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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

= <v, WH assuming great proportions. fki Wat a Mora •ifantlc Pndortah- lag Than at Pint Amikt Adispatch from Washington to tba S«« York Tribuna says: Anotbar call for voluntas!* Is undar consideration by tba military autheri ties, although it may not be iaauad (or at iaast a weak or two, or, at any rate, astil tbe invasion of Cuba has bagua aad lbs necessity for additional troops is clearly demonstrated. Tbe difficul- ty of arming aad equipping many of tbe «oldiera already mustered into ssr- rioe are rapidly dissppearing, and from the experienced gained in the re- cent call army officers are satisfied that more than a month will be consumed in mustering in an additional 50,000 men, aad that in this time equipments can be pre]«rati for that number. Tbe unexpected and extraordinary draiu on tlfte regular and volunteer force oy the Philippine expeditions, necessitating at the outset 15,000 mea. together with the prospect that Spain will not be influenced by European powers to abando...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

Ir '. «■ seb te New Mje¡ One INTEHESTINO ENTEBPWISt ■UtCC Pwcheeod $250.000 la Mwlew HItm. York, Mij 29.—The Preee of the most interacting preparations for the outfitting of the Moailn expeditions has just been aa The government has pur 250,000 Mexican dollars, which Merntt «rill take along lo defra; the expenses of the expedition. Tb: amount is not expeeted to last long, bat more will be sent bim from time to I By purchasing Mexican d nil an a great saving is made. It is possible to obtain Mexican dollars at 4$ cents each, thus obtaining from one Ameri- tan dollar two Mexican ones and leev- ing 8 cents over toward the parchase of a third. In other words, Uncle Sam was able to buy 250,000 Mexican dollars for $116,000. They were bought in San Francisco. In the Philippines a Mexican dollar will buy more than an American dol- lar, so that the expensas of Gen. Mer ritt's expedition after it once lands in Manila wiil be less than one half what they would otherwise be. As to the aoldiers....

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

I n a * PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Miss Alma Sanders was quite sick Tuesday. R. !\ Pool, of Milano, was in the city Thumday. T. K. Batte, of Bryan, attended court here Tuesday. Miss Nellie Parkhill in re- ported quite ill this week. Mrs. Ike Broaddus returned Tuesday from a trip to Bren* ham. Attorney Butler, of Bryan, was in the city Wednesday after- noon. Dr. Oliver, was on the sick list several days during the past week. Col. K. M. Griffin, of Lyons, was in town this week attending court. George Tate, of Waco, spent Sunday in Caldwell visiting friends. Mrs. S. ( . Ragsdale left yes- terday for an extended visit to K1 Paso. Dr. W. H. Oliver, of Bryan, I came over Wednesday on a visit to his father. Miss Jennie Mae Smith re- turned Wednesday from a week's visit to Lyons. R. Gross, a prominent business man of Brenham. was on our streets Monday. Ben B. Hunt made a flying trip to Brenhain and Lyons last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I'. W. Wood and children. of Brenham. spent last Sunday in the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

PLUTOCRATIC IMMNtlALIIM. B. P. Bland in Mlululppl Valley Democrat Your journal is doing well in keeping the question in our do- mestic politics, prominent before the people. We have important matters to settle before the peo- ple and the plutocrats of this country. While endeavoring to give liberty to the people of Cuba, we should not lose sight of the freedom and prosperity of our •wn country. Indeed, the war with its attendant expenditures, makes it all the more necessary that our financial system, both as regards the money issue and the system of taxation should be watched with zealous care. The republican party is deter- mined, if possible, to increase fcrgely our interest bearing debt, and also to increase the taxation, already overburden- some upon the people. This in- creased taxation is to be placed upon articles of consumption, and on transactions of trade, in which the masses of the people are directly interested. They are made to bear a disproportion- ate share of the bur...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

