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EUREKA daily SENTINEL.
"SATURDAY, MARCH 25» 1H|I)' STOCK REPORT. 8*n Praiibiwo. M»rch 24 Fr»neis<» Stock Exebsutfe. MOHS'**) BOARD. «# Onhi.r-A.WGWB^ 1220 Mexican—■» si 4 « « A-, (iould Aj: Curry-21 21 a(21 . 100 Best At Belcher—8* oH* L- r«iifornia-87* 87'? *7 » Savate—18 18* 18* 18* bo $5 Con^irniniR-86* 8.1* m 41i Chollar-IA 124 127 hOCSK 270 Hale At NorcroM-OT 87* » 08* iii,] Prown Point—2-» . 2-.* 2->* €s!:S“Ki?ks,”,k5 270 Alpba-oi •>* 2R» Belcher- •«> , 0J» 27 V g^fS5S®« EsoErmw- 84*8.8.* 10 So*. Belcher—W »» Ju-tii^-AS* A2* 2407 Union Con-18:. »"% 1H15 Lady Bryan-2* ;12 « m Julia-16* P> 10/4^ 321i Caledonia-D’4 *4^ 15'*b80 14* ii)0 Now Cejo — Li) Holden Chariot 2V% 2S 2*,i 27) Sou I h Chariot--30c 4ii0 Poorrnan - MJc We S7b3c 525 Knickerbocker—U4 4>* jrtijO (Hob©—4(Hr 37c /, n Ba I ti more On 3 V 3% bo 3 S 101) I tub -24 2IS 25 241» ^7US. Hill-IIS 11 h 17*, Eclipse 10 i»S IIV 7:/.*» Challenge*—7 S 7S 7\i Id Dayton- 7S 7>1 f0 'Man J- «*” V-*» X. Y. Con.—2H 2 20.3o $>0 VCoodvilla—314 j()'» O^ idental •”» :iV) Phil. S her i d sin—V/i 4't!) Atnercan Fiat -2 UW Aft* -4 11 Stv. Caledonia—2% 2H 73 l.ady Washington—4 70 * Ko.vuth—3S 4 7-7) Aliti*r*—4'b 4 414 1)30 2-71 Kuropa—jQc :t0» Pacific—1 Ib-iO Well8 Cargo—l"»c .T0c 47 ?c >>c iiO North C.irtmn - Sic I'dc t fvio 73c 00c 4 0 Leviathan—1% lb IS ,17) North ( on. Vs». -IF. 1'# 4 0 South J uHtico — 2* t 2 >. 3 52» Cotonopolu)ia-«7o l>o 200 Prospect *3 .*>.() Trojan—1S ;n<) Vivian-2 i i8) Erie C< n—l 100 L*>« 2‘* DM Morning Star - 61* 4-30 Silver City—IS Mircct 4luutatlmi«-3 I*. II. California—8S asked Alpha -V27. a-k-'U Empire Mid 11‘4 Crown Point—2d Ojthir—OPa bid Yellow Jacket -30 bid 30*4 asked Justice—dl'?bid asked 3* Fxeho<|uur 22 •. asked Overman g*i bid Union Con 1 • hid I'd 4 asko 1 Choi2ar —13| bid lies .V Feljhor- V) bid *»'t ati. ~d 1 alodoni* -14 4 bid 14 , asked Utah—2«» bid Union Con IMS bid Imperial 17'. hid 17 Staked Choi *r— 12b hid Sierra Nevada 2'» bid Kxcho'ioor—22 bid Mexican—bid 40 a«kod .OCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrival* aud Dsparturo*. %r Tnr kurkk i and pai.ihadi: ruiraa*. Arrival** IeiAt .\l;:hi. Chiui Vanr.% Chai Sororvo yinrr « Hncala John \ an/.a Ah Jim .i Par torio Sttarahr’ldi J KMm«hall • i II Mid *r Capt Pi ;ro© Mis* Mo (liniii* Seneca Ladd Dv|iArlurv4 Yeulrrslny. Mr* C « anoll ami 2 | olid Iren J Sulivun J Abraham A 'n il K A i'eck (t®»» Uo’ieherty H ^Wnlch F Mintou J I ■■ M -* A !<t U«KXTII»X. One of our pmmlDeut business men whs speaking to in yesterday of a mat ! ter which struck us as commending Itself forcibly to the consideration of tlie merchants of Eureka, especially , (luring these dull times when it Is de sirable to reduce ex|s*nses in all j branches of business to I lie lowest I practicable point. Nearly till ol our j mercantile house* keep a team for the 1 delivery of goods to their customers. ! These learns are no- kept busy half of j the time, while the expense attending "'em is as groat a* though they were 'torked to their u’most capacity. Ini must eases thev email the expense of Kn rxtra hand for a driver, whose wag**, together with the cost of feed for the horses, shoeinu, repairing, wtar and tear, eg.,, amounts u> a consider able sum every day. T he gen I Inman suggested that a consid "® atumiitt coultl he saved To the merchants, and a profitable business established hv some person who would *l,rt a hind of a local express and de ! ,®ry business, tfie principal object bsttig the transportation of goods from the stores to the easterners of the mer chants. hy which menus five or six trains could perform the work which is tiow distributed among three times m»t number. The project strikes us as hiuig perfectly praciii-Hhle and pos sessing many advantages over the present system. At all events we re spectfuliy submit it to t hose whom it >* addressed, against whom wo shall enter no charge upon our hooks for the suggestion. 