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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

Of tSslsnaaflS low. la tii* pstterta* l *u by tu* Rrsslds «low. ar In ftíjnt Mbou tha iones again ih« friends I uud lo know. •round Iht iivm ths atorm-wlnd kotli. I aro. m of yore, at school, hoar with trembling tho master's fn As he rowla. Clares from tols three-lcgfod stool ill In fancy, forsooth, when the south wind •Ifha. As the evening shadows crow, tiwir oniu> more a fair maiden's replies In the twilight long ago. lad the merry brook, as It softly purio Its song In the summer air, ¡•Us up from the past the hoys and girls Al play In ths meadows fair. I list to these low. sweet voices of rors, i'ha Joy awakes In my heart! their music delights ar-c] charms me far mors Than the beat musician's art. —A • Brendle, In Oped Housekeeping. fltte. we girt H apt aad what waa worn, of eoureo.fbe poor fontlomurliad to maleo It up. It wm tough, I eas tell you. tor at tho boot o# timoo tkoj only about Id with—' who ki •Tas, dr. I think THE COBBbED'S By Lasrrencc Bert IOM DEVINE, I be cobbl...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 January 1898

pp. 1 Si •4 (• «1 ?9 7km lUk íío^tiihouníi •••••«•••••«••••• i*ii ^ 11:41 p ■oathbound <KK a m " 3:25 p tn FMKIGHT8. Morthbound 11:45 a Southbound 11:451 u mmmmm Personal and Local. Jud Womble, Jr., was at Dime Box last Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Fagan is quite seri- ously ill this week. Alex Ewing of Myers, was in town this week shaking hands with his friends. A gentleman by the name of Kennedy was in the city visiting friends last Sunday. R. J. Alexander and wife went to Brcnham last night to see Hoyt's c Trip to Chinatown. Miss Zelda Heslep returned last Friday from Corsicana, where she has been visiting her sister, for several weeks. J. W. Harvey, until recently manager of the Grange store, has accepted a position in the bank- ing house of Wm. Reeves A Co. A few friends were entertained at the home of J. F. Cobb last Monday night in honor of the de- parture for home of Miss McMur- trie. Quite a crowd of young people gathered at the hospitable home of D, Levi last Saturday evening and...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 189ft M«C<« WaMMKtW FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j ■— mi«H««H —IÍM<|MII MWMMiHUMt iiinm m I/m m W« Lotoot. NQOiERVlLLE COVBlfB. ot fkot Two Birth . Hookervillc, Texa , February 1.—Another week bat* paa cd and the Ni:\vs-Ciikosici.k arrive •again on time aa uaual, and brim full of good clean new* and profit* able di cu ions. We congratu- late you Messrs. Kditors on your achievement, and confer our in* ability to kcc how you can put up •mo good and very newsy a sheet in ho Htnall a city and at less than three cents a copy. It seems that -every citizen of Burleson county •could stand that asan investment in information. The fair spell of weather has put many a man in the furrow and fresh turned land is seen on every side. Some gardening has been done and talk of early cum planting is freely indulged in. Our late epidemic f colds has panned and the children kept at home <m account of it arc back...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

m i" üft mí" fe m TUB YELLOW FEVER GERM. * tHfMSI In the Caldwell matter. ImuihI Every Friday Morning. Tkxas seems to be in hard linen jnst at present. No sooner doe Mr, Knowles shut up shop at Bryan than it is rumored that Waco is to have a populist paper. Waco seems determined to get a «rep of some kind. McLknnak county now has a Klondike story, as gold is claimed to have been discovered on the South Bosque river. Llano has increased her gold claims mater- ially lately so that the outlook aeems promising for the yellow metal. JosK.ru D. Savers has an army of supporters and friends throughout our broad state, and the general bpinion is that he will «win in a walk. He is a genuine 16-to-l Hogg-Bryan dem- ocrat and his superior will be hard indeed to find. Thtc Texas Baptist Standard was removed last week from Waco to Dallas where it will be published in the future. The Standard and the Baptist and Herald arc now upon the same ground and it is supposed they will keep things lively. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

