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THE RECORD. JOBORIS;Ti;i; THE PARE MINING RECG jTJBLlSHEQ EVERT 8ATURDAY EYFNG, In Paxk Citv, Sim kit Co., Utah. " IEBX3: fcaa CfV t " year,. ..i, Copy mti amoUia, ,.. 9 Opjpj tiara muotfaj, PARK CITY, SUMMIT VOL. I. IIXIAM A HODGES, ASSAYER, 578. SALT LAKE CITV. Steamer Collision Between York end Stonington. A VALUATION OF k MINERALS Ikteimined by la American Schooner Fired - Kew Upon by Ontabio Mill, Five hundred of Sitting; Bull's band surrendered at Fort Keogh on the 15th. They were in a starving: condition and D. DI8BROW, M. D. rnore are expected to surrender in a JRNE9T few days, - Tbe President has TOiocd the U. S. rHTSICIAS n4 SVRGE05, i MIL Marshal's UTAH irAK CITT, Senator lUaine will Astump Maine' in It1.1 i. i t Cili left at Beers' Drug Store promptly me interest-ojames-..- . ijtarneto, wn latter irfjOffi AugSSlPTsr'and tHriierg in the autumn will make campaign LFRED D. WHEELER, speeches in Ohio. In the West Indies American silver 1A5D JGET ASD ATTOKXEY, is now at a premium of 7 and 8 per cent Salt Lake, City Utah. and is ottering better investments for remittances than drafts. Uic V. S. Land Office. South of fir Dr The Turks still hold the town and fortress of Scuari. Osraan Pasha emH. LEWIS, phatically denies having encouraged the ATTORXEY-AT-LAinsurrection, Teleprrams hate been received at the foreign office fron British representaSalt Lake City, tives 0. Box 45.5, at Buenos Ayres and Montevideo, that the ports of Buenos Avres stating woods, yyand Luscrada are closed, and mails are not allowed to land. The British squad-ro- a ATT0K5EY-AT-LAon the river Platte is about to problock east of the bffioa M Sent ttreot, ceed to Buenos Ayres, s here war is Post Ottlos, S.u.t Lake City, Utah. imminent. A telegram from Montevideo, dated June 14th, says rumors are current that skirmishing has commenJ.-- U STREET. T. I. SNTDEIt, fJaMfui Attention sna Immodiate returns on samples sent from a distance. ..... appi-opitiiii- - L s. one-ha- lf ced. A duel with swords took splice TREET & SNTDERj on Saturday on the Spanish frontier tween La Noure, New Bonapartist member for Itibrac, and his opponent jyCoUocUon. made and returns promptly made. at the election, Achille Simon, Republican. The former was wounded. rBNotary rablio in office. The independent Republicans of New UTAH. PARK CITY, York city bltve endorsed the Republican nominations at Chicago. J. GBEENWALD, A cyclone in l'ittsfield, New Hampshire, destroyed property on the 14th, and Public Conveyancer, Notary to the value of $100,000. A newspaper train vas run from Haiti Street, Park City, Jersey City to Philadelphia on the a distance of ninety miles in 93 minutes, X. BARNES, makingr four stoppages. Takiiipr out the time for stops, the average run was BROKER over one mile a minute and is the fastMenoy to loan on Diamonds, Watohos k Jewelry est on ocord. f Baflroad tickets bought and sold. Gold drat bought A snow storm Tisited Jliniiesota on . Mmtm strvet. (3 diwia above Salt Lake House,) and the weather was cold and Salt Lake City, L'tah. the 14th.Much damp. damage was done to crops and fruit. CHAPMAN &WHYTOOK, Senator Edmunds expressed himself Chapman, Successors to Crawford well pleased with the nomination of Garfield, sayinjj it is as excellent a one be- Attorneys aud Counselors at Lavtv JX DENTISTS! TI1 fcrGt . City, Utah. AU Den- PoioAce. Bait -- r. r-- V opt. Antiwtica adituuiatared ouaruulowl. ' as could possible . fee, rmjruj. .. , .r . 4W4OTrtpmiaentxel&Srapus that Col. Gordon says h& goes to Chma desirod. to persuade the Chinese against war with Russia, and that he goes on the A. B. DTJNFORD, invitation of a Chinese dignitary. The Amgrican schooner Eunice P. Dentist, Newcomb arrived in Boston on Monday f Office, Main St., opp. Salt ttie Couee from Port Irtonio, and reports that on Salt Lake City, May 30th, syhen twelve mi'es off the P. O. Box oil, Cuban coast, she was fired upon A. T- BAILEY by a Spanish frigate, which fired JOHN H""8?!) two shots. The schooner hoisted the (Suco-w- or LAND AGENT. American flag and hove to, when an Firtt door mHh of White House, Sail officer boarded her and searched for Wa.vshi - Lake City. arms. for Mineral Patents. The Russian government has decided MAKES application Timber, GulHomestead, to to hold an elaborate exhibition of ivort Land and l'wision papers. andWilto a save jrimand enclose stamps for information, next autum, at St. Petersburg. trip to the .citv. Mi oorrwjiyuuoutfl for display will be receivBox, Photographs VAtolDee jiuj. promptly, ed up to the time exhibition commences. Inventors of photographic appliances WILLIAM BKSDEMEYEB, will be invited to send their latest MINING AND CIVIL EMilSEEU. inventions. VtUttd States Mhicrat Surveyor or l'tah One of the Astors refused to answer and X'loho, the questions of the census enumerator "Geological examinalioiA, tr ports op mining pro cauala, and as to the ages of the female members of Jwrties, surveys mines, railreads &v4 same. I'reparca his family. He was reported to the superintends tho working of the muiua. and working for and opening plans estimates Census Supervisor who has ordered the xport on mining questioua before the cwtrls. bringing of a suit for the penalty preExeelsior Silver Mining C'k, of Utah, scribed by the act. The census enumeration has been so Utah Con. Silver Mining Co., of Utah, Vm. Breukmkvkk, Manager. nearly completed in Philedelphia that it is safe to estimate its population at OFFICE: Second South