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THEANACONDA STANDARD. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1891
THEANACONDA STANDARD. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY^THE YEAR. IN ItliTWIIt rarrirr or mull M ten riollvi ^^jmt, Uittv dnllait * quarter ur ud*^UtuliU in. nlli. THESTRNDRRD litlcoritydullf nrw^p;ip^r with Irlnrraph ill*-^IMrlir* In 1 ^^^^^! ICounty. It print!^luoie trlrgrii|^liicticwblli;iii uny other lormpoodcoce^nd rmi.ln.il ktieri mould be^ftlhll cited la THESTANDARD Comercf Main and Third slrerU, Anacon U.^Mont.-ilia. KltlDAY..11 I.V 17. lMtl. THtYHAVt LfcVfcl Ht ADS.^The ttixr^:iying pMph ^1 Unite li.nl^a narrow escape when ilu^ question of^bonding the rily 111 the. sum ol .^s.^um^was up for neiion hi 111 ^ - city council^Wednesday liiRlit. It was proposed t^^^set apart, out nt litis stun. JMh.irX) lor^bewer construction, tHt/M tor btreet^Kradiiic and sio.nH) tor public I1111I1I^liiirs. ^^ inellniiK inir-hl be sail! regard^niR all tluee of these projects, but the^Stanpakii limits its HHMM Huh^morning tot ho proposition tor bonding^to the extent ot fJBylffiff for htrcut grad-^illg. Ifin the general economy of (joveru-^nient in American cit io^ there is one t act^more iully demonstrated than any^other, it is that money taken from the^general fund, or out of the proceeds of^iKUitlincr, is very largely lost when used^for indiscriminate work, grading and^the like- -preclsi ly as is now proposed^in llutle. It is wasted in the wards, it^is Kipi.i:nlei^ d on by-ways, it go: s to^city-hall loungers and to local political^Squatters; its use is no. di lined; il is^sprit' and no in 111 can ted what lias^become ol it. This is the rule if any^alderman 111 Ituttc can produce testi^^mony to the contrary, these columns^w ill stand corrected. Thefact that the rule is as we have^stated, leads toa second proposi'inn,^und it is this; The unerring tendency^in all cities of the United Ma'esisto^do local improvement by local assess^input ^ to put the cost nf benelit on the^property tHkeli'id. This established^fact is so easily demonstrated by the^proofs, tlilit it is beyond all contro^^versy. If any a!d 1111:111 111 Untie favors^the plan which thn best managed^cities in the country have abandoned,^and desires to take up the question,^the Stam^.\HI^ is ready to go into it.^We take it I lull the city of llutle is not^bo fur 111 advance ot the average Amer^^ican city, 111 point of economical ad^^ministration, that it can nllord to blind^itself to the experience of so res of^cities east and west; and the list is long^of municipal councils in which the^suggestion of bonds under the danger^^ous head of ^grading^ would not stand^for three minutes. Thereisn't a doubt in the world that^if the council of llutle presumes to^bond the city m the sum of (*;10,IKMJ for^^grading,^ sixty per cent of (lie money^Will be absolutely thrown away. This^voting a city into debt i^ all easy^enough, but when the money is squan^^dered as it is sure to be when voted^under tiny such indefinite title the^debt remains just the same fur a tax-^paying public to pay dollar tot dollar. Themayor and the members of the^council, who by their vole prevented a^step which might hive commuted^litltte to thirty (lions mil dollars worth^ot tolly, are entitled to the most hearty^commendation. THLCITY KNi. AS HOW. \\l.en it comes to making a deal^with a water company, the city ol^llutte is a good deal wiser than it used^to lie--at any rale, the lor.,1 authorities^have learned how not to do it, and that^is \\orth some'hing. Aswe under-itaml it, the city will^call lor a ivrtiliol cluck when bids^are submitted and it will demand^an inuciniiily bond in a good round^sum Whin the sncCPMfui bullet is^ready (M business. In the charier to^the strut railway company in Kittle is^a tet'y simple I* ilcitui'c clause which^worked with UMtMai and dispatch^when the c.'v coiiuc.l wanttd to get^lid of the I'lain BMtOr, W Ii^ Ihe Mmnomittad a lika riwuvwIaMi thefranchise to lh^ llutt* t'.ty Wate.