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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

A Stare M lira Ust la 4 Maw Vtrl Stractan. f¿V- I—JIM r Oi I flGII. fMt hawhsr « famas Um Ihstr thas Is a Hnm fracas at ato City sf an Saw Viril Motel Haras. About a score af persons lost their liv«s as the result, on tlis sfternoon of tli 17th. of tiie burning of ths Windsor ludbel a-i New York. The procession is honor of St. Patrick bad jiwt passed by and ninny persons in addition to tfie guests were in the buiUJing. Tlis tí re in thought to have originut •«! from a iace cur- tain igniting on the tir-t floor unti ten minute-* later the flamea «ere rosring through the hotel,cutting off all mean of escape by elevat- or! and stairways. Probably ten or flfteen per oue perished within bslf sn hour and thirty or fortjr were injured by jumping. Some died at near-by residences and hospitals. M* - - ratal rurht. Fire men—T. C. Toler, chief of police; Tom (ioslee, sergeant of police; ,1. JK. Hart, city dcte - tivs; Louis llinkle, s business man. aod John O. Willtuuis, ton of the sheriff -we...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

" % . ~ | p' t I % * $jjt Iftív ^ la ■ ' r *Ú i1 ••• Sil ' Caldwell News-Chronicle. iTurTji jOINB . Editors and >ro rWw*. Entered ta the Caldwell, Tess , port* u second class matter. I# fit'.''- ÍV1'' WCW BVUY mi DAT M ok y I Ma. Love finds the way in, but It has to be thrown out. It's a poor contortionist that Make both enda meet. in't TO The man who Itches for a thing may fst it by lively scratching Some men Judge by appearances, but detectives Judge by disappearances. The Indolent man Is the first to claim that he never had an opportu- nity. . Bread may be the staff of life, but What the average man wants is a fai podding. There are fewer things in heaveu and earth than are dreamed of in a nightmare. The rye whisky combine will prob- abiy be followed by a strong advance la the headache market. The druggist who has conscientious •crupiés should also possess conscien- tious ounces and pounds. SmUmtr Latin' Irlfeatc U Daa«fc- tcr if CMftferacy. 4 SEAIfD ANGtt WIU IT It hMMI fc* a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

Isf S -¿Shi ——BÜWMWI < ommissMI Al dlMS . X! <• <oimnieaion of Inquiry to eta mine the beef question ha* „(i,u t<> Chicago. The eoiutnis- ll0„ nmile an iii pt>c(iuu of the p ckmg house# at the storkvarls vlu-re the refrigeruteii and the eaniKMl boef are prepared. The killing room was first visited and n(\t the cooling room. Here w, n- found Imlves of beef that IijkI I wen condemned either be cuumí the beef was badly bruised or i? ve cvidenoe that the animal luid liad tuberculosis. Men came in to prepare it for the rendering tank" preparatory to turniug it into a fertiliser. These tauks were carefully examined No evi- dence «as adduced that carcasses )ta«l passed through them. In the running department the commits mod aw the eooked meat carried in in huge caldron , deposited on a platform and put into cans by ttiMi-hinery. the chiis removed and n aled, olily a pinhole being left open ill the top. Next the cans were put under an iron tank and Mihjeeted to a heat of -...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

t.x . -. ^PS '• <* * ';:v- dngbtirpayi ta pata ■ perhaps neglect. Rfwffmd and ah* ANY * dutiful ignorance or The mother i suiter also. This to true only to • limited extent. No Tt pain to healthy. Every mother should inform her- self for her own sake and especially for the sake of her daughter. Write to Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn. Meat., for her adrice ahesit all matters concerning the ills of the '«minino MOTHERS PM Many a young girl's beauty is wasted by unnecessary pain at time of menstruation, and many indulgent mothers with mistaken kindness permit their daughters to grow careless about physical health. Miss Cabbi* M. Lamb. Big Beaver. Mich., writes: "Daaa Mas. Pinkham—A year ago I suffered from profuse and irregular menstruation and leucorrhasa. My appetite was variable. stomach sour and bowels were not regular, and was subject to pains like colic during menstruation. I wrote you and began to take Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and used two packages of Sanative Wash. You ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

