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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

la «to "The last boy in the paint room hi* a hard Uino of it," aaid a well, known scenic artiat to a Now York Sun reporter. "I know that from experience. I berrán aa the last boy, ¿ml 1 a in alway* intonated in ln«t buy*. My lateat last boy liu* disap- jaárol, faded, gone, and I have been wondering what happened to hint. •We have been doing tie work for a fine lady without asking question*. After many repulses from poor fal- lows who wero not despera to enough for such a venture, he met with an excise man, who snid he "could not b$ in a worse condition than ho was," and accordingly went with the inn- keeper and made a tender of himself, which was all he had to bestow on the lady, who immediately went with him to one who gave them a license and inado them man and wife, on which the bride gave her spouse £'¿00, and ros. A Mas «fea IM two big productions this foil, and | more delay left the town and I have been so ruahed that 1 employed ¡ ,he brulc'«ro1ü"1 t({ .find out wh° extra men. ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 May 1898

===== Stories of the Street. Your Millinery r'A W'rr M$t-! Imf '* II i te llH A'- ■ —The firm of E. Ci. & J. W. Jenkins, jeweler *, etc., ha been dissolved, K. G. Jenkins re- tiring*. Jesse W. Jenkins will continue the business in his own name as he originally started out. Notice change in his ad. —J. C. Hale has about fifteen tons of the finest oat we have seen lately piled up on his cotton platform. —A small crowd of Caldwell's Bachelor element went to Bren- ham on the afternoon train to see tiie wind-up of the conductors' ficnic. —Wash Jones, candidate for congress from this district will address the voters of Burleson county at the court house May 28 at 2 p. m. —Being a di versifier and a good manager in several re- pects, W. W. Watson always has a surplus of something to sell during the hard months of the year. Tuesday he brought in about $?25.00 worth of wool. B. Hunt For Treasurer. e this week announce the 'name of Ben B. Hunt as a candi- date for the office of treasurer ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

RííTN ■.-•-"ir - ■ " < ' * "AL Hg Caldwell News-Chronicle Ul'K AIM IK THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1898. m NO. Z i PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. ] BOMERVILLE HommhVI1.L.K, Texas, May 25. EiuToki N w#-Chkokici.k: Watermelons and canteloupes are in full bloom. So happy times for the darkey will Moon be here. He can be ween now sitting on fences picking his teeth watching* dat melon on de vine. Wild grapes unci haws are large enough now for making pies. Several negroes around the 1 tie plant have been hurt recently from handling heavy timber*. Dewberry's are gone and corn is tasaelling and silking. Your correspondent is now feasting on his early patch. Creen corn1 cream and butter, is like hom-v dew on the lips. F. M. Brown's mother, from Chicago), arrived a few evenings since and will spend the summer with him, to his delight, as he han been in Texas, away from her for some time. IKi. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

CALDWELL REWS-CHRONICIX , 4 jomen. Editor md laaued Krerjr Prlaity Mornlug. ' A TYPÍCAL PHARISEE. HoVMtOII Po t. Tbe Post cannot obtain its own consent to treat with the silent contempt which is to an extent ■tented, an editorial appearing In the April number of the Amer- ¡can Messenger, on «Poor White Women of Our Southern Cities. *The fact that this American «Messenger is published by the American Tract Society, de- mands that special attention be called to the palpably malicious editorial in question. The unknown Pharisee and ig- noramus who penned the article was seeking to impress upon his readers the «Christian duty of looking after these «poor white women in our «Southern cities —all the «poor whites in New York, where the Messenger is published, presumably being •aved, sanctified and physically rolling in clover, so to speak. fiercí11"0 extracts from the edi- torial: During: the early years after the war the churches were fully occupied with the religious and moral education...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

