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53T Crohn for the King of Fashion
Made imcjtU and tuuti, In nil iljjirable colon ami varying widtluuf brim.
Tutneil over, bounJ, or raw edges.
Made only by HENRY V. ROELOfS & CO..
Brown and 12th St.. (-i.iladelphla. U.S.A.
torwlot'yulll'-liiik liwuil lUttm.
J.I.HUFFMAN T.L.CLARK 3
HUFFMAN & CLARK,
REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK AGENTS. 2
Offlco on Chn'lhnuru
Street next to Ptess
Deeaa ana Mart
goges drawn up by
cr Will Render and Pay Taxes on Lands Will Secure 5
5 Tenants, Collect and Remit Rents. Have Small and Large :3
ZZ Tracts of Land For Sale. Special attention given to town zs
S pioporty. 3
Gtf O. L. ABBOTT
If you have untblng to noil lltt it
If you wlnh to ouy, call or write
onieo war. J. s. Miles.
URIAH G. TAYLOR,
REAL ESTATE. SURVEYING.
AND FIRE INSURANCE
Will buy nuil toll lands ou commUnion. Will tturvoy,
olnsolfy and report on vnlui of lunda. Will render and pa
taxes on lands. Will hci-nm tenantx. collect and remit rente,
lias large or HinalltraUs for sale or Ii'um-. lias Hpoelal bar
iiains in town lots. Will Insure your property in the
bi'Htand moot llbeiiilemupnnies doing buslnehs in the United
States. Will furnish fivnto all parties putting proporty
In my hands a map of eity or county, designating property
with general ucM'rlitiin (Jive mo written authority to taki
eharge of saini'
fl Ollliv, T G. Pavlor bloek.
jK UP taii-H, ( nadboiiriii- !
Mn. E. M. Smith, wlioie nddresi U
Bryn Mawr, MoutKuim-r Countr, I'a
writc: "I feci It my duty to write a tew
wordi In praiic of ltlimim Tabule.i. I
have been user of tlieru la mj family
since-tlil-y encu- uii the market, find 1 can
truly say I m-Tir an w .uiytlibiK lUn
thetn. I used t; Iji- worried ubuul my lit
tle boy, who li 8 yenrs old, as be m-cmed
(0 frnll; (be can Me wait natural oristlpu
lion. Now I uiii-r buvi- u lilt of trouble;
just nn soon ns lie lludt, be iit-tds any
medicine lie goes nnd takes n Itlpnni
Tnliule, ivlilcb iiIhhjh mii IIKi- a cliurm
My husband mii troubled with his kid
neys nnd pain In his In ad, s df nnd Inn k
but since usluc the Tubules lie is not
troubled any mure lie think the) nr
indlspeiiRablu, tuid alHitys carries tbeui
In Ills pocket. I also ukc them for my
baby, aud 1 think there Is nothing eipnil
to them for ynuiiR children. 1 mush a
Tabule fine for baby. Kveryone wonders
why my children ure till so hiultby kud
fat. ltlpani ii the secret."
WAMKD-A run nt I ml H-ltb tbut R I
I'.A-N-S will not lnrRt 'lhr lnlb pnlu
Anil prolanx llf-. One Klvi'i n llf NoU th
oril H-I I'-A-N-K cm ll mrkK- oJ tsccpl
no luUtllutr K-l I A N S 10 for C mil,
pur Im bail l ). lrut ilorr Ten iraplt
ana on tbousind IiillbxI'iUU will b mailed
In tnr iilOrca (or 6 rviit. forwrilnl U th
ltlpiu Clteiulctl Cu,, No U Sprur BU, Htv
Pattontze The San
,Viw v'nHtn VKfuf our ra ltmarkt
Handle All Classes
of Live Stock,
THE LEADING LIVE STOCK
COMMISSION MERCHANT of
the GREAT CONCHO COUNTRY
SAN ANGELO TEXAS
would obtain satisfactory results,
THE SAN ANGELO MUSIC
Two Kuoltul in thj Hull
A weoU wist the Juveniles of
Hie music school gave a recital
jloa juvenile audience. Lust
Friday, the advanced pupils per
formed the most advanced pro
gramme probably over seen in a
The opening was a quartette,
entitled .the "Cavalry Trot,"
by Miss Maude Wells, Mr. 0 J.
Fuiuer. Mr. L Garrison, Mr
G. Ferguson, after which Miss
Bisliop plaed in very agile man
ner, Sulon" stucku, Pluio d'Ar
gent, by S Smyihe. Then fol
Grand Triple Concerto
j. bob uucii.
Vocal.... 'The Lost Chord"
A, J. Sullivan
Miss Maud Wells accompanied
by Mrs. Find later.
