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Hans Ilassell, the Mammoth sa loon man, returned from a visit to the Word's Fair this week. He is full of the wonders of the White THE TINTIC MINER. Published every Friday momis by NEWMAN H. MIX. City. e Entered at the at Eureka, Utah, for transmisuLon through the mails as second. Post-offic- ,las8 matter. Chas. O. Veness, representing & O., Bartlett Hibbard, Spencer, . PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE. One year.. ix months ,.t3.00 , I 75 , Three months If not paid In advance: One year, (months, $2.85 ; three niontLa. II .60, 1 M 00 six OO; of Chicago; Wm. Stout, of Nephi and J. H. Dewey, of Salt Lake, were guests of the Eureka Hotel Friday. afternoon train. W. B. Kennedy is suffering from a p. m. a. in. severe case of "lead," contracted in :40 6.30 Silver City 8:1ft 7:00 the Beck. Last Saturday he went to ..Eureka 7:00 8:0fi ...Oosben St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake, and a 8:2 ,..6:40 Santaquin A:23 8:40 ..Payson letter was received yesterday, saying Jb.bi Spanish Fork D:00..., Leaves. he would return home tomorrow. Arrives 9:33 Springville...,,..5: 5:21 Provo Leaves. p. m. a. m Arrives, 8:43.. 10:Utt 10:12 10:45 11:05 American Fork. Lent ..' Steve Lossman was arrested in Ogden Tuesday, at the instance of Callaway, Hoock & Co. of Salt Lake, for attempting to leave the territory to the detriment of his creditors. He was brought back .4:57 4:57 ...Bingham Jc..,. ..4:20 4:00 Salt Lake..,. . MAILS " ' Silver City and Mammoth closes at lHOO 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 points at 11 :00 a. ni. General delivery open from 8 a. in. to 7:30 to Salt Lake Wednesday, paid up, p. in. Money order and registry window from 8 a. wag released and proceeded on his m. to 6 p. m., and from 6:30 to 7:;K) p. m. Sunday General delivery from lJUilO & ni. way to California. . to 12:30 p. m. Jas. P. Dkiscoll. P. M. ... Tirsrric x Addltlopal Cripple Creek Service. rov r. Wm. Hatfield returned from Tuesday. c. c. Sllffler went to the capitol on today's mail. 11. G. Wilson went to Salt Lake on yesterday's mail, James Tucker and Morris Lyons, were in Salt Lake yesterday. Chi-icag- Commencing May 1st the Colorado Midland railway will put on and run daily thereafter additional suburban trains to accommodate Cripple Creek and Florissant business, as follows: WESTBOUND. Lfijive Colorado Springs Arrive Divide.: ,, .. 8:10 a. m, .. 9:35 a. in, ...10:02 a. m, . . Florissant., EA9TBOCND, Leve Florissant..,, " Divide Arrive Woodland Park Leave Woodland Park Arrive Colorado Springs " . ., .. .. Pueblo Denver a. m. a. in, a. m, a. in, J:0l);).m, .10:40 .11:10 .11 :;Ki .11:50 . ' " . . 5::S0 o. in fi:00p. m This arrangement gives a conven Bingham, a Kansas City ient and rapid service into and out of Cripple Creek. traveling man, Sundayed here. Have your prescriptions fllLed at the Misses Harryman and Wheeler, Eureka Drug Store. of Mammoth, visited the Misses Go to the Eureka Drug Store for Taylor Wednesay. medicines of any kind. F. J. , Deputy Sheriff Scott and Frank Paints, oils, varnishes, brushes, etc. Euukka Drug Stoke. Hyde were Salt Lake visitors on Two good second hand cook stoves Wednesday. for sale at the Eureka Tin Shop. . r C. M. Thackston and Noah For fine Cigars and fresh Con are in Salt Lake on legal fectionery try business. "The Eureka Fruit Store," Lower Main Street. Fred Simon returned tohis home Best meals in town at the Keystone in Mammoth last Monday, from a Restaurant. Mc-Oiryst- al trip to Chicago. Ed. Loose came up from Provo Saturday, and returned on the Pathfinde? Wednesday. , Mrs. , Dr. P. A. Skinner, of Texarkana. Arkansas, is an enthusiast in the praise of Chamberlain's Tain lialrn. lie used it for rheumatism, and says: "I found it to be a most excellent local remedy." For sale by Eurska Drug Store. II. Jimerson, of Mammoth, Fresh fish and oysters always on is visiting her sister,, Mrs, R. G. hand at the "Eureka Fruit Store" Lower Main street. Wilson, of the Eureka Hotel. "During my term of service in the L. E. Riter, of Silver City and array I contracted chronic diarrlwa," A. E. IJendig, of Halsey, Oregon. lion Wheeler, of Mammoth, re- says "Since then I have used a great turned Monday from a fortnight's amount of medicine, but when