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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

Rjevifcj jp ■ ■" r - • i im m mm* im* a* The Burleson County Teach- era' Institute win be in hchaíod at the court houKe Friday and Sat urday, December 14 and 15. There will be no school on Fri- day* *o au to allow all teachers to attend. The weather ¡h threatening but a large attendance ia ex- pected. The following- is the program for the meeting: KKIDAY MOMNIKÜ. Welcome address, by R. J. Al- exander. Response, A. V. Dairymple and other . Percentage, Mi Lucy Car- roll. Munic. I'HI DA V A KN ICHNOON. Grammar Verbs, Miss Ida Hclbig. Recitation, Prof. C. Jame . Geometry, Prof. J. C. Watt . * How to Create an Interest in History, Miss Kate Ihinn. Sh ial Friday evening, from H to 11 o'clock. K very body invited. Prizes will be given to wallflow- ers and chatterboxes. SA'I t'KDA V MOHMNG. «Corporal Punishment, Prof. C. C. Porter. «My First Week's Kxperience in the Schoolroom, Warren I!¡11- iard. «Sime oí the Pleasures of Teaching, Miss May Hope. satt'nua v a ft kn noon. «The Organization ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 January 1898

trsonal and Local. Lucy Carroll is still sen- ilL J. M. Carroll of Helton, mm In town last Sunday. V. K. Herbst went to Bren- I on business yesterday. Bryson Murray returned Brenham last Monday. K. J. Fountain, of Bryan, was in the city this week on business. Mrs. Dr. Hill, of Second Creek atfcbborhood, is sick this week. Geo. Hartsfield, who has been nick aince last Friday is recover- Iinf. K. M. Perdue had a sick baby thia week, but it is now recover- ing. C. S. Adams, of Lyon, was via- itiq| the county capital this lli Wi M:- 1! Éarl Elliott, of the Providence coaununity, left Wednesday for Bryan. Conaiderable sickness is re- ported in the Cookes Point neigh- borhood. Or. T. O. Gorman has been on the sick list for several days with It grippe. Harry Delamater, of Galveston, spent Sunday in Caldwell visiting1 relatives. Sirs. Stamps, who has been visiting near Ballinger, returned last Saturday. Charley Porter is reported to be able to sit up and we hope he will be out soon. Glen He...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 January 1898

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 189a NO. 36. VOL. XVIII. PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. ii HUMOUR MUS CORRESPONDENT. «to Weddings Thit Wtook A Delightful Enter- tainment Death of Ida Wagner. Lyons, Texan, Jan. 17.—There arc no wedding to report from our little burg this week. It «teems that our people are contení at least the most of them, to sit idly by and sec the good work going on in other places. As we have no news of that kind to re- port, we are afforded an opportu- nity to give a few business and aocial dots. Last Thursday evening, al- though the weather was very in- clement, witnessed one of the most enjoyable events of the •unison; a masquerade social at the Henslee hotel. The pleas- ure afforded bv the event will long bo remembered by all who were fortunate enough to attend. The masquerade was from 8 to 10 o'clock and there were many characters represented, some of which were: Indian clowns, Lee Henslee and Sam Minor; Ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 January 1898

NEWS-CHRONICLE.. KI I ; I |i! 1 ■ i' i fe*,- mm a jomu , t*m* A PLEA FOR LESS COTTON. Home and Farm. The English manufacturer •re getting our cotton for almost nothing. Your family need potatoes, milk and butter, garden vegetables and orchard fruits, •uch as peaches, apples, apricots, pears, and blackberries. Joshua «aid to the children of Israel, «Choose ye this day whom ye will serve. I say to you, will you raise nothing but cotton or will you raise such things as jour family needs? Will you work for the millionaire cotton factors of America and England or will you work for your family? Dear reader, will you not this moment resolve that you will raise these things mentioned above for your family? Cheap cotton for England or milk and potatoes for your family, which will it be this year? Cut this out and paste it on the wall and read it for a reminder every week for aix months. The Caijjwkll Nkws-Chkon- Ki.k issued 12 pages last week and says the paper will be kept that size in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 January 1898