1‘aHTtAt, Report.—The grand jury rame imo court yesterday and returned an indictment against Ah Hung lot assault with intent to kill, and one against All Mool; for murder. Ah •bing is ti,e Chinaman who shot at another heathen a low weeks ago, near cor,'er of Bateman and Main Wfoets, and Ah Mook is the Celestial "h° shot All Lung a lew days ago b i i118 'Hltor "-as being conducted to J11 l)y the Sheriff. It was ordered mat they both appear to day, at 10 ins- * f°r arraignment and plea. The n ®10^ln®Bl against Lung Tol was ig | Solar Eclipse To-Day.—There will ! be an annular eclipse of the sun to day, commencing at this point about meridian and ending about half-past two o’clock. It will be visible to all parts of North America and tho North Pacific Ocean. At Vancouver’s Island it will he nearly central and annular, and thence northeast through British North America. The obscuration will he caused by the moon passing be tween the sun and earth, concealing the solar disk, except a section of a cir cle around a portion of its border. It will commence to grow dark about noon, anil the phenomenon will lie apt to fool a few persons who don’t read the almanac or Sentinel, and tho chances are that they will either go to bed or start off for the skating rink, while those who are better posted will prepare themselves with pieces of smoked glass through which to take a line sijuiutat Lunar and Sol. On the Rampage.—A soiled dove from one of the cotes of the lower level while under the inspirations of a few jolts of liquid dynamite, got on the rampage last evening, and after car roming a la Trevilliau on the knowl edge box of a sister trailer, she ad dressed herself in most unparliamen tary language to a collection of the frail sisterhood, and was proceeding to emphasize her remarks with physical demonstrations when officer Long gathered tier around the waist ami waltzed her up to the synagogue; from which she was allowed to depart after depositing a quantity of amalgam for her appearance at J ustice Beatty's so cial tins morning. Court Business.—Judge Rives is in hopes to lix ep tho business of the District Court here so that ho will he able to leave for l’ioelie by next Wednesday or Thursday, as the busi ness ill til* own court in Lincoln county require* his presence there, ills Honor has been very industrious since lie lias been here, and a large uiiioiiui of business lias been disposed of in [lie court under his direction. I udge ( ole is expected home about the lodi proximo and will resume his seat upon the bench in time to preside at the trial of the criminal cases in which indie'ments are found by the present grand jury. __ In Eureka dead Chinamen are as thick as leaves in ValUmbrosa or three in a led. They hate got a Chinese factional war, and some sale issues in the coal camps. While it lasts, the sentinel reporter has a pay streak belter than any in the Comstock lode.—Reveille. Tho streak is pretty nearly worked out, and unless new development:! are made v.o will liaye to fall back on our old M<and-hy—the Police Court arid Damphool Infirmary. CiKTTiso Bi iteh.—D. McKay, who had his feet badly frown a few weeks ago and was taken to the County Hos pital, is getting along tinelv, and in a short time will le able lo walk around. VVlieti lie was brought to the hospital it was thought it would lie necessary at ieast to amputate one of his feet, but l>r.' Reece informs us that the patient’s loss will la* limited to a couple of toe nails, and that his feet will become as sound as they were before they were interviewed i>y Jack Ftost. ♦-— - A Scellist.