^company was rated, the M v\i^\t:t^^was never able to liuu out ttiara Were^men Im rs of tl.e old COlUaatI whose^attention was directed lo tins glaring^omission less than lis hour* btfora^they vo i d to award1 the loiitract to^the bight ^ bidder. Astlie ^ 1 t \t^ M.l^ pointed out when^the water quest 1011 first came up in^Unite, the i on tied ought to know w hat^size oI mains the bal.it ri propose to^put down, which ol the streets are to^be furnished with large iniins, what^portion ot the towu is to b lOVafad^and how the city und the company^stand tow aid MMk other ill the matter^of inlets trout the mams to the curbs,^llete liter endless trouble may at ;se on^this score il llutte has paved sheets. MR SHtHMAN M SStD iT. Theoutspoken eSpfMetM in favor^of free coinage that came front the^Ohio democrats is Hie man welcome^lor the reason that it follows the letter^which senator Miirinaii w rote and suit^out nine days ago. Whenit comes to any phase of the^currency question, Senator Sherman's^views havu weight with ni'ii ot lo'h^political parties, and he knows it. He^brought into line with goidita views the^rep ^^: a . convention which rectntly^nominated Major McKinley loi fOT- ernor.He believed that ha could even^sway the democratic convention; hence^the publication of Ins anti-silver letter^six days before Hie democrats of Ohio^were calhd upon to commit them^^selves. Thereis nothing new in the Sherman^letter it is a recital of the argument^which has been made against silver^from the start; il insists that free coin^^age would drive gold out of the coun^^try, that In the treatment of the metal^tins country must operate with other^nations, ami tlint last year's legislation,^far short of tree coinage lis it is, will^have to do -It is the utmost that re^^publicans call grant Iroin the stand^^point of policy, it Is even more, in the^judgment of Mr. Sherman, than the^parly ought to have yielded from the^standpoint of sound ImmM legisla^^tion. Mr.Sherman's effort to get a hearing^with the Ohio democrats failed. An^element in the Cleveland convention^was disposed to be guule 1 by the com^^ments which be cleverly put out ui a^time when he believed they would do^the most good, but in the end the Ohio^democrats stand by their own record^and by the record of their party in^congress. They cordially supported the^demand for the free coinage of silver. MO;fc~Of IT.^For a city which has spent one hun^^dred and nineteen days under the^shadow ol enforced idleness, there isn't^much comfort to he gathered from the^interview with Marcus l^aly, which^appears on the third page of the^si AMt.Min this morning. Ihe end is not yet in sight^the situ^^ation has not undergone any change,^and Mr. Daly evidently is not the^bearer of news relating to Hie resump^^tion of busincFH a*, the works in this^city or at the mines in llutte. This^will be a source of inoro llian usual^disappointment to persons in llutte^who have henUil the misleading an^^nouncements of some of ourcoiiteui|^i-^raries, whose pri diet ions of a speedy^resumption of trallie prove to bn en^^tirely without foundation. When,several weeks ago, the ar^^rangement fell through, under which a^speedy end to the shutdown was^anticipated, the Siam^m:i^ there^^after w arned those pet sous whom^the suspension concerns to pre^^pare tor a long pull. This little^town has made a plucky light thus far,^although it is coulesstd that every^business man mid, for that matter,^every resident in the city's tour wards^has been a sufferer, i he city is i.s^good as dead, business is practically at^Complete suspension, but the thrifty^community is making the liest of a^bad situation and the utmost prudence^controls ,u every household. Things^are bad enough; (hey in.ght be Worse -^possibly they will not be much worse. i'oa degree llutte shares this city's^disappointment, although in llutte the^prosperity of a large number ol strong^mining companies is an offset for the^suspension of the Anaconda proper^^ties, llutte is having a prosperous^year, thanks to the immensity of its^resources, ^ct the Silver City would^have welcomed the announcement of^a resumption of operations. That would^give impulse to its business and it^would lift the load that Anaconda^carries. Hut the days of trial are not^yet ended. ONECLAUSE OF IT.