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THEANACONDA STANDARD. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST xa, 1891.
THEANACONDA STANDARD. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. PeJvrrcdby carrier or mail at ten ^1^ll^r^ a^} ear, Hire* dollar* a aJWM or nue^tlcllar a mould THESTHNDRHD Inlr.nl daily nerval*! Willi lelcarnph uU-^lutein* In I'eer Lotlne futility. II |Wlol^^mora irlrgiai'lilt'lieiv* limn :ui^ ntlicr^1.e. 1 !^;^:^; cr in Mnuiana CmirkpotiilcEccand buiiMM Utleri ^),ouU be^adi'iietM-tl to THESTANOAKJ Cornerot Mam and Tlilnl ilrecti, ammdiIj,^Montana. WKDNKSHaY.AUGUST 11, MM. SPtAKINGOF M-MORY Weconclude th^t. under ih^ recent^decision, the Ntankako mnjr say u^word now and then about wliut at R^^-^iiip on in court and keep out of con^^tempt it it avoid* disorderly behavior,^insolent lan^ua^c and conduct tending^to dmtiirb the priH'ecxIitiK.t. AH this^the stani^.\i:i^ will Meadfiistly en^^deavor to do. Tothe M \\l^\i:i^'^ mind there is^merit in the witncMi who uns en the^stand yesterday afternoon and who tes^^tified NgaWiMaf Kddy's skill in spelliiii^.^Tlimc whom the lmvn case interests^wi 1 recall the I act that Kldy is alleged^to mase had breaks with the words^^(five,^ ^whether^ and half a do/en^others. ],. M. sharp was ^ x minimi^yesterday altirnomi. lie said that^K Idy was terribly weak in s|ki1Iiiik.^^1 attended ipMtag scliool in Iowa^twelve years ano,^ said Mr. Sharp. ^I^remember that, at one time at spelling^school, a sentence was (riven out to^Kddy to hpell. 'Whir was the sentence;'^ inquired^the ex miming attorney. 1lie sentence was, (iive alms to the.^poor.' Howdid Kddy spell the sentenceV^^^lie s|h-!led the lirst word 'giiivi'.'^^It Kddy went so sadly wrong on this^word, what tort of a staler would he^have made at the second word in his^sentence^ Probably he never got as^far as ^alms,^ undoubtedly he went^straightway to the foot on ^gulvc^^We do not know how good a s| elh r^Mr. Sharp is, hut he's got a glorious^memory. Nowif only there could bo found^batk in Van MMM county some man^who MM to s|^elling sclio ^1 twelve^years ago and wiio remembers that one^night Eddy went broke on the tirst^word when the teacher Hashed at him:^^Whether it is belter to suffer the^^lings and nrrows of remorseless^1, nunc in Iowa or to rome to llut'e^^^If that fellow were to turn up, he^would be a valuable witness to have^about now. ilecause memory is a^mighty good thing in a court room or^outside of it. Apoor speller can get through this^world well enough, but wlnu is a man^without a memory ^ Memory is going^to In- of immense account to a good^many ot the people w ho are hovering^over the Davis lortuuc; by and by,^tin mory will recall to them 1 lie time^when they expected to get some of it.^'I here are mourning relatives of the^lamented millionaire, wearing weeds^to-day In patient i X|x ctation, who will^live to realize, after the suits are de^^cided and the lawyers paid, the full^weight ol the touching lines which tell^us thai Miniort Is li e i nh Men,I^'lllat grief c..n c.th it* own. SALVATIONNCWtL^PES. Theannouncement that Oeneral^1'oothis going toorgam/e a regiment of^S.ilvatiou Armv cavalry in Kuglaml, the^more readily and rapidly to pursue the^devil, is another rather startling inno^^vation in the work ot evangelization,^thie thousand soldiers are to go about^the country mounted, net it is true on^spirited charger^, nor even on those^more humble steeds of holy writ. antes,^but on those swill, noiseless, in idem^combinations ^^!' s'eel and rubber^known as bicycles. Theuse of a bicycle as a means of^grace has both its advantages and ills^advantages. The regulation oriiin will^have to be abandoned alli ge lur and^at lirst it stems to be impossible to^manipulate even the tambourine unless^the manipulator is at once both an ex^pi i t rider ami a finished performer^on the musical instrument referred to.