|Paper||Silver Reef Miner|
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|Paper||Silver Reef Miner|
m sum use: Wing. . gratiturituts. .MISCEZEANEOUS. OK J. WAGNER glam», Gilt; Y WEDNESDAY....... ...... MARCH 15, 1882. LUNCH ROOMS ' T'he‘Silver' Question. 'i‘wo bills are now before Congress relative to the silver question. One has been reported from the Finance Committee of the Senate by John ShermaMo retire silver certiﬁcates; the other reported by Payson, oi Illinois, from the House Committee r ‘4‘ therefor. MAIN STREET. BELOW CENT“ BEG 'ro INFORM MY om’) FRIENDS I and the public generally that I have ﬁtted up and opened a lunch-house. and am prepared to serve the ﬁnest oysters and daintiest lunches at any time of night. Hoping to merit a liberal share offthe publ' air nu e,I remain very res iec ii .y. ”D on coinage, makes the silver dollar the unit of value, and provides that the holders of silver bullion may deposit the same at the Mint or sub'l‘reasnries and receive certiﬁcates i D Opposite the Harrison House. . o g ‘ EMumume J. J. Halpin llu riatuiat , SILVER REEF ----------- "moll‘l’AB APOTHEOARY Importer and Dealer in Corner Main and Center Streets. N. .ionxson. Wholesale and Retail Silver Reef. October 15. 1881. Constantly on hand a well-assorted stock of Barnum Restaurant GROCERS mos m STE EL. Drugs and Patent Medicines Sherman’s bill is in the interest of National Banks and mono- D R Y C 0 G 0-8 Mill and Mining Supplies. MERCHANTS. 13' PER UMERY.‘a inetaiists as the silver certificates interfere wirinthe circulation of bank AND BAKERY, notes, while Payson’s bill virtually Cor. Main and Paddock Streets. Silver Beef Toilet Articles, Etc, Consisting in part of all sizes of Etc 0 places silver on the free coinage. ist w‘u‘h‘gold.‘ Sherman’s bill propgses to retire- *silveln certiﬁcates, Sole Agents for Southern Utah of —— W Physicians‘ compounded at all which Per Meal, 500; Per Month, $30 i ‘ Du Pam’s Blasting Powdei and Packing, Etc. AND GIANT POWDER. -— i rcprésent silver coin on which the The well known Reputation of this Government realizes a proﬁt of from House will be Maintained. 14 to 18. per. cent., or the difference hetuieen the market value of silver bullion and the Coin value of standard escriptions carefully rs. day or night. j. Gas Pipe and Tuning, lronlvﬂ ' Brass Fittings, Belting Rail and Bar Iron a Spectnliy, W. B: Sager We Carry the Largest Stock ....0F.... dollars, and substitutes therefor na— A FULL LINE 0' tional bank notes, representing GovSuppers Served for Balls and Parties Main‘Street. SILVER REEF ..... .. ................ UTAH GENTIEMEN’S CLOTHING ......DIALBX XX ..... r Furnishing Goods, inent bonds, on which the people pay On Short Notice. Interest at the rate of four to six per cent. per annum. Payson’s bill is intended to encourage silver mining, 8c KERNER, by giving the bullion producer the MEYERS privilege of exchanging his bullion Proprietors. for its assay value in certiﬁcates, which shall be a legal tender for all debts, public and private. Of course, the mOneyed and corporate interests m‘ll ' favor the Sherman bill, while those who believe that the mining CROC E R i E S CLOTHING, COSMOPOLITAN HATS, BOOTS 8‘ SHOES And recommend our large assortment of .— Mission and Flannel Undershirts Canking and Heating Stoves Gents’ Furnishing Goods In all Colors and Qualities. and the Restaurant. AND RANGES STATIONEIKY, NOTIUNS. Finest Linen and Woolen Overshiris and Territories should receive as much Reduction in Rates! encouragement from the Government THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFLLLY _ In great variety and of bin: month-n" Hats, Boots and Shoes y. informed that on and after August 1. Tonaccowcmaas. 1881, the price of board at this favorite and well-known restaurant will be as follows: will support the Payson hill. 5.;— BETORTS, OBUOIBLES, MUIF'LIS, MELTING Porn. BONE Asa, manned ' ETC" ETC” ETC. interests of the silver producing States as the .ron miners of Pennsylvani l. o:the manufacturers of New England, Assayei‘s’ Goods . A Fine Assortment of CABPENTERS’ d: BUILDERS’ Ladies’ and Misses’ Shoes Hardware. Of every description. WINES Per Meal, 50¢ts. ’I‘mt New York Tribune is no adPer Day, $1 mirer of the great six—days’-go—asyowplease match. It says: Hazael is now the champion of the THE FINEST THE MARKET AFFORDS world'in six-days’ races. And what ALWAYS SERVED TO CUSTOMERS. achampion! Nature in her unkind«st mood has rarely put together a Private Rooms for Dinner Parties. AND LIQUORS Tho largest and most complete stock at \ 8‘ Genuine California'B A 9 P.- G. M‘QUABRIE. Sash and Panel Doors and Windows n. D. MORRIS. HARNESS AND SADDLES nucleate annuals In Southern Utah. And Saddlery oi'an Kinds. 