^It is not true in any sense -although^some of our contemporaries say it^that New York's law providing lor Ihe^execution of criminals by electrical^appliance is likely to be abolished.^The electricity plan was supported^iiotu the first by nearly all ol the news^^papers ol the Umpire state the law^itself went through the leglsl dure and^the c xc cut lVe ilia i n her without encoun^^tering opposit ion of any account, lie.^slstanee to the ixccutloti ol the hew^law has come trout rich companies^which dial in electrical supplies and^which, foolishly enough, have lelt that^I it would harm tin If business were the^deadly quality lu their machinery made^the subject ot cons ant illustration m^the Killing of criminals. Theattack now going on in the press^within New Yolk s'a'e and ou s da of^it, is aimed at otic lion i s-eiitial teature^ot the law. t he demand is that the^section of the law winch enjoins secret^executions be revokid. This will uu-^^ louhteiily be done. A I MMttdaWM^covering the point was baton the^recent session ol the legislature, but^the prolonged wrangle involving l.ien-^' tenant Governor Joma and Hie repute^loan senators left tliisnie:isureto;ctlu r^with mailv others neglected. Already,both at Auburn and at Sing^sing, the spirit as Wail as the le'.ter of^the law has been disregarded m all^that relates to s^ctccy. I he law says^that Hie press shall couliue itself to^the simple uiihotiticc'iit nt ot the fact^of an elecut ion. The luw - papeis have^made it a point to violate this injunc^^tion. They are light about it, and^next winter will undoubtedly find the^secrecy clause withdrawn. Meanw hile^the only new spapers w luc'i oppose ^ h e.^I mention appear to be those which^have steadfastly foin ht the death pen^ally however carried out. Thereis ;i utiinre 11II1111 of oriental in:i.--^n llanc ^ in the royal plate which was ,1^played in St. (Jeorgo** ball, in Loudon, on^the occasion of tin* aiatc banquet lo the^l.tnperor Willi.int. According to Ildiium 1^Yates, tin rc are two Mali ilium r ^ci vit e^^ one of gold atid ihe other of sttvai an^together they are valued nl about f$J, i^i .^oo'. W all nil her majesty pureha-e* a^dinner ^SffOiaa of American t^ti, ami il e^paltry |1^.(.^l.OOO will be doubled. Thepaaai or 1'. titoYlvu'iiu will re el^with plennote an interview pruitt-d by tl . PortlandCaapeasantaMfe a w, PelsiaaWr otM inlvilh , Pa^ ui which it was an^^nounced ih.it Ihe bank wrecker ajai^w-lulom republican candidate for govern, r^o! the Ki\\ Mote Mate, would pn .o tl th ^^mat day lit what i^ one ^^ I'mn.it..,' hif-Rcalchurches. Unfortunately, aj t*r^^Imps fortunately, for the cause cf Chris*^uaiioy the UitjoHinn now lakes It all^buck, ansi-rUny thai there are two 1). la^^in io r^ visiting in tbo cily, one the poli^^tician ami the other a clergyman, and^tli.it by some lamentable rror the re porn r^mixed them up. To which the OrryonUtn^oa. ^ the urofoundcat apology, the church,^the minister or the ex-luuk prenideut^would be an interoaiiiig und profitable^theme for a debating society. TheCampbells arc not coming in Ohio^this year. Thty are there alroady sod^will slay thtre. Thetxpert of the l'mholcd-hia IsM^claims as a result of testing the odor of^the ordinary chee^e of that at unity, that^the aaMftSM that Swi'zerluiid is KM years^old lulls far short of the aelual truth. Themovement to repeal New York's^rlectrnthauic luw might amount to some^^thing were it not boomed by I lie New^Y'ork Sun. Atraveler, narrating his ex|icr:ciicpa in^the Chicago 7Yi/^i^iir, relates this interest^^ing fuel: ^1 know three hotels in the^I nited States where feather hell* ore slill^used. '1 hey are located at Helena. Mont.,^llearilHlow n, 111., und Wooster, I llun. I^found tin-in in July und August, in the^hot, sultry days of the dog-star, when^sandflies and gadtlies abound.