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

■W- Md bffun j tniooa oomniiUw of both houses the legislature and asked (bant to raisb a sufficient appropriation to _iol< tb« commission to verify th* iformatnm winch h l been given it od lo snotire such other fact* u mghc t« necessary to make that m jrmetiou effective. i promise* those jiiniuttee# that if these eppropria jons should t>e triven that for «verj follar oi|N<nd«(i two ur litre* would returned to the treasury. An ap- opnauou of only $5000 *u made by the legislature. With this sum uf loney e*|>erte were employed and lift j oka of iha railroad companies were I unified. Aa a result of these eg- jinatioua and the «vult ure previous furnished, ninety fire penalty nuita únst th* railroad companies were Ululad by tha attorney general's iejiartiiieut To those tha sevsral Iroa i companies pleaded guilty, an 1 each care a penalty of $5no vm „ red, aggregating *47,500. All lis baa been collected and paid into • atata treasury in caali, witbo lc nv ber than th« $5000 e{...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 March 1898

\ < m IP ' E £ Ifi ¡¡?.Y; ,v';, i K ** i§#M ■ (for - ®PO ■ t¡fy g,, BRjj©T SÉ .■ KW*Ss i i NEWS-CHRONICLE.. (JNt'LK KAl'S TMKASUKY. m 4 JOINER, ftfrtor* a*</ Propriitort. KUuil ovwry Friday at Caldwell. Ti *bh. hi ATE CAPITAL M£N8. Tbec< n ptroller r<gi*ler*<! 183,- #00(1 Will filler 4ouul> fur ding b or ill*. Th*- cfipsrtnent of stale's re cei| i* f« r tbt u ot lb oí Fel insiy •dm iitith to ti* 5^8 3^ The Club Lm d ami Cottle cm • ¿íiiy oí feo Lcttr, hvvmg « csji il stoc k oí ffiO.OOOhae been gru t cd permission to do but-itess in Texas. The Wagrer Palace Carcrmpa- y fcaspaic tie ccmptioliet |44ü.tí0 tine teiig so t>d \alt.jtm tux for 1£97 < a the rolling dock oí thie corporation in me in Texas. Tbe cepartnent of education it* notilyitg tbe tietimtera of tbe ccuntitt- srd independent districts that 9187,000 of tbe available sebctl f i nd will be paid tbeni on ^mentation of tbeir cou| ons to tbe con ptroller. 'Ibin pigment i SO cent* | er capita on the tcbola...

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

8,380 Fwt off Floor Space, including Up-Stalrs and Basement al SOME HOT PRICES FOR CASH BUYERS! The entire stock of Zeigler'i low cut Kid Shoes, and others from last summer, marked down to a price that will pay any lady to come and see. Little ll< ys' Waists from last season that we will sell at cost, to close out to make room for new ¿(oods. Ladies' and Children*' Vests and Union Suits at cost, balance left must he sold. Ladies' Shirt Waists from last season, broken sizes, that will In* offered at attrac- tive prices. Si::o 15? • Laundered Shirts, slightly soiled, I'RH'Ii, 0«t Fagan' Low Prlc« on Boys' Kn«c Pant Suits, Children ' Hoods, Lad its' Sailor Hots, Ladlos' Tourist Mots, J«ai)s aijd Flaonals, Ladios' Vasts and Ui)ion Suits, R«ady-mad« BlacK SKirts, Boys' Sib Host, Youths' Loi)g ions' Fina Suits, Etc. Parjt Suits, Colored Shirts, nice assortment, at the same prices you pay elsewhere—be glad to show you ours though. Hef< re you go, come am' see Pagan's majín'licí tit a...

