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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. "I K AIM 1 THE liKEATEST benefit to the farmers and working people of burleson county. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. a####*****#*****#****#***# * from Our fflurat Staff, i $******** NIX. VINOW PRAIRII at Providence last Saturday was almost a failure. We suppose the small crowd can be account- ed for by the people being1 so busy. Miss Willie Lewis of Lone Oak Icommunity visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. Preaching- next Saturday and ¡Sunday at Providence church bv VI ay Mix, Tk.vas Eum,K NK^-Ciikusui H: Another rain this morning to <tilav work and throw the farm- ed joto a renewed stUc of de- spondency. The Nkws-Cuhoni« i i state- it last week con erning the May K. Brother Rhodes. Ivanhok PROVIDE Ml. men* i-overn very will th« crap lion here. I stipple if seed fooid* out and we don't weru the ijffosjud out bv a too freo tie nt 'ippli v'at ion of the planter, we a,av yvl be able to raise little <>...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

is: P'V i &p9f THE CALDWELL — CALDWELL. TEXAS, MAY U, 1 The Spiritual Man* xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. IS# 1*19MMMW0-"**WWMMWWWMÍ QW>V Some of Moodv's Sayiags. This Powhh 01 Lovi:.—There is no powgr like love. I loved fñy little boy long before he loved me. One night t heard church took in four hundred new members. I was amazed. But I learned that a poor old bedridden woman bud been praying about It. Whert we get to the other world and find out him say to hi mamma, when he .. . . ... .• . * , , „ the secrets of heaven we will thought me asleep. I love papa. .. . t. . , m. " .. .. ; . Ai ' hnd that some people we never What a thrill ol joy that gave , , , , me! I had loved him from in- heir of now some bedridden tion. It doesn't say, "he that fecletb." It is "he that believ- «til ** Not one word about feel* ing. I do a great inuny things that I do not feel like doing. Obedience means marching on whether we feel like it or not. Many times we go against our feelings. Faith is one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

•"*' '' "■ ",vf utuay El ■ si ; MraE® \? Prof. 3. d. UAatte. School District*. | county only 5; it has 101 schools, KlTort# ai*c being rnailc to < *- '!,ir'CHor> county only i>7. ICven «ani/c school districts in this Colorado county, with county- Many persons in Por- a 'l SIS population ihan Harris, ier's t'hapel community are quite iant' a '"ajtiritv of it is colored, iuxious to make the change at ,nuI<e* :i better showing than, once so a to secure the benefits ' '{l"'le«on. It owns 37 school: thereof a soon as posible. i p,(,usos, s good ones, and has 00 j have been asked to discuss the!Si ' am (lu'to sure that if advisability of the change and t,u' were studied more [ to hope tbut the discussion may be of value to others, I will «i\e briefly the results of investiga- j tion through the Xkv, -Chuon-| IC« • IVxas is the only stair in the Union that has what in known a community system, and mitl of about two hundred and twen-j tv-seven organized counties only thirty-live...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, MAY 11. 1900. ji," m HP •,i- '.v- i® 11 IM |0~W Ka, ■' 'j ■WHp ít¡f:' ¡sM^ :• CALDWELL NCW5-CMR0MCLE. «ftflOT ft. «ti*f, ji.. t. MUSIO* «IRMA*, Hitar and ■atorad in the Caldwell po to«oe a* c- •ad-eltuk matter. iMurd Every Friday Morning. Snbserlptloa Hate . Om Year.... JU Mouth four Mont no Two Mouth •1 «I 73 fiO a Caldwell, Texas, Friday. May 11. And still Bill Shaw rants about Chilton. We are sorry he is af- flicted that way, but probably he can't help it. Thkke seems to be every good prospect, this year, for the elec- tion of a legislature that will (jive the press of Texas a just libel law. In pi'ki justice and with no intention to flatter at all, we must say that the Texas Farm and Ranch is the best farm pa- per we ever saw, judged from any point you please. Whkn a man is opposed for re-election to office because of enforcing the law, a great injus- tice is done the people. If the law is just, enforce it: if it is not just, repeal ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