í CammaM Ttllt cf NMteMMinm. 'Wuhinitoni D, CM Jan. 17— How can a president who in an honcat and conacientioua bimetal* Hat keep a secretary of the treaaury in hw cabinet who in ho ureddcd to the gold Mtandard a* to endorae the statement that bimetallism—a double standard —ia an impossibility? That watt the question asked in the minds •off many when Secretary Gage, aitting beside the chairman of the house committee on banking and currency, endorsed that statement made by ex-Senator Edmonds, president of the so- -called monetary conference, and believed to be the paid attorney of the gold ring, who appeared before that committee in behalf •of the gold standard bill pre- pared by the commission. The question would probably not have been asked had not Senator Chandler just previously stated that he had McKinley'h own word for it that he wan in favor bimetallism, and to clinch his statement added: «Mr. McKin- ley is as good a bimetallint as I . If that is true. Senator >andler can ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 January 1898

W- Mii#- Si i®' Ifil ft' Sis stf--:' Itfei ' . CALDWELL HCWS-CNtOMCLE.. < J$um, HiHrt mi fnfntln- ■alvNd In lb« Caldwell postuftc M «as- nina matter. AOVBRTISINfll RATI*. Display wU one lp #*Men «-mil* per uich: iw< la vrtUMi« Uilriy-I e eents par Inch; one moult « «y cants per Inch. Loral rate* seven And one-half cenia l>er ie Ural Insertion nuil Uve conU per line eti subsequent hiserlWw. Obituaries, mini of I hunks and nol leen of entertainment trlven for religions.udueu- Monal or «'linrltulile pun* !^* a* naif r«-uli- tar rates. Lecal not ¡ees of all kind* II «> per hundred whims flr*t lnH4*riion hmiI W cwnN per liiiii- 4rod woids ctti'h sulsn*iuent liiM'rllon. Positively no reductions will be made from above rates. The Naws-Ciiuosici.a desires a corres- anuden! at every postoStee In the county, and In excltantfc will furnish the imper. sts- Itnnery ami postage free. \\ III lie pleased to correspond with any one on the subject. SUBSCRIPTION BATIS: One Year Ma Months.....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 January 1898

T ' ' "—1 «Tyro from Cooke* Point •ay , «The white covcrcd wagon •re «till traveling the roada, which in unuHutd for Ihi* time of the year. That ih the condition here. Six families have moved in and out of the neighborhood. The wan a hcuvy front Satur- day night but it did no daimage to gardens. The farmer m v that they are going to diversify their crops; plant potatoes, cucumbers, beets, cabbage, tomatoes, water-melons, munk melon* , onions :md every gj' den vegetable they ca¡n ra inc. They arc also jjoing to plant pale bes of oais, mUlel, wheat, rye, and sorghum. They say thev are going to pk nt a big crop oí corn; and but very liUle of the dreaded four-cent coUou, nine more cows and have lots of milk and buiter, also hoo«. They will also raise chickens, geese, turkeys poultry a >ul things in gen- eral. If all ihin is done, the words quoted, «The year 18' H has ended and it has found all of the farmers out of debí and not owing anyone, will be whispered in every mouth in the co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 January 1898

ir ut u utut. lirtíi W «• «■/. be to JMM Muunf üfe'í Pr n n calculation below in on a of one nan with a wife and children, one pair of horse , milch cow, a sow and pigs, cock and a dozen hena, one and three hen turkeys, location anywhere in the half of Grayson county y planting: Ten aerea and at maturity cut and ,, baling the atraw from the tor if possible. This be- you are in a position to advantage of the market by at prevailing prices or without loss by waste, or may feed and market the Nest I would have you plant acre with Early Triumph Iriah potatoes. This crop, re- quiring very little time for cul- tivation, comes on the market at a time when cash ia most needed, for which the cities to the of ua make an in- creasing demand. This crop ahould be harvested at maturity. Only the perfect potatoes should be offered for sale. The rough, •mail or cut potatoes ahould be cared for for home use, either on the table or cooked for pigs and tarkeya, and last, but by no meana least, planted...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 January 1898

