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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 December 1897

ome to To Buy Your I am the "warm mustard" on Low Price*. I carry more Hardware—Sell more Hardware than all of the Hardware Houses in Caldwell and Bryan put together; therefore I can sell at prices that they cannot reach. V"V WV HERE ARE SOME PRICES* t SI>ot Noils, 2 pocKogtt 5c Shoe Stood. 3 Lasts 50c 6-Inch Plots , psr sst 25c 7-Inch Plotss. psr sst 35c Kolvss and ForK*. psr et 40c Tsa Spoons, psr sst 5c A Good fix Hand It 5c Flo* H*atlog Stov* $1.50 Good fix aod Hand I* 55 A Good Saw 45 A Good Hotchat 25 Thrss Boys' KQlvcs 10 Ons Stovs Shovtl 05 Oos Coffse Mill If And Thousands of Other Thing Equally aw Cheap but Too Numerous to Mention. HWWW See Me for Plow Goods! Two cars of Oliver Chilled and steam beam plows; two cars of Aven' steel beam plows, one car steel sweeps, and two cars of Diamond barb wire—the lon^ reacher—100 pounds runs 700 yards, 260 pounds runs a mile; one car of wrought iron pipe; one air of blacksmith coal; collars, hames, back bands, trace cnains, window g...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 December 1897

■ >• if-- fa- ma, u I j' 1 RíW. Mltford. TWt. Rdltor Tea Farm tnd Kanch: Some one will a&k, how will it benefit the poor man by repealing the mortgage law? Lct'n nee. The constitution gives each and every man ho many horses, cows, wagon, buggy, farming tool , etc. These are exempt from forced sale and you cannot take it from him for debt, but he can mort- gage his property to the mer- chant or any one else, and then if he fails to comply with his obli- gation he can be deprived of them by foreclosure of said mort- gage. It will give the poor man or any one else the right to seek the best market for his produce; it will force the merchant to sell his goods and wares at a smaller EEf ******* seventh annual conven of the Texan Live Stock as- will convene in San on Tuesday, January 18, 1896. This association was organized in the interest of the growers of cattle, horses, sheep, «ad swine, and it has steadily frown in numbers and in in- Inence year by year. A very in teres ting pr...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 December 1897

ber 7,1197. Tto feme/# H. V. OK KM, NAHHV11XK, TBMN. We have juat read the article: « The Round Bale Octopua, by «A Farmer, on page 12 of Nov. 16th iMMue of thia journal* and it ho** riled ua. Not towarda the American Cotton Bale company, nor towardM the writer of the article, for we neither raiae cot- ton, bale it or buy it until it ia manufactured. But want to raiae our voice atfainat the aentiment Newa ia aa acarce aa conaiat- ency at a fopuliat convention, .and the mnaea of poetry and pbiloaophy have flown to Home bat cave aud gone to rent, ho the «Prom Hi* will be ahort. Sickneaa ia about all there ¡m to report The boya of Mr. Gunn't* are atill dangeroualy ill, and he and hia wife are both nick though not dangeroualy. Several went from here to lor idea, that a Southern farmer preachinti at Rita Sunday cven-jmuHt raiae cotton or muat quit. "Hi* j For we believe *.o quit cotton ta Joe Huobard, who haa been | the proper way for the farmer gone from here for about two to redeem him...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 December 1897

II. Wi. Boyd, of Chrieaman, gave it call this week. Dot Oliver made a wonderfully brief visit to Brenham last Tucs- Pev. F. W. Ernst Hartman, of Birch, was in the city Wednes- day. Jalee Chambers, of Lyons, was greeting friends in Caldwell this rv Delamater and wife left laraday for their home in Gal- Har Tkars K V Mm. Mias Jennie May Smith leaves ¡5HL, for Palestine to spend the Chas. A. Broaddus will thié week commence feeding cattle for the home market Harry Delamater and wife, of Galveston, came up to the Jenk- ina-Delamater wedding. The junior editor scent Sun- day in «Six-Shooter Junction, otherwise known as Waco. Mrs. F. W. Wood, of Brenham, mia the city this week visiting the family of Wm. Reeves. Mrs. Elbert Hen&lee, of Yellow Prairie, was visiting Mrs. H. H. Darr a day or two this week. The two fire scares this week were a warning of what may fol- low if more care is not taken. John D. Lee, one of Corsicana's most promising attorneys, is in city, the guest of Rev. Jeff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 December 1897

