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7 NOTICE ! The subscription list ot the Ncplii Ensign has been purch:ied by Rathbone Bros. All unexpired subscriptions w ill be tilled by the Tintic Miner, and all accounts due on subscription are payable to us. Rathbone Bros., Publishers of The Tintic Mier. ' r-- ,i r-- . iamt ts .TO ADVERTISERS! Having Ksughf lli subscription K'-- of tlie NTliinsfp.t, which ill thiit ot the MisfK, mak-- s the biter p.per the hest advertising medium in Jiuh eoun-- s ty. The Miner is the n!y raptf "iJu;ih county reaching the masses ot the people .,. EUHEKA, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, JUXE'.'fi. 1801. VOL I. SECRET SOCIETIES. es.ti Thf new crusher at the Keystone works like a charm. ' OF ALL KINDS Woik on the Daisy claim, a mile and a half north of Eureka, is showing upi TO And on Short Notlt-eThe Bullion-IJec- k IHreetorvi flue ledge matter. l.YMKS I I STK K, Carpenter ami Iluiltler. All of the mines will shut dnwrt for" Visit, the Mine.. Fourth. Some will have two and the MAX FIJIEDEKSDOKFF, ol hers three days as a holiday; Dewier in A rich strike in the California and Utah Fruits, ITS OUTPUT TO INCREASE the Kentucky ltose ConsolConfectionery ami Notion. Fine Cigars a Specialty. Matters Between the Directory and the idated Mining Comiwiiy, in Puby Hollow, but tlie report, comes too late for Men Amicably Arranged. Ruby HolOut door fast of MrMnrphy's saloon. any particulars in this issue. a low Makes Splendid Showing. 1$. Rich Assays and Large Ship-o- f Capt. Hyan has added another shift -- r Manufacturer tif to the Cleveland force and is running.' the Week. . r MiNEli Ifanifd Wednesday, night and day. '(,w that this mine The Wen more men put on. has listed and from one of the principal stockholders REPAIRING NEATLY HONE. and Champion, larger shipments are expected to folof the r.iillion-liec- k Shop opposite. Slieu'S liall. - Eureka. I'ta'i. that the force would lie increased to low. the workiiiK capacity of the mine and Th Mammoth will start! up again that orders had been issued to the next, week, as the new machinery is Dealer in foreman to hire all the men he could now i.bmit all iu place. A largo forv,e PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, work: that the mine was to he devel- .of men will be put on ami tlivouiput oped for all it is worth and that the will final if not exceed the tonnage WALL PAPER, &C. ore shipments are to lie doubled. Our of th past year. volunteered the statement House Evn IhmI.v who visits the Silver Sign Painting. informant reason the company had not Spar is enraptured over the strike that the Sliop ill Medii'i'stal's old store, rushed business during the past four made, thereon. When a vein of ore js months was the low price of silver, but found running 'i per cent lead and " now that silver was past the dollar ounces silver, as this. 'does, it gives mark and with every indication of a everybody confidence in the. locality. DKAI.KH IN rise still in price, that the company It is truly wonderful what possibiliin FanGu Groceries desired to crowd work to it utmost. ties lire in store for claim Fresh When asked as to whether the com- and round Silver City liud .Diamond, W.'C. Seheu, who is operating over pany contemplated any radical changes ICE CREAM AND ALL KINDS OF or had any important work in view, at Silver, has the new shaft, fx7 feet, COLD DRINKS. he said: "Nothing: only that we have on the l'.oiianza claim of the old e decided to develop the mine beyond down thirty feet. At property, of twent anything yet seen in Utah, for we in- a teethe struck I haue just fittedto up an Ice Cream Parlor tend to make the Heck the greatest a depth ana am prepared peculiar format ion of iron pvrites. accommoaateweiraae mine in the country, if work will do white talcnnd bluish-blacin this line. Family orders, for any quansulphurcts. it.'' Continuing, he said: ''The di- which gave ait assay of 40 per cent, tity, solicited, and promptly filled. and are to have lead and seventvtiuiK'es Silver. rectors are here y a conference with the Union, with a Ore lias been struck in the Solid view to establishing the most pleasant Muldooii l'rop't of Eureka's through the' peck workings, relations between the management on the six hundred level. lljislsthe and the men employed." Peek Scroll Work NO. A lot (Tintk-- j of eleven, tons nf Cleveland ore wn.s MinpM and assayed of yesterday. Since this i the two mines Monging to the Cleve land .Mining Company, the stock ofi w hieh will soon ,he on call in t he Stock Exchange, this shipment is of much interest.,, The assay showed Vi pvr cent. lead.. J 05 oiinl-i-s sih'er. 