Sireot, between Main and over 900.000. fcjrst East bU., Salt Lake Oily. P. O. liox- - UBl. In the House on Monday a bill to enforce the eight hour law was passed, by a vote of 100 to 50. Tiie Indians in New Mexico continue COMPANY. TELEGRAPH to harrass the United States koops and commit their depredations with as much Office in Telson'e building, Main street. impudence as though the soldiers were General Telegraph 1,000 miles away from them. Business. Saturday morning acollision occured between two steamers plying between offiLocal and West. Connecting lines East New York and Stonington the Narra-ganse- tt ces lit Wanship and Coalville. -. photo-grapli- s, t " Park and Echo Transact a PAILY QUOTATIONS Stock Boards fit Sod Francisco and New York bulletined every aftsrvrom. E. W- - hoart-rendin- BOUTELLE, Manager. Walker Brothers. Salt VraOLESAtS City. aud kktail dealers IX DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. JENTS FURNISHINGS, CARPETS, HATS. BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, raovisioxsj'OBAcco a cigars AOZNTS California & TOlt Oriental Powdof, .Straws' RivitdPBck Ck'hlng, llarysville, CaL Flannel Underwear, ic, Etc, Etc, TV- - and the Stonington resulting in the destruction of the former vessel and the loss of several lives. Tho scenes in this disaster ave. described as Mothers perishing in the water with their babes folded to their breasts, and men, women and children sinking into watery graves, assistance being denied to many of them. The total number of lives lost has not been ascertained as no names were registered. Immediately after the collision the gas tank exploded and the sterner caught fire and burned to the water's edge. It is presumed some lives were lost in the fire. j. Call. A meeting of the Central Committee of Park City is hereby called for ThursW. I. day evening, June Syn dor's office. Business of importance is to be transacted ana every memoer is requested to bo present at 8 clock J. G. V atson, Chairma sharp. 2ith,at Wall pa? Orders for wall paper left with Lawrence & Shields, will be filled promptly and at Salt Lake prices, freight only added. Samples can be seen at tho store. This will be found a great convenience for our citizens, as heretofore had to be sent to Salt Lake, and generally the choice of patterns was Jolt with dealers. p, June NOTICES. SUITES Lati Orricp, City Utah, Muy 'si, is fcsif'jy given that Edward X Ferry, nrln e immotlire address U Park City. Summit. 'o., Uuh Territory bus made suplicutin" f r t'nited fctstes pat. lit for tho baby mil i.,r claim, situate in Uintah Mining DfctrVt, juaiiuit Co, Utah Territory, of thirl luree linear feet of the coiiuliiig kide, aiid surface i;rund aw ftt--t wide, being lot No. r2i and Jcnctibed iu tho Held notes and dot of the "fti.iM surrey oh tile in this ollicc, with nuS"eUc; variation ut 1? deg 20 mill foli.'WjJUommeneiiijf st the discovery of the iji3ihiiee oa centre line niin w 8 fee to a point of the elaimsfyicw-ijji- i in the centre of the c5tcrn cud line of the t feet claim, thence 14 dc 5 niin e to post No. 1 thence ft) de 45 min Si feet 207-t13 45 w "2, Xo. n min to post tin nco deg feet to post No. i the'ccs 00 deg 45 min 33 e. a 13 e fort to post ?i l . 4 i deg 45 tniu bwrVn-in- g 207.6 feet t lift N' JV1" T R" Containing U.b)16 of to:T bu: acres, including thoTe4 . claimed iu conflict with the lfc mocriMiuiujf claim lot rij containing O.IW acreTT ftuic poet So. 4 the United States Mineral Jfcouuiiicnt No. 4 bears The said notideg7 in,4Sl,S5 ofiv distant. mining claim being renfrd iir the otilce nfIt the Recorder of paid tuiniirs; district at Par City iu Summit Co, Ur!i. The nearest known locations being the Boss on the w Sampson on the e auitlteiiiorat on n e and s ' w. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Uuby mining claim, are required to tile their, adverse claims there4-- , with the Register Suites Land Ollice at of the United Salt Lake Oitv, Utah, within the sixty days herobf ubllcatioh of or they will be p period f the provisions and bawed by virtuw statutes of the United 8tates la euch cases made and provided. 1 direct that this notice be pu'.ilished in the Pa.uk Mini.nu Rucourt, at Pijrk City, Utah, the newspaper published nearest the said mining claim for .the period of sivt v davs. B. NElI.,"llegister. UsnR! 1). Sai.t4ki "OTICE V. 103.8-lot- p. J). 1S-- application fob, Patent Xotiee Xo.Gfl. Unitek Sxitiss Land Offigk, Salt Lake I IbSO. Citv, IfrAii, May OTICE is hcrebj-iiiv- en that Kdivard P. Ferry, whose postollice address is Park Utah Summit City, Territory has County, ninde application for a United States patent for the tub. mining claim, situate in lilue Ledgo Mining lUstrk't, Wusateb Co., Utuh Territory .consisting dl l,S481inear feet of the lodeaud surface gro'iiid iW feet wide, being lot No. CS and dcscriieV in the Held notes and plat of the oilicial survey on iile in this ollice, with mnguetie variation at 10 deg cO min e as follows: Commencing st a poet the initial point of the discovery of the claim thence n 75 deg c bO feet to a point in the centre 01 me eastern enu line, luenccs wacg e 101.52 feet to post Nil. 1 thence s 75 deg w 1,:4S feet to post No. J, thence u a.5 deg w '203.05 feet to post No. H, thence a 75 deg e 1,848 feet to post No. 4" thence s "25 deg e 20S.05 feet to post No. 1 tin? beginuing 01 surface bounds, containing b.t'iW acres including the conflict with tho Wliitf: Pine Uold and Silver Mining claim lot No. 1C5 containing 0.7o'J acfes From post No. the United States Mineral Monument No. 3 bears n 79 deg 40 min e 518.