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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XX. OI K AIM IS THE (JKEATBHT BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. « CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900. NO. 45. 5 3*rom Our Sftural Staff. * * * Dl ANVIL l-l. I > i *sv ii.i.i . Tcn.ii. April KlHToK Xl'.Wh-l IIK1'Mi 1.1 The heavy rain aiitl continued cold, wet weather in March ssas quite a (lra\\l .nl. to farmers here. In many j laf«• -. it will 1 «■ necessary f"> thorn to plant corn again. as a threat <lral *• 1 it hud not sprout* <1 win n the rains net in, consequent! s it i"< tti-cl in the ground. Some are com- plaining. of course. for the land is very wet and ¡I is ¡.a,, hut I have known good crops ol torn TtHade in this vicinits, thai had been planted in Ma . Those w In. hast corn up are now planting mil >n. I \ t In- to a position t<> s,t\ more of this cotton business next wee!,. It will he more ,. ita.n to teil about what is don . than what people expect to d''. ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

m The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Random Reftecticns. Two men started to a given place by different roads. The one who went the longer route reached the destination first. In explaining his tardy arrival the one who went the short route said that he had to take up too much time throwing at the dogs that ran out from nearly every house to bark at him, and asked bis companion if there were no dogs along his way. "Oh yes,'' he said, "there were plenty of dogs and they barked a good deal, but 1 did not have time to stop, and so I paid no attention to them." A man has taken a long step on the way to useful- ness and happiness when he learns that he is not required to throw stones at every dog that barks on his track or snaps at his beels. X How much money has a man the right to spend on his family? Is it a man's duty to deny his own family the luxuries of life that be may have more to give the poor and needy of other families around him? Admitting that a great deal that we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

' ¥ Prof. 3. C. Watte. Some Valuable HlitU, The American correspondence College Leaflets if i ves the fol- lowing very valuable hints to teachers: Look lessons over in advance and satisfy yourself on doubtful qt\estions. Don't withhold praise when it is deserved. prisoner. At times he was very violent, and in the intervals of his violence he became so sullen that the wardens were always 011 the lookout for trouble. One day they saw a change in the man's face. Its sullenness had disappeared. The prisoner !«n the mind of the school world, looked almost happy. The ^host How the traditional ideas hold of a smile hovered about his lips. i "s in a rut and prevent active, Mis eyes now and again turned | living teaching, teaching that sets sensibilities of every tender- hearted person. No true teach- er could do such a thing. Cruelty to animals and the wanton de- struction of life should be severe- ly punished, no matter who the guilty person may be.—Missouri School Journal. 1 «achina Veriu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

R í! - ¡ JErII lpr : ' pus. n k , " ' "J i i m fi vfv.' #■ 1 II: mM, I ! ''(A-"" THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, APRIL 6. 1900. CALDWELL \EWS-CHROMCLE. W§V 4 JOINU. • . - . Proprietor . AUKRT 0. m SI, JR., SotinoM Mam#"- S. HOI S 0\ GCRM4N, Editor «ad Reporter. Batored In tb« Caldwell pmtioflice im nec oad-cla* mutter. I**ue,l Every Friday Morning. Subscription Roto . On* Year.. Ill Months Four Mont lis. 91 fwi) Monti CI vi so C5 Advertising Rates. All advertItildKon flrst iiuiíf «ni )>e e humed dOceiii* pi't Inch with tn> reduetlun for Urge nd> DUplny nds one insertion twenty cents per fncfi; two Insertion* thlrty-Bvn cunts per Inch; one mouth sixty cent* per Inch. the American constitution and devotion to the eternal princi- ples of the Declaration of Inde- pendence and the democratic party. Mr. Bailey stands on ex- alted grounds and is prepared to arraign those who try to vote down and trample on that con- stitution and those principles. How severely, thoug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

