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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

KNOW. mMiiimmii p. A. King was visiting Tuen- day ¡n Bren ham. Hord Ilrandenburg paid a visit to Brown wood during the boli- day . Mis* Fannie Stone spent the Christinas* holidays visiting in Brenbam. J. C. Sale and family have lately moved to Culvert where they will make their future home. Hon. W. B. Garrett, of Bren- ham, was in Caldwell Thursday attending to some court matte's. | does, occasioned a great deal of W ill Carroll, of Tyler, spent j "U)vintf bol>t and numerous bus- scvrral days during the holiday i nv * changes, and no doubt week with home folks and friends Nhere wi!1 he others to record in the near future. Jenkins & Jenkins have lately bought tne interest of Mrs. Mc- dd.e Herbst who for some time with Herbst & Windhausen left for Brenbam Sunday where he will remain, serving as book keeper for a firm there. Miss Ida and Sam Murray, of Lampasas, spent Christmaa with home folks here. Miss JSlenor re- turning with Sam last week. In response to a telegram stati...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

§®|f mlr Ü. i, D. C.„ Dec. 30. Editor Nkwü-Chmoniclk: Senator Cockrell, the leading democratic member of the senate committee on military affair*, strongly oppose the republican —imperialistic, in reality—plan for a large standing army and will fight it every time its head is shown. He said on the sub- ject: "The army establishment is provided for until July 1,1901. and there is no necessity for leg- islation at this session on the sub- ject. This gives us a year and a half to consider the matter and decide what had best be done. I am in favor of slightly increasing the artillery arm of the service, to take care of our sea coast forti- fications, but I do not think there is now, or will be in the near fu- ture, any occasion for a perma- nent increase in the number of infantry or cavalry regiments above that which has been pro- vided for by law for a number of years." The republicans are too ahrewd to make any move toward legislation for a large standing army until after the presiden...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

■v H«mv «a. When Whisker was taken out ot hi box, in which he had come front Button to York Beach, «11 the Waynes, including JÜ-year-old Charlie, who u'g blind, declared he wa* the hand- soini'rt kye-terrier they had ever wen. Even Mumrnu Wayne, who had inure nerves than the knew how to take eare of, und who detected the barking of a dog more than any other noirti, ffll in love with Whiskers. Wbilkers came the first summer the Wuvne* lived in their new bouse on Nubble bluff. Though the novelty of having him about soon wore away, Mr;. Wavne did not losi* her interest and let In* barking ra?p her nerve*. When she saw how Claude loved him and how Mr. Way nc liked to have him trot at his heel.'- while out walking, k¡. forgot ht-rnem■ . She even taught Iüih to sit on his hind leg? and "beg" a'.xtid when he wanted to cat. That Hrst summer Whisker* romped #« much and ran sueh long ¿¡(rut.;-* behind the r-urriag-' when th- \Vayn<* *« nt to drive that he k«-j t t > arid good-looking Af...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

7-7 "«fif . «rood account of the shoot- occurred at Somerville a abort time ago will be found in the communication from that place. —Owing to tbe preaence of acarlet fever in town and to avoid danger, the high school did not begin Wednesday, but next Monday was set as the day for it to begin. —Number 3524 drew the big doll at Hunt Sk Joiner's but aa yet the lucky owner hasn't made Ilia appearance. This is a pretty present and the lucky person ought to come in and get it. —As we go to press, it is rain- ing, «has been raining and, no doubt will rain. There is mud in Caldwell of every kind, con- dition and consiatency. The weather is not bad, or worse, but simply, sublimely horrid. —It is a pleasure to enlist "Isis" this week as our correspondent from Cooke Point. Tbe letter from there is a good one, and it is appreciated the more because the readers have not beard from that part of the vineyard for a long time. —Morgan & Cottingham treat- ed themselves to a very valuable New Year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 January 1900

OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900. NO. 33. I*********************** 3>rom Our tfturai Staff. K Word to Our CorreepoedeeU. the yuite a crowd attended show both nights. After our correspondents have As the weather is dreary ho bad time to realize that the new \ the noten ] have dotted down year ha* its duties, work and re-j must be dreary; it's too wet to aponsibilities the same an the old seek for newer news. K. R. one, we wish to greet them with a hearty hand shake, as it were, HOGG. and wish for them a prosperous, Tc*a*. Jan. 8. pleasant and an unusually peace- Emito* Nkws-Chkonici.k: ful and happy twelve months. Some of our farmers have be- May all you tindertake t<> do l e ^un plowing, and everybody is successfully done, and may your busy preparing for the coming best aims and noblest determina-1 crop. turns be achieved in a way that w w Watson will mov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 January 1900

Mí IS* The Spiritual Man. BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. TtoSkkCMM. Every sympathetic heart has had a feeling of pity for the chil- dren on account of the scourge of sickness that has been auiong them in this community during the pant six months. Every thoughtful person has wondered why the children, who have done no evil should be permitted to bear pain. Every father who has seen the suffering of his child has had at least a suggestion of rebellion that his baby should be made to suffer; and every mother has cried with a dazed amazement unto God amounting almost to a protest as helplessly she watched her baby's pain. "I can understand," said a father to me the other day, "why I should suffer for I deserve it, but my baby has doue no wrong, and why should it suffer?" It must be admitted that we are here brought face to face with one of the deepest mysteries in God's providence. After the first sence ofbewildermenthas passed the devout soul will settle down upon the same rock of a ques- tionle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 January 1900

Il It. se Prof. 3. <t. Vlatte. fM Garcia. When President Mc Kin Icy tent a young lieutenant named Rowan to Cuba with the order, "Kind Garcia," it was much like being Mcnt to "look for a needle in a haymow." But Lieutenant Rowan found General Garcia and delivered the mennage. The edi- tor of the l'hiliatine, a little paper publmbed at Aurora, New York, takes Lieutenant Kuwan as a chucking it into the nearest newer, or of doing ought else but deliver it, never gets "laid off," nor baa to go on a strike for higher wagea. Civilization ia one long,anxious search for justsuch individuals. Anything such a man aak shall be granted; hia kind ¡H ao rare that no employer can afford to let him go. He is wantad in every city, town and and pr«che. the folio ..* ««7 ««. shop, . store and factory. The world pertinent «croion. K rie, out for such; he I needed. There is a man wlume form! ' ' and needed badly- the man who j ran carry a message to Garcia.— Old Gentleman- "Doyou mean to s.tv that you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 January 1900

jp ii Ib the Caldwell Issued Every VrMtr Morning. ion iont! fir.;:::::::::: •1 BO W w Caldwell, Texas, Friday, Jan. 12. REDUCTION IN SIZE. Owing to the enormous in* crease in the price of paper of all kinds and especially the best quality, such as is used for print- ing the ÍÍkws-Chkoniclk, the management of this paper has been compelled to reduce the number of pages to eight instead of twelve, as heretofore. The amount of reading matter in the paper will be almost exactly the «ame as before because of the great amount of space left vacant by the usual dropping oil of ad- vertising on January 1st. If you doubt this statement, find a copy of the paper of any week in Sep- tember, October, November or December and measure the read- ing matter in i* and then meas- ure it in this week's paper, and you will find you are getting verv nearly if not quite as much read- ing matter as you was then. When the ad's begin to crowd our columns again we will take advantage at the very earliest oppor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 January 1900

MUM J, & Williams, of Brenham. was in our city Wednesday. Attorney A. L.Davis made a *hort business trip to Brenham Monday. Sctb Sbeppard, a younjj photo* grapher of Lyons, made a visit to our city Monday. C. W. F. Windell left Monday for Rosenberg where he has been spending the week with relatives. Albert Murray has bad for a companion this week a very se- vere and uncompromising case measles. 1). t\ Thorp, a prominet citi- zen and banker of Conroe, has been several days of this week in the city on business and visiting relatives. Capt. Turn Williams left on Thursday of last week for Silver Citv. Mexico. He will stay there three >r four months in order te regain his health and improve his reK|5 strwt igth. Miss Alice Nicholson left Sat- urday night for a visit toStepben- ville, from where she will got** her home at Hamilton, and later will go to St. Louis to learn the latest stvles in millinery. Joe 11. Truax, who ha been for about two year in Mexico, ar- rived in the city W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 January 1900

