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H THE MERCUR MINER.
Published H Mercur, Utnli'B Orcat Gold Cnrnp. H Subscriptions: H One year 2.E0 j Six months '"0 H Three montliH '5 B Abraham Crawford Killtor H James T. Jakomnn Manager H notice:. H During our nbsenco any business 1 transacted with W. II. I'ecklmm for us H will be O. K. The gentleman will receipt H for n.oney due the office, will take orders H for Job printing, etc. H J air. ex T. Jakenuui, H MunnKer. H EDITOKIAL COMMENTS. H We wish County Attorney W'estervelt H of Suit Lnlu- county succobb In his pros- j ucutlou of the Tomato Catsup compii- H iiIch who have violated the I'ure Food Laws by exposing for tule and Belling Impure catsup. Anyone tending the n- M port of Chemist Harris will wish the same, the stuffs used In the udultern- H tton being something fierce, enough to H force one to exclaim "Oh, Gee!" H The article written by Senator llnnna H In the National Magazine If one.woithy H of notice by the worklngmen of this H country. He reviews the work of labor H federations and ndvocates that eveiy HH man should be treated as a man, and H that every dollar should be treated as a H sacred trust for the good of the nation 1 rich and poor, learned and unlearned. 1 It Ih ha Id Senator Ilanna has the I'res- H Identlnl bee buzzing In Ills bonnet. Would to heaven that more rich men hnd the sume "bee" and would exprem B themselves the same and live up to 1 their statements. H We heartily Indorse the sentiment ex- B pressed by a contemporary relative to John Q. Cannon's uneventful campaign In Carbon county, One would naturally 1 think when John Q. Is making his In- B npectlon of the II ft ceil men there that HBpJ his heaving bosom Is caused by his pa- trlollu feellugH, but this editor has a H 'suspicion that It Is the $15 and some- thing per day he la reviewing that H causes It. The editor may be wrong In H this, but we certainly Insist that It has B gone far enough, and that some ono else besides the State ought to pay this B expense. This farcical performance Is getting Kale. PfJ WONDKUKITi. NICUVi:. Is displayed by many a mini enduring fl pains of accidental Cuts, Wounds, liruises. Iiurns, Scalds, Sore feet or stiff Joints. Hut there's no need for It. Uuck- fl ten's Arnica Halve will kill the pain and cure the trouble. It'n the best Salve on arth for riles, too, 25c, at Mercur Drug Co., druggist. H THE CITY COUNCIL. J The regular meeting was held on Tuesday evening, January 19th, all the Councllmen beng present, J. W. Lee, J Mayor pro tern, presiding. The follow- J ing were appointed; V Council Committees. J I CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS Hryau, J Bennett and Lee. PfJ FIKK AND WATER Dykeman, J Hryan and Hentiett. J SANITATION AND PUI1LIC J WORKS Thayer, Leo and Dykeman. Pkfj STKERTS. ALLEYS AND HRIDOKS I Hentiett. Dykcmiiu and Hryan. Pkfj LICENSES Lee, Thayer and Dyke- J Pkfj CITY I'ROPERTY Lee, Ilennett and J Thayer. J LAWS Thayer. Lee and liennctt. kH FINANCE AND AUDITING Dyke- J man, Bryan and Thayer. J Minutes of January Cth wete read and J approved. W HIUh submitted as follows; A. W. Mll- J ler, $17.00; Scherzluger'o Furniture Co., J $1.00; County Treasuier, for collecting J taxes, JGO.r.l; Washington Rcstnurant, J for relief of poor. Jl.r.r,; outgoing oill- J rers' t'.ilarlcs, $47.40. Moved and xec- J oned that bill of Miller and Scherzlngor ApJ bo allowed and that the remainder lie J referred to finance committee. Carried, J Marshal Crawford reported that, nc- J cording to Instructions of the Council, J he hud got the stoves fixed up. - Treusurer Sewell was Instructed to kpj make demand on outgoing Treasurer for nil the. moneys, papern and books belonging to the city nt once. J i The City Mnrshnl wiu allowed a con. . tlugent fund of $10.00 ifnd Instructed to ! make certain repairs around the city The Council adjourned until Friday night, the 21st. Adjourned Meeting. fl