1 MIXED AND DRY PAINTS loss inviting specimen of her handiwork. Reptilsive in form and face, with his dull, brutish features never lightened by a gleam of intelligence‘ his lack-lustre eye, hi. loose, lop—Sid Hi nblingﬁgure, his%nrteriug, aw — Oils and Glass, Harrison House. Funnienrel Assaiiers’ Goods v. rk gait, he is, perhaps, the least SILVER REEF - - - - UTAH. heroic ﬁgure that everpbore off a ~— championship of any kind. There is nosolutely nothing in the man to THIS LARGE AND COMMODIOUS dwell on with satisfaction. HOUSE has recently been reﬁtted and More animal than human, there is no touch renovated ihoughout, is tirst-clsss in every department and sets one of the best tables in of the thoroughbred in this racer. the West. The Harrison will maintain the There is nothing that is not low and good reputation it has always enjoyed among irrovelling in this new champion. the traveling public. and guests wiil always receive the very best accommodations. The sporting editor of the Tribune i-viileiitly bet his ducats ou the wrong inaii. _ the J'ustiseship this morning, and the w Sarah E. Howe, President of the Woman’s Bank of Boston, has been Are attached to the hotel. where. the hestof Liquors and Cigars will always be found. Window Curtains, Cornices, .‘ Rescued from Death. LAFAYETTE HOUSE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FIRST Class rooms, which can be rented With or without board, on reasonable terms. ~.—--. -* The table will supply the best the market. MAHNIKEN d: JONES. Wall Paper, Baby Carriages gs. or thtigliﬁi‘o‘hthn r9: :2. Mill Supplies, Pipes & Fittings St. George, Utah. H A R WA R E Goods deli‘veredat Very Lowest Rates Powder and Fuse, Miners’ Tools WCorrespondcnce Solicited. a GREAT REDUCTION dotius SULTAN, Main Street. Silver Reef» Utd! . . . . Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .. . . ....ALSU.... Lard, Coal and Lubricating Oils cnoosniss” Provisions, Produce, ....IN THE PRICE 0F.... Custom-Maggots & Shoes Moss Woolf CROCKERY, HARDWARE j FIRST-CLASS FINE BOOT. reduced from sis§20 to 31mm). EXTRA STOCK. reduced from $15@14 to Shift/12. MINING CLAIMS RICHARD PIVANS a. co. Attorneys at Law, Rights before the General Land Ofﬁce and Interior Department. Patents promptly obtained. and information as to the manner of locating. working and procur— ing patents for mines given on application. Homestead. Timber Culture and Pre-empiion cases attended to Patents to Coal and Timber Lands obtained. and attention given to i 4 What's the Use or writing so many letters to yourfriends: they will get more local news in one MINER Private Land Claims and Surveys. All Ann a dozen letters contain. Sent to any classes of cases argued before the United ‘oddrm' ini‘ihe United States one month for am pm AND PIPES. affords. vuugli. The doctors said I had a hole in my Lock Box 650. Washington, I). C lungs 23‘s big as a half a dollar. At one time I report went around that I was dead I gave up hope. but a friend told me ofDR. HALL‘S SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO matters relating to Mines, Mineral Lands BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. Igot a bottle, and Water when to my surprise. I commenced to feel better. raim [0-day I fer-l better than for three yuan; past. and quite recovered. Purchasing from ﬁrst hands, I pared to duplicate Salt Lake prices. J. J. HALI’IN.. 4‘ Lower Main Street, Bonanza. William J. Coughlin of Somerville. Mass. veys: In the fall of 1876 I was taken with BLEEDING or THE LUNGS followed by a severe Tobaccos, Cigars TINWARE, IRON arm STEEL. sentenced to three years’ imprisonmeat. for swindling. . (Successor to Jacobs 0. Sultan) President immediately ordered the NO BAR IN THE HOUSE. WThe appointments throughout are com— nmninrtimrnt‘ Blatchford, which was plete for the entertainment of guests. sent to the Senate this afternoon. n FINE BAR AND BILLIARD ROOMS THE Senator Ediiuiiids iirinly refused = and well-appointed workshop is attached with special conveniences for manufa cturing- heavy and light iron, copper and tinwarc. His uncouth appearance and ungainly .atrides-‘have made him an object of ridicule in every match in which he has entered, although his extraordinary ﬂeetness has made him formidable. He gets over the ground won— derfully fast. it is true, although he seemingly has the clumsiest method possible of doing it. YHITE 1.12.21), ZINC AND Pli'lf' l‘Y\ . l FINE CALF SHOES. reduced from to swam. The Only Exclusive Dealer in ....AND .... l2@8 8 Lower grade stock still lower in price. CLOTHING Mining Supplies N. CHRISTENSEN, Mum SL—Nexl to Exchange Saloon A ROYAL autumn, By JUDGE Tortuous. author of “A FoolsErrand.“ “Bricks Without Straw, Figs and Thistles." “The Invisible Empire. "eic.. showing the And Carrying H.- The Largem Stock DRY GOODS In Southern Utah. typical young Southerner before, durInz and since the war. together with his relutione. pcrsonul. political and legal, with the typical SLAVE Gratof beauty, inteli gencc and subsequent reﬁnement. ‘A thrill ing story. As intere sting BELUIICIH Tom’s Cabin but more intensely real. Large 121110 of 584." pages. and 16 full-page illustrations. Price, 32. .50: sold States Supreme Court. (ml by subscription. WParties seeking information from Aonn' rs Warren. the- Ad re" A. L. Bancrofi't obovedrin ‘will please mention Tun Minn. 00.. m mike: Street, San Francisco. ....AND Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes -} FALL it WINTER Goons ”‘de for Singer Setting tum Just ‘ Received. "Good: Prompt” delivered he. or may.