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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 March 1900

ip fe; , THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, MARCH «3, 1900. k'i¿#íí T LAW. HKLD rO •£ CONKTIU riONAL BY JU8TIC McKKNI- A M M < Nru m« I piifiti « l iir ae Tela HitrilcuUr luyr U luMiKriini — Wai«r> .l'i.rr. Utl (nuiiutny Ha Klglii (i* tinturo* It* 4 unirwi'l. U'SftliiOfftou, Mnri'h 20. The u|in ic '"ourt («Mia)* rendered tin dwlMtoii tu tin triu t cum frum T*'van, *iyl<>tl tin- Wui- *MSl*i«rce Oil cout|Hiiiy v*. tlie titule «•f 'IVxhh. Tliu cuurt, uh uwiml, tlmlgiil uwuy af Un- prludiml {joint* at inxuo Mill CMItllU'il llM'lf to II uurruw lltH'Irt n, upiiolriiiig the Htali court* only m> Mr u* ibv prch> ill ♦.*«>> • 'n coiuitihhI. It wim ttiiirjiotl, among o tiler tiling*, hut t!i ' Wutvr* -I'lmi- i-Miiimoy \vu* part of tlic Jtuutliml tJil <t>iii| miy u* • >i|¡iinÍM«l iu l.ss- iiikI vhimmh other illegal ion*. were uuiile, lint Ui * i-«>urt <ltii not eut*. r upon ii general (ttx u-iñioii *f trUrttH, COlltellUIIU llM'lf Willi U o "IVmu...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 March 1900

. / te. Sp- m ¡fe | 1 RUST. JR. GERMAN. Etf.aal Retir. I la Um Caldwell 1 tvsiy Friday Karata*. WHAT SOUTH AFRICA Ng BAT. VImr ÍIMR Wnlw fltt* —*■*§ «MI German missionary who hat Juat re- turned from South Africa recently de- livered a lecture before the Berlin Geo* rraphical society, In which he brought forward the following particulars con- cerning the peculiar diet of the native aavages of the Transvaal, especially as ■oticed among the Basutos, the tribe which is now threatening to take up arms against the British, says the Phil- adelphia Record. One of their most characteristic hunts is the mouse huut. Twenty to thirty Basutos gather to- gether; they march off carrying strips of neta made by them for this purpose and, accompanied by a large number of dogs, about whose bodies different •Iced bells are bound. The doge make • big sweep round the countryside, while the Basutos attach their various strips of nets iutp one long semicir- cular barrier, the lower part of which la pinned...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 March 1900

mm v' ■< s ■ ;,i - jpg*' V".: THE CALDWELL NEW* ■ V INK. I don't know why Jay and I were no inckletMi iu> to marry. We had nc"h- Ins to live on. At l««*t. Jay didn't aiak* anough for twu. Me wu nn «Imt rielan, with experimental tenden- cia . Mrs. Nora Brandon, who rented a back flat down In the «tore Ulatrlct. let un have one room of her. and after Jay had finished putting nil of hie elec- trical appliance* Iii It there waa a cor- ner or tra left for the bed and a table with an o.i stove on It. Fortunately, we hail a big closet. I stored this as a sailor stores lil.i locker, and so man- an«d to live with a semblance of or* dor. We were happy very. Every morn- ing we congrululuLed each other on be- ing alive. We ate our breakfast of cottm and toast merrily, taking turns In thi> reading aloud from some book from the public |lbrary---our only pa- per was a weekly-and after that we worked until 6 Then we put on our best clothes, and w< nt out to a near- by boarding place to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 March 1900

