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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

p Y; Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1898. Our Cast) Sales for '97. The Largest in the History of Our Business.... This may sound a little "foxy" to oúr competitors, hut it is a fact nevertheless. 1H07 is called the hardest of hard years in this cotton country, and we agree that upon the whole it is: and it makes us feel proud to see our cash sales growing year- ly which is proof to us that our floods, prices and meth- ods are right, because peo- ple don't throw away their money these "hard times" for high-priced merchandise, hut spend it where it will go furtherest, and buy the most goods—not trash—pos- sible. (iood goods at low prices and but one price to all is what people of good judgment want and we give it to them. This is the whole storv in a nutshell. J. p. Cobb. LfOMS LOCALS Lyon*. Tcs.i*. Jan. •*. "'*• Editor* Nm'CMUnKli w: Another year ha* pa- '•«•d and a new one is here to till the place, and with the incoming <...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

ppí§¡¡ mm life CALDWELL HCWS-CNWMICLE.. UfliV A |A|a|M S iWiWi liMwd wary FrMmr aft Caldwell, Tbih. SCHOOLS AND GOOD ROADS. Houston Poet. That states have the power to enact compulsory school law has been legally determined, but that auch laws work well in this demo- cratic government is not so clear. There ia a conviction in the American mind that the indi- vidual citizen has the right to grow up in ignorance, if he be so disposed, or to remain as unfitted for an intelligent discharge of his public duties as his wayward fancy may suggest The operations of the compul- aory school law in New York City have been only partially satisfac- tory, and now a serious objection has been raised In West Virginia to a compliance with such a statute, that would apply with equal force at this time in nearly all the states—the physical objec- tion in the shape of bad roads. A man in the last state men- tioned, who had been citcd to appear before a magistrate and answer to the charge of failure to s...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

í • (>w¿< 'M¿ mm balls t. u. « t« IN thk tria* raim ahí A significant sign of the tend- ency oí the timeH is the failure of the Chentnut Street bank at Phil- •delphia. This was one of the leading financial institutions of the Kant, and its president was \V in. M. Singerly, proprietor of the Philadelphia Record. The Record, by the way, was a Cleve- land organ, and lias clamored loudly for the maintenance of ta ntable currency and the gold standard. Its proprietor now has an object lesson of the inevit- able result of doubling up the obligations <>t debtors bv arti- ficially expanding the dollar to two hundred cents that lie can fully appreciate. IK- put his money and much money belong- ing to the Chestnut Street bank in a paper mill, and the losses it Buffered through the contraction Caused by the gold mania have i swamped both the bank and Mr. | Singerly. This is a rough ex- perience for one of the proteges of the money speculators, and the sympathy they were prompt to e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

v IS s ík ^n ^sst^f IM • VVMllVi BOTWFV WHW rf^^ffWrl# wwy Friday m OtMnll, Tmm. to Dm Caldwell MVMTMHIC «ATM. Display ads ona Insertion twenty reata Bit (neat two irmrthini llilrty-ir ' canta ir lack; una uuiath alxty cents par inch. Local rataa seven and one-half cent* par llaa Irat Insertion and Iva cents per line «•ell awlHMNineat laaertlou. Obituaries. card* of tbaaks and notice of entertainments y I ven for religions. educa- tional or cliarHttbi* purpoaea at half reca- lar ratea. tl notices of all kind*91 <M per handled •rat Insertion and M cent per bun- JXi dred w words each vahaequent Insertion. Poaltively no reducltoas will he nade from above rates. The Nawa-CnaoaiCMi dealres a eorres- poadent at every poatolBce In the county. Sad In exrbange will furnishi the paper, sta- tionery and pouta«re fret*. Will be pleiuwd Ui correspond with any one on tke subject. gj SUBSCRIPTION MTU: „ Year a Montks ree Montns « ao I® Caldwell, Texas, Friday, January 7. VALE SUL ROSS, Waco Tim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

