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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 5, tSgx.
ME HRE FEELING ASEVERYTHING IS OPENING UP TO OUR SATISFACTION. NewGoods Arriving! NewGoods Departing! LOWPRICES TELL EVERY TIME. SUITS. LOOKat the Suits on the rack in front of our^Store and in our window and then compare the^Prices with those asked by our competitors, and you^will come to the conclusion that they are not in it.^Suits they sell for $ 18.00, ^20.co anil $22 00 we offer for^$12.oo, ^1500 and $1800. Nice, neat patterns and the^latest cut. Examine them and we feel satisfied that if^you can use any you will be satisfied with the Price. FURNISHINGS. INthis line we are complete. Every article being:^represented by a full variety of qualities and pat^^terns. In underwear we have lines of black, white and^fancy, in cashmeres, natural gray, and balbriggan. In^ovcrshirts we have everything; in llannels, Madras and^silks and full variety of patterns and colors. Our bar^coats we are closing; out at cost and can sell at #1 50^and ^2.oo what others sell for #2 JO and s\}00. BOYS'DEPARTMENT HEREwe have Suits from ^2.00 up as high as^you want them. Neat, light color checks and^stripes that make a boy the envy of all his companions.^A!soa full line of dark colors in summer weights. In^Jerseys we have them from $4.00 to $7.50, the finer^grades being trimmed in velvet, setting them off to^great advantage. The latest thing is the imitation vest^suits and of them we have a full line in both dark and^light colors. Clothing 4r5East Park St., Butte, Mont. SUNOLTO BE THE QUEEN BDddDoble Predicts a Sensational^Event in Racing. TROTTERS OI: TUB DAY ThaMost Famous of Drlvora' Cos-^sId About thu He mark able An^^imals Ho Has Driven^^Recent Saloa. IltulHohlr In Washington NsV Ihave often hern united the ipicstion if^1 tla ^ug lit M .n:c I .Vs record will ever be^beaten. 1 certainly ^!^^. Trotters are^being; better bfeil, !^^ tier cipiippcd, und^better handled now than ever before, and^the present sca-nti it liable to ih vclop^Nome remarkable horsi s. Siinol is proba^^bly tile most liable of any that 1 ran now^ttiink of to go a faster mile lliau Matid S.^bus ever done; but tin- bunt id' speed and^endurance lias by no means been reached^then. You do Hot ircl line horses without^good blot d anil (food hrccilliig. 1drove and campaigned tinldsmith^Maid for Hi years, and put her into her^Inane in Trenton after all those days of^lianl work th^'fall she was 'J^ years of^utfe, us Mound as when she eatne into my^bauds. She was, taking! it all in all, the^most remarkable animal for the raee^track oi whieh this country has any^knowledge. It Is impossible to tt II what^Maud S. might do, or could have done,^hail she Imen suhject to the same exac^^tions as was the Maid; but, Inking the^record as it stands, no horse of iIiih or tiny^other day has stood the test which my old^pet look care of with compur.itive ease.^In all climates, under all conditions, in^rain or shine, on a hard or soft traek, she^was always ready, and you could rely^upon her doing her best at any time. He-^fore I put her ^u the stall in Mr. Smith's^stable on the I'ashton stud farm, and we^bade curh other good-bye inshe hail earnedover r^iKMCio in pu- es. Hence, her^financial record w as as strong as her phy^^sical one. Withthe exception of Maud S. ami^Sunol, which Is iong to Mr. Homier, I^have drawn a rein over most of the gri at^horses that have im.de trotting famous^the world over. The first gn at annual^that came into my hands Was llcxlcr. 