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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

= í ;":-wi SltW IHt AMAtAWlHOSOSPMOWJS. Itrrlh MmmIw KMM ««Mb • tot** •im to T( «General Fagan, in Saturday Blade. The awful umaranthotfOHpho rus, «o often mentioned by Bui- mare in one of hit* inimitable creation*, haa been auppoaed by Hcientiatfi to be extinct. Both Cuvier and Blumenthal doubted whether man would ever be able to Mccure a complete npecimen of thin moat interesting of all mon- sters. Since tUeir day, however, a fragmentary skeleton brought from the Mountain of the Moon in equatorial Africa, by (ierard, the lion slayer, has been placed on exhibition at the Jardín des Plantes in Paris. This, with the tusks and great maxilary, now in possession of the Duke of York, formed the sum total of man's knowledge of this wonder- ful animal until very recently. 4lov. Swineforth, of Alaska, has vehemently maintained that many large animals, including the amaranthogosphorus, are yet alive and prowling through the deep forests in the valleys of the ¡ tributaries of the Yukon, and e...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

!« T. A. Low & Sons. Bretiham, Texas, Carry everything in the vehicle line. Two to three carload to nelect from. tjuick «ale enable* u* to make price* riirht. If you want a Buggy. Surrey, Phaeton, jump cat, Road Wagón, or anything oil wheel . It will pay you to see our tock before buying. Our Adriance Buckeye Mower and Thomas Hay Rake- have no equal; and you can alwav* get the extra from our «helve*. We carry the extra fcr all South Texa for the Adriance Buckeye. Office and buggy house south of and near the pa cnger depot. Every- body cordially invited to examine our atock. If we cannot sell you better good for lean money we do not expect you to buy. T. A, LOW 8r SONS. A SCVERC STORM KHD FLOOO. i Rain (hi* Week Said to be the Heaviest Ever Seen in this Section. Land For Sato. •MR acre of timbered land, six mile northeast ot Nacogdoches, Texas, for sale at a bargain, for cash or on easy terms. Or will exchange for other desirable The long-continued drouth was broken this week by ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

1 The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. I watt delighted to meet, while at Hamilton, Bro. Taylor, a for- mer Presbyterian pastor here. IlelivcHat Hico and divides his time between that place and Ham- ilton. 1 am glad to nay to his many friends here that he has a most delightful field and seems happy in it. He was with us dur- ing mostjif the Hamilton meeting and cordially co-operated in the work. > >«««« About the Meeting. yourselves friends by means of the mammon of unrighteousness, that when it shall fail they may receive you into everlasting tab- ernacles ? <R. V.) That is to say, if a man invests his money in having the gospel preached to the world, and many people arc converted through the means of thought* to things internal, and you will And the Kingdom of God will enter into you. For the Kingdom of God is righteous- ness. peace and joy in the Holy Ghost, and this is not given tc the unholy. Christ will come to you, if you prepare Him a worthy mansion within....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

NEWS-CHRONICLE.. JOmtH, tdrHrt w** IUUr«d ta ti Caldwell pnatoüe* a ItM Batter. g Sabacriptioa Ratos. YHT .... M nth« . r Mnnin* Month* Advertising #•*•* All adwrtHlnsrati <lr t p;i*e will bechanrfd fernU p«r Inch tr ubt, with n«> reluct Ion tor law ad*. ntapiitjr ad* one Insertion twenty cent* mm Ineh: two insertion thirty-Are eeaU mm Inch; one month titty cent* per lack. sponsible for «Old Citizen's lack of information on this subject. He may, if he wishes, go to the trouble of ascertaining whether they are run in connection with some other business or not. We don't care. They are free wagon yards. That is sufficient for us —and for the farmer. The cost figured up by our cor- respondent could easily have been placed higher if he had figured on a brick bouse and nice iron-barre*. fence twelve feet high and with a fancy crest. The water trough might also be enameled wrought = Thk Temple Tribune is the We this week received a most only paper coming to our ex-1 munificent offer ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

