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6ureka £)ail£ Sentinel.
TEA VILE B8’ OUTD!._ Eureka and Palisade RAILROAD. NEW AIBASOEHIXTI. On and after March 9, ’85, TRA INS Per Passengers, Mall*. B*pr«» and Freight Will save Xareka on M0HDAY8, WBDNE8 DAYS and FRIDAYS, j* . (Da Peolfio Standard time) as follows; Leave Bnreka at.lOflfljA. n. Arrive at Palleade at.4:00 r. m. Making connection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Paelfle Hallroad. Returning, will leave Palleade on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. Leave Palleade at.10:00 a. if. Arrive at Bnreka at...4DO v. if. I THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT ....AT.... HAMILTON, WARD, PIOCHE, TYBO, BELMONT, 4n .11 point, .oath, by t.tm., with c.re and dl.p.toh, .nd .t the loweet r»te». B. GILMAN, Beiral Snj’t, NEVADA STAGE .AND. TRANSPORTATION CO. Carrying V. 8. Hails and Wells, Fargo A Co.’s Express. Stage* leave Eureka Monday*, Wednesday* and Friday* for Hamilton, Taylor, Bristol and Ploehe, making olose connection with Stage* for Cherry Creek, Ward, Osceola, and ALL POINTS INJOUTHERN UTAH. Fares: Eureka to Hamilton..... $8 00 Return Ticket... 13 00 Eureka to Taylor... 19 00 Return Ticket.... 30 00 Eureka to Ploehe. 33 00 Return Ticket. 60 00 Thirty pound* of Baggage allowed each paaienger. Return Tlokets good for 30 days. Positively ne rebate allowed oommtidal travelers on Round Trip rates. ■allroad Freight and Transporta tion Elite. 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, EUBEKA. WASHING ifMIG. Avert deserving woman, with a large family to support—Mrs. Hunter living In Poverty Gulch, Is detlrous of getting Washing and Ironing to do. No charges made for Mending. Help a deserving woman with several chil dren to support. Eureka, Nov. 11. 1888. nl3-tf MINING TAX. Notice is hebebt given that the taxe* ob the proceed* of the mine* of Bareke county for the quarter ending June 80,1887, are now dne and payable to me at my offloe in Eureka; and the law In regard to the tana will be itrlotly enforced. 0. 0. WALLACE, Assessor of Eureka oounty, Nevada FOR RENT. The brick building formerly oc cuuied by the Knight Brother*, 1* rent. For particulars, apply to B. F. McEWEN. Eureka, April 1,|1687. *2-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, <&7er PER MONTH POR AGENTS ©I t* Local or traveling. Five beet sell, lffg article# In the world. Bend two-cent atunp for terms. Address, M. F. TUBBKLL A 00., Somerset Mich eu8-ly MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. SrSAOLl R, ....DEAL MR IM.... 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^J ^Immediate Neighborhood of Enreka.^S Enreka, Nevada, Aag. 5, 1884. aaO-tf REMINGTON, JOHNSON & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, GROCERIES, -AS P Mining Supplies of all Kinds. On aooount of our superior faoihtios for purchasing goods through our Wholesale House in Salt Lake And our reocnt changes here, in reduoing our expenses, WE CAN UNDERSELL ANY OTHER HOUSE Doing business in Eastern Nevada, and will COMPETE WITH Any California Houses Doing Business in this Market. WE ALSO GUARANTEE FULL WEIGHTS AND MEASURES IN EVERYTHING WE SELL' CALL ASH EXAMINE GOODS & PRICES DEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE REMINGTON, JOHNSON i CO. Notice of Sale. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE Honorable Board of County Commission er* of Eureka county. State of Nevada, made and entered of record ou this, the 22d day of August, 1887, notice is hereby given that upon the 21th day of September, 1887, at 12 o’clock x„ there will be sold according to law by the Sheriff of Eureka countv, at public auction, at the Courthouse of said Eureka county. State of Nevada, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, all of the right, title and interest of said Eureka county, of, in and to that cer tain re 1 estate property, roadbed, right of way, franchise, water rights