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rtW-iaHSD IVKliT MOONING (KXCKPT MONDAY) — BY— CASSIDY <te SKILLMAN. 4.SSILI-MAN. GKO. W. OA1SIOY. TtRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Onecopy.ono year, by mail....SI5 01 One copy, sin months, by mail.... o (si One copy, three months, by mail. 5 00 No papers forwarded until paid for. jT STRAUS, -TUB PIONEER JEWELER OF EUREKA I Has just received the sole Agency in Eureka of M. Fol ■>’* HOLD l'ENS which ore manufactured in Now York. Abort a<d L»«K Nib tJol l Pena, Nullable for Banker*. Her ebnut*. Bud fcverybody |) pul roil* of a Good Article uf Pena and Holder*; -ALSO COLD TOOTII AND EAR PICES. Watches and Jewelry for Sale. Repairing by J. Straus. All good* arc imported from New York, which ho will icll at 2i p*r conf. Ie?« lhan C,m be had at whoicialu bwuutu in Soil f ran ci co. J* SIRA! S. Eureka, May 22, 1877._myf«-tf FINE JEWELRY! P. 3 T E L E R, WATCUM vUl it —AND— .1 E W E I a E R, TV'iiS TO INfokm the public th at he h i* j -*1 r cciveil h mnirniliceht it ck oi tb* latent paterns, con-istinx of DIAMONDS. Fine Gold & Silver Watches CHAINS AND FINE JEWELKY, Silverware and Clocks, Which h« «.fT.r« to soil at TWENTY-FI VF l‘E»l CEN F. LESS than any other boas*? in Eastern Nevada. 1*1 n*e call ut hi* store, one door *outh of «S. A*him A lire’*, ai.d examine hi?* ne" stock of iroods before purchasingeBewhor^. No trouble to bhovr goods. trices to »ui> the rim *. All of the a bn vo he puarnntr e* to be of the BE »T Ql.ALiTY, and warranted ns repre sented. N. II.- Special attention paid to watch work. Watches repaired ana cleaned and warranted lot one year. New jewelry made to * rder, and jewelry neatly repaired. AM orders from tho country promptly at ttm.ed u>. P. fcTELKK. Eureka. May 5. 1877. rnyo-tf NORMAN STALLIONS, LEO anil ’ALLAIHX. fi'HE TWO NORMAN STALLIONS. 1 “ LE’t** and “ ALLAD1N,” wiil stand for marcs this seas.n at Cold Creek, Xcwark Valley. •* Imported A'lpust ls70, by M. W. Dunham, <d Wayno Dul'age cvmnty, I I, U six years ol 1, Id bands high; weight, l,MK) pounds; tob-r, iic al black. lie ha* a beauti ful heal, with prouiinen: <*vos, small ears ur.d )1 usant cuui.tenflf.cn>. 1Sis body is long with short b'i*K, Iona, flat quarters, short b-tt . y l>p and g ■ od bu t nod sup rb action. * Ai l. % |||^ ♦•—yjrcd by imported “Sue* ct*s\M and bred by M. W. Durban), 5 year* old,Ribands huh, weighs 1,100 pound*,in color ho is a beau tit I dapple gray: is vigor ous and hardy, combines to an exh aord.narv degree 1 f pertiction, large si/.e, compact!) ess and symmetry ul form, with an ehganeo and attractiveness in general appeara ice and movement seldom toun t in one animal. Terms o| .Service: To “ LEO” for the season, $*0; $10 on re ceipt of service. Mnd the balance on or be fore October 1, D77. To** ALLADl.S *• for tho season. S 0; $10 on receipt '<f service, and the ballanco on or before tectober 1, 1877. A' Cold Creek wo have a good pasture, fenced with a substantial piekot tone**, where marcs cun bo kept without uny additional expenso to tho owner. Toour patrons wo guarantee entire satif faetion J. M. On I'll. Manager. Cold Crook,Nev adn, May 24,1877. iuy^7*2in MARK MOORE. JJAY STALLION. 18 HANDS 3 INCHES.' i Foaled in I8ft!>. Got by GEORGE MOORE out .,f MOLLY MUSIC. ..Will make lho tcugon of 1877 at WM. MeU ILL'S KANCH, Duck Crook. White Fine county, Nevada, Monday, Tueatlny aud Wedueatlny of each wook. MOSIER’S RANCH, Stoptoe Vallevl Ne vada, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SAXUUbAY and SUNDAY oi each week, Teriua, i t t t i t t 930. The season to commeuce May 1, 1877, and end August 1,1S77. Mares not proving in foal can be returned neat season free of charge. Good pasture and oare for mares sent to either place. Ac cidents and escapes at the lisk of tho ownors. oth pisturos well inclosed. juylOdm T. U. STUART. JUII PKIVITNU or AM UIHOh. * 8F1£UUL*. I S O u s : us. There is no ?oa'on in tho year That lifts niflrik h mt to heaven so near As summer; W hen flow.