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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

TWELVE Caldwell News-Chronicle. our aim 1h thk (íkkate8t benefit to the FARMERS AND wokkinu people of burleson county? cm m VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 189a NO. 50. is SOMERVILLE. We arc informed of no one who April*>« <"-a.red t.,attend court „ „ , from this community. kpitonh nkw*-c iimomr i.k: j J he IIix urtillerv regiment un- Dewbernet* iUt th* t„mman.l of officer .In- and the boys and IC,r'H iirc ^av'"^ vincible hut been ordered to a ifrand time gathering, to the ; t|u. tortH Ced„ k great delight of the epicure a, haIi,r(K tjuite a boom took place in the Ak ^ ^ ^ citv m few days since. in selling . u . u i - • K \ Kreat c,t> tontay a Mhort while ' ' j and will perhaps attend the mili- tary exercises in Cuba his cloak falls after this week upon an- and buying real estate Brantley, Jr., bought two busi- ncHH lot*, J. 0. Harkins two. Pan Mc Kinney one, Wm. Landolt one, Casper Landolt one, II. liar- nett one residence lot. C. Landolt an...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

r; EM • t¡ tjvt CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. «Mr * JOIMtH, tditor mud Pr*ritHn. V/\ A "I Xi L/C SA M: Plant something to eat and you will be sure to find a market for it next fall. Ik your cotton has to be re- planted, plant something else in it* place and when fall comes you will be glad you had to replant. Wak means an immediate ad- vance in the provision market and a corresponding slump in the cotton market. «Put not your faith in —cotton. kvkkyonk should take steps now to put their premises in good sanitary condition; as no one can tell what the yellow fever may do the coming summer. Don't wait until there is a flag on your neighbor's gate post before you begin to clean up. Thk Gates ville Star attempted to be facetious regarding a cred- ited article recently published in this paper. However, the proof reader left the squib ir. such a shape that it took our whole force to figure out that our paper was the one referred to. Chancks are good for a bad epidemic of yellow fever, this sum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

the ««««'«i*trt o mtr. utc, t,*Hm* trtmht. Htm H ** •' WW*^M WU Journal of Agriculture. > '«A"*"" «• W« The potato ¡h the king of vege- Whilc armie of trained and c « be (frown profll- ,11,., are readv to march at the i''X '' r,*htl>' raaniWcd- M'm> word from Washington or Ma.l-, ""V llu,atots on ,hc rid and «arahil «train at their! *r,H,"d. ,h!" they re1ttlre too anchor., a smaller army ahares ",u l"bo1'- 1 have *ruwn them over forty years. Land that will raise sixty bushels of the anxiety, and awaits orders to follow the marching men, or get aboard fleet boats and track the floating lighting machines to their destination. It is the newspaper army, nays Hud Brier in the I ins ton Globe. Kach man in this little force is a trained newspaper man or skilled illustrator, and his busi- ness will be to see that every j move of the war game is made corn will grow 2«M> bushels of |M tatoes. Thin land i* unfit for them. My best success has been in new, rich, bottom land; there th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

WW ' P ; má ft CALDWELL NEWS-CIMMCUEm «üiaffa * ftaáMAÉ^M IMMvpMi IffWV W lHWd Every Friday Morning. (•red la the Caldwell postofflci- aa <*ec natter. advbmtisin* nats . Displsy id one Insertion twenty rent# Sir Inch; two Insertions thirty-Sre oeate w Incli; one mouth sUty cents per Inch. Uul ntu seven end one-half cent# per Itee Srst Insertion end live cent per line «Mb eabeequent insertion. Obituaries. card# of tlisnk* and not Ices of •atertalnment* given for religions, educa- Moaal or charitablc purpose# at half regu- lar rates. hi notices of all kind •!.«• per hundred flrst Insertion and M cents per bun- Uta xsv words eucli subsequent Insertion. Positively no reductions will be nade ma above rates. The News-OhbobicIiE desires a correa- «nadenI at «very uostodlce In the county, and In exchange sill furnUli the paper, sta- tionery and postuid- free. W 111 be pleiised to cor-espnud with any one on the subject. eg Three subscription ratm: . Year Months ... Montus n M i m Caldwell...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

