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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 June 1900

ÉÉ'lÉM kM I i : a#?®' i'lií I )í* a f I bill as It survey of the to rhe city ef Included cost or and procuring depth of four. Ave ind iwpMtlv |jr from tito mouth r to the town of Old Wa*h- . in Washington county. The from Old Washington to Waco I* to show Hit most advantageous depth to each point end whether a *y*t'«ni of lock* «nd dam* will bo net-esaary and the coat and location of «ame. Tin bill ts now in conference and will probably Im> dUpon-d of to Morrow. The frienda of the Braco* nver hre confident that the amend- ment will «tick in the conference. Along with the acuate provision look- ing to a survey ot the Bratos river is a Mil introduced by Mr. Hawley ap- propriating $100,000 for miUntaiuIng and further improving the harbor at the mouth of the river. Out of this «turn an expenditure of |l."i0,000 In contemplated for repairing aud com- pleting the present jetties, and the bal- ance is to be devoted to the construc- tion and operation of a dredge to se- cure and maintain...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 June 1900

¡ÜiMIilllli of rloe in the United quito un indi lord mayor oí to veil known as a total ab- advocato. , to only O'? family in town ex- enough to hire a tutor, and takaa car* of the furnace.— Globe. R ?presentatlve Fitagerald, of Maua- saya there are too many bach- the younger members of men in Italy derive no much Income from foreigner that of the students now learn to «Mk English and German. Dublin to to have a permanent me- " of Queen Victoria's visit to Ira- Among the suggestions is one erection of a statue. A German naturalist has collected evidence that monkeys, doga. cata, birds and other animals recognise i or other animals in mirrors A school teacher lately put the quea- te the highest form of animal life?" "The gírate." respond- ed a bright member of the class.—Lon- don Tit-Bits. The half-breed Frenchmen, or "Ca- m clm," aa they are popularly termed, a respectable proportion of In the river and towns. plan to being tried lg Copenhagen No books are used, hot the boys are inst...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 June 1900

ti «da. ota of HLw *ta 1 u§ through a miserable shivered wh«n- awoka. for she i end of the food. There two potajes left and only a ' Blue «woke crying bard to Mt. Roaalle gave bar and Ml (ha potatoes to roaat- of the big fireplace, the pane* of the one window a feeble drissle all tbe and now It began to poor In torréate, and Rosalie and Blale were toread to tbe chimney place to keep dry. By en bare the ruin drope some- times managed to And the way spd aputtered and hissed as tbey fell on tbe Art. Rosalie went to a large wood- boa and flung handful after needful of dry «ticks on tbe flames. There «amr a pound upon the door as tf someone were bitting It in a great hurry to get In. Rosalie crept cautious- ly to the window and looked out. All that aba could se at the door was an old woman, In a high, peaked hat and a patchwork quilt pinned over her aboalders to keep off the rain. "Poor old creature." cried Rosalie to herself, sad she flew to tbe door to let her K The ole woman made a lo...

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

I < fy 8 ívílí^í^'^IvS:' Íl«f I BeMÉÉIÍM U ^ ® 1 Jf i®' ** y' ^ V A . J ■ . '-■; ••."' m si «Pi- li Attorney General I . n* mude the following that will not only plore of interest, but will eu- the public generally on a important feature of judi- cial proceeding: There *eeuis to be a great deal of coufusion resulting from the fetU Carter caae. 1 prepared the decision of the supreme court in the brief in that caae which pre- sented the state's view of the cr"te to that court. Seth Carter la a negro, who, at the time of the him charging him with the niur- indictment was found against der, lived in Galveston, T x. He waa tried by a jury composed en- tirely of white men, was found guilty and given the death penal- ty. Upon appeal to the court of criminal appeals, the caae waa af- trmed. By writ of error it was carded to the United states su- preme court. In the trial conrt the defendant, Beth Carter, marte a option to quash the indictment on the ground that "the Jury commissioners ap...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 June 1900

