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

Wathi*g*w Cwmtp tomsrm/ t*hr— Mm to Wfff ** ff$H hr C—fff FP$m Hm 4tilth Cm- gr^mmol OMrtct Ait AuMtin special of March 8, I n> the Houston Pont Kay*: The county democratic executive k ommittee of Washington county, which met in regular session yesterday issued the following add re* to the voter of the ninth district in support of the I candidacy of Hon. Heber Stone. Hon. Heber Stone of our coun- ty, having consented to allow his name to go before the democratic convention for the nomination as representative from the ninth congressional district, we, the democratic executive committee of Washington county, desire to make the following statement in regard to his candidacy: Mr. Stone is a simon pure dem- ocrat of the Jeffersonian type, and has been and still is a staunch friend of the people and a sturdy supporter of their rights, lie has been identified with every enterprise for the upbuilding of our city, county and state. Mr. Stone was elected to the state senate at the last el...

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

tk f i' p B2 I ¡ü m laaued Ew* rrMiT Momias la the Caldwell pnctoBoe m mo- A vanTiaiN« mti Display adi one Insertion twenty rent* par Inch; two Insertions thirty-ire coate tar Inch! one month sixty cente per laeh. bacal ratee n llaa fret laser am eabeequen uent Insertion. OMtaarlee. carde of thanks tnlnmente plven for rel I or cherltnble purpoeee and one-half ceato per Hon and Ave oeate per llae * aeren and aotleeeof i at half rega- Laaal «ft tl notice of all kinds fl.W per hand red •ret laeertlon and M eeate per baa words each snbeequent Insertion. Positively no redaction* will be Made ~ above ratos. lo Nawa-Caao*ici.B desires a corree- •t at every nostoMoo In the county. In exchange will furnish the paper, ata- Uanery and postage free. Will be please " correspond with any one on the subject. SUBSCRIPTION NAT SB l Year H Months I iontns AO One Yaa SSiS Caldwell, Texaa, Friday, March 25. our streets. There seems to be no interest whatever taken by any of our cit- izens in the coming...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 March 1898

Turnpike Kentucky. raider* era Hill At work to Relief committee in Cube bei 205,- 000 o&iiiee on it# list. Federe! end state authority* to Ken- tucky ere working together to stamp out •nallpox. British troope ere being concen- trated in the Tranivaal end trouble it feared. Ex|«rt cracksmen took $H0«0 in gold from the Franklin (111.) benk and escaped. Gen. Ceaius U Clay says that he will takS a third wife if he sheceeds in divorcing Dore. Twelve tons of euppliea Jfor the re concentradoe of Cuba left Cincinnati tbe other day The most severe enow storm of the season is eeid to heve prevailed id Montena Sunday evening. A rush to the Big Salmon and Little Salmon rivers, in Alaska, is reportad by Northern ad vices. News comes from Calcutta that fighting on the northwest frontier bat eeavd and the rel«Uioo .1 couiidered over. The new warship Ama/onas baa bson nato 1 the Now < irleant, and the Abrouali has been rsehristenel the Albany. Lord Sabthu/y ta said t<> bo fai'ing in he...

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

! : m ¡Wr S:M m HK m iíá-'. M. Cditor* ané leased every Friday at Caldwel I. Trame. OSNERAL NOTES. IN REGARD TO SCHOOL An old Roman tub well has discovered-at Silchester. It is is * comparatively perfect state of preeer- <wtion, though nearly 2000 years baee •lapsed since it was made. *U is said that eleven years a£o John T. Brown utarlod an Aurora The Governor ksues His School Taxi Book Proclamation. The governor has issued the foHow- I ing school text book proclamation: ' To the people ofTeias: Whereas, the twenty-fifth legislature at its regular session, which convened in the city of January. BOOKS. I grammar, 50, cents retail, J5 oenU a ¿change. U. S. History by Cooper, Kstill k Lemmoa. 80 cents retail, 40 ceeta ex- change. P- V. Pennybac ker and Wife, Pal ettino, Texat! History of Texas n v:sed edition, o5 oants retail, 35 cents exchange. /.flier. Ware \ Webb, Dallas. Tax : Zauer. • Ware k Webb's copybooks, 24 pages, both slaut an i vertical sys- tem, 5 ceuts retail. Whereaa...

