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\uV^t R&K Just Received 10 CASES 275 GARMENTS Ladies' Suits, Jackets, Capes. MAN TAILORED Suits and Jackets right up to the minute in Style. Quality of Material and Workmanship. None of your sweat shop goods but high class perfect fitting garments. Man Tailored Suits From $9 to $25, Man Tailored Jackets $4.50 to $30. COME IN and let us show you the Finest and Largest Line of Garments ever shown in the valley. WE HEVE NO MADE OVER GARMENTS. YOURS FOR BARGALVS R. L. PERKINS. m Bitter Root Brevities « ANNOUNCEMENTS. Candidate For Assessor. We are authorized to announce the candidacy of W. D. Lear for the office of assessor of Ravalli county, subject to the action of the democrat ic county convention. in ' j ! \ The Ravalli Abstract Co. writes in surance. * Ex-sheriff Tom Irvine will arrive from Sumpter, Ore., this week. A.D. Schwab, the Victor jeweler, was a business visitor here yesterday, G. A. Million arrived home from Woodlawn, Mo., last Friday evening. Regular services at the M. E. church, south, next Sunday morning and evening. Dr. E. G. Ellis returned last Sun day from Pony, where he had been looking after mining interests. Mrs. Dorn mi nick McGuire and children returned Saturday evening from an enjoyable visit to her old home in Eau Clair Wis. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Fisk will return from Butte this week and Mr. Fisk it is reported, will assume the manage ment of the Hamilton Hotel. Contractor J. B. Franklin has com pleted the bridge across Saw Tooth and which was accepted last week by Chairman Rawlins., of the board. Mrs. W. C. Moore, a sister of Mrs. J. F. Hendricks and Mrs. Mamie Mc Cormic, of Missoula, are visiting Mrs. Hendricks at her home in this city. All doubts as to the safety of the foreign legations at Pekin have been dissipated, the news of their safety on July 22, having been officially con firmed. A bulletin received yesterday even ing announces the capture of President Qom Paul Cruger by the British and which practically ends the war in the Transvaal. Prairie chickens and grouse will be j ■ j j ; DROP ©F" 01 ft I Mh.v «ave ils lit . I ai e, vonr wr iti-'i • in • l and oil'd regularly if you wish it long life ; mi good time. Une wheel In your wati'li runs 4,ooi miles every yenr. 'I lie best of oil will gum ami elog. where liiere is such continued fri t ion. (Iririlling when winding is a sign that your watch need attention, EVES EXAMINED FREE. A. L. BANK, The Only Exclusive Jeweler a and Optician in the Valley. < ; j 1 j : i « very plentiful this season and already the nimrods are polishing their guns in readiness, for the open season be ginning Aug. 15. Mrs. Rockwell of Como purchased a house and lot from C. F. Cameron. through the Ravalli County Abstract Co., and will in some future time make her home in Hamilton. The convention called by the State Trades and Labor assembly will be held on Sept. 19th the same time that the democratic and populist conven tions are to be held instead of August 14 as erroneously reported. M. M. Williams was up from Victor yésterday and re-advertised for bids for the construction of a new school house in his district. Mr, Williams says that myriads of the pesky green aphis have attacked the grain fields of Victcr vicinity. D. J. Donohue left for the east Monday to buy goods for the big store here and for the new firm of Donohue & Co., which is to open with a $100, 000 stock, in Missoula, about Sept. 15. The new store will occupy a large part of the Daly block. The ladies of the Christain church will hold their regular monthly meet ing at the church Thursday afternoon. All members and any others who are interested in the work are kindly re quested to be present. A light lunch j will be served in connection with the ■ regular programme. j Senator Clark sailed for Europe last j Saturday, to be gone about six weeks. ; He stated in interviews with New York papers that he would return to Montana and engage actively in the campaign and was confident of a dem ocratic victory in this state. The suit before a Missoula justice of the peace involving the right of an in spector to spray an orchard, and then collect for it, has been decided. The justice held that the inspector has a claim which should be presented through state officers, but has no lien on the orchardist's property. You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Hamilton Drug and Jewelry Co. will refund your money if you arc not satisfied after us ing it. It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails. It is pleasant safe and