BX*U0T. RONS DKAU. .f Mu. "• •« *r « *Mw • HN UImm «T Tm Daya. Bryan, Tenas, Jan. 3 —Bk Gov. Lawrence Sullivan & w died at hi home at tho Agricultural and Me - „ ehanlcal College of Texas, of which ri«« over the red forces, institution he was president,at 6:85 General Wii.field Scott m'mIi iaIt lltL 1— 11 .. . fa _ him. Roas' oourage, while nrt as "loud" aa the Indian's was a Mothr o'clock this evening, in the 5 th year of his age. He had been hunting, and returned home on Tfcuraday evening complaining of indigestion. He was very restless Friday and Saturday, hut his sick- neat yielded somewhat to remedies On Sunday afternoon about 5 o'clock he wai taken with acute congestion of the stomach and bowels, and in spite of every effort of loviug care or medical attention, be died at the hour named. The news was s severe shock to the people of Bryan and vicinity, G v Ross having all along api wared to be in the best oi heal tin The ar- raugenieuta for the fuuerai have not been made ye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

GENERAL MOTE Autboritiee al San Diego have UkiD imple precautions ifiíut tkc speartl oI the omallpox now epidemic there. Poetmabter Parker bas liceo ín- dalled in the jxwttjttice at Mobile, alter bard tumble with the present incumbent, Col. Kapier Rapielr baa iucd out a wi it of injunction is the U 8. court, claming that under section 2880, Kov'igal Stat- ute, he is entitled to bold the ofice until the expiration of his term. Tbe injunction was refuted. A new law, the enforcement of which will expedíate tbe dlspoai tion of pension claims now pend- ing, bap been issued by Commis- eioner Evans of tbe {tension office, It ie as follows: ''Hereafter claims for increase •I pensiens will not be considered witnin twelve months from the last action—allowance or rejec- tion." The President, after a brief con- ference with Ex Secretary Foster, baa approved the bill "prohiting the killing of fur seals in waters north of the Pacific ocean." The penalty for violation of the law is not less than $...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

been visited on We can art fit* our faithful and beat ner- vine, and be jnat a> lair aa our require, and trust to good mum and justice of our defcnae and lor tbe protection of our good names. John H. Reagan, Chairman; I J. Storey, Allison .Vayfield. Labor Notes. fpThe China, Webster and Pern, brook cotton manufacturing corn panic , oí Suncock, N. H. bave re- duced the wages ot their employe Tbe reduction * fleets 1400 hands In a convention in I<«ondon the representative* oí 1,260,0# union- ists passed resolution congratulat iag tbe engineers on their stand, and asking all trades unoionists to support the engineers. The Anioskeag, Stark and Armory cotton mamifiicturing cor- i oration ot Manchester, N. H., nave tunde a cut of 10 jier cent in tbe wagts oí the.r employes, con siatiog of 12,000 o[wrators. Treasurer l'arson* of the Lyman mills of Holyoko, Mass., say* the wages ij that mi 1 will he cut to eoniorm to the wage* in New Bed* ford. Thin i the second cut in tbese mills in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

*€•■ 1I>B10NKRS MIT BACK fMt bpt| la M HUwtol Attack, b/ Dalia* FrtltoaM—i. The following ha* been given •at by the railroad commission in tiawer to charge* recently made agaiaat it by certain Dallas publi j cations: Austin, Tex., Dec. 25.—The Southern Mercury, a populist; newspaper published at the city of Dallas, in its number of December 16, 1897, contains an editorial beaded with the words "A Terri- ble Crime." Oo other pages of Ihia piper it gives a rehash of an editorial in the Texas Farmer of Deoembei 11, 1897, written, we •oppose, by Captain J. Farley, who seema to do the railroad edi torial work of the Farmer. We auppoae he writes the railroad edi- loríala ot the Farmer because we generally and ufien receive lettera from him the tame, in substance, as the editorial which afterwards appear in the Farmer. Captain Farley was an original «neaiy qi the railroad commission, policy of this state, and was active an opposition to it during Gov tar nor Hogg's first canvass for gov...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

