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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

M uní«( Reviews the Cuban Situation and Spain's Attitude. SPAIN'S MENACE TO AMERICA. ■ecoauaende Intervention and Leave* Everything With Congress, intend log that a declaration of war' tablished policy of our go •hall imply a war of conquest. This, ¡ policy which haa secured i vernrnent, a chairman of the appropriation commit*! to us respect tee—It he declares, according to" our code of j Ind influeiceabrcad and insured ; U^ssace. *The "rwpontibis'ity *is morals, would be a crime. There is fidence at home." | with congress. 1 have no Leu no desire on the part of the Amonten ~ ... people to profit by the misfortune of Spain. The president's treatment of the an nutation propositions not encouraging to its promoters. Tl uzxzzz. ¿t&xtSX ri,h rt*. ■srjj"hM.r tatrrilorv. It. iuterveMioa u >w!il«l '*??' '! P'i1" ,h" >*• well-delivered now w ^ II - hesitancy The message concludes by saying: j in saying that steps will i>o vigorously "The long trial has proved that the i,ttKenre...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

' • >r- • m BU Unitad 8uum s the fifth naval A NUTSHELL. j—the Indian* Iowa. Massachusetts mm! Texas. A submarina boat to be knoarn at the Plunger is now under coustruc- lion. in ik. «- •. . ~| At present the total enlistad force worm. The nariee of ot the naval militia ia ;j$70 officer* and Fran o Bnmis and Italy men. in the order named. Gar-' Behind the heavy armor there is a the United States are about e:tiier cjra or cocoa Our iroacnt «iiMiin * ! *l co#u ®*®r.v time oue of the WB*m ettaw^ghtmg foroe bi # on *tK)apd />hi w fir#(i rh' B'°oki-t? «•*• v«k two - -.Tr " . . 0üd j are our armored cruisers. at -unhiT «'Sbtaen Sailors are paid from #9.50 to I ' t12-50 P*r montil Md mm cantemL^? d^ínUüt' kü?, y"* An act of congress in 1872 abolish- ■Mie gonbont, one dtapatch boat. one ^ logging ia t¿ w igh rpado boats i he American uaw has practically nil been built since ISS3. A captain in the navy ranka with n A NORTHERN UTOPIA. The «We Settlement of the An- nette Island Indiana a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

¡pe S«MM «NMMMNMNMMMMNMMMMNMNNi PEOPLE YOU KNOW «•MIMMMMNMMNNMMMMMMI 1 Heal Myers, of Lyon was in town Wednesday. Ed Heslep went to Bryan this week, returning yesterday. Miss A. I). Barton, of Itaaca, is visiting her aunt Mra. J. R. liartgravea, this week. Tom S. Smith, candidate for uttorncy-generul, made us a pleasant call last Tucaday. J. K. Hartgraves went to (iid- ilings Saturday on business re- turning Tuesday night. Mr. and Mr . Chas. Roesler returned Tuesday from Brenham where they had been on a brief visit. Mrs. J. M. Fagan han been very seriously ill this week hut is reported improving as we go to press. Major Newcomb, of the Milano Rifles, spent several days in the city this week, a guest of B. F. Delamater. Dr. and Mrs. Spark*, of Hix, came ever Monday on a visit to the family of lien Sparks, re- turning Tuesday. Mr*. Siti Kdmonds left this week for Colorado county where she has a brother. She goes to locate permanently. K. L. Joiner made a short trip to Waco and <*or...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

