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he intic ittucv PRICE OF Sl'HSC'Iill'TlON.-T- N ADVAXOK "...KMIO Oua yeur . 1 .r Six miintliN . - 1 W Tlin-- month If not paid In ndvance: Ono year, H .(X); three mouth, Il.jo. six months, the capital diverted from Tintic it might possibly float over to the Park. Our contemporary is off his base, so to speak, but the Miskk will cheerfully assist him to obtain Disequilibrium in any legitimate effort to obtain capital to develop the Park prospects. One of the tlrst things for our contemporary to do is to get a mine, a laCenten-nial-Eurekship a number of carloads of ore worth live thousand dollars a ton, and then sell the mine for three millions. That will be a good showing to start with. When the Park has done this we will guarantee that it will take a special train to carry out the capitalists, who will tumble over one another to get In on the ground floor with their shekels for investment When this has been accomplished we can give our Park cotem several other points on how to attract capital to his camp but at present, perhaps, it is only necessary to advise him to keep his eye on Tintic district Utah's the Nonpareil. camp "greatest" Then, if smart, he will be able to pick some valuable pointers. a, at F.ure Wii. rtnh. Kntorcd ut the I'ost-ofll- rc for transmission through thv iiiuIIh an uiulU'r. Publislifd every Friday morning by C. F. & E. H. RATHBONE. Eureka, Utah, Friday, June 26, 1891. HAPPILY SETTLED. The force of the silver question is pertinently put by the Aspen (Cuuo. Times, when it says: The agitaition in favor of free and unlimited coinage of silver Is swelling with such force and power that the best thought of the eonntrv is lieinc directed to a most earnest consideration of a one tion which overshadows all others of vital concern to the business and industrial interests of the land. Jt is a grand movement along the riole lin whifh uhmilil hnvp lieen in.tilttirated long a go, for the good effects of wie iireseni iigiuuiuii niv uucau. apparent. A close study of the subject must lead all who are not under the influence of Eastern money loauers and Wall street speculators to the one conclusion that a great wrong was perpetrated upon the producing classes of this country when silver was de monetized by the act of 1873, and that nothing short of its repeal should be demanded. Read lLT""("1il Don't. Unless you are Looking for Bargains. Will be observed by a Grand Celebration in TJ Ja p JT his JS J o 2 x JOHN McCHRYSTAL, The AVholesalk and Retail DEALER IN X oh--J o 1 man Grand Parade at After the exaggerated and misleading reports made public relative to the Sports of All Kinds. attitude of the Eureka Miners' Union, Orations, Toasts, &c Desln-- to call your attention ti the.fact that his e it must have been a most pleasant CO SPRING STOCK HAS ARRIVED! to the liullion-Iiec- k officials to Q And that his "assortment is larger and more complete than note the spirit and bearing which heretofore, by all odds. Anions the late arrivals in our Dry O Goods prevaded the olllcers and members of Department may be found elegant O Tiie new railroad to Eureka, in con Grand Ball in the that organization in the conference Evenin?, P0NGESE, nection with the Rio Grande Western. held with them on Wednesday. That O CASSIMERES, PERSIAN MULL, HENRIETTAS, this conference was most satisfactory suggests the idea that the merchants DRESS TURNER LLAMA GOODS, CLOTH, is greatly to be rejoiced at, and that of Lake who Salt at do one of The profitable development City WASH SURAH, present UNSEYS, cc no further misunderslanding will oc- leading industry in a community is the jobbing trade of Tintic, will have BRILUANTINE, CHALLIES, CALICO AND PENELOPES, cur, now that the most serious objec- the cause of lesser ones being started to look closely to their fences if they The Celebration and Ball will be un Q SERGES, FinGINGHAMS tions are removed, is almost certain. up and placed in successful operation wish to retain business against the der the auspices of Eureka s Se BROADCLOTH. est line ever shown in Eureka. The absence of any of the Denver cret anil are the of when latter uivic Societies. that persuasive aggression especially possessed of that spirit of demagogy class w hich is absolutely necessary to drummer. The Colorado men are al Fine Line of Dress trimniinus, Tensils so prevalent in many of the labor the comfort and convenience of the ready in the field, and. with a favora LACE CURTAINS leagues, could not bo