STORM. MAGES DONE IN PART . > Almost i I'frloM > Properly Uu lii M l# IHuuwMd Oullar. i OMiM*mbi|. 8au Antonio, «Posa*. Muy H—It cutí bo saiily uud loiimrvaUvfly slut* ! that flUU.UUU worth oí iirutiertyr wun ik*troy«Hl tu the t *i rtll«- «lorut tliui «íwropt oxer Sail Antonio l* l woen lite hour oí 4 uud & u'-imk yeeutnluy uioiiiiiig. Uu- utter lieiuolitiuu oí the tiuu Auiouio Iaiuh uiul Tru*t coiuiuiiiy l<ut kiln * tit tin* corner ui \\v*t Coiu uterce atul N'tviim miwu mum tliv UUSVUMf! Witlgil- luMt, cslililiH. il Ul 944.1,- *M>. Bexar votinty (uUuwmI «««si lit the I (MM of * magulttetmi Rtwcl urulH*' ovwr ilw Seliulw cft't'k on t im' t ioiiutl ruail, lUlU* IUil«* frulll tin- 1*11 > In nlitex llll' writ-king of u numlM'i oi other brMjj*-' mid ioiiK culvert , bringinu I lit; cuiui ty' total !«>• up n> *2i),in*). The Lulled Mnit' giiveruiiieiit lol- lowed with « lom. of fcji** . <nu ed by tlw I rtli l wrwltlng of wrirernl oltlier ' leeldeu e At Fort Sum ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

THE > umicLAtnei. ths pure all thinge arc psrs.- la the of bsrolsm. tí# ®,i laugh ia sunshine in a house. la a battle, not a dream. ¡1 Phillips. have more need of modela iban of critica.—JouberL The miad will quote whether the tongue does or not.—Bmereon. He who believes in nobody knows that he hlmaelf ia not to be trust* d.— Auberbach. Mature has sometimes made a fool, but a coxcomb ia always of man's own .—Addison. bm a thoroughly contented persea and I will show you a useless ia.—H. w. Shaw. Drive prejudices out by the door, will re-enter by the window.— the Greet lead and «re the world, rid knows them not till kmg afterwards.—John Burroughs. Teach thy neeeeelty to reaaon thus: There V no virtue like necessity. —Richard 11. But falthtulnees can feed on suffering, And know no disappointment. —George BUot. Let ua be of good cheer, remember- ing that the mlafortuncs hardest to haw are thoae which never happen.— KffitffliW PiraM'.' But, In aplte of all the critlctaing elves. Thoae...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

CALDWELL was a «atMeélf prat. ,JSkptteTroat 014. Ir •Mia July. Ayos* stood 1 g wkite draw. rom fastened la h«r Mr* lowered; ik* ra a Miar. •It's awtai la iUlak of lb* two let- tlM taau> day," she aald lo ooursa, I know what tbli latter ecalaiah" Here aba looked dowa al aa unopened envelope which ibi «aa fcoldlag irmly clasped in bar right kaad. Ske hesitated aa aka ala ne- ed «i U, and with aa effort abe took tha aacoad latía* out of its cover and raad tka following word "Dear Margot—For God's aak«. don't givf youreelf to that other fallow be- cause ka la rick. You know perfect- wall tkat I love you to distraction. Voure, "ROBERT CECIL. ' Margot Margot." shouted a gay voire Some little atepa were beard ou tbe iraffl. and a girl of eleven or twelve year* of age. with a quautlty of kalr falling over her shoulder*, rau aroaad Ike bona* and u|> to Margot' tide 'Dtr Pater Anaull la coming down the a vea ue. Margot he la driving his mail (tkaetaa taadem. and It's perfect- ly aplandk...

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

HUI ■SHI gM , P Upf W.: -E '" ñsantmwcts THE CALDWELL te ••;$*. Mm ,&4 í, #5 &> Thi M h m ficdlMt 11 vWC9v t AS Hill AS KING fOOINSOME. M [;; li ÉMÍ'?® '■ ■ ? ii in ¡t. As fast as the tlwh an'^niu a berrel, the head* are tak board it U a natter lack—the better the fish run the mere he enruK. Fishermen, one" they yet settled ou a boat, look upon it as a home. There in a bonk in which la sleep and usually they succeed iu finding a *uuek of *omcthiug to cut. and art* sure ol living while at sea. No matter how prodigal they may be while iu port they feel that the latch «I TImm Bclkioss OcflM tsteri, string of their boat is always out. «*• V«xm «si ttfcsr The fishiug is dime with hook ind Ssstfcsrs Cm*u line. Almost uuv old thing will do for bait. Sharks have occu- sionally been caught, and a* they Deep sea fishing iu the Gulf of "« fc" "1 f,,r u"u U ,w' l,,, v Mexico has been carried on for ;idoru tin* hook eud ol a tish line profit for a great many years. v,*l".v gracefully....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

