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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

\ í £/¿'Aí" t fl TV Wi/fc^ r>i n -aii ■■ . Í .* i i. V W^vii4^r^ The Caldwell News-Chrónicle. VOL. XV1I1. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1897. Caldwell Cannot Afford to Let the Larger Towns Drain NO. L Realizing the responsibility resting upon me to hold the money spent for Furniture, (Within Caldwell's legitimate territory) at home, our people being wideawake and intelligent, Í have adopted the method of meeting even their CUT PRICES, freight added. I know our citizens are anxious to leave their CASH at home (provided they can do us well). So we invito you to lii in, pictuies of pieces of Furniture you want. If I can't sell you as cheaply don't buy of me. But I WILL meet, their prices- The Cleburne Herald bee en* l Í«)iis* on l'riees on my Kitch- en Safes aiM $4.0:) and $->.00 you pay half the freight. Mv prices are 8-1.00 and s i..*>!), .lo'.inston paying the freight. •\ nice He<l Room Suit 20x24 Imported He vol Mirror o(i Dresser, Med -.Mifeet .2 ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

Caldwell Chronicle B. P. HtTTCHlNOB. Editor «o<1 l'rop'r i CALDWELL. TEXAS Senator Detioe of Kentucky, u said to have indorsed Brutus Clay, son oí Cassius M. Clay, for Minister to Switzerland. The widow of Chief Justice Woodward of Pennsylvania, is dead. She was childless and left 9800,000 to distant relatives. A U. S. gunboat will he sent to Alaskan waters to protect Ameri- cans and American interests from the raids of foreign adventurers. At Cleveland, Ohio, a strike is on between two labor unions over the proper division on piece work for the Ship Building companies yarda. George Steptoe Washington, o: Philadelphia, a great-great-grand nephew of Gen. Washington, has been refused an Invitation to the unveiling of a monument to Wash ington in his home city. The queen regent of Spain has issued a decree authorizing the raising of 8,000,000 pounds, to be secured by the customs duties of that kingdom, to meet the oost of military operations in Cuba and the Philippine islands. It is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

sx-x , TIB LB1ISL4TURB. ■rtef Maptrt mt Ikt Lul WnI'i Wwk •« f ¡I Senator Greer moved the appoint- tnent of another conference com- mittee on the fee bill. Senator Beal moved u a substi- tute to concur in the hcuse amend- ments. Both propositions wets discussed at great length. Mr. Beal Anally withdrew his* substitute and Mr. Greer's motion went over. The-Waco & Northwestern con- solidation bill passed finally. House bill, authorizing the con- solidation of the La Porte and the Galveston & Western railways, was passed to third reading. The latter ioad runs along one of the principle streets of Galveston and the friends of the bill say the consol- idation '.vill give better and cheaper wharf services. The, house bill appropriating 9io,uoo lor pay ot mileage and per diem ot members, was laid before the senate. SenaterQolqnit moved to post- pone indefinitely, which would have the effect ot killing the bill. Senator Morrisa moved to table subject to call. During the discussion o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

