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

GARDEN NOTES. INC VACATION Oí MUSTAPHA. Growtat Turaip*. BOU HINDKTTK. Now in the sixth month, in the julv is the month for planting1 reign ot the good Caliph, it wan ho uril¡j,s. Ah the need in small, j that Mustapha said: «I am wear- he t' m« t ^ plowed a.uljicU with much worl<¡ thought, ~~' An «Tin" tbt bot ¡'¡¡g • harrowed dmvn i" a flut. iare and worry have worn while it vet niifht. «hev ate ..It. 1a MM* o M« i\i>á . ikllé « I M A.xl M.. ...... - f..u iL... ft. _ Jk " " him of a dose of atryebnine he had with him, and he aaid his prayera wearily, and he took it. But the youngeat boy was rest- less that night, and kicked all the poison out of him in lew* than ten illtill «condition a* po-sible. The moat: out; 1 need repose, for the hand [j,n|H i tant point in growing tur-1 of exhauMtion in upon me. and L¡j,s is in the fine noil. Sow the death even now lieth at the Leed in rowH which will permit! door. [of using horae hoeH, and need j And he called his physician, [with a ha...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

;$?!' J$p ■ *ifHséí 1 : iiS Stories of t!)« Street. —"We hear that «Osiris of the Providence community, has been tussling with a series of chills and fevers. —On account of being clean «haven, J. C. Hale had to undergo a new introduction to his friends Saturday and Sunday. —The Baptist meeting being licld at Hale's platform is being ■well attended and Rev. Sellers' «ermons prove very interest- ing. —There has been several ad- ditions the Summer Normal this week, as follows: Mrs. Bob Ad- dison, Miss Carrie Carroll, Vic Bunata, and Miss McCausland, of Burton. —We have had the pleásure this week of reading a very in- teresting letter from A. R. Bet- tis, of Merle, who is now with «General Shafter's command be- fore, or in Santiago, Cuba. —Watermelons are very plen- tiful this year, but the contin- ued rains have given them a «dark-brown taste that is not up to the usual good flavor of Burleson county's melons. —Bob Addison, who has been taking care of the city's team for a month or two...

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

;í: VÍ wmmmm ■ " " Wm¡ # .•'•■.-y'....:., >:/ *!« <4fr¿ f " M •; v:> -ill : :• ; ,/■: fj ; ^ "tóí Caldwell News-Chroni ou R AIM Itt THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMSK* AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TKXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1898. NO. 10. ■m ' FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. ! MIX. Mix. Trxa . July in. Kl'IToKH NKWA-ChNOKICMC: Ichabod having mounted the iron hortie and hied himself to more congenial clime*, it once more devolve* upon us to assume the role of a correspondent and and report to the Nkwh^Chkon- ict.i the happening and doings of Hix. The first item of importance that we wish to note in that news in making itself very conspicu- ous by its absence; it is as Icha- bod once said, ca- scarce as con- sistency in a f*«tpul'mt conven- tion. We are glad to report that the effects of the three days norther last week, were quietly and gently dispelled Saturday evening about o'clock, by a glorious down- pour of rain; considerable wind and so...

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

>? CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE.. f t Ml n. UiHn md ApnM* i n. laaued Every Friday Morning. SOMH TMSC. Ql 'AIS' T A HOI "!' THA T A LUASCt-:. Gal-Dai New*. Lord Mountmorre* in Scottish Life discusses the alliance ques- tion from a professedly British standpoint. He has a refreshing way of driving home with pecul- iarly sensible logic some un- questionably appealing argu- ments, the latter not always creditable to Americans, a fact which he manages to exploit with really entertaining flights of ig- norance and snobbish arrogance. We are not going to be sorry for ourselves, however, because his lordship has informed us that we have no mature solidity of character. We are young yet: we have all the virtues and vices of the young, says Lord Mount- morres. We are light-hearted, kind-hearted, effusive, mirthful, excitable, nervous, self-exalted, violent in likes and dislikes and noon. In all our attributes we are, like our country, very young indeed. After saying such things of us he goes t...

