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VOL. IV. EUREKA, :: fROFESSIONAL Q F.LOOFBOUEOW WILLIAM KAHN & Counsellors at Law. AttorEcrs OFFICE-Rooms- CARDS. 71,72, 73 70, Commercial Bl'k. - SALT LAKE CITY, , UTAH. "IKE. (Bee In New t M. ni 0. Uw AtteniEj at Court s. Commission!!. - House, Eureka. TUACKSTON, Attorney t-Law, at Coloa Drug Store Office - EUREKA, -- UTAH. . A. ROBERTSON. J Bennett. Marshall & Bradley. With MINING LAW A SPECIALTY. 163 S. Main St.. Bait Lake City. JOAH W. McCHRYSTAL, umce in untie Mercantile to.n store. Notary I ' u 13 1 1 o. and Counsellor-at-LaPractice in all Courts. -- Attorney w. "Will OFFICE: 1st door north of Eureka Undertaking establishment, Eureka, Utah. BAILEY. C. T. Attorney -a- t-Law, TateaU and Land Office Business a Specialty i Salt LakrOitt. Utah. HODGINS & YOUNG, SEUEUT TAMES Work Guaranteed. All UTAH. tLHK A. Ji-- UNDERTAKING EUREKA CO., JAMES EUSTICE, MGR. IH 1 1 HKH K EUREKA. UTAH. Markland C. B. F. 0. Horn. f Tis CoMi Snjlifli oris. "Works, 8th South and 4th West. Office, Opera House Building. Ores carefully sampled and eold at highest narVet price. Returns made on day of sale. Consignments solicited. Address The Conkling Sampling- Works, 1. O. Box 942. Salt Lake City. Utah. - "ROUSE &0RGATcmNYT Dealers in , - FresH and Cured Meats 11TC VII IIAIIU ct. Per Pound 1- -2 , .. IVI HUM nunarea several lonsoi Pure, Clear lee. at Delivered address by leaving or- Fresh fish every Thursday. rteaientaaell i it t. orll'JO, ours attoo i, r.fresu. We a11 f ror note' , for rCore nun at H wooii-rlsi- fcieieei. UatylcstUtofej. lami i.aaguntiitH luic lOi., time sa any So $55 ACME ROADSTER enta Uaarmusd name ACSIE ROAD RACER, WOOD-RIM- S, . sell (or tl to IKE 25fos.OOn tt1n;.rollperfettfeetlln.'mn'1nrfctnavnia for (,ginti! ninolilnp V'rit'sn mirnUT with evsry an titpyol fatinrft tlina our wOUl , - a1)iilnisnt. 136. Konr tlirr a," li5S through i(fntynn fe"' 7 . price for rrineb to mi loll hlevrtsi quallt? thrnvfi' i st'ont v.jt sn'.l lwl"ra aa H dora to nmkff thrm. sod I'roiiomy iii'e,t the bMf war snO firsrtcnce ... bnr from tia itirnrl at whnlerale tirtas .Illuatrt toJ f At!ieBe frae. whlsl jrore It en 1'' mmmv fM 1 ,.r.. ' AcnurCycIa Company, - n.vvj.vx, A CRANIO SUCCESS. 6, 1894. II. at 9:43 and from breast of the committee, and his ap- vmc'c the BtuDbora Jonn. sing tw cua, used to declare ia after that hour until daylight the floor pointment as one of the judges of the auJ hethatoften never he Ban g bo well ia h?s days was kept warm by the merry patter of races was made only to cast oil on the life as when he was hanging there, a hunwas march was called pronounced troubled waters, and not as a panacea supple feet. The ball the social event of the season, and for Mr. Wilson's lacerated feelings. An Eiofllent Programme Carrletl was the His statement to the committee closing scene of a most pleasOut It was an Ideal Day. was that he discovered that the purse ant events. day's ' Wednesday morning dawned bright of $95 which was under his control, NOTES. and fair, on auspicious omen of the was' inadequate to elect to elect Ids day. Old Sol was indulgent, however, The hose cart elicted many express- candidate, Miss Tompkins, and it apand did hot cast the full force of his ions of admiration by its tasteful decpeared to him as though the money rays at any time, and it was, all in all. oration. It was the work of Geo. would have been thrown away to have a perfect day for an outdoor gather- Hanson, who showed himself an art- voted It. ing. ist. Some of the money was subsequentThe day was ushered in by the sawithdrawn and pa d to the commitly no were decorations There prettier lute which was fired promptly at 5 tee, where it was intended to go when Eureka the than those by displayed o'clock, the echoes of which rolled donated toward the Goddess of LibFrnit Store. A mass of flags and amongst the hill like distant thunder. ballot. were artistically draped erty Long before the hour appointed for bunting Despite t he efforts of Mr. Wilson to around a portrait of Washington. the procession to form, happy faces impoverish the finance committee, could be seen hurrying and skurrying Capt. Deprezin was ubiquitous and the celebration was a success in every around in various parts of the town to his efforts, more than to any other respect. The man who aspires to the with glad anticipation, and the streets single individual, is due the success of nomination for sheriff on the Demowere thronged with those who were the day. cratic ticket has let slip his robes and to take part and those who wanted to It was unanimously pronounced the exposed the