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TIIF ANACONDA STANDARD! SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1897.
ANACONDANEWS. FREEDELIVERY SYSTEM ItWill Suraly Be a Qo, Begin^^ning on August 1. THREECARRIERS AT FIRST ThePostmaster Usners. Hm Finally Or^^dered That Anaconda People'e^lla'l Shell Be Delivered^by Posonen. SpecialCarreaponosnc* of the Standard. Wsthlngton.June 12 ^The |^nmai-^ter seneral haa Issued anten fur the eetabllshmentnf a free delivery system^In the city of Anaconda, with three j^carriers, tu take effect August I. 1S^7. : Anarondawaa In the free delivery^rlaaa lonf aco. ^ m delays of one aort^and another have operated ac.Hn.st the^Introduction of the carrier system. The .^announcement that It will *urely be I^eatabllahed on the first of next Annual I^la exceedingly sratlfyins; l^^th to the^public and to !'ostma*tn Devtna an I .^hla faithful but overworked clerks.^Kvery day the lino In freal of the gen^^eral delivery window is *o Ions; that It^taken a person In It from I^ to IS tnln-^tite* to reach the ^ lerk aVl asls for hi*^mail^only to find. aavtMM, ili.it th re^la nothing for hlni. Th.- anKreKittc^amount of time lo*t in thl* way I* al^^most lmal^ ulable. There are not cnouxh^box^* tn supply the demand and hun^^dreds, yea thousands, of iieraons are^compelled tn jet their mail at the deliv^^ery window Itmay be doubted whether three car^^riers will be enough to cover the i Ity of^Anaconda, bat once the delivery xyatcm^la established. Ihe dty'a nee-el* in tins^regard will be quickly discovered and^i an then be acted upon. Applicantsfor the position of letter^carrier* must first pass a civil service^examination I'uiiiiis I* supposed not to^novern their choice, poatofflce Inspect-^or Wayland of Helena will probably^appoint three citlien* of AaMotli to^conduct the examination*, the oitiaeiin^siting as a strictly non-partisan boaid. GREATNORTHIRN OFFICIALS.^A Party af t.^ntlnnen Pas* Thrnngh Ana-^roasa ^^^ Their May to Ihe ( oaal.^The private car Manitou of the lireat^Northern system pulled Into town in^tow of the 5:15 train front Kutte last^evening-. On hoard were V. R. Clark,^general traffic manager of the road. W.^H. Newman, vice president, K, I. Whit- ^^ney, genersl passenger and ticket ;^agent and the gentleman Y private ^ec-^retary. The car left fit. Haul on Wednes^^day afternoon and the first *top was^made at Helena, where the party ar^^rived Thursday evening. A day was^tp*n,t in the capital ciiy and then the^car came on to Butte where the party^waa met by Marcus Dalv and Suocrln-^ttndent of the R.. A. * I*, iionoghu ^.^Friday evening and all day Saturday^wa^ put In looking over the smoky city. Arrivedat Anaconda the gentlemen^constituting the ',artv were escort, |^through the stneit-rs by Superintendent^Donoghue In speaking to a Standard^reporter Mr, Whitney ^aiil that he had^never seen anything like the Anaconda^smelters: that they were nndouM illy^the largest in the world. ^Anaconda^ant* Butte.' said he. are the only cities^with the appearance of life ami thrift^that I have seen for nranv a day, and^1 do not belle\e there are two more i^place* like them in Iks e^try, Hel- ^^c^ia is dead, anil because she bus no i^pBf roll like your slater cities. Thepresent is the (lint trip In the^coaat and to Anar onda of Vice Pre*I^^lent Newman and he was isporially in- [^terested In the magnificent proportion.