."C'Ci exposure of a national scandal and firing him from the new com- misnion, the administration got him to write a letter saying that he had been misquoted by the newspaper that printed the ex- posure, and waa glad to let it go at that. The new commiaaion met laat week, authorized the ap- pointmcnt of committeca, and ad- journed to meet again, in Waah- ington, July 6. There ian't the alighteat doubt about the position of Representa* tive Lent/, of Ohio, on national issues. He said of the national outlook: «The only thing that can keep Mr. Hryan from being pres- ident of the United States is for WA9NM6I0N MEWS LCIICR. Washington, U. C„ Juue t<*. Epitokh Nawn-CHKomci.it: At last war department officials admit the truth as to the situation in the Philippines; that there ia more lighting and lots of it ahead for our troops; that the alleged peace commissioners of AguinaU do, who were feted and enter- tained in Manila by our civil com- missioners, pulled the wool over our men's eye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

W: Educational S)epartmcnt. St prof. 3. «. VDatte. Continued. WnM to P. A. The Elies and Dennises of tbi | ble raise it a* high at a complete | pended but promptly executed, generation have «cabbaged all university course. That, when where they don't bother as much of Uncle Sam' gratuitous farm coupled to an unspotted charac- about passing a lot of ordinances worth having, and if we secure ter, is worth a fortune, and I am as they do to enforcing those al> one for ourselves we must hustle i sure when gray hairs adorn the i ready on the records. for it—and the man with muscle • parental brow and life's acts are ability to use machinery, his abil- ¡alone «ill stand but little chance, rehearsed in memory's chamber, .The work of education i the I '*5 chao^e vocation, and hi.; when pitted a^ain.t brain uu .. thin w.ll give more picure \ Seville, Tex.. June 24. «reel work oí helping individu-,ability to proBt by n.in* apecifi- muacle comb.ned. ; than tb« con.aou.ne. of b.v.ng McHu|{h o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

V Mlllivn/ A * * A A A V /\ A ■ ^ ■ On account of our annual in- ventory, July lit, we will sell all goods at cost from May 31st to June 30th. To assure the public that this Is a real bona fide sale, we herewith exhibit our cost mark. Nothing reserved. Everything goes. This is no fake sale. Bring a copy of this ad with cost mark for reference. Below is our cost mark: o <> o o *.> o IMRfY-DAY COSI SALE! SWITZERLAND 1 234567890 EXAMPLE. To find cost of goods i SND it $1.00. ZN is 50c> WDN is $2.20s WZ is 25c. D. LEVI, Leader In Cut Prices, Caldwell, Texas. l|l t|l l$l Il|l l|l l$H$l l|l l$l ifrt$t«$1 l|l l|l l$l l$l l|l ifl if I PEOPLE YOU KNOW *n. if WW Miss Keseling, of Hrenham. is visiting Miss Kosa Struwe this week- Mrs. (\ S. William* left last week for an extended visit to M t-m phis. The Nli-ses Car ring ton, of Hrenham. are visiting relatives in the iit\ this week. Will Lackey, v. ho taught the past vear at Mavstield is now at home, returning last Friday. Mr. and M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

i ~ ¡v' I m fié:. TLhc treasure of Santa Vosa "Reef. •••••••• #? claren herbert dew. (Copyrighted.) í # t + # # # * * *#* CHAPTER IV. Ser «rita Palacio asked me at breakfast if I could play accompani- ment on the piano, explaining that she had brought a number of ong acd wished to try them. This teemed a favorable opportunity for putting my plan into execution. o we two made a forenoon of it. much to Hal- stead's diigust. for he «a> more than I a littia interested in the señorita Mm- a-ilf. After lunch we had our chair* taken to a secluded corner of the after deck, ruder the awning and when our ac- quaintance had reached a sufficiently i confidential point—friendships ripen )fXV rapidly in the tropics, particular- ly at sea—I told her of the costume af- fair. showing her the photograph as I did so. She was immediately inter- ested and sv mpathetic. Put presently j fcer manner changed a little. She asked me. curioii y. if I were very fend of Señorita Dorotea. **Fon¿ $f hej-!" * ex...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

