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mOUAC THM -VW -MU-OLO.
Sotl-to ew o alr s sr . -
Se the wem iaat the ~ms
Thae wesneadm Jo* oed umin b the
reek s-- w n onGs WI do"
Prose iasan lmawm eatestism is the
hat It Is ea s s va efage slsesa the
.std t-e-r m.el d trdttad beow aSt. Is
SralI NOlad Ros., 1vw £Islnsrm, daer
as.lbeu. trels, i thie Moor Is ..ei Mrd
heat er a we tre.d iad t2:1. asd te
whboe tastilr weid looked upeon is as
oe h the tar psrn leM until the eillfr.
The t in was Mo new is to 2:sva was
a rlearlin Now. . UllUri, ilan Frlitncco
Cao s-e reotted aHiinst tiO.M ad oltartisd
a record of 2:43. Now. 14 ale trusted
eagsi At her owal record sad reduced it to
St b. T ws woas *te uclampion record at
that &agead remalined o until the ill-fatesl
Norlaine. in Willii, duel d is to 2:..~U
Norlaine was ly Novrvlt l, i lan Elail e.
ftwoyear-old HiMndt iise ol ly started
once. At Laxinaruay. Ky.. also satnet Firatl,
Wil kes e Ellry Dlawin. Lissie .i lika.
Lexiagtoso Wiluukes au Wtrathuiand. Thrl
irAt heat was wonr IM Fug se- ise 2:M. rthe
Californan wiKti., g t be sext two lluat
in 3ad alul 2:.d dim l1an3 she agtalin
croted tdhe usmnuatain. making lwr dt-but
forthe seasso at C'hciakgo oin July: . Ina
that rae she nwmet Elvira arnd Fuigmue aid
defeated them in 2:31 . 2:2t and 2:a3tH.
At (Cynthalns Ky.. ai * again dlfeted
Fugue in tUe a w tisam of 2:.ti, 2:4a% and
t:Mf. Oil August 20, at Leximagtom Ky..
bae took Fugue, LiUsi Wilkes and kariy
Dawn inLta camp in 2=18 2:-3)j and 2:2&L
At Hartfrwel. Conn.. ne4k 4ktober 3. shea re
duced her recorel to a:n. ad at IAling
ton, Ky., October 10. she nmet Wilkes
B said Fugue sned distanced themn both
in the third heat. The tine was 2:M%.
:SM and 9:19%.
The measan of 1MS developed an three
lear-old record breaker but in 18l the In
amo Patr eane to to the roat and tied
the reord t Hind. Rose. Patro.. by
Paneoust, dea Beatrise, bt Curler, made
his bow to the pubk* as a twoyearold at
.tsesd, Ont, where, driven by Cope
.lamon, he made ar reed 2: y, de
S-edes and diatanslag Josh Dillwug and
Genral Scott. In h ee m t. ea Octo
bher, at St. Louis Maamaita Sllveronae,
er. Thi was a graad d and resulted
ina r eat lg~t Manamitn won the first
and nsecnd bea in 2:1BM and 3:D$%, and
Siiveroase won the ftorth heat in
3tMJ. Patron winnin. the third, fifth and
aslblteat in ldB. :t~I and 1:3Z*. At
on Oid. 1 s mest nilveroe
ad mnLd anrd reeled aff the rane in
- -04 s 3S and 2:19t. The three-year
old mnors were now divided and so me
maimed till I8,7. when Sable Wilkes, ba
Guy Wilkes. dam, ahle, to The Moor,
eat the rseed downa t So t. eptember
Slthee made his Blrs apearauemb and
ti a tr e.rerold elmss at San FrrmeiLco
he defeated oudan in d, 2:9 and
¶ d . 8pemher 1d he ea ed th
her 15, at mnentao, he won agin
in 2= a1 22 and 2~ Se aptember
St he walked over in 2: . At Sasu
Ferancisco, -tubeer ^S he tnoted against
2:193 and defeated it in 2:18. That record
remained undisturbed till the present
season, when it ha.e forever been put in
the shade. Aztell began early to chip off
the secasds, and he never ustoppel until
be had placed the fa utas mark of 2:12
against bll name. He thuis hlds dual
honors as the three-year-old chanspon
and the stallion king. (lose upon his
heels and once passing hllm came SNunol.
the fatowrn filly. whkh, as a two-year-old,
trotted in 2:18. and now has a tlh.e-year
ald record of 2:183, while below 2.J2D we
have Lillian Wilkes. 2:17%; Alkerton,
2:1834, and Margaret S. 2:193.