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

r-' ' MI HHHHBHBR f .:•>> , a - •• ', .; \ * • j" .A k ; i A:y"-V• 2 ,no Km ii am. PEN NOR TONGUE CAN DISCRIBE THE AWFUL CONDITION. Harrowing Tale Which Should Make the Civilized World Stand Aghast. Senator Proctor of Vermont, who hM just lecently returned from an extended tour of Cuba, has made !• ••« «• of the royal palm and fully .. ... ¡guarded. lowardand near Cienfuo* bold in these four «eater* provinces juat what the army liveeon. Every man, woman and child and every domestic animal where their oolutune have reached in under guard and within their so-called fortification. To describe oue place ia to describo all. To repeat, it is neither |>eace nor war. It ia con* cent ration and desolation. This is the •pacified" condition of the four weatern provinces. West of Havana is mainly tho rich tobacco country; eaat, so far as 1 went, a sugar regiou. Nearly all the sugar mills are destroyed between Havana and Sagua. Two or three were stand- ing in the vicinity of Sagua and i...

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

mm im mm M W,i ®il piw.i lift M efforts for tbe freedom ol foreign ! trade throughout tbe world. TIRES OF POLfTJCS. MAY NOT BE MADE PUBLIC BE- FORE MONDAY. ance The disproportion botween out mistión and America's makes one im possible. Tlisre will be time to pro- pose tbit iray of re cemsnting the race when America is ready to fscethe Concentrating Troop* on the Oulf ■P'®ndid responsibilities :t on tail*." Coast-President Mc-KinleyS| Program Outlined. But there is no occasion now to goif Taylor Announces That He Will talk of an otTonsive and defensive alii Sook Private Life. PANDO'S MISSION FAILS. A lilts number of the Nadhrillo American contains the following: Gov. Kobert L. Taylor has deciJed to leave the field of politics foreve , sfter the expiration of his present term a Governor. He will not be a eaniddate for tho I'nited .States Sen- Key West. Fia. March 22.- His Delegates Could Not Induce Oar- ate, but wiil leave the pottticel arena c:a to Agiee to Peace. ¡or # hnppinr anj i...

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

mi ,! l* y i Curt Oliver, of Bryan, ww over Sunday and returned Mon- day. Miss Annie Klukan returned Tuesday from a abort visit to Brenham. Dave Levi left Tuesday with hit* son Ben for St. Joseph Mis- Houri to viait Mr. Levi'* mother. Mrs. C. S. Riley left thiit week for a visit to her old home in Kan** , including Viola and Norton ville. Miss Helbig, who has been teaching the New Tabor school near here, left Tuesday for Dubuque, Iowa, her home. Mrs. Riley who has been visit- ing her son C. 8. Riley during the past winter returned Tues- day to her home in Atchison, Kansas. Hon. Heber Stone of Brenham, candidate for congressman from this district, was in Caldwell last week and gave the Ni-:ws-Ch*on- ici-K a pleasant call Friday. Mrs. Wm. Reeves returned home from Brenham Tuesday, where she had been to attend the bedside of her mother Mrs. Hosea, who died last week, men- tion of which was made in these columns last issue. Miss Julia Ballew, of Cookes Point, left Monday for Rogers, in ...

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

Er- ra W¡t m IB !wv i ( I '• Rík ü 1 i i ' f: mm, ■ í The following advice to drug- gí«t« clipped from a drug journal nay be read with profit by every *1 . business man. Advertise your busines* and do it' in such a way that you -will get all the benefit possible from your money. Wanted opportunities arc fit subjcct for regret, but if the mistake* are not irremediable there i of'en profit in considering thent in order that future action may make amend . The waate •f time aiid money in no-called adver- .ttslng is what we wish to invite the reader's attention to in the following paragraph . The fact that judicious advertising pays is beypud question, and the fact that injudicious advertising is a dead loss is almost equally well established .All is not gold that glitters, and all is not advertising that is paid for at ad- vertising rates, although the man who pay* for it may think it is. Literally the meaning of the word cadvertise is «to call attention to something In order to call on...