international oicobum. OscUratioo ai Paria a CM« lav Inter Declaration respecting maritime law, signed by tbe plenipotentiaries oí Gnat Britaia, Amina, Fraace. Rumia. Sardinia aod Turkey, asssmblsd in congress at Paris April 10, 1856: Tbe plani|M)taatiaric« who signed tbe treaty of Paria on the 30tb day of March, 185tt, aaaembied ia confareaee, considering: Taat mnritimo law. ia time of war, has loag baea the subject of deplorable dispute*. that the uacertainty of tha law. aod of the duties in auch a matter, givea rise to difference* of opinion between aeutrala and belligerents which may occasion serious difficulties, and even conflict* That il ia consequently advantageous to establish a uniform doctrina ou so the plenipotentiaries assembled important a point That tl in congress'at Paris cannot better re- spond to tbe intentions by which their governments are animated than by Making to introduce into international relations fixed principien in this re- spect. The al ove mentioned pl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

CALDWELL NEWS. CHRONICLE. m P. ' HI- am T A JOUUH. téiHn es* every Friday at Caldwell. Tetas bond* tad $51,000 court house and jail refunding bonds, which he deeired to have approved and regis tared by the comptroller. The $8000 bridge bonds were approved end reg- istered by the comptroller. Tha$21,000 TEXAS NEWS N0TF.S, A heavy frost is reported from Tex- arhada. Sin Killer Griffin is stirring the sin aere of Houston. Galveston harl*or has now been thoroughly mined. Texas quota of the 125,000 volun- teers is 4*2'" mea. Sute G. A. B. indorsed the Confede- rate pension amendment. Orange was visited by a wiad that did much damage to the oats. Four companies of the Texas volun Leers want to be home guards. Work has begun on the Randolph eollege building at Waxahachie. Galveston is organising a picked company of crack shot cow boys. At Tyler the graves of Confederate soldiers were covered with flowers. Dr. William Nagle has received hia commission as ¡ostraaster at Denison. A car load o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

¡•WJ. w. IT IS JaOTRI 1 HKLH STEPS Which Ud Two Nations to An Open Conflict. U. S. FLEET BLOCKADES HAVANA, asá Pim14ibI McKlnley Calls <01 123,000 Two-Year Volunteers ULTIMATUM Washington. April 21 The follow ing statement of to the text of the ul- timatum to S|*in was loaned today: i )n April 20 the deportment of atate served notice of the purpose of this government by delivering to Minister T'olo h ropy of the instructions to Min- ister Woodford and also a copy of the resolutions passed by the contras of the C nited States <>n the l'Jth insL After the report of tinw notice to tho Spaaiah minister ho forwarded to the state dej«artmet;l a request for hit* ¡«•aporta, which were furnished to him yaaterday af' -rno< >n A copy of the natructioi-t (• Minister Wtiodford are her with appended The I nit'-d States minister s* Mud rid was nt the same time instructed totuske a like commu ntcation to the government of Spain This morning : ie department received from (inn \\ ■<...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

SIXTY YEARS IN SPAIN. i A Rsootd ol Civil War* and Military ■•volution* Qneon Isabella, a c hild tbree yuan old, succeeded to the Spanish throne in 183 , her father (Ferdinand VII.) having abolished the Salic law. Her father's brother. Den Carlos, the next male heir, protested and organized the first Carliat rebellion. This civil war, stubbornly and ferociously fought, lasted until 1839, when the Basque surrendered and "Charlea V1" abdi cated in favor of hie son Don Carlos. In 1840 the regent queen. Christina, was driven from the country by a mil itary revolution, and Gen. Espartero, who bad beaten Don Carloe, became regent. In 1848 another revolution drove Espartero out and brought (Jueen Christina back. Isabella was declared "of age" aad married to her cousin Francis d'Assis, and her sister Maria to Montpensinr, hair to the French throne. la 1854 a military revolution under Gon. O'Donaell forced the restoration ol the constitution of 1837. In 1866 Madrid revolted and the kingdom w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