I ' IÍí: If Da Ct| Jfttll S« Edito* NbwsChroniclb: Aasoon as congress reassem- bled the hammering of Secretary Gage for his favoritism in depos- iting government money in na- tional banks was begun. Senator Allen and Representative Sulxer offered resolutions calling for all letters, telegrams, agreements, etc., between the United States treasury and the City National bank and the Hanover National bank of New York City. Mr. Sulzer's resolution was referred to the committee on ways and means, and Mr. Allen* is on the table of the senate. The ham- mering will be continued. X X X Senator Chandler, who is one of the republicans who acknowl- edges fear of the committal of his party to the single gold standard, has offered an amendment to the gold standard bill, now before the senate, providing for more attempted bamboozling in the shape of a continuance of the al- leged efforts to securc interna- tional bimetallism. I X X Senator Hoar gave tbc imperi- alists in the senate quite a scare wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 January 1900

.'«■{I! -Hlíf Mllllnam at Hall Price i ¡y, ¡! We w ill offer all Ladies' Misses' and Children's trimmed and untrimmed Hats, Sailors, (iolfs and Tarns, all included, at half price as lon^ as they last. J. F. COBB. I Itotnf* of Importan* Interest and In Ooiid n«MKl Fottn Qiitherod From All Ovor Texa*. A SAW MIU ACCiDtKT RESULTS IN On* H 111* ! T« o H> kwlj Wimnil'd A I'ulH M' Into I rogmrui* M ny Mrr«n>« >f l|r|innnl « <>llr 4rnnnii the HUI -A llv«>o Nirnrh b| l.lght «1*1 0rnnii< meh f«- • Wl'llt ÍM 1 I' A dri'. ili.uiift«-r SO- ,< ilw !> K W ¡i:ml«r <<>hij « tu - null JuSliii .1 it 11 - ' gffftMtlr l.nj; If l«t Utrwr, «nd ■■ ■ M«t W,i!-. n. lb „-t ntnv * ■< r ' * ♦! t<"- f fttlh thirl\ f^t ft i it h"#tv ' > :(|ii t ;>;i1 " fMIM i i fíi nr And r<! tt :t ' -t jw#itr>n. «! <"?! * << . iti rtlui v: li ;H t ; ! ji tlw iwiiiil- r<-in M utn M leg «..* en '1 ♦>iHí r minri' * mi í«- ti ti-mitli tl fo thr \ tr Mji ¡Itjf h: Mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 January 1900

sfeí. jRfeSí! J®!* i# 11®.! m Washington, Jan. It— Commi - General Weaton has received Ike reports of the officer* of the Thirty-filth infantry while on board Rio Janeiro, on the al- poiaoning the men through meats. The report of the scgimental surgeon, C. W. Frye, has been published to the effect the poisoning resultad from and not canned meats. The other report is from Lieutenant Colonel Plummer. He states that S80 men were made sick on Ootober 92 and ,23 after leaving Honolulu, lound for Manila, and one man died. This was the result of ptomaine pois- an. After the experience of the voy- age Colonel Plummer recommends that meat for the use of troops be packed by persons expert in the pack- ing of fresh meats for long voyages. General Weston has forwarded the reports to Major Baldwin, the com- missary in charge at San Francisco, to develop other facts relative to the responsibility for the condition of tfce meat. Water and food ran not be lad. New York, Jan. 10.—Latest mail advices...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 January 1900