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

" «IM! w At1aut« Dictator. Show us a man who loves hu- man nature and we will show you u man who hates, and is hated by Spain. Evefy man who ever took a step in the march of pro- gress has been ambushed by the Spanish soldiers. If Spain ever took one step forward it was to get within gunshot some friend of the human race. Other nations have shed oceans of blood that somc human beings might be free. Spain has shed blood that she might enslave. Following the path of civilization back, back, month after month, year after year, century after century, back to where faint trail is lost in the sombre shades of eternity, and at each stepof his way you will find the skeletons of every manor woman who for one moment ever lifted up the torch of reason murdered by Spain. The people oí other nations built shipH that they might carry merchandise and civilzation to distant parts of the earth; the people of Spain built ships that they might become pirates. Oth- er nations invented the spade and sho...

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

Wf! r i Stories of tl>e St ft. —Notice the change in Stone A Hitchcock's ad this week. Stanton, the fine stallion died Mon —Charley Hamilton ian day night —See a notice in another col- imn about a team of mules being wanted by the city. —The Woodmen of the World hold their regular monthly meet- lag Monday night, April 4. We call the attention of our readers this week to a new ad for Williams A Clark, the black- smiths. —There is to be a school píe- me at Merle tomorrow, and sup- pose Caldwell will have repre- senta ves there as usual. —The Nkws-Chkoniclk last week took an order for a first- olass leather-bound hotel regis- ter for the Caldwell house. —Wednesday morning we found all the news frozen up stiff and it is still under the stove. As soon as it thaws we will print Ü. —A great improvement is be- ing made in the appearance of things around the Caldwell house. A new sidewalk is the main feat- ure of the improvements. —A protracted meeting was commenced at the colored Bap- ti...

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

VIVBltfVB Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IK THK GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 1. 1898. NO. 46. { FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j HEWS AT YELLOW PRAIRIE Ptoaty ef Ntmty Ittmt in SpitoofTht Pact That Tho IHathor it tad. Military Company Drilling. Yellow Prairie, Texan, March 2**.- Sunday evening ai 7:3o o'clock quite a concoufme of peo- ple assembled at the Method ml church to witness the marriagc •of Mr. John l*hil|> and Mi * Su- die Andrew*, Rev. H. C. Willis officiating. Immediately after the ceremony, the happv couple accompanied by Mime friends left for the home of Mr. Philp at Caldwell, where we are informed a sumptuoUH repast awaited their arrival. This correspondent wmhes them a happy and pros- perous journey through life. We have had varying phases •of weather here during the pant week cloud) most of the tune, with cold north wind, east wind, and very strong wind from the HOttth,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 April 1898

mJm "34 •, 14 SB IP R HI ü Í'V; f Hi Wi ms m FRAYED FRIENDSHIP. mm * Issued Krerjr Friday Sorntai. Mc/CiNLEV'S PUS/L A N i Mi TV. Houston Post. The dispatches from Wash- ington within the past day or two indicate that the Post has made no mistake in its former esti mates of the character of Presi dent McKinley. In a crisis of this kind it is humiliating to see a man at the bead of the govern- ment who is not only without a clearly deñned policy, but with- out any decision of character- weak and vacillating politician. The public sentiment of the nation is aroused and demanding positive action in the Cuban question; the business of the country is suffering by reason of the indetiniteness of the situa- tion; congress is ready to drop party lines and sustain any ag- gressive course the administra- tion may adopt; the world is sur- prised at our continued indiffer- ence to the barbarities of the Spaniards; every day enables Spain to get her torpedo boats nearer our shores—and yet McKinl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 April 1898

