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It streiiKthons tho whole system and
prevents all' of the discomforts of
The mother of a plumb babe In
I'anatna, Mo., Bays: "I havo used
Mother a I'rlcnd and can tirade it
Got Mother's Friend it tho
Drug Store, $1 per bottle.
The Bradfietd Regulator Co.,
Write forourfrcoillitslrated book.
" Ilcforo Ilaby h Born."
PIIONB 241. KQ
SHEEP KANOH CHANGES HANDS.
Wichita, .Kas., Nov. 27. An
derson Bros., breeders of thor
oughbred sheep, have sold thoir
lino ranch of -180 acres just north
of Valley Contor. in Sedgwick
county, to Frank 0. Cussick, of
Cornoll, 111. The prico paid was
Souiooftho big holders live
like lords The,y liuv'o low. oi.o
story houses, roofed with irulvii
nized iron. Thoir homos hiiveu
scoro or mot o rooms, with wide
verandas running mound the
outside. Tlio.y have muni sit
vants, and their surroundings
tiro moro like those of a f. udnl
baron than of ihoordinary hlnop
fanner. Motof Mii'in aro w-l
'educated, many are college brt-d,
and their establishments hlmw
all tho evidences of culturo and
I taste. One squatter has a put
I tu re fnllury which has cost li m
25,000 pounds. Others have
line libraries and music room-..
and in all you will Hud the lenti
ing Australian and London news
papers. There are largo stables
connected with theso estublin
ments, With horses for riding
and driving, as well as those for
men employed on tho estuto.
Among tho employes of ovory
station aro tho boundary riders,
men who rido about tho fences
day aftor day and soo that every
thing is all "right. Theso men
spend all tho timo in the saddle,
riding -10, 50 und sometimes 100
milos dully. Thoy carry their
blankols with them, and ut night
sleep on tho ground, hobbling
their horses beside thorn
At prosont there are millions
of sheop being shorn ovory year
by machinery. With sheop
shearing machines which are
run by steam, compressed air,
and electricity. Tho clippers
consist of little knives, which
movo backward and forward
over each other liko thoso of a
mowing machine. They go at.
tho rate of 4,000 revolutions per
minute, cutting through wool as
a hot knifo cats through butter,
and talcing it oil smoothly und
Many of tho stations are milos
from tho railroads, and in such
casos the wool has to bo curried
there on carts drawn by oxen
In Now South Wales tho state
government is doing Its best to
oxtond the stato railway system
into Iho most rotnote districts,
with tho object of assisting the
furthor dovolopmont of tho pus
toral and agricultural industries.
A. J. BAKER & CO.,
A.J S'KE' i I'r 'fid' r.lof IM bunk has been a resident citizen of Han
Ang"lo fur IHyuur . IIcwiih 'mm'hl'iner of Iho Oenornl I.iudOniuc of Texas fur
four cant. It ucll known u a safe xml conservative banker.
We Respectfully solicit D:pos!tt from all Persons.
Moneys loaned on Conservative Basis
SMALLPOX IN HOGS
lliifliilo. N. Y.. Nnv 20 Doc
tor G II. Zink. Uhier Inspector
of the Untied States Bureau of
Animal Industry, on duty at tho
Bist, HitlTilo stock yards found
yesteidav in a dresood'tneat
ciimpany'M conliugirnom forty
seven hnus, w hioh, he. declared,
have been iifllic'ed -villi small'
pox. Ills (hiiguosis was con
tinued tiv Doctor Ernst Wende,
the Buffalo Health Commission!
Doctor Wende said:
"There is every ovidonoo
that these hogs wore nflliouiu
with smallpox, such as that
which attacks human kind, thus
continuing a theorv heretofore
not woll established that hogs
are ituhle to this disease. Tho
A hord of caltlo numboring
about 800.1ioad. belonging to Mr.
Turner, of Runnels county, was
givon a certificate of inspection
and permitted to cross tho quar
antine lino recently, und upon
the second inspection woro held
up in Howard county, upoti tho
allegation that tho cattlo woro
infested with ticks. It is said
that Mr. Turner mado affidavit
to tho fact that tho hord was
free' from ticks, and is to bo
prosecuted for an alleged viola
tion of tho law. Fodoral In
spector MoOunuinghatn suid
ts'Aturduy in discussing the mat
tor. tlmt this would probably ho
a test caso and estublish tho
fact that we either have a quar
antine law, or that what is con
sidqred u law is null and void.
