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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

H;j?vX 1¡$>¡ TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. |C=r-: Ul'R AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXL CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1900. NO. 9. 1 $ &rom Our S?i/ra/ Staff, t ! >"g- ft#******'* j There is still considerable j sickness in the community, but none of a serious nature that we are aware of. ........ nniini. .it ... ... Í Misses Mollie Little ami Allie YllLOW PRAIRIl. Horace Stokes, who has been I . ,, r|M , f4 ,, . , , , i and Kmma Thomas left I* ridav very sick, we are «lad to learn • c , , . . ., . ," ¡for a two weeks visit to rela- 1'iiKiif.Man, i< \ . Jtiiv-4. is itnprovinir. _ v, , v, ,, ., .. . . , .tivesat Keith, (trimes county. Editor Nmwc mmonk u-. Miss Minnie i' rice has been; Cncii Bin Died July 17th at hei4 home at very sick with typhoid fever,: Caldwell and L. O. Kraim of Tu-j Yoakum have been visiting Mrs. nis were in attendance at the|K. IT. Porter. burial of Doll Porter...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. 27. WUU. 6^ K m W' 1 Cochran Say It • Fan* of Piracy Bourke Cochran, New York Journal. Imperialism ban always been a form ot piracy, but piratical craft seldom display their true colors while in sight of civiliza- tion. This imperialism of ours, while it remained under exami- nation by the American people, tried to assume every appear- ance of 'an expedition for the conversion of sinners. The crew used the language of the hymnal, though the stridency of their voices suggested the board- ing-gang rather than the choir. They concealed purposes of plunder under the profession of religion a few of whose mis- sionaries they had decoyed on board. When the younger and more impatient showed a dispo- sition to cast off disguise and to appear in the usual equipment of their calling, more expc.i- enced hands were quick to check the impulse and restore the gar- ment of morality to their shoul- ders. When, for instance, one of them, holding aloft a nugget o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

THE CALDWELL ¿Paris Cxpostti'on jCetter. &j/ Our 3?ofu/ar Correspondent. immmmwmntmm ^ mmmmmmtwNmK Pvkis, Fkam k, July 'i, two. j tioiis. In lS'j'i, with its influence «DITO* Nkw*-Chkomci,k: penetrating all over Kusnia, the Nothing in I* ranee is so typ- state subvention was $1 ,000,000, icul oi I' ranee as the exhibition, and the propaganda does more for it is at once superficial to the than establish these tea public eyeand sound to the understand- houses. It gives thousands of infer, full OÍ tinsel sights and un- concerts and conferences and meaning gaiety, side by side entertainments. The effect is with the loveliest forms of art known to be enormous, and what and the most admirable results with Tolstoi's writings, the czar's of industry and <d education, philanthropy and the propagan- Such, at least, were mv thoughts ,|at Russia* in a few decades as I came out of the l'alace of ou^ht to have one of the most | Congresses after spending an uvili/ed peasantries in the world...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

ill í¡,& = «ti i jowít. . BUST, Batared In tht Caldwell pnittoflce as mc- ••4-claas mutter. Issued Every Friday Morning. SutocrlptlM Ratea. Oaa Year ... 91c Mud Mi*.. . Four Mouttts Two Moni ti •I 50 W M) S Advertising Rates. AH advertising on flrsi pus ' will liecliarireri • lent- per Ini'li >trai(l)l. with uo reduction (or large ud . Display «d> one Insertion twenty cents por ln<Mi: two Insertion* thlrty-flve cent* por inch; out «i.ont ii sixty cents per Inch. bucal rutes «even and one-hillf cent* per Itae first insertion ttnd Ove cents per Une ••cli subsequent Insertion. Obituaries. card* of thank* and notice ot ••tert al laments given for religion*, educa- (tonal or cli.irltublc purpose at half regu- la* rr.te . Legal notices of all Wnd* 11.00 per hundred words flr>! insertion and .'«) cent-, per liuu- And word* each subsequent Insertion. The News-Chkonici.k desire* a corres- pondent at every postolHce in the county, •ad In exchange will furnish the paper, sta- t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

