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The School Exhibition. Friday morning by E. H. RATHBONE. Publlslifcd.cvery C. F. A. Eureka, Utah, Friday, June 5, 1891. evening, June 12th. Mulkey is in Salt Lake DENIS LEARY THE VICTIM Friday C. J. and Brutal Attempt Made to Rob a Miner. A Bold tratlon. Every man entitled to vote should see that his name is properly I ou the lUt in the precinct, in w hich be resides. Then there are many who it ever dawn upon your mind that TvfTV I I that is a very truthful saying that A very creditable exhibition was given by the scholars of the Eureka Public School in the I. Q. O. F. Hall on the evening of Friday, May 2'th. Great credit is due the teachers, Miss Kate Courtney. Miss Maggie Harrington and Miss Hattie Lawson, for the admirable training and fine develop- are registered in a precinct in which they have resided who have removed Into another precinct, and should go to the registrars and have their names transferred to the books of the precinct In which they now reside. Unless til is is done they will lose their chance to vote at the next election. A private letter to the Mixek from Frof. Henry Montgomery, of the University of Deseret, requests us to return his thanks to Master Johnnie Sullivan for the presentation of a number of fine specimens of calcite chrys-talto the museum over which the learned Professor presides. The presentation was made through the medium of the Minek, hence the letter to us. The Professor further states that he will visit the camp again about June 20th, for the purpose of a further exploration and examination of the mineral field here. , ment of the children during the enexhibition. The exercises were tire Saved his some fine this week. But His Nerve and Muscle vocal selections marked by Life and his Money Another ArLocation notices for sale at this in chorus, as well as by a great many office. gument in Favor of Incorporwell enunciated recitations. Miss ating the Town of Eureka. Judge Lombard went to Salt Lake in rendering Robert Maggie Sullivan, on bunday. Denis Leary is a sober, quiet, in- Emniett's great speech, did credit to T. W. Sheehan transacted busi dustrious miner, employed in the lat- her subject, her teachers and herself. ness in ,Salt Lake Wednesday, mine. Miss Lawson and others ter capacity in the Bullion-Bec- k acquitted IlrinK your forfeiture notices to He has been on the night shift recent- themselves most admirably. Where office for publication. the Minkh ly and was, as usual, proceeding up everything was good, it would be Try Sleeper & Ilinman for fine Main street to his home, which is near to particularize. stationery, confectionery and smokers' the upper end of that street, a little The trustees. Messrs. James P. articles. after three o'clock Thursday morning, Driscoll, II. F. Gear and J. AV. Green The Tintic Minkii is one of having 'just come off shift. When took great pains in trying to make the Utah's most creditable weeklies. opposite the new building being erect- exhibition the great success which It Salt La ke Times. M. Lochwitz, two men, who undoubtedly was. All kinds of dry goods, piece goods ed for and ladies wear at lien D. Luce's, had been hiding in the open doorway, Altogether the citizens of Eureka sprang out, and while one of them may well feel proud of their school Main street, Xo. 400. Mr. around the body Leary grabbed Go to Sleeper & Hiniiian's for line from behind, in order to hold hisarms, and the able manner in which it is stationery, fresh confectionery and all the other dealt him a fearful blow conducted. kluds of smokers' articles. with a base ball bat. The blow was The following letter explains itselfj 4 Mike 'Nanley returned on Tues- evidently meant as a quietus and was Kur-City. Utah, May 27, 1891. aimed but at the fortunately temple, he P. Lake where Salt from James Dkiscoll Esq. , City, day for Mr. Leary, in his struggles to free had been on a business trip. Eureka, Utah, himself, his head was partially turned Sin: of have letter I Dkar your For line clothing, boots, shoos, in time