f found any that would give nie relief they visit to Chicago. would injure my stomach, until ChamColic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Miss Ada Scott, of Silver City, berlain's was Remedy brought to my notice. I attended the Firemen's Ball Friday used it and will say it is the only remedy that gave nie permanent relief night, and was the guest of Mrs, and no bad results follow." For sale Geo. Moore. by Eureka Drug 'Store. A slight accident to the engine of the Union Pacific mail train caused a delay at this station of area an hour Wednesday. Dan Clay and E. J. Dimmick .came down from Salt Lake Wednesday on business connected with their mining interests. Notice of Forfeiture, To J. Gable, your heirs and nsslgmsj Vou are notified that the undersigned, as owners of an undivided interest in each of the following described mining claims, have expended two hundred dollars In labor and Improvements upon the Bessarabia lodo milling claim, located December 10, 1S03 and 1200 In labor and Improvements upon the Dutch Empire or Dutch Empire lode mining claim, located December 12. IS!), bo th claims being in Tintic Mining Dist rict, Juab County. Utah, HvO during and for each of the years. A. I). ltflt und ISfe, upon and for each of said two claim, io order to hold said claims respectively under and ill required by the provisions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, nd an and for the annual work and improvement required by law to be done for said years resectlvely: that your proportion thereof Is tofl.GGS for each claim respectively, tU.Xil4 for each claim for each of nald sild two yearn, and that upon your failure o contribute find pay to the undersigned your proportion f such upon either of m id expenditures an claims, before tho expiration of) days from and after this notice by publication, to-- it : before the expiration of 00 days from and after the full W day term of the ptiblicaUonof tLU notice, your Interest In each of said two cUlms a to which you fll, as aforesaid, to contribute and pay your proportion vf such expenditures will become forfeited to and tho property of tho uudeisigneii, under sa4 section 2324. This notice will be pubW. D. Mtfhs. lished for W days. to-w- it; John Mechrystal and wife took Wednesday morning's Rio Grande train for California, where they will spend some weeks. 1 The i);ay checks for September were received at the Beck on Tuesday, and the hearts .of the men made glad thereby. FOR SALE CHEAP. A well house and furniture, built, in good Jocation, part time. Apply to C. F. Spilinan. in .-i N. A. Robertson, the Salt Lake ittorney, is here today looking matter of restraining the collection of the special schopj ,ta. af-jtl- ie United States Land Office, Salt Lake City. Ulan, October lSih, 103. f Notice is hereby Riven that the Tintic Minim? and Milling Company, a I'tah corporation, w ith its principal place of business at Salt Lake City, Utah, has made application for United States Patent for the Silver Moon mining lode location, situate in Tint ic Mining District, Juab County, Utah Territory, consisting of 207 linear feet and 200 feet in width of surface ground shown on the plat, of said claim posted on the ground, being Mineral Survey No. 2953 and described in the tieid notes of the official survey on file in this office with magnetic variations at 10 degrees, :10 minutes east as follows, Commencing at the northeasterly corner of said claim, at which stands post No. One il), of said claim, thence north 54 degrees and 3! minutes west 200 feet U post No. Two (2.i of said claim, from U. S. Mineral Monument No. 5 bears north 2 degrees and 5 min west i:io6.4 feet, from which corner on west side point also quarter-sectio- n of see 31, twp 10 south range 2 west bears north 46 degrees and 55 ruin west 2007 .4 feet, thence south 40 degrees and 30 minutes west 207 feet to post No. Three (3), of said claim, thence south 54 degrees and 31 minutes east 200 feet to post No. Four (4) of said claim, thence north 40 degrees and 30 minutes east 207 feet to post No. One (1) of said claim being the place of beginning. The discovery point of said lode location is shown upon the plat posted on said claim. The total area of said claim is 1.358 acres all of wheih is claimed and applied for. there being no