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Publlobtd every Friday luornlng by ' NEWMAN H. MIX. " ' Entered at lha i at Eureka, Utah, ft r tra nsmlstion through the malls a secoud oat-offi- els matter. ' ' PRICE OF BUBSCKIPTION.-I- N One year '8lx months Three mouths ' If notpiiia .UNION ' . ADVANCE. 3.00 1 In 75 100 One year, N.Ou; six advance: iogfelhu. K.25; three iuonth3. PACIFIC 11.50. TIME Ar. from Salt Lake Lv. ftir alt Lake Ar. atSalt LiUe Lt. for slivtfrC'ity Ar. from Silver City.. TABLE. ...11:20 a. in. . .. S ;'.i0 p. m. .. 6:10 p. m ...11:40a. 111. ... l:M p.m. Through Coaches to and from Salt Lake wlth- out chance. Shortest Line Mid No. as lot Firne. Western ' Time Table. Rio Grande No. 87. 1 9. , Arrives. a m. p. ra. 8:10 7:45 7: IH 7:05 7:00 a. m. p. in. Eureka 6:55 7:i 74 'S:: Santaquln Payson UokIu'D t:M.. 7: 6:43 Spanlnh Fork 6:33.. .....(Swliinville 8 45 No. 28. Leaves, 8:W S:4Q No. 10. Frovo .Salt Lake 6:20 Leaves 6:00. 1:30 7 R MOT 3:17 b.lS H:.'i 4: 0 A rri ASSESSMENT NOTICE. 4:15 tH 5 46 Northern Spy Silver City and faamnioth closes at 11:20 a. m. Suit I.ato and all other points at 1:50 p. in. Silver ity arrives at 2:'J0o. m. Salt Lake and all o her points at 11:55 a. in. Uenora.1 delivery open from 8 a. in. to 7:30 Monev order and reetstrv window from 8 a. m. to 5 p. in., and frolu (i.M to 7:.i0 p. in. Sunday General delivery from 12:00 a. in. to 1:00 p. in. Jus. P. Dhiscom,. P. M. ' 1 TINTIC FLOAT. Miss Lillian Blackett returned from a Visit to ii)hi last jyVdnesday, and 47 were sent into from the Mammoth mill Wednes- towD 40 day. S. S Markham, the Salt Lake attorney, was in town several days this week. .The Misses May Held and MeCaig, of FariaLogton, are visiting the family of Fred Hayes. A party of serenaders were out last Monday night and gave' some .very sweet music. Dr. G. W. Shores, senior member of Shores & Shores, paid the camp a Hying visit this week. Mrs. Leetham and Miss Ilines were up from Provo the first of the week, "siting friends. Go to the Eureka Drug Store for medicines of any kind. - STERLING :llCy(QLES FOR FJIE MOUXTMXS. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. -:- - We often hear. the remark. ipade? that "tlje '94 bicycles are too light for our roads." (Too ijiany buyers, living: i,nAassec-tio- n GOOD MEALS AT BEDROCK PRICES of the country where the. roads are' not the bsst.fijl into the common error and purchase a heavy wheel wjtvthe ; idea ORDERS A SPECIALTY. that it: is stronger than a lighter one.-iaifind,, too late, that of Fish'and (jame in Season. it is not the QUANTITY in is a wheel, that, gives that I--T. WGRKMNSHJ?. and STRENGTH, but QUALITY ,A 26. 27 pr )o C. HIGH GRADE, pound bicycle, .property constructed, will stand more hard work and service rtjap a. much heavier bicycle of A GRAND CONCERT! cheap, cpnstruction. BEST OF CIGARS AND LIQUORS ' SHORT All-kind- . s al KRUSE, Prop. -- WILL BE GIVEN PROFESSOR BY- - G. W. TU6 STERLING, GLIVE, "BUILT LIKE A WATCH and weighing only 27 pounds, is a wheel that has stood ithe test of mountain roads and, is guaranteed Tor any weight of rider. Every ounce of material and the highest skill pf.c.ycle.h.uilding is used in its coxistruc-tio- n. We guarantee jt for use on THE RENOWNED VIOLINIST. . 3:i8 MAILS. Bars No. 'J A. r.ie. !iy ,The advaeee Alibott tlie',VV.c,rl,"'ivas billing the tovm" Wednesday for itivai pearaneeof the. phenomenon at the hall next Friday "and Saturday, nights, the l."th and 10th. Miss Abbott lias many flattering testimonials from the press of this country and Europe and her performances baffle the wisdom of the wise men. Kenneth Tazemnre had the good fortune to receive a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ;md Diarrhoea Remedy when three members of his family were sick with dysentery. This one small bottle cured theiu all and lie had some left which he pave to Geo. W. B.iker, a prominent merchant of the place, Lewiston, N. C. and it cured him of the same complaint. ,YYhen .troubled with dysentery, colic or cholera morbus, give this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result. The praise that naturally follows its introduction and use has made it very popular. