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-r-’' , 7r VeCEMUF-R 10.18BI. giTUBDAit •• •_ «rripHM»Agent ^— rue Dl’iT. from *••• Note-book ol th. a(r.Reporter. outing »tthe riul< t0"nlBbt' H*a , tha E P. Railroad continues Travel on ^Tbo Itaby-Duuderberg Company pay all biTbTc«i“mcnt «“ miniDB 0ircle' COn’ •SSSf*.-in BPiondi<i con Tuhe faniw-R »r0 wcl1 *nPPUe<1 witb TC°aeo”g» Thtcher of Ban Francisco Jived last evening. T Dortant business before tbe County Comnii38i°ner9 r„lds rheumatism and pneumonia are prevalent in this locality. Tbe "Snow Drop” soc.a occurs on the Jh inst. at Bartlett s Hall. e.us.sur Flanagan's deficiency in Washoe Cou'ntym w figures up #1 .CTB. C jmlee Leonard will be a candidate for reflection to tto Supreme bench. „ w„vii,t Sentinel can be had at W. ,?«rose“nowsst.nd,Baby Hill. J gunnel Goldstone, Esq., left yesterday („r Carson on professional business. There is but little business going on in f nt tbe offices about the Courthouse. A few shares of Eureka Con. sold yes tJjsyat ¥13 23. and Eureka Tunnel at *V'der Sheriff Jim Mason will interview 0ur business men on tbe license question 'Tit emigrants passed West yesterday. A majority of them were from tbe Western Stiles. The Weekly Sentinel is a good paper to tend to your frieudB iu the East and in Europe. The machinery at the I-rtce A Davis mine it undergoing a general overhauling and Tminer named McLaughlin was seri cutly injured last Wednesday in tbe Lagle mine at Lewis. Mrt T. D. Page of Fish Creek will tpend the Winter with her sister, Mrs. Pollard, at Elko. Mr A Sturgis, a large owner in the gettmorts Mining Company, arrived from Chicago last evening. No reports have come in from any place outside of Eureka and But.y Hill with ro mrd to the recent earthquake Bhoek. Hon A J- Blair and Eugene Blair ar rivsd vesterday afternoon by private con veyance from Bristol, Lincoln County. There is not a teraperanoe organization of tny kind in Storey County, nor are such institutions numerous on tbe Base itango. The regular monthly meeting of the Eu rtkt Branch of the Irish Land League will be held at Hibernia Hall at 8 o clock this emimg Bead Supervisor ttauitu is lob of work on Ruby Avenue in making the street much wider and of better grade than formerly. Beveral very valuable Eureka mining properties will soon be offered for sale in ihe Esst. and they are worth all that will be asked for them. W. 0. Mills Jr. had a pair of crutches taken to his rooms yesterday afternoon, where he will remain with them and the rheumatism for some days. Ihe children taking part in “Pooahon tas" are requested to meet at tho Opera House this afternoon at 2 o’clock, eliarp, for a complete musical rehearsal. Johnny Crowley, who has been on the sick list In California for aome time, has returned end resumed his old position as Conductor on the E. A P. Railroad. O. J. Scanland, County Superintendent of Schools, can he found at the Auditor’s ofioe to-day from 9 a. m. to 12 M.. to pay 111 wirnnts against tho School Fund. Ksrtin Piintoni, tho owner of the Dead Broke mine on Prospect Mountain, has a due ihowlng of ore In tho old workings. Hi iieonfldenl of its making a bonanza. P. Bleler makoe announcement this morning of his elegant assortment of jew tliy and silverware, which he has selected In Bin Francisco especially for tho holidays. Mr. R. Badler and Thomaa Haley yester day made an inspection of the new rail road work between here and Pinto. What’s np now ? Are the '' aour grapes1' going to build another line? A number of viaitors yesterdav wont up to the Prospect Mountain and Eureka Tunnels, They found that the reports in relation to the above properties had not h«n exaggerated. Jesse Pierce and Hank Rogers, the Can dslaria stage robbers, have been bound over In $9,000 eaoh, The evidence againat them on the examination was very strong. Senator Powning’s houao at Reno was entered