*^of the plant. It ia worth Sjolag a lorn; :^way.^ said he. to *,e the Anaconda ,^company and what they do. Theparty leaves this morning at It I^o'clock over the Montana I'nlon for^Harrison, where the car will be^switched to the N. P. track and proceed^to Spokane ami the coast. The tr ip is^made for th^ purpose of I aspect loft and^to afford the heads of departments to^get acquainted with the people with^w hom they do business. ALLAT SILVER LAKE. TheMinim t alus ^r Ihat District Kn-^iniahml Their I rlenel. l.aM Mglrt. TheSilver Uike Miners' union eon-^tlnues to flourish and last night a grandball wa* given by thgani/.a tlonat Silver Lake Two big stage^wagons drawn by slx-hoix- teams^went up from Anaconda, and both^wen- crowded to the -unvvales The^ball was a success in every particular^ami the boys deserve praise for then-^good management. POLICE COUNT CASES'^Judge tlllgeralil tine, ftsmal Offender,^^ m.I ftklps tine Oat of Town.^Judge Pltsgeralil had several eases^before him yesterday Jack IMIm ^^fined $1 and costs for lighting. Jefferl^I*onx Hie the same for I., in* drunk and^carrying concealed weapons. Jennie C.^Moore. Who got on a tear ami hail a^^crap with a man. was also tin, d Sin^and costs, and Jsims MaQhrern, who^waa up for plain drunkenness, was al^^lowed to skip town. It'sI .inn aa^l Lupin,. JoeB. Fagan ex-chief of police of^Anaconda, has returned from Ilutte.^where he has bee* In businiss. and will^Join the commercial contingent once moreIn this city !n compan- ^^^ j. .'|Up^'n hp W,M ^P*n ^ harness and ;^saddlery store In Ihe Kt. Jean building.^^f ^enilr men are popular with every- |^body here and the announcement of^their Intention* will be hailed with gen^^uine appreciation. ABOUTTHE CITY. Icecream sodu at McPaffery a^11.Ti nailed shoe*. fl.36. People'* store.^Half and half, to, Daly ft Uarron *. A LONG TRI^Sevlgn* nn.I Jnlmann Niart Ti -Day on^Their Wlissla for New York. To-dayat 12:45 o'clock the bicycle^club will meet at the Montana to give^J. A. Sevlgno and H. S. Johnson a good^start on their long; trip across the coun^^try to New York City. The club will^escort the hoys aa far a* the Hump^and a number of members will run Into^Butte with them. AtBoicman Charles T. Hnyt will Join^the warty. The route will then be Liv^^ingston, Cinnabar, the Rlark Hills.^Omaha, Do* Molnea, Chicago, Toledo;^thence across Ohio and following the^southern boundary of New York state^Into New York City. It la expect* d thai^the trip will occupy atiout C day* So^far there Is no bicycle record front^Montana to Nana York and the hen* w III^have to establish one They have a let^^ter from thr- local club to all the clubs^on the route and they carry a light load^in .veiything I-tat grit and pluck, * hi. h , winpull th. in rrtr toti of rough coun^^try. 6c. Rallia^Montana ho'el barber shop. Hs^boys' shoes, II.00. 1 upat the C. O. D !! store. Parasolsfrom 69c store. Mrand Mrs. tirrenwood of 8t. Louie^arc at the Montana. 