conflicts. The said lode location is of record in the office of the Recorder of said mining district in the County of Juab, Territory of Utah. The Sunbeam and First Southern Extension of the Sunbeam, Patented ax Lot No. Gt adjoins this claim on the Northeast and the First Southern Extension Sunbeam patented as Lot No. f4 and adjoins this claim on the Southwest. I direct that this notice be published in the Tintic Miner, the newspaper published nearest the said mining aim fur the period of I LIKE." SHORT "CHICAGO THE claim, 20 decrees and 25 minutes east 1020 feet distnnt. Area claimed and applied for 6.615 Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R, acres. No coullicts. The said mining claim being of record in Is tlte only line running Solid Vestibuled. Trains Sleamheated and Electric-Lighte- d the office of the Recorder of said mining at Silver City, in Juab County, Utah. Daily between Chicago and Omaha, The nearest known locations being the South composed of magnificent sleeping cars and the Swansea, being designated as Lot No. 337. I direct tliart this notice be published in the Tintic Minkk, the newspaper published near- The Finest Dining Cars in the World est the said mining claim, tor the period of ten weeks. BYRON GROO. Register. First publication September 22ud. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLAS- !(. S. Application for Patent. to-w- it: A party, consisting of Angus M. Cannon, wife and sister, Captain UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE. Quay le and family, Mr. John Can11:20 a. m. Ar. from Suit Lake.... 2:00 p. in. non, John Beck and A. E. Hyde, Xv. forSalt Lake.. 8:10 p.u Ar. atSalt Lake.... . 11:40a. ni. came down from the city and pa Lv. for Silver City ,, , Ar. from Silver City l:iJ0p. m. took of the hospitality of tW, Beck withLake to mine Tuesday. All but Messrs. Through Coaches and from Salt out change. Shortest Liue and Fastest Fime. Hyde and Beck returned on the Rio Grande Western Time Table. ' No. 9. No 27. No. 10. and :i of Town No. 10 soutli of range no. 3, west, bears north from post no. 3, of said 25 Application for Patent. to-w- lt: Any other Information as to rates of fare, United States Land Office, I etc., will be cheerfully furnished by Salt Lake City. Utah. Sept. 8th, 18!. J. S. Talbot, J. H. Allen, Notice is hereby given that the Swansea Commercial Agt. T. F. & P. Agent. 15 West Second South, Salt Lake City. ' Mining Company, a corporation of Utah, by Theron Geddes, its Secretary, Treasurer and whose residence and post-ofiiAttorney-in-Fac- t, H0DGINS & YOUNG, address is Salt Lake City, Utah, has made application for a United States Patent for the Swansea Lode Mining Claim Consolidated, consisting of the Mountain Chief, North Swansea and East Swansea lode locations, situated in Tintic Mining District, JuAll Work Guaranteed. ab County, Utah, being 1,306.1, 1,500 and 1.306.1 UTAH. linear feet of said lodes respectively in the EUREKA. order above named, and surface ground therewith as shown by the official plat filed herein, being United States Mineral Survey No. 2.955. Utah Land District, and described DEALER IN in the Held notes and plat of the official sur it vey on tile in this office, as follows, Commencing at post no. 1, a corner of the Stationery, Books, Wall Paper4 M. M. S. No. bears claim, from which U. north 78 deg 50 min east 6,414.3 feet distant. ICTC. and running thence south 77 degrees 48 min Steam Laundry. Troy Agent no. 2; thence north utes west. 200 feet to post 6 degrees 22 minutes west 1.306.1 feet to post no. 3; thence north 77 degrees 48 minutes east DENVER GRANDE & RIO 200 feet to post no. 4; thence south 77 degrees 55 minutes west 423.8 feet to post no. 6; thence north 5 degrees 54 minutes east 1.500 to post no. 7; thence north 77 degrees 55 minutes east 700 feet to post no. 8; thence south 5 degrees 54 minutes west 1500 feet to post no. 5; thence TWO FAST TRAINS. ten weeks. north 77 degrees 55 minutes east 423.8 feet to BYRON GROO, Register. post no. 11, from which the quarter-sectio- n First publication October 20th, 1S!U. coi ner common to and between sections 25 May 7th, the Rio Commencing and 36, township 10 south of range 3 west of the Salt Lake Meridian bears south S8 de- Grande Western and Denver & Rio east 051 feet d ist ant ; thence south 