As per adjournment, the Council met Friday evening, the 21st, .Mayor Tuft and all the Councllmen present. The finance committee reported on re- fened hill of Washington Restaurnut and ex-Murshal ShafTor'H 111Ih were nl- lowed. Tho remainder of the ex-oni- B. clals' bills were denied, a they had re- celved pay for the first six duya In 1902 end weie consequently Iwo and a hnlf daysl n debt to the city. The bondt' of Mnrshal Crawford and Trwiruror Sewell were laid before the Council and $16 for the payment of Hume ordered. Communication from Attorney L. L. ' linker relating to suit of Con. Mercur I - against the city was read. The election of Charles Rracken as Assistant Chief of the Fire Department wna npproved by the Mayor nnd Coun- ' ; The auditing committee was Instruct- ed to take charge of the books nnd itudlt them and to employ additional V ainlptance for same If needed. V., The auePtlou of licensing hotels and mV) rooming houses was rofened to tho cnminlttee on licenses. ' The Council adjourned until Tuesday, H February 2nd. H DOMESTIC TROUULES. r It Is exceptional to find a family where there arc no domestic ruptures , occasionally, but these can bo lessened ' by having Dr. King's New Life Pills nround. Much trouble they save by thulr groat work In Stomach and Liver troubles. Tltoy not only relieve you, H ' but cure. Stic, at Morcur Drug Co. drug H "We aro rather late In making enm- mqiit On the very creditable Christmas edition ISHUed by our exchange, tho J 'Ameilonn Eagle" of Murray. Tho '' JAV Chrlstmnit number of the "Lagle Is by far the best edlton evler Issued from that ofllce and we feel safe In saying any other country Journal In the Statu. The edition consists of twenty-four seven-column pages, highly Illustrated nnd containing In the text n resume of the magnificent growth and Impoitnnce of the great Utah Smelting City and Its many Industries and buplncss enter prises. Or tho twenty-four pages six teen are on fine calendered paper and profuse ulth handsome half tones. Ta ken all In all the paper Ifc a mammoth affair to be attempted by a country of fice nnd needed great energy and skill to engineer and work It to a successful climax. We trust Friend Williamson received all the Htpport his worthy enterprlfc deserved. A MARVELOUS INVENTION. Wonders never cense. A machine has been Invented that will cut. poste and hang wall paper. The Held of In ventions and discoveries seems to be unMmlted. Notable among great dlscov erl?3 Is Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It has done a world of good for weak lungs and saved many a life. Thou-nnds have used It nnd con quered Grip, Rronchltls, Piuumnnln and Consumption. Their general verdict Is: "It's the beat and most reliable med icine for throat and lung troubles." Every 60c and $1.00 bottle Is guarantied by .Mercur Drug Co., druggist. Trlnl bottles free. Happenings Around Town. County Attorney Raker cume over from Tooele Monday and returned home Tuefday. The L. I). S. Sunday-school meelM now at 2 o'clock In tho afternoon Instead of 10 a. in. Remember the photograph gallery Is open only on the 10th, 11th, 12th, nth, ltth, 15th nnd ICtli of each month.. Dick Conley of Mercur lodge of Ma sons was elected grand muster last week at the communication held In Suit Lake. The enrd parly given by Mrs. M. L. Teal at her residence was a great suc cess. All enjoyed theimvlves to the ut most. The Mormon church Is working very , hard on a musical recital "Queen Es ther" which will be given by the end n next mouth. Ex-City Treusurer Crane went to Salt Lnke Saturday. It was presumed he wan looking for counsel to attend to his Interests In the coming trial, Keller have those pictures taken next pay duy. You never will look better, perhaps not so well. Joy's gnllery will be open the 10th, lltli, 12th, 13th, 14th, ! 