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s T in. i ,. ' , TB J "'- &&- Pleasure and Health Will follow the proper use of GOOD, PURE WHISKEY. It's the low grude stuff that makes your head throb like a mule's kick, and cause snakes to coil in your boots. WW 1 w mm Shun these evils by drinking the best Whiskey made. Both the price and the article guaranteed to please, fT- LDDIE MAIER'S SSMSHfc ffi IplHPHp- ISHJfcfHpir FVom Our Exchanges. k ; -?- MreS i - fi ' HH I'XTi'Mlffi " . , n i ,. -' hUkW&s'"'Y.M. 8&$b& -t - tfe4?'6.'6vjf,"i j.111 "fiEN:--.Lir V aVv A.'. j , You Con Otit A Team Like this ot the Brick Front Liveru and Feed stable, San flnuelo, Texas. J. W. ELLIS, Proprietor. I 1 Am Agent for the famous 0 1 I -"" J I Rafost and & I schHtz fcE r I I -o J-" and I civc Mc a "Zj$'' Fort Worth o Keg and Bolt,e B6er" l" i- A,so Handle Soda Water and Cider, Bestln Ihc Market. X AUGUST BALFfllSZ. (KMH 5 $ LAND AGENCY. Estobllahed 1885, Ranches und Lands for sale, in large and small bodies, at low prices and upon reasonableteims. Chas.A. Dfctiley, San Angelo. Texas. ;M(S':MOTf m m m m m mm ROBERT LEE LINE. We run good covered hacks daily between San Ange lo and Robert Lee. Through trip, 2.00; round trip, 8.00. Make connections with all out-going trains, FERRY S HENDERSON. SON OKA NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Glasscock arrived home last week from Jlarlin. Mrs. Glasscock has im proved somewhat from her visit. Tom and J. T. Cato. were in from their pluco on the Llano Monday for supplies and attend ing to some business. A. M. Alalouny, of Dublin, an old friend of Judge Burroughs, and Jim Brumley, was in Sono. ni Wednesday wanting to buy a ranch. B A. Dail, the stockman, who recently bought the Uncle John Allison ranch, was in Sonora Tuesday for supplies and to at tend to some land business. R. W. Haddow, of Brady, was in Sonora Tuesday hunting for a range or a ranch. Mr. Haddow is representing Dick Sellman, the well known stockman of Me Cullogh county B. F. Byrd and Mat Karnes were in Sonora Monday trading. Mr Byrd lookh much bolter I than he did u few mouths ago. ( Albert Owens and Frank Rob- orison, of Owonsville, were in jSonoia Wednesday. Mr Owens was trying to rent u house to ' move his family in so that the children could attend school. Bob Can thorn bought from Tom White 1200 yearlings and 2 year old sheep at 2 per head. G .1. Stock, of Christoval, was in Sonoia this week wan'ing to buv a small ranch. W. A Anderson, county at torney of Sutton county, left for San Angelo yesterday morning to look after some legal business T P Gillespie was up from the ranch the latter part ol last week. He reports good rains down his way and says the range is fine. Will Adams, the stockman from Union City, was in from the ranch the lirst of the week. He was slightly under the weath er and came in for medical at teution. Miss Sophia Vandor Stucken left for Menardville and other points the tirst of the week on a visit to relatives and friends. Walter Whitehead, the 'slock man, came up from the ranch the latter part of last week, ho says that there was a pretty good rain down there and pros pects are looking brighter Misses May Bradford. Emma Whitehead and Lou Robertson loft for San Angelo lost Friday morning, where they will enter the (Jon vent. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Mayer and babies were in Irom the ranch 4he latter part of last week for a couple ot day's visit. They were the guests of Mrs. Ada Stewart while in town. James Robson and Fred El lis, of Eldorado wore in Sonora last Thursday and Friday Jim mie says that LIdorado is getting along nicely and is building up fast. 5QQ,OOQ Women Havo boon pastor oU tohoalth by Lytila E. Plnkham's Vogo tahlo Compound, Tholr lot' tors aro on flto and prove this statomont to bo a iaot, not a moro boast. Whan a modi' olno has boon sucooaaful In curing so many womon, you cannot wall say without try ing It" I do not bellovo It will help mo," pi&E v s&r.:ir Vj; M r- r fffa riNK HA 7 ?y M'S Vegetable Compound Ti a poHWp cute for nit tliro painful Ailments of Women. It will entire y rute tho worst forms ol Fomiln (Viinp'iintH all Ovarian trouble, Xntl mini ili.iti mil I I nrit urn Kalllng ami I)tnilirpiiiPiitntlit! Wntnli tin) cnneiiicnt Hpm il W i i!ncvt aii J is (in.uli.itly adapted lo win i "itnrn nr I lf WtBC ""r " c'Ih inn oirtx) moot ter IkOHF riblo tile lie IIIiipm l Mil M K Ml) Linn. 1 ''oiu r.l s HiHtnn, Mi Backache. Jt Ins Hind more rwo of Ilackaclin and I.uuiurrlin i tli m jnv otlicr ri'iumly tint mirhl Iiiki rkiion It U almost Inlnlllbla in mull f(. It iIksoIvcr and nziola Tumor.s (ruin tliu I'lurus in an latlyntUKn ol lo cliinniit a'h chiii Vt any tendency tocarirpr.iiiHliiiiii.ini prtfMte 'iur . p. iild t niii niiiitl re (IJHP iniitml i, 1 1 1. 