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ANACONDA1 STANDARD:SUNDAY MOKNl \ ^;. AUGUST 1^*^7 , (Continued from Pa^e Two.) hadti^ turn his btik upon every one^he loved in order to be a goldbug.^(Cheers.) lontlniiinchla address, Mr. Bryan^discussed eloquently the sHlient points^in the slhtr Issue, uainjc many apt II-^luatrationa. In conclusion, he aald: Ah.my friends, ihla question^presses down up.,11 tin Anieriran peo^^ple. If vve cannot have a llnancinl pol^^icy of ,.ur awn, we rannot have any^kind of policy of our own. You tell^me that the n^ld standard Kivs .1^aound llnancial policy, I dney it. If^our commercial transacti'** rest upon^a handful of pold. and that handful of^gold has n xtrlnc ti It and the DtfcW^end of the stiinK reaches across the^ocesn. ao that foreign financiers fan^draw out the foundation vvhii'Mi^they will. 1 deny that it is a I mnd^financial system. The power, the force,^ihe Influence thai controls our ueasurv wincontrol every other noltcy. I ce- peatwhat others have, said w hen I af^^firm that 1 would rahcr put ,v^ ^-:n;ili.-h^general In control of our army, ;,r an^English admiral at the head ^; our^navy than to put an KngHnh Idsaad^man a! Iht heail of the treasury of the^I'nittd Stat. s. But,my friend:. I vi.is on I v going^to talk a little while^(Loud erfc *^'kw|i on, keep on.) I was onl] going^t 1 talk a little while in order thai you^ndght know that I appreciate the in^^terest which you manifest ami thut I^reciprocate th go id will which y m^have Shown, not only on ttii.-i ocon-^^Ion, but at a tlma when good will ^tl^Worth far more than It Is at a NC i^-^tlon- namely, at the halloi boxt Ihavo enjoyed ODBaaBfl into j our^midst. I have enjoyed 1 ' in:,- your city,^1 have enjoyed passing through this^greatest undid in the world, and, my friends,as I went I1, -4- there this morning.1 w as impress* d most deeply^with one thought and thai was thai^there In that smelter ihey were simply^puting the forces of nature lo work.^And that la all that we are doing ns^we go on in the man h of clvlllantlnn.^Then- they could turn the water^wherever they would, because tluy^knew that water would always run^down hill. And. my friends. In the so^^lution of all the great questions that^come beforr us we are simply applying^natural laws and everyday, common^kc nee. AndIt la the application of natural^laws that kndi to our position m this^question of bhattaJMam We know that^the value of a bushel of wheal dep nils^upon the number of luishels and we^know also that Iht value of a dollar^(b in mis upon the number of dollars.^Wf know ihat dollars art creatures of^law; that while the crop depends upon^nature. Ihedollais depend upon human^laws, and human laws are riade by^human beings and we know that thore^who own money ami pi ^flt by Ihe rise^will hi tempted I 1 make dollars scarce^In order to make thei.i dear. And If we^had nny doubt about il as a maticr of^principle, w e fa l back up m authority andI^otnt to a spit eh made by the^present president of th I'niied State-^only about six j cats ago. whin he de^^nounced 0 rover Cleveland for trying^to make moivy dear by making It^scmee and said he was making money^master and ail things cist Ihe servant^^Mv friends, we stand now upon the^ground upon which he st ^ ^d thin. We^are not willing to make money th^^master. We ire not willing to make all^things els ^ the st . cant ami beeause weare not we anned to continue the lightuntil victory is won, and until^the money of the c institution Is again themoney of ihe people of tin United Stat'^. WhenMr Rryan hail concluded his^speech the apiilausi was ilc aft IlillR^and the diet ring OontlhlMd until I'oii-^girs. man Hurt trait stopped forward^nntl addressed the audience at length.