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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

'Sfplw 'I Truck riming Rtpiély 0 mhpi*§. Texan Hum a noil and climate, which in aome respecta, are scarcely equaled for truck farm- ing in the United States. Owing to the earliness which uch crop an strawberries Irish potatoes tomatoes cabbage, etc., ripen in Texan, the state is beginning to prove a serious rival to California and Florida. Texas being near- er to the northern and western markets than the • fates just men- tioned, enables uer to reach the markets in shorter time, and I am informed, at lower freight rates. Hut owing to the fact that cot- ton growing and cattle raising [ffTftlf fffllfffryyf'Fyyy'f ffyryrt Military Vipr With • Aim// g. 'Tes** Farm and Ranch. On the first of May, Admiral Dewey with his squadron steam- ed into the harbor of Manilla, de- stroyed totally the Spanish fleet and captured the town and fort- ress Cavite at the harbor's en- trance. More he could not do for want of men to hold captured ground. He called for reinforce- ments and supplies. Were thes...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

w m REWS-CHIONICLE.. . 1 I I ' Wm A JOUtH. tditora and ***•*•"■ laaued Every Friday Morning. tiered In the Caldwell pn «ufflc « u c- I-el mm mfttwr. aovnsvioiNO navao. Cms lay mIi* one Inonrtlun twcnljr mil lén; .OCH; lw« luMrtluiH thlrty-fl v < rent Inch; on -Month sixty cent per iucn. kj rale* «even uml one-half cent* per rtl limerMon iinil five centa per line I aubaetjuent Insertion. OMtuarlea, curda of tlinnka and notice* of ertalntnent* given for religion , educn- lal or charitable purpo e at half rej:u- I notice* of Mil kind* §1.00 per hundred _ Br t tnaertlon uud 50 cent per hun- words eucli aulmequent Inker!Ion. Positively no reductions will be made Kob above rate*. The nvws-('RHOMlC!.k desire* a corre* jMudent t every po*tofHce In the county Mkl In exchange will f\irnl*h the paper. tu- ttnnery and po t i(e free. Will In- pleased to oorrespond with any one on the subject. IeEi SUBSCRIPTION RATH: _ Year Month* > Moutus .. |1 Ml I 00 90 Caldwell. Texas, Friday, June 17 "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

X'fcVÍ' i' ' r • PROfOSOWNI M ,uty - ^ Oivlnf Me 01 Secretary Gago jwing circular iblic the Trss*ur7 _ -.. . ítetary, Waahiagtoa, juh i«— Konurjf oí the tWMUT iavitce tbscriptioao from th* people of tho Bit«d Stelss (or 1900,000,000 of tho Md of tho 3 par «Mi loos author- by act of eoagrees, approved Jut ig 8. Suhscriptioas will bo ra- iir*i At por for o poriod of thirty. days tho subecription boiag opon jm tbio doto to S o'clock p. m on uth of Jalj, Ü0S. Tho bond* rill be iesued la both ooupon and .jistered torn, tha coupon bonds in jenotniastioas of $24, $100, $500 and Jiofo, sad Iba registered bond in jenotainatioas of $10, $100, $500, liooo, $5000 aad $10.000. They be dated Aofoat 1, 18 «. and by (heir térm will bí rodoeamble in ooin tbe pleasure of Um Unitad States i(t«r toa years from A* data of thair sue, tod due aad parable August 1, |19l« Tho bonds will boar interact at tbe rate of 5 per cent per annum, pay- kble quarterly; tha interest on the [coupon bonds will be paid by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

1 ^ qfRf if ^ IIPS «V- "'Jpl.t-l BtóFil m «M '« Í,' W I mtf Miv ki oalCweii. Teen TEXAS NEWS NOTES. Aathnx kaa again tppamd i* tb* tighborhood of AMb. A fine! WsaohachledcetroyodHit retablo of J. B. Wileou. Jeff Hall waa drowned is iverf at Gorman, laat Saturday. A fin in tbe reddenoe portion o( dntroyed nven houses. A nsidencc o wood by 8 W. Clark, Cleburne, waa daatroyad by fire. . Cotton finnan of Braao* Madison |«d Burleeon oountin have adoptad 10 uniform bale. Frad Sawyer, the nafro cbargod with rapa on a white woman at Ennia, Ja now m jail at Wanahachie. In tba Twenty ninth dietrict court J. £ Griasard waa acquitted of tba charge of murdering John Rankin. At Tamil the nvenroom bouaaof Jack Moova baa bean daatroyad by An. Loaa $900, covered by inaurance. JUDGE REAGAN SPEAKS. al the The following lattar from Jedge Reagan just giren to tba piaaa la aali< Dan Murry of 8aa splinter into her hand aad'died from blood poiaaning a few Tba wife of Diego, ran a splinter into days afte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