« $¿uj ¡ r;y I*" w ft CALDWELL VEWS-CURilMI'LE,psrty nd will be of the! pleasant line#, its patronag* re- Wm. J. liryan stamp. Our local: mnnarative, and bright and cheer- a JOIN Kit. Kmioii* jim I'micmmm* UNITED WE STAND, DIVID- ED WE FALL." politic will be to work for the KoIcimI In tl ' innU IHi i" at m- Bed-cUsnTnuttir. Oih- Year VU ih„ Tlini1 Motil i • UB*C*l*riON RATI* r H until • caldwell. tkxa*. mav j" SALUTATORY. beat interests of Caldwell aod Hur leron county. We cau of course take oo interest in any differences that may arise between the people icg rays of hope setmed to glitter *1 M I on in the iuture, as its iditor thought, The above maxim is never like gliatoning icicles on Diana's shown to better advantage than in temple. Hut slat! for the vicissi- ■ the history of a email city like tudes of fortune ia all human f.1 Caldwell. ¡ in the future, but shall devote c urj tsirs: When hopes were highest Just so long as all the citizens time and attention strictly to the *r.d ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE—SUPPLEMENT. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1897. f I i j THE ■ SREAT ECLIPSE! Not. of any of the Planets, But of all Competition Aliko in the DRY GOODS Business. LOOK AT THIS. 25c 35 4c 3c Job .r D(> Mens JNeglegee Shirts in boau- tífui paite*'no all sizes real value 5oc eclipse price Jo'i> 8oo Mens Negletjee Shirts made of best percale and mod ras trimmed with pearl buttons all sizes real yalue 75c <¡elipse price 5oo La isleevless Vests loc value eclipso price ,ooo yards 27 inch Cotton Stripes value 5c eclipse price 5ooo yards Standard Mress printsbeau- ♦ ifnl Sprinjj Patterns value 5c, our regular 4 I 2c kind, eclipse price 8 1 2c 5ooo yauls Heavy K E Brown Domes tie :")c value, our regular 4 l-8c kind, eclipse price 4c 2ooo yards."Beautiful Patterns in shirt- iug prints, the 4 1-Vc kind, eclipse price 3 l-2c 5ooo yarcls of Soft linish bleached Do- mestic full yard wide, the 5c kind, .feciipse price 4c oo dozen M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

6v > í Tesaa. of 9.7 aéreage COTTON ACHKAGK OP 1897. B&oaada That of 1896 by 9.7 Per Cent. Tu Galveston News oiTueadsy gi veathe first of the 1807 series ol crop reports. The reports were trom 470 correspondent* and cover- ed 1&8 outton growing couutie* in An average increase per cent, in the ootton (his year ovtr last was shown, and an increase of 5 psr oent. in the corn aoreage. In wheat and oats the acreage, the reporte indicate, has been reduced. The ootton acreage of Texas last year, acoording to the revised estimate of the department of agri- culture, was 6,758,656, the greatest in the history of the state. The increaee this year would thus make the acreage 7,433,046. Scarcity of seed in many locali- ties has kept the acreage slightly below what it otherwise would be. The crop is practically all planted. The conditions of both corn and ootton this season are very similar. The growth of tooth has been re- tarded by cold weather, heavy rains and cold nights. This i« p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

Joined Un nmttlHt Church- J. F. Cobb, CASH PRICE ONLY. Nacogdoches, Texas, May 17.— tber • an unusual occurrence took place in the Baptist church last Sunday night. After the | - -j-p morning service Kev. T. B. Hnr- p J Tal, pastor oi the ohurcb, opened the doors for membership, when : Bev. GK W. itoynton who has been ¡ •n iiinerant Methodist preacher j catering for cash trade, and realizing the fact that for the past ten years, stepped for-| © ward«nd offered for membership. monev is scarce and hard to earn, I am making very low prices, He Btated in so doing he honeBtly \ J and conscientiously believed that iheftrptist was the oorreot doo- trine; that he had always tried to be an honeBt man and when he be- came convinced that he oould no longer preaoh the Methodist doc- trine, he tendered his resignation to the conference of which he wa9 a member. The ordinanoe of bap- tism will be administered on him next Thursday night. A Showman's Trick. CirniKl «liirv'H Report. It was his quick...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

THE Y0LUNT1KKQUAK I). MnaMMr«Mm< •• Pre %e P«er« •al pNTMt Mml lu*rlkr M. (Special ('oarwpoudanrt. > Austin May 14.—'The sensation of the past week was the oontro versy between Adjutant-General Mabry and Representative Wol- **•« provoked by the legislator's > Attack upon the state encampment appropriation and his reflections upon all the offioers of the State Volunteer Guard, "from the com- mander-in-chief down." Mr. Wolters in opposing; the $30,000 appropriation for the annual en- campment, characterised these en- campments as "annual drunks," etc., and undertook to ridicule the adjutant-general and other offioers. Responding General Mabry ad- mitted that some liauors were drunk at these gatherings, but not more, he suggested, than by the members at any meeting of the legislature, and he protested that because some of the young men drank to excess, it was no more just to declare the encamp- ment annual drunks, than to de- nounce the legislatures as biennal drunks. Gen Mabr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