^His remarks wire bitter against Oro-^vcr Cleveland, whom be characterised^as an indices! ilde. galvanized BTiaale. Hemade a rousing speech In defense^i f the sIIvfi movement, and was fol^^lowed by Senator Lee Mantle, who^praised the wotklngmen for the gal^^lant light they are making. SenatorMails then thanked the au-^tlier.ee .mil announced the conclusion of^th** programme for Ihe tluy Therewere ni;iny etills from the midl^^ine, for JiulKe Braatly antl JtalKe Iiixoa.^neither ^ii whom r, spomletl. THE EVENING RECEPTION. LarueKaanhaea af i.miirs and BeanWaaMi AreKecelved Ity Mr. and Mi-4. Bryan.^Il.lween the hours of a and H e'rlact iniha ^ nsnlBn 1 reaanttau was h, id hi^the aarion af ihe hotel. al nhlcti .1 largenumber oi ladies anil genii, men^were pre^ated ba the hanared inaati oi Am.ieoinla. llavtirLtis1 i' anil Mis. 1.,-is,;- Were^prest nl to extend their congratulations,^anil the time vv.ts busily taken nn n^iMBdahahlng and well-wishing. The la tileswho usslstnl Mis bTyaU to receive,^were: Mrs He rpci nl. Mrs. Shieltls. Mis.^Oanea Mrs. Thornton Mrs. fm ^anr.^Mrs. J M Kt nneily. Mrs. Frank K, il^^licit. Mrs. Hilary. Mrs. Rtsl William-,^Mrs. Bprhnen. Mrs St. Jean. Mi -. Doi.o- hsn Mrs. Maawatt, Mrs Ml lee Mrs llrovvnlec.Mrs. Ogata, Mrs. Wlnsion and^Mrs. Merril' Theyouns lathes v.htt assist- I vv, r-^Misses Lain., Ihir ion. Iiouglaaa, llhiiei- inuntiand Tom k* cyOoanaH*^The Bjenhen af Iht btryaa party leave theMotltalri 1*11101: tit pot at Hi::)! oVi... k^They go I., Matntttan, when they Will be^the gusts af Mr. .mil Mrs. Daly until^their return 10 MK-mila. W'etinesilii., ,i- lernaan,whet,,, they will pa to Baitara Montana. WANTED TO TRADE BACK. aftaanf tfeafh Wha aatan*B*ee1 a ton tor aafnaeL^From the Pittsburg ProtM itapnaari that Mr Banaatl 1- ^ult^^n Mcych rider ami apewda canalnlerabl^time on hir erhaeL Aa he nhlrlaf along^the 1 ountrv .tails near bis farm his^rtdirel was greatly admirad by a aim-^pie-minded youth, era ^ fr- tiu ntly-editl^aside his hoe and gaud .4 the flying 0tMOOOO(^OO0OCOOOOOo0^KH^OC0 ANELEGANT NewLine | JustReceived. 2^% STICK PINS of Dainty Design, % LACE^ AND MAT PINS 68ft With AmpthystK. A THE VERY LATEST STYLE. JI'lXI \s^OltTV|l^T OF S...GUARD CHAINS...^Hold, SIIy.t and Plate. o KEPPLERJEWELRY CO. \ 112Mala Street. Anieoatla. X^^ CKXXX^0000^00 oooooooooooo; v. ,to|.o rMVj acti piroa. wheelmanIn open-mouthed woniler.~|^The hoy finally ^ot the blcve^and one day off.--.d Me r.ussi^for his wheel. Tin- .rT-r was ac^ ^ pien- andtin- . xt hanae made.