. jfit® i. :•.■■■■«:;■ v.w. • ' iiirryiiMiTtf The following war revenue WD conferece of lb* of the upon by the and houee conferece of Ibo mato Mid bouM, giving eoeee of the pnndpel itotno aid nolo*. It providee that tho act «hall toko edeet oa tho day Maud in tho date of iu peaaage exoept ae otberwiee dato of iu pa—fa specially provided for. A tax of |8 oa all baor, lagar beer, ala, portor aod other aimilar tormented liquore, brewed or nsaaufactured, told cr atesad in warchousoe or removed for eoneamption, oneele for every bar- ral oontaining not mora than thirty* ooo galloaa ana at a like rato for any othar quantity or fractional parta of a barra) with a diacount of per.oeat on all aalaa by ooUaetora to brewen of thoetempe providad for tho peyntont of tho tax. Special taxee for Jnly 1: Bonbon employing a capital not an* needing $25,000. $5; employing a onpital exceeding $26,000, for every additional $1000, $2; aurplua includad in capital. Tho amonot of auch annual tax to ba oompnta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

SIP - —f' •* ■ m. Bowie eoutr: An sw ^^hii^Jwmiai ia* rille, Omll county: Huvy rates ia eearly «0 parts of the county. Onto thnahiag to beiag greatly re- tarded m aacouat of tho weather. I^nia, EUto county: The oontiaued ni— in g Htt the crop badly ia tho uriiMianiw report tht of aad wheat an spelling in the shock. ITHIrtnii Hill uunty: Wheat Md mm mo Wag thnahed. Tho «hot out from It to 15 buaheto to tbo Md tho oota from 80 to 60 buah- SBl f •Wf Yoakum. DeWitt oounty: A tio mondoui downpour of rain ooeurrad hare. It if oattmated that a fall of otar four iaehaa took plan in a lítala mora thM m hour's timo. Terrell, KaefmM oounty: A huvy raia CaSl bora. The email grain crop to already made Md tba farmers ara aomplauüag that if tha rain contin they will not ablo to harvest Antelope, Jaak county: Have had a waak of «al waather. Tha rains ara not general. Harvesting is on standstill: fields too boggy for binders tan . Tha prospects for corn waa l.lin IP*** PiWir. Wiaaooaaty: The con are...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

MIMI people YOU KNOW 3 j. K. Mclver han a very sick baby thin week. Little Harvey Bell hat* been quite nick thin week. Tom Newcomb made a flying tnp t< <iay Hill Wednesday. Frank Steíka han two children nick with slow fever this week. Judge Alexander has been con- fined to his bed several days dur- ing the past week. K. !•!. McArthur we are glad to learn, is improving so much as I, be able to sit up. Mrs. J. tí. Ragsdale, of Tunis, Rev. E. W. ing elder of thin district E. church wu in town this and preached Wednesday night to the Methodist congregation. Robt. Etzel left last Friday for Vernon and other pointa in the Panhandle country, on a prow- peeling tour, with a view of locat- ing somewhere in that part of the state. Mrs. J. U. Lamkin and Misses Alma and Lottie left Tuesday morning, via Stone City, for Mar- tin for a thirty days visit to Mrs. Lam kin's daughter, Mrs. E. P. Hu tchings. Mrs. John Stubblefield, of Mi- lano. who has been visiting M/s. B. F. Delamater for some ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 June 1898

fl =5== hb fe I" m m m * thw I torn Tkm tucc—fvHf. H. L. Pake in Strawberry Culturut. The first and most important part in growing fine strawber- flea iu to put your ground in proper order; you want land that rolling enough to drain off all surplus water. Any slope is preferable to a western slope. To get your ground in proper abape plow 10 or 12 inches deep, sot cutting wider than deep, so as to lay your furrows on an edge and then if your land is thin spread on stable manure to the depth of one and one-half inches so that the ground is entirely hid. Then put the narrow shovels on your one-horse plow and work your manure thoroughly in, let- ting it run as deep, or deeper if you can, than the ground was plowed; that will lift all clods that are befow surface. Then take your small tooth cultivator and work it over with that, and then take a fine tooth harrow and go over it with that. By this time you will have the manure well mixed in with the soil. Mark out rows 3 feet wide and plan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