Tho very best legal talent will
no doubt be employed on loth
p'tdos. Colorado Stockman
CKOrS AND CATTLE IN SAN SAHA.
San Saba, Texas, Nov. 27,
Tho cotton crop is practically all
gathered, a very few straggling
balos still on tho market.
A largo acreage has boon sown
in wheat which is doing woll,
and with favorable weather will
soon bo forward enough to graze,
which will help many farmors
Stock generally is doing fairly
woll, considering tho extremely
drou thy season just past. Tho re
is plonty of stock water now and
winter vegetation is growing
BHQULI) (1UAICANT KK THE HULLS.
A,movomonl to sell registered
Northern cattlo to Southern
breeders, to bo brought to the
country below the quarantine
line, guaranteeing such cattlo
ttgulnst loss by reason of spleno
tic fovor, is now boing discussed.
Southern breedors would, und or
such conditions, become liberal
buyers of registered cattlo, ant'
a very handsome trade would at
once be inaugurated. Peoplo
bolow tho quarantine lino aro
doing all in thoir power to breed
up their cattle, and if tho North
cm people would stand tho loss
from fover, or oven the half of
it, the cattle bolow the quaran
tine would in a very short timo
compare most favorably with
thoso of any portion of tho rango
country. Toxus Farm a n d
OOOI) CATTLE IN TEXAS.
A deal in cattle amounting to
200,000 was closed in Kansas
Oity yestorday. Tho cattle wore
Heretords and Shorthorns on a
Texas ranch. Tho most impor
tant tiling about big cattle deals
mado during the past few years
in tho Southwest is that tho aui
mali show good breeding and
are no longer tho long horned,
wtld-oyod, thin 11 inked critlors
that once roamed the Western
plains unrestrained. The pro
gress iu breeding in the South
west has been phenomenal, and
ftom all indications is just got
ting a fair start. Drovers' Journal.
Col. Albert Dean, ofiicor iu
c'mrgoof tho bureau of animal
industry at Kinstfe City, says
Dial this is the tirst time he has
ovor heard tho theory that small
pox could exist in hogs advanced.
So far as he is awaro. he says
such u theory has novor beoi id-vunced-
Tho works on animal
diseases aro sllont regarding
It. "Dr. Zlnlc is a vory capable
man," said Colonol Dean, "and
while I do not know anything
about the caso in qttostion. I
would hositato to reject tho tho
ory as imorobable until its falsi
ty was datermined, becauso I
am satisfied that it has a strong
proh'ihlo foundation, otherwiso
Dr. Zink would notudvocato it."
Tho Press ofiico for Job Work'
HOW IS THIS?
An all wool men's suit at tho Auction House
A good men's shoo . 85.
Good men or boy's suits at $1.50.
All wool boys's suits $3.00.
A great big bargain in blankots 75 cents u
Blankets, and $ wool at $1.50.
Fitio overcoats, $2 50 up to $5 00.
Fine lino of gents' underwear at one-half the
Some little boy's red Hunnel underwear at
75 cents a suit. Thoy aro worth doublo tho price.
The best lot of boys' and girls' cups at 25 und
85 conts. Look thorn over.
A pair of linen towels, 86 inches long, for 25
An all wool turn down cap for mon or boys
at 25 conts.
The biggest lino of wintor gloves for men and
children, at prices you can not mutch.
Cassimero suit, tailor mado, at $10 and $12,
at tho Auction Houso.
Tho bost boots in all grades, ut tho Auction
House. It will only take a fow minutos timo to
look at the now goods and got the lowost prices.
A handsomo sot of dishes at one half what
others ask for them at tho Auction Houso
THE WOOL TUADE.
Boston, Mass.. Nov. 27, 1001.
Tho market is strong und ac
tive. The business is in spots,
however, not ail tho houses
sharing in the activity prevail
ing. Prices are unquestionably
tending upvvurd, and evidences
of speculation are not wanting.
There has been purchasing, not
only by consumers, but also by
members of the trade themsel
ves. A number of largo houses
are after territories, and aro
buying in tho West, as woll as
in this market, when they can
tind such wool as they want.
