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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

1 ':f t ■; " Mi •■M - wfU. let « • •••. I vou'll «oj> at Oarapang, that' Tan pa a harbor. About a hundred an* Juinlv-Hve ml!e«, pndre." "Anil tlio transportación, enpltan? I pin t€ l«l «lint nothing tlic* huve but Hi.-- tin* pro , th* native boat*; uñé thut m tv wet they snnielimea ar«- muv th*see modo." ••Well. 1 hey are rntber «• ramped for room. nnd, I gutum. wh*n there'* tnuck „f u wind, rut her floppy. StUI, they are very fa* ; 1' J'"" have a good lint you eun iiifike the run In nine or tea iionr*. 1 should sn>." •••Nif.e or ten of the hour*'! Sun- tifhna! I tlia >ne po Ieion! What doe o¡'«* i'1'' l,or ,n «ervlek plo! He is not the vojuge daugerou*, is be, capltuno?" "Onigerous? Oh, I don't thfnV no, Bt tUin time of yenr. You might «trike liiirrieiiiie in Julj or \ii(ri«et, but you ,.,,i ;d ¡>iil in lit one of the isintids if jj„- brother looked threntrulng; they're nono of thein very fur spurt. You're f.iiiiiliar with th- general po- h¡¡¡,,i( of the archipelago, ar...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 July 1899

¡PtvIsTpi'; 1 ¡V' IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. This i* the spoken and unspoken sentiment of the trade in this vicinity. We are proud of the fart that our name «roe* a far in an advertisement as it doe* on a note, as we never advertise a tiling that we cannot substantiate. The disposition of this store is to do business on honor, fair and square, without any subterfuge. We mean to d< business as business should be done between fair minded people. No attempt at chicanery, no promise that we will not keep, no jrcxxls we cannot recommend; prices the lowest, one price to all and your money back if you want it. These are *ome of the cardinal principles of this store. A vi it toonr hat department will convince! anyone that we lead in quantity, quality and j price im chi* line. Look 0* th s« Prices: Men" «Rig Four -hapc. white or black fur hat*, the ¿1 and fl.ls kind at 75c, Men'* «Big Four hape. white or black fur hau. the §1.50; kind at #1.00. Men' *Ri^ 4 hape. wnite or black fur hat* w...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

Caldwell News-Chronicle. OIJK AIM Itt THK UKUATBHT BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1899. NO. 8. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. ' 16 «i-te VII low PRAIRIt. Yki.w>w I'k ohik,'I>x.. July 11. excellent fruit suited to this cli- mate. Prof*. T. G. Hilliard and (). A. r'uroRf* NI.hh-Chiionici.K: The protracted meeting held j Whipple begin a singing school lt the Methodist church at this t Liberty school house, Milam place caniv to an abrupt close on!c,,«nty, today, I believe. Their « vliil'l.' ilitf.i ii 'iv t ill \\Ydiu-sdav evening a week ago. wolk here was eminently suc- The house was in the direct line (^ssful, and best wishes follow of ,i cyclone about forty yards in new field. width' and was thrown off the •' large crowd collected block* a distance of six feet; it is Midway school house Sunday the a ght the house is not materi- afternoon to practice singing. It 4l;iv damaged. U'IS le,! hv Mi^ I'1*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

&■ «ASNNSIIN «WS iCnOL boitois kmcmoykij: The administration ha* bowed to the inevitable and issued the accessary order* to enlist volun- teer* at all the regular recruiting offices. and decided that ' ¿en. Otis ska!! have men enough at the close of the present rainy reason in the Philippine", to crush Aguinaldo M sbort >rder. No organizations will be en! -ted and the regiments will be known as United State volunteer*. not as state troops as in the case of the war with Spain. The principal reason given by the official" for adopting this course is that the president shall have the appointment of all officers, and he has announced his inten- tion to appoint them as far as possible from among the officers of the v-/.iiiteer reg -nenu "hich have seen service in the Philip- pines and are now atw ut to be mastered out. This isn't plead- ing to the politician who have friend* seeking commissions, but if it be honestly carried out it will be indorsed by the country, which cares n. rv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

