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THEANACONDA STANDARD; WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER x8, 1889.
MERCANTILE ^ COMPANY *
HolidayGoods and Christmas Presents
3he Largest Stock we have ever shown. Large^reduction in prices in every department,^rand exhibition of novelties, elegant Toilet^Sets, Glove and Handkerchief Satchels, Collar^and Cuff Boxes, Writing Sits, Photograph Al^^bums, Ornaments of every description. The^largest collection of Beautiful Fans ever shown.
\hfeon^er great inducements in this depart-^YY ment for Holiday presents. 24-inch Black^Gros-Grain Silk (extra heavy) at $1.50 per yard^this week; is actually worth $2.25 yd. Black^Faille Francaise at 75c and $1.25 yd.; reduced^from $1.25 and $2.00. Fine Silk Novelties at^reduced prices. Silk Plushes at 35c yd. Col^^ored Surah at 50c yd.
Inour Underwear, Corset and Notion depart-^1 ments.
ClearanceSale of Arcwmarkets. m
Lookat our elegent wraps at $5 00. $7 00 and^$10.00. Our assortment of plush garments^is still the best and cheapest in the city.
\hfcare snovvmH an unusually large assort-^YY n*ent at 5. 10, 15, 25 and 50c. One lot of^20-inch hemstitched, real Japanese silk, at 50c^each.
Inthis department we claim to have the lowest^prices in the city. Misses' Fine Cashmere^lose, sizes 6 to 8--j, at 25c pair, Hxtra Heavy^French ribbed* all sizes, at SKc pair. Ladies'^Cashmere Hose at 50c pair. S ou will pay 75c^for these hose elsewhere.
CARPETS,OILCLOTHS. II '. ILL PAPER.
Ourprices are as low as the lowest. For the^holidays we have imported a large assort^^ment of Rugs, Face ami silk curtains, beautiful^Stand Covers, Stamped Scarfs, Splashers and^Tidies, elegant Table Sets, Face Bed Sets, etc.
Everyeffort has been made to include in our^varied assortment of Clothing and Furnish^^ings only reliable goods -goods which shall be^more valuable when they nave stood the thor^^ough test of use and wear. The advent of^Christmas awakens new and generous feelings^within the hearts of mankind. All are in search^of something as a token of regard for friends^or dear ones.
SpecialDiscount of Ten Per Cent
Appreciatingpast patronage of the public of^Anaconda, and in order to give everybody^a fair chance beforeChrtstmas and in the heart^of the winter season, we shall for the next 20^days ONLY give a SPECIAL DISCOUNT^0/'~ to TJiR CENT ott from our already low^prices on our entire STOCK of BOY2* and^MUX'S CL07HINC. Also 10 per cent off on^our elegant line of J/A.V.S SL/I'/'LA'S. La^^dies, do not miss the ch^lice to buv your boys^a nice suit for Christmas.
OlERCOA TS ' Ol ERCOA TS .'
Weespecially ask you to examine our im^^mense line of Men's Overcoats. They will^make your husbands a present to be appreciated.
SilkMufflers of the most beautifunl designs.^Silk handkerchiefs that will make a nice^c nristmas gift. Silk Embroidered Suspenders
inendless quantity, worth from =^oc to S5.00. Do^not fail to look at them. Inspect our invoice of^new neckwear received to-day. Wilson Bros.'^elegant line of Dress Shirts alwavs on hand.^Also the elegant Manhatten Dress Shirts.
Weespecially ask you to see that 10 per cent^is taken off from all purchases of clothing^for the next 20 days. No trouble to show goods.
THELO-~^' M ARKb '
TbMQuotation* .^.. it* vised and Cor-^r^-^ t^-^l Kvrrjr !^^^^.
Wtmr tJranulat.st. imt loo, ^C^ fn.oo: Unlit^brown, *m.U0; pulvt i !/.^^! || fc A, New York,^#13.SO; loaf. ^13.10, maple V ^ '^^^*^ ...
CoffeeMarket stroll*. Rreeti Rio, 134fc24^-,^Coat* Klea, 18^23^-; Java MaiHtahllnK, -Mk^:^Mocha, 374*40.-; rousted Klo and Costa Klea, 204^^30c; roust e^l Carbato, 32c; roasted Mocha and^Java, 3fcS6fiUo; Arlnickle'b, 3Br.
Tea*.latum. angiMtc; Kiiuli^h breakfast, 40^-^a^^1.00; IliuiiKiwiler, 4Sc((^l.UU; extra YoiuiK Hy^^son, .TWii-'Jl .^^^.