'aptain Hyan describe the .vein on the Cleveland as. having pa, ore from two to twenty inches wide, while the a 'parallel Vein, has not quite so much pay ore. but it is richer.. He feels confident that these two claims in the hands or the coiiipant' will be- The Salt Lake "Times" STotes. by-letter Mutt Caul. ui iv from H. F. Seliick says t hat t!it lift;! n- ORP6R rial d illicit It ies of t he A lamo and Al- utny Consolidated companies tit Tin- "' tie. will soon beadiu.stetl.' MF.F.TS IX t'NION". ITM'KKKA MIN'F.lfS' J. J Shea's Hull every Monday evelilnsr lit was said ye.steid;v that it any P 7:;sti. Ail members are respectfully requested JOHN A. (jALl.AdHKK. tOlltteUlt. syndicate had an option on the Cvn- I'resUleil. J. T. IIAHHINIITON. fcntiial-Eurek- a they are, tlie same lirrordiu Secretary. parties who negotiated the sale of the O. F.. I. KEKA LOHAE NO. lVLamar mines in Idaho. ', nu'ris every WeilueMlay eveniu . Yis- invited. itiair brothers cordially in who from I'Hiue Cline, (ii'iirg'e'W. L. O, Sriiot n :.i. J. V. Ubkkk, X. O. P. Secretary. Silver City Sunday , night, says the strike made on the st. lilb extension of CKOXIX, NO. I. A.O. H.. meets 17"l'i:EKA DIVISION the Swansea is a good one and" that Hall at 7:M I), m. on tlie tirst utid thiol Wcdiiesilay In each month. mine will soeli become a producer. the .1. A. IIOI.I.AVO. come a Tri1. .1. l.AI.I.V. "property. President. V. I'. & K. S. bune. .Messrs. Hyde & peek nre conralii-- . ', rK.iLI)EX EAlil.E t'ASTLF. NO. 1. K. if O. "ow that railroad ''facilities anU latiiig themselves on the '. 'splendid i.l E. Meets every Friday evening at 8 eomlit fon of the (iovertior., Tlie bodv ' isitinji hnijilits o'clock, iu I. O. l. h. hall. nre to transportation cheap promised F. F. IIostwick. X. C. always welcome.M. West Tintic many of the old 'proper- of mineral st riMk in t he shaft a few of K. .Ions HtriiNS, ties there are, being looked up and put weeks ago is rich and has the appearance of penuauencv. CHURCHES. jn shaM to become "producers. John The hew surface maelutierv. mi.the OHKt'H. Fleming, who is a pioneer of that disMETIIOII1ST EPISCOPAL held an follows: Sunday for has his with Keystone, trict, including the ore erusher stayed properties Srliool at 2 p. in.: i'rayer and class mcctlim at :i p. in. I'reacliiiisr at s p.m. every Sunday. ami itrroriversation wit h for this rich mine, lias started up. years, twenty of room w west lie held in the All set vires ill a Tribune representative the other Shipments will lie made W hich It rethe srliool Imildint; until the new eiiuivh is and roiiiDleted. All are cordially invited to at day expressed. his faith that the com- sult eon Id be obtained., would present W. A. llCNTKH. tend thesi' services. Pa rtor. ing railroad would give "that, part of. some startling results, as there is said untie a snietulKi noom, me lodges to be some of the largest and there, as a general rule, being large bodies of mineral which nave ever and permaneut, though Tow "in grade. been (liselosetl.ou the Jume. C. H. Maktin J. M. HAMILTON. He is the owner of a group of. line Steve. Keene. one of1 the hca & AM ILTOX MAKTIX, claims and' brought in a "shipment of weight Colorado mining men who was Fruits, fine ore to Hlee'm sampler. The old'1 here with, the Shriners. xuid that he Ittorneys - at - Law, Scotia tuine iu this district is again intended coming hack, here as soon as Wait. Salt Lake City, niake a visit to.Tudic. a Laws 1'riinlmil and Mining Sperialty. being worked, aiid experiment! made possible---anwith a. view to adopting the cheaest He had heard the formation then' n- ... process to work the: ore. J nbune semhled thntiit Aspen and If .there rp C. BAILEY. was-av possibility ot anot her- - Aspen ... Correspondence., ATTORNEY AT LAW, being struck be wanted to get 1n on it. DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. The.' owners of the Mammoth No. 2 Patents and Land Office Businessa Specialty. haw gotten their shaft down. i0 feet, Salt Lake City, Utah. "What Our Exchanges Sty of ' The the vein on the uoitli "all. striking .':. Greatest Camp of