11rent bargains in new nt.d ^eI handbicycles at Wright's. Buyreliable, durable house paint*^^the right kind at Mahan Bros Horsetrr'i\ ilrelg keeps a mil lUppty^of all kinds of tires In stock. Rcmeniler the big reductions on shirt^waists at the)'. (1. I), store. Don t fail^to purchase ono. Iom'l college, new Davidson block^Kates reclined l-i for the summer. II.'.U ladies' . hpp. $l.nn. People* WILL SHOOT TO-DAY.^Sweepatnke f^e^l. , 11 ||r Arranged ill^Ihe Tmp^ This Morning. Attm of the otitslde marksmen nr- fpmm town yeoterday nn-i win join tin-local elub members tontay in^swi pstake i m-iiIs A nunil ^ i I^shoot, rs from toarti wi'i also ha aytj Hirdt!:, I ^,: * , xpeet :, gala lime.^It-is: ball This Morning. Ti,. Mtaaroeka ami tha ftry baolinlli.icTiiM of this city will play a^cam. |. t' ,. park, this morning, nt il.M)^o'clock. They line up as follows: Shamrocks. Position. Foundry, LeonardCatcher Boaa MoorePitcher Qraftun McHaleFirst baseCuchcan Trinliaii Second baseBdwaTos RoiirkcThlnl bane ..Doug Smith HarrisShortstopMat Is Harrington. Lafl iMd . snitth McMillanCenterfleld Hup Ir AtchisonItiglit Heldlottos CmplrcMctlruw. Kntertalnnrent and dance-. Monday \ rning, Jim,- nth, ut Turner kail, i do-^son's, orchestra. Admission M . nts APrellj slur). FromHnrpcr'ii RotMSi Tahle Thespproaehtag calahratlon of the sixtiethanniversary of QajOSO \ ii to-^rla's reign uatrirnlly luriisoui tkoowkta^bark to the yi in- of grace In::;, w hen^her gStv ions majesty was a fair vounr;^girl of is. AndrewStevenson af Virginia, hail^been the American minister to Kngland^only s few months when |ka yoimi; prlnciaaabssxaaaa the gtsaoa. His saa). temporariestook great tdeasuii- in^hearing his o\m rlonccs asj that oc ca^^sion so fnminute for IJnglaml a id tip-^w-otld. Mr.Slecenson was duly pn-enteil to^King William 1\'. by his fiiailaiiasam^A* he backed nwnv irenr th* prssaace^of his mnjcstx h-- obaanras] s SSMll^group stnnclln'/ near Ihe door through^which he must leri\c the di-nwlng room.^Two ladles, evidently a moths* nnd^dnnglrtei'. ntl.ndeil hy sec i nil gentle^^men, stood apart, nag|*i lad by the^crowd. Mi SI a i a was m saw thai Ihe^youiiK girl was looklm, dlrootly at kin, undbowod coartaoualy to bar, which^sainttitlon waa returns*! by the little^jiarty. the two ladies gasllktl phjM^untly. Whenthey wen- fairly out af hear^^ing Mi . Stevenson s companion In^^formed Mm thai I lie IV,o ladles were^t he I nn hess of K- nt and PYtSjeee* \ i,^torla. and that he bad roanmllted a^Hteut blander in saluting tin m, since itwns contrary turt etlajantta to ackiroviedge the heir in the presenc e of^the sovereign. The gallant Virginian. how.ver. stoutly protest ad thai no cart-Ironrule could SSI use a .:^ ill!- ni.ii.^for Incivility to a lad' . Whenthe next drawing room was^held Mr Stevenson sav vv i;h satisfac^^tion thut the young prtaeaaa and bar^party were all looklip- awny fiom him.^so t i-iti his courtcH.v in',-,| not be tried.^Hut us be approached them tha Dwcb* essof Kent remarked, in nn audible lone.