•Ifrrtefwia .! Pife ail lift ! Solved for u«l au Ita stc .. _ Cleared away; Witt all It* littla dlHpMMMttt pai Xt#all be thin* to undarataad at last. Bepatient; «orno aweat lay The anxloua ear*. : Atttaare and tríala, aad the Hidden that conu ^ t'na ware— ■bal with the fleetlnff year* be laid Amthou ah alt than be fully aatlafled. ktient: keep thy life-work Well la hand: Betruatful where thou oaaat not Uoderataad; Tky lot. whate'er It be. la tWInIjt Whata'ar IU myateriea, Ood bolda the key: The* well canac tniat Him. aad bide pa- tiently. —J reaby terlan Meeeeoser. THE BOY WITH A LASSO. **Beems to me that those fellows do ■of think I amount to much," mut- tered Sam Roden, as he walked away frqaa a knot of Mr. Bobeas pupils, who had shut him out of their sports, was not much mistaken in his Qe had just entered the >1, and he had come from far-off Taaias, and hie life had been, passed on cattle farm, where he had had few opportunities for study, and of few he had availed himself bu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

THi ClttCK Wá §000. Tkt mm*ri CoHh th§ Mhn/tám Mt ti IV* Hoiol CM. Omaha World-Herald. Dave (lelvin—it ¡h pronounced (lalvin of Maitland, Mo., ia one of the cattle baron of North went Missouri. a section of country which has a large number of cattle barons. Aa a huatler and a push- er Dave has few equala and no superiors, and what he doea not know about cattle would not be worth finding out. Da ve is always so busy looking after his cattle interests that he Mcldom has time to «dresa up* in his company clothes, and at first sight a stranger would take htm for an innocent granger, eager to buy a g°ld brick or likely to blow out the gas. Several years ago I)ave shipped perfectly good. The clerk at once become obaequioua. There warn nothing too good for Mr. Gelvin, of Mis- souri. * Well, give me back the check said Dave. «1*11 go over to the bank and caah it myaelf. The check was handed to the irate man, and he marched out and never returned. The clerk was evidently filled with curi- os...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 April 1898

iV. fmm tF-: *«!#? WMMMM Stories of tbt Stroot mmmmmmmmm I É& m a —A most beautiful rain re- freshed the earth Monday night. —The rains have played havoc with «orne of our streets and consequently, good walking ground is at a premium. —C. W. Curry was in Houston yesterday to secure a negro by the name of Will Denton wanted on a charge of assault to murder. —The annual -reunion of Con- federate Veterans at Wimberly's lake, Lee county comes off today and as usual a big time is ex- pected. —Th^ bus lines did a land office business Tuesday. Open- ing up and closing up was the only thing reported done in other vocations. —Bro. J. A. Stevens, colporter for this district, preached at Providence last Sunday, and from those who heard the ser- Mon we judge that it was some- thing of unusual force. —The school at Hogg is mak- ing preparations for a big picnic at Buffalo Camp Ground on Fri- day the 29th. Brass band music and speaking by local politicians m supposed to be the order of the da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

Hi $ü® TWBLvC Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1898. NO. 49. I FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j ^Htl'WK- fríhC-*í C-t-ZCr« &«!♦• ♦«•■ft**- ; & LYONS. Lvov*. Texas. April 1H. EniTOK NKWS-CiIKONICI.K. Perhaps a short letter from us last week would not be a mix* as our town wan not represented in your paper last week; but by the way. there was but one commu- nication in the Ni ws-Chkonici.k this week, so we saved by not writing. War is the main topic of con- , , . farmers are badly versation iust now, consequently . . . ,, . 1 ¡their work, < roui news of anv other nature is verv bv a neat new fence. We are always glad to sec improvements on a place. Rufus Hoffman, of Hix, was here Sunday to see his mother and friends. Mrs. Krusc, who has been spending some time with her daughter, Mrs. Matcjowsky, re- turned to her home in Lee county Friday. On ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