^I The next tlav , he veidunt y nth^Initiated hltnaell into thi myaterie of^learning lo rhlr ihe Ink . Tempor ry suietsscmledd I the young m; :^. caualnghim to grow reckless while ai.owing-.fr bed nc ihe netahhara, He tinallylost i ttntrol tj' ihe hike, and ^ ith^a blood-curdling yell went over a^foot embankincni. The bike was t aa^^pletriy demoliatied and tin boy went^home In a dll.i ptanted condlttoev The^nexl tlay he apptaret! a Mr lUissetis^house with the remains ul iht erhaol^carefully nalletl up In a ban. Depwli-^ing hi- b^-den on th^ (1 mnd ha -aid^^he guess-tl he'd lain bat k his cow ^^Mr. Raaaett told hlin be w^^ a bad^guesser. Falling to Kit the cow and^ng that th- In- ^ 1 w as ^a t 111:1 - aentlydieaaeed. th^ boy iranderad aad- lyhome, tbt lairing thai life had 1 tat^Its i harm. COULDN'T SPANK HEN SON. He Mas a t-'tttlier Hiiu^rlf nntl Wtiul.l HaveBean Mad i^ oniig-. Fromthe t'hlrago Tbiies-llerabl. Peoplenever get an t M ouragettient^for doing the g hiiI Sainai ltan act In^the Intt-nsts if the public, as the man^decldid who offered to assist a dis-^tracted woman and ameliorate the suf^^ferings yf a lot of reapeotaato ae ipla on^a siihurban car. Thebov who biwls vvas in evidence,^the Burled darling of his only own^^Other ami the ten ir of everybody^^!sr. end he hail kepi I hi t ar in u state^of wiiti eicltonaenl ami eafeauated the jiatieme of ever;, b nly. Inclutllng his^doting | an Btl ^).If your father wi re only here!^^he had ::ald for the llftieth time, as 1^she triett vainly ti nstraln the hovvl-^in . UrWf. Atthat he stopped howling long^^ Hough P. In.i! the air with his small^shins, nntl the woman on the' other^side af him it marked audibly that a^cage was the proper plat, for savages^like him. Johnny,dear.^ Baked the mother,^^won't y iu be a good boy^ Ronnand kicks from Master John^^ny. O.I wish four father Was her* to^give you a good trouncing this very^minute!^ she aald ever sine, he started^from hoi.'e. Thenit vvaa that philanthropist of^the company asserted himself. lb^had btaal trying in vain to read his^morning pa par ever since he Started fromhome, Allowinc. madam.^ he said blandly. Iani a father myself ami I will Is'^happy In ehastlae your cherub in behalf ifbis absent parent. (),no. you won't, not If I know it'^^said Johnny's mother, rising in her i^wrath like a llpiQI There ain't tint 1^man living dare lay a linger on that^boy^hla own father u any ithtr ugly^old catamount art I thinks be kn iws it ail. and she effectively shut off ibimt- Iv going Into (he pent*ear anil taking^tic suet t Infant vv ith her. ABOIT THE CITY. Tent.- forrent at Grelg'a. Ion, I coll. g, . new Davldaon baton. Cutprices on ahoea. People'a store l*hotguns f,* rent at Orelg a. Baths.Montana hold barber shop, .'it FirstClass mixed paints 11.50 a gal^^lon st F. a Wright s. Janus Cart n. fiom American gulch,^w us in tow n yesterday. Bafnripiar ng seek 11 fee orpainiing. so, Malum Hunt ...'- only put to th^ am,. v,iru e an,'^i vprase of n lawsuit, but they secured^a verdict fair U considers lib sum. And^It's all hecau*^ 1 am not strictly busl-^ii'-^ If I were they would nave been^evicted and we .vt-uld at least hav.^lietn spared the exi~-ns.- I^ui upon us^by a Macrant case of Innratltude. 1 air^now debating whether t.. retire fr m)^the business world cr turn t ^^Itl-bbHid-^ed. Pop: ItlK Mis.I). W. O'Connor of this^departed tor th^ Alaskan t7.'inow buys a Columbia, the^bicycle made. See I,. A. King. best Wodeliver I.