-.i '< \>':!ií} -í™ is, f $t¿,$ ^IPPW'W% . mmmTm THE CALDWELL NEWB CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, MAY U. LEVI'S 6REAI SPRING SALE IS NOW GOING ON. I i"v'tc one and all to my millinery opening Monday and Tuesday, April 9th and 10th. Miss Howies will show you the prettiest line of Pattern Hats that has ever been your pleasure to gaze upon. Come and inspect this stock of Hillinery and be convinced. D. LEVI, ORIGINATOR OF CUT PRICES. iWMWifWifW ' <VVr v/ * V" jr& s¿ V/ Yf Yf I PEOPLE YOU KNOW, f 1^# <HM***•'*■**■ t" 1"-^v -• *JM. Dr. K i'- Little of Tu:; - was in |own I bu, Curtis Oliver was bore Sun- 4av visiting home folks. JL W. Chambers one of L vmvm prugi est i ve in. i hants, w.is in I'uiiiW Moil'' V . - it it ot t t t!nt* business h At torn* y J: Bryan was in*' - \ . XX* 1 « t „ . in tú u r i It ^ i * \n i m ? e ^ u \. John Banks left 1 u«sdai m. rimnr (or Houston who. it< will enter a business c*>i Hon. W. It t. .* r i < ;• ■ ! Ili - n ham In - hicti attend...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

Bn R{ lik éSf •m' Washington, D. C., May 4. Editok Nkws-Chmonici.8 : Does tbe administration really favor the Nicaragua canal? In view of the known condition of public sentiment, that question may sound odd, but there were things said in the «debate which preceded the passing of the Nic- aragua canal bill by the house which made it pertinent. Rep- resentative Hepburn of Iowa, who was in charge of the bill, had a sensational row with Rep- resentative Cannon of Illinois, a man close to the administration, whom he charged with working in the interest of the Panama canal ring, in trying to defer ac- tion on the bill. Representative Burton of Ohio, also a man close to the administration, made a speech against naming the route of the canal in the bill. These things were enough to arouse the suspicion that the adminis- tration was not acting in good Kngiaod." Mr. Jackson says 0f j «ommamls the mouth of the Aliñen- * *•" * ■ ■ *• ... , - ¡ dare/. river, w i t-rt« < rt. r- tin :,'ulf ittc...

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

. L. «. Bryan, chairman of the gra/•* river executive commit- i« in receipt of a letter from jrre« man Ball, member of tbe river and harbor committee, i saying that if Colonel Riche can make the survey of the Braaos this Hummer and fall, with the force at his command, this con-i grc** will provide for the sur-j vey. Mr. Bryan at once ad- dressed a letter to Colonel Kiche, j «¡tying among other tilings: "] am in receipt of a letter from Congressman Ball saving that he; can get a survey of the Brazos river to Waco ordered ii you can do the work. Do you not think that in view of the disastrous: overflow of the Bra/o* within' the past year, and the conceded fact that the cleaning: out < i the! gnags and bars will greatly les-J sen the danger of overflow, that tbe magnitude of the interests and the nurnlu-r of prop! ccrned justifies you in iji vinjr ,t! preference for any work that is to he surveyed this summer?' |n behalf of thousands "Í people living in the Bra# * valley 1 beg to in...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 May 1900

_ . mu Hi —Big crowds of people from the country were in town the first part of the week. —Last Monday the city coun- cil selected the old board of trustees and added thereto B. I. Sparks. —For lack of space some of our communications were un- avoidably crowded out this week. We are sorry that such is the case, but it just can't be helped. —A very formal and alto- gether one of the most enjoyable dances in Caldwell for a long time was had Tuesday night at the Kraitchar building by the young people of the town. —County court has not been exciting this week. The crimi- nal docket was continued in toto and only a part of the civil cases have been taken up. At press time not a verdict has been ren- dered. District court will take] its place next week ami will no doubt be more interesting. —J. C. Flanagan of Oak Hill community was in town last Sat- urday and told us that oiie of his boys was bitten the day be- fore by a large copperhead, but warn doing very well. He also said that the pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

