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Fish, Oysters, etc.
As usual, will havo an onorrnous
bought boforo tho decided ad
vanco in tho miirlcat, and I will
niako my custotnors closo prices
CANDIKS In this lino I am
always llio murkot maker and
price suitor, and no ono can beat
my goods in quality.
PRESENTS I have quito a
Block of goods Kniiablo for lioli
day gifts and tlioy aro worthy
of your inspection.
TABLE SUPPLIES-Thero is
nothing to ho desired for tho
holiday feast what I cannot fur
niBh. and you can depend on
SPECIALTIES Sweet melon
Mangoos, Saratoga Chips, Dill
Pickles, Stuffed Figs, MuBcat
Stuffed Dates, Malaga Grapos,
Dates stuffed with walnuts and
pecans, Shelled Pecans and Al
monds. English Walnuts, Chost
nuts. Filberts, Salted Peanuts,
Wiley's and Lyons' Candios.
Opposite tho Postoflico.
Mail and phono ordors carefully
and promptly filled.
Tho Eldorado paper lias heon
launched and Tho Pross sincere
ly hopes its editor will boom
Schleicher county and mako u
barrel of money.
TENDER MEATS-AT Mc
'VYubaVo llio boat meats from
the attest calves on tho market,
wo can cut a 10:1st or a tender
steak which will pleaso vou and
nt low pricos. Givo McWhortor
& Sou a trial order. Phono 190.
Paris, Due. M Heavy storms
havo swopl over Fr.uico. Snow
has ftillon in many districts.
Considerable dainugo has boon
done to trees and a number of
small wrecks havo boon ropor
Wish we hud time to givo you
a lihl of tho many nice things wo
havo just received in tho lino of
Mexican novoltios, suitable for
Xiims prosouts. Call and seo
our Mexican corner.
Taylor & Johnson.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company.
Fort Worth, Toxas, Decern bor
M. It is learned hero today
that tho Anhousor Busch com
pany's business in Texas has
been sold to tho August Busch
company and possession will be
..titan hi. nncn. Further tr.an
this moro announcement nothing
could bo learnod. Henry Stoin
iolt, who has represented An
housor In this city for a number
ol years, vorllios tho report.
Point lace, handkerchiefs.
Battenburg pieces, Presbyterian
Leggctts tablo Jellies, Jams
Preserves and Marmalado in
stock at Taylor & Johnson's.
Rock Springs, Wyo , Dec 14.
A report from tho Rod Des
ort sheep ranch says that Chas.
Barnes, a sheep herder, was
f rczon to death in tho blizzard
that lino boon raging for tho mist
day or two. Barnes was from
Gtu-dPii City, Kuu. The blizzard
has stuttered tho herds in small
bunches all ovor tho country,
mid it Is feared tho loss will bo
tfreat. A Mexican hordor whoso
numo hm not beon learned Is
reported to havo been frozen
II you want water, and a lot of
water try a Leador windmill,
W. T. Cawloy will ship Friday
Dec. 20 livocars of fat cattle to
Buggies, Buggies at Hagol
R. S. Campbell shipped 15
oirs of fat cows Monday Dec 10
to St. Louis,
First c'ass plumbing. Low
price. Phono 211J. ELMcAlpino.
J. P. French shipped 7 cars of
fat cows Tuosday Doc 17 to
Totnplo to food.
Sofa pillows, haudkorchiefs,
dolls, otc, Prosbytorian Bazaar.
Sol Mayor will ship Saturday
Due. 21 sovon cars of fat cattle
t j St Louis.
Tho eolobrated Potor Schutt
lor wagon at Fiudlator's.
J. W. Montaguo will ship Fri
day Dec. 20. flvooars of fat cat
tle to St Louis.
Bugiries, Buggies at Hagol
stulu's. R. R. Campboll will ship Fri
day Doc. 20 sovon cars of fat
cattle to St Louis.
Just recolvod at Findlator's
W. B. Flovd. ot Sonora. will
ship Friday Doc. 20, two cars of
fat cows to St Jo, Mo.
