The San Angelo Press. (San Angelo, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 43, Ed. 1, Friday, October 25, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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Wods Ills I)iumhtor-lii-liiiv.
Cairo III. Oct. 10. .1. R.
Bryan of Dixon Tumi. whore
ho is a bauUor und Mrs. Eva 0
Bryuu or Murray Ky . wore
married at tho Courthouse yes
terday by Judge W. y. Dewey
Tho bridegroom wus fa'.her in
l&w to the bride. lie claims to
bo a cousin of Willium J. I3ryuu.
Tho couple had been previous
ly married but as there was a
question of its legality in
Kentucky and Tennessee and in
order to mako the marriage legal
proof they came to Illinois
where tho statutes do not pro
hibitamun from marrying his
widowed daughter in-law.
Mark Twain has coin out bold-
lv ttirnhm Tammany Hall theoUl
Democratic stronghold but all
Indications ate .strongly pointing
that in spite of nil the sht'phard
will continue to herd l lie old
Hock in the same pasture
Dallas. Tex.. Oct. 12 Tho
jury in Collin county court at
McKluuey Texas today render i
ed a verdict for twenty thoiwinu
dollars in favor of John Flood
against the Missouri. Kansas
and Texas R ill way Co It was
claimed that Flood while a pas
senger. lo-t an eye a a result of
a cinder getting inte it. from tho
engine wnich he claims was de
Owonsboro. Ky. Oct. 1H
John W. Oldham a well known
race horso mun of Spottsville.
Hondorsou county was shot by
Enoch Clary and his son James
last night in Justice Anderson's
court room at Reed Station.
Oldham and the elder Clary wore
being tried for lighting. Tho
jury was out when the shooting
began. Enoch Clary used u
shotgun and tho son a Winches
tor. Oldham will die. Both
A Prophecy of Its Results-
Mr. Fredoric Emory iu the
World's Work has given a
broad and concise view of the
industrial coalition of the Amer-
icas to which President McKin
ley sounded the keynote of his
last und notable speech.
"If our future relations with
tho Latin-American countries."
says Mr. Emory "grow closer
by the inter play of forces of
industry and trade the senti-
mental idea of Pan-Americanism
-will bo no longer a dream but an
-accomplished fuct and the
Greater America will be at
once the largest contributor to
and the most powerful guardian
of the ueace of the world. It!
will be imperialistic in appear-
ance but democratic iu fact. It
will wield enormous forces and I
boa dominant figure in the world
but applying tho general princi-
ple of home rulf of popular
self government that has pre-
served the individuality and
stimulated the development of
our states while merging them
into a more perfect union. It
will secure to all parts ot a vast
international fabric the same
free play of expansive forces
that has made us so strong and
"Is not this a consummation
followiugour own historic pro
cess of developmeut. devoutly to
be wished? It we are to expand
as seems inevitable is not this
the form of expansion most
nearly iu harmony with our in
stitutions? If we are to be the
permanent spokesmen to the
world for the whole of America
would it not be best for us. as
well as for our constituents that
wo should act with the ready
and cordial asseut of all its
parts'1' Such willing concur
rence can never be obtained by
the lorcible imposition of our
will. It can come only fiom
the giadual blending of the
material interests ol every com-
munity with our own."
The Jell fie? and Ruhlin light
will come otl Nov 15. But no
heavy weight cnumpion will ev
er attain the widespread notori-
ety reached by John L Sullivan
the big fellow who was big in
heart and big all over. So. when
a man who Is known to be mean
and not liked by his fellow men
gains any mec'ul or distinction
that would be worn with honor
by u noble open hearted man
it simply serves to make him
still moaner and more contempt
able. Some think tho medal will
make them but a medal is a
simple trinket. given to com mem
orate some deed performed by a
man who was considered noble
brave and possessed of valor.
j3T Crolvn for the King of Fashion
Made smooth anil tou;!i in all dcsifilile colon ami varying widlhjof brim.
Turned orrr. Ixraml or raw edges
Mode only by HENRY H. ROELOFS 6 CO.
Brown nnil 12th Sit. I'iiil.-utclphio U.S.A.
f nril-lirnll imhIIiiii IMiill Mull l.
uiit tffiiiHtitr t'illuHti Mr tr i lm iri.
GEO. L. fBBOTT
THE LEADING LIVE STOCK
COMMISSION MERCHANT of
the GREAT CONCHO COUNTRY
If you have a tubing to soli HtU It wltn int.-.
If you wIhIi to uuy cnll or write me.
Olllco with J. S. Miles. SfN ftNGELO TEX
S J. I. HUFFMAN
HUFFMAN & CLARK
S REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK AGENTS.
Tot Causes Night Alarm.