lIuMtsd wa too r n*oiiuble a mas to Hnl:w ">ore ihtn • ,tt,r *hare of the «•t, ínrlqni-? And you mint l t him wik *«ot that of him you in luipielom, '^■«rTu* soi'irty, much as he liked* nK l* t nli ht yo«i tllilf do nut you net* un a Iton Hllvt'iitre retired to the ^°w 1'dekly did he notice, and did you *u«hf to him Hire In *pit* of yourself? Now takt* below me, mid to el Capltan •fHV explain." The more I thought over what ah* hnd told me, the more f felt that my Iter; u>i # .nl0W¡iK-rooni ,lf,rl" «"Mn*r ,or tobac- co and ' ««-d*. I took ber aft. where wa «uuld watch the phospbor.seeut foam from tl " «crew und ta-lk without belnj overheard: for 1 saw hud «une- thing to any. Stir had been listen!*#nttentiteiy ta my conversation with the padre, and hail been tryluir ' recall mindry icrup of talk which -be had overheard between him and hi* .lemlt compan- ion; but b - fore men Ionio# them *he questioned me in regard to my pro- pomfd iuovementa after leaving- the atrumrr. "| li.-ar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

' * IJi '«p^ "Wí IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. as business should be done between fair minded people. No attempt at chicanery, no promise that we will not keep, ¿roods we cannot recommend; prices the lowest, one price to all and your money back if you want it. These are w of the cardinal principles of this store. no some A visit to our hat department will convincc anyone that we lead in quantity, quality and price in this line. Look at thew Prices: Men" «Big Four shape. white or black fur hat#, the 51 ant! #1.25 kind at "Sc. Men's €Biw' Four shape. white or black fur hat*, kind at #1.00. Men' 4 shape. white or black fur hats with turned goat sweat*, free of shellac and welt worth 52.00: our price. il.SO. Men' bi.ic* Al- pine shape fur hat , with turned goat sweat , well worth $1.50 ;| only Men'* Mack Alpine, full ha|>e fur hat , tine turned sweat* , extra good value. 51 *«). We could talk about hat- rijrht on up the scale t>. and including our line of Stetson*, but we haven't th...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OIJK AIM 18 THE GRKATK8T BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1899. NO. 7. ■« FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. 1 AMWUM*©* S «vtí-6'f **'<***• «* + • ?■ IWMliilt —' ' HOOK! RVII11. OI-ANVItif. JíKASvii.i.H. Texas, July . . kwtoks xkws-Chkonklk: CÍNUR POMI. Ckntkk Point, Tex., July f>. EDITOHH NKWH-CH honici.F: The Hood has come and gone, and a great deal of damage was done by the raging waters. The . injury is, to some extent, irrep- arable. but most of us aro glad to have escaped ourselves. The health of our community HooKi.vvtu.it. Tex., Jnh l niT<'<s Nbw'VI'hkosICI.K It rained. The rain did lots of damage in ¡ is very good at present, with the j Kroin Thursday noon till l"ri- our \ieiuity; damaged the cropsI exception of Mrs. 15. A. Porter,'! AiiS evening over 1A inches of rain a good deal. Some of our farm-1 who has been confined to her! toll; the heavy stor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

SP WASHINGTON NCWS lEITtt. V.'AS,UN «TOS, D. C., Juuc . Xuitoks Nkvv -Cmmos:clk: Unless some of the shrewdest politicians in Washington are very much mistaken, the death-knell of Algerism was sounded when l ov. Pingree announced his deal with Alger to try to put the latter into Senator McMillan's seat. Secre- tary Alpcr, who has just returned to Washington, is said to be as mad as a hornet because Pingree gave out the deal before he was read v to have it made public. He wished to remain in the cabinet and to make as much use as pos- sible of the many plums at the disposal of the war department before the deal got out. Friends of Senators McMillan and Bur- rows say that if Alger doesn't re- sign voluntarily, they have the means to compel Mr. McKinlev to ask for his resignation. Some think that Mr. McKinlev will do that without any compulsion, not only because of his friendliness toward Senator McMillan, but be- cause of his dislike for Pingree on account of his free criticisms on sev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

