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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

, jmrffibi i '■, iiJi . '3^'- 4. '■; #1^1 ?r' fe: lí! I VkMM ■■I. ■Hi': ■ W-8BIH AV í ¿ÉBiftSÉi^ di ; ft WW . • ! a « -V;1' ;«/ «i tí ■, IfVI'S GREAT SPRING SALE IC NMAf ÜMMál AiJ 19 "vff uVinu VN« ! invite one and all to my millinery opening Monday and Tuesday, April 9th and 10th. Miss Bowles wlli 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 IT\/I ORIGINATOR OF • L^£Z< V 1, CUT PRICES. WKWwwwwtHtwwraw To the Ladies v >■ > v.iftr JPE( '."riiVi irirtrirtnb lflriSrte § PEOPLE VOU KNOW. I Jim D* an < í Temple is in the city this week yisiting relative*. Hon. J. M. Matthis of Uren- hatn was here on uUsin- •— I ties- dav. Nclson went t<> « n a \ isii to her I. via kv of Cam- M-.hs K ^a Holik Mi .? I >1WSv Dalian S<iturd;< sister. Mb Molla- rton in visit'11^ this week. S.*m Levi returned Saturday from a stay of several week* at Beauttionu Miss I'.ka Turnur...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

smísjsi - "m W' ' >'$< • .# A i'P'> «H mmm mtrnm Jm- Si'. Kitf Pil i w - ■Sil ; ,f.y KÚtj ¡8E®K!w SI H®®!' }í, mm. lp';Í,; '■ Wñ EXs i i ■' t D« C«i M^y H NttWft-CtlltOlf 1CMI l Peculation has been added to the extravagant mismanagement of Cuban affaire for which the McKinley administration is re* sponsible. The war department and the postoffice department cure each tryinjj to throw respon- aibility upon the other for the shameful condition of affairs in Cuba, which have been only par- tially uncovered to public view through the discovery made by Col. Burton, an army officer who has beert or duty in Cuba, that C. W. F. Neeley, a prominent republican politician of Indiana, who is financial agent of the C.i- ban postal system, had embez- zled many thousands of dollars. Col. Burton has just reached Washington from Havana, under orders to tell Secretary Root the full extent of his discovery and to keep his mouth shut to every- body else. Rumor says that other American officials...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

fw THE CALDWELL NEWS ' ill Bureau, Sunset Route, Hou - Central R, R., Houston. ¡« no «ingle portion of •tote that can Htand aloof in world' progression and ex- to be carried to the acme of caire by forcing itsell into current which gravitates tu A CLEAR HEAD; good digestion; sound sleep; a fine appetite and a ripe old age, are some of the results of the use of Tutt's Liver Pills, A single dose will convince you oi their wonderful cffects and virtue. A Known Fact. t fCon wTth "he "in'il! An absolute cure for sick head- ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour stomach, dizsi ness, consti \ >.... t ion bilious fever, piles, torj id live: and all kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills ■ $jw''waHPB . ^ a AllfaSTIWQ At in the beginning, molecu- lar attraction produced congre- gated matter out of which grew worlds* and firmaments, so, car- rying out the simile, is it neces* aary for concert of action and J aggregation oí ideas and energy! to work to the upbuilding of an | idea or of a community. '1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

XfSflWTKwí'i ■■ ¡'HP- Ss¡i " ^W'' *?# '''"É3ía IL v. • *f " " í ;íu;<¡fpK/¡''ra P®«!lr! jUR®' p p II | mmm ®ra m s ai r". • trt ' !> ^ . —The kaleidoscope of política keep* a man guessing- ¡n this town. —We are under obligations to Prof. Vic Bunata this week for quite a collection of news items. —Mrs. A. B. Duckworth closed her «cbool at Cookes Point yes- terday with a picnic. Hon. A. L. Davis and Prof. Ernest Lackcy were representatives of Caldwell. —The C. S. P. S. lodge at New Tabor gave a theatrical and hop at their hall la«*t Saturday night. The building was crowded to its utmost capacity and it proved a very enjoyable occasion. —The blues is the most prev- alent disease in the county just now. The rain this week broke the camel's back, and almost every man you meet has a long lip and a deep look of mourning. —Albert Murray has been dil- igently wearing one of his eyes in a sling this week. He fainted from the effects of a blow in the stomach and fell on the sidewalk, cut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 May 1900

