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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

Bridgeport, Conn., Sept. 17.— Thai criminal DHkUm tuied the death of the young woman whose head and legs were found in the mill pond hrfre ft few days ago, is the belief of phyeieians who have examined the trunk of the body whieh was found later in the same pond. An operation, the physi- cians believe, was performed last week; blood poisoning set in and the woman died on Friday or Saturday. Then to hide the crime the body was out into seven pieces and thrown into the pond. The trunk was evidently thrown into the pond after the other parte of the body were found. The first discovery in this trage- dy was made, * hen two boys found a bundle in the Yellow Mill river that contained the legs of a wom- an. They were wrapped in olothes and a white rubber sheeting such as is used by physicians and nnrses. One leg was chopped in two. Both were cut off at tne thigh. Another bundle was found a little later containing the head of a woman, 35 years old. It was wrapped in a piece of man's underwe...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

u :■ v - :M '■ - • •' & ■ Frank Beaumont, an ex r, said to a reporter of líme Hearald: wish to correct a statement I to the effect that the fight between the state rangers Indinan jras the battle of Lost in 1874. That was not the , fight by several. The last one the * battle of the Sierra mountain*, in West Texas, 29, 1881. 1 was in that bat* Our force consisted of thirty* rangers, being detachments companies A and B. Capt. W. Baylor of company A, Capt. Neville of company B, e both along. "A band of Mescaleno Apaches made a raid on which they attacked • train of Mexicans carrying goods •nd merchandise, killing the Mex- icans and capturing their goods. They also attacked a stage in Bass canyon, killing the driver, John Morgan, and a passenger who was a San Antonio gambler. "We took the trail of the In- 4ians, and after following it 28 days located their camp ou the night of Jan. 28, 1*81. Before daybreak the following morniug we crawled up to within good gun- shot range, and ther...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

Ik* la «Orate. To get an idea of a cyclone's formation, imagine a large circu- lar pan or tub with quite a large hole in the middle of the bottom, says St. Nicholas. With this hole as suggested, fill the vessel with water, then draw out the plug and watch. There is first rush of water from all direc- tions toward the hole and a turbu- lent effort to get through. Then the water surface above begins to sink and swirl, the particles gradually circling around and around, and rushing over faster toward the center. At last there is actually a hollow space through the center, around which all the water in the tub is whirling slug- gishly near the rim, but with more and more violent rapidity toward the center until it rushes downward through the bottom. Now, if that water was all air you would be watching a little cyclone turned up-side-down, for the air rushes upward inntrad of down- ward. In the cradle of cyclones dur- ing the summer months, when the land and water grow hotter and hotter ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

flM Livingston, Tesa*. Sept. 17. Vl Mjr Teacher Friend : For those whom I have known u4 been associated with as teach* era I shall ever have an abiding feeling of kinship and sympathy time, distance and changed iditions in life can not destroy. One who has been in the profes- sion of teaching, and has not felt that he occupied a place in a cir- cle where every other member was bis kinsman and was not only entitled to but demanded of kin his deepest altruistic feel- of sympathy and fraternity, not been a true teacher. A teacher's love, interest and fideli- ty for his work can best be gauged by the manner in which he deals ■with his fellow-teachers. Not as one who would appear as an infallible arbiter in matters pertaining to human conduct and of a professional nature, nor as one apostolic or dictatorial, but as one who still retains a feeling of high regard for your labors and an earnest desire to advance the cause of education until every ' human being alive in the world shall feel ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

Mrs. Merrin has been on the sick list again this week. John C. Jones leaves for Pal* entiné next Monday on business. Dr. K. B. Little and wife, of Tunis, were in our city yester- day. Miss Carrie Thompson, of Vel- low Prairie, was in the city Tues- day. Miss Lillie Hodges, of Tunis, spent Hcveral days in the city this week. Miss Raymond Heslep leaves thin week to attend school at Cor- sicana. Mrs. Henslee, of Lyons, vis- ited the family of W. W. Rankin this week. Mrs. J. M. Fagan, who is visit- ing in St. Louis, is expected home next week. Mrs. Hal Hitchcock has been sick this week, but in reported recovering. Misses Kliza and Ada Wood and Carrie Farr, of Lyons, were in our city Tuesday. Bown: To Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hipped, on Monday morning, Scj>- tember 19, a fine boy. Miss Kleanor Murray returned Monday afternoon (rom a visit to relatives in Lampasas. Miss Lillie Murray and little J. W. arc sick again thin week at the residence of Frank Kin#. Mins Sarah Homan. formerly of Caldwe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