'# ' TO ' "4 ' reí: i- w&m. if® B: §¡1 J«:i4 mmr 4 jwmíw. m«m «* Afnnm lHu«d Every Krllar Morning. DON'T PLANT COTTON. You can sec for yourself that all indications point to war be- tween Spain and the United States in a very short time and jrou also know that if war is de- clared corn, oats, wheat and all kinds of eatables are bound to go up, it is easy to see that cotton will go far below what it is now bringing. Our farmers should take warning in time from the •igns of the times and not put all their land in cotton. It will be bet- ter by far to raise something you can eat, even if you fail to sell it then, than to put your land in cotton and be obliged to sell it at three cents or less and buy bacon at twelve cents and meal at sev- enty-five cents per bushel. Kaise chickens and turkeys; plant potatoes, peas, and every eatable you can possibly raise; get a few hogs and make your own meat, and have a surplus of aM these things to exchange for tilings you cannot raise. Cotton i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

Tesa Stock and Farm Journal. Par mem look upon truck farm- ing 11S * nmall buftineMtt. Such is the common opinion, at any rate. The man who depends upon cot- ton aa a money crop lias a poor opinion of the small daily income that follow* the truck patch man. His idea it* to have the money come in all in a heap, so he can see it and count it. The pro- ceed* of live or six bales of cotton ' m m$ mh M* &— « "C iMntht- the distance in about averaging- three feet. Diatance, while it may not increaae the aggregate output in buttheltt, will gi ve a better average lot of pota toen and fewer culla. Perhaps the great majority of potato growers plant on ridge* made by throwing four furrow* together with a turning plow, leveling or smoothing by dragging a pole edge-wise over them lengthway* the rows. Wc have found that the soil broken well and well har- in a pile amounting to one hun- rowed, and then row* laid off dred and fifty to two hundred about three and a half feet apart, dollars, i* m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

i' i ,;V m m: '■■■ . V# m'. w CRjB&g lamed Every Frldar Morning. In the Caldwell poatofflc a aec «OVIlITMMt NATIS. Display ad* uno Inaertlou twenty cents Mr iMn; two tnaertktn* thirty-flve eeula $m lach; one month sixty cent per Inch. Unen I rate* «even __ la* flrst Insertion an Mb subsequent insei one-half cents per flve cents per liue >n. así*. larnte ¡arles, cards of thanks and notices of Inment* riven for religionk. educa or charitable purposes at half regu xsKi 1 notices of all kind* tl.00 per hundred flrst Insertion snd .10 cent* per hun- words each subsequent insertion. Positively no reductions will be made above rates. Nnws-l'HROifici.B desires a it at every poatofBce In the count jr i eachutiKe wf!I furnish the unper. sta- wawry and postare free. Will be pleased to correspond with any one on the subject HON MATH: — Year i Months Montns, n so I ao 90 Caldwell, Texas, Friday, April 22. The war and the candidate are dot nf their beat to off net each other. You grasp the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

■HHpJ! . í «LOWING UP OF THE MAINE. Haa Who bald tl« -Buoy o 4 Specially Chicago, April II.—-The Tiniea- I Herald itjri Charlee A. Crandail, [alias Ituanual Eecadaro, who, acting untier the personal orders of Captain General Weyler plaated the luinw aa>l torpedoen in th# harbor of Ila- I vaaa, has been run down in Chicago. Last night h« was in the cuatody of I tur«ie United States secret agenta «ho are taking him to Washington. where he i expected to give information to prove beyond any poaaibla doubt that the Maioa was blown up by a mina tod her 26C officers and crew murder- «1 designadly by agencies known to the Spanish official*. He waa run down by a Cuban spy. Ever since the Maine waa blown up I ( randall or Escardara lias bean dodg* tug aliout the country ( ailed State* secret agent assured GEN. LEE'S VIRGINIA 8MGA0E. to dida on Ble Stall. Chicago. April 19.—The Chronicle's Washington correspondent saya: The announcement that Theodore Rooae Tall had resigned his position as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

