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flllll A. 31.-Iron Dnitte-tg*yce Butte St 9-6
~Stuart11M~. A.M3. (4101141at Stuart
Usswhich leaswt-arrimmn SI WiSA. 31..
Dowt LIA 10 :44 A. M1.
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VIC1. Sl~ive how 5:15S P. M1.. 843101ir lilr
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0 M P. U., Peer 1AIA~lg C47, P-. M; Unuat :40
a.3 one 3L.-For (w*risOO-fiuart GiOA. U.,
DOW Lodge 9.33 A. M., (I~NiSURat USO
9 111 A. U.- Vor Bu~tte-HKaorat till A L,
@krer Saw 10:300 A. U., anteing @&OIN Will3
al F1. U.-For Butte adOv.-8~
1191111art 3:15, Doeer l..d86406.%Eb'0 =4i
llover ow 3:45 1. M.. Biutte4SP. U
III& P. 31.-For )tutte-lituart SI T.2 P. 3.
molver now 8 -05 1. M.. a"Teing in Butte. am
Arrival and Doparture of Malls.
MARIA OPVA19T DAILY FOR
Dow odge.. Helena and pointa North
a114d Wesnto Helena ........6.21 lAU.
I ls ...................... 9.20 A. M .
butte. Helena De~er Lodge, Stuart
and inuesata ............ 3.00 P. M.
Oa( o ................ 4.00jN
(lbile sadi Pynnemos. 11.00 A. U. ilonday, Wed:
amrify and Friday.
MAIIA AKRIVlK DAIL. MRON
Butw ... .. 9.01 A.M
Helea an lh'r ............ A.. N
All points North Andl asI oil (;rrimna j.15 P. N.
All polntaNortlh &nou Weiettuj~rrigmin N.35 11. N.
All plntA StKo h, All Vststefla StAU.'S,
and BUttor ...1........... .40 11. N.
Omnell................. .. POO A. N.
Cable And 2reutw.it. 4.4101' . W. Tiesdays. Thurs
All mnails okm15 411 milau" i4~ efor(* departure.
The daily rccrd of tlw ternIomneter in
this city is sreprtedl by A. T. Playte'r,
druggist. coretr Main aldl First streets.
The record for yesutcrdenv waN: 7 a. m., 47
degrteNe alwhev; 12 lt.. i; IihlTWrCn alolwe: 4
p.:sn., 71: degris. alba'e; i p. In .;T de
ABOUT THE CITY.
MinN Annie ChII (l is visiting her friendl
Miss Ilattertoln. at Ither I~.lge,.
I). J. tlutmaly. mIlallager of t ll fallllll
Blair mine of el.k Splrinlgs, was ill townll
RIev. lDr. ID. J. McMIllIa, of Ihser lallg,
will praclh at thie Prelsh.yterianl ciniri.h
IIxt Sunday Ioth imorlninmg atlld evenllilng.
Dr. St. Jeanm is haippy mover th adlvenit of
.0 largel Imhy ¥eI Imrlln teo his wife ye'lte'r
clay. He was kept bmmsy nre'eivillg onil
lratulatiolls frIl his friendls.
TIme' drawin.g for ia flue mclhlle horms aind
laddle took pIlake lIst nIlillt at Mike'
I )'Mara'm old smalomn. TIhe ori' w4.as wona ii
iy W' alliam IMlake' who trarew 4h.
Y.ster.lay wan luy dayc at tllhe uplwl'r
works and the mniii r niIIIts were. keplt right
Isy last nliglt. TImhe eIn)lglyesYes of tihle
lower works will he pid off tcnlay.
