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Eureka uJaun Sentinel.
STXDAT-.DECEMBER 11, 1881. —f Local Subscription Agent CI.DE DDNT. from tile FSolo-l.nok ol the B" f •rntiuel’e Reporter. better list on first l>ago. Remember the keno pool at the Tiger to-night Th6 weather yesterday was very cold and blustry. And still there are 10,000 Michigan suf ferers who used lielp' Tlie orand Army of the Republic elect officers this evening. Mr T. D. P»K6 r‘8l‘ Crotlt wa8 fin*!' about town yesterday. The managers of tho Masquerade Ball bavo sent for costumes. The skating was protty fair last evening, and the ripk was crowded. The reports from Prospect Mountain Tunnel continue flattering. Already there is a demand for reserved leats at tlio Masquerade Ball. u- 0 Mills Jr. was able to ho on the (trcc't a short time yesterday. Mr C. E. Mayer, Sutler at Fort Ualleck, returned home this morning. There wore 202 children in attendance ,t tho public school last week. judes McKinney opens Court at Still water, Churchill County, to morrow. Active operations on tho Voltairo mine at Carson will bo begun in a fsw days. Eureka Con. shares yesterday tumbled to Sll 50, and Eureka Tunnel to $2‘*. r p McFarlano hag on sale hero 150 head of tlfa finest kind of mutton sheep. Invitations to the Snow Drop Social, to take place on the 20th, have been issued. Senator Jones and family passed Palis ade last evening on tho East hound train. Don’t forgot to take a chance in Billy Davidson’s raflle for tho two large wai dolls. Mr W 8. MeLellan returned last even ing from a visit to Safford Mining Dis trict. Senator Fair and John W. ifackay at tended the trial of Guiteau on Thursday last. The usual religioua services will 1)0 held at the Episcopal and Catholic Churches to day. It is very ovident, from present indica tions, that our shopkeepers will have a large holiday trade. Judging by the number of bundle! and packages at tho Postoffice, the holiday sea son has fairly set in. Tho Dramatic Club will bold a meeting on Tuesday evening at 7 o’clock at the residence of Mr. Thomas Wethered. Articles of incorporation of tho Banner Mining Company of Eureka were filed in the office of Secretary of State oo Thurs day last. A neatly-furnished house of lour rooms, bath-room and cellar can be had by malt ing application to E. J. Butler, in tho Sentinel building. Owing to the illness of the pastor, there will be no service at the Methodist Church this morning. Sabbath sohool and even ing service as usual. Mr. John E. Jonos liaa bonded the Col orado and Avon mines to J. C. Bothin. The properties are on the west side of Prospect Mountain and are considered valuable. A local crank Invaded tlie Bihtirel h sanctum at 1 o’clock this morning and en joyed himself sitting around drunk and under the strange hallucination that he was attending the trial of Quitcau. Next I Tbe waiters at the Jackson House Res taurant are much concerned because Madam La Orange, correspondent of the Psciflo Life, ssys they are "too sweet to lire." Brisacher thinks she included him among the sweets. Professor A. Tripped, formerly of Nye County, but now of New York, writes the Mining Record a full and acourate de scription of the Eureka Tunnel. The ore body, however, has largely Increased in sire since the Profeeeor'e departure from here. An apology Is due our patron* for the small amount of reading matter in the Sextixel this morning. The holiday sea son is coming on, and the advertisers claim s monopoly of our columns. However, we will try and please both readers and ad vertisers after a little. " Bah!" he exclaimed, with an expres sion of great disgust, after kissing his wile, ” I do believe you’ve been smoking cigarettes—cheap and nasty ones, at that.” "It’s only too true,” she replied, non chalantly, "I took them out of the bundle yon brought home last night.” I. A P. PAMKHUEH THAVM depahtdres yesterday horxixo. L D Fulner D Nolan C McLane J Flaherty Mrs 