"One night my brother's baby
was taken with Croup." writes
Mrs. J. C Snider of Crittenden
Ky.. ii seemed it would strari
gle beiore we could get a doctor
so we gave it Dr. King's New
Discovery which gave quick re
lief and permanently cured it
We always keen it in the house
to piote'ct our children from
Croup and Wnooplng Cough. It
cured me of a chronic bronchial
trouble that no other remedy
would relieve." Infallible for
Coughs Colds. Throat and Lung
troubles. DOc and 1. Trial
bottles free at J. W. Hurrih &
The San Angclo Press
is in position to give
clubbing rates to any
paper you may desire.
We append prices of a
few of those most pre
fcrrcd in this section.
New York Clipper
Gal or Dal. News
The San Auuelo Train.
The Santa Ke last night sold
1J54 tickets Irom Brown wood to
the San Angolo carnival. Thi
is perhaps tne largest number
of tickets ever sold at this &ta
tiou lor any one train and show-
the fnendly and neighborly
feeling existing between the two
towns. San Angelound Brown
wood's business interests are
closely allied and tho social lies
between the two are being more
closely cemented. Such oc
casions us this carnival tend to
bring the people to a hotter ac
qimintuuee and can but result in
much goo'd. The train last night
passed through here on time.
There were ten coaches com-
fortably filled and station master
Bass savs it was as ouiet sober
jund well behaved a crowd as he
ever saw on excursion train
I Brown wood Bullotin.
San Antonio Express 2 25
bt. Louis Kepublic
Far in and Ranch
Perminenll Cured fat
DR. KLINE'S GREAT
Na bit. .rr m.i rit. . u
C'.Aii.lfdliwii etrioD4l ir tit uitllt ir.tti.. nl
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u rtt rtiu wtj fkf tipr.M.tt aalrcu d-u.rr
rwnM IW. ofttQalftflinporsry rnlltMorallA.r
. 'ur .... rviri'ii pi'B.m. -.1 iu umct
IxMlilf Hh.iillon llll.ll.ll.Ul.lNK.ta.
931 Arch Street Philadelphia. K.uaJ.i is:i.
The American Bankers' Asso-
ciation on the closing day Oct
17 ufler considerable discussion
udopted the resolution offered
bv J. S. Davis of Georgia which
is as follows:
Wh&reas Tho bankrupt act
has hud time to servo the pur-
pose intended by Congross to
give relief to tho honest oppross
od debtor und
"Whereas Its furthor opera-
tion will entail loss upon both
the creditor and tho dobtor class
and tho general public by reduc-
ing lines of credit and restrict
ing business thereby checking
tho wonderful dovolopment of
the country promised through
right conditions; therefore bo
"Resolved That this conven-
tion through tho Executive
Council of tho American Bank-
ers' Association tnomoralizo
Congress to repeal tho bankrupt
In an interview with Col. A.
J . Baker our conservative bank
3r who is a member of tho as-
sociation ho said that ho fought
the present bankruptcy law
when it was being discussed at
the various associations prior to
its enactment und at the Indus-
trial CoiiL'ross hold ut Kunsas
City in 1H91 his speech was that
it would intimidate credit and as
ho predicted provo to bo an ex-
ceedingly easy way to avoid iiy-
ing your debts and yot rotain
the name of an honest man.
Tho opinions advanced by Col.
Baker have been provon to bo
true and the couatry would be
far better off to return to its old
Ofllcc on Cha'lbourn
Street next to I'roas
S Deeds ana Mort
5 SgcS drawa up by
San Angelo ;-;
Handle All Classes
of Live Stock
tr Will Render and Pay Taxes on Lauds. Will Secure
C Tenants. Collect and Remit Routs. Have Stnall and Largo
sr Tracts of Land For Sale. Special attention glveu to town
Sonoro and San Angelo
MAIL EXPRESS & PASSENGER UN&
Single Trip $4.00.
Tickets for sale at J. W. Kwnue Sonora; Central Ophjj iitoru Aneelo
Stajfo loaves Son'ora 4 a. tn.. arrives ut Sun Anulo .'1 11. in. Loaves
bun AhroIo 7 a. m. arrives ut Sonora ( p. in. Stuo jimkes through
trip every cluy Suntla) excepted. Good Fust Teams Comfortablo
TOM and WILL SAVELL Props.
Ft. Worth & Bio Grande Railway Co
iff Good Reasons
Em trnD TTCTTurrv
fonctlonal xnd pastrlc db-
ordert of the stomach and
contribute to the health of
the entite system by getting
every organ to wore.
x normal flow
the stomach and intestines.
gastric and intestinal pain.
at once and continoe to act
as long as food remains in
the digestive tract.
only fhre cents for tea Tab-
ula at all drug stores.
yn.mxt-Lm4iHA hVJUia ftKXa
trill no! bvajlHL TVntMsn rU inj wloi
lit on. tM rt"Kt uo wr u.tr-Cta
iff vl "-rtp-
SurvL'yinc Roule for the Orient
Haskell Texas October 15
Tho surveying corps of the
Orient road to be built Irom
Kansas City to Mexico was
.surveying iu the county some
last week but nothing definite
of their plans has been learned.
The "Sorghum Belt." so
called with its piomoter Mr.