+' mi ot parent, the same dmj. A very strange funeral occurr- ed at Go wan City, Penn., recently when what remained of Win. F. Parka waa entombed, with three •of hia limba and part of a shoulder that had been exhumed from a grave to which he devoted aa ¿much attention an though it con- tained the aahcH of a loved one. Parlca, who ha reached the age of 70 years, managed to move about on a wheel chair which he .operated with one hand. One arm and both legs had been amputated. When Parks buried bin three limbs and part •of hi* shoulder he provided a cas- ket large enough to contain his body and the other arm, and long ago laid by a suit of clothing in which to be interred vhen the liv- ing half of him should die. Pur- suant to his directions, the coffin was brought to the surface and his body put into the box. The story of Park's life is a pathetic one. He was born in a •suburb of Detroit, Mich., and at the age of 20 married Bessie Woodruff, who lived but a year to brighten his home. S...

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

■ '■ '■ " te Um OiMnll SÍÍ: laaued Every Friday Horning. MV IS MTII. MU dm luMorí Ion twenty cent SSLm s two tawvthwi* ihlrty-flve ceuU : ua« nioaUi itnjr ituW per Inch. ntei ind nne-l alf eenU per •ral tnaerilun i*d Uve cent per line MilMriiuent Innerllon. carda of thaiilca and notice* of imeiitM irtvfii for rt'llglon , edaca- «nmcniii inven nir rrn«iuii , -" «- or charitable purpoav al uall reitu- ftaora ssSS I notice* of alt kind $1.00 per hundred ■r t Inacrtlon and SO runt* per liun- wordk each ub*e«|uetit Insertion. Munljr no reduction* «III be made mm above ratea. Xbwb-Chhoiiici.e dealrea a corroa- it at every poatofllce In the county. I In exchange will furnlah the paper. *ta- rand po«taire free. Will lie oleti*od to i>nd with any one on the auliject. ST ! Three SUBSCRIPTION NATIS: Toor Mouth I Montas .... •I no l oo AO Caldwell, Tczaa, Friday, February 4. DELAY YOVR PLANTING. Those farmers who have about decided to go ahead with their planting in despair of ever being abl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

m ■ ' r'V 8 i I I I ■ % mm ««B kw ■■ 'SBRrttrSi mm M*. nllMM TIMW. •Tin following it the list of the eddreas delivered by Judge Em an Mom John B. Hood eamp, Cuafederate Veterans, and Wil Han B. Travis chapter, D uighters ef Iba Confederacy, oa the 000 •ion of the commemoration of the aaniversary of the birth of Gon- eral Koliert E. Lee, at Austin: Daughters of the Conferieraoy, Ladies and Gout lemon: We have Biet together today to commemor ate the anniversary of the birth of General Kolurt K. Lee, and to pay tribute to hut virtues and his worth. The orator of the day will por tray his general character. I will only detain the audience to men- tion a few incidents which came ender my |>eraonal observation, or were otherwise known to me. As an evidenoe of hi character to these featlomen thai 1 would ride dowa to where Gen- eral Lee was. They stated that they could aot go with me, but requheted me to suggest to Geo eral Lee the question as to whether he could not cover himself by so...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

■rot* KW 'v v*-h * : ' ' ' *■■''? WS fc* ■ w* , ■ "-i;\ ■ ' m ■ IJ%$* S ¡if <•'••' :; A":% i ' ' ' ÜÉP ■ ira:. ¿f 1 •— Ffel m Mt- f"6J 7. A JiMM * ■ VVIÜIVi ifrlwl M rr^prffWn. 1 (TWf Friday at Caldwell. T«im- Mrs. Emma H. Crocker, wife ef Qvorge Crocker, the California millionaire, will build a tive story eleae front dwelling in Mew York to coet $100.000. Work on the new college build h| of the Southwestern Univerai If at Georgetown will commence 1>oa The distinguished orator, BiahopC. B. Galloway, will be in > and lecture in its interest. •very < atealm & Louie P. Boardman, one of the ■Moneys for the late Theodore Durrant, baa been in Meridian in- veatigating the confession of Blaatt er*Forbee, that be had com Bitted the murder for whicu Dur anal was executed. Meantime Durrant baa not returned. la view of the fact that the Letter ayndicate baa cornered the •«tira stoek of American wheat and is holding it at a fancy figure, aow would seem to be a good time lo impree...