i WW MU LUÍ. §19,399 9n 999 4mw #/ #1M*M ¿i^a On Thursday there was filed t the county clerk'* office, a «Mortgage covering 3üo acre of lile lMuford Brook league, given A. D. McConnico to M. C. Armstrong, both of Bryan, to He- ctare the payment by McConnico to Armatrong of three note * each, for $4,&UII and due December 29, HW8, December 29, 1899, and December 29, l9uo, reapectively. • It's a pity this money couldn't 1>e invented in BurlcHon. Johnston-Philp. Ma mm 1kb. At Y i* I low Prairie, •on Wednesday, December 29, <¡eo. Johnston and Miss Mamie Philp, Rev. S. P. Brown officiat- ing. At an early hour the Methodist •church was tilled with the many friends of the young couple, and at 7:30 the bridal party entered. Míhm Carrie Thompson and Crane Johnston, und John l'hilp and Míhs Sudie Andrews were the attendant*. Keverend Brown pronounced the ceremony in a very impressive manner. The young couple left Friday for bailas, where they will make their future home, followed by ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

K 1 m' fe ■ES? Wú p: l§ Washington, Jul. 3, WW. Corroas Nkws-Chboniclr: Secretary Gage ¡h the financial boas of the whole adminiatration outfit. He made a bluff at re- t%ning. if McKinlcy was dianat- iafied with his advocacy of legis- lation to clinch the gold standard upon our financial ay stem, and McKinley at once dropped to the gold aide of the financial fence, and informed his wily aecretary of the treasury that he didn't want his resignation and was per- fectly satisfied with what he had done and what he was doing. If that doesn't convince the silver republicana in congress that McKinley has left them in the lurch and surrendered bag and baggage, to the gold standard crowd, it will be plain as the nose on your face that they don't want to be convinced. Although tiie democrats were not at all sur- prised at McKinley's action they are much pleased with it. De- lighted, in foet Its worth many thousand democratic votes. Hon. Richard Park Bland, of Missouri, whose nickname of «Silv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

i imkl hth;. their time. The Doges and State Councillor of Venice, whose faded uplendors are the marvel of Europe, were mer- chantH and controlled the trade of the east. How paltry and pitiable have mttmm—and of names and digni- fav TRMNKMKK CLAHLIH) There are many aociai fallacies which have for ages continued to live vigorously, and which die hard and aloiyly. Among them ia that moat pernicious one that trade ia undignified and labor a reproach. No matter what mor- 4Uiata and philoMophers have Haid aa to the worth of work and value •of commerce, no mutter what has .been written by the poeta or preached by the divinen, fash- ionable Hocietv shut its cars und its understanding to all, and de- creed that, whatever their per- sonal character or abilities, those who engaged in trade or labor should be excluded from its cir- cles. Thia opprobrious distinction between idleness and usefulness to the prejudice of the latter, or between one kind of usefulness and another, is not an indigeno...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 January 1898

Junes Brown, of Giddingii, in In town this week. Dr. J. H. Sparks, of Hix, was la the city Thursday. F. F. Fowler, of Lyon , waa at the Addison bouse Tuesday. Dr. & Fr Woodward, of Cle- burne, ia in the city on business. J. P. Langham and wife, of Leiington, were in town Mon- day. lev. Jeff D. Ray's family left last Monday for a visit to Com- Jnlian Hill of Quarry, Washing- ton county, was in the city this W. F. Sullivan is building an addition to his house in West Caldwell. lames A. Dean, of Galveston, ia visiting relatives in Caldwell thia week. F. C. Ponce of Calvert who has bean visiting in the city returned hone last week. Mrs. S. B. Murray went to Brenham last Wednesday on a ▼¡alt to relatives. Misa Hettie Hope, book-keeper for D. Levi, leaves this week for Saa Angelo for a few weeks' visit. J. E Hill, from near Deanville, has moved to Dr. Oliver's farm it three miles west of Cald- T. H. Skrabanek returned this week from Cameron, where he waa employed a few weeks in Decemb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