mi: i. ■ * ULOWCLL RCWS-CHRONICLC. i /MM*. UiUn v* htprift. KbuhI fvt-ry Friday al Caldwell. T«ih* PjgMj, TEXAS NEWS WOTFS. Forney i boring for artesian water. Three ntgro children were burned to death near Wellborn. Gen. Shelley hat taken c harge of the Confederate home. First dividend on Gatesville City National Bank is being paid. Judge N. Mills, an old and promU nent lawyer, of Galveston, is dead. A Piesbytarian church has bean organized at Xayland. Hunt county. A constable in the Bedias communi- ty was killed while trying to quell a row. Receipts at the Greenville postoffice for the year ending March 31 were ■early $11.000. Greenville Knights of Pythias will invite the State Pythian grand lodge to meet the ra next year. Gold ore assaying from $'-> to $13 a ton has been found in abundant j quantities in the Wichita mountains. At Longview a collection of $500 «as taken up for Kev. George Stusrt at the closing service of his revival. At a colored church fair voting con- teat at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

inanes* 1. In his opening epeech «i Ooliad, Sep- tember «0, 1894, fia declarad lor the frm and unlimited coinage of both gold mid diver at Iba temí ratio of 10 to I, al- though the platform wu silent on the ratio. Mi* encraiea charge that this helped to put Tex in the «¡Ivor column in IS1H. 2. Among laws of geueral excellence enacted bv the Twenty-fourth legisla- ture, which require no detailed statement, is that making the «Ututo of limitation* apply to married women, which will quiet land title ; the law regulating con- testad election* and primary elections; the revision of the civil and penal codes; uniform occupation tax law ; (Uh and o)ster law; levying taxes on national bank and treaaury notes and gross re- ceipts of express companies; giving the colored people the control of their schools; validating railway land titlw in the handa of actusl settlers and bona fidtt purchasers, and making all connecting lines of railway responsible for loss or damage to freight. •I. The Confe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

CONGRESS GETS Will. The Houte and Senate Agree on Con- current Resolutions. WHICH MEAN "CUBA LIBRE." Spain Most at One* Withdraw Laud and Naval foicva lion Cuba. The vola waa taken on the aub- atitote reaolutiona and they were de- fatted—yess 147, nays Iftf. Tfce vote ww then takes on the adoption of the majority veaolutiona and they were adopted—yeaa 332, nays 10. The nam «a of th> demócrata ai they voted for the reaoli.tiona were cheered. The negativa voto ware caat aa fol- low : Democrats—Adama of lioor- gia, liankhead of Alabama, Brantley of Georgia, Hrewer of Alabama, Clay- ton of Alabama, Cox of Towneaaee, Elliott of South Carolina, < irigg; of Georgia, Howard of Georgia, 1 jester of Georgia, Lewis of Georgia, Maddox of Georgia. Strait of South (Carolina, Washington, April 1'. .-The foiiow- Tate of Georgia an<i Taylor of Geor- tng reaolutiona jmsaed the two houses gift. of congress at an early hour this Republicans—Johnson of Indiaaa, morsing. | Ron telle of Maine and...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

Mr >f wiirpT^W' VS. STEEL VESSELS. ^ ^ to move the tumt «___ end guna bed been frozen Of course low Om Shot Will Sink a Modern *jrlf w/psuded until th* ice War Ship WM M ^ad happened m 0, ,, tb« couree of battle it ts «My to mí Washington, April 17. — Should |^4t tjl# Maine would have been at the thore be war with «Spain it would de- enemy s tnorey. That twenty minutes' monatrate the weaknesses of the mod- delay'would have given the enemy a orn ironclad, ap|Mrently a floating cit- t0 deetioy her adversary. un- *M, la.pn,g„bl. «dtad-.ruo.ibta, ¡TP ° in reality aaensitive mechanism which | The demand tor the ¡>osceesion of can be shattered and disorganized by all these modern appliances on a war • single shot. «hip has had the effect of adding still la th* .Sort to incorporate in th. •notb.rrt.ro.nt of dnutr to tb. .hib, ..... „ , . and that is to accommodate nil those vessel all the points of aggression and j improvements the ship has to bo both to provide foe all contingencias...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