and privileges, posses sory interest, estate, claim and demand, here tofore owned by and belonging to the Eureka and Colorado River Railroad Company, and which was purchased by said county for delin quent taxes, lev ed and unpaid for the year 1888, upon public sale made on the 18th day of January, 1886. P. McELROY, Chairman of the Board of County Commission ers, Eureka county, Nevada. Attest: F. H. HARMON, Clark of said Board. Under and by virtue of the above order, pub lic notice is hereby given that I will at 12 o’clock X., on Saturday, tbe 24*h day of Septem ber, A. B, 1887, sell to the highest and beet bidder, for cash all of the right,title and Interest of the County of Eureka, State of Nevada,in and to the said prem ises, rights, franchise, and claims to, of and re lating to the property above ard hereinbefore described. W. H. SWEENEY, Sheriff. By 0. T. Hives, Under Sheriff. au28-80d Copartnership Notice rpHIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE UN I dersigned have formed ■ copartnership, to be known aa, and conducted under the style of Prevost A Hooton. The names of the mem bers of said firm are L. R. Prevost and R. E. Hooton, whose residence is Union, Eureka connty, Nevada. The Arm is to be in existence until mutually dissolved by consent of the par ties. L. R. PREVOST, R. S. HOOTON. Union, Eureka county, Nev, Sept. 5, 1887. s6-lm flfIT Tl fleld* “• scarce, but those who |4| 11 II write to Stinson A Co., Portland. UUJjU will receive free, full infor mation about work which they can do and live at home, that will pay them from $5 to $75 per day. Some hava earned over $50 In a day. Either sex, young or old. Capital not required. You are started free. Those who start at once are abeolntely sore of snug little fortunes. All la new. a5-«m _MEDICAL. ENGLOSNI I 11 Kearny street,Man Francisco, Cal. Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness, Ex hausted vitslity, Spermatorrbcea, Lost Mail hood, Irnpotency, Paralysis, Proetatorrhiea, and all the terrible efleeta of Self-abuse, and excess in maturer years, auch aa Loss of Mem ory, Lassitude, Nocturnal Emissions, Aversion to Society, Dimness of Vision, Noises in the Head, tbs vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, and many other diseases that lead to in sanity and death. YOUNG HEN Suffering from any of the above symptoms should consult us at once. The drain oan be easily stopped, vitslity 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, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weakening of the system in s manner they csnnot account for. Ropy sediment In the urine, etc. Many die of this difficulty ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of Seminal Weakness. Cubes Guaranteed in All Such Cases. Consultation Free. Thorough exami nation and advice, Including chemical analyeis and Microscopic examination of the urine $S. An honest opinion given in every case. ' The following Medicines supplied at the prices named: SIR ANTLEY COOPER VITAL RE STORATIVE, $S s bottle, or four timee the quantity, $10. SAMPLE BOTTLE PKEE. Scot to any one applying by letter, dating symptom*, eex and age. Strict secrecy ln re gard to all btulneas transactions. The Celebrated Kidney Remedy. NEPHRETICLM. for all kinds of Kldn^ and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Leucorrhoea, etc. For sale by all drngclst*' $1 a bottle, ore bottles for *6. ’ The English DANDELION, LIVER AND DYSPEPSIA PILL f. the best In the market. For eale by all druggists: price, 60 cents a bottle. Address; Enirllab Hedleal Dlnpen ■ary. Xo.nKKwi Street, Bam Fbamcisco, Oal. Ill 11| “ore money than anything else by W I |l‘*kln* »n dteucy for the beat selling ■■ ■ ■ ■ book out. Begtnnert succeed grind ly. Non* fall. Term* free. Haixett Book Oo.,Portland, Maine. THE3 STATE FAIR .OF. 1887 .WILL BE HELD AT. REMO, .COMMENCING. ' September 21 ? and Ending October 1. — i LIBERAL PREMIUMS .FOR. Live Stock