-2feet distant, The said mining claim being 0 record in the otlice of the Recorder of said niiuiug district at Session's in Wasatch County, Uti.i. ?he nenrest known lecalitws i4iatjr U10 aJtiaWjt GU'thc w,.Tiite Pine on the c and Hay-Citon the u. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Utah mining claim, are required to file their adverse claims thereto ith the Register of the. U. S. Land Ollice, at Salt Lake City, Utah, within the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will Je burred by virtue of the provisions and statutes of the united States iu such cajes made and provided. I direct that this notice be published" in th ParkMininu RecoiidIic newspaper published nearest the said mining claim, fur the J NO. B. NEIL, period of gixtydays. I4, 1380. Personal Mention. The bewitching countenance of our friecd J. P. Doolan is again soea in Park v' City, Marshal Shaughne-iswas in town this Week looking after his miniag interests. Trofessor Benner. of the Salt Lake Academy spent several days in the Park this week. 1 : Eirrn and paper axnjra APPLICATION FOB PATENT. Xotlce If- -. C.T.T. tTxiTun States Land Office, made application for a United Stctes patent for the Hoss mining claim, situate In Uintah Mining District, Summit Co.. Utah Territory, consisting of 1,500 linear feet of the lode, and surface ground 2O0 feet wide, being lot No. Via, and duscribtd in the field notes and office plat of tho official survey on 17file in this dc(c 20 min e with magnetic variation at as follows: Commencing at the discovery of the claim, thence 11 l:ideg 45 min w llCi.S feet to post No. 1, thence 8 la deg 45 mill e 207.6 feet to post No. thence s 00 deg 45 min l,5iK) feet to post No. 8 thence u 13 deg 45 min 307.6 feet to post No. 4, thenco u 00 bedeg 43 uiiu e 1,500 feet to post No. 1, the 6.S3 ginning of surface bounds. Containing n tVi discrip-iiofroni srre1-- ; cxcludifr however arcs In count"!. witlitWe Buckya utudui' claim lot No. 41, coiitaining 0.aJl m res and area in coulluf w ith the Piuyou and Pinyon Extens-iomining claim lot No. 42, contalu ing l.tKCI acres and iucludin the area in conflict with the miuing claim lot No. 84, e)iituiniiig itiOS acres. Area sought to be patented 4.701 acres. From post No. 1 the United States Mineral Monument No. 4 bears n m deg 7 min w 431:15 feet distant. The said mining claim being, of record in fie otlice of the Recorder of said mining district at Park City, In Summit Co,' vtah. The nearest known lix'ui'ions leim? Baby and n Pinyon Samon on the e Buckeye w onandthe Democrat on and Pinyon Itxtension on all and w. a n e and persons the Any claiming adversely any portion of said Boss mining claim, arc required to tile their adverse claims thereto with the Register of the United Slates J.and Office, at Salt Lake City, Utah, within the sixty (1:;ys period of 1'Ul.lkathm hereof or they w ill be barred by virtue of the provisions and statutes of the United States in such cares made and provided. I direct that this notice be published in the Pahk- - Mixing Rkookd, the newspaper published nearest the said mining cjaim for the period of sixty davs. 18 27 J NO. B. NEIL, Register. APPLICATION FOB PATENT. ' J"ctce A'o. C4H. States mineral monument No; 3, he?rs g 89 deg OS niin c, (,2.) feet distant; thence from the discovery s 53 deg SO min e !7 feet to post No. 2 of the claim, thence n 21 deg e 1,258.0 feet to post No. II of the claim, thence n 53 deg 30 min w ISO. I feet to post No.4of the claim; thence s 21 dig 21 min w 1,258.(1 feet to said post No.l,tlic place of beginning less the conflicting area with the Erie mininV claim. The eaitl, Jiys mine No. "f wrftrtt haaaamaaaass 2 l"'""? 1'rW"l bi mining district in of the Recorder ji Wasatch county, Utah. The n curbs t known locations being the Erie and Jones'mining claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Jones mine No. 2, mining claim arc required to file their adverse claims thereto with the Register of the United States Land Ollice, at Salt Lake City, Utah, w ithin the sixty days period of publication hereof or they will be barred by virtue of the statutes of the United States in such cases made and provided. I direct that this notice be published iu the Pahk Mi.vixn R scent o, t, newspaper published nearest the claim, for the period of JNO. B- - NEIL, Register. sixty days. 0 6.8X7-100- d " 1 Election Coun-ty,Uta- Probate Court in and for the County IN oftheSummit and Territory of Utah. Margarett Crawford, plaintiff, vs. George Crawford, defendant Summons. To George Crawford the above named defendant, greeting: Tou are hereby summoned to in an aetnon tiiocglit ng'aiusd, you by tho above named pliiinliff, iu tho Probate Court, in and for the County of Summit and Territory of Utah, within tell days, of the day of service, after the service on you of this summoiis, if served on you wiuii'l the County of Summit, otherwise, if out of silid county but within the Third Judicial District of he Territory of Utah, within twenty days, otherwise within forty days. This action is broKjht against you to obtain an order of this Court bonds of mr.trimony dissolving the f existing between you and tht. jduin-titset fortu - ir. on the grounds the complaint on file in this otlice, anil if you fail to appear as above required, the plaintiff will apply to thd Court for the relict therein prayed for, Witness the lfonnrable EliaS AspcVj seal Judge, and tho seal of "said