by burglars Wednesday oveniug, who took away with them every portable thing of value. They took PoWniug's "bull dog," but left him bia Bible. Tho recent dlsooverles in Proapect Moun tain have had the effect of giving greater Oonildenoe In the stability of Eureka, so much so that several parties have an nounced their intention of building brick raaidanoes u aoon as the weather will per mit. The Elko Independent «ay» that all re ports from the Contention mine, adjoin *n$ the Onondaga, at Bafford District, owned by several of the railroad men, are of a very enoouraging character, and there can no longer be a reasonable doubt but that they have a very valuable property. "Saratoga" Is lu active rehearsal by the Oramatio Club. With one exception, the entire caat on the ladies’ side is new, and imong the gentlemen only two of the for mer taoes remain. The Club, however, has BOt been weakened by the new material, *nd when the play is presented the publio ™l get a rloh comedy treat. Hotel Arrivals. Parker Home—A. Bturgls, Chicago; O' Tuaoher, D. Dwyor, Stn Francisco; A. J. “Itlr, Eugene Blair, Bristol. Jackson House—John Flaherty, Becret CMyon; J. Holmes, E. A F. H. ».; D, B. Amy, Oreana; M. Bulllvan, Ban Frandaoo. Besieged by Ofllre Meeker*. The Silver Btate taya that Senator John P. Jones la on the Oomatock, where several patriots, who are willing to serve their country In almoat any kind of position •here the salary is fair and the oppor tunity to increase It good, have been anx [OUily awaiting hii arrival for a week. He *' •tid to be beleagurrd with office seekers, Jho importune him at all hours of the uy and night to do something for them. A Fin* Showing. Eight assays from samples taken India crimlnately from a lot’of ore thrown down by one blast In the Onondaga mine, at •word, have bean made by Colonel Tyson Jtth tha following results: $275 27; $182 62; gjl 84; $41g 67; $25$ 30; $30 10; $108 70; leaking an average value por ton, A Pleasant meeting. C- E. Mayer, who has the snttlerahtp at Port Halleek, arrived In Eureka yeater day, and met an old soboolmate in the »ortn of Gid Boanlaud, When last seen they were talking about old times and •heir early loves Richmond Bullion. The Richmond Company shipped thli Roraing by Wells, Fargo A Ccf.’s Express 11 ban ol bullion, valued at $20,87$ 10, the ureat scare. Th« Terror or Smallpox I'aabatnl «»<l Increasing. A dispatch from St. Louis says F. W. Hatch, the Secretary of the California Board of Health, writes to the St. Louis Health Commissioner that that State has been quarantined against Chicago, and that trains on the Central Pacific Railroad have introduced smallpox in five coun tiee along the line in California, and in every case the disease can be traced to Chi cago arrivals. In St. Louis there is a great deal of smallpox, 20 cases being reported from quaraniine. In relation to this dis patch, the Chicago authorities sav they have no official information of the fact of it being true, and they are inclined to doubt it. They say. however, if San Francisco quarantines against Chicago, then they will quarantine against New York out of necessity. The smallpox is, indeed, very prevalent here, and has recently broken out in many first class localities. Two thousand people were vaccinated at the Health Office here to-day, aud there were 39 deaths from the horrible disease last week. A smallpox epidemic is fcarod, and there is a genuine scare. Vocal and Instrumental Mimic. Mrs. Laura 8. Church, a lady of superior accomplishments, announces by advertise ment in the Sentinel, that she has in view to open an Academy of Vocal and In strumental Music, where she will give les sons in elocution, oratory and French. She also proposes to organize and teach a local company for the production of some of her own comic operas, among which way be mentioned ' The Wreck of the Pin-' afore,” the sequel to Sullivan’s