¥:#S'í' : • K &V • II ü üí ; ¡ ■ " 1 ' Pnnrty if ma k MNBM wm o . There is aou^ftliini; about any object that is connected with n bv-gone ago that fascinates and i o teres « one oven tu the demise of reverence for it. Thin i not wore true of auvtiling t¡mu of «orne old print thai hut* come down to us thriugh mauy genera- tions. «peaking an une from the toiul) of day and event nnd cus- toms of a time long pant, all of which seem ver,y trange to lis who live today. Who happen to own a newspaper put/United one huudred years ago arc to be in a manner the envy of those less fortunate. Such a newspaper Dr. C. R. Skcltou of Dallas showed some parties. This century-old print is the property of a Dallas young lady. .diss Susie Madger. The raiue of the paper is the Ulster bounty Gazette, and wan publish* ed at Kingston, Ulster county, Kuglund, one houudred years ago. It* date i Saturday. Jan. 4> I*00. Its proprietors were Samuel Freer & Sou. The paper wax given to Miss Badger by Mr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 March 1900

brajd Ik Ditas. That1! duplicated in (be history of Caldwell* and Wf (he aamc old man, MR. LOW PRICE, is Sg •till working far us. Fifteen hundred £ dollars worth of embroideries, laces and inserting to match, all overs, etc. Every. thing newest and latest of its kind. Con* early and get your pick. i m D.LEVI ORIGINATOR OP CUT PRICES. vMmwmmQtommim iiúiiMMMnMúiM noon. Hím brother wan a popular PEOPLE YOU KNOW. II young- man of Burton, and hi* I ■ i r — m j death deel,,5r " « : Mr . Marie Tucker of Fort D. Levi returned Tuesday from j Worth, who has been selected to a abort wtay at Brenham. preside over the millinery de- Joe Schreiber returned Mon- partment of J. F. Cobb's estab- day from a short visit to Bren- j H«hment, arrived in the city hain> Wednesday. She is highly ac- „ . „ jcomplished in the millinery line, Mmm Carne Carroll .pent «v-I, " nQ dou makc man "*<" Vl"',iaft ¡ friend, in Caldwell. Miss Oldham at Brymer. D. R. Sims went down to Sealy i NOME FIMO. last Friday t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 March 1900

!wT£ x to hjwi hm. Ia t certain proportion of injuries to nerve , the end* cannot be brought together, and a portion of the nerve obtained from one of the lower ani- mal* or from an amputated limb can be implanted. Dr. B. Peterson has contributed an important article to the American Journal of Medical Ifoiences on the transplantation of nerves. It gives some interesting in- stances. In ono case a man was se- verely injured in the right wrist by a circular saw; he lost sensibility in the ¡band. Five months after the injury the transplantation of a nerve was de- cided upon. Four centimeters of tho sciatic nerve of a young bloodhound «ras sutured between the ends of the median nerve with kangaroo tendon. A similar operation was performed on the ulnar nen e. On the following day a distinct return of sensibility in the thumb was found; three months after the operation, sensibility was almost complete. There are 20 re- corded cases of transplantation of nerves. There were eight primary an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 March 1900

A ... . Fortify theT>od y against by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso- lute cure for sick headache, dys« pcpsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, jaundice, bilious ness and,all kindred troubles. "The Hy*Wheel of Ule" Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever be grateful for the accident that brought them to my notice. I feel as if I had a new lease of life. J. Fairleigh, Platte Cannon, Col. Tutt's Liver Pills Is s poor white man as good a* a negro if lie bcliaven hinmelí? From a time back of which the memory of man runneth in no wise to the contrary, it ha* been claimed that he is, and vet, the rascally negro politicians and the rascally white politician have peramtently «ought to excite the race prejudice of the rank and -file of the negroes against me in Burlenon county, by telling them I wished to abridge their constitutional rights simply be- cause I announced through this! MdUafey's ftiimflr of Base, papar, that which I now reiterate W«ld rub in, that ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 March 1900

