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

«w* ■* "' ■• ■*• " upon the prenideht to Our Rt|tiltr CurrnpimdMtt IP®"®®' But the offering Of 1Kb WaMhington, Feb. 7, !*WL—A3- 11 «Mrttatiw , and its adoption by fbe «emite, woúld not change the «fcHna afinrttete. 80 long aa the refrfUHcamt in the houae atifle their opinion* and vote at* Car Hee€ dictates it i «melena for the wewOc tv Uo unvthing about Cuba. In fbe cotmte of one of the NtrnngcMt «peches yet made apmKt fbi> annexation of Hawaii, Senator While, rtf California, the new chairman iff the Democratic ConfreMikimll Campaign Com- mittee, tm/k occtmion to aay, that he did mil "believe a wotd of the itbmrt «Che Mugar trust be- ing opponcd tv annexation, and to call uttentVm «to the fact that some senator* Who have gener- ally been credited with sustain- ing friendly relations with the Reed could have been jammed |HUK'ar trust werc strongly in though it waa known a that the advocate of the aiqgle gold standard were defeated, it was not supposed that they were prepared to ma...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 February 1898

w- ¡fe iff i:;.. 8&v:- E0 . ¥ Ithbound PM MIGHTS. 12:15 a at 1:15 p tn 5:13 a m 3:27 p m northbound 2:15 p m ■oatHbound 1:00 p m i Storltt of tl>* Str««t. —A. P. Wallin has been im- proving lately in the way of fence building. —John Philp is going- to build a, neat cottage across the railroad ■ear the gin. —A. G. Jenkins had a whole •tring of new fence put in lately facing Main street —T. H. Brewer is paling his place in West Caldwell and other- wise improving it —The gin here has this year ginned over 2,100 bales of cotton. Itn capacity is about 5,000 bales in a season. —The bridge company finished *p the bridge on Irving crossing, and is now at work on the bridge •ver Birch creek. —On account of the severe rain •torm Wednesday night there wma no school taught in the city schools Thursday. —High water caused the star mail routes to be delayed Thurs- daj. The riders started but were obliged to return. —The restaurant neat door to the postoffice changed hands again this week, ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

-M " M Iv; UK IB «ffi ol m ' ií*í ;ÍPPP V^i *¡"1' im GUW you jcvrn. •# ' 4¿p >N COUNTY, AND WORKING' PEOPLE OK BURLESON COUNTY. :AS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1898. NO. 41. We hope will do like- who has > it to Jackson, of marks «pon the tioa point of the Main tltie of the Golf, Smite Fe. Yet it ia one of moot important placee in Bm non county, situated on a poet oak ridge between Bracos and tfce Yegua rii The lend in e hard, aandy and grown en abundance of timber. Well water in obta in any quantity at from 40 to feet, and no liner free-*! water is found in the state. city i beautifully situated contain about Ave* hundri inhabitants. The principal and nearly whale support of the place is a plant lilt for the purpoae 11 I tie , a tile i-e Eisimerman is vi ir operator, hei Norton Brafltbfr, known to many of is making her y, our watchful dep> in the city n few day ago looking out for the in- terests of our good citizens. IkK. movementa a* v xpcmiiofi will d< deprive ut bn of crc...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

ir ¿-r víjfe • 6®$ H $$ • # $ww%Rk: MJfil e^i|mqhttééí|íf Issued Every PrMar Tkxas ¡h 4894 square miles larger than all the New Kngland states. New York, Pennsylvania Colorado, and Delaware. Btto. Jon cs of the Conroe Cour- ier is informed that the editors have used radishes, lettuce and on ion h from their garden and have Knglish-peas blooming. Furthermore, this is our first ex- perience in Burleson county? Where does Conroe come-in now? Am eccentric statistician calcu- lates that a woman's tongue trav- els 5,600,000 yards before she is 70. The wife of a man devoted to such sums probably has to travel out to the woodpile to keep up the fii es, and it is unfair to omit tyijfc from the computation. —St. Globe-Democrat. /jt '' '1 rn of the times seem to indica i that another war ia at hand an If ' the administration give#1 people a chance, they will aapl demonstrate the fact that tli# icitbens of the United States Jnláy are just aa ready Mid wimig to fight for their country ¿ in the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