6 de- Grande will inaugurate a daily train Notice of Foreclosure Sale. grees grees 22 minutes east 1.3M.1 feet to post no, service, unsurpassed, consisting of 12; thence south 77 degrees 55 minutes west elegant clay coaches, chair cars and Under and bv virtue of an order of sale and 000 Train number 2 feet to said post no. 1. the place of begin Pullman sleepers. decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of 7:00 a. m., Salt Lake will leave 44.01 Ogden a of area acres, total the First Judicial District Court, of tins coun- ning, containing 8:05 a. m., arriving at Denver 7:45 a. excepting and excluding therefrom ty of Utah, of the Territory of Utah, on the expressly l.!M acres area in conflict with Four m. next morninu, connecting with however Kith day of October, A. D. 1S!I3, in the aboe Aces U. S, M. S. No. 2,('45. the area claimed Burlington and Rock Island World's Johnson entitled action, Fair Fast Flyers. Train number 4 and applied for being 42.71 acres & Co.. the above named plaintiffs obtained a Chief will leave Ogden 6:15 p. m., Salt Lake Mountain said of The point discovery judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale bears north ti degrees 22 minutes west 420 7:20 p. m., arriving at Denver 9:40 p. against II. V. Gear. L. W. Williams, John Mil- feet distant, from a point at the middle of the m., next day, connecting at Pueblo ler and Pougald MeMurphy, partners as H. endline of said location, The dis- with Rock Island and Missouri Pacini F. Gear & Co., J. II. Hyde and Andreas Jen- southerly point of said North Swansea bears and at Denver with Burlington trains sen, doing business as Hyde & Jensen. Eman- covery for all points east; giving an oppor5 degrees 54 minutes east .121.3 feet disnorth uel Kahn, doing business by himself alone a point at the middle of the south- tunity of viewing the magnificent and from tant but doing business under the name and style end line of said location. The discovery world famous scenery of the Denver of Kahn Bros., Fred. J. Kiesel doing business erly of said East Swansea bears north & Rio Grande between Grand Junction 6 deTake this by himself alone under the name and style point 22 minutes west 450.4 feet distant from and Denver by day light. grees of Fred. J. Kiesel & Co.; Kimber L. Barton. a - route and have a comfortable, speedy, endthe middle of the at southerly point William Barton and GeArge Barton, partners wonderfully interesting trip. of said location. as Barton Bros., Fre'k. II. Auerbach and Sam- line of said mining claims being of record S. K. Hoopek, W. J. Shotwell, Each & uel Auerbach, partners as F. Auerbach in the office of the County Recorder of said G. T. & T. A., General Agent, , Bro., defendants, on the 10th day of October, District at Silver City, Juab County, Colo. A. D. 1803. for the sum of Two Thousand and Mining Salt Lake City Denver, Utah." (iG.092.3H) Dollars besides and ninety-tw- o The nearest knownlocationsbeing the West interests, costs and counsel fees, and the fur- Swansea and South Swansea lode claims U. EUREKA UNDERTAKING CO., on insuras U62.50, of sum ther premium paid S. Lot No. 337, and the Four Aces lode claim ance on said mortgaged premises, which said U. S. M. S. No. 2045. JAMES EUSTICE, MGR. decree was. on the Kith day of October, A. I). I direct that this notice be published in the book of in said recorded three judgment 1!, Tintic Minxr, at Eureka, Utah, the newspaCourt, at page 404. 1 am commanded to sell all published nearest the said mining claim, that certain lot or parcel of land, .situate, ly- per for a period of ten weeks. Juin of Kureka and being ing City. County BYKON GROO, Register. ab, Territory of Utah, and bounded and de& Bradley, Attorneys Marshall Bennett. scribed as follows, That lot or parcel for Applicants. of land and the store and office building and First pub, Sept. 15. last pub. Nov. 17. 