m ?0/W «/ </ 4fg£f. IVxa Stock and Farm Journal. In these war timen the farmer wh<> haw wheat, oat , hay, corn anil hotfw is most apt to realize a fair remuneration for his labor and investment. It is not so with the agriculturist who has risked all on cotton. How pecu- liar is human nature at best; one renter farmer who has put in a large onion crop, said today, he hoped the war would last long- enough to enable him to sell them at per bushel, while an- other renter was anxious that the war would soon end, so he could get something for his cot- ton. The one had staked his all on all on onions, and the other thinking everybody was about1 quitting cotton, did not plant j corn enough to feed his team I until Christmas. These areiso-i lated cases, for the bulk of Col- lin county farmers, are men of foresight and enterprise, for they j have planted a l ig corn crop, i conscious that it i the only way to insure a good sized hog prod- uct. We may in coming years, learn to depend ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 June 1898

Wf' \>< Stories of ti)* Street. —Rev. Jeff D. Ray will preach at Deanville Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Everybody in cor- dially invited. —Our Cooke Point correspon- dent attended a German picnic this week, so our readers must make allowances. —The Methodist and Presby- terian picnic yesterday was at- tended by a large crowd and a merry time was enjoyed by all. —The flag1 recently purchased by subscription, is now at J. M. Pagan's and will be raised with appropriate ceremonies in a few days. —Marriage licenses have been issued the past week to Levi Bentley and Mrs. Ella Watson; Albert Fleming- and Mrs. Fannie Williams and Karl Matijka and Miss Emilie Markava. \ —The next Fifth Sunday meet- ing of the Little River associ- ation will be held with the Salem church near Cookes Point next October. The July meeting will not be held because of the fact that the association meets about that time with the Providence church. —The Baptist denomination will begin a protracted meeting at...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

/ ff yp-: Caldwell News-Chronicle OtTK AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1898. NO. 4. tt 0 ft <* 1 ■ FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j ífi-Ct'frKtfrC&frCefrCfre-frC* HOOKHRVILLH. HooKKKVll.l.K, Tria . June 7. ElUTOMM Nkwí-Chuouici.k: Last Wednesday morning Kd« ward's and Hooker prairie, were the recipient!* of a heavy rain and same wind. The brittle corn i twisted and part of it topped. For the past week blackberry picking is all the rage. The wide expanse of the marsh daily looks like a picnic gathering. From its black, boggy, buggy, bosom, a luxuriant harvest of lus- cious fruit is being gathered. Mrs. (irider, of Helton, is here visiting with H. Benson and fam- ily. Miss Kmma Milliard, of Cald- well, is also with us dissemina- ting her smiles and merriment among a h' *t of friends and rela- tives. We are ver v glad to record that Mr . Burns some better and gradually gaining h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

WtSrñ NEWS-CHRONICLL. U: If Mí-" é JOtKtH. tditort Md PrtpritUn. POR BONDS AND HOOD I.E. Miuiiulppi Valley Democrat. In the play of the great forces put in motion since the decla- ration of war with Spain, the ob- ject with which war was declared •eems to be almost entirely ig- nored by the dominant faction at Washington. A great army of contractors is in the field, and is expected that expens;^ noon reach^ two ^WWon* per day. In t^e connection Jrca^ energy Is being applied to the work of securing votes to prevent the taxation of trusts and monopolies for war purposes; to stop the coinage of silver now on hand, or the issue of certifi- cates against it; to render impos- sible the issue of treasury notes to pay expenses, and instead of this, to force an issue of from three to five hundred million dol- lars in bonds to be used as a basis for the issue of a corpora- tion currency with government endorsement. As an incident of these plans, which invoke permanent pluto- cratic control of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