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

m m ÜÉ (©SB '• fife m ■ffT.fr .. .. i," yS®#wi|^igif * v,-;i'". , • I v • ?% 1 . .. WrW^m' ' # HRív I. -S ^ ■ i«r M Mrr Tknnhsbb C. Clapun. The dUtiofumbinr virtue of this age is its humanity. Proofs of thia abound in every direction. Even dumb creature receive their full share of help and sym- pathy. Yet a great deal more might be done to ameliorate hu- man suffering through a better organisation of the mean at hand. Thin is emphatically the caae aa regards the nursing of the sick and wounded in time of war, for this is more or less left to chance. We rely on vol- unteers, who may be few or many, tit or unfit, but who, be- cause they are women, are sup- posed to be naturally capable of caring for the sick and wounded. Florence Nightingale, however, whose experience was second to none, writes: •It has been said and written scores of times that every woman makes a good'hurse. I believe, on the contrary* that the very elements of Étefaing are all but unknown. Again she says: «It seems...

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

February 37.— i'« plain talk, in :h against Senator Allen's >t to make the recognition belligerency a rider to an appropiatrion bill, wus re- freshing in these day of tricky ntate manMhip. lie Maid that he had voted for the belligerency resolution that the senate adopted last May—he was its author—and that he wan not ready to vote for adcclaration of war againnt Spain, which he regarded an more proper than attempting to sneak a bellig- crency declaration through b^ attaching it to an appropriation r* SSSSÍ[TWTMK should add .at leant an air of re- spectability to t'bem. Ttíq snouts of laughter convinced Mr. Perkins that he bad enough. Czar Reed has not yet give consent for the houae to pant bill authorizing the enlistment two additional regimenta of i ' lery in the army, which the ate has passed, and withont which it will be impoaaible to properly man a number of heavy batteries which have been estab- lished in connection with out? bill. He added that he had al- j system of sea co...

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

mM? ================ $¥&#jíí - W\rv ( I #>! M - North ...12:I5m " 1:15 p m Southboaad 5:13 a m " 3:27 p m mioan. Northbound 1:15 p m 8outhbo«ad 12:15 p m WWHPIwMBBWi... f., > "-.ss . • i * u ':W?'"'Ira "■ 11 ii m 1 Stories of tl>« Street. —S. & Murray bad the misfor- tune of losing a fine bay mare Saturday. —Notice Reeves Sc Broaddus' new ad on another page and when you want some choice meats try a piece of their fine barbecue. —News seems to be quite a scarce article this week—at least local news—the bad weather hav- ing caused many to keep wttflfa doors. —Cliff Sale is having a new four-room house built this week oft tiie lota recently purchased by him in the southwestern part of the city. —The Woodmen of the World will herid their regular meeting next Monday night, March 7, and * a full attendance of the member- ship is earnestly requested. —The colored teaebers' insti- tute of Burleson county will meet in Caldwell today and tomorrow. A full attendance and an int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

xwpi vi V«' V * ^ Vf MM w Ji Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUH AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMESE AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1898. NO. 44. People! s PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. jiM—1—6 «MM ¿row LOCMLS. Lyons, Texas, March 15.— "War han already been declared by the farmer* of thin vicinity on the larks for pulling un their corn. One boy from each fam- ily haw been detailed to guard each and every field, and the boys have lot* of fun too. but it looks like the birds will take our corn in defiance of all the Hhot guns. But for the bird* our corn in looking nicely and nearly all of the cotton land in ready for the planter. Last Sunday we were treated toa visit by a man from most any old where, can valuing for a newspaper of some kind or an- other. We think he was «truck with the idea that Lyons was not one of those inveterate newspa- per reading places, as he sold verv few, if any. of his papers. Inhere seems to be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

' k : !ppf V If IV fe'v"', m. SiS>W i S&V ¡I* Hip -í ¿ rf ^ SKilil lili üf; . IR ¿■'•ys' Si§ i* : fa# Kfe&mBí 4 MM Mrf * <**«■ Issued Kvory ftldar MornluK. THE AVERAGE MAS. The average enterprising mer- chant who is engaging in some new enterprise takes particular pain to report the fact to his home paper and proudly shows to his friends and acquaintances the complimentary notices given him week after week as the mat- ter progresses. Also when his wife's mother comes to see him, he trots around to the same place or sends a boy and again gets a notice in the paper. When the tax assessor comes around the home newspaper man contributes his full share of the funds for carrying on the county and city government. Again when any local enter- tainment is being given the home paper gives columns if necessary to its success. The home paper is always found, «ready, willing and wait- ing to do what it can for the churches and ministers, the pau- pers, the brass band, the base hall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