15th nnd lGth. The city hull had a close call from fire the other day. Hilly Roach turned over the stove and but for the timely Inter vention of J. L. Craft a fire would sure ly have ensued. What might have been a very serious accident happened to Mr. Pcdeham. His foot slipped and he stumbled and fell against the window. Ills head was lmdly cut and bled profusely. Ex-City Treasurer Crane has been nrrei'ted on a charge of felony with MIsh Laura Young. Judge Dunlavy i placed his bonds at $f00 and set his trial for Wednesday (today) nt'2 o'clock. Photographer Joy goes to American Fork this week to open a new gallery. Until further notice the gallery at Mer cur will be open for work the 10th, 11th, 12th, Mth, 14th, 1.1th nod 16th of each ' month. Ah Moy, who Is a member of the Chi nese Consulate for Utah, Wyoming nnd Idaho, was In Mercur this week, look ing after the registration of the China men, as according to treaty If they are not registered they con be deported. A very but'y man Is Dr. Thayer these days. On Saturday ho wont to Camp Floyd. When he got home he wan called to tho bedside of Mrs. Peter Rob ertson, whero a baby girl was born, and from thence to Miss Laura Young, who gave birth to a fine baby boy. Mr. Jones, who has been In the em ploy of Stelnmnn's Dry Goods company for nearly a year now, left on Tuesday , for Salt Lake, with his family. The gentlemuu Informed our reporter that he had accepted a position with the Home Telephone company, of which his brother Is manager. On Wodnoydny Mercur wus complete ly shut nut from the outside world. No train, mall or passenger, and no tele phone. Tho ralhntiil was blocked up with snow at the point where the D. it R. O. croises the San Pedro. Tho snow lay In the cut twenty feet deep for half a mile long. Tho trnlumou wero unable to cither push ahead or retreat. Quite n number of men were watch ing the train and scanning each pns FHpger that arrived for several days. At last they were rewarded by the ar rival of J. L. Craft, who Informed them that the Greene Reduction Co. would surely pay off and the dclny had been caused by the Illness of Col. Wlsnale. The young men of Morcur hnd better bo looking out. It i eight years slnco a leap year and the Young Ladles' So clnl club, under the management of Missus Katlo Sullivan and Edna Hop per, Intend to keop thorn busy. A grand leap year ball will be given In tho Opera house Friday night and -the way tho managers are working to make It a success Is a fright. They certainly do serve success. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Connors and family wore among the passengers stalled In tho snowdrift Int't Wednes day. Charley snya when no progress can bo made either way and It looked llko an all-night stay in the snow tho passengers began to make themselves nt home. A bnsket of brend for the Union .Mercantile Co. was tapped and Mrs. Connors furnlohlng tho butter and Jam they all hud a picnic. Shortly aft erwards a large basketful of hnm nnd egg sandwiches was sent to them and they hnd another feast, A train was got to within a hundred yuids of them i ' and they were all either taken to Lchl or Salt Lake, as th!' choose, to wait until Thursday morning, when they were taken through t Mercur. J. A. HAKER VISITS MERCUR. Mr. J. A. Knkcr, a member of the ex ecutive board of tho Western Federa tion of Labor, visited Mercur union, No. 11)9; lust Monday evening nnd gave a very Interesting talk on the state of af fairs In Colorado. Mr. linker hnd the honor of being hauled from a union meeting to the bullpen nnd getting n short time to make himself scarce In the vicinity. Mr, Unker, whose home Is In Krltlsh Columbia, and as a Krltlsh sub ject appealed to the Urltlsh Vice-Consul In Denver, who refused to do anything for him In the nature of an nppeul to the Governor In order to assert his rights under the treaty existing between this country nnd Canadn. The Urltlsh Con sul Is connected with the management of the Argo Smelter compnny, who arc the principal upholders of Pcabody