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ffuteka fflaila ScnUntl. TRAVELERS’ GUIDE._ Eureka and Palisade RAILROAD. NEW AKKANUESCBNTH. On and after March 9, ’85, TRAINS Far PMseifer*. Mails. B* press and Freight Will eave Eureka on MONDAYS, WEDNES DAYS and FRIDAYS, (On Pacific Standard time) aa follow*; Leave Eureka at.IODOJa. if. Arrive at Palisade at.tflO *• a. Making connection with Bast and West Bonud Trains of the Central Paelfle Mallroad. Returning, will leave Palisade on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. Leave Palisade at.10:00 a. w, Arrive at Bnreka at.4O0p. it THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT ....AT.... HAMILTON, WARD. PIOCHE, TYBO, BELMONT in all point* loath, by team*, with ear and dlipateh, and at the loweat rate*. B. GILMAN, General Snp’t. NEVADA STAGE Carrying C. 8. Mails and Wells Fargo A Co.’a Express. Stages leave Eureka Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays for Hamilton, Taylor, Bristol an Ploohe, making oloaa connection with Stage for Cherry Creek, Ward, Osceola, and ALL POINTS INJMHERN UTAH Fares: Eureka to Hamilton. $8 0 Return Ticket... H 0 Eureka to Taylor. 19 0 Return Ticket. 30 0 Eureka to Ploche. 33 0 Return Ticket. 60 0 Thirty pound! of Baggage allowed eeci paaaenger. Betnrn Tickets good for 30 days. Positively no rebate allowed comma.ill travelers on Bound Trip rates. Railroad Freight aud Trausporta tlou Line. Teams of the above line will deliver Frelgh at Taylor aud points South, leaving Eurek every 12 days, or ae often aa the business de mands it. OFFICE ON MAIN BTREET, EUREKA. TYBO STAGE LINE CARRYING THE U. S. MAILS Stages leave eureka r, mt*i Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 o’clock, aud leave Tybo on1JJ1—1 Sundays and Wednesdays at the same hour. FARES Eureka to Tybo...916 o Returu Ticket. 25 0 Thirty pounds of baggage allowed each pas seuger. Freight—Anything above 50 pounds, 2} cent, per pouud; under 50 pounda, 4 cents. ROBINSON A BROWN. Office—Sadler's store, Eureka, Nevada. Eureka, April 26, 1887. a27-tf Mg noli Avert deserving woman, with a large family to support—Mri. Hunter living In Poverty Gulch. Is desirous of getting Wsshlng snd Ironing to do. No charges made for Mending. Help a deserving women with several chil dren to snpport. Eureka, Nov. 11,1886. nl2-tf The San Francisco Weekly Alta will be sent to any address thir teen weeks on trial for 25 cents, Splendid premiums are offered to yearly subscribers. THE WEEKLY ALTA, 8an Francisco Cal. dhrrr per month for auents t) Local or traveling. Five beat sell lflg articles In the world. Bend two-cent etamp for terms. Address, M. F. TUUllKLL A 00., Somerset Mich au8-ly MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. STSADLER. ....» X A L X H IK.... General Merchandise. North Main Street, Eureka Nevada WILL SKILL Goods for Cash. Cheaper than Any House in Town. S^Qoods Guaranteed and Delivered Free of Charge in the^S ^Immediate Neighborhood of Eureka. Eureka, Nevada, Aag. S, 1884. aaft-tf Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, 6R0CERIES, -an p ■ ■ Mining Supplies of all Kinds. > On aooount of our superior facilities for purchasing goods through our : Wholesale House in Salt Lake And onr reoent changes here, in rednoing onr expense*, WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY OTHER HOUSE a Doing business in Eastern Nevada, and will COMPETE WITH Asy California Houses Doing Bnsiness in this Harlot. * i WE ALSO GUARANTEE FULL WEIBHTS ANO MEASURES IN EVENYTHINR WE SELL' i .-.—— —_ CALL AND El AMINE 600D0 & PRICES BEFOBE PDRCHASING ELSEWHERE l , REMINGTON. JOHNSON & CO. ) ) ) J 1 _____ In the District Conrt of the State of Nevada. Eureka County. D. NATHAN, Plaintiff, 1 Vi. WILLIAM FERGUSON, Defendant. Notice is hebeby given that the above entitled suit is brought to foreclose > a material man's lien for $216 87 against and upon that certain mine and mining claim known and described as the Msrgaretta mine, ’ situate on Adams Hill In Eureka Mining Dis trict, Eureka county. State of Nevada, com mencing at the north line of the Lone Pine and Macon City mines, and running in a north easterly direction fifteen hundred feet