• ' ' 'i í' ; Caldwell News-Chronicle. OL'K AIM It. Villi i.KKATKST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOf,. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1900. NO. 52. ffiurcti Staff. * ********* J'rom Our ******* SOM RVII11. HOJtlKMVli.i.i., Tena*. May 22. EiuToh NKw*-CMHoNici.r : Mías Zulu Jackson went to the metropolis last Saturday to visit friends. Dr. John I. ittle and wife of Mr. Davidson, an old confed- Keilh wvru visi,in{<. hcrtf and in crate veteran, died last week and j jjIX ¡ast wee|4 Howard Coleman now occupies | the house formerly Used as the justice of the peace office and owned by Jim kagsdalc. Miss Mary 'l boinas of Provi- waa buried in Mr. Baker's res- ervation. He lived for many years near Huntsville arid has many friends there. Mrs. J. K. Zimmerman left Sunday morning for New < >r- leans for a two weeks visit to ¡as, Week with the family of John | her mother. Her husband went as far as Houston with her. (¡av Our commit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 May 1900

W.<ví^ ; ,i wr\jtim •< j/flmBBg _ fei- I KR J I Wf^1:' E# Sr '' te;# í £%' . - MHgffi # - ' X -fifeje-' ^V>; ' ' HWKBffiiV ■'.'' •: nwíP e ;' 'w'P.:''■'• tsssm0M Jip ¡í& ¿c r 1 1M I WMk 8H 811. BiK% ÜP:Ü wm aao— The Spiritual Man. BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Mown the Valley of Sorrow. With heart sorely stricken and chast- ened, Whence earthly ambition have flown, I pass down the valley of sorrow. The dim, dreary valley alone. There are newly-made graves in this valley. Where love's flowers lie withered and dead. And the sleeper# who rest 'neath this pillow- Wake not for our low, muffled tread. How we miss them! the loved ones departed; How empty seems all that remain ! We list for the sound of a footfall- For the tone that we loved -but in vain. No voice* are heard in this valley, Save chantings and dirges of woe. And the heart-rending wail of the mourners Whoadown this dark valley must go. Well-worn are the paths through this valley God's pilgrims all journey this way. And th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 May 1900

¡«á# THE CALDWELL NEWB-I Amiiit la hurt KI Mr. Haley and Houston Po l M y 12. Senator George C. (ircer of Beaumont, who i familiar with the condition surrounding the fee bill legation, «>n account of which or some construction of the fee bill Mr. Kinley in having his hard fight with Mr. Love, gave out the following statement today: The figbt being made on Mr. Kinley seems to me to be a very unjtmt one. 1 think I am in a position to know its origin and ibe spirit animating it. Not al!, but apparently quite a number of the sheriffs in the larger coun- ties of the state are opposing Mr. Kinley either because of «orne supposed connection of his with the enactment of sai 1 bill in 1897 or because of some con- struction on said bill since then, which was offensive to them and against their iuteivst. Tin first question is, why should Mr. Kin- Icy suffer because of the fee bill legislation? I cannot understand the justice of such a light. Being in a position t« kni'u tin' facts 1 am sure...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 May 1900

:'}!!* : P ■ i " the Caldwell laaued Every Friday Uornlnr Texa . Friday, May 25. HOW TO PROCEED. w$.. te-: m W ííi- WmV There has always been an in t cry of complaint in this against the condition of roads and an ineffectual demand for better ones. We all know that on a whole the roads of Burleson county have always been an eyesore, a sad comment- ary on our manag-ementof county affairs and an actual detriment to the people of the county. This is a very plain way < f stating the matter, but it is so. Now, we all know that our road system in many respects— judging from the manner in which it is put in operation and followed—is a most miserable failure and a ¿positive shame to Texas. We all know that pub- lic road affairs in this county have often been criminally mis- managed and those to whom were committed the charge of improv- ing our reads by the judicious expenditure of public funds have often been grossly negligent and shamefully untboughtful and in- competent. Still we must ...