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

A G*CAT INC S0IÜU8S MOUIY WAT RUUS INI WOULD. Ihr IiiiHiitt MiMirii H baptoyi. NM • i'oiMtn on the GMm kw ticiprt it. AS - * HJMAJUMHMI AAA IHPl murififWi ■vnrv UHT flrv Bom- A Vtkc IrM lattM. (Concluded,) "Whenever the ¡nv¡H¡ble empire lieholds a state that is still inde- pendent or that aspires to inde- pendence, ttome intrigue of inter- national character ¡m devised whereby the aspiring state shall be involved with its neighbors in war. The moment that war be- gins the given state is obliged to provide the means of war, and to this end a system of ways and means must be immediately pro- vided. Whoever under such cir- cumstances has common sense and common patriotism must dis- cover even at a glance the true method of providing a war rev- enue. In America there is hardly a farmer, a carpenter or a hunter | who has not sense enough to make out with a little study a true scheme of ways and means, j In the first place, a currency | must be devised that shall meet the emergency and fu...

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

¡jé® m NEWS-CHRONICLE., M r 4 JO HUM. gditon and PnpriiHr . laucd Every Frldav Moriiltn:. THE SAX TA FE Mi rs/ON. The chance for this town to i benefit herself is still open if she would make proper use of her In the Caldwell po*to«,- ua aec ' opportunit.es. •ad-aiaaa mutter. The Santa h e railway com- Ifr-*"" : pany has never made any perma- aovannaiNo naraa. nenf arrangement* about their IHutiay ad* one insertion twenty emú1 division headquarters at either #er fneli; two insertions tlilrty-tiv.- emit* I c._i„ til K,,it,i (Mr tech; one uontli alxty cent per Inch. I cm pie or Seal \ . All bUllil- |iOM t mu.* «even nnd one^haif <'«'iit imt ¡nirs and arrangements at both muí ti vi* cent* per Hue , n ¡HE 6RAN6E STORE •rut Insertion aim mi- cvii i«i j i uiMM|uer.t insertion. places are only temporary Obituaries. card* of thank# and notice* of j n_ «¡ttlo united art i on and a •aUiriuliitiivtits tflv ii f>>r relliclon*, educa- " mill uniitu «ttttt Mownj or churinibie purpose at ...

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

THE * Washington, July 17.—The subscription! to the new 3 per cent war loan of 1200,000,000, which was cloned on the 14th inst., including the offers nade by syn- dicates, amounts to $1,200,000,- 000 or míx timen the amount of the iMue. The subscriptions represented by «hecks or other forms of payment it in estimated aggregate about $750,000,000, or three and three- quarters times the amount of the issue. "*"• Early last week Assistant Secre tary Vanderlip, who has ha«l im- mediate supervision of the work iu connection with the loan, bw me convinced that the subscriptions of individuals would Ik* far more than sufficient to wholly nbiHirb the loan, aud pave instructions that checks representing all subscriptions of corporations be prepared and re- turned to the senders. Three eases of sitftypas it Vé- ported in Uarol eoanty, Kentucky Mrs. Elisabeth Lynn Unton novelest and essayist, is dead. It is said the authorities in Vi- enna hare banished draw poker, as being a menace to good mo...