^Then the question arn-i't as to what^c anse iIciicral llooth w ill pursue with^reli-rence to the i ipnptucul ol tilt' fe^^male soldier^. Will he advocate their^riding mun fashii n, oi will he turuish^them with bicycles, or wIII he exclude^them trom the regiment ol cavalry^entirely t Atfirs* thought any number of oli^stacles appears to be in the way ol^making the project a thorough success.^Vet General Tooth has had far inTv^aerious protih-ms to solve than any that^^rise in connection w i:li this new un^^dertaking, and Ins /.-ill fir the cause,^his ingenuity, his leriili'y m exp-di-^ents, w ill quickly suggest to htm reme^^dies lor any seem tig delects. Music il^instruments for instance Mai by no^means Idiscarded. In an upright^roil arising from the lerward pari of^the bicycle a mouth organ may Is- at^tactied at the proper height for s^ nice^At the top el ibe roil a^tambourine may be fastened in^such a MMM ihat til* rider^has only to hunt it with Ids forehead^after the lasluon set by intensely ex^^cited negro minstrels. The same prm^Ciple, we fancy, could le applied at^other parts of the bicycle so that the^soldier could get much good out of his^knees and elbows. There is practi callyno end to the music of a certain^kind possible of extraction under such conditions. Huteven if the cavalry la somewhat hHi)dieap|H'din the matter of hands^and banners, think for a moment ol^its distinct advantages over infantry^An able-bodied sinner, be he so in^^clined, can easily (lee away and escape^a body of foot soldieis. I'articularly^are the female Salvationists at a disad^^vantage when it conies to chasing tin^^ners down back streets, in and out of^alleys, across lots and out into the^country, 'i'l.t-ir spirit is willing but^their legs aren't built that way. Hut^mounted on a bicycle the soldier can^siinop s.lent ly and precipitately upon^the sons of Satan and come upnu them^unawares. If the wicked llee, the^man on the bicycle piirsueth,exhorting^the wicked meanwhile without ceasing^to repent and buy a War Cry. The^only I.ope remaining to the tinner is^that the pursuer will nllow his relig^^ious fervor to get the belter of his^physical dexterity and steer his ma^^chine so recklessly that he will be com^^pelled to take a sudden header into the^gutter, (iemral limith will have to^caution his soldier* against such con^^tingencies. Asa whole Hi^ project is a great one^and retl'cts additional credit upon the^sirs and quality of Mr. Booth's head. SiRMAT THfcW IN FRONT. AtMorris Park yesterday a Itiverside^colt covered himself with glory. In^the race for the famous .luuior Cham^^pion stakes, three-quarters of a mile,^sir Matthew won, with Kagoiiet a good^second. The Stamiahii's special tele^^gram says that the track was in fair^condition, that it was a fight at the^finish and that the youngster from the^Italy stable won by a neck. The excel^^lent time for the race was l:i:i'j. The^winner is a t wo year-old. Thisrace is one of the secies of Mon^^mouth PiMll races transferred to West^^chester. It has been much talked about,^but the sporting journals and the turf^wiseacres had not slated sir Mitthew^for a victory in it. The horse win sired^by Sir Modred, dam Kmbroidery, and^it has been the fashion of late to assert^that the Sir Modred stock doesn't warm^unto the light. With many people^Merry Monarch was a favorite for yes-^terday'siill'.iir.wliile D.igouet had plenty^of backers. Coming lirst under the wire^in this contest, Sir Matthew showed^his heels to these, as well as to Strath-^meath, the winner of the American^Derby, and to I'otouiae, fresh from the^honors of the realiz. it ion. SirMatthew has developed admir^^ably with the season's work. He ran^for the Juvenile stakes early in the^season but was fourth. He tried for^tho (ireat Kclipse stakes at Morris^I'ark but hu was back in the ruck, and^that race was taken by Tammany, his^stable companion. At Jerome I'ark,^on Thursday of last week, he won the^valuable ('anion stakes in a canter.