Toilet sots at J. S. Milos aro
perfect beauties and aro sold at
low prices. Call and seo me.
Messrs. Loo Bros sold to
Sugg Bros, ono hundrod bull
calves at $5000 Tor grading.
Genuine Eclipso mills, without
any imitation or frill attach
ments, at Hagolstoin's.
Billio Williams loft Monday
with a hundrod head of cattle
for his ranch at Knickerbocker.
Givo your orders for Christ
mas prosonts to tho Prosby
torian Ladies' Aid.
Huffman fc Clark sold for E. O.
Rabb to Billio Williams of Knick
erbocker, 100 head of stock cat
tlo at $11.
StovoKillmau is dishing up
tho boston tho market to hin
c.ustomors at tho Legal Tondor
Messrs. Payne & Jonos sold
from their Bismark farm six
vounc bulls and three enwn nt.
S225. total $2025 to Jas. & Loftin
Hondo rson. of Vigo.
"Bluo Ridgy ' brand ground
Spicos aro absolutely puro and
unadultorated. In bulk and In
tins at Taylor & Johnson's
J. T. Huffman bought for
Chas. Bonhnko 18 head of cattle
from E J Jnmisou at $18; SO
head from J. B Murrahat $18 50
and 15 head from Will Jones at
$19, also 0110 car load of fat
steers from E J. Jemison at
2J, to bo shipped January 1st.
Hacks, Hacks at Hagolstoin's.
An all wool mon's suit at tho Auction House
A good mon's shoo $1.35.
Good mon or boy's suits at $1 50.
All wool boys's suits $8.00.
A groat big bargain in blankots 75 conts 11
Blunkols, J and 4, wool at $1.50.
Fine ovoi coats, 2 50 up to &5.00.
Fine Hue of gonts' underwear at one-half the
Somo littlo boy's red flannel underwear at
75 cents a suit Thoy aro worth double tho price.
Tho best lot of boys' and girls' caps at 25 and
85 coots. Look them ovor.
A pair of linon towels, 80 inches long, for 25
An all wool turn down cap for mon or boys
at 25 conts.
Tho biggest lino of wlntor gloves for men and
children, at prices you can not match.
Cassimoro suit, tailor made, at $10 and ?12,
at tho Auction Houso.
Tho host boots in all grades, at tho Auction
House. It will only tako a fow miuutos timo to
look at tho now goods and got the lowest prices.
A haudsomo sot of dishes at one half what
othors ask for thorn at tho Auction Houso.
"About a venr aco mv hair r
comlna out very frtsi, so I bought
a hottlc of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
stoppad the falling and made 111 v
hair crow very rapidly, until now it
is 45 inches in length." Mr, A.
Boydston, Atchison, Kam.
There's another hunger
than that of the stomach.
Hair hunger, for instance.
Hungry hair needs food,
needs hair vigor Ayer's.
This is why wc say that
Ayer's Hair Vigor always
restores color, and makes
the hair grow long and
heavy, ti.ci uu. xn innMt.
If your ilrucpldt cannot supply you,
cim ui one nonar anu we win exrraa
nu a hottlc. tin lire mil rli the rutno
of your nret enprcM oflire. AdrirtM,
J. C. AYEIl CO., Jewell, Mm.
Fort W01 lb. Texas, December
14 Thoflistground w:u. broken
today for tho packing hon-e h
a largo forco of laborers just
east of tho Stock' Yards hotel,
which is the first indication
whoro tho Swift and Armour
companies would build their
$2,500,000 plants. Messrs
Gouirins. representing S-ift,
and G. B Robblus, F C Clark
and James Funnel! of l no
Armour company aro lure eon
forrini.' with the railroad people
in regard to freight rates on the
building material. The S'-Irt
com puny ask ostimlr on 0.
000.000 brick, and Armour will
lequiro as many more.
hrick to bo used will cost over
Repair Work at Mitchell's.
Hacks, delivery wagons, bug
gies or surreys aro ropa'red in
tho quickest of timo. Master
Mechanic John M. Moody bus
charge of tho work and ovorv
thing is guaranteed by H. H.