to receive the blow on the left asking me to be present at and gents' furnishing goods, lien 1). cheek bone close to the eye. The vic- yesterday on the 29th. school exhibition your tim struggled free and started to run, Mr. Luce, Main St., Eureka, IS'o. 400. Hyde and Mr. Whituiore are now a second fearful blow at received but Attention is called to the adver- the base of the skull just back of the both absent, leaving me solely In of the store and other business tisement of the Denver & Rio Grande ear. All this time Mr. Leary believing charge unless one of them returns it will his life in danger yelled lustily for and Railroad in this issue of the Miner,. forme to leave. but the unusual hour precluded be simply Iimpossible feel a great interest in Attention is called to the adver- help, the possibility of assistance reaching However, school and from observation tisement of Ilanauer & liird, proprie- him in time. Mr. Ben. D. Luce, who your while over there, I came to the contors of the Eureka assay office, on first sleeps in his store in front of which clusion that the trustees and teachers, the assault took place, states that he are deserving of the page of this issue. heard the cries of murder help etc., particularly, William and Emery Smith, sons but by the time he could get out of greatest of praise for their labors In the interests of the school. Should and reach and unlock the door, either ofCapt. W. II. Smith, Supt, of the bed cries of the gentlemen return before, had and he subsided, Hullion-ISecpaid are in Eureka. They the tomorrow night, I will gladly no more attention to the matter. Mr. or by of Intend to spend the summer with and Mrs. Vernon, who live across the accept your kind invitation and be but at this writing it is impresent, their father. also same heard but the cries, street, possible to tell just when they will redied away almost in turn. Yours Very Resp., Anyone desiring to purchase or is the sounds some them to attributed they C. S. Tinoby, lease one of the most promising stantly intoxicated and Delated pedestrian on Supt. of Public Schools. claims In Tintic district should call on his way home. Following is the programme as furAfter getting away from the would- or address C. F. Rathbone, attorney, s Mr. ran to be nished the Minek by Miss Kate Leary Eureka, Utah. his home farther up thestreet, leaving the principal of the school: Courtney, Among the list of donators for the his digging cap and lunch basket on Opening chorus, exhibition song. Miners' Union Flag and Manner, ap- the ground, as mute evidences of the Dialogue, Put Yourself in His Place. narrow escape effected by theirowner. CAST OF CHAKACTKKS. pearing in last week's Mineh, was the on brutal this the attack objector Levia Bacon. name L. W. Barron which should have i peaceable, hardworking citizen was Q Horace, Arthur, Frank Foreman. read Dr. II. II. Barron. plainly for the purpose of robbery, and Dialogue, Mrs. Jenkins Trials. for the more heinous crime of murder. Gus Erickson, the Finlander, who as Mrs. Jenkins, Lizzie Kohl. the footpads knew full well that " shot Edward Ilaro and was committed their victim knew them Miss Johanna Milligan. perrectiy and " Carlos Manguni. Mr. to the Nephl jail to await the action in orderto silence forever any evidence of the grand jury, has secured bonds- of their crime, they undoubtedly in Song in motion, by Juveniles. Tea Party, by Juveniles, consisting men In the sum of $500 and been re- tended to take uis lire. Mr. Learv lose, heavily by the failure of Shopping, Recitations and Singing. leased. of the Leadville and one or two other Mysterious Boarder. Dialogue, in con Colorado, where he had We regret to learn from Ben D. banks Mrs. Pry, Maggie Longhran. sums siderable of the money, savings is his still mother that Mrs. Wagg, Lizzie Giblin. Luce, seriously of years of toil, deposited. Since that Miss Derby, Nellie Duggan. ill, but we hope that the pleasant time he has been opposed to trusting Mr. Cooper, David Green. weather now prevailing, will have a inv bank, however sound, and was