Utah." Across-cut lias been ,ta"rted to the L. BROWX. QHAIiLES Dr. A. D. Ilea vans is in from Eu- east' wall, which is now in thirty feet. reka. Tiiilie. ... He. is deeply interested In thi some very flue bunches of ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, iu imniug at several camps and .quite beets found, hut nothing whw-paid Murray, enthusiastic over tht minirigsituation was ground that John , XOTAKY PUBLIC. The qiiarlz and the permanent.ami others ITifUKM) for.'Mnrrav having 1 nbune. u , consultation I'TAH looks well and is Utah. forenoon of the vein in El'ltKKA structure Wednesday the same tinder bond' from Captain ofALL KINDS OF a most favorable for striking pay ore... ,,; was had between the Pullion-PecSilver has mine at Treasure The Deorezin for &i".0n0. The ground is ficers and directors, composed of PresChe Alaska. 4 large strike of rich ore. Q M. TUACKSTOX, now worth a quarter of a million. Summer Drinks, Candies, Mining men report, a better-demanPresident Vice Moses iv, ident a rich strike ami Thatcher, U'so has and keener competition for ore. than , Some rock taken from the SeptemATTORNEY AT - LAW. 1 ne Ai d FIXK C1HAKS. kose Con- at John Peck. Manager A. E. Hyde and At, the same Kentucky improving. any time in fmuiths. ' out rio'rtli. two miles, fs in solidated M Company hustarted tliiie..Uicy say there Is not, so- - much Pishop William H. Preston, and the ber claim, iuing one of . officers and members of the Eureka the possession 'of Judge Watts, work with a force of six men, and the kicking by btiyers.ou account of cues .I'TAH. Pure Ice Cream Every Day! in thai loEl'ltKKA. are looking far better than Miners' Union, at the Mormon meet- the owners of a Llrg group siIkioiim not or silicious too The rock is heavy in pyrites ever. The shaft will be limbered ami being Sleeper & llininan's old stand. ing house. The situation was dis- cality. enough: snickers being inclined io so that, the B EN'XETT. MARSHALL & BRADLEY, an additional force of men put on this take cussed at length liy both sides and re which carries some gold, things as they come. 'I he Pueweek. ' The Slioebridge mine is look- blo smelters are short, liot h of eoppei sulted in what will be of great benefit owners believe rrpiu indications that ATTORNEYS-AT-LAmint? there beto the company and the men employed thc.iNill lftve a good ing well. Ed Loose has a fine strike and silicious pres. tli-to great fore depth. Salt Lake t'ity, I tali. any get in" the Sioux. When the Mammoth mine. in the MAMMOTH, UTAH, Tintic miners are taking an unusual Tlie knowing ones say that the rieh- - resumes there will lie. a boom in liuby Minlus and Corporation Law a Specialty. President Thatcher assured the iotc'-ost- , Otlicc over .lones' liank. ! JAMES ihat part of, t)ie...tlisltuct.- . I he ivc-i hat 1L, Hollow. :OWWw. lOTlNfi. Colon reiu'pKeiitnt of Eureka. The section north comes mines from where board the Only to lying Keystone. men were at liberty .'. .RATI BONE.- Mr. T. U. Cutler paid a visit to his . no attention for several years was unireteived or Q store the few a at the to trade opinion ago years and pleased, on they Tuesday properties In Tintic within a little more than Excellent Accommodations for "the not as they wished, and that he be- versal among experts that there were Wednesday with an' east- and up to' ATTORNEY AT LAW, sti Tables The any ot thu groitmr. Traveling Public. lieved they had a right to spend the no ore bodies north of the gulch. ern capitalist, to examine the mines of year ago hardly with the best the as and in all the Courts.in Very little good plied appropriated. the this has earned theory exploded Keystone by working money they . that thriving camp with tlie view of ore has been found on the surface, but affords. market not is in the demonstrated that there only Eureka. I'tali. mine wherever they saw fit and Pussell In MiNKH office. . erecting an eighty-stamis favorable for good mines REASONABLE. manner that best suited their own lots of it, but that it is very lien in RATES mill to work the low formation process ; s. Davis. are that work will indications tlie md character. grade ores. Lehi llanner. Ol'KXED TlintSDAY, MAY til, 1WM. pleasure. uncover them. of The Union endeavored to remove (ieorge Wilson located the E. A. C. W. Watson, superintendent TTmiri? aivd Stock broker. of the orside north on claim the