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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

I p '«B ' ' THE CAtDWBLL KFW8 CHB0NICLE, CALDWELT,, TEXAS, APRIL 97, l-f..v 1 . 1 • , .. ACTION. #URTHRR «VIDKNOE THAT THE •OKU ARK A4IKMILBO ArwM •«pmir-OHMl • rrMk Hiytr «f u«m mm* Hwl ttW UN ntvi Nut**. London, April M.~Tho strong body «f reinforcements which Lord Robert* rent to ild the relief of Wepener and lo endeavor to envelop and cut off the llliri from a retreat north ward fur- nlahes further evidence ilmt tbo Boers «iv iwcmbli'd In much turgor íorec ■round VVepeucr than hu« U-eu hither- to supposed, mid as ibe i mea in an editorial this morning remarks. what- •ver unijr Ik- the dltüeuitlei of ro t is and rmu , the I loor alwuy* appear to baVV gUlt*. Ml d sometimes big ¿Ullít, whot they want t hem. A llocr di* patch. dated Tbaliancbti. April 'SJt. aaya that a freeb supply of cannon mid uui- munition ban reached t ¿enera! Diwnt at Jnutuieraburg drift. It also asserts tbat one of Colonel Dalgctty'a guna haa been amasbed. Harriefuittnln. mentioned In Lord Roberts' UDMtMtiK'' ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

mgmmmm m w *, - * m ■-£4 W- r •OINTILLATINO PARAGRAPHS. K8$fc Í •' V fe? * is;.; Hi mtf? m>! •- W: Mv m' ¿v. * I m actually has tha ta alt ap aad crlilctM the mod* af his Mr. Caraegla and Mr. Prick have deprived the public of a great treat in Ike way of lawsuit*. Amoag Colorado's relic* of oliff dweller* 1* one building that sheltered probably *,000 people. The inventor of ice crean soda 1* dead. The young aien with lean purae* will not erect a monument. If you send good* to a commission iierchaat to tell ke sell* tkem in ki* *n name and not in your*. There are gentlemen who appear to have overlooked the fact that it 1* al- ways *afe to do the right thing. Austria ha* one automobile paper, Bflglum two, Great Britain three and tile United States seven or eight. Flexible shafting has been put to a new use. It Is arranged so a* to be at- tached to a source of motive power for tree trimming. Johannesburg has a German school which last June was giving instruction to 118 boys, 84 girls...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

KW VA> V" W ' • f.M ■ OAIiDWBLL NEWS-CHRONICLE, W HEART. gsklac too much of g chap, i to MWMr unr0M0B bl«,bat. i. Monk, do you think Ik* result of (wo r eoMUit study isd rekuor- Cyril Lewnwlsle Mood In tko of tko dim. dUMrtud iU|i and ' kls glowing forokMd. "I've ■Ind to tkrow over tk« whole it do that, Mr. Uwnadale. jrqur contrast is to play tkls snniaiar." Mr. Marak, the looked annoyed and ras, kut I never expected to piny It wltk n rtnge-otruck baby, a girl scar re- ly nut of the schoolroom? It Is out- rngaoua to oven Imagine that she could tnke Misa Northrup's place." "She got through the rehearsal fair- ly wall, and she's pretty.' Mr. Mnrsh tried to speak soothingly. ST . Lawnsdale only groaned In re- "It la too late now to malts another change, and. anyway. I guess It will rug smooth all right," Marsh con- tinuad. "Smooth; why man. that seen* with Adole In the vestry room, where she com<>* io tell me of her doubts and fanra, Is the keynote of the whole play. One stumb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

II ¡JíiPBJil r v' ' tf" • 1 Ticy CAi^nw 'm#a ftr VNft to '«ft M Mm Up tit af Hi Wrjs Km i Kí ■>;,.• n R ' w. ü C;* Ward in another and n and Claude Oliváis third. «It-hard Ward ed himself by securing fifty peo- ple from the flooded district, car* rying them to a high elevation known as Hanta Ana's mound where the opening gun of the Texan revolution was fired in the battle of Gonzales. The sights that met the e.ves of these brave rescuers were pitiful and heart- rending in many instance*. while one or two humorous incidents oc- curred to relieve the dismal mo- notony. One man iu making an attempt to rescue bis horse in the pasture was compelled to seek shelter aud refuge iu a friendly tree. Qe had a pair of strong lung* and he lined ttieiu to such good advantage that the re cuiug part? heard him. One of them railed to know who he was and in their wake. Those peaceful over the waste of waters quickly farms that were veritable Gar j eaine the reply in a stentorian dens of Eden are b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

