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", ' . wr 'v mifgmz "" '. ';V ?;' fqpfS:, JiS jpflK J-!' " "f k.- ' ? IS ' I T i !, a 4 I ft J ft Eil 1 The San flnoelo Press, .CUMJBUK.I) KVBUY OTUDAYIIIY J9xuiiAM Smiiii. B.C. Pa ikons SMITH A PARSONS 9AM A.NRRLO. Tkx Nov. 15, 1101. Subscription, per vear, J.50 The Han Anuuli) I'ruvi uliai to bu In hitr Rxjuy wrltti Uiu riHUintf puopiu ul tuu mem tvrrAor; ol Huuiuwmi iuxuk, utid live JOCUI liUWKptffLI ul lii ih ivrtilu Hvctlun u( country. lUuuiuums aro duvutiM to tttoek erowuiB, Mrdilurn ind Knrnilnie nuwN, 1 ti VeikpuiM.fi with Iiuiiju, lliuunlilui mill Unutul tslur Hiioii. IjueMlouH Hiid Information. Wiit-n ndvlcu or iDluiuiiiUii InuikirvU, uluuyn unuluiu two a hbdijh lur miMhku ui.u Mutioiit-ry, und jotuiuiwui i 111 lo cither tliruiiKli tub eel taunM ol ilia 1'it'u, or by mull ai hihiii uh CTtatluuijk'. Hiiuiily itcufttvi an above Isfiruuli'd, Alitor of 1'ruM, Ban Angelo Ih ii protpurout Utile oily ui u.w population, ory nearly 20bl) leot ULKJNU iiiu duii level. ivIlUll makes 11 an Ideal plucu lur tlio In vallu, iih tlui wiimii, dry iitmopher. 'j Dul loo nut) 'lur those ufleiiriK Vfeh uny vuufdi or I ti n j; alleetion, while it else rapidly cuius tlio ilieu pmlle or those with aybtemn loaded irllli malurla, it ih an Weal health tenon, furn ikheU by niuuio, ai llm forko ol tlio Jh'uitli and bonlli Coiieho rlveiH, two (truiiiim ul pui u Mpilii water. Iho land ul 'Xuni Uieon eounty and Uiu i uitt Conelio country Ih unniir paubuii Jor leiuuty, yiulUlne; eottoii, corn, oiiIh, wheat, ryu, barmy, and nil tuiiH of iriiltH mid veetablei ptow in abtiiiiliinrii, JL 1 yuu want any Hpnuial Infoima Uvu lui-.iunit,' landH, eaitle, i.ltmute, fceitltli or locution 'llm 1'ieub will rluuiy aid you U it can. bluiply en- olObu two z cunt Hiuinprt (or puntnue h wtuiionery , mm idilutiij 'i Ho Ihik Auhtln bpuitor. tlio Land Ayuut, will Iv iilcifiLii to ntihtuit- any fUCa- tlOll by tUlltrbIUIl(lt'IIIX! Will bull or iruoc, and bliouui Jlu vvtIVlUUv lo tibil ban Aiiclu UlhUly cm I and let tno bhov j ou tuu cotiuiiy. AUhT Sl'JlNUl.ll, '1 lie Land Atfclit, MAIUVAY TIMt-lAULE. VASSbNUtCU. Arrivus .1:520 U. 111. , LoavoB -1.00 p. in LOCAL Arrives 5:16 p. m. JHtvos .. ,.b:5:Uu. in. Kov. J. B. buuiulorsuutl bntlu, who wuh.ioruiuily Mibb Mubei JJiirp, lofi Uiuir nomo bt Pant, for ijlmiu to Uiko thu hold in uo hull ol tlio baptist ilisbionary jocioty. BisliopKoy lias just rein mod to bhurmuu noui a trip to iho Indian Torntory, whoro ho lias been holding conl'oionco anu is greatly onitiusud over tho pros pects ol thu Moiliodibtohutuh in the Territory. Walter Pinllipb was acquitted &t Weathorloiu on the charge ol billing his lathor-in-law. His plea ooing that his lather in-law camu hoinu early in thu morning pnd threatened to kill the whole aunly and he behoving ho would, flreti the iauil bhot. Michigan has becoiuu a great grape giowing state, and now von sells hor grapes in ban Jfrancibco. up the l'acilic const o Spokane, Washington. There ip one district comprising 1500 Vicres that pioduced this year 12,000,000 lbs., anu they shipped throughout the entire west. It is said that the Orange crop this yeai will, lrom present inch tfttions, be a whopper. Califor nia has a world of them; Florida claims to hold a full hand, and tho West Indies have trouien dous crops, so il corn is short mo can console ourselves with luscious oranges. Tlio Pan American exposition has ended. The exposition hus cot beou a tinaucial success, but it is believed the be no tits derived lrom it will buof great value to the commercial interests of tho country. Tho tlnanciul loss will bo in the neighborhood ol $3,000. 