popular musical satire. The piece was produced at the Tivoli in San Francisco with con siderable success, and demonstrated that the fair authoress was gifted with marked composing powers. Her talent, however, is not confined to the writing of operas; she is both a brilliant pianist and vocalist. For a number of years she was a member of the Bohemian circle in San Francisco, and made her department of dramatic and musical criticisms in the Pacific Life and News Letter an interesting and looked for feature in those journals. Mrs. Church hag managerial qualities of a high order, which, combined with her splendid ener gies, will no doubt insure her success in whatever she undertakes. Prison Policy. The question of putting convict labor in competition with the industries of hon orablo people is serious. For the sake of saving a pittance to the State involuntary labor may throttle honest toil. Is it not better to keep criminals out of the labor market? It seems so. It is proverbial that Republics are ungrateful; but to use criminals to the disadvantage of good citi zen tradesmen has a worse look than even that. The California Directors of the Han Quentin Prison propose to do an impolitic thing. They look to starting a tannery to bo worked by jail birds. A sprightly con temporary takes the occasion to remark: Later on we expect to see a new tanning enterprise which will involve the State Prison Directory, hut not the convicts. We shall be willing to aid this new scheme. Just What Miners Want. Wo are in receipt of a new book by the well-known publisher, Henry N. Copp of Washington, D. C. It is called the Ameri can Mining Code, and is the most com plete work on tho subject extant. In addition to the United States mining laws and regulations, it gives the State and Territorial laws now in force, with an ex tensive digest of Court ami Land. Oftico decisions, list of 5,000 patented mines, Dr. Raymond’s rich glossary, and many new and improved forms, including location notices, mechanics’ liens, eto. Copp's Mining Code contains 230 pages, 8vo., and aells for 50 cents in paper and $1 25 in cloth. It is the latest, cheapest and only reliable miners’ guide now before the pub lic. Send for a copy. Very OMtllable. At a Teachers’ Institute recently held at Dayton, h'ev., Miss Rothschild, a young lady of 17, daughter of our townsman, B. Rothschild, read a first rate, original essay. The Enterprise says of her effort: "Miss Rothschild's essay on ' Practical Grammar ’ was a well-considered criticism of pre vailing methods of grammatical instruc tion. She took the ground that grammar is taught too much and practiced too little in the schoolroom. She maintained that • it ought to he made to permeato all the recititions and conversations which pnpils havo or hold in the presence of their teacher.’ The subject was discussed at length by Messrs Vsn Wagennen and Bray, both taking substantially the same ground as the essayist." Olst reaving' Accident. John Lloyd, a miner at the Union, met with a serious acoident Thursday morning, says the Virginia Chronicle. He was walking in a drift on the 2400 level, with a lantern in one hand and a large file in the other. His head was bent down, and ho failed to see an advancing ore car until it struck him. The car jammed the file against him in such a way that it en tered his breast near the liver. Dr. Har ris was called, but as the Chroniole goea to press it has not yet been aacertalncd whether the liver is penetrated. If so, the injury is likely to prove fatal. Another Thenter Horror. The same old sad atory of a crowd be ing suffocated and roasted in a burning theater comes to ns in a dispatch from Vi enna. Now that 400 men, women and children have been sacrificed at one fell swoop on account of the lack of proper fire escapes, will the public remember the ghastlv catastrophe long enough to de mand a new departure in