0 Helm and son ARRIVALS LAST XIOBT. W I McLellan Charles W Harris Wm Evans B F Dockery John Olumose J Regan John Morrison J N Ramsey W J Hamilton Hotel Arrivals. Parker Houao—Wm. Event, Winnemtio «»; P. D. Uicka, D. H. I.»wie, Knby Hill; Ed. Aylword, Joseph Potte, city; Mr. Ward, Nevada; John Glumaz, J. Began. Tuaoaro ra; Chat. W, Harris, Kingston; J. M. Rimtey, N. M. T. B. Bimmonda, J. H. Parka, E. B. Horker, Elko; M. V. Baily, M&aon City; Wm. Foley, Dry Lake; John Pedlar, John Hunday, Ruby Hill; John Striker, olty. Jaokion Houao—T. D. Page, Fiah Creek; N. Gilmore, El Dorado, Col. ■akbalh Hchool Concert. Thia evening the members of the Roby Hill M. E. Sabbath School will give a oon °ert. The programme will ooneiet of sing log by the aohool ohtldren, interspersed by stored anthema by the church choir. Thia aohool, under the auperintendency of Mr. James Rawilnge. It flourishing grand ly, and thoooncert this evening will prove that the officers and teachera have been ancoMatnl in training the infant mind, not only in the truthe of the Bible, but In the tots of tinging and apoakiug. Mr, Rich ard Ivey will preside at the organ. An Elegant Establishment. Mr. Ed. Wilhelm, of the Jewelry eatab liahment in the Whitton building on North Main etreet, makes bit business known In t column advertisement tbit morning. Hia splendid establishment shows what may bo aeoompliahed, ovon In dull times, with knowledge, honaety and industry. He invitee the publlo to visit hie place and tiamine hie atook and draw their own aonol aslons. Daueiag Nehool. Profettor T. H. It l* den of Baby HIU *111 open a dutolng tohool at Miner*’ Cnlon Hall on Saturday evening next, A good many have already tlg nlned their Intention of Joining, and It look* at If the Profeaior (who 1* a thor ough matter of the art,) will have a large number of pupil* to itart with. Election of OOcera. At a meeting of St. John’* Chapter No. 8* Royal Arch Maiont, hold at their 'hall latt evening, the following offioera were elected for the entulng year: George W. ■terill, H. P.; L. W. Thompaon, K.; G. Thoma, 8.; 4. 0. Powell, Treuurer, *** *. ®. Jonte, Storetary. < HARLEY KLEIYE. lie Keeine Hardly to he the Hot** rloua Tern Lawton. The man arretted hero Thuraday night on suspicion of being Tom Lawton, one of the Tullis murderers, is still retained in custody. He has not the remotest idea why he was put in the cooler, all informa tion being carefully withheld from him by the oflicers, and ho answers all questions with readiness and seeming candor. A Sentinel reporter called in the jail to in terview him last night at 7:30 o’clock and found him to be not to hard a case as he seemed when arrested, at which time he was full of bad whisky, very dirty and very ugly in hiB behavior. At the time our reporter called to interyiew him he had already gone to bed, and, on getting up to be interviewed, he explained that he had nothing else to do but sleep and he thought he had better make the most of the opportunity. He says he is 29 years old, and ho looks so. He is of German parent age and speaks the language fluently, though he also speaks English well and without foreign accent. He says he is a carpenter and planer and that he worked at his trade in Ran Francisco formerly, and that he also workod in a planing mill in Sacramento for two months, four years aeo. He says he has a brother in San Francisco, who he says is the “ boss ” brad maker in Bradbury’s Centennial Planing Mill. bberitf Kyle received Friday afternoon from Matt. Korcher, Chief of Police of Sacramento, the following dispatch: Law ton is 32 years obi; complexion light; hight five feet fire and a half inchos; fine black hair; blue eyes; full, high, project ing forehead; straight, sharp-pointed nose; small chin; small scar on left temple; on right forearm outlines of a dog in Indian ink; head outward, with collar, and spot on shoulder and rump; initial letters in red about the dog. The man in