|,|iii,l llroad for JJ.O0 a^dozen. Smith Ihug Oa, TimeHad llou.t. Fiomthe Sun Francisco Post^-\ eollarless little man with a dilapi- aat i inn, bleary red eyca, dlafeeveled baifand all tin gt IV ral app aranres .'oonvaleacenl Janatcr, anpscHaafend a^ImiIIi lajan on Marhei street, aanf Lar* kin.yt st- rday and ifinaikrd: ireehoa im i little lata, aln'i i: Well,yes, you look a little lit hind^the tlmt s. \hat llane atichl it i^ .^' ItIs 11:117 exaclly.^^Thank you. I i xpeet I ve missel^the opanln' raarclaea, but I'll see the^rent of it. Whatis ,t you are going to an ' 'The Christian Cndaavor conventloa, I'mnot one ,t' 'cm. but Mlramly^ibought it mighl have a t'hiisticn ^n-^Ituenee on me lo send in- to II. became^I'm a kind of a bachnttder, so I came^dawn. I teckin the slngln' Is all over^for the morning'. Why.the convention adjourn'd two^days agt It's all over. Well.I swan. I knew I was bavin'^a ratUttV good time, hut I didn't know^il was (an' so fast. I reckon I can^commence Bjrarin1 on some lies tar tell^Ulrandy. Couldn't sumeat anything Mr.ami^city hav,-^KoM 11 kb Sissons Uusoiess College. Davidson^Md| Commercial, shorthand ui Bng-^lish course. |^er month. Swedishl.uihtran services will be^In Id in 'lit St andinavian t hurt h of^Anuconda this evening at s o'cltK-k.^comluctid by llev. N. K. Olson of^Hutte. T.F. Hopkins was in the city yis-^tarday from the Kast, accunpani.,' bv^hla brother-In-h)W, L. J. Highland, a^prominent huslmsH man of Chicago.^They I, ft ycstertlay afternoon for their pmpeiiy in the Moos^^ laik- country. To-morrowrning carpt nt. is will i-immencc to tear down the obi trUM^building for years u^tiip|e,| hy Max^Hammetslough A handsome' brick^structure vv ill be ere, ted and w hen coni-^aleted Mr. Hamweralouaii ^iii lumish th-same vv ith a n w set - :' fixtures ind^will have one of tlw Hncsl Jew lrv atoreain the Nortlinraai, To-daywill he the i losing Sabbath^for the present conference year ^itli^the M. K. church In Ana conda. Tile^subkrts for the morning and evening^sermons will lie appropriate to the ot-^' as11111, also the music and singing.^The i'(inference year ( loses Wednesday^night, when Hishop Cranston will be^In re to atltlri ss tin people in a lec^^ture. All accounts for benev ol-n. es^and cbumh papers nntl literature must^be settled with the pastor before coll^^ier nee. as be will be hi Id responsible^for Ihese accounts at conference, The^last prayer meeting was held In the^I'lt sliyterlan church last Th,. ^^tuning. Tin new atJfaM Will ha used^next Thursday . veiling The financial secretarywin semi receipts io all who havecontributed to the church dur^^ing the year. TtsBBS receipts will be^sent out about Tuesday evening. Twoyears ago this summer the Ran,^Qaarpa Watb- Nenty of the Preebyte- liant hureh of this eily preached a^i- ries of historical sermons, wh.'h^aroustd considetahie Internal both in^his own congregation nnd among the^other people of the city. At that time hetook the leading t harat-lers of 11. -^Iikw history gave a sk teh of their^lives, drew lessons from Ibem, ami^pointed out that during the entire^oosjyaa of Jewish history Qod was pre-^pnrlnC a people for the coining of Jesus^Christ. IjmI Sunday night Mr. Hani)^prcachsxl the first ot a n eond stiles Ot^historical sermons. This new aeries^promises to be equally interesting with^the tlrst. ami will Include a revlev. of^the llvaa of th- leading alMurneteri^front