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

M oM kMNMi If tkruai. SIMM rttts. it IIm II lb «torloua cauros. What to >*ft of our Uiorouibbrsd. bold Of his rocklnf-horss. lis hssd rsft. and bit Imu4 his rooktn bs- *tanatltf Art THs sfcln-eovsfsd bodjr la all that la lift OI Iba bssutjr thai ona Christmas dssslea my viaw. As I poodarad how ba and old tents Clsus. %wi. Bvar cama down (hat eblmnay ao murky and «msll— A problem I navar eould fathom at all. Ah. h* *• a bora*, though! No young Loehlnvsr Rvar ruda on bla charier ao faat and ao far Aa I on that noble, high-spirited steed, That navr onca fallad at tha momant of need; And all of my brother , with ralna taut or alack. Through all manner of danger* roda safa on bla back. Adventure we've had under every rlime. Nor hava wa been bound by the Umita of time With Marlon's man In tha thick of tha nlitht Wa have charged on the Itrttlah and put them lo flight: Where thousands of cannons have volleyd and thundered. We boldly charged with the gallant 8U Hundred: Wa have hunted tha...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 April 1898

mtemmm S>.; i sr.- Hi KB1? ■>m: m '$■ SÍ)1' —Great hunches of plover are now to be mm on the prairie west of the city. —W. E Silliman has moved hit* office from where it was built to the vacant lot owned by him near the old Wm. Reeves residence. —We hear there has been two •r more.cattle deals here within the past week, the price for yearling* going1 up into the teens. —-Quite a number of young people enjoyed a pleasant time last Saturday evening at the home of Miss Maud Alexander. —Fruit jars seems to have been the proper thing the last two cold spells for covering1 gar- den truck that was in jeopardy. —There were noservices at the Methodist church Sunday night, Bra H. C. Willis being absent, performing a marriage ceremony at Chriesman. —The Woodmen of the World will hold their next regular meet- ing next Monday night, April 4, and a full attendance of the membership is desired. —T. T. Morris the enterpris- ing tailor had new irish potatoes out of his garden Wednesday, March ...

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

i # jpi > ,101 . V:.If *' J'ISm Caldwell News-Ghronicle. tip OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS ANO WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 189a NO. 47. í FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. J X niiiiiiwiimwMMim i wi SOMKRVILLE. Homkmvii.i.k, April 6. Watch Can per Landolt boys ? 1 think he ha* found him a girl. Mr. Brown, our popular book- keeper at the work made a fly- ing trip to Gal vcMton last week. In my article lust week it read that the works needed covering when it should have said wharf. Spring vegetables arc begin- ing to make their appearance, much to the satisfaction of the hungry consumer. Rev. McClellan, of the M. E. church, gave us quite an excel- lent aermoaon «Paul's conver- sion last Sunday. Mrs. Harnett has a small pri- vate school, It is a good cnter- princ for our town and we wish her much success. I am told by the farmer * that the fruit has not been injured by the cold, so dew berry pies and grape win...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 April 1898

ü Imy rrtlw Monim. la ths Caldwell ' SS . .. LEARNING OUR LESSON. Bouton Post. la one sense this nation is mak- ing itself ridiculous in the eyes of Rarope by its crude and hastily improvised war preparations. Oar site and wealth contrasted with the size and wealth of our fioesible antagonist, render our wild and hurried hunt for weap- ons of defense, only the more no- ticeable. To see a great giant rushing about in a high state of excitement to find arms with which to fight a decrepit pigmy is to a certain extent amusing despite the seriousness of the affair. And it is the giant that is pre- paring to ward off an attack by the pigmy! Instead of the latter saticipating ravaged coasts and sunken fleets, it is the big fellow that appears to be shaking. In this day of modern fighting ma- chines on the seas and modern great guns on modern fortifica- tion, we find the government at Washington reduced to the ap- parent necessity of buying up all sorts of junk shop craft—yachts of fourteen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 April 1898