from Its notice of location, and one hundred feet on each side joining the eastern line of the Good Hope mine on Wide West Hill, located by Ed ‘ wiu L. McLelian and William Ferguson. ■ And all persons holding or claiming liens under the provisions of an Act of the Legisla ture of the State of Nevada, entitled “ An Act to secure Liens to Mechanics and othera and to I repeal all ether Acts In relation thereto," ap ( proved March 2, 1875, against or uiion said Margaretta mine, to be and appear before said Court,at the courtroom thereof. In the town and county of Enreka, State of Nevada, on the 13th day of August, A. D. 1887. at 10 o'clock a. X., or as soon thereafter a» counsel can be heard, and l then and there exhibit proof of their said liens; and liens not so then and there exhibited and proven shall be de-med to be waived in favor of those so exhibited and proven. D. NATHAN, Plaintiff. 1 R. M. Bk*tty, hie Attorney. Eureka, Nev., May 17, A. D. 1887. m20-3«r NOTICE. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, 1 Eubeka, Nevada, May 4, 1887. ( Notice is hereby given that John E. Jones, authorized agent of the State of Nevada, and acting for and on its lie half, has filed an application t> enter under the provisions of au Act of Oongfets, approved June 16, 1880, entitled an Act to grant to the State of Nevada lands in lieu of the sixieeuth and thirty-sixth sections in said State, the N. 1 of NW. I of section 15, township 16 N., of range 57 E. of Mount Diablo meridian, in the district of lands subject to eale at Eureka, Ne vada, and containing 80 acre*. The selection of the above described tract of land will be tendered at said Land Office on Mondav, the 201b day of June, 1887. mll-SOd D. B. HALL, Register. VINITINM CAEDS— LATEST STYLES just rtotlvtd at the Semtwel office. MEDICAL. ENGLISH 11 Kearny tdreel.Nan Francisco, Cal. Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness. Ex hausted vitality. Spermatorrhoea, Lost 9lsn> liood, Impotency, Paralysis, Prostatorrhosa, and ail the terrible effects of Belf-abnse, and excess in maturer years, such as Loss of Mem ory, Lassitude, Nocturnal Emissions, Aversion to Society. Dimness of Vision, Noises in the Head, the vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, and many other diseases that lead to in sanity and death. YOCWO MEW Buffering from any of the above symptoms should consult us at once. The drain oan be easily stopped, vitality restored, and life be made again a pleasure instead of a burden. There are many HIDALE-AUED MEW. Who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weakening of the system in s manner they cannot account for. Ropy sediment in the i.rine, etc. Many die of this difficulty ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of Beminal Weakness. Ccsas Guaranteed in All Such Cases. Couanltatlon Free. Thorough exami nation and advice, including chemical analysis and Microscopic examination of the urine *5 An honest opinion given in every case. ’ The following Medicines supplied at the prices named: NIK ANTLEYCAOPER VITAL RE NTOKATIVK, $3 a bottle, or four times the quantity, $10. SAMPLE BOTTLE FKEE. Bent to any one applying by letter, stating symptoms, aex and age. Btrict secrecy In re gard to all business transactions. The Celebrated Kidney Remedy. WKPHKETICCM, for alt kinds of KidneC and Bladder Complaints, Oonorrhies, Gleet Lencorthoes, etc. For salo by all ilrnastati' $1 a bottle, or 6 bottles for $8. The English UAWIIKLIOW, LIVER ANA AYNPKPNIA PILL )s the best in the market. For sale by all druggists; price. 80 cents a bottle. v ' Address: Kuirllah Medical Dlanen •ary. No. 11 Kearnt Street, Ban Feancisco. Cal. flO-ly |1| |y mors money than anything else by Ml I In taking an ageDry for the best selling book out. Beginners succeed grind ly. None fall. Terms frse. Hallett Boo* Co., Portland, Maine. 