an THE CALDWELL KEWS-CHtOVICLB. CALDWELL, TEXAS, JULY ÍT, WANTS MEDIATION. IT WILL BK ORANTKD ONLV ON GSRTAIN CONDITIONS. TT An frlv* Is Numb«r--A«lli«iitlrlly at Mm Hwium Mm N* tally KattMM- M-H!w|*r Vumum Pint Thmi lk« Kww aaaa Matlw*. Washington, July MluUlcr Wu. • claiming to ruprnsuut lite Iffipottal government of Cbini, ku |iri*w>ntud to ibc Hutu depart uivnt an edict pray- lug till* intervention of tbo Lulled at la tun between China dud tlie po«- tT of Kurope. It 1 expected tliut thin odlct will In- made public tomorrow to- gether with ibe «tuluiuetil of the term* ttpuu \\ blob the L'lilteil Htute* will un- dertake mediatluu. The urealdent Im willing iu take u|Hiii himself the oilier naLeü It tlx- t 'hiñese government. thiiMuli MlnUter Wu, Mill eatablt h the f ollow itig Uve fin t* 1 Thai iln- reijucsl fur mediation In authentic'' - '1 hat Minister Congci ami In.-* |>ai IwaapMil at la Parta. La Porta. Tasas. July 24.—tamp Bayars was formally oponed at noon yesterday by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

■ W %:■ m ■ ™E C*U>WBI£ NEWS. CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, Jl'tY « , MflO. Ill Sfiv: { ¡É; MS • Ü ®;v,. cauweix wewt-cwowaE. UST*JOINEK. NéflffcWr ALBERT 0. RUST. JR., IbiiMM Mlr. t. HOUSTON GERMAN. El. Ill M*r Rstered In Ikr Caldwell pestoSee u escónd- ela utsiisr. Ituwd Kvsry hldiy Morning. Lying's a certain mark of cowardice. —Southern. Pnlw undereerved la scandal In dln- gulse—Pope. A laugh la worth a hundred «roana la any market.—Umb. In proportion aa anger comea, aenae departa.—Turkiab proverb. He who ia aahamed of asking la aabamed of learning.— Arnlm. A learned man ia a tank; a wise man la a spring.—W. R. Alger. Good manners and good morala are eworn frienda and faat alllee.—Bartol. "The older I am." skid Habit, "the longer 1 ahall live."—Scott O'Connor. Truth la aa impoaeible to be soiled bjr any outward touch aa the aun- team.-Miiton. Landa mortgaged may return, but honesty once pawned' ia ne'er redeem- ed.-—Mlddleton. Only he who Uvea a life of hta own CM help the Uvea ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

' (PPPBP^^'' ' mmmm m ' JR ™ ' * d«r and delight thrilled the Man- boy* when the railroad gang the «rige of the prairie claim. Por day*, almost for weeks, the alow approach of the laborers had been watched. Flint. Juat above the horl- ton. then creeping across the level plain- tt seemed thai they would never come. Rob, Tad and roly-poly Link stood In line, gazing curiously aa the wield- wr of pick and above! crossed the boundary of fciie farm. "Want a ride, bub ?" called one of the men, motioning toward the Hat push car atandlug on the newly laid track. "Course we do," and the three boy* noon «at on the long car. and sis bare brown leg* hanging off. while the men trapdled them along the track toward the pilos of rails and tie*. That was the beginning. The men atayed for a long time on the Mangold claim, for there were along the creek bluffs and bills to work through. The boys fairly lived beside the track and pushed the now little used flat car back and forth, enjoying the novel pla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