From the Lprat of the Traes.
Fred Taral, the Jockey, has severed his
connc-tion with the Beverwyck stable.
Tarsl hae hbern in I ampheil's employ for
the past two years. slad has ridden earn.
very clever races diuring that timn. ('amp
bell sayr the trouble with Taral was one
of ilcreasigr weight. The ysuh man is
of gaood constitution and incllnedto insh,
and several tines be hass been unable to
aake aht for races which the stable
it had an excellent chance of
John Campbell, the k trainer,
offered Bases, the jocke.yiO for his
services next meason, but the little joekay
refused to 1gan. Barnes has had more
offers than any oae in the profession.
Senator Hearst and Mr. .cott both ae
,aid to have wanted him, buet he has acted
verl coy with every one who made any
advances, and it became comumon gossip
that he was "hnldinr out for the best
offer." Banes tas te repuetation of be
ing the baet lit-weht in the
and in the opiniono mayb isb fulr gv
pounds beutter than an d his eotmpn.
arias. (Certunly b he ss wonderfl
teune or a roung.tar. and seems to
able to tiae his nish with a judgmsent
that would do creadlit to Taom Cannoe or
a. beast in any country.
The retirement of Mr. A. . (Casatt
eomes rather unexpectedly upon "the
faithful" "and there are many pemssimsts
who claims tlhat t forvshadows the grad
ual retirement of all the real sportnmen
who view the undue extension of the
season, and the fact that racing is beoom
hg too much of a business, with anything
Hamilton's engagement with Mr. Bel
mont. which was dim-redited as "mere ru
mor" when first announced, turns xout to
be an absolute fact. As was stated a few
weeks since, we had heard enough to
know that Garrison would not continue to
wear the maroon Jacket of the Nursery
and had beard that Mr. Belmont seriou
considered the advisability of engaging an
BEnlish Jockey. Hamilton'* enrernt
is mu better as an Enih rd, how
ever good. cannot learn thetye o race
ridinw here until be bha been several
monta in the countrr. it differing so es
entiall from that of "te mothr coun
ry." Hamilton is much the best of the
coloed cey o today. He is ecoo, pa
tlent and darlng at tlmes to the Vege of
eckirseess as be showed when he rode
over the Twin (Cty field on Exile n Lake
laad'* blaek acket.
Wilam Hayward, the Jockey, will, we
hear ride for Senator Hearst next season.
We do not know that it is denitely eet.
ded. but we have heard that Matt Alle.
who traine the e stable , has nego
liated for his .ervices since his Joekey.
Hamilton, signed with Mr. Belmont. The
retirement of Mr. Casatt leae Hayward
without an engagement. He ould ri
as a sort of free lance and ecure all the
practice be would need, but Hayward is a
most conservative man. He prefers a
stable engagement. It is wholly oppcred
to hisn teermnt to laht for his posi
tion. He les the security of position, i
rather old-fashioned. and has no "valet;"
be carries own traps about and is always
around when his stable's bore is running
and whether be is riding or not deems It
his duty to be present and asist in mak
L.g the borse's toilet.
El Rio Rey whose death has been re
ported and his obituary actually written
durlnit the week. is. at the hour of going
to prees, better than be has been at any
time during the week. although be is not
outt of daer. The colt developed a slight
old week a which became acute in
Illthe -mI mm-I relml d a Ll l M
-- w1ns as - w-v-- b -- - i
t Wl, hs fatemint wm im .
way. t rrld l=. = rnCa
resovwer, tim I a eNa pMitaaltft hi.M
wiad helag Uitmrened fI .dhr ia mos a
The rwesowLed Emtiah rre ho.a.O-r.
mo"d. fS Luadlo for B a Ar on1a
reporutd to ohav beemn i pl d odi
tions whe s S ai l Bete Hall. in (ir C tr,
for lit South Asmerlian homt. whe~e. hi.
