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VOL. IX. MEKOUH, UTAH, AVEDNESJDAY, FBBRUAHY 3, 1004. NO. 5. I
! (f Time Table.
i 'San Pedro, Los Angeles and
Salt Lake Railroad.
LvSalt Lake City 7:30
Lehl Junction 8:40
Cedar Fort 9:15
ArMercur (S. L. & M.) 10:45
I.. v Five Mile Pass 9:43
Rush Valley 10:05
Del Monte 10:20
, Doremus 10:40
Roultcr Summit 10:50
Tlntlc Junction 11:15
XiVTlntlc Junction 12:15
Roultcr Summit 12:35
Del Monte 1:15
Rush Vallev 1:33
Five Mile Pass 2:00
Lv Mercur (S. 1. & M.) 2:10
Cedar Fort 3:45
Lehl Junction 4:30
Trains nt Salt Lake mnke direct con-
-ArSalt Lake City C:35
Ructions for all points north nnd east.
E. W. GILLETT.
General Passenger Agent.
J. L. MQORE,
13.VLT LAKE & MERCUR TIMECARD
-Airlve 10:45 Mercur 2:10 Leave
Leave 10:30. ...Summit Jet.. ..2:25 "
10:00.... Manning ....3:02 "
9:35.... Fairfield ....3:24 Arrive
J O. JACOBS, Gen, Manager.
Suit Lake City.
AN EARLY RISER.
A strong, henlthy, actlvo constitution
depends largely on the condition of tins
1 liver. The famous llttlo pills known an
DoWltfa Little. Early Risers not only
i cloniiBo the system, but they strength
en tho action of the. liver and rebuild
l the tissues supporting that organ. LIN
IjF ly certnln to produce results thnf 'tire
wallsfuctory In all cases. Sold by
r Mercur Meat and Gro. Co. nnd M. E
Mercur Drug Co., Mercur, Utah.
UTAH'S GREAT GOLD CAMP.
What Others Have to Say of Mercur,
ICON. MERCUR'S BIG IMPROVE
MENT. From tho Deseret News.
t In Mercur, the home of the great Con
solidated Mercur mlnen, the IniiKirtnnt
events of the year were the change
mado In the methods of treating the
t slltney ores nt the Consolidated Mercur
mill and tho equipment of the Sacra
mento mill with retorts for the tieatment
of the clnnebar ores which exist In lame
quantities in the Sacramento mine.
There was some mining done In n small
way on other properties In the Camp
Moyil district, mainly by lease.
Some development work has been
conducted at the Ingot with favorable
results. The probabilities are that the
quicksilver ores found there will bo
productive of considerable revenue In
the near future,
CAUSE FOR APPREHENSION.
It became apparent to the manage
ment of the Consolidated Mercur early
In tho year thnt owing to the ores of
that bonanza becoming more slltney a
change In treatment wns n necessity,
the tailings showing a constnnt Increase
iUi. p. the oIa method of reduction. In
JnXi .t.h0 tn,,lnBs averaged 95 cents. In
1902 they ran up to $1.19, while during
the six months prior to. May 1st last
, the average was still higher, $1.30 to the
ton. During the succeeding months a
leBS tonnage was put thiough nnd more
i care exercised In mining, with the re
sult that the average was brought down
to about $1.21.
TREATMENT METHOD CHANGED.
The situation was discussed by the
directors of the company nnd the con
clusion reached to Install the Moore
piocess; nfter conducting n series of ex
perimental tests nnd satisfying Until
. selveH that the process wns nietnllurt
cally a success. Accordingly, Gcor'gt
Moore, the Inventor of the process, was
Instructed to proceed to equip the big
e mill with his new system which the
tests previously mado seemed to Indicate
would overcome the difficulties that had
ueen experienced. The great task wns
undertaken In July, and the recon
structed plant was place' In commission
ubout the llrst of Octobt. last. Metal
lurglcally speaking, the Inltlnl run more
than came up to the expectations of the
management and had It not been for
soma mechanical defects the plant
-would have undoubtedly performed ItB
functions perfectly. Theso troubles
have been practically ac'Jwted, how
ever, nfter n great deal of annoyance to
tho company nnd to Mr. Moore.