cloven hoof. witness the formation of the line. most successful celebration Eureka Shortly after 10 o'clock the procession has ever had. The tariff bill, with its myriad of began to move. and income feature, made amendments, band Salem good music, The color bearer, supported by two The was swallowed at a gulp, recieving a fied aptheir countrj members of the Fire Department in notwithstanding or five votes in the Senate. full uniform, and followed by the Eu- pearance. They started in with their majority. wiil doubtless It be in shape for his off as soon as music the train got they reka band, also in uniform, led the alfix his signature to Majesty at August and late it until up night. kept Following these came procession. within the next two weeks and then the marshal of the day and aides. There were no disturbances on the the sweet thing will be ready for opNext came the car of State, with the ground to mar the program. Every erations. With its coming into force Goddess of Liberty, supported by body seemed to be on their good become to that happy time which ought young girls, each representing one of havior. our friends, the enemy, told us would the sisterhood of States. The car was Eureka's own band is an organiza- be at hand when they should have a beautifully decorated, and with its tion of which the town may well be chance of repealing the "robber tar- load of happy smiling, faces, was made good music and proud. They a pretty sight. The Goddess, Sadie formed a creditable part of the Mc Chrystel, was handsomely attired W. II. Nelson, who is in the drug in a flowing robe of white satin and business in Kingsville, Mo., has so made a handsome appearance. COUNCIL, CULLIXGS. much confidence in Chamberlain's ColThe Fire Department, with the Ketut dy that Cholera of and Diarn.uea An the ic, uneventful session City hose cart tastefully and profusely deche held warrants was and offers to last buttle Council every monday night. orated with the National colors, was refund to and customer busitiess of who The the money any reading regular drawn along by the stalwart fellows is not sati.-fleMr. was first taken it. accounts afur up, using refering of who are members the depart ment, BaL. no W. Nelson in one from risk takes doing this beall being in uniform, and helped to and all bill, except cause is a MixKit con one euro for from for and certain Tna $5.00 the remedy support the car of State. s .s the which for were allowed. it for dise; $21.50, isjntended Following them came the school of the committee on and he knows it. It is for sale by the In behalf which banners upon children, bearing were inscribed, "We are Utah's best streets Bowea asked further time to Eureka Drug Store. make a written report on the work crop," "We are the future voters of Granted. done by the surveyor. The big strike sems to be gatheriAmerica" and "We represent the perfire Vvere not. on The committee ng force with each succeeding day petuation of the greatest republic on earth." The members of the city gov- ready to make a report on fire extin- and the indications are that a comof all the railroad lines plete tie-uernment, the Salem band and citizens guishers until they received price-lis- t on the will soon apparatus. be made. Such wilt sureiy and order in this brought up the rear asked on The committee case be sprinkling if the engineers consent the a to marched where the grounds, they for further time in which to report. and to out accommothat body seems only to of go shady bowery, capable In to a new house for the be awaiting a favorable opportunity reference had of a number people, dating quite hose cart and ladders, the comuikoee for been built. quitting their posts. The sympaThe assemblage was called to order reported that tne carpenter shop thy of the community at large is with owned by James Eustice could be pur- the strikers and the hope freely exby the marshal, who introduced the chased for $250 and recommended its pressed that they may be succ ssful in Mayor as the president of the day, The committee was in- carrying tiu ir point. who, in a few well chosen remarks; purchase. secure to structed the best terms poscongratulated the people upon the session. sible and next report anIf the strike cont nues nrich longer, apparent success of the day and to no supplies are brought iu, t tot and The committe appointed special nounced the remainder of the prosecure a site for a new cemetery re- of people in this camp can go fishing. gram. The choir, under the direction of ported that the ground had been sereSANG FOR HiS LIFE. Prof. Evan Arthur, rendered Ameri- lected and was open for entry and to