Carlos Mangum. Policeman, on a his to beneficial effect on the good lady's supposed carry person large of sum Recitation, For hence motive. by Claud Billings. the money, health. the information of footpads in general Dialogue, Matrimonial AdvertiseThe Lehi Banner, a seven column we are at liberty to state on the au- ment. Old Maid, Vinnie Mangum. folio, published by the Lehi publishing thority of Mr. Leary and his family, he docs not carry any monev on Mary Kole, Pearl Lawson. company, reached our table this week. that his person, but has it safely deposited Jack, Francis Fenlenbach. The Banner is the organ of the Lehi in the Eureka bank. Granny, Maggie Longhran. The gentleman's injuries are very Sugar Co., and bids fair to live long Chorus by School, Origin of Yankoc painful and quite serious, the contu Doodle. and prosper. sion under the left eye having swol Dialogue, How he got even on his Deputy sheriff Maurice Lyons con- len frightfully, entirely closing that veyed John Kiles to the Ncphi jail optic. The other contusion, back of enemy. Poet Stubson, Dannie Sullivan. ear, is also much swollen and Wednesday. Niles was tried on a the Waxem, David Green, causes the. much pain. patient charge of being drunk and disorderly This terrible object lesson should Dialogue, The way to Windam. and was found guilty and sentenced open the eyes of the citizens of Eureka Stranger, Jerry Murphy. to thirty days in the county jail. Roy, johnny Mollard. to the necessity of incorporation as Ample protection should be given Dialogue, The Best way to Main S. Jacobson & Co., have rented the to hie and property. Incorporate and tain Authority. large store room formerly occupied by give the city more police officers and Alexander Bigson, Francis Fenlen S. N. Schwartz, and yesterday gave it thereby put a stop to such outrages bach. Mrs. Bigson, Lizzie Giblin. a thorough cleaning and renovating. 3d on to Boitv, inst., of Recitation, by Maggie Sullivan. Wednesday a stock in are dry They putting the wife of .Mr. P. Sheehan a girl baby, Dialogue, Diamonds and Toads. goods, gents furnishings, Clothing, etc. Mother and child are doing well. Titaina, Maggie Sullivan. C. II. Scheu returned from a busiRosabel, Anna Lowney. The attention of our readers is Julia Harrington. ness trip to Denver and Aspen, Colo., called to the mammoth advertisement Julia Matilda, Josie Holland. on Tuesday, and will devote his time of the Salt Lake Branch Store on the of this issue, Mr. Ben D Fames. llrst henceforth, principally in the develop- Luce, page the manager, knows how to Maggie Lawson, Eliza Mangum, ment of his fine mining property, the catch the public eye by judicious ad Lottie Harrington, Mamie Sullivan, Ada Mollard, Emily Mollard, Maggie Bonanza group, (old Shoebridge) south vertising. Josie Freckleton, Graco of Silver City. Lochwitz's new building on upper Sullivan, Mills, Luella Cox, Annie Madden. We are sorry to announce the fact .Main street is about completed, lhe Song, Quartette and Chorus. is of the handsomest in the that John II. McChrystal is confined front oneand Tostal Card. reflects great credit on Dialogue, Territory to his house with quite a severe attack the workmanlike skill of the builders. Mrs. Waggle, Hattie Lawson. Malvina Clack, Maggie Harrington. of sickness, but we hope that ere the Messrs. Moore & Rochelle, who are Madora, .Mary Xenienbach. next issue of the Minkr, the gentle- now ready for another contract. Lawyer Clark, Albert Cox. man may be all right again and at his The Min'kk office acknowledges a Dialogue, Trick in a Doctor's shop. on from call Wednesday pleasant usual post of duty. Hob, Jerry Murphy. who showed his l'atsy Harrington, -1- 1. G. Wilson, late of the Cullen Andy Mci'lanerty, Johnny Mollard. appreciation of the Minek in a Doctor Crucible, Dannie Sullivan. manner by ordering a year's Hotel, Salt Lake, arrived in the camp CoLCMniA's Union Paktv. on Monday and has assumed charge, subscription for a friend in lowa. is right, as about the only way CHAHACTEHS. as manager, of the Eureka Hotel. Mr. That of