m m ? =s Ft IM Ttmu. P. H. Brewer, In Home and Farm. It ¡h not necessary to remind your many reader* that the hard times «till continue,und that there is little hope of improvement if there ¡h not a radical change in the policy pursued by the farm- ers of the south, which has al- ready been the cause of much trouble and embarrassment, and if continued much longer, must inevitably result in general bank- ruptcy and ruin. The most cas- ual observer can plainly see that we cannot live and prosper at this poor, dying rate, and though we have been told from time to time of the folly of our course, and notwithstanding we have had a practical demonstration of the fact, that only a sufficient amount of cotton to supply the demand of consumers can be raised prof- itably, yet the supply has been increased from year to year, un- til the price has fallen far below the cost of production and the result is poverty, debt and hard times all over the land. In AN nwWAr iton Post. | The announcement o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

¡KQ *■ ' HH EPBHHI '"áVV"fe- k'i; i#' h- Imum) Every Cridar Morning. In the Caldwell poatoBco m mm; Miter. «0VWTIIIM MTII. Pi api ay «de one Insertion twenty cents m UM*n; tw«i Insertions tlilrty-Mve crat* m Inch; one month alxty eenta per Ineli. Loral rate* «even and one-half eenta per mm irat Insert.Ion and Ave ceuta per line tnbemiuent Insertion. OMtvarln, curds of tlianks and nollcfi of Sirtalnmenu irlven for rellalona. ednca- •I or cbiirltaUle purposes at half retJU- mte*. J not Ices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred Aral Insertion und HO rente per bun* ssFJ 'oída each subsequent Inserílou. Poaltively no reductlona will be aaade above rutes. Newa-('Hnnittci.i desires a correa- jit at every postofBre In the county, i exchange will furnish the paper, ata- y and postage free. Will be pleuaed to MVrespoud with uny ou«- on the subject. OM Y subscription natisl Year W Months 1W t Montn N Caldwell, Texaa. Friday, March 18. THE TOWN COW l ICTOfi/OlrS. The town cow ban been de- clared sacr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

tw™. 1 'HÍÍt;\a. GOV. CULBERSON. i Address to the Democracy Anent theU. S. Senatorship. Austin, Texas, March 8, 1898.— Po Ihe Democracy of Texas: The ad of Senator Mils, published yes Iy announcing hit withdrawal ,m the senatorial contest would oot irdinarily suggest any comment from bat inasmuch ss ho undertakes to _ 10 roe in opposition to the demoo- icy on one feature of the tariff quea- u a brief notice is uot inappropri. or indelicate. In my announcement no reference aver was mide to the attitude of r Milla ou any public question. [■ his reply, though 1 had stated my ition on the tariff in the very Ian of the state and national plat- i, he attacked it and afterwards eharged that 1 was engaged in an ef | fort to commit the dernocrat.c party >t Texas to the doctrineot protection. In his withdrawal the same course is irsued with amplification and at- impted detail. Passing by his tu - itiva for this aud his attack an the tar- iff plank of the Chicago platform in [his speech in ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

NEWS-CHRONICLE. JOMiñ. Cditort and Proprietor*. u.- l .-v.-ry Friday t Caldwell, Tesas. IM OF TEMS. institution, With faculty and appurtenant*) almost unequalled in tbia country, nut only free, bat backed by an urgent invitation (Km _ ! the great state I Texas for every one FIFTY NINE INSTRUCTORS—FREE of hur youths who will, to come and TUITION. I rece,ve ^ benefit here provided. In It takes 500 }>ounus of powuer to Ire a charge from a 13-inch guu, the largest carried by any of the ships of Vacie Sam's navy. Waco has some patriots who wish ti lend the government $'.¡5,000 for war purposes—and charge no interest j They think $1,000,000 couJ 1 be raised this way in the south. Mrs. Lizzie K. Spaulding. wife of the former bank president Spaulding, j t^,e now under sentence forembtxzlemem. I this institution so well equipped and so thorough in every department of «II n L its worlc wo have the very crown of Enrollment for 1898-99 Will Reach that system of public education which 800 Stu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