the construotlon of theater buildings? Any one of the lives lost in the Vienna fire was worth more—If such a comparison be possible— than ten such magnificent theaters aa fell a prey to the flames. War of Words, George T. Mayre Jr. has the floor in the oolumns of the Enterprise and Chronicle, while 0. O. Stevenson makes Slippery Gulch reverberate with his answers in the Gold Hill News. It Is all with regard to an affair which the public are n0‘ get much Information about from * oontroveray—the management of the Ken tnok mine. Mayre threaten, damning ex posure. and Stevenson quotes Macbeth . • Lay on McDnff, and d-—d be h»who first crioi hold 1 enough.” Fashionable Millinery. Mri. 8. Loryca, now stopping at the Jackson House, will remain oniy a few davs longer. She will leave on Monday evening next. Hence the MUM oLKurek. and Ruby Hill, who desire the latest»”d most fashionable stvles in“llhncrJ’ should call without delay, has a brilliant assortment of goods, whloh are sold at reasonable prloes. Mining *ale. The Mountain View mine at Hot Creek coed at once to ereot smelting and leeomng work! for developing the mine. Happy Shrink*** The asseesmenU levied becoming de !«£. la J2GU.500 for all the mines in Nevada. Fell Hand. ' P. West, an inmate of the County Hoa pltal at Virginia City, f*U dead yeaterday f* a At of spllspiy. JUDUE HILLYER. Some Incident* of the* Life of n Worthy tlenllfinnu. The latest intelligence from San Fran cisco is that Judge E. W. Hillyer is better and will recover. This is very gratifying news to those who know the Judge—a man of the sweetest manners and purest mind. The Grass Valley Union gives some facts of his history as follows: Judge Hill yer, now United States Judge for the dis trict of Nevada, was for many years a resi" dent of Auburn, Placer County. Ho rep' resented the county for one session in the Assembly, and at the commencement of the war joined the Fourth Regiment of California Volunteers as First Lieutenant of the Auburn Grays. He served until the closo of the war, during which time he rose to the position of Lieutenant Colonel; his principal duties during the last year of service being those of Judge Advocate. When the voluuteers were mustered out of service at the closo of the war, Colonel Hillyer located at Virginia City and re sumed the practice of his profession, the law, and not long afterward was elected District Attorney of Storey County, and subsequently was appointed United States District Jndge, a position he has occupied for a number of years, acquiring the repu tation of an able jurist and respected for a probity of character that he has maintained throughout his whole life. The informa tion of Judge Hillyer being at death’s door will be sad news to many friends who were his intimates in the days of his early Cali fornia life, and who have continued to bold him in high appreciation for the kind ly and noble qualities of his generous natue. A Hl'KEB APPLICATION. ■Ilka Nearly In Limbo, but Saved by Jingo. An application was yesterday filed in the State Surveyor General’s ofHce by a person From the eastern part of the State, wishing to purchase all the land npon which the town IliUo, Lincoln County, is located, at Glovernment rates. Of course there is a neat little job hidden beneath what would in the surface appear to be a perfectly in nocent application on the part of the appli cant. The likelihood iB that official action in the matter will be " indefinitely post poned;” hut should the Hikoites ever get wind of the applicant’s name, he might as well seek for mercy at the hands of a band if Apaches on the warpath, as to expect mild treatment from a village full of Frontiersmen, who are averse to treachery ir double dealing of any kind. The Weekly Sentinel. To-day is tho regular publication day of tho Weekly Sentinel. It will contain, as isual, thirty-two columns of reading mat ter, devoted