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THETMTiC MINER. Published very Frldity morning NEWMAN . ty y, MIX. o Entered at the at Eureka, Utah, for transmission thriife'Mhe,j.ys as second, class matter. Post-offle- PRICE QrjUCSCKIJ'TION.-rl- N ADVANCE. $3.00 ii 75 One.yesr 8!x months Three monthn If not paid in advance: Cms year, three Months. Jt.50. mouth, PACIFIC UHI0N Ar. tiiv. ;Ar. ' Lv. TIME froia.f?alt Lake ... . 100 W.OQ; six TABLE. .... for Salt hake atSalt Lake. .. for Silver City Ar.iroiu .Silver City 1120 a. m, 2;00 p. ni, 0:10 p. m .. ..11:40a. m. l:.v0,p. iu. Through Coaches to and from Salt Lake without change. Shortest Line and b astest Flme. Rio Grande Western Time Table. No. No. 10. Leaves, p. ni. a.m 9. No 27. Arrives, p. m. a. m. ...8:40 ...8:15 0.30 7:00 8:l 8:29 8:40 :00 Arrives 9:33.... 0:43.... ...Oliver ... .Eureka City.... 7:00 Goshen ."5:40 ....Flint an uln ...6:22 , 1'aysoa Spanish Fork...; ,.5:55 10:00.... 10:12.... 10:45.... 11:05.... Loaves Snrlnfrvllle... ..530 .6:21 l'rovo American Fork .4:57 lhi Bingham Salt Lako Go to the Eureka Drug .Store for in use, and start up immediately upon medicines of any kind. Nevada. from Manager Hyde's jettirn The Third Annual Session of St. A telegram was received :here yesJoseph's School will commeace Tuesterday announcing the death, at Ilai-le- day, September 5th, 1893. 194t. Idaho, of "Judge"' Haytes, a forPersons troubled with chronic diarmer resident of Eureka. rhoea should try Chamberlain's Colic, Miss Knowles, of Salt Lake, who Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Many visited the camp last week with a cases have been cured by it after all view of accepting the vacancy in the else had failed and skilled physicians primary department of our city were powerless. For sale by Eureka schools, has accepted a position at Drug Store. Mill Creek, near Salt Lake. Miss Additional Cripple Creek Service. Winnie Boynton, a sister of .Frank Commencing May 1st the Colorado Boynton,, of Salt Lake City, has been Midland railway will put on and run engaged in her stead, and will enter dajly thereafter additional suburban upon her duties a week from Monday. trains to nceonimodate Cripple Creek aadFlorissant business, as follows: Patrick Connor was arrested by Dep WKSTHOUMD. . 8:10 a. m, uty Sheriff Scott Wednesday night on Leave Colorado Springs . 9:35 a. m, Divide. a warrant sworn to by Adolph Sultan, Arrive .10:02 a. ni. ' Florissant... IA8TBOPND, charging him with grand larceny. He 10:40 a. m. Florissant was arraigned before Judge Nelson Leave IMvide 11:10 a.m. 11:30 a. m. last night for examination, but as no Arrive Woodland Park 11:50 a. ni. Leave Woodland Pak evidence was adduced, showing his Arrive 1:00 p. in. Colorado Springs " 5:30 p.m. Pueblo , guilt of the crime he was dismissed " Denver 6:00 p. m. from custody. County Attorney AdThis arrangement gives a convenams appeared for the Feople and C. ient and rapid service into and out of M. Thackston for the defense. Cripple Creek. Have your prescriptions filled at the Tu Sing, a Chinaman attached to Eureka Drug Store. of Jc .4:S7 4:20 4:00 the Blue the culinary department Rock, was arrested in the Oxford Application tor Patent. Wednesday Eight, by Constable NOTICE NO. 2351. Dan Cronin, for carrying a murderous I'nited States Land Office. belooking gun. He was arraigned Salt Lake City. Utah, Spt. 21, 1(103. f fore City Justice Fike last night, and Notice la hereby given that John K. Hlllea-r- y Smith, whose postofplead guilty. The Judge gave liim a flceand JohnIsWaterbury Silver City, Juab bounty, Utah, few words of advice and $25. Acting Markaddress E. Howard, whoso postoffice address Is Mayor Clark afterward remitted all Beaver