-is about our pathway grow. And ros.s or tho hedgerows blow: fcweet summer! And as its porfumrd breath cloth rise, in silent hotting" to tho skies Lp-st* alii g, A thousand memoiics forth start. Long-hidden pictures in tho heart He vgu ling. Where lilac chains with scented ’inks, Or tr^usur ' tuft of red clovo pink, Ur heather, ’Mong«t wi.ich wo played, fine stories Of parted, one u ho once did dwell Togeihor. Whilst through the woods the whole day long The cuckoo si: gs an idlo song. Awaking Tho echo of a dulcet peal. That rang ere h arts organ to feel iioai tbrcutiing. And so it come* to i it's ihnt wa W itli kail a s gli the flowers see, Half gl.idnuss; And round our hearts they twine and twine, Lutii their beauty mokes uiviue Uur siuJnt gs. NKKVOlft I Xll.tl S Dr. J. H. Jackson has a word on tliis subject in the last issue of “Tlie Laws of Life,” which is sensible and deserving of a place here. He saj\s: Seek to remove, in thefirat place, tlie causes, whatever they may be, which have induced prostration. No doubt the nervous centers, from which all nervous power and force are derived, are exhausted, and whero this is the case, time is required in order that their nutrition may tie thoroughly re established. Let Lite person then avoid overdoing, always working or inking his pleasure withiri tlie limits of any taxation of body or mind; let him se cure agreeable social associates; 1 ve largely in the open air; sleep as much a> possible; cat nutritious but utislim ulaiing food, such, for instance, as is a (fordid by the various preparations ol milk, fruits and grains, principally oi wheat, so far as grains are coiicernei, because it contains more of the nerve making constituents than other grain. Avoid tlie use of condiments of all kinds and alcoholic liquors; remem bering, however, that il tlie jft-rson is not already accilsloiiu-d to such a diet the change in it ~ t be made gradually, although positively, in Older that the nervous system may not be throw n into perturbation by sudden with drawal ot its uncustomed slimula ion. All of tlie hacks of life, in regard to work, exercise, pleasure, ea'iug and sleeping, should lie in accordance with a thorough regularity ol action in each twenty-four hours. He should take two baths each week, in which the body should be washed very thor oughly with tepid water, and tubbed alterward to insure good capillary cir culation. Some of the most eminent physi cians are coming to advise as (lie best means for a permanent cure of ner vous prostration and debility,a ladical change in diedo habits, embracing the use of unstimulating ton niitri ions food in the place of the more stiiuuiat ing art id “S, such as meats and condi ments. Uy carefully follow ing such a course, heukh should be restored. r.K Neat.—Young ladies, if they only know how disgusting to men slovenliness is. and how attractive are displays of neatin-ss and taste, would array themselves in the simplicity and Cleanliness of tlie lilies of the lijld; or, if aide to iudu.ge in costly at ire, they would study tlie harmonious I,lending of colors which nature exhibits in all her works. A girl ol good taste, and habits of neatness, can make a more fascinating toilec with a shilling calico dicss, a lew cheap ribbons and laces, and such ornaments as site can siultur from l ho garden, t ban a vulgar, taw dry creature who is worth thousands ami has tha jewelry and waul robe ot a piiucess. The Burlington Haukeye tells of i» solitary Ohio man w ho m-inainh'I, in a husky voice, at the office window in the railway station: “Tik't.” “Where to?” asked tiie inirntllud monopolist licliimt the window. “’Ny where! Any where!” was the frenzied response. •• Anywhere! Clean through! Clean ncro-t! To Burglanv, or l'rooshy, or the Danube, or Dilfemlorfer, or any place. Any where out ol an ungrateful country, that coldly turns its back upon it' deserting children. Anywhere out id' America!” Ami lie bowed his head and tvep:. Me was the only man in Ohio that didn’t get an office. Asparagus and Kheumatism.