In anticipation of the alterations to
the mill, dividends were suspended In
May; but the mine paid during the year
1G cents a share, or $150,000. Slnco the
organization of the present company
thoru has been $700,000 In "velvot"
checked out. Adding to tho above tho
amounts paid by the old Mercur Gold
Mining and Milling company and De
Lamar's Mercur mines, prior to thtlr
consolidation, the grand total of divi
dends derived fiom the properties of the
present company aggregates the sum of
RECORD OF EXTRACTION.
According to the report of Manager
George II. Dern, submitted to stock
oldcrs recently, during the Inst llscnl
year the bullion pioduced was valued
at $l,2S"i,G5G.73, which was the product
of 335.1G3 tons of oie. Hence the ex
traction was $3.84 per ton. Adding the
value of the ore, theiefore. was $5.05.
The e.xpenw of mining wns $1.30, and of
milling $1.CS per ton.
A CURE FOR ECZEMA.
The best physic. "Once tried nnd you
will always use Chamberlain's Stomach
nnd Liver Tablets," says William A.
Glrard, Prnsc. Vt. These Tablets are
the' most ptompt, most pleasant and
most reliable oathaitlc In use. For sale
Mercur Drug Co., Mercur. Utah.
A great many people are, using "San
Has" Instead of wall paper. You can
see samples nt Stelnmnn's.
STOCKTON NEWS NOTES.
From tho Sentinel.
SENTINEL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mlsr. Ilossle Pollard Is visiting her
mother, Mrs. E. Jackson.
Our merchant. Henry Rooth. spent
several days In Snlt Lake City thin
N. A. Scrlbner icports mote snow In
Soldier cnnon than ever befoie while
ho has resided there.
... tV T
"Lii grippe" has had full swny In our
town lately, many of our citizens hnv
Ingr been In hli grasp.
The cold has been '"a terror" the last
wnk. All the water pipes me frozen,
but the tanks ajiove town are full of
The infant daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Alex Maze has been very 111 with
brotuiilnl-pneumonta, but Is at picsent
Miss Dollle Scrlbner, daughter of N,
A. Scrlbner, was operated upotv, liigl
75f her condition were very ftivorfullo.
The building of the two residence
by It. Gundry on Main street Ik being
pushed forwnrd. The demand for rooms
and houses to rent greatly exceeds the
From present Indications Stockton
will be a very lively camp In the near
future. We think the erection liore of
houses to rent will be n very good In
vestment. .. .
Messrs. Hill and Warren, ropiescntn
tivos of the New York Life Insurance
company, have been soliciting business
In our town this week. From all re
ports they were very successful.
Rebckah lodge, Sunshine No. 10, will
give a ball nnd "pie social" February
12th. The price of admission for
indies will be a pie, for gents, $1. The
pics will be sold during the evening to
the highest bidder.
a a a
Dr. F. M. Davis has offc-rcd a gold
lodge pin to the member of Stockton
lodge. No. 35, securing the most appltca.
tlons for membership In that lodge dur
ing tho next six months. Now Brother
Odd Fellows, show your colors,
My baby had Eczema so bad that Us
head was a solid mass of Hc-nns, and Its
hnlr all camo out. I tried many reme
dies, but none seemed to do any perma
nent good until I used DeWltt's Witch
Hazel Salve. The Eczema Is cured, the
scabs are gono and the little one's scalp
is perfectly clean nnd healthy, and Its
hair Is growing beautifully again. I
cannot give too much praise to De
Wltfs Witch Hazel Salve. Frank
Farmer. Hluff City. Ky. In buying
Witch Hazel Salve look out for coun
terfeits. DoWltt's Is the original and
the only one containing pure Witch
Hazel. The nnme E. C. DeWItt & Co.
lii on every box. Sold by
Mercur Drug Co.. Mercur. Utah.