1^was employed by Mr bsMf^ Trussed of^Chicago to handle him, and drove hnu La^all ot his lauious acini rvttMOll up to the^time Mr. IssMf purobaaad bun. I^bundled him for a ^^..! alter that gnat^lover of trotter- t^-^k him Iroin the race^track forev r. When 1 dccalcd to leave^Mr. thinner's employ Mr. Onili^Ml tele^^graphed me to conn- and take a marc of^lus. I accepted, and w In n she passed ^^^^my hands she had lea vet Is en named. I^gave her the name ol te hlsmltli Maul, al^^most immediately ami lor l'l y^ ars we^wer^' never separated. 1 took her all over^the United Slates, and she Ironed more^hard beats then any other borse of her^rank has ever liocn cubed upon to do^from that day to this ami never faded in^one. Her n cord of L':li remained un^^touched for several years until M.anl s.^lowered it. lieiter was a great horse. In many re* s|*-Cls he wa- the 111^-1 | ' l feelly i iplipped animalfor a raee ibaM J Ptrsjf saw. lb-^could always b^- rein d on ami h iil pier.iv^of brains, wh.eli i^ a par) .ui|^^rt.iiii thing^in a trotier. lb- never lost Bis head, no^matter uhattic coiiltis; hi, and during tie-^years I drova bin uevei Isrofce or ten bis^feel but three tunes. In tin.- U.o^ when he wassupreme lie bad plenty of speed and^knew how to use it as well as any annual^in the world. Youask me ab ait fast and closely con^^tested heats. 1 have seen so many of^tin in in my ;ij years' oxiierionco as a han^^dler of trotters that I can hardly give a^rem insecure of any one that part cularly^impressed me. In tact, with a good horse^in your hands, and several others around,^a driver pays little attention either to the^humor or ilie excitement of even a head^and head finish, lie is entirely too bu.y^with his business at tin- moment to pay^any attention whatever to anything ex^^cept getting there first. 1 doubt if there^is an old driver w ho could sit down und^tell you about any particular finish at tin*^wre in a great race, unless some acci^^dent In fell him to enforce it on his^mind, l'ri ^pn utly I have been entil^^ing to the wire neck and tuck, and^at the cud of the race did not know^what horse was making the close con-^l' ^i with me. At that moment all me en^^ergies of the driver are centered in get-^tlung every possible inch out of hi* an-^uti iihe can. The romance of the occa^^sion never lingers with him, or even im^^presses him. When 1 drove (ioldsnuth^Maid her three fast heats at IhilTalo, an^achievement which startled the trotting^world at the time, I saw nothing ill the^occasion except ley duty, ami what 1^could get out of the mare. I had the same^experience w ith llexter, and mestimating^that horse y hi mil-t bear ill mind that ho^is the only troll r who has ever gone one,^two and three mile heats under the sad^^dle, in harness, and to w.igoti, ami made^big records in all, that will live as long us^the tin lasts. That is the reason why I^regard linn, as well as many other men^do who admire trotting horses, us such a^perfect animal lor track work. Tin1powcrsam! purposes of tin* trotting^horse interests have been wonderfully^changed and advanced w ithin the past^few years. Trotting stock has grown^more valuable and been nut in training^much ear1 ii r than w hen 1 ticgaii. 1 don't^hue that idea. 1 do not think that a horse^ought to be put ill a race until he or she^is is 5 or t^ years old; but they Mi devel^^oping them so early now that at H ami^even J years they are raced. My opinion^is that this shortens the active life of the^animal, and therefore makes them of less^value on the turf than as though they^ha I gone to the hardening age of 6 orti^before being called m oil to do hard work. talifornta is to a greater or less extent^responsible for pushing young colts an^the turf Is'fore they have a chance to^mature. The good climate out there^gives them a chance to develop more^raiudly than in this colder region. An^^other thing is that they can wa rk their^stock practically all the year, while we^have only a short season in wduidi to tit^and develop our animals. 