% 1 '* ■' -i"-. ' ™ •: •>.-•<". í ~*nr v ' ''v •1. ;• y1 i-, i9*r ^ji• ¡.'IT? ■ ..ir I ll> liíll!!,,¡!i!!f5Í!lr!H! Ti D. LEVI, y—=rs V — 11 VWWMIWMWWWMW a:a:a: leader in cut prices j*;a;a; Great Rednctfoi Sale Now Going On.... The Greatest of all Sales Caldwell ever saw. Please come in and inspect and be convinced. Judge for yourself. 'wrnrn | PEOPLE YOU KNOW ? pete Jackson visited Mil.ino Sundav. |)r. Morch spent several day , in Lee county thin week. i Mi H Ncely Porter, of Brynier,, was in Caldwell Wednesday. W. M. Stone «pent la^t Friday in Georgetown, returning Satur- day. Mr*. J. W. Matthews went to Houston yesterday for a brief visit. K«J Sally, of Bren ham. sjunt nevera! days here this week, vis- iting friends. I)r. and Mrs. McLean and Miss Annie Klukan visited Waco la-1 Sunday, returning Tuesday. B. F. Freeman returned Tues- day nn rning from a two-week# absence at (íranhury attending court Mr*. M. A. Barton, formerly of Caldwell, but now of Haskell, arrived Monday...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

:V. 1 ■mp. -i ' "A ' -«■iMfc****#******** Jesse W. Jen^ios, The Jeweler, 5 Is now thoroughly settled down to business in his new stand in the Hudson Block, and can satisfy the most fastidious searcher after anything in his line. His two stocks have been combined and the whole stock replenished until he now his an ideal jewelry store. It is lacking in nothing. Educational Notes. XX,XX BY PROF. C. ¡AMES. 4 *e letetcope. part of Mexico and the ruins A new telescope for spec tro were about sixty miles from «n<? photography has recently been Guatemalan border. Dr. Heb- constructed and set up at Green- rahn, who has made ^tensive wich, England. The special line ; explorations in Mexi**®. ha* re- of work for which the telescope turned to Genn* ffr* He ex- has been built is the examina-' peci* h> org**«j>e an exploring tion of the spectrum as a means party and return to excavate the of determining the rate of motion ruined city. oi a body. The instrument is the gift of Sir Henry Th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

pp.',™/ *'lí Disusco war as ro«o. ^ 0I tke Uceptl—Mv P«tlcl«w Nate V^lwih War* BrMflM Out Purim Ike lw tlf i m. Valley Democrat, fhf "noHl revolting detail* that have yet appeared in connec- tion with the beef scandal are embraced in a recently publmhed «worn statement of Thomas K. Polaii, a former employe of the beef trust, lie was also super- jnteiident of tin* slaughtering de- partment for a considerable per- iod of time, and by virtue of his position inspected nearly all of thf beef that was killed. The details <>f this man's statement atv disgusting as to shock the grossest sensibilities of human- ity. They exceed decent belief, an«l would have been discarded as impossible, except for the fact that they have been substantiat- ed in their main features by .1 subsequently published card from ex-(iovernor Altgeld. The abuses were in existence during hi* administration, and he em- ployed the power of the state in an ineffectual effort to put them down. The tru-t was greater t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

oftWrtWMWyWWWMMWMWUMAAAñAAññAAAñMMMWMWtfiAMAAAMW^ I It pays to trade at COBB'S. CASH TELLS AT COBB'S STORE. People are fast finding out that it pays to buy for cash, and that it pays to trade here. They have become disgusted at the trashy, "Cheap John" stuffs that they have been getting in other towns, and to get good, honest goods, they cannot do bet- ter, if as well, as they can at our store. They know that our goods are dependable. Thev know that our methods are honest, and thev know that when the\ see it in our 9 9 • ad, it is a dved-in-the-wool-doubled-and-twisted truth. 9 To those who have not fallen inline with our army of volunteers, we wish to quote you a few prices below, which you will please compare with those \ou see from Rockdale, Iiryan or Brenham and see whose are the lowest. " The proof of the pudding is in the eating." W e wish also to say that we have one of the largest and best equipped stores and one of the largest stocks of Dry Goods, Dress Goods. Shoos. Giothl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