Orntk Htktíng Cry . CliarloH (N. C5J l)Hlly Observer. March I . One of tkt most d i «treating acci- denta that hat occured in thU city in «unte time waa recorded laat night. Mr. Zebu Ion Vance Duckworth waa run over by one of the city mule , ou Went Trade atrect, and reeaived in- juries from which he died in leaa thau two hour time. The particular of the «ad affair arc as follow : Mr. Duckworth, who upend a great deal of hi time with hi broth- er, Mr. Henry D. Duckworth, at 8ev «raville, had ridden out there on hi wheel foraupper. He tarted back to town on hi* wheel about 7:45. A he he waa paaaing Mr. J. T. Sander ' •tore, on the corner of Trade and the railroad he aaw two run-away mule coming toward him at full peed. He tried to get out of the way but did not do ao. One of the mulea pa rd him. The other «truck him full force. He and the wheel were thrown between the mule's front 1«k*. the mule |>a ed «ver them and continued it« course westward. Archie Alexander, a young white bo...

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

i Si '• Iw Prliir Montw- la tbe Caldwell MVMTMIM MTU. BMh Mid one Inwrtlon twenty eenU par lurh} two tmwrtion Ihlny-iw wa a far tack; onv month alatjr cents per lueb. wr«n and one-half cent per ' line |^M| Mlf á Sa&J;: Insertion and Ave cent* lUent Insertion. . card* of thanks and notice* of intents given for religion , educa- or charitable purposes at half regu lhi ¿El J notices of all klndsglJ per hundred _ flrst Insertion and 80 coals par hua- words each subsequent lu ertiou. itirely no redactions will be made above rates: j Wawa-Cuaomri.a desires a corres- ent at every nostolllce in tbe i.ianty. in eacliangf will furnish the paper, sta- j postage free. S III be pleated to with any one on the aubjeet. Tbrae auSSCRIPTION MTNt . Tear Months Monta n m i m ao Caldwell, Texas, Friday, April 8. CALDWELL PROGRESSES, Last Wednesday evening wit- nessed the closing of a do-nothing era and the opening of a progres- sive and wide-awake one for the city of Caldwell. The city council in sp...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 April 1898

• MM DflUHÍ Mil Tht Raging Ohio Sweeps Away Shawneetown, III. SOME HARROWING SCENES. people Ware Swept to Death in • Moment-•-But vtvois Stone Ohio South weetern and the Louisville •ad Naah villa. The first ruih of the currant did not do all tha daraaga. When the water had slackened aomawhat many houses •«'re atill «landing, bat it was quickly seon tbat the frame one* would not last in the steady crush of the flood. By meant of rafts and swimming in tha cold orator soventy or eighty peo- ple were transferred from their garret windows aad roofs to the flat tops of the (¿allatin (.'ounty hank, a brick and stone building, and the courthouse, which ia of brick. It was hoped that these would with- stand the pressure arid tha undermin- ing, but whan the single courier who rode for help to Cypress Junction left 8t Louis, April 4.—A social to the Republic from Girard, 11,, says; A telephone message has I wen re-1 Sliawneatown only those two buildings ce'vad here from Shawneetown, 111., ■'lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 April 1898

* BR If IT m NCWS-CHROIIICLE. i JOWtñ. téiUn serf FrtfntHn. I every PriJuy at Caldwell. Tu TEXAS NEWS NOTES. The Bonham oil mill has received §000 sheep to feed. Both of the oil mil's at Greenville have closed for the lesson. W. F. Iienion «a# sentenced to hang at Richmond. May t>. W m. O'Leary took charge of the Dallas postoffice <>n l'!® '>>t !n<l- There were fourteen deaths in Sher Ban during the month of March. thai do camp shall be eatiüed to rep races tat'OB until it shall hava paid the per capita lax. The importance of having camp* comply with lha above named constitutional provisions it * again called to the attention of the commanding officer of subdivisions, who are instructed to enforce the same 5. The brevet major generals and the brigadier generals mentioned in the second paragraph here>f will at once fo: vara to these headquarters a list of the counties comprising their Ml ITEMS The Missouri, Kansas and Ttsa railway company of Texas paid the comptr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 April 1898