ft BRIDe FROM THe TOMB; OR. ¿erePet of f¡VVet* éíoiise. I l r CHAPTER III. LADY LUOIK In the dead of the night one'* nerves are not ut their strongest; and awakening suddenly iu a strange and weird house, startled by Bome sound unaccountable. Bar bara Mervyn wan astonished to find herself trembling, us she sprang out of bed and threw on her warm |ieignoir. But in reality she was brave as a lion, this girl who had never known any cause for fear, and she opened her door, guided by the last flicker of the fire, and peered into the corridor. Something was there—yes, she heard a Bound, a long drawn, sor- rowful sigh, and then came a creeping, stealthy, ghostly step Íiassing close to her, asjt seemed, >ut no one was visible. A strong supernatural fear shook her. She recalled Bebe's excited story of the White Lady with the dagger at her cruel heart, and at that moment the big watch dog, chained out in the courtyard, howled dismally. Bar- bara quivered; she longed to rush back to her bed...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1897

■ p mf lee Cream Freezers. '('i) Lawn Mowers, Lawn Sprinklers, Garden Hose, Etc, We have a bitr stock of these ¿goods and must sell them. Come and tee us and let us give you some prices. We want, to sell you your (Jinuers Supplies, Oils, Belting, Packing, Presses and Gin Stands. Why uot let us make your cistern and gutter your house now while we have time? We will be busy this fall and can't fill your orders as promptly as we can now. As for Stoves, Tin and Grauite Iron tfoods we have no competition. For Woodwork, Wagon Material and Hardware of all kinds at Hock Bottom Prices you know we are the people. Come and let us sell vou what you need iu our line. ■-A-. 23. O-A-IRR, J"R. THE LOCAL NEWS. The county clerk issued license to wad Monday to A. J. Hill and Haggle Crawley. Wm. Reeve a left Monday for iMarlin, the city of hot water lame,' to remain a few days. Burleson county's cora crop is mow assured, and cjtton is doing some splendid growing. Gall on us at our new stand in the Kral...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 May 1897

Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 28, v NO. 2. J. F. Cobb, ONE CASH PRICE ONLY. r*r mjm* i I am catering for cash trade, and realizing the fact that money k scarce and hard to earn, I am making very low prices, and you will, I think, agree with me ii you will only make a com- parison of goods of same quality. Now really don't you always feel better satisfied when you buy your goods of a store that has but one cash price to everybody, and a store that has the reputation of keeping* only good goods and at low prices? Below I name a few prices, as I have not the space to name all the articles: Bronson C yard wide Domestic, • 3 1 -2c •Kennebec l< L vd wide Sea Island Dom- , estío (¡lit Krigu yard wide Bleached Domestic Scorcher, yard wide Bleached Domestic Washington C Drilling •Trenton A A A Drilling liOweii 10 4 Sheeting PepperelI 10-4 Sheeting, Brown Pepperell 10-4 Sheeting, Bleached, Muscogee Mattress Tick Amoskeag A C A Best Feath...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 May 1897

CALDWELL NBWS-CBK0Ü1CLE. RUST & JOINER, Pnoi'BiKTORs. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Notice to tbe Patriotic I'eopi of Texan. T uq (o speak oat and aot for his homo and country. Texas Board Tsooeifise C ntennial <]«NMQ)asioDera, ■ f ; W. W. Dkxtik, ■4,. General Minagtr. By .C. B. Lebold, Secretary. '"iy First tthlpineiit of Paper. On the first day of the present nonth, with due ceremonies, the Tennessee Centennial Exposition waa opened at Nsshviile. That whioh in its conoepti in waa in- tended only as a state exhibit, has developed into a grand interna- tional exposition—rivaling in all Ite features and msgnifioent dis- plays the grandeur of the reoent exposition held at Chioago. Every oountry on the globe is there rep- reeented—every state in the Amer. loan Union is there, offering with pride that which represents ita general advantsges, and th<* prog- ress of ita people. All! no, not •11, there is one csrspicunus by its •bsenoe. Texas, the grandest In extent—the riohest in sjII—with c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 May 1897