The nomination for Ropeoooatotim. <i\> The Demócrata of Bt:rle ou County. Caldwell Texas May 24, lM'ftf. Not being present last Satur- (1 or representative I take this means! , .. .... 111 . made a speech in which he de- « f trivinsr expression to my irrat-1 ^ . .. . ¡uured that no achievements of the present war would, he thought, eijual those of 1K(,1-íj5 Hiaon or rrn km wm. Dr. Jen 9ayt Scutherntr* Have o Meeerd Hard te Equal. ilaltiniorc Sun. At a meeting of Lee Camp of GETTINfi KUY 'i' ,-WWpg , .V. a trying ordeal to face. If sh«j doea not ,v when your convention hon-L, , i * ' m .,v «iiv . j Confederate Veterans recently red ine with the nomination for L. w ., . . , • . ,• i 4i. 4U: ... tht Kcv- l>1'- J- William Jones ¡tilde for the favor and sin- cere manifestation of your es- teem. It was no more a surprise to my friends than myself that I should bo so unexpectedly chosen as one worthy of this instruction, when I had made no hid for favor nor had I expressed any int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

m Í#T I laaued Every Friday Morning. stored In the Caldwell postofllce a wo- -elas matter. wait for official report be- fore deciding- just what h*n hap- pened. AOVINTISIN* NATIS. sx Display ads one Insertion twenty cents per inch; two Insertions tlilrty-flve cents pet Inch; one >0011111 sixty cent* per Inch. I ratss «even and one-bslf rents per t Insertion nnd five cents per line subsequent Insertion. Obituaries. cards of thanks and notices of itertalnmentK riven for religions, oduca- al or charltnble purposes at halt ragu rates. .. I notices of all kinds WOO per hundred Is first Insertion and AO cents per huu words each tulwequent insertion. Positively no reductions will be made above rates. •ate lion Wl ssK The Ncws-Chrokici.b desires 11 corros- lent st every postoflce in the county. In cxrhunre wfll furnish the paper. sta- tionery and pmtiiifc free. Will be pleased to spond With any ono on the suoject. SUBSCRIPTION RATBS: mine Three Vear Months Montns « M 1 00 M Caldwell, Tex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

«••mal that his eaectacular entrance ■ •' fu IwihM'-ttlilw of Oollufc Under date of May 15. John T. MoCutohoon, who is with Dewey's .squadron it Manila, cablet from Hong Kong to the Chicago Record, at fol- low: The dispatch from Washington pro- moting Cotton)odore Dewey to the rank of Admiral came back with uaon the McCulloch. Leaving Hong Kong laft Sunday afternoon, at which time «y last dispatch was filad, we made eseellant time back to Manila Bay, ar- riving there Tueaday afternoon. The in «signs were delivered on Tuesday, but the Admiral's flag waa not hoisted until Wednesday morning. By that time the news cf the promotten had l>aaeed throughout the flset. Next morning, at the hoisting of the Admiral's flag, the visiting war- ships were ready. The British armor- ed cruiser Immortalite, Iwgan the general salute of thirteen guns. The German cruisers Princes Wilhelm and Cormomnt, the French cruiser Brtiix ami the Japanese cruiser Naniwa Joined in. The American flagship answered ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

Pfflfpflp .V'vr i. toy «', :«< , ifi #> '"' v1--.' ftp. Hum;. é jfe'l TEXAS NEWS NOTES. Heavy hail Mono in Grayeon county hoe daasaged crops. Dallas soap factory wee burned, with o lost of $60,000. Grand Salino i« to hsve o new salt, makiag plant. Bollon i* to have an ico plant in uoo tho coming seasoa. They ara catchieg 48 peunp catfieb in tko Lamponas river at Bolton. One hundred and fifty colored families ore preparing to leave Fannin county for Liberia. The famoua Birdaoye view land cooe from Nuecoi county has been finally Production of petrol euro at Corn, oxctedt the demand and storage capacity. Rod River has a big frasbet on froa the numerous cloudbursts and waterspouts. Government officials are not permit tine any kodak work about the forts at Galveston. Jocksonville has begun the ship ment of new potatoes aad tomatoes to the large consuming markets. A Blooming Grove boy had an eye spurred out by a rooster he wse trying to catch in the barn. At Stephenville. Tom Wright...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