Court, this 1st day of June, A, D., 1880. ap-pe- ROBERT SALMON. Clerk of said Probate Court 1 NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.' y umber SJJ. ! United States Lanvj Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, June lst 1SS0. ( TOTICE is hereby given that the following X v named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof, and that said proof M ill be made before the Reg-iste- r and Receiver at Salt Lake City, Utah, on Tuesday, the Olh day cf July, 1880, vi;:: Leonard L. Randall, of Summit county, Utah Territ.iry, No. 7401 for the northeast quarter of southwest quarter, section No, 20, township 3 north range 6 east, and he nair.es the following witnesses ti) prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said tract, viz: John Clark, Samuel Saxton, Samuel Robertson and Chester Staly, all of Coalville, id Summit countv, Ut:.h Territory. JNO. B. NEIL, Register. Bird & Lowb, Att'ys for applicant. 18-- 22 APPLICATION FOB PATENT. A'o'fee Xo. 6 ti. United States Land Offick, Salt Lake Citv, Utah, May 12, 1880. . publication. All persons are hereby warned not to rmr. chaso .any interest in the Silver Bar and Great Western Consolidated Mining clnms situated near the head of White Pine CanAndrew J. from Stewart, Jr., or wife, of yon, Provo, Utah, as the interest he now claims was obtained through fraud and will not bo recocnir-cby the undcrsingned of whoai he Fob Sale. Robt. J. Johnson offers for Sale his house and furniture. The Inratinn is a vcrr desirable one. the obtained sum interest. 1 tt AR1.ES house neatly furnished, three rooms, Pahk C'irJ June 10, ltt). and furniture good, V HAW KINS. '20 23 . -- j o. ; ) j hercbv piven that Dennis N'OTICE is John Sneli and Daniel W. Morrison, all of Salt Lake County, Utah Territory, hsvo mado application for patent for 1.208 linGar feet of the Darlington Mining Claim, situated ir) Little Cottonwood Mining District, Utah Territory, being designated as Lot 44, and fully described in the pint and field notes of the ofBcial survey on filo in this cilice, the exterior boundaries being, with magnetic variution,18 deg 10 min, as follows; Beginning at post No. 1 as established, thence along tho easterly side line of Lot 41 of thei'nited Suites Mineral Surveys, s 19 deg 3() min w V0 feet to post No. 2, thence n 67 deg e 850 feet to post No. 3, thence n 42 deg 30 "OTICE is hereby ginn (ha t.ae following nauwd min e'500 feet to corner No. 4, thence n 23 deg actllpr has ftll uo4c o(is intution to niake w 110 feet to corner No, 5, thence i 42 tieg anal proof In wpiwrt of his clsini, a;irt secure nua! 30 min w 520 feet to post No, 6, thence . entry thnof, anil that tjnid flnal proof .will be tbaile s 07 7:50 w No-'Ut feet 1, deg post bef uro the BtiaUir ajMt Bwiver at the United area acres. From discovery stake ) Slates LacdOffloe in Kit hike City, on Saturday, 1 United States Mineral Monument No. bears JulT 17, ltwo, Tiat c;d ten A. Harper, auititiousi hoDiostead entry No, ;ir , for ths east naif north-a 71 degi5 min , 883 ft distant ; 'ihe Bear-es- t wesii quarter, section 2s. tovnshin I, south known ciiras bcin tie Lavinia, r:;pe, 4 east, and hofeames the fnliowinx as bin Grizzly andmining Evergreen. witosses to proro hisfjinmuous residue uixm, and I direct this notice to published for the eiUUvation of aiT tact, vis: Preston Lewis. Samuul Brinton, Jaint,irayIor and Milo Aadrue.all full period of sixty days in Thk Park Mining Record, the newspaper jmblisocd ncajr. ui oiijjwu, 011 ijaae kv-y- , turn. " JO. B. HFIL. est me m:ra. r Jen A. Bautv Atid il9 S3 ai41 J.VO. B. NEIL, Bcgi Al'I'"cnt. I atiii.rs 104.1 feel of the fcestern tnd line of the Banner mining claim, tot No. i7, u ' deg. c 100 feet from post No. 3, 20S.2 feet to post No. 2; thor.ee n M deg. w 630.9 feet to post No. 3; thence 11 C8 deg. 50 min. w 111.5 feet to post No. 4; thence n 80 deg, 09 min. w 250 feet to post No. 5; thence l deg. 51 min. w 200 feet to post No. 6; tlicucc is 80 deg. 09 mill, e 013.3 feet to post No. 7; thence v e'ejr 61 min. 2"0 feet to post No. ; th..uce s 64 deg. e 3 feel to poet No. 3 of fli6 banner ( lain), lot No. 47, S3 feet to post No. 1, the point of I cginJiing of tliK Surface bounds of tile Uniort cluiin, acres. Tlic containing an area of 2.935-100- 0 area of 0 of an acre in contiict with the Banner claim, lot No. 47, is excluded in the application for patent. From post No. 3 U. 8. mineral monument No. 7 bears s 73 deg. 12 inin.e 2,477 feet distant, the said mining claim being of record in the oflicc of the Recorder of said mining district, at Park City, in Summit c, mity, U tah. The nearest known locations being the I.nft Chance rud Little Mac on the north, 'Washington Tuntiel on the south and Banner 01 ihe cast. Any and all persons claiming advvrsUy any por. tion of paid Uulon mining claim are re", quired to tile their adverse claims thereto with the Register of the United Elates Land .Office atS.iltLake City, Utah, within tilt sixty days po.iod of publication hereof, or the) will be barred "by virtue of the provis-ion- s and statutes of the United States in eueb cases made and provided. I direct that this notice be published for the full period of sixty days in Thr Pahk Mixing Rf.cokd, the newspaper published JNO. B NEIL, nearest the said claim. topstNo.;theiicendcg.51 f tnv.iU-T'-iL'- and Wasatch counties, Utah Territory, of fourteen hundred and linear feet of tho lode, and surface ground two hundred (200) feet wide, 'being lot No. 79 and described Ul the