p Kept Hi* Word. Mmord, A. B. Smith, of tha Borliogton In* talking «bout railroad* and railroad building, and he told ot the most malignant bit cf falsi graten?** which any railroad ad- matice sgubt waa «ver guilty of. It waa aamewhera of in Waat Vir- giiaa, and the auu whoae Ui«in«a* it was to go aoroaa th* oouotry and win the ftror of the Maidtnta, •o that they would ▼•** honda, atrucc an interoiounUin region, and fquud that that particular county was practically dominated by an old farmer away up on ib« ridge. The road wanted emoe thing like $100,009 fro-n the county, and tue akinoaiehiug party appeared unto the man of the<rHgM with a request for ¿ii MbUttuw. The uki iellow, wboao D<ame was* Bear lea, waa willing, un one con- dition, to help out. Hju wante t the read to come near hie own place. Cufcbmaa, the • ftmL, look* ed ovar the situation, t nd «tier u time'promised. 41The line," be said, run witwin 1U0 yatdd uf yocr front gate. Is ibat utar ei ougti?" Searlea said it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 May 1897

Ü ü lí:"7 lu the Caldwell matter. •uaaCWIPTIOM RATI t .::;::::::::::::::;:: >t *< ng CALDWELL. TEXAS. MAY U. IM. > HOME INDUSTRY CLUBS. All over the atete in cities of ell rine end kinda home industry olube ere being orgenised. Cald- well should not be bebind in tbs prooestkra. Such en organisation do e community en inoeluul- amount of good, and we would earn eat] y reoommend the or tion of suoh a club, and will be pleased to join one at any time. Everybody is eligible who Ime any buying to do, no matter -whether man or woman. Talk over the matter, fellow- dtisena, end agree on aome even ing for an informal maas meeting end start the ball to rolling. Don't get the idea that this is an insig nifioant matter. It may mean •everal hundred dollars worth of trade to a number oi our mer chants. The plens and objects of such an organisation are mainly oomposed «fe pledge on the psrt of eech member to trade at home in every ease where quality and price are equal. Agitate the matter ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 May 1897

. T. i r EE • ORE A Not of any of But of all Competition Aliko in the Planets, the DRY GOODS Business. LOOK AT THIS. Job £'30 Mens Neglegee Shirts in beau- tifni patterns all sizes real value 5oc eclipse price 25c Job$00 Mens Neglegee Shirts made of best percale and moriros turn mod with pearl buttons all sizes real value 75c eclipse price 35 6oo La Sleevless Vests loc value eclipse price 4c l,ooo yards 27 inch Cotton Stripes valuó 5c eclipse price 3c 5ooo yards Standard Mress prints beau- tiful Spring Patterns value 5c, our regular 4 I tfc kind, eclipse price 3 l-2e 5ooo yards Heavy E E Brown Domes* tic />c value, our regular 4 l-8c kind, eclipse price 4c Uooo yards Beaut iful Patterns in .shirt- ing prints, the 4 1-Vc kind, eclipse price 3 l-2c 5ooo yards of Soft limsh bleached Do- mestic full yard wide, the 5c kind, eclipse price 4c loo dozen Huck Towels easy worth loc. eclipse-price 2 l-2c 5oo yards Beautiful Figured fiord Pi- que 3u in. wide, easy value loc, eclipse price 5c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 May 1897

it Wu Tn Math tor Ik* Lawytn. ' la a ditputa between the Indiana and " oannery mea, aeoordiug to the 8e> le Poet-IntelUffencer, a Mr. March i oft)led ae a witneen, and the way be gave hie teettmony proved to the lawyer . if heve you been in thia part ntry, Mr. March T" forty-Hie, fifty, flfty-ftve "Flfty-flve yaara," aald the lawyer, amé then, aa if he were eddreeeinff QMMoplwr Columbua, he asked: "And what did you dlaeorer, Mr. baehr "A dark-vlaaffcd aavage." , "Darlc-viaagad aavage, eh? Tea, and (■feat did you eay to him?" MI aald It wea a flae day." "Vine day? Yea, and what did he aajr to you?" Mr. March rattled off a whole yarn ita Chinook, and kept on, to the mirth wt the whole courtroom, until per- emptorily out oil by the gavel of the M1 asked you what reply the eavago j to you, Mr. March. Please answer queatlon," aald the irate croae-ex- Aaother 1 jJofMnaaM r ® ' , "I was ■«•wwing." "Tell ua what the aavage said." "That waa what be aald." -Then tell It to aa in English." ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 May 1897