IB iPP'. te iüt From lime to time we come upon assertions in the goldbug press that the cause of silver is forever lost and that Mr. Bryan's importance in national politics became a thing of the past with the defeat of Nb, says the Times- Democrat It surely is no disad- vantage to the democratic party that its opponents should persist in hugging' this delusion, and yet truth compels us to say that it has no justification in the facto of the situation. Nay, more, such an assertion constitutes a libel on one of the great historic parties into which, under differ- ent names, the American people have instinctively divided from the very foundation of the gov- ernment. In truth, our institu- tions would lack the first ele- ment of stability if millions of Americans stood ready to imperil the dearest interests of the re- public to subserve the passing fancy of the hour. In such case the ballot box would be to the mob what the dynamite bomb is to the red-handed anarchist, and American democ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

al Km rdr. The democracy of Texas is to have a grand state rally at Dallaa on October I, the opening day of the State Fair and Dallaa expo- sition. The occaaion ha been designated aa «Democrat Day. Many distinguished leaders of the party, state and national, will he in attendance. Hon. Joseph D. Sayera, nominee for governor, will be the principal orator of the clay. The promoters of «Democrat Day desire to make it the moat memorable in the history of polit- ical campaigning in Texas. We request your co-operation and presence to aid in making the event the succchh desired. Please interest the democrats and the public generally of your vicinity ¡n the matter. The most liberal railroad rates ever given in Texas for a similar occasion have been procured-~$l for the round trip for points with- in !<* miles of Dallas, and a max- imum rate not to exceed $5 for the round trip from any point in Texa*. Come to Dalla* on October 1, and urge your people to come. Yours very truly, R. K. L. Sa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

1 y , W ' U " ■ ' f, .. Great Cash Bargains! % Over $45,000 worth of choice merchandise, bought at low prices, now awaiting the attention and appreciation of the trade at our store, Below we name a few prices for your consideration: Harmony shirt prints 2H Martha Washington dress styles 3 Over 6000 yards fall standard, beautiful new de- igns in dress styles, figured oil reds, indigo blac and Simpson's and American silver greys and blacks and whites 4 Windsor Epetants and Amaranths, high grade, up- to-date dress styles 5 Washington oil colora, dress and quilt styles, best made 5 Standard solid oil colors—reds, bines, greens and yellows 5 1 case Saxon 36-inch percales, new dress styles 5 1 bale Broa son C, yard wide, brown domestic 3 1 bale Aladra, yard wide. Sea Island brown do 4 2 bales Arrow brand, yard wide, brown domestic, extra value • 5 1 bale Exposition, yard wide, heavy brown domes- tic. 2h yards to the pound 5 Japan, yard wide, soft finish bleached domestic... J Starter, yar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

Caldwell News-Chronicle. vol* XIX. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1898. i' PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. " BRYMU. Bmymkm. Tela*. Kept. 2«>. Einto N*w*CH«oinci.B: Harvey Billingslcy went to Corpus Christi last week to wit- ness the reproduction of the Schley-Ccvera naval battle. fry Robinson «pent Saturday nitfht and Sunday in our village. The young people «pent a very pleasant evening at the home of G. W. Fool last Sunday, singing being the source of enjoyment. Loddie Hoberson is just recov- ering from an attack of bilious fever. Mr*. K. M. Oldham was very nick last week, but we art glad to report her better. Miss Jessie Goodman was ta- ken with fever Saturday. Miss John Burns, George Choat and Mr. Albright's babies are on the sick list. All arc improving at this writing. Mrs. David Cox has been call- ed to the bedside of her daughter in Holland, who has taken an- other relapse....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

I Bar Sí?'''? 1SÉ * ■ £& BR,{y; fe' vi: Ufe HMv ESR cuma hwI&F9 v • ■Kit, m H m| "w -. ■1*1, ' JfMfl. ÍMm la tb« OfcMtwe! i p *to«c m KCMSCIRONICLL m thc ,orm of an editorial orer ' the signature of Hearst the pro- prietor of the Journal. It asserts in sabstuce that the democrat in congres* and the democratic press are responsible for the de- claration of war against Spain; that the American people are re- sponsible for the great triumphs on land and sea. and that the republican party is responsible lount ot money in the United for the war's Mismanagement and States treasury is assuming such , the deaths and needless sorrow proportions as to threaten the I which mars national rejoicing: A Hm soraely. These can always he raised as a surplus and will be a source of revenue every week in the vear. STOP THE TAXES. Pilot- The war :> over—peace has declared. The large easily ship the surplus t aihi-r markets and relieve the strain. Texas eggs are acarce at pres. i eat and price...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

