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6ureka SDailg gentind
TRAVELERS’ GUIDE._
Eureka and Palisade
RAILROAD.
NEW AKHANUEMBNTB.
On and after March 9* ’85,
TRAINS
For PMiencen, Halls, Knpres*
.sil Fr«l|hi
Will tin Eareka on MONDAYS, WEDNES
DAYS and FRIDAYS,
(Os Paotflo Standard time)
aa follow*;
Leave Eareka at.10D0|*. u.
Arrive at Pallaade at.4:00 r. U.
Making connection with
Gait and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Kall road.
Uetnrnlng, will leave Pallaade on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Leave Pallaade at....10:00 a. M.
Arrive at Eureka at.4:00 v. u.
THE COMPANY
WILL DELIVER FREIGHT
....▲T...a
HAMILTON,
WARD,
PIOCHE,
TYBO,
BELMONT,
An all point* aonth, by team*, with care
and dlapatoh, and at the loweat rate*.
B. 6LLHAN, General Snp't.
NEVADA STAGE
.AND.
TB1KP08TATM CO.
Carrying V. H. Mails anil Wells,
Fargo A Co.’s Express.
Stages leave Eureka Mondays, Wednesdays
snd Fridays for Hamilton, Taylor, Bristol and
Ploohe, making oloae connection with Stages
for Cherry Creek, Ward, Osceola, and
ALL POINTS INJOUTHERN UTAH.
Pares:
Bnreka to Hamilton. $8 00
Beturn Ticket... 12 00
Enreks to Taylor. 19 00
Beturn Ticket. 30 00
Bureks to Ploche. 33 00
Beturn Tloket. 60 00
Thirty pounds of Baggage allowed each
passenger.
Beturn Tlokets good for 30 days.
Positively no rebate allowed commt.dal
travelers on Bound Trip rates.
Hallroad Freight and Transporta
tion 1.1 ne.
Teams of the above line will deliver Freight
at Taylor and points South, leaving Eureka
every 12 days, or as often as the business de
mands it.
_
OFFICE ON MAIN 8TBEET, EUBEKA.
TYBO STAGE LINE
CARRYING THE U. S. MAILS.
Stages leave eukbka ,
Sunday* and Wednesday* *
at 8 o’clock, and leave Tybo on*
undays and Wednesdayk at the tame boor.
FARES
Eureka to Tybo.....(15 00
Return Ticket. 36 00
Thirty pounds of baggage allowed eaob pas
enger.
Freight—Anything above 50 pounds 2} cents
p r pound; under 60 pounds, 4 cents.
ROBINSON & BROWN.
Offloe—Sadler's store, Eureka, Nevada.
Eureka, April 26, 1887. a27-tf
MUG AND IRONING.
Avert deservino woman, with a
large family to support—Mrs. Hunter
living in Poverty Dutch, is desirous of getting
Washing and Ironing to do.
No charges made for Mending.
Help a deserving woman with several chil
dren to snpport.
Eureka, Nov. 11,188e. 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.
<&7K PEK MONTH fob AHEXTS
P • Local or traveling. Five best sell
tffg articles in the world. Bend two-cent
terms. ^Address, M. F. TUIUtKLL
A OO., Somerset Mich auB-ly
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
R. SAULER.
....DEAL Kit IK....
General Merchandise.
North Main Street, Eureka Nevada
WILL SELL.
Goods for Cash.
Cheaper than Any House in Town.
S^Goods 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, GROCERIES,
-A I* D
Mining Supplies of all Kinds.
On aocount of our superior facilities for purchasing goods through our
Wholesale House in Salt Lake
And our reoent ohangos here, in reduoing our expenses,
WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY OTHER HOUSE
Doing business in Eastern Nevada, and will COMPETE WITH
Any California Houses Hoins Business in this Market.