City, Beaver County, Utah and Jobut $5 of the fine, which was promptly seph E. SJater and E. O. Lee, whose postofflce Sa-'Jo- ) MAILS. Silver City and "Jamnjoth closes at 11:00 a. m. Salt Lake and all other points at 1:30 p. m. .Silver City arrives at 1:40 p. m. :Salt Lake and all other uofnts at 11:00 a. m. .'General delivery open from 8 a. in. to 7:30 ft. m. Money order and registry, window from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., and from 6:30 to .7:30 p. m. Sunday General delivery from '11:30 a. ra. to42:30 p. m. Jas. P. Duiscolu P. M. paid by the Celestial. The Hard Times Ball at the .1. O. O. F. JJall last Friday was a success couin every way. About thirty-liv- e ples were present. Some fantastic costumes were noticed, but on the For. sale, 2,000 shares Oppaiionga whole calico dresses and (mining etpok. Enquire at this office. suits predominated. The prizes for Tat SJiea returned Wednesday from the most poorly dressed couple, a sack of flour to the lady and side of bacon a trip to Salt Lake. to the gentleman, were awarded to Ed Lewis was taking in the sights Miss May Tompkins and D. McMur-phy- . of Zlon yesterday. Tom Bine, Jas. Hogan and Sullivan formed the commitShorty C. M. Thackston came up from Spantee awarded the prizes. which ish Fork Wednesday. Lawson, in Vol. 7, 2396-1- , on Rights, R. G. WiUoc and .Slier iff Sullivan and Practices, says: "The Remedies .were Salt Lake visitors Tuesday. officers of a municipal corporation can Clay ton, of the Stuttz Thea- only claim such compensation as is tre Co. wa3 in the city Saturday. givn to them by law, ordinance or Fred J. Hieger, of the capitol city, express contract with them. Officers deemed to was a guest of the Eureka Hotel Tues- of a municipal corporation are ' , plain-busines- s , . day. Fat Donahue, a Montana mining .operator, came 4n on the Overland .Tuesday. Dr. Field has moved his office to building formerly occuyied by ."Hub" saloon. have accepted their office with Icv.mvledge of and witli .reference to the provisions of the charier ,or incorporating statute relating, to the services thqj may be called upon to render, and the compensation provided therefor.'''' Does the Earcka City char- ter provide for pay for councilors as the committeemen or for tie mayor for the "superinteading the disbursement of poa tax.' Miss Sarah Nesbit, of Mammoth, A Miner man, while searching a .visited the Misses Taylor, on upper dark corner for the refulgent beam of Main street yesterday. a news item recently, found a badlv shattered "slate," bearing the follow .A Republican convention for the .nomination of city officers, will be ing: For Mayor. .called in near the J. future. B. Tiramony, a Deputy U. S. Mar shal, came down from. Salt Lake Wednesday, on official business. Joe Ililstead iias opened a barber shop in theroora next to Mrs. ITaynes' restaurant, formerly pccjupied & llilstead. by.Fur-4'aso- n Henry Adams, county attorney, came over from Tfephi yesterday, to conduct the examinatiop of Tat Connor, charged with grand larceny. Frances Mullen came in today after months treatment In Salt Lake for a severe case of "lead." He is much Improved in health. Heveral For City Council John McChrystal, George A'ams, R. G. Wilson, R. P. Dayton, James Tuekeg. For City Treasurer. T.J. Blue. For City Recorder. F. W. Blue. For City Justice. Fred Nelson. For Oity Marshal. Gus Ilenroid. A fcole was broken where the tame of thecaadiatejior mayor should have been, and.the Mixer has been unable to learn who was intended to supercede the present "Czar." Judge Dana, a picturesque and well known character in the camp, drove We advise the mayor and city (up from Fayson yesterday. The Judge .has a stock ranch at that