—The advantages ol asparagus me not suf ficiently appreciated. It is said that those who slitter from rheumatism are cured in a tew days by feeding on this delicious esculent, while more chronic cases are much relieved, especially if the patient avoids all acids. The Jo ru-alcin artichoke affords a similar re lief. It may be well to remark that most plants that grow naturally near the sea coast contain more or less iodine, and in all rheumatic complaints iodine lias long been used. .— . ■■ ■ •—.. - - Tho following is given as a specimen of the con vernation of Chicago young men: “Do you abbreve?” “Why, cert; don’t you ?” “ Bet, I think it’s splend; don’t you?” “ Magnii.” “Cuing to hear Carl Schurz.’ lee?” “No, lie’s on Mayes'cub and won’t lee here.” “Is that pos ?" “Dead cert.” “ Well, it makes no diifto me, I wasn’t going.” How often, oh, lmw often we find a matt who will pay eleven dollars fora box of cigars without a question or a moment’s hesitation, who will contract his brows and start hack in speecli le-s horror, and stare for ten minutes at tho item, "to one piece of dress braid, ten cents,” in a dry goods bill that his trembling wile hands him. Extract from a letter from Atchison, Kansas: “The ground is tremendous drj’ here; the big ram of last week did not reach the ground; the gras-hup p-rs stood ou their hind legs and drank the water us fast as it full. So 1 am informed.” M1SCEL L A .V KO US. EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LIMBER COMPANY. South Wuin Street, Eureka. Nevada and California 3L.TJMI13E3XiL OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber! A complete assortment of Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, SLineles. Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on HaM. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. d~tfK. A- «’■ I.. n>. Sweeney’s Stables ! The Most Extensive Livery JN THE STATE ! —TIIK— Fashion and the Dexter! Tun<oni|iletr i:stui>li«li»iriits UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT! C* ADDLE HOUSES, BIO. ^ gie*, Carriage*, Boska •.rayf, \\ ugone. etc., in coulee* variety! ZZcrses Bought sad Sold ! And » general livery business conducted in all ol its branches. Having obtained a permanent lease of the Fashion Stable—Walsh s old stand—l will in the future run the sain© in connection with the Lexter Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Loth establishments will be upon for busi ness day and night. The finest stock and turnouts in Ainer.ca always on hand. Live me a call. SWEENEY. .'F-tf_ S. FRIEDMAN, DUALSU IN FAMILY GROCERIES, GROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CONSTANTLY UN HAND. A CHOICE /lot of Family Lroccriea and Country i* reduce. Ladies, if you want your husbands to love you, go to Friedman’s lor your groceries as tie following will show. Hu! say not i love you, because the molasses You purchased at Friedman’s was gulden and clear; The syrup, the sugar, the idly in glasses. The crackers, the maek’rel X know were not deur. liut when vou came to mo with Friedman’s smoked salmon. And showed me his samples of Limbergoi cheese. I folt that his claim to bo cheap was notgam mon. 1 loved you, and said so. dear Jane, on my knees. vo28tf PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, first door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. N rrth -Mai" street. Eureka. 'IMIE UNDEKf'GNEO, HAVING RE 1 cently opened the ubcco cstablisnmcnt, uiTort hia professional services u all who I ‘i*o a first-class physiegnomi iH HAIR CUT. or an ecstatic SHAVE. e<er llair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing5 iO cents. fl Connected with the estafc. m V_. lishmontare several neat and v --yilc/rnnt Rath Rooms, whore V OATHS the most desirable Hot ot Cold liiuhs cun tie had at all times. BATHS. £0 CENTS. A share >t public patronage is solioited. JA.MSS .VI. .M. .MOODY. I’ropT. CORNER BARBER SHOP. Adjoining the Corner Saloon. HENRY CASEY PROPRIETOR. Newly fitted ui* with all the latest improvement?. ROCHESTER CHAIRS. Tne Best Artists Only Employed. A t'lonn Towel lor Mery Cuwlomer. ■plOtf 9. K. Tonsorial Establishment. WS. A.