:' -.-.y * '"•.;«■>*■' 'Ik ;Y,lf I , THE CALI ■• ' ■'... IS NOW 60IN6 ON. r i I invite one and all to my millinery opening Monday and Tuesday, April gth and 10th. Miss Bowles will show you the prettiest lint of Pattern Hats that has ever been your pleasure to gaze upon. Come and inspect this stock of Hillinery and be convinced. D| r\/I ORIGINATOR OF • L^Lh V I, CUT PRICES. mmmwmwmmmwmw -irirfrirJ-i. r;. >*"* Vru'/i 1. '^ % PEOPLE YOU KNOW. : t it,/T^ I • /T* ** f\ P\lK%$ J. F. Cobb i-, carefully nurs- ing a ca#fi of munij >. A. B. Duckworth paid a short \ i-%tt to i lav lbi* week. S< *i IjCvi cunic ba* k Saturday from a trip t" Houston. I 'onl Brandenburg is on .i vis¡? at Brown wood thw week. T. V. Murrav went vesteidav morning >n a business trip to Houston. Mr-. K. Struwe returned Mon- day (rom a MMt ti hei sister .it Itrenham. Mrs, K. Win ! of lirenham i* viniting Mrs. William Reeves this week. Mrs. J. W. R.igs'i.tic vv:'.I leave this week for a brief visit in k Is...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

fóafc; I K t, r- is?'. fe': % W THE CALDWELL NEWS • CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXA8, APRIL 27, 1900. WUMMM NEWS LIIHR. Washington, D. C„ April 30. Rditom NkwS'Chhoniclr : McKinley has gone off on a pleasure junket, but Boss Hannn in working overtime. He is fix* ing up the platform that will be adopted ty the Ohio republican convention next week, and he is trying to figure out whether the country can be enthused by a little jingoism in connection with the failure of the sultan of Tur- key to keep his promise to pay $90,000 for property belonging to American missionaries, which wi'.s destroyed several years ago by a Turkish mob. If he should decide that jingoism is advisa- ble, Secretary Hay will probably give the Turkish minister his passport, and the republican press will be filled with spread money in hotel bills while trying to get a bill repealing that por- tion of the war taxes affecting their business reported favora- bly from the ways and means committee. They are on the wrong trac...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, APRIL 27, 1900. I Hove often thought of being rude enough to exprés a few homely idean upon Mime sub- ject* that impress me a being of great importance to people, especially of the feminine sex, Tried Friends Best. Forthirty yearsTutt's Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend. A Known Pact For bilious headache, dyspepsia both young and old. It is not: ««urstomach, malaria,constipa held by me, as by a large num-j l'°n jtnd all kindred diseases. bcr of feminine philosophers, TUTT'S Liver PILLS that wbat I llave to «ay coacern.j AN ABSOLUTE CURE. ing domestic affairs and on sub- — <~jb jects exclusively within woman's | ¿MUSING SCENE, domain of scribbling could not ( be said equally as well bv sonic, DmI "d Dumb Man Acc "« of ° lnR I - ...,I i " ft | I Proiano and lnd cont Linguige. plain and practical man. And , - ... ,i.: i i. . i i 1 lu r - an Hinti-inc in-¡¡I tli* to prove this 1 have made up my I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

Stories of tt)« Strttt. m —Politics will soon be thick- tiding up considerably. —•The democratic executive committee of the county will meet Saturday. —There were between a thou- sand and fifteen hundred beef cattle shipped from this place this week. —Rev. Jeff D. Ray will begin a protracted meeting Sunday with the view of bringing about a genuine revival of genuine re- ligion. —At the confederate veterans' meeting Saturday last all the of- ficers were re-elected and sever- al delegates were appointed to the Louisville reunion. —The management of the ex- press business nt this place has been transferred to C. S. Riley, and the express office will be found now at Riley & Snook's furniture store. —The latest report we have before going to press is that the river is rising only very slowly, and we think it can safely be argued that there is no danger of a serious overflow. —The train have bad a great deal of trouble along the line near town thin week. There was a pretty bad washout...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 May 1900