i' H Caldwell News-Chronicle v P'f# * i OlíK AIM I THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMER AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLB80N COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, UUKLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899. NO. 45. gragwjfi; mryfM? Faoan s Gash Prices. AAAAAA A A A A A A A A A A A A Arlington Cotton Plaids, «IJ in wide. . .21 .-e hMinburgh Cheviots 7'; " Fairfield Mattress Tick Alhrrton A C A Krather Tick So Amoskeag A C A Feather Tick lie Mavfair lirown Drilling 5c Nashville Heavy Drill. 7c Hope .Vi-inch Tileached Domestic 6c Fruit <>t tin* Loom 6' c lVj jHTrcli 10*4 HK-ai h d Sh< l\ j>j>< rrell ('-4 IJr«i',vn Sln- -tin; Lodi Shirting Print. t rt leeting Amoskeag and Lancaster Small Check Ginghams X He H Best Table ( )i! Cloth jC *IWfeW «HI• >'*'>5<*>3 3MG<s-(*•«•«• fr* <£■■&%-6 «• «KtK-«*(f PROM OUR RURAL STflPP. c s ;-t t f t v «' £ V0MÍ RVII11. morning hi i , .1 II Hi 1 . X . 'NU I. M.i 11. C W an Kuitmns N,,\t The report yiven me <>f C.ithcart's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE.. priationa? Not longer than next national election, we opine Mr a jomta. iéHf I In the Caldwell poeto® *• •■4-elmm matter. Sabacrtptloa Rate . r Year .... . Month iur Mont 11 o Month* "5 .YD Advertíalas Rate . Ail twivertlkinK n #r i p««y will becbanied e^nt. | -r Inch *ir litbf, with no reduetlon fiH lar*e u«l«. m.pi. «a one lnt irtlon twenty eenU u«r Each; two insertion* thlrty-flw c.'ut# per Inch; one njonth l*ty cent# per Inch. LoFkl rate* «even and one-half .s nt« per line 8r*t Insertion niid five ceuU per line ,<Mjb nuUkotiueut Insertion. Obituaries, curd* of thanks and notices of «nt«rtHtnments given for re I tí Ions, educa- tional or t-harltubU- purpose at half regu- lar rates Local notice* of all kind* 11.00 per hundred «ora* Br t Insertion and SO cent* per hun- dred words each *ut equent Insertion. The news-I'hkon"icle desires a corre#- nondent at every po*t«®ce In the county, ud In eschanfte will furnish the paper. sta- tionery and po*ta*e free...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

«•*** The Spiritual Man* BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Conscience in Religion. \ preacher asked a woman if ¡ her husbiod was a christian. She replied: «Ye , sir; he in a chris- tian off and °n-* ', hc «off-anü- on brand of religion seems to be verv prevalent at thin «lay. The everyday, steady-pulling chris- tian in the exception and not the rule. The majority of church members seem to have no con-l science in the performance of re-! ligiouH duties. If everything goes I right they are apparently devoted j christians, but if anything goes! wrong they (like a balky horse refuse to pull. i God distinctly requires of his children that they shall not for-j *ake the assembling of them-1 selves together, and yet I knew a , man whose religious conscience! wan so dead that it allowed hi in j to violate this scripture every Sunday except one for six years, simply because he did not like one of the members of the church.' I knew another man wlu> habitu- ally violated this scripture be- cause the sing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

For Spring Driving there ¡ft nothing like one of our open, canopy top surreys lor family use. They are matchless for con- venience and general utility, and are the best all around carriage on the market. When you buy one of our well-built* stylish and hnndsottn carriages you get splendid value for your money, and genuino satisfac- tion. Take a look at our superb stock, consisting of new Slough ton ' WvKon . Adrlancc Buckeye Mow* era, Thorn a« Hay Hnkea, fiwfraw Cultivators. We also handle everything In the building lino, especially Screen lK>ors and Windows. ' • * • When in town call and see us. T. A. LOW & SONS. Brenhani, Texas. . 1 LI. — wmmn fflí J. M. Fa^an is just hack from a two-weeks' journey to St. Louis, where it would appear he has done some lively buying, judging from the way new goods are blocking up the sidewalk and the aisles <>f the store. Miss LaBauve will he pleased to show the ladies a charming display <>f very chic model hats and all the newest ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