^ And yet^the newspapers of tint t^ nipor.ny capital^seriously assort that Helena is civilised. IfKmperor William is thinking of com^^ing to the L'nitcd States, as is reported, it^is to he hoped tin.I he will he ahie to con^^vince the immigration offlCCM that ho is^w orthy of being in it. Alliddleford. Me., in m claims to have^made the great discovery thai if you rub^your hands und face with smoked her^^ring, the odor will drive away ino-qui-^Iock, and lie wants Ids name placed oil^the roll of the belli factors of the human^race. It bus Is en suggested that when^the hen 11 g ( r jp is abort, iierhap* bun-^burger cheese will do quite as well. There^IS also reason to believe tbut the extract^of skunk would lie i tticacious. CUl.K.Nl COMMENT, Mill,He May M an Order. promthe Ni w York Tribune. QueenVictoria will nut decorate the^royal plumber tins year. VasSsSSSaol lluaat.^t'reiii tlx* WiiKlilDitlun Post. TheNew Y'ork papers are engaged in^roasting Warden ilrown. This is not^quite so bud us aroast by Warden llrowu. ARMaMM lor l-verytlituc. I'lnmthe \\ asllitl^titll Post. I'pto dale ili.ii widely udvertised Mexi-^cuii revolution bus fuilcd to revolve. lYr-^haps the leaders have lieen provided with olUce. Aflood Ileal ol Meat.^ySSSS the Kansas Cily Ktar. Therei* a good deal of meat in the^suggestion made by Sam Wood that God^should Is- spell with two ^oV and devil^without u ^d. theteeth of tbo appearance of an iron^manufacturer on the floor of councils^and hi* citation of tbo fuct that *moko^consumption ha* been iffictually applied^in one i f the rolling nulls in the city, it^takes rank as obstinate obstruction. One^ot tin defender* of imoke recognis.-d the^necessity of changing bis ground ao far^a* to say that the city has no right to^compel manufacturers to be economical.^Very true; but the city has the right lo^say thai the manufacturer* aball net^make their luck of economy un injury^and damage to tbo whole community.^This is tin- real question at issue, l.very-^one who has uaid tho slightest attention^to the sul j ct knows that the unoso in^^flicts an imniPttso damage on the com^^munity at large. Its material injury to^buddings, clothing, fabrics of all torts,^aoods m thn Mori s, anil books and pic^^tures, amounts to millions of dollars, lie-^yond that its damage, to eyesight and ila^bail i Hi el on health are incalculable in^dollars and cents. If there were no way^of carrying on industries without this^smoke it would have to be endured as u^necessary drawback to prosperity. Hut^when it hu* been proved ill Chicago, and^when that proof is enforced by practical^demonstrations in this city, that smoke^cau lie consumed, and on actual saving^of l.r^ pi r cent, i Heeled, it is hard to clas^^sify tl.e opposition to tho reform as any^^thing Bin tiiau opposition to clcuuliness^and improvement. JULYJOsHKS. 'Ilien I SMSM War. KromI he Mtuuc:t|totlii Tribuue, '1hi re is no contest ao bitter us that be^^tween coroners when a locoiuoiivu^crushes out the lifo of a man in one |^inly and hurls his remains into the ad^^joining county. cjnakrrl'f*j.sliiii*ni Kromthe lltiladi'lplilit Inquirer. Theresi cms to be a dosperuto effort on^tile part of some people to prove thut all^tin- ministers are heretics, ull tho poll-^m i.ins dishoni st and ull private eitiietis^fools. This accomplished, there will be^no room for communists. Ml|(litIP-liirn ill,- Monty. fromtin- IliiHtos Journal. tineof the heavy appropriations that^were made last year was $0,am,UU) f^r^di opening lialvestoii harbor. Il would^seem that propriety would dictate that^(ialvestoiiiaus slnaiM keep silent ah; tit^^republican extravagances. Ili I.soil ol i lie t'rvc. Kioiiithe KansasI'lt) Titiua. Alltie- foolish schemes ef nationalism^and all the propositions for creating hap^^piness by act* of congress are but evi^^dences that this is the laud of the free.