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL* XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1900. NO. 49. * J'rom Our !7turai Staff. * % ********* YELLOW PKAlRIt. CmriksmaN. Tex., May 1 ktuto* nkwh-i'iihonu i.k: Brother W. Wool ton preached DEANVILLE. l>i xnvii.i.i:. Texan, May 2. kimtoh niíw m'mko.vici.k: The country about Deanville here Sunday, though we learn han fared better than most his congregation was, small. places and if the people will get Messrs. Harnett and Nclmsof \ - work, not in a rush, but with Caldwell bought of Dr. Neely steady good will, things will three thousand pound * of pork turn out right vet. and twenty-three head of goats Ouite a mistake was made last Monday. Saturday, by a few of the citi- The organ and machine agents ,.ens wlio «->1 together and held are abroad in the land. . i i 111 <• -,:hool meeting all l v Working the road*, hunting themselves. Of cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 May 1900

A 7 WW mil The Spiritual Man. m if ü'f"'. xxxxx . BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Mmm Soul Winning. Text: "He that wituieth souls is wUe/'- Prov. XI .30. Christ came into the world to seek and to save that which was lost, and the one great purpose for which He established His church upon the earth is to win men from sin to righteousness. Kvervthing else is secondary and subordinate, and if the church does not succeed in this great work it fails in its great mission. It is right to establish good schools, and to educate young men for the sacred work of the holy ministry, to build churches, to print books and pa- pers, but when any or all of these things do not contribute to the salvation of men. when they fail to multiply the spiritual forces of the church that tend toward making men righteous, they do not accomplish the pur- pose for which they were cre- ated. It is a safe statement that never in the history of the church has she had as high de- gree ot education in her ministry as she enjoys ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 May 1900

¡i,.;¡.j 'íjRiiwí ^Ril'- : .''iWiPl WE ARE NOW BUYING *t prof. 3. C. Watte. iirwof I'm drmr mom «ir liiiijitoif in* (U« kini- rm am liiilit froix (XiHIMÍVA r«ii«l|i—. Nuililiill will < oiilrilinto mor" |u tin, nrll.tii- uoc<« uf lh* luorlit-iiii, ta urilÍHD«r. Till' <1 mural Ir I'liuillttK fur Hit KimtiU'nt or I hi im> t rubor*!* fnnrtlun lor col- Urn ur iii«i Ioii Mmlf In kii i'jIow kii.1 Ih'i mci«l ilcllraii-tint l,jr MTAM*Alll> Mili II . •lid (Old ««rrvwliat*. '■Ifr*, TIM RMtf tlMrt lacé up Nigh. If you wUh to climb the mountain ami to reach it topmont hound, You iiiunt make yourt>clf familiar from the time you leave the ground With the many hill and hollow you will find from day to day: l)o not think to reach the «ummit, chootvinff any other way. Koll your «lccvc* above your elbow , all ambltiou* jfirU and boy . Do uot think that life wan made for naught but leisure and for joy*. There' no joy that live apart from j earnest, honent, daily toil You can never rea...

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

S1SP P imsbnéwÍC •" V* * ,! " _ . _ . _ . , . 1$' m «:• • p®; % BBe'¿ $> Bi WMh*• il'St wmm m ,.: fi^íájAí g-'%:,': ■ : JÍ& K'*I Í3 111?,¡' KK SSnf ÍSSt. ju ■■mm Si HUSTON GQHUN, MUr «Ml i In the Caldwell l-elau matter. u mo" lnucid Every Fridav Morning. S Subscription Rates. Year ..... Ilgutb*.... ir Monto* . Moutlin .. ft 80 2 SJ Advertising RatM. All HclviTtUinuon Hrst pace will berharaod • cent-. tm i-tik'li mntlkhi. with do reduction far largi: iidk. 8Display «Ml* one Insertion twenty cent* IT Itn'fj; two Insertion* thirty® re renta IV Inch: one toutb sixty rent per Inch. Local ratea «even and one-half centa per llac first Insertion iiud five cents pur line aaeb aubauquent luaertlon. Obituaries, cards of thanks i.iid notices of aalertalnmenis clven t'or relljrlons, educa- tlonul or charltablo purpose at half regu- lar rates. ral notices of all kinds >1.00 per hundred i fir*i insertion and 50 i-eni per hun- words each subsequent Insertion. tk« n*w*-Chronici.e desires a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 May 1900