i / * 1 f i .■ ■ \JÍ¡* Pwuern of Mew York. Now York Dmld. Twenty individual# and eatatea own nearly 18 per oeni of the real estate in the city of New York; with perhaps 150 others this score • owna 60 per cent, and the roinain iog half of the metropolis of the Western hemisphere is in the hand? of a few of the 2,000,000 persona who live here and pay rent. The figures upon which the Herald bases this statement have been oompiled with iafinite care from tax receipts and other relia- ble sources of information, the table printed hare with beiog sub- sequently submitted lor revision to real estate experts having in- timate knowledge of tba great e« tates. If any fault oan be found with the estimates it i* that they are too low—by 25 per cent in most of the cases cited—bu*, tbn is erring on the right side. The aaaeased valuation for real estate In this ci y for 1897 will be in the neighborhood ot $2,000,000,- 000— the figures have not yet been revised—and of thu sum $352,- 000.000, or 17...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 May 1897

' \ [¡vis J . :; '■& ■ $■" . 171. m lee Cream Freezers. Lawn Mowers, Lawn Sprinklers. Garden Hose, Etc, We have a lutr stock of these goods and must sell tbem. Come and tee us and let us give you dome prices. We waut to sell you your dinners Supplies, Oils, Ueltiou, Packing, Presses and din Stands. Why not let us make your cistern and gutter your house now while we have time? We will bo busy this full and can't till your orders as promptly as we can now. As for Stoves, Tin aud Uranite Iron goods we have no competition. For Woodwork, Wagon Material and Hardware of all kinds at itock Bottom Prices you know we are the people. Come aud let us sell you whdt yon need in our line. if @8^ — ■-A-- 33- 0-A.IRR, J"&. THE LOCAL NEWS. eilway Time Curd 4. und... 18:JMu. ro. .. ..18:27 p. m. ..... H:4fl a. m. 3:45 p. in. Evtyf' E. P. Hutobinga went to Marlin this waek. H. C. Birnett of Lyops was in town Saturday. W. 8. Adams of Merle was in our office Monday. W. N. Heslep dropped in Mon- d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 June 1897

The Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1897. J. F. Cobb, ONE < CASH < PRICE < ONLY. My business is a success because of the fact that it was built upon the right principles. Here are some of the pillars upon which it was founded: Buy from first hands, or as nearly so as possible. Handle good honest goods—no trash—mark the prices right and it) plain figures. Above all things be honest, deal square, if it kills. Create as little expense as possible, and have none that is unnecessary. By all means have system and stop the leaks. Treat everybody as nearly alike as possible and have btpt one price to all. Keep right abreast in the styles of goods, with the larger towns, always be on the alert. Keep everlastingly at it. Attend strictly to your own knitting. Don't look at the little profit on a single article, but figure the profits on a large volume of business. With the co-operation of a good set of employes, such as I have alw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 June 1897

1 fe ?>•! ff" i I* | CLOUDS AWAY. |AmM Ortp* Grower's Von) if' ^ REI ■la Tianart kr m VkM Am riMi UMllM | aulr WkM m DMtoMlin I Itm TktMlMi. ] lNwlbly it WBi from noticing1 the uu- tal ittaapki m«d« by tlve woold- la tira United Btata to down ihowen when wanted that igenJknis Austrian indaoed to exactly practice. An account of hia la given by United States i Stephen at Annaber?, ia a report etate department. The Austrian «Ktenalva vineyard situated on southern slopes of the mountains, , locality often rial ted by deatructlve At first he tried galvanised buik thla wm toaorpenai^B and ho to install I. battery and teat the of eaualng explosiona to drive off i hailstorms. He «noted sdx stations prominent mountain summits oom a territory «bout two miles in it. Each station sbeUered ten aaortars and a corps of volunteem hnn- eflelthem. . The practical test la thua described: 'Threatening black ckmdamade their on the summits of tbe mountains. At a given signal the mortars were fired off...

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