—We beg to state that Burle- i county baa eight votes in the next state convention instead of aeven as we stated last week. Our mistake and the candidates' treat —Only a few bales of cotton are on the yarda and very few bales are being weighed, so it can be aafely stated that the crop in Burleson county has been al- most entirely sold and shipped. —The junior sportsmen of the city are makiog extraordinary preparations for a camp hunt of a week, and which the young ladies are receiving dainty invi- tations to enjoy. If their plans are not frustrated they will go about the first of April. —The Woodmen of the World will have a picnic at Gee Springs Wednesday, April 11. We un- derstand that this picnic will be for the members, their families and friends, and it will no doubt be a pleasant affair. Rev. J. W. Smith and perhaps others will make addresses. The Burleson Guards have also decided to have a picnic about that date and it may be the two will be held to- gether. —Our jolly friend,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900. NO. 44. S'rom Our fflurai Staff. % * ******* ********* YCLIOW PR 4IRU. , .... .... (food and it is hoped ihat we arc Chkikhman. Tex., March 27. to enjoy a period of health and Emtok Nhwm hkonki.k: contentment. On account of rain all farm Corn i up a good stand and work han been suspended the I looks well. Oats is good and is past five or six days. The «round doing well since the rai.i. Cockle it thoroughly saturated; the rains burrs are coming up a good stand have been «low in falling and was and promise to do well. absorbed when it fell except on The church has dorte nothing bard rolling land; but little if towards calling another pastor any plowing can be done this and as a consequence we are still week provided it does not rain without a preacher. any more. The bulk «if the col- S. H. Thomas while fishing in ton crop is vet to be plan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

i,- m m iÉuAtii'fi^!%yíraaS^ MNMM The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. §1 ■Y LIMITATION.' M: lili i ' ' Wt iiiife w*lS6§ • 1 í -v ■'TOStíí'iT. #'"• ti w In a letter from a lawyer in Kosse, enclosing1 $5.00 for the Jp^or^e home fund, is the follow- ing; "Brother George once owed some debts here in Kosse which be could not then pay. Long after those debts were barred by limitation, and when his cred- itors had no thought of his pay- ing them, he wrote that he had gotten some land and wanted to deed it to them, which he did. He did not ask for any discount but said he wanted to pay both principal and interest. He was an honest man." I do not quote these words by way of praising Brother George. It is nothing more than those who knew him would expect of bim. My sole purpose in mak- ing this quotation is to emphasize the fact that an honest man's debts never go ont of date. An bonest man may, from various canses, be placed where be can- not pay his just debts when they fall due, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

' ? prof. 3. «. TOatte. i alwav* a matter of «tur regret to learn the per cent, of teacher in conn tie* who take no in* i educational papers. Be- , probably, a* I oncc heard gay, that she learned her when she went to Hchool did not need to study any The Southern Kducational il quotes a teacher of high tag a Haying: "I owe my ince from school keeping ling to reading an cduca- ,paper; it net me to think* I have no doubt that hun- of other*, my «elf among the lint, can bear the «ame evi- dence, and yet how few teachers know the difference between «chool keening and nchool teach- ing. If the teacher* don't know, OM) there be any great wonder that the parent* and pupil* fail 10 diatingui*h the difference and ihe consequent apathy and *tag> nation in all educational cffortH?| As ii i*. the thrashing of an un- ruly urchin for a petty «Míense is apt to create twenty-five times more discussion than the me- tering of the most difficult les- sons by a cla*s oí thirtv, or a phenomenal mental...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

' ■' Uv'í/iR,, '*$d i-V-'í. '■ ,,,m, i i|il i «SilllM VteOTÍMi* lamed !«n Vrtdaf Momia*. Bubacrfptloa RttM. Year ths OtltUS . onth* Local rate Ha® trat ln •Hk sabseq "S SS Advartlalna RatH. Alladvertising onHrst page will «>charircd Icenla per Inch straight, wit h no induction irfaadi Display ads one Insertion twenty cauta «t luck: two Insertion thirty-live ceuts par inch; unt month sixty cent per Inch. it rate* «even and one-half cent* per Insertion and five cent* pur line luent Insertion. Obituaries, card of thnuk* and notices of entertainments (fiver, for re Union , «ducn- ttoMJ^wrcharltabie purposes at half regu- rl notices of all kinds fl.00 pnr hn 4red _ Brst Insertion and SO cunts per liuu* words each subsequent Insertion. Ncws-Chrokiclk desires a oorres- nt at every nostoflec In the county, n exchange wfil. fwnls^ tb^pagsnrt^ 1 ir aery and postage free. Will be pit correspond with any one on the subject. Caldwell, Texas, Friday. March 30. THE CHRONIC CROAKER. Of all mean,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