1 see no reason^why t alifornia-brcd horses should Is- any^better lliau ours, cxci pt the long season^there gives them a chance for work^longer, wdiicli of course tends to more^rapidly develop them, atnl hascauscd our^breeders to push their colts wdueh 1 think^is a mistake. Thereis pertmps another reason for^this, und that is the rupnlly advancing^pr.ee of trotting stisk. A horse that live^^ at-.i.: would lir.ng onlv Jl.lMI would^now fetch from fJ.-Vlti to Isl.tiw, and per^^haps more if he had some extra gots!^points. Think of the stallion Axtcl!^bringing -1 '^.^^^. the highest price^for a horse in the world. 'I here^are any number of stallions in the United^Mates that are wonh KMLOOO This in^itself is the |m-hI illustration of the re^^markable udvauee made in the price ami^grade of trotters within the past few^years. This is tiartly due to the growth^of wealth i-i m.iiiy puistiits, and tin-dc*^mam! of rich g' ntc-mcn lor fast toad^hor-es. A DM e in in.itit is ^.Jack,^ wdi eh^came into ley I amis three years ago wttn^a ncaril ol :J^'. 1 reduced it to Sllli'/t,^ami then sold bun to u geiilh mail in Bos tonfor a road horse. The man wanted to^tn- sure that no one could throw dust in^his eyes, ami 1 think ho has found in^^Jack^ ^ hat he was looking after. Thesales of young horses this year in^^dicate that the present season will hn the^most pros1 icroii - that the trotting turf has^evir known. Then'are plenty of purses^on the lunger worth from *5.0jU to $20,0(10^for young horses. This tends to attract^the attention of breeders and to ad^^vance the grade of animals. Hut^more than all it gives the old oties a good^place and shows how substantial the trot^^ters are. While it may bo true that in^and around somu of the big cities the^running horses are attracting the bulk of^attention, it must ho borne in mind that^large running tracks are scarce and con^^fined to half a deteti places. Trotting^grounds can be found in almost every^P ipulous county of the United States, and^meetings are held thereon every year,^ami sometimes twice a year. As a rule^the agricultural interests prefer trotting^to running; while the sporting men hang^to the thoroughbreds, in other words,^the running interests renreseut a class,^w hile the trotters command the general^public, nut only in a lew, but in many lo^^calities. STOCKSAND BUNDS. Ip slid llowns In Market Values on the^Stork Kxrtiange. KkwYork, April 4. -1'ho stock mar-^ket to-day in the main showed a decidedly^strong tone uml some marked advances^were scored among the few stocks that^led the market. After the publication of^tho bank statement there was a slight re^^cession m the list. The entire list is high^to-night, and sugar is up 1%, Koca Island^1'4 and sugar preferred 1 per cent. Governmentbonds, study. tlosing steel.s V.8. 4's registered I. s. 4's coiiism I'.K '^ leg I',ft. Pi's i'oU|k^u Tai-ltU*6's Atelllsotl Ann-man Kxpresa I 111 Canadafai'ini'.... 7s^I an.ula Southern.^Central I'lu'ilU'.... itmlllvtall Uirkawaima Brum^ it. u....^i^. i. ^ w Kris KatMM^ 1 c\a^.. lakeshore [sails.^^ Nash ...^Mli lagan initial.^Missouri 1'Heltie..^Vat lain Paella'.. VI'. prclcrreii...^N el Ui western K' 11^^III It1,^it' tti' YW. preferred .. N.V. Central OfagNliiipm't...^iirrgnii Mi.^il l.ius^^ liegnn Nuvig'u,..^North Ann in an..^I ransi otiiiiii uUii.^I'ltrilk- Mall Knell..- laGrand West'a^Kin urauda n'f'd..^hin Uraaas nrsi.. HaatilaaMsa *thud s|.Paul A. i 'in ili.l Terminal lexssPacini* Iuien Pr.ellte I'.I*. picrciied...^I'. H. fx press King IXIMrSS..., \\ Hem t . .Hi ..^Am. Cotton oil... THENEW YORK MARKET. Itnstnnstork Market. Hosto*.April 4 ^The following were^the closing limitations: AtrhftIt'll MM ;-VMex. Cen. Com... SO1, urn mm, ^ .... ^ Isnnl scrip railnsul^ 1st ttuii. Uls .... tlur.iustouSI I Kan l^ieku -1 MoneyMarket, Nr.wYork. April 4. ^Mivtey on call^easy; closed offered 3 |mt cent. l'rimolucrcaiittlu paper, ' *^ |mt^cent. Sterling F.xrhangc^ Quiet, Arm; 00-^day bills, IM-tfcJl demand, ^4.