I t«: :P'• * ■ ;W®MI : -É J$#f "|fl ac 1 OUR AIM 18 THB GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1900. *" NO. 34. * jFrom Our SPlura/ Staff. ********* LYONS. |,\ HNS, 'IV Kli*. J .ill- 1' KOITmM X h w ü-C11 Ml is u I.Klf¿ The now presiding wider. Rev. Cochran, preached three very fine sermons here Saturday night. Sunday at 11 a. in. and Sunday night. Seth May field, the photogra- pher of Lyons, has packed In- tent preparatory t• ¡caving the city. The death of Mr*. McCowen. mother of County Cier. John Vic- Cowen, ast a gloom over the en- tire community. Although she had been m very Had health for two or three year-- and expected to pans aw.n at any time, ¡t was quite u *ho. I. to her many frends, Mr . A. C.tabow, oi < . !- \%eü. WHH >n the cit v visiting re.- alius the past wt i U. Charley Keesc i* down with fljca *les. Mr1*. A 1 i • A i m - was v i \ nick the past week, hut glad to rep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 January 1900

The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF O. RAY. If Christ CmmI* C«Mw«M. He would not spend Sunday afternoon reading* the Houston Post or the Galveston News. He would not be found loafing around a saloon. He would not enjoy a danqf or ¡ a theater. He would not spend a moment, of time in criticising, defaming and seeking to obstruct men who are trying to do good. Saloon keepers, gamblers and all that tribe would dislike Him and tell all manner of lies about Him. He would not return evil for evil, but would always be ready to do good to those who had defamed Him and despitefully used Him. If He preached, many non-spir- itual church members would wince and demand a less caustic ministry. He would not be popular. He would give no just occasion for offense, but as it was in the be- ginning so it would be now that many would "hate Him without a cause." He w|>u¿d seek with voice, pen, vote anaiiffluencc the prohibition of the liquor traffic. He would not support wicked men for public offic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 January 1900

§PP!1 Sc prof. 3. C. Matte. ji little kingdom I ponte . Where thought and feelings dwell, And very hard I find the tank, Of governing It well. Kor pa**ion* tempt and trouble tne, A wayward will ml lead , And aelH hue it* shadow casts (Hi all my word and deed . How can Í learn to rule myself ? To be the child 1 should? Honest and brave nor even tire Of trying to be good? How can 1 keep a sunny soul To shine along life's way? How can I tune my little heart To sweetly «ing all day? Hear Father help me with Thy love That casteth on' in y fear, Teach me to lean on Titee and feel That Thou art very near. Tlut no temptation U unseen. No childish grief too «mall. Since Th<>u with patience inhnite. Doth «xjothe and comfort all. 1 do not ask for any crown. I hit thai which all may win. N.,r seek toe nnjtier any w i Id K*cept the one within. He Thou my guard until 1 find. ke<S by a tender hard, Thy happy kingdom in tu > <•!( * And dare to take command. Mi Uto ft. I When only fou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 January 1900

mmm |Í:M [Hi HI [MD ■HI WW iv. W. Wootton will preach 'ellow Prairie next Sunday morning ul the usual hour and at Caldwell at night. —Tonight (or last night by the Nkws Chkoniclk) there is to be an Epworth League sociable at the Methodist parsonage, and the young Leaguers, and their friends, are expecting to have a happy time. — The newly elected officers of the Epworth League were in- stalled Sunday evening last in very appropriate exercises by the retiring president. F. H. Hitchcock. One application for membership was received. The League meets every Sunday af- ternoon at 3 o'clock. —The old bank building has lately undergone a complete change on the inside, and D. Levi has given a dear demonstration of his belief in expansion bv mov- ing part of his stock to this build- ing. He will carry on his busi- ness in both these bouses in the future, having them connected by two large arches. —The citizens of Brenham are going to have a prize fiddling con- test Friday evening, February 9t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 January 1900