An Incident Showing That App«oranc«t Do Dacoivo. tOiOOOOOOOOOOWOOOili* S1TTINO In i New York hotel one November eveniug. carelessly run- mug over the headlines of u newspnper, 1 hod n«y eyes ami tvauriei nig thoughts arrested by an art lelo tUat stirred some pU-naanl memories. Stepping to the labio near ut hand I was clipping the Mt of new when a bund souk?, athletic young fellow ujiproacbcd from tbeop- pósito aide, knife and paper Id hand. A nwimeut later each noticed that the other wui preserving the suute inforinn- tlon. Our eyea met, hia brown and laughing, mine blue and aggreaalve. "lleg portion," he began with a antiila that lighted up hia dark face and fth o wed hia strong white teet.h to utl- vantage, "odd coincidence, ian't it?" M1 don't know," with aome eonatralnt. -Up to a abort time ago my experience was ao entirely along one pleasant lino that my thoughta never went outside of it. Of late aurprises hare come ao rapidly that they ceaae to surprise. Do you knew* her?** "I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 January 1898

m ©i-/ mí' m'i Klí RJIfcj ;.-\ B? jfc if ¡■fe iiaRp Personal and Local. mmtmmmmmmmtmmm W. T. Whittaker, of Tunia, ww in the city Thursday Rev. F. W. Ernat Hartmann, of Birch, Texas, was in town this week. Dr. W. E. Howard left Thurs- day for several days' visit in Gal- veston. Dr. Bedford, of Wootan Wells, is in the city prospecting for a location. J. F. Cobb and H. M. Wimberly went out shooting quail last Wednesday. Rev. A. B. Ingram and family returned Thursday to their home in Corsicana. Bob Newsome, of Wm. Koppe's farm, was shaking hands with his friends this week. W. P, Grow, of Kennedy, but formerly of Caldwell, was in town this week visiting. The attendance last Sunday at the Methodist Sunday School was the largest in twelve months. A. B. Carr, Jr., of Bryan, has been in town several days this week attending to business. Morris, the tailor, has a new ad in this issue. Read it, you who want well-fitting clothes. Miss Biddie Jenkins was ser- iously ill several days this week, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVUI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY , 189a FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j NOTES mOM HOOKER*tut. §md IHeather Breaking up A nem Settlur Mb*/ Other Inttreetmg Nmm. Hookervitle, Texan, Jun. 25. There han but little transpired in thin vicitity during the past veek, perhaps the most encour- aging was the reappearing of «old Sol last Saturday morning and he allowed himself to be seen none too soon, for it seems the weather student of each house- hold, has had a crick in his neck, presumably from making such extensive ineterological observa- tion^ And all the rest of the YELLOW PRAIRIE LOCALS, htm Intereeting to Ato /. Picked up by Our Rev. Causey, of Milano, preach- ed here Sunday at 11 o'clock; he was accompanied by his wife. On account of the threatening weath- er he called in the appointment fur night service. Miss Annie Sewell has gone to Callahan county. She will make that her future home. Miss Sallic Hill is visiting rela- tiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

sr mm K s Mmt, «Mm «Faith, hope and charity, these three, but the greatest of thene is charity. Bmkad cant upon the water* return* when leant exacted, for it comes back in God' own time. Divkmufication of crops an set forth in a aeries of articles now being published in the Galveston- Dallas News would seem to solve the problem for cotton-growing states as to how to avoid hard timea. A hunting office devil offers the following: «Once Mary had s little lamb—that day has passed sway; no lamb could follow up tile pace our Mary sets to-day; for now she ripes the silent steed sad does not act by halves; no lamb is witnessed in the race, but in its stead two calves. It is a happy combination to have a good farm and a good man together. A good manager is imitated in his methods for miles stound. He sets the example— what crops to seed; how to cu' Tate; what machinery to buy; -whén, and how to market ^ an(j ¡n many ways is unconsci' aU8jy help- ful to these around to¡in#—Rural World. tation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