'■y.;T the caldwell nkw8-chh0nicle, caldwell, texas, apbil 6, 1900. COEBEL ASSASSINS UANTftlLL CHARGÜI THE JURY TO DO IT PULL DUTY. M* «ay* ik* Cnmni «liwttinii la lltoirMi- ful and ImmM «• I Imn4 tp • One— Hvruic Mum lloiug Ma4o to Mm ttaau ilw Frankfort, Ky., April 8.—The Frank- lin coituty Brand Jury (or the April tsrui which will Invflatlgata the mm - nidation of Governor William Goobel, wan announced yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. It Is composed of the fol- lowing Frank Stags, republican: Qeor«* Brock, democrat; William tiraba . demotraV, Lewellyn Gaines, demo, rat; W. IJ Uoorge. republican; F. M. Fcathorston , antl-Goebol demo- ©rat, Charles Brldgeford. populist; George Bemback, democrat; John K«*l«* tlcmocrat; Bird Carter, demo- crat. I' tí. Cain, democrat. Judge Cantrtll, after the grand Jury wan formed, delivered a very short charg' In which he aald. trentl'-men There l* one thing in particular to which I denlre to call your attention, and that Is the pres- ent horrible ...

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

TH^^IBWEL^XEWS^HBOiflCLE^CALDWELU X ■MR f$r. a a a ^iiipi ■ Mjpinan jiü^kM|jui ■ CALpWEU* REWS'CNOnlCLEi A JOINER. • * Froeri«t«n. ALIE NT 0. RUST. JR., BHtiMU Mf r. S. «0II8T0N GERMAN, El ll< Nfitr. Katersd In iho Caldwell fMloSw as elm issuer. luntd Kvsrjr Friday Morning. SCIENTIFIC IJOTES. Almost all the towns in 8lberla arc having arc lights for street uu and iaeandarcent lights for houses, and the largar jroportion of the people In Siberia have never Been gas, which they regard aa an illumlnant of a past age. A new railway bridge Is in course of construction over Loch Etive, at the Palla of Lpra, in Scotland. When com- pleted, its apan of 600 feet will be the second largest in Europe, coming next to that of the Forth Bridge. It is de- signed by 8lr J. Wolfe Barry. Fish scales are being utPlsed in France, where a chemist has discov- ered that the scales may be used In the aanufacture of artificial pearls, and the United States consul at Lyons has found that the supply is inad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

I Ti Ntt TEST OP LOVE. THE CALDWELL SEWh-CHttONlCLE, CALDWELL, tKXAB. A PHIL H, 190 . IT IS QUITS A TRIC, m Of «II lb* noble rivera that go bound- ing to the ma none Is more splendid Iban tbe Columbia. It* pincelad l>unka give a majnalic selling for its «liver atrana. But why should It be callad allvar? At timea It la tbe deepest green —deeper and more luminous than the heart of a Jewel. There are hours when tla cascades have a thousand col- ors, like motber-of-pearl. There are dawns, after the mist has lifted, when tbe broud surface uf tbe river above the cascades la actually saffron or bur- nished gold. Barbara Merrlden knew It iu every mood, and loved it whether It was aomber with storm, or sullen In tbe harab autumn days, or scintllluut un- der tbe July sunshine. Hhe was as much at home upon the river as uu the land; and the Arm earth, with all its comfort and beauty, could never give her the Joy that «he fell when the current took her boat iu Its strung em- brace. She went t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

Wu % ■Efe' [ . ' SRI III IRfJC; ' K;i 1 © p|: :?|J Ike Nw YwH «V the Mailer lias te be iueNeaL WLm BUILT 41 KUtVAttYARD It Ifet • «0 kM Hat ««• tw C Culveaton'a growing impor tanee nod performance mm a deep water port are being recogniaed by marine transportation lines iu the improved character and • quipment, in the greater draft «ion and •and better speed ot the vesaeladock and tcruiinul facilities shipping world, are lifting follow- ed iu the conatruction of the new steamer. which ia to be built of steel. Construction han alread.v been begun aud. am already «aid, lhe vessel will be ready to go in- to coiiimiasiou by April IDA). Her completion will mark a new aud brighter era for (In* port of iialve«tun. While the contract mil* for the building of but one Hhip now it is ouderstojd that it i the purpotH> of the Mallory line owner to build othem <k ong the Mime linea and iu time to practically renew their beet of count wine tfhipH. Charles Mallory. one of the company. Iuim gon...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