J, i MAY BE LET LOOSE ON ANY WAY. MAY 1 Engines of Destruction Mobilizing— Awaiting Developments. Lood9Q, March 14.—The Madrid eervaspondent of the Homing Pott any*. "I am able to aaaert on the best au- thority that United Sute Minister Woodford originally intimated that the United State hoped and expected that Spain would re eetabliah peaoe in Cnba before March 1 of thie year. Kocently, in response to Spanish rep reeentations, the United States extend- ed th" time to Msy 1. Both govern- ments refuse to dsecribe this int'ma tion as an ultimatum to Spain. ••It has been given,'' continues the correspondent, entirely irrespective of the Maine aiiair or of any other complications which msy arito in the intime. There was no suggestion longer aad is asking oar moral support to bring it to an end. doubt, earned; In Chine, no it is wo who are chiefly ©on- but the United States have genuine interest iu this, and they are tdentieal with at. "Hero the moral support tcz* be given her for the mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

wr Z : 1 W r, ; mmsmm—m THE COUNTRY kOITOR. TEXAS NEWS NOTES. 3, W:\ i Rffif • iÉí' H Against the Loud Bill by Champ Clark. following m taken from the St. Louie Republic's Washington cot leapondent; While the Load bill, cutting the poetal privileges of the country paper VM under debate iu the house, Con- an Champ Clark made a char- le speech uj>oii the country editor, bis potency iu the nation and the need for strengthening his hands wherever possible. Mr. Clark admit- ted that he is not himself dej>endent entirely on "the country editor" for reaching his constituents because of the extensive circulation of the St. Louis Republic in every portiou of his d;s Said Mr. Ciark: "The Hepublics daily edition cir- largely, and its semi wetfkly edition probably has 15,000 curcuia- tioa in my district, so that if 1 wer« hard prestad and it waa a matter of life and death with me, probably through personal friendship the eJi- tonot the St. Louis Republic would republish a speech of mine o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

I niMiaiittiiiiiifwuum PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Mrs. L. J. Colli Ah is reported quite sick this week. Chauncey Shepard was in town Thursday shaking hands with friends. Austin Nelms, of Concho coun* tv was in the city several days last week. Mr . J. R. IIcslcp who has been visiting Navasota, returned home this week. O. T. Kilpatrick, of St. Louis, came in last Sunday morning for a ten days' visit. Hugh Hill informs us he will leave in a few days for a brief visit to (¿idding's. Frank Fitzgerald left for Lyons Tuesday to do a job of painting in that city. M. H. McMillen, of Houston, gave the N kwM^iihomci.k a pleas- ant call last Wednesday. (leo. L. Smith, of Merle, at- tended the K. of P. banquet at Brenham Wednesday night. Sam Hale, of Paint Rock, was in the city last week a few days, returning Sunday to his home. T. K. Gilley, after an absence of a week or sn in St. Louis, re- turned home on Tuesday morn* ing. Miss Mamie Harnett, of Lvons, The promoters o! the camp hunt met again Wednesday...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

Ma ma rá % f'-,' y March 14.—Few congress are willing to ▼e the rumors connecting Kinleys name with the me to buy Cuba from Spain, e of his advisors may be in the scheme, but McKinley ought to know the people of this coun- try well enough to know that they would bury every man out of t« politically speaking, who to support tne necessary legislation to make this country |piarantee the payment of Span- lah bonds. If this scheme is *er- ioualy p ushed, it will soon be dis covered that the universal sen- timent of our people is, millions for the preservation of our na- tional honor, but not one cent for Spanish bond-holders. It appears the friends of Ha- waiian annexation are afraid to trv to secure annexation by a joint resolution, owing to threats of the opposition to keep con- gress in session all summer, if they da At a secret meeting of the senate committee on foreign relations it was decided to make another attempt to ratify the treaty. If that fails, as it is ex- pected to do, th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