Mark ri'lliam llm w nlM.1e(ld his new saml,ll
yesterdly at tI'e cmrner of First aid(L 'Ierry
streets. Mr. Willianº has a hIle place
anld Iprolmase', to keep nothing lbut the
Mrs. Barney MdeGiiley while alighting
fromn a carrlage yesternlay dlisimeatld her
anile. Dr. Se.plhenm rem.t the dislaocation
which wan a very painful imanjury aicl will
lay Mrs. McGinle.y Iup for a couplie of
TIa "SoNp I uldl'e" eomlpaliny arrivel in
lowll at oIIn)ot yl'tirnlay,. e'xili'tinulg to atp
I'war at EYvatin quiNrn hounew last nlight.
Theyl wer*, dlsuilppinllte. hiowcever. uN theyl
Ilad not benl Ibled amnd no airralgelmentll
had tl.nii ianale for themi. They did not
Kivu l itan e.rtainmentl in this it.m.
A runllawaly oiiilmrredti ysite'ril;iy iafter
ItIe whi h a mnlle near nIul litimg li t eli. -
.• eirn'aI)" to M]r. lluwelll, whll Mer*ui1di 111'
iuggLy an llwul a n tI hrlnwll t t lllg reil.
lle wail Iui t wer'iatly iInjurII(, li wever.
(lier wheel, wastll |rlm frnll the. i'.lliie..
wi.i h e'amli down am irit n.t slamail UtirlN41
ulp l k ..~nk Nlo hr dila e wi a . olwits I (mnone.
.eatlhl Iprno uiitlN will lie n.eivedi at tI
iofflee of thie Aiacondiiila S.lting Works
for the 4e-meatrlmltioll of tihe. ie'tee4uary
rnick anid bricek work incidental to the ieii
inlarging of the eulliltlng Iplant near ( ar
roll. Mont. TIhem r'k work will ciunprise
about 17 ,(M) perte-la and about :1tUD,t(K)
brick will k lailt. Dlrawing and slecitll
rations cal IN. inliipected at the of..e at
th up works. Bdds will ho opener d on
MIdi , June 11, at 2 p. m. All material
will be frnished by th.e omnpany.Theco om.
ianl reserive the rilht to ecan( y and
all bida. Aunalmlla nmeltin Works,
To he. scure and get ice cold beer, call
for P'aahst Milwaukee beer.
Vsary weork! Pecy Werk.
Mrs. T. F. ('ary has returned to the
(ity. Ladies will remeanber her as she
gave lessons mere and in Butte a year
ago. Sbe has just returned from New
York and will te.(h live new kind of
work, and omethilng entirely new in
painting. Her work will be on eahibitiom
from 10 a.mn. to 12 mn. and frn 2 to 4 p. 1mm.
Nle invites the ladies to call amd esaminc.
hler work amnd will start a class immenli
ately. Selonld street, third door east of
Wh) Will Vou Walt ?
Inllure to-day iln the New York Life.
otilek tom oaentr(lorn.
Bids will be accet.ld )by the STANi.iIs tI
I'eublishing ('omapalmny on tli erlsetion of me
Intliklilg shnlliar ti to hat whcll tiey (at
irtrent eNtllay. PIlullU as uad uae.iiLatiollu I
II.y he seel at the STANIDAIII oflier. ;
4ir*ud P"1ieu '
At ('4deasaaiba (,anlelnu Suntday.) Jaa,.* .J.e
I A.l). H. d nIIt. E. L.A.
PI·l..t HIewllmm Ca.
MlilwsIIikei' lag. r teer always' ant fnv
Ing Imimlti. (alfor it.
The. New York Life ham onii mmilliomn in
..iratwa iii lk.tr lwanlg ( oimonly.
Keefe mell. Ito bee~r but Milwaukee.
The New York Life insure. ldulcs..
Write cmr enIm It lSNuly & Brown,
N..Ine of 1iui/si.illo,.
Trhe finm oIf ratnaman & Ga,nmr have this
day i,.wnn dhi~m jved iby mautmnal comnsent. Mr.
IDunk Girailhaiga nrtiring. All .nm-utntu ow*
ilan and '.iiktmtlllllln well IN. settleCd imy
Gus Garer whom will emmItirnia iiusinnemi ant
the old ,.tjaaml.