Caldwell News-Chronicle. ft v OUR AIM !H THE URBATEST BENEFIT TO THE PARMER AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1898. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, J hmkww 80NERVILI.E. Homkhvii.i.M, Texas, June 21 ElUTOKH N«w -Ciikonici.k: Our little citv is «in a boom The works are running in full force now and everything iw very lively. W. A. Lyons, Sr., leaves thin . .week for Marlin to recuperate slowly, but .u«ly three dence under con.troct.on and ¡ Johp Zimmcrlnlin k ¡„stlincd one bmincM house We are '• ¡„ hjll Mw hom( ¡„ the WaUoo way (fiad to nee the«e ""I"™"-; addition (o (hc cUy merit*. I ^on) Watnon ha been com- Kd Burbanks returned from ng>fe . d,y, thi„ w«k. Chicago, « here he went to attend Mf ^ Mr|s Kr#d SnV(lcr „c the last ad nte of hm highly [ ¡n their „c.at lit. esteemed brother. Herbert. for-| ^ ,o on Main ,(rcc( merly manager for the 1 .e com- Mr a(|(| Mr> cllir|e, l>IirkB- nanv. The community deepiv .... . .. .......

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

rt'/'ífc; : ' v § \ ■ Jr ™S';I ?. " ... ;É í# ®OHÍ VÍ,'. Bí NEWS-CHRONICLE., i «MMVff. tditor and Ptopriohrt. ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE. We thia week received from Cooke Point one of Uncle Sam'8 little piece of paste board, bearing the legend, «Refused, don't want the {taper any longer, •nd, as this is a very unusual proceeding for a News-Chhoniclk subscriber, we at once looked over our Cookes Point list to see what was the trouble. As is usual in such cases we found the party's time to be April *94. In other words, he owes us. according to our books, $4.75. We are very glad the gentle «an doesn't want the Nkws- Chkonici.k any longer, as we are not in business for the purpose of stacking up bills against such parties. If he had wanted the paper longer, arrdwe had failed to notice how much he owed us, he would undoubtedly have beaten us out of more. It may be possible that a mis- take was made some time in the past as to the party's time, but if ao it was before the subscription liata were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

r ** WUVWWT 'J: plutocrats and plunder. Volley Democrat. The muccchm of the adminmtra- lion in necuring the pa Hage of the bond mane bill in unparal- leled in the military hmtorv of the j I'nited State *, and it i* doubtful { if anything like it can be found i in the hmtorv of any other coun-1 trv. Before a blow wan struck, i President McKinlev demanded j and received an appropriation of $5o.<NKMHN) which wan expended ' at once, disappearing into the pockettt of contractors and cam-' paign contribute™ like water! poured into a rat hole. Other ex-! pendituren followed on the name j magnificent scale, and it is esti- mated that before we occupied a foot of Cuban territory we ex- pended over We arc so accustomed to being robbed in round numbers of six or more ciphers that we hardly appreciate what thi* means. Hutj let us compare with the expense of the Mexican war, fought under j democratic administration. This. war began March 2s, 1K4< . That year were fought the battles of Palo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

——— Every Frlda* Morning la the Caldwell pnetoflc m eo ■ aOVBHTieiN* NATS . fiSO ■ kB ld> one loaertlon twenty cent .1 two InaertUin thirty-lire oenU ; une «nontli klsty «ota per inch. rat«a aeren and one-half cent* per Inaenloti and ive ceuta per line inwot Insertion. wJea. card* of thank and nolle#* of «tnmenta given for religion , edura- or charitable purpoaes at half «*#- lapa I notice of all Iclnd fl.OO per hundred ■weairet Inaertlon and 00 cent per huu Arad word each ulmt|ueiit ln ertl« u. Poaltively no reduction* will be made (rata above rate . K■w -4'v«hok1ci.e desires corres- t at every pp toWce in the comity n exchange wrfll furnl h the paper. la- y and po tag<* free. W 111 l>e plea ed to pond with any one on the «uhject. One v Mi Mc fknc •UMCM^TION NATIS: . Year Month Montn*... «1 M> 1 «0 ao Caldwell, Texas. Friday, June 24. «'/A' HOC SIGNO VIS'CES." PROSPECTIVE PROSPERITY. All indication in commercial and agricultural lines at present tend to show a pretty ge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