«ti " fe PPPPPPI^M IINPMPMM . und wife of in our city Monday. Mr . Tom William to be gone a I I W. J. Harris spent a few day* this* v UK* in Austin attending to «orne business. Mr . S. U. Murray returned y from a visit of onie Brenham. Jennie Gray was taken ednesdav, and is quite sick something resembling slow r. Mrs. Annie Threadgill of Pal- estine has been spending some time a. the home of her sister Mrs. Peel \elms, Miss (Georgia Watford of Cooke* Point is in vlie city this week and will spend a week or longer with friends. Miss Lucy and Delia Carroll returned Saturday froin Corsi- cana, where Miss Lucy has been teaching the last session. Miss Nannie King returned Monday from La ¿range, where she lias been for some time teaching a class in music. Mrs. I. N. Jackson arrived Monday from her home at Ala- mogordo, N. M., and will spend some time with relatives here. Miss Klla Hartón of Itasca, who has quite a number of friends here, is a guest at the! home oí Mr. J. K. Hartgraves. Mr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 June 1900

TH* CALDWELL NEWS i I 4.1' E mi: Í sfels mí m ft® i 'p Eg# Mid Ockan, May 20,1900. Nrws-Chkonicmc : III order to reach the Paris ex- position we Americana muat em- hark. There is no dry road thither. Embarkation on a great Knar is an act on a great atage with comic, melodramic and even tragic scenes. The huge ves- sel looms alongside the pier. The hour for sailing is It o'clock, hot three hours earlier the pas- sengers begin to arrive with bag and baggage, scrip and scrip- page, some with family, valets and maids, others alone. Some with six trunks, others with a grip and an umbrella. Some in Uvefied carriages, others on the street car. Messengers arrive with flowers, the gift of friends. Some of the bouquets are mag- aificcnt and expensive. They are now, three days out, dis- played in the steamer salon, miking it look like a florist's ba- aaar. One huge bouquet of rare roses and orchids, I am told, cost at least one hundred dollars. • • • For an hour or more before the time for sai...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 June 1900

i 1 Mkxico ClW, May 18. 1900. Edito* Nkws Chmoniclk: Many timen during a üome- what extended sojourn ¡n Mex- ico, I have thought your reader might enjoy knowiug a little «bout the Mexican people and their customs. mo T am going to jot down a few things that may prove of interest. This is truly a lund of tientan (festive day ). These fiestas are divided into two classes, national and Catholic, the latter outnum- bering the former ami observed more strictly. These people never celebrate half way; if two of these days come in one week they are ob- served to the fullest extent. In malarial districts Tutt's Pills are indispcnsible, they keep the system in perfect order and are an absolute cure for sick headache, indigestion, malaria, torpid liver, constipa- tion and all bilious diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills at this time the people almost live in the churches. I only vis- ited the cathedral and Santa Do- mingo, one of the oldest and most noted churches of the city, being the church of the ...

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

CALDWELL, - .", • • V ' Stlf?.F W•': ','# HH —The oil mill bus been run- ■ing in full harness this week. —In some kind of a broil Sun day night R. Struwe bad his arm and kand accidentiy cut very severely and came near bleeding' to death. —The new cotton warehouse at the American round bale gin is about completed and adds considerably to the looks as well as the value of the lot. —Some of the commissioners were in town Tuesday attending a abort session of the commission- ers' court. No business of very much importance was dis- posed of. —The small boys are hust- ling away to the water holes; the court house loungers are at their posts both early and late; the sun beats down from near the *enith; the invincible lovely girl is festive at the ice creain par- lor, and everything indicates that summer isn't more than a half mile off. —The convention last Satur- day was "recorded" in some men's minds in a wav that it will be forever "preaerved," If some men could be placed in a big phonogr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

■mnB ■ *W' RttH Wt '■ 1 p «SW ,'"' '- m í V ' v ■.•*' ■■ ■ • ? S&™ ' Si *.-•« w 1 í •' • ■;■'•• ■*• ;Tv ■ <■; .', tW ,y < •"" " '■ -■, fí: ." rypi V;." '*•..■ «. ^'4;' i.:." " V--" "■*"' - " .. y Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COCJNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1900. NO. 3. ■M i ' £ ' Í 3*rom Our Sfeurai Staff, t * <* : A Ward to Correspondents. Old David Harum said that "a reasonable amount of fleas is good for a dog- they keep him from brooding on being- a dog," and consequently we have de- cided that a little friendly wor- rying of our good-hearted band of correspondents will be good /or them- 'twill keep them from brooding on the "sad and uncer- tain" weather. This in what we want to say: Nearly all of the communication* have been coming in Wednesday afternoon or Thursday morning, when the very nature of thing* around our office require* that they be here Tuesd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