TEXAS AMD TEXANt. paapb tf> justly proud of bar ml Hill i mm of learning—both public «ad frían*. Her (dm eohoei «ystem ie groviag wry y«nr mote porfsct and oomplete, «ai htr oolleges with tbs educational mmp by faU. to mad ' development and general pregrase of oar stole, antil today our ooilegee and nnivemitiee compare moat favor ably with the beet of ibo alder Main. There an a soorr of vary eupenor denominational md Dun ssotoriaa col 1mm scettored Uiroaghout Tasaa—in- stitutions presided ovor by educator* who hove for equals and no superiors among similar institutions in the oidor •astern «tatas. Our stats institution At Austin, Bryan sod HuotsviUs are unsurpsseed for real merit by oven the universities which sre femous for oncallonee only for s greater number of Tesaos ahould pstronise their own institutions ol learning. A younir msn «dusted st the schools snd uaiversi- uee of our own sute starts out in lifs with decided advantage over the one whose *wo to four years collego li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

%' p BSps I,. m f V;,;. I i BE fBfMtOiD'efRW. 11mi*: TIm loaf drouth *h brok- Ml by a good rain. Overton, Rusk oounty: A fino rain fttt bora, it being the first we hove bod for * long time. Decatur, .Wiss county: Another rain oid tho email groin crop it irod so for oi moieture is concerned. McKinner, Colli county: Tho heaviest rainfall for over o year poured down here, amounting to over two Nevado, Collin county: A heavy rain fell throughout this section, by for too much, following tho reboot rains of lost week. Seguin, Guadalupe county: Crops in this ssotion were never better at this time of tho year, but gardens al- an entire failure from insects. Wsethorford, Parker county: A regular ground-soaker foil here. The formers say that this ram insures a Tory fine oal crop in this county. Hillsboro, Hill county: The first oats of this year's crop were marketed hora in tho sheaf at 3$ cents. They wore raised by C. J. Surginer of Cu!p. Bastrop: A regular water*i>out fell here, lasting ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

rita* J ■ $g I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Geo. Hartsfield was on the nick lim Wednesday. Little Luther Jenkins han been quite ill thin week. Little Tom Gílley, has been on the Hick list thin week. Dr. J. N. Mayfield, of I)ean- v¡lie. wan in town Wednesday. Sheriff D. K. Teague, of Bren- ham. wan in the city this week. Mis* Bonnie Lee returned last Sunday from a visit to Nava- sota. John Tate, of («iddings. was in town Wednesday attending court Miss Jennie Mae Smith leaves today for a week's visit to Lyon . Sam Gaines, of Parker's Store in the bottom, was in the city Monday. (J. U. Watson, of (tiddings, was in the city thin week attend- ing district court. Lillie Holik has been quite nick during this week, but ia te- ported recovering today. M iss Geanie Muldrew, of Nav- asotn, visited Misse tfeldu and Blanche Heslep last Friday. Mrs. W. K. Hon.an, of Dallas, i«* to arrive in the city in a few days, on visit to relatives and friends. Gen. Fagan returned last Sun- day to Caldwell, from Cotu 11a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

m i§í: ■ í. WW K m P"'.; Tko PkiUipit Islandt. iptiHt &tandard. those who have viaited the island* as a naturally industrious and peaceable people, content to till their small farms, and live The Phillipine Islands lie in , th«Pacific ocean. oil the south- quietly, but who arc driven into eaat coast of China, and north of | constant rebellion by unjust the ¡Bland of Borneo. The group ¡ ><"""• nd "* robbenea com- consists of 1,3011 islands with an :'"'«cd by the Spanish govern- area of about 150,000 square miles. The main island, Luzon, has an area of 51,000 square miles, about as la rye as the state of Alabama. Many of the smaller islands of the group have never been surveyed, and but little is known in regard to them. The population is probably between 8,000,000 and 9,000,000, composed principally of the native races and Malays. Of the native races the Tagals and Bisay- ers are the most numerous and civilized. They live in cities and the cultivated lowlands. The mountains...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