mum mu Thtf President Wants More Time to Win the World's Admiration. ■Mtrably below the coat of building. The cruiser will coal and provision and «ail immediately Ara Unmoved at Madrid. Madrid, April 4.—'Ihe majority of the newspapers hera regard war M in- evitable. They think Gen. Stewart L. Woodford hat communicated a final THE FLYING SQUADRON READY "ote 10 lhe Kovern,n®nt- Th* Liberal I "It is clear that no concession w:l! satisfy the 1'nited States except the independence of Cuba and wa had better immediately and the uncertain- ty,, The whole article of the Liberal on the subject is 1 mili*-ose in tone. The I'atH asserts that 'groat uneasi- ness prevails at Washington concern And a New CiuUei Added to the Navy--Tho Madrid View. IN CONGRESS. able to complete negotiations, you will shod American blood; you wi'l expend Baliey'a Beeoiutioa millions of treasures in scbieviag w vi u... . r. „ Cuban independence. At what cost? Washington Marc i'.—Mr. bailey Stop and reflect a minute." ...

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

le 1 PTrWfpiMtpi' ip. • • .w -v: - '^wr;^ MUNN, THE APOSTLE, DEAD, irT : ' — Dart* Mortally Wounded In • Street Combat Waco, April 2.—In the midst of busy am loyal to ray town and always ex- pressed myself." Ta - shoot :ng in which Apostle W. C. Brann and Capt Tom E. Davis shot esch other. i the secon i tragedy ■■ H mm Waco to 1* attributed to Bra:.u's preparations for city election publications in tne Iconoclast concern- j had a war with Spain, or lather An while bands were playing ing Baylor University. The hrst was ire* Jackson had a war with Spam. winch he carried out m the name an i JACKSONIAN DIPLOMACY. Tke Way "Old ■tckoryftettled With Spain Just eighty yean ago this spring we taring handbills from their vans calling the j^eopie to- W. C. Brann. editor the *e famous three cornered duel of No vem^r 19 last year, iu which Coi. O B. Gerald, a defender of Brann Iconoclast, and Capt. If. T. Davis mot fougst a revolver duel to dea£ fought an i slew J. W. Harris and W A. Harris In t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 April 1898

I ————■ Mis Mag|ie Williami* but ac- cepted a position with K. O. Jan- nett. Wm. Reeve* made a flying trip to Rosenberg Wednesday after- noon. Judge Moore, of Myers was in the city shaking hands with friends this week. Miss Lillie Nelson, after spend- ing a month or so at San Marcos, returned Saturday. A. D. Rust Jr., made a flying business trip to Brenham and Somerville last Saturday. Mrs. Frank Jackson, of Sec- ond Creek is quite low and very few hopes were entertained of her recovery last Wednesday. Henry Geick, of Yellow Prairie was in town Saturdayand inform- ed us that if the cool weather con- tinues he will have to replant corn. G. C. Arnett. of Coke county and II. G. Williams, Llano, were in the city thin week receiving cattle purchased of Wm. Reeves & Co. Thos. Krai Khar, Jr., Clyde Clark, Arthur Tomlinson and Kugcnc Webb went to the Hra/os river Wednesday for a fishing and hunting trip. John Thornton, Doctor (lor- mon and Misses Alice Nicholson, * • Ffc The city electi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 April 1898

_ ta Um comer. With Ka ptrdvlaui, drowsy "tick." Came In * full saoond behind time, la the race with the needle's "click. ** "Click, tick, click. Tick, click, tick"— •uch a queer, merry roce With the old clock's face, When srandmothor uaed to kail. The oat on the ruddy hearthatone Contentedly purred where ahe lay, And lastly blinked at the woolly ball At the end of a half hour'a play; the old clock In the corner frowned croaaly at auch a trick, for a frolicking cat before hla faca Had made him lose many a "ilek." • "Tick, click, tick. Click, tick, click"— Ouoh a queer, merry race With tho old dock's face, When grandmother uaed to knlL. Falter 8. Atrasaban, In Chicago Newa BAITED FOR SUCKERS. The editors of a trade journal pub- Bahed in a neighboring city were very modi annoyed by a Chicago publica- tion whose editora regularly and with dot giving credit "cribbed from the sohuuns of the outaide publication. The Chicago editor dipped with hia afcaars into the uagas of hia lively ex- c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 April 1898