|P!¡ m HAND or Tin It, Mwwy Fewer fercee frmcm I Free Dreyfee. Secret Motor* §1 the Affair* el Ceelleeetel Enrepe. ► t. I.oul* (JlolK-HfllKM-rul. Pari , June 24. There i* an ¡naide utory to thi great oriai* in France which haa threatened and which even now threaten the «lability of the re- l ul lic, a atory which ha ju«t come i.ut authoritatively, aud from no leaa a source than M. llrunetivre. the editor <>f the Revue de I)aux Monde , and (■tie of the leading men of France. I have ju t had the atory confirmed from other «ourec , and it nhow that the new court-martial ordered for the nominal retrial of Capt. Alfred ¡írey- Ilindare not do le than declare him guiltlcaa of the churre made ugainat him. The ecret hintorv i pcrhap more interesting than the hUtory that h.i- been published from day today, f,.r it ithowH that it wa* not through mere de ire to «to justice that the Court of I a ation wa ordered to de- clare Líreyfu innocent and order the court-martial at Rennet to retry h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

S4.000.000 or I4IMSC. •4 tlW t UHtM BttaW '•* f ifM portmá LmI. (vert savs that the situation there is about unchanged. Three more bodies have been recovered making a total of eight. The ft MUS COUNTY. IlifMIW Mvd t «r luwwa la fhH = Cstton crop <l*tn*fre Corn crop "iamü'c • • Bailrua<V lo** Ijfft-- of vail *- couii'.if- ... muck. h.'U*c> orchari! . mel- on* eU Martin. Texas. Julv 4.- There I>eni oa, Tex., July 3.— There i very little change tudav in the situation «o far a the railroad are concerned, and >t will require fZ twu.ooo work of rescuing farmers' fami- " su].«u lies was kept up all day and most) has been the worst Hood in this , work on lrack and The dam- ** .<■■> of them were brought out. it is county ever known. * «•* «a.. - brid„es before traffic can be re- *>'■« believed, though it is feared that ¡age can not be estimated with,n to nofmal conditio(| some lives have been lost. It; thousands of dollars. So far a*, Lm cvenin(f the ^ --1 may not be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

f The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Ike MmImm •* SnWerfaf ta U >!■ <■ ■ Why do God's people suffer af- fliction? God is omnipotent, why does he not shield his children from suffering? Why so much God till affliction shuts us up to this one source of help and com- fort. 4. But afflictions serve a better purpose still in that they keep us from wandering from God. Job sorrow in the Jives of the right- j said, «Surely it is meet to be said unto < «el, I have borne chastise- eons? Desiring a faithful and in- fallible answer to those questions, let us give some attention to what inent, 1 will not offend any more. And Kz^kiel had the same thought to the mission of suffering in the kingdom of God, and that is—it increases the christian's fruitful- ness. Our Savior said: «I am the true vine and my Father is the husbandman. Kvery branch in me that beareth not fruit he tak- eth away, and every branch that beareth fruit he purgeth it that it may bear more fruit. And in Heb....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

NEWS-CHRONICLE.. * J$Mta. téiUrt ltd lath* Caldwell pnsu>«c* u •* On the other hand, the bounti- ful rain ha been of inestimable benefit in many ways. Some corn waa helped wonderfully. Delayed ( onrtfottdeure. CtNltt MINI. rat KAMI? riven. Th* Sabicfiptloi Rata*. in Brenham in Iontu nth* Ckntkk Point, Tea., June 3h. though, of course, not enough to euitoks Nkw -Chkomci.e: ¡offset the loas. Mexican June The prospects are good for an corn, which has been planted ¡ other rain soon, and we will not |ver •i m 'pretty freely, haa a fine start. | grumble to see it come any time. !*reat deal of uneasiness and peo- 2 Cotton has enough rain to carry 1 The rain we bad last week gave P'c are eac'1 °ther and the ® j it over a long drouth, and some life to everything, and we're glad doctors a* dangers of con i say enough to make the crop, to see the farmers looking so gay tlrenham Pmt. The appearance of scarlet fe« causing a for | Advartttii^Retas. which were not over- over their crop prospect...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