1803.1 other improvements thereon, situate, lying FULL LINE OF and being on the southerly side of JIain.street in the City of Eureka, County of Juab. TerUUi ritory of Utah, fronting about fifty (50) feet on Main street, and running thence in a southF. LOOFHOUKOW & WILLIAM KAHN, erly direction a distance of about one hun- c. of and dred (100) feet, situated westerly and Attorneys and Counsellors at Lax EUREKA, UTAH. adjacent to the premises of William Hatfield, known as the Hatfield Hotel, and easterly of OFFICE Booms 70, 71,72, 73 Commercial Bl'k. and adjacent to the premists of Charles S A LT L A K F. C I T Y, UTAH. Poynter, formerly used by himself as a meat market. EDWARD PIKE. Public notice is hereby given that on SatIX 1803. Attorney at Law ana 0. S. Commissicner. urday, the ,11th day of November, A. M. of that day. in front of the at 12 o'chx-kEureka. Office in Xew Court House. County Court House door at Nephi. Juab County, I will, in obedience to said order of THACKSTON, sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much Washing and Ironing equal to Troy A 1 1 o ney-at-Lathereof as may be necessary to satisfy said Office at Union Drug Store judgment, with interest, costs and counsel Steam Work fees, to the highest, and best bidder, for cash. UTAH. EUREKA. Octoof loth Dated Dureka, Utah, this day UTAH. EUREKA, JOHN T. SULLIVAN. ber, KU. A. KUliEKTSON. V Sheriff of Juab County. By W. L. Scott. Deput y With Bennett. Marshall Bradley. wherein-Remington- 13. ce IERMT TAILORS - J. P. DRISCOLL to-w- NOTIONS; RAILROAD. , to-w- it: Coins art Castes. SAM HING. LAUNDRY. r w, -:- i MINING LAW A SPECIALTY. 103 S. Application for Patent. NOTIt'K .NO. 2251. United Stales Land Office. ) f Salt Lake City. Utah. Sept. 21, Notice Is hereby given that John E. Ilillea-r- y and John Waterbury Smith, whose postof-flc- e address is SilverCity, Juab County. Utah. Mark K. Howard, whose postoflice address Is Beaver City, Beaver County, Utah and Joseph U. Slater and E. O. Lee, whose post office addre.w is Salt Lake City. Salt Lake County, Utah, have made application for a United States Patent fortlie Four Aces mlningclaini. Situate in Tintic Mining District, Juab Coun ty, Utah Territory, consisting of 1411 linear feet of the lode, and surface grou'id 201.1 feel wide, being Lot. No. 2915 and described in the field in.tt.eH ami plat of the official survey on tile in this oillec, with magnetic variation at. 1(1 degrees 3 minutes cast, as follows: Commencing at l'o.st No. 1. a corner of said claim, thence north 12 degree 4ii minutes east. 1141 feet to post no. 2, a corner of said claim; thence Koutli M degrees and SO minutes east 201.1 feet to post.no. 3, a coi ner of said claim, thence south 12 degrees and 4(i minutes wi s! 1411 feet to post no. 4, a corner of said cla'tn. thence north 3 degrees and 2 minutes wiM 201.1 feel to place of beginning. Post No. 1, a corner of said claim, hears, from the discovery point of said claim, soiilli 12 degrees t'i minute west 250 feet distant; thence norlh S3 degrees and 20 minutes west 100.55 feet distant. United Slates Mineral Monument. No. 4 bears north from I'o,t No. 3 of said claim, 3 degrees and .02 mliiuU east 3t.7r.4) feet T, C. The Quarter corner Kl'.sivn sections no, " To w, Patents and Land Office Business a Specialty Salt Lake City. Utah. W. McCHUYSTAL, TVi Oftico F. tf n-- r Puhllo. i" Tintic Mercantile Co.s store. 0. Horn. The Santa Fe Route." Are You Going BAILEY, ittorney-at-La- 'OAli -:- Main St., Salt Lake City. C. B. Markland. Coiiii MMi ilia. Works Op. U. P. R. Depot. Ollice 12S Main Street. ths World's Fair? If so, don't fail to secure your ticuets reading IHO GTtANDE WESTEItX, COLO llADO MIDLAND, ATCHISOTf, TOl'EKA AM) SANTA FE 11AILWAY8. The only line running Pullman Sleeping cars between Ogden. Salt Lake City and Chicago without change. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LINE. EQUIPMENT UNSURPASSED. SCENERY UNEQUALLED VIA GLENWOOD SPRINGS. Ores carefully sampled and sold at highest Train leaves Rio Ornnde Western Depot, market price. Ketui ns tuadit on day of sale. Salt Lake City, at 7:20 p. m. Ticket o4Hc, Consign men ts solicited. Address SXJ Main Htreet. Th3 Conkling- Sampling Works, P. O. P.ux !!-- '. Salt Lake City. Utah. - I CONHAD IvOPMAS. fD&ty.yf first publication Oct. 20, NOTICE NO. 2250. ASH EH IJIDDLECOME, Practical Bricklayor. II. C. BURNETT, Gen. Agt. l'ttsg. Dept., 305 Dooly Building. Salt Lake City, Utah. If so, why pay can buy a better articl Do you use coal? $7.."0 wlien vou for $7 the 2000 pounds to at Tintic Mercantile Co. the ton., . ... Very respect fullyV;" Tintic AIercakile Chimneys a Specialty, To Rent. One. liouso, 'Leave orders at jlie Mines office, fjuire aj, Eujck Drug Store, Co.