otherwise than people. The great mining industry. ble freight rate, will make the Salt FLANNELS, AND SCRIMS OUT DOOR SUITINGS, Plain and favorably commented on by the of- of lintic illustrates the fact verv Lake men rustle. liv En Music the Famous Fancy. RIBBONS, CORD and TASSEL. ficials, and the showing of the books forcibly, the latent resources of the of the Union that $1,200 had been paid country around The first chapters of Julian Haw reka Tirass Rnnl. cnirmnspil n being inquired into JO and Fixtures, New and Tasty. out to members for benevolent pur- and developed as fast as the general thorne's great story, "Imperial Mil Eighteen pieces, in Full Uni " poses since January 30th, was a matter progress will seem to warrant. In lions," appear in this issue of the Mi iorm .." """"7Vrfm7irn"(VY did not that fail to elicit their admi this connection, mention maybe made ner. It is an absorbing story of New and Patterns in Styles, ration. In fact, so well did Bishop of the brick industry, which is now American life and love, and will be of Preston think of the miners that he running at Homansville, where a fine interest to all. The UJ story is conv expressed a desire to become a mem article of brick is made from the clay righted and will not annear elsewhere SEE PROGRAMME ELSEWHERE CC OUR C LOT fl I N G EN ber of the organization, and this re found there, to all appearances at present than in the columns of the equal Is Again we Complete, quest, understand, was complied to imported brick. With the growth Mineu. Be sure and read the open Willi Stylish Suils, from Latest I'attei'DS. The Salt Lake and Deep Creek rail with on condition that the Bishop and permanence of Tintic district asof this thrilling story, way scheme has been laid away in its should take his candle and put in a sured beyond doubt, the time has ar- ing chapters Hals aiid Caps, New Styles and Superb. Q little bed till the robins nest again shift underground with the rest of rived when residences will be erected novo had better get a move on The comniencnicnt of work on CC the the boys, so that he might legitimate for the years to come and Inmber, as a i that steamboat across In we carry a transportation Tintic did come business the Range Railway under the rules and regula building material, to a certain ly extent, the lake if it ever expects to catch any When a railroad is built to Deep and tions of the Union. By request of will be discarded. The fact that Assortment. Large X Elegant good Tintic trade. Payson and Snrinuville Creek it will be via Tintic. The Salt many members of the Union the Mif- - brick can be made at home and at have on the it doubt. pole without Lake AVe have Large Stocks of kk is glad to give the assurance to the reasonable rates, is therefore a matpapers should make a note of it w Bullion-Bec- k directory that theirgood ter of congratulation to the residents CC -- Brincr SPRINGVILLE THE TERMINUS. vour forfeiture ntiiss to wishes and courteous treatment are of Tintic. me omce D ior puDlication. jiiMEH heartily appreciated and reciprocated The editor of the Payson Enterm-isby them, and the wish is that hereAs the August election draws nearer went over to .Springville last week and Sealed Proposals. When you need after the mutual relations of employ- the. question as to who is to represent gives the following items of interest er and employee may always be adhis in this in district the legislature is beini? through paper CC regard to the um mi? iMiiiuni;; ui nouse m.Mam justed in the same fair and amicable ; V.t in k. and it should be a ouestion Tintic railroad: The first sight which moth fSrlutol manner as in t ho present instance, considered, D to interest every citizen of Tintic. As greeted our eyes was a groim of men which is certainly to the benefit of in Miiiniiiotli. The Hoard of this is purely a mining community, on Main street eagerly discussing the the Postofflci) call and see lis. Our stock is Large and reserves tile rijitit to reject any and capital and labor alike. m Everything usually found in a first class groand consequently composed almost question of the Tintic Pvange Railway store, we carry. cery III. Mammoth, I'tali, June lxsil. Clerk i entirely of hard working men. our w.i iuijuuj. rum sir. jt. a. ueal we TINTIC DISTRICT. representative should be a man in elicited thejfollowing important infor Forfeiture Notice. Lowest Prices ! Best Quality of Goods. The future of mining operations in earnest sympathy with them. He mation: i he contract for the line has TV Tllllt..