field notes and plst Of the official survey on tile in this office, "with ntaijnctic variation at 16 deg. 30 min. east as follows: Commencing at the dis covery monument of the claim :'thencc n 70. rtc 30 triin.c alontrtha center l'"f of "cTrTTriWTelcT 10 Oil POUil rem ena line; thence 8 13 deg. 30 min.e 100 feet to post No. 1; thence n 13 deg. 30 min. w 200 feet to post No.,2; thence s 70 deg. :0 min. w 1.458 feet to post No. 3; thence s" 13 deg SO niin. feet to post No. 4; tlicuce n 70 'deg. 30 niin. e 1,458 feet to post No, 1, the beginning of the exterior bmiioTarles, containing an area of ti,6M(J acre's. From peat No. 4 United States Mineral Monument No. 1 bears m niin. w 2?J.l feet distant.' The s lfl 6id uuniug clujm being of recmv in t2w offices of tlie recorders of said minliy; t)is tricts of Blue Ledge and Uintah, in S.Lhi'mit and Wasatch counties, UUH. Tbfr nearest known locations being tho Indian Queen on the south, FoCatolioaterly, and Parlevs Park on the Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Ellen claim are mining aiy required to file their .adverse claims thereto with the Register of the United States Land Otlice, at Salt Lake City, Uhiu, within the sixtvdavs period pf publication hereof, or they w ill be barred by virtue of the provisions and statutes t:( the United States iu such cases made and ' provided. I direct that this notice be in published the Park Minino Recoup', tho newspaper published nearest the said; mining claim, for ' the period of sirty drive. 1.V24J JiO.' B. NEmRcgislcr. Jno. A. BaiI.ev, Att'y for applicant. g litty-eix- (1,438) 1 ill-- d'. sout-wes- I - to Application fob Patent. SUMMONS. desi-ribc- Take Notice. f t '..- -' . Cns L'K, May i, Salt .f-- 1 "V"OTIC:E is hereby given that Join 1 son, Thomas Jordan and Patri-- t Bre'V nan, of Park City, and Samuel Lev.V'hvk Pojipcr and Ellen M. Butler,' or k t Lai City, made application for a Unite. 8tatte Patent for the Garvey mining claim, sttuata In Uintah Mining District, Summit County, ' Utrdi Territory, consisting of 1,. lt'-- r feet of the loda. and surface ground 2011 foet wid, 3 No loi lit! and deseriUctf In Ul peid being notes and plats of the official aarvi ! file in this otlice, vfith rn.igcetic vrial mat 10, i 30 min fullus-sCorauc deg east, as discovery. point, whence bears, Uuii . mineral monument No 1 11 00 def feet, and run thence n 58 deg 10 i i feet to northeast end line, theacc f min c 100 feet to post No 1, thence nua yr ,SolMaat-4- p Aiu , 58 deg 10 li.iii w to Post Ko3, s 31 deg 50 min e W feet to post No 4, t. n 58 dejj 10 ruin e 1,50 feet to post No I acres. The tiii 1 taicing in area 6.88-l(ing claim being of record iu the office ol Recorder of said mining district at Park C. in Summit County, Utah. The nearest kno locat ion being The Vulcan. Any and all sous claiming adversely any portion of Garvt'i"uii)U'!g claim, are required to their adverse' "claim thereto with the Suef the United StaU s Land Oflicc, at Sitt&i .. City.Utah, within the sixty davs period of rulj licatioil htretjf, or they will be barred birSrif tue of the provisions and statutes of to , United States in such cases made and pre ) vided. 1 direct that this not'r-be published in tiiePAUK Mixing Recorii, the newspaper published nearest the laul niiulng claim, for :"-.- . the period of sixty davs JNO, B. NEir Begisteti t ."iiKEf.ER; Attbrncy for Ajipitcaafc ebtt"; point; thence s 61 deg. e 736.2 center of eastern end 1ii)Cj thence s 9 di g. 51 min. w 104.1 feet ' l.wTt ft "T APPLXCATION FOB PATENf , ifotiee X umber G3ll, : FOB PATENT. 4WiceJro.fi7-UxtTBf- t St. las IN no OcKirr, I Citv, Ut.ui, .May ct, lsstli "VTOTICE Is hereby given lliat the Park City Mining Company of Utah Territory, whose post office address is Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, (u; its authorized agent and Vice President, Andrr Luudiu, tshosc, post office address is Park City, Summit County, Utah Territory,) has made application for a TJniUd States patent for the (Issian mining claim; situated in Uintah Mining District, Summit County, U(r,h consisting of fifteen hundred (1W) linear feet of the lode and surface ground two hundred fet in width, along the entire length of said mining claim, being lot numbered 90, and described in the field notes and pliit of tffe official survey on tile in this otlice, with magnetic variations at 16 deg 30 min c, as follows: Commencing ut post No. 1 of the official survey of said Ossian mining claim, which is a corner'' of said claim, running thence north 77 deg 15 niin west fifteen hundred feet to post No. 2, thence south SOdcg 30 min west o24.47.lU0 feet to post No. 3, thence south 77 deg 15 min cast 1,600 feet to post No. 4, thence north 80 dc 20 min east .524.47-10feet to post No. 1 the place of beginning, containing an area of acres. F'rom post No. 1, the United States Mineral Monument No. 5 in said Uintah Mining District, bears north 83 min east, 459.18-10feet distant, said'niining claim being of record in the otlice df the Recorder of Uintah Mining District Mining Summit County, Utah Territory. The neaK est known location bein-- the Wcsatch iniri; ing claim lot numbered 80 on the north. Any and all persons claiming adversely anyporllbn of said Ossian mining claim, arc to file their adverse claims thereto with the Register of the United Slates Land Ollice, at Salt Luke City, Utah, within the sixty davs period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statutes of the United Slates in 6uch cases Salt Lake Ter-ritor- 6.HS-10- 0 r - made and provided, I direct that this notice be in the lABK Minino Rjscokd, thepublished newspaper published nearest the said miuing claim, for tho period tjf sixty days. 17-- 20 JNO.B. NEIL, Register. JSTQXICE FOB PUBLICATION. ! - 1 - ; O.8S-I0- -- norihAuunjgcrso claim ere required to file their ad! '' mining thpj-fteA tl.A Rn.i.tr n' f ft with Tersr- cluunft nitod StnWw Land' Ofllea, rt ji- tl .'