Point laco. handkerchiefs,
Battenburg pieces, Prosbytorian
Stockholm, Doc. 10. Profess
or Dob ring, a Gorman who was
recently awarded the Nobel mod
ica! prizoof 151.200 kronor, an
nounced in the courso of a lee
turo that his experiments demon
st-ratod tho possibility of render
ing cattle immuno from tuborcu
losis by inoculation. Tho pro
feasor added that he proposed
employing tho Nobel prize mon
ey in combating cattle tuborcu
Haudsomo china sets at J. S.
Miles, they will surely please
you, just tho tilings for presents
or to mako tho homo cheerful.
Call and hue mo.
Sofa pillows, hnudkorchiofn,
dolls, etc.. Prosbytorian Bnzuir
I Tho Naval Court of inquiry
I brought in their report and Ad
I miruls Bonhaui uud Ra i.s.ty hud
eleven accounts against Admiral
Schley, but Admiral Dewey
brought in a minority report,
which is that tho passago from
1 Key West to Ciuufuoiros was
nado by tho flying t-quadrou,
'with all possible dispatch. Com
( modoro Schley having In view
uiu imijuruuiuu 01 iiinvinx uu
Cienfuegos with as much coal as
possihlo in tho ships' buukors
Tim blockado of Cienfuegos was
1 Com modoro Schloy, in pormit
ting the steamer Adula to outer
' tlin ttnil if f Mnt, flint. nc? iw..r.1
to obtain information concerning
llio Spanish s'quudrou from her
when sho canoout.
Tho passage from Cionfuoyos
to a point about 20 miles soutu
of Santiago was mado with as
much disputed as was possible,
while keeping tho squadron a
Tho blockado of Santiago was
Com modoro Schley was the,
senior ofllcer of our squadron off
Santiago whan tho Spanish
squadron attempted to o.scape,
011 tho morning of July 8. 1898
Ho was in absolute command,
and is entitled to the credit duo
to such commanding ofllcer for
llio glorious viotoiy winch ro
suited in tho total destrtclion of
the Spmish ships George Dew
ey. Admiral. U S N . S-unuel C.
Lemlv. Judge Advoeite General
U S N.
Admiral Dowoy declined to
make any statement coiiceruinir
the court's tindlngs lit said
'hat the court was not dissolved,
and that ho was still bound by
his oath of secrecy.
Rttnulnn I'ouHiiiita nro Itutlitng to
St Petersburg, Doc. 12.
Ovor 1.000,000 peasants havo
emigrated to tho North in tho
last live years and tho tide is
still increasing partially on ac
count of tho extraordinary in
ducements which tho Russian
government is making to attract
colonists, but chiefly on account
of tho general distress among
tho working classes throughout
tho czar's domain.
To iopulato Siboria rapidly
tho government is lending to
emigrants to that country capi
tal sufficient for their first year
without charging thom any in
torost, supplying furniture and
farming implemouts on tho
'oasy repayment system" and
waiving taxos entirely for tho
first three years.
On these tonus about 18.000.-
000 acres of laud havo boun
allotted, chiefly as small farms,
and tho settlors thoro have boon
given onouuh grain and meal to
liuo ihum over tho tirt win'or,
as well as sufticiont seed for tho
tlrst year's sowing.
Meanwhile tho coudition of
tho Russian pou&antry at home
i giowing worso and worso.
Tho glowing accounts which
1 avo beon sunt out regarding
ilie harvest aro duo in part no.
lioubt, to the carolossnoss of tho
Russian officials charged with
llio task of compiling statistics,
nut aro to a la-go oxtont in
spired by tho government,
which is anxious to attract
foreign capital to tho country.
It is true that tho Russian
exports of cereals has not fallen
off, but tho explanation of this
is that tho peasants, though thoy
need their products for thotr
own uso, aio obliged to raarkat
them to got money enough to
pay their taxos.