C. J. Mulkey, paymaster of the Ilul- the Hyde Lake the prejudice existing against the Mammoth mine, was in Salt The last. hill and Champion Mining com ground Member Salt Lake Kxrhange. Friday and told the reporter that ganization by producing the figures Keystone was yesterday and . Charta in from Eureka Sunday is as known the for came purthat Magna data fit-other and in Luke necessary pany, Salt the new boilers had been placed Oflioe over Jones' Hank some time ago, the Of the Peck he says: rroin and that tunnel of ight. the outside pose, and when the operators of the surveyed for patent from Washing position were only waiting to receive the the (00 to the 800 levels, the amount Buying mine learned that the I nion was be- survev being sent hack Office, You can do ho is is they The correction. for ton it as well as fraternal, pleased nevolent liot and air pipes, when the mine f ore displayed in the mine simply steam the Ice during Silver City, Utah. your ne yo.ssithat on the be ii direc made to said and woiuo officers inai ground and The them start to immense, he all ready greatly. would up again. weather of the II. ;. JAMES, Proprietor. tors of the company expressed them the discovery monument or location Mr. Watson estimates the production bleto keep a00 men sloping on uie of come without ANALYTICAL the I! AM) selves as having a kindly feeling for notice is not within the lines this month (June) will be from 300 to Imdies for two years to ore is all of a in The them. them aid to K D . survey. the men and willing 400 tons of ore, all of which has been exhausting ALL WOKK G lT A it A K K Hancock anil partner have located taken from aljove the tunnel level. good grade, too, and nets fully 0 a way possible, and as being deevery A. HUPCH. JJ. I'HHISTKNSKN. sirous of arriving at an understanding what they expect to prove is the south Mammoth stock Is rapidly regaining ton after paying all expenses of treat Leave orders at Noah he sta concerned. extension of the Lucky, and are sink the coil lldence of investors and is re ment. transiMirtation, etc. & Go's meat market. to the mutual benefit of all cut and been level has 800 Union of are for the the a tion Erom representatives BURCII ing a shaft in the wash.'.- If they covering some of the ground it lost GHH1STENSEN-some drifting done, the works showing we learn that the members of the or- as lucky as Thos. Croxall, who has four month ago. FISHER'S BREWEKY. some fair sized stopes having a good ganization present at this conference feet of 4(1 ounce silver ore on the south W. C. H. Allen has returned from a flvil and Milling KinsineerH. cannot express themselves in too extension of the Swansea, and strike visit to Tintic and he tells ol goou alue, but the level has not been ex the main U. I BITl'TV MINERAL Sl'HVHYOllS. storng terms of their appreciation for the Lucky vein, they are fixed. There progress being made there in opening tended far enough to strike is being continued shaft The Vice President is no doubt amongst the prospectors cluster. President Thatcher, men up new properties, etc. Two All Knu'ineerina and Surveyinit promptly Uiager Peck and Pishop Preston. All are of in and around Silver but that the vein known as the Stewart Hoys have a on down below the 800 level as fast as attended to. Keliahle work (.'iiaranteed. as the management have deone oninion. and that is that the extends down on the flat where these Work, Mrs. Mark's old si and. Kureka. lease on the Keiisey mine, and they possible, to Contraels taken for Development made in on above-name- d are honest, termined eslimates explore the property to a and worked. are extensions gentlemen l'lans. speeifications being are making good money in a very rude work. all kinds of and at the same time with the desire to work in harmony A. H. Haws has secured a lease on way. They have a small rough wind greater depth, ahead. Further reserves of porllops a establish to men Maps of Tint If IMstriet. or and feeling large miles the the old Slioebridge mill. "ten lass with an inch rope and a long tia keep of same, supplied on short notice. Ice Cold Lager always on tap. confidence between the officers and from Eureka, and will start in to bucket to hoist the ore, but tlie shaft development on the Caroline shows no Ol'KICK ON CIU'IICII STHKKT.' the miners employed., r roni these "clean up" the old mill this week. fs onlv dow n a few