ML VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1897. NO. 32. That Wave of Prosperity. Texas is "not in it," but we were promised it and kinder looked for it and bought accordingly, so we find ourselves badly overstocked for the present condition of af- fairs, especially so in clothing, and, of course, you know there has been a big ad- vance in these goods lately. Hut we bought our clothing in May, when prices were the lowest we ever saw, and we have them marked in plain figures at a small mar- gin of profit. You will never see prices as low again as long as Mr. McKinley is President of these I'nited States. For Instance: here arc a Few "Mot Numbers." Lot 1** Men's Heavy Satinet Suits $1 75 Lot S016 Men' Black Cheviot Suit* 4 00 Lot lf.tt) Men' Mlack Mixturen, All Wool Suits 5 00 Lot liiOH Men's Brown " " " •• S 00 Lot 7114 Men's Black Clay Worsted Suits 6 00 fc! ' Men's All Wool. High Grade, Clay ui , -5 ( Worsted Suits 7 50 > Men's Black and Blue Mixture, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 December 1897

■ í p ¡ •' 1 i - i teiáv'' W HPS Efe H ■ IsíSÍ? Wiv J-% l*É > m mammmm S/XTEEM TO ONE. I svsrjr Friday it OtMnll, Taua i in Mi« Caldwell pmlotot m ee- A Georgia newspaper wants wood and informs its subscribers of the fact in a paragraph as fol- lows: «A few cords of wood on •nbncription if it comes. This paper is hot stuff, but we can't warm by it. Thk more advertising done in a newspaper, the more people it draw to a town. The proof of this would have to be mauled into some heads with a sledge hammer, and then they won't be- lieve it.—Marl in Bail. Gatesville Foratn. There has been much said con- cerning the suggestion of making a solid gold statue of President McKinley and sending it to the Paris exposition. On the other hand some of the silver dem- ocrats suggest that a solid silver statute of Wm. J. Bryan, sixteen times as large as that of McKin- ley, be made and sent to Paris to show the sentiment of the Amer- ican peoole. DIVERSITY OF CROPS. Thi: probabilities are more than...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 December 1897

to® the action of the democratic caucus of the bouse in running up the party flag with declaration written ho large that even he who runs may read, against the retirement of the greenbacks, either directly or indirectly; againnt any exten- sion of privilege* enjoyed by •ational bank , and fur the recog* nition of the belligerency of Cuba, and the enactment of a just and wise bankruptcy law, watt wine an well as g«* d politic . It show* the country that if the republican* in congrcHH were afraid to announce a policy for the session in advance of the ChriatmaM recess, the demócrata were not. It han been often denied on the floor of congress that the logi- cal outcome of the present civil service law would be a civil pen- sion list, but now Secretary (*age ha* actually started a civil pen- sion list, under the alias of a croll of honor, to which all treasury department employes inore than seventy years old are to be trans- ferred for life, at a uniform an- nual salary of each that i , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 December 1897

&' .« llfeí m #1 e wri Issued «vary frtdajr it Caldwell. Texas. Entered In the Caldwell pnaUiflce u eec- •atf-elaas matter. «•vmTnMi Mm. Display ads one Insertion twenty emita per inch; two Inaertlona tlilrty-ive ci«uU per luuli: one month sixty nuitt per Inch. ..Local relea «even and nne-lialf eenu per line irai Inaertlon and five ceuta per line Nch aubsequent Inaertlon. Obit uarlea, carda of thank* and nol Unta of entertainments riven for religions. educa- tional or charitable purpntM at half rotu- lar ratea. Legal notices of all klnda tl.00 per hundred ta per liun- FROM THE SQUARE TO THE DEPOT. In IIr>>t Inaertlon and #0 cen L Ired worda each aubst«iuiuit Inaertlun. Positively no reductlona will be made from above ratea. The Nkwh-Chkonici.r desires a correa- pnnilt'Bl al every Mwluldit* In the county, •nd In exchange will furnish the paper, stu- Mnnery and postage free. Will be pleased to correspond with any oue on the subjwt. One Yenr f| so •I* Month* | «o fhi iree Mon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 December 1897