MILITARISM. National Watchman. The public mind in rapidly re- covering from the excitement incident to the war with Spain and nettling down into a normal condition. Kach day lc cn& the chance of succchh of the corrupt •cabal who control theadminiHtra- tion in their efforts to have a large permanent military establish- ment erected in the United State . The American volunteer in the bent Holdicr known to history and answer* every legitimate de- mand for the use of force that legitimate ends of our republic, and it ¡a well known that our peo- pie should let this fact sink deep into their souls that a large mili- tary establishment will never be created for the purpose of ex- tending our colonial possessions and guarding them without in the end being used for illegiti- mate purposes at home. The ideas of empire and republic do not assimilate in the mind. They are antagonistic and only one of them will prevail in the end. The republic is safe and liberty ■" elevated above moral forc...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

m p m i«c covered. Tom Tyson, colored; body re-i covered. Kosaia Brown, colored; body! má llwri, to b Oat to f «to SmM IB* Taste. UKVlfl The followiog list was made np last Sunday, the last authen- tic one given out: Robert Keed, one of the re*cu- ¡gg party from («alveston. died •ear Richmond from sunstroke and over-exertion. Bell, Brazoria. Milam. McLen- san. Austin and Fort Bend coun-j tie* report nu Ion of life. MUM IS COUNT V. Berry Smith. Three negroes—^ ill Norris, j ^covered Will Leans and Gus Clay—while vorking a railroad track. Total—4 WASH IN <. . ON COUNT V. A Mexican, whose name has not been ascertained. k \u> cons i v. Three children of Robert Broc king ton. colored. BUKI.K< >N COUNT V. Tom Harris, colored. W \U!.K COUNT V. Henry Johnson, colored. BRAZOS COUNT Y. Jule Chapman, colored. A negro man and a negro boy. j The thre-. bodies were recov-' | «¡red. HOB KIT! SON COUNTY I The greatest loss of life was in , The loss of cotton in thi Robertson county. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. A trMt total. The people of (lod rejoice to see in .the papers reports of re- vívala in many churches. They grieve at th« low ebb of religion in many others. Perhaps the greatest revival the world has ever seen is recorded in the sec- ond chapter ul Acts. Would the Acts 2:14-2* . Of the twenty-five verses used in outlining this ser- mon, eleven—nearly half—are di- rect quotations from the scrip- ture. It is said of Apollo that world! How it it that there are no mosquitoes nor malaria on the mountain topa? They can not rise above the level of the swam ps by the river. Go up to the mountain top, and neither malaria nor mosquitoes will follow you, which bciny interpreted is, live near Jesus Crist, and keep your hearts and minds occupied with htm, and you will dwell in a region high above the tempta- tions which buzz and sting, which infest and slay, on the lower levels.—/Jr. Alexander Mac ¡Airen. What a vast proportion of our he was an eloq...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

JWEU. NEW9.CW0MCUL titna A JOIHt*. téiHn ta the Caldwell pnatoSea M mo- MMtt. iubKrtftlM Rate*. m It 2 Adv«rti l«| Ratea. All advert i«in*on #i" i pace *111 be charged iicpntk prf liieli iruik'l>t. will* uo nduollun for large a¿ (Haitinr a* one Innertlon twenty cent Sir Inch; two Insertion tlilrty-Bve oeoU W lack; one month l*ty cent* per Inch. (joeal rat** Mn>n niid one-half cent# wr |igi gr t Insertion h« I Uve cent* per Hue «•efe#aiM*iju«int luM-rtlon. OMtoarte*. card of thank* n<t notice* of awMrtalnmint given f r religion*. educa- «.tonal or charitable purpose at half regu- lar rat . n notice* of all lil' d* ft.OO per hnndred m Br i tnnerllon and SO cent per hun- word each ub*««iuent lu*ertl«iu. Tke N*w -CHR«txici.a desire* a corre*- woadent at every umIuIRoi' In the county, and In exchange *fil furnish the pa| er. *ta- tiónery and |w>*tage fret-. Will I** plvaaed U> eortwapond with any one on the subject. Issued Every Friday Morning. Caldwell, Tcxa . Friday, Jul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