-lM.H,...bl been ...v I'wmim. .twiii !...! to let should be entirely in harmony with the Snrinsrvilln r.rnriimr iit'irbur assigns; .. Tintic district is now well assured, it iHi,ti ,i !( homli v l. i iI I.n,ii , t; lint "J "'mi jK'tHlt'U mu litiHir uii'siiinoi one Muulrt'd ami the claim of "Utah's Greatest every movement for the betterment, Company, composed of the firms of in "iniSV1'''1 HS- ii.sst'ss"u.'nt work upon of their condition nnd Still 'lm hrmi1 leat Bros. & Mendenhall, and JJ. T. (t, r- ,,l,,im Camp" to the proper recognition of iiuhiis. situate in lf a r,;. lint ic Minuitf District, Juah county. Utah the mining world is placed beyond a enough to know the difference be- - Reynolds & Caa""'-rTisiiui far tin v. i;.i.. .i... jfrritorv. jlu: tween doing them gootl and InflKaJriTTck a. m. the Oncouncilor Springs- amount required by law. Vour proportion of city question. Capital is now seeking the on i "iii ci ill m, them a palpable met. and passed an nrdftuanee al- - union nls ', i to Hfi v i I, n ' hi cm hn i ville . i satuu. toKwthcr with the eowts of TWii- - ... . i,i Minek would like ui see a cool, calcu lowing the l.V.&ta.wi. in miu iu nit' vviiiiin i.in, ninety uays ity and confidence that the greater .'in um rA;mrtiiuii oi IlOllOl. your II) lating, conservative man elected, and way Co., $3,000 for their franchise tvrest in each of said claims become for the investment the larger the returns, one H. U.M.IWI...,,.,. nun i,l. lllf who, when knowing the needs of through the main street of the city, fl'itl'fl tl tllM , ... ,..,,..,,., so that there seems to be no reason N'ct ion M Ke vised Statutes pilH of the the district, has the courage to stand the track to be removed within one innsof ii iu:u iMur. i UEOHUE AYLOK why the entire Tintic region, from the to the last for the enact year; and granting them right of way tlrttt pub. May J., '01. up and promising properties in the north to hient oftight with depot laws as will prove a last- - through West street such the embryotic bon Notice of Forfeiture. on said street, :!"Z;1" iQt. pounds ing ben'fltto Tintic and the hard should not be on tnre.snoici or a Th3 To Cit'"'ns Michael Committee Bennett or your heirs, uxsiens Eailway working miners, mine ...... I.J.U1 pioiongeu season or legitimate mining owncrs thereof prospectorsand also made the Eailway Company the Villi .1 Who ....till...!v. ,nai. fiw. sha ......... ft ...... me ,uiuier-......and steady prosperity. AVork on tho ... vii vt nviuitii i.ri F. ...... proposition to buy all right of wav for Klineil In labor anil Improvements Tintic Range Railroad and the report St. Law- the upon Ores sampled in the most, rn refill said from v n:m company ana also expentlctl Springville to the for .LAinr milling "Whatevku may be the Dresent in that lixiviation reduction works will in labor and you Kiel's limits of Fork Citv, the Spanish l.iflu lllinti provided the tentions ...o.i.... ..I..:... Rio of the A)un Grande Western public market if desired. The Avm-kbe erected on a large plan, serve to in.. .!... li....;... in TnilirT....1. : n Springville was made the junction of r ins; lire .iiijtii iu, in most an to I tah to extension regard the Paci In order to hold said improved and modern machinery, and are managed enmity. Territory. spire all with great 'hopes for the fu ii iiuer tne of Section 2.:iM fic coast." says the Denver Xews, "it the Tinticroad. Both of these propo ture H. S., of the Vnited provisions d States. sitions were accepted by the Railway IVII'IImii .if thi. u.i.iit.f ...... ..I.....1 your nrouiorougniy renaoie and competent superintendent. ... - iy The general resumption of work on is very evident that the com nan v nur Your patronacre is resnectfnllv snUrtitl same for tho year MM. and if within ninety and the now road has a deft Company to run pose branches .1 to all possible uft.ii. tin. tl .in iu ...... ... ' the Mammoth will wake things up in 'i i ne service oi notice by puhlicaUon. you fa II or refuse ished by the superintendent at mill, or at main office rooms productive points in Utah, which are nite starting point. A tract of land this mi that section, besides which, there are or anove mentioned amount has been purchased by the Conmanv as can be made tributary to their line in said claims wili 32 and 33 Gladstone Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. your interest numerous rich claims around Silver iM'COinelhe The contract for the Tintic extension. rrom Mr. J. P. Humphrey at a cost of der said Section '.'