V Ml UPfTáL ot Mi Party tmf %. Vuhinirton, D. C., Jan. 24.— 'Tim democrats in the house be- , lleve that Cuba deaervesrecog- rnition at the handa of thia gov- ernment; the republicana, what* •ever they believe, voted last week to a man to help Spain, by .a continuation of the do-nothing policy. And in addition, Mr. Dingley, the republican floor leader, admitted that the Cuban question was a partisan question. Surely the democratic party could not ask for more good cam- paign material ti be given them in a single week by their oppo nents. If the democrats get the votes of all who believe that it íh the right and duty of thia coun- try to end the war in Cuba by aiding the Cubana to gain their independence, at the congreaa- ional election*, they will get about three-fourths of the entire vote of the country. Mr. Ding- ley may dare to make oppoaition to doing anything to help Cuba the platform upon which he will appeal for voten in hia own dia- trict, to be returned to congresa, but the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

■Sr I if well — mvmtmim ratm. ■da one Insertion twenty eont* t tvu Insertion* tlilrty-ivu emit* ; une month nlxtjr ctnU per luck. Ilñeiím IiimtUoh mid Mi wah ■•beequent Insertion. Loral ratee nrvrn and one-half cent* per mm Aral tnaer^Mi and Hve eeute per Hue arle , citril* of tliunkx ntiU notice of atntnent trlven for relUrlon . educa- or charttuhle purpose ut half rr*u- Uwnl notices of all kind* 11.00 per hundred wntelrat IiimtiUhi and flu cvuta por liuu- •red wordi each *iitti c<|uent Uifcevtliut. Mlinljr no reduction* will be made above rate . Xcwin-t iikomci.k desire* it eorrea- nt at every uontofflee In the county. In exehuiiK<* will furnt li the paper, ala- rry and po tugf- free. Will tu pleuMud to •orreapond with any one on the *unj<wt. ££ Tatw • UBSC MICTION ft ATM: Tear Month* Monlna •JE I 00 ao Caldwell, Texas. Friday, January 28. A CITY OR NO CITYT In our local columns this morn- ing will be found a notice of the circulating of a petition to the couuty judge for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

MV OSMIOS RMIULAT1MS lalihiUM Uahlétw*. 8tste Super!ntenrient Carlisle hii issued the folio*ing «ule* and regulation* for takioic the scho lsstlc cenaua under (he h* «nac ed by the Tweut>-fi'th lei/i^laitire: . • pwer*| l,ikl,«,Tiwl Foertb—Too abould bin Mch cenaua trustee fila with you there- turna of psrents (torm Y) bound together to alphabetic orjler. with rolls and summaries for each dis- trict. You abould have thea«*es*or of taxe* file with you the psrents* To County Superintendent*, j N turua(form Y) of scholestic oen County Judge*, Census Trustees * «• "f «web juatioejirecioct sopa- and A *e* ors in Community CounMetd The pnrpuse of the cenaua law enacted by the Twentv filth legislature in to secure a lull, aocttrnte and bone#t scholastic can e < for the state. Many dlffi .-mi I tie- will arise In the proper enfrjve n>eut of this law, but these d!ffi?ul ties should not in any manner itand in the way of itn pm|ter en- fotc« nu nt Ali school officers rately, the form ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

ñ y " ra if? ¡'[■■■i': TU Üfl"ll m RCMMNRONICUL A jüicfi mu:*- mmj aL„,?|á, ,i, w wnvsiii •■fipri wfw rn^ntip ©very Friday al Caldwell, Texa*. ; .v, • Steve Qrwr, charge! witN kill- lag John Homer, hi Waxahachie, haa been found guilt and sentenced In the penitentiary for the terui of tweaty-five years. A lady at Greenville, Texas, re- cently fell from a bicycle and bit aff an inch of ber tongue. A local paper says tbat it is no trouble now fot Greenville wives to induce their husbands to buy wheels for them, ■■d local dealers are preparing for a rich harveet.—San Angelo Standard. The Orange Leader givea a re port of the lumber business of that town during 1897, from which the following summary is taken. Amount of lumber ship- ped by rail, 90,318,982 feet, for aign export, 27,864,189; shipped eoastwife, 4,419.267 feet; total, 122,086,328 feet. BxGov, Morrill, of Kansas, «see said that hie ambition was to create in Kansaa the largcat or ehard in the world and leave it aa a monument to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