--' r^Har silver^*.'* Iniuiitn Mniiev Market. Lostion,April 4.^' losing: Consols:^Money. M T-lii; acxotint, ;^^^,. Uiniod^Stutes 4s, laU! 4| s. 1' 41.,. liarsilver, .4 11-H^ I per ounce. Money,^ i^er cent. PMladelplilsIt mil Market. PlMi.Alii.I.ridA,A|iril 4.^Wool^Mouuiua, .\m.4c; territory, --'^. ClosingQoatatlnns for -Metals anil Min^^ing blocks. NewYokk. Ai^tations for to-day Annin a^ I'^l:-g. .. All'''- 1 ah.illisi hi I .I^. 1^1 iril4-^Tho closing quo-^are: Asj Annular belleUlr mmm* IteI, MaW,,, lkslie iliiinswiek Cimllar tolnl.nlii Con... Cllislollls. I.. 11. rasra rapi Cooi ailo Cell...^Qua. CaL ^ Va.. CiilelUK Commonweal!b. beia*sau iieansis! Ter.. Itireka t ^ii ratherI', sun t. rraafsUMl iinulaKCurry.. 1i..h .Sen |.|.s 11-5 1OH r.'.toi i Ino 4' i Inil Ilomostske MoraNiter Helena HnUoke luilepinlencc... IronNtvar Mexiiau Mnuu Mi.mill Ml.Iiialiln N.Com 'wealth. tlul.-irio uplnr ii'icleiilat IM\ inh. TlilOSl I'lKH-uix,Ariz.. |SllVilg sierraNevada.. standard Suitert leek s.ina.1Hopes.... sM. I.. I UnkMCan iiellus Jacket .. p 3ID I,0^3^ W f.ru 110 luo 4J6 ian^^i ;t^a m^i -u 110 :t:.^i i75 plil t Copper.Tin and Lead. New Y'oiik, April 4.^Copper^Neg^^lected. Lake. April, $1X70.^Leud^Nominal.^1 ill^Jstroady; straits, $'j0.40. tntilio ins I 11 ii i -Ion ttsles.^The Northern l'acillc will sell on the^1Mb of next month round trip excursion^tickets as follows: Hutte to San Vran-^Cisco viu l'ortland, both directions, $Tj;^San Francisco, going via l'ortland and^returning via tlgdcn, J'.kj; to Los Angeles,^going und returning via l'ortland, enter^^ing San Francisco in one direction either^going or returning, *^'.^; to Los Angeles,^going via l ortlami and San Francisco^ami returning via Sucramenioutid Ogdcn,^fWJKk ThenlKive tickets are good going sixty^ItiOl days nnil good for return passage any^time w ithin six mouths from date of sale.^'I hose desiring to take advantage of these^rates may call on or address, Ja.mI M^ ^ mo. 0.A . Hutte. CHEAPADVERTISEMENTS. atflUrfllWMMlli MtHlaW Hi* llCtt't MM^ ^/ i -r^* Ml nmtrticlA MISCELLANEOUS. ll'ASHIMi ClMMMMJ mui rrMMTMsg Ii^ ;illv^AoOe, MMl Hi*' fine M iMnnil N|^^t i;t|ty.^Also |'l i\t\ m w itij: (itMii*. I-'iim MsPMjHsj uciih^^lilt'. Four noon MMl m (VMaSf MVMaii ^_^ \\ANTI*:i^ to 1MM a liorm' tor lim ktfpiii^;.^11 TMMUM Si fti'll, IH ilt I'uitoi MBPltcr, Ititiir. i^ r r.o. WANTED blTUA ITONS. ANI kit ^by a mail ami wile sititsinui mi u^lain It. AilihessM. K. t'slklns, viiai oinla FORSALE. IHALKUse phartoa, one light hunv and^tlugle haulers. Apply at I.ii Ni'.ili Idaho 1/t'ItHALK--Fresh eggs Bonlli Main Htrcat,^Italic, opposite lias work*. Mrs, Haydea, .111st I'tMlsAI.KA large ate r*paf ^afi* st .i * ft Pttteas' to south Mala at., llutte. Mba I~MtH SAI.K A I n : rat widi all Hie at^1 tachnieiits; cheap lor cash; t*A: or will ex- change(or a s'o'til k'l -llell stim . Vpn \ to Mi s. I.i.is.mean Hail; aba lagnili atraata WANI ED HELP. asiii^ SVoMsaatotfa haw* i salaa ai^115 West tialcua St., but e.4 TUTTLE MANUFACTURERS HNHCONDH BU Tiy#^^,S^ii(,i( * wmmmo WORKSAT ANACONDA Mining,Milling and Concentrating MACHINERY BKIR o n I N S ^ IN SECOND HAND MACHINERY ^ laMUWIM 60STAMP MILL COMPLETE, (Willhi1 sold in Balli'iiei of.. stamps or mote i ORECRUSHERS^Hlake. OREFEEDERS^Challenge. CORNISHROLLS-Laruc and Small. Jigsand Revolving Screens^Many Patterns. BRUCKNERROASTING FURNACE Miiidl,it; ft. x Ii! ft.; capacity a or 1 tons)^|_jQ|^^|^^l.tdfUtrood. Kendall,Crlshy, Vnlnn Iroo Works. BOILERSOur own and other makes. AIRCOMPRESSORS- Rand and Burleigh^PUMPS, MINING CARS AND BUCKETS tar-Partiesneeding any at above ^ill do well to write or rill early at the pri.-es that hav^InHU I'Ul up '^ Mtiiv ills ire ipiii k tales.