MUC omCMLS 10 MOT. UN « im tor Waco Texas, July 12.—The iittMOciaten o( county judye and com m ¡«¡oners, county clerks, county treasurers and district clerks will hold their annual con- vention in thia city July 18. The official call for the convention wan issued last week and ia aa follows: «The ui:uer«igned presidents respectively of the state associa- tions of county judges, county clerks, district clerks and county treasurers, hereby call a meeting ol the associations named to take place in this city on Tuesday, the ]Hth instant, at which business of the highest importance of our associations anil to the people of Texas generally will come up for discussion by joint agreement of the officers of our associations herein mimed, who are authorized to make the above call. We have secured liberal railroad rates and the citizens of Waco have ar- ranged for our comfort during the session of our respective or- ganizations. We urge full attend- ance on the date agreed upon, mentioned abov...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

— I Xw Educational Department St prof. 3. C. TJOatte. people of the state use it. The child who arrives at maturity in this sute in the future without an elementary education is an ob- jectof pity or contempt; pity be- cause he is either a non compos 10 cents a pound and the north 54 cents. There is no nonsense or decep- tioo about these figure*. They arc cold facts numerically ex pressed. The manufacturer in 111 HUH Mi IT Texas is a great state—great in extent great in its resources, (great in its productions great in the salubriousness of its climate great in its preparation for devel- opment. great in its history, and the extent of its future possible exaltation can hardly be prophe- sied. • This we know, that the fathers of this great state, in laying its foundation, did their work ad- vised)v and well. Bv gleaning ported by the state. During the scholastic year 1896-7 there were mentis or the product of almost the north does not pocket 54 criminal «Heel on «he part ! "« pound, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

9 . : 7JV- ■ 'M**.':-' v 'jf* '"ffsp fNW t PEOPLE YOU KNOW 3 Our old friend Abe Silliman, of $eal)'i vva in the city thia week. Mra. Judge liowera, of Gid- dings, is in the city visiting rela- tives. The Misses Lesovnky, of Cam- iron, are visiting the family of J. J. Holik. Mrs. Cade came in Tuesday evening from Uelton, where she has been visiting. B. T. McClelland, president of Daniel Baker College, of Brown- wood, was in the city Wednesday in the interest of that institution. Sam Murray and wife, of Lam- pasas, came in Sunday to attend the bedside of Mr. Murray's brother, Wescom, who died Tues- day morning. Mrs. M. A. Barton this week sold her place in West Caldwell to (1. W. Long. Mrs. Barton will soon move to Somerville to make her home. Mrs. Lula Henslee, of Lyons, t, „ ., Mt i moved to Caldwell Tuesday last. Dr. B. H. Carroll arrived last .. ¡.. _ , u u • ■ and will make her home in the Silliman place, recently vacated bv C. S. Williams. Saturday afternoon to conduct a protrac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

= m XLhc treasure oí Santa IRosa "Reef. •••••••• ? Clarence Dcrbert new. (Copyrighted.) < on tinned from Last W cck. Ri'slttd treated the matter a if It possessed hut little intere#t for him, y ft « hen he glanced at me I could see that he was thoroughly discouraged. Tfc - engines had just started at full speed ahead, and «e were | rt| rl&; to gv below for breakfast, when I noticed • little bunch of cumulus clou*' a few milt- to the southeastward. and called hi attention to theai. "Well, what ab«'u? them?** he s*i«i. "They're just ordinary cloud , aren'; they T* "That's al!, but I w«i thinkÍBjr of vrha: Maury nys about atmospheric «-ondeflation in the neighborhood of all these coral islands. ett-r. th«e- kjwfn atoll having a tendency to eosler-t va- por over it at time*. Xow whether n few fat}.om& of «s!tr ov< ra rc«*f ntiuld absolutely pnrent ueh «•••!« r. • ti or not. 1 don't Ic-sow the chances were the. well, the £tmo< ph«r- <>,-! sometime*. What doy« IiaUt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