. ''W WT'V Utan, Vitnm the sixty tlays period of pulili. .... cation hereof, r they wili be barred byvir-- tue of the provisi(mr and statutes of tho S United States in tucli ' jaade and prav ca, videfL in direct tlnrt this notice Park Mining Rdcobd, tbe'tiewSpaT!ff,uo lishcd nearest tlie Hid mining claim, for the JNO. B. NEIL, pcTi,d of sixty ieyS; 1 ".'A. Register. I i ;1. BaIi.ev, Att'y for applicant, t ; I ?" I 13-- APPLICATON FOB PATENJB. A"iti6er t United States Land Office r C.U.T L.1KB CITV, UTAH, ApilA18VxV NOTICE is hereby given that R. CT Cha.. A.1 . hers, whose postoffiee address is Salt I ake City, and E. Kimball and M. Correll, vrhose postollice address is Park City, Sum' " mit county, Utah, made application for ; United States pfitcnt: tor the Drcadnaught Tunnel mining claim, situate in Uintah min- - ing distrUt, Scniiifit county. Utah Territorr: " "" consisting of nine hundred and one and linear feet of the lode, nd surface ground fePt yt6a, ' g averaging soTcnfy-fou- f No. kit and 62, dcicribed m me neict notes ana plat of .Jtfjo otlieial survey on tile in this office, with mar-netie variation at 10 deg. 30 min. east, as fol- lrtws: Commencing at" the initial point. tlioHM n 4 dei?. 54 min. e 82 feflt to pojt No 1, ," m the sou tit side line of tho MM; MitSiS .: claim; thence s 85 deg. 00 min. e 622.0 feet ta post No. 2; thence s 08 deg. 50 min.'e2!)0 f to foet post No. 3, which is identical with' post No. 4 of the Union mining claim; thence ueg 011 min. w 01.0 iect to post, Jio.4! thence n so 09 min. w 254.4 feet to No. 5, 011 the end line of the Union . . v .t. ... .. . ?..:.., Muni., .iuiii HU1C41 uusb rsu. a ni inet Uniou bears a 9 deg. 51 min. e 51.3 feet 3is tf.nt; tljenccnSO deg. 47 niin. W 2.3 feet 10 post No. 3 of the Hidden Treasure mining claim, lot No. 04, 049.1 feet to post No. 6; thence n 4 deg. 54 niin. e 02.5 fect to post No. L, thq point of tcgiiuiing of surface bounds, conacres, excluding the taining an Briit of area of of Sn acre in conflict with the Union, lot No. 75. From post No, & the U. 8. mineral monument No. 1 bears &.4 dgilfr . niin. e t disiaurr rile sm niT.. claim being of record in the office of the Re. ' corner of said mining district at Park City in Suminit couuty, Utah. The" nearest known ' locutions being the Tlidden Treasure, Littlei Mac,.Wasbtr;gton and Union mining claim, . Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of raid Itreadnaught Tunnel raining; , claim are required to filo their adverse claims thereto with Register of the U. 8. Lanp Ollice, at Salt Lake City, Utah, wlthitr w the sixty days period of publication hereof! '' or they till t?e barred by virtue . the provisions and statutes of the United States in" H such cases made and provided: ..' I direct that this notice be pufiiishcd in tiiA Park Mining Record, tho newspapef published nearest the said-- mining claim, for flic period of sixty davs. 12JNO. B.NEII Register. ' ' Jno. A. Bailey, Att'y for applicants. be-in- V pif . wes-ler- i;.. . ui.r-uii- -- 1 ' SytH-rfe- . ' ' -' notice fob Publication,- -Xo.Ma. ' Usited Mtates LiND OFrica, 1 Salt Lake Utah, June 2nd, 189C. f "VTOTICK is hereby glrcis that the following naa4 X V settlor hVS Ricd notice of his intention to final proof m suiport of his claim and secure ha-- , enlry thereof and that said proof will be mad be-fore the Acgister and Boceirer of the United . Laai! Office, Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, oa aist day of July, 1880, viz: Saydor. Adillnoual homestud envry So'. 7 . norUicat quarter aoutlieast Quartr, eantinv township I aoutlHanf 4 ewlt and he t lowiup witi;C!.(fwi to' provo his eontinuoua-rs- . t and cijtivatfoa of add tract viz: Jaob w . ..'.' yen, VOIiunt S. Twe, Jaiura HrMuaast anaj 1, Eobbms all of Park Cuy, . "' : Bird & Ixiwa, AtCvs ti, b. FV bum ' A"o. ass'. t'ltiTim Statm I,AKn Ovrrce, f Salt Lake City. ti rzH. Mv. 11. IPTi I OTICE is hereby Riven that the foUowinft natB- -i V ed Kttlcr has alad notice of his intention to malts final pinof in support of hi claim sad secure flual entry and that Said proof will b insde before tho P.citcr and Peceh er at Silt LaXe City, on Tuesday the l&ih ii,.v ol une, IsSn, vln; riO Joseph Hoopsi', notj'-- ' Burtra S. Kimball, of arley'a Paia, Summtt A arehei-ebinoaev and Iabo County, Utah, Hoaieetesd-euli'No. l,9fis! for east Bl Mine m oitutte half of northeast quarter of section No. ), Town- Lalio Coun'lj', t'Wi 1 amp 1 Bourn, range a east, and He runee tha Vraiav w lag witntae to prow hia routin'ltnis 81V, m on and cultivation of said trmct. viz: William i nai- Kimball, of Parley a Pirk. Utah, ant Robert T. Bur ton, w luiani uunon sua joscpa Jauausw o Bsti T I.iie Clltr. Ctil Tenltorv. sj,ia '5i.ii(, , Attorney, for ApplicaiU. V- - Unitit, St;tfs Land Officii, S.itrLAiiECiTr. i'T'Ait, April 8, ;8H0. OllCb is hereby given that Edward"! (irose, whose postotflee address is Park City, Summit county, Utah Territory ou"4i Ojiplication for a United States patent for toe , Emma Jane mining claim, situate in UtrliaU; mining district, Summit county, Utah TerrU tory, consisting of fifteen hundred (lSOOJ V linaar feet of the loda, nd surface grotnd ct" yldo, being lot No, two hundred (:!oo) US and described in the field Botes and plat of . the official survey on iile in liiis6tfici,ltli magnetic variation at JO deg. SO min. east, as follows: Commencing at the diSCttrtry of the .claim; thence u 4 deg. w 100 fet to 80 deg. w 1500 feet ta C. post Hi. 1; thence best hp 2; fliK.e 4 4 deg. c 200 feet to post i No. S; thence n 80 icg. e l.ffK) feet to post No. 4; theuce h 4 deg. W2II0 feet tj postNo. 