OIR YOUNO MEN. TTucv Tele|ihohé. One of the moMt alarming and wh:ch he ban been thoughUft**iy cultivating1. If thin revelation in connection with the record* of •extraordinary fact revealed by :1 ecru,*¡n(f officer* ahall have |he ,he circumstance of the present1 effect of di*cou raging the une of war. in the low degree of physic-1 c|ir*retteK generally the fortunate al aowwlneHH that prevail*among ciit umstance may be very reas- tho young men examined for ad- °nabl>' remembered as one of the mittanoe to the army. Literally most VHluab,e consequence* of speaking, tens of thousands of °/,r misunderstanding with the voting fellows at that age when Spaniards, us even a conipensa- inanly vigor is supposed t< be *'on ^ol horrors and losses of and ought to be at its best, have thenar. been rejected by mustering 1 he abandonment of the ciga- officers because of Home organic 1 l'tte habit cannot be too insist* weakness or other deficiency cntly urged upon our young men. making them in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

CALDWELL REWS^NRONICLE.. mm < Jtmi. idm a* I mum) Every Friday Morn ios. ■atorad In the Caldwell pn«U>fllc« m sec- oalHtlut obiter. IN Mil ay a<ln one Insertion twenty cenia par Imeii two toaertloM tlilrtjr-ire «mi pur Inch; one mouth nlxty eeut ikt lucí . Uml ntu «even and one-half eenta per Una Brut luaerMon und live oeuU per line Mdi «ubMtiuent liinertlun. Otoltuarle . curd* of tliank* and notice of •atortalnmenu if I ven for relljrlona, oduea- ttunal or charitable purpoac at half regu- lar ratoa. Irreal notice of all kind* «00 per hundred fUNM Brat Insertion und SO cent* per hun- dred word each nubaequent luaertlou. Coaltively no reduction* will be made Ilia above rate*. The NkWS-CHRonICI.R de lre* a corre*- mtndont lit every iiostofflce In lw county■ and In excliaiiKc will furnia! the paper.* - Uonerv and portage freo. W III 1m> pleiuted to eorreapoud with any one on the subject. Owe Year •} Jj{ Hti Month* > Three Montna d<) Caldwell. Texas, Friday, June 10. "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

Nff Wbere the T«pM tor W* ,W*M P*" Washington, June 5—The war tas tlll which peesed the Hull laden witU amendments «ill raise a largar revenue thaw illa government darivaa from all othar «pureas excluding lUa poaioSca department. For the last titea! year tha govoramont raised §347.7-1,905. ThUmaaiura will pro- duce. it ia eetimated gioo.olu.ooo annually. Republican leaders name a lower figura, bul they withhold analysis or estimates on individual itemized schedules. The demócrata, recognising the hopelessness oí any radical changa, prefer to let the ad- nunistratioa accept responsibility for tie law, hut declare that the country will be sstounde i whsn the actual re- sults are seen. The expenditures for the war have already averaged in excess of $2,000,- 000 a day and the certain expeadi- tures are (or supplies of a permanent character. It is estimated by con- servative republican leaders that the rs-e will I* maintained an i will call for an extraordinary outlay of more than $700,0...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

■>*A" ■-X- •my frMu e OalCwell. Thm TEXAS NEWS NOTES Rockdale faMUkw «1«| toward ring a coitos mili A livery stable and seventeen horses m bnrntd et Gainesville. Large shipment* of cattle have been ifrom the Panhandle to Nsbrsssa and Wyoming. The Young People's Christian En- deavors hss been in it* ninth annual convention at Dalles. A farmer «hile hauling oats was thrown from his wagon and instantly killed at Hamilton. The Mineral Wells road is now running double daily service from Weatherfoid to Mineral Wells for the accommodation of the summer visitors to that health resort. Fred Windmoeller, a prominent German of Dalla, was assassinated in South Dalles Sunday night while hail- ing a car for his wife and mother in law. No clue to the At Texarkana, Bill Davis, a negro, wee banged in broad daylight by a mob for committing an essault upon a 15-year old white girl. The lynchers detailed s committee of a donen most prominsnt citizens to investigate as to Davis' guilt, and it was en ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