—Happening into the Po lice Court-room tlie other day, just af ter the trial by jury of a case of assault and battery, wo picked up from th.» table a slip of paper w hich had been used as it ballot by one ot (lie jurors, and which bore the following legend: ” tritely sod.” We’d hazard our mother-in-law's red shawl against a :rude dollar that tlie chap who voted that ballot never went to school to Doc tor Herrick. ♦ — Fatal Accident atChkuby Creek. We learn from James M. Maioor, who arrived last evening from White Pine, tliafjiist before h« left Hamilton a dis putcii was received there soiling that IVier Ncainan, a Kerman brewer at Cherry Creek, was accidentally killed on Wednesday last by the caving in of a cellar which ho was engaged in dig ging. Deceased was well known in White Pmecounty. He leaves a wife aud several children at Cherry Creek. Sale of Heal Jvstatk.— \ t steruay the Cohn ltros. tiled for record a deed conveying to them from \Y. A. Mont gomery the lot ‘Si x PH) Icel on Main s' rent just above and adjoining Ashim’s store. The purchasers had taken a Ichso of the ground for a number of years, and were erecting on it a hand some building, when they concluded to purchase tlio property. The price paid was f'li,tl()0. Nor CltEiuTF.n.—1Tlio report that our old friend Hutu* invited a couple of ladies to accompany him to see tlio eclipse to-day, and that lie went to ltigelow’s hall to secure reserved seats for tlie occasion, is supposed to have emanated from the President of the Ananias Association, and is not gen erally credited by the members of the Independent Central Committee. Divorce::.— A decree of divorce was granted yesterday in the District Court, in the case of Amelia Lundgren vs. tico. P. Luudgren. No alimony was allowed to the plsiutitt', who was per mitted by the decree to resume the name of Amelia Duncan, which she bore before her marriage to defendant. Sazkrao Choi* stank.—Iko Phillips lias taken the chop stand in the Sazerao Saloon, which he proposes to run in first class style; serving to his cus tomers nothing but the best that can be procured in the market, and cooked in accordance with the most scientific principles of tlio ntixinc art. Km.KHOUS.—To-day is tho Feast ot the Annunciation of tlio Pleased Vir gin, and is a holiday of obligation in iho Cat In lie Church. Muss will be celebrated at 9 o’clock. There is a message in the olHoe o1 Western Union Telegraph Company for Jno. Duruing; also one for A. P. Morgan. SIXTH DISTRICT COURT. MARCH TEKJl—HON. HENRY RIVES PRE SIDING. The Court met pursuant to adjourn ment, Judge Henry Hives presiding, and the following proceedings were had: M. H. Bartlett vs. Hannah Curley; passed, to be taken up by agreement. It. Volk et al. vs. J. E. Jones et al.; ordered that hearing of the argument be set for March 27, 1876. M. C. Webstor vs. G. W. (Jilmore; set for April 10th. VY'. P. Haskell et al. vs. I. Baron et al.; trial set for April 10th. The grand jury came in and made a partial report. Eiindgren vs. Eundgren; decree of divorce granted. Court adjourned until to-day at 10 a. M. 1'ERSOXAl.. YV. IE Shaw, Superintendent of the Jackson mining works, left on yester day morning’s train for Verba Buena. Mrs. K. M. Beatty arrived oil last evening’s train from a protracted visit to the sunset edge of the continent. Serenaded.