jail here comes close to this description in somo particulars, but his hair is very light, instead of black. He has blue eyes, but not the high projecting forehead of the description. Ho has no mark of a dog in India ink outlined on his arm- though such a mark forms no essen tial part 'of the description, as it could have been readily enough removed. An Associated Press dispatch from San Francisco to the Sentinel, asking for special details concerning the prisoner, describes him merely as having the head of a ball dog in his arm pricked in with India ink. As was said before, this means of identification is not necessarily'of much value, as a shrewd fugitive from justice must be prosumed to know how to rid himself of it. It seems unlikely, all things considered, that Sheriff Kyle has taken in the genuine Tom Lawton; but it has been proved that such descriptions of criminals as are made up after they have gotten away are not al ways to be depended on as accurate; so that Charley Kleine will bo detained a whilo longer until it is shown more satis factorily that ho cannot be identified as the notorious murderer. AX IDYL OF THE IIILL Two Henri* that float aw One, and Four that Dent aw Two. For several years a little cabin near tbe Ruby Hill Water Works has been occupied j by two big souled sons of toil—another instance of Jonothan and David—a pair of noble bachelors. Cupid had missed them with his rose feathered arrows, and they lived as though no Venus could come to cut their brotherly love in two. But, not to romauce too much, the elder snccumbed and got married to one of Ruby Hill’s fairest daughters. Everybody was astonished, and the younger brother of the pair neary fell a victim to despair. After a season, however, he got off the “ ragged edge,” which the Rev. Beecher so graphically talked about. He fastened his eyes on a blushing young maiden of Eureka, made her a manly pro posal to join lots for better or for worse, and was accepted. Loth to leave his old quarters, he has made himself master of a cozy little house opposite his bachelor home, in which to cage his capturod bird. Thursday night there will be merriment and joy unconflnod on Ruby Hill. Muiic will dissipate care, and a second brace of hcaits will beat as one. One of these united hearts will be that of Ruby Hill’s favorite son, “ Big Jack Pascoe.” Ipeelal Holl<ln> Announcement. The popular house of Morris A Levy, •taply and fancy dry goods, in their ad vertisement to-day offer a special sale to the people of Eureka and vicinity of their magnificent stock for the holidays. It is sufficient for our people to understand this, as their advertisement is a sure guar antee that they mean what they say. Words without substance to back them are like chaff to the wind. But the solid piles of beautiful goods at this fsshionable resort, at such greatly reduced prices, is sure to attract attention and give buyers confidence and security in their purchases. How So Estimate Ore In IlgbS, The following, from an exchange, may prove valuable to miners who desire to know how much ore they have in sight: One cubic foot of load ore weighs 474 pounds; thus, a vein of galena or lead ore one foot wide, six feet high snd six feet long (otherwise a fathom) will produce eight tons five hundred and thirty-two pounds; or a vein one and one half inches wide will net one ton of ore per fathom; three inches wide, two tons; six inches wide, four ton*. This rule will be a safe guide to estimate by. A SPLEXDID CAGE. Old Taylor IIom All lie la Capable or to Make a Wife Happy. Trembling old John Taylor, President of the Mormon Church, who has recently taken unto bimself a new wife, who, un like his other helpmeets, Is a dashing, sty lish woman, has furnished for her oocu nancy the Amelia Palace, at a cost of #100,000. The Amelia Palace was builtby Brigham Young for his last and favorite wife, who was handsome, stylish, and_a Oentile, and who refused to