Pickles^ Kastern^3 gml., ^2.SO; 5 Kal., fcl.flO; lo^gal., ^fi.oo.
Potatoes- $1.7r^ per cwt.
CabbagePer cwt, 93.
Kkks,|^er ease, S.H.00.
Butter,per *^, 3.Vtt*ic.
Cheese,per tt^, ^judti'ic.
Fruits- lu ted apples, per R-lh flaekaises, T.VQi^91.00. ditto s|lesa, rui-lh boxes, 14o l^er mi ^teaches.^Malt IJike. Itie. apricots, iMC; eva|x^rated ditto.^Hoc; hlackWrrlcs, Mr; raspberries, 3Se.
Californiafruits, ^.'i.uurtMS.riO per case.
3-lbMtaudard tomatoes, $3.'20,
a-lbStandard corn, $3.on.
3-V Standard im-uh, *3.a^; seconds, 93.75.
a-lb st rinn ami Lima beans, $2.75.
DriedBeans^Navy, ^U.oo per 100 ^. l.lma.^^7.00; Itayos, 9C.-/R.
Wheat.No. 1, per wot, JJ.oo.
Corn,cracked, per loo lb, *l.7^.
Bran,iter 100 lb, ^l.fiO; bran and shorts per 10O
*r*our^Per 100 ^^,IMllsbury,s best.Sa..^*^; Offdeu,^^6.00; Strairue ^I taisy^ 93.110.
Cornmeal, per 100 t^, 9--.au.
Oatmeal, iter 100 ^^. 94.SO.
FreshMeats^Pork We; lieef fWrfcjor. lamb. .^^uarters, 7.^^-^it.i.i^i, mutton 74fcl!ie.
MaltMeats-Ham lor.o-ix'. sMW ^^^. corned j^beef 10c; istrk 18c; sausaite i.^,46ISc.
CoalPer ton, hard 91u. soft ^U.no.
WoodPer cord ti.ru^.
Hay Per ton S-'.'vi ^^.
Straw-Per ton 91-M*0.
OatsPer cwt. 92.00.
JAKETHE SCENIC ROUTE
-THK kkw A^I^
POPULAR SHORT LINE.
BetweenAnaconda, Butte, Helena, Marysvllle,^St. Paul, Minuea|HillN. I'liieaito and^all points Kast.
NowOpen for Passenger Traffic.
But4Hie Change of Cars from
HELENA^ BUTTE TO CHICAGO
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAYS.
TheC. Hi N. W.also Makes lllrnct 1'nion l^epo^Connections at Itcnver with
SOLIDTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
Theonly tine running Palace Sleeping Cars,^Luxurious IMniiiK Cars, M.i^iuHceni Pay Coaches^and Free Sleepintc Car* for .Second-Class Passen^^ger* between
OTIlK IS HKKKIIV lilVKN THAT THK^reKUlar luiliual inectUiK of the stockholder*^of the Cn-ur d'Alene Silver-l.ead MiuimcCo. will^be held at the office of said com|^aiiy. No. -J^^West Broadway, Butte, Montana, on Thursday,^l^ec I'.tth, Istet. at the hour of two o'clock P. M..^as provided by the by-laws of said corporation,^for the purpose of electing a Board of Trustees^for the ensuing year and for the transaction of^such other business as may come before the
ISueS'atButte. Montana, November ifith.l*^.^By order ofJ. K. CI.AKK, President.
Attest CHAKf.KM WAKBKN. Secretary.
BUTTEAND ST. PAUL.
Trainleaves Butte dally * lo a. nt.
Safety,Comfort and Courtesy for Our^Patrons.
Butteto St. Paul In 48 hour*.
n.^ A\ ^;. Trains
YestibuledDining Car Trains
TOCHICAt.O WITHOl'T 1*11 A NO K.
ManyHours Sav^l, and tie' Only Line Avitiiling^Troublesome and l^^ng Itelays at
HKNVKItANI^ COUNCIL BI.L'KKS
Itis re.-o)iiii/ed by K.vervlxMly as the ^SHOUT^LINK^ from the VVest and Northwest
ToChicago and All Points East.
Furtherinformation furnished by t'uimi Pa^^cific Ticket Agents at Helena and Butte
FREDGREENE. C. P. A..
SaltLake City, Utah.
TheMost Select Stock In Anaconda, go to
pianln*Mill East Bad of Tews.
A.C. IVKS, Oen. Manager, Helena.