1, the bciBiiingof surface bounds, coe&intn jf aA- , area of acres, including in this de- - , the area claimed ih x.ohnict with" the Celeste mining claiuij lot No'4, conta'ia- -' ing 0,024 acres; l'j pm post No. 1 OieUmteiJ States mineral H'oniiment No, 5 bears n 4! deg. 57 niin.. e 1,959 feet distant, the said v cutting claim being of record in tlie oflicc oft J the recorder of said mining district at Pari City, in Summit county, Utah. The nearest ' known locations being lUe Park City Con- solidated on the East and Celeste- - obV" t. APPLICATION , Xottee Xo ,g If- Unitfd State LtxpC"rits . 1 Lake 6lt initial PATT3T. APPLICATION Kot .cs Jq. 033. . UxtTP.n States Land Office, . Lake Citt, Utah, April 10, 18811. j "V'OTIC'E is hereby given that Robert C X1 Chambers, administrator nt the estate of Austin Chambers, deceased, wh'je post-oflic- e address is Salt Lake City, Utan, made npplicatiim for a United States patent fortbe Union miuing claim, situate in Uintah mining district. Summit countv, Utah Territory, cotiS'.itiiig ol ten hundred and tive (1,005.9-101!) linear feet of the hale, and surface ground two hundred (200) feet wide, bo-i- u; 78 So. lot and described in the Held notes and plat of the olliciai survey on file in this otlice, with magnetic variation at 10 deg. :) min. cast, as follows: Conmuncing st the feet VS i'QVR ORLZZS. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICES. Registor. VTOTICE is hrety given that file Jones 121 Jno. A Eailev, Att'y for applicant. J. 1 Silver Mining Company of Utah, a cur. porution organized under the laws of Utah Territory, has made application for n United . minStates patent for the Jones Mine, No. dising claim, situate in Blue Ledge mining conKaties ffo. 641. trict, Wasatch County, Utah Territory, United States Land Oijfk f, ) sisting of 1,'25S.9 linear feet of the lode, and Laks surface ground 300 feet wide, being lot No. Salt Citv, L'tah, May 11, 1880. j i! and described in the field notes and plat OTICK is hereby given that JairleS llar-1- . of this official survey on tile iu this ollice, v rington, whose "post office address' is witt; magnetic variation at 10 deg 30 min 0 as Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, has made follows: CiiinmcMiiliig nt post No. 1, of the application for a United Stales patent for the claim, thence g 53 deg 30 min c 07 feet to the Mary Ellen mining claim, situate in Blue discovery of the claim, from which United Ledge and Uintah miuing districts, Summit 1 Sat.t Lake Citv, Utah, June 1, 18S0. j" OTK'E is hereby given that A; W. Street, We acknowldge a pleasant call from "VJ L Trustee, v bese address is postollice J. K. Morrcll, of Salt Lake, who has Council Vottawattainic county, Iowa, been taking a look at the mines of our has this Bluffs, clay filed his application for'a patent for 1,500 linnar feet of the Jubitcr mine ftr camp. veiu with surfaM jrroiind 200 feet in width, We had the pleasure of a call from situated in Uintah Summit JiiuguuuDistrict, Mr. J. A. Thompson of Prove. Ho is County, Utah Territory, known and desand notes field o.'!'eiul ignated by the plat on attending to some of his miningproper-t- y tile in this ollice .H lot No. 12$, and in Snake Creek Distrkt as follows Beginning at the discovOn last Sunday Mr. J. C. Conklig ery monument and running thence s GO deg 3 min 5- 400 feet to the centre of the southand Wm.E. Smedley came up from erly end line of said claim, thence n S3 dog Salt Lake, and took a look at four nf 39 min W 1.00 feet to post No. 1, thence n 00 our bonan zas. They returned on Tues doff '80 min c feet to post No. 2, thence to post N 3, thenco n 45 . deg 1,114 fct day. s 30 deg SO min e 207 3 Ul feet to pot No. 4, J. C, Youag, Utah's mining corres- thence b 45 deg w 1.085 feet to post No. feet to pondent, came up to the Park this week 5, thence s 00 deg 30 win w 413 ost No.fi, thence n Sfl deg 30 min w '200 feet to examine the recent, strike in the ... . vw,,,.,,,.,,, nn unci vi Empire mine. Jhonny is an able writer acres from post No. 4, United States and will do justice to anv nrnnevt.v h mineral monument No. 6 bears s SO deg 20 min e, 413 6 10 feet distant. The nearest may write up. the Iron Horse, Genknow locations Joab Lawrence and Charlev Reed eral Dodge and being BroaVhtWiii The said Jubitcr were up from Salt Lake on Mmidav mining claim bcinir of record in the Record and Tuesday acconiDauied bv Mr. ers ollice of Uintah Mining District at Park Uthh. Any and 41II persons claiming John Pooloj of Cleveland, Ohio, a City, any portion of said Jubiter minadversely leman who commands considerable gent claim and arc reing premises We to are note the quired to file their adverse claim capital. pleased of the Register with Unitinterest, the tive mining men and capitalists in our ed States Land Ollice, at Salt Lake Citv, Utah, within the sixty days period of publication camp. hereof, or the same will be haired by virtue . provisions of the Statutes, Mr. L-- Hobbs, well known