Romance (For Lett Hand)
Opus 14 H. Spindle
Miss Courtonay Haker.
Intermezzo (Piano and Organ). . .
From Uavalleriu Rusticaua
By Miss Sadie Millspaugh
Silver Spring, Op. 0.
Dr. Win, Mason
Played by Imle George Forgo.
Tho Triple Concerto by Buch
is a wonderful piece of work
The instruments opening the
theme In unison, after a few
measuies, commence concert
ing amongst themselves, the
tirat piano indulging in vuria
lions in strict B.ich style. Miss
Riigsdale and Miss Millspaugh
aid exceptionally weil 111 this.
In Part 11 the opening number
Sans-Souci by It. de Vilbac was
performed by Miss Maudo Wells,
Mr. L. Garrison, and both sur
prised all hearers. The melody
was especially pleasing and in
terestiug; alter this an Etu de,
Op. 1. Gerville. by Miss Kath
leen Francis, was encored 1 and
tho little pluyer gave a second
Vocal duet, "Over tho Ocean
Blue," S. Petrie. by Miss Mary
Bland Mldspaugh, wus especial
Miss Maggie Underwood hud
a difllculttask before nor in play
ing the four following numbers,
11. Noontide Nocturne, J no. Field
b. Polonaise Milituire, Fr. C lopiu
it. La Fontaine, E Pauor. b Hun.
garian Rhapsodic No 12, F Liszt,
and made it clear to all that she
easily surpasses all competitors.
The Rondo by tho Irish Musi
cian, Fiold, entitled -'Midi," is
founded on a Carillon or repoti
tiou ot bell melodies. In the last
part, or Coda, the tower clock
begins to strike twelve on a con
tinous note, and this is ingeni
ously accompanied by the bell
melody. The wholo rondo is
very interesting and bright, and
Miss Underwood showed heroin
her clever runs. Her chord
work came out in the Chopin
Polonaise in A Flat. Op. G8. This
gran polouuise is like a eulmi
nuting point, and exhibits a uni-
jestic and liuished style. Toe
composition Is such a glorious
apotheosis of the post, that it led
Chopin into hallucinations ,aud
caused him to lly from tho soli
tary tower of Nohant Castle,
where he fancied he heard the
lootsteps of his ancestors in
their rattling armor and saw
their figures gliding to.vard him
in majestic procession. Misr
Underwood was enthusiastically
encored in this.
Miss Nettie Bacon played
'I ho Last Hope." a moditation.
The story runs that clur1
ing his stay in Cuba Gotts-
chalk found himself at S ,
where a woman of mind and
heart, to whom he had been par
ticularly recommended, concoiv
ed for him at once the most ac
tivo sympathy, in one of those
sweet aiTections, almost as ton
der as maternal love. Struck
down by an incurable malady,
Madame S. mourned tho ub
sence of her only son, and could
'alone Und forgotf ulncss of her
jsufferings.while listening to her
dear pianist, now . become her
guest and her most powerful
physician. Ope ovoning, while
suffering still more than usual,
j "In pity," said she, making uso
of one or the ravishing luioms ot
the Spanish tongue; "In pity, my
dear JMoreau, one little melody
tho last hope." And Gottschalk
commenced to improvise an air
at once plaintive and pleasing,
one of those spirit breaths that
mount sweetly to heaven, whonco
they havo so recently dosconded.
On the morrow tho travelor art
ist was obliged to leave his friend
I to till an engagement in a noigh
j borhig.city. When he returned
two days afterward, the bolls of
tho church of s woro 90Ui
i'ig a Blow iind solum ii peul. A
mournful presentiment sudden
ly froze the heart, of Gnlt'-clinlk.
who. hurrying forward his horsn.
in-lived upon the open square of
the church just at the moment
I ...I .I. ...I I r .
"" i""i r .umu
mini o wuiu urouunt i rum
tho sacred cdltlce.
This is why tho great, piuni-.t
always plays with bo much emn
tiou tho piece that holy memo
ries havo caused him to name
"Tho Last Hope," and whv. in
reply to his fair quostlonor. ho
railed it his evening prayer.
Extract lrom "L't Fr.inco Musi
The player evidently felt tho
extreme beauty of tho compoi
tiou. for she played with mitgni
Miss Hussard created a great
success by singing "Elornity"
Taken altogether it was a mag
nificent concert and shows the
doubting beyond disputo thai
San Angelo posseses advantages
in musical instruction such as
are not to ho found in any west
em town of its bzo Close
upon three hundrod people at
tended the display, and expros
sionsof gratiticalion were heard
on every hand.
Praise the bridge that carries
you over either a llond or tough.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup Iiiik
brought so many over llinmt
and lung troubles, such as
coughs, colds, bronchitis, etc ,
Ihut its praisos are sung every
whore Price, 25 and GO cents.