Locke is alivo again and some
think this road from San Ange-
lo to Haskell will soon be com-
pleted. The gonoial hope is not
Edward S. Stokes the proprie
tor of the celebrated Hoffman
House Bar in New York who
shot Jim Fisk vice president of
the Erie Raihoad at tho Grand
Central Hotel some 550 years ago
it is reported is critically ill.
And though twice sentenced to
be hung for raurdor with his
scaffold erected he finally man
aged to seen re a now trial and
through tho unceasing eflorts of
his friead. Dr. Jas. It. Wood tho
surgeon he secured a verdict of
muiioiuimui uu ouiiu wwi . . ... AL ll.
years at Sing Sing and in 1879' Kn Jour "" ". " u.'"UJO
MM J" " " .w w w... ww
so dull for the saloon Keeper
The Stephonville Empire men-
tions tho fact that country boys
of a tender age are in the habit
of coming to town and getting
drunk and the paper scores tho
whole thing. Tho truth is if the
parents of these boys would give
them proper training they would
not oesirotodo wrong. If you
want to rid tho country of su
loons teach your children not to
patronize them. It is tho fellow
in front of tho bar that keeps
the other follow behind it. Bo
The shortest and mos'
direct rouu from all
North and Last.
CIohu comiectioiiH tnadi
at Hrownwood with to
and from Sun Aneelo
und Intermediate point1-
The best route
for Live Stock
To market Time and expense siiNt'il to puenjjer and nliippjiM ovor tliU
rout-. For Information rmiArdlnir rate- etc. upph or nddreHH
L COMKU C. V .t V. A. Port Worth. Tmxiw.
was released from prison with
hishuiras white as snow. It
was a repltition of tho story of
ingrt.titudo to his friend Jim
Fisk who helped him mako his
money and proving lulse to his
friend in his intimacy with
Fisk's mistress tho noted Josio
Mansfield which in tho end re-
sulted in tho killing of Fisk.
Stoko's life has uevor boon one
of pleasure even though ho
cheated the gallows as ho was
a marked man and one that
everybody had to repeat over
and ovor the whole storv so
now ho will at last have to be
judged at the bar of eternal justice.
.SANTA FK S1M2UIAL KATES.
San Antonio International
Fair San Antonio Texas Oct.
19 to 80 1901. For tho above
occasion the G. C. & S. F. Ry.
Co will sell excursion tickets to
San Antonio and return at rate
of &12.-15. Tickots on salo Oct.
lBth to 29tn inclusive. Limited
to return Oct. illst.
National Woman's Christian
Temperance Union Ft. Worth
Tex.. Nov. 15th to 20th. Ono
faro plus 10 percent for round
trip on salo Nov. 14th and loth
limited to return Nov. 22nd.
l'alu can bo Ourod
Why Buffer pain? Pain Is trying
to kill you. Why not kill pain.
Nothing kills pain cither Internal or
external pain so quickly and so
lloctlvoly as Gooch'B Quick Kollof.
Cures cramp nnd colic.
that he will be unable to pay high
liconsos and will bo compelled to
close up. Don't license your
saloons then curse the saloon
keeper for doing that which the
law gives him a right to do. As
long as paronts "spoil" their
children in tho raising just that
long saloons and other improper
places will flourish. Mineral
i'ulo Puny tlhldren.
If a child has u bad smelling
breath If It habitually picks ita nose
if it Is cross and nervous if It dose
not sleep soundly. If It Is hollow-eyed
If It has a pulo bloodless complexion
if It Is growing thin and lifeless
glvo It Mother's Worm Syrup und
you will rcmovo the cause of Its dis-
tress quickly. Then will its littli
cheeks get red und rosy Its appetite
und digestion improe and Its
health bo better. Price onlj :' cents.
No other worm killer so ellective
The Gallup Saddle.
5 J. S. MILES Agent a S
I Has just received 15 sad- Z
illos nf nhnvp miike. also
dies of above make also
three side saddles and three
boy's saddles made by same
people. He invitos you to
cull and see them.
I WAGON YARD. 1
E HiW Plenty of good soft 3
ZZZ water and It is Free to all. 5
ZZ. Curries in stock 200 bales of 3
ET liu.v Has good accoinmodu- ZSS
ST tlons and hiiiiiII OllOCKItY rSS
ZZ attached with u good wol- J
S I'Oinu for the wuuri traveler. S3
L. W. HOUSE I
SPRO PRIE TOR.3
Cord Wood Sawed
Cord Wood Sawed
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 duiKgUts.
Want ;our mouitaclio or learil a beautKul
liranii nr rich blucWT '1 hen uie
f 9 OTI DWWJTI 9n. frt-HAU. A Ct.t KAl.Hf
Proprietor of the
San Anselo Liven and
San Angelo. Texai
Good touiuti Haggles und
Bucks Can tend out pic-
nicker's or accommodate you
h 1th any kind of conveyance
-GIVE ME A TRIAL.
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