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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 3, 1892.
7 Clearanceand Remnant Sale StartlingReduction In Prices in Every Department. NoBaits of Any Special Article But a Genuine Cut in Each and All Lines. PRIGES PERFECTLY PARALYZED ! yv ^^^^4f C^r^i^\ t Not often do we advertise this, lJT kJ) v_J (JL cjl L^ V_JL i but when we do we mean it. ANOPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME! Iteiiiisin Drss kk Men'sSack Suits $6.00, former price $10 10.00,M ^I5 to 17.50^12.50, M 20 Men'sFrock Suits 10.00, ^ 17.50 Afull line of Coats and Vests at cost. Men'sl isters and Fur (Oats at cost. Men'sOvercoats 33^ per t ent under regular price. FurCaps at cost. Hats at reduced figure*. StripedInderwear 50c. well worth ft, GlVyall wool Underwear, 5i. former price $1.50. Mufflers off; Men's Shoes at a diseount. Ladies'(iloves and Mitts at cost. Men'sMerino Soeks at 20c a pair, worth 35c. Neckwear,etc., at cut prices. 25Dress Patterns (.til we have left 1 at half price.^7 pieces Brocaded Velvet .it f 1.50 a \ 'd.$2.50^A line of colored Silks at .75 ^ 1.50^A line of Tartan Silks at .75 ^ 1.50^Piece Black Cheviot at35 *' 1.2-, PieceGrey Cheviot at1.35 ^2 00 PieceAstrakhan, sjrey. at 1.90 ^2 so M.nk. at 4.00 ^^ O.00 FineBroadcloths, all shades, ujg ^^ 200 38-inchC ashmeres, all shades, .25 ^^ .40^Trimmiwrs and Trimming Silks at cost minusnun mm FrenchFlannels at 1 big discount. DomesticFlannels and Bideodown Flannelsat CUtpriii s. LoomDamask 25c a yard, former price 4^^c.^All other Damasks equally cheap. TurkeyRed Damask at toe, always brought 40c.^Bmbroidercd Flannels almost given away. Bed Spreads, ( rashes. Towels, Napkins, etc.,^far below their market value. Remnantsat merely nominal figures* InLadies Wrap Department. I5 Cloth Newmarkets at $7.50, were $ 1 5 each. FinePlush Newmarkets at cost. Ladies'and Children's Cloaks one-third off. Muffs,Capes and Fur Sets at cost. Ladies'Winter Skirts at half price. Boys'Clothing one-third off. Ladies'All Wool Underwear, 60c. Hoodsand Wool Goods at cost.^Children's Underwear at cut prices. Ladies'Muslin Underwear and Aprons marked away down. Ladies'and Children's Dresses at cost. Boys'and Misses' Caps at cost. 50pairs W. C. C. Corsets at $ I, were $ 1.75 each. Bargainsin Hosiery, Etc. Ladies'all wool Black I lose. 3 pairs for ^QC.^Children's Heavy W ool I lose, 25c. well worth 40c.^10doc Ladies* Silk Plated Hose, s^c per pair.^50 doz. Ladies' Kid (iloves, 75c. worth 5i .25 per pair Children's ^ ^ 50c, ^ 1.90 Ladies'and Children's Wool Mitts, 10 and 15c pair^100 pieces Ribbon, Jgc per 10 yard pieces.^Handsome lot Fur Trimmings at hall price.^Choice Torchon Laces, sc and 10c per yard, do^urbiTe. Carpetsand Bedding. Allmakes and grades of Carpet at cut prices. RemnantsAlmost Given Away. Kuijsof all kinds at 1 ^^st. Chenilleand Lace Curtains greatly reduced. line White and Colored Blankets at cost. Remember, Duringthis sale, every article in our^store, without a single exception, can^be bought at a reduced price. Manygoods are marked down to^actual cost, some even below. THI515 YOUR OPPORTUNITY. D.J. Hennessy Mercantile Company, ButteCity, RRontana.