\IU.lt,SOX, I’roj.rlrtor. At tuts establishment ts in sured a first-class .have, stylish hair cut, a refreshing shampoo. and a luxurious hot and cold bath. Main street, one door above my oil place. .127-tfWM. ANDERSON, NOTICE. pABTIES DESIROUS OF ENGAGING T1IE Bigelow II all -Foil— PAKTIKH, DAI.I.S, KT«’„ Will hereafter make application to M. B. BARTLETT. Proprietor. Eureka, Jan tl, 1S77, iq7tf a y i n g . Z>. LUND30ZH Announces to the tublic that he may hereafter bo found at his od niiic?, on North Main etreot, where ho will li , pleased to receive orders for as-nving until the Kur>‘ka Conso.idutod furnaces again resume operations. Eureka, April 3, 1877. spltf _ MISCELLANEOUS. THE WILLOWS COURSE I A SPLENDID PROGRAMME FOR THE JULY MEETING! FIVE DAYS RACING! -AND OVER $4,000 IN PURSES! The Meeting to Open July 3J mid t'lose on the Kill! A GRAND BALL ON THE FOURTH ! Iirs l Dny-July 3, IK77. First Race—On© mile-a d repeat: freo for *11; pur*'\ $1/00; Iirst horse, $350; second ho so, $200; third horse, $1-50. Second i.ace-Purse, $125; single dash of half i tuiv; free for all horses in Euroka county hat never beat 57; first horse, $75; second horse, $ 0; catch weights. 8 coud Itay July 4th. First Kaco Purse, $500; single dash of half a mile; fr-e for all; Iirst horse, $350, second horse, $150. Second Kaco—Purso $150; one-half a mil© a. d repeat; free for all hn-sos in Eureka county that never beat 57; first horse, $100; second horse, $50; catch weights. Titir;l liny—July 5th. First Race—Purso $500; three-quarters of a mile and repeat: five for all; fir.-t horse $350; second horse, 100; third horse, $.50. Second Kaco—Purse, S-00; single dash of one mile; free for ml t orses in Eureka and adjoiningco:ir ties that never beat 2 minutes; first hor.-o, $2)0; second horse, $100. Fourth liny-July Oth. First Knee—Willows* St. Ledger, $100; freo for all 3-year olus; threo-quurtors of a mile and repeat; firsk,horse, $2»0; second hor.e, $i00; third horse, $50; catch weights. Second Kaco—Tur.-e, $150—Trotting Race, freo for all buggy horses in Eure ;a county one mile and repeat go as you please—first horse, $100; second $50. Filth liny—July 8lh. First Race—Single dash, four miles; purse, $500: open to all second-* lass ht-r-es in Euro ka county; tir-t horse, $>50; second horse, $100: third horse, $50: catch weights. .Second i.HCo— i urse,$750; 2-tnilodash; freo for all; first horse, $o0J; second horse, 150: third liurse, $100. In a 1 races, entrance 20 per cent., one-half for -fit—to cl; se 2irh of June—with Luther i lar«, at the i alacoSa’oon. A1 races to be run und r mo California Mato Agricultural .Society rul *s. Three or more to enter in each race und tbroo to sta:t. 0a the Night of July 4th, 1877, There will be a GRAND DANCE AT THE WILLOWS ! Ticket.', $j each. mylStdHARD IE BROS. HlflAM JOHNSON. Wholesale and Detail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Ciilcngo Ifnin . mill Breaklasl Bacon, sugar cured, always on hand. *MS“Three doors north of Clark stroot, on Main street. apltf HALEY & CO.9 Wholesale aud Retail Butchers, Main street, opposite^ Cdd l oilows’ liui.diup. ( Beef. Venl, Pork, Motion Special attention paid to family customers. Meats delivered in any part of the town. Kur.Oia, May 21,1877. mrtio-tf_ THOS. MURPHY, The Pioneer Bootmaker! IXTISRES TO INFORM HIS CLP ▼ 7 patron9, ftnd tbo publi - gener ally, that Ii • Ins »*rain commenced tm-incs nt In* old stand, opposite r*xt< n <V Co's Dank, where ho is pronnred to do ail kinds of work in his line, lie has on hand a laigo assortment of ALL KINDS OF BOOTS! of his own manufacture, which he will dis l»o»e of nt reduced price*. All kind* of repairing done at the shortest notice. Give in a a call. Iv.rel a. Kelini.iry I » 1S77._f lfl-tf ANTGNIO FERRARIS^ PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER First Door Above Monaco's Fbotocrapb Gallery. Boots math; of the best French L'altakin and fitted to a 1'. Cm k.'oled Boota uiado a apooiull» lor winter. 