Among the prominent t ran sue
lions of the past woek were 1.-
000,000 pounds of three
eights and one-half blood lerri
tory at a scoured cost of 88-l5
cents. A Philadelphia worsted
mill took in the neighborhood of
one-half million pounds of Wy
oming wools on the clean basis
of4844c. The situation abroad
is not so encouraging us that at
home. Recont cables from Mel
bourne note that tho market is
strong, but in England and on
the continent, tho condition of
affairs is represented In a rather
unfavorable light. Tho London
sales oponod on Tuesday of this
week, with u good attondunco
and good competition, und with
a net available quantity of 230
C00 bales. As contoured with
Iho close of tho proceeding uuc
lions, prices on Motinos and
lino crossbreds, wore woll main
taincd, but on othor qualities
prices wero 5 per cent lower.
The receipts of wool in Bos'
ton this week amounted to
17.088 bales, against 11.012 bales
last week and 5,810 bales a week
Tho sales of tho wepk in Bos
ton amounted toO 410.500 pounds
domestic and 700,000 pounds
foroign. making a total of 7.200,
500 pounds, against a total of
o,420,000 for tho previous woek,
and a total of 4,725,800 for the
corresponding week last year.
Tho sales siuco Jan. 1 amount
to 246.809,400, against 182,941.
100 pounds for the correspond
ing period of last year.
I The Gallup Saddle, i
5 J. S. mi LEG, Aeont.t S
Has just received 15 sad
dles of above make, also
three side saddles and three
boy's saddles mado by same
people. Ho invites you to
call and see them.
A GOOD RECOMMENDATION.
'Iliavo notlcod that tho aalo of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor
Tablets iu nlraost invariably to thoso
who havo onco Uied them," oayn Mr.
.1. H. Wobor, u prominent druggist of
Castcado, Iowa. What belter recom
mondatlon could any nedlclnu havo
than for peoplo to call for it when
again in need of such a remody?
Try them when you feol dull after
citing, whon you havo a bad taste in
vour mouth, feol billotiM, havo no np
potlto or whon troubled with consti
pation, and you aro certain to bo de
lighted with tho prompt roliof which
thoy afford. For Salo by the Central
Cord Wood Sawed,
Cord Wood Sawed
Call up phone 19,
6. fl. RUST.
J. S. JvfcGoi)i)eM
SHEEP IN AUSTUAL1A.
Tjio world has never soon any
thing liko tho sheep farms of
Australia. There wore big
llocks in the days of tho patri
archs, but thoro are farms in
Australia as big us all Palestine.
Some sheop stations are one
hundred miles long,
Thoso big stations, aro actual
iarms. Tho land is divided into
great fields or paddocks, fonced
with smooth wire, except ulong
the roads, whoro barbod wire Is
used. Tho avorago paddoclt
contains 800 acres, but there are
many which are larger. Some
contain sovoral thousand acres,
and single paddocks havo I Mm
2.000 to 2Q,Q00 she'op. Out of
the millions of shoop owned in
Nqw South Wales, tho greater
number 'are' .kept im fenced
HOC. MARKET FIRM.
Tho hog murketis holding its
own. Last week it was noted
that it was tho lirst woek in quite
a while, or since nogs begun to
tumble from their $7 87 basis,
that the murkot did not. record a
dcclino. As much can bo said of
tins weoit. tho variation in
prico lias been vory small.
Trade opened on Monday with
a top of $6.05 advanced to $6 10
on Tuosday, but on Wednesday
thoro wits a reaction and ubout
till tho advunco was absorbed.
Today tho market was strongor
to highor on top kinds, but did
not exhibit any viso in the top,
which was at $6.00. On Friday
a wool; ago tho top was oxactly
tho samo, which thus shows tho
market today us steady to strong
by comparison with a week ago.
During tho past wool: thoro has
been an enormous volume of
packing at tho great markets,
yet the cost to packors has boon
higher by about ton cents per
hundred pounds. Livo Stock
skin showed eharociorisiic pit.
ting similar to that, found in n
human being. Another showed
the p-osunce of pigmuntation o
characteristic in the human be
ing after recovery from small
pox. Tlio animals wtiru d.t roy
The s'aughtor houses are in
the Polish district, where the lo
cal health authorities are at
prosont engaged iu lighting an
outbreak of smallpox
Tho government bureau olli
cials tiro undor Instructions to
work in conjunction with tho lo
cal health authorities iu sup
prossing tho outbreak here and
thisuftornoou Dr. Zlnk brought
specimens of the diseased issue
to tho bureau of health and sub
mittod thotn to Dr. Wende
A OHUE FOR LUMBAGO.
W. O. Williamson, of AmhurKt,
Vn., bays; "For moro than a year
I suffered from Lumbago. I finally
trlod Charaborlnin's Pain Halm and
it gavo mo ontho roliof, which all
othor' remedies had failed to do."