place and a council to "read up" on their rights .string of tine horses. and duties ns prescribed by the A special car, occupied by Superin- Utah statutes, before issuing nny tendent Young, Road master Byrnes more orders concerning arbitrary .and Chief Engineer 0'Melve.py, of the those records. Union Pacific, was attached to 2s'o. 61 ri Bterday. Paints, oils, varnishes, brushes, etc. Ei'hkka Drug Store. The officers of the city and county Two good second hand cook stoves whose duties necessitate their pres- for sale at the Eureka Tin Shop. ence at the Court House, are launchfine ,For Cigars and fresh Coning arjaU eipas at the county commissioners anil .eUy council for pot fectionery try "TiiE Eukkka Fruit Stork," The Utah y.aUites provide for the election by thewumdl, of a mayor pro jtm during tVejibserif 3 of the mayor. At Monday night's meeting, the mayor vppoirUd Councilor Clark to act for liini during his absence. Andyet Jie resents the ' appellation of ''Czar of Eureka." Superintendent hnrcl, of the Beck, returned from Salt Lake Wednesday. Lower Main Street. Best meals is town at tie Kevstone Restaurant. All kindsoffi.ure;sf.rdrittksat "The Eureka Fruit Si ore' Lower Main Street, litf. Among the incidents of childhood that stands out, in bold as our ' M-ief- , memory reverts to the d;iys when we were young, none are more prominent than severe sickness. 'i lie vuimg mot her vividly remembers 3 Fiat "it was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy that says tlK1 new Jemlng "we 'which mentioned in last, week's cured her of croup, and in turn adjripcr. 4;as been tried at the mills, and ministers it to her own offspring and proved uns.il isfaf t'iry. They will always with the best results. Tor snle 'nrpb'i.l yres'M t tot he process fyiwjly )y Eureka Jtrtir s;yrc. proo, .address is Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, have made application for a United States Patent for the Four Aces mining claim, situato In Tintlc Mining District, Juab County, Utah Territory, consisting oi 1441 linear feet of the lodo, and surface ground 201.1 feet wide, be.'ng Lot. No. 2045 and described In the field not;s and plat of the official survey on file in this office, with magnetic variation at 16 degrees ai minutes east, as follows: Commencing at Post No. 1. a corner of said claim, thence north 12 degrees 46 minutes east, 1441 foet to post no. 2, a corner of said claim; thence south S3 degrees and 20 minutes east 201.1 feet to post no. 3, a corner of said claim, thence south 13 degraes and 46 minutes west 1441 feet to post ,no. 4, a corner of said claim, thence south 83 degrees and 29 minutes west 201.1 feet to place of beginning. Post No. 1, a corner of said claim, bears, from the discovery point of said claim, south 12 degrees 46 minutes west 250 feet distant; thence north 83 degrees and 20 minutes west 100.55 feet distant. 'United States Mineral Monument No. 4 bears north f rum Post So. 3 of said claim, 83 degrees and .02 minutes east 5677.4 feet distant, The Quarter corner between sections no. 25 and 36 of Toy a No. 10 south of range no, 3, ,west, .bears north .from post no. 3, of said .claim,26 degrees and 25 minutes east 1020 feet distant. Area claimed and applied for 6.615 acres. JSo conflicts. The said mining claim being of record in the office of the Recorder of said mining dis- district at Silver City, In Juab County, Utah. The nearest known locations being the South Swansea, being designated as Lot No. 337. I direct that this notice be published in the Tumc iMiskk, the newspaper published near-ethe said mining claim, for tho period of ten weeks. BYRON GROO. Register. 