1. .i.l luinor (rum inj til "HI v ill .11 . I i r. f tiled to Rlo riini mii it A limiiAku, V ttilalp, H Bearing-down Feeling "iVniiilp tronlilei enmiii; riln welglit, and bat ku lie, lnsl.inil lelievcd and pcrrna. uently cutcd by ltd u Undir all citcum sUntes il actn in liarmoriy with tlio lawn tli. it povcrn (lie female fyitttn, and la as harmless an water llirkarii" left mo utter tfcktne lb. leennil Iwllln Vour medicine cured in Iipii (locUim (ailed Mil Sa It All HnlJITEIN. 3 Ptli lllook ( uliaJnHt, IowcII.Mm. E. W. Escue and fc. D. Davis delivered a bunch of cattlo last week to C. and G. lhigolstoin of San Angelo, which they pur chased from different parties in Coke A social at the osidonco of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Buchanan's last Friday night was enjoyed by a large crowd of young people. District Court was called to ordor Monday morning at 10 o'ciooica. in. by tho Hon. Judge J. W. Timmius and Pottit Jurors sworn in and Grand Jurrors empaneled. After 8 days luoor tho Graud Jury found 7 in dictments tho naturo of which we fuilod to learn. Tho follow lug is a part of tho proceedings of the court which adjourned Thursday: State of Texas vs John Moore continued by stute. State vs J. M Allen dismissed on motion of District Attornoy. State of Texas vs Cy Price, charged of thof t not guilty. State of Texas vs Bat Austin charged of thoft not guilty. State of Texas vs Bat Austin continued by agrcoincnt. Suite of Texas vs Isam Austin charged with thoft. dismissed on motion of District Attorney. Stnto of Texas vs Em mot Stokes, continued by agreement. State of Texas vs John Lam uert charged with an assault, continued to County court State of Texas vs Joo Lambert chin gua with an assault, trans ferred to County court. Rev. N D. Bullock has been employed by the Executive Board of the Concho Valley As sociation as general miss'onery and colporteur Ho will locato at San Angelo. Wo regret very much to looso him as he has done much good here and lias many friends who wish him much success Rustler. Irregularity, Bapprnttod or I'alnlulMc.nslrualionii.'Woat.. ncM of the Stnnucli, Ilidif-cstlun, HloatiiiR, Flooding, Nprtoun 1'rottratlon, Headache, General llplilllly It li t if rami iiiMllclue I am thankful fur Inn yood It nan done iif Mm ) W J., 7U Carolina A?e , Jamalta I'lkin (llo.ton). Mara Dizziness, Faintness, Extreme I.amltude, "don't care" and "want to be left alone" feeling, excitabil ity, Irritability, nervousix-n, eWxiplenncfcii, flatulency, melancholy, or the "blues," and backache. These aio fine indications of yj'ije Wcakne?, nomb dorangement ol the Uterus s J" I Wit IIOuIiUm) with JillllllnFP, Headache, KitlritntM, ttwclllng I linbt Your medicine cured ine Jlllf tAHAII I". HAKP.lt, lluckniort. Me mr mm&MMMMJltitMMnMIC1lX1M1tMMmMMM First and Last. Glianoe Saloon, -. -. - . g The only Suburban resort in San Angelo. Ice Gold Beer, Ale, Soda Pop and Gloars. I 5 A nice place to drink, talk and hav'e your fun. I COME TO SEE ME. I fc.,nbn, T0L. H. DAWSON. B on Beauregard. Ave. PROPRIETOR. The whole Mnn, lioweier, Ik told In an lllmt ruled IhiuIc lilcli , Itti ruthliot. tie, the ninl complete! frtiteuu female cninilnlnti rer piihllihr,!. lor elcht vi. in I niHeted with oinh irrmhV and wan entirely Ciirid by Mr 1'lr.kl.ani'e Uitillelnu UttleUm, N 11 Kidney Complaints and liackathe of cf(ier tho Vegetable Oompoiind always enrcs IsmisaaMl The Vecctanie com pound in kold liy all drugslnp or ent bj mall. In form of 1111-, or lx)jrt,e, on ro eeluof kl.00. tfcrreffncrl nniuvffil Ltdla E. Plnkham's Lhtr Pills cure Constipation, Sick Headache, 25c. vn l.in ntlilrm In ttrleteet confidence. LTbU 1'. riNkUAK XL'U. CO., ! HERBINE. Pure Juices from Natural Roots. REGULATES tfie Liver, Stomach and Bowels, Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood, CUBES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation. Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion. Every Boftle Guaranteed to Girt Satisfaction. Pi ico, fiO CVnts. Nine- Tenths of all the People Suffer from a Diseased Liver, Prepared by JAMES P. BALLARD, St. Louis, Mo, JKWKMCK.Me DCVIL's R1VEU NEWS. B. S. Tavlor has returned from San Angelo, where he has been for several weeks under treat ment for cancer on his lin. He has the cancer removed and is in a fair way to recovery. We trust that his hopes and ours may not be disappointed. Lead or. Mr. and Mrs T A. Newton arrived from San Angelo Satur day on a visit to W E Newton and wife. Mr. Rend rick and daughters, Misse"! Cora and Zada, aro here visiting Rocky Wilhclin's family. T. B Overstreot arrived from his Pecos ranch Monday and wanton to Sin Angelo. He re ports line ruins and stocit condi tions simply outof sight in his section of the country. Kicker. OtiroH Cancer Hood Poison, Kui inj; SorcH.'UcorM CoHtH Nothing to Try Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deep seated blood diseases on earth, yet tho easiest to euro whon Botanic Blood Balm is used. If you havo blood poibon, producing ulcers, none pains, pimples, mucous patches, falling hair, itching skin, scrofula, old rheu matism or offensive form of catarrh, scabs and scales, dead ly cancer, eating, bleeding, iestenng sores, swelling, lumps, persistent wart or sore, take Uotanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It will euro oven tho worst caso after everything else fails. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B ) drains the poison out of the sys tem and the blood, then every sore heals, making the blood pure and rich, and building up the biokon down body. B. B. B. thoroughly tested for JJ0 years. Sold at drug store, $1 per largo bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured Botanic Blood Balm does not contain minoral poisons or mercury (as so many advertised remedies do), but is composed of Pure Botanic in gredionts. Over 3,000 testi monials of cure by taking B. B B. Sept. 10. Enrico the Italian refugee, o.ONA NEWS. Quite an extensive deal was closed in O.oua last week. J. V, Henderson bought Ed Crossen's ranch and cattle for the sum of $H.O0O so we are informed. The ranch consists of a 514-sectiou pasture, two good wells, ranch house and other improvements. The number of cattle is estimat ed at 210 head. Sam and Giles Sowell recent ly sold 111 head of old feeder bulls to M. Shannon at $20 per head. W. II. McMahon recently sold his ranch seven miles cast of O.ona to it Sir. Oliver of San Saba, for 1200 so wo aro in formed. J. N. Brooks who leceiitly bought the Gui'loy ranch here, arrived last week from Lomita with 100 head of cattlo which ho placed on the mnch. Roy Hudspeth on yesterday closed a deal with Von McMahau selling him 50 cows and 50 calves for $11.50 per head. HOHEU'I LEh NEWS .I.E. Stewart and Tom Chil dress were at San Angelo last week on business. Miss Eula Taylor, of Midland, is visiting relatives in tho Valley Viow neighborhood this week. A. B. Nunley, of Sterling City, was over last week. Mr. Nunley has purchased 4 sections of land in Coke county from Mr. Powell and will soon be one of Coke's best citizens. Leo Hamilton bought a resi dence and four lots last week from W. R. Boykin. W. A. Stopp came in Monday irom Tom Green county where ho had beon to look after his cattle which ho is pasturing. He says they wore looking nice. L. H. Brightmau, an. old time Coko county citizen, bJd now of Eldorado, Schleicher county, was here this week attending District court and lnnortod everything in Schleicher looking London. Malatestu said . "There is no reason for such an act in a country like Amori ca. It will bring more trouble to the innocent than to tho guil ty, as in the case of Spain and Italy, after the anarchist out rages there a few years back.' Take life as it comes, und make tho most of all circum stances, but for a bad cougn or cold, take Ballard's HoroHound Syrup, the best known remedy for quick relief and sure cure. Price, 25 and 50 cents. For salo by J. V. Harris in Co. Leavenworth, Kan.. Sept. 1 1. An agent for a big New York fruit firm has purchased the ap. pies in tho Wellhouse apple orchards at Fairmount, Kan., and Lees Summit, Mo. The orchards contain 450 acres of ap' pies, and it is estimated thoy will yield about sixteen thousand busnels Tho price for tho ap pies on tho trees la to bo $1.50 aud 2.50 per barrel. Tho high est price is to be paid for Jona thans. The agent has also pur chased tho apples in the laro orchards of John Stornes' and Mrs. O. S. Hiatt. Tho apples will bo packed in barrols in tho orchards and shipped direct to New York. The Ncuro. Water Vftlloy, Tex., Sent. 10. 