1887. THE STATE FAtR .OF. 1887 .WILL BE HELD AT. REIO, .COMMENCING. September 21, and Ending October 1. LIBERAL PREMIUMS .FOR. Live Stock Department, .and. EXHIBITS IN THE PAVILION. Indian Pony Races, Bicycle Races, u— — ■■■■■■ Balloon Ascensions, Stock Parade. Ladies’ Grand Tournament Friday. September 23, Wednesday, September 28, anfl Friday, September 30. Trials of Speed To be conduoted under the auspices of the Directors of the State Agricultural Sooiety. The President’s Gold Medal. President Powning offers as a Special Premium a Gold Medal, valued at $100, for the Beet Exhibit in aDy Department. The State Agricultural Society was established in accordance with an Aot of the Legis.ature of the State of Nevada, entitled “ An Aot to provide for the management and oontrol of tho State Agricultural Society.” approved Maroh 7, 1885. MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOAR! OF AGRICULTURE : L. J. FLINT, of Washoe county; B. F. LEETE, of Washoe county; P. H. MULCAHY, of Washoe county; AL. WHITE, of Washoe county: JOHN SWEENY, of Ormsby county; T. B. RICKEY, of Douglas oounty; ! C. C. POWNING, of Washoe oounty; \ ALVARO EVANS, of Washoe oouDty; THEO. WINTERS, of Wasboo couuty; F. DANGBERG, of Douglas county; W. 8. BAILEY, of Churchill county; JOSEPH MARZEN, of Humboldt county. Officers of the Society : C. C. POWNINC. « C. H. STODDARD Sec?eta£ C. T. BENDER £ea.“2 sTOB^BD^rr;.^” “ -* — <=•». _ __ C* POWNINC, President. C. H. STODDARD, Secretary. INFORMATION ...•FOB.... OWNERS AND LOCATORS • •••OF..,. 3VEI ES s. application fob Patent. Where papers have once been tiled with the era? Laud Offic“U“ b* traUI,mUted ‘b« «.« An application will be rejected when the sufficient.**1 “** preml,e* “ erroneous or cau8e ll0*ti0n t0t pate“t wln be rejected be First - The notice was published wlthouttha knowledge of the lteglater. Recond—The notice was not published In a claTm>iPer tle*lK“at*d aa publishednearestthe andblrd KeCOri1 Utle WM f0UD<1 defec(lve, Fourth—A previous application had been made for the same premises, which wae with diawu penulng a suit in Court commerced the advene claimant. uiei.ceu by An application for patent will be rejected when the survey does not accurately defineth. boundaries uf the claim. Where the claim was not located In aceord. ance with law. ^ Where several parties own separate and dl». tinct portions of a claim, application lor patent may be made by either for that portion of the claim owned by him; but where soreral partlee own undivided Interest! in n mining claim all should join In an application for a patent. A person or association may purchaaa as many placer locations aa the local law admit! and embrace them all in one application for a patent. Two or more lodes cannot be embraced In one application for a patent except for placer claims embracing two or more lodes within tbelr boundaries Papers sworn to before any person purport ing to set to a deputy for the Register and Re ceiver cannot be recorded as evidence In all patents for mining claims situated within the interior boundaries of a town site a clause Is In.erted "excepting and exclnding all town property, rights upon the surface and all houses, buildings, structures, lots’ blocks, streets, alleys or other municipal lm’ provements not belonging to the grantee here in, and all rights necessary or props? to tbs occupation, possession and enjoyment of tbs same.” Publication of notice must be made n only one newspaper for the period of 60 days. Notice mult be published 10 cousecstiTf weeks lu weekly newspapers, and In daily newspapers 60 days must elapse between the first and last Insertions. Where the Keglaterdeslgnstssthsdsllylsius of a newspaper Tor publication of notices of s mining application for patent It la not • com pliance with law to change to the weekly edi tion of tbs same paper without authority of the Register. The existence of a salt spring on s tract of land withdraws It from the operation of tbs homeatead and pro-emptlon law*. A bearing for the purpose of proving the agricultural character of such land Is not allowed. Land containing valuable deposits of slats may be entered under the mining Acts. ADVEBSE CLAIM 1, Adverse claimants most file a separate and distinct claim against each application which it la alleged conflicts with the premises owned by such adverse claimant. Tbe papers In an adverse claim, once filed, cannot be withdrawn,but becomes a part of the record. When an adverse claim has been filed It can not be emended so ae to