M. E. Urown. Stockton, Utah.
From Stockton Sentinel.
The masquerade ball given by the
minors last Thursday was largely at
tended. There were about thirty
maskers. Miss Kate Gilbert of Tooele,
now visiting with her sister, Mrs. Rca
man. was awarded second prlzo oh
Carrie Nation. E. Ellingworth secured
llrst prize as n clown. Messrs. Houston,
Lcmmon nnd Hnmmond acted as
Judges. Our paper was well represented
by Miss Lizzie Hollow, as was our
neighbor, tho Trnnscrlpt, by Miss Nellie
RELIEF IN ONE MINUTE.
One Mlnuto Cough Cure gives relief In
one minute, because It kills the microbe
which tickles the mucous membrane,
cnuslng tho cough, and nt the same
time clears tho phlegm, draws out the
lnllammatlon and heals and soothes tho
affected partH. One Mlnuto Cough Cure
strengthens the lungs, wards off pneu
monia nnd Is a harmless and never
falling cure in nil curable cases of
Coughs, Coldf. and Croup. One Minute
Cough Cure Is pleasant to take, harm
less nnd good alike for young and old.
Mercur Mont and Gro, Co. and M. E.
1 Mercur Drug Co., Mercur, Utah.
A MOTHER'S RECOMMENDATION.
I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Reme y for n numbcr'fofjyears nnd
have no hesitancy In saying that It Is
the best remedy for codghs.-;colda. 'nnd
croup I have ever used In my" family.
I have not words to express my conn-
donee In thl remedy. MrsTJ. A. Moore,
North StiCr. Mich. Forgalo by
Mercur Drug Co. f "'
THE MINES OrgOPHIR.
From the Deseret News.
For a model mining qamp one needs
to go to Ophlr. It should not bo In
ferred from this that other Utah camps
aro bad, for they arc (lot; tho fact Is
they can all be classed as-models, with
out getting over the, border lines of
truth. Hut Ophlr Is an exceptionally
modest llttlo town, strunj; nlong a. nnr
row canyon, shut In tin nil sides by
precipitous mountains, with tho blue
sklew above the only long-distance view
GOOD CLASS OF CITIZENS.
The citizens of Ophlr, ns a whole, are
refined, and they enjoy life Just about
ns well ns the city folks -do, They have
their own entertainments at the town
hall frequently, but, of course, when
they want to see something big In the
way of theatricals they must come to
Snlt Lake City, tho distance being less
thnn forty miles. - s
SUPT. CLARK'S DIPLOMACY.
The greater portion of the population
derive tlielr livelihood from the Ophlr
Hlll mine, one of tho most productive
In the Stnte, owned by;Senator William
A. Clark of Montana. Tho pleasant
social conditions prevailing In the camp
are due to the care exerclsecfby Super
intendent E. W.' Clnrk In tho 'selection
of employees. Mr Clnrk Is u very good
Judge of human nntuic, and; he con
sumes little time In "sizing up" an ap
plicant for work. The Itinerant miner
is not wanted at all, and when such an
Individual presents himself ho Is uu
aily told In diplomatic style to ' go
down the canyon," thin there nre no
positions vacnnt. MrJjClark'has llttlo
use for men who canript be depended, ,
upon to do their dutjVbut Jith,approaT ,
ates good service, nmljwhenevfr nn-em"
ployee Is worthy of promotion he Is n6t
forgotten nt the opportune-, time 'The
regulation reKnrdingjttlJscirjUne at tho
ophir-uiil ifcve h.ui TtlsplorTdid moral
olt'ect in the 1painp, hr, h rnlght ban
When mu feqj bluqPnflv,thiVteLvefy
thing goes wrong, t iktfit.floljhof.'Cliah.-'
beilalnlH Stomach nndiiLlver ThJJletjL
you n relish fcTr your food and make
you feel that in this bid world Is a good
place to live. For snfe by
Mercur Drug Co. i
M. E. Brown. Stoqkton. Utah.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Salt Lake City, Utah. Dccrmboi
Notice is hereby given that the fol-followlng-numcd
settler has filed notice
of his Intention to mnko final proof in
support of his clnlmf nnd thnt said pioof
v 111 be mado before the Register and
Rf-celvor V. S. Land Office nt Salt Lake
City. Utah, on Februnry C. 1904, viz.:
Hiiiio R. Peterson. II. E. 11S8I, for the
no'', nwi nnd n ne',; sec. 33. nnd nwW
uw',4 tec. 3). tp. C s.. r. 2 w.. S. L. M. He
names the following witnesses to piovc
his continuous residence upon and nil.