11 es THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. APRIL 6, 1900. LEVI'S GREAT SPRING SALE IS NOW GOING ON. I invite one and all to my millinery opening Monday and Tuesday, April <jth and 10th. Miss Howies will show you the prettiest line of Pattern hats that has ever been your pleasure to gaze upon. Come and inspect this stock of Hillinery and be convinced. Df C\/I ORIGINATOR OF • LEVI, CUT PRICES. ^ kfcU\iSi <>uit-irir..-•./-itii'itif'ü'«*&¿rb'iri.irüp- Wednesday where tlley had been PEOPLE YOU KNOW. 5: for a Wtfdi N,rs- ' liar bee. Spring Pastimes. tjuft V'ÍWMM 'St*. «• «?■ '!• .«MMt- The desire to molest the mod- . est members of the linnv tribe I i. S. M . Iitil)! ,ud of hock- ¡n every little lake and brook H"i;h Hill has been unite sick caneer specialist. |);is taken hold of our people, this week with fever. accompanied t > Ins little son. is and this week the fishing cam- in the cit\ and will i emain until paign began in earnest. Mon- Geo. L. Smith, one of Me...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

m p Jb ., ;. J: ■ Ííjfc & > 10 $? "ir %• fkt ■k^ «f M|Imn I<Mi. New York Sun. Religion i faith in the exis- tence of a superior being that cannot he comprehended, but has power and influence over lives. The religion of every civilization disappeared with the civilization. The civilizations that have arisen and disappeared on the earth, no matter what the form or forms of their god* and the style and manner of their workmanship, grew in strength and constantly developed to a higher «plane so long as the people kept their faith sincere and their religion pure. When the people reached the plane of indifferentism the incipient stages of that nation's decay can be discerned. When they evolved from the state of indifferentism to the state of in- fidelity, the signs of decay can be seen everywhere. These are solid logical facts. So long as the faith of the Egyptians remained strong in their gods, so long did the moral life of that people remain pure. When skepticism arose, the mo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 April 1900

'lif' . v "v ' . - ' r'\'v, :;.: ' ^ ■ : , " V ¿ ^ ■'• v-1 '"■< 1 f . — ■■— WASHINGTON Him IF?It*. Washington, I>. C., March .tu. Editok Nhws-c'iikonici.k: The republican wobblers in the nenute have at last nticceeded in patching up a Puerto Rican bill that will receive enough re- publican volts to jam it through the senate, and an agreement hat* been made to vote on the bill next Tuesday. The new bill retains the lilteen percent, tariff, although changes have been made to catch the votes of four or five senators, and the provis- ion lor a civil government. There is much speculation as t<< what the house will <i<> with the bill. If the members could vote sis they talk thev would strike <>ut the tariff clause ami insert one pro- viding fur lre> trade, but pres- sure is being brought to bear upon them to vote for the bill as the senate passes it. M< Kin- lev has for the time ceased t<> wobble and is using is miliu mv to push the bill through, lb-...

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

6, WOO. JÍ*W"' B Bp Bmy''' méfj- «liiiv U':i '$■ :• E Stories of tb« Str«tt 3 —Saturday was a good day for merchants. —Only a few" members of the fire company met Monday night, but a move was set on foot to have a maifest. —We take pleasure in calling attention to the professional card of Attorney E. K. Porter, which appears in*this issue. —An excellent article on con- vict labor and public roads was crowded out this week, but you may look for it next week. —We are thankful for the in- terest and pains our correspon- dents arc taking to furnish us with an accurate statement con- cerning the acreage and condi- tion of the different crops in their respective communities. They give us some valuable data. —E. A. Burleson, editor of the Southland, gave an interesting entertainment at the court house Tuesday night, consisting of a splendid lecture on Texas his- tory illustrated by stereopticon views. A large crowd was in at- tendance. and a nice sum was added to the school library fund. —...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