reliable. Rev. J. A. Martin left yesterday mo.'ning for a trip around the state. His itinerary includes Helena, Great Falls, Benton, Neihartand Anaconda. He will he gone three weeks and will attend two church conferences and the state convention of the Epworth League. During his absence Rev. J. A. Reavis will occupy Rev. Martin's pulpit at morning services. The widow of Dr. Bostwick who died at Jack Shej herd's'rupch last spring has « ritten t> friends in town that she had received a check for $2,009 from the supreme tent of the Knights of ti'.e Maccabees in payment of her |htsbani*s insurance and desires to offer htr thanks and good wishes to the Maccabees in Hamilton for their fra ternal a>sistance in the matter. Yesterday afternoon at the Reed ranch south of town, Mr. Win. Barr, of Corvallis, an 1 Mrs. EHi Riley, re cently of Forest 1 île, R. I., were unit ed in marriage. Key.Hubbsofficiating , Mrs. Riley is a sister of J. O. Reed, the well-known hotel man of Missoula, and Mr. Barr ranches in Corvallis vi cinity. Their.friends are greeting the happy couple with hear. y congratula tions. Charley MçQuirk, an old time Mis- I soula bov but now of Darby, is visitiug friends in the city this week. Charley is one of the heroic six who started over the Lost Horse trail for the Clear water, in the dead of winteV, in search of the lost Carlin party, and who was invalided fot almost two years as a result of exposure to the intense cold and hardships of the journey. — Mis soula Democrat-Messenger. For furnished and unfurnished rcoms —J. D. Powers, N. Sec. St. tf The commissioners have advertised for bids for a two-story jail to cost about $5,000. Mrs. W. R. Lockwood of Corvallis is reported very low with an attack of pneumonia today. Wanted—a good all-around man or woman to work in boarding house. Good wages. Apply at this office, tf. T. B. Mallory and wife of Anaconda were the guests of R . V. Martin and other friends here several days last week. Work began yesterday on the new court house. Contractor Stabern has sub-let the contract for the stone foun dation to Leonard & Murray Tom Beavers arrived from Nelso-, British Columbia, Monday, and will wind up his affairs here preparatory to permanently locating in the Queen's domain. John T. Smith, well known in Stev ensville vicinage, died suddenly yes terday of heart disease while eating breakfast at the home of John Robert son on Burnt Fork. Fred Cailleron and wife arrived Sat urday from Pocatello, Idaho. Fred has taken a chair in Joe Lafond's ton sorial parlors. Mrs. Cailleron is a sis ter of M. H. Keindeau. The Ravalli Abstract Co. today sold the Robert Wolpcrt farm of 35 acres including crops, improvements, etc., to James J. Brooks, of Butte, for $3 ,509, and who will take immediate posses sion. President Dan McDonald, of the Western Federation of Labor,- is auto graphed at the Ravalli, having arriv ed from Lothrop where on last Satur day evening he organized a branch with a membership of over 100. McCall's Magazine, a leader of fassi ons, a free pattern and the Western News, all for one year for only • $2.25 For clubbing rates with the leading newspapers .«aid periodicals of the qountry call at Western News office. ] . .* Jim Rawlins last week sold his colt, Caption, by Prodigal, out of McCap by Robert McGregor, to Under Sheriff O'Neil, of Butte, for $1,000. The tal ent all agree that Caption is the best horse in the state and 'next to John Nolan, the best that has'been bred on the Bitter Soot Stock Farm. The forest fire that has been raging between Gird's creek and Skalkaho has been extinguished on three sides and is now pretty well under control.a band of uearly a dozen of the Daly cowboys having been fighting it for a week past. Much valuable timber has been destroyed in that locality, which does not lie within the forest reserve. The Montana supreme court last week handed down an important decis ion ill the case of Burt Monroe against Henry Cannon, of Lewis and Clark Couuty. The question at issue was that of the right of a person to graze his animals on land belonging to an other, where the laud was not fenced. The lower court had decided in favor of Monroe, who entered suit for dam ages, and the supreme court affirmed the judgment. "Through the mouths of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and sick ness of the stomach," says O. P. M. Holliday, of Demii-ig, Iud. "His bow els would move from five to eight times a day. I had a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he began to get better at once." Sold by Hamilton Drug and Jewelry Store. The republican state convention