to the State, Coast, general ind local news of the week. These weekly editions far excel any newspaper publica tion ever issued in Eastern Nevada. The Weekly Sentinel should be distributed ’ar and wide, as the most effective means if making our district known abroad. It ■an be secured in wrappers, postpaid, at .he Postoffice news depot and at Calisbor Brothers. For yearly subscriptions, ap ply at the publication office, corner of Monroe and Bateman streets. Terms, $5 t year. __ C. A C. K. It. The following are the stopping plaoes and distances along the Carson & Colo rado Railroad between Hawthorne and Handelaria. The first. Stanfield, 10 miles From Hawthorne and 110 miles from the Mound House: Kinkead, 113 miles ; Lun ng, 125 miles: New Boston, 131 miles; joda Springs, 137 miles; Rhodes’ Marsh, 142 miles ; Belleville. 150 miles ; Junction, 154 miles and Candelaria 159 miles. At huniug the stage connects tri-weekly with Srantsvtlle, Belmont and Tybo, and from 4oda Springs the stage connects with Gold Mountain and Candelaria. Killed by tbe Cara. Wednesday a light engine brought to Beno J. W. Adams, who was found lying in the railroad track at bridge 26 above ferdi. He had been run over by the rain and his legs and body badly crushed. Fie wss taken to the County Hospital, vliere he died Wednesday. Adams was a lative of Lynn, Massachusetts, and had isen working in Truckee as a carpenter. , Clash s Her Released. General John Gashwiler of San Fran :isco, well known here and everywhere ilse on the Coast, was discharged from iis liabilities last Monday. Seven years igo he was worth nearly $1,000,000. Dur ng the time of his prosperity he was on utiraate terms with J. C. Flood. Does lot the intimacy explain the release? Bracing Ip. Notwithstanding the cry of dull times :ho tradesmen of Carson, says the Appeal, ire getting in large stocks of holiday roods, and it flfcafe to say that they will lave a good holiday trade. The times, ifter all, are not so greatly depressed as he chronic croaker wishes the outside rorld to believe._ All i.moNrri*niuB The Carson Appeal says that Mr. Deugh jrty of that place canght near the reser voir yesterday what he supposed to bo a young oottontail rabbit. Before he suc ceeded in taming the playful little brute, he learned, much to his embarrassment, that it was a juvenile polecat. -.-♦-——— MaiouIc. The regular convocation of St. John u Chapter No. 5, R. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall this evening at 7 o clock, at which time the officers for the ensuing year will be elected. _ Nettled. The majority of the physicians at Car son City believe that Guiteau is insane. Martin'* Holiday Goode. Ladiea’ and gents’ elegant pocket-booka and dressing cases, at Martin’s drng store. Prioes reduced on all holiday goods, at Martin's drng store. Sachet powder and perfumeries of all kinds, at reduced prices, at Martin’s drug '^Celluloid sets and plush cases, in all va rieties, at Martin’s drug store. Imported toilet and fancy goode, sold at bed-rock price*, at Martin’s drug store. Holiday goods of every description sold at lower prices at Martin’s drug store than any other store In Eureka. Robinson Oblsoe, Swiss Family Robin son. and many other Juvenile works, in nice binding, only 75 cents at Davidson s. Regular price, $1 50. All the Poets, in fine gilt, red lino edi tion, only *1 at Davideon’e. * Davidson, at the Poetofflce Bookitore. is selling books at post. • Fob the finest and cheapest holiday goods, go to Bohn eider's drug store. * Ton will save money by reading F.J. Bobneider^eiv^vmisemeuL^^^^ NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE). rrtHEBE WILL BeTbeOCLAR MONTHLY T meeting of the Eureka Branch of the Irl.h Land League THIS (Saturday) EVEN* iNii 8 o'clock, At HibernlA HaII. IN(* Al PETER BREEN. Pr«*ldADt. p. Habmow, Secretary. Eureka, Dec »■ 1881._ ai° U Just Received ! FREgH