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TRAVELERS’ GUIDE._
Eureka and Palisade
RAILROAD.
NKW ARKARHEHMTH.
On and after March 9, ’85,
TRAINS
for Passengers, Halls, Express
and Freight
Will save Eureka on MONDAYS, WEDNES
DAYS and FRIDAYS,
(On Paolflo Standard time)
aa follow*;
Leave Bnreka at.lOOOja. n.
Arrive at Pallaade at.4:00 p. M.
making connection with
Bast and West Bound Trains of tbe
Central Pacific Hallroad.
Roturnlng, will leave PalUade on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Leave PalUade at.10:00 a. M.
Arrive at Enreka at.4:00 p. u.
THE COMPANY
WILL DELIVER FREIGHT
HAMILTON,
WARD.
PIOCHE,
TYBO,
BELMONT,
An all points lontb, by teams, with care
and dispatch, and at the lowest rates.
B. GILMAN, General Wt
NEVADA STAGE
.AND.
isiall
Carrying D. S. ■alls and Wells,
Fargo A Co.’s Express.
Stages leave Eureka Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays for Hamilton, Taylor, Bristol and
Ploohe, making dose connection with Stages
for Oherry Greek, Ward, Osceola, and
ALL POINTS INJODTHERN UTAH.
Fares s
Eureka to Hamilton. $8 00
Beturn Tloket. 13 oo
Enreka to Taylor. 19 00
Beturn Ticket. 30 00
Eureka to Ploshe. 33 00
Beturn Tloket....,... 60 00
Thirty pounds of Baggage allowed each
passenger.
Beturn Tlokets good for 30 days.
Positively no rebate allowed commeidsl
travelers on Bound Trip rates.
■allroad Freight and Transporta*
tlon Line.
Teams of the above line will deliver Freight
at Taylor and points South, leaving Eureka
every 13 days, or as often as the business de
mands it.
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
TYBO STAGE LINE
CARRYING THE U. S. MAILS.
Stages leave burika
Sunday* and Wedneadaya
at 8 o’clock, and leave Tybo on
Sunday* and Wedneadaya at the lame hour.
FARES
Eureka to Tybo......815 00
Return Ticket.. 36 00
Thirty pounda of baggage allowed eaoh pas
senger. _
Freight—Anything above 60 pounda, 2} cents
per pound; under 60 pound*, 4 cent*.
ROBINSON k BROWN.
Offioe—Sadler's store, Eureka, Nevada,
Eureka, April 26, 1887. &27-tf
WASHING ini
A vert deserving woman, with a
large family to support—Mr*. Hunter
living in Poverty Gnlch, la desirous of getting
Washing and Ironing to do.
No cbargea made for Mending.
Help a deserving woman with several chil
dren to support.
Eureka, Nov. 11,1886. nl2-tf
The 8an Francisco Weekly Alta
will be tent to any address thir
teen weeks on trial for 25 cents.
Splendid premiums are offered to
yearly subscribers.
THE WEEKLY ALTA,
8an Francisco Cal.
dll n FEB MONTH FOR AHE.YTB
ipj t) Local or traveling. Five beet sell
ing article* in the world. Bend two-cent
■tamp for terras. Address, M. 7, TURRELL
A 00., Somerset Mich auS-ljr
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
K. SADLER,
••••© JB £ JB JB M JT«»m
General Merchandise.
North Main Street, Eureka Nevada,
WILL SBLL
Goods for Cash.
Cheaper than Any House in Town.
J^Goods Guaranteed and Delivered Free of Charge in the^S
^Immediate Neighborhood of Eureka.
Enreka, Nevada, Aag. 5,1884. aaS-tf
REMINGTON, JOHNSON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HARDWARE, 8R0CERIES,
-AMP
Mining Supplies of all Kinds.
On aocount of onr superior facilities for pnrohasing goods through our
Wholesale House in Salt Lake
And oar reoent changes here, in reducing onr expenses,
WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY OTHER HOUSE
Doing business in Eastern Nevada, and will COMPETE WITH
Ad; California Hodsds Doii Bnsiness iD this Martel.
WE ALSO BUARANTEE FULL WEIOHTS AND MEASURES IN EVERYTHINO WE SELL*
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS & PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE
REMINGTON, JOHNSON S CO.
nice to Mote.