J^(ÍHfeÉÍÉ^^ílíí*,V §ÍHnHNHNBfiH¡SÍ |^^ ||.!Q^P^|<P^^I|ÍII|^I>IWIP|ÍP|WPWWÍ|WP M _ ■ ■ "ii ■■■"■ ■ I ■■ ■laiaiBisiai vwviVkVkmwiWimwwiWWWIIWVWIi Come to Bryanjo^yvour Hardware! I am the "warm mustard" on Low Price*. I carry more Hardware—Sell more Hardware than alt of the Hardware Houses in Caldwell and Bryan put together; therefore I can sell at prices that they cannot reach. HERE ARE SOME PRICES: St)oe Nails, 2 packages 5c Sho« Stand, 3 Last 50c 6-Inch Plates, per set 25c T-lnch Plates, per set 35c Knives and ForKs, per set 40c Tea Spoons, per set 5c A Cood fix handle 5c And Thousand* of Other Thing Equally gj HE CUTS THE PRICES. • t • • • $2.50 F>9e Meat log Stove Good fix ai)d Handle A Good Saw 45 A Good Hatchet 25 Three Boys' Koives 10 One Stove Shovel 05 Ooe Coffee Mill 25 a* Cheap but Too Numerous to Mention. See Me for Plow Goods! Two cars of Oliver Chilled and steam beam plows; two cars of Avery steel beam plows, one car steel sweeps, and two cars of Diamond barb w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 December 1897

pre ¡? ill bSP w -; : «> W Iff irotft locus. Ljroiu, Texas, Dec. It , Wff. Editors Nkws-Ciimomclr: And «till F. M. Griffin add new attractions to hi« already beautiful and attractive home. He is now having- his house painted. The next thing we have to re- port is a bold attempt to steal a horse and cow front A. J. Rad- ford last Saturday night. About 11 o'clock Mr. Radford heard a noise in the direction of the horse lot and went out to investi- rte the matter. On arriving at the lot he saw some one and called to a hired boy to know if it «ras him and the fellow answered «yes, but Mr. Radford knew better as soon as he heard the Toice, and made for him, but the thief made good his escape. Upon investigation it was found that he had tied a rope on Mr. Sad ford's cow, caught his horse, and was in the act of saddling the horse. There is no clue yet as to the thief's identity. Last Friday the big gin and mill belonging to L. Zeiss, of Brenham, caught fire, but with a good system of ste...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 December 1897

m i nor rmt m rug 010 row*. A Httk •/ OH ef Mustoré Mistaksn ter Herida Bator Creates • Sematieti. Richmond Counter. There wan a hot time in the old town one night last week. A aerie* of badger fights were pulled off on Railroad street and the fun waxed fast and furious. 'Somebody gave a young1 man a bottle of Florida water with a request to sprinkle it on the chairnoccupied by the spectators trom Lieut. Lyon , TtiUi Dm. 21. *97. Editor NKWH-CHMONiei.it: The Musical Conccrt will be the only entertainment in Lyon* this Christmus. There is not much newa to report this week. If Momething of importance does not happen pretty soon, we can't imagine what we are to do for new as we have about exhausted our present supply. Can't somebody get ..... . g^'t married? It looks like they in order to g t ve the affair an air i i t . . . , . . . M. . ,l ,m I could for there have been wed- oi a high social event. 1 he vounir ,i:., • « • dings in every nook and corner man did so, perfectly unconsciou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 December 1897

if! ¡ M'th\ Kí il and Local. * Kenneth Womack, of Houston, Is in town spending a few days -with his parents. There will probably be a hop given in the Carr building Friday night if the weather will permit. Miss Maggie Jones of Cleburne win arrive today for a few days viait with Miss Alice Nicholson. Miss Clara Matthews returned Wednesday from a visit to rel- atives in Chappell Hill and Hous- ton. Bokx: In Caldwell, Texas, on Sunday, December 19th, to Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Kilpatrick, a line boy. G. W. Withers, of Kdgfield Junction, Tennessee, is visiting bis sister, Mrs. C. C. Gantt, who has not seen him for thirty-eight jears. Miss Jennie May Smith left last night for Bartlett where she will spend the holidays with her brother. Dr. J. B. Honeycutt of Hooker- ville, left this week for his home inGatesville, where he will spend the holidays. Yes, thank you, we have heard that it has rained here recently. The next man that mentions it will be shot. Miss Zelda Heslep left Wednes- day for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 December 1897