«$r \v/-' . ra* v ' wUt, Dt 1$ Rlsts. Ha la RImu : from the belfries HwMtnt h«rbln|*n of pMM Are prorialaltg to tb* aatioaa That mankind baa bis rala Ha ia risen! aith lb* angel. Htandlng nnar the varint tomb* Whara i auperhuman halo Has absorbe 1 tba aulaiun gloom. Bo U ri«en' and tha flower* Hand ibrir tragraw** from tba earth To tha throae wnere ba ia reigning— Wnere of paiu there a utter dearth. Ba I* ri«an! and eraatlou With it thousand variad era ta. Blow m« on# va t congt station Like a field of banding reed —Ueor¿e F. «halts ETHEL'S EASTER. THKL lived on the seashore that par? I of the Alabama I'oaat which lb* Moblliau* call "Ov- 1 er the Bay" and she visited Mobil# rsrely except dur- ing Christmas and Raster hhe was a hoay little girt, with leaaous and piano practice. and asked o many qu«"-ti<>na that an old se* captain who lived near bar home gave her tha name of Littla Conundrum. Coma dajra bofo* fcaatsr aba want with bar governee* into tha city, and m* a woman atti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

■ ML II Newo-Chronlclc. , editors and Proprietors, la ths CahUell, Tm . V**- m W"'J' i nw rmiPAT apanino bill-poster know his place It Is the fool who know* enough I hit fouth doited. Wedlock rhymes with deadlock Ml draw your own Inference. You is no question shout tears be- the crying need of humanity. Kipling will soon take up one of the •hite man's real burdens, the doctor'** MIL There is more than one kind of smokeless powder that Is fatal to man- kind. old bachelor says a woman's of mind is an effect without a Some Jokes you can't see the point of tome points you can't see the Joke of. Uruguay has a new cabinet With good luck it is expected to last almost ■■til Baater. Evidently the Kaiser doesn't pro- to he outdone by Billy Mason ia friendship. C6NRSSO rather, Wfet far the Bui. •r JUDGE J. I. COCHRAN WODNBEI to <a m Affair * •f as kmmt t* Mm i We are told that music Is the food ol love, but a great deal of it is evi- dently the test of despair. It sometimes happens that whe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

t i rout uxciUment prerslled aft Hutchinson, Kan., whsn the Cor- tille!' and bis assistants removed from the debris of John Moore's r« Millonee lbs bodies of his Ave jit11** children. When the firemen uix 1 neighbors entered the bouse thr father was the oil; member of the family outside. While the building was still burning it is at- lo^ed Moore1 mounted hi horse an (I rode away. The eoroner'a inquest revealed the fsct that a foul crime had been committed. The skull of each ehild had been in touted and all but one bad been ftuhbed in the neck and their lit- i It- bodies were badly burned. \\ hen the father wsa called before iho coroner's Jury to testify hs •Hid that he was a Wakened by the •moke and that be found the hou*e on Are all over. It was fif- teen minutes, be said, before he recovered his senses, and that be did not try to save his ohilciren because he knew they must be lead, as the tiro had sturted in the room in which they were. His riding away from the tiro be ex* |iluin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

fwtHL,i, ' v";'' . P':'^^lfSIINÍIÉBlfiÉdHB Sf1? m *• Ü The Pioneer Medicine is Ayers Sarsaparilla Before sarsaptrillts were known, fifty years ago, it began its work. Since then you can count the sarsa- parillas by the thousands withevery variation of imita- tion of the original, ex- cept one. They have never been able to im- itate the quality of die pioneer. When you see Aycfs on a bottle of sarsa- parilla that is enough; you can If you want an have" confidence at once. experiment, buy anybody's Sarsaparilla; if you want a cure, you must buy Auer s [TW StfupartOt «lick Samptfith (>■ on] OF 99 CAM II svwr VMV PLEASANTLY AMONO - The Ozarks Of Arkansas THE CRESCENT HOTEL AT EUREKA SPRINGS was opened por the season ON FEBRUARY 23 ANO EXCURSION TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT ANY TIME VIA THE SANTAFEROUTE writeporparticulam W. S. KBENAN. Gee'l NuMn|ir GALVESTON Wl Mf Can viimw/sA (mmüwmrUÍ H havta* ■ kmrvrtt ÓutSt" cui-iniaalnna. ftw IWIIWUMW f iinjr boot publltfcpd. Iliv« 4 mWtht wiiltr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