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Eureka Drug fetore. 3:01 9:45 EXCHAN GH SALOON ai(lRlSTflURflNT. ??. tin ric miner. "nn: M MRS. LIZZIE THOMAS EDWARD, MISS MAGQIE Y. AYL0R, MR. J0IIX ROBIN ON, Of The tnlng Compuny. Tabernacle Choir. Looat'on and prlnuivai place of business: of Salt Lake City. Utah Territory. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15th. ;1894. mines and works: Tintli: Mining District, Juab County, Utah Territory. Any person over "0 years of ge will be admitted free of charge. Tickets, Notice Is hereby given that at a niettins of 50 cents,, for sale at the Eureka Drug Store. the Hoard of Trustees of s:ud c.mi;i iy, held an asMs.sinrnt on the 1Kb day of July. (No.3) of twelve and one half 12V,ivnt.s per. share was levied on' the capital stock of the corporation payable immediately to the secretary, at his olliee, McCoi nick & lu's bank, corner First South and Ea.st Temple sywts. Salt Lake City, Ulati Territory. Any sto,-- upin FOREIGN and DOMESTIC FRUITS, NUTS, Etc. on which thi-- , asses iuent shall remain unpaid Dealer on Tuesday the 14th day of August. ls'..0, will for vale at G will he dcliiHiient and advertiM-FRESH Bottar, Cheese and Ergs, public auction; and, unless payment is made CONFECTIONERY CHuCuR.cS, 3rd be will the on , sold of Monday before, day Fish Mj, 0sters A SPECIALTY. fancy September, 1S84, to pay the delinquent assessof ment, together with iie culs' advertising and expenses of sale. FLOUR OF ALL GRADES. By order of the Hoard of Trustees. A. Hanauer. Secretary. TIN and GLASSWARE. Corner First South and East Temple streets. Salt Lake City. July 11th. ls;4. .IMPORTED and DOMESTIC SALAME. I First publication July 13th, 1894. n . ANY ROAD IN UTAH. It is tliefasliioaihese.tinicgitoadvertiseTaces 4, won on different jnskes of bicycles. There ,are no "hired" ridergon Sterlings, nevertheless the Sterling .wheel Jia3 won more prizes than any other mafce of .wheel. It "was a STERLING thatovourte The Eureka Fruit Store, l''HANK .SCAl'PA'PCKA, Prop. A anf A sra4 y f QUARTER MILE OTAH CHAMPIONSHIP.. t The best meals to bo had in the city 7 It at the Vienna Bakery. The best beefsteaks and short or7 lt ders at the Vienna Bakerv. Best meals in town at the Keystone - ' Restaurant. Have your prescriptions filled at the ' Eureka Drug'Store.' To Rknt.- - One house. En quire at Eurek Drug Store. Pipes, Gigars, and SmoRers' Articles. ToDacGOs MAIL ORUERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED Lower Win KUIiEKA, S5tir-cs- t, CJ'I'V 1 I. A Bl-cv- e are JJ. I), MIX, Local fioent, EarekaJ THIS SPACE IS RESERVED. and THE BANKERS, Transact Business. THE AD. WILL APPEAR NEXT WEEK, a General Banking fifiNFORD - -- Denver sEWING PAEORs: H. B. Fargo, Will be in Eureka Regularly, Mini rn "Santa Io Rotate." FE villi:, r and Easi? ijjj ver, M G. second door east of st. Andrew's 1 e i l.li k m f&a Wx "ra M rri -- a 3 v & ' rvt Pants company PiiimoDtn Rogk Are Jon Going MCrlfliiD. Chapel, FIRST CLASS WORK at REASONABLE PRICES, FOR INVENTIONS. Bio Grande . & Fashionable Dressmakers. 