VOL. XX. ■ fS!J NO. 46. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900. &rom Our fflurai Staff. $ * NIX. compare with the loss and dam- age of last year. At last ac- counts the water was slowly re- seen here this I'nci.i: Bi n. Mix. Tkxas, April H. Kiutoh Nkwü-CIU •kici. -:: In the altercation here last; ceding. Wednesday night between Jack Frost was Little and Arthur Smith the hit- morning. tcr received three severe but not necessarily fatal wounds from a knife, the most serious I'roviocnch. T«-x., April being in the left side and pene- j it«Nkws-i iironici.k . trating the lungs. He is now 1 here is not much news to doing fairly well and is expected communicate this week. Little was placed °n account of the heavy rains PROVIDE NCI. grazing on the prairie and in a few minutes was dead. I would like to know what disease af- fects them in that way. After making ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

í*vr MRRh ■ WÍ ft'*')! ] iCB I# ml B ifef-' THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, APRIL 13, 1900. The Spiritual Man* xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Cripple Creek, Colorado. | citizens said to me that a man The name of this city strike can ,eU b« lio in lhe a'u'rno"° one as being a little peculiar.: ,< *• * of eunterat. * the pop It is said to have originated iJ f°" n<l bu l°«" Cripple Ibis way: Some prospectors were Lreek. but « hen he wakes up .u - ... next morning the citv has grown going over the range, when at *> fa.- • . t á\ •« ~ -i. 1 to such an extent that his lie has this point one of their pack mules i . i i l ... become truth. became lame an 1 they were forced to stop for a few days. If there was ever cosmopoli-j While they waited thev pros- tan city on earth 1 suppose this; pected a little and it panned out,'* the one. It seems that every so well that they determined to ¡state and nation on earth has its tav yet longer and so begun thej representatives here....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

m. THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, APRIL 13, 1900. 1T WA8 lw TB£ LOOK* Preacher Could Hot Be Made to Gift C| Favorite Hymnal. ThU i* Moulton V htory—.Moulton, The following paragraphs are now on an expedition over the country and are being credited to Home paper awav up in Teu* Stamlish. Moulton t-ays there was nea ee. Regardless of the place of their birth, that place must also be the home oi the deadly mortgage. Here they are: The mortgage is the self-sup- porting institution. It always holds its own. It calls for just as many dol- lars when tobacco is cheap as when it is dear. It is not affected by the drouth. It is noi drowned out by heavy rains. It never winter kills. onee an old minister of hi acquaint- ance who believed every word there was in the liihle ami everything that appeared in print with the ¡-auction of the church. Especially, did he tie to "Uospel Song.-, Selected, No. 2." The choir would have likrd to get something a hit more up to date, hut the aged...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

w ; THE CALDWELL NEWS CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, APRIL 13, 1900. má b CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. A JMNKR, • • AUDIT i. RUST, JL, S. HOUSTON GCRM4N, Editor «id Repórter. ■■(«rod in tUt Caldwell po*io«ce mu- o«d«elMi matter. iMued Every Friday Morning. SnbocriptioM Rate . >M Year Mi Month four Motiin Pwo Mouth* •1 V We thought the Tyler Courier had the palm tor producing base- less, silly and utterly wickenng arguments, but «¡nee the thau- maturgical Texas Farmer ha* swept down like a dense vacuum from North Texas the Courier county to most severely empha- size a disapproval of some of the very small political doings of Governor Sayers, but in the next election it seems that the intended as anything we have seen. This issue of the Post — even if we were acquainted with nothing but general methods and results fifteen years ago is con- j good of Burleson county and the j elusive proof that the progress! has been ingloriously blown to kingdom come like a faint, bad odor. very success o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