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

WmlmMSmm I* riy-U«M KfMaili ká . i:iá | g| , CÍ iSíSEj:pí 111 J.''l ¡paS isSli; MM. [i', Mil ■ fa I m Loudon, May 36. Mr. U. J. Wins limn, special corivapoudeut of lito f'ally Mall, sends the following to Lis Lorcnao Munjuc*. May 2 . 1 have Just rvturiHHl from Pretoria, wbla*i P'ace 1 visited ut some rl*k In dm- The «tato of di'iiiorullsuilou tn the TrauHvr.nl ta remarkable. J'auit' md «uafUHioii prevail everywhor*. I;very one it> w >iiry of (be war ami full of fear of the coming of the Urn- it-h troupe. l*rc*idt'iit Krugcr bud nil airiuigeiucMiM uinde fur iitiiuidiui" ll.ulii, pn Mtiiuubly lo IIoIIiiihI. A ..p - clitl train, provisioned, always rtidy. wltii «i >niu up. Mailt, nomki dbiUnu-c from I'll torlu. Last Humiuy the «•>*• eminent consigned to llullutid thirty* *U lx xc i of bullion, insure ! ...V*> I'ouud* per Ihjx. Not much g* ld l# I'kely to be fouiid In tbc treasury. fbe Beat ot governm lit will Ims ivmatud to Waterval liuven. a tttiuill station u.t the Uel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 June 1900

' ' * ' 1 m PPPP {& ítóS® |;'5 ^ i ^ , j- , ■ tmm* . at;"' ' ■' 5Ü1 Jaia— g f, :''a'T^ n3gi;f^ • • < iiii Who «M «.dial "TPSrí * Ill II mill I |" o> the popultUoo of thff returned by the t*eMth i]|A« fir fro* 70,000, Tbe treaaury ¿e- the per capita clreu- o( MHujr OB the estimate of of population. or pnote o«B be neatly and m*** by « new device, which • tubalar reservoir to contain tha with a brash on one and, tha and being provided with a which fore* the glue unlona hitherto have been In Feria. It now to the, 1*0 Ii^iuy In tha three great ohopo, tn« Ban Marcha, Louvre and Bamsrttalae, am amd Rating the orgaalaetion of an ainai la I Ion or thla kind. Canadian Indians in mnunar prefer to live In their tanta, now Made of Uéntaasane. botín take np owrtan In their small Many of theee so flar etvtlieed "reds" have agricultural ma- chinery and ponies end cattle of their There are over 100 acroa of Philadel- phia land under cultivation sooth of Portar street, In the district know...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 June 1900

BUI ,¡®;> "■ i' PIP fo'Mmm -V"iÍ m I V '^fpip i fBiiwra nmmwMMww ••••••••« tha No OM iw clalswd that aha «u of aajr uae, and afea cartalnljr never of My uae. tad aha ca auda aa? suok rialai haraall It finar oeeuirad to har that aha could ba uaaful. aad aha reflected ibat ia a world ao awarailng with uaeful paraoaa «a this appeared to be--If one Judged by tha «elf-placed eat I mate >f thane peraona—there waa plenty of room for oae bllaaful creature of a oon-utilitarian aort. All of the other nenbara <at har family were Induatrloua. and savaral than were wlae. They won dlatlnc- along commercial and Intellec- Ifaea, ware aotad for their phll- athroplaa, aad ware aollcltad to laod their nanea to "eauaaa." They were associated with aearljr all of the lead- la* beaevolent aatarprlaaa of tha city. Now, It la impoaalble for aay sealnf aad bearing paraon to go about Chi- cago without becoming aware of the fa# that a larga number of the cftl- leaa of thia buay town are not having a g...