and the owneiB of the Denver Republican, the only paper the men In the bul'pcn nre allowed to read. Mr. Koker's great fault lay In the fact thnt he wnir estab lishing stores on behnlf of the men In Cripple Creek, Victor, Anacondn nnd Goldflcld. The Citizens' alliance have been taught a good lesson there. The union was the means of other people besides the company with Its boarding houses and company stores doing busi ness. On the declaration of the strike thofte same men formed n Citizens' ul llance against the miners. Now the mi ners nre getting their own stores and the alliance men are feeling It the hardest. Mr. Raker has referred his ense to the Urltlsh Ambassador at Washington. D. C, and the outcome will be watched with Interest. SUMMONS. IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DIS trlct Court of the State of Utnh In and for Tooele County. Sarah Short, plain tiff, vs. James A. P. Short, defendant. Summons. The State of Utnh to the Sold Defend ant: You are hereby summoned lo appear within twenty days after the pervlco of this summons upon you, If served within the county In which this action Is biought, otherwise, within thirty days after service nnd defend the nbove en titled action; nnd In case of your failure fd to do, Judgment will be rendered against you according to the demnnd of the complaint, a copy of which Is now on file with the clerk of said court. A. II. DUNLAVY, Atttorney for Plaintiff. Postoulce Address, Mercur, Utah. Flrnt Pub., Dec. 16. 1903. Lnst Pub., Jan. 13, 1904. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. NO. B4C9. Department of the Interior, Lnnd Of llce at Salt Lake City, Utah, December 22nd, 1903. Notice Is hereby given thnt the fol-followlng-named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver U, S. Land Ofllce nt Salt Lake City, Utah, on February 6. 1904, viz.: Hans R. Peterson, II. K. 11884, for the no'4 nwVl and nib neH sec. 33, nnd nwVi nwVi sec. 34, tp. 6 ., r. 2 w., S. L. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cul tlvntlon of said land, viz.: William Sny der and Andrew Park of Fairfield, Utah; Milton Iiennlon and John M Cannon of Forest Dale, Utah. FRANK D. IIORDS, Register. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A UNITED STATES PATENT. M. A. NO. 3769. In the United Stntes Lund OfHee, Salt Lake City. Utah, Dec. 18. 1903. Notice !s hereby given that, In pur suance of the Act of Congress, ap proved Mny 10, 1872, "To promote tho development of the mining resources of the United States," the Dry Canyon Consolidated Mining company, n cor poration of the State of Utnh, having Its principal pluce of business nt Salt Lnke City, Utnh, noting through Its duly uuthorlzed agent nnd attorney, Frank K. Stephens, whose postofflce address Is Salt Lnke City, Utah, claim ing: 1112 linear feet of the Queen of the West No. 2 lode with surface ground MO feet In width. 1112 linear feet of tho Queen of tho West No. 1 lode with surface ground fOO feet In wldtln 1112 linear feet of the Queen of the West lode with Biirfnce ground 415 feet In width. 1500 linear feet of the Keystone lode with surface ground 501.5 feet In width. 1S01.7 linear feet of tho McKlnley mine lode with surface ground 557 feet tn width. 12S9.6 linear feet of the Lucky Roy Mine lode with surfuce ground 557 feet In width. llOl.ii linear ffct of tho Silver Dollai lode with auiface ground 584,9 feet In width. 1479.3 linear feet of the Uncle Sam lode with surface ground 315 feet in width. 1479.3 linear foot of the Admiral Dewey lode with surface ground e00 feet In width. 1479.3 linear fqet of the Queen of the Wout No. 5 lode with surface ground 600 feet in width. 1479.3 llnonr feet of the Queen of the Weit No. 4 lode with surface ground 599.7 feet In width. 14S9.1 linear fuet of the Queen of the West No. 6 lode with surface ground 600 feet In width. 