fi.vt THE CALDWELL W ' EDAM THE FLAAh ■Hvifl IIIC ■ LvvVi DISASTER ALONG COLORADO AND OTHKR WSSTERN STREAMS érmm* Mar* Aim1 'Hug m Uauito 1 In -Um •« Ut* la U*|M«r I mi—Kaaualag CirilMM Murk «Auilli la k rum «tea fttiiMifc. Auitm, Tesas, April 10.-—Definite re- port* have tMieo rwelvei from Horu > 4>>m Rfuti, thin county, uuu the two tarn band and two boys who wore Ashing returned bouie safely after the waters subsided. Os in 1-aFruuie hod an esclttof e*- perUTuf, by twlug thrown from his buRKV and cltmliln* a telephone pole, only to have s house wash agalust It and knock him Into the wat'-r, where h * disappeared from view and was given up for Arowuml, but he ciung to th* bouw and diminuí upon it, and after & thrilling ride of ten miles lodged in a tree, and ha* returned home much fatigued front nervousuees and exposure. , Tht> body of the l Ht power bouse 'Victim. Frank Kinney, was roeovered yesterday afternoon. The drowning of the two boys of Knglneer Waller Johns...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

i},'1 . mm tip; ¡Ppfn-r-HB g-#§ "V■ M.' WW: BS'fit''MIS TEMA IwP; ': í ¡BS • • Proprietor . ALBERT i. RUST. JR . RMlMM MVr S. HOUSTON «ERNAN. El art Raptr. ii Um Caldwell pnwIm m § <-osg- 1mMd ICvery Friday Morning. NOTIt or THE STACK. Mark's new play will be Sabel." Gertrude Coghlan U to «tar in Lady flora." a comedy by her father. Charles Coghlan. There It a rumor that William Gil* lette, the author of "Secret Service." may five ua a new war play next sea- son. Burr Mrlntoeh la to aasuroe the title role In "Pudd'n'head Wilson." left without an interpreter by the death of Prank Mayo. "Twelve Months After" Is the title which baa been adopted for the Eng- lish version of "Als Ich Wiederkam," a sequel to "At the White Horse Tav- ern." Harry B. Smith la to dramatise the story In Charles Dsna Gibson's series af pictures called "toe Education of Hr. Hpp." It may bo produced at Daly's. Charles Prohman says If Maude Adams keeps up her present recaed aatll the end of the season she will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

It iMD't what It uaed to be. Th)« IH—liar walk. 1 own. Tk« "noboOlwi" now promenade. Where out* "nobs" were known; Bat after church It's well enough To «lo your Itttle roll*, Aatf view with an admiring eye ■olMlty and style. •ahold the queens of wondroua wealth— The money klnga of power. fifth arenue'a a atlrrlng tight, If only tor au hour There furry fortunea are displayed. i If Easter whnuld I cold. 1 Worn by th« wtv<« of millionaire# A modern «ligtio of Riitd " With what rtrsit lurm fur 1 lie lirai! The n*en««* lc lined. If Hoi *11) mndearend tf> xmite Ami tprtnjt I* only kind What glorie# of !>• wilder" ü hue. That wom n<it liorn to f.nle Ami blur th«* iltKroutenied e>ea Ot poverty ¡i brigade' An Folrr K iH>rlm«it. Oh wondrou* tliltifc > the season bring . In book* and leaflets, carda and arrolla. With all the beat the poet sin* , To charm our eye*. I" lift our aoula. One maiden not nn EBater card So full of Milk ami golden Rlltter. With wings of bird upon I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

fif" CALDWELL, TEXAH, APRIL 13, 1900. w """ ? W K- PMIImW " ► • yMi THE CALDWELL XKW8 ratmuPAsits Tatas M Attract! CaatMara- Mc AttMtiM. SfVEKU KPORTS ON SMJCCI ■svs am ascites* by lit Bsrsss af Texan wheat for odible paste feas beeu attracting inueb atten- tion since the diacuaalou of the •abject wan started by J. It. Simpson of Dullua and the bu- reau of foreign commerce in the •tate department ha received aeveral reports bearing on the au) -ject. The only objection ma 1 * to Texas wheat is the mixture t. •oft wheat which samples sent to Euwpe for examination contain- ed. It is believed, however, that the hard variety wheat wonted can be successfully grown in Tex •s. This wheat cau be obtained only from Kuasiu and the nation •1 government ha* signified its Willingness to aid in securing ■eed. J. B. Simpson and Hon. Barnett tiibbs of Dallas have taken the matter in hand and hope to be able to secure 100 boabels of seed for experiments iu Tex a*. The following report of tMt* made in...

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