H. Wulla in· has .,Iqn·lrm.l a mullain .iymy
work. on Fia.t itn.·t Im·tU.n wimam 4k andaii
Cedar utnm."t.. Ahlniu". ,lua.
FOR FOURTH OF JULY
A Ctlila' Edig lNut EalW Ism
tug to Take Atls.
Mr. Rlohle Tenders to the City the
Use of the Beautiful Anacoonda
Park-The Contract for
At a special meeting of the city council
bhld ietseday afternoon in the STAIDARD
hall the question of a Fourth of July eelse
hesbioa was brought up and informally
dissmmed. It was resolved toalla meet
Ing of the itislens nest Monday evening
in the STA*rARD. Iall, at which time, if
the pIrject is favored, plans for a celebra
tUon of a character suited to this growing
city will be arranged. Mayor Walker
sent a dispatch to Governor Toole In
viting him to deliver the address of the
day. but the governor replied that a pre.
viount arrangement prevented him from
James R .cic . tendered the use of Ana
rondas park to the city for the Fourth of
July celebration, and the offer will be
gratefully accepted.. The preat improve
tluents recently berllun o the park are
rapidly appriachlinig colupletion, and the
place will cer ainlly he ready for
the pubhlic by tie Fourth. The residents
of the city tllnnot imagine what a Lbauti
ful and in every way attractive appear
anlce Anacondla Nark with its lake and
groves and pavilions will present when
tihe wiorkllenl have flllishe. It will we
lby long odds the hanlldsomet park in the
state and Mr. Hiclhie will take pleatsure In
ld.Ikeatinl it with a free iNclic onl the
Fourth lof Jly. It is desirs'd that thei citi
seISM' l lee-ting nxIIt MolndLay eveullinig tI
largil'y attelni*h.lI .iand that a celebsration
Is. undelrtakIen worthy of An(acondla.
At yiti.( nhll. y'h mIi titgl of the (Cn(lne'il.
('hlief lilhli hIhlllillttiI tit h ids I1w. haidl
rw~'.iv.l for the fire. ll)ilaaratulll the ity
l.skirel. Ilto puan. e', It was resolvedl to
Iet tlh l conlltract fIor a hl1w i. ,iLrritagl, 1,1tN)
feet of hoeI an ll two play piles tto W5'. %.
N.ott & ('C., of Miilnetaihll . is,t l1,'4 .
FIRE ANUL ROBBERY.
Arrnl ,of Aena M(t'ortnlck om ('harge" ofl
Thmerft and Artn.
liv thle' ta#lardl's slpemlal Wire.
3ItrreE, June( 10.- I The '.ANIenImI of this
irnirnilg conltailmel al nmer'oUlnt of a well
plauned lattemplit lIst night to buirn the
tarn I'Iollnging teeo Mrsn. J. A. Elliott.
uslllr'llletcllt illve'stiglatioslle rneelllee(ei ill
establishitng tie' faet that arnsem was not
tier only I rime e oinnitted, but that r I
Itwry had al.o In.'cl ettdl l.
A sholrt titlle. after tIllhe ir had IntenII ex
tilullislledl, it waee lcatie'rl tiihat Anllllne Me
('roik, lek. servanllt ill the eimploy ofe Mrn.
Elliott, wa Iltitnilsing n(i also ~1F0i ill
mutilney atnd jewelry to the value of $260.