instruct the city attorney ca's national anthems very nicely and quested the Council how to secure a title. The Disagreeable Alternative Frrderlolt were heartily applauded. AtiKUittna Presented to Musician AbtU. Uowen moved that a small tract be d That document, the John Abell, a celebrated singer and Declaration of Independence, the fenced and cleared, a building erected musician who lived in the reign of and the land surveyed No action was Charles II, hud a very great notion of signing of which caused so much prion the motion, and after con- himself and would not perforin nnless taken vation and bloodshed to our forefathof Clark, he pla9 d. There is a f tinny story told ers, was read clearly and distinctly, and firming the appointment on of how he was once made toning against as Adams and Hatfield committee with full force and effect, by Frof. his will. Counin the fire limit, the buildings Stott. While traveling abroad for pleasure cil adjourned. The orator of the day, Judge Pike, he came into the town of W areaw. News was in a particularly happy mood, was brought to the of the famous Hnd delivered an oration full of good A horse kicked II. S. Shafer of the English singer's arrival, and Frederick points, receiving hearty and frequent Freemyer House, Middleburg, N: Y., Augustus, the king of Poland, immedion the knee, which laid him up in bed ately sent word that he desired Abell to applause from the audience. In the afternoon, the races were an- and caused the knee joint to become appear before him. "Tell his majesty,'' replied John curtnounced and nearly all adjourned to stiff. A friend recommended him to ly, "that it Buits me not." the track north of the R. G, W. tracks. use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which Back went the court messenger with a In the 300 yard dash, only two entries he did and in two days was able to be wry face. He knew his master's temper were made and the race was won by around. Mr. Shafer has recommended too well. "Tell Master Abel," thundered th Gus Henriod's sorrel mare, by three it to many others and says it is excel"that I will have him conie! And king, 200 dash The had four yard lent for any kind of a bruise or sprain. lengths. ent ries and was more closely contested This same remedy is also famous for take you, boy, three stout fellows with yon." being won by Jim Morgan's roan pony. its cure of rheumatism. For sale by The messenger and the three etout felThe foot race, 100 yards, was the tne Eureka Drug Store. lows between them managed to carry next event and was run near the bowout. the royal wih and presently marchery, Will Atkin proving himseif the The action of the of the ed triumphantly up to the palace with fleetest footed of those who contested. Fourth of July General Committee, in their unwilling captive. The king was awaiting them in the The tug of war was contested by a refusing to vote money placed und;:r hall, where he had seated himself grer.t team from the Blue Rock and a team his control for tliat purpose, is withi:i a balcony that ran all round the sides. from the other mines, the former de- out parallel in the history of the hisAbove him an immense chair hung from ' veloping the more strength. The ball tory of the camp, and the most prom- the roof by rope. game was the next attraction, but the inent citizens loudly denounced the "Now, then, into thechair and np with home team fell an easy victim to the action as dishonest and fraudulent. him," cried Frederick Augustus, with a Mammoth boys, being defeated by a The worst enemies of Mr. Wilson chuckle. "We'll soon see if our song score of 12 to 9. The sack and other would scarcely have thought him ca- bird won't siug in his cage. Up witn boys' races closed the sports of the pable of stooping to such contempt-abl- e him, mr merry men all!" And up in the air swung AWd, who means to deprive the committee still day and the crowd wended its way refused to opr-- his mouth. When he merrily back to town to prepare for of moueys donated to make the cele- gave a glance downward, however, he the ball at night. The bicycle race bration a suerr-sHand his chagrin at thangod his ruind. Into the hall leneth did not come oil, no contestants ap- the refusal of many of the donors to hi'.u a numbtr of wiid bears had been have their money refunded, can be turned loone. pearing for the honors The sight t hat greeted the eys of belto r imagined than described. "Sing, birrahr' the king shontM, "or those who at tended the dance was a The request of the committee for down you go to play with my brown very pretty one, a profusion of gn t n, his resignation as chairman, was