^The Duly stable was t xpectiug a good^showing from linn yesterday. SirMatthew made more money yes^^terday than some of the attorneys will^get out of the Davis contest. Last^year the Junior Champion stakes^were worth *-JI I'Jtl to the winner. This^year, with money to second and third^places, the amount i f the purse to the^winner is about Ml/Ml HtVSARONG AGAIN.^Talking to friends in London about^political ufTairs in (lie I'nited States,^Mr. Depew lias said tlint the republi^^cans intend to keep up the force bill^as an issue In politics. That issue is^dead, and it was given a hurried burial^with the assistance of men in the party^which is responsible for Its invention.^We do not remember that any republi^^can state convention held during the^current year has dared to suggest its^resurrection. It is a measure so odious^that the MM element in the republican^party was glad to put it out of sight^and out of minion'. If the force bill^could have gained for itself a reputa^tion for decency, it Would have become^law ^tie republicans ha I a dear ma^^jority in senate and house, it was a^strict par y measure, and Pi i si lent^Harrison was prepared to sign it. The^truth is that, on relic .'tion, the republi^^can nnjonly did not dare to pas-. (Ids^bill. Wi e i he predicts the revival of^the issue Mr. Depew is as badly mis^^taken as he was in the summer id Issh^when In- went to Chicago under the^delusion that the New York delegation^was boiie.-tly in favor of hmi for nresi-^dent and when he fancied that the con^vention was going to nominate him. HISROOM S ON Themembers ot the republican^clubs who lately heal a big rally in^Syracuse, X. V., went wild over the^name of I'.l.ime. If the story told by^some of the newspapers is true, a little^incident rel it in if to a per rait of the^premier helpc I to fan the ll lines of en^^thusiasm, lids story is that durim^^the noon recess, some of the,officers ot^the meetiirj quietly removed from the^platform a portrait of Kiaino which^had been placed there MfMM the dele^^gates assembled. When the time for^tho afternoon session ,i| proached.^everybody was inquiring, ^Where's^Maine's p.dure!*^ A doien deb-gates^hunted around until they found it^and, with shouts and rejoicing, it was^restored to its place. Thisstory is told by the Xew Vork^H^ ^ i. which certainly sh mid lit ac^^cepted us pretty go^ d authority and^that newspaper adds: ^The next strug-^g e came when the name of the James^C. Blame clubof New Vmk was called.^That name sent the whole convention^otT in a wild storm of enthusiasm.^11:itn and liNnkcrcliiefs were waiving^all over the big io hp, men chei red and^shouted and sto h1 up in their Beats and^cheered again. The wave of enthusiasm^f abided lor an instant and then MrM I^b.ick with a strength that ^!.o.^k the roof,again and again. After quiet had^been restored, an enthusiastic delegate,^a white-haired and white whiskered^gen lenian from Wayne county, sprang^into the aisle, and waving h.s hat^above Ins head called for three cheers^fur Hlaine, and again the entire gath^^ering broke loota. Thesituation at this time is strik^^ingly like what it was not so many^yeara ago when the republicans wanted^Maine awfully but the party's national^convention, in spite of manliest popu^^lar enthusiasm, refused to nominate^him. CURRENTCOMMENT. WhereIturuUr* friar to Trend. Krumthe c lueag ^ I'.isl. INrtMMpMMMare aaid tncarrr around^f'J.WJO.iix) worth of sold in their teeth.^Doubtless they think it is aafer there^than in tho Iwnka of that town. Thry'rabrmacriK mi Heart. Fromflu' Cleveland Plain Healer. Anexchange says lhat Senators Jones,^Stewart, Teller and Woleott will not be^invited to help the republicans ^.ui in^Ohio this campaign. If the republicans^don't invito Ihem the democrats might^do ^^^, as they are sound ou the money^question. 1**1n tee* u^.