Iu the District Court of the State of
Nevada, Eureka County.
D. NATHAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM FERGUSON, Defendant.
Notice is hereby given that the
above entitled suit is brought to foreclose
a material man’B lien for $210 87 against and
upon that certain mine and mining olaim
known and described as the Margaretta mine,
Bltuate on Adams Hill in Eureka Mining Dis
trict, Eureka county, State of Nevada, com
mencing at the north liae of the Lone Pine
and Macon City mines, and runniDg 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
win L. McLellan 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 LleDsto Mechanics and others and to
repeal all ether Acts in relation thereto,” ap
proved March 2, 1875, against or upon said
Margaretta mliie, to be and appear before said
Court,at the courtroom thereof. In the town and
oounty of Eureka, Btate of Nevada, on the 13th
day of August, A. D. 1887. at 10 o’clock A. if., or
as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, and
then and there exhibit proof of their said liens;
and liens not so then and there exhibited and
proven shaH be deemed to be waived in favor
of those so exhibited and proven.
D. NATHAN, Plaintiff.
R. M. Beatty, his Attorney.
Eureka. Nev., May 17, A. D, 1887. m20-3w
ITOTICB.
UNITED 8TATKB LAND OFFICE, »
Ecbika, Nevada, May 4, 1887.1
Notice is hereby given that
John E. Jones, authorized agent of the
Btate of Nevada, and acting for and on Its be
half, has filed an application to enter under the
provisions of an Act of Congress, approved
June 16,1880, entitled an Act to grant to the
State of Nevada lands in lieu of the sixteenth
and thirty-sixth sections in said Btate, the X. 1
of NW. I of section 15, township 10 N., of
range 57 E. of Mount Diablo meridian, in the
district of lands subject to sale at Eureka, Ne
vada, and containing 80 acres.
The selection of the above described tract
of land will be tendered at said Land Office
on Monday, the 20th day of June, 1B87.
mll-HOd D. H. HALL, Register.
YIN IT IN (4 CARDS—LATEST STYLES
jut reoelved at the liinun office,
_ MEDICAL.
11 Kearny street,Nan Francisco, Cal.
Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness, Ex
hausted vitality, Spermatorrhoea, Lost Han.
bond, Impotency, Paralysis, Prostatqrrhuia,
and all the terrible elTecta of Self-abuae, and
excess in mstnrer years, such as Loss of Mem
ory, Lassitude, Nocturnal Emissions, Aversion
to Society, Dimness of Vision, Noises in the
Head, the vital fluid paaaing unobserved In the
nrlne, and many other diseases that lead to In
sanity and death.
YODIH HEN
Suffering 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
KIDDLE*AGED HEN,
Who are troubled with too frequent eracnatton
of the bladder, often accompanied by a alight
smarting or burning sensation, and a weakening
of the system in a manner they cannot account
for, Ropy sediment In the nrlne, etc. Many die
of this difficulty ignorant of the cause, which Is
the second stage of Seminal Weakness.
Cubes Guaranteed is All Such Cases
Consultation 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:
SIR ASTLEYCOOPER VITAL RE
STORATIVE, $3 a bottle, or four times the
quantity, $10.
SAHPLE BOTTLE FREE.
Sent to any one applying by letter, stating
symptoms, sex snd age. Strict seerscy In re
gard to all business transactions.
The Celebrated Kidney Remedy.
NEPHKET1CIJM. for all kinds of Kidney
and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhces, Gleet
Leucorrhcea, etc. For sale by all druiwlsta
$1 a bottle, ord bottles for $5. 8 ’
The English DANDELION, LIVER
AND DYSPEPSIA PILL Is the best In
the market. For sale by all druggists; price
SO cents a bottle.
Addresa; Engllsb Hedlcal Dispen
sary.
Ho. 11 Kxabxt Street, Ban Fbabcisoo. Cal
flO-ly
lif I H more money than anything alee by
W I II »n for *he best selling
■■ IIIbook out. Bsgtnners succeed grand
ly. None fail. Terms free, Hallett Boo*
Co., Portland, Maine.
1887. 1887.
THE
STATE FAIR
0
1887
.WILL BE HELD AT.
REIO,
.COMMENCING. '
September 21, and Ending October 1.
LIBERAL PREMIUMS
.FOR.