as Salt of.1 the direct that this notice be in the Lake's boss contpactor,lja!, wo arc pleas- Park Mininu REOOKilT' the published newspaper ed to state to our readers, determined to nearest to said claim, for the make his residence for the future in pm tod of sixly days. I JNO. D, NEIL, Register. Park City. He is" nffw fitting up the store of Young & Miles with counters, Pbobate Notice. shelves, etc. Ha.fels several other contracts for buildings and will be kept, Court in and for Summit IN the Probate busy. Wre most heartily recommend Utuh Torritory. Estate of AusMr. Hobbs to our citizens as a gentle- tin County, deceased. Notice is hereby Chambers, man and workman of superior qualifi- given that Jane Chambers has filed her petition in this Court praving that bet share of cations. the estate of Austin Chambers, deceased, of which estate Robert C. Chambers is administrator, be given and set off to her upon her Notice. giving to said administrator a bond of indemas provided by law, and that the hearing There will be a meeting of the min- nity of the same has been fixed by the Court for Reers of Blue Ledge District at tho Thursday July 8th, 1N?0, at 2 o'clock p. m., of corder's office, on Saturday, July 10, that day.of the June Term, 18S0, at the County Court House, in Coalville City, Summit 1880, for the purpose of electing a Repersons interested in said estate corder. The polls will be kept open are notifiedAll then sml tfierc to appear and between the bouYs of 9 a. m. and 4 p. show catise, if any they have, why said petim. JoHf A. Sessions, Recorder." tion should not be granted. Witness the Honorable Klias Asncr. sEit Judge of Probate, and the Clerk's Pbivate BoahDino . signature and seal of said Court, this join day of May A. 1)., l'JSO. ROBERT SALMON, Clerk. and lodging at Mrs. A. J. White's, one block and a half cast of postoftice, and Notice fob Thirteenth Ward School opposite House. Terms per week I7.C0. Terms JV& per day 11.25. States Land Qtricii, I'sms Salt Lake Cur, Utah. Jnns 8, 1880. f 1 yCotice Ko. 6J- -. I'srjsn Stated Lani Officb, Salt Lakf Citv, Utao, M iy 24, 1880. 20. WGIVE Application fob patent. Uxitfd Statks Lixn OrriCK, ( Salt Laks Citv, Utah. May "2S. 1). VOTICK is hereby given that Edward Ll P. perry whose post office address is Park City Summit f o, Utah Territory has S Register. 27 LEGAL APPLICATION FOB PATENT. XotUit Jfa. 6.13. j NO. 1880. LEGAL NOTICES. Application fob patent. Eds. Roq.rd: Having scrutinized your editorial career since the first issue of your paper, I will say that your "record" so far has been conservative and therefore every way very good. You have not "salted" your editorials boom of a to get up a You have not mining excitement trimmed your sails to any breeze but the regular trade wind of prosperity to all interests that concern Summit county. And now, as the summer has come, (and I guess it has,) for the buzz of the house fly, and the festive song of the musquito is heard throughout the land, therefore lift up your head and rejoice for the glorious summer has come at last. Railroad matters are causing considerable excitement just now, as the Union Pacific are making their surveys and locatinsr their roaiLaud after elf the iOrw-ycTthat have boen along the W eber this Spring soran days tho willows were full of them five or six lines of survey stakes, through every farm from Coalville to Wanship. " We ought to have a railroad of some kind, and J guess we will get the U. P; R. 14. the I tan Las tern seems to be going at it in too feeble a way to do much. If the farmers along the route will donate the right of way and do the grading and take their pay in stock, there are of benevolent, creatures in Salt Elenty City who would take care of the road when it was completed, and manage it for the benefit of the coal mines at one end and Salt Lake City at the other end, and who else will it benefit. Can you toll? Crops along the Weber look better than they have fur years the hay crop in particular, as there is a great plenty of water. The river just now is booming and if she don't jump out of bounds and tear things, the prospects for an abundant harvest are all right and plenty of fat beef. Hike porter bouse steaks; don't you? Those speckled trout have not shown their fins yet I would like to send them to you, they are very shy this year, however, and it is doubtful. Mr. Walton closed his school in Wanship on the 11th he had an exhibition of proficiency and a danco for the juveit-ile- a in the afternoon, and a ball for the old folks in the evening. He goes from here to his home in Salt Lake City with the best wishes of our citizens. Our citizens, as a general state of good health prevails, are in good spirits and are rushing things. Mr. Roundy is all alirc in freighting business ana tiioae that employ him will find their freight come along on time. No failures with him. Busines in Summit county after the long and dreary discourfiging winter comes out like the sun from behind a cloud and prosperity is right before all that put forth their nads with energy suijieient to grasp it ana agricultural isterests has a brilliant future. Esculam. PR. V,r LEUMJ. n a Spanish Frigate. Senator Blaine Will Stamp His State in the Interests of (JarOeld, La W. WATKIS, CO.,JTAII, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, PaoK Wanship. Telegraphic Summary. O. Box. -- 0JLi prentijtj, book IM Pubiiafeer. ORES C2 2VfcS,Y DESCRIPTION $3.00 1.7s fmmM IS Advance. J AS-- K. 8CHTJPBACH, . ft . V ,1 ., yi '