Department, .and. EXHIBITS IN THE PAVILION. Indian Pony Races, Bicycle Races, If - — 11 '■ Balloon Ascensions, Stock Parade. Ladies’ Grand Tournament Friday. September 23, Wednesday, September 28, and Friday, September 30. Trials of Speed To bo oondaoted under the auspioee of the Director* of the State Agrienltnral Soolety. The President’s Gold Medal. President Powning offer* as a Speoial Premium a Gold Medal, rained at $100, for the Best Exhibit in any Department. The State Agricultural Society was established in eocordaooe 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 Society,” approved Maroh 7, 1885. MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE : L. J. JfMiINT, of Waaboe oounty; B, F. LEETE, of Waaboe oounty; P, H. MULOAHY, of Waaboe oounty; AL. WHITE, of Waaboe oounty: JOHN SWEENY, of Ormaby oounty; T. B. BIOKEY, of Douglas oounty; 0. 0, POWNINO, of Washoe county; ALVARO EVANS, of Washoe oounty; THEO. WINTERS, of Washoe oounty; F. DANOBERO, of Douglas county; W. 8. BAILEY, of Ohurohlll oounty; JOSEPH MARZEN, of Humboldt oountj. Officers of the Society : « S•fSZZ'XL Po»ld •« Ca Ha 8TODDARD .Secretary Ca Ta BENDER.Treasurer For Speed Programme, Premium Llat and other information, add.eaa C. H. STODDABD, Seoretary, Beno, Nevada. C. C. POWNINC, President. C. H. STODDARD, Secretary. INFORMATION • •••fob.... OWNERS AND LOCATORS ••..OF.... M X KTEs application fob patent. Where paper* have once been filed ®i,k b^wlthdr P“‘ .crtpt‘«* nafflclent. "* ** •FFOneou* or c.w.PllC“l0n ,or pttBnt be rejected b, r,«^C^nd~The, notlcu w" not pnbllehed t„ newspaper de.lgo.tM « publUhedn.arl.i^ ^Thlrd Becord title found defMHTI made forTbe ST£ £ SKSKSBi!Kte Oour* co““ An application for patent trill h» ~4— when tbe survey does not acourstelv dJe' boundaries ol the claim 7 d,fln*«>• .nTehw,«hUw.*1,“ W“ ‘^ta^teord. Where several partiee own separate Md ai. tlnct portions of a claim. ■ppltcaimlS patent may be made by either for tnatn^e07 of the claim owned byhim; but wh«tt partlea own nndtvldM Interests inV ?7"tl p»teut‘11,h0aldJ0‘n “ •WUc.tto^1, A person or assoclstlon may purchus u many placer location, aa the local patent!*"'*1'* ,bem ‘U lD 0DB Two or more lodes cannot be embraced I. one application for a patent except for pW thed r*boundarlee* ‘W° Papers sworn to before sny person pure** lng to act as a deputy for tbe Ueglster and Be oelver cannot be recorded as evldencs In all pateDta for mining claims tltusUi within the Interior boundaries of a towS .It a clause Is In.ertM "excepting snd exoloduu •‘* “iwn property. rights upon the surfi? snd all bouses, bmlalngs. structures ten blocks, streets, alleys or other municipal im* provementa not belonging to the grantee h«a In, snd all rights necessary or proper to ifc, occupation, possession snd enjoyment of th. same.” "" publication or notice moat be mad* o onl? one newspaper for tbe period of 60 dayi Notice luuet be published 10 consecutive weeks in weekly newspapers, and lu dsllr newspapers (JO days must elapse between ths fir t and last Insertions. Where the Register designates the dsllr l«i«, of a newapaper for publlcaUon of notices of t mining application for patent it Is not a com pliance with law to chauge to the weekly edi tion of the same paper without suthoritT of the Register. The existence of a salt spring on a tract of land withdraw* It from the operation of the homeatead and pre-emption lews. A hearing for the purpose of proving the egrloultnrsl character of each land li not allowed Lend containing valuable deposit* of elate me; be entered under the mining Acts. ADVEASX CLAIMS. Adverse claimant* most file a separate and distinct claim against each application which It la alleged conflicts with the premise* owned by each adverse claimant. The papers In an adverse claim, once filed, cannot be wi thdrawu, but becomes a part of the record. When an adverse cleim hat been filed It can not be amended ao aa to embrace a larger per tion