t (ration nf wild Innd. viz.: William Sny
der and Andrew Park of Fnlrfleld, Utah;
Milton Hennlon nnd John M Cannon of
Forest Dale. I'tah.
FRANK D. HOURS, Register.
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
M. A. No. S7S5. Notice of application"
for U. S. patent. In the United States
Land Office nt Snlt Ixiko City, Utah.
.Ian. 23, 1901.
Notice Is hereby given thnt In pur
suance of tho act of Congress approved
May 10. 1S72. to promote tho develop
ment of mining renirces of the United
Stntes, the Consolidated Mining com
pany, a corporation of the State of Mis
souri, having its principal office nt the
City of St. Louis, State of Mlssurl. and
having compiled In nil respects with the
laws of tho Stale of Utah i elating to
foreign corporations, by Frank R.
Stephens, Its ngent nnd attorney, whose
poMtolllce nddress is Salt Lake City,
Utah, claiming 1450 feet, linear mea
sure, of the Tomahawk vein, lode or
mineral deposit, bearing geld, silver or
other precious metals, with suifnce
ground 335.0 feet In width, lying, being
and sltunled within the Ophlr Mining
District, County of Tooole, State of
Utah, mineral survey No. 4930. has
made application to the United States
for n patent for tho said mining claim,
which is more fully described ns to
metes and bounds by the official plat
herewith posted, and by the field notes
of survey thereof, now filed In the ollleo
of tho register of the district of lands,
subject to sale at Salt Lake City, Utah,
which field notes of survey describe the
boundaries and extent of snld claim on
the surface with n magnetic variation
ot 1C deg. 30 mln. east, ns follows, to
Ueglnnlng at corner No. 1, which Is
Identical with corner No. 2 of lot No
15S. Eighth of Jnnuady lodo (amended)!
fronm whence U S. M. M. No. 4 bears
south 73 deg. C mln. west 769.3 feet
thence south 15 deg. 9 mln. east 335.G
foot to corner No. 2; thenco north 53
deg. east 1450 feet to corner No 3
thenco north 1G deg. 9 mln. west 335.C
feet to corner No. 4; thenco touth 63
deg. went 1450 feet to coiner No. 1, the
place of beginning; tho said notice of
locntlon of said mining claim being of
record In the office of tho Recorder of
Tooele county at Tooole City, Utah. In
book "H," pages 114-116, as shown by
tho records of John Faunce, District
Recorder of said mining dlstilct, now
on file In the office of the Rocoider of
Tooele county; the presumed gen
eral course or direction of the
said Tomahawk vein, lodo or
mineral deposit being shown up
on the plat posted herewith, as near
as can be determined from present dc
'Vclopuients, this claim being for 1450
linear feet thereof, together with the
wirfacc ground shown upon the official
pint. The nearest known locations be
ing lot No. 110. tho Corning lode; lot No.'
75, Poor Man lode; lot No. 49, Trnfal
gar lode: lot No. 81, Sacramento lode;
lot No. 99, Mountain Gem lode; Ixit No.
44, Chicago No. 2 lode; lot No. C9, Red
Pine lode; lot No. 170, IJurr lode; lot
No. 158, Eighth of January lode, and
lot No. 10.1, the Ruckhorn lode.