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

I m L.C. Appoint lira. Theodocia Curry, uad 90 JIMN, diad vacantly it Bouham. Col. Joba H. Traylor has enter- od tha contact for Major of Dallaa. Tba Pinoh, Lamar Co., posto Ace is discontinued; nail to Blossom. Tba State Grand Lodge of Odd Fallows will maat at Fort Worth OB tba 7tb. Rod Kiver is said to be getting on a rampage and threatening to lood tba plantation*. ladga Calvin at Galveston baa overruled tba motion for a new trial in the Gallaber ease. D. ftcGrew was given tan years in tba penitentiary for tba murder of Krnoftt W anget man n about a year ago at Yoakum. The bants Fe improvements st Cleburne sre going rapidly on, and tbe rock work on the 84 stall found bouse is completed. Judge Winter of Waeo ruled tba! be released s prisoner by tbe "inherent power of tbe oourt" and refused to order bim rearrested. Bidet C McPberton, for I9 yesrs pastor of the Cbriatian church at Waaabachie, baa resigned and goes to Fort Worth to succeed Bider Homer T. Wilson. Tbe mschinists of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

" . ;F:'J : ■ '■ .Ka 9 :f'\ r-\ ;A 1 ,V.S;1 if". Vf-.íit'H*' " 'g^t! ';i '. ' 1 s BnP c|Kij ,.'W. War bloodthirsty villian it tbe King of Benin, in He Bied lo slaughter his daily lor amusement, but massacred a party of un British negotiators his reign !■ KSfif ¡... jrifef Mi p! ti;'' fe «¿a''• K1' pJSij Wjf'V i wm K' palace was partly built of i bones, and surrounded with numbers of tbem. The aent an expedition to Benin annexed the oountry and the is king bus been responsible more needless bloocsbed and eruelty than any other sav- living. Benin, his capital city, irvee well the title bestowed on H of 4"The City of Blood." Hap- this ghoul is no longer at He is in the hands of the British officials on the Gold Coast. Doubtless be will be transited and made an allowance by the British government. The proper allowance for him is a long roj>e aad abort shift. Tbe British take a great deal of ctedit to themselves for putting an end to the brutal reign of tbe Kiog el Benin. Probably tbe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

4.,.' COUNTY COURT. Mll Unusually Largt Amount •( Transacted in a Short Tim§ This W—k, Our county court has thin week transacted quite a large amount of business. No very important canon came up, but quite a nice little hatch of ¡faming cases were attended to. Following* is the record of the transactions of the court: 22(>'t. State of Texas vs. Wal- ter Murphy, keeping a hanking game; plead guilty, fined $35 and ten days in jail. Verdict ren- dered December lf>. 2270. State of Texas vs. l)«vk Hester, aggravated assault; plead guilty to simple assault, fined $5; verdict rendered De- cember 21. 2275. State of Texas vs. Hen- ry Toliver, aggravated assault; plead guilty and tined $25; ver- dict rendered January 5. 2277. State < f Texan vs. Hen- 2111 State of Texas vs. Jba Walenta* aggravated aaaanlt; dis- missed by county attorney. 2116. State of Texan vs. Mitchell Jones, an escape; con- tinued. 2173 and 2184. State of Texaa vs. T. J. Wilson, aggravated as- sault, two cases; co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

mm w% Ifmi NASIINTtNi Wahiofton, Jan. 31.—The fold ■tewUrd crowd hi on the run. The stampede began before the adoption of the Teller resolution by the aenate, but the knowledge (hat that resolution would be adopted, am well as the advice of the republican senator** and rep- resentative!) from the middle west, convinced McKinley that the gold standard buaineaa would not go down, and that his party'* eoly hope was to make a play to keep the bimetallmt from de- aerting the republican party in a body. The game was started when Mr. Preston, director of United State mint, who had himnelf particularly obnox- ious to the silver men by his ob- trusive advocacy of the gold ntandard, both under the Cleve- land and present administration, and whose work in that direction was referred to by Senator Wol- •ott in his recent speech, was bounced and the position given to n republican bimetallist from But the highest trump played; Secretary Gage the high priest of thegoldocracy, was made to publicly ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