Tho wheat crop of 1901 is
smallor by 0 por cent than in
tho famino years, this being
chiefly duo to tho fact that
harvest after harvest is taken
from tho soil without fertilizing.
Mean timo tho population has
increused by fully 10 por cent,
whilo the riso in pricos of
practically all tho necessities of
lifo has greatly reduced tho
purchasing power of the rublo
It is now boing prophesied freo
ly that unless tho government
comes to the rescue tho famino
of 1901 will bo even moro sovoro
than those of 1899 and 1900.
KEMAIUCAULK CL'HK OF CHOUl
A Llttlu Kay's Llfo SavoU.
I havo a tow words to ay rojrard.
injj Clmmbcrlaln'n Coujjli Komoily.
It biivou my llttlu boy's llfo, and I
feol tli nt I cannot pralso It enough.
I bought a bottlo of It from A. 13.
Stei're, of Godwin. S. 1) , and when I
got homo with it tho poor baby could
hardly bioathc. I tfuvo tho niodicluo
na dhected nvot-y ton mlnuton until
ho "throw up," and then I thought
euro ho wn going to chnko to duuth.
Wo had to pull tho phlegm out of
hia mouth In groat long Htrlnga. I
am pooitivo Hint if I had not got
that botlio of cough medicine-, ray
boy would not bo on Earth todnv
Joei. Di mont, Inwood, Iowa. For
Bnlo by Tho Contral Drug Storo,
Buck and Darling cook stoves
Sympathy may foefp a wosstidl
gsS heart but it wosi't heat a
That taci ta so obvious that you wonder why any one can offer
"sympathy" as the chief feature of treatment for the delicate dis
eases of women. Yet women are invited to " write toa woman who
can sympathize with woman," and the theme of their correspond
ence is to be the delicate, difficult and dangerous diseases which
undermine a woman's health and strength. It is true that such
offers are combined with an offer of "medical advice." But medical
advice can only be given by a competent physician, and no mention
13 made in such offers of a physician's or doctor's advice. It is not
offered because it cannot be given. The offer is not being made by
a qualified physician.
The offer of free consultation by letter, made to ailing women by
Dr. R. V. Pierce, has behind it a physician's ability. Dr. Pierce L
consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel mid Surgical Institute,
Buffalo, N. Y. Associated with Dr. Pierce is a staff of nearly a
score of physicians, each man a specialist. In a practice of over
thirty years Dr. Pierce and his staff have treated successfully more
than half a milieu women, who have been cured of debilitating
drains, inflammations, ulcerations and female troubles. The age,
experience and skill of Dr. Pierce give him a supreme advantage in
his chosen field of diseases of women.
Youcan write to Dr. Pierce without fear and without fee. Every
letter is read privately and answered confidentially, the answer be
ing sent in a plain envelope, without any printing upon it.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, has been gratefully named "
God send to women," by those who have been cured by its use. It
b a medicine specially prepared for woman's use. It regulates the
periods, checks unhealthy drains, heals inflammation and ulceration
and cures female weakness.
Dr. Plorco's Common Sense Morlloaf Advfsor, stint
troo on rccotpt of stomps to cover oxpenso ot mall
ing ONLY. Sonet 21 ono-cont stamps for otUUon In
tinpor oovors, or 31 otamps for cloth hound. Addrosn
Dr. R. V. Paorco, Buffalo, N. Y.
Tl RES SE I' A P MI PCH ELL'S.
Wau'on tues set or put on by
l he cold shriukatro process at
$2.00 per set Din t burn up
up .ynur wheel Jtjlni M. Mnody
is in charge at H II Mitchell's
Blacksml'h and Carrince Works.
Guthrie, O. T.. D.!. 17.
Prominent cattlomoti fiotn the
western part of tho Territory,
who aro in Guthrie, report that
many cattlo havo died on tho
open ranges for want or food
and shelter. Tho p'isturagos
aro short and covored with ico.
Another weok of cold weathor
will cause a )os or 50 por cent.
Cameron & Co MuRt Competition
Wo carry tho botit stock in tho
city, wo meet all pricos and all
figures, as wo wnt your trade,
when you uoud anv kind of Lutn
bor cheap, call and seo us.