whlichll Ihad l .llen takerll ferenl the drawe'r of
a dlnlce'r. A tI girl was ithe one to dlis
e'over tihe fire allnl give' tihe
alanm at til e'ngine house and
thenll r'turn, sspllll ioll at o(lve'
e'mt4tl utnll her. 'The furtlher fact tiat
after eavilng the uneolnd tine lll, l did not
return until aftelr Icklniglht, was coslliid
ere.d a all thie more evllelnlme eiaf hler gutilt
and complaiht was mInade to Marshal
1)aunl. This lnorning tihe marshal ar
rested tie girl and laHed . 'l her in tIhe .ounty
The evkilne' agnaillns the' aw'tused il
purely circumstanltial. but tile offlters are
ofldckent that they will he able to weld a
chain ufll'cielntly strong to a.eure her
Ik'fore tIhe' arr.st was Illade ti Iin''llim'el
were cluosly texallnilleel. As ite front dtoor
of tt tlearlln was wurnely chwkerl at
thee tille the fire wts dilla
euvere'dl,. .etrlllanel cul olnly ht galillned
Iy)' thme witele helr. This flact co'tvllvill'et
lkbete·tive Ihllenle's andtl tlhe Illmirllthal that
)enle' (lile fliaimar with Ih. priln*llm's we.
t., guilty piarty. A tin e111n, sannellieng
streneegly of e'ant4i oil, was foundl in an elmlt
howieS awnll hidetiiled bIy Mrs'. Elliott as
ol' tlat inhad r eeI ull setl il the klitchen to
hold lnrl. Amnte'r i're'mntance which
is 'ieniste're'I an sirongly eonvincing 'f
the girl's guilt i tine tfa't thaIt hie wi'as
diise'lharge"el by Mrs. Elliontt yest..lrtay fura
thi .' aaln that fr'llll timltn' t tu1111' rilca
little. artiles of value' i iapla'en'd frole i
lte I. uen1en1'. I 'treelStiin elm lIntl lw'e'nm grlemlate 'ci
tIhe' girl to sleep inthe housei last niglht
with tihe e i'teh.tniealehmg tIhat Sine was toe
lea've te-.inay. ''lh in after.'lma hn t girl was
arraignedl andl her e.xallniatio.ml met for
THE STANDARD FIRE BRICK.
It H III he Malde by a t'ollllsay .lust nr
gamlsel Ila Iist'lly.
I'&agwr' relatingl to the illorlpratrioll of
tihe Stalndam Fire Brikk comlallny of this
city were sent to Helena yesterday. The
strkholders of thle new comnpal y amr nrs
ident, of thiL city, aud tlhe o)l.,ers awr J.
B. LWee, president, 1). D. Walker, vice.
prieklent, S. A. Eskes, treasurll.r H. T.
Mallhan, secretary, iandt ('. ('. Thurston,
nallnager. The works of the comlpaly
will I. hocated near thel pr.ellnt hrick
yarlns just west of t)owni. TIw capital stock
is $Ml,tUO, anid tlh entire almounlamt has be.n
subserlled. Machinery of the most mnod
ern lattern has 'len ~nreerel and the plant
willle ,lande very complete in every re
spect. Tlronlh peeliiminary tests have
been made in order to m.Uren the Iproper
*,ittes, anldl tle. e(lopatny will hgin alt tiw
start to inlake It' brick nequal In 'every re
slect to thne. now imnportll Into Monll
tans in v'ast qltuantitLe fa.n l('olorado.
Froni the start theu saneiling works will
ulndoubtedly th a liberal pitronll of the
Stanldardl cnumpay. itanselstanl t eonlIsuamp
tlon of the beI*lt. qality nof fire brick Inilei
Ien'rnumnms. The 4nsmpiiimy, howe.ver, will
strike out for patrnmlagi tllrougglllout the.
NortIhwe. anul the work, will start oit
with .i £aInaeity for turninmg mit .11,()t
bricks an day.
4.The Itilie.ec A( i.u~a.c cmi Iti tiiid takil II c
Mrs. I.eellrrrl'- hotellles.