B.H. LANOLKY, OcnTPass. Agt., Helena.^I. K. DAWSON. Gen. Agent, Butte.
MILWAUKEE^ |^ST. PAUL HY.
Iathe Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul^and Minneapolia via La C'romo aa^l Mil^^waukee to t'hicairo and all |^ointM in the^Eastern Status and Canada. It is the only^line under one management Itetweou St.^Paul and ('hicag-o, and ia the Finest^Equipped Railway ih the Northwext. It^is the only line running Pullman l^rawiti|t^Room SleepinK ^*ara with luxurious siuok-^ing rooiiM, and the finest dining ears in^the world, via the famous ^River Hank^Route,^ along the shorea of Lake Pepin^anil the Beautiful Misaisaippi River to^Milwaukee and Cbieaso. Its trains con^^nect with those of the Northern lines in^the Grand Union Depot at St. Paul. No^change of cars of any claaa between St.^Paul and Chicago. For through tickets,^time tables, and full information apply to^any coupon ticket agent in the North^^west.
UNDERTAKINGAND ALL ITS BRANCHES.^E. JACOBSON.
FirstStreet East,Anaconda, Mont.
lFirst StreetAnaomda. Muni.
WHOt.RSAI.RANU KIT til.
TheOnly Pint-flaim Family Market^in ttu^ City.
GEORGEW. AVERILL^SURGEON DENTIST,
andlargest Iteiital Office*
FinestParlor*^Montana. 1I*hw^tntslern dentistry.
allthe lat. st and Itest lines in^Force am crown* on ri^^t^,^Kold caps, gold hridgework, koIiI and aluminum^plate* doue In the highest style of the art. All
TeethExtracted Absolutely Without^Pain when Desired.
Parlorstad Offlces over Boyce'i Store.
C1=NTLEM E IN
Fromthis tlay and tlatc henceforth^there will appear each week in this^column something new and to^your intersts in the way of Cloth^^ing, Hoots ami Shoes, Hats and^Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Al^^ways look out for Special Sales,^: as from time to time we are bound^to have them.
:Guarantee to save you from lo to^15 per cent, on their new line of
,Clothing if you will buy from
1them, as they have bought at^prices which cannot be reached
by competition, owin^ to the fact^that they buy in larger quantities^and carry a larger and better se^^lected stock than any other store^in Anaconda. They ha\e the new^est and latest styles and designs^of Cloths tlirect from New York
Consistingof Imported and 1 ^o-^mestic Manufacture. A PER-^PICT PIT IS GUARANTEED
orno sale. Now is the time to^buy your Clothing, as the stock is^new and not broken. Call thi^^week antl examine our yoods and^prices is all we ask.
Wehave recently secured the^sole agency for
Stacyft Adams' Fine Dress Shoes
Inmen's wear, and as this shoe^has a World-wide reputation for^style, finish and durability, and^being the IJest Shoe for the Least^Money it will pay you to look^over our shoe stock.
ABplendid dress shoe can be^bought for #^.50. We are al-^o^for ^2.75 that we^can not buy else-^were for less than S3.50. Our^;o shoe is a tattler, and we will^also save you Si.00 a pair on^them. Rip;iit v*v Richard's Shoes,^which always sell for jS;.oo every^^where, antl are hand-sewed, we^will do them up for S4.00 a pair.^We have a good line of nailed and^uunailed shoes for heavy work,^and the prices are right for you.
Theboys are always pleased to^-.how goods antl prices, anil they^are certain at the prices you will^I ;_*vt that you are bound to buy.^I Inspection of our stock is cordial-^! lv invited.
sellinga shoe^guarantee you
ENGINEAND HOSE CO.
New Years live.. Dee. ji.
JamesRichey,Mont J. Pickd.
Jas. M. Moore,Dune Ciraham.^John Ci. Morse,Mark Williams,
H.R. Brown.(.'has. Hinze,
\VC. C onverse-.I). If. Smitk.
Hon.Marcus Daly.^Col. S. A. Kstes.^Hon. Win. L*, Ho^e.^Hon. A. L. K.enipland.^Hon. Otto Stallman,^Hon. Win. M. Thornton.^Hon. Harvey Malum,
JamesRichey.^John Iseman,^James Johnson.^Joe Canovan.^David Lewis,^John S. Dougherty.^John McCloskey.
Ticketsfor Sale by Members of the Company.
KEGHND BOTTLED BEER.
STEIGEKA PAUL, Proprietor*. Brewery at West End Fourth Straw*.
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