000. The loss will tail upon tho holdors of tho common stock, tho holder of second mortgage bonds ivud tho contractors who erected the buildings. FltH Can Hn Cured That tits ciiu bo permanently curoil by tho uso of Dr. Kline's Great Norvo Restorer is being dftlly demonstrated. Thousands of cases of tits, epilepsy, spasms, St. Vitus' danco, debility, ox haustion, and other nervous disorders liavo boon entirely cured by tho uso of this wondor fill romody. It brings im modiato results aud tits rarely occur after tho ilrst day's uso Treatiso und a $52 trial bottle will bo sout f roe to any sufferer, ox prossago only to be paid on do Jivory. Consultation can bo had, etthur in person or by mail, at tho ofilco of Dr. R. II. Kline, (J81 Arch Stroot. Philadelphia. r Morriogc in France. "It is a more truism to say that tho wolfaro of the Individ ual, of socioty and of the suite is bust borved by marriage and by early marriage, loo. The fact has beou established for forty years that tho death rate among married mon over twenty years of ago is less than that amongst unmarried men; and that the death rato among all married women over twenty tivo years of ago is less than that among un married women. The homo bo ing thu cornerstone of civilize lifo, socioty is enriched by multiplication of homes, and povorished when they aro no normal proportion to the l population. Only within tl past low years has tho world wide attention been drawn to the startling fact that the well buingof a mighty nation is men need by the predominance of eel ibacy. More than half the mon and half tho women of Franco are unmarried. The foreign im migration into Franco is great or today than tho natural in creaso of its own people Tho excess of births over death R in any year among those many mil lions amount to only about one half of tho population ol Newark, N. J. Tho result is that while other nations of Europe aro rap uny increasing in population, Fmnno is almost stationary While, a century ago, Fronchmen comprised a fifth of tho Euro pean population of Iho world, they now form only a tenth of it The importance of thoir country as a world power is not yrowing. MMwi I it I nt.titi t ii.i.i I Anirt mAKin iilVM UHVt IlitWVUHl i,uiuim;n.u lags far behind th.it oi tho lead ing nations, llowemply (s tho boast of rattlo pated orators that Franco will some day gloriously avenge the Sedan when shn can add only .'100.000 conscripts a year to the army, whilo fiOQ.OOO recruits are annually fin rolled across tlio Rhino! Wo shall speak later or tho mistaken mo tives, the policy ruinous alike to tlio citiron und tlio stato, tnat in duce many of tho French to ro strict thu number of thoir chit Uron, and half of them to go through lifo unmarried. France is today an object lesson from which the whole world may de :ivu warning and instruction on the question of marriage and the family, those greatest of so cial influences. Cyrus C. Adams in Ainslce'p. Never try to coax a cold or cough, use the reined v that un failingly conquers both. Bal lard's Ilorehound Svrun is tho greatest specilic for all throat and lung troubles. Price 520 and HO cents. Helena, Mont , Nov. 4. J. O. McOuaig, of Dupnyor, has do liveret' to Knight & Sons, of Raymond, Albortn, N. W. T , 7,000 sheop. making a total of .'17,000 purchased by that iirm in this country, having secured 5215.000 from tho Concord Invest ment Co. and 7,000 from Jesse Taylor. Itcilrr llraltli. Mottur health always follown a hho o( Moxlean Hoot Pillb. Hlniply bo- vaufco Ihoy oluimbo tho ByBtum of Hick- nuHb and oiiute maiwr ho tuorouniy anil completely. It In a bin to remain uoiibtlputca wlti'n Mexican Hoo' I'lllh only t'OHt 'Si ci'IIk- a box fainting, smothering, palpita tion, pain in left side, shortness of breath, irregular or intermit tent pulse ana retarded circula tion all come from a weak or defective heart. Overcome these faults by building up the heart-muscles and making the heart-nerves strong and vigor ous. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is the remedy to use. Jt is the best. "My heart fluttered all tho time, I could not lie down and would Ituvo faintinc spells and tremble all over. One bottle of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure helped mn ho much that 1 bouBlit more. Five bottles cured." Mas. O. L. Cook, UonYlcn, Vfc D. Miles' Heat Cut is a heart and blood tonic of unequaled power and never fails to benefit if taken in time. Sold by druggists on guarantee. Dr. Mllea Medical Ca, lilklmrt, Ind. Sinking Spells, Stokes Dead. Edward S. Stokes, tho noted murdorerof Jim Fisk, has cross ed thogX'at dlvido to which he sent Jim Fisk some thirty "years ago. and the cause of Stokes death was paresis, and now a colored woman cluims to be his wife. Mew York, November 5. Ho d Barclay, tho octoroon. declares she is tho wid- Iward S. Stokes, will portion of tho dead She mado the as- sit two was of tion "I sh my self, mnrria fail to thoy open his will. "Mr. St to II. bankrupt, a o are; trying to mak r ins ostato Is worth I ween $200, i 000 and $:)00,000. at least, and 1 1 snail limit or mv n ghts " Hav You Worms? Aro you growing thin and Hlrkly ? H.ih your Bkin a , air or Hallow tltiiru' Do you not orcationaliy foil a hol low HotiBittlon in thu nit of your Htoinaeh, or a queer (UetreHH In your bowolh? Do you got i-aslly vexed, nurvouw or lIlgoty? I' nimbly 5011 arc uoui'lahlng omu utoiuauh v.ornm, a lonKthy tajio worm, or olco 11 thou hand pin wounH, ttutt aro (IcvituUziiiK your entire h) bturn. You can expel tliem by taking Molliur't Worm Syiup. Nothlni; eUu Ih ho effeellvu. Governor Otero, of New Mux bus issued his quarantine procla mation amiinst Texas cattle, ef fective Nov. 1 tn March fi. 1002. IM1 ine din's I'Ucs. Money refunded If It over falls. Antl-Aguu euros Chills and Fovor. sainim UtBBBBUIW' 1 tJBBBBBBBBMBMrll: HlBBBHfillAfll'ijBBBBBBBBBBBrafmlf rnHnBSSSinllllHp" c,'ru l7VoBBBHHMmilAdBBflBBBmLJjl( ICaBBBBBKGaVHKOBBaaBaaK'U "KU'IW) 4hhhhhB PfmHLof the KHKFTit i vos UTrflBBBBBBBBNHnW W 1) O II k for Grant LUipber Co. Court House Square. - E HAVE A LOT OF FANCY AND W PLAIN EOORS aud at prices to suit. Sash in all sizes at low figures. All grades of Lumber and Building Material, and if you want to build any thing from asicd ton hotlSC, we want a chance to tigu re with you, as we make the price to suit S. C. JOHNSTON, - I MANAGER.; f ALL THE GO. J Jfc San Antonio XXX Pearl Beer. ytf Sold by I LAWRENCE GUTHALS, Agent, M San Angclo, Texas, f M Sonorn and MAIL, EXPRESS & 8 Singfle Trip $-4.00. 8Tieket for Hale at J. W Kn'nn-,, Sonora; Central Druir .Stor.', Angolo o... 1... a. .. 1 .. ... .t...... . t- t 1,. o .. r owiu iuuiuo ouuurifc i it, 111., .irtivus ivi otiu iiuiu o p. uj iwuuvim San Angelo 7 a. m., arrives at Sonora 0 p. m. Stage makes through tripB every day. Sunday excepted. Good, Fnht Teams, Comfortable Hacks TOM and WILL SAVELL, Props. aoMiirnwwi)Mrj Pt. Worth a Bio Grande Railway Co, Thu shortwbt and most direct rotih. from nil points North and Last. CIohu eouneetioiiH math at llrownwood with to and from San Angelo anil intcrmndlntt. pohit The besi roUic for Live Stock To market. Tirno and ox ponse saved to pasboiigor and sliipporn uvw thlu route. For inlormutlon ragardlng rates, etc., apply or uddresa L U. COMER, G. V. A P. A.,' Fort Worth. Texas. I Time has tolled around, the Commissioners' Court has tnot and tho Resolutions of tho San Aimoln Distiict Mfdioul Sucioty were simply referred to tho school trustees. Now. what is to bo done? Tho school trustees. Dr. March informs us, cm spend later on, $700. and 1 hat is I heir limit. Consequently, with itc commodatious necdodi or -100 children it is evuoul their hands are lied At present, Mr. Merchant does not havea dollar in the tn-asury, In fuel, he is shorl to thu amount i ----- ---. of $70, and tho touchers aro dis counting their checks to obtain rmidy money Rumor says'the Water Works people aro backing up a petition for general