feet. They have diminution of the tine lidies of minI tali. Private Club Unoms. struck early last spring, and from the Minku He same representatives expects to find plenty of quicksil taken out and shipped 2000 worth o eral Hest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Kkask A. Bihi a steady production of a car a Max S. IIaxai kh. these learned that all differences are be ver around tlie old works that will ore and are out on; to the value taking lift ecu Is ' that lieved to have been settled, and, run well in gold and silver amalgam, of Mio fo 100 nerdav. This ore runs dav made, aggregatingaboiit tons. will one no forward lime this Ottice, from sluices Eureka Assay ami will run the dirt through from 210 to 400 ounces silver. Thi Politeand prompt attendiincealways have cause for complaint. Just Wait and See. in order to collect if. Mr. Haws is an mine is on the same vein as Sunbeam or the the by Peer liy assured. to keg is MlNKlt pleased The heartily who IIANAIKR i MM), old California miner thoroughly Silver Moon and Filtner Hey mines. Silver has advanced four ceiitswith- dozen kittles delivered to any part of of affairs; understands state this chronicle happy up1' process. well. Anolhe all are the'Tleaiiing in the past few (lays, and Director ot Mammoth. which doing Eureka or and next to the pleasure of announc- After he comiiletes this lease he will noted strike, is that by Mr. Croxall the Mint Leeeh is quoted' a saying ing that owners and employes will set out for the Tetdns. in Idaho. who a short time ago located the that he believes the rise will he per henceforth work together in harmony where lie has some line placer ground ground on the Hat just south of tlie manent. The continued and regular 8 gallon keg $3.25. and good will, is the fact that the to work. Swansea, and within a few rods ot me purchases by the treasury department Peck properly, undoubtedly one of the Quart liulllcs per (l(rn. $2.00. off Eureka railroad. He sank a shaft 47 fee are believed to lie responsible for the North paid The best in the mining world, will be Main Street, Kitrrkw. I'tali. and worked onlv a short shift, it through the wash and struck right on encouraging state of affairs. Just worked in a manner commensurate of a lug ledge of goon ore and wait and see the jump when free and All Siiinples will rerelve prompt attenllon. being so near the Fourth. Work will top He a special! y. Sawitli ils greatness, thereby giving resume Monday with two shifts. The whii'li ii nil the time imnroVlllg will Analytical work iruaranleed. unlimited coinage becomes the law. tisfaction has enough to begin shipping and Parties returning empty bottles will needed employment to hundreds of w ith .In so :it once. J r. Allen savs uie Denver Times. shaft is now down forty odd feet he allow ed 3.' cents per tlo.en. CALL ON men and at the same time adding i liiitiiimd counlrv is showing very en every better indications Rumor. the growing The Centennial-Iurek- a wealth to ts fortunate owners. in courairintrlv. and a numbcrof the old (lone now is work The being day. have rumors T. FUKOASOX, unrWiiiL's there are being clean eil out For some time past A sale i' said to be negotiated of the a formation of black quartz which is readv for Tribune. effect that a heavy again. the t to working afloat been JULIUS MARSHALL, Iowa group, north of the Colorado very damp, and is regarded by experfor the syndicate was negotiating . ienced miners as being of the very Off For England. Chief mini'. Centennial-Kurekathe of ' purchase I he .Virtll Leave Orders at' lleadiitiarters. Jacob lletianger has bought, Neil best indicat ions possible. General Palmer, president of thi Late last evening It was asserted that and business mean Eureka sails Company Carruthers interest in the Silver Spur, i'i, i :r:inde Western Hailroad, the sale had been consummated at foil A will not slow work 'until the mine is f.,r Knirland Julv 2d. next. As the Forfeiture Notice. between Silver and Diamond. At a late hour .Mr. rumon $3,000,000. ore extent that pay developed to that road ha.e only valof the officials a FIHG BATH OK located or iisslns: heirs a high To William Holey, your Bamberger was asked what truiii is found and the mine regular ship Capt. (ieorge iiridges Veil nre herehy not tied that we linvcexpcnareturned from a trip up in the there was in the rutimr, aim ne re- Cumulus, the