: J. • 'V., iWk-WM . * páp|:ir# "" f# U| 18V8. In the busy rush of this world* life, wc paute too seldom to cast a reverent look upon the glorie of the peHt; too seldom to bestow a lingering loving glance upon the live of those who have departed beyond the strife, the pleasures, the pain of this, our little •phere. I love day of memory and 4mnociation, such an these to re- turn and return again when we hallow the names of those who «re loved and gone. Yet in the recent memory of the dear ones who have left us, it la with pangs of sorrow, but nomehow tender, softened sor- row that wc have the favorite name recalled, the smile brought to mind, the winning and gentle manner praised. It is sad for ua as friends and schoolmates to tell that in the past year, two loved ones and honored members of the Alumnae association of our school have passed so early from our sight; so hard for us, so glo rious for them! But, while longing for comfort hi the solitude of our hearts a voice from Heaven ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

m' ■pi ||P: I'M: T In the Caldwell ■urtM . (KASTttUSR? S3 par lack; on« nuath slaty iwto par laek. CmbI rate* ItMlrrt Inw mm miumnju «aven and onr-lialf rento par inwrtkM and «ve eeata per llae Lion. notlrea of •daca lwM|u«nt laaerO lea. card* of thank* ai meaU aSWii (or reli al or ckarl table parpuaoe and not teal s£s limlen at all klndiMM aer kaadred _ rut IniH-rtloti and M renta per knn- •orde each sahaequent InterUuit. iljr no reduction* akove rata . «Ill be made Nave-Oaaoaici.n desires a it at every po tofll<*f In the county, exchange will furnish the paper. s«a- and pontage free. Will Iw plt'tuted to ond with any one on the saoject. •UMCKIPTION It ATM I Xmr oaths Montas ti M 1 m well. Texaa. Friday, February 25. Twt state campaign acema to warming up considerably, rever, Joseph D. Stayers ia in the lead and will be there wfcen the «home plate* ia reached. ■* ' - 1 ■. Wb thought last week that oar lbt of reader* was growing pretty rapidly, but thia week makes ««kill better a...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

|,ÍI4V "«W '''V' - .<?■ •'-• ! ' ;•.■V - ' ti ' , ■ >i". 1 I ■ Wtrk tf Ibi Hiato bMittvc , OVMMIIIM. IMII 9Ít>< Dallaa, Peb. U2—There were •mnl hundred lending Demo- cratic politicians boro lo wntoh the rk of the «Uto committee. Pursuant to the call of Chaira an J. W. Blake tbe state exeoutive committee net in Dallas today, lor tbe purpose of setting s date for the primaries, establishing a lest ot tbe democracy oI the par- ticipants In Ibe primaries snd nam- ing tbe time snd place for tbe ststc convention. Tbe committee was all present weept two. ▲Iter making a short formal talk, Chairman Blake read and submitted tbe following, by way of suggestions. Be it resolved by the 8tate Dem- ocratic Executive Committee ot Texas: 1. Tbst tbe chairman of the Ststs Democratic Executive Committee is hereby in-tructed to call s State Democratic Convention to be held ÍB the city of ——— on Tuesdsy, Augu t a, >81*8, for the pur|>o*e of nominating candidatos for state ettcer . a. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

p V - |i¡! .. ¿■to CUMCLL NCWS-CINNMICLL. (TW| Friday t Caldwell. Tna. War i seid to depend un wheth ar tbe sdministrstion «auto to psy lar il in bonds or greenbacks. The Spanish press sdvocates Iba itfuation al a Latin Americsn anion scslnst tbc United States. English papers say thai Frances' napport ol Spain bss deterred the United Pistes from interfering in Cnbe, snd further that Spain, had Ac not ae cured France's support, aotld have been admitted to the •tai bond. Anant the report of wolves and Masicau lions hoeeriag aroond the dtj at Dallas, Col. Huf mnn of thst sity gives this varsion: "It isa ounous fact that whenever hard ttmeeetrikes country, and reales gata to ha a drug on the mar- wild anímala, especially i, begin la show up in piscas wheia they are never seen in pros fnvoas timen. 1 learn from his tsry that in times of fsmine and psstilcuce in Burope snd other itriea wolvee have saddenly in the anbnrba oi stricken hundreds of milss irom where wolves are known to ffour- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