the time of Malaehi. the last of theHahren prophntn, up to the Mrth ofChrist, Th- sermon last BUUday^night was on Socrates. ^The Mission^Of Qrcaee to Christianity To-night 111,' suhjtet Will be ^AS (li.niTh* Urtaking lp ncss. Forsanitary plunibinc. sleam and^hot water beating, see Young ,v^ Ibz1 11. blqujdHread at the Smith l^rug Co.'s ixaniler the^of Narrow - Heginnipgto-day and on each day^except Sunday until tin cleat af the^iaces at Butte, the Montana t'nlon^will sell special excursion tleketa to^Hutte and return, good going on the^lialn b nving Anaconda at llijft a. m.^and returning Oh the train leaving^Hutte at lejt p. BV at one dollar. S It CAI.DKUHF.A1^.^lieneral Passenger Agtnt. Whenin Hutte lunch at Slid man's. Furreliable plumbing,^Ilasley. l'ir, dak atreet. toJ. A. that'lltlx It,^rood raorntn'. loiildyou.' MoT Well, iI, Bfah hOl ice. ThePresbyterian , hureh. oa Main^Mi'tci, neat Fourth. (leoige Wad^^Hcnly, aaalof Barvrlcaa io-day at u^o'clock a. in. ami s B'aloch p. M, Sun^^day school at II m. Y. P. S. C. K.^at 7 thi:- evening At this evening's servicesthe pastor will preach the setoud af Iha series tif historical aer-^iiioiis. The Mbjart to-night will be AlexanderIha Ureal The Breaking upof Narrowness.^ All is) cordially^invited to be present at. all cur ser^^vices. This evening the int' iesi in the^Services will be increased by ihe help^of the orehi stra. KMaWaslvd. Midswill ba received at ihe general ofiiif the Unit-. Anat nndii A I'aellle Itailv.aycoMipany. Anaeonda, Mont ,^for th. erection ^t a brlch pnaaaanjer Stationand offers building al Ana^^conda. Flansand sp rifleailons may be seen^at the geneial ofnee, Anncoada; alai^at risim W, Owsley block. Butte Tht^company rasirvei tin rsjhl la reject anyor all bids. iini.i^r ^ity Petal tag;, linlswill be received al Iha afsVe of^the citv clerk oi Iha city of Anaconda^up to *::st^ p. m^ August (nth, IsflT. for^tin lining of lb^ i lly piintlng for the ensuingrear.^By ardor of the city council. T.ii'l.KAKY. City Clerk, IIInib, i s of Tlntloi Tril^ No. .' can^obtain invitations for the inI to begiven Oread Inronhas it. T. Dan- bisof Virginia h] apidying to the^, hi, i of iecords. LiqaldHread. a tune malt extract,^^ in ,i dust ii. Smith In uk Co. (.randPlrllte nntl llatl. Agrand picnic, followed by a i all.^^ui i,^ given by ihe flcandlnavlsna of thiscity at the Aaaconda part; Sun-1 day.Augajai It, The pragramnM for^th. day s sport is an excellent one and^many valuable prizes will be given^A grand band tonesn will alga h^given. Dancing both aftern i m and^evening. Admission free. EXPENSIVESYMPATHY. lie- Freepresi riptions ev^v ear l,^ I ^r. Win. Hav.^Drug Co s. ry day In Ihe^ii tin RtainUud PsepdeaadHim. Fromthe Ohd ago I'ost l)|ilyon sie the story of tlic couple^tlini married wlih the proviso that the^marrlagi is to t xlst for only one psaf! ' Sonof hhatssd marriage. Isn t 117 Hut^what aUiut II^ Oh,nothing much. It merely occurred^lo me Hint there might Ih- ^omethlng oi^value In that Idea. For Instance. If the^time were tut down to six months It^might receive tb, sanction of Lillian rtus-^svll ami Barontss Diane. Noll,'. Allproperty owners ami their agents^arc hereby notified to cause to be^cleaned ail grannda under their con-^trol and ihe alley adjacent thereto.