fp* SiMMM dUBWimiWllW PEOPLE YOU KNOW I Kd Bell, of Cameron, wan in the city the tir t of the week. Ben Wood and winter of Lyon , were in the city Wcdnewdav. M. M. Prince left last Monday for a trip to Coleman on business. Sheriff Teague, of Brenham, came up yesterday on business. Mrs. Tom Broaddus went to Houston Tuesday for a week or ten days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lanikin returned Saturday from a week' visit to Brenham. Dick Carrington and Louis Hosca,, of Brenham, vmitcd Mra. Wm. ReeveH Sunday. Miss Carrie Farr and Mrs. J. C. Murray, of near Lyons, were in the city Wednesday. Mrs. F. W. Wood of Brenham, has been visiting her sister Mrs. Wm. Reeve*, this week. Mr. Fridge returned yester- day from Montgomery where he has been for some time past. Rev. S. K. Whipkev, of Martin, was a visitor in the city Monday, attend in* the Baptist meeting. Miss Jessie Womack went to San Antonio Monday to attend the Battle of Flowers at that place. Kd Banks, who has been visit- ing in Austin, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

te . Government «tatistics show that the United States exported hi 1897 about 465,000 more balea of cotton than in 18% andrecei ved about $21,000,1)00, less money for It There is no reason to doubt that the Texas farmer will profit by the severe lesson there was ia this. Texas produced, prob- ably, about one-third of ihis crop and her farmers bore about one- third of the loss, or about $7,000,- 000. They bought, too, a very large proportion of their supplies. When cotton planting brought very large profits the planter could afford to buy his meat and bread, but he has learned that conditions do not now render it prudent for him to depend upon other farmers to funish him supplies, and more and more be will devote his time and energy to the production of the variety that is seen upon prosperous farms in other sections.-— Texas Stock and Farm Journal. 2B ■ About 90 per cent, of our exchanges are supporting Hon. Joseph D. Sayers for governor of Texas. There's nothing like being on the r...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

•V • ft • ' PLEASURE. bin natural condition, in his power to taste one pleasure pure and entire; and yet must he be con- 71.™ ; X I ; Í trivinif doctrines and precepts ,r a instinct throughout all tucurtuil that HMlche h'a ; h* , nature. I hi' nvi> of BY LADY COOK. The pursuit of pleasure is a univ jjnim.iUu nature. . ..v iw>WI j not yet wretched enough unless plMHUrt- m u much a natural p- b and Htudy hc au , his (Wtitc a the lov« of food. We own mÍK(rv. Human ,visdom makes ¡II use of her talent, when mav safely assume, therefore, that its gratification, when rationally indulged, serves some useful and important purpose. All inquiry not only confirms she exercises it in rescinding from the number and sweetness of those pleasures that are natur> ally our due, a:* she employs it ,hi . hut shows that pleasure is a iavorahly, and well, in artificially necessity, morally, mentally, and dÍB(fu¡ in({ and trickini{ out ,hc phvocally. II this he ho, theliu,,)f ,¡fc alleviate the se...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 April 1898

í mm Stories of tl>« Street. —Notice J. F. Cobb's largre aid on this page. —There is to bea basket dinner and cleaning* up of the grave yard at Providence on the 30th inst. —Some of the smaller boys killed quite a lot of ducks at the slaughter pen tank one day this week. —The improvements on Judge Banks1 residence have been com- pleted and it makes a very neat looking house. —See «Morris, the tailor's fttgn in another column, and when you want first class, nobby clothes, call on him. —We would call the attention of our readers to the a ad in this iasue for Sparks ¿k Porter, the «up-to-date liverymen. —The telephone line ia rapidly •earing completion from Cald- well to Cookes Point, and will frobably be in use in a few days. —Marriage licenses have been areued the past week to T. B. Hunt and Miss Florence Bentz; Rufus Ellis and Miss DiLUe Par- ker. —The colored teachers' insti- tute of Burleson county will be Beld at Silver Valley instead of at Caldwell, as stated in their report ...

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