1141.9 linear feet of the Queen of the Wct No. 3 lode with surface ground 600 fc et In w Idth. 1290 linear feet of the Qucon of the Wept No, 7 lode with surface ground 337.6 feet In width. All covering veins, lodes and mineral deposits bearing gold, silver and other precious metals, and all lying and be ing nnd situate within tho Ophtr Min ing District In the County of Tooele and State of Utah, nnd being consolidated as ono group, of claims, Mineral Survey No. 4954. has made application to the United States for a patent for the onld consolidated mining claims comprising all of the above-decrlbed claims, which Is more tully dtscrlbed ns to metes nnd bounds by tho official plat nnd by tho field notes of survey hereof now filed In the office of the Register of the Dis trict of Lands, subject to sale nt Suit Lnko City, Utah, which field notes of surviiy describe the boundaries nnd ex tent of said claim on the surface, with magnetic variation nt 16 degrees 30 minutes east us follows, to wit: Resinning nt corner No. 1, Lucky Roy Mine lode, which Is Identical with cor ner No. 1 McKlnley lode, this survey; whence U. S. M. M. No. 8 bears north 7 degrees 7 minutes east 723.9 feet, (hence south 81 degrees 54 minutes east 12S9.6 feet to corner No. 2 Lucky Riv Mine lode, thlf survey; thence south 8 degrees 6 minutes west 86.1 feet to Un 1-2 Silver Dollnr lode, this survey, thence north 5'J degrees enst 850.3 fcti to corner No. 2 Silver Dollnr lode, this survey; thence south 21 degrees 30 min utes east 607.1 feet to corner No. 3 Sil ver Dollnr lode, this survey; thence south 63 degrees 7 minutes west 1492.8 leet to corner No. 4 Silver Dollar lode, this survey; thence r.orth 21 degrees 30 minutes west 5S6.3 feet to lino 3-4 Lucky Roy Mine lode, this survey; thence north 81 degrecs'51 minutes west 844.3 feet to corner No. 4 Lucky Roy Mine lode, Identical with comer No. 2 McKln ley lode, both of this survey; thence north 81 degreco 64 minutes west 1301.7 feet to corner No. 3 McKlnley Mine lode, this survey; thence north 8 degrees 0 minutes cast 657 feet to corner No. 4 McKlnley Mine lode, on line 2-3, Key stone lode, both of this survey; thence north 81 degrees 61 minutes west 537 feet to corner No. 3 Keystone lode, till survey; thence north 8 degrees C min utes cast 501.5 feet to corner No. 4 Key stone lode, this survey; thence south 81 degrees 54 minutes enst 657.1 feet to corner No. 3 Queen of the West lode, this survey; thence north 8 degrees 6 minutes enst 415 feet to corner No, 4 Queen of the West lode, Identical with corner No. 2 Queen of the West No. 1 lode, both of this survey; thence noith 8 degrees 6 minutes east 600 feet to corner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 1 lode. Identical with corner No. 2 Queen of the West No. 2 lode, both of this survey; thence north 8 degrees 6 min utes enst 600 feet to corner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 2 lode, this survey; thence south 81 degrees 64 minutes cast 1112 feet to corner No. 4 Queen of the West No. 2 lode, on line 1-2 Queen of the West No. 4 lode, both of this sur vey; thence north 8 degrees 6 minutes enst 499.7 feet to corner No. 2 Queen of the West No. 4 lodo. this survey; thenco south 81 degrees 64 minutes east 417.2 feet to line 1-2 Queen of the West No, 6 lode, this survey; thence north 47 degrees 38 minutes west 1211.4 feet to corner No. 2 Queen of the West No. 6 lode, this survey; thence north 42 de grees 22 minutes cast 600 feet to cor ner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 6 lod. this survey; thence south 47 degrees 3tf minutes east 14S9.1 feet to corner No. 4 Queen of the West No. 6 lode this survey, on line 2-3 Qucon of the West No. 3 lode, this survey, thence north il degrees 22 minutes enst 731.1 feet to corner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 3 lode, this survey; thence south 47 de grees 38 minutes east COO feet to cor ner No, 4 Queen of the West No. 3 lode, this survey, on line 2-3 Queen of the West No. 7 lode; thence