Givo your ordors for Christ
mas presents to tho Prosby
torian Ladies' Aid
Riimember tho No 218 Ring
us up! And your bursted hy
drant will bo repaired promptly.
E L MoAlpine.
Uuv "Belie springs" Butter,
it keeps irosher and is bv far
the best for table use
'I a lor A Johnson
You have used all
sorts of couh reme-
dies but it does not
yield; it is too deep!
j seated. It may wear
I itselr out in time, but
it is more liable to
1 nroduce la drinne.
i pneumonia or a sen- i
I ous throat affection.
I You need something j
I that will give youj
j strength and build
jup the body.
I will do this when everything
i else fails. There is no doubt 1
about it. It nourishes, f
strengthens, builds up and i
makes the body strong and
; healthy, not only to throw
I off this hard cough, but to
further attacks. If you are I
I run down or emaciated you
I should certainly take this
j nourishing food medicine.
t foe. ind $i en, til drugf-titt.
J SCOTT it nOWNC, ClumUli, htv York.
An Evangelist's Story.
"I suffered for years 'vith u
bronchial or lung trnublo and
trod various remedies but did
not obtain permanent relief
until I commenced using Ono
Minute Coutrh Cure," writes
Rev. Jamos Kirkman. evangelist
of Uollo River. III. "I havo no
hesitation in recommend'ng it to
all sufTorors from maladies of
this kind." Ono Minuto Coagh
Cure affords immediate relief
for coughs, colds and all kinds
of threat and lung troubles.
For croup it is unequallod.
Absolutely safe. Vory pleasant
to take, nevor fails and is really
a favorite with the children.
Thoy like it. J. W. Harris &
Tho London Times gives flg
urcs to show that the production
of live stock in Ireland is do
creasing. It says that, auring
tlio tlrst ten months of tho year
there woro only exported into
Great Biitain 491.101 cattlo.
444.918 pigs and 768.267 sheep
against 595 771 cattle, 546,746
pigs and 781,069 sheep during
tho -amo period of 1900. the de
crease therefore being 104.580
cattle. 101827 swino and 17,802
UHRlal'MAb CANDIES AT
- J. f J. SMITH & CO.
Ulanko Bros and Duorlor's
box cundios are tho proper thing
for presents, wo havo them at
25'.!, 50e. 75c, $1 and upwards.
Come and 1 m-o them before buy
leg. J. H Smith & Co.
Guihiitt. u i , lkc. 1. Eight
o'louders uuuinst the territorial
qiiainniiue law. havo been ar
lestod hero, and are being heid
until proceedings can liu in
stituted against them Thoy
are. charged with having at
torn pted to drivo ticky cattlo
from below the quarantino lino
up into northern territory. Tho
arrests have been made at tho
instance of tho Oklahoma Live
Stock Sanitary Committee,
which, as yet, will not divulgo
tho names of thn defendants.
Snved His Lite,
"I wish to say that I feol I
owe my lifo to Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure," writes H. C. Chrostenson
of Htiyfleld, Minn. "For throo
years I'wus troubled with dys
pepsia so that I could hold
nothing on my stomach. Many
times I would bo unable to rotain
a morsel of food. Finally I was
confined to my bod. Doctors
said I could not live. I read ono
of your advertisements on Kodol
Dyspepsia Curo and thought it
fit my case and commenced its
uso. I began to improve from
tho tlrst bottle Now I am
011 rod and recommend it to all."
Digests your food. Cures all
stomach tioubles, J. W. Harria
St. .jooepu, iViii., iec. 14.
Hundreds of cattlo In Northwest
Missouri havo died recently
while running in tho stalk fields.
Dr. E J. Notnerton, Assistant
State Vetorinian, states, after
an investigation, that the troublo
is causae1 by tho stock eating
nubbins of corn on which tho
worms havo previously feasted.
He says: "I predict that if the
farmors do not uso unusual pro
cautions, thousands of cattlo will
die- this wintor."
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