embrace a larger por tion of tbe premises than that described In the origlnel adverse claim. An adverse claim must be made out la proper form and filed In tbe proper local office during the period of publication of tbe eppll catlon for the patent to bo effective. It te tbe duty of the adverse claimant o commence salt In proper form within then qnlred time, and If he trusts the uowtiU medlnm of tbe United States mall he nut abide the consequences, should tbe Mi; ensue, through misfortune or accident. Bleed tbe future to commence suit be the resell ot tbe corrupt or dishonest action of hta atterorj, the Interior Department cannot redress thi wrong. • An adverse claimant should set forth In de tail the facte upon which he bases hit edvene claim. A statement in general terms, embody ing conclusions of law, wlthont station tie facts specially, will not be considered In evi dence. An adveree claimant should show a compli ance with the local laws In recording hlaclslui end In regerd to expenrtitnrt-e. and shall fils s copy of the original notice of his locetlon, snd show the nature or extent of the conflict alleged. An allegation of parties to a suit that they compose the company la aufflcient, and they are not required to prove that they are the origlnel locetore or the Identical parties who present the adverse claim. AGBICULTUBAL <>B MINERAL LANDS. Where land la of little. If any value, for sgrl* cultural purposes, but le essential to the proper development of mining claims, II should be disposed of under the MiniugAct. Where lands containing valuable mineral deposits have beon Included in an agricultural entry, eald entry will be canceled at any time prior to Issuance of patent, npou satisfactory evidence of the existence of such velssble de posits. Wbere valuable deposits of mineral are dis covered upon a tract after tbe saiul sas been emered as agricultural, but before l .rtent b»e been Issued, tbe parties claiming the mine may make application for patent for esrae, aud the agilcultural entry will be canceled t i that portlou of the land embraced by said mining claim. Where mineral deposits are discovered on agricultural lands efter the petout has been Issued to an agricultural claimant, they pus with the patent. Agricultural College scrip cannot be celved In payment for claims. ALIENS. A forelgnei may make a mining location dlapoaeof It. provided be becomes a elt!»“ before disposing of tne mine. Troof that tn» party was not a citizen before disposing of nis claim must be affirmatively shown. Locetore and Intermediate owners, ou>" than applicants, will not be presumed si'8'1** In the absence of allegation or objection pf> to laauance of patent. _ The portion of a mining claim sold >“ alien cannot be patented while snob owner an alien; but on his declaration! o citizen his right dates back to M*P r.nd he may thereupon secure patent for hla claim. CBOfjl LEDGES. Revised Statutes. Section 3,333: . Where two or more ledges cross orlB .u(j each other, priority of title shall or« auch prior location shall be entitled , or mineral oontslned within thespacsoi aectlon, but the anbaequent locatlou eBi . the right of way through the space 0 section for the purpose of the oonv ore working of the mine. And where two o ( veins unite the oldest or prior iD tske the vein below the point of uni • eluding all the apace of Intersection. TUNNELS. There Is no authority of law foJ ? tl'tbn0n location 3,000 by 1,300 feet A proper lo la the width of the tunnel for 3,000'eei There la no provlaton of law for_P rU„. tunnel locatlona, but lode* d^°vllklfmiuuor ning a tunnel may be patented In 11» aa other lodea. owners to irss wrsSj-sss known to eslst, whloh may be discover their tunnel. for lb* When a lode If atruck or discovered 10 ^ first time In running a tunnel the n f owners have the option point claim of 1,500 feet .11 on one Elde of IM p ^ Of discovery or intersection, »' P y thereof and partly on the otner. ‘prospecting for blind lod.a*‘,1Perotbeb tunns the line of . Io«»^d "nD‘‘.T^l .re ln no w.f is In progress, but otter parties sre in , debarred from prospecting bJ£p Jthou running tnnnel*. so long s» they k p *olMf the lias *>f such tnnuel.