AíJrtWJM I PI Iww ttWMMMNMNNN mm PEOPLE YOU KNOW i Dot Oliver Hpent last Sunday in Bryan. Mr. Helvey ¡h moving to town from the King place. Ned Fountain, of Bryan, visited Caldwell Wednesday. J. J. Goodman gave us a pleas* anti-all last Saturday. Mrs. W. A. Tomlinaon was re- ported ill Wednesday. Bob Schulenberg, of Hrenham, was in Caldwell Tuesday. Miss Delia Hoting of Itiddings, is over visiting her brother. Mrs. Irene Wier, of Hempstead, is the guest of Mrs. H. C. Willis. Miss Dollie Lisk, of Hrenham, visited in Caldwell last Sunday.- Tom Tidwell, of Kd wards Prairie was in Caldwell, Monday. Hon. C. C. Garrett, of Hren- ham, paid Caldwell a visit Tues- day. A. L. Kwing. «if the Brazos bottom was in the city Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Dun Stanseli, of Hrenham spent Sunday in the city. = = Miaa Elisa Moore, of Baylor, came down on a visit to Mr*. Wm. Kecvealaat Tues- day. Mrs. A. L. Kwing, of fCwing'a Store, visited Mrs. D. C. Alford several days during the past week. Mrs. W. I. Hesle...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

NOME. BY LADY COOK. Our subject is a trite and well- worn one, yet it never wearie and never grow* stale. In the hearts of our race, perhaps above all others, the word home, among* those who have felt its real mean- ing is associated with whatever ia sweetest and purest in life. Wc think of home as the seat of all gentle influence—peace, love, happiness, and unselfish de- lights, The poets have never tired of singing its praises, and one of them has told us in homely but pathetic verse, that «be it ever so humble, there's no place like home. A home is the place where those who love meet together in private communion; the place where they can unbend and be at ease among those who are dear- eat to them. Home Tooke tells na that the word is the past par- ticiple of the Anglo-Saxon verb haeman, to come together. aa we have seen, we have in- veatcd it with a thousand tender >ciations, which make it the ay ra bol of domestic felicity. Yet, in every social sphere we may find that there ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

MR Primary E/octions. bribe or offer to bribe j«ny voter for.,he l""'POIM! hi vote at any primafy election Th«c.. .n(f pr.mar.e ««n | ^ 1 « that there i* a law upon the stat- ...... .l4¡ . . * \ Síta.*. oí .he- t to which is as |K,"l,ial - r""' uu ' ... .• , °™te, ujH>n conviction thereof aDi)licablc t« nomination for L ,.,ii i • i . . „ ' J ... i I punished by « fine nut office lis to elections, an.I that1 ... . " t n , , ... exceeding five hundred dollars. «mular pa.ns and penalties are Section 7. The fact that ma. provided f* r illegal voting at pri- citien and towns of this state will ##•/« Losos Tk§ First Battlo. New York DUpatch. One of the men of the battle ship Texas, in full uniform, bur- dened with small bundles of mer- chandise which he had bought preparatory to groin^ to Key many j ^"est to j°'n bin ship, was walk- Everybody is Invited t inarv elections as are set down i i.,,|j • , 4. , 1 • , . .. * hold their elections at an earlv for infractions of the law irovern- ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 April 1898

•• f r ■' '■ v" P w p w 4$. MM DM £ Stories of tl)* Street. —There is a big picnic at Buf- falo today. —An engine to be used by the Texas Tie & Lumber Company located at Somerville passed through here Sunday for that place. —Crowds going dewberry hunting are numerous. As there & an unlimited supply this spring we suppose success crowns their search. —D. E. Reeves and family, L. Cromartie's family and part of C. A. Broaddus' family composed a party that went out in search of dewberries Wednesday. —It seems Vernon Dalrymple has arrived at Key West all O. K. A correspondent to the Post Monday from Giddings stated he had been there about ten days. —About 100 of our population turned out Friday morning at the depot to see the troops that were destined for Galveston pass through but after inquiring they learned they had gone another route. —The regular meeting of Camp 199, Woodmen of the World will be held next Monday night, May 2. A new «side degree has been received, and a full ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