W ¿■'•'fit •* . 4 ■ ' ■' fr . 1 'it J " :.(,!■ * V PS '' 0TAT8 CAPITALIMWW. of fnd | band bald school fund. The lovtrior baa offered a ia> ward of 9800 (or Iba arraat and •aavktioD ot iba uaknowu mur- derers of Frad W. Pox, murdarad in Houston on lha jib. Tba attorney general baa ap •roTwl and tba comptroller regis- tarad $98,000 refur ding corrtboaae and jail and $10,( 00 new jail bonda ef K1 Faao county. Tba ataia baard of aducatioa mat and pur abaaad Iba above bonda for tba school fond. Railroads paid tba comptroller las on pessenger eerninge for Iba matter ending Daoambar 31 aa tallo a- Gulf, Colorado and Santa Is—tarings $184 690 68, lax |M56 91. 8t. Louis and South- western of Tex*#—Earnings $76, 5*4 84, tax $766.84. Tyler South western—Earnings $7821.61. Tba Western Uuion Telegraph . ipt roller >6.72 tax on neuigta bandied by tbat con 1 «oy during tbc quar- ter ended December 81. Tba nun bar ol lull-rate m« Mages sent with- in tbe state of Ttxas during tba garter amount...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

7mm m t* i. vss uní iiuith Iiviu, Feb. 22.—'Tbe flout of toquiry in the Mains hat begun its work. Nothing of • startling m tun ha* baan developed. Lieut Commander Wsin wright kaa baan in immediate charge of tka wrack ainaa tba explosion. Four diñara nra at work, two la the fore part of the ahip and the others la tba atarn. Tba task ia most laboriosa and tba man are naturally oareful, aa they hura to work la oomplete darknaaa anl asverai kavt bad bad falls. HJlec Irk lights from tba Mangrove are now available and much good ia aaaalad from tbem. La Lueba claims tbat tba court ia not oonetituted aa it ba by any other of tbe great but ia tbia particular tbe iá evidently laboring ua Jar ation. Two hundred and fifty-eight ia Iba death or mtasiag rota, includ- ing two officers. Up to Sunday 1(0 bodies bad bean recovered ami buried in Havana. The Maine waa built in New York in i890, at a cost of aearl $1,000,OIK), She bad a steel h and a complement ot 874 2 'MMii Washington, Feb. 21 —Tbe Vf...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

m Space, including Up-Stairs and Baaamant at—— PAGAN'S All - I i 2 «Mb • OnuMl Clothing, Dry Goods, K Groceries, Etc* SOME HOT PRICES FOR CASH BUYERS t The entire stock of Zeigler's low cut Kid Shoe , and others from last summer, marked down to a price that will pay any lady to come and see. Little Bcya' Waist* from last season that we will sell at cost, to close out to make room for new goods. Ladies' and Children*' Vests and Union Suits at cost, balance left must he sold. Ladies' Shirt Waists from last season, broken sizes, that will be offered at attrac- tive prices. Size 15 l/t Laundered Shirts, slightly soiled, at HALF PRICE. Oat Fagan's Low Pries* on Boys' Knot Pant Suits, Chlldrsns' Hoods, Ladles' Sailor Hats, Ladlss' Tourist Hats, Jooqs ai>d Flaonols. Ladlss' Vssts and Uoton Suits, Ready-made Black Skirts, Boys' Rib Hoss, Youths' Loi)9 Pai)t Suits, Msns' Fins Suits, Etc. ■—¡■■■■■■■■■■■Hi Colored Shirts, nice assortment, at the same prices you pay elsewhere—be glad to show...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

8 Wari = w- L' fb I: PV If < Wft IPI m •■■i m Mm. •V TBTOMteK C. CLAFUN. A good old Anglo-Saxon word, •trnagely abused and mis-ap- plied, ia the word «worth, mean- log value. For if anyone now-a- daya should ask concerning an- other, what is he worth? or what ia hia worth? the answer would invariably be given by naming a certain amount of mosey or that equivalent in ma- terial wealth which he might chance to possess. Thus a con- temptuous estimate ia expressed by aaying of one that he is not worth a groat, while the worldly everywhere are ready to fall down and worship a man who is reputed to be rich. With them, the more he haa, the greater is hia worth, la himself, he may be mean, igMMtfit, vicious, and of despicaMojjfbarac ter, but fold gilds all tlmcpitf no matter how The tendency to give a ficti- tious value to the individual on account of hia possession is not one <>f the highest traits of human nature, although it is well nigh universal. We are bound to rec- ognize in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