north 42 de grees 22 minutes enst 656.9 feet to cor ner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 7 lode, this survey; thence routh 8 degrees 6 minutes west 599,7 feet to corner No. 4 Queen of the West No. 7 lode, this sur vey; thence south 42 degrees 22 min utes west 1290 feet to corner No. 1 Queen of the West No. 7 lode, this survey. Identical with corner No. 4 of the Queen of the West No. 4 lode and with cor ner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 5 lode, both of this survey; thence south 8 degrees 6 minutes west 600 feet to cor ner No. 4 Queen ofthe West No. 5 lode, this survey. Identical with corner No. 3 Admiral Dewey lode, this survey; thenco south 8 degrees 6 minutes west 600 feet to corner No. 2 Admiral Dewey lode, this survey. Identical with corner No, 4 Uncle Snm lodo, this survey: thence Fouth 8 degrees 6 minutes west 315 feet to corner No. 3 Uncle Snm lode, this survey; thence north 81 degrees 54 minutes west 1479.3 feet to corner No. 4 Uncle Snm lode, this survey. Identical with corner No. 2 Queen of the West lode, this survey; thence north 81 de grees 54 minutes west 169.1 feet to cor ner No. 1 Keystone lode, this survey, on line 2-3, Queen of the West lode, this survey; thence south 8 degrees 6 minutes west 601.5 feet to eornor No. 2 Keystone lode, this survey, on line 1-4 McKlnley mine lode, this survey; thence south 81 degrees 54 minutes enst 258.7 feet to tho place of beginning. Containing n totnl nrea of 229.694 ncres. from which are deducted con flicting arens as follows, namely: Acres. Silver Dollnr lode, this survey.... 2.536 Lot No. 84 Mahogany No. 2 lode.. 0.157 Lot No. 154 Mark Antony lode.... 12.495 Queen of the West No. 4 lode, this survey 3.41S Mnklngn totnl of 18.606 Leaving the net area of the lode claim 211.089 The areas In conflict with lot No. 84 Mnhogany No, 2 lode and lot No. 154 Mnik Antony lode are not claimed. Notices of location of all of said min ing claims comprising said group being of record In the office of tho Recorder of Tooele County, at Tooeje City In the County and State aforesaid, the pre sumed general course or direction of the said veins, lodps and mineral de posits being ehown on the said plat as near as can bo determined from pres ent developments, this claim being for tho number of linear feet of each lodo together with surfnee ground Bhown upon the offlclnl pint, aniLas herein de scribed. The nearest known locations being the Mahogany No. 2 lodo mining claim lot No, S4, the Mark Antony lode mining claim lot No. 154, the Rover lode mining claim survey No. 3478, the Occident lode mining claim lot No, 103, tho Herchol lode mining claim lot No, 112, the Swansea lode mining claim Lot No, 10G and tho Homcstake lodo min ing claim Lot No. 94, all of the said claims being so designated on the old clal plat. Said claims are situated In unsurveyod township 5 south, range 4 west. Any and nil persons claiming adverse ly the mining ground, veins, lodes, premises, or any portion thereof so de scribed, surveyed, platted and applied fot, nre hereby notified that unless their ndverse claims nre duly filed as accord ing to law and the regulations there under within tho time prescribed by law with tho Register of the United States Land Ofllce nt Salt Lake City, in tho county of Salt Lake, State of Utnh, they will bo bnrrod by virtue of the provisions of said statute. I hereby direct that this notice be published In tho Morcur Miner nt Mer cur, Tooele county, State of Utah, the newspaper published nearest to the said mining claims, for a period of nine con secutlyo weeks.' FRANK D, HORBS, Register. ''rKi . , Dr. L. G. Thayer, f PHYSICIAN AND Y aunQEON .... Main Street. Mercur. I f DR. F. M. DAVIS, f PHY8IOIAN AND X Y aunaeoN 4- I Stockton, - - Utah. I T MONiJ, "'HOB 1398 Z. ' T I MS. 1824 Z. ? . . I Dr. Samuel II. Allen, :: 48 T IMBST MOUTH, '.'. 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