MMHHBUinMlSIIHI Cup! th# Spanith Ftot in Cuban Witan, and tha Military Pomitions at WHI-Blanco liolatad. Invaatt jn't AMERICAN DAREDEVILS tl* Mntlnnc to «a* lltck ot tht ■ntrnnct to lutlaio Barbos Washington, Juno 4.—Unolcinl disjpolchn announce the linking of tho collier Marrimac just it th* entrance of th* narrow channel leading into) a flag of trooa from the Spanith ad miral, Corvara, wot in recognition of their bravery, 1 ato informed all art prisoners of war. Two slightly woundod. Requst authority to appiy ve exchange if pot- libit bttwttn tbttt and pntontra at Atlanta. Six of tha Spanith squad- __ __ ron art in the harbor tüf Santiago an- Santiago harbor It"wa."deiignediji *le to avoid being captured or do done by orden of Admiral Sato peon, Sarntow. The officer hero of tba Marrimac it an nsistant naval conttntotor, and benoe attached to the it aft. and thora* fort nol ordinarily engaged in Unt duty. He entered tht naval academy from Alabama in May, 18H5 and it 28 years old. T...

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

HK¡¡ 59 wm- I#v m R'fí ®fs: BÜ CRIES IN BATTLE. Maro Helped to MdLud n«bt tha Main*," Comino doie Sshley's now famous signal of al- tsck on the Spanish fleet, will un- doubtedly become immortal in Ameri- ca* history, in the history of the Eng- lish speaking people, in fact; for, as an to patriotism, it is as thrilling Nelson's battle cry at the Nile, id expects that every man will do his duty." During the 132 yean of our esist- enoe as a nation the oom mod ores, cap tains and other officers of the navy have made a magnificent contribution of patriotic phrases of our war litera- turo. As the torse embodiment of popular sentiment in trying litaatioas and emsrgescita, they are not sur- pessed by expressions of a like charac- ter in any language. The sea fighters started is this line at the very beginning of tho revolu- tion—in fsct, before the tremendous struggle with the mother oountry was begun. Capt. Whipple, of Providence, HI, for instance, wbeu notified in 1775 by Sir Jamas Wallac...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

i PEOPLE YOU KNOW ' 2 Mis* Emiic Fischer, •pending a week or two in lam, visiting her aiater. irasmouck, returned home .irday. Mist* Nora Ballew, after having «pent several week visiting her •iister, Mihh Julia, at Cooke Point, returned to her home in Bclton last week. Mrs. Bettie Merrin, Prof. C. James and Prof. G. 11. Banket, left this week for Austin to attend the State School of Method* now in session at that place. Thon. Kraitchar had a few days tussle with chills and fevers since the last issue of the Nkws- Chmomci k. He was back to his post again Wednesday. Mrs W. W. Watson, of Hogg, came in Friday to take the train for Burton, on a visit to relatives. She was accompanied as far as Hrenham by her husband. MissNank Gee, of Georgetown, is viHiting her relatives here this week. She will leave shortly for New York to attend a conserva* tory of music for some months. iss Maggie Williams, who has been clerking for K. O. Jan- nett for the past month or two, has resigned her position...

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

m't im Taxation. It hut been decided by a major- ity of the justice* of the supreme court of the United State that a tax upon wealth to support the federal government is not war- ranted by the constitution. Our congress had provided for such a tax and during our civil war nearly $350,(KM),000 were brought into the treasury from a small percentage of the incomes of the wealthy. The law had been sus- tained by numerous decisions, but for some reason a judge of the court reversed his opinion, which he had deliberately given snd thus declared accumulated wealth exempt from taxes. It is not our province to im- peach the judgment of the high- est court, but we do affirm that if the convention that formed the federal constitution intended to exempt the rich from bearing the burdens of the government, they were not qualified to make an or- ganic law for a free people. The constitution would never have had the sanction of the men who adopted it if they had suspected that such a construction ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