al w ÉÉN¡to# and handling of the cow the first year determines her value for her entire life. tbiog of noil and climate _ . _ „ A th< poUto chosen ia to be subjected. It has been suggested that select- ion should be made of those which have recently been produced It is said that it costs less to potatoes being produce 1000 pounds of poultry than 1000 pounds of beef, and it c*n be sold for twicc as much. Fowls do not like a dark poul- try hoime and will often fail to seek shelter in it at a time when thoy need shelter from stormy or wet weather. It will pay to fatten the old hens before offering them for sule. though they can be profitably prepared for the home table if the market is not satisfactory. Air slaked lime scattered about the poultry yard will often pre- vent diseases. If it is used freely in dusting the roosts, walls and floors it will keep out vermin. Course manure put on potato ground in the spring will do more harm than good. It should have been spread on the ground...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 April 1898

■ Mi . :■ Be*! W- * Rt Writ MM ■■■■■■¡■i *auMppfpie|MmM**SSW¡ MH —District court meet on May 16. County court on April 25. —A. B. Csrr, Jr., and wife at Bryan, have a new non and heir at their home. —Next Sunday a protracted meeting- will be commenced at the Baptist church in this city. —Major Ragsdale and N. E. Porter will apeak for Burleson at a achool closing on the llth, at Wild Horse Prairie. —J. A. Bowers, of Deanvilte, delivered toa Mr. Williams, of the Territory about twenty cars of yearlings since our last issue. —We are glad to notice that E. O. Jannett, who has been con- iaed to bis bed all winter with rheumatism is again able to get about his home a little. —The junior editor being absent with the Camp Hunters this week, we hope any lack of i will be overlooked as one has to do two men's work. —The cold snaps so far, have hurt anything1, from what we can learn, and the berry crop this year, especially promises to be unusually large and a little early. —There will be scho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

'Á' Caldwell News-Chronicle. ouk aim ib the gbkatb8t benefit to thb pabmerk ANI) working people of burleson county. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1898. Congress Authorizes and Directs Forcible Intervention. The following resolution waw passed by Congress on Wednesday by a vote of 322 to 19: "RESOL VKD, That the president is hereby authorized and directed to intervene at once to stop the war in Cuba, to the end and with the purpose of securing permanent peace and order there and establishing by the free action of the people thereof a stable government of their own in the Island of Cuba; and the president is hereby author- ised and empowered to use the land and naval forces to execute this resolution." Nothing is actually accomplished, however, until the Senate acts, which may ik? delayed indefinately. Ministers Called Home. Washington. April 14, 6 p. m.—(Special to the News- ChroniclE.)—The Spanish minister has been ordered home by bis government and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

Mr i J9Mtñ. téiUrt mi PnpMm. Issued Every Friday Morning. ANOTHER waco hi'el. Uat Friday evening a boat 5:30 o'elock, W. C. Brann, editor of the Jcoaoclaat, and T. E. Davis fought a street duel to death. Both were bur* led Sunday evening. Each have fam- ilies. This makes two newspaper and two insurance agents that have been •feot to death on the streets of Waco ua result of Brann's caustic criticism of Baylor University. This criticism was first brought out by the misfor- tune of a poor heathen girl that was being educated at that institution. We think Mr. Brann entirely and un- necessarily severe in his remarks throwing odium on that great institu- tion over the sins of the two individ- uals. Four dead, four widows, per* haps twelve or fifteen orphans, live or six wounded and crippled. Great l^ord, isn't it time that this religious institution cease to encourage the shedding of blood and go to work and firaying for a christian spirit of forbearance and toleration. Relig- ious insti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