TauihiiiftOB, February 31.— abort of abadiato proof it the ainking of the battleabip e, in Havana harbor, and the Ing of more than two h«n- and fifty of it* crew, a catan- te that will cauae a ahudder horror to paaa over every terican every time Havana rbor ia mentioned for many rear* to come, was caused by an rcidrntal explosion on board of le Maine, will save Spain from le licking it has been inviting for sometime at the hands of the United States. In view of the IregortH that have reached this country from time to time of boasts made bv Spaniards in 'Havana, since the Maine went (there, that at the first intimation I of war between Spain and the ¡United States, they were pre- pared to blow the Maine to atoms with torpedoes, and of the treach- | ery of the late Spainish minister towards his great and good friend McKinley, it is not surprising that the suspicion that the de- struction of the Maine was the result of Spanish treachery Mbould be expressed by more I than half the men o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 February 1898

W §Éf|§ feg' fe; 't S V'- f R$N lijP. c;;- ¡É - amfi H Southbound fe tibe feto. • •••••••••«•••a* |12'15 A HI 1:15 p m >•••••• >••••••••••••« 5:13 a m 3:27 p m Benthbound >••••••••••••< 2:15 pa lift) p m I mmmmmr Stories of t\y Street. mm —J, H. Alexander is doinpf some improving on his houac this —Lee county hi to hnve an elec lion to determine where to erect the new $40,000 court bonae. —The next regular meeting1 of the Woodmen of the World will be on Monday night, March 7, —Died: Tuesday* February 22, nt the familv residence on Ola Bin* creek* Jesse Alcorn, the four-year old son of Elliott Al- corn. —Quite a crowd of the bojrs took in the mtsauerade ball at the .Bohemian hall last Saturday —The bridge company have ftniahed three of their bridges and have gone to work on the re- maining one in the bottom. —A crowd known as «We went fishing on Davidson creek Wednesday evening. Will Car- roll was master of ceremonies. —/Tuesday was a legal holiday, being Washington's bir...

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

5'MK " W \ if Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. our aim i the greatest henekit to tue farmers and worx1nu people of burleson county. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH +T 1898. PROM OUR SURAL STAFF, j (•Ml SitiCaCttCiQttiettMtC-MM SOMER VILLE mm. i ftf/ Namsy Latter From Our Able Corres pondent at That Piece. Miss Bcttie Wade in in the city from Wortham Texas. Miss Kllie Hulmán, of Winona, Mississippi, is visiting in our 'citv. Somerville, Texas, March 2. - Sam Henderson, of Bryan wat The people here arc not inuch¡n the city Tuesday, taking in alarmed about the Spanish war. i the sights. 80 far as the citizens of Somer-I Tom Watson, wife and baby ville are concerned they care but visited (lav Hill Sunday. little how it goew, for it is seldom ! jKK. yon nee any oí them wearing a _ «McKinley badge, not even the 1 republicans. We live in a manu-j facturing city. What's the mat- 4 ter with Caldwell? Why don't you club together and build aj cotton factory. It is so ei.sil...

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

mi m. II Bnqr Mdtr Norata*. HOME INDUSTRY PLATFORM. the time approaches for our county election, the voten* of the county should begin to look into the claims of the differ ent candidates and make a dec is ion as to whom they will support. While very few have yet an- nounced what local measures they will favor, it is time to con- aider what is to be desired from oar county officers. Among various other things which should be demanded of the successful candidate is that he should give every possible sup port to Burleson county, and should use his influence to the end that every dollar possible of the county's money shall be •pent in the county, and not sent •way. Let all the labor given out by the county be given to the labor- ing men of the county. Let all the merchandise bought by the the county be bought from Bur- leson county's merchants. Let the county printing be done in tile county. Let all the building •ad improving possible be done by the contractors of the county. In fact l...