incorporation, which has been circulated but not sign ed by a largo number of old tun ers, which utouco puts a dumper on incorporation, stuco such a movement should originate from those who propose to support a city govern mon t and not lrom any corporation who are striving to further thoir own interests, especially when of a pecutuurv mil urn. Well, iho doctors have passed in their report and tlio decision as to tho necessities now needed, the Pastors' association and com mitteo of Indies representing the various lehgioiis societies, the homes and ino'licrsof San An golo have pradically concurred with their physicians in thy need of steps being lauoii to snvo tho little child riiii. The school teachers and every citizen that has been approached on the Mihjpi t for several weeks, each and every one agree, that something should bo done, but there ;s a Jonah in this question which exists in the snapo of Wa ter Works. Several merchants clitun it ' not fair Tor the merchants to he obliged to put Up the money, which amounts to $2500 a year, for fi 10 protection, that tho peo pleat large should assume the Son Anaclo. Texas. Son Angelo jj EnSSENGER LINE. I The School Question. m jj vljfij The Change of Life In the mOTt important porlol In a wo ann'ft cxIrIciicc. Owinf to niralorn metlioilH of living, not one woman In a thousand appronehi-x this pcrft'rtly ntitural eliange without cxprrli-neing k train of very Annoying and wine tlmcH painful symptoms, T1hs dreadful hot Mushes, vending the blood Riirglng to the heart until It ecoma ready to burst, and the faint filling that followH, Mjmctlnicfl with chlll, "H If the heart were going to Rtop for good, am nymptomv of a dan MlW. itE't.NIK Kol. gfroiiH, ncrrous trouble. TIiom hot ilnslicH are just so many calls from nature for help. The nerves are cry ing out for asMHtnnce. The cry should bo heeded In time. Lydla K. Pink hum'H Vegetable Compound was pre pared to meet tho needs of woman's ByMe m at HiIh trying period of her lifo. It builds up tho weakened nervous system, nntl enables a woman to pasa that grand ehaiige triumphantly. " I was a very sick woman, caused by Change of Life I MiflVrcd with hot flushes, anil fainting spells. I was afraid to go on tho utrcet, my head and baclc tioubled me &o. I was entirely cured by f.vdla K. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound." Miw. Jcn.nib Noulb, i BUiu Keyser ai., ucnuantowu, ro. debt. Well, all honest men and women will readily agree that thu pi ople as a whole citk , should pay for protection from lire, .since prncucully every house in San Angelo dpiive.s it-a susto nance either directly or indi reclly from the trade which sho, as a city, enjoys. And our ob ject should bo lor taoh and every citizen, be it men or wouisn, to help her us acity to maintain her trade and commerce. Hero wo are a city of between f000 and 0000 people, drifting along without any head or gov ernment and practically all afraid to mike 1 move, simply on account of distrust in one com puny, One company should not cut any figure. Buy it out, or let the city build a new plant of its own. taking the supply of water high or up tho river and do ii-vny with the n jcessity ol any pumping of water, for tho fall is ample to af ford plenty of gravity pressure to give us pure water and not so near the town, either. ll would cost a little more to put in a wutur works system to bo operated by gravity pressure on account of i or 1 miles of pipe mains, but once in operation, it practically costs nothing to run it, and water could be supplied anywhere in San Angelo at a moderate price with a pro tit. The present supply lrom that lilllo tank, which is only elevated about 00 ft on Concho Avenue, would not cut much tiguro in a lire of any size, and really is not worth considering, and instead of being to tho community a drain, as Need ham Smith says, thoy