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

I ' É*4 I KM 4 m',: or suviri. II * was i «i It ttasM Km 4M> MM M «I IpM «I Me MM Hon. John H. Reagan, the only surviving member of Jefferson Davis' cabinet, read a paper at the United Coufe(k*rule Veterana* reunion iu the cit.v of Fort Worth of which the follow i ug is part. Helng matter of history, Judge Keagan had committed it to writ- ing: We recognize that the war end- ed thirty-live years ago, and we have accepted its result* in good faith, and owe our allegiance and doty to the Uuited States. If slaver; was a sin it was a nation- al sin, and should have been abol- ished at the expense of the na- tion. The slaves were recognized as sush and as property by the constitution and laws and courts of the United Status, and by every principle of justice and law if the government found it necessary to destroy this property it should have paid for it. But those who sought to free the slaves refused to consider the question as to the duty of the United States to pay tor them, l'resid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 June 1900

WB pRiíjfl rv " 5• ■ * - • : ''i;-,y • ;v ííé§$ |fMW a part of «II several day . j. M. Smith filled his rcl- ient at May afield )• Rev. WeemH Wootton ban been I ¡ wait at Rockdale thin week assisting in a protracted meeting-. Charles Krueger of Bellvillc spent a few day& in the city thin week with hi brother, Dr. Krue- ger. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barbee of Sun Angelo aro in the city thin week uniting Mr*. Barbee's rel- ative*. Aisss Florence Fraira of Mi- lano i* in the citv th!* week vis- * iting her sifter, Mrs. B. P. Del- A. Haaker, B. Lehmann, Rob- ert Schuerenbcrg and Julius Kollmey of Urenham were here Tuesday and Wednesday, giving testimonv in court. Mr. an J Mrs. J. W. Ragsdale are making their home at tbe residence of Wm. Reeves during the absence of Mrs. Reeves in the North and Fast. Waer Matthews left Saturday for Georgetown to visit relatives and attend commencement exer- cise . He intends to visit Aus- tin before returning. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dallas of Independence spen...

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

J . •: A* *SN¡¿ 9 MsMHMi m tm r ||íí- if IS hb HI «fi- ll § pPIMBpip Washington, D. 0., May 25. has been lying1 at well *• stealing in connection with Cuban affair . Firat assistant postmaster general, Perry Heath, has repeatedly and pub* lically leclared that he had noth- ing whatever to do with the ap- pointment of Neeley, the bead of the looting conspiracy, and now Mr. Rathboae, the suspended director of posts in Cuba, as- serts that be appointed Neeley on Perry Heath's recommenda- tion. There must be documen- tary evidence that will show ■which of these men have lied, and it ought to be produced, and doubtless will be if Senator Ba- con's resolution for a congres- sional investigation goes through. : The Boer peacc envoys, who have been snubbed officially and jollied personally by the admin- istration, are preparing to visit a number of large western cities for the purpose of trying to arouse a public sentiment that will compel the administration to do something to bring the war...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 June 1900

i *é mam. = = YOU BANKRUPT in health constitution undermined by ex* travagance in eating, by disre- garding the laws of nature, or physical capital all gone, if so, NEVER DESPAIR Tutt's Liver Pills will curc you. For sick headachc, dyspepsia sour stomach, malaria, torpid liver, constipation, biliousness and all kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills an absolute dure. were made: For railroad com- missioner, K. P. Curtis; for rep- resentative -18th district, J. R. n me , * * • —■ lon, were appointed delegates to the lite' ''district convention at Bren ham. v*n: (i. S. Hale, J. A. Bow- Austin Nelms, I. K. Addi- Folls, W. L. York, Joe Connolly, J. C. Connolly, IÍ. j ton. I). <1. Bowers. Jne Stone, (J. T. (harrison, K. I). Olive, W. W. Watson. N. K. Porter. Convention then adjourned. W. VV. Waisos. Chairman. N. K. 1J<>k i i k. Secretary. C lub Ori|MiiC<l. I)kvii.i.k. Texas. May 26. After the adjournment of the id To th. Public: Having been an active advo- of tbe "White Men' Uni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 June 1900

m ■ ■■ W' pit'- —Our correspondents have nearly all been drowned. —Win. Reeves haw put. down a cement sidewalk in front of bis bank building this week. —Gerard Banks is pushing a plan for an electric plant here and is meeting with encouraging success. —Charles Broaddus III has again returned to his former love and now performs the func- tions of devil in the Nkws-Chron- icle office. —Misses Maud Matthews and Neelie Baines were chosen as sponsors of Camp W. P. Rogers U. C. V., but neither attei.ded the reunion at Louisville. —There will perhaps be some kind of commencement exercises at the close of the city school next Tuesday, but as yet no deñnite program has been ar- ranged for the occasion. —A new postoffice, Wilcox, has been established in Burleson county, a few miles from Merle in the direction of Clay. We understand that Mrs. George Brookes is postmistress. —We notice that T. E. Wooten, a venerable old citixen of Bryan, died on the night of the 27th ult. He was an old companio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 June 1900