«If'íí TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XIX. <M?R AIM IS THE GRBATKHT BENEFIT TO THE FARMER* AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1898. NO. 1. Í FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. ] SOMKRVILLE. KoUKKVIM.K, Tcxa*. Mil) 1M. KI'ITOHS Mkws*CUNONICI.K: The little mix year old girl of Mr. and Mr . W. K. Brooks wan snake bitten last Saturday at ( p. m. After night its suffering- proving Monday. She and also Miss Hartsficld will leave this week for their respective homes, Miss Lumkin, Waco, and Miss Hartsficld, Ten- nessee. Will Lovelace was over from . , Mumford Sunday. He reported became very great; one limb was . , t • ,, 4 . .A , . the killing of another white man 1tu ma#ni*nl uttn n bv a negro there Saturday. The young- people were to swollen twice its natural size. The family wired Dr. York of Brenham in time to catch the have a «storm party at Ale* night train and sa\e the child. , ,, , . " ~T ,, .. . , .. , ! Maye Mondav night. No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

CALDWELL NEW9-CNII0MCLE., é Jtmta. unm —4 MfriUH. lasued Every Kriduv Mor lug. OAS EXAMPLE. Waco Timek-Herald. The dilly-dally policy of this country in all matters pertaining to foreign affair and the result flowing therefrom were never better exemplified than in the present situation at Havti. The United States are in des- perate need of a coaling station, somewhere in the West Indies, and either San Domingo or Hayti offer fine harbors for the pur- pose; but this stands in the way: Both republics have a secret treaty agreement that neither shall ever alienate a foot of soil to any extraneous power for any purpose, and while San Domingo is anxious to accommodate the United States, Hayti stands in the way. The reason for Hayti's coolness dates no further back than a few months ago when Ger- many was permitted to exact by brute force of arms an outrage- ous indemnity from Hayti. on ac- count of Leuders. Had the United States then interposed by so much as an informal protest, which mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

*iT: ' /• ■ i.. -.- < '■•¿■"• Y '' , ' SP^SR " n*r Cry to Mi ft" New York, May H.- Foul I" cries «ha defeated oae. It wm ever thua. Nat beviag ony eicu*e ready (or beiag cnuhingly defeated, the Spaaiarde whiae about unfair fighting. < They bateberded a* with petroleum bombs," wnf the Spanish dispatch** from Maaila to Madrid. What pe- troleum Mobs are the Spaniel* die- peteha* do aot explain, but the beaten doai mt to eoavey the impremiou cbat (oal fighting beet thorn. At a matter of tat all the world kaowa that they were beaten (airly and •qiarely, but aven if naw and terrible munitteaatf war had been introduc ed by the Americaae the dona would have to bear in mind that "all's fair in love aad war." and the vanquish** onea do not arouse aay sentiment but contempt by squealing after the blow. All war is barbaroua, but the civil- izad nations have not yet fouad any otber way of settling their nlffereacea. The powers of Europe in their keen rivalry agree aot to use explosive bull...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

u'jr ¡y. , ■' fe üí' tmy rrtdkf *1 Caldwell. T im TEXAS NEWS NOTES. The photographer* of Texas have formad an association. Pbotographsrs will organic* to last (ha state occupation tax. Two oasss of smallpox ware reported •t Wharton iaturday. Dallas county has a very large flag fating from the tower of its court house. Texas dog fanciers held a meeting in Dallas and organised a state com- ing clab. Texas bankers hare put themselves on record as favoring oonds for war purposes. Prank McBriarty. of Taylor, is an- otner Texan with Dewey at Manila. He was on the Baltimore. Sunday's excursion traína carried thousand's of vlaitors to Austin to sea the Texas troops at Camp Mabry. Fort Worth made a special oecasion of raising a big U. S. on the dome ot Tarrant's courthouse—150 feat high. Ex-Con federates of Orear county, Ok, met and organiaed a brigade. W. A. Putman elected brigadier gen- eral. Mrs. Kate Cabell Currie, president of the Daughters of the Confederacy, was given a reception at C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