y Caldwell News-Chronicle. mt- VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1898. NO. 35. C'MI 1 '""jji' ~ii - -1 -i - r -mm«i muí From our Gountru Friends. J rut Htwt mom iron. Amtroyod By Fin Lmti Sunday *9** -* Sunday. Lyons, Texan, Jan. 11.—We will have to doff our hat and make our best bow and acknowl- edge that our expectation were fully met by the appearance of the Nkwh-Chkonici.k last week with twelve bright and newsy page*. It was a we expected the largest and bent paper ever published in this section of the country. Last Sunday night about 1 o'clock J. A. Armcndt's beautiful dwelling wan discovered to be on fire, and before assistance could be rendered the fire had gained such headway that it could not be controlled, and the house and several small outhouses were de- ft troved. Mr, Armendt was asleep in the house and barely had time t<> make his es.aj>e after the alarm was given. Mrs. Armendt and children are visiting in San An- tonio. The ori...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

áLsiMÉm # ■ • jíCS' .v'í'"' ¿'fe ■" ^;¡;wp ",^rw mI¿ w- I tnrjr Prldif M Calimlt, Tas**. ME. ECKELS /A ECLIPSE. Post. Hu ¡t come tu it that even the verjr elect of poli tic h, the triple- fkted defender of a wound cur- rency and banking system, the patriot of patriots of the late ad- ministration, Mr. Cleveland's onliest one, save Thurber, the great Mr. Eckels, ex-comptroller of the currency, must be seen in the common light of common and deceitful clay after all? It appears that this gentleman has been helping Mr. William M. Singerly's Chestnut street Phil- adelphia bank and its kindred and dependent enterprises to keep their bankrupt condition dark for the past two years. Mr. Singerly was the proprietor, editor, manager, or big man of the Philadelphia Record, an in- fluential goldbug paper during the last campaign. Although professing to be a democrat, Mr. 8ingerly was a staunch supporter of the McKinley blow at the gold- bug cause. Mr. Eckels was «with Irim. To have allowed a big...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

_ " making money scarcer; over the paper money to the keeping of thoac they represent, and enabling them to control markets and buy prod nee their own prices, adding in elusion: «In my view, the whole report of this commission, when boiled down, means: «We want the law ho changed that every bond, every dollar of silver and paper must be redeemed in gold, and that national banks Hhall alone be empowered to emit paper, and more, to have the re- strictions now on the statute books removed so that the banks will be responsible to no one by law. Some of the shrewdest political observers in Washington, mem- bers of all parties, agree that Gov. Bushnell and the anti-Hanna republicans of the Ohio legis- lature have mude it certain that neither McKinley nor any other Ohio man will head the repub- lican ticket in 1900, and that the state will be in the democratic column for some years to come. Czar Reed's friends are keeping qiiiet, but they regard his chances for the republican nom- ination ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

. , V •(, Ml lí/ laaand (my rridaf aft Onld* rail. Tesas. Entered la thn Caldwell poet uMnn an ace- «bvmtwim mtm. IHsplny ad* on* Insertion twenty wnto per iiieh; two Insertion thlrty-ive ce * pnr Inch; una Booth slaty coala par Inch. into Local moa aeven and one-half ooola per I toe Int Insertion nnd Iv# cents per line «•ell subsequent Inaertlon Obituaries, carda of thankaand notices oí •ntertslnments riven for religions, ednca- tiontl or charitable purposes at balf re#u lor ratee. Leca I notice* of all blade ft .60 per hundred word* Bret Insertion and M iwnw p T bun- dred word* each enbeequent Insertion. Positively no reduction* will be made from above rate*. The Nnws-mnonici.n desires a corres- pondent at evnry poeto# In the county, and In ptehanp wilt furnish the paper. sta- tionery and póstate free. Will be pleased U> correspond with any one on the subject. £ ine Year I Month* ree Montus.... •1 SO I 00 SO Caldwell, Texas, Friday, January 14. OUR PAPER ENLARGED. Tub man who m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