^They demonstrate the prepotent |^crpetu-^ution of the Ih-sI quulity of the Anglo-^Saxon bis propensity to growl, agitate undlight. tthlrlishall ll lleT^Troiii II.e Omaha lice. Mintieapohsand Chicago uro sleepless^ill lhe:r enlerpr sc. Tiny are fociucii^worthy of I hnuha's steel. This city has a^lively tight on Us bunds for Ihe national^convention. It uei its trusty wcupons,^plenty of uiiuiiiinttion, u good picket line,^u heuvy reserve force and aggressive, uhle^gi iieralshio to carry it to victory. The^prlB* i* worth a contest, and we should^gi t into Ihe thick of the fray without hes^^itancy or fear ol defeat. CriPcmI see Mr. Man*forde adver^^tises that ^incessant applause^ greets his newplay. ManAbout Town^Ye*, the audience is^afraid that if it let* up a minute they'll^hear some of the lines.^AVie 1 ^;/. Tele^^gram. YoungFerguson^liow harshly and un^^ceremoniously Mi** llhni spoko to that^brother ef hers just now. YounglUnkinsou (srith bitter recollec^^tions of his lust interview Willi Mis* 111 hi )^^Y'es. He's her^her real brother, you^know.- Chicaiju Trtlnote. ltcporur-Got a good interview with^Kdiior Sn Asa of the .Squawkinahotik, N.y., Htmm Didyou over read 'The Corsican^Brothers.'Mrs. Uu l'onpie^^ asked tbo^young maii who was culling. No;what is it about^'' It'sabout a man who had a double^'' Oh.yes; liu ver pay any attention lo^these jokes about euciimlM ri and green^apples, you know.^^Washiinjttn i o*t. Tom-Have you asked llessio yet JnckY'e*. Tom^What did she say*.' Jack-That she would take vanilla. Mm1o,7. II, raid. Youwouldn't think that she has driven^three men to attempt suicide. 1would never have believed it. Yet^how oft-n the most inuoeciit-npnearing^woman is ut In art a cruel, remorseless^coquette, a destroyer^ Jhere you go again. Her (lining pro-^IK-nsities had nothing to do with it. The^men wero her neighbors while she was^taking vocul lessons.^/nrfiuau;^ubs Juttr-^Hat. Inm afraid I shall never be a good^Christian,^ sighed Striver. v\hy not^^ asked the minister. 1don't seem to make uny progress. Haveyou left undone those thing*^which you ought to have done and done^those things which you ought not to have^done'.^' Yes. Thenyou're all right. Yon area* good^a Christian as the rest of us.^^.Viae Vol:^1'ren*. Nomocapitalists pint mthroplc^Will Msa MhaV r. Isfaastl a topic Pur|H*al*lng ih s town Mysoon hiiiiging down^Thr price of heer to a point Bllrnwoplc. 1 ''ii'iMgo i'oais A FEW OF THE FAVOKED. i. \ ernor 'I o.,l^* iii M aslilngtoa. I'rointin- VaatsMfJasi Posi. 'idlehuntis- uu* and stalwart form id^Governor Toole a! Montunu moveo^llii-oiigh Willatd's hotel lohhy last n ght^until it collided w ith a Ptssl reporter. A^on ui lit later Governor Toole was com^^fortably settled in one of the big lounges^in tin* looby. Idon't know much about politics,^ he^Mini. ^The udmissiou of Montana as u^' state necessitated so many elections tint^the | eople are rather nr. dof them, and^| we (MM glad of a rest until tho presiih u-^it.il campaign com -s on. There is us yet^no prc^ deiitiul ihscusM.iti, nor have 1^, heardlli.it the Western states will..an.^lime ut the next nominating convention^to vi h ct a candidate from the Western^sect 'on. WillMolilalia ho a democratic slate'.' '^^She was always u democratic territory^and Mr. I arn r's elect.on was largely due^to the fuel that Ihe denim-racy was disor^^ganised. I think Mr. Dixon's election to^mngress w as largely a natural eve.it, SSM^whether Ms^ ill inocruts w ill repeat their^success in ls-ij 1 cannot say. 1 should^not he surprised, how ever, to see the stale^go democratic. JohnCaesar llouk, a sou of the late^Uepreseiitative llouk of Tennessee, will^be a candidate fur Ins father's seat in eon^gross. Mrs.Nancy Allison Frost, who lives^near Marietta, Ohio, is MJf year* old and^has lived in one house Ml yeurs, removing^to it from the ^block house^ in Marietta. AlexanderKankin, the Scotchman who^succeeded John Ilrown as Highland ser^^vant lo the queen, has obtained almost^us marked an intlueiice in the royal^household us llrowu |^ossessed. l'rof.John S uurl Hlaekie of Scotland^und l'rof. W. S. Tyler of Amherst col^lege have been teaching Greek for more^than ui years. And, what is more, th y^arc still pretty lively, though close* on so OliverWendell Holme.