Tho Bmh % ipi*. The Stock snd Farm Journal. The «Bacon Hoy discussion ¡s still gointf on in the agricul- tural journals of the country and a few advocates of the Tamworth occasionally appear in print, though a larger number of those who desire breeding the «lean meat hog prefer the Yorkshire. Ah it is simply a question of profit raising and feeding in the pork producing sections it seems thiit it will be difficult to persuade breeders and feeders to produce the bacon hog for market until the buyers will give a price that will compensate for the extra cost of producing it. That is jusl what puckers in this country have so far declined to do. Not only that but they give a decided preference to the very fat bags in all the markets. But while existing conditions do not warrant now raising lean meat hogs for the market it seems that the discussion «#f their mer- its tends ♦.< stimulate the same preference for them iu this ioun- iry that has existed long in Great Britain and that the t...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 May 1898

Ka: fe ill' m l mmmmmmmm Stories of tb« Street. —The rain* Sunday did con- siderable damage to our streets that had been lately graveled. 1 —Last Saturday is said to have been one of the busiest days Caldwell has seen for quite a long time. —Several couples enjoyed two •r three hours, socially, at the residence of Mrs. J. B. Lamkin Wednesday night. —The city is doing some grad- ing on the street in front of the jpstoffice that will improve it wonderfully—especially, during a tig rain. —Letters received from a num- Herofthe boys, Company I, 1st Texas, at Mobile, report all well and very well satisfied with their surroundings. —The Woodmen of the World will hold their regular monthly neeting on Monday night. May 30. All members are requested to attend if possible. —Any one desiring to send mail ta persons who are in the army, should address as follows: John Smith, Company 1, First Texas Infantry, Mobile, Ala- bama. —Last Sunday's rain was said to have been one of the hardest in years....

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

í5 - ■ ? • ' • M£f Caldwell News-Chronicle. TWELVE PA0E8. VOL. XIX. nl'K AIM IS THK IIKKATKST IIKNKFIT TO THE FARMERS AXIi WORKING PEOPLE OK BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE .t, 1898. NO. 3. & t. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j ' «re ***«#« e «-e-o e-ce « c t e c cm i SOMKRVILI.E. HoMRKVil.tl, Texa*. June 1. KniToHS Nkwk-Chkosu i.k: K<1 Burbanks left last Sunday for Chicago to be at the funeral .of his brother, Herbert, who died a few days ago in California, of consumption. Ho was ex-presi- dent of the tie and lumber pre- serving company of thin place. Ed left with seemingly many regrets and he was very popular here. He may not return to Somerville. Little boys amuse themselves by jumping on to each passing- train to the great horror of | the more intelligent portion of the c«>mmunitv. M< thei s, it cer- tainlv cannot In- but a short while before you will have some of them to bury. Mr« . K. A. Brantley,Sr., is vis- iting friend* in thr country. Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

'"•fWITf,' CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE.. 7 t MIU , (Mm md A*mIh Kgp IP; K;.' IgfcT DANCER OI S TENDENCIES. Houston Pout. Nothing was ever more truly ■aid than that eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. The max- im m one of those proverbial saying's that cannot be too often repeated, nor too thoroughly i in- pressed upon the mind of the citizen. A republican form of government has not within itself «principle of unfailing perpetu- ity; nor is it a phoenix that may renew itself from the flames and ashes of ignorance and dcma- gogism. The enemies of the liberties of mankind are numerous and pow- erful, and free institutions arc constantly imperiled by the cen- tralizing tendencies of aggraga- ted wealth and the nionarchial spirit which they inevitably cre- ate. It is a notable fact of history that democracies have never been founded except as a result of long years of intolerable ty rany and that the process of their undoing is almost as slow and laborious as that of their building. T...