For sale by .1 W Harris & Co.
Pecans wanted hv 11. H. Sig
man & Co. at Caldwell's old
Mexican Hoot IMIIn.
These pills, costing only 25 centn n
box, are the latest vegetable dis
covery for eleansing, renovating,
Htreiigtlicning and regulating the
liver and bonds. Hotter health in
variably follows their use.
Own Your Own llutis
There is no uso paying rent, as
Milton Carr, tho contractor, can
furnish you the money, tho
plans, tiie specifications and
build your iiouso. Phono 140.
I sell wood any way you want
it Savu'd, Spilt, or in Cord
Lengths and at Low Prices.
I meet all prices on wood
und doliver it to any part of
Oflic-i Fourth St., opposite
oil tanks, south side of rail
road. Phono 240.
I am propared to draw
CASINH, PUMP PIPE and
and clean out OLD WELLS,
also propared to shoot wells
My business is WHLLS
nnd strictly wells.
Any wanting an old well
cleaned out and made as
good us new, or those want
ing to drill a new well, I
guarantee water in tho well.
J. B. CARTER,
Snn AriRolo, Toxiia.
Office at Austin Spencer's
The Homo lllow i-'irst.
There is a story going tho
rounds which wo take from tho
San Antonio Express. It runs
A horse breeder residing not
far from Nowitor.ards. Ireland,
sent utie of his men to blow a
medical powder upu young hor
ses uostrils. In a short time
after going out to porform Ins
task, tho muster proceeded to
tho stable to see how tho worlc
was being done He found Pat
leuning up against the stable
door coughing, rubbing his eyes
und appearing very much alarm
ed. Mastor "What is tho matter?
Are you hurt?
Put "O'm killed outolroly.
Whin I put the tube Iti tho
basle's nose, shuro he blow
first, und the powder is down
me throat, and I'll bo afthor
dyin' this miuit!
It reminds us of a little ditty
Whitjh one of our comedians used
to get off. It was somothing
The old cow hud the upioutiu;
lAwav down in her thorax,
When pop ho took a long ga pipe
tonucu up witn uorax.
He put ono end in tho old cows,
TJut whon pop blow
the old cow coughed.
Apd.thc-bjow nlmobt killod fathor
j-Vm mv 4rwA m ' Jl. 4 ,7ir
"X"! pon ...Everything
$5 Dny 5
y: ad ; Water
Ti Nltf ; In
', Landon Hotel
S& ! tftfin'iiitfitftiifkVtitnnfrifVviivii tnnvvuivitivvi) 5
4rt-i Furnnnnn J Restaurant in Connection. . ;
f" miuuii Plih. OT'teni nml
1 M-iiliiWoi Hpci-lul DlnlDK Itoom fo Ijidlcii.
The San Angelo Press
is in position to give
clubbing ."CM to an
paper i i desire.
Wc append prices of a
few of those most pre
fcrrcd in this section.
N-w Ynrk Clipper fl 00
Gnl. or D.il News 2 25
Houston Post 2 25
Meiuphi" Appeal 2 25
Atlanta Journal 2.00
Ai lama Constitution 2 00
TheCommonpf 2 00
San Aiitniiio Express 2 25
St. Louis Republic 2 25
('arm and Rtuch 2 25
Columbus Ledger 2 00
for Loves Sake.
SomctlnuH I am tempted to mur
mur, That life is Hitting away
With only a round of trlllos,
Pilling each busy (lay
Ousting nooks and corners,
Making tho Iiouho look fair,
And patiently tuning on me
Tho burden ot woman'B care.
Comforting childish Forrow
And charming Ihechildish heart
With the simple song nnd story
Told with a mother's art;
Setting tho dear homo tab o
And clearing tho meal away,
And going on littlo errands
In tho twilight of the day.
And oft when I'm ready to murmur.
Tli at time Is flitting uwiiy,
Willi tho eelf-hiiuio round of dutlofi
Filling each busy da.i
It comes to my spirit sweotly,
With the grace of a thought dlvinn;
You aro living tolling for lovo's Hake,
And the loving thv.uld never re
pine. You aro guiding tho little footsteps
In the way ttioy ought to walk.
You aro (hopping a word f r le-iu'
In the .iiiuiiof lourhotiichold talk.
Lvlng vour life for loves sake,
Till tho homely euros grow sweet
Aud snored the tv lf-denial
That Is laid at the master s foot
- Solo, toil
Table r's Buckoyo Pile Oint
ment lias been thoroughly testod
for many years, and is a positive
cure for this most distressing
and embarrassing of troubles,
Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes,
75 cont; For snip h- J W,
H- i i & Co.