^Victoria, the American minis^^ter.'' Tin- young pclacessj tamed quick^^ly with a slam,- of recognition, and^again smilingly ac knowledged Mr. Sti- treason'sbow. .Volmany weeks after this thevoutlt-^ful prlnr-ess lic-camc the c|uecp, and^Snowed her apprec iation of American^i ivility by lin luding Mr. Stevenaoo'a^name in th- list of llrst guests in\itr-d^to Windsor Gsath) W hen the ylall took^place. Mr. stev.-I,.en Found hlnas It^seated neat- the anaon, to whom be^talked ns he would have don. to say otherpeasant voting girl Tha courti^^er* present exchanged glances of hor-^rar at seeing him guilty of such a faSUI^pas. With tin in. unless royalty SfMkS^tirst. sii, .a , was preserved. Theyoung nivon gn rcgiiiibd .Vr. stivc-nsoti'sattentions mote favorably amiInvited him 10 ride with hST the^next moinlrrg. lb- told With mm ll hu^^mor how it triad bis mettle la keep up^with the active Kngiish horsewoman,^and bow. when sire leaped he r bjaeasj^over n liv,-barred gaie. kg dared not follow,but loci.- around sonic distance onan easnr load, and found hlujteslf completely d lota need by tha ajnaeaj andher iiuiuediate attendant Wean- leaders In everything. Wbv^^Pecauae we hnmlle not kins bui Iks b at gOodaand our prices spe ak for I belli scivis. c, 11. i). atare NadParker will glv, some of hi.s in^^imitable and laughte i-piov oklng rec i^^tations at the Degree of I'm ahont... entertainmentMonday night at Turn^baH*. Twocarloads of croc kerv glassware^nnd tinware received Saturday and^n Hiked at prices WhlCU ate- bound hi^r. II C ri. 11. stun . AI^^ boa^laa i^till- .1 el tnnoc^window ' in an a^with wntel HardAre the Birr est Bargains^Ws Have Ever Offered In \\/atches Andwe believe they are the be^t you I^have ever known. Our entire stock at ;^tempting prirtrs. Just think, a Ladies'^solid 14-karat Gold Watch with Elgin^movement at $18.00 AboutIhe price usually asked f.,r filled^watches. Others run a little higher,^and aorac (ssauiifully decorated and^diamond act cases an- shown as low as $29.00 Chokeof Elgin or Walluam move^^ment*. Oents'8^dld ll-karat tiul.j Watches^$3700 Addothers with fine K-Jevv.l niove-^menta. any make, at $43.00and up Canyou afford to let this chance slip^ !^Prices good until June i^tn ^ur^window for these bsrgalns. 1owih.i' A.easr. Merrill v c ling \ 1 w . il aesaalryc^Kiom tin- Itoe In ste-r Times^Th* soeirtbl - element In 1 ;.. ling prom^^ts 11 - ploy an Important part among^pleasure-s. eking Lie ve lists ibis BtxtSaS),^Taneb ms -eeni t. be In .:^^ it demand^amnne; r'ders arho 1 an boa^t af -'iM'St 1^girls and every other coenhtMttoa^which bads |o proplnojaltl of tin StSSS^Is having a fair trial. So h:^ the tan-^nass -^ ^ ins be have BSStirsd the la^following, but there I* saSB* differem ^^of opinion as to bow the- liebrs shntild^|m^ aeatec*. A veternn Sf tht read ven^^ture* the following opinion Inone thing, at least, it lia^ been el.--^flnitely BtttHsl that lovely woman shall^take a hack seat Wo have been it long ttreie- e nt*lBl It tills COIIe UlMoll, fOT U|l tothe end of Inst season the woman^was placed In front. In tins position^she had the full benefit of the head^wind and nl^o oh*trneted the view of^the real controller at thi nuaahtue This^form of 1 ycHip: sheajM I ^ e.m. easy^fashionable. The vast Inc rease of jmiw. r^whic h a inopeily svanttraeted aoabei^machine giv.s Is Its ride must, sooner^^.r later, be more full, recognised by^those w ho have hllheito gone in f. 1 two^safe ties to every pair ' f-e. monn advani^d 1-1 fat r 1 f laa-^deni combination* ar. that the attains^I* fn- fn-m the ^-are whle\ fetsowi in^the wake of the SktSi* rldet and thai^she has nothing to IrauM hat eseapt^10 stick on when tire pic ^ i a.