WM (ml m lip / • , . i. . "■ v ,i\ ,.vh.';if¿ M • t." •, -¿vi ' > f: • THE CALDWELL NEWS dr- ag lilliBHI WBlttiiliWMNMWNWMNWWNMMWMWMNMWI The Spiritual Man* xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Against the slander there is mo defense. It starts with a word—with a shrug— with a nod —with a quizzical expression of the eye, or raoith, aye, even with a smile. It is pestilencc waking in darkness, spreading contagion far and wide, which the most wary traveler cannot avoid; it is the heart-seaching dagger of the asassin; it is the poisoned arrow whose wounds are incurable; it is the mortal •ting of the deadly adder; mur- der is its employment, irt^<fcence ¡ta prey and ruin its sport. A man who at the midnight hour fires the dwelling of an- other docs an injury; he burns the roof, pillar, raiment, the ▼ery shelter from the storm und tempest; but he does an injury that can be repaired. The storm may indeed beat and chill- ing blasts assail, but charity will receive the victim into her dwelling; w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

= M PF'' * | TS JP$®?£s*SP w$m i 1111 1 , department. WKLmW^ ii m ? prof. 3. C. TOntt . Given below i the subatancc of the addrcHH delivered by B. I. Sparks, a member of the Cald- well Mchool board, at the clotting «xerciaea of the city school last week. Ita inspiration, thought and wise advice will certainly make it of interest to all who read this department: "When the duty of delivering these diplomas was assigned me 1 was deeply sensible of my ina- bility to give adequate expres- sion to the thoughts and emo- tions inspired by this occasion, but not being a man to shirk- duty or anything that, in my opinion, is for the good of so- ciety or the upbuilding of our town in an educational way, 1 am before you, as I hope I shall ever be, to do the very best 1 can. 1 am not an educated man in the strict sense of the word, but have had some advantages that perhaps you have not availed yourselves of. Some of you have bad rare opportunities for obtain- ing an education i.nd have abso- lut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

is 1 I in the Caldwell poatottce & aec- •ad-olaaa matter. laaued Every Friday Morning. Subscrlptioa Rat . r Mont n* "ontlu . •1 no !W 2ft Advertising Rat . Toi All advert toliiR on first page <*M be charged Itents p« r Inch trui*lit, with no reduction ir I urge ad . DlapUy ads one insertion twenty cents Mr fuch; two Insertions ttalrty-flv.- enuta per Inch: one month sixty cents per Inch. Local rates seven and one-half cents per line first insertion Rd five cents per line MOb subsequent Inser on. OMlUarles. cards of thuuks and not Ves of entertainment* given for religions, oduea- ttoaal or cbarltabu purposes at half regu- lar rates. gal notices of a:i k.nds 11.00 per hundred i Árst Insertion and 80 cents per bun *x dred words each subsequent insertion. The NEWB-CHKOKiCi.r. desire* a corres- uoudent nt every posUtfHce in the county, and in exchange will furnish the paper, sta- tionery and postage free, Will l > pleased to correspond with any one ai the subject. Caldwell, Tex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

. mm tm Otee II Walhar. ■ B|l I lo tli* British 7 at Reodevsl, «hem the cut Lord Roberts' tin* of om- ÜM fourth battalloa of re ragla at tirt all htUed, wouaded or mad* prisoners. #*■ oept sis enlisted awn. Two officers aad Mteoo mea varo killed aod flva efteers «ad sevsntytwo men wound- ad, Many of the* severely. The Boer* returned tb* wounded to the British. The oncers killed were Lieutenant olontl Bal rd-Douglass and Lieuten- ant Hnwley. The wounded lnclnde Colonel Wilkinson and Lieutenant Blanchard of the Csaadlan Infnntrj. It Is Inferred that the Bóers captured over 600 men and a* lato as June 10 held the positions, cutting off the British forces aorth of Kroonstadt from reinforcements. The dispatch from General Porrostler-Walker says General Methujpn Is lighting ten mile* from Hellbron. The news that the shutting off of Lord Robert#' com agent for a sewing ma- in Mestoo. the Interior of rial ted General Torres' lioadquartora at Torrlou and tolls or a spirited en- gagement la«t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