1 i '• ' 'r ■ f • ■ <p. (>■ f. ■ •• P? * ; %. , ''J ' " ' '"' .'. ..•// •«••. "•< )■■■.. 1 .. ' ''-i:# ■ ;? jj ";'H ■!. ' :f 'A •- Ml HBin'J!.. „ wBMkm % :yj: • • r, dd&aEal tbe boaarof raoeiviag tho Speaieh capitulation. The «muer Yusn Sing reports passing Ik* Uaited Steles troopship City of Pekin oo tho morn- ing of tho 1Mb mt Manila A dispatch to lk« Doily Telegraph from Manila via Hong Kong, says: «Gon. Aguinaldo has raptured o deal of asonoy, which, ho hat aent Aboard tbo Amonooo warahips for aafety. Tbo much vaalted Philippine militia, which il wot o aorioua mistake oa the pott of the Spaniards to Arm, oio now oil fighting in the rebel ranks. "Oen. Pono, with the «bolo of bis army in tbo province of Pampaagu, has bod to oapltulata to the victorious rebels. «•The Spaniards are sstounded to And that the rebels respect the lives and property of their prisoners ol all ranks. It is bolioved there ere dis sessions among the rebel leaders of •o serious a character that c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

ir ■ - m WW. has ¿veo Mi tte Wlow The unveiling of tí 93I.IH oca- Unit monument here, iiyi a ink Miu M CaMwell. Tnm P«f| with a reeolutioe To the NEWS NOTO. caps ue threatening negroce HiU^era. Boll weevil and Ue« reported on Caldwell county cotton. Opon cotton boll* ore reported from Lnling, Caldwell county. Galveston b minces men aro going more export business. Work on the Jeeper Southern rail- way at Jeeper ha* been reeumed. Complaint* of too much rein injur- ing crops come from varioo* point*. The Texas state democratic conven- tion will be held at Galveston Aug. 2. The house has nassed the bill mak- ing a sub port of entry of Sabine Adjutant Gen Wooencraft ha* or- dored a company of the rcngers to the panhandle. Forty five saloon keepers of Denison hare been arrested for violating the Sand ay law. Dr. O. C. Pope of Augusta, Ga, has boon elected principal of the Simmons College at Abilene. Alvin, the contar of tho fruit and vegetable section of South Texas, is pulling lor a cann...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

¥f.ii í people you know. ! Mr®. M. B. Hitchcock went to Lyons last Monday afternoon to spend several days with rela- f tí ve . John Jackson, of Rita, was in town Saturday. \Y. W. Watson, of Hogg, was in tuwn Tuesday. Ed Hanks went to Clay Wed- nesday afternoon. Mrs. O, W. Johnston wan quite ill Thursday. Harry Delamater was in town a few hours last Sunday. Mrs. John V VBcter, of Rita, visited in town ihis week. ' Mrs. J. C. Worable went to Mist* Rhoda Permcnter han Brenham Wednesday afternoon lit-t-n quite siek this week. 1 ii. attend the Sunday School con- Miss Hlanchc Chambers, of vention. Kita. was in town Saturday. John c jiak. nnd (; w Lon|f Miss Lula Warlick, of Post left Saturday night for Oklahoma, where harvest hands are in great demand. W. M. Stone and family left last Monday for Georgetown to spend several days visiting rela- tives. Miss Alberta Young, of Inde- pendence. is visiting Misses Bes- sie and Anna Laura Lee this week. Miss Lelia Finucane, of Calvert came in Tues...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