-,' bbrury in bis^lloHton home looks over the Charles^liver ami furnishes u superb view of the^distant spires und tow ns of Churlcslou^and Semerville. Just at sundown the^prospect is ideal. HonII. M. Key. judge of the United^Stales circuit court and postmaster gen-^erul under President Hayes, has been of^(Vrretl ami accepted the position of deau^of the luw school of the Grunt university.^The lender was made by Hishop Joyce,^the new chancellor ef the univeriily. CountTuufe, the Austrian prime mill^tster, i* almost us taciturn a man as^Grant was. He m spuruig of his words,mi^thai when he dm s speak in the chamber^be is listened lo with unusual interest. He^dresses most plainly, und in cool weather^i, usually wrapped uu in u gray oveicoat^w ith a gray slouch hat on his heud. Acablegram - ^ys that Haiti demands a^higher price than ever for her next, win^^ter's campaign 111 the Tinted Slates. She^wants $6,000 a night. There is a contest^between nhbey and M ir ui Mayer tor^possession of the diva. Mayer wants her^for conceits alotie.while AblH-y wants In r^for concerts and opera. It is understood^to be Abbey's object to give a series of^low-priced concerts in the Garden theater,^Now York. THE ItbUt in PITTSdUHtl smokeor K.i smoke i^ Still Iti^ Oiiro., n^He-re m In Some Oilier I'tarrs, Kiomthe Pittsburg Inspateli.^I Ti e main argument relied on by the op-^poncnte to unoke eoii.-iimi tiou is that u^will be all inq ositioii upon maliiifaetur-^ers. Til s wi n il In- very pertinent jf^^ . re wi ll found d, us I'ltlM urgh cannot^a (lord to abolish her mantifaettMtfi tat^ti e sake of getting rid of the Nsokas^lint w hen this arguinciit is pcrsislcd m q, KlbSilNGGOOD-BY. Akl*s lis Psik Mid a li.iekwaril look. Andher hesrt grew sii.tdenli lighter;^A trifle, veil say. to col. r a day. Vetthe null grat Hint tl sccinisl brighter.^Her hi-ait* sre sacn t li e I tesMsf laasa Ma\haiasii a look of ...aness:^A .in.nl, at: i thins raa aiafcs as sing, llllla down Will cheek ^ 111 glaillles^. Thei lus'ili st rsy stsSM SW way 1-i he hit e set e( km :lies.^And tin* ksriiesi st tig s.-me csrcless thing thst wasdiiiie ei a inuateal ol hi autt^ ss,^\\ e can hi svely (see ule in a heme u here strife \. lest Bold i ti iltseoti r,^llid Is' inter* slhl. ll lie nnlv Willi Though^' ut i s hi i.nt iU)s sn- over. Allsharp as iwi'M^ ^ -ti' the unkind W rds^i hat are far t^ J n l n e.i In g t,\li^ arses le-nul'iiealu ^ coflin lhl,^a uu tutier ti an sre fatiuic. Wet.lltl Would g.l' i.iit tile liVI 1 W. hie Toiitino our idle searaAaaj^Tl ell let ns SOt Miss 11 i' Sllliti and kill WhrBwe pun in tin Lglu of Btoralnz. Suiti'ritf^-i i-. ('iih'. L08EEX MAXWELL 110 MAIN STREET, KNKCONDK. DryGoods, Boots, Slioes ^AND* MEN'SFURNISHINGS. ANew Thing on Foot Itwould have tickled Athens to death, this ^New^Thing^ would. For the Athenian went about^in a decollete Shoe tied to his foot with^a corset lace, and the New Thing^we have on foot is our TheseShoes are Remarkable for Quality, Style^and Comfort, but their MOSTREMARKABLE FEETURF ISPRICE. It requires the combination of Low^Prices and high grade to do it, that is why^Our Shoes are Cheap. WHENCOLUMBUS FIRST DISCOVERED lAilD^WHAT OBJECT BURST UPON HIS VIEW.^WITH CLEAR IOU0 VOICE THE BOY REPLIES^CHICAGO AMD HENDKRSOM RED SCHOOL HOUSE MADEIH OUR DIXON. ILL^ FACTORY. WECARRY A FULL LINE OF LADIES',MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. ttTWe are also agents lor the celebrated RED^SCHOOL HOUSE SHOE lor Boys and Girls. LOSEE^ MAXWELL 110MAIN STREET, ANAC01IDA..