wm THE < I* 1ft ftff 1 • •*WfW Wi,< . ' ■ > the Caldwell Ü ■*1 Marat *. i ftfe ÜI# if Hi ,■ IN A NUTIHBLL >$| g i—oh, Jobo, I mi w «arma up coagreee loa of Chiaa is eatlmated ■ an amy of 40,900 mea wall train*a. Tba Btbla eon taint no word of «ara tbaa tlx tyllables Mr. Gadabout—Tkat to? Whot la trouble aowf—Puck. aad «bita la eoaibinatloa are rage la tba aaat. No lavar tbaa thirty-three geaeralt in South Africa. •At «bal age do you think a Ctrl aarry? She—Whoa aakad. truths arc tbc aimpleet; nan—A aoa. Mr. Frank Richard car- Had sixteen boraaa to Hartford. Cobb. flfeeea aiiliioa of ama arc a^id to to tbc great Cbiaese Society of Cmokal Baglith: "Bull dog for aala; will aat aaytbiag; very food of eblMrca." Wa know a msa tbat likca aiuaic ao wall be uaaa a typewriter juat to bear tba bell ring. maletera of Mlnneapolia arc urging oa a vigorout campaign for better piay- grouadt for children. A great boildiag to bouae all tbc ao- rietlee compoeiag tbc acieotiiic alii- aace o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

•wfwvwP''' Hi li- if thnai, •I tke curt. koMlag out or aete- It HMwd •old lo Ik* ««Mai, akurrylag bat It was «m aed featejr to Tfcmiah |*e haate which Utá little «Ml* laiage of the wlag- a Nat or BMtlom «arrow m * ' V. Rjfj;: i aa atUtute of erlagtac iia af Pletro war* hr bayoatf the brllllaat ahoga la his iMaglaattoa la the Wyeiaa flelda hla Seatriela. wlmv Um sunlight nmIowi aad tha anile of everywhere. O vallaat haart of Pletro! For two aow ha hat Molded plaater canta aold bia waraa oa aad hoarded tha aaager •ato to ha *ule to get back to hla Bea- tfkrta. Oa tha baaka of the Tiber he had :<aft bar, pleklag (rapoa with tba Ma aad girla la the Roaa vinar arda, aad he hod coase to aeak aa W Dorado haMra he clalMad her aa hta bride. For oae lone, aad /ear of aa pa ration aha 'rote to blM. She upbraided him Mr h|a ek #neae la winning the wealth they hpd draaned of. aha acolded bin ft* oaly Iuke-warm affection, oka woaaded kla aeaaltlva aoul wltk re- peated attacks oa bla loyalty aa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

& I' : ' t if wkmm THE CALDWELL VEWS-CHBONIC^E. CALDWELL, WP texas. jtritftta, two. 1 1 H .u Ü' OritMi Troops Encoged ImtT 9rWvs • • • • • • 240,000 80.000 30,000 11.000 •200.000.000 Not Known IrlUit'E victory over U « Boers is aed tkt hMTti at ths with «arrow. it waa mot tkt Britleh B4tloo bad iwwi of huatillatlea, their ultimate iimckm wm daabtod. It WM oot achievsd without o lose 4 lite imttr, perhape, than Moai the Boer*. The war begaa with an ultimatum la South ▲trican republic, issued •bar 10, and put lato eftect 11. FOr days before this It known that such a result was Inavltable. Grievances asserted by outlanders in the Transvaal, made aa oceesion for Intervention by Great Britain, had remained ui corrected. Mediation ba8 failed. Long negotia- tions, tentative on both sides, made alear differences of Intention which could not be reconciled, "resident Kruger, pressed by the aggressive ele- ment of young Boers,' finally decided to take the Initiative. Prealdeut Steyn of the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