,... 1 .. -.¿i* \ Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESQ^COUNT Y, TEXAS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1897. . is NO. 33. . That Wave of Prosperity. Texas is "not in it," but we were promised it and kinder looked for it and bought accordingly, so we find ourselves badly overstocked for the present condition of af- fairs, especially so in clothing, and, of course, you know there has been a big ad- vance in these goods lately. Hut we bought our clothing in May, when prices were the lowest we ever saw, and we have them marked in plain figures at a small mar- gin of profit. You will never see prices as low again as long as Mr. McKinley is President of these I 'nited States. For Instance: Mere arc a Few "Hot Numbers." Lot 1506 Men's Heavy Satinet Suits $175 Lot 5016 Mod's Black Cheviot Suits 4 00 nr J1 HH 7 A fcv. very fine Youth*' Salt* nt ntid $IO. I.ot 1610 Men's Mack Mixtures, All Wool Suits 5 tiO Lot 160H Men's Brown " 44 " " 5 00 Lot 7.114 Men's Mack Clay Worsted Suits 6 00 A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 December 1897

CALDWELL MMS4MNMICIE. mmté Issued «vary Krldsjr at Caldwell, Teiu. A TIME L }' WARMING. m Houston Poat. Now and then a courageous judge on the bench comes to the front with something' worthy of universal attention. This was the case up in Missouri the other day when the court in organizing the 'regular panel of jurors, indulg- ed in some pointed comment on familiar abuses of the jury sys- tem. It is beyond question that crim- inals owe their present practical immunity in this country to the sympathies of the juries—sym- pathies that are often secured by the skill and ability of the advo- cate and often by the use of more questionable means. To guard against miscarriages of justice the Missouri judge warned the jurors as follows: «It is sympathy and moral coward- ice 011 the part of juror* that inter- venes and clcar* guilty men. The de- fendant' attorney tells the jury that it is better that ninety-nine guilty men escape than that one innocent man be unjustly punished. Too many of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 December 1897

Hi*. Texas, December 26. Rditore N*ws-Chmonici.k: Any man who ¡h philonpher enough to find his own mouth in the dark, must, ut the present time, fall upon the question of matrimony to moralize and from which to evolve social maxims and moral precepts. I now rush into print with the following theory and defy the world to infringe upon my rights us an originator. The recent epidemic of marriages is a direct result of the action of certain germs or microbes in the human anatomy, and is a natural consequence of the protracted meeting mania that so manifested itself in the summer. The philosophic scien- tist can easily discern the in- timate relation existing between the «salu te-y< >ur -brother-with - the-holy-kiss religious gather- ings in the summer and the «man and wife episodes of the present reason. Scientists have demon- strated the existence of disease baccilli, and one Ku^lishman has authentically asserted that there in such a thing as health germs, ho it i only an analogo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 December 1897

JWHX KMMMMICLE. •*• ! Friday at On Id well. (Tnw. pmlodck u m o- Tll. in twenty cent* Cinch; two Insertion* fhlrty-Nve «ruin lack; un muiilit «tit) H ill pt>r li 'h. la tM) CaM liwcal ralM ««ven and << Mt tril Insertion and ftwr cents pet I „ *vi«n hm Aral timer i Ion P Mm subsequent Insert W n -half rail* c carrianfthartkiunn notlwHof ment* plven for •* lit Ion , Mtuca- or ckarliablu iMrpuw at lialf *u- itSF*1 fjfMva antlmof nil kind flow per liuidhred nt Inwrtkm and M> nunU iht latin- wordaesek anlnMHiaetit insertion. iveljr do reduction* «'III Ik- made L i rates. Rwa-CHitnsiiri.B riestses m wirran- _ at every uostofllee fa the «tin|y, %xchenge will furntoti «W- paper. *la- Und posta ire free. Will fee pleased tit ~ d with any one or. Uir -.uhject. more m material, machinery, and iniyarovemcnta in the paper, junt an rapidly an our patron- age will justify uh. Ifouradver- tiaing patronage should develop during ike next nix months as our subscription patronage has dur in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 December 1897