letting your friends in the great Columbia, Vinnie Mangum. Wilson seems an affable and courteous outside world know the magnillccnt Brother Jonathan, Johnny Mollard. gentleman and we predict for him a possibilities and future greatness of Uncle Sam, Jerry Murphy. District of Columbia, Eliza Mangum. successful career in the great camp. States and Teukitokiks. Eureka is growing, and buildings new One hundred and twenty-fiv- e New Maine, Mary Fenlenbach; a substantial character are I wing names have been added to the regis- of erected Willi pleasang regularity and Hampshire, Joe Holland; Verniount, tration list in Eureka voting precinct rapidity, especially in the upper or Pearl Lawson; Massachusetts, MagConnecticut, Lizzie during the present registration for eastern portion of the town. Zando- - gie Sullivan; Rhode the coming election. This number nia & Castilena, of Salt Lake, are hav- New York Island, Annie Lowney; Maggie Longhran; Pennbrick, 22xt0, erected ing a added to the 317 previously registered on Delaware, upper Main street. The walls will sylvania, Julia Harrington; makes a total of 442 qualified voters be twenty-si- x feet high, and altogether Katie Sullivan; New Jersey, Delia orHowell; Lawson; Maggie Maryland, In the precinct. the building is expected to be an as well as an evi California, Ada Mollard; Texas, Thea-dor- e to nament town the II. F. Gear went to the city on dence of the prosperity of the camp. Hatfield; Virginia, Claud Billings; West Virginia, David Grren; Georgia, business last Sunday and returned on II. M. McDonald, a miner recently Ella Williams; North Carolina, DanMr. Gear informed the arrived from Couer Tuesday. d'AIene, met with Sullivan; South Carolina, Francis Mixkh that the Eureka townsite case, quite a painful experience a few days nie Fenlenbach; Mississippi, Ada Martin; e which was set for hearing in the ago. While out prospecting I North Florida, Nellie Duggan; Louisiana. w ith a bunch ic in he contact came Tint Luella Cox; Tennessee, Levia Bacon; on Monday, was continued by of oak, which so poisoned 'him Sophia Madel; Ohio, Frank the mutual consent of attorneys en- thatpoison his face became so swollen as to Kentucky, Foreman; Michigan, Carlos Mangum; his gaged on the case. Applisight. temiMirarily destroy Indiana, Mamie Sullivan; Illinois, physicprocured from a local imflain-maiioGertrude Fenlenbach; lowa, Josie The Min'kk feels compelled to cations soon reduced the however, ian, call the Salt Lake Herald down. The Freckleton;Wisconsin, Mary E. Lynch; and the gentleman is rapidly Nevada, Johanna Mulligan: Nebraska, Herald insists on carrying a big head, of effects the from the recovering Lizzie Kohl; Montana, Johnny Sulliwhich reads "Utah's Great Camp" van; Dakota, George Koley: Washingand t hen goes on w ith a desertatioii poison. enMike alKMit J 'ark City, all of which is ton, Albert, Cox: Colorado, The Minkii acknowledges the invitation to attend the Imghran: Mew Mexico, Fred Collins: tirely wrong. Tintic is Utah's only be James Sullivan; Utah, Edward ani versa ry of t he opening of the Salt Idaho, great camp, and should always Lake Stuck Exchange, on Friday June Duggan; Indian Territory. Johnny spelled with a big G. will Ik served Inthe Cronin; Max. S. Ilanauer, the popular .1th, ism . Lunch ilson: George (if t he new Walker building, assayer of Salt Lake and senior mem- basement ! Willie Martain Exchange Call ber of the llrmof H:inuur& Bird of two doors west of the James Martain. after the llale-ton- . room, immediately Morning C. S. Eureka, accompanied by Recitation, by Hattie Lawson. chemist for the Mingo smelter, Call. A review of the work done dur past year, and short speeches The committee of ladies who pre at Sandy, came, in on Saturday and ing athe of eminent men will be a sided over the refreshments returned to tlieclty on Sunday. While by number consisted here the boys were't he guests of Frank part isof the program. An elegant of Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. T. D. Sullivan, time expected. left li with and iini' impressed