The total area of said Tomahawk lode
Is 10.309 acies. fiom which will be de
ducted the area In conflict with:
Lot No. 110, the Corning lode 2.020
Lot No. 75, Poor Man lode 0.2AS
Lot No. 19, Trafalgar lodo 0.CS2
Lot No. SI. Sacramento lode 0.010
Lot No. 99, Mountain Gem lodo ...0.019
Lot No. 41. Chicago No. 2 lode ....0.073
Lot No. 09. Red Pine lode 0.070
Lot No. 170, Hair lodo 0.0CO
Total area In conflict 3.214
Leaving a net area of Toma
hawk lode 7.125
Any anil all pel sons claiming ad
versely the mining ground, vein, lode,
premises, or uny poitlon thereof so do
scilbed, Miivoycd, platted and applied
for, aie hereby notified that unless their
ndvuise claims are duly filed as ac
cording to law and the regulations
thereunder, within the time pi escribed
by law. with the Register of the U. S.
Land Office nt Salt Iike City. County
of Satt Lake, State of Utah, they will
be barred by virtue of tho piovisions ot
I dltcct that this notice be published
In Mercur .Miner of Mercur, Tooele
county. Utah, for a perled of nine con
FRANK D. HOURS.
, First pub. Feb. 3, Inst pub. March 30,
NOTKF. OF APPLICATION FOR A
f IMTED STATICS PAT1CNT.
M. A NO. 3709.
In 'In lulled Stntis Unnd Office, Salt
i. iki ity. I'tsh. Hit. IS. 1H03
Notii ' het..l given that, In pui
eunnn r the rt of Congiees, ap
proved May 10, 1W2, "To piomoto the
doveioniK-it of ,th&. mining reourofl (if
Its pirnclpal'fittrei' 'of business nt Salt
Lake City. Utah, noting through Its
duly nuthorlzud ngent and attorney.
Frank 1J Stephen, whoso pustofflfv
uddress is Salt Lake City, Utah, claiming-
1112 linear feet of the Queen of the
West No. 2 lode with surface ground
600 feet lu width.
1112 linear feet of the Queen of the
West No. 1 lode with suifaco ground
TOO feet 111 Width.
1112 linear feet of the Queen of the
West lode with surface ground 415 feet
1500 linear feet of the Keystone lode
with surface groin .' D01.G feet In width
1.101.7 linear feet cf tho McKlnloy mine
lode with surface giouud 557 feet In
12S9.C linear feet of the Lucky Roy
Mine lode with surface ground G57 feet
1493. C linear feet of the Silver Dollar
lode with surface ground GS1.9 feet In
14iU.:i linear feet ot tho Uncle Sam
lode with surface giouud 315 feet In
1479.3 linear feet of the Admiral
Dewey lode with surfucc ground COO feet
1479,3 linear feet of the Queen of the
West No. G lode with surface ground
COO feet lu width.
1479.3 linear feet of the Queen of the
West Ni. 4 lode with surface ground
G99.7 feet lu width.
1IS9.1 linear feel of the Queen of the
West No. C lode with surface ground
COO feet lu width.
1141.9 linear feet of the Queen of the
West No. 3 lode with surfaco ground
COO feet In width.