m ■ & Iff \ié Kingiton-oo-Thomea is a town fnil •f wonderful curiowtie . Its latest acquisition is a tombstone In search of aomo ono to oommemorate. The monument is ready and willing to reoord tho virtues of anyone who will oblige it by becoming its sub- terranean tenant. At tho last meet- ing of tho local burial board the sub- ject of this |>eripatetic tombstone was gravely discussed by the members. It irs that tho sepulchral embel- lish men t was originally placed over the lust resting place of a married woman by her sister, and a second wife of the saine husband was subse- quently placed l v her side. There- upon the sisUr of the first spouse re- moved the monument to a part of the ccmetery where sho had purchased a tomb, but which, happily, is still un- tenanted,nn<l declined to allow it to he swstoird to ¡i¿ proper place. The oc- cupant of that spot aro consequently deprived of tho rightful rocord of their virtues, while the tombstone use- lessly marks a grave which c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 February 1898

* 6 i Jfe Effei ifS ' 1:11 p « 11:41 pa ■•nth bound 546 a m 3:25 p a VBKlGMTg. 11:48 am 11.48 a mi I Personal and Local. Ed Reeves, Jr., luw a aick baby tbia week. J. N. Revere, of Waco, waa in the city tbia week. George Healep'a baby girl ha been quite aick tbia week. Frank Balear, of Sebea ta, was b town tbia week on business. A little child of Frank Boren, of Rita, died laat Sunday night Dr. M. G. Pierce, of Hooker- ville waa in the city Wedneaday. V. E. Herbat viaited Brenham hat Saturday and again Wednes- day. Epb Jordan, who livea near Merle, waa in the city Wednes- day- Ed Farquahar, of Wellborn, in town tbia week on busi- R. S. Newaome, of Koppe'a farm, waa in theoonnty aeat tbia week. Geo. L. Smith, of Merle, was in town Tuesday and Wednesday on business. Mrs. Dam ron, of Temple is visiting her father, T. D. Sullivan this week. Little Maudie Jamea waa aick this week, but ia reported out again now. W. B. Porter, of Hi*, was in the city thia week attending the county court At...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 February 1898

TWELVE PME&. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM 18 THE UKBATBBT BENEFIT TO TUB FARMER AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURMCIKIN COUNTY. r0L. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1898. NO. 39. v w wlw<firwtii • «rtvWr* wV« ''Q*vCi^|R FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. J me kiluho it trout. iculara at tha Athur. 4 Fira at Birth. Otkar Haw ay Hotai. Lyon*. Texan, February 8 A lifficulty occured here hint Sat- irday evening about 5 o'clock •tween Will Courtney and Jake lartin in which the latter watt ibot and inMtantly killed. According to the evidence fi ven at the inquest it seems that there had been very little trouble ttween them except a few words ►ver a game of dice. There was some misunder- 60 acres ready for the planter. Last Saturday was pay-day among railway employes in Som- erville and with the exception of one tight, the result of which was about four black eyes, everything passed off quiet and peaceably. The health of our little city is good. B. ICHMiOO t WEEKLY tUDO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 February 1898

m. BMl fe®> NCWS-CHROmE. «Mr « JOMM. UMtn mi fnftitmt. Jísr tn thu Caldwell pnihiAon u Mo- MU«r. (Mut'd Every Prldny llimrtnii. Thk German government lust Wednesday, without mmy notifi- cation, deliberately debarred all importation of American fruits. SoMK.of the Waco papers are exceedingly hardupfor.a subject to base a sensation on. Yellow journalism is growing- unpopular everywhere now. Kockk o. Mjujs has had his little say and now we know form- ally what we knew all the time - thai he thinks he is in the race for senator. Poor Roger. Tftn-' free silver snake as pict- ured by a Judge cartoonist, which was reported to be killed by the republican party at the last elec- tion. turns out to be the liveliest «dead thing we have ever heard of. Iir i i reported that McKinley's prosperity deficit is about one hundred thousand dollars a dav. Tifien is a good showing for the iblican party, but it is to Ik* d they won't ebust the country before we can get the democratic party in power aga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 February 1898