í1' va titaf "?X': ' ' , . t •" • ■v^r. appalling DlttASTCR IN A MINI IN UTAH. wrung* of MlaaMig Hmidrwl tud VUMHWM MWUN Airmail MMHWMWI .44M * «Me* •id IMJuimI. M Lake. Utah. May 2. Tbo into (Of camp Ml ItetffleUI. Du iu * Une ot tim JUo Grana, and VVwipru ruad, near Callón, I'liih, li llie awn - of tcruut u- «Itement on acvouin of it terrific ex- |4«elou wblt'lt «kh'Iiitvü yvHtfrday lu tbe winiei quartern of tlu> coal tuiuo owned by bt> Pleamant Valley Coal <omitan;. Tbo caow of the «>x|t|oKion In altritniifd to ili«* blowing up of a nuuilHT of kvga of lilaMtiuu ixiwtcr. The work of ri' «'U«> Im uoIiik on, and vtoryllilnii pm>Nllili' If Im>íiik done to rolli'v** tin* aufft-riug and aacertalu iljct number of dead. Hu|M*ilnt.*ndt'U« Shai i ■at tlie «-oal eouiiiany and Su|M-riut,-,|. dent Wtdby of iIm- railroad company l>avi< gum tu ilie «< ue on a Mpcelal train. A special to ilie Tribune from ¡ ■■>• Ik-Id naya. There Lave Us* ei«in> live deaU bodi...

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

Jg. 3 > t- ¡p# ¡ '{? HVfiswniK*, ALBCffT •. MMT. M.. i. iaP. ü üi Mv Horsing. SCRAPS. are flor king into The Begllah worklngman bu tffl working day*. Settlers are beginning to flock into Manitobs Ib large numbers. The entertainment of royalty coala British aociety each year fully £2,000,- Ths number of langunges and dla- lsets spoken In the world amounts to MM. The occupants of a balloon a mile high command a radius of ninety-six mike The locomotive of today weighs about 120 tons, and hauls from 1.200 to 1,110 tona. Thorn are flve automobile club* in Belgium and their combined member- ship Is 740. Teplitx, a small watering place In Bohemia, claims the honor of being Oen. Cronje's birthplace. Switaerland uses more postal cards ta proportion to It* population than any other nation in Europe. The Royal Blackheath Golf Club of England is said to be the oldest golf club In the world. It was founded by James I. In 1608. A church society in Brooklyn dis- cussed at a recent meeting the q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 May 1900

®| f t ' $p «'• 8K •' W< i V T-í r «Sl ÉSW I «Lo**. U t «curte! Spidtr, will la a nifbt ÜMC betw«a two that have b««B apart a wob too Bna (or tithar to mw; bal tbe strosat* of tooth will nev- er be abla ta braab It " Who was he? Bb« hardly kn«w. A partear—aba thought of hlai as noth- ia| alaa. All tbe woman ware given partner* aa a matter of courte. "Dick," tbair boat bad aald. "will you bava the goodness to look after my aleoa. Mlaa Blyna? Bditb. let me prwasbt kt. Kirk land." They bowed. Tbar «««Id aot well aae one another h races (bare la the starlight It was u skating party, at Lake Geneva. Wis., and two big companies had rom down lor a weak al «later aporta, throwing «pen tha bmmea which ordiuartly knew tha soaad of humsa volees only in tha summer time. Tha two parties met tha drat aveulng after dinner on me loa. U was cloudy, with rifts of indigo where the sues showed, snd mera was a gusty raid wind from the west Now tha lee looked bright a tuilvar ribbon would appear to st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 May 1900

p ■ | : k 1 • 1 '• ; ;.,;f t , ■ rj;..' iff/i IB mM '' WIm Cravdy fs«|it for the Lmm Star's Libcrf). •OSENDtBG Wttlf D \ MONUMENT Asl far This PsrpiM BejsMtletf a tat) Sm, Deslfutlsg Ike ItlMtf City « lU Wm% Wdc«. Vf. ¡ÉI A beautiful wurk of art, an appropriate monument, now stuud* complete in tin* broad in* terser t ion of Broadway aud Ro- senberg avenues iu Galveston, to commemorate the heroism anil (witriotir devotion of the men who fought for the liberty of Texan, and who gave to the world anoth- er government of the people, lu granite gray, from the everlasting hills, aud in enduring bronze, wrought iuto exquisite shape by a master hand, the story of these brave pioneers is told aud their virtues exalted that mis aud fu- ture generations may be benefit ed by knowledge of the uuequul- ed example of sacrifice aud patri otic duty. The stone aud bronze figures stand the tribute of Hen ry Rosenberg to tin* good aud true aud brave, particularly to the heroes of of the Texas war. an e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 May 1900

