantly. Mrs. Haskvll is seiiously aud Mrs. Filmore slightly iujurod. i fi fwi.l jtli nt&- - year are $1,07,00 nt ittiVx mnv Prof. Ihiiley wy tiif"rTrHj-ffciirt- f in tkc lilark Hills, Dakota TernlM;' is practieally im xliaustihle. From the preseut iadu-alioas- , Wood HiviT, Idaho, will have more than 110 paying mines this Summer. Tn the CuiiistoLk lode, Nevada, are found volranie rotls, whieh contain ".") jkt eat silver, and gold 4") per eeiit. . t (''.nsiderahh interrst is manifested i:i the mines of lead an I zinc, lcs$ than three miles lVum White Tine, It nn. The daily shipnn nts of ore from Timie mini no1 district, I'tah, now average -- Q ear of ahout 1 tons to the car. A res ent test made from 1 ' 0 pounds ofroek from Ahhtud, Mich., yielded at the rate of $Io iu gold and $0 iu silver per Ion. Ontario Silver Mining (Vnnpany has declared a dividend of .7"fX0, payaMc June 30. Total dividends to date, . Ten tons of nil ver-heari- rock from tlie Kahhit Muiintain mine, near Port Arthur, Ontario, jent to New Jersey to he smelted, yielded $.,0Q0 per ton. KxploratioriK in the silver lead re-gion, north of Jlanmette county, Irni District, Michigan, are exposing argentiferous gnlviia indications of promise. It is stated that the cash realized from ore, matte and bullion hip-mon- ts from Montana, is fully $1,000,-00- 0 per month, and will son he largely increased. The miners union.- of Oermany are the oldest associations of the kind in the world, having originated in the silver mines of the Ilartz Mountains more than GOO years ago. The Quicksilver Mining Company at New Almaden, C'al., report in thirteen years and four months, a pro-duction of flasks of quicksil-ver, valued at $l,400,li;i Some very fine specimens' of rock heavily charged with free gold, and also gold quartz, similar to that of the Itopes gold mine, have recently been discovered near L'Anse, Mich. Parties are now at work in the Agogehie district, Michigan, on n vein of gold-hearin- g quart., that from specimen assays promises well. As-- I says have yielded as high ua $80 per ton. THK HI KTH. - IkleiitM. Parties ami Powder Pat- - riolisiu. The Fourth passed off quietly and pleasantly. Happily without any ac-cident or disturhanee worthy f men-tion, nearly all the young folks went away from Friaeo on pieuies, leaving the old folks and chrome to g it alone. The Carbonate picnic to Morchous spring, conducted by the ladies of that camp,Vas n particu-larly pleasant one, as it seemed to he devoid of the hoodlum clement sa common to most outing" hero. The A. O. V. W hop at IWcn'a Opera House in the eveningvas a very enjoyable alfair, everybody was there and everybody hal a happy time. The ladies looked lovely in light lawns, and the animated scene made a pretty panorama for thu looker on. Although a public party, there was a noticeable absence of rowdyism, which fact rellecU credit upon the management. At the saloons there were the usual holiday carousals and knock-down- s, but no serious trouble, and, upon the whole, the day was probably as de-cently observed here as anywhere. Advice to Mothkiis. Arc you disturbed at night and broken of your r?rby a siev child muttering and cry- - ing with the paiu of cutting teeth? If so, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wiksi.ow'3 Sooi him; Svurr FOBCim.DnEN'TEZTrnxG. Its value j is incttlcuable. It will relieve the j I poor little sufferer immediately. De-pend upon it, mother, thwe is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery j and diarrhea, regulates the tdouiach anl bowels, cures w'md colic, softens .the gams, reduce inflammation, and gives tooe and energy to the whole system. Miss. Wixsi.ov's Soothing ivitirr fok Cun.DBr.s Ti:ethinu is pleasant to the taste, and is the pre- - i j s ription of s'ime of the oldest and lct fexale physicians and nurses in tlie Toiled States, and for sale hy all t druggVe --throughout the World. Trice. cent a bottle. PUISOXAIS. Presley Penny is in the Cceur d'Alene countr. K. R. Pursoi has rctnrued from a trip to Salt Lab?. -- . Miss MafthH J. James will spend her vacation in Frisco. Mrs. J. H. Stiph has taken charge f the Carbon uc hoarding house. Charles Lave has retired from the management ofwth Carbonate hoard-ing house. . Mrs. Hardy lark and others were seriously prostrtei; by the Fourth of July giant powler bombardment. Father Kile will hold services in ihe Catholic Ciureh on Sunday, and return to the ciy early next week. W. H. Fogg .ook his departure last Wednesday fur his home in Augusta, Maine, where he will spend the heated term. Thomas Wiliams, Sr., was re-elected to the olici of School Trustee at the election held in our district school house, lnt Monday evening. Mr. E. P. Hurlingame will ruralize at the Hod Wa:rir aud build up his muscle during the Summer suspen-sion of the SorniKRN I'tah Timkh. Ben Hampton tame in from Osceola Thursday, and showed up 2'o ounces of gold dust, fhc result of recent j cleanings. Alfred (lodbcalso returned from the placi during the week. Water is uucm: nonly plentiful, and work is being p .hed vigorously Vile antlalisin. Last Mondaj" night lower Main street was the s ene of the most dis-- ! graceful jamboree of the season, Making all due allowance for the ovcrllow of boyish enthusiasm, the charivari that wound up iu cruelty to a dumb animal by cutting its tail in fly lime, Is a n ee of deviltry that merits severe punishment, the more so because the probable perpetrators t of the outrage were men or full grown , instead "of the little lads who did the cow-hel- l act earlier tn the even- - ing. I'nfortunately Frisco has neither law nor justice, and tis too bad that the mob was not leaded with good sized bird shot. London Hair Kisstorei: (Juf.a F.Mii.i Toim:t AuTH br..Hestores irowth, color, gloss and softness, r.tv.ioves Pamlrun. Aristocratic fami-lies of Great Uritajn indorse it. Ele-j;.i;- it dresdng. Fragrantly perfumed. The favorite of fashion. At druggists fjr 3s lid. or 75 eta in V S. money. INMiofflre lltMsiovnl. The postoffloe will occupy the wing of the K H. & Co. building on and after Boxes will he acces-sible at all hours. Delivery open lone hour after arrival of the wail on Sun-day. . A ln lighter of tho Lord. The Grand Jury having been dis-charged, it was ordered that Nellie White be released from custody. She was tendered a grand reception on her return to the city, as Helle Harris was. She-- was alluded to in the Tab-ernacle as "adaughter ef the Lord, who was catirigthe bread of afllic- - tion." The galt'lmke Chronicle pre-sumes this" daughter of the Lord" will now 1 feasted on the pie of pros-perity, and congratulated by the church authorities on having success- - fully defied the law nnd the Court of! the L'niled States. j AVhat He Dair Not Do. Apostle Teahlc, in reference to plural marriage; said: "We practice the doctrine of plural marriage he-cau-the Lord bus commanded us to do so. Pmt, yor jay the Government of the I'nitcd Stp.tet has commanded vou not to do so; what are you going to do about thai? I'll tell you what I una going to do. I dare not disobey the commands r God. I fear Him aud must obey II im.'-- ' Ki'lsco lrna Store, The Fi: Drug Store. C. ?. King A C-.'- s load.piarters, has ren re-moved to ihe 15. H. & Co. building on (whopper avenue. ! A full line of drugs, toilet articles j and druggists sundries at the Frisco j Drug Store.