. V: 1,,-p.,, , .,f)^ , fgp'^l^li P^MHgM ; .. > ;•' Br/aali • Soldier. (favo me? «Yen. I have bee |W reading-a poultry circular, and 1^ "' HuT NV* J. Bryan posee ** at least find that a «<** * en Will ruine 20 une good qualification for commaud- chicks in a season. Well, the ¡UK a regiment a «commanding next season, that will be 21 hens; voice. There i no known reason, jand um each will raise 20 more l,„„v.r. wh, Mr Br,... .hm"d "O. ehiekfc ,h wi|| be 430. The make a capable and dashing leader of a regiment, though there i one ncxt >'tar the number Will be threatening drawback, and that U the i H4ü0« the following year 168,000 danger of atopping hi* regiment in ¡ and the next 3,360,000! At only the midst of a charge on the enemy tu I a shilling a piece, we will have iKcn, • '■*« .¡Ivrr .pt«h. U,Then. you. dcr para, ^ "" ' ' ¡we'll lend vou Home money to Fraa Extmi It seems strange that sensible pay ó IT the mortgage on this men should permit the conten-1 hOUHe. tioiis of a ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 June 1898

''' . v": ' m mmmmmummm w Stories of tl)« Street mmm 3 ■m* m —The residence of T. K. Uil- ley han recently been undergoing a thorough painting. —The insane asylum at the poor farm is now completed and is being painted this week. —The peach season has ar- rived, conseqently «peaches and cream is the proper dish now. —We heard it rumored that it rained quite a heavy shower near Cookes Point Sunday afternoon —Dr. B. O. McLean has been having his residence repainted, -v.'hich adds greatly to its already neat appearance. —There is considerable com- plaint about the rust in oats, fcut rusty oats are to be pre- ferred to no oats at all. —J. C. Hale has had carpenters at work lately, hoisting his house ¡preparatory to putting in a base- ment and concrete cellar. —The ice vendor's season open- ed up in all its splendor Saturday —splendor in this sentence •signifying heat of course. —A barbecue at Clay today is •one of the prominent features of -.the week. Several of the candi- dates from her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

TWELVE .'•v -'M Caldwell News-Chronicle. OU* AIM IS THE tiREATKST BENEFIT To THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1898. NO. 5. [ FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. J BRYMER. Bmvmrm. Texan. May 2. Edito* s N*w*«Ci«*OKici.it: After neveral weeks c f absence liable liquid. Immense quantities of black- berries have been taken from the marsh region during the past week. I think everybody here I will ¡.(fain try to «rod in the to- has a„ lh(.}. can keep> cal. from our flourishing ullage. ¡ w|).,e Mrs s¡l|]¡l. Hiniar(1 waB \\ c ha'f been b cm'i w it .in ^ a couple of kettles of abundance of ram and the rnos- ^ (ru¡t HCtt¡ on), o( ,hem quilo, are «.plentiful during the !onthoaoorV.oU bcr ^ to( wet acaaon, they give uh an occa-1 jg ,,r mont|)s old came alona! serenade. 1-armer.are ,u- an(| |un|r<.d onc h¡md into thc bilant over the prospects of a big „,ass A fri){htfu| burn corn crop, but cotton is a tr°^d ¡ jH the result. d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

CALDWELL ÍIEWS-CHKOAICLE. W : ^ " j *5!-. ' &.: ^ V Mvr « jomrn. tin** ** YELLOW FEVER SCARF. The reportn in the daily pa- pers from McHenry, Mississippi, regarding several cases of sup- posed yellow fever at that place, will again cause the fear of an epidemic in the minds of hun- dreds of people in Texas, and adjoining states. Already a number of Caldwell* citizens are heard saying what they Mill do «if it comes to this part of the atate. The yellow fever liar will, in the course of a few weeks begin to get in his work, and the nerv- ous, excitable citizen will soon see cases of yellow fever every time any one has even a mild head- ache. It is advisable to prepare now for the epidemic of scare which will doubtless spread over the country before Jack Frost again visits us. Much injury was done to Caldwell's trade last jear by false reports, by persons who were badly frightened and did not care who knew it. In fact at one time we were actually afraid to say that the senior ed- i...

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