Iliitl'man it Clark represont
tli" Home Protective Fire In
Biiatuce Co,, ol Sun Antonio,
aid can givoyou good rates on
The Grant Lumber Co. have
the stock aud want u chanco to
figure on all bills no matter how
Ut gxudu titter tuition it funded, Writ
i onc tor catulofuc an J cul oflcrs.
loulitllle, Kj. Montjomtrr, Al.
Houitjn, Te, Columbus, Co.
HlchMo(I, Va. Dlrmlngham, Ala. lickion.llli, Flo.
Prmannllf Cured b)
DR. KLINE'S GREAT
Wa. Vila . fi.. J., a .
er iimiihi ikihii i mrw
UntuUtim fnlil tt kr nll trii4
4m rm r a iiiirnmi iti ii
I, ... .! till JJI'a riu
! F 11 iiKittnit wb r7rciT on); a lilrr
4'tmantnl Vurt, otvuij Wrcpurirr rtlfir. lor l htr
u. f.Jauiu. a-.11.. - u.. j. mil. .
Tf" ftr-rimrrw fitiiro riMini r TIIU Itmatm
llt.nllr riK.g.(h.i IHl.It. II.IiLINK.l,
- vji .trrn &urvi, rnuaueipnia, taijtn.
Contains a Rollnblo Rooord
of all tho Evonto In tho
WORLD OF SPORTS.
4.00 A YEAR. 8IHOLH COPY, loot.
For Solo by all Howadoalora.
SAMPLE COPY FREE.
AtlOrsoa NEW YOKK OLIPPER,
New and First'Class X
and Electric Lights J vk
Evorv Komn. 'w
Oamo of nil kinds In season.
C. LfKNDOH, Proprlotor.
mkk r I
The Recent Farmer's Congress
in Uook form
Collego Station, Tex'., Nov. 27.
The proceedings of tho fourtfc
annual session of the Texas Far
mer's congress will bo read
for distribution within tho next
week. It embraces about 20(7
pages of livo r.uding matter, in
cluding the papers read and di8
cessions hud beforo the congress
on agrleultuiul subjects by. suc
cessful farmers, horticulturists,
dairymen, stockmen, nursory
men, pnullrytnun, apiarists,
truckgrowors, 11 irlsts, and last,
but by no means least, tho pro
cecdiugs of the women's nidus'
i.rial session contains many
points of oxcellunco brought out
by tho successful housewifo.
"Fig culture. Its profits."
"Insecticides, Their Importunco
in the Orchard; Canning Fruittf
and VogoUolcs, Its growth and
importance;" "Is it possiblo to
do Successful Dairy Work oa
tho Farm In Texas?" "Rico Cult
ure and its Profits," "Advanttt'
ges ot Orgauizition9 Among
Farmers;" "Alfalfa;" 'Can th
Interests of tho Cotton Seod
Producers und the Cotton Seed
Consumers be Harmbnlzed?"
"Asparagus Culturo." "Ef
fects of fertilizers on Cabbage;"
"Watormolon Culturo;" "Ir
rigation;" "Tho Nursory."
"Prico Levels;" "BooKooping
for Farmors: "Im'portunco of
Good Queens;" "ImpdrVnjnco of
a Largo Breeding Spuco tot
Beos;" "Thoroughbred Poultry
on the Farm;" "Influence of th5
Artistic and Ideal in the Homo'
"Tho Lares und Penates, Tots'
and Pans, Their Uso und A buso;"
Tho foregoing subjects merely
indicate the wide range of
thought oxpressod along va
rious lines of agricultural worlr.
Sofu pillows, hurkUorchtofa,
dolls, ota, Presbytonun Bazaar.
HmVk. Alvray-B nllMil-. lollr,iuilc Ilruirrtjt frti
t'llK'IIKS'l i:il'N t:NiL.lNl lii llrd and
44olJ iiiiltilllc Inxi4, M-olr-,1 with hluo rlbboo.
Tahn iii ollirr. ItcAiMi ilnliarronw niiImU
luUoiiHniiil Inillutliinn. lluyirimrlruiRiiU,
nr w-Md tv. In mhiiivi fur l-arllruliir, Ttl
nionltiU unit "lU-llcr rur l.ntllra," inUiUr.
by rt-lurn III. 1(,K0 'R-fllliijoliUl. bViiab
OlIlOIIKBTKn OHKMIOAIi OO.
3100 aiBiliton N.unrr, 1-IIItV.t.. VAt
Blrnllun UiU ppr.
NO TROUOLCTO ANKWCn QUC8TION0. 'J
V 'tFiU 1
t. P. TURNER, Afj
Ot't Passh mo Toktt Arr, Vt' 'r
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