of the premise* than that described In the original adverse claim. An adverse claim muat be made ont in proper form end filed In the proper local office during the period of publication of tbe appli cation for tbe patent to be effective. It la tbe duly of the advene claimant o commence suit In proper form within the r» qnlred time, and If he trusts the uncertm medium of the United Htatea mall be nut abide the consequences, should the hiij ensue, through misfortune or accident. Stmit the failure to commence suit be the readlil the corrupt or dishonest action of hie attend, the luterler Department cannot redress Its wrong. An adverse claimant should set forth ti do till the facte upon which he bases hlf advene claim. A statement In general terme, embody lng conclusions of law. without stating tbe facts specially, will not be considered la evi dence. An adverse claimant should show s compli ance with the local laws in recording hie cleim and In regard to expenditures, and shill tie e copy of the original notice of hie location, end ■how the nature or extent of the oonfiicl alleged. An allegation of parties to a anlt thst they compose the company le sufficient, sad they are not required to prove that they are the original locators or tne Identical parties who present the sdverse cleim. AOBICCLTCaAL (.B XIHXBAL LAKDl. Where lend ie of little, If any vein*. forMrl cultural purpoee*, but la essential to tb» proper development of mining clalnie, it should be disposed of under the Mining Act, Where landa containing valuable ulneril deposits have been Included In an agricultural entry, aald entry will be canceled at any tlmi prior to laenanoe of patent, upon satlafictory evidence of the existence of such valuable da poalta. Where valuable depoalta of mineral are un covered upon e tract after the aamf «»a bean entered aa agricultural, but before I stent baa been Issued, the partloa claiming tbe mine may make application for patent for same, end the agricultural entry will be canceled w that portion of the land embraced by aald mining elalin. Where mineral depoalta are dlaoovercd on agricultural landa after the patent baa been lasued to an agricultural claimant, they p>» with the patent. Agricultural College ecrlp oannot be oelved In payment for clalma. ALIENS. A foreigner may make e mining location and dispose of It, provided he become* e cltltaa before dlapoalng of tne mine. Proof that u>« party waa not a citizen before dlapoalng of w* claim mull be afflrmatlvely ahowu. Locators and Intermediate owner*, O'® then applicant*, will not be presamed nllani. In the absence of allegation or objection P'10 to laauanoe of patent. .. « The portion of e mining olelm eol«» alien cannot be patented whllo euoh owner an alien; but on hie declaration to becoi® citlaen hie right dates back to hi* and he may therenpon secure United o'1 patent for hie claim. onosa LIOOCS. Bevlaed Statutes. Section 2,83d: Where two or more ledgee cron or lsw^j eeoh other, priority of title ahell gov«»'. each prior location ahall be entitled »•* . or mineral contained within theapeeeof ® section, but the inbeeqaent loostlon eb*1*” the right of way through the apece of , section for the pnrpoee of the oonv working of the mine. And where two j vein* unite the oldeat or prior in take the vein below the point of union, in cluding ell the space of Intersection. TUNKILS. There li no authority 0, !*y f“r |0c°uoa location 8,000 by 1,800 fee Aproperlo la the width of the tunnel for 3 000 feet. There la no provisionof tunnel locations, but lode* dl» o 9 nlng a tunnel may be patented In like man MTheerr.K°hM. Kr.nted *funnel '» Kita*Sb.“ w &" “KJKft... ZSS sms* •'js claim of 1,800 feet all on one aids> of t P of dlaoovery or interaction or P««y °® aide thereof and partly ‘^‘prohibited nKssterass“.££»; ~~ 1. in progreea. but other JgjV debarred from proapectlng for® wi;hoU running tuuaela. ao long aa they 1 P n |81f the ltna of oaoh tunnel.