Bird, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. L. W. Bacon, Mrs. the importance of Eureka as a mining Probate Judge Footc and Select- W. D. Meyers, Mrs. Ed. Smith and town. man liasuiussen came up from Nephl Col. J. C. Cnad, attorney at law of yesterday in company with Judge others. The liberal amount of refreshments Las A nl mas. Colo., w as in Eureka for lionibanl. The object of the full couna frw davs during tin past week and ty court being here at this time is for served gave evidence of the munifi f i for the paid the'MivKit a pleasant call. His lic purpose of selecting a sit cence and tasfe of.the fair donors. brother. Edward F. Goadwin-r-is practicing new Kiireka court house. The con of the he has tract lor the construction law In Salt Lake City, Flowers and trimmings for ladies. been for some wo year. TheColonel building has been let to Hill & Ja- A large line of sun hats and other has returned to his old home In Las cobson their bid being the lowest, sent of winding up in. The consideration Is $2,f2.1 and millinery goods lit Ben. D. Luce's, Animas for the his business and removing to Salt work will lie commenced as soon as Main Mrcct. No. 400. Lake where he will n engage In the the site Is fixed upon. The building C. F. RathlMine attorney at law. in company is to be of stone, iixio, well and subpraet ie "f his profev-ioOffiCC iu tllC MlNr.lt. stantially built. with his brother. ! ! robber-assassin- Step-mothe- r, s, Anhauser l.eer always on draught, at the Silver Dollak saloon. Stationery, confectionery and fine cigars and tobaccos at Sleeper &; Hin-roan'- ' s. Advertising in the Minkii brings a sure reward. The Minei; circulates among the peojple. Tpilet Soaps, 1.1c to 7.1c a box 5c to 25c a cake. Vest pocket perfumery only 15c. two-stor- y "A penny saved is a penny earnif it has, did you ever attempt a practical demonstration of the maxim? What would you do if you knew how you could save a few dollars just as well as not? You would save them, of course. What would T do if you you could save thought Y I 1 1 I a few dollars?"" You would try it, 1 of course. What can we say to make you think we can save some money for you on all the goods purchased of us. We know it, and after one trial you will know it, too. If you think we might save some money for you, come and see us, and then you will I i T it. Our trade is rapidly incres-- L and the inducement we I hold is simply Bottom Prices I VI V yi y ing, for High Grade goods. We purchase direct from first hands in car load lots, thus getting our goods at the very minimum of cost and freight, and the benefit of these close prices we give to aur patrons. Xfl Sw fiT"t HYDE Lundborg's, Swintons, Lautier's, and Palmer's perfumes. Full line of toilet articles. Everything the best. The Eukeka Dure; Stoke. Parties wishing to invest, in good mining property in the great Tintic Mining District' can gel what they want by addressing G. T. Bridges and i'rank Burk, box 3 10, Eureka, Utah. -- Send the Brackets Miner to your friends. Scroll and - Pi'irainiiies, wedding invitations and announcements, elegant and cheap, at the Mixeu office. Work MAX MAPS TO ORP6R .... church. east of MeMiirphy's IBTEii Wanted. dozen judges to try my celebrated Brand "Don Caklos, " 5c cigars. I fear no competition. Excellent Accommodations for the Traveling Public. Tables supplied with the best the market Eureka Fki it Stock. Opposite Shea's Hall. lot Sale at a Bargain. A new two story building and large lot at Silver City. The house is 17x40 with 4 large rooms in second story. It Is built of redwood, and handsomely ceiled. Will be sold at a great bargain. Apply to Adams & Sons Co., at U. P. Depot, Eureka, or to J. S. Mackintosh, Eureka. NOTICE! To whom it may concern. All parties are hereby notified not to erect or cause to be erected, any structures or buildings on the ''Wolfe Tone" or "Robert E. Lee" mining claims. T. D. Sullivan. l!IH I.II.1MII' LINE OF THE WORLD. The Favorite .Route to Glcnwood, affords. Leadville, Aspen, RATES REASONABLE. Opexed Thursday, May 7th, KEEP kuIooii. l' SCENIC Half Utah Fruits, ami Notions. Fine Cigars a Specialty. OiKMlom- MAMMOTH, UTAH, UFMUTYG and ContCctioiH'ry RITER HOUSE, For Sale. FRIEDEItSDOIiFF, Dealt'!