18!3. First publication September . . ht Application for Fatent. JfOTICB NO. 2250. United States Land Office, I Salt Lake City. UUh, Sept. 81 h, 1893. f Notice is hereby given that the Swansea Mining xmpany, a corporation of Utah, by Theron Ceddcs, its Secretary, Treasurer and Attorney-in-Fact, whose residence and post-offiaddress Is Salt Lake City, Utah, hag made application for a United States Patent for the Swansea Lode Mining consisting of the Mountain Chief, North Swansea and East Swansea lode locations, situated In Tintlc Mining District, Juab County. Utah, being 1,366.1, 1,609 and 1.3G6.1 linear foet of said lodes respectively in the order above named, and surface ground therewith as shown by the official ;plat filed herein, being United States Mineral Survey Ko. 2.955, Utah Land District, and flescrlbed In the field notes and plstof the official surt: vey on file in this office, a"ollows, Commencing at post no. 1, a corner of the claim, from which U. f . M. M. No. 4 bears north 78 deg 59 mtn oast 6,414.3 feet distant, and running thence south 77 degrees 48 minutes west 200 feet to post no. 2; thence north 6 degrees 22 minutes west 1.306.1 feet to post nc. 3; thence north 77 degrees 48 minutes east 20 feet ta post no. ; thence south 77 degroes 55 mlnutee west 423.8 feet to post m. 6; thence north 5 degree M minutes east S.S00 to post no. 7; thence north 77 degrees 55 inlnutos east 700 feet to post no. 8; thence south 5 degrees 54 minutes west 1500 feet to post no. 5; thence north 77 degrees 55 minutes east 423.8 feet to post no. II, from which the quarter-sfctlo- n corner common to and between soctions 25 and 36, township 10 south of range 3 west of the Salt Lake Meridian bears south 88 degrees past &M feet distant; thence south 6 degrees 22 minutes east 1,360.1 feet to post no. 12; thence south 77 degrees 55 minutes went 6(10 feet to said poet no. 1. the place of begintotal area of 44.01 acres, ning, containing expressly excopttaig and excluding therefrom however 4.W acrvs area In conflict with Four Aces U. J. M. S.No. 2.045, the area claimed and applied being 42.71 acres The discovery point of said Mount ain Chief bears north t degrees 22 minutes wet 406.7 fe.ot distant from a point at the wlddle of the southerly etxlllne of said location. The discovery point of said North Swansea hears north 5 degrees .VS minutes ea.t 121.3 ft et distant from a point at the mldflteof the southlocating. The discovery erly end line of point of said Fm-'-t Swansea bears north fl de grees 22 minutes west 4.W.4 feet distant from a point at tho ,lddo of tie .utlierly end-lln- e of said location. Katili of said mining claiarisi lie.liig of record In the olllry fif the County Recorder of said Mining Mxtrlct at Silver City. Juab County, l' tab. The nearest known locations being tho West SEORT Swansea and South Swansea lode claims fj. "CHICAGO S. Lot No. 337, and the Four Aces lode claim U. S. M. S. No. 21H5. Chicago, Milwaukee &St. Paul R. I direct that this notice he published in the Tintic Miser, at Eurekp, Utah, the newspa- Is tho only line runctag Solid Vestibuled. LIE" Steamheated and Electric-Lighte- d Train per published nearest the said mining claim, for a period of ten weeks. JJaily between Chicago and Omaha, BYRON GROO, Register. of magnificent sleeping cars and the Bennett, Marshall & Bradley, Attorneys I'j for Applicants. The Finest Dining Cars in the WorIT? First pub. Sept. 15, last pub. Nov. 17, 1S93. - Application for.Tatent. fr sd FIEST-CLAS- Sf United states Land Office,, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 5, 1893. f Notice is hereby given that John Fleming, Any other Information as to rates of far, . whese postofflce address Is Eureka, Juab etc., will be cheerfully furnished by made has Utah applicaCounty, Territory, 