o to found a straUu which, should th.r
brit bis ualli, will btrig about a
iin-Anericnan teurf m maac to estalish a
fr9wr tra ot erelet, as siall
are ro he Iared front tl kind now lorupetr
tilere. We are aware of Ilw fat thart th
Duske of Vestaniiaster in sid to leavedid od
VuW"" ho .I W IN Eato iln lal inlto
Srioinemd* iaue- tl. hlorse was " L lrr."
sand tl ouim of a mlanr wlhb rkaroul. In
.alllialidl tlHr- is a >r j..il «,'.. whiichi is
growigii, wiirlh is avrll tol rioare.i ai
inires. Ia the heavy atincs|l l. of that
counitry tisI-h may Ie mawtllhiiig in tli.
elkef. Butt herO iln North Aniiric.l ull iis
South. Anterloa both of which aml e ito st
amrietal the air ris inirr leair anid rarixitd
and the tend'ency to roaring is r.latively
p0rie We A wtlaIm t Ihat thhre was not oSie
iroarer hereto fifty in Englandl al n in the
more even teuiper.ul~re~ or. f Soot A iaerica
we are told roarers are tnknown.
( Iih of the senwiatimon of t1e KXllagl
racirsl eason Ias hben furnlmi*ad by tie
aplr.rawnt. of the Australian-lredl race
horns RHninmater and the uneixptted
illgh folu ie has shown. It is the first
venture of takingl a ra(e horse fruHI AuI
tralia to Englland. and althioufb it uhas not
beetn attendedl by quite as sure%.mful re
sultsa a attended the *fforts of the Anseri
can-bred buorse Parolo, Iroquois. Fo-ball.
Wallenstein. Don Fulai. etc.. it iha been
of a Clharacter to encourage the Austra
lians toU further efforts, especially as Hint -
mauter didl not rank as a topmawyer a
honw. Yet he I.ta won the Bille.lon
hadllicap, 114 Ihml. PonteftrAt Sprinl
handicap, 100 lh.; Gsrt NortherU hand
cap. 10 tlhM.. etc,, and was second to Kin
Mouasnouth In the GreOt Eher handicap.
OPENED JULY 1. 1859.
,,h* of tl. halbruamst alad mlt ele.all y ap
p.au.lrt labeles th UMoted aates. Thoroughly
frM..pruf. and rovtided with elevators. electric
bells, Ore alarms, r . uaLa waler, baet. Iteam
hleat, open Lre plaes sad all modern eomves
lences. Mool ou s ite uad miLmle. Oslmae aad
rrvlae icrtly alrldass. Males aro.
$3.50 per Day Upwards.
areord.ags a to .. a ehar room
DUL. HAMBK UOM. M.aager.
S17V. BE R.
The Estes & Connell
Larest .I hat Amrtmet of Lumlbr
ker Lede Caty.
LATH. SBINOLR. WINDOWSI AND MOULD
INO4S ALWAYS IN STOCK.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
WOOS £ P OOAL ALWAYS W EVOOK.
Warm Spring Livery Stable.
Te rVaM W ýAsidl New a"e
LANDAUS. BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
SNA &AW adA-od
-mb oaw stat..
CHAS. W. PIRNCH. Propreltor.
rLast usre Wa of Maim, AmYends. Moat.
NOTICE OF SALI OF BONDS.
By order of tb CMy Caouell of th city of An
aoo&da. tiere will be mid at public autiUon to
(he hik and best bidder for ash. .rA lai
emo rty bomod of mid eity. In dentomiatikes
of M la. I froea of the First National
FBank bu"ldin A IAm co on Wednesday. the
oJUl d M of ammber.A. i. ta-, t hr hour ot
So'celk P. M. aid bonds were authorized by
a vate a the quaUlld etletors of said city at a
ge~ mral*mt bd for maid purpose oo the loE
day of Ottober. In. Hid boonds are issued for
swerag purpows. ae re edemable in ten and
pyablein to enty years. They bear inteT-It at
rr cent per anuai. payable am,-mnnnally on
twb. Ir dar s J amr and July at Anarsld
or a NW Torl e.ty. NM a ot lbe wold fur
le Isam pta. . t. a RMAN. City Clerk.