BOOS-TWO AND A QDABTKf dostn fortl. or 113 per oee*. ■Ueo. freet Oyetera,'reduced t* fl P*» caa. al BIBa’fi. d( MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. .AT. M. J. FRANKLIN & C0.s Our Fancy Goods Department! Will be found specially] interesting at ..present, and it will receive acces sions of new dally from now till after the Holidays. Ties, Col larettes, Flchnes. Ribbons, Rnclalngs, Faaas, Pnrses in Aealskln, Plnsh and Feather. Alik and Llaaeu llaaaderchlefb, etc. In fact everything iaa onr line suitable for the Holiday trade. A full line of these Celebrat ed Cloves^ just t o. Hand. C'GUjOVHS^ nNO 1910. 1876J In all the Stylish Lengths. kElegant 5Hol iday Present. tF We have ordered specially for the Holiday Trade a Fine Assort ment of Ladles' and Children's READY MADE DRESSES and OFTNIDE GARMENTS. Dress lengths of Satin d* Lyon and Bonnet Bilk for com bination suits. Just the thing; for a rleh Christmas Gift. WHEN IN SEARCH OF HOLIDAY GOODS, DON’T FAIL TO CALL ON US. Eureka, Dee. 8,1881. M. I. FUAXKLI.V A CO. Down With Monopolies! Don With Grabbers! GRAND OPENING! GRAND OPENING! .AT THE. RED HOUSE! .ON. M!oiTcla,y^JDec. 12, ’81. THE LARGEST STOCK, THE CHEAPEST STOCK, THE FINEST STOCK, Ever Before Presented for Inspection! ^IHRISTMAS IS APPROACHING, AND I AM DE termlned to capture the Lion's share of the business, if ^can do so. The increase of my business gives everybody an idea of my square dealing. THE RED HOUSE Has proved so far and will continue to be the friend of the poor and hard working population. All goods per sonally selected, comprising a stock of Plain apd Fancy Holiday Goods never before equaled In Eureka. The articles are too numerors to mention, and must be seen to be appreciated. Everything from a needle to an elephant. EVERYBODY IS INVITED. B. ALEXANDER. TWO DOOR WORTH OF PARKER HOUSE. Holiday Goods! .AT. Schneider’s Drug Store. THE LARGEST ASH BEST SELECTED STOCK! .SCC'H AS. Cut Glass and Pressed Bottles! ■ Ubln-a, Lnudbor*'*. Atklu.ona, Tetlow'*, Bennett', and Colsate’* PERFUMES! PERFUMES! Satin-Covered and Band-Tainted ■p q tt ■ E T IB O T T X-t E S ! SUPERB TOILET SETS! LADIES’ AND GENTS’ POCKETBOOKS AND DRESSING CASES! Ladle.* Pln.h and Leather Bafi and Sateh*la. Pln.li, Leather and tilae. Odor Caeee. Jewel Bone*, Pln.h and all Variatleq. A Lara. Variety of Collnlold Net*. Kod. White, Bine, Wold, Silver and Ivory. Lubln'e llandkerehlof Eatraet* lu 1 ea., 4 01., 8 oa. aud IS oa. Bottle*. Satin and Embroidered Ladies’ Tidies ..AND. Gents’ Shaving Sets In Cases! vrv atock la ao large and varied that It la lmpoaaible to enumerate all tne aruoiea. from tbe m.nuf.ctur.r. in .mo rood,eh..D.r tb»n ,nr bon.. In B.n Fr.ioi.co. ing order and stating price. n34tf Eureka. Nov. 23. 1881. ■■■■^_— y% t ■ tt* HARRIS, —chub in— Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hate, Capa, Bhirti, Underwear, Hoelery, Trunki, Valieee, Bto. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SFBCIALITYfl FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA Full Lines of Extra Six© Underwear. ALF HARRIS, Two door, north of Jneh rorry’i B.loon MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. PROCLAMATION TP IRj oim: SANTA CLAUS! 1881. ' 1882. > Know all men by these premkntn that i bate thin bat appointed IK. MORRIS CAL1NHKR aa my Auttaoriaed Agent a* Kurcka, Nevada. Signed SANTA CLAUS. Maying been honored as above, i have taken special pains this teas to secure everything desirable in the shape of Holiday Goods. I have Just returned 1 San Francisco, where I spent several weeks, and can confidently say that I have pur chased the finest stock of these goods ever brought to Eureka. NEW HOLIDAY BOOKS! An Immense variety In nil departments or literature. In eloth and Su bindings, which I ofTer at exceptionally low prices. Photograph Albums, Autograph Albums, Russia Leather Goods, Musical Albums, Articles of