mm? % — mm mmmm 1 I I i it Oroeahaot to >, 7100 talca. againat 6400 laat wWtm a The Federal building at Dallas la to be equipped >with en up date ▲ Salvation Army row al Tes arkaae reaulted in the mortal ■tab- Mag of Jeter. The federal grand jury at Dai- la* baa adjourned after a two seaeion. Baptict cbureb of Tyler baa called Kev. J. U. Gambrell of Georgia to iti pastorate. TbeArmour people have selected a aite ler tbe erection of a cold plant at Houston. Alabama wbitecapa, wbo mur dated «Federal court witnesses, convicted of murder. Col. K. M. Wynn baa made baa Jaraieral announcement aa a can- didate for gubernatorial bonora. All tbe union labor organiaa liona in Cleburne have united and formed "Tbe Cleburne Tradea Aa* aambly." There have been 6900 balea of eatton marketed at McGregor this tcsson and £8*7 balea con* ttrated there. a^ for Mrs 'a oim hea; maai valued to let him have them aad thraateaad to kill him, whaa ha abot him. At Sea Antonio Ada Beaks, a black negreaa. h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

nURlM BILL Ír'> i&ty the celebration of the of General Robert B I9lh i nit, appears the >wing interesting article by Huncock in tbe Dalian regarding hie military ca- ick in the fifties: Fort Phantom Hill is a dismal ml solitary net of ruins, situated in northwest Texas on the Clear Fork of tbe Brasos. Within a few hours' drive north from A bi« lene a beautiful and prosperous town may be seen on a lonely hill, several tall, specter.like chimneys, eUnding amid tumble down rock walls, and a single stone building. All around these ruins are innum arable little heaps of earth, where m§ multitudinous prairie dog has burrowed his queer hole for a hab tattoo. The scene around the place has baao undisturbed so foog that tbere now remains about the ruins no terror for this curious little an- imal, and in quiet communion he aliares impartially|bis house with the poisonous rattlesnake, the un- eomely owl and tbe timid little cotton-tail. From the slight emi- nence upon which tbe )>...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

,j> 0 t * I ■ ft COUNTY COURT. Tribunal Will Cantina fart Monday — Criminal Dockot Firot. County court meets Monday next and will first take up thv criminal docket. We understand there in to be quite a heavy docket and Home sensational develoj - ments are looked fur in the trial of Home of tlic casen. A reporter visited Walter lirown in jail yesterday but could elicit nothing from him further than a claim that he wuk entirely innocent and said he knew noth- ing about anybody else stealing Ihe things charged to him. It was rumored on the streets that other had been implicated by him, but if ho no one could be found who would acknowledge having ever heard it. Hat Uutd ft cr.d Known. Cau wki.i„ TffXAS. Jan. 22, 1H*«. Mi, >HS. SiU.l. illTC HC«M k. cm.uw ki.i„ Tkx as. <i r.vyj.kmkn: This U la c r:if* that I have iiscvl ! Dr. Hall'-. Wmt J> % iov<-ry for Kid- oey and llladdrr trouble mid I do tint hr til4It- |o add uiv I ;- .iuiony .1 to it ' nicrtls, I regard it ;>■<...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

ll - Safó* latead Jowml. I iiw ta ib «rlicle in the Jour- ami on the subject of divcraifiet crop , taken from Farm and ■Ranch, that the writer leaves out at leaat two of the most impor- tant factors in the struggle by the southern farmer to find those products which will reward him best for the labor expended. The two crops to which I wish to call attention a' . sorghum and peanuts. I look upon sorghum as one of the greatest boons given to man by an overruling Providence, especially in this country of sunshine, with such ▼ant and unlimited possibilities. Growing and maturing best in a warm climate and being largely an atmospheric plant, it does not exhaust the land as most other crops do, and is said to be the only crop upon which alone man can subsist when deprived of all other edibles. We can grind the seed and by properly cooking it we can have nice cakes hard to distinguish from those made of buckwheat, and when dipped in the boiled juice of the cane would tickle the palate of a...

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