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
Contractors and Builders.
Estimates Furnished on all Classes of Work.
Some of the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda
Have Been Built by this Firm.
tJ I l- keo. fJrdb at. I. . U. i"s latrdw . arwe will e.ei4v pemmpS auMstls.
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
ANACONDA. - - - -- MONTANA.
J. L. I-I R 71 ILTO NI.
Wholewal. and srtall dealkr in
Staple and Fancy Groceries and Provisions.
Good wd. and low pkrims.
SPWCIIL IrTITN'IONT TO l29PMIL.Y TRRD -
Maie Street Amsaoeta - - - - Opposite Opera Huse.
I. F. ICIRB. Y. s.cMA.,,
Announces the arrival of Two Car Loads of
Heatirg and Gook Stores
FOR -WOOD AND COAL.
Come and see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown in this
market. Don't forget to come.
MAIN ST., - - - - ANACONDA.
B. F. MAHAN,
ROR L OSTRTOe MINING BROKER.
And Coll.etnlg ALent.
wIlmt St .N Wear Mai. . - - - - Amamiedr, Most.
ANACONDA BREWlING COAIPAiNY
KE.G ND BOTTrLED BEER.
STEIGKR i VAUL, Proprietor. Beewey at West nd Fourth Street.
- ~RSK OPR RNRCONDR[ BEER
J. A. HASLEY.
Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter.
SANITARY PLUMBING AND HOUSE DRAINAGE A SPECIALTY.
Mr. Hasley has done some of the finest plumbing work in Montana. lie
did the work in The Montana hotel, Analonda, W. A. ('lark's raidenct. Ilutte,
Florence Hotel, Missoula, and in many other tine public and private buildings
throughout the state.
Parties haling plumbing to do should not fail to get terms, etc.. from
J. R. H SLE.Y,
Box rW), Anaconda, Montana.
*-RE7L ESTATE FOR SRLGi
,4.--D Y---- wm
NICHOLS, HELEHANE & CO.,
62 East Broadway, Butte, Montana.
A ew 4-ream bhose and lot sear N. P. depot A bargain ta b utbldliag t sie.
M .A barber bshp ia a rgod bkweUa with Lm
Two ebolse ooteage bor.. Io Soth ate, as year's Mme a.t aS. per mUth. Sage.
I Jlr Two she boreo as Cokodo streetl Sla A
Atwoyol . ho.. 0 is room., hard salshed , e homes corasee t and
ad we o d with Irt. e ba.set, and tu
a1 by Se ret. is teter of rciy, at a argain. A 5Vm brick, e.ntrally oInted. 52,T7s.
Two se bhousr an l Iotas 3e0 tr, eceb on As a-rrma. two tlory brtck. weU aishsld and
ArIona street at a bargain. large lot . OmD.
MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
TOO0Y & Hi.JNT.
FINE WINES. LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Billiard and Pool Tablas
BLBGXNT CLUB ROORMS
Opm Beat d -i NL
MAx WlUUEsn. ANACONDA.
SAM PRAMEN KO,
Fm hue Gm, Oste d a Fihb,
Liwes. Cgars. Ceadies. Nuts sad
Fruits. Sutter. Fresh Eggs. an
CO. NTRY * PRODVC"
arns me st ess. AiI.s...s. as..t
CROCKET & KING.
Stationers p Booksellers
CIGARS. TOBACCOS. ETC.
AUAOIDA - . - MOIIUNTANA.
Hut Oeai (hagtle Car from
HELENA & BUTTE TO CHICAGO
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAYS.
The C. & N. W. also Makes Y MIrla U mm lisps
thm.ae*- at Deaver w"b
UP. & I). & R. G. Trains
And ums Thotulgh
Vuetibled Dining Car Trains
TO CHICAG(O WITHo'lT (CHAN.R.
Many lieu rsaved nal the (ly Iar Avaidhg
Trombksume sadl Amgn 1L..la ma
DENVER ANtS) C LUS'IL BLUIrMV
IJr aml Wut u=e sd Nthwv u t
To Chicago ad All Poits East.
In Wrmwi felsaJratshed alum Pm
Age.tms ait A lHteham and I wd1e
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