: s^Vv/ 'y$ • ■ t v f**^'?w*ywl THE CALDWELL NEWU CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. MAY 4, 1900. LEVI'S GREAT SPRING SALE I is now mm on. I Invite one and all to my millinery opening Monday and Tuesday, April Qth and 10th. Miss Bowles 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. To the Ladles D. LEVI, ORIGINATOR OF CUT PRICES. mmmmummmmmmw 1 PEOPLE YOU KNOW. fin nuufi ftOA R, M. Burn ' of Ciddings was berv on business Tuesday. Rev. J. M. i'rtits hof Lv on* wan in the city Wednesday. Captain ti. J. Williams is re- ported to l>c quite sick this week. M. U Ht gers left for San An- tonio Tuesday to spend several day*. Capt< C. W. K. WimJeli leaves thin week for W.w.t, hi Wells for hi* health. K<1 Park of Bastrop was in Caldwell again for a few days this week. Julian Hill and wife returned M«>nday from a visit to relatives at ilay Hill. Misuses Biddie and I Idle Jen- kins r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 May 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TETAS. MAY 4. 1900. ÉÉlfs m p Ife ¡ft • lOTPfeJiff MB; Kralf' i|y:- H isfl ¡Pf fifel SEP •I ¡Rf', 111 Iff WASHINGTON NEWS UIIIK. Washington, D. C., April 37. Boitok Nuvvs-Chhoniclk : There is little doubt of the li- ability of Mr. McKinley and Secretary Root to impeachment for their open violation of law in paying two salarien to favored army officers in Cuba, and they would be likely to get it if con* gress had a democratic majority. Secretary Root's answer to the senate resolution asking for in- formation is a petlifgoging doc- ument from start to finish. It tells only a part of the truth, which is often much worse than telling a lie, but even then it contains a practical acknowledge ment of violation of law by the executive branch of the govern- ment, in the citation of acts of congress in 184' and 1853 author- izing extra compensation for army officers who performed civil duties in Mexico and Cali- fornia. This congress would have done the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 May 1900

' ■ ' Each man hi* own vocation. The talent ta the oall. There U one direction in which all apace U open to liiui. He ha faculties silently invit- ing him thltfter to entile exertion. He i« like a hip in a river; he ruu agaiu*t obstruction on every ic!e hut onei on that ide, all otwtructiou i t*k«Mi away and he sweeps «erenely 0ver tíod'a depth Into au infinite ea. fcun'taoH. I doubt not but there cornos to run <>n! F" III i T «; w Twenty Years Proof. Tutt'a Liver Pills keep the bow- els in natural motion and cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, con- stipation ar i kindred diseases. "Can't do without thenr R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va writes I don't know how I cou!< every ¡oiclli|fent an,I «mfcitioiii. Jo wUhou£ t|u.m , haV(. voting man a time when he feels , . e • i it i 11 *-iver dist ase for over twent that it is intended that he shall j , do something, that he deeply dt-; V ars* now entirely curt o aires to do ...

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

ffPfsl PPPI ' ' • PPs ¿ CALDWELL, MAY 4, 1900. iw ■ G- * m- —All those who wish to join an nthletic club will meet tonight at the Kraitchar building- for the purpose of doing something to- wards organizing. —In the county convention of Washington county last Satur- day, S. H. German was instruct- ed for as representative of the forty-eighth district. —On account of the weather a full attendance of the executive committee was not had last Sat- urday and the meeting was postponed until May 12. —Rev. W. Wootton requests us to announce that he will preach at Yellow Prairie on the second Sunday in this month and on Saturday night before. —Because of the inclement weather and in order to make further preparation the meeting at the Baptist church was post- poned for a week or two. The church has been holding cottage prayermcetings this week. —We have been very badly crowded for space this week and several of our communications are badly maimed. The parts taken out were principally about th...

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