* fast. i,,s ,iw,, irgu- d that 1 in 1 in la front vvh.n'he 'e. Is lit. ^' ^ r.leah.-sv iihoul fear ol b at mg his oirti-^Mtussi be hind: that trsater dlatass ^^'an lie covered In the same time .end^with more comfort, ami thai bx s anarrange ment th. r, atI^ two tire* in*tcadof f.rur exp^^* '^ the rUh ol^Duncture The tan.'em adv., rte wind*^2^bi savins- that th- em. which^a pair attain* at a tSSt pace It1 a : k it.^ure unknown to tk^ rider of th.. .ingle^machine. feature in th.- large iheOoodfriend ^'!otb irav of bottles partly^Tiny intend giving^IS lUeh of the te\ei elosest gllessers of tip-amount of water oootaiaed in the lolliesrr season lieke l to the races or^HI N in 1 ash. Thl Its - , an- free to anyone. Attht Montana^ k. L A bra ma, Dm*^v. r Samuel Weil. Cincinnati; s. H,^fjreeawoed ami wife, st Loojls; i-m C,^Oarratt, Portland: R. K Taylor, Chaa. PcbBtskHa,Miss Uussell, Miss Kllza^Russell, Butte; Frederick s. Buck, Dsn-^xei; M II Moore, Chicago; .1 T. Car-^mil Montana Mast.-. Waller Carroll.^St. I..iui^ it 11 Hnrshell Butt* w B,^Sleeper, Chicago; W. H. llatilson and^wife. ciix. W II. Newman. St. Paul^Ki mo la i: Clark, F. T. whittle) Bt^!^^til. John F. Fogartv. Sen Fran. 1- 0 P.H. MeDonnell, (Morado; F. U Kid-^der, Detroit; B, H. ragor, Seattle. ftasaasan.- ^ i.awd. FromW ine and Spirit Cazette. Qeimanyha-c acoutred s wotid-wlds^reputalloa as the borne af lager beef V.1 lie-rii,any. two years ago. was com^^pelled to pass a pure beer bill, which^provides Unit be er shall consist of xxa-^tcr. malt, hops ami yeast and SsstbjBSS^11 sc. The Wine and Spirit Qasttts bat^rccelvcei from the Heiinan reichstaa a^i-omple'.e transcript of the jiroceedings^1 of the session of the relciirtag of Mnrch^..:. ik:!.'., ul which the pure beer resolu^^tion xvns paaaecl. The speeches nrueb- la^Ihe debate on the proposition mnki vei v^Interesting reading, which we cspcclnl-^I ly recommend to the brewers af this^! state. It appears front these prove., -^j Ingx that Havana had lor BOOM time^j prior to March fg, 1S9S-u law on Ms^statute books making it a pclisl offense^to brew beer of anything else than wa^^ll 1. mult, hops and yeast. DwrlngIks dshats in the rahihalas it v.:.s shown conclusively lhat ths te- suntn 11 enjoyed by Bavaria had urate -^i-lallv aided the Ravarlnn isser Indaatry^Which has Mlllir it nourished In such an^extent as 10 make- the establishment of 11v :t 1 breweries soar Ike borasro of ltn- xnrlaurrprofltnble Thpoettton to ths pars beer bin whichwas ptndllUl before lire legisla^^ture of this stale tried la disarm Iks^fries da of this bill with ths dec In ration^that congress was lbs proper legisla^^tive boa] la pass sacs a bill. The weaknessof 1 his oaytcttsn Is oosteta-^etvety shown by lbs tsperleno* af I'a- xarla.whose beer, for the v.rv rnaaoa^of its guaraatesd purity, has become^world-famous. Stop WatchesHorse Timers^Chronograph* FROM IP yOO O OOO GOG OOO OOOOOO 0-O-0--O-0-Q-Q jPsf^fWp'f^i^ NOWIS YOUR TIME^Special Sale on flason'sFruit Jars Anaconda'sRaces B:giaJaos 26 5or Hare It icon Daily bvlir-ien Hate, n-1 lecoroaelfc, PreirtMuinie ^n appli-ati.ni to i.n.