^Ity gfdjgt of Hcartl of Hralth. Anhwltatloa i^ ^xlended to Tmnita^Council No. to join In the race pel oa^to (ireat Inronhee K. T. Danl^ls on^Monday night. Aug. 1*. l^'7. at the^auditorium, at llH p. m. Tbititioiiian's Kin,ltit^^ It, Tciiiiu^ttald Win a I.HMr,,ill. Fromthe Detroit Free Press.^J ^I'm afraid that I will as ear be a I.practicalbnatnaaa weenun.^ sighed an estimableD- troll lady whos- fear Is^based upon experience. ^! am ki eon-^atitutetl thai sympathy largely cualiata^my actions. There are times when I^Woul.l like to be soulless fol a brief^period, jtisi Uk- a cor|s.ration. ^.r OSUtd^ofm mv eves and act vvllh the calm^impartiality of Justice i\ hen she a un-^mov ed by mercy. I Indorse the sentiment of Shakes-^Inare that Ingratitude is wore- than^lying, babbling drunkenness, or any^taint of vice whose strong corruption^Inhabits our frail blood ' I have the^r nting of some proper'y fm a sister^living in ani ther city Fi r months it^wa^ occuplrd by tenants who could not^any their rent. Moved by pity I per^^mitted then) to remain, though remind- ,ed at intervals by mv sisier that she^hail the house as a source of revenu^^and should be realizing Pha became 0insistent thst I quit insist'd upon^the occupant:' paying me some money.^Hut they pleaded pssiutfl and I don't^know hut my feelings Induced me to^give them a little help vv In n 1 culled on^husin. ,s in my capacity a.- ag nl. THECOPPER CITY Prhrettty.From the Whahlngtim Star Theprofessor vv .is rndravnrlng lo en^^tertain a group oi s- astiore young wo^^men. He bad been talking mi Hn sub^Jt it of geology. Th, : yawned, but did^n ,t g , away. He was the inly man in Bight, Isuppose.' 'he sai l tb,- habit of |a-^ti; rogation assirling itself, ^thai any^^ i v ii young ladles tan till where the^most Important chalk ibpcits arc to^be found* Idon't know ba' sure, professor,^^said the young girl who la Just out of^st ht d, ^but I have an Idea. Wheredo you think th. v an ; ^. at^ed. i-ii the blackboe rd. Children'sDay^Monday.... HisIteli.rl. Fromthe Chicago I'm i. I'ne whole day not a cross word h.i-1 beenheart!, and Bataralty bath were In^good humor, 'Why should we not so on like this for-^(vi ' she askeil at '^ ngth. ^Why can't^we always ngree lie,.nise.^ he expl iIikhI verv eamestly^^one,, in a great while I Ilk, in l ave my^own way,*1 hortlythereafter he had slammed lh'^doer and started for the club ami she^was excitedly asking herself why she^hail ev. r hcen foolish enough lo marry, Children'sWash Dresses Children's Hosiery Bfc tjiIjot of ^^2 tlozen, sizes o to ii l^ liltlll,'.k i i \m DimitiesPercales^I.awns and^C ha I lies WvtnHe to Mb,^19c iin111,^ l in IfaM M^liiliriiiilory, si/.c- J^to 11, our entire stuck Handkerchiefs Lotof plain IhthMtitfllMd^mul colored lionler*, 5c Boys'Pants Oiltlsand cods, sizes 7 to 13,^~' ii| up to #1.00, ehoiee of the lot, 25c ItIs a Success 1 - 0ne-Third 0ff Children'sShoes oulv Children'sHats LeffaornHats, trimtned with^ribbon and roses, worTh $2.00, 95c Thebig clearing sale of the Jos^Pete IB' Store has been going BMIilly^on for the past I^ days gnd MS h I i.^Is a bittger one than the Other, Mr.Hughes is dcieiBBmi '^ ha knag WhoopingIt up until he mak^S MBBJ^for an I ntlrc new StXark, Hereis What is Offered^Special for Monday $1, *jn. $:^:, ami J :m Suits Ihat l ave^b n ilainaKed by being in lt^c ahovv wimii.