i *., ' \\ 'rmm S:?/^W^Wm W ' ' • Jy'VM'j '¿ v,;^:" ."' .>$p WHR WJWIIK W. Simpwn Pour Shot and Shell into Porto Rico (or Three Hourt. SUMMARY OF THE WAR NEWS. Altai the Cap* Tm4« rieet- Sterve- tlon la Neveaa—19,000 Troops lot Masáis. Progress of the war «u summarised thus up to Tuesday. Dewey continues his blockade of Manila aed tie Philippines, and es* pects aid of the insurgent* at the proper tima. The Wsshinttton gov arnment has appointed (ten Merritt ss military governor of the islands, and has ordered 15,000 American troop. to the aid of Dewey. Spam is reported as orgaaizang five bettalioes of M>oo each for an expedí tion to the Philippines 10 relieve the Spanish governor there. The Spanish Cape \ erds fleet is nearing the south roamuf Cut*. while Sato]*<>n is rounding the «-astern end of the island and Schley the western and. with the hoj>e of giving t«attle. The Americans «-ntered Cienfuegoe bay, and. under a heavy tire frotu the shore, succeeded id cutting t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

'É* OUR SUPERIORITY OVER SPAIN- It* HoaKm' VmMmm to b9 THt BB ÉÉ ■ i*¡'; ' w' K Hi Pié' I m:}; if! :i m. life i Washington, Msy 15.—Rosr Ad- miral Irwin, retired, give* the follow- io« analysis of the comparative strength of the American and Spaniah squadrons and bis forecast of the •teat in esse of an engagement. Ad- miral Irwin's samming up is brief, but at affective as a 10-inch gun. «•The Spaniah squadron woald not ksTI a chance in the world," he said, "ia an engagement with either Samp- sea's or Senley's squadron. Either one would whip Ihe Spaniards off tha fase of the sea. I doubt very much if the Spaniah hare aay intention of jawing issue. My theory is that they were obliged to leave Spanish waters and come to the West Indies by reason of popular clamor at home. They hoped, perhaps to pick up some of our smaller ships, but nave no disposition for battle, ll would be simple suiside. I hear that the squadron is now off Curacao. It is probable they figure on making a hurried run...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

r- people you know •MU Ml. I ■ i " V John Thornton spent last Tuesday n Lyon . J. C. Barnett, of Lyons, was* on our streets Monday. Dr. Jenkins went to Temple Wednesday on business. Mrs. Jim Bowerh, of Deanville, was in Caldwell Wednesday. Jim Duckworth, of Brazos bot- tom, attended court here this week, W. (>. Addision and Joe Stone, of Deanville, were in Caldwell this v eek. Walter Murray left Wednes- day to attend the festivities at Urenham. K. S. Newsome, of Whittaker, was in town this week attending county court. Pierce Moore and T.J. Carter, of Lyons, were in town this week attending court. Judge Spencer Ford and J. K. liutler, of Bryan, have been at- tending court this week. Dr. T. < >. (¡orinan left Mon- day night to attend the State Dental association at Waco. W. W. Searcy. <>! Hrenham, was in town this week attending court, returning Thursday. Rev. Jeff D. Kay and son, Car- roll, left Tuesday morning for a few day's \isit to Huntsville. W. K. Human, of Dalla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

1:11 E;¡ . I m OUR SUPERIORITY OVER SPAIN giihlniM to be Tnt •4 Soon. WMhtngton, Miy 15.—Resr Ad- miral ireria, retirad, gives the follow- iac analysis of the comparative strength of the American and Spanish squadrons and hie forecast of the •vest in caee of an engagement. Ad- miral Irwin's ramming up is brief, but sa effective ss a 10-inch gun. ••The Spanish squadron would not have a chance in the world," he «aid, «fes an engagement with either Samp- son's or Seniey's squadron. Either one would whip the Spaniards off the fses of the sea. I doubt very much if the Spanish have aay intention of joining issue. My theory is thst they wera obliged to leave Spanish waters and come to the West Indies by reeeon of popular clamor at home. They hoped, perhaps, to piek up some of our sisaller ships, but have ao disposition for battle. It would be simple suiside. I hear that the squadron is now off Curacao. It is probable they figure on making a hurried run to a Cuben r:—Cienfuacoa. I would say...

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