but Oro look at theso "brown babies," flags and bunting having been ar- - a mengro gratifira'ion of the latent b&low in a very growiing and i dred feet hvh above the fierce blasts. New York Journal. In't Try to C heat Lawyer. A young lawyer, just htartiij&r in hia profession, hung out his bigu iu a town where there was only one other lawyer, an aged judge. fellow, thinking: to get legal advice for nothing, called upon the young man and contrived iu a tort ot some legal quesneighborly way to tions answered. Then, thanking tL young man, he was about to leave, when the young man asked for a f 3 fee. TU old fellow went into a violent pa.siui and swore he never would pay. Ths young lawyer told him he would sue him. So the old fellow went down to seethe judge and said: 'That young tcamp that's juet coins into town! I dropped in to make a neighborly call on him, and he charges we $j for legal advice." "Served yuu right," said the judjri. "But have I got to pay it, judge'r" "Of course you have." "Well, then," said the men, "I suppose I must," and he started off. "Hold on," said me jutle, "aren't you going to pay nitf" "Pay you? What for?" "For legal advice." '.'What do you charger "Ten dollars." The roHult was that the old Mlow had to pay $5 to the young lawyer and i0 to the old one. Toronto Globe. A close fisted old gt The Oalliry Ooda' Applause. Lawrence Barrett once told me of a conversation he had with Edwin Booth, The latter had been congratulated upon an ovation given hiiu by a crowded butme on the opening nightof an engagement. "The eweeteht inusic touiy ear," said the great tragedian, "is the shouting of the boys iu the gallery. I know thr-are not applauding because I have a reputation or because they wish to make a display. They simply give vent to their natural enthusiasm. When they shout, I know that I Hin Riving a good As for the parquet, it performance. may clap its hands out of politeness. A dramatic critic v.'ho1 had certain notions as to how a line should be read will applaud if I read it his way; otherwise he will remain quiet. I can never jinalyze the applanse of the front rows, but the gallery is sincere in its likes or diaiikes." Chicago Record. Disappoint Ina;. She was a very cultured and fashionable young lady, albeit she was only 9 years old. and she was a resident of liew York. A gentleman calling on her parents had an opportunity to have a brie f e with her. "I presume," he said, "that, whn yoxk grow up you will marry, as all little gins dor" No." she replied languidly. "No, I hardly think I shall." "indeed! That will be so disappointtete-a-tet- ing." "Possibly It may be to mamma and to the youug gentleman, but riot to me. I fancy," and she lolled hack in her chuir quite tired to death, don't you know. Detroit Free Press- - time-honore- pa-lac- ders at Meatllarket, Main Street. TTo THE CELEBRATION PATRIOTIC. UTAH, FRIDAY, JULY p Caskets. and. WEBE CDUNTY, " FULL LINE OF Cois WE JUAB A Little Learning. We have been often told that "a Yi'.V.d lenrnhig is anangeroun thing," and we may be just as well assured that a little bread is not the safest of all things. It would be far better to have pleuty of both, but the sophism of those who nse this argument is that they represent the choice between little and much, whereas our election must be made between little and none at all. If the choice is to he made ltweeu a small portion of information or of food and absolute igno ranca or starvation, common Bense gives i;s decision in the homely proverb, "Half a loaf is better than no bread." New York Ledger. The Oldest Dressmaker's Hill. Most likely the oldest dressmaker's bill in the world has been discovered on a Chaldean tablet, dating 2800 B. C. It has an entry of "92 pure vestments for the priests." Among the items are "10 white robes of the temple, eight robes of the house of his lady, 10 collars cf the house of his lady, 10 pair of gold col- lars, two white robes and four Rented r'".bes." Also "two winders," probably scarfd for binding about the waist. Philadelphia Lodger. It Depend. "Papa," said Johnny, who has recently joined a debating society, "is it to say 'The noe has it,' or 'The poes cor-ro- ot have it?'" "It, depends, mj eon, on whether yon are talking about a vote or about a cold In the head." Loudon Punch. -- , ha-lies- indigiiijB riiicii biuiubcrul ia the uttatylifce nacr, vaeuii.ci.ut toccc- - Fxcnsahle. Cnstomfr Waiter, this bullock's heart is very badly cooked. Waiter Well, sir, the fact is, tho eook's buen crossed in love, and whenever he has anything to do with a 'tart it so nrjets him that he dowa'tiTi cf. London ilillica- 'o.t L.V.