ALrii.P4. t'. 149auttnl ("xtl.llcl an Llt itltiou,
attetil- lu NoA t ad otd a grated ocINcliieg cl lic miliniery
hciirlci, till Easct Stetniltt trmret eclnttttieii
ilia tecwely, whir.. will Iw limplaycl thlte I
n ick gtomit li iie oit milli i icry e;ver '
mCtylesc is littcl 111it$le citic Iiitetm. Ilattim -I
fill trimentintemd timie . c .l hriniiite l ex- o Im
qciaeite co*enii io I mccii ii.tmc lacei imid mtroiw
litet ccl ev-cry lelmcriletier, I lai"k cccii whlute
leIci hrmi., jtiiiiit little. mtilcer hllets. alcec the I
uAt rlecitnloetic lite of itrtlllcial fliwerec 1
ever aiecwIti lit till icc city, itumig wh miiuty
hoc eccli wahode wee'a.it lie., gtial ic mdasprcayr .
te-egc"ther with Iuin ccii 11 oft eve ry clyle aitcid
ec cner cliil all hil-- it.%vic - It i. an.ey wor.il
A wIleejael reelctetici, cl till thee a.iycce
uiii gimc Ic will Im coi, ,,ehil thlie lutilti ieee T
oct thile weeYk 11i1ic licleilmc will hue iNleciflittceI
" -hen in mu ilitte IN, Kiln ottil lccit tccnrw-t
Itcc call at l.tuiel'c Imcer hatll titic try coiticf I I
(1tic,1c fiii .Ictteiii. Iii I1eh."r
TIN CATHOLIC FPAIt.
A large AMeedmsee at lveas WRl e tie.
A large crowd atteded the oepeing of
the Catholic fair in Evans ball Iet night
The ball I. treMnsormed lhte a place of
heauty, and is brilliantly lighted by a
couple of are lights, which were kindly
put in for the cusdon by the Electrice
Light company. Upon enta. ig toe hail a
pretty sight meets the eye, the boo and
tables being charmingly daesoated with
hunting, evergreen and lowers arranged
in a uae manner. In the center
on a round ta daintily derahd with
bunting of brillant bus delicious
lemonade is peumd to ti rty by
three jrttr miases. E _lla Emma
Kn and Addle Lavery.
Directly oppoeLto is the Am hooth,
handsomely dcorated Ina aim man
ner and containing meay bepalfuiecs
of fancy work. etchin g ee gant
pin-cushio, which is beingd d for,
and also a le oil patin of consider
able value. T ia prided over
by Meadames Barrad l .
Nest co.nes the i. s trabl, the mnost
attractie of all, with many ple of ele
gent faLcy work. Among them is avery
pretty baby robe, with "Biab" stitched in
the center in gold letters. These are also
a silver tee set and large slver fruit dash.
Just overhead is a beatiful and tlempting
slumber robe of rare worth. Mrs. John.
ason and Mrs. F.eysuhlag have charge o
The candy table is arranged Ina imost
enticing manner and the sweetmeets are
underthe care of MissesMay Camlpbell
and Nellie Shea. In close proximity is the
cigar standnd and cholee brand of the
weed are doled out by the Min.es
Maloney and Sheridan. Asmall wigwam
ill tll far part of the room wherefortuneo
are told to the old and the yomng is looked
after by Mrs. Collins.
A thght of steps lead up to the stage.
which is elmarnmingly decorated with ever
green and hangings of lace, where straw.
Iwrric. and ice cream are served. This
seeums to, le a mpopular resort for thit gien
tIlenen for thIe refrelshlllents are excep
tionally good and are served by four
hanullg younlllg ladie.s, tlhe Misses Mare
I'allumn alnd Hale, and Mesdamlnes Siovlin
"Take a shot at tie ligger" is an illl
portant feature. A black head is placed
tihre)lghi the center of a canvas and three
Inll lnare thlrowln t tIt' head. Judge lFitz
gerald took the prize last evening by hit
tinug twhe colored gentlemllan three times.ll
Mrs. Ehret is plresident of the fair. Mrs.
Maloney vlce-pre.ident, Mrs. ( 'IAary
treasurer, and Nister Irene mecretary.