: THE CALDWELL TKXA8, JtfLtf IT, 1900. ■ " KIDS TO DOMAIN. R JP fel- feo. transportation, without which it was evident that the it plead id agri- cultural and industrial resource* with which nature liad to rashly en- ■ IW* WWÜ dowed this grand old state could tf Railwayt. , not be developed, and they inau- _____ ! gurated a policy of liberality toward the railway coinpouies, then just springing into an extremely doubt- ful existence. Such liberality stands without a parallel iu the his- tory of tlie world. With great pro- digality large areas of our fertile and valuable public domains were generously donated to encourage The reading public in the state of j ^ie building of railways. In addi- Texas frequently sees reference to | tKm mone>' Wtts ,oanod from our certain suits by which the state has Pul,li(' sch°o1 fund at ow rates of recovered land from some railroad1in,crtwt to aid thme enterprises, or other, or that a certain styled I 0f tho tush f1*01 fund l,roPer suit is pending...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Glenn Heslep returned from Bryan last Tuesday. John R. Fraim of Milano wat in the city yesterday. Mrs. J. A. Gray is visiting relatives in Milano this week. Robert Dick of Merle was in the city a few hours Monday. Mrs. Annie Frazier of Lyons was trading in the city yester- day. Rev. K. A. Potts of Fish ville I is spending the week in C'ald- j well. Curtis Olivor of Bryan is) spending a week with his par-1 ents here. Rev. Jeii !.C.i v and Juilg;e' A. W. Mel er cMU'd Helton* this week. Mr. and Mrs. llervcv of Ly- ons visited relatives in the city this week. Mr. and Mis, Al Fanner re- turned Saturda. from a \isit t<>: La m pasas. Frank and Ken Womack \ is- ited their parents here Saturday and Sundav. J. W. Harvey and family re- turned Saturday from • health- seeking trip to Lampasas, much improved by their stay at that place. Miss Bell Ray Du Bois, who has heen visiting the family of her uncle, Rev. Jeff 1). Ray, re- turned to her home at Rockdale Monday. Miss Ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, JULY 27. 1400. WAMMSTON KM UHIE Washington, D. C., July 20. bditoh Nhws-Chkomcuk : McKinley is again performing his specialty—the wobbling act. He heard the criticism of the country of his absence from his post and rushed back to Wash- ing-ton, everybody supposed to do something'. There has been cabinet meetings and cabinet dinners, but that is all. Noth- ing has been done that had not been decided on before McKinley pulled himself away from the enticing rocker on that Canton porch. Although it is the gen- eral opinion in Washington that congress should be called in ex- tra session to handle this Chi- nese business, McKinley and his advisers decided that no extra session should be called until the urgency became more press- ing. Because the allied forces rn China have won a temporary success, at an awful cost of life, including many Americans, and the Chinese have sent a message saying that the foreign minis- ters in Pekin are alive, whi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

iil m .fiAíi |MÉiAMd&É>aB «re&. 1 wm<i'^}r< -i , : •:. ,-i ■■ ¿Ml%w3ás. '... !jlfcftW rata* ww mm!&á miébmléhamriííka mtal^bll)0mwi^n^ístf6i DREAMS OF DEFECTIVES. and Inatracttve Obionratiom of • RuuUfl Faycbologtat. The notable Ktu-iun p*yeliolog¡4, M. de Alnmui ine, ha- recently jiub- lishi'd a niOí-t ílili i i .«tiujjaiid ¡n true- tiff book 011 tin1 dreuu of the deaf and dumb, tIn abnormally formed people, rripplt- utid inf:int*. lie lia. noticed, fn} h the L< ndon (ilobe, that in the eme of the deaf and dumb, if díafnecs occur# bt-f< re the\ «re II vt years old, they forget what they have learned of >jw k« n wnnlt! tin •<• words never being n ii>enil er. d in their dretín . If the inirlügence of tlu «niictcd with tin I'm -• < nly i- big 14v developed, they t.vih ret in the knowledge nf-p du n «• n! .ttltluMi^rli deiifne?.- niny hav • nj«« -v me. a; «11 early uye. I )n tb. . • her lewd, if ti ir menial faculte- ;ire w 1 a!., t'" «!« af « •*,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 July 1900

iff ?! ~ 12 THE «. - ~ J Stories of tb« Street. 1st! mmm —Primaries aya in today. —Foind: A door key. Call at Stone & Hitchcock's for same and pav for this notice. —The death roll is a lengthy one this week, vet there is also mention of the arrival of nearly a dozen young men and women in our county. —A late report from the en- campment has it that Company K has been detailed as a camp guard to keep the mosquitoes from devouring the whole regi- ment. They are doing good ser- vice. —H. M. Autrey of Second Creek reports his cotton in fine condition, though sharpshooters are feared. He also reports his yield of corn quite satisfactory, though he believes he would have been better off this year if he had put his corn land all in cotton. —W. T Hill, our genial and accomodating Yellow Prairie cor- respondent, was in the city Tuesday and called to leave his communication. We are always pleased to have visitors, and es- pecially members of our rural staff to call and see the office and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