^^ a i^i uwback. Fromthe Pittsburg l)i^|iatcti. Notwith-uaiidiiigthe terrors of electro^^cution New York city ban a murder or^two nearly every day. It i* possible that^I he ex i oris have been too euccu.eflll in^their endeavors to convince people that^electrocution ia entirely painless and^death is robbed of its terror*. Hinplo-il Jut ileluw the Uarlsoa. Fromthe si Louis Post-Dispatch. IfCampbell succeeds in Ohio, in aoite^of the machinations of the Hew York^democrats who wish to hear ot bis defeat,^the aehi^ veinent will be apt to put hint^far ahead of any Now York man, and^thenceforward the elates most likely to^furnish the democratic candidates will^bcOllic, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Iow^# .unfurl Not Ml Object.^From Hie 1'ittsburg Dispatch. Inlloston lawyers and doctors arc dis^^cussing the question of adoptingelcctrc-^cutioli instead of liutigilw ill Massachu^^setts. A New York genius eugreats an^injection of pruasie ucid while the victim^is asleep. There are plenty of ways of^killing u man, but there is hardlyu possi^^bility that any will suit the victim. Tho^chief r^ qutsite of tile method should bo^its surety rather than it^ comfort. Tile1'ef-rrlaluty of It.^From the MUl Kxpress, ANew Vork man was electrocuted on^Tuesday night by a shock from a email^motor used to revolve tho cooling fans ill^a saloon. Tho wire which he touched^csrrieil only 40^ volts. It has lietn con^^tended that fiO!) volts was tho weakeat cur^^rent winch could kill a man. Death by^lighter shock shows that nothing is cer^^tain about electricity. Some men will^withstand ti.OOO volts. Others die from^I K). Electricity ie a sure means of death^only when the current is applied long^i noujll to roast the body. AOintemporary iia u Ittoulalecent Meoat FromHie Mart ford Couraat. Anybodywho has passed by a storage^house, for rxtmple, on a dark night and^had a iiuge, iiniiiuss'ed mastiff hound out^at him, venting deop-nioulhod sounds and^giving every indication of a lust for your^particular gore, anybody who hat experi^^enced this ami felt tho t xqtiisito discom^^fort of wondering ^h -thcr mat dog meant^business or not, will appreciate, in ima^^gination, a slate of tilings when muzzles^arc tlie rule and the law. of course, in^most cases tho mastiff was only fooling^and Ins master will blandly toll you so-^after it is all over. Hut oh I how you luivo^lived and suffered ^ that three in unites^of uncertainty ami gloom. A(Ireat MtJJfSSfSafSBSJ I eat.^From the I'otUviUe, I'a. liironlale. Thegreatest engineering feat in the^history of anthracite coal mining in^Pennsylvania is atiout to begin. It is the^commencement of what will lie known as^the Jedilo tunnel, which will be ilriven^for the purpose of i.raining the^ft .'.nil d mines of Jeddo and^ll.irleigh. It will be constructed^from Uutler valley to tho bottom of liier-^vade mammoth vein, a distutice of three^Hides, through solid rock, to lie eight feet^quint' in the clear. John Markle, who is^to I mi | r anient of the company, con-^ceived th^- idea. It will open an inex^^haustible supply of coal, anil furnish^employ no lit for thousands of people for^many sears to come. Illt'sse V.io tBt In. Fromtin- I'tiftalo K\|iresa. AniMi'.l.oriiy on the beet way to keep^from drowning if you full ill SBe water^ami cun't swun says: ''Tread water^Tho operation is just like running up^stairs, and about us difficult. It is per^^il etly natural for annuals to swim. Throw^u dog into the water and ut once lie be^^gins in walk ti e same as win n out of tie^water. \\ h\ should a man, woman or^^MM do differently under like circum^^stances'.*'' i he principal reason whv pen.^pie drown is that when they fall m the^water they gel frightened and don't know^what to do. If instead of cautioning^their email eons ' n u to fall la tto^^Mter,^ mothers would tell them that if^ihey fall in they must In eure to get rut^ugnin, it would b - a go d thing. Tl.e^at, rage iii iii or woman is t.iurbt from^infancy to bo cowj.rdly and lose self p b-^ecuioti In an emergency. atrump turned, Schuyler Colfax burst^Into the room, without stopping to rap at^Ilia door, and announced: ^Come,come,^Hamlin, this ia no place for y^ u. You're^nominuu-d for vice prc.uleui, and must^come and make a apeecli. 