Anmong the unmtributitsii are the follow
illng : A large oil painting, Mrs. Freyawllalg;
cradle and doll, Mrs. Voss; baby l.ulnge.
Mr. Smitih; Iggy rots. Mr. Walsh: larglt
Ieaumtiful fruit (disih. J. C. Keppler; shalun
twr r.te', Silvenl Hgllle handlsotme dress
IlatternI, ('olonlll Eates; roskinu chair,
Mrs. Blhrke.; a(hlle llandl bridle, 1'holllas
IMyley: loungge,Mrs.M.1Louth ; sofa enshion,
Mrs. Jamlaes ('lark, anld manyIll others too
Iinumermoums to Unelntioin. A lunchelol will
Ist servedl to-nighIht conlsistil.g of hot ,offee
anid sm.ndwices.l, by Mrs. H. N. Lavery.
Tim.. nomlinaltionsl for Ioplularity will bie
ol.t.ed to-iighlt anlid a lively tnlme is ex
wetd the Ima Ialalnce of tihe week. Tlhe fair
as given.l for the benefit of timhe sisters and
tie cIhurch and not the chlurch alone.
WHO OWNS THE LOT?
An liatereastlg Sailt Over Valuabkl MI.
BIw'lal tot the itanudard.
Mi.not'l.A. Juno 10. -The plesentation
of "A Soap Bubble" last night was ma oe
e.s. As is the case with mtayl faces.
ther were somne features which would
not meet with the approval of the entire
auliencle; Ilt, take.n as a whole, the play
was an innocelnt ledley of laughable bits
of nonsenetiii. S.oie of the singing was
very line. All tlht actors carried their
palirts well. Applauste was geneerously be
stowed allid enlcorest were freallquent. The
audience was well Ipleasl.
lJust went of the Schilhni block on
Frnit street1 i a lot which until mrcntly
wiae vacant. IIt is in tie central Iusines
i rtit in of tihe* .ity anld is very valuable.
It It i Is. en kniownil ais tI. proterty of Mrs.
I'tarril KoI(ll, as she slaiil the taxe'n
*..i it. Nolw it s.clnnts tlnha there is
ait cn"sllid.erle ,ealltion .is to who
it Ir.lly oweli it, aq;ull.nti(nl wihthh tihellourts
awill ihave, toi decide.lh.. Alllat tlhe. itiddle of
May a i ulnllnir of Iparties took I.ssUession
of the liroilwi.rIy a. sites for a lunchn. counter,
shutlitillng gallery, etc. Soni ileoplle claim
that the latlnd was never taken Ull ibut is
owtn ftor settlementent. Now Mrs. Kohen.
throuigh her attorney.s, Woodyi & Webster,
Joseph Woold and Marshall & Crutch.
field, has Ibrlght sulit agailnst these
parties clllainii that they have taken
forcile pianni.ssi, io thle pli.rlprt and
askinll that tlhey l. ejected froni It and
that thly be conipelled to pay $100 dam
as they are in puisses.ion of it and the
costs of the suit. The defendants have
retained Reeves & Stiff, who, it Is said,
will enter a delnurrer to the complaint on
the ground that, as it embraces an action
n oejectment and an action for forcible
entry and unlawful detainer, the everal
causeu of action have been imllproperly
The onrter at the ExcuaIge 1ambling
house Ihad a fit thil morning. He was re
moved to the house of a friend. He i
said to he subject to such attacks.
The grand jury are now in ssaion. They
have beell investigating the case of Joel
Long of the Flathead country charged
Ihalh of s P'Ioa...-Amedelmt to a Mianr
i'reparnlg for I":lr.4a* Power and Light.
Me4'wltl to 111e tjitnrlml
I'IIILtI,.ntlu., June 10. Jaynes. Byrne,
an euld and muienh nupeqwetd puiume~er, died
I yeotelay utfk'riumn at his mIme a short
distnce nanStoern Station in the Flint
necekL vatlluer . He will I' bliried at Uth
I'Ialiiuicrgz u''Iimetery to-Snur, at2p. in.