—After the newly wed ded couple bad retired to their resi dence oil Spring street, night before last, they were complimented with a serenade by Kellogg’s string band. SPECIAL NOTICES. Bound to bk 8oi.d—To niako room for a large stock of Stationery coming from the East. Will sell for tho next sixty days, AT CUS I’, l-iO roams of paper, 200 bottles ot Ar nold’? writing fluid—quart bottles—at it per bottle; a very largo assortment of bound ledgers, daybooks, journals, etc., cheaper than you ear, get them from 8.111 F rancisco, and various other articles in the stationery line too numerous to mention. Received from the rnanu'aetory lumps of »11 descriptions, and will sell them "0 per cent, cheaper than any house in plureka. Also u very large amount of Patent Medici es, oil. window glass, paint and brushes. Come and see tor yourself, and you wiil be astonished at the prices. These article- must be sold beloro I stint for the Centennial. Prescriptions carefully compounded. Will prescribe true of charge for tho -icS. L. FERRY, M. D. jaFOtf City Drug Store, Eureka, >ev. - ♦- - - — .no«-£fi*s. mh-l -— Pubk Mii.k..—Tlio undersigned will ship daily from hi* diary in l;ino Valley, pure mi Ik, which can be obtained at. the store of iaylor X \Vhitt »n. 2J. MAI’LK. I'm. VaLLKY, March 11, lb7»». uirlJ-tf Notick.— If this should meet tho eyo of John McLennan, hi* will hour somethin* to !ii.« advantage by calling on M. I". Lartlett, at tho bunking house of L. 13. lmniel X Co. tii’tf Watches and jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to have your watches and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to 1*. SrobT's jewelry store, two doora bolow My ers <V l runUin. fJl'tf Notice.—Uncle Manheitu, corner Alain and Clark streets, will dispose of &T0 American Lovor Clocks at Z1 on apiece; former price, 57 to £5. jy'-O 11. Manhuu. ♦ CfiALLKMtiK.—I, Ed. Iirannan, do hereby challenge Jos. Farnsworth to wrestle, Roman style, for the *um of one thousand dollars a side, in United States gold coin, in either two or three weeks from time of signing articles. Man and money ready at any time. El). BKANNAN. Elrkka, Nov., March 15, lb7tt. mrld-ti (irioN’s line of European steamers. Tickets soldtbyM. 11. Joseph, ut theGOLBKX RULE, for U. >. currency. Joe is the agent; «oe him for particular*. xurld-tf LonuiNit-HousK For Kent.—T he San Fran cisco Lodging-house, upstairs over the cloth ing store ol J. tohu Ar Bro. inquire of J. L. Ill v KLEY, mr'J-lm At the i’arker House. ■— ♦ Mocirs. uihi Wanted—A woman to do gcnoral house work. Inquire at M US. M R. BARTLETT’S, Spring streets two doors north of the Episco pal Church. _ mr23-if IKKH'K. mhi *' J. Stbai's has nothing but what is imported from the only California Jewelry Company of San t ranciseo. n'JOtf Girl Wanted to do general housework; one who is a good wa«her and ironer. Apply at the sentinel office. mari'-U ♦ Watches and jewelry repaired with neat ness and dispatch by J. LEHMAN, a lirit ; class watchmaker, in J. 8TKAU;$’ jcwulry store, below the Parker House. filtf M4M1IW mh4 ♦ CotnsH.—Twenty boxed ot' Xow tleorge's codfish, direct from Itoston, hi mrlS-tf TAYLOR * WHITTON’S. .liM tl>.. mh4 ♦ To Rkn r.—A Inrge, airy houso, in h good lo cality, to lot. Inquire of isu MllS.S. ASULM. ltn i i tion in furnishing goods at Joseph's <101.DEN HULK store, do there for bar gains. mrlti-tf Fok choice brands of tobacco, go to tho OOLDKN RULE. mrld-tf C OK. ICE” CIIO2? HOUSE! Iu tho rear of tho Corner Saloon. GIACOMELLA & CO., Proprietors. j pVEKY DELICACY THAT CAN BE j procured in this <>r theBwu Frnndae* mar ket will bo found at this establishment. PRIVATE ROOMS FOR PARTIES. nir£>tf NOTICE. IN PURSUANCE OK Mi ORDER MADE 1 by tho Hon. Board of County Commission ers of Euroku County, Nev., on thumb inst., notice is hereby given that said Board will ni" t on .Saturday, March i'nh, lt>7ii, at 10 o’clock ». m., for the purpose ot levying the State and County Taxes tor the fiscal year 1x7". K. II. llAUMUN, Clerk. Et ui.K.i, Nov., March 7th, lk7d. mar8-td WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TCLECt?APH MONEY