1 llUiUilppi Valley Democrat. In a letter pttblitthed this week Hon. Roger <j. Milk, of Texas, announces his retirement from the race for the senate against Governor Culberson. In that connection we arc authorised to make public the following: Executive Oflice, Austin, State of Texan. Editor Democrat aiul Journal: I beg to nay that I stand .squarely on the Chicago platform which repre- M>titn tlu- frf and unlimited coinage of both gold and «liver at the legal ratio oí MXtccii to one without wait- ing for the conoent of any other gov* crium-nt. Very Respectfully, C. A. Ct'l.HKKSON. This letter fully account for the retirement of Mr. Mills. We esteem him persohallv, t>ut it was i necessary to retire him. Ileal-J lowed Cleveland and Carlisle to, influence him away from his■ party to such an extent that he; could not stand squarely on the platform. His failure to do so beat him, as it will beat every other democrat who attempts to evade the great issue of the day. Justice to th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 March 1898

m •i :X&:' H':í; É iü f; ¡| Éffc 11111 >rl«s of tb« Str««t. :. ' WSW- —Thursday was «St. Patrick' day in the morning. E. G. Banks ia making aome extensive improvements on his home. The residence of John Philp, in the west side of town has been completed. —Cliff Sale is now occupying his new house, moving in last Wednesday. —Sam Jackson is now occupy ing the house recently vacated by B. R. Copeland. —There has been prayermeet- ing at the Baptist church every night this week with fair attend- ance. —The Grange association will bold their regular quarterly meeting on the first Saturday in April. —The Seventh Day Adventist meeting at the old Christian church continued during this week. —Tom Broaddus has moved from Mr. Robert's home to the Lamkin house formerly occupied by him. —Messrs. A G. Jenkins and lady, J. S. Snook and lady, and Jesse W. Jenkins and lady took an outing at Gee Springs Wednesday. —James Dean who is now twisting the brakes on the Santa Fe between Temple and Sea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 March 1898

' I '' -M - f ' ,(, . ' ■ ' ' '"> ■' Caldwell News-Chronicíe. OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE PASMES AMU WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. rob. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1898. NO. 45. PROM OUR RURAL STflfT) MAPPEBIBOS ÍT SOMERVILLE IfW// Lottor From Our Bogular Corroo- poaéoti at Thmt Entorprmog Uttto City. Somerville, March 2.V This peek han been one of prevailing- juietness in our city, no exciting ustle, nor even much «twitch- ing of earn and puffing of engines. *he only life to he Meen is around Ithe tie works, where there are men working steadily trying get the work in such shape will allow them to begin run- |ng the last of the week. They r* pec ted to have started up last [ondav but could not get ready do so. M rs. Martin is visiting her tughter, Mrs. Curry, of Bren- lam this week. W. J. Whitmore, mother, sis- ter and little Fav, enjoyed si few [days in Galveston last week. Miss Kate Zimmerman return- ;d to her home in Schulenberg M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 March 1898

$rVVl: P9R' ?íhx'i:• we mm. CALDWELL NEWS-CMOMCLE.. 1 ' 1 " «Mr « JOUUH. tditf tuté Iwivd Every Friday Morning. OPES THE MISTS. Mississippi Valley Democrat. As the first step toward assert injf the traditional policies of the United States in recognizing the rights of weaker people strug- gling for freedom, we must open our mints to free coinage. The treasury is bankrupt. We have an increasing deficit un- der the Dingley bill. The al- leged cash surplus in the treas- ury is a mere book-keeping sham. The supreme necessity of our National life is the opening of the mints. In no other way can we escape a raid by the Roths- childs. Ickelheimers and Mor- gans on our treasury. They are preparing for it now, and in a few weeks they may begin it as the step to another bond deal of enormous productions. The mints must be opened. The presses in the treasury must be kept ready to print as many non-interest bearing, Na- tional defense, legal-tender dol- lars as will be needed to supple- ment th...

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