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

'V' • mt « Í ¿MX i y ;In '■ AfBtfliMfy'■>*'-"ft IfflV'' ^$5$ ;• 7.V" • ... a¡K, Mvr é evert VvMajr it Caldwell. Thu TEXAS NEWS NOTES* Bnfeue Marshall points bankrutiU'V Sort | I | Sil Sty II S&P hax beeu ap- referee fur the >rtlit*rn district of Texas. Hon. W. B. Brush has received kis commission as postmaster at Austin, and assumed charge. Ben E. Cabell of Dallas waa elected president of the sheriffs' associatiou in session at Galveston last week. Jno. B. Shaw, to be executed at Cleburne on August "> for the mur- der of Tom Crain, has made a con- fession of the crime. Gov. Culberson has declined to grant the Board of Pardous' re- commendations for pardon of Tom Varnell of Hill county. It is now given out that in the train robbery near El Paso recent- ly the prize was $80,000 in cash and $50.000 in money orders. A big ranch sale is reported, in which J. B. Wilson of Dallas has gold the 7 D ranch and rattle locat- ed in Tom Green, Irion and Ster- ling counties to E. C. S...

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

• ssffl pe *¡ . -*• J if V mmi! 5,000SOUK MILFSOFcbbikin mow MIS 10 HE ÜU another brilliant victoryi TU 4tb IpaoM Corps in Cuba Will b# Returned to Spain. Off Aguadores, July 14. 3 p. in., via port Antonio, July 15, 4:15 a. in.—Santiago hii* surrendered. Menaced by the American forces on laud aud m'H, disheartened by tin* jMist defeat#, and without hope of victor)-, Gen. Toral yielded the eity to save his people. With the filial stroke of the Spanish general' pen, the only stronghold in tin* province of Santiago has fallen ami the power of Spain in Eastern Cuba is crushed. The end Ctttue unex- pectehly The Santiago campaign, with its* deeds of splendid daring aud dark with the record of ^daugh- ter, had been Indicved by many men of lugh rank to have only just begun. The refusal t f the S|>anish to surrender wn* *o emphatic and ao recent tiiat lioth the army and uavv had forsaken the idem* of a victory without further bhaidsbed, aud noon to-day wa* set for the flti&l and despe...

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

m m San Franciaeo, July 20.—After y watched for 1 for Home 11 OHt.'' vMwt the Steamer St. Paul has ar- •iwd from St. Miehear*, bringiug ■n and treasure from the juou Üke. There were 176 mads on Freaoh _ Pay dirt was found on beach claims at an elevation of seventy-three feet above the bed of Eldorado river. Iu one day $21HX) wan pan- The affairs about the State l"ui- Washington, July 18.—By the aet of congress, approved September !♦, 1850, the northern aud we*teru boundaries of Texas ware Nettled and the United States agreed to m | " ij fey- Wm paaseuger* versity building have settled into i - the ^^oo©],, stock m her liat and the aiuouut of their their usual summer quiet, broken [^fourteen vears at live per eent This act also provided l uwiw, uo more jj|UU $5,000,0® of enters and miwon* on the E "1! said sUsik should l>e i**ued until Jing. The addition to the maiu! the vnáitan of the sute holding buildiu • *-— , in gold dust, uugget* | only by uoise of the hammers aud i iuWreat ...

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

* I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. I ■3 I*. II. Hitchcock returned Sat- urday from Austin. T. J. Newcomb wat* in Milam county a few day>« lant week. K. M- Bettis, «f Merle, wan at the Caldwell house this week. Knox Porter, of Georgetown, i* visiting relatives in the county. ('laude Haley, of Helton, is vis- iting the family of II. Alfortl this \s eek. John Goodwin, who is working at Cleburne, is in the county vis- iting relatives. Master Russell Young, of Bren bain, is visiting the family di Judge Hanks. Miss Annie Haubeit, of Bren* ham. is visiting Miss Annie Klukan this week. Miss Hiddie Jenkins returned Tnes.lav from a two months' \ isit to Lampasas. Mrs. Minta Dubois, of Rock* dale, is visiting the family of Key. Jeff 1 . Ra v. Laat Tuesday a party com- posed of Wescom Murray and son, J. W„ Miss Ida Murray and Miss Nora Lackey left on the noon train for Lampasas where they will spend a month recruit-' in g. Bokx: To Mr. and Mrs. P. Dehart on Wednesday morning a bouncing baby girl, weighing...