of uable Just, m..m- ground, per. piece o,m sum tne In Cut. moncv Hair ami lauor d Clean Shave and Neat Yakima bay country, guessers are nlietl, "The mine has not heeii sold. dred ilollais ilin as assessment work on tin- last week, joining on the Moore and The Alaska mine in Kuby Hollowmim.HMuain m ine lewiirt Sprhm "ater at the conclusion that Herald. Hol in t inn Lady Aspinwall claims' Kuhy coiiniy. Tintic Mininn District, .li is st ill keeping up itsspletidid showing. quick to Jump opposite F.lirekll Terrltol V. for the Veur li. tioii m um ma low. either Is North side of Main Street, i'tali. meditated, e extension an twenty-livis down now r.nreka. onr proportion Hotel, The shaft n mount n u ml liy law. Eich Cleveland Ore. of such eipeiidlture uhiii said claim a mounts Horace Jones has increased the feet, and there is ore everywhere. Two from this city or from the terminus dollars and thirty-thre- e . to first h" The and shipment of ore. eleven to line There short drifts from the bottom of the of the new Tint Oregon Pl'.TKIl ltllKl-Iand uuiessthe same, toitel her It h the costs working force on the Undine. ;i;o. U.NMi. the Cleveland, Tintic, was nnderslu'ued from of iiihertislim. Is puld to the ! are lotsof tine ore going to the sampler tioift - evuose breast of ore four and a tiio Sniiiiil count rv. and that the tons, in within ninety luvs from the evplriilloii "i Lake Salt sold Tuesday by George to London will to raise claim bella said is going this notice, vour interest from this mine, and it is growing half feel wide, running Hit ounces in General I and it brought over iH'cnme forfeited to ns. In iiccordlince with A Tribune Arthur lice, funds. SI ter asthe necessary day. vised Ion ever.' lie talc atlite. Sect it! the provisions of Successors to furl Itoiup.l silver. A small Vein of white h per Ion. of the l ulled Stales. asked Colonel lodge alKiut llino, making a net of m IUtmki.ii. The Tcsora, adjoining the (iolden says 4(1 ounces; The Alaska is in a 11,1.1 first sold the shipment also Mr. Hice ii.no. General Blacksmitlis. First puh.. lime I'l. 'HI. W. .1. Treasure In lltiby Hollow, has lotsof regular ComsliK'k formation, porphyry this yesterday, but the Colonel only re of ore from the Kxcelsior mine, Tint ic. tine ore on the dump. The (iolden and itiai;.ile, and there is so much smiled, remarking thai newspaper invitations m weddinti es, l'rotr rani Howa small lot. This newly developed vivid have Imaginations. porters elegant and Treasure is being leased by the owners mineral in sight now that the claim Is ever, Ilorsf Sliofin' and (JentTal and aiiiioiiticemeiits, it is known that the Hlo Grande mine is in the porphyry belt of Tintic, ofllee. Miskk at Tesora. of the the cheap, dubbed "the mineral farm." Hen. Western officials have long had their and L'ives promise of the niakiiu, of a Rfpair work Neatly aii'l Andrew Uaxter has a force of men Luce and his part ners w ill soon need eyes on the great northwest as a A ..a In has opened up a r'rank ami good mine. The ore shipped sain) d Promptly (U)iif. they are slraiu'ht jackets if I he rich ore keeps might v good country to get into, ciiv barber sholi. close to L. K. Iliters working 1he Joe Duly ami ore. a to per cent lead and ii ounces silver, see to be no! would it surprising The eotiiiiiLr in this wav. as they have al considerable good and Hie vein Is said to he quite U of these one way made that movement First Class Work Guaranteed. store where tbe dusty jiii o n lired In' takingis outclose I lie Horace readv declared their Intention to pay to Undine, i u i.i Daly strong one. Tribune. i'i Visinr:iiiir iiiier days. oil the national debt; Shop opposite fut'iilMie s Jones's property. st. le. I'taii. ' and shaved in Brackets-- I. O. 'EYSTUNF. KM AMl'MF.NT NO. o. i'.. i'ts the seeoucl mid fourth Tliiirsituv of .arli uioiit ii at K p. m. Visitiiij: rallimrlies made welcome. ( It. HltlSTEXSKN. (KO. (Ol.l.ESIME, 1. Serilie. J S. and nAPG . proi-erty- II . -'. J. Fine Boots Shoes. A - . , . J.F.HERR, . . Professional Cards. .FHANK HERTAS, H k . Shoe-hridg- . k to-da- J. W. SIEGBIST, Parlor. Igg Cream " ore-hav- e k ' RITER HOUSE, W, ' Vrofo-'Sft'Jrc- r.-' '' I'rin-tie- p q . KEEP Tintic COOL! lion-Pec- k ty Assay Eureka ice Go. N" Mc-Chryst- 1 Beer Depot, Vssayers and Chemists, . Pi-op- Fashionable Barber - . ifCI.-SI- d HANSON 11 noHUP, I 1 first-clas- El'ltKKA.