.ICI.v nf tin. Ui.n..iK... '' City and Diamond adding greatly to $2,500, in the southwestern part of Dated this 1st day of May. 1S!U. GEO. RICE, the output of ore from the south end which leaves the main line at Springtlt'NTKH, to be used as depot grounds the IlKMir illLUKKBHAND, of the district. The big mint's at Eu- vine, fifty miles east of Salt Lake. for town, M. KVAN. road the Tintic reka never looked belter, and are mak- has been let and will add one hundred CO., Mr. Uabcock was next interviewed. miles to its operating system bv the ing shipments that speak louder than and after first of December. Other extensions comfortably .seating us in DENVER & GRANDE words. The Centennial-Eurek- a is re to prominent mining points are either nis office confirmed the abow factt tie to bonded for ported $3,000,000, but ana added that the contract called nothing definite is learned concerning helng constructed, or are in content for the comnlefion of RAILROAD. .. tlm ...... nn.io r-I., in a few years the Rio OFFICE AND STOKE FITTINGS A SPECIALTY. tne deal, although it need not startle plation, and November and 15th, further stated SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD. anyone to hear that both the Mam Grande Western system will be the that If right of wav could be obtninod factor in the carrying moth and Centennial-Eurek- a shall controlling The Favorite Route to this vicinity without delav Plans and specifications furnished for those we build for have been sold to syndicates whose trade of L tun. and aid corresnond through the line would reach in in six Payson the of ingly the natural developing experts have examined the mines and only. Our work guaranteed in all cases. Clciiwood, weeks. Aspen, Lcadvillc, resources or that territory." rejHirted on them favorably. The wav If right of ronbi imt in. i.(..in. Office and shops on Main street, Bullion-Becis making some immense ed through Spanish Fork and opposits McChrystal's I'ufllo, Colorado Springs, Denver, l'ayson shipments these days and will increase .1.1 warehouse, Eureka, Utah. if i ;i LTiiii Triitu on Monday last included 211 tons n i'v u. iiiiu tvniiiii City And all Points East and Smith. the output right along. The Eureka Rullion-llcc20 tons of Centennial- - Springville to Jordan Pass and both Hill is shipping Us usual quota, and of settlements steered cle the Keystone is improvinguU the time, Eureka. and 11 tons of Cleveland ore, TRAINS by this route the road would be much TWO DAILY new ore liodies having been cut into from the Tintic district. Other ship nearer these towns than the U. P. now ments were made to home Rice's the last week. Out in the north end Is. He considered that the neonlo in unu 0 there is a great deal of prospecting, , this section who had so long urged the Elegant Pullman and Tourists Sleep rc hhkhAND hut there are no l,.w,r,:.. t ers on r.acn i rain. necessity of a railroad throutrh here. chronicle during the present week. from such figures, it is safe to sav should treat the II. . Western Com There is a deal of confidence in sion, For full Information mil mi nr nt. ) that Tintic district is producing 3,000 pany nt least as well as thev had tin dress the north end, however, and the ulti W. J. SHOT WELL. & V. C. X. tons of ore per week. The wav the paper and esneciallv road, ."is W. 2nd South. wine outcome is regarded as a cer mines Agent, look at present the output can when that grant (U. X, &. C.) could G. T. SMITH, tainty. A.s.mroriKS. be otr.-he In makinir the repealed, easily be increased to five thousand (ieneral Mgr. Trailic Mgr. tons without any dangerof "iruttiiur." behalf of his company to stand be DEALERS IN RELOCATION. S. K. IIOOPEIl, G. P. and T. A., tween tne cities and anv lii iV:,t i,,., and with the advent of the new rail Ili iivi r, into. A decision of that might ensue on account of It. and Importance to miners road It w ill be done. if necessary give kinds to that effect, und jirosjH-ctorhas been rendered by the supreme court of New Mexico In The Pueblo (Colo.) World remarks 't,lir surveying parties are now in the liio the matter of the validity of the relo- mat in spite of the fact that carUm- - ,K1(1 an ""other will he on hand CiHANHK . IOF ALL KINPS mm. a t l...til ntf .1.... r.i. a within tt n.,. cation of a mining claim. The decis "'v "! - e 'o i"g wane iu "v im. tut tunnel WKSTERN WESTERN wolk 1,1 the Untie mountains has ion says: "A (location of a the Colorado, methodsof leadsmelters mining claim is an Inipli RAILWAY. admission of the (1, not sxlvanco. There is room for in- - l,et'n fi'hlet to I)t nver parties and :ill validity of the original location, and vent ion here. The man w ho discovers work will be Inimediatelv mislind to TJIK lUJOAI) GAUGE LINE an assertion that the relocator claims a process w hereby the great loss on completion. Mr. Halicock has liwufed I'OK ALL PUINTS EAST. a forfeiture hy reason of a failure on sulphides and zmcky ores Is saved. his in Payson during of the pari of theoriginal loratortomake has a fortune. It seems a trifle sin i ne week, as he runs ii..r ti,:o . in.