hord with bis Mormon ooncubinea in the " Beehive, as Brigham's harom was named. It is an ele gant mansion, situated opposite the en closure in which are tlie Tabernacle, the Temple, the President’s Harem, and the various ohuroh offices, but has been un occupied since Brigham Young s death. Young Men's C. M~* M. Association. The members of this society will meet this evening at the residence of Secretary Tom Dale. The following is the pro gramme for the evening: Bong, by the President, Tom rearoe; reading.by Bob; ert Rawlings; subject, The Tall One, song, by Tom Burnes; address, b) James Tickle, “In what relation does Rheuma tism and the Church boar to each other. At the close a collection will be taken up in behalf of the Miohigau sufferers. Laud League Meetlug. The meeting of the Land League last evening was largely attended. Spirited ss&sM&'ssrStfirSF nees^he'ueeting adjourned amidst eatbu •iaam. _ __ Indemnity A bill ha. been Introduced In Oongre«. WpEmTiw ^eipendlturea during tb. Modoo war. ____ Passing Bnlllsn. The following bullion waa .hipped by Well., Fargo A Co., thin morning: 1 bar. YAlaed ti f> 1 AM _ At 8ohn.ide7. drug .tor. jou oan buj • holiday pmwt »K>® M 10 A BRILLIANT BISPLAY. Hr* P. Steler * Rich and Artla tlatle Holiday Jewelry. It ia sometime* a fact that the business men in small towns compete successfully with their metropolitan brethren of the same craft. The skill that comes by long years of toil in the reign of art makes it self felt in any place. A striking illustra tion of this truth is the case of Mr. P. Steler. He has been for many years recog nized as an expert manufacturer of jew elry. He yields the palm of superiority in his art to nobody. It is noted with won der that in all he has to sell there is not one unattractive piece of jewelry. He has selected his stock with the eye of the master. This show of valuable jewelry of every sort is unequaled anywhere in Ne vada and not surpassed, except, of course, in mere extent, by Tiffany’s display in the great city of New York. Still further, Mr. Steler is a man of high business honor, and whatever he says to a customer about the quality of an article ho makes himself responsible for by guarantee. It would be idle and a waste of printers’ ink to try to mention all the magnificent things ho offers for sale on fair living termB. He has a complete as sortment of every sort of jewelry, selected with special reference to the holiday wants of the community. His silverware is of the latest and moat elegant defigns. Such card'receivers, such knives with mother of pearl handles, such pitchers and jewel boxes! His new style of masonic jewelry, inlaid with ex quisite taste with all the beautiful stones known to the lapidary, is an almost be wildering feature of itself. Diamonds of all sorts and sizes, and arranged in every way to suit the taste, solitaire or in clusters. He has watches of every design and man ufacture from England, Switzerland and plenty of good ones in America. You can get a good one cheap, or you can get one for more money that almost keep books for you with its intricate mechanism. Rings, brooches, ear-rings, bracelets, in endless variety. If you want anything at all that a jeweler ever had, of the best material, of the latest and most bewitch ing designs, and cheap, go to Stelers. He is reliable and fair. Your dear friends, your good relatives and your Dulcinea expect that you will call on Steler at your earliest convenience. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Redaction or Salaries of Some of the Officials. A special meeting of the Board was held yesterday, with Messrs. Campbell and Smith present," when the following busi ness was transacted : On motion of Commissioner Campbell, it was ordered that tho services of L. K. Fafvoid, as janitor of the Courthouse, be dispensed with. On motion, it was ordered that J. J. Baird be appointed janitor of the Court house at a salary of $00 per month. It was also ordered that from and after this date all bills fur advertising shall have attached thereto a written order au thorizing the same, signed by a majority of the Board, bofore the samo will be allowed. On motion of Commissioner Campbell, it was ordered, commencing on the first day of January, 1882, that the compensa tion of the following named officers of thiu county shall be as follows: Deputy Coun ty Clerk, $100 per month; Deputy Bhoriffs, $100 per month; Jailer, $100. Also, on and after the first day of January, 1882, the salaries of all deputy Constables of Eureka Township shall be $100 per month. INDIA-RUBBER MAN. All Ollier Mechanisms, (Spanish and Otherwise, tbrswu la the Iliads. They have a daisy of a man on exhibi tion at Munich. Dcr Gummimensch (not necessarily a man who sticks) is his name. " Der Gummimensch," or the India-rubber man, is quite the queorest man imagina ble. He is a pale, flaccid man, with red hair aud a bilious complexion; he wears black velvet knickorbockers, and is very polite. He can seize the skin of his chest with both hands, pull it away from his body about 18 inches and raise it to the level of his head; and yet when he leaves go, instead of this skin hanging in horrid folds, it goes spreading itself again, so that not a crease is to be discovered. The skin of his nose he can stretch six inches, and the skin of his fingers two inches, so that his hands look sizes No. 20 or 80. He drags at the calf of his leg, and behold a goodly and translucent membrane, in which oan be seen the ramified network of arteries, pink and pulsating. This does not hurt him. He can—but enough. You see that he well deserves his title of “ Gummim ensch.’’ What with his cadaverous face and gluey elasticity he reminds one of Dore's ghastly portrayal of the damned in the grand illustrations of the "Inferno.” (Struck It Blels. Judge J. B. Van Hagan of New York City, formerly of Silver Reef and previous ly a member of the Nevada Legislature from Linooln County, in which body he was a very oonspiouous figure in the free fight with spittoons, inkstands, etc., that the Assembly indulged themselves in the last night of the session, has, we learn, struck ltrioh. He has for several months been East on mining business, and a few days since was made the delighted father of twins-a boy and girl. Who ttys min iug don’t pay.__ Soliciting Aid. A committee, consisting of Sheriff Kyle and J. L. Hinokley, were out yester day soliciting relief for Mrs. Dennis O’Keefe, who was so unfortunate as to lose her son a few days ago. Only about half the town was oanvassed and they reoeived $275, which will be of great assistance to the old lady. The oommittee will resume their labors again to-morrow. Need Not Apply. There are a number of minert arriving here from the Comstock and other mining camps seeking employment. For their benefit we will state that there are more men hero now than can obtain employ ment A number of the small mines have shut down for the Winter, and some 80 or 40 miners have been laid off in the past 10 days. _ A ItTkda Boy Wbilir. George Eletner, ion of Ool. Milt. Elitner of Caraon, hai returned homo from i whal ing oruiie to the Irotlo regioni.having been on ahip-boerd nine monthi. He nyi lie haa had enough of blubber hunting and thlnka he will be able to find room enough on land for the future. John Xaekay «!»•• a Baugmt. John W. Mackay, the Bonanza King ” of Nevada, gave a banquet Wedneeday night to a number of frlendi, including Senator! Logan. Beck, Farley and Vanee, Speaker Kelfer, John Runell Young, Tom Ochiltree and other well known gentlemen. Croekir'i JuetiaoMion. Charlei Orooker In an eaamlnatlon be fore Judge Finn of Ban Franolaoo to teit hii ability to Juitlfy ae lurety on Moiei Hopkim’ *20,000,000 aa administrator of Mark Hopkina' eitate, showed that he li worth »lf,000,000 and wai diemUied. Fob the lateit atylea of pluah odor caaee, celluloid iota in leather and pluah oaaca, go to Sohneider’e drug store. * Fob the flneet and oheapeet holiday gooda, go to Sohneider’e drug atore. * Yoc will aave money by reading F.J. Bebneider'e new adrertuemenl. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. M. J. FRANKLIN & CO.s -O Our Fancy Goods Department! W ill be round speelally| Interesting at,present, und It will receive areas slous of new Howls dally from now till after the Holidays. Ties. Col larettes. Flehnes. Ribbons, Ruchlngs. Fans, Purses In Sealskin, Plush anal Leather. Silk and Linen HanderchleSi, etc. In fact everything In our line sailtable for the Holiday Trade. A full line of these Celebrat ed Cloves^ just t oe Hand. GHiOVMr* Juki 13th. 1878J In all the Stylish Lengths. jElegant Holiday Present. we nare ordered specially lor me Holiday Trade a Fine Assort ment or Ladles* and Children's BEADY MADE DRESSES and OYTSXDE GARMENTS. Dress lengths of Satin d* Lyon and Bonnet Silk for com bination suits. Just the thing: for a rich Christmas Gift. WHEN IN SEARCH OF HOLIDAY GOODS, DON’T FAIL TO CALL ON US. Eureka, Pee. 8,1681.M. J, fBAIIKUX * «'«. Doe With Monopolies! Doe With Grabbers! Down with High Prices. GRAND OPENINGMiRAND OPENING! .AT THE. RED HOUSE! .ojr. Mionclay Deo. IS, ’81. THE LARGEST STOCK, THE CHEAPEST STOCK, THE FINEST STOCK, Ever Before Presented for Inspection! /CHRISTMAS 18 APPROACHING, AND I AM DE termined to capture the Lion's share of the buslnese, if I 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 fH«nd of the poor and hard working population. All goods per sonally selected, comprising a stook of Plain and Fancy Holiday Coods 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 18 INVITED. B. ALEXANDER. TWO POOR.WORTH OF PARKER HOUSE. Holiday Goods! .at. Schneider’s Drug Store. TUG LARGEST AND DEST SELECTED STOCK! .SCCH AS. Cut Glass and Pressed Bottles! I nbln'a, Luudborv’a, Atklnaona, TotloWs. Bennett's sad tolxste'e PERFUMES! PERFUMES! ■atin-Oovered and Band-fainted toilet BOTTLES ! SUPERB TOILET SETS! LADIES’ AND GENTS’ POCKETBOOKS AND DRESSING CASES I Lad lea* PI nab and Leather Bass and kalebela. Pluak, Leather and Ulaea Odor Case*. Jewel Boxec, Pluab and nil Varletlea. A Larira Variety of Celluloid Soto, Bo<l, White, Bine, Uold, ■liver and Ivory. Lubin’a Handkerchief Extracts lu 1 ee., 4 «>*., S oe. and 18 oe. Bottles. Satin and Embroidered Ladies’ Tidies .AND. ..... a • Gents’ Shaving Sets In Cases! ay My .lock It .o l»rg« and varied that It le lmpo»eible to enumerate all the artloU.. 0.11 tod.“mine for yonraelvee. The good, .re .11 of the Ut.it etylea end pattern., direct ?rom th. “S!Sf.ctnr.r. In New fork. The .toek con.i.t. of . Urge ver ety at Imported TolUt and““"y Good.. I o.u eell the ..m. good, ch.»per tb.n »ny bouee In Sen fr.ncl.co. Pereone In tbe country end In other countlee can puroh.ee anything In myUn.bTi.nd. log order .nd et.tlng price. *• *• hCHMEIDEB. Sureke, Nov. 13, 18*1. _ AT.TT HARRIS, -DIALS* IK Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hats, Cap*, Ohirti, tfndarwaar, Boiiarp, Trunk*, Vaii***, Its. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALITY^ UINGST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EUREKA Pull Lines of Extra Size Underwear. ALF HARRIS, Two door, north of look htir'l *olooi MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. PROCLAMATION FROM SANTA CLAUS! 1881. 