throw me moro or !••* out of inj ..lionliiir. «nd «,«oh ,lme lhc Meopd* mvlvi'l btu/i-t* I f«ured th«* end of feos wlfht «P?*** * «fore Lister nííoln; b,,t WH" on m>' |1(, jhe put<<li of white *urf nnd the Lrlsterinff twlsfc 6MM together. anil (,er hinilinff In the Une tho din! Irked «xactly 41 mil***. So that. Jdlnfftl* dittanaa to Point Orote. |,M.*v knew the northerly limit of the lef !«>' J" * M «•«NT #10*' feat tii*- ontar liaad of Port Apr*. 1 lowed my loir carefully «««y i it IA. kiic.ttitttr that If other hud hup- fnl'(l to see the record they ttereaur* ja mitas out of thair raakotifof. ffliMi I hunted up the nenorlta for n I,-,.well eluit. pointIr.i; out I'mnta boy t .i tho (Uff«rent point a alongshore •• I,0km'í!. It «iih nilrtaftiTiwioti when |r iniiiul"'! «he point ami hejran to JjiUtle for a pilot. Eh lier Ike captain (r * « lf etitild have taken the Meant* |rniiit rea*onablt safety, from our Lnwlnlff of tibe soundings: but we T..r. ; ■ ' • «r '' w I ate* ?....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 July 1899

IP HfflSl.. H lip. IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. This ÍB the spoken and unspoken sentiment of the trade in this vicinity. We are proud of the fart that our name goes as far in an advertisement as it does on a note, as we never advertise a thing that we cannot substantiate. The disposition of this store is to do business on honor, fair and square, without any subterfuge. We mean to dc business as business should be done tetween fair minded people. No attempt at chicanery, no promise that we will not keep, no goods we cannot recommend; prices the lowest, one price to all and your money back if you want it. These are some of the cardinal principles of this store. ira A visit to our hat department will convince anyone that we lead in quantity, quality and prices in t'ús line LooK at these Price#: Men' «Big Four shape, white or black fur hat , the $1 and $1.25 kind at "Sc. Men's «Ilig Four shape, white or black fur -hats, the 51.50 kind at 51.00. Men'* «Bis; shape, white or black fur hats ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 July 1899

EmVSPIHI ®|fW to* Caldwell News-Chronicle. Vl^L' XX. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1899. NO. 9. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. I CLAY. Ci.av, Tcxa*. July It . KfilTuus Nr.vv.s-i HHOMCi.lt: Clav, like other lowlands of the state, has been flooded. The re- recent rise was higher and the water stayed up longer than ever bo tore. Main people had l< de- sert their homes, never to see them again. as the houses were carried down the Brazos river, Some few saved a portion of their household goods. 11. Cuinmings moved his family and part of his furniture out t<> dry land, then went back after the remainder, and found the water had risen even with the top of his house. Neighbor* rescued the families of Messr-. Sander-, Jones, Mick- Icr, Wright and 1). Met onjuodalc in btiats, besides all the negro families up and down the bottom. Iii those hi>tis, s that were not washed away the water...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 July 1899

■sap m MPtANIMG riOOO LAWS Cou.KGE Station. Tex.. July 12. ¡D1TOK S X h WS-CaKOMCLK: The water will soon recede our agricultu. .list. pittuck, the earlier variet5 Gf cotton have given the tir ^ open boll in to *>7 days fro M oí germi W « met WAGOM YAW. from the manv square mile of Their .«e* Vind. require ~ m i .j :..u" d..,^ «mUihdr 11- or il.s u for first oneu jannetts new york st9sl yH!S la the olilent one-price «pot-eadi houne In the county, where y„u cai., get a ct <>f tumbler* at 15c: a et of goblet* at 20c: a g««o«l lantern at «ic- laundered hirt* at AOc and 50c; the W*t uudumhirt at 35c and 40c: be*t do * Chkkokkk. Texa*. July 5. ErjTOHs NKWS-CHKOMCI.K: The efforts of the Nkws-Cmhon- u "ICI-K in this direction should be I mat at 40c; children' honuctn at t.Se: ludu- ' bonnet at 25c, 35c and 5^. flood land in «he Brazos and other £ r .u •orjr.t open BUpporte(1 by all well-wisher* of i gla** lamp*, complete, from 2<h- up. o . Scotch tiuff. per butilo, river valley ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 July 1899