TWELVE PACES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. "I K AIM IS THE CiREATBHT UENEF1T TO THE FARMEKS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. XX. TT CALDWELL, BURLESON,COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900. NO. 51. ¿From Our fturai Staff, t MANVIIII. Mi I at •> outu ÜK4KVIU.K. Tr*tts( NKW*-C >1 «• >%' IC t.K: A few sunny days last week it everybody cheerfully t<> rk again. Cleaning up and tiring the storm damage, ring corn, planting cotton ami Mpherrv picking was the «>t.I, r the day until the floods arm: tin yesterday and drowned out it of our reviving hopes. Brother Bower * pnai bed to a til congregation at this pía e ■day. Mont oí the ) *«•< |>5t- to the Birdsong meeting, it reported that a double id ng Was to take plate there. Titer ' are a few ca -> o; s¡. I • now, but nothing senou*. lew chill and light '< a. There wan a mar of Brother I mg The cont were Jesse llobbctt Cinda Dean. The e have our best v>i-l r prosperity and hapj though vve th¡nk they as ng to a*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

vipff _ I' : ¿ S85HBBS ff ; HB mmm IIIIMII itual Man. RVi ;is BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. the Rmson Wky. aSPfe' SK ■ '•' MJM Men are usually able to give reasons for their actions. If you make a certain investment you are able to give a reason for it. If you decline to put your money j coraing. His discipk. to danger you go on your mad way to death and hell. Another reason for your not receiving Christ as a Savior is your love of sin and your dislike for the holy life implied in he- Certain into a certain enterprise you are ^ habits that you would have to able to tell why. But you have declined to attend to the matter of salvation—certainly the most important issue that can ever come before you—and what rea- son ran you assign for this neg- lect? You cannot plead igno- rance, you cannot say that you never knew of the way of salva- tion. From your very infancy you have heard in many ways and from many sources of the way of salvation through Jesus Christ Some are so deluded by aatan that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

f • :í m r-r^ps L,}¿ S íl|i (p < , V l ¡Department. #? Prof. 3. c. USattí. ¡into the face* of the young they ¿pa one of th * greatent |lr- *eat"h l nd there the guide- for the lack of miccchm po*th which h,u>w the way to the .acherw in controlling and jlnsl rcslu'tH. Nor is it for the lv influencing the pupil ¡ k]acher lu 1,0 discouraged by pc placed in their charge t,:,ccs ''J'tnk indifference or ""loliU desire. These are the inability to understand properly judge human na-!l'ncmus he lias to overcome, the « —• ' - ■ í wilderness be has to make blos- A Woman's Awful Peril. 1 here i* oolv one chance to «ave .V'Mir life ¡tint that is through an opere* ti'jii were the «turtiing ward heard >n Mr. I ii |)m„ , f |<in„. Kidjre. f'"T doctur after he had viMuly tried t« niv her <>f a frightful V* It tr>.iihlf and yellow iatittd*< c «mü stone* had formed and "li< r .iistaiitls yr.-w war f. Then she I ,:«in t" 11%, FiJer.trir Bitter* which u.i .'.v riir.d !i<t. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

K i " WM1 Üt HP 4 i111 v & W 1 S X 1 MM A JlMUL AIJKRT 9 IDSI % =3E =5=5= 18. WW. " * , .V- * •■/',* * ¿fo , Wtil ■•«•rod In tta* Caldwell pontoBc m mo oai>eluM matter. laaued Every Friday Mornlug. Subscription Rate*. Year nth* out •1 50 :a V) £• Caldwell, Texas, Friday, May 18. Advertising Rates. All advertising on firm |m«t> will iMnchurucd Mtcuts |mt Inch ütrulKhl. with mi rtiluollou tor largo «a . CNauluy ads «me Insertion twenty renta (tar Inch; two innertlonH thirty-live cunt* par Inch; unv *0011111 sixty cent per Inch. Local rate* noven and one-half cent* act line first Insertion and live cents por lino '1 aubkequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of entertainment* trlven for religion*, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. I notices of all kinds tl.00 per hundred first Insertion and AO cents per hun- woids each subsequent Insert Inn. The Kvwa-Ocnairicug desires a corres- pondent at every postofflco In the county, and lit ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