8-- VJIOZ ral - BAKERY. VIENNA d 10-t- . EMISESecy. and Treas. LAKE . -- i C. A. Headquarters for Lamps, Bells, Locks, Oil. Clothing, Cement, and Kind. Sen fcr.64-p;iSupplies Catalogue of .Cycle Sundries ' and Sterling Bicycles. L'e,nt.on application. POSITIVE AND RAPID CURE FIXE ope Compan 219 Main Street, Paints, oils, varnishes, .brushes, etc. Ecrkka Duuo Store. For Rheumatism and ail Disorders of the Skin and Blood. Large Private G."E. Forrester, travelling auditor Plunges. If you wish to keep kool during the of the It. G. W., was in town WednesMc ice of hot Noah season, here. your the buy otjlce up checking day SWLVMIXG FOOL DAXCIXG FLOOR. for cent p:r pound, del i v Miss Kate Qourtney, a former teach- Chrystal at the butcher EXCURSION RATES FROM EUREKA EVERY SUNDAY, er in the public schools of this place, er?d. Leave orders -. 52tf. shop. has bcxirculatiug amongst her old C. Ki SQUTJIWORTH, Manager. Frank Scappatura has just complet friends here the past week. ed his soda water apparatus and is Harry Cushing and Jack Wells, two now prepared to furnish the people of T. J. Blue, Cashier. F. W. Blue, Assi. cashier. two railroad fiends, representing the Eureka and surroundings with first D. & It. G. and It. G. W, were in town class Soda and all kinds of GEO. ARTHUR RIGE & GO., a few iiours Tuesday. Summer Drinks. The public inspec f A number of the ladies residing on tion is courteouslv solicited. Church street took the little loits of .Maid, Wife or Widow their families out for a day's vacation never need fear ,t make that enntem this morning. Fresh bread and pastry of all kinds plated trip east if she will trust to the Chicago, Union Pacific & Northwest 7 3t the Vienna Bakery. lt ern Line. Quickest time, fewest Draw Drafts cn all Parts of the United States and Europe. The supreme Court has affirmed the changes, union depots. decision of the lower court in the suit For full information call on or ad Wug.ht by L. W. Bacon against J. II. dress J. D. Stack, COLLECTIONS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. McChrystal. Agent JJ. P. .System. T Eureka, Utah. Tim Sullivan was the proudest man F. 0. Horn. C. B. Markland lu town Monday. Inquiry developed T- the fact that a young Democrat hud that day taken up his residence with The Woiis. Siplisi him. Works, filli South and 4th West. AH persons over 70 pears of age visOffice, Opera House Building. iting Jn Eureka, Mammoth or Silver hetwren the IMh lind 45tU of each Month. Ores carefully sampled and sold at highest ,Cjjy will be given tickets to the choir Bants to $3.50 to $10.75. Suits to order, $14.50 to $45.00. Overcoats order, us Ketiu made on day of sale. concert on the 15th by applying to the market price. solicited. to order, $11 to $.35. Over Three Hundred and Fifty Patterns to select from Address Oonsiguuieuts drug store, where they are for sale. The Conkling Sampling- Works, Domestic, English, Scotch and French Goods. Full Dress Suits in very A concert will foe given In t lie P. (). Box !)42. Salt Lake City. Utah. Latest Cut, $30 to $75. Methodist church next Friday evening by the members of the Sunday School. ic- An excellent program has been ar127 S. STATE STREET, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. ranged for the occasion. & Owing to the absence of a quorum no Fire Department meeting was held Kail way. last night. The chairman requests all members to be present next Thurs- SCENIC L ME WORLD. RIO GRAXDE WESTERX, COLORADO MID-CAXJ- ), Of TH day evening. ATCH1SOX, TOFEKA AXD The only line running two through Pres. Ktillman, Eureka's effliciont Fast Trains SAXTA RAIL If 'A YS. to daily night watchman, has taken a few The Only line which runs Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between day'8 lay off, which he has amply LEA J) is and In the sight9 of earned, Gg'len, Salt Lake City and Chicago wjthout change, and taking ASI'LX, VUEBLO, Zion this week. COLORADO SriVGS, Pullman Palace Keclinincr Chair Cars bc-tween Ogden, Salt Lake City, Ice Cream every day at the Vienna DEXVFAi. 