1 il'fe ffWPMVNIMV ■■■■■MMBV0 Píwctz Building, F^ust & Joiner, WE PRINT NEWSPAPERS. PAM' PHLETS, CATALOGUES, BRIEFS, BLANKS. COU* PON BOOKS, NOTES, MORTGAGES, LETTER HEADS. NOTE HEADS. BILL HEADS. CARDS. ENVELOPES. AND ALL KINDS OF PRINTED SUPPLIES. A A A A WE PRINT EVERYTHING. A mm n# Ut ni in *ú B k.44 rV *W> o K3K3I <u K** WE WANT YOUR JOB PRINT* ING, AND IF YOU WANT NEAT, ARTISTIC, STYLISH WORK, WE WILL BE SURE TO GET ITA-YAWE ARE DOING NOTHING BUT FIRST-CLASS WORK, AND INVITE A COMPARISON BETWEEN OUR PRINTING AND THE VERY BESTXJCXXWE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR SAMPLES, QUOTING PRICES, AND FILLING YOUR ORDERS.A.A.A.AAA: y «y Caldwell, ✓ ✓ Texas. ^ * W^AWWW.MWW.WWWíWMWAWW.^ ,W^WM,WftWMV*WMVW WMWWjWWMf The lntrrn«tH>n«l Outlook. W. in UajitiM Standard. The prtüHcni indications arc that hifttorv will be rapidly made in the next twenty-five yearn. We believe that already some- thing like a forecast may be pre- dicted upon existing internation- al conditions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

f>i-. léifrt mi la tlii* Caldwell pnstoSc u mc- MMt. I*Md Ewff Prtdar Momio*. OVS*TiaiNS IMTIt. MI« <>M inwriíoD twenty rents t««> iDtrnliM lklnj:-lrr • •Mil ; uo« «bobIS sUty renta per Inch. f « t b and rvne-hixlf < ni r*r In Mr r ton sud lif ceaU per line wjct-r.i Insertion. •ari ">. <-, rd <>f thack* and notK-«n of iwtS|lr« for wltflom, «4oe > or char.parpo*** at balf r -*u- •*- il antlo * of all kind* «.00 per Su futrid i ir t In rtlon and M rent per hue - vorda * • ii tubM-^urnt insert Ion. sEs have been openly accused by general in the army of incompetency and mismanage* ment in not a good «-ay to con- vince the country that the war department either wishes to find the guilty or intends to punish them when found. A case in ¡ryan Nebraska, received much attention from prominent demócrata during the several days they were in Washington working in the interest of Ne- braska volunteers. Col. Bryan could not publicly talk politics. Stive I y m retortio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

la th« Caldee! ÉMinuw. THE AH AHE OTHEXS. then chances are against tbem. r//£ > //.•* i r.i\>€\EA' i /:. t The following rather « nervy I i: bora of strength, and are every- where making inroad upon the strength of their weak and falter- ! ing opponent , and unless some- u •« thing occur to turn back the ' tide now running full and stroog toward the old party of the peo pie. the republican will be The following communication (swept from place and power, and received by the Burlington democracy will be triumphantly indent from one of its pa- installed in the great marble cap- ítol. «lend me a few copse of the paper ^ e . indeed, if the republicans which hac i be obituary and vcr* would win they must work as «t ut the death of mjr little child * thev have never worked, and ••nth or*-. aro. Y «i win publish iiu lh€ close-and tJC enclo ed j.tpptng ab*.<ut ray toeee í 1 ' je. at.u i w.i h t-.*u would men- I, if it don't cost an> things that I going to hare a public ale and wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