A complaint han often been made by foreign buyer of the bad condition in which American cotton reached their hand a* compared with that received from other countries the follow- ing letter will huve an intercHt for our cotton producers. Calvert, Texas, March 18 To the Farmers and Oinners of Texa*: Two years ago I ad- dressed you on the adupliun of a standard bale of cotton, advising the sizes recommended by the maratime association of New Or- leans and Galveston and approv- ed by the cotton exchanges and various other bodies, namelv, twenty-eight inches wide and fifty-eight inches long. Kxperi- ence has proven that the width is too great because of the expan- sion of the bale after it comes out of the box. notwithstanding which, there has been a vast bet- terment in the Texas bale, which would have been much greater had the Inixes been made narrow- er. I think the time has come for a further effort to improve our package, especially in view of the fact that new methods of baling cot...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

BHfr W Ms J J*mn. Mfn mud laaved Er«f Frldtr Morning. llorad In the Caldwell pmlulo* m AOVCnTISIH* NATM. Display mm IncSi par Inch; •di one Inaertlon twenty renta . two Inaertlon* thlrty-Étr® renta one month alxtjr cent* per Inch. I rate* seven rven and one-half centa ner tlon and Ave oenta par line rabeer]uent Inaertlon. of thanks and notices of am menu fflren for relurlons, educa- or charitable purposes at half rugu- notices of all kinds MA per hundred - Jrst Insertion and SO cents pur hun- woids each subsequent Insertion. Poalttveljr no reductions will be made above ratos. árad wo •UMCRmriON HATH; iftS.::::::::::::::::.:;::::::::: lontns •I 80 1 Caldwell, Texas. Friday, April 15. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. A Nava so ta job printer was in town this week aolictiting work. We are not informed as to how many orders he received. Of course, we suppose he got some, tut we are very glad to state that ke found one or two merchants who* realized the fact that while here he did not do twelve ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

V • * v . (MR fit Iff DHTEB. No Other American Ever More Warm- ly Received. NATION'S CAPITOL GOES WHO. Ladies Join In Renting the Air with ~~ Chnri and Throwing I'lowiu Washington, April 12.—Consul Gen- •ral Laa arrived hare from Havana at S:30o'elock tbia afternoon. Alarm crowd of enthusiastic admiren had gathered at the Pennsylvania station, and whan iba general stepped from tho train be was greeted with a tro mendoua outburst of applause. Wo mes waved their handkerchiefs and man their hats, and altogether tha demonstration was a notablo one. Waahiagton crowds, as a rule, are not demonstrative. but this occasion was a j moat conspicuous on*. By the timo he wa* ready t" alight' the crowd was so dense about the train thai aven with the alistan'o of1 a platoon of police it wm with difficul-; ty that he re*i hed the platform. Sev- eral personal friends of the general, (tmotik' tbem a number of '.adié* pressed ferward and finally ouceeeded in grasping him by the haul «>n « of the la...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

U MMS-CNMMfCLE. 7 6?\ m 3: m life', wtów,, & H& Bfe i JOMtt*. tdiHn eed Pr*>r, Hrt. urd every Friday at Caldwell. Thii m GENERAL NEWS, A fire in Tokio, Japan, rendered 11,000 peop'e homeless. Two Cboctaws will be shot in the naat 30 days at Alikchie. 1. T. Revo utions hate broken out io both Porto Rico and the Philippines. Several towns on the Kentucky side have been ilooded by the Ohio river. Tbe reorganised Mormon church bows a remarkable growth for 1897. The senate refused to vote tbe ap- propriation to deepen Mobile harbor Count I to of Japan says he favors an Anglo-Japanese alliance in China \S , J. Bryan addressed the Bimet- allic League of the Ohio Valley at In- dianapolis. A fro9t has probably killed the strawberry crop and most of the fruit in Tennessee. It is believed that the entire tobacco crop of Kentucky has been killed by the frosts and snows. The Cuban junta announces that if independence is fully acknowledged armistice may be arranged. Rev. Mr Roberts, pa...

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