'SoI went over to the ball and made^them a little talk,^ Mr. Hamlin used to^add, pathct cally, ^but it spoiled the very^best lone hand I ever had. PEOPLL YOU'VE heard ABOUT. AParis item says that ^tho novelist,^Saltus. promenades the boulevard* da'ly,^a aid. forlorn llgure, arrayed in bluck. Mrs.Fremont and her daughters are^Dow in |^oa*cBsion of tho bouse thai was^prescind In them by a committee of Lo*^Aug' I. - holies. It is a pretty and com^^fortable cottage, and cost, with the lot on^which it elands, $5ITX). Awomrthe manuscripts left bv ilia late^Count von Moltke, Prof. Felix Dahn, bis^biographer, has found a ^Confession of^Faith.'' iiie great marshal affirms bis^belief in God and a fuiurc life. The ^Con^^fession^ will be published among the owier^Works. Mis*Cora V. Diehl was elected register^of deeds in Logan county, Oklahoma.^Her opponents carried the case into the^courts. The choice of tho people was^sustained und now the pretty alliance^g.rl takes tl.e oflico and a large section of^accruid salury. .Sweetchampagne has been distinctively^a lady's wine, and so il is interesting to^know that the German emrs ror drinks it^in preference to dry champagne. a tip^^ple that suits a bold war lord ought to be^strong enough for the dudes who have^hitherto devoted themselves to vin sec. M.Waddington, tho French ambassa^^dor to the court of St. James, has the big^^gest plum in the diplomatic pie, bis sal^^ary MMa idO.OJU. And yet tuero is rea^^son to believe that if he had only his sal^^ary to live upon ho would soon bo forced^to retire, for the ornate eplendor of tho^receptions given at the tmbaa'y mote^than absorbs his princely allowance. JusticeField and Mr*. Field are^up in tho While mountains. The judge^is u terrific pedestrian, and his legs arc^absolutely tireless, as many a rash man^who bus volunteered to accompany him^on his excursions can attest. IJe has^climbed about every peak of note, but is^so in love with tin-stoned bills that lie^does nut care to spend bis vacations else^^where. Col.Tourtellottc, who was buried^at 1.a Crosse, Wis., a few days ago, was^the commander at Altoona, Ga., to whom^Sic rman first sent the instructions to^^hold the fort.^ Later, when tjeneral^Corse took charge and the fort wne at^^tacked, Tourtellottc, as woll as Coree,^was wounded. Wisconsin feels that her^sou dt serves a large share of the credit^of thai fumotis me.dent. HAMLINAN i ^ LINCOLN. Their First Meeting ue the Hey After^i In ii KaniliiHtlon lu I ISO Fromthe ( lucaini Herald liutiiilbalHamlin never met Mrilum^Lincoln until ihe day after their aeSMSMS^lion ill May. lstsi. The introduction t.,0k^place m the old 1 rt mom lions,. i^^-ago, and from the beginning the no^candidate* seemed mutually preposeceeesj^with each other, a feeling winch d^ vel-^SSktS] afterward into a p ^ifoiiml friend^^ship, unshaken even by iii^ political ea-^ntclicit s 'hat made Andrew J..I.neon^1.Hindu's choice ae running mate when^ne made hie second campaign, Mr.^t i am 11 il used to tell with a ureal ileal of^gtjaa the manner of his receiving the aewa^of hie nomination. He was e.tiing m ^n^^of liie MMM of th^ ^dd IMjHM ploying^i uclire with n parly oi politician-. .Sud-^^ |. nly the noise of many feet wa* heard in^the corridor a ithoiit. Such t'Vciiu were^not unusual in a hotel filled w t.h dele^^gates, so the game wae not inn rruptcd.^Hut Just a* a th ai hud been fltushed and FROLICSOMEFANCItS. Doyou want u line bear story^^ in^quired a socicly young man of the man^^aging editor. Urn^uiu,^ hesitated the boss, ^what is^it^ Someihing about dccollette gowns^''^^Itrtruit Five I'rrss, Fader,vot makes Mr. ltobinson so^ragited vonce^'' Hefailed mil bis business. ButMr. Epstein failed twice and he^has diamonds. Dotman Robinson vas von of dem ig-^sorant feller* vat doesn't know how to^fail.