- will i^' put mi sale Monday^at $5.00^ac!* .-///S/Uris, lints. Shoes..^Etc., go al the same firo-^fyjrtion. Childrens Blazer Suits Bell sold^li. kirt,[8 to otilva^vll ,50. fewHit, )our choice now $3.95 Oxfords,tan^S 14 to 11. 90c Misses'sizes, 11 1-: $1.00 sizes to Children'sSun Bonnets Plainand fancy, all sizes, 35c Boys'Waists PinntldrOTWaists, white and^eolorctl. sold lit SSd und 7.^^e, 40c Misses'Shoes Tanonly, 13 to J, $1.50 Aliberal discount on all^Children's Tan and Oxbiood Shoes HChildren's ti*-^Jackets^, C'hoiee of entire lot, 1-2Price THE^ COPPER ^ GITY /.v75 1 /p-^ Jv^^ ^\ fyk ANAlI ^NDA, MONT. *********** ; *M*M \^9^^s\5^^va a tffe't iti'tterdn IM Ill s'i ' : l | ^^\\ b y iiin Monday and ^-^'^!^penile arc getting tlvt THE HtGHESI^ Th; New Man vftn D Ouri-4 Oft* Sale OS111 SUITS tt THE HOUSE Beingattdl I (imat Smh, WeWill Continue This Sale fora short ti\w longer. Weniiu'lit i|iiote a peg* nf ridicu^^lously Low Priottj hut low prieei^arc Botbioj] unless bnekod up by gutteJ^aces.. AR NOW IN PROGRESS ForPrncjrauime see lnrt,'e^Atlverlisi'iiient on^Hutte page CDA. TIPTON Don'tfail to^cull and c\tiin^iin- our threat RemnantTable MANHEMTS CashBargain Store 4-4Fruit of^the Loom Mon-^11 ii. the 10c kind, 43-4c value.-Therefore^the vh!ucs we offer. comeuinl tec WatchOur Window Displays ItWill Pav You. L.F. VBRBERCKTIOeS,^Th; B.Mvian Jeweler and Optician lil.ittss tilled |i, i feci ly tn any eye.^sinln Praf, Vertteri kiniM-M has hmi a lurtf raparl mi m ontkMl ararti anti canttvt I In- Krrittcxt setlefactlnn. If^ymir ;l,et!-i n tin nut suit. II vvnn't^(Oat unvtbliiK In BBVe ytiur ivii eXMic- Inad.ii yeai aaBani .uii nvnt Vnr^^karrkRioea will call nn yna ui ynur^bi^m,.. i iniiidlcat' I watch i.iinlrlnn a^ap clall) 'k Baal Comnnitiai Ave-. Anninula. (The Bee Hive.) A' (OODFRIEND 'CLOTHINfiCO. Ill'i f* \rr.i# ANA*oXDat, MONT. AGreat Bargain R painnp^live Works. nntly^U^ K. tlone'^nm'l atChitas iiutteBaaaa, ami.il rat e train on II. A. ft P. in'l-^way. will leave Anaconda fur :lotto^ranee every day. except Sunday, it 1-W^a, ni, riakt* ^he run in 50 aiinatea^lleturninc. leave Rutte at *..f^ i^. in.^Tick-te Band tin aNjve tralnr. $1 ^O lor^reiind 11:!^- ngthI was wi protlde-1 by my prin^^ ipal that I really Intimated t^ tb ti n-^BBta that they munt Kettle or And an-^other ebblinx plarc.^^At thin critbat Juncture, when I wad^IftK si , ). ,v ,-i the itltviati'in. i'^lh t^ riant fell doan etaha an.t na^^in^ured. It was in^t in fi^^ .^u i^^wt.rry th^m undT mieh t^lvudfatai.'^s i ihey cccu ludetl t^ ,v.,. T i ,^^ T^-^Mah-vvnv :md sued for dnVajML'aWnaVaanrby^Mtnirwny and eued for damages. We Heft. Owinfto my inability to ail a^eondnt i my su re and ranch at Iha^ini'n ' i ^ ... Icom luijctj t^ , if. . myrnnca for lie at a (real BBC tin^It Is located Ave mile* ea:^t of Alia ci^da and one mild north of Warn,^Sjirlnge. ronteitiK lilfO acre* under fence,^aatcr rishts. i idem e and Mfndeni^eutbuilriuiK I will sell with hnple-^mente fnr f t I \Mt v ^^h. balance am^time. It i: iun ihe place for the dairy^business, n ^ I markefa lielnc near at^hand. Th, prlt t Is a trifle less than ti^\^. PrT acre aul !