Come to Bryan! To Buy Your Hardware! I am the "warm mustard" on Low Price . . I } Hardware Houses in Caldwell and Bryan put together HERS ARE SOME PRICES; —-— V carry more Hardware—Sell more Hardware than all of the get her; therefore 1 can sell at prices that they cannot reach. SI>oe Hails, 2 packages 5c Shoe Stand. 3 Lasts 50c 6-Inch Plates, per set 25c T-lnch Plates, per set 35c Knives and For*s. per set 40c Tea Spoons, per set 5c A Good fIx Handle 5c Fli)* Heatli)0 Steve $2.50 Good fix ai)d Handle 55 A Good Saw . •. 45 A Good Hatchet 25 Three Boys' Kolves 10 One Stove Shovel 05 Oi)e Coffee Mill 25 And IUuumimU of Other Things Equally • Cheap but To*Mumerou* to Mentioa. See Me for Plow Goods! Two cars of Oliver Chilled and steam beam plows; two cars of Avery steel beam plows, one car steel sweeps, and two cars of Diamond barb wire—the lonj* reacher—100 pounds runs 700 yards, 260 pounds runs a mile; one car of wrought iron pipe; one car of blacksmith coal; collars, hames, back ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 December 1897

je ¿. I- , -A. fe I .'fv> itrv ion. •Y TKNNKSSKK CLAFUN. these arc attiij(le¿ flic re t w ensy. Ah jr South said in one of i • «. Partiality is more frequently * misfortune than a vice. Men are partial by habit, by education, by their locality, and by the relig- ious and Hocial prejudices which they acquire from their infancy. With the majority it isa matter of difficulty to divest themselves of erroneous ideas and misleading* sympathies. They have been so used to regard things from a par- ticular standpoint, and to hear only one side of a question, that correct judgment arid its con- «Movent diffusion ot justice are well nigh impossible. Whe^C ' right or wrong, they follow the old tracks, rely upon old customs, and seldom deviate much from the principals of their fathers. And the stubbornness with which they do all this generates bitter variances and perpetuatesancient wrongs. Hence a proselyte is almost as rare as if we were a nation of Gentoos, and any man who dares, however c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 December 1897

. ¿ps ií f ". > ^ - * fie • r ■■ ■ Hwllit— New Utter. Wamhxcton, Dec. 27. i<W. -Edituk Nkwn-Chkohici.k: «Wobbling Willie inagainhe- ¡ng applied to McKinley an a nick- ■mine by member of h¡H own party. TherepublicanH whostill •call themnelveH bimetalÜKtH have about decided that Mr. McKinley must either declare himHelfto be a gold monometallist or a bi- metalliHt; they are tiredof having him coddle them by talking bimet- alinmand then allowing Secretary (iage to publicly announce with- out remonntrance, that the ad- min ¡titration wan for any and everything that watt regarded an likely to help perpetuate the «in- gle gold standard. Thene men have quieted thiir constituents by assuring them of Mr. McKin- ley's sincero friendship for bi- metallism, and his desire to aid in its restoration whrn tin-optior- „ . , . i this business those who have tunitv offered, and it was from ... . , .. «. , . . ... . dealings with the patent office fur. McKin ev himself that thev * 1 country, and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 December 1897

m r;fc . m Personal and Local. Notice the new ad of Jenkins & Jenkins in thin ¡untie. lira. T. M. Gerald, of Temple, ia visiting her father, T. D. Sul- livan. Herbst & Windhausen change their advertisement in this issue. Read it Hon. W, W. Searcy, of Bren- ham, waa in the city on business thia week. Mr. A. J. Radford, of Lyona, intends moving- to Houston at an early date. M iss Fannie Stone, of Brenham ia up for a few days visit with her brother W. M. Stone. Henry Pahl, of Brenham, was in town this week visiting the family of W. A. Kddina. Dr. T. O. Gorman returned Wednesday evening from a very pleasant visit to Giddings. J. D. Lee, an attorney of Cor- sicana, and wife are visiting the family of Rev. Jeff D. Ray. F. W. Wood and sons, of Bren- ham, took Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reeves. Miss Belle Brewer, of Lincoln, Lee county, is spending a few days in town visiting friends. Mrs. Ivy Brooks, of Bryan, is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. W. King, for a few w...

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