ORDERS. »pUIS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO 1 transmit money by telegraph to all points on the Pacific Coast, and to all princi pal cities and towns tllfjugiiuut the United Slates. For term., app.y to Looal Agents, iofi-tf MISCELL A NEO US. Owing to its Superior Facilities, THE SENTINEL OFFICE Can bo executed all kinds of JOB PRINTING AT L OWE R RATES Than any other Office in the State. EUREKA FOUNDRY. Xi. C. AWDER30W1, Having purchased the proper ty known as the Eureka Foundry, is now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc. with Castings of All Descriptions; also. Machine Work. MW Orders from Austin. Belmont, Hamil ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with disnatch. All work leaving this foundry GLARANTEKD, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address ed to L. C. ANDERSON, Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada, Will receive proinnr attention. o2Utf jp . LOE WY BBS TO INFORM HIS friends that he has bought the asroncyof J. 11. MICHAEL for all the Kaslern Fapers. Periodical*, Maga zine* and Fashion llook*. And is prepared to deliver them to his sub scribers at their place of residence F It i: 2: OF € 1IARGE! * .-OFFICE, at G. Young’sGunsmithShop, Mai » street. EDWARD CASEY, Fashionable Tailor. HA? REMOVED TOTHS NORTH wort corner of Main and Rate- i man streets, above Sweeney’s stable, \|2 ! whore ho will keep constantly on hand —' *■ j Cloths of tho Latest Patterns, And n complete assortment of all kinds of TAILORING GOODS. Keeping lully posted in regard to the latest stylos, 1 am enabled at all times to serve my i-«itrons with FASH ION A Jil.K GARMENTS. All work guaranteed, and PRICKS TO SI 11 11IK TIMES. No misfits allowed to leave the shop. a30tf Eureka Drug Store! Next Poor to Hell*, Fargo A (Vn Office. Whore can be found Fresh and Pure Medicines, Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery and Toilet Articles OF AM, HI MIS. Careful attrition given to the preparation ot PHYSICIANS’ PKESCRIPTIONS, Having had h practical it nowledge in this lia for more than twenty-five years, apjntt F. J. SCHNEIDER. Druggist. GEORGE YOUNG, ” Gunsmith and Cutler IIEC.S TO INFORM THE D 11Lib 1 ic that ho has re moved from hi* old stand, near tho ►'*ilver Brick ."iiloon, to the opposite side, on Main street, 1 next to D. Manhcim’s store. where he will be happy to receive the putrouago of his former customers. He also informs tho public that he has 1'ONHTANT LT ON HAND The finest and largest assortment —or— GUNS AND PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Also, ammunition, and every other article in the sporting line. A large assortment of W tmlenliwIiii’M Cutlery, Batcher.’ loots. CalllornlH-inmle Carvliigbets, Kamora, And all other goods partaining to this line, at the lowest figures. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch. charges reasonable. Eureka. Feb. 17-th. Ib74. felS-tf Antonio Ferraris, PRACTICAL BOOTM AKER. MAIN STREET, EUREKA, A few doors above Odd FelUnva* Hall. 'iMlli BEST OF FITS MAI E OUT OF THE X best of material, turned out oi this shop. Ladies' Work Mnde to order and guaranteed to fit. French dressing for ladies’ and children’s shoes kept on hand. dvtf ANTONIO FERRARIS. New Firm! New Goods! SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. F. A. MILLICU : : : : PROPRIETOR. I WILE KEEP A CONSTA NTw^e-fvr*^ 1 supply of Fresh rul;i,“'ni',TiITT** Produce, to arrive ev<*ry train. Also Fish, lurkeys, Chickens* Fresh I'ystors, Honey in the comb, ilauis, and a general assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES! Fresh from the importing louint of lue East and West, two doors above the Parker Houst, Main street. dl7tf V. A. MILLICH. JHSCELLANEO VS. THUS WE GLIDE! CRITERION