TWELVE PAGES Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XXI. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1900. NO. 10. I J'rom Our Sfiura/ Staff, t ********* ********* J. R. Nix has decided not to go to North Texas. J. R. (¡roce paid Caldwell a visit Saturday. gation at Porter's Chapel Sun- day night. Laddie and Carl Roberson and ¡ Miss Lorena Porter attended CI AY. ti \\ , Ti n \s, .1 u 1 > emtow Nl'.vv s-l'llk'iml i i Messrs. Puckett of Merle, F. K. Jordan of Caldwell and R. B. Keifer of Somerville were here last Friday. John McCorquodalc spent sev- eral days willi his brother, Wil- liam. this week. Mrs. McCor- quodalc having just returned from a two weeks* visit here. Frit/ Kaslv. while en route to Rosebud, was taken sit k Satur- day and stopped over here until his health ¡mpro-.es. At List ac- counts he was very low. Thomas Bar ham returned last Wednesday from North Texas, where he had been tor s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, AUGUST 3. r-:' - ■'* The Spiritual Man- xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. OUR STATE UNIVERSITY. | for whatever is worth doing at ¡«ill is worth doing well. of "Some fact " Oben Out b> Since questions concerning Kegittror Lmm\. this really great institution, of ' which every true Texan is proud, In last week's Nkws-Ciikonici.i secm tq be |n orde|. ] ahould appeared a letter from Registrar ,¡kc to as,. two. Loniax of the State University L Is it true that the students, in answer to some questions wUh t|je consent and COH,pera. propounded h.m by one of our t¡Qn of thc facuUy and regenN< leading citizens. It is not my¡give a ..grMÚ bñ¡r at thc closo purpose, in this article, to take any stock whatever in any con- troversy regarding the morals of the State University. I simply famous Ilanna Spring, located almost in the business portion of thc town: Hydro-«ulp¿iutc of «odium 0.111 Sulphate of lime O.'KM Hydru-*ulphate of «mía 0.77$ Chloride of...

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

1X1 MMNMM ¿Paris Cxpositi'on jCetter. &j/ Our ¡Regular Correspondent. Promp ! Action in all Blood Ab Kin h Diaeasen makes ■■■ v ■ ■ ■ SEVERA1* BLOOD PURITIER I'akis, Ki<\m r, July 1-ñ l'"h . ElUTOK NKWS-C'HH()N|Ct,H: concordat wilh him in 1801, The concordat is the base of the I wish I could say something present French religious sys- new about the 1* ourth. What tem. 1 >u t Napoleon could not, will writers ol a thoussnd years <j0 without the pope, or rather hence do when everything that |i¡„ ambition made him suppose can possibly be said about Wash-j be could make the pope his vas-] ington and independence will sal, and through the pope for- have been said a thousand times.' (. ¡yn countries, lie brought the ¡ Still, there was one remarkable pope of his day to Paris, you: thing about the I ourth in I'aris, remember, for his coronation ; and that is the way the I' reltvh and when the pope offered to celebrated it. \ es, celebrated place the crown on his head, he is the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE R. it! JMWI9 k. HOUSTON Gt«M4N. Ra «red tn the Caldwell postofRce a aec • •d-ola uiati*?r. Uaued Every Friday Morning. üMtMMsriptlon Rate . Om Year ¥li Mouth Four Moiit.ii .. Two Mont lis . •1 AO 7S AO 53V Advertlilai Rate . All advertising on first jiiore will lie charKcd •0 cents per lucli strultfht, with ui> reduction for large ad*. Plauluy ads one Insertion twenty cent# per inch; two Insertion* th'rty-flve cent par inch; ono month lxty couth per inch. Local ratf seven and one-half cents tier line first insertion awl five cents per line •ach subsequent Insertion. Ubltuurlrs. cards of thanks and notices of ealertalu meats el ven for religions, educa llonal or charitable purposes at half reifu l r rates. Legal notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred words first insertion and 50 cents per hun dréd words each sub e<tuent Insertion. The News.Chkosici.k desires a corres- pondent ¡it every pustofflce In the county and In exchange will furnish the paper, sta-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