Wm^ M m in .rm ▲ hero, ud affiliation with IIm siderably confused as to what la dons for the mm of Mntsbing, or <000 man in sngsged Lord ethuen at Warreaton and COURT PASSED ON DSST CASK. OP STATS IN JAIL. • ««Ml -Ta Oil was atrnrb at si alxtjr float tbo Plfl about taavlng II It baa losa of HI have baas M partea tevprlae, with a Mating tbo quality bare H. Culton, March IT.-Ia atata of Tana agalaat Iba and Tasaa Oaatral railroad asd tbo asd Ban Aatoalo railroad pasp, Involving about IUM.NI of tbo it aehool t'und, oaart of tha Uaitod fltataa ysatsrday U Judgmout of tbo court of at AuaUo. «Ir. ludlw delivered tbo oplaion aad Mr. Justlcs Brown diaaantad from Fu of the reasoning, but concurred Iba reault Tbo opinion may thus asaunarissd: 1, Tha court of civil appeals prop- erly hold that the cases ware not re- to the Federal «ourt The petition of í'ie state did not a faderal que • >n aad tha reply to the answer of thf|eom- such questions did not tha caaaa renovable. In order renova...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

• • X mmi FAMOUS BAT-HUNTSRS aatlve r i hai a brought into cmnpetltloB with brown ml of Burope, In- 1 by ahlpa throughout the It ueually disappears—aa ex- of the evila of the Influx of f Journal. of the latter are such In Funafuti the indigenous bread driven from the village and almost exterminated upon the Met by the foreign rat; In many [I Island* It ha been .completely out. Even more deadly «h has been carried on sgatost It ths domestic cats, which, orglnally ; over by apasionarles and after- migrating to the buah, have of service In destroying the In the old daya, when un- rats literally overran most of the ialanda of the Pacific. The natives ahoot the rats for sport. Fanna gooma. or rat shooting, as practiced on Hoonga In tha Tonga group, apparently was an amusement reserved for chiefs, and waa undertaken with much ceremony. Attracted by bait previously dlstrl- butad, the rats were shot with formtd- unfeathered arrows six fast long, gums was not an individual but a affair, the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

I'M 0 ¡"-'I mm ■ L • >-• • ¿$ Jtoi ■ $ ppaj^%p|g Ifilii PATIENT. 1ÉÉÍ ía>!Íi' M p ■. F:',fc 1 ■ft 1 ppfo 1 m lá th« clOM of a ^ tb« ih.dowa had fai- rer lb* long wards of that tho neat white cot* aU alike; but upon oloser to- one could see that the patient differently occupied, while othsrs thought of when they would be onee i permitted to walk Qod'a beautiful the rots there was one that r—It was No. it. Us last bad been discharged that I, and It was now watting to be again. Presently a noise Is at the end of the long hall, and one Is being wheeled to. No. 16 has a new oecupant. Weak and pile «pon her pillow lay a sufferer, yonng and fair, while on her snowy fotwhend clustered soft curls of golden hair. No. 1« was wholly unconscious of the pretty picture she nadé. She lay tbere softly atoaolng; a cruel wheel had crushed her, and she luid been brought bleeding and suffering to that great home for sufferers, the hospital. Tenderly the doctor dressed the wounds and gravely watche...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

mm ite run Is És?« BllÉ «f f «trytMsi af to- The eighth annuo) report or the railroad commission of Texas in |uft out of the hands of the print- and ready for distribution. Be- the text, all tariffs and cir- issued during the year, it contains statistical tables, «W summarier of some few were Included in the text, which was More than a month ago. One very exhaustive table *bow* the freight tonnage move- ment for each railroad classified Wo commodities. The largest was that of lumber, 3,- tons, coal and lignite 2, torn, grain with 1.78 ,036 tton next with 1,781,977 merchandise 1,414,843 tons, forest products 1,. V livestock 1,277,810 ottonseed products 1,080,- unclassified manufactures fruits and vegetables stone and sand 436,333, >,920, sugar and molasses ores 380,048, railroad ma 302,796, cement, brick and ■ppsso' and Texas and Pacific; each twenty-six persons out of the 176 killed during the your. The road Injured 1097 persona, second 133 and the last on* 111. Of the total kill...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