\. TiiTttN, nuwnajasv^Pftfj Admission Firit Day Tb.r - a,e f Fruit Jul tbal arc made. Wesell the veiy best Morsimen If your sulky Ri-ls nag of^whaek biing It to Urelg's bicycle repair^shop. Weguarantee our SbwaS to w.ar. j^Fresh shoes, low i - I'c ,p|. ^ store. cJ. Ntcholai at the California house,^will back Slicks against an; do,- in ;lo- Stlllefor MM L'O',off on shoes. People's store. T,\\ \\ inkier unci wife have to-.la .' -^for a shor t viait to laiuls Cyr In Uutlc, whois a ooasin of .Mrs ayinklor. MissKatharine Finn or Unit ^ will^sing for the off- rtori a) Si Paul's^Cntholk church. gajMaj siamlng, Mii- laid's'Axe Maria' In F. MWSjPaShaniioii. who rtfttStd to pay^for a meal he bad ordered und was^therefore arrested, xxas sent to the l^county Jail for 20 dues by Juggles IXm-^SffhjtSt. j.t. canatl retnrnsd front his Fast-^em tup caierday. 11 * - was ncooaspa^ni el by Ins ne phew, W'alkei Carroll, of^HI. Lou It, Mo., who will remain in Ana^^conda during his vueation. Whyaa wt sell *o ajany shoes^ Be- lapsewe carry the best and la raes! lit afladles' ami i MMran'a shoos of any^In use in this city und ut prices that^cv Mritl.it be beat. ^. 0. D. Store. 6000COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Pints,00 cents per do/.^n. l^uaits, 70 cc nt* per dozen.^Half Gallons, !).^^ cents per fttM) nj EveryIndication points to r rroimous fruit crops, w ha li will^create a liig demand for Frmt Jars. Better buy tin .11 early; later^on they muy be- scarce. We-r. celve dally luruc .shipments of Strawberries.Raspberries, Cherries ATOUR USUAL LOW PRICES ForSaturday's Trade NewCrop Apricots, Peaches and Apples Firstshipment of the season. Call and tret our prices. 11MacCallum ^ Cloutier 501and 503 Park Avenue, Anaconda. SendMail Orders. H.-amlrvIJuiitlinri, Anicjnila, lltffV ForTreatment of Liquor, Morphine and all^Chronic Diseases. F.GATTAN, M. D. HomeopathicPhysician^and Surgeon. Cratluat.THa in-imann Mod e d Collerro, Chicago, III. BESTTIMOTHY HAY and OATS IN MARKET Wecarry Ihe Inn 1 ^tock af Oarrlaget, Bnggkat, TTsgnns fart*. Road Scraper*nnd Plowa, Disc nnd fn-as HanSeeder*. Harness and Whips In DeerLejdfci county 1'RICESREASONABLE J.T. CARROLL Company liastPark Ax ^nur, Anscontij. Telephone10 |Strange But True JWr IN not selling $20 Suits for .$10, sor tl^^ Suits for .fS.50. IWe are skiing $15 Suits for $15; Suits Bought to^Sell at $12.50, $10, $7.50 and $5 at^SI^, $10, $7.59 and $5 Whichwt nu*rant^66 you will And as ohfMp as any^so-fallcd Mark -1 town Sale, 90 to 00 percent Dis^^count Sale. Every suit sold by us ^ruaranteeJ to^give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. OurMen's Suits range in price from $5 to $15^Our Boyf' Suits 50c to $3.50^Our Young Men's Suits from $3.50 to $12.50 EvtfyStui Spring of '^;; Purchase^W'v are here to stav. Call and seo us. Comein the Morning Thosalespeople can attend mure satisfactorily to your wants^then. There was great sellim; of seasonable foods last Wgak,^l'riees were the fAfMff, najrllaglir attni'-tiou. 3londay they will^be more interest bag than ever, as ncee^sily compels us to mule-^riaily iliniinish our stock before inventory. LADIES'SKIRTS Ladies'All-Wool Sc'r^e .Skirts, in Mark ami navy, lined through^^out and finished with velvet biniliiiir, wide sweep, 00 each instead^Ol So.00. PlainBlack and figured Bri I Hunting Skirts, lined throughout^with rustle taffeta, hound seams, $.'