-- , The liatroiis of this line, in ml- Dnnrc up ' tlio ins annual expenditure. In an action gular that smelter metallurgists are most suitable central txiint fnrenrrv. e nf, Metal (lltloll to hl'lllL' L'lVell f lie m to recover possession of n Fly '"n,ntel to goon in the old rut, only ing on nis work. " .. I miniiigclaiin, of II Tit Ortw 01 time and low rafes. (inick arc . Pern ... w nt1. it-..,i in...... Odii inn, romem ion is as to th roaring when the stock of carbonates funii.-tlicarc elegant reclining Rich Centennial-Eurek- a Ore performance of (he required annual is low. J lie necessity for improved The last lot, of ore shinned and set chair cars, Fiikk or Chakce. exists but the in work, it is siitlicient lo instruct the processes , already . Those cars run through Lcad- HanHAn LU Lilt; trillion iiiis inn come. .Anybody can tled for hv flwt font.... ..!..! I.'..... I... ' ,P5npr!rl jury that plaintiff must prove some ..h.t.... Mv.v--i v ",M',,'- - C'liIiU'inlo Sjirinprs title and right to possession of the master old formulas but few invent consist ing of twenty-thre- e is tons, savs by claim by a preponderance of the evi new ones. tne .salt Lake Times of last Kridav, and Denver, without cluinirc, and Fish . Dugi : ..,- ounces in direct connections for nil ooints ... I Hictrir-T- c D returned the value of uDj.B., dence, and that such right must ! ?i i .V , ,. ,, , i on in. - uiin-iinn oiour rark i v UHi.r i v. better than that of defendant. Tin -- ,,..,. ,...i, w cast in made Union niv ii ,u u'mii Depots, percent '"",-' of will .. same fulness and precision of Inst ruc- friends we wish to sav that the f'm,- - i i thus avoiding any transfer. . U will pav K iiersh.iri ...1 tion is not required as in cases where telinial-Liirek- a "uie i;e ireoiieniiv mai c assavs on If you niv conteiii)luliiirr ;l t j dividend next month. Just double th select wl the legal title is involved." samples that would run much to California or usual dividend paid. any point cast, and When Park higher than the control of tlieCenfen- All arc consulting your own interests, filled City can IhuisI of such a mine as tin a postwenty-- l hree ton lot, that )i it respected conteiiiHirary, will travel over (he Centennial-Eurek- a this line. it can lay claim to ii was a you rare very Park City Miner, is still ore thing for a bellyaching being a great camp, and have some of rallies traveling from flic Tin-li- e any considerable size to be received considerably over the prosperity of show of the claim. substantiating country can reach (he Kio of the by any smelters here which Tintic district and the Inducements fi'Hul miners say there is more money would run as high as $.Vx to Grande Western at l'rovo. Ad the limestone belt offers to the ton. capital- in the of Tintic mines than More .1. II. I'.KNNKTT, s than of the ore shii-pe- d dress ists, Us illogical idea Wing that were was everdumps dreamed of in the Park. runs less than KK) to the tun. G. P. A., ISalt Lake ('if v. U. P. stir-pris- 10 A. M. s walking-delegates- tAlUjJlu! DEPA RTH BoOtS and h 2 IkUft-i.-- i ; T Shoes GROCERIES -- i ... 1 (111 II 111 i K' J ohn MeChrystal, . i I i (i-- . vrt-sV.- . . i i i JOHN 111 Ih- McCHRYSTAL, Manager. Rice's Tintic Sampling Works! TINTIC, UTAH. M s i 11 s .T ' PoU I ARTHUR Proprietor. WETHEIiELL II ontractors - 4 Bulders, k i k, ADAMS & SONS CO. FIRLT-CLAL- T "VCm' T, EUREKA NEPHI. anil Hi r Lumber and Building llatcrial s 1 Builders' Hardware, Nails, Etc. We have just received a consignment Wire Srrppn and Frame Aindow Screens, which ana see tnem winuuw. auy ...inn before placing your orders. We wish tn rail fact that our yard far "iicmiUII the closesfand most convenient to the Springs and head-iiuarte- ri . V. I d ... - 1 .... -- either i i lot-o- nine-tenth- i these places by buying of us. bills sible Prices.promptly i. benefit themselves at the Lowest ADA iilS & SOWS C Eureka yard at depot.