v;,.">" - ■ ; V->. ' , *'i ^:..; '■•'•■ ;$ . '"' y}:,: ®|. .■.■*;■ • V,1 b.A'*, t «rf*■*,Í' - ' * ft H* 11 "' ' ''fa ifl!^MP|PP^W8P^i:<W v-\MMRagi ' I u,/ • i4Éir wHIBHI Kp:®#«wk>« IhBekIISwF.. m .... 8H S" Í* ' ' 'f?!':" iiaiíNiíilHHtfiHattiM MMmm •"¿jpH' jé J§ n I n rr, ¡a ' . a'.: ' OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS ANO WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. i = CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900. NO. 2. &ro m Our Sfcura/ Staff. * ,*#*#*** SOMIR Villi. 8omkkviu.k. Texas, juuo 6. RDITOK N kwt-ch hon ic i. k: H. C. Barnrtt has finished tak- ing1 the census on west side of Miss Kleanor Porter in honor of Kd Milliard Thursday night was 4 source of much enjoyment toal! who were present. Mrs. \Y. F. Gambrel and two little sens of Dallas are visiting town, which numbers 500 popu- fr¡em|* and relatives in our vi- lation. This is about one-third ; c¡rtjtv this week of the population. Three weeks ha passed sine..- our community met the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 June 1900

wR1 . ||# "¿1 =r The Spiritual Man. BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Once More. now and then is one found who deliberately frames his plans so So often of late have I sought, as to make the most of himself in the public ministry and in and his opportunities. Such a private conversation, to persuade man always leaves his mark on men to commit their souls to his generation. He may do noth- Jesus Christ for salvation that J ing brilliant or startling on any have almost felt that another ef- one day. but in the run of life fort would be useless. But feel- he is sure to achieve results of Jog that some poor sinner, who enduring value. The capacity yet does not understand the way for concentration is a form of of life, may read these lines, I genius, and is much more to In bave determined to try once admired than the showy versa- more to make it plain. tility which is up to a little of If a man sins he is, and in the everything, but nev«?r goos nature of the case ought to be, through with anything." ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 June 1900

wfPiSll * * r 1 mmm i w 11 - sil viví,'í lili (* ? Prof. 3. C. Watt . ssarrszir- .. W M :f | P ■ flV I i school* are ciomchi ¡h Why efforts to advance He dormant for «six or Education is like io long- as a current is through it the water is and sparkling and al-ve, ut let the currcnt cease and a t pool with all its miasma scum and moss takes its phc. In activity is life, in dor- mancy is disease if not death. Our bo-ts are not moored to the banks of the river of Life, but afloat out in its current. A firm, strong, steady stroke i* neces- sary if we wish to ascend to the cities of Fame, Honor or Suc- cess. Crossed oars and folded arms will very soon drift us into the Unknown sea. noMK s n in*. What can be done without a teacher or a school? A great deal. The whole question of | home study presents itself. It it possible to take one < r more! subjects and by devoting leisure; time to their consideration mas- ter them before the arrival of the time to begin the next term of school. ...

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

nth* Caldwell ImuoU Every Friday Morning. ~ Caldwell, Texu, Friday, June 8. /S IT RítíHTt ft*. lie Wn ' A very close and warm friend of our editor, Hon. George B. Terrell of Cherokee eounty, who was a distinguished representa- tive in the last legislature, writes that though he has been renomi- nated. by the democrats of bis district, there is some danger of him being defeated for another term simply because a set of unappreciative and disgruntled democrats (?) have seen fit, with- out cause, to align themselves with the populists and work for his overthrow. Now, this is to be regretted. In the last legislature there was no man who more zealously and bravely fought for the principles of the democratic party, as enun- ciated in the state platform, than did Mr. Terrell. There was no man who, without fear or regard for his own personal interests, more valiantly struggled to have the declarations of his party platform enacted into law and carried out in the right spirit. The records of ...

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