A reporter aeked exGov. H>g* ee there eny truth in the state- it* going the round* of the to the effect that he would eoon move to New York to prac- tice law and become a candidate lor vioe preaident in 1900. In re- ply he «aid: "1 hrve never intended nor do 1 wow intend to mov.o from my na- tive state lor any consideration, personal, ¡ «I i tica I or pecuniary, however great and tempting they may appear. Texas ia good enough for me. 'You may say that I have never i, am not now and do not in- tend to become a candidate for vice-preaident. It is a position well worthy the ambition of our heat men, but it is one that 1 do act desire and would not hold if I had the opportunity to do ao. At the proper time I expect to work lor Bob Taylor of Teuneeaee lor that iiosition. "You may also state that my in tention is to keep out of politic* except to support publiciv and privately tbe nominees of demon racy from tho president all along down the line to and including the justice of tbe peac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

mm Major lie Ib* specisl French earn P. Handy, one of ■iaakmn lo Iba exposition of 1900, died a; Augusta, Ga., oa the 8th inst Kugeae V. Debhs it on a tour through the South in behalf of the Social Detnoctaoy. After ward be will go to Kanaaa for wv era! weeks. He bw an engace nient to occupy tb«> Rev. Thomas Dixon'* pulpit in New York City April 17. He aays that in every State in wbicb an election will be bald tbia year the Social Democra ev will have a ticket in tbe field The colonisation commission of tbe Social Democracy has issued a *• statement to the effect that within sixty days the pioneers of the co- Thl> operative commonwealth will be at Esír.'^tíL^íí2C^jL,tb*-r M" uoawjrmd pni otate wbei r nd with ,.SÜ - HMMHniM 0TATB CAPITAL KIWI Health OSoer Sweariagen ban given out tba following aeoouat of the Stale Health OIBoer*s appro sir*" >*V,. • onrmpond re the first exper to be made. It is de at the location oannot *T' n because there are ;;;;;; nt to be arranged. Ottaw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

• v« ff: fgK'fiH ■iloga of Port ft clessmste of —- II ■,.MWW WM, Aon. to ft Rm- iater reporter epohe ie. follow, ra carding the muí who had probe- My more friends tad fewer enemies than ftuy men in pnblie life in Texaa during the prevent genera- tion. Jndge Cummings said: "The sudden dentil of Oen. Sul Rosa was a abock to ma and hie otlMr college males here In Port Worth—Heury Bdrington, Oliver Kenedy and Jo Panhey. He and I were born the asme year and wore in the same class for three yeara st Wesleysn University, Plorence, Ala. wee. Downs of Wsco was In this olass. The fol- lowing Texaa boys, then residents of Texas, were in the class below: Oacar Downa, dead; Thos. Q Dsvidsoo, dead; Haywood Brsbftn, daad; snd Judge Jo Policy, living at Ploresville, Tessa. Brahsn was for s loog time Identified in atete politics under Goree and suc- cessor in the msnagement of the peneitentiary effeirs. And I for- cot to name Davit K Ourley of Waco In the claaa above ua all Msjor Gurley and the Down...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

y' Limit WOSASt. i Vmi a H*t Mi «mu Ttlllai • « Vm Tw* RaMtn. ana ;• . & ¿ ' 111., Jui. 10.—Two triad to rob Coaduotor Wsr- mm 8ymonton of h Blue Island cable train Isst night, but foiled by a woman poasenger Mia* Sadie Williams. Miaa Williams there UN three other paeaengers—sn- ether woman and two men—and flbe gripman. Neither the male «era nor the gripman eame the conductor, who was a desperate tight with the insiae the car. J net as the were getting the best of ht she concluded to take a Grabbing her long hat pin her hat to her hair a plunge with the pin on robber nearest her. All her was lent to the thrust and man screamed with pain. He his hold on the conductor turned on Miss Williams She him again and he quit the t. Miss Williams went for the aaxt man and she made a thrust fat his eyes. The point of the pin «truck the cheek. "Take her off," cried the robber. He turned to look for bis com Cion who by this time was on platform making ready to jam p. He was asked to oome Lick...

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