SKATING RINK QPEN EVERY DAY FROM TWO TILL four o'clock in tho afternoon and from 8 to 10 in the evening. flood Skates and Fits Iter Everybody. COME ONE! COME ALL! AND HAVE lots or rvzr. Admission.23 cents Cse of Skates.23 cents LEWIS BERNARD, Proprietor, mrlli-tf R. SADLER & CO., MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Uoods Delivered Free of Charge. AGENTS FOR FOREIGN AND HONS INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Heron* les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mw7-tf EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LIMBER COMPANY. South Main Street. Eureka. Nevada and California LUMBER 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, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on Hand. EVERYTHING AT T11E LOWEST CASH RATES. d7tf E. A C. I.. CO. L. W. CROMKS. T. 1. MAUPIN MAUPIN & CROMER Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, Mill and mining goods, gas PIPES steam and gas fittings. lltinae Furulsliing Goods. STOVES, TIN AND COPPER WARE. POW DER AND FUSE. W1NDLASS ROPE OF ALL SIZES. ETC. We are also prepared to Cut and Fit Gas Pipe. HILL & FURNACE WORK Done on Short notioe. The heat quality of Steel, and also Stcns Coal. Constantly on hand. Also. Manufacturers ot Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention raid to nil work in our lino, and guaranteed to give perfect sutislao tion in every particular. Constantly on hand. Blasting and Giant Powder pt,WDEK, FUSE. CAPS, ETC. auntr MAUPIN A CROMER. livYryTfeed' Sale StaUle. C. C. CAEPKNTKB. H. KIBHOP. BISHOP 4k CARFENTSR. SOUTH .MAIN STREET, NEARLY OPR© sito the Tumor llouse, Eureka. Wo har.j eeently purchased a number ot clogant ti.in cuts and a lot ot line ^ddle-horses. and are prepared to furnish CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and Sa\I)DLK-HOUSES at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the day, week, or month. Hay and Barley lor sale. By fair-doalicg, good stock, and strict: at tention to business, wa hope to secure a fair j hare of patronage. np?tf ^T. J. BELL’S STAGE UHE TYBO AND BELMONT! LEAVES EUREKA EVERY FOUR DAYS. Office in Eurekn with SNETSlifGEB. k HEN DE&SON. Wed Miin MreM. tf MISCKLLANKO D8. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS! J. COHN & BRO. Announce to the public oi Eureka and vi cinity that the First Grand Auction Salel OF THEIR BHO&KOVI STOCK -OF CLOTHING -AND Furnishing Goods! WILL COME OFF WBDSBSBAT ZTXQHT, Commencing at 7 o’clock. TEE SECOND AUCTION SALE -ON SATU&SAT 1TZOKT, • At the came hour. Daring the Day Goods will be Sold at Great SACRIFICING PRICES! For the entire stock must be sold inside of THIRTY DAYS! % Come All, and be Convinced of the Truth! J. COHN & BRO. fftf DULL TIMES -AND MONEY IS SCARCE 0. DUNKEL & CO., Corner Main aud Clark Streets We are up with the dull times and have made a Large Reduction in Prices on our Goods. WE WILL SELL Patent Overalls for $175, formerly $2.50. Buckskin-fastened Overalls for 75 cents, formerly $1.50. Arctic Overshoes for $1.25, former ly $2. Rubber Boots for $2.50, formerly $5 Buffalo Shoes for $2.50, formerly $9.50. Cal. Buckskin Gloves for $1.75, for merly $2.50. Genuine Cal. Undershirts for $1.75, formerly $2.50. Genuine Cal. Drawers for $1.75, for merly $2.50. Genuine Cal. Shaker Socks for 25 cents. Beaver Overcoats, Blue and Brown, for $12, formerly $18. Beaver Suits for $20, formerly $30. Black Dress Suits for $37.50, for merly $50. Chinchilla Pantc for $4, formerly$7. Blanket Pants for $2.50, formerly $5. Heavy Scotch Tweed Pants for $3, formerly $5. Heavy four pt. Blankets for $8, for. merly $9.50. And all other goods reduced In Proportion, which will be for 3ASB only. V. a.—No Goo<l« Kill bo mukMl »• tha Siil«ir»lk. »i4s-tr