is called to meet at Helena on Wednes day Sept. 5. The comity convention will be held at Stevensvile on Monday Sept. 3. The primaries will be held in the several precincts on Saturday Sept. 1. The county convention will he simply a ratification meeting, as it is understood nearly all the candidates have already been slated. A certain element, or ring, will absolutely do initiate the convention and dictate the nominations. I During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from chol era infantum. The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery. I took a bot tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and diarrhoea remedy to the house, telling them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions, in two days time the child had fully recovered. The child is now vigorous and healthy. I have recommended the remedy frequently and have never 1 known it to fail.— Mrs. Ci'HTis Bakick, 1 Bookwalter, Ohio. Sold by Hamilton 1 Drug & Jewelry Co. I Last Thursday evening the retail! HEALTHY HAIR A man with a thin head of hair is a marked man. But the big bald spot is not the mark most kind of a men like. Too many men in their twenties are bald. This is absurd and all unnecessary. Healthy hair shows man's strength. To build up the hair from the roots, to prevent and to cure bald ness, use— mn H&inl visor It always restores color to faded or gray hair. Notice that word, "always." And it cures dandruff. k $1.00 a bottle. All druggists. ^ •« My business calls me out among strangers a great deal. I would actually feel ashamed every time 1 would take off my hat, my hair was so thin and the bald spots showed so plainly. I began the use of your Hair Vigor less than three months ago. Today 1 find I have as lino a head of hair as I ever had. I tell everybody wliat I used, and they sav 'it must be a wonderful remedv. ** Gfo. Yf.arl, Dee.* 14,1698. Chicago, III. We have a book on The Hair and Scalp which we «,.11 send free upon request. If you do not obtain all the benefits you expend! from the use of the write the Doctor about it. Adore su. OR. I, C. AYER Lowell, Mass. liquor dealers of tnis city met at Fongcr's hall and organized..! branch of. the state association, the object of which is mutual protection and com mon advocacy of legislation benefic ial to their interests. The following were elected officers: President. J. J. Fitzgibbons;' vice president, W. P. O'Brien; secretary, Tom J. Burns^ treasurer, Louis Peterson. John Moot" secretary of the Silver Bow county association, acte A as organizer. K. B. Nicholson was down from Como yesterday. Mr. Nicholson, who is one of the most progressive ranch men of the upper valley, says that in his section having is about over and a splendid crop has been put up. He fears the grain crop will be light, how ever, both wheat and oats having been attacked by the green aphis, the or chard pest, and which gather in the folds of the head of wheat and blight the grain by causing it to ripen too soon and thus compelling a light yield. He says this pest is quite general in the grain fields of the upper vallev and lie understands that the same condi tion prevails all over the valley. Hamilton is enjoying a steady, healthful growth. Considerable build ing is in progress and which is of a substantial character. The brick in tile Daly block, a handsome two story structure, will all be laid this week The framework of the South wick tene ment house on South Second street is fast assuming shape and D. V. Bean's new residence,which when com pleted will be one of Uie most hand some and commodious in the town,will be ready for occupancy within a coup le of months^ F. II, Drinketiberg proposes-To build a pretentitious dwell ing-and much other building is in progress and perspective. c^/îv'jyiv'îvî'^y» § Y ^ Business Locals. w § » Place your advertisement Western News. in the Tickle your palate and tone your stomach with Celery Gin Tonic. 4t. For Sale Quick—at a bargain. 80 I acres six miles froi.i Hamilton. Good water right, orchard of -100 fruit trees, all kinds of small fruits. 