3. H. Allen, J. S. Talbot, 11 tion for a United States Patent for the Par-nei- ls T. F. & P. Agent. Commercial Agt.,"'- . Progrume mining .claim, situate in West Tintic Mining District, Juab Country, 15 West Second South, Salt;Lake City. ' - -'' Utah Territory, consist ing of l.Vio linear foet of said lode and 600 feet wide, being Lot No. ,fI. 3 and described In the field notes and plat JI0DGIXS & YOUNG, i- -- i of the official survey on tile in this office, with magnetic variation at 16 degrees, 32 minutes 4 east, as follows: Commencing at Post No. 1, a corner of the claim, running thence south rrt' 48 decrees east 604 feet to Post No. 2; thence south 32 degrees west 750 feet to Post No. 3; minutes west 750 thence .eouth 5s degrees feet to Post No. 4; thence north 48 degrees AO Work Guaraateed, l-- isd west 604 feet to Post No. 5; thence north 58 30 minutes east 750 feet to Post No. 6; thence UTAH.-!- ; north 32 degrees east 750 foet to Post No. 1. EUREKA. the place of beginning. Tttal area of claim 20.21 acres; area in conflict with Lot No. 119 and hereby expressly excluded .08 acres; area claimed and applied for 20.13 acres. From Post No. 5. U. S. M. M. bears north 07 67 degrees 39 minates west 1DT8 feet. -- DEALER IN- Said Parnells Progranie lode location mining claim being of record in the office of the fafinnerw Rnnko Uall Danar Recorder of said mining district at Neph City, J aab County. V tah. The nearest known UiUIIUilblJ) LiUimOj II (111 I Upwl'B locations being the Scotia No. 2, Lot 119. I direct that this not ice be published in the iU TiiVrrc Mines at Eureka. Juab County, Utah Steam Laundry:'??-aoqAgent Troy the newspaper published nearest the said period of ten weeks. mining claim for the BY" RON GROO, Register. J. J. Rogers, Claimant's Attorney. & IFirst publication August 11th, 1803. " ' '- TAILOE MERCHANT . J. P. DRISCOLL?' NOTIONSiETC. J.-A- r gram; rio railroad. Application for Patent. 244. NOTICE NO. United States Land office, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 20th, 1S93. f Notice is hereby given that Charles H. Blanchard. whose postofflce address is Silver City, Juab County, Utah Territory, and Thomas W. Jennings, of Salt Lake City and aforesaid, have made application Territory for a United States Patent for the W est Mammoth mj'ning claim, situate in Tintic Mining District, Juab County, Utah Territory, conlinear feet of the lade and sursisting of &II.1304.412 face ground average feet wide, being Lt)t No. 319 and described in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file ii) this office, with magnetic variation at 17 degrees east,, a follows : Commencing at the discovlode claim,;and ery ,of said West Mammoth thence north 84 degrees, 25 minutes running 2S4 no. 1; thence to north i. defeet east, post gree 47 minutes west 805 feet to post no. 2; thence north 1 degree, 57 minutes west 88.4 feet ,10 post no. 3; thence south 84 degrees 25 minutes west 221.7 feet to post no. 4; thence souvii.,17 degrees 11 minutes west 7(4.2 feet to ft; thence south 3 degrees 59 minutes post no. west 180.8 feet io post no. 0; thence north 84 25 degrees minutes east 495.5 feet to said post no. 1, the place of beginning of the surface bounds, containing 7.79 acres; excluding, however, from this description and application the areas in conflict with Lots Nos. 173, 160, 63 and 104, known as the West Mammoth. No. S, South Mammoth and Hungarian lode claims respectively, containing in the aggregate'2.54l acres. Area claimed and applied for, .249 acres. From Post No. 3 of this claim the. United States Mineral Monument No. 1. hi said Tintic Mining District, bears north I:) (degrees St minutes east 924.5 feet distant, and NW corner of section 30, Township 10 couth, range 2 west bears north 40 degrees. 