1882. MAVING BEEN HONORED AS ABOVE. I HAVE TAKEN SPECIAL PAINS THIS TEAR to secure everything desirable in the shape of Holiday Goods. I have just returned 1 8an Francisco, where I spent severel 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 la all departments or literature. In elolh and line ^bindings, whteb I offer nt exceptionally law prices. Photograph Albums, Autograph Albums, Russia Leather Goods, Musical Albums, Articles of Virtu, -0 I am Just unpacking a choice and varied stock or Artlstle Stationery, comprising Illuminated Stationery In Eaquislte Designs, Fine Papetcrles lu Silk and Velvet. Do not fail to see the above before making your Holiday Purchases, Elegant Toilet Sets, Gold Pencils and Pens, Elegant Celluloid Sets, Plush and Morocco Glove Boxes. -o Our Prize Christmas Cards! Will be bind larger and more complete tban anj similar assortment. * bare received them direct from the well known konee of L. Prmng 4k Co., Boston, and 'I have overjr Mew Design that this houHe has originated. TOYS TOYS TOYS TOYS Hy stock of those Goods Is larger than avar before, and embraces everything front an ordinary plaything ta the most intricate pleees of mechanical Ingenuity. I enumerate a raw 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. CT In oonalnslon I would ask avorybody ta call and luspset my stock before purchasing Holiday Goods. Respectfully, Eureka, Dec. 8.1881. MORRIS CALISHER. Now is the Time! Now is the Time! SPECIAL BARGAINS OFFERED SO AS TO AF ford everybody an opportunity to buy Coode lower than ever for the Holiday Month. Men, Youths and Boys, don’t wear old and shabby olothea, but call and seoure stylish and serviceable Suits, Overcoats, Ulsters, Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Etc. At Prices lower than ever known in Eureka or Nevada. M. DAVIDSON, Eureka, Nevada. Barek., Dec, a. 1881._ d3tf CRAND OPENINC .OP. Fall and Winter Goods I Maher & Manlon’s New Dry Goods Store I A a WE HAVE CLOSES OCT ALL OF OCR SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK AT OUR lata Clearance Sale, we can now offer the public one of the dean act and beat aaeorted stocks of Dry Gooda ever offered in the town to aelect from. Our buy are haring tiled great oare in aelectlng onr praaent stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, customer* will find It to tbalr advantage to give us a call before purchasing slsewhsre. LADIES : If yon wsnt s nloe Dress Pattern, and a cheap one, go In Maber A Manlon’a aa you oan find a nice selection, rarylng In price from 10 centa per yard to SO per yard. If you want a nice Black Bilk go to Maher A Manlon's, snd you will find nice qualities at from tl tots w>r Colored Bilk, go to Maher A Manlon's and sea their II and tl 87 k qualities. . If you want nice Black or Colored Satina, go to Maher A Manlon'a and oompara tbelr |1 quality with that at the other stores f or tl 25. If you wsnt s nloe Doltssass, Cloak, Ulster or Ulstorotto, go to Maher A Mahlon’s end aare 60 per cant on each garment. If you want any nice Under Flannels for yourself or children, go to Maher A Manlon'a and aaa tbalr different grades from 60 cents upwards. _ _ _ _ If you want any Fancy Goods, tuoh aa Ribbon*. Ties, Loews, Gloves, Km* broideries, Comb*. Purees, BnlSbele, Rto., Etc., go to Makar k Manlon’s, and yon will iBTt both Uan ahd money. « you want any Hones Pnrulsblnf Woods too* aa blenbats. Reel Spreads. Table Linen, Napkins, Tuwel«,Blie*tlurs, go to Makar A Manlon'a, and you will bi aura to gat tba worth of your money. Firs Caaaa of Blankets, Bad Spreads and Comfor ters,slightly tolled, which will be sold vary cheap. if yon want a nloe White Bblrt go to Mabar A Manlon'a, and you will gat a nloe Maori mast at tl 16, tl 60, tl 16 and tl each. „ . , . , ... If yon want an Ubdeesblra or Drawers, go to Maber b Mentone, and seleot them at 50 Mate, T5 oeute, $1,1 50. $3 and 19 SO each, If you WAUt good Ovcrabirla, you oau get them at $1. $150, $9 and 19 50 each, by going to Maher and Manlon'a. You oan alao get 10 yards Gians Toweling for.*1 OO You enn Alao get 10 yard! Oanla Toweling for.1 OO You oen alao get IS yards Lining Cara brie for. 1 OO You can alao get lO yard Drilling* for. - I OO You oau alao get 8 yard* Hlleela for. 1 OO You can alao get • yards Linen Facing for. 1 OO You ran get anything and everthlug In the Dry Oekli line at LES* Pit 1C EM than at any elere In t»un at MAHKR dr HANION B, Corner of Malu and Clark Streets, Eureka. TERMS: Mt M and One Price. A liberal Discount to the Trade,