1290 linear feet of the Queen of the
West No. 7 lode with surface ground
237. C feet In width.
All covering veins, lodes nnd mineral
deposits bearing gold, silver and other
precious metals, and all lying and be
ing nnd situate within the Ophlr Min
ing District In the County of Tooele and
State of Utah, and being consolidated
as one group of claims. Mineral Survey
No, 4954. has mado application to the
United States for n patent for the said
consolidated mining claims comprising
all of the above-described claims, which
is more fully described as to metes nnd
bounds by the official plat and by the
field notes of survey hereof now filed
In tho offlco of tho Register of the Dis
trict of Lands, subject to sale at Salt
Lake City, Utah, which Held notes of
survey describe the boundaries and ex
tent of said tialn. on tho surface, with
magnetic variation nt It degrees 30
minutes east as follows, to wit:
Reglnnlng nt corner No. 1, Lucky Roy
Mine lodo, which Is identical with cor
ner No. 1 McKlnley lode, this survey;
whence V, S. M. M. No. 8 bonrs north
7 degrees 7 minutes east 723.9 feet,
thence south 81 degrees G4 minutes east
1289.0 feet to corner No. 2 Lucky Roy
Mine lode, thltf survey; thence south 8
degrees C minutes west 8C.1 feet to linn
1-2 Silver Dollar lode, this survey,
thence north 51 degrees east SG0.3 fee1,
to corner No. 2 Silver Dollar lode, this
survey; thenco south 21 degrees 30 min
ute's cast C07.1 feet to corner No. 3 Sil
ver Dollar lodo, this survey; thence
south G3 dogreos 7 initiator, west 1492.8
(oet to corner No. 4 'Silver Dollar lodo
this survey; thence, north 21 degrees 30
minutes west GSC.3 feut to line 3-4 Luoky
Roy Mine lode, this survey; thoncu
north SI degrees 54 minutes west S14.3 H
font to corner No. 4 Lucky Roy Mine H
lode, Identical with corner No. 2 McKIn-
ley lodo, both of this survey; thenco .H
north SI degrees Gl minutes west 1301.7 H
foot to coiner No. 3 McKlnley Mine lode,
this survey; thenco north 8 degrees 0
minutes cast G57 foot to corner No. 4
McKlnley Mine lode, on line 2-3, Key- H
stone lode, both of this suivey; thenco H
noith 81 degrees G4 minutes west G57
feet to corner No. 3 Keystone lode, this H
survey; thence north 8 degrees C mln-
utes east 501. G feet to corner No. 4 Key-
stone lode, this survey; thence south 81 f
degrees 54 minutes east G57.1 reel to H
corner No. 3 Queen of the West lode.
this survey; thenco north 8 degrees 6 H
minutes onst 415 feet to corner No. 4 H
Queen of the West lode, Identical with
corner No. 2 Queen of the West No. 1
lode, both ot this survey; thence north M
8 degrees C minutes east COO feet to
corner No. 3 Queen of tho West No. 1
lode, Identical with corner No. s Queen
of the West No. 2 lode, both of this
survey; thence north 8 degrees 0 mln- H
utes east COO feet to corner No. 3 Queen D
of the West No. 2 lode, this survay: V
thence south 81 degiecs 64 minutes east HI
1112 feet to corner No. I Queen of tho H
West No. 2 lode, on line 1-2 Queen of M
the West No. I lode, both of this stir-
vey; thenco north 8 degrees G minutes 1
east 499.7 feet to corner No. 2 Queen of H
the West No. 4 lode, this survey; thenco M
south 81 degrees Gl minutes east 417.2 M
feet to line 1-2 Queen or the West No. M
C lode, this survey; thenco north 47 M
degrees 38 minutes west 1211.4 feet to M
corner No. 2 Queen of tho West No. f 1
lode, this survey; thence north 42 do- H
glees 22 minutes east COO feet to cor- H
tier No. 3 Queen of the West No. C lode. 1
this survey; thence south 47 degrees 33 M
minutes cast 14S9 1 feet to corner No. M
4 Queen of the West No. G lode this H
survey, on line 2-3 Queen of tho West M
No. 3 lodo, this survey, thence north i H
degrees 2J minutes east 731.1 feet to H
corner No. S Queen of tho West No. 3 H
lode, this survey; thenco south 47 do- H
grees 38 minutes east COO foot to cor- H