^fnPB IM7 0I ft* Tilia interesting story of the Ori- ental queen who is now to the fore in taken from the Chicago Times- Herald: The empress dowager of China wáa in no wise born to greatness; neither was it thrust upon her. She achieved it in the face of what wonld neein utterly insurmountable difficulties. She was not of the court circle; there was do one to introduoe her to the eligiblea of the time. Ber parents were ob- scure, her life hud. Yet for over twenty years she has practically rated a vast empire, and when the eves of the wopld have been fixed upon the Chinese dynasty, it han been openly announced thai the empress dowager has assumed the entire rights of the reigning mon- arch, a step unexpected by even those who knew her to be the real power behind the throne, for that die should actually occupy it and all the ministers take their in- -t ructions from a woman is a mar- vel in that far-off laud. It is a terrible thing for the Celestials to realize that a woman is their r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

HOTES. THE PANHANPlE SCWSATtOW. rilte 2000 «ow an<l mire* TSeUmeaf la t*e AIW|#d Wlls Mi i the other day «old at $25 ém Gsse m Wil at Teroea. * Vernon, Tax., Sept. 27.—Rev. J. Walton «i tallad in jO- E: Morrión oí PmihurfWi, atunawav a .ident near Knrata. Tax .ia tang tried tar. to «bu v.v.^ inn v district oouit - for hi® ufe, the _ . 1 * ' . charge being for the alleaed niur- The Poatal Telegraph I able Co. d„ hj, £|(<, 0D ^ ,0 1|<a7 will ove Iheir itate hoadqnarter., HsrriMB „ y,, puo, the tnm San A otimio « Dallas. Northern Methodiat ehnreh at Pin- Hogg and his daughter ar- Caudle, Tes. According to teeti at 8au Francisco on the Ala- monv his wife sang in the ehoir «teda, returning from their visit to ^0<j *Was in apparent good health Honolulu. Jte was taken violently ill shortly At a meeting of the colored la after they returned from church, or onion at Galveston Sunday it which was atiout 10 p. m. Her «as decided to continue the«tnke i sickness was soou followed wit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

Col Wm. J. Bryan ii/oonflnwl ul 1,íh bed with fever in Washing- ton City. it is said that the war haa eo«r 8,"in about $376,000,000 besides tj'(. Iosh of her eolomea and her ship" destroyed in battle. A mine explosion at Browns- ville Pa., entombed seventy men. Of this number all were rescued wive eight, who were killed out- right- „ The United States commissioner b„s decided that sheep dips are not included in patent medicines, and, therefore, are not taxable under the revenue law. It is reported that Lon Arnett has sold all his cattle in the Itadian Territory, 5500 mixed cattle, to Oliver & Tuttle of Mineo, I. T., at $21 per head. Four negroes were lynched three month* ago at Wetuuipka, Ala., on suspicion of murder. A fifth eacaped. Ho, too, has now been raptured, but he never reached the jail- At Flora, Indiana, robber blow open the gate of the Farmer* bank and secured aboat $12,000. The work was done about 2 o'clock in the night and the robbers made good their escape. A stra...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

tev. m m PRICE OP COTTON. ' The New York Tribune publisher • review of the history of cotton lor the past four year , and say* A price of cotton nearly a cent fewer than ever before daring September appears to threaten lower ragne than has yet been reached, at least until prospects for the next year are so defined that a sharp reduction in yield can he expected. It was recently shown that if there was actual con sumption of over 10,000 bales of American cotton for the first time during the last year it has only been by so exceeding the demand for goods that important works in this country have already stopped in considerable numbers. The market for goods, all coun tries considered, has not yet war ranted such a consumption in the manufacture, although it has ex- panded with really remarkable speed. The consuming population •f the world increases slowly, if at all, and it is not twenty y cars since as much as 6,000,000 bales of all kinds of cotton had ever been con- sumed in manufact...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Infidelity ha no sony** There ¡H nothing- in infidelity to innpire ong. The christian sinjfs: «I am M> irla<l the Father in heaven TelU « f Hi love in the book He ha* given. How grimly absurd would be the ing that Shakapeare attribute to mercy, «It bleaaeth him that give* and him that takes. XXX Recently we asked an intellU gent young woman, a member of the cUurch, to join our Sunday infidel'M effort to paraphrase that ¡ ^Ihsk. I he reason she as- signed for declining the invitation wan that *hc was afraid we would song: Will a man find it in his heart to sing because there is no Father in heaven and because no! ' oUt ^mv little she knew about love and no book to mortals he |the Hib,c- I)oe* a wise boy re^ has given? An infidel may ning. fuse to go to school for fear the teacher will find out how little he knows about grammar and arith- metic? Does the sick man refuse medical attention because he is but he borrows all his songs. It is impossible to conceiv...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 September 1898

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