1001. Editor Press: Please allow mo space for a fow lines in your paper concern ing tho negro. It seems that Mr. J. M, Slaughter of San Angelo is de termined to relegate tho negro race, root and branch, to tho brute creation without oven tho least claim to bo called human. and that because a lew indivi dual negroes allow their brute passions, passions shared alike by tho entire animal kingdom including tho Godlikef?) Caucas iou of whoso creation In the imago of God Mr. Slaughter has not tho slightest doubt, to got tho upperband of thoin and have committed heinous, un- ti a tn cable crimes on innocont whito womon. I bellovo in giving tho Devil his dues, honor to whom honor is due, consequently cunnot see tho justice of condemning a wholo race bocauso a fow indi vidual members of such race so far contradict every princi ple of justice and humanity as. to put tliomsolvos on a plane so low that they am a disgtace to tho brute creation. Do not understand me to up hold tho rape liend, for I con sider no punishment toosevoro for such perverted brutes. But not the entire negio race aro rapists. There are thousands of negroes who have not com mitted any giavor offiiMs limn half tho white men. And what is more, thorc aro whito men who have committed crimes as black aud heinous as any that negro nen woro over burned at stake for. I shall not try to prove that tho negro is an otrspring of Adam, nor that he has a never dying soul. 1 will only suy that lie has hu mun traits und characteristics not possessed by any of tho lower animals with which I am famil iar; that he has a religious na ture, however distorted it may bo, Unit gives him a reasonable claim to immortality; that, in my experience, I havo found the whites possessed in varying do greos with tho same brutish in stincts that keeps tho negro from being perfect; the same passions that drivo tho negro to assault and outrage innocent women and girls. With those general remarks, I will conclude by asking Mr. Sluughter a fow questions. If Adam and Eve woro the lirst and only created human beings, and iflhe whito man is the offspring of Adam and Eve; and, if, becauseof his color and other racial characteristics, wo exclude the negro anil say he is not human, that he is not the oil spring of Adam then what are wo to do with tho Mongolian, the Malay and tho North Amer ican Indian, whoso colors and other racial characteristics mark them as distinctly fiom the whito nice as tho noyro is murked? Shall we say thoy am brute beasts too? or shall we say that God created more than one pai; oi human oeings ana failed to give an account of it in Holy Writ? For Mr. Slaugh ter makes it evident that they are not the olfspriug of Adam. If because the negro is guilty of rape ami other heinous crimes we Miy the race is not human, that he U, only a brute beast, what are we to say of the white lace, of our selves, if you please, in tho face of tho fact that whito nen aro guilty ol the same revolting crimesv Shall wo carry our couclusions a stop further and say that wo cannot bo human? That wo are only brute beasts? and thaf "there Is nono good, no not one?" Would also ask Mr. Slaughtor to let us know in some future issue of the Press whero to find the passage in the Biblo which says "there is a beast wherJ man can associate and r miWr. offspring? I do not St there, but havo n0 wcrolloot,oai oi sum ;aSftUg0 ana iina iwHsronco to it Hi ni'v lino since the rains. When you want goodwhic key, call onChas.W. Zenker he always keeps the best, no donee, concor- Respectfully, A Reaokk. Corn-huskers' sprained wrists, barbed wire cuts and sprains, or cuts from any othor causo, aro quickly hcalod whoa Bullard's Snow Ointmont is promptly applied. Prico 25 and 50 cents. For salo by ,T. W Harris & Co, For Salei One section of jand, woll im proved, 7 miles west of Sun An gclo. Apply to W. W. TKItKY 1 y i it, str, & M? I ul",. It ' r.i. ,. .i s&at' f 'B ' . ' 1 - ,J& '' "-' ' lfi" f :. ' .iJHfctifcf. BmMRB 5 IBIKr 4 ifi V . 3yOvuakkmmBa!XilLJl VlBUHIHRr IV!?llKwffikl i SijCvtkMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmmmBmBlKSSkmYliilM ' r . feKy v1 f I I 2. ' '" nari sazr.riEs?