30 acres un der cultivation. Price $700. Call at Western News office. * 1 1 1 A snap. 80 acres for sale one half mile from Darby, 50 acres under cul tivation, first class water right, 300 fruit trees, well fence 1. For particu lars call on Western News. 4t. TO CONSUMPTIVES. The undersigned having- been restored tn health by »impie means, after suffering fur several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease Consumption, is aniioustomal.c knov-. iv to his fellow suflrrers the means of cure. Tof those who desire il. he will cheerfully semi (free! of charge) a copy cf the prescription used, which lh y will fmd a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat and ill Kg Maladies, lie hopes all sufferers will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the prescription, which will cost them nothing, ar.J may prove a blessing, will please address, g,y, 5PWAUD A. WILSON, B rooklyn, Kcw York, CITY EXPRESS. J. C. BROWN, Proprietor. BAGGAGE TRANSFERRED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY JOBBING A SPECIALTY LSAV6 ORDERS AT THE BANNERSTORE. Main St. - Hamilton ,Mont. The Hamilton Novelty Works Is the pi act got your^ -BICYCLE DOCTORED Or to Kent an easy running wheel opposite WEST- nr t Thnmesnn ERN NEWS OFFICE * 1 HOHipiUll Che "exchange." Sample and Club Rooms First-Class In All Respects, Good Cigars, Fine Wines and Liquors and Square Dealing. Free-Lunch. SOUTH SIDE OF MAIN STREET, HAMILTON. H X MONTANA. Stage Line... Hamilton to Hughes Creek. TWICE A WEEK. LEAVES—A. C. M. Co. store, Hamil ton, at 2 p. m. every Tuesday. AKRIVKS at head of Hughes Creek every Wednesday at 6 p m. LEAVES- Hamilton every Friday at 2 p in. ARRIVES—at Hughes Creek Satur day at (> p m. Freight and Passenger Traffic Respectfully Solicited. IVIILTON HAMflOND, p~p. W. C. FIELDS, ..CITY CRAY.. All work ontrustod to my euro will ho speedily and satisfactorily done PRICES REASONABLE. Eeape orders at Burns' Confectionery Store I Model Restaurant Çj AND Short Order House. EXCELLENT SERVICE AND EVERYTHING THE MARKET AFFORDS. W. McVEY, Prop. VICTOR, - - - MONTANA Keav of Square Deal Saloon. Professional Cards. c RUTCHFIELD & DltAFFEN. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAyV. Office in Ravalli County Bank B'l'd'g. Hamilton, - - Montana. Gi EO. McGRATH, M. D. 0. M Graduate of Queen College. MEDALIST IN MEDICINE, SURGERY and OBSTETliKJS Office over Ravalli County Bank. Hamilton, - - Montana D. >. N. REBER, PHYSICIAN and SURGItON. Office : Corner Third and Bedford streets opposite Ravalli hotel. Hamilton, - - Montana D R. J. C. BURTON. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Graduate of the American School of Osteo pathy, Kirksvilie, Mo. HAM I LTt IN—Tuesday. Thursday and Sat urday at Mrs. Ladd's, STEVENS VILLE— Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Mrs. 11 nut j r's. Handsomely fitted and appointed Paragon SALOON and BILLIARD HALL CLUB Rocns, POOL TABLES. CHOICEST BRANDS OF SOLD OVER OUR BAR. LUCAS BLOCK. O'Brien & McCauley, Props. »» -GO TO— Johncï McLaughlin - for - Horseshoeing and General Blacksmithing. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Prices reason able regardless of 3! competition. I Horse... |; % Shoeing 1 5 A Specialty. y* Shop opposite Stuvonsvillc Hotel. îc y* STLVLV-VILLI*. MONT: lgr TIME CARD TRAINS. M ISSUE LA A BITTER LOOT VALLEY. PASSENGER AM) 11! K I i.l IT. Copper City Limited. Train t> STATION. r it a i x 5. a. m De..Hamilton ...\r (1:02 p. m. ILW ......Corvallis...... il: 14 ........\iutor....... .v.;>7 7 : t m > ____Stcvensville____ ■» • 'XJ 7:1(1 ..... I-Toreuee..... S:00 ......Missoula...... 4: a» 1-:H0 if. ni. .Ami.............. t'.'LtO 1:35 Ar.....liuttt*.....Do 1 ll::r> B ITT Kit ROOT VA LI. K Y FREIGHT. Train I. - «. STATION. Train nil. 10:30 ti. m. De ...Hamilton...At 1 Tiff.) p. m. 10 : 55 ......Corvallis...... I 7:10 11 :»■) ........\ it*toi*........ I (i :,T> ID: 10 p. m. .... Stovensvllle... 5 rF2 .....•..Ilorenee..... 5:07 1 :l.-> ........Lo l.o....... 4:15 'J:;W Ar. ..Missoula.. ,1H Tl l.lttid. Agent aniilton, Mont. Clnus, S. Fee, O St. Paul, Mi Hamilton Cafe... The Only First-Class Short Order Rouse in fiatnilton. Vßf White Help Employed Rates Reasonable. DINNER FROM 12 to 4 P. n. 25 CENTS. furnished Rooms in Connection. W. H. GORHAM, Prop. THE NmmmmmmmmmmmK 3 i ..WESTERN.. § § SALOON. 3 VANCE & TANNER, Props. 3 =3 XX All kinds of refresh 522 ments for travelers. ^3 Prompt and courteous 527 treatment assured. 5~ 23 52: We also keep pack 52: horses for excursionists 3 52: and prospectors. -3 522 DARBY, MCNT. ^.utiiaurnuumiuiuamu^ $250.00 REWARD. Will lie paid by the undersigned members of the Ravalli County Stock Growers' Associa tion for information leading to thccouviction of any person or persons found stealing.killing or maiming any cattle belonging to the mem bers of said Association. I G. W. Ward ! Rory McLeod I P. 11. Edwauus I M.utens Daly ! John A. Summers S igned < \V. B. Harlan I i-'ERD W Eil R I B. S. t'iIAEFlN St ÜRO. I J. F. Loo am , R. L. Butten t J. L. Humble. Hamilton, Mont. Aug. 1(1 1899. The cream of Havana cigars is the Rose Coghlan. *.