}.!)j each instead of !r'o..^^0. Ladies'Tweetl I'hecketl Skirts, in black uiul white and green^checks, Sl.Tj each instead of s;i.00. SHIRTWAISTS Don'tput off coming too lottl If y.m tbsirj to reap the beuelit of^the offerings we are showing in [his line. LADIESCAPES Kverygarment in this dep^rtni^iit is offeivd Monday at about one-^half the regular price. \WIDBL^AWAKB CLiOTIIIEUa f307 Park Ave. BARNETT^ CO., Aoacoada, Moit * Trya Standard Want Adv. Alwaysat It Wearc pounding prices to the lowest^point and keeping ahead ot competition^by (jiving the most incomparable val^^ues ever offered in this town. sonAA-WseJ sciita. %:^.^. saaily worth $i^).oo.^:m pairs leans Psata, lie, sere H.M Onilozen Chevleit nnd Dotnet ShirtK, L.'.e. v . rS StBr iinzeiiHeavy Jersey Milrta, tic, we re 71c,^20 dsata Alt-Waal Shirts. Mc., wars Ji.no.^20 cie17.c n Navy nine ITannel Shirts, ate., sreis ji.r*. KMIrlnzeii Natural Wenl Shins lhv! DrSWSfB,xvorth rloiililc. Heavyruttcm ftocks, fc. ExtraCutton Sock*, SB.Thri; -peuticl gaagg, 10c. Yoursfor low prices and your money^back if you don't think so. M.S. Aschheim No.9 Main Street. Anaconda, Hontana. Efjlablishcdis-.,t. Bfsa Bargains WARREN'S Bargains $7-50 HarprpSPsTCeJSh's tioltland Silversmiths CHICAGODYE HOUSE r,1iiK.i^t '^otniTifsTlul. Anaconda.^The onl\ pliui tn AnaromJ.i lhat^Zr*-i-c\*r* wo-k in s^MBlai .mtl |irt-^ii ic^Birn * rlothci* MMsft s#MbW^. f^Hlt.^.^(tovm und rtnr rr..r1ns uptturH. our^rh*:ar^* ar.' rio*1frdt ^ n^ m^ ..n^l t^^^llir rlgtht i^l:ut. U1^^ t: t'omnvM.il ^\t*n;i^*. AnacondaLivery Stable D.O. WBOWKtUt rroprlttor.^Bueg.es, Mirses and Siddles for Hire Thiswook wt^ will turn things loose and you never saw such an array of bargains as Wt will have all over tho^boaM, To btfin wi;h. CarpetsHave Got to Be Cleaned Out Entirely.Rufl also must ud. Wo have ^ few Art Bpr-tadl, heavy, extra super, 3z8^, :^x4, at 4!)t.- yd. Chcnilh',^Bagdad and BaUn Derby Portiafta go with the rest. Bnndreda of pairs of Loot Curtains, 44e up. DRESSGOODS Ife place on Sale Monday 49 Dress Patterns, every one a prize, worth up to I^-8Q Ofel.,^.+^.74 eaeh. Ltaeea, Pllfsfia*nntark^l and all Dress Trimmings at a discount of 38}* per eent. LADIES'SUITS Bay a Suit now. Our entire line on sale at I big diseount. WAISTS^The^ pivttiest^In the eity. SHO!;S^Tiiis week we will make an extra effort on Shoes. Everything in the line will have ^^^pecial price. Don'l buy anything in the Dry Goods line without looking us over. Wt-will have extra sak'snu n^this week st) that everybody will get the neeeatary attention. Buy now and save big. .'roprietorht raaarnser. Kat(ut*^at U i: i i- l.ii.. c-,iiir.., tuns^made aim all train:.^i OfasS and titabu rirai Strsrt. AaaoaBsa. 409East Park WHRREN'S Anaconda