Fo-lol whilu. a miiiner nanmedl l'at Boo
n vr was working in a mine tat llolderthe
p jrtmed 'avcad anid caught lhim, breiakhW
his leg~ I*·)cor thec kl.ee. His fellow work
mliles to the wagon n swwl aIltl he wa then
bronulgt lhere and pIneoul ice I r. AllIn'
Hower ino. & Thomepeutun a tuday iY
eleetrlu lihlit plant. ('onitrutu for the
blumillldiig will at orneuc' he let andi in leIs thane
fcurt? Lt)u dayit will leIN'n running otnir and
in alutnett the' mane tlmne.wjth~laut an .hoom.
Phlllsulerg will wecnme otne of the Waal
ImiuueieruImu imieuri*tirattel towsIi in the
Ilee Aniacueiedtat hutes ball teatt wijll pIay
.I n tearla g.tint. lonee text ýundSºIaIe. A laIge
enruWtl is aeltitileatcutl as bolrntclltehs ar but
t ittle INlhuul (l professoeUnals.
NIaiil .'Ikrd for all kinuds of mgausicc"
gt.MNIM Ipr.vmiitly tilled by Vats O~rion e
.Iii ithrti1 24 Maui utriet. iuatta..
tI Iiu-I11.tlf 1r Whoei, of it w·IIaral ,Uert
ls..t %II umor In Grnulite. dic ingr a gnat
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PLANS FOR JULY'S RACE.S
lme b hPagua i an W
Prospects That the West Side Aso
olation** Summer Meetin Will
Be a Oreater Suooeee Than
Upee Oneapeasemes of the mssln.
BSvr. June 10.-E. W. Wynne, sees
tart o the West Side bNeaog Asoeiatlion
has completed the pesgnrmme for the
July meeting. The race wll be running
and trotting and wilU be on July5 , 4 and
5. The prsgrmme is:
WreDNsDAY. JI'I. 2.
Rala s, two furlo.gs
TNUmDAI', J'|ll ..
Running, 6.s, fort year olds, ave furlongs.
unas ing, ton u2e mile.
Tutsut, sam, 1:s cdasr.
YMVIDA., JI'LV 4.
Running. 121I, three .url..as.
Ituuni ng. U0,* hadklap, l . miles.
Tintting, loe, for t~ur horses.
Trotting. .nm. 2:.. clri.
AT1'RIDAYV, .JUI. A5.
Runnlug, l0E), for saddle hlorses, oe yards.
Running, .n0, half mile heats.
RunninK, 01b1s. speial.
Trotting, imou, free-for-all.
In event of any 9f the above
races not filling. other races
will be substituted to suit hoeres in attend
In all races three or mnore are requiredto
enter and three to start.Entrles for all trot
ting close Saturday June 26. Each entry
must be accompanied by 10 per cent of
the total amount of the purse. Entries
for running purses must he made before
4i p. In. of the (ay preceding the race. All
.urse will he dividtl into three mloneys
o, 00 and 10 per cent.
The rules of the American Trotting as
soclation and the rules of the American
Turf congress will govern thems races.
Records made at the July meetings will
iot constitute a bar at the August meet
inalg. The almaolation reserves the right
to alter, amend or postpone any or all of
MARY RIEOAL GOES FRs.E.
Late Last Night the Jury Aeqittled Her
of the ('Charg of Larmesy.
Ilterlal ('orrelonmdere of tile ttandard.
Bterrl:, Juno 10.-Thle trial of iMarie
Riegal was contminued to-day. Tihe prose
eutionl fIlnishedi this mllorning and Marie
Riegal was put onil the stand. She said
she did not know aixiut the taking of the
money, ibut ('orn Meyer afterward told
er sihe had taken it. ('ora kept $1,fi00
anld gave the defendant $3,IO0. ('ora put
$1,5J0 unllder the carpet.