EVERYTHING, ....Prom • Pin to a Silk Dress. That's our new spring stock It has never been duplicated in the history of Caldwell, and the same old man, MR. LOW PRICE, is still working for us. dollars worth of embroideries, laces and inserting to match, all overs, etc. Every" thing newest and latest of its kind. Come early and get your pick. D.LEVI ORIGINATOR OF CUT PRICES. mmmmwmmmmww PEOPLE YOU KNOW. lü Let Wilson of G id dings was a visitor to friends here Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Matcek went down to Lyons Sunday on a visit to relatives, returning Monday. Miss Lillian B«rclay spent Saturday and Sunday in Milano ministering to her sister who was sick. Allen Melton, accompanied by Mrs. Klin Lehr, spent a few days in Brenham this week, returning Tuesday. Miss Clara Sullivan went to Temple last Friday and will spend some time there visiting relatives. M rs. B. I. Sparks and her little son, Ben me. left Wednesday after- noon to visit Mrs. Mamie Barbee at Temple. Mi*k« Bla...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

, D. C., March 23. iblican senators are still ftspubl is s dead lock on the Puerto Ri- cen tariff and the key is yet to be found. Some of them have been whipped into support of the tariff against their own convictions and against the expressed wishes of their constituents, but there arc still about a dozen who hold out lor free trade and who say they will vote with the demócrata for a free trade amendment. The bill giving back to Puerto Rico the money which has been und is being unjustly taken from its in- habitants under the Dingley tar* iff has become a law, but what is to become of the other and more Important Puerto Rico bill is yet to be determined. McKinley and every member of the cabinet are now openly working to get votes for the tariff, and right in the face of their official record as advo cates of free trade with the island. Democrats are taking no part in the mess, realizing that the re- publicans are making democratic votes by thousands and being willing to let it go at...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

THE % i' ni1 'i i 'i Ho«a. Tux as, March 25. Nkwh-Chmonici.i-:: Under (he above caption I cle- •irc to call attention to Home edi- torial and a suggestion mad. by one of our county official*. No doubt, Monie of the readers of the Nkws-('hkonici.k will think I •III presumptuous in making the first start, as 1 am only a pri- vate citizen. It i true, I think, that aspirants to o fice are the ones who should have led out in this all-important matter, Hut it i* evident that all of them, j with one exception, are inclined' to be is silent as the tomb on the tftu bject. Now, as I am no candidate or Perfect Health. Keep the system in perfect or- der by the occasional use of Tutt's Liver Pills. They reg- ulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body. For sick headache, malaria, bil- iousness, constipation and kin- dred diseases, an absolute cure TUTT'S Liver PILLS «' . . ! ton BEIVtK ROAOS. The CommUaioaer ' Court o! Lee County Tato* the Matter OirecUy in Hand. Perhaps one of the most decid- ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 March 1900

Eg' WM 12 THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS MARCH 30, 1900. t' Stories of tb« Str««t. —Reports from over the state show the recent rains to have been very general. —Our Hix correspondent re- ports quite a severe hail storm at that place Sunday afternoon. Candidates for census enum- erator are about the quietest of quiet candidates. We have heard of none. — The chapel car, "Good Will," in charge of Rev. (1. B. Rogers, passed through the city Wednes- day going north. — The Bryan Oil Mill company has let a contract for a gin to be built there with a capacity of two hundred bales a day. — Dr. Neely, our veteran cor- respondent from Yellow Prairie, writes us that he is still sick but will send in the important news each week. —Kd. Banks' school, near Yel- low Prairie, will close today and his school is to give a concert to- night. Unite a number of young people are expecting to attend from here. — Trains are quito often be- lated here now on account of tin- condition of the tr...

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