% wSi\* yjL >p "I'l'Hiii'i'in^rtwhjpi.-.. ifcj • >>*k&jiiÉWiwu&Éiirttt<éwa ICHAHOU. There i a fixed law of nature that it required ex erase and ac* tiun to produce growth and de- velopmcnt. There Is no one who will dispute thin, an illustrations arc too numerous and familiar. But this law i never thought of as applying only to the physical man, or to our bodiea. Of course, its workings are beat seen there and noted, but in it not possible that the effects of this law are felt and discernable elsewhere, in our spiritual make- up. for instance'/ Any one who! han thoughtfully read Drum-j mond'h great masterpiece, "Na- tural Laws in the Spiritual j World," will doubt that our spir- itual being in worked on by forces in the natural world, and especially is that nature spir-j rtual) subject to tin great and paramount law of action. So w, rk and cKcrci* e are absolutely necessary to proper growth and #y in in et r ica 1 d e v e)op in e n t. While such attribute* of our ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 January 1900

. i w te, - THE CALDWELL TEXAS, JANUARY 19, CALDWELL NEWS-CMOMCU. mm a jtMCii • uní . MIST. JR., f. NOUSfOW «OMAN, Eitnwl tu the Caldwell poatoflce ■ mc- uad-olMa matter. iMUod Every Friday Morning. VM Sabacrtptloa Rates. ft «o 75 loffi':::;:-::::::::::::::::.:::::: 2 Advertíalas Rato th'no reduction All tulvertUlngon flrtit pa«o will booharvod Mcontd per Inch si ruin lit, with uo reductli for laryo <!*• Display ndi one insertion twenty cento l er tnefi! two Innertlons thirty-flve cents per Inch; one month sixty cenUi per Incb. Local rates seven and one-half cents per line first Insertion and five cents per line each subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of entertainments |rl*en for reunions, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. Legal notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred words first Insertion and 50 cents per hun- dred words each subsequent Insertion. The Nbws-Ohrohjci.k desires a corres- pondent at every nostolfloe In the county...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 January 1900

«««««MM Hodges, whom now teaching at Davidson' switch, spent Saturday and Sunday in our town with friends. Miss Clara Matthews left Thursday morring for IIunts- ville where she goes to take charge of a class in art. Rev, Weems Wootton attended the meeting of district stewards Born: - To Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hale. Jr., Thursday of last week. a girl- Miss Norrie Brooks, of Klgin, ;s visiting Mrs. T. F. Gilley, who ¡h one of her old friends. Kev. J. W. Smith went Satur-J ¡n Brenham last Thursday night day to Maya field to till his regu-l Bd preached an able sermon. br ,«mi-monthly appointmentj K> H> Hitchcock attended the ther-e, | meeting of district stewards of Miss Maud Alexander, who is ¡the Methodist church in Bren- teaching at Tunis, spent Satur-|'la,n the latter part of last week, day and Sunday at her home in Miss Jcnn¡(, Mac 8miu, t'11' c,t-v' turned Monday morning from Judge A. \\ . Mel ver lett yes-1 her home at Palestine where she terday afternnoon for a vis.i to has be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 January 1900

1 IIIPPPBBHH . fl-l#* V,;, ; > V ( ' My ft'y '■ Washington, D. C., Jan. 12. Edito Mbwi-Chbonicls: Imperialism, as everybody who tas read of Julius Cesar and Na> poleon Bonaparte knows, is al- ways accompanied by spread- eagleism. It is one of tbe meth- ods of imperialists to dazzle the •yes of the people with glittering words and promises so that they will be unable to see the many and glaring evils of imperialism. Therefore, the spreadcagle speech in favor of tbe adminis- tration's Philippine policy, made by Senator Beveridge, of Indiana, was not a new policy, but merely a revival of one as old as imperi- alism itself. Mr. Beveridge, al- though a young man, is an orator of the old school, a master of dic- tion, and a painstaking elocution- ist. So his speech sounded well. But bis facts and his logic were somewhat shaky. Senator Hoar said that practically every state- ment of fact made by Mr. Bever- idge was refuted by official re- ports from Admiral Dewey, Gen. Otis, and othe...

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