Live Stock Department,
.and.
EXHIBITS IN THE PAVILION.
.— —-A_
Indian Pony Races,
Bicycle Races,
--o«
Balloon Ascensions,
Stock Parade.
Ladies’ Grand Tournament
Friday. September 23, Wednesday, September 28, and Friday, September 30.
Trials of Speed
To bo oonduoted under the auiplcea of the Direotora of the State Agricultural Sooiety.
The President’s Gold Medal.
Preildent Powning offer* a* a Speoial Premium a Gold Medal, valued at $100, for the
Beat Exhibit in any Department.
The State Agricultural Sooiety wa* eatabliabed In accordance with an Aot of the
Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled “ An Aot to provide for the management
and oontrol of the State Agricultural Sooiety," approved Maroh 7, 1885.
MEMBERS OF THE STATE
L, J. FLINT, of Washoe oounty;
B. F, LEETE, of Washoe oounty;
P. H. MULOAHY, of Washoe oounty;
AL. WHITE, of Washoe oounty:
JOHN SWEENY, of Ormsby oounty;
T, B. BIOKEY, of Douglas oounty;
BOIM OF AGRICULTURE :
0. 0. POWNING, of W*ahoe oounty;
ALVARO EVANS, of Washoe oonnty;
THEO. WINTERS, of Washoe oonnty;
F. DANGBERG, of Dongles oonnty;
W. S. BAILEY, of Oburohill oonnty;
J08EPH MARZEN, of Humboldt oounty.
Officers of the Society :
c. c. powninc. 7 p_ mldon
c. H. STODDARD .p® *en
C. T. BENDER Secretary
BioDrnrz;^,^" li“ “d »•=•
®, Ci POWNINC, President,
c. H. STODDARD, Secretary.
information'
....foe....
OWNERS AND LOCATORS
• •••of....
MIKTE8.
APPLICATION FOB PATENT.
p*per* have once been filed with
5*?1**" Receiver they become a nut
sS^Mswaait
caMeP:11C*tl0“ '°r p“en‘ w111 b« '«J«cted be
kuFowitdgTehoef“t°bUe B.^CbIUbed w"baa‘ 'b«
Second—The notice was not pnbllahcd in >
newniaper de.ignated a. published neueeUh!
^Third-Record title ,« found defective,
made for the LeJraSJ'Sh wm «
theTdverae 'claimant*. *" °°"rt ——2*
An application for patent will be rejected
when the aurjey doca not accurately define the
boundaries of the claim ’ la*
anTXnhUw**"1 D°‘ accord
Where several parties own separate and di.
ttnct portions of . claim, spplicstion t?.
patent may be made by either for that portion
of the claim owned by him; but where Sore,."
parties own undivided Interests ln a mining
patent*11 J “ WUekUonfwf
A person or association may purchase u
many placer locations as the local law sdmiu
pSton“br*“ *bem 1,11 °"e *ppUo»‘loa for •
Two or more lodes cannot be embraced in
one application for a patent except for pUceJ
claims embracing two or more lodes within
their boundaries within
Papers sworn to before any peraon purport
Ing to act as a deputy for the Register ,nd Ke
celver cannot be recorded as evidence
In all patent* for mining claims situated
within the interior bound.rie. of . town site
a clause Is Inserted -excepting »nd excluding
all town property, right* upon the surface
and all houses, buildings, structures? lots’
blocks, streets, alleys or other municipal lui
provemenU not belonging to the grantee here
ln, and all rights necessary or proper to the
occupation, possession and enjoyment of the
same."
ruoucsuuu ui ounce musi d« made n oulv
one newspaper for the period of 60 days '
Notice maat be published 10 consecutive
weeks In weekly newspapers, and in dally
rewapapera 60 days must elapse between tbe
first and last Insertions.
Where the Register designates thedally Issue
of a newspaper for publication of notice* of a
mining application for patent it la not a com
pliance with law to change to the weekly edi
tion of the same paper without authority of
tbe Register.
The existence of a aalt eprlng on a tract of
land withdraws It from the operation of the
homestead and pre-emption laws, a bearing
for the purpose of proving the agricultural
character of such land la not allowed. Land
containing valuable deposits of elate may he
entered under (he mining Acta.