Sold by tho Central Dntj; Store.
The Houston Post gives a
nice notice of thanks for a satn
plo shipment of the lirst straw
borrios of the season, and re
ports that thoy are simply fine,
both in size and flavor, and thoy
will begin shipping in ton days
from League City.
All persons who desire to
build and own thoir own homo.
Milton Carr, the contractor ana
builder, can furnish the money,
and plans und build the houso.
Tlio IloHt Tlmo.
The boat tlmo to cure pain is whon
you first foul It. Always havo a bot
tlo of Gnoch's Quick Roltof in tho
housn, Cures external or internal
pain, and costs only 23 conts. Cures
cramps and colle.
Now York, November, 80.
Young Corbott," of Denver,
who defeated Terry McGovorn
in Hurtrord, Conn., said today
that ho and his manager "John
nie" Corbett, would meet Mc
Govorn and his manager. Sam
Harris, in a newspaper ofiico on
Park Row, this city, next Mon
day forenoon, tor the purpose of
arranging another match. The
match will bo governed by the
same conditions as lo weight
that prevailed in tho otto that
provoil so disastrous to Mc
Govorn, but there will probubly
be much more money placed at
stuke McGovorn is anxious to
try-to retrieve his lost laurels,
and young Corbott is willing to
cive liim tho opportunity.
Young Corbett tonight met Davo
Sullivan and agreed to a 20
round coutest at l26pounds tor
$500J u side. Final . arrange
ments will be made Monday.
The Sonora Mail and
Stage Lino running from
San Angelo to Christoval, Eldo
rudo and Sonoru. A good pay
ing business, consisting of 8
hacks, 40 head of good horsos,
throe doublo sots of harness and
all tho nccossary equipments
and r-rivelegos. Will be sold
cheap for cash. Address
Tom & Will Savkl.
Proprietor of the
San Angelo Livery and
San Anocto. Texas.
Good' to amy, Uugefca and
Hacks. Can send out pic
nickers or accommodate you
with any kind of conveyance
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
J Is still in tho HAY busi-
J ness. Handles all kinds of
J All Orders fillod up to
; o clod; p.
g Prompt Dulluory. fi
M i Phono 23S 9
Open D.iy and Nl
Oysters and Chili
always on hand.
Two dooi-o above Press Office.
Where will You Spend
Holiday excursions to
points in the Mississippi valley und
Othor Territory to be announced
Tiekots on sale December 21, 22, and 23,
1901. limited to 80 days for return, at
Special Reduced Rates.
Through Sluopors and chair cars.
Diversity of Routes.
Consult Santa Fo local agent. A. B. Lo
por, or J. P. Wright, P. A., Dallas; S. A
Kondlg, P A, Galvoston; H., Y. Williams,
P A, San Antonio; W. S. ,Konan, G P A.
Galveston, . ...........
I will not furnish ma
tcrial to build our '
houses, but will figure
on work and make your
plans, build your houses
and guarantee you sat'
isfaction. Yours truly,
IA. F, CALDIAELL
For lamily use in numburloss
ways Ballard's Snow Liniment
is a useful and valuable remedy.
Prico, 25 und 50 cents. For sulo
by J. W. Hnrrlsft Co.
Tho colobrutod Peter Schutler
wagons at Fiudlator's,
Sick Headache ?
Food doesn't digest well?
Appetite poor? Bowels
constipated? Tongue coated?
It's your liver! Ayer's Pills
are liver pills; they cure dys
25c. All druggist!.
CENTRAL WAGON YARD,
Complotoly ovcrtiuuloil, remodeled and
repaired, Good stalls and oorrniU all in
Uriit-oliwnhliiipo. Tlio most aonvenlunt In
the city. Special uuoommodatlons for
families, I'lonty of upstairs sleeping
rooms, wth electric Hunts and telephone
for patron All lilmls of feed for sale. rt
Want )riur ni.mtolio or hord a beautiful
browii or. rlili hlrk? 'I lieu me
Iaoer. or OtuMri, oan. p. Hmx. oo., hi
" ii li i m iiim .
Hus run a hack for sovou
years in San Angelo, and
everybody knows him, and
knows that ho is careful and
painstaking in his duties and
attention to travelers. Ho
solicits your patronage.
Yours for biisiiu
Just received at
Baker Perfect wire.
f ;;&', $"'.