WE ALSO GUARANTEE FULL WEIGHTS AHD TREASURES IN EVERTTHING WE SELL'
CALL AHD EIAMIHE GOODS A PRICES BEFORE PDRCHASIHG ELSEWHERE
»»REMINGTON, JOHNSON l CO.
In the District Coart of the State of
Nevada, Eureka County.
D. NATHAN, Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM FEBUU80N, Defendant.
Notice is hereby given that the
above entitled suit is brought to foreclose
a material man's lien for 1210 87 against and
upon that certain mine and mining claim
known and described as the Margaretta 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
win L. McLellan and William Ferguson.
And ail 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 others and to
repeal all ether Acts in relation thereto,” ap
proved Maroh 2, 1876, against or upon said
Margaretta mine, to be and appear before said
Court,at the courtroom thereof, in the town and
oounty of Eureka, State of Nevada, on the ISth
day of August, A. D. 1887. at 10 o’clock a. M., 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 shall be deemed to be waived in favor
of those so exhibited and proven.
D. NATHAN, Plaintiff.
R. M. Bisttt, bis Attorney.
Eureka, Nev., May 17, A. D. 1887. m20-3w
NOTICE.
UNITED 8TATES LAND OFFICE. )
Eubeia, Nevada, July 29, 1887. (
-VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JLl John E. Jones, of Carson City, State of
Nevada, authorized agent of the State of Ne
vada, and acting for and on its behalf, has filed
an application to enter under the provisions of
an Act of Congress, approved June 16, 1880, en
titled an Aot to grant to the State of Nevada
landsin lieu of the sixteenth and thirty sixth sec
tions in said State, the N. £ of 8W. } section 15,
township 16, N. range 57 east, Mouut Diablo
meridian, in the district of lands subject to
sale at Eureka, Nevada, and containing 80 acres.
The selection of the above described tract of
land will be tendered at said Land Office on
Monday, October 3, 1887.
jy30-30d D. H. HALT., Register.
ylWITIMU CAB DM—LATEST STYLES
lost reoeived at the Baanaai. offioe.
MEDICAL.
EMBLOSH
11 Kearny Htreet.Nan Francisco, Cal.
Nervoue Debility, Seminal Weakness, Ex
hausted vitality. Spermatorrhoea, l,ont Man*
lioorl, Impotency, Paralysis, ProstatorrhOBa,
and all the terrible effects of Self-abuse, 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.
YOVBW MEN
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
MIDDLE-AGED HEN.
Who are troubled with too frequent' evacuation
of the bladder, of leu 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 urine, etc. Many die
of this difficulty Ignorant of the cause, which is
the secoud stage of Seminal Weakness.
Cubes Guaranteed in 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 :
NIK ANTLEY COOPER VITAL RE
N TOR ATI YE. $3 a bottle, or four times the
quantity, $10.
8AHPLE BOTTLE FBEE.
Sent to any one applying by letter, stating
symptoms, sex and age. Striot secrecy In re
gard to all bnslneas transactions.
The Celebrated Kidney Remedy.
NEPHKKT1CITH. for all kinds of KidneJ
and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhea, Gleet
Lencorrboea, etc. For sale by all drngglati
$1 a bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
The English DANDELION, LIVER
ANO DYNPEPNIA PILL is the best in
the market. For sale by all druggists: price.
00 cents a bottle. ‘
Address: EuirllBh Hedipnl Dlauen
•ary,
No. 11 Kbabny Street, Ban Francisco, Cal.
flO-ly
Ilf I ftl more money than anything else by
IN III Ukln^ »n agenoy for the best selling
■■ ■ * ■ book ont. Beginners sncceed grand
lr. None fall. Term* free. Hallett Book
Co., Portland, Maine.
1887.
1887.
I ■
STATE FAIR
.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,
——..... r
Balloon Ascensions,
Stock Parade.
Ladies’ Grand Tournament
Friday. September 23, Wednesday, September 28, and Friday, September 30.
Trials of Speed
To be conducted under the auspioes of the Directors of the State Agricultural Sooiety.