mti, i MUMMi muí. by the Cuban leader, Caveda, but he was detailed to New York 9ratt Toil of tho Nvrort of Hit an<j Philadelphia to do what he ¥ir§mioo Mouoero. A survivor of the condemned could for the cause at home. His business once adjusted he passengers which were "aboard I **** turned hi attention toward the famous steamer, Virginius, tuba an<* cawt about *"01 *01 ® when it was captured in 1873 by w.a>' tü «et back to thc ,sland of the Spaniards, while sailing on, adopted army. the high seas, is Simon Gratz of This was the year 1873, and 1895 Judson street, Philadelphia, about thc time when the ill-fated cA"®pei*"a l, , ,, ... His expervnee in the hands of and now historic steamship Vir- * erJ ai 0 the enemy, who afterward paid ginius was fitting out. Captain an indemnity of $80,000 both to Grau again applied to the Cuban England and the United State Junta, and once more sailed for for the murdered sailors, was the islands from New York on thrilling in the extreme. He...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

notes and comments. Te*a* Kami and Ranch. Cabbage stem rot is a <1 i soaso often affecting cabbage. Recent* lv it has been the nubject of ex- haustive investigation by Dr. Krwin K. Smith, of the agricul- tural department at Washington. He arrives at the conclusion that ¡t is caused by bacteria. The disease can be induced, he claims j)V inoculating them with the serins. So far no remedy has been found for plants so dis- eased. but he tells us it only ap- pears when cabbage have been planted for two or more years on the same land without change. Uv planting on new land or where some other crop has been grown the previous year, the dis- ease doe* not prevail. No par- ticular variety more than another is. specially subject to the disease. FARADAY*8 ANCESTRY. Thtjr Vm Thoughtful Ptoplt. With a sigh of relief our English eoutemporancs announce the result of the investigation into thoancestral history of Michacl Faraday. Dismay and consternation wore plainly visible everywhere when the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 June 1898

ü R' Ladies' Midsummer Goods Are in demand this hot weather, and we have so ne- ttling special to offer our trade this week. Read over the list below and see if you think :ou can match the prices. Of course, we know you car [t^ 1600 yards Swiss Lawn considered cheap by some stores at Sc. Our price 3c. 1250 yards 28-inch Organdies beautiful new colorings and designs, brand new and up-to-date goods and a regular "snap" for the price, 5c. 1550 yards Percale, 36 inches wide, 64 by 64 cloth a regular 10c seller by most people but we will let ours go at 5c. Some special bargains in White Goods, Laces and Embroideries that you should see if you need any. 50 steel rod 26-inch umbrellas to go at 50c. We don't believe you can match them in the town for less than 75c. 50 steel rod, 26-inch, paragon frame, English Gloria covered umbrellas. See if you can buy one as good elsewhere for $1.50. Our price $1. Ladies shirt waists that we sold at 50c reduced to 35c; 75c reduced to 50; $1 re- duced to ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

Caldwell News-Chronic OUR AIM 1H THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMBKB AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1898. NO. & ' PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. J A \ YELLOW PRAIRIE. Chmikhman, Texas, July 6. KDITOMS NKW*-Cmhonki.K: The Preabyterial meeting' of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, which met here last week waa fairly well represented by preacher and delegate . So far as we know, the business of the Presbytery was satisfactoria!!)* arranged. I'ncleJack Atkinson, who is K2 years old, was in at- tendance and presided over the Presbytery, and preached a most excellent sermon Sunday at 11 o'clock and administered the sacrament of the Lord's supper at the close of the sermon. The pood man, the sermon and the sacrament was a benediction at least to some present, (iood sermons were delivered by other ministers. Rev. A. I . líovd. <it I.edbetter, has been called t«> lii! the unex- pired time of Rev. Causey, who is now in Okl...

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

U NEWS-CHRONICLE.. JOHttM. tditorn and h*pri 1ort. Every Friday Mornlinr. MWMCMMS* ¥S. MPHIAUSM. Kiaaissippi Valley Democrat. An American citizen of Kng Huh birth, who is indignant with Mr. Jone , of Edina, for denoun- cing England, writes the Demo- crat a letter which might be pub linked in full if it were signed. An it is, we will quote only this sentence: «The people of Ireland are governed law* a good as those of the Uuited States, and, I am certain, better ad- aríniatered. This is possible—entirely pos nible. If the laws of any country on earth are not better adminis- tered than ours are at present, that country is badly off indeed. The question, however, is not whether the Irish are well-gov- erned, but whether they are self- governed. As a matter of fact they are not. They are enslaved by English tories and pluto- crats against whom the great Knglish man, John Locke, says they have an eternal right of re- «stance. True Americans love Kngland much. They love its Shakes- peare,...

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