ríes. In the final adjustment o! man- ufacturing location , enforced by the laws of buaincaa economy, it in inevitable, other thinga being equal, that the spinning of cotton will be carried on where cotton grown. But in the case of the aouthern state* the astonishing fact developa that proximity to the cotton field* is but a lesser advantage. A careful examina- tion of the chief milling centera of the United Statea will prove to anybody that the coat of fuel, la- bor, building material and living expenses is from 25 to 50 per cent, to the advantage of the southern «Manufacturer. An ex- pert mill man who was recently sent to this country from Man- cheater, Kngland, and whoae ex- amination of thc^ cotton inanu- fecturing industry has covered every milling aection on the two continents, tells us that the labor in the cotton milla of the aouth- ern states is the moat attentive and industrious to be found in the whole milling world. The making of cotton fabrics, the greatest manufacturin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 April 1898

QjjMlfc IrS; Eran PrU T Morale*. the Caldvall urntoSc* m aeo- MVBRTIWM MTN. Pinlir id* one lintertlon tmmij ««J* per fneht two tn-ertlon tblriy-B*« rwala Iter Inch: one •uuntli l*iy «ni per Inch. Loeal rato* aeren mid nao-half cent per ms |nl laaer<l n and Ave eon per llnv MbNiqwnl Inaerllon. OMtuartoa. card of thanlta aMl aol entertainment* riven for reí Iff (ant. < Uonal or charitable purpuaua at hnlf aotlomof t<dnea- roffu- b«tl «Atiera of all kind* W ® per hundred ward InA towrllnn and rente pw hun- dred word oucli •ubaequwut ln -*rtlon. PoalUvaljr no reductlona above rat® . «Ill be nade Tbe Nawa-CHBomci.E deaire a porrea- •ondeat at every pmlollliT In thi* eoiintjr, i and In exchange will furulah tbe paper. *ta- Monerjr and pnataire free- WIII be plenaed U> eurreapoud with any one on the autijeei. SUBSCRIPTION «ATM: Owe Year Ms Month Three llonta: II SO I 00 *0 Caldwell, Te*aa, Friday, April I. PktCKS THAT TALK. After having written an articic last week entitled «Pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 April 1898

ISfw1 m report of spahish board. Washington March 28.—A full synopsis of the report of the Sjiauish naval commission which investigated (!i§ dostrucuao of tbe battleship Maine is liar* irfven by tlie Associated Press. eminent trrops, and the revolutionists promise to be as aggressive as aver. London. March 27.—The point has now beeu reached where «¿real Britain must tight or abandon. Brava declara- tions have been toado during the pasl It is taken frótn a eopy of the j two months by certain of tho minis- original report which is now on its ters in connection with the far east* ' ern question. The prevailing opinion it that the government will back the way here from Havana, the synopsis being cabed in the mean timo and plac- ad'in the hands of this government. The conclusions coached are directly opposite to tuoio of the roport of the court of inquiry submi;ted to Co agree* The synopsis is as follows; The report contains declarations made by ocular witnesses and exerts, from these st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 April 1898

",n ' :'v '^V,' • ^ 1 nnmmnmiclc. THAT KILLING FROST. If W?1 9 ESS. ffl; ' XrW Hit hit 4 JO HUM. léitrt utd PnprttHn. I *mjr Frtdajr at Caldwell. Tn i Haskell county: G. B. Martin. King county; W. A. PofTJt. McLennan j county: rules end regulations to be formulated by the commute . Racing 1 o'clock p. m.—First race, m saddle horns, half a mile, purse $4":! * lowing if a summary second rnce, quarter of a mile, free for le,<*-graphic report* i texas news notes. Blishtinf ■•cast Cold from the al!, purse $100; third race, five-eighths of a mile, free for all. purae $100. The roping oonteet will be on the aecond dar. and «ill be as follows: First prize for best time, etc., 150; j Tesarkana: A heavy frost pre vailed here. TU thermometer stood at 21. Brown wood: A very severe north er here, accompanied by sleet. All iruit thought to be killed. AnteiopeJJaek Co The ground covered with fleet and snow. It is Frank J. Gouid has just purchased three St. Bernard dogs from the Ar- «s* kennels ...