'I if 1 Í PEOPLE YOU KNOW. •mm——iBiiiin—i mil O. P. Storm made a flying trip to Milano Wednesday. Mb* Ola Bowles visited among her friends at Cooke Point Sun* day. Ed AmhIcr came up from Brenham yesterday and will fttay a day or two. Mra. L. J. Storm went to Yel- low Prairie Monday and in vis- iting there this week. Mrs. Marie Tucker spent Sat- urday in Galveston with her sis- ter, returning Monday. Young Harry Haynes of Bren- ham is spending a week or more with relatives in Caldwell. Prof. J. N. Correll and some NEWS-( Rev. Nath Thompson left Wednesday for Jewett to attend the district conference at that place. He made many warm friends while in Caldwell. Miss Maud Moore, whose home is at Cameron, but who has been attending the univer- sity at Georgetown, is in the the city visiting Rev. and Mrs. Weems Wootton. Miss Lillie Oldham of Porter's Prairie, who has been visiting for a month at Rogers, Waco, Temple and other places, re- turned Monday and went out to her home Wednesday. Mis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

, ?7f,, Y* W Sil THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, JUNE 15, ¿Paris Cxpositt'on jCetter. S&y Our &*guiar Co rr*spon<Í0nt. Pa his, Fkanck, May 28, 1900. Kditok News-Curoniclb: Paris, at all times a world's center, has this year eclipsed even herself by the splendor of her universal exposition. Every nation of the world Has contrib- T8S PRODOCTIOW OF OOLXX Baarly #10,000,000,000 Ntt4 Slac* tfea IMscevry of Amorte*. Of the $10,000,0(10,000 of gold pro* iluccd in the world tinco the discovery of America, more than onc-Jiaif has bien found j.ínce 18C0, and more than one-quarter since 1885, or to put it in other words, cnc-ha'f c f the gold mined in the last 4U0 years ha ... .... . . been produced within 40 \car-, and j mosque that will at once be 11 . . .. ,, * ' . 1 . , ,n . one-fourth within 15 vear*. Ihc known « the borne of Turkey; tr,aiU V ,ms ,„„j and third, the national building of the United States which is not unlike General Grant's tomb at Riverside park. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

, D. C., June 8. i demócrata could not make publican majority in con- rea remain in afeaaion and :t the buainraa they were to transact, but they did thoroughly expoee the hypocricy of the republican treatment of ao important matter as the Nic- aragua canal bi'l, the trust ques- tion and the reduction of war taxes before adjournment, and they did more. In the debate on the armor pla}e clause of the naval appropriation bill, the dem- ocratic senators made their %ht on the armor trust ho hot that 91V5HIK rurarwau lun • Fortify the bod y against disease by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso- lute cure for sick headache,dys- pepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, jaundice, bilious ncss and all kindred t oublcs. "The Ply-Wheel oI Life" Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are the fly-wheel oflifc. 1 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. Fairlei^h, Platte Cannon, Col. Tutt's Liver Pills _ ,, , . ¡of the house to enthusiasm by...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 June 1900

9$ of th« Stilt BliHiPI9l,^.RPIu- fcJ' ll.'viM Ov 1 •1' $ 1 . ]V'",J¡ r.t V * \ij 11%™^"' —Saturday is expected to be •omewhat interesting in a politi- cal way. —Fagan baa a new ad in this issue which we urge you to see and read. Don't overlook what he has to siy. —We are told that all the teachers selected to constitute the next faculty have accepted their j.ositions. —The hay presses in the vi- c'nity of Caldwell are doing con- stant work, and hay and oats are K«ing saved in a hurry. —Lnlike many towns, Cald- well, on the whole, is a clcan town. Let it remain so and let no occassion pass to make it cleaner. —A large per cent, of the male population of Caldwell has been at different parts of Burleson county this week meddling with the minnows. —Are there any peaches in Burleson county? We have not seen any on the streets at all. Of course, we want some sweet peaches but are not going to say a Word about it. 15, —Census enumerator, Bob Oli- ver, has about completed taking the cenaus...

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