ÍEDY IN WACO. TMROAT8 Or TWO MEN WBRS OUT SV AN ASSASSIN. C. BlagslMirr mm! Bum. Hi Uki Wat* Mm VMIwiHnlwMl ta IM. IkUMf mmé PtÜMHi'U* ml Mm twm ■Ben Wh AriNU* Waco. Testa, Jul/ SI.-Myroo C. Kingsbury raiding at HIH North rantli street, «ras sssasalnated this ling at 2 o'clock aiul Duncan Mc- Lennan. bla brother-in-law. met the aame fate In the same room At the hour named Mrs. Kingsbury, wife of detreased. who was sleeping In a sep- arate room, whn awakened by a nolac la ber liunluiiicl * room as if two per- aoas were lighting. Abe ran Into the room, but It wu* durk and. the strug- gle having alie could not sec or bear anything. She procured a light and re entered and wan horrified I the ghn«ly sreiu l cíore her. Her hu*l>and Myron C. Kiugftbiiry. lay upon bin ImhI dead, III throat cut from ear to car. Duncan McLennan. Iter brother, a young man about JW fear old. lay aero the body of her husband dying, his throat also cut un- til hta head waa almost severed from bis bod jr. Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

=555= THB CALDWELL x>m ■' 5. RUST. JR., BntlMM Mfr. t. HOUSTON GERMAN, El ssi Rstfr. ta Ihs Caldwell Itoaad KvMf Friday Meraiag PP WHAT ON* WOMAN THINKt. to contsgtous. Ml* ruto to to drees to suit the - >• Tk* dog fancier doM a bowline bust* Much of the worry of lit* to due to a "liver. A P*P«r full of good point*—a pa- per of plaa. Ton can't have too many tucks in four cummer «own. Tbc woman witb big feet should never wear tan sboec. Green and wbitostnpes are the fash- ionable thing for awnings. A woman is not wall drsssed it sbc has a boto la her stocking. The man who saks, "Is It hot enough for your ought to be fined. Tin man who lets things slide gen- erally ends by slipping up himself. People who have nothing to do must dreadfully tired of their own • A eieeer woman-knows bow to talk, bn| a still more clover woman knows when to keep still. No saatter how many friends a per- sea has there amy come a time when he has one too few. The small boy can never under- stand his mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

His Dear Relation. "It f i really s must comical aitua- my dear." nM Lady Htr to her friend, Lady Glenlyndon. "They wera aaaounced together J oat like husband •ad wife. She cama la looking reedy to karat with race and affecting not to aetlaa the ganara! grin. He came In. either not having keard tke announce* ment and quita unconscious of tba preeenc* of hit dear relation, or elaa of tba tneat actora 1 have ovar I tblnk aba awuld have Itkad to fcave orderod htn. to ba turnad out of tba room on tbe apot. bet aa abe could not do that aha turnad ep ber nose— nnd I am aura It turna up quita onough of It naif. Well, aha aat down by ma, and ha est near and talkad af- fably. obviously trying to draw bar In. Bbe eat looking daggers at him. re* fualng to ba drawn, and than at laat anubblng him so that he gave bar Jait one glanre and left her to bereelf. ffhe went won, and, I hope, fait ashamed of beraalf. but 1 doubt It." "Nothing Is leas conducive to iwpont- ence." aeid Ladr Glenlyndon.laugh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

i'fí, ■ 1 IM Ml AMMI ItltNMflt It Df§f tcpartaut. ones TK EXACT CSNMTNN& IE- Kf- «T MM Vi if Ü The annual report of Cipt. C. 8. Riche, snowing the status of the various projects for the improve- ment of Texas waterways, ha# been made public. Following is a num- mary of the report giving the operations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1900: Improvement of Galveston Har-! Erring yeai dredged, evoa- ( vated nod removed 601,038 cubic | yard* of matinal. No work done on jetlivs. They are consid r<d comphie for the present. Railroad trad' o.er shore branch on the aonih jetty which has been kept running fur ahore fortification will aoon have to be abandoned. Condition of jetties remains about ( the wine. Consolidation and settle- mest continue, but not enough to j (pall for exteusive repairs. Two eelf- regi-tering tide guage* were kept in operation during the year. Field work on the re-urvev of Galveston bay waa continued when examina- mprovoment ship channel .which goes to the c...

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