9 99 CCS HERALDS OF SPRING for the* p<*t may be the lilies, but for the women folks a showing of New Spring Dress Goods 1 has a greater meaning. Our store fairly blossom® with delightfully attractive patterns in ()rgantlies, Chullies and other spring and summer goods. They come from makers who spare no time, thought or money in producing exquisite designs; but with all their beauty and good I quality they cost little. All our other depart- T i7\7T K ments have complete new stocks. I V X# ^ Mwm&wMmMfWWHmfmthWMmfmfwmpmwfmfmmmNMWfmmmwmm * * PEOPLE YOU KNOW. i 1 v n ■y.tt.wr.wwvsru), WMMW 7/HÍ visited B.enham C. W. Curry Sunday. Prof. Jame visited Taylor last Saturday. Walter Murrav spent Sunday Helton in Hrenham. Perry, of Brenham, were victors, furniture business at that place, in Caldwell Saturday and Sunday. Frank leaves a host of friends i \v 111 i , iit „ u ^ t hcre und al1 hope him a11 kind8 L. W. Black and Will Head, of the Black settlement, in Lee county, were in town We...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

===== g 1 ; A ==— ra#*#*#**###*******#**#***#***##' *##*♦#*< ########### Jesse W. JenkiQS, The Jeweler, Is no* thoroughly settled down to business in his new stand in the Hudson Block, and can satisfy the most fastidious searcher after anything in his line. His two stocks have been combined and the whole stock replenished until he now has an ideal jewelry store. It is lacking in nothing. #** We Must Respect the Low. Jgichmond Coaster. Mou law is a disgrace to civili- sation and should be suppressed. That's what all the leading pa- pers, public men and officials say. Whenever a community of people become silly enough to hang a poor, helpless fellow-citizen for aaurder or rapine, some governor and all the «leading editors stand «p on their rear pedalities. fold their ears around their shoulders and bray forth a scathing denun- ciation of mobs. And this is right. The people at this stage of a class-gt>verned country have no right to defend themselves or mete out punish- ment to d...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

hwkIImí ft I Item R ' Cm*Y IIi x. Texan, March 27. editoks Nkwh-Ciihonici.k: We have juhi read with inter- est. and we hope with benefit, two interesting articles in the last is- sue oí the nkws-chnoniu.i;, one entitled «A Plea for (iood Farm Journal . by Mr. George, the other, «Need of Co-operation,* by «iohabod, the reading of which has ujffjfeated to our niind some thoughts, or rather reminded us of ¡some thoughts we had had and which we had intended writing alontf this line. The subject referred to have no doubt received due considera- tion at the hands of the gentle- men who wrote them; still, with your permission wc would like to add a few word* along the same line that we hope may be of pass* ing interest to your readers. As a farmer- not one of those theoretical farmers who «loes his farming upon paper, but as one who has dime hi* share of plow- ing sweating and swearing we have given considerable thought to ¿he conditions oí the average farmer, the many things needful and r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 March 1899

It pays to trade at COBB'S. i##i| if CASH TILLS AT COBB'S STORE. People are fast finding out that it pays to buy for cash, and that it pays to trade here. They have become disgusted at the trashy. -Cheap John" stuffs that they have been jetting in other towns, and to got good, honest goods. the> cannot do bet- ter. if as well, as they can at our stoT. They know that our goods arc dependable. They know that our methods are honest, and they know that when the\ see it in our ad, it is a dyed-in-the-wool-doubled-and-twisted truth. To those who have not fallen inline with our army of volunteers, we wish to quote you a few prices below, which you will please compare with those sou see from Rockdale. Ilryan or Brenhamand see whose are the lowest. "The proof of the pudding is in the eating." We wish also to say that we have one of the largest and best equipped stores and one of the largest stocks of Dru Goods. Dress Goods.Shoes. Clothing.flats and Millinery In Central Texas. 6T A Rl C Ha...

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