^^Brooklyn Eayle. Andyour aunt didn't leave you any^^thing after all^ Nota cent. She overheard me call her^aa old cat a short time before her death. Hoivdid she leavo her money^ Sheleft it to found on institution for^the care of homeless cats.^^.Vriu York^I MM Tfeoushdreised in our tnthlnit suits siwsy*, we uever C.ctwet: Ifyou tee us tint once you will love ui forever^You lie: t Wet. .uiu ir ii ml frohe hi o Uutler our curls^Aed tocp Maes laraiaa lu r ^pinions aMna^We re ilu* ^ii u:i si Is'vy ol summer time ^urls^lata yet. -.Vicr^ MM^i^Afterall,^ soliletiu.sed the good woman^of tlie h use, as she looked ihn u_-h her^costly array of souvenir spoons before^putting tin m away for the night, ^docs it^eny to colli cl them ^ Itdoes,^ softly * Inspi red the burglar^to inmstif us be enme out of hi* biding^place shortly afterward and bagged the^entire collection.^CSieie/o Tribunt. Whatis nil the noise^ 'asked Mist^Sdensweet's father. Iwas just trying a new song,^ she^sai I, poimugly. Don'th t me disturb you,my daughter.^I am a lawyer and I honor the instinct^which leads you to try y .iir songs belore^you exe ute thoin.''^ll'ii-/iiai/fo/i MM UridgctThey say, mum. that tho lady^that l.v-d in thes ^ roomi last was^insane Lady(MM moving la) ^I can woll be^^lieve it. Sh ^ lefi tin II tt clean b.'hiud^her.^.Veic York IVr*^. AliHoil.iek from a window ftew Amitin '- s torn t al clean lu two. FaIi manth it iia I nsis up ill - sluin ,tliI s ui Ihe echo i..ick SIMIII; 1he ^liiit'slla Has III l el) set rTSSSa sola lulu a Sast, l.innw, .It '. flu teffe, ~fhaH' was* Jim. Wii.I.-1 Ml in the villate, lp lo ev. i t el -ss 1 iark.^Hupp* at .i rhaiic la pi la-ie Me*o astaaes In tin dark,^secil a tai nnl mischief breeder, forin i rcf| wickid w i in^I m jour haliit msiu l lie leatler ili.it' w is Jim. liew.is HtM Hi ' mi^ IK tSSSS tor tl i ^ll \n uilleei s.^An' Hi'' nnu an' ti e til Milium'* II' III p '11 lotlc rlitsjsr*^Ma .^^ u^ hitli t'\e lenient .mi ce, tlr, Fly.uie'd men, si ,id and pi on.^Ami i.tntHiK the . us. to answer Matws* Jim. lineils^ when the s'iner'l w.inletl^\ aluoleei sto, ti u t e a pintss Wasrsihe rebel lawa*** MaMM lni|Mideielyin our face.^Heemisl -^s li.oin;li the e.ianon'* Isjllcrs^1 ad lOSi.el.s Hess f.ii 11 III. Itiiunions t' e loifinotl led, is ^^I Mr *^s .1 m. II,iwwe eiit i i nl ,m at the startln'^iltithal fe-ut it charge Ih'-i in.ul-.^For ii eet'Sieii i ..it tit-ash sin saruu Inthat f art'.I .urn llseade.^Huts' the sinje.. i / up a showln'^I bi in ss usiin- Ii.I tin v thin', Anstit. 'l a^ 1:1 uitolu^fhar' * t^ J mi. li.lthai' NiI im^I aek as i ias* at^p int ioikI For^ Hi '^li ad. win. iInn' w.i wii. m jest a MstsM*,^tsHiUt Mve essaasM in m men;^si i-'iii ^l .i lu w.lu' ueiiioii^' t^n a ll^l^ |n'u. itlieu lerxf i fnaael h ni,^. ..i s*asf aa g iat, i I iiieii a.i ar 'Uinl i: lu Jim. Ii it i .1 S' Iii ID f 1 leck m. sorter; Metllitn lust iiasWSBfSN nulll^^|/n.I. h t w-.t-ii ^ thai smriii a ^lent, i Wieu I w. ^l lor lir Wi it. t^Vtlelil In.i 'I mi ^ iff a pleatllll' VPlo e ne mid l.s,k St I mi.^I.yin' In bi i at* s h i tl a* - Tlu.'^*^ j.in. il i^. J^^^ '^ ^ ran font L08EEX MAXWELL 110 MAIN STREET, RNrTCONDH DryGoods, Boots, Shoes HND MEN'SFURNISHINGS. HHUE- 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 toot with^a corset lace, and the New Thing^we have on loot is our MEN'S SHOE. TheseShoes are Remarkable tor Quality, Style^and Com tort, but their MOSTREMARKABLE FEETURE ISPRICE. It requires the combination of Low^Prices and high grade to do it, that is why^Our Shoes are Cheap. WHENCOLUMBUS FIRST DISCOVERED LAND^WHAT OBJECT BURST UPON MIS VIEW.^WITH CLEAR 10UD VOICE THE BOY REfUES^CHICAGO *^^ HEHOEWSOHS RED SCHOOL M0U5E WECARRY A FULL LINE OF LADIES',HISSES' AMD CHILDREN'S SHOES. rj*Weare also agents tor the celebrated RED^SCHOOL HOUSE SHOE tor Boys and Girls. LOSEE^ MAXWELL 110MAIN STREET, ANACONDA