The President’s Gold Medal.
President Powning offers as a Spocial Promium a Gold Modal, valued at $100, for the
Best Exhibit in any Department.
The State Agricultural Society was established in accordance with an Aot of tho
Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled “ An Aot to provide for the management
and oontrol of the State Agricultural Society," approved Maroh 7, 1885.
MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE :
L. J. FLINT, of Washoe county;
B. F. LEETE, of Washoe oounty;
P. H. MULCAHY, of Washoe oounty;
AL. WHITE, of Washoe county:
JOHN SWEENY, of Ormsby county;
T. B. BICEEY, of Douglas oounty;
0. 0. P0WNIN0, of Washoe oounty;
ALVARO EVANS, of Washoo oounty;
THEO. WINTERS, of Wasboe oounty;
F, DANGBERG, of Douglas county;
W. S. BAILEY, of Ohuroblll oounty;
JOSEPH MARZEN, of Humboldt county.
Officers of the Society :
C- S 'Pesld en
C. T. BENDER. .Treasurer
For Speed Programme, Premium LUt and other information, add:eta 0, H.
9T0DDABD, Secretary, Beno, Nevada.
C. C. POWNINC, President.
C. H. STODDARD, Secretary.
information
• ...fob.,..
OWNERS AND LOCATORS
••••OF....
MIKTBS.
APPLICATION FOB PATENT.
Where papers have once been filed with
«.ra sr b<
An application will be rejected when the
enfflcirmt.0* ‘he **“‘~ ‘*
oan»ePliC“10n P“ent WlU be be
knowitdK?ort^StPrab,l9h6dWl*h0U‘‘b‘
Second—The notice waa not published lu
elZST* de*l8"*,ed " published nearest the
jruid-Becord title waa found defective,
Fourth—A previous application had been
made for the same premiaea, which waa with
drawn pending a ault In Court commenced bv
the adverae claimant.
An application for patent will be rejected
when the survey does not accurately define the
boundaries of the claim. ”
anTet,writhUw.ttlm W“ D0‘ 1*c*Udlnhccord.
Where several parties own aeparate and die
tlnct portions of a claim, application for
patent may be made by either for that portion
of the claim owned by him; but where eoveral
parties own undivided Interests ln i mining
claim all should join ln au application fur .
patent.
A person or association may purchase as
many placer locations aa the local law admits
and embrace them all ln one application for a
patont.
Two or more lodes cannot be embraced in
one application for a patent except for placer
olalma embracing two or more lodes within
their boundaries
Papera sworn to before any person purport
ing to act as a deputy for the Kegister and Be
eelver oannot be recorded aa evidence.
In all patents for mining claims situated
within the interior boundaries of s town alts
a clause is Inserted “excepting and exolading
ell town property, rights upon the surface
and ell houses, buildings, structures, lots
blocks, streets, alleys or other municipal lin'
proveuienta not belonging to the grantee here
in, end all rights necessary or proper to tbs
occupation, possession and enjoyment of tbe
same.”
Publication of notice mnat be made u only
one newspaper for tbe period of no days.
Notice mnat be pnbilshed 10 consecutive
weeks ln weekly newspapers, and ln dally
newspapers «o days must elapse between tbe
first and last Insertions.
Where the Beglaterdealgnateatbedallylaane
of a newspaper for publication of noticea of a
mining application for patent it la not a com
pliance with law to change to the weekly edi
tion of the aaine paper without authority uf
the Beglater.
The exlatence of a aalt spring on a tract of
land withdraw! tt from the operation of tbe
homeatead and pre-emption lawa. A hearing
for tbe pnrpoae of proving tbe agricultural
character of each land la not allowed. Land
contalulng valuable depoalta of alate may be
entered under tbe mining Acta.
ADvinax CLAIMS.
Adverae claimants mnat file a aeparate and
distinct claim against each application which
It la alleged conflicts with the premKes owned
by aucb adverae claimant.