12 minutes west 2,638.8 feet distant. Said West Mammoth lodo location mining claim being of record In the office of the Recorder of said mining district at Silver City, in Juab Couai.y, Utah. Tho nearest known locations being the Mammoth. South Mammoth. Trail. Golconda. Hungarian, Copperop-oli- s No. 2, atjid the West Mammoth Lot No. 173 lodes. I dire ;t that, this notice be published in the Tintic Mineh at Eureka City, Utah, the weekly newspaper published nearest the said mining claim, for the period of ten weeks. FRANK I). IIOBBS. Register. Jos. Gorllnski, Atty. for Applicants. First publication July 2ih, 1893. lis FR0M0M. .:: c. F. LOOFBOUKOW Commencing May 7th, thel "Rtov Grande Western and Denver & Grande Will inaugurate a daily train' service, unsurpassed, consisting elegant day coaches, chair cars,,id Pullman sleepers. Train number 2 will leave Ogdvn 7:00 a. m., Salt Laka 8:03 a. m., arriving at Denver 7:45 &t in. next morning, connecting witli Burlington and Rode Island World's Fair Fast FJyqrs. Train numlser; 4, will leave Ogden:15 p. m., Salt Lake 7:20 p. m., arriving at Denver 9:10 pt m., next day, connecting at' Pueblo with Rock Island and Missouri Pacific and at Denver with Burlington triini for all points east; giving an'oppofj tunity of viewing the magnificent and world famous cenery of the Denver & Rio Grande.between Grand JUnctjoa and Denver by day light. Take jthijji route and have a comfortable, speedy, wonderfully interesting trip. sJi J. SnOTAVELI General Agent v Salt Lake' City S. K. IIOOPEK, W. G. P. & T. A., Denver, Colo. EDREKi 1BERTA OFFICE-Rooms- - Bl'k. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. r.9iv i r.iV.. .' i CARDS. 71,72, 73Commerclal 70, C&I, JAMES EUSTICE, MGR,' WILLIAM KAIIN, & TRAINlS TWO FAST Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. FULL LINE OF aiii Caskets. is EUREKA. UTAH. ' ; SAM HINC jDWARD PIKE, Attorney at Law and C. , to-wl- EVERYTHING NOTICE NO. 2517. S. - Office In New Court House, Q LAUNDRY. Commissioner. Eureka. M. THACKSTON. Attorney Office at Union Washing and Ironing equal to Tffij t-Law, Drug Store Steam Work - EUREKA, N. -a- UTAH. EUREKA, . A. ROBERTSON. With Bennett. Marshall & " Bradley. MIXING LAW A SPECIALTY. 163 S. Santa Fe Routs.'' Main St.. Salt Lake City. ip C.BAILEY, Attorney -a- Are You Going To the World's t-Law, Patents and Land Office Business a Specialty Salt Lake City, Utah. VOAH A . UTAJL Fair? If so, don't fail to secure your tichets reading W. McCUUYSTAL, i RIO GRAXDE WESTEIlfOlO-I- t A DO MIDLAND, ATCHISON. TOREK A AND SANTA FE Office in Tint ic Mercantile Co.s store. RAILWAYS, F. 0. Horn. C. B. Markland, Tiet only lino running Tillman fWyln Tie Oros Notnry Public CoMi f Samplini woen Ogden, Salt Lake City and ( y cugo without change. caw-be- oris. Works Op. U. P. It. Depot. Ofllce 123 Main Street. carefully sampled and sold at highest market price. Ret urw. jnado on day of sale. Consignments solicited. Address The Conkling Sampling- Works, P. O. Pox 942. Salt, Lake Cltv, Utah. HIE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LINE. EQUIPMENT UNSURPASSED. SCENERY UNEQUALLED""" VIA GLEKWOOD SPRINGS. Train loaves Practical Bricklayer. Rio Oraed S!t LakeCltr. at WO - ASHEIi MDDLEC0ME, hi- - 5Uin htrcH. II. 7:10 C. . Poolr nulldlng. Ticket etflco, BURNETT. Gon. ArU 305 TVetrrr T?pot, m. Pbs. Dopt.. Slt Lake City, TtnK Do you use, coal? If m, why pay $7.f0 when you canb&y a better articie for $7 at the Tintlc Mercantile Ox 2000 pounds to the ton. Very respectfully, . Tintic Mercastilb Co. Chimneys a Specialty, ToRent. One limits. tTLears orders at the Mines office. 3'iiro at Eurek Dnis Store. " Ea. ) ( '