tier No. 4 Queen of the West No. 3 lode, H
this survey, on Hue 2-3 Queen of tho H
West No. 7 lode; thence north 44 do- H
gnes 22 minutes east GGG.9 fet to cor- H
iter No. 3 Queen of tho West No. 7 lode. H
this survey: theme routh s degrees 6 H
.ninnies west 5B 7 feet to corner No, 4 H
'iueen of the Wt st No. 7 lode, thin nur- H
vey; thence south 42 degrees 22 mln- H
tes west 1290 feet to rorner No. 1 Queen H
of the West No. 7 lode, this Burvey, H
identical with rorner No. 4 of tho Queon H
of the West No. 4 lode nnd with cor- H
jytr No. 3 Queen gf ihaWcsi, No. G lode. vi M
1pJlof AhlsfsucVeOTlionieflitouth 8 tfH
jeiVfcfica, C lalnutdB wQHt.CQOftet-to'W- &ril
fhlsTnTrWyridrnliailh-rTuTFNofsa rwv H
Admiral Dcwvy lode, this survey; H
thence routh 8 derroen G minutes wo.u H
600 feet to corner No. 2 Admiral Dewey H
lode, this survey. Identical with corner H
No. 4 Uncle Snm lode, this survey; H
thence south R degrees 6 minutes west H
fl.1 feet to corner No, 3 Uncle Snm lode, H
this survey; thenco north 81 degrees 51 JM
minutes west 1479.3 feet to corner No. 4 H
Undo Snm lode, this survey, Identical H
with corner No, 2 Queen of tho West H
todc. this survey; thence north 81 do- H
grees G4 minutes west 1C9.1 feet to cor- H
ner No, 1 Keystone lode, this survey, H
on line 2-3, Queen of the West lode, H
this survey; thence south 8 degrees 6 H
minutes west 601. 6 feet to corn or No. H
2 Keystone lode, this survey, on lino H
1-4 McKlnley mine lode, this survey; H
thence south 81 degrees G4 minutes east H
258.7 feet to tho plnco of beginning. H
Containing n totnl area of 229.634 H
acres, from which nre deducted con- H
Dieting areas as follows, namely: H
Silver Dollar lode, this survey.... 2.G3G H
Lot No. 84 Mahogany No. 2 lode.. 0.157 H
Lot No. 151 Mark Antony lode.... 12.495 H
Queen of the West No, 4 lode, H
this survey 3.4IS H
Making a total of 18. COG ,r H
Leaving the net area of the H
lode claim 211.089 jH
The areas In conflict with lot No. 84 H
Mahogany No. 2 lodo nnd lot No. 15( M
Murk Antony lode arc not claimed. H
Notices of location of nil of said mln-
Ing claims comprising said group being M
ot record In the office of the Recorder M
of Tooele County, at Tooeje City lu the H
County nnd State aforesaid, the pre- M
sumed general course or direction ot M
the said veins, lodes and mineral dc- 1
posits being shown on the said plat as H
near ns can be determined from pros- H
ent developments, this claim being for H
the number of linear feet of each lodu H
together with surfaco ground shown M
upon the official plat, and ns herein da- M
scribed. The neniest known locutions M
being the Mahogany No. 2 lode mining M
claim lot No. 84, tho Mark Antony lode m
mining claim lot No. 154, the Rover M
lodo mining claim survey No. 3478, the M
Occident lode mining claim lot No. 108, H
tho Horchol lode mining claim tot No. M
112, the Swansea lodo mining claim Lot H
No. 10G and the Honiestake lode mln- M
Ing claim Lot No. 91, all of tho said H
claims being so designated on thu olll- IH
clal plat. Said claims aro situated In H
uusurvcyed township G south, rango 4 H
Any and all persons claiming adverse- M
ly the mining ground, veins, lodes, B
promises, or nny portion thereof so de- H
scribed, surveyed, platted nnd applied M
for, nic hereby notified that unless their M
adverse claims are duly filed as accord- M
Ing to law and the regulations there- M
under within the time proscribed by H
law with tho Register of the United M
States Land Office at Snlt Lnko City, In M
tho county of Salt Lake, Stnte of Utah, M
they will be burred by virtue of the M
provisions of said statute. H
I hereby direct that this notice bo H
published in the Morour Minor at Mor- M
cur. Tooele county, State or Utah, tho M
newspaper published nearest to the said H
mining claims, for a period of nine con- M
scoutlvo weeks.' M
FRANK D. HOOUS, R