lW*; § 1 SB B i PKOPt M. ft MUCK. fetw farm and Ranch. About 2,000,000 bunheln of «tweet potatoes ate grown in Texan each year. The demand i a not half supplied. Thin means ' lean than three peckn for each individual, not to nav anything about «hipping the crop to other ata tes and feeding to various kinda of stock. Texan han a ccinch on the sweet potato. Thin crop in a «Klondike, at home. It is one of the very few cropn which can be kept the year round, if some pains arc taken to keep off dincases. It in one of the few vegetables which furninhen itn own sugar and syrup when placed before you on the table. A farmer wrote me that during the summer when nearly every green thing was parched by a burning drouth he went out and . cut some tops off the vineless sweet potato for salad and they proved to be excellent. There was a discovery. Since the vine- lens variety will stand drouth about as well as cotton, the farm- er car. commence on it in this - way early and feed on it the year aro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 February 1898

^psi CALDWELL * ■V: ' m « \ k rr « j$mn, latareil In the Caldwell •iHiliw iiktUir. Ihuv*I Fwrjf KrkJav Horn Inn. ftovmmiM M1 cd; possibly the widows and «t^Háns he bad made were be- gfooing to suffer less, when irtmn ran abort of a defenceleaa ttbhject upon which he could with dufety vent his foul and nauseat- •Wiff bile and diabolical humor. |At once, without hesitation, like a'hyena, too cowardly to kill, ke —5 Tfcvrc'' things that yon and less of those 1st any price. T*w«¡yétér or ice cream parter Is theijitice^herc the most effect- ive «eotflNfag is usually done. I toe Local rate* neven ne flmi iiiMtrtlon ui -I ana tve uwrto ertlon ■ubimn|uent Inaertl Obltuarle . cards of alertaliimenta given lur aal or eharltMble partos* it per kü l'uu11^ riP" "p™,hc f;av«" par Inch; one month «mjr tfW*ta pBr'Inoh. ''these devoted husbands and wtdiw- t mpf Leva I notice* of all Mnftfffrfll MrH*n*md von Irat lnM>rtlon and W'CetiU per Nuu- dred word eucli aubae^norit UituHkm. Positively no red...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 February 1898

w- ft i I® s >31 IS IBlllBimM ■■■■■■■<> PEOPLE YOU KNOW. i Ben Delamater went to Milano [last Sunday. Geo. L. Smith, of Merle, wan in town WedneHday. James BroadduM went to Milanu and Rockdale last Sunday. Juiljfo Hanks went to Brenham Wednesday. ( , Colberg went to Brenham yesterday morning. Harry Hudson went to Austin on business this week. T. R. Batte, of Bryan, was in town this week attending court. Guy Cohn, of Brenham, was in the city Sunday visiting friends. MissSallie VVarlick, of Hearne, is visiting relatives in the Post Oaks. l>r. I4'. M. Low, of Bryan, was in the city attending court this week. O. T. Kilpatrick left last Sun- day ior a business trip to New York. James Sale, of Calvert, is visit- ing his brother, Cliff, and other relatives. mi* iir mmmu comtt*. to frienda. T. J. Porter and J. W. Cham- bers, of Lyons, were in the cap- ital Thursday. Mrs. J. R. Hartgraves has been quite ill this week, but is reported convalescent now. Charley Porter, formerly of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 February 1898

<- , '-.lis bel .. g ■ A NAMKLKSS SAINT. nest of hit but in the utrjr. to, to MM* t IUn In lit MTMtl And eenctlfled by all ah* lulrnd for: Pure (Uuskiar of Um wrtk, uri worldly, eriee. Aad huaaaa la her lata of paar hiuaaat- Yet with euehtelth la other thlaee tobo | |*hat earth •'« took tbo Heevea ' bar ijrN Till si < Amé eonraa taTe&uae to«eb «m. tse I «sslntsis the tdvsntttp, the purring '— * 1 calmas matt baaontinoad.: No oro- phuit, no. Mq*i(i£ for efeet, had place here. Br aome erent kindiicts of ProTidence hi# words had kccome iu a part of tho tranquil ntmotphorc of the room, and* hod lulled her when ill the fkill of the hospital corns nnt! nil the overpowering force or the •lrsgt had failed. In hit heart he ju- bilated but he<md on and on and on. You may not think that it ia auf fering to sit in one stiff, stark attitude for lengths of time, with the flame of « ms jet dancing frota' a bright page Into your eves, but if you were to try the experiment you would be ...

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