- in California And on Short Notice. JAMBS ECSTICK, Carpenter and Builder. A good team of horses, spring wagon and harness, cheap. Inquire of Ed. T.IVFS Leppert; Just east of the Catholic ado Surinam Denver, 18!1. And all Points East and Sonth. COOL! TWO TRAINS FI11LT-CLAL- DAILY. and Tourists You can do so by Buying Elegant Pullman ers on Each Train. your Ice during the hot weather of the 1 Leave orders at Noah McChrystal & Co's meat market. 1 1 Denver, Colo. F. GEA R H. Sleep- For full information call on or adW. J. .siiOTWELL, dress . Agent, 58 W. 2nd .South. G. T. SM IT1 1, A. S. 1 UO ES, Traffic Mgr. (ieiieral Mgr. S. K. HOOPER, (i. P. and T. A., Eureka ice Go. FOR SALE. Mrs. Sheehan offers for sale her lodging house of twenty large rooms, and furniture, eellar anil half interest in a good well. For particulars call on or address Mrs. Margaret Sheehan, & CO Eureka, Utah. VALUABLE A UNDEVEOI'ED MINING CLAIM; claim. 600x1500 feet, joining A full the ground on the north. Title perfect. Address or call at Tintic Minek office Eureka, Utah. liullion-Beek-Champi- Notice. To whom it may concern: All tn rile are hereby notified not, to erect or cause to be erected, any st ructures or buildings on the " Little Chief min.Tas. P. Dkiscoll. ing claim. G enera M ere handise, FANCY NOTIOHS. John Dkiscoll, Sullivan, John Mooke. T. D. Notice. To WHOM IT MAY CONCEIiV: Notice is hereby given that the following mining claims viz: Austrian. Bavarian, Columbus, Francis Joseph and Ludwlg, one and miles north of Homansville, are t lie property of the undersigned. The said claim have been duly recorded according to law, and all persons are notified not to trespass on the said A. Assmann it Co. ground. one-fourt- h Notice! To Whom it May Conckkn: Notice Is hereby given that the Golden Treasure and Annie Hurley, mining claims situated about, one mile north of the Northern Spy. between that property and Homansville, and adjoining the Stanley and Chance, are the property of the undersigned and all parties are notified not to trespass on said ground, by entering upon or erecting buildings thereon. Fhanklin V. J'.rsii, James Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Fresh and First-GlaStaple Groceries a Specialty. rt. F. GE.VR & CO., Main St., Eureka. ss UNION PRUG STORS! Chemicals, Medicines, ve:-- t Cox's new building two d of l'ostollice. A FINE LINE OF Drugs, TOILST AKTrCLGS, FeRFUMeRY, O.O. ! DRS. BOSTWICK & GRANT. GEO. ARTHUR RICE, I'ren. First Nat l'rea. 1'irot at l 1 Hank. Oiiniy. Col. Hank, Oruiiu JiiuMion. ( BANK M III KA, Ml ALL. I ( GEO. ARTHUR RICE IN" L L BAILEY. l liM Nat l Hank, lilco. (VI. irM Nat'l Kank, Ouriiy, Col. Vict -- I're. nl. BY THE TOPE HELD FRESH Oiu nmltu: I.ivemiil let lire. Come itnd get your money's wort li. EUREKA MINIMS' i;XI0N, I. NEAND ALJL, A. O T.kiln. (MP jALL! - IN DEALER For Sale. n puri' II. GILLITT, Manager. GEO. OP ALL KINDS land-otllc- 1 BECK. & ! al Gib-lili- n; IS IIS ed?" and I & t CO,, K S TAIL . Drafts drawn on Transacts a General of the all parts ;nil Kin'opc InterFriday Evening. June 12,1891 est allowed on Time Deposits. COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS. Chan. Fit her, D. B. Cronin, T. J. Ed. Lewis, J. J. A. GALLAGHER. FL00RMANACERS. Hebe Uangum, Jr., Harry Fnrsuth, O'Neal, RECEPTION Bat. Sullivan, D. Rinnlan. Ed. Lewis. Cashier. Asst Cashier. k 60 Are the Proprietors of TIIK COMMITTEE. J. MEAT MARKET Of TICKETS, $2,00. Ill are cordially iiwited to attend. THusic by tKe TXepKf 'faid. F. W. BLUE, Noah MC6I1PIISM Chas. Fisher, Williams, James Sennet, Willis Knapp, Putiieh 0 Haia, Jai. Campbell, E. Outs. Wilfred Fnckklon, 6, R. Wilkinson, John O'Lewy M. Holland. Wm, BLUE, WSLL! YSS! Dund imylan, A. Gntlaqher. FLOOR DIRECTOR, Jat. Banking Ilusiui'-snited Stati-- Eureka, and sell all kinds in their line. north of just store. John McChrystal's Give us a call. Market EUREKA, - - - UTAH.