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

no* cm cwrtam. I > Utt* torn «•**•/ Mm Tm 1st to Imt CAM i* COI-IINOKK, i Mobile. Ala., Muy 2( . S Ji.itobh Nkws-CHH NICI.K: I will try and if ¡ve you the news as it ha happened aince we left Camp Mabry, though niñee I have been in camp I can hardly get time to collect my thought enough to write a decent letter to any one. The duties of a non-commis- sioned officer are ho many that I I have very little time to spare. We have to get up in the morn- ing at reveille and fall in to roll call. Next, we make up our lie (Is. clean and tie up the tent, and wash and prepare for break- fast. At men call we fall in and march to breakfast. After break- fast we proceed to clean up around campandcompany street. Our street has been named Texas Avenue. We left Austin on the l'*th, Thursday eve. Thursday morn- ing reveille was sounded thirty minutes earlier, and things were put in motion for our departure. We went out for practice drill and guard mounting. After re- turning toeamp we went through...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

1 CALDWELL KWS-CNMMCLt. mm * Jim , uum * *> Ihum) Every Friday Morning. Eatcred In tlie Caldwell pnatofllc u aec •a<4lui matter. AOVBRTISINS NATI . (Maula* Nd one Insertion twenty eenta Mr hichs two Insertion lhlrty-¿ve rent* par Inch; one month *l*ty cent* |H<r Inch. Uml rot®# «aven and one-liulf eenta per Prat Iii arMon und Ave cent per Hue 1 subMNiuvnt Insertion. Obltuarlea. card* of tliank* and notice of MfirtnliiT *' r'""" for religion , educa- tioaal or charitable purpo at half regu- lar rate . Lmnl notice* of all kind fl.OO per Imndred wort Br t Inaertlo*. and so cent per bun- wad wold each ub i |uunt Insertion, Positively i.o reduction will be made from above rate . The NBWB-t'HHomci.g desires u eorre*- •ondent at every uontofflce In the county. mm! In I'xchang*' will furnish the paper, sta- tionery and postage free. IVIII I*' pleased to correspond with any one on the subject. subscription hatss: One Year ... Wi Month .... Three Montns ft SO I 00 so Caldwell. Texas,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

fki amted Washington, May 30—Henry Ktr- msa, editor of tho Lonnoa Daily C&roaicle, whoee letters iron this city during tbs V enesuelan boundary dig* puts Attract*! sush widespread atten- tion, i in Waahiugtoa m war corra. I apondaat of bis papar The following latter of hi waa cabled to London, «mi the Aaaociated Presa waa favored with a copy: ••Siace toy arrival I hare sought diligently la all quarters for aome out- line or auggeetion, of tbo policy to be pursued by tbe United States ia the immediate futuro. Tba raault of the war is a foregone conclusion. Each day's news ha^ therefore, only an in- cidental iatereat. Bat wholly aritbout intention on the part ef Iba adtuinia* uation the country ia rapidly ap- proaching a aituatioa where a deciaion more raomoetous than any for a cen- tury ;>aat must tie taken. The reault of this decision will affect European nations hardly leas than America ttaeH. Upon such matter 1 have been unwilling to eav a word until con- vinced it was baae...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

M, m Ü. •tin most as oeiaweii. Tesas TEXAS NEWS NOTES. tower rato of ieteraet ia But who* lb* now bondeshould be sold to the school food, to that tho interact will be kf in the state ssd aseé here to aseintein •ur eeboele. Generally, county of- ficials have declined to cell tho bonds to Ibo aehool fund bo foreign in vectors, knowing that the state Mard of education ta limited to A new compveaa is to be built at % 5 cnt At bi(j A malí - - —« premium for them. This, it is re- spectfully labmitted, la falto economy end poor flnaociering. In every in atanco coming under my obeerration it can be shown that the amali premium AtBreohan Cha . Ka** «• «*|J*'«■fc>2 «¡"ÜTJ52ÍÍLS Grsenville to be vaedy lor the next eaaaon'a business. A ruling of the treasury deportment at Washington haa made Sabine Paaa a eub port of entry ione 000. At Chiekemauge ptwvis unloaded, valued at $305 eight weeka' idleoeaa tho ooal itTsylorville, III, have hanged laat Friday. He _ of aentence to bo tried for lanec...

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