m.,,. ¿■'5SJÉ «ASUNCION NEWS LITO . Washington, l>. C., July 14. euitokm nkw^hhokicxr: It seems that McKinley is go- ing into the business of senator- making, notwithstanding the ill fortune of other presidents who have engaged therein. Assist- .ant Secretary of War Meikle- john is the administration candi* date for Senator Thurston's seat, be having stated his intention to retire March 3, 1W1, when his term will expire. (>f all branches of this administration the war department is the worst from ¡ which a candidate for anything| could be taken, and the democrats oí Nebraska, who already had excellent chances for electing a majority of the next legislature, and Thurstoi successor, ouyht to, adoubtless will, thank Mc- Kinley for making their task easier bv backing the assistant retarv of war as the adminis- tration candidate for the senate. Phe latest gossip in Washing* t.,n lias it that the Algcr-Pingree mix*up is the personal work of M, Kinley, and that the entire in- fluence...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 July 1899

= J.ÍÍ w A MORAL nOM FRAKCE. Milireict ef tfta People towut tfce frracfc Parluaent. The French parliament is not whit H wa during the first decade of th«? third republic. There has been in it# member* a declino in political capac- ity, debating power and representa- tive character. When a general elec- tion takes place there is intense in- tercut in public alTairs, but small pol- iticians force their way into prom- inence as candidates, and are chosen by universa! suffrage. 1 ne chamber I oí deputies doe net, therefore, ade- quately represent the country, aud > consequent!y does not command its re- ! fpect. The British house of commons isin (ouch with a wide range of public in- j terests. There are now among its members fewer craters and fluent de- j haters than th re w. ro ti n years ago. but the i.< use has seldom had a his. cr average of character ar ! ability. Among it? members are titled land- 1 holder , millionaires and bankers, , merchants and manufacturers, ship- build...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 July 1899

m ideational Department. prof. 3. <r. matte. 1mm SckMl*. Since the fathers of our state have laid a magnificent foundation for its perpetuity, and in connec- tion gave every child all the pleaa- tircs and profits derived from ele- mentary instruction and the pos- sibilities of more, it is altogether fitting that we do our part by building carefully and thought- fully upon the foundation laid. Since a great majority of the children of our nation and state- receive their instruction in the country, 1 shall endeavor to give a few suggestions concerning the j like structure? Our residences may not be good houaes; why should we have better houses for schools than the ones in which we live? The answers are: We need good houses, that the health of the pupils may not be impaired; that the general physique of the pupils may not be improperly de- veloped; that the school may do more efficient work, and that the children may imbibe a taste for more beautiful and comfortable Judge you whethe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 July 1899

i: IS# CALDWELL ffiWS-CHROMCLL. •Mr i jomen. tdifn v* lliitorwl In th# ('«'.dwell posto '* a mo- m4-cimi m tnr Subscription Rate * i Year Month _r Muntn o Moni ti Advertising have al way* enslaved themselves, has done nothing for them. Take the local situation as an the Philippines. Is that any rea- son why we should change our sympathies? We are doing pre- in example. Over 4000 people have cisely the same things in the been fed from the supplies given | Philippines that the Spaniards out here, and those in charge es- did. Is American oppression tímate that at least per cent., sweeter and holier than Spanish or something over 3500 of that oppression? Shall we adopt the number, were negroes. Now, the rations, bacon, flour, meal and money which have been sent here - = position. The style is simple' candidate, The book ¡« j,u^ and plain. A child can read it > lished by the Advance Publishing and understand it, and this is Co., 215 Madison street, Chicago undoubtedly one of the secre...

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