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

A NATTER OF EDUCATION. nwrocmr mm? umrr. Hunt. A« Onondaga county gentleman a baft time ago |iva publicity to liU ¡ diacavcry that the farmers had Men a llfht on the subject of good roads, and that they had come over to the cause | -of road improvements with a rush. They didn't, however. At a committee hearing on the Higgle*Arm troug bill in Albany Thursday, it was showu beyond a doubt that if there has been •uy great light on this question the farmers didn't see it or mistook it for a piece of fireworks. Those who were preeent—and there was a lot of them — opposed it warmly, some of them beg- ging earnestly to be saved from the burden the passage of the bill* would iuipoae on them. And this, in spite of the fact that the only road improve- ment there is in the bill has a string to it. Binghamton (N. Y.) Leader. One of the numt remarkable things wc meet in everyday life in the fact that apparently intel- ligent people are conatantly found atanding directly in their own light, to use...

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

WÍ ■ ir , 'Yff * sssss KtCá a iamm -*-•■* « v vwiivshi ipw* w laaued Every KrMtr Murnlnir. la the Caldwell pnotolicc m aeo- A VailTI«IM« HATM. Display m(Im «mu Insertion twenty coat* V«r inch; two Insertion* tlilrty-flve eral #ar tach ¡ one mouth sixty o«ot* por Inch. Local ratasa hv«ii ind one-half cent* per Um (rat Insertion and Ivo cento per lino •uh subaequent Insurtlou. Obltusrle . card* of t lian I and notice* of eatertuinnn n! trlven for religion*. etluea- (.tonal or ebarituble purposes ut half « KU- lar i«toe. jotlces of all kind* (1.U0 per hundred is llr*t Insertion and 50 rent* por l uu- worda each aubsequont Insertion. Positively no reduotloua will be made from above rate*. N«ws-Oiihokici.b destres a oorres- nt at every poaiolHrc In the county, n exchange will furnish the paper, ats- y ami postage (n o. Will be plraard to ipond with any one on the aubject. .JT, sal DON NATIS: One Year ... Hlx Month Three Mm,ni-, |1 :<0 1 « ¡v) misunderstanding and •till more sorry for ...

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

SI out MOA DM. .' A v" rT*?" "Jr ■ wjfi'siN •fik*TiiM Rali. The Tun rail road coutmUeiou'a Miib annual report bae beeu handed ie It# Coventor «ml will shortly ap )mt in pamphlet form. it eoutoiua a great dual of statistical Matter relative to the commission'k work duriug the past year, giving the auuierous tariifs promulgate a* well aa a hiatory af the utauy hearings had bestdea showing that tuora than 2ouo tonara, must u( which required cou- sidarable investigation, were written ia answer to question* auomittad. W nit reference lu railroad cou-1 etructiou uuuer tiie provisions of the •lock and bond law of 1803, the ra port suiot thai apphcatioua. have t«uu vade by twauty four railroad to issue •lock and bond* «¡no* iu enactuieut, Iba project*; mintage- covered hy such applications aioouuiiuK tu ins aggre- gate to 713.27 mile , the value of which whan constructed wdl approxt boats |1S,637. " 5. Ho fur 302 oí the; projected miles of uew roed hava been built and eome $4,000,uoo expsud...

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

EOPENINGGUN Crüü HikM the Kirat Speech of the Cuapiiin. PIT* THOimiMO OKnncKAtti JMKBI' HIM AT TKMPL.M l%lm« Pliibta it ill Kin III 'kli| a^kllMB Have Km K«inil«4j m liagli Proalio. ^ Re(«lMlil At Temple last 8atnrilny Hon. II. M. Crane delivered the open* tag speech of the campaign to *•0 or 6(>00 enthusiastic Demo- crats of Bell and eurronndin&r nties. Introduced by Citv At rney Curtí ., Mr. Crane said: fellow Citisens:—When I announc- MM the uaa—ity dicated. Ui course ban ia- _ or they will likewise depreeinte. court the ll the government undertakes to re- junction United Stntea aenata for the chairman of their national organisation. Prom* ising prosperity to the languiahing in* dustries of the country, they have brought ititl greater depression and unrest. Promising the laborer in- creased wages, they have red need them. Their promise tliat the price# of agricultural products would be in- ^ w creased has bwn fulfilled by a red tic- i pnrmArr money ©Tibe country ia in- ®r,...

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