The pepera In an adverae claim, once filed,
cannot be withdrawn, but becomes a part of tbe
record.
When an adverse claim has been Sled It can
not be amended so aa to embrace aJarxcr por
tion of tbe premises than that described in tbs
original adverse claim.
An adverae claim muat be made out In
proper form and bled In tbe proper local offloe
during tbe period of publication of tbe appli
cation for tbe patent to be effective.
It la tbe duty of the adrerae claimant o
commence ault In proper form within tbe re
quired time, and If he treats tbe uncertain
medium of tbe United Htatea mall be muat
abide tbe ocnaequences, abonld tbe delay
ensue, through miaforlune or accident. Should
tbe failure to commence ault be tbe result of
tbe corrupt or dishonest action of bla atteruey,
tbe Intener Department cannot redress tbs
wrong.
An adverae claimant abould aet forth In da
tall tho facta upon which be baaea bla adverse
claim. A statement in general terms, embody
ing conclusions of law, without stating tbe
facta specially, will not be considered In evi
dence.
An adverae claimant abould show a compli
ance with tbe local laws In recording lna claim
and In regard to expenditures, and aball hie a
copy of the original notice of his location, and
show the nature or extent of tbe conflict
alleged.
An allegation of parties to a anit that they
compose tbe company la sufficient, and they
are not required to prove that they are tbs
original locators or tbe Identical parties who
present tho adverse claim.
AOBIOCLTCBAL OU MINERAL LANDS.
Where land la of little. If any value, for sgrl
cultural purpoaea, but la essential to the
proper development of mining claims, It
should be disposed of under tbe Mining Act.
Where landa containing valuable mineral
deposits have been Included In an agricultural
entry, said entry will be canceled at any time
prior to Uanance of patent, npou satisfactory
evidence of tbe existence of auch valuable de
posits.
Where valuable deposits of mineral are dis
covered upon a tract after the same las beeu
entered as agricultural, but before | jtent baa
beeu Issued, the parties claiming tbe mine
may make application for patent for same,
aud tbe agricultural entry will be canceled to
that portion of tbe laud embraced by said
mining olsim.
Where mineral deposits are dlaoovered on
agricultural landa after tbe patent has beeu
laaued to an agricultural claimant, they pass
with the patent.
Agricultural College scrip cannot be
celved In payment for claims.
ALIBNS.
A forelgnei may make a mining location ami
dispose of It. provided be becomes a oltircu
before dlspoalug of tbe mine. Proof that the
party was not a citizen before disposing of his
claim must be affirmatively shown.
Locators and Intermediate owners, other
than applicants, will not be presumed alien*.
In the absence of allegation or objection pdof
to issuance of patent.
The portion of a mining claim sold to an
alien cannot be patented while suoh owner is
an alien; but on his declaration to become a
citizen bis right dates back to his purchase,
and he may thereupon secure United Slate'
patent for bis claim.
OBOSS bBCOBS.
Revised Statutes. Bectlou 3,33(5: .
Where two or more ledges oross or Inter**
each other, priority of title shall govern, *"
such prior looation shall be entitled to all ot
or mineral contained within the space of inter
section, but the subsequent location shallna
tbe right of way through the space of int
seetion for the purpose of tbe convent
working of the mine. And where two or n
veins unite the oldest or prior location *n
take the vein below the point of union,
eluding all the space of Intersection.
TtJNKZLS.
There Is no authority of law ^ a tunnel
ksk.
tuLmnoMt"o°nsP>uModes dUcovered^n rum
nlng a tunnel may be patented In like manner
“tShUSu's granted to tunnel owner.jo
1 500 feet of eaoh blind lode, not previously
known to ezl.t*°whloh may be discovered in
XlTA 1. -truck or discover*! for.he
first time in running a (ng lhel,
,‘eet «llon one side of the point
ofai“coverTorTnter.eotlon. or partly on one
^Vun-ra^ theybkeep ‘wljhou
the line of such tunnel.

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