mtn- |m|m jj.|; ;> gw 'Fri'í-íffiíjl "•' v ';¡ THE OSSDSYOOMS MANILA CAPERS. I Imn Vktir Ai •* BmMmr far TrwMoa—Utlur May 14. Ttio laten rumor in Maulla among tlw which wsm in circulation la«t i st'iiou ! - tll*cu ««<l by momo local pa pur* and uttracttnl moro a 11««in Ion thai, htm usually the on ' with thlN Nurl of thing. A* a matter of fart, iimny FtllpluoM y did lea VP their American empluyem with the npparviit Intention of Joining inch movement. Their act ion, connection with the artvHt ' several unlive* for carryliig eon i)e<) \\c>n|Nitia niiti the <Jiwpi>r*loii of u«|iU-lmiM gatiierliig , ¿ave to the report*. The ttflii iul* have Ihm*ii active ill the matter, hut are not inclined to think an upriMlug will l e attempted. I'hey belicv. the Kill|ilii<> . iuckiiig in tie- um«uiiii9 courage. c*in"clnlly In view Of tlw- fuct thut the native# feaml to attempt the denton !nil ion at the time -of General l.awton * funeral, although Ihey made <-awful |ire|*ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

p y mí . ' "i ' HNIjUs i - - Ib tome le :0M wm . ;.. Cpsg . ■ ■. •- 91 m *sw iflil />'• y Pi §|¡g; "TVZ.m of futura lite cannot to* men.—Rev. George P. Baptist. Troy. N. T. give deflnitenees and digplty the man with a noble purpoae to the level of his purpose.— . J. F. Canon, Presbyterian,Rraofc- N. Y. When women «ball come to disbe- lieve and respect the tenets of Chris- then its very foundation will undermined and Us glorious erumble Into du Henry Frank, independent, ¿ew City. often we forget when we vote It Is the man we must consider, must remember that behind the Is the man who rules. To the character we «hould give eon- on.—Rev. P. C. Yorke. R. C.. \i Cal. On every hand we bear of liberal Men seem tempted to do any something that will entitled to be called broad and liberal, liberal preaching Increases so to Increase.—R< v. B. Den- Brooklyn, N. Y. Vaadelia Varnum Thomas s church, Chicago)—The heart- work la abundantly given,but the great need Is for the city to supplemen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

«iPPlllL. i?; \m r -A mL Interior of the m young woa<aa •Ha IB • freight attlrad ta a dinner _ talla*. Add to this tkf patalully M« MMi M by which ib* lift vu Mai pulled upou tro the aatgbbortnc wakaaed from i sound tb§ purpoao—and It «111 that aonathing un- to the CartoL NM u I pt to tM ImI would lm to nitalii bur on j* to Mptalu bar lla'a toa«ua soasad ta oleare to tba roof of bar moutb. Sba experiosaed Ity la braatblac. I—It—It lao't a praacrlptloa," aba It "O!" aald tba clarb. It vaa all ba aald, but It ara to MolMo. Sba baa* maaat atora. "I—that la, we-ajr not bar aad I, you know—are in graat troubla " "Of couraa, I undarataad," aald tba dark. Inatant sympathy la bla moment wbao tba drug pulling Mollla with InOoita tba fifth floor, raar, of it building in which tba Oartona bad tba pleasure of residing, «ra. Carton aat wringing her handa upon baa van to save bar tba front atalra. To ba as- «pon tha Ami step of tha flight of atalra aba aat. Which It avldent to everybody Aat sb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 May 1900

'$$$ 4 „ /«f n M í mk* ¡fifi v* %■■■■ Cti tmmn Was ly Mm if tote. AS A PICAKR. Uwysr «f I flfrMil 1—k tiyfikiNiife M Ib fm. By the death of Col. Culberson, which occurred at 1 o'clock on the morning of the 7th, the nation lost one of its wisest and beat counselor*. He was born and edu- cated in Georgia, was admitted to the bar in Alabama, and after lie settled in Texas, from 1856 to 1861, he affiiliated with the Whig party. He ardently opposed se- cession and entreated the south- ern people not. to plunge the na- tion into civil war, but to resort to the ballot box to redress their grievances. When war came he enlisted as a private, was promo- ted to colonel of the eighteenth infantry, and at MiHken's showed the courage, caution and strategy of a great command- er. After the war, while military governments wer set up In the south, he resumed the practice of law, and in the trial of the stock ade prisoners at Jefferson by a court-martial displayed such ge- nius and analytic power in ...

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