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

m KEY WEST. LETTER ROM VERNON DAUtYMPU. nf the Staking of a Ml. thews, of Caldwell. There arc about eight Texas boys here, principly from Beau- mont. A. V. Dai.kymplk, Kkv Wkst, Florida. July 13. Kditoms Niíwh-Chkdsici.k: The latter part of June and so far the month of July, marks a number of important events in the history of this gr¿-at Umon, the battle of Santiago, in which ao many of our heroes gave their lives. But not until the sandy shores of Cuban soil had drank the blood of over two thousand Spaniards. It is wonderful to note how few of our men arc lost at sea, and how little damage done our vessels. Your correspondent had the pleasure of examining a number of our vessels that took part in the engagement at Santiago, and I find comparatively no damage done, further than a slight dam- age in the superstructure which does not disable them from ser- vice. The gunboat Maple arrived here yesterday morning and re- ports the sinking of the Alphonso xn, near Havana. While all of th...

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

'W-3 : ■! "" k ■ . M bencdicam oomino. Thank God for life Llfo to not «wmi ttiwuys: ... tigniiN muy b« fcoovjflodtn, heart* ear*- L'nwt'li-utne nlghta follow unwtlcome dnya. Ami dream Ulvlna end In awakening* (lull: gull it I life, and life la eauae for pralae. Thi* uflie. thla reatltaaneaa, thla qulekon- iiik «ting. prove uu> no torpid and Inanlmnie thing, ■•.•ave i<> Him who la of life the aprtng: I mu alive—and thai la beautiful. Thank Clod for love; though love may hurt and wound, Thouw'i "'l *llh aharpcat thorna lie roaa may l e. Itum-o lire not of winter, all attuned Muhi l e ihv earth, rilled with aoft stir, and free And wurm. ero duwna the roae upon Ita In >• Pre ah current* through my froaen pulse* run M, hi.irt hiia taatt il atimmor. turned aun: An.; I can thank Thee, i rd. although not one Ot uII ihu many row* Umuiih for me. Thank Qod for d*ath. Iirlght thing with dreary name: wrong with mournful rtowera her pure, ■mi hrow: We h-' ip her with rrproachea and wi...

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

m mm Stories of tfcs Street. —Noticc change in J. D. Stokea' id Hext week. —See change this week in the Grange Store ad. —The commissioner's court is sitting as a board ol equalization. —Womble & McArthur have something fresh to look at in our columns this week. —The boys are flying kites for all there is in it. They evidently think March comes twice a year. —Jancik & Rippel have remov- ed their saloon from New Tabor to the building in town which has heretofore been occupied by them as an ice depot. —Stone & Hitchcock have re* cently closed the several con- tracts for all the state text books which are to be used in the pub- lic schools for the coming five years. —There was a «Hudson pic- nic last Tuesday. All the ladies and children of the Hudson fami- lies in town and all their visitors went to Gee Springs and spent the day. —The building now occupied by the N kws-Chkoniclk will on Angmst 1 be transformed into a beer saloon and billiard and pool room with J. C. Rowland...

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

IWfibTC Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XIX. Ol-R AIM IS THE (¡KEATKST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, fEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1898. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. C 8«C4MI C**« • «M9«M# **'* NOOKIRVILLE. Hookkkvim.k. Tex *. July 26. Editomh Xkwr-Cmkokici.k: On account of allowing a day to encape last week, mv noten were one day behind time. The 4.-enter of attraction for this week is the meeting at Libery. We have hatl a large attendance from the beginning. Much interest is being manifested and better re- sults than were expected. Bro. Airhart. in spite of nine weeks continuous labor, continues te preach with astonishing power. Much sickness prevails in our neighborh«MMl. Tunis Monday. There was a dance at thowesi- dence of C. Pheglev Friday night, and notwithstanding the hot weather, all present report hav- ing had a tine time. A number of young