could bo taxed to become a source of revenue. San Angelo is big enough to do anything. A system of water works operated by gravity would bo a source of immense revenue, which could be used for school and educational purposes. Our streets could be sprinkled and transposed into avenues of buau ty and as wo grow we will have to have a system of sow crage which need lots of water, yes, plenty of it, not measured out by tlio gallon aud bucketful, to keep sewers clean. So let us build water works that, will be of some service to us acity something wo can grow to, since good u tor is tho making and mainten unco of any city, rcdeotn our our namo and the bonds out standing, lot all. especially inter ested people, "toto" thoir own troubles, since as tho dnrkoy once upon a time very aptly re marked, "wo don't need thorn nohow in our business." FOR SALE Tho ' ( I,. m Sonora Mail and Line running fro m ,OlUKU I ban Angelo to Chnstoval, Eldo rado and Sonora A good pay mcr business. consistin' of H hacks, -10 head of good horsos, three double sots of harness and all tho nocossary equipments and privelegos. Will bo sold cheap for cash. Address Tom it Will Savel. Professional Cards. QR. HUOHANAN, I'KACTICK LIMITED TO THE EYE. KAH, NOSE AND THHOAT DISEASES., EVES EX MINED AND 1'ITTED WITH KI'IX'.TACI.EH AND OI.ASSKS. OHIch up-tiilr- in Taylor building, Olllce linuifi. ! to 12 a, m.; and 2 to I p. in. SA.V ANOFU), TKXAf. W, il ALLEN. ATTOWNEV AT LAW. Sa Anoklo. - Tkxah, Will praellee In all thu court. Xotiirv l'ublle in olliee. )R II. WIGGINS. Dentist, CJohl Crown and Hrldge Work Solon tllleully done. l'holie 13T. Ollhv up -tairn in the Mnyfr building. J, H. SALMON, M. D., I'HYPCIAN. SUUOEON AND (iYN.lX'OI.OdlST. Special attention to Sin-ici-v ami dleeiics of women. l'linno !17 Oillec: U. C. Taylor building. Q( K. MAYS. M. D. PHYSICIAN. SUIMSEON. OYNIX'OI OH 1ST, Olllcu at Centf'iil Dm ."Shire. Itesl- ilunco Wet-t Twolilg Ave. AM. CAM.S A.N-SWKI(i:l PlttlMlTl.V. Al.VIN H. oii.r.s. COM M KKf JI AL COM PANY, LAW AND COLLECTION, All kind of at lints an.'j cbmiiiur- eial lit ijjiillon attended t-.i, No clmi"'ci in our lollceting d.jpurtinent unleso suecswhful CorreipoiHleiieo NolhIted fmlee ill the Siiftuv Hillldll)". )US. .MMiHKUIiY .t COOPFR SAN ANOELO, TEXAS. Olllie, Sun Angelo Hotel Up Mail. r.esiduiKvst. Dr. lumper Twohig Avu.; Dr. Miii'borr). I 'hone 01. )IJ. O. !1. LOVE. Dentist, SAN ANOt'.r.O, TKXAS Phono 18T.. Over KlndhilcrV. , C PARSONS, M. D. Consulting Physician. San Anoi:i,o, . . . Texas, Ue-ldenec. coruer Firht ami OHvo hti'eel. gASCOMB LYNN, M. D. J'llVSICIAN AND SUIWSEO.N. Olllei!, up s-taliv feiiiial Drug Store, ItiHldeiii'i). 011 Collfgi- HID, ril dellie plione No. 171. f. S. GANTT, Modern Funi;hal Dihkciok and Kmualmek. All Styloh of Ca-ketf and Supplies, Telephone, Store. No. U: HeHiIuuee, No, l.'IO: San Angelo, Texan. J. A. BURNS. Boot and Shoe Makek. ; Located on lle.nuruganl Ave., next . to March Bros, and prep-m-d to tin 11 out tlr-jtohisN work. San 11gok1, Texan , Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the dlgestants aim digests an Kinus 01 food. It gives instant relief and never falls to cure. It allows you to eat all tho food you want. Tho moat scnsl tivo stomachs can take it. By Its uso many thousands of dyspeptics havo been cured after everything else failed. It Is unequalled for all stomach troubled. It can't fiolp but do you good Prepared only by H, O. IieWitt & Co., Chicago Tho 11. bottlocontatosSli times tteWc. tlvx CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH "to. ub, CO' !' ff Nr-. Ah. in. nlmhli- I.nilh'k.iiHk HriiKKli. loT ( UK lllvHIDItN t'.Mil.lSII In II.. 1 klul tlol.l niwiilllci huxi-s, call Willi hlu ribbon Tnl.o iii .ill,,','. Itcrux' ilnurrMl ll. tiillaiiioiuiil IniMiiiloiK. lliiviirxiiirUriiKSlu, nr m-ii'I -. 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