1 hiivis a complete assortment ol Lustom nnuii' Roots. Ladies’ ^hoes made to order in n neat manner. Repairing neatly done and on short no tice. French dressing for ladio ’ and children’s shoes. None but practical workmen employed. ANTHM'I FKIIUAH IS, I.. A. HALL, SAH’L COOi’KK STOCKS. ’I’nE UXDEKSIflNLD ARE PREPARED X to purehuso and soli MIMNU STOCK* on commission. All orders promptly filled. San Francisco brokers: WILSON k HUTCHINSON. Doing agents for leading Fire Insurance Companies, we are prepared to furnish relia ble indemnity on good risks at living rates. Olliee : at U ells, l argo Sc Cu’«. _dUt'Oiii’ER Sc HALL. Jolt IMtlMI.NU UJ' ALL KINDS. Ex ecuted with dispatch at the SENTINEL printing >hum. MISCELLANEOUS. -.-7, ■R-.-.i: —- arr —ee ■■ L'*'. POSITIVELY SELLING OUT, On account of other business. NO HUMBUG. I have the Best Selected Stock of Goods in Eastern Nevada, which I will sell WITHOUT RE3ARD TO COST. J^ FULL LINE OF Ueufleiueu’s Furnishing Goads, Boots mill Shoes, Hats and Caps. Trunks, Valise*. A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR BARGAINS. Call, and you will be satisfied that I mean business. A. BERWIN, MAIN STREET. Eureka, April 30, 1S77. myl-tf R. SADLER & CO.. MAIN STREET..EUREKA, NEV., DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Goode Delivered Free ol Cbercr. AGENTS FOB FOREZaW AND BOMB INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. roar7-tf EUREKA, TYBO AND BELMONT TRI-WEEKLY STAGE LINE Leave? eureka on Mondays.wrd uesdays and h ndays, at i o’clock P. u. Runs through to Tybo and Belmont with lulled Stales Mail and Wells, Far go d Vo's Express, Without lay-over. Fins horsos, Concord coaches, experienced drivers, and exeeU nt accommodations. Eureka otlioo at Wells, Fargo A Co’s office. N. C. REVEAL, Superintendent. SAM’L COOPER, Agent at Eureka. mylA-tf EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10CHE STAGE LINE. UII liter A Salisbury, Proprietors. Connecting with the eureka and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton evory morning at 7 o’clock. Loaves Hamilton for Pioche every alternate day, Sundays included. Leuvos Hamilton for Eureka overy day. Loaves Pioche for Hamilton and Eureka .very altornato day, at 8 a. m„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying U. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo 4 Co’s Express. Finn American horses and new Concord coaches. Office at Wtils, Fergo 4 Co’s. mrl Vtf 1KHAL m.ANHN, OF ALL DESCIUP j tions, printed to order at the SENTINEL MISCELL A NEC US. REM OVA L. GEQRGifYOiJNG Gunsmith and Cutler PEGS TO INFORM THE i> public that ho has re moved from his old stand, next to J>. Manhoim’s store, to the build ng formerly occupiod by l>r. Merry, Main street, where be will be happy to receive the patronage of bis former oustcrers. ne also informs the public that be iiss CONSTANTLY ON HAIB The finost and largest assortment —op GUNS AND PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Also, ammunition, and every other artiole in the sporting line. A la i ge assortment of U'eslenbolin's Cattery. Rate here* IikiIs, Cull lor in us ml e Curt in;;Nets, Rason, And all other goods pa ruining to mil »-. at the lowest figures. Repairing done with neatness and dispateh. charges reasonable. Soroka, Knh, 17th. 1W4.MLtf New Photograph Gallery! LOUIS MONACO. Proprietor. Jn South Main street. Eureka. evade] MY NEW GALLERY HAVING BEEN completed, I am ready to l'urniah the best and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES I To be obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL KINDS OF PICTURES ere finished n superior style and with the latest improve meets of the art. ENLARGED PHOTOGRAPHS, reproduced Irom the smallest Miniatures to Life Siie, are t&kon at this Gallery cijual to any taken East or West. All negatives are carefully retouched and preserved for future orders, jelLOUIS MONACO. Artist. F&ASm ABADIB, Real Estate Dealer BUEL STREET...EUREKA, NEV Oltirc lu the Brlek Bnildluff. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE that 1 am prepared to buy. sell and mort gage real estate in Eureka, and also advance money on good security. Houses to rent suitable lor business or for families, I am also prepared to do a general contract ing businoss. FRANK ABADIE. mfid tf LOUIS LIKilFS. JACOB LIKBRS. V. KITH. LIEBES BROS. & CO., Importer* nml Mnuulacturera of FINE HAVANA CIGARS! AND DEALERS IX Leaf, Chewing and Smoking T O B A C C O ! 320 Battery Street, near Clay, San Francisco, And 74 South C Street, Virginia City, Not. ill >!■>• 1 in' CLAIRVOYANT^ PHYSICIAN. Mr.S. DR. P. F. STEPHENS. THE greatest n-trologist. clairvoyant physi cian and test medium of the age has arrived and can ho consulted at her rooms on South Main s'roet, nearly opposite Bishop A Car penter’s tivory stable. Past, present and fu ture truthfullv delineated. Special attention given to the atliicted. Charges roasoable. Persons wishing to know their pa^t, pres en* and f uture, can do so by sending one dollar, their correct age, complexion and sea.my'Jitf DELINQUENT MINING NOTICE. I'O MAT. MOORE AND JOSEPH JONES, th ir heirs, assigns, executors or admin istrators: You arc horeby notified that wo, the undersigned, your co-owners, have per formed work ami labor on the Adelphi niino or lode, situated on tho western aide of Pros pect mount in, in tho Eureka Mining Dis trict, Eureka County, Nevada, undor the pro vi-i ns of an act of Congress entitled “An Act to promote tho development of the min ing resources ol the United Stutos,” approved .'lay 19,1872, and tho several acts amendatory and su elementary thereto, to tho amount rendarod necessary by said net; and that you have tailed to p.-rfortn yo ir proport on of such work ami expenses for tho years 1875 and l-7d according to your interests in said mine, or have tho samodona; und that unless you pay to the undersigned your just propor tion of iho expenditures of said work accord ing to your interests in said mine within 90 days alter th > publication of this notice, that your interest in said mine will becoiuo tho property of tne undersigned undor and by virtuo oi the said act of Congress, Mat. Mooro.207 feet Joseph Jones.'200 foot And of which said mining claim 200 foat was formerly owned by one Win. Miller, but was forfeited lo his co-ownors by itiilore to perform necessary work on said claim, tho same continuing in all 1,400 feet. JOHN K. JONES, ELLIS LEWIS Eurckn, Euroka County, Nav.. May 20,1877. __ ___ni'20-WJ DELINQUENT MINING NOTICE. rpo GRIFFITH WILLIAMS. OR HIS 1 assigns, executors, and administrator!: You uro heroby notified that 1, tho under signed, your co-owner, have performed labor and expenses on the Colorado mine or lode, situated oil tbi wustorn silo of Pros,sect mountain, in the Eureka Mining District. Euroka County, Nevada, under the provis ions of an act of Congress entitled “An Act to promote tho development of tho mining resources of tho United States,” approved May lUih, 1872, and the several acts amenda tory anil supplementary thereto, to tho amount rendered necessary by said act; and that you have tailed to perform your propor tion of such wors and expenses according t* your interest in suid mine, or have the sanio done; and that unless you pay to tho under, signed your just proportion of the expend; turoof said w"rk and expenses in said mira within 10 days li ter tho publication of 1 his notice, that your interest in said minewil become tho proporty of the undersigned, under and by virtue of tho said aot of Con gress. Said mine i* recorded in Bonk D. page 107, containing 1,090 f->et, of which aaid Griffith Williams claims 100 feet. JOHN E. JONES. Eureka, Eureka County, Nev„ May 20,1877. mv'20-00d _ NOTICE. TOnN E. PLATER HAS BEEN AD (I mittod a partner in our house from and uft»r this d'te. PAXTON k 00. Eureka. Mag 1. 1877. -li-Mt