^ s^ than I paid for It^At i Tit] F.GATTAN, M. D. liOSCOPATHICFHYS1CI4N am)St HdliON^flEAl'DRV HlMLniNii. .WAPONDA. Bpi-MaltyLiquor, Opitini, ^Til^^^ral. Cocaine. Mental, Nervoui^and Chronic Diseases. OnV*.Hoar. -^^ f ^ ^ .tn Bj 10to U ,ft nil p. ^ ^nd Th nal.n^-.i id eHUct^itlllllK like^Il n il Villi fIhla sale, Inaunura led last .Monday, has bee. n phrnome.^it ever before know n in the West. latdies by the thou-^t| tht-maelvea of the wonderful offerings^the continuation^of sin h rxtrai rdlnarj reductions on u ^^^^ and desirable (roods should be taken^advantage of by all, more especially those who were unable to respond last VV ' k. FinalClearing Sale AnHye-Opener for Monday PlaidDress Goods IPb^'le- n^York i nln ClanI'oplin I'lalds. all w colm lims. ibe latest New iaxe, as a dyer m ClearingWash Goods Vouri holce of our entire Winli floods^Slock. Inrludlaj Ki nt h ^ irnuinll, s.^rranch Sateens. Plain ami KIk^Ured Lawns. InpnalB Mulls. Tlaln^ami Vain y While Lawns. IMi Inches.^Bei li b Ornghnaaa antl Kreneb I're-^j-oiis. asajM vvoitb ,*^'ic. nttiie bss than lie,all Kn to-niorrnvv at al-.1e AWonder for Monday i'.,i ^ .liiwti to-moi'iow and take fWU^pick of an Sinn MTalsta, worth up to^$2..10 for Ha, i boose from the ,. .^Lawns. I'trcabs. liiiinties.^Madias. Kit nt h f iiiiKbains. ^-tc, all^In the in west coIoiIuk* and prettiest pattiran all siz. s. nothing like it ever^known liefore. I:',^ Shin Walste, for.. ;:iSIpiece*^arounds. worthX l-3i^they lust. F'luuretlIi- la nes, dark^nth floral figures, eaajly^. Monday and asjunc aa 1 yards to each customer. , $4.00Lace Curtains, 8oc tilodd pairs La, ^^ Curtains. Nnttlna-^ham ami Haxony Lace. Hruasels end^Tambour Bffacta, some were sold for (d.oo.take your choice for SensationalReefer Selling Yourchoice of any Child's Reefer In^the store, all sixes, all colors, all well madeami richly trimmed, for LIB 25cEmbroideries, 3 i-ac L'mm yards Swiss FZmbroldertee; all^w idths, worth up to 25c. but thay ara slightlysoiled, so take them for 1i-ae Housekeepers,Read This Wehave aaveral lengths of Bvarpets, al^out enough In some to rover end^or two tennis, they are ihis Seasons richest patterns, which we will clone out atb ss than tin cost (a manufacture. GoodsCheerfully Exchanged $$ $ SAVE $ $ $ Apoor Mower or May Kake Is always getting out of order, oft .no . i^. -t of muti-y. causinglong THECROWN MOWER Makea good Ttnn*smoothly, ruts even and never gets out of order. andbuy a Crown ibis year. THETHOMAS HAY RAKE Tseverywhere rr.nceded the best Hake. Farmers who uae these Implements cana^k their hay i rop put up quicker and with less trouble. Wecan do better with ^ iu In Huggles. Harness and all kinds of tmnto* nients.as we carry the largest stock In the county. J.T. CARROLL CO. EastPark Avenue, Anaconda. AnacondaLivery Stable D.0. BROW NELL. Preprints itleunquestionable. Apply or address BuRgle-V Hor.se* and 5addles lor Hire^I'eter Lansing. Iieer Lodge. Mont. TheLadies' Friend Dr.DeYille s Fnaca Tansy Tablets n4nrf Pr M (H^ p-r Kax 5t^*at hr^Vk*mly a^ltd. t^i uv anttrdtM. For ^mlm^Um^TaM'AKH 1-kUo CO. Am ^ij'i, AlioI'ritp'-^'irI'uf^ucfrr Bfng^*C* aotl tx^i.r* * I.r tfin^'io-t. Bad* withall trail* OIB'-rand Milt'f Fir^t Mrwt. \ua^ontli Trya Want Ad in^THE STANDARD UNIONIRON WORKS BUILDERSOF MININGMACHINERY Banb ranolaoo, California. SENDI OR CATAUWUES. %%in J 1X1. Trya Standard Want Adv.