JN'I „ath'« Companion. [joe wa an old fisherman, who (veil on an bland off the aouth- rn coaat, «Hiere he nerved an a aide and man-of-all-work to jminer viaitor*. A year or two _0 several young men, Hons of fch New York merchant , who been tiahing and shooting j,der Joe's guidance, brought L to the city. Kindness and [desire to surprise the old man M)mpted the boys' act. Joe, however, walked quietly > ut in bis clean homespun nuit, Lnifesting tittle surprise and [ss admiration. «Now, Joe, said oneof the boys, Settled by his calmness, «tell me indidlv what you think of New fork. Isn't it grand? «It 'pears to me too «hut in for , call it that. the old fisherman iid, reluctantly, unwilling to ungrateful or uncivil. «My thin has all out doors behind it the sea in front. That's1 [■hat I call grand. «Oh, certainly; but wouldn't lou like to give up your drudgery nd live an New Yorkers do? «No, said Joe, thoughtfully. Taint as easy livin* here, four uncle netn in his bank all IV, an' you...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

= ^ucatíonal department. prof. 3- C. matt*. E • WW L and nearly f3,- vagaríea, but calm judg dered by matare mind*. Neither fttt,<JUO each. So we can easily j are tbey isolated, for tbe beg in- see oor school property would ning of tbe educational law of J supply a fleet of lK5sucl «mea of ladea with a little higher From remote antiquity we find icbools. but in no such sense as use the term now. The great of mankind knew but little about tbem, and if they did know the advantage of an education, tbey bail no facilities for acquir- r aspir tioa for nobler living, more et alted position, or with a more r« liable determination to be on( each state are preceded by ex- i war and «navy queens. j body and do something in the n«« pression* quite as emphatic. The1 There is a yearly expenditure American life. . • sentiment they convey has borne for the support of these school It is no chance work that a how] territory was quite as era pa ic, fruj^ evcn bwoud uar com- of the enormous amount ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

*•" * IPS?? „ , ,,|P ■■■,, v ^ BBS «■hmhmíí MUMMUI—m I PEOPLE YOU KNOW «N9HM wr. I *MW# Wm. Harnett hod a very *ick chiM (km week. Mrs. C. W. K. Windell han been slightly ill this week. Judge and Mrs. Mel ver re- turned home Tuesday night. \V. A. Duckworth made a Hy- ing trip to Lyons Wednesday. Miss Alice Nicholson leaves today for her home in Hamilton. Mrs. Judge Huntarrived home Wednesday night from Hunts- villc. Mrs. W. T. Wellborn, of Lonjr- view, and Miss Alma Lanikin ar- rived Thursday morning. Mi*s Lena Chiles returned Tuesday ni^ht from a protracted \isit in the Kastern cities. Sheriff Curry is waterbound in H ouston, where he went to ar- rest a man on a charge <>f murder. Miss Loujcna (¿orinan re- turned Tuesdav night from a time weeUs visit ¡11 Williamson county. Mrs. j. K. Hartgraves returned home Thursday morning- from Itaska. where she hu— been far t\v<> weeks. Mr- . Homer Lamkin. \vh«> has been suftering with starlet fever at ltrenham. is reported von^i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

= É'¡" BE« IK'' Br Cbc treasure of Santa IRosa.tReef. •••••••• *? Clarence feerbert Dew. i Coj yriyhted. • CHAPTtIR VL Haísfad «pent th«? morning par* jpsselT in giving Diaz ordír atv^ut breaking oat the Yap carro, goinp ever tfar b*Us of lading with kite at if beeccfideotlj expected to reach Touoi! bay cd Friday. As tor tumlf. 1 fo - lowed his íapíreitioc to the extent of winning crer 4'.' of Ron Silrestre's dol- lars a'. Sancho Pedro, in tli smoWinj - room scd then losing nearly all back to him. This pot tie old erntleman In high jfood humor. V "e wtre petting fait eebatnmj'.wber. the wnorit came along forward and asked me to tell ber how «Wnmtioii* were takrn; she lad noticed Moreno on the bn :g<r with hi* «extant, and ma'!e that an ex- rose to get roe oat for a chat. It etill lacked ten tain ate* of noon, «o I fetched a «pare instrument from Balsteacl' locker and held it *<■ that •fee could see the ..n. like a re<í i tall. tklO'lfb 'he amoke'i Stw ccukhi't •rem to keep ...

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