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

Hi* I Report of the Court of Inqtiry Sub- mitted Without Comment. SPANISH GOVERNMENT NOTIFIED. ■•port Retar rad to Committees on roieifu Relatione Without Debate. Washington. March 28.—The Pre*, ¡dent mol the following message to Congress: To Congress of the United States: For tome time prior to the visit of the Main* to Havana harbor our consular representative pointed out the ad van tage to flow from the visit of national •hip* t> the Cuhan waters, in accus tommg the t-eoplo to the presence of oar Hag in fulldlaieiit of t&e mission of protection to American interests even though no immediate need there- f« r might exist. Acc>rdiogly on the 24th of January last, after a conference with the Span i«h minister in which a renewal of visit* of our warships ta Sjanish water* ws* dtscusw-d ami accepted, and peninsular authorities at Madriu and Havan w.-ro advised < f the puipoeo <>f (bis government to resume friendly «aval visits at Cub/in |>ort« ami that in mat view...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 April 1898

' LtiL-J.W ,,f.. ,,;7p - v;;«/v7fr SiílHlí ' ""■ * *• w , Piá NEEDS IN KLONDIKE. Miller Telia What Is Neces- eery lor the Prospective Miuer. Joaquin Miller writes from Dawson City in the 8:. Louis Republic. font of all, bring good health ami • good brave heart. Hr ug faith tod *nd charity; charity that you not quarrel with the frailties of jour fellow miners; but Srst of all it heart, the heart of a lion. Now, don't fall out with the fatoa thai you have not the full meed of strength at this hour. Step aside and lat the man come who has. You may be an arrow-maker, you may forge armor and equipments for those who fight the battle. "They also servo who aaly stand and wait." Bear in mind, you can't ail come. Why, there are already about 5000 here, all told, to- day. I doubt if then* will be *25,000 hare a year later. After good health and good heart, bring an even, honest good temper. Don't try to come here bilious. One stormy night we heard a tre nendous row in a tent in tho woods ■ear...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 April 1898

PEOPLE KNOW. R. M. Perdue ¡h on the nick lint with a bud cold. Ned Jenkins' little girl, Dixie, Ins been quite nick thin week. Mrs. Anderson, of Clay Sta- tion, is visiting Mrs. G. W. Lee. Curt Oliver and l)un Sims will attend the Camp Hunt .is usual, this year. Bonn: To Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Farmer lant Friday night, a line baby girl. Mis** Willie Lewis, of near Lyons, is visiting friends and relatives in the city. J. R. Collier and Mr. ttailey, of Muni ford, were in the city ves- • J terdav on business. Mr. Day, a prominent cattle man of lialiinger, was in town on business Wednesday. (WIT* AtOLOGtm TO LORD ■TOON) Ladonia, Texas, March 27,— Thinking that perhaps a few notes from North Texu might prove of some interest to your readers, I have decided lo while away a lonely hour at the pleas- ant undertaking. Ladonia in a bristling Utile town of about 2500 or 3000 popu- lation, situated on the G. C. & S. F. Ry., sixty-nine railes north- east of Dallas. It ia only thirty miles furthe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 April 1898

*5 tio id m' vw' sffií' eps m; day in the pr¡nf of 1875, —— the Daily Graphic, of New Ifork, waa in the fail awing of ¡ta meteoric career, a modest-looking young man called at the art de- partment of the paper, at ita Park Place offices, with a pack- age of sketches, says the Phila- delphia Times. The drawings were left for inspection, and the artist, handing his address in Brooklyn to the assistant of the art editor, took his departure The availability of the work waa ifest as soon as the package opened, and a comic series from the lot was reproduced at once for the front page. Their appearance made quite a flutter in the cockloft of the art staff, lor talent capable of furnishing comics in pen and ink in days was a scarce and tiy article. The page waa aigned «S and that was all the staff knew about it until there was a general ahoving about of work desks to make room «for Mr. Sigsbee. But Mr. Sigsbee did not materialise, nor did the anpply of his wonderfully funny drawings continu...

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