UIVIUI CLAIMS,
Adverse claimants must file a separate and
distinct claim against each application which
It la alleged conflicts with the premises owned
by each adverse claimant.
The papers In an adverse claim, once filed,
cannot he with drawn, hut bocomesa part of the
record.
When an adverse claim haa been filed It can
not be amended ao as to embrace a larger por
tion of tbe premises than that described In toe
original adverse claim.
An adverse claim must be made out in
proper form and filed In tbe proper local office
during tbe period of publication of the appli
cation for the patent to be effective.
It fa tbe duty of tbe adverse claimant o
commence suit In proper form within the re
quired time, and if be trusts the uncertain
medium of tbe United States mall he must
abide the ocnaequencea, should tbe deity
ensue, through misfortune or accident Should
the failure to commence suit be the resell of
the corrupt or dishonest action of hla attsruey,
the Interior Department cannot redress the
wrong.
An adverse claimant ahonld set forth Is de
tall the facta upon which be bases his adrere#
claim. A statement in general terms, embody
ing conclusions of law, without stating tho
facta specially, will not be considered In evi
dence. '
An adverse claimant should show s compli
ance with tbe local laws In recordlngblscleia
and In regard to expenditures, and shall fill s
copy of the original notice of hla location, and
■bow the nature or extent of tbe ooniicl
alleged.
An allegation of parties lo a suit that they
compose tbe compauy la sufficient, and they
arc not required to prove that they sre the
original locators or tbe Identical parties who
present the adverse claim.
AOBICULTCBAL OB UIKBBAL LAID*.
Where land la of little, If any value, for agri
cultural purposes, but la essential to the
proper development of mining claims, It
should be disposed of under the Mining Act.
Where lands containing valuable miners!
deposit* have been inoluded In au agricultural
entry, said entry will be canceled at any time
prior to Issuance of pateut, upon satisfactory
evidence of tbe existence of such valaable de
posit*.
W V, „ .o ualnahlm ilArmaita rtf tniiiAPil ITfl Ut§* I
covered upon a traot after the same lu been
entered aa agricultural, bnt before lstent b«*
been laaued, the parties claiming tbe mine
may make application for patent for •*»«.
and the agricultural entry will bo canceled t1
that portion of the land embraced by ini
mining claim fj
Where mineral deposits are discovered on
agricultural lands after the patent bu been
laaued to an agricultural claimant, tbsy P»“
with the patent.
Agricultural College scrip cannot »•
calved In payment for claims.
ALUMS.
A forelgnei msy make a mining location
dispose of It, provided be becomes a ollu _
before disposing of tno mine. Proof that i
party was not a cltlaen before disposing oi o
claim must be affirmatively shown.
Locators and Intermediate owner*, ®“ ■
than applicants, will not be presumed ’
In the absence of allegation or objection p
to Issuance of patent. ..
The portion of a mining o'*1™,, u
alien cannot be patented while *n*b , j
an alien; baton hla declaration*,® _nrcbM«,
•Itlaen hia right dates back to b,‘{’.gt,WI
and he may tberenpon secure uni
patent for hla claim.
oboss linon*.
Bevlaed Statutes. Section M*8l ..i^aect
Where two or more ledges oross or ,b(i
each other, priority of title *b*!..]fd to all ore
such prior location aball be entltlea lnlel.
or mineral contained withinthe'!j?°.h*llbav*
section, bnt the aubaequent location |D(er.
the right of way through tb®tb^®nvenlent |
section for the pnrpoae of tne ^ nor*
working of the mine. And where tw^ (b(U
veins unite the oldest or prior 1 ,inion, ln‘
take the vein below the
eluding all the space of Intersection.
TUWixe.
There Is no autberity of ‘action
location #.000 by 1,800 feet,or ^(KlOfeet.
1. the width of the htnn.1 for 8j»0 feet^nWg
There Is no jj!£ed in rnn
tannel location*, bat lode' llk0 manner
nlng a tannel may be Patented in me
MT«ghfi.
IffUZS W-S-—ln
their tunnel. . dlunTered for tbe
When * lodeor . . *»,* tannel
flr«t time In running a their
the line of *parties arc in no waf
la in progress, but oti.sr par* bJ(nd lrtd« .
debarred from prospecting ■ ^ithoO
running tnunels. so long IS «*** keeI> ’iStf
the.llns of such tunnsl.

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