7 Ba'";'y:' Denver and Chicago. it Effective April Itth, 1801. THE SHORT LINE The Neplii Courier has changed . Train No. 2 leavcs'Ogden 7:00 a. m.. hands, C. If. Goddard, the erstwhile Salt Lake 8:05 a. SUPERB SCENERY m., arrive at Pueblo ooruoasuc faoer pilsner, Having given f a. m., Colorado Springs 7:51 a. m., EQUIPMENT UNSURPASSED way to a gentleman who it is hoped Denver J0:.l0 a. m. will be more dscent. Train No. 4 leaves Ogden 7:20 p. m.. i Salt Lcke H:25 p. ni., arrive at Pueblo The horses, wagon and harness that t:25 8:00 p. m., p. m.. Colorado If so. hj sure and secure vour tickets ovpr the have been used in hauling ore from Denver Ki:.H) p. m. Springs x& Cotmect ions made it Pueblo. Colothe Cop to the road will be sold at pub"SANTA FE ROUTE," lic sale at Mammoth next Tuesday, to rado Springs and Denver wit hail lines east. Chair Day Coaches, Kleg.int, Grandest and Greatest Railroad on Earth. satisfy claims held against C. W. Al- - Cars and Pullman Sleepers (in all draeli. trains. Takethe D. & B, (J. and have i. a comfortable enjoy the tinot Lcuvi' Oglfti or Hall Lake on the eveninir train in order to Cavt. T. C. Ilanford, and son Carter, scenery on the tripand continent. ha'e'lieea have been engaged several A. S. HUGH ICS, S. K. HOOPER, eoe the nio.-- t beautiful scenery in America. G. P. & T. A. days this' week in surveying lots on Trafllc Mgr. Train leaves Rio C ramie Western Depot. Eureka . af 1.30 p. ni. Church rtrett, to which deeds will be I t? t x COk. La-. ven low that the patent on the t 13 IC B. F. NEVIS, (Jeneral Agent, be-m 'fftnoe has Divily Building, irued. Lake City, Utah. Salt Asftit Biissenjirr Department .... ... i;.u.-' LT L AKE CITY I'TA It Ice-col- Sail Lake O. GROSIIELL, Prest. CASJJLLA .SPRINGS, Utairs famous Mountain Resort. The U'atrj'S of these Springs WHY DQNT YOU HIDE A WINNER? TT, i 1 Equal vrith the Interest of those having cllm atrlnt the government la iosc iuithe incompetency peneni oi vpiuaDie invention because i.nc.uuno,prwuuuiien of Inattention ofips the "attorney employed q obtain their patents. Tpq much care cannot he exerpised in emplpying competent and relit able aolicitors to procure patents, for the value of a patent depends greatly, il not entirely, upon the care and skill of the attorney. view With the of protecting inventors fteq worthless or careless attorneys, and of seeing that inventions are well protected we by valid retained counsel expert in patent practice, an.d therefore are patents, to hay prepared Obtaiq Jalentm in the United Stptea 0f all Foreign Countries, Conduot Interferenoea, Make Special Examinations, Prosecute Rejected Cnsem, Hegistom and Copyrights, Render Opinion mm to Scope and Validity of Fatenta, Proamoufe anf Defend Infringement Suits, F,to.t Jito. Trade-Mark- m If you have an Invention on hand send a sketch or photwaph thereof, tr gether with a brief description of the important features, and you will be al once advised as to (he best course ta pursue. Models are eeldpm necesMry. 1 ,u,,i.iK1MS vii ,uut riguis, or it you are cnargeci witn infringement rtj ,,ui.,...l others, submit the uitter to ua for a reliable QFINIO- - before actim? on th matter. THE PRESS CLAirtS COHPANY, 618 F STREET. NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. P.O. Box 385.. JOHN WEDDCRaURM, Managing Attorney. M a Connioy mintgct by mmblnntloti of the lar-- st i most lnDucalUl Brmf. in the I'tiitcd Statm, for the epre fmrBot cf protetlnK thatr subMrlti ?iti(.t un.cmpulonsand Incomprtf nt Pt nt Ajenti, od rvh priatlBf tht uKm, tiwmei-- t TOoch.t for thf re.poti'ibllity nt$ hish lUnrllo of th- -. PrJ Clil p.ptn J.pr Ccpoy.