Tihe defendant gave $1,000 to Mrn.Fuisher
who did not know when site accepted
tie noney tihat it was stolen. They sent
for Hector Godehaux. He advised not
to return the money but to go to jail. He
said if the worst came he would return
the msoney to Jubainville. She said that
Officer Leland was arounitd bothering her
a good deal and shie told him she had
taken the money and would five Ihim
00, a diamond as big as his head and
would marry him.
The woman Augustine was put on the
stand and denied that she acted as inter
preter between Marie Riegal and Mar
The defense rested and O)fficer Swan
son was put on the stand for the prosecu
tion. He had been offered by the defend
ant a fine diamond ring if he would keep
still, although she gave no reason for
wanting him to keep still.
('ora Meyer was the next witness. She
dlenied the statement of MarieRiegal that
tihe witness had taken the pocket book
and afterwards in ('ora's house had given
the defendant three $1,000 bills and kept
three i(.U bills herself.
He.tonr (;odchaux was then examined.
tie delnied tlhe stattemlent made in regard
I'lnltmna Martilni was examinedtq andl said
tlhat (ora Me.yer told her that she tl'ora
hadI stolen thie $t.M.0.
The defenidant then asket: the plrivilegt
of I.nrvidilng witnlsses to inllnach tIhe
testimllny of ('ora Meyer and Hector God
chanu. Emnma Martini was then recalled,
Inlt her testimnlloy was iobjected to and
Victor Gondolier was askedt whether he
had seen Hector Godchaux take the
money from the water closet, but the
qtlestion was overruled.
The evidence was concluded at 3:10
p. ml., and Thompson Campbell then be
gan summimg np for the promsecution. At
torneys Booth, Baldwin and Haldorn fol
lowed in order.
At 9 o'clock to-night the jury returned a
verdict of not guilty. Tbhi verd.et was
reeched on the secmad balot. and was a
surprise to almoset everybody. The
woman had admitted seeing another
steel the money, and bad ccepted et
of the spoil from the thief's bands. This,
however, in the opinion of te jur does
not constitute larceny. MarieL l R al
left the jail, where she had been Imprs
oned nine months, laughing, cryig and
singing. She bed expected a sentence.
Her attorys Haklorn & Booth, have
been associates in clearing four alleged
criminals this term of court.
Mrs. J. W. Miner of Portland. Ore., can
he found over Barret & Jackyr' harnes.
ntore, on Main street. Business mad life
readings a specialty.
Dom't apo4 your eto#tng Or soa youe
heads with paint-pot and baak, but call at
the "Standard" offic and haw or" To
Rent " Gad "1 For Bkle" cards 'wetly prtmted
SJ. C. KEPPLER *
Vatchmaker and Jeweler,
AU 4radMe of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Op
tical Goods, Slverware, Etc.
TO BE SOLD
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
June 11, 1890, at 10 A. M.
+ THE ENTIRE +
S ock, Building, Fixtures, Real ta
+ O3NED mY +
E.L. Bonn1er& C
in lots as fc'llows, and in the following manner:
Lot First, Lumber in the lumber yard and all prop
erty connected therewith.
Lot Second, Groceries.
Lot Third, Clothing.
Lot Fourth, Boots and Shoes.
Lot Fifth, Hats and Caps.
Lot Sixth, Dry Goods.
Lot Seventh, Miscellaneous articles not included in
Lot Eighth, Real estate, consisting of lots 12. 13, 14,
15 and 16 in block i i, original townsite of Deer Lodge
City, together with all improvements, fixtures and fur
The stock etc, will be open to inspection on Monday
the 9th and Tuesday the loth of June, when complete
inventory of each lot can be seen by parties desiring to
M. J. CONNELL,
Administrator of tha J. H. Robertson Estate.
D. J, Hennessy Mereantile Co
1 90--J U N E -1890.
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WE OFFER A LINE OF
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