Virtu, I Bill Just unpacking a choice and varied stock or Artistic Stationery, comprising Illuminated Stationery In Exquisite Designs. Fine Pnpeterles In Silk and Velvet. Do not fell to see the above before making yonr Holiday Purchases. Elegant Toilet Sets, Gold Pencils and Pens, Elegant Celluloid Sets, Plush and Morocco Glove Boxes. -o Our Prize Christmas Cards! Will be fonnil larger and more complete than any sflnllar assortment. I have received them direct front the well known house of L, Prang A Co., Boston, and ‘I have every lew Design that this bouse has originated. TOYS TOYS TOYS TOYS My stock of these Goods Is larger than ever before, and embraces everything from an ordinary plaything to the meet Intricate pieces of meshanleal ingenuity. I enumerate a fbw of the many articles below, WAX AND FRENCH KID DOLLS, MECHANICAL LOCOMOTIVES. AUTO MATIC ANIMALS, CHINA DISHES. TOY HOUSEHOLD SETS, TOY PIANOS, TOY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ETC. ssr in oonslnslou I would ask everybody to call and inspect my stock before purchasing Holiday Goods. Respectfully, Enreks, Dsc.8.1861. M O R R I S _C^AAelSjjJEjffs » Now is the Time! New is the Time! SPECIAL BARGAINS OFFERED SO AS TO AF ford everybody an opportunity to buy Goods lower than ever for the Holiday Month. Men, Youths and Boys, don’t wear old and shabby olothes, but oall and seoure stylish and serviceable Suits, Overcoats, Ulsters, Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Etc. At Prloes lower than ever known In Eureka or Nevada. M. DAVIDSON, Eureka, Nevada. Karek., Deo. S, 1881._d3tf CRAND OPENING Fall and Winter Goods I Maher & Manion’s Newjjry Goods Store I Ag WE HAVE GLOBED OtT ALL OF OD8 SPRING AND SOMMER STOCK AT OUB late Clearance Bale, we can now offer the public one of the oleeneet end beet eeeorted stocks ot Dry Goode erer offered In the town to select from. Onr buyers hevln* need greet care In selecting onr present stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, customer* will find It to their advantage to giro ue a oall before purehailug elsewhere. . „ , . LADIES : If you wont a nice Drew Pattern, end e cheep one. go to Maher k Manion a as you can find a nice selection, varylog In price from 10 cent, per yard to >3 per yard. If T0U vent a nice Black Milk go to Maher 4 Mtnlon'e. and yon will find nice qualities at fr0™ *you Vent a nice Colored Bilk, go to Mahar 4 Manlon’a and see their II.and 11 37 H qn*M you want nice Black or Colored Satina, go to Maher k Manlon’t and compare tbatr II duality with that at the other atorea for ll IK. , If you want a aloe Dolman, Claak. Vinter or Vlstorotto, go to Maher k Mahlon a indIf*you°want any’nice*!' ud V™Flannels for yourself or ohlldren, go toMehei k Manlon'a Ti„, umw. Gloves. Ena broideries. Combe. Panes. Satchel., Etc.. Etc., go to Maker 4 Maulon’., and you W“ Vf‘youw w t1S*T*Houne* Va rn lab I ng Goode .uoh a* Blankets, Bod ■premia. T«kbl« LintUi NapkluM. Towel*. knMllairi« go to Mibn k Minion a, and yen will ba aura to gat tha worth of your monar. Five Oaaaa or Blankata, Bad Bpraada and Oomfor Urttf1 &%S?A2i:l&l&S2tSZ%&k Memo.’., end yon will,... nice e-ork m*Vf*yo*u«nt an Vndornklrgnr Dm worn, go to Mahar fc Manlona, and aalaot them nt 50 oanta, 75 canta. $1,1 60, $2 and 92 50 aaoh. _ ..__ . . If yon want good U vorshlrts, you can gat tham at |1, II10. IS and ISM aaoh, by going to Mahar and Manlon’a. Ton can also gat IB yards Glam Toweling for.•> •• Ton can also gat la yards Crash Toweling for. 1 OO Ton can also get 18 yards Llnlug Cambric for.1 OO You can eleo gel 10 yard Drillings for. 1 OO You can alao get 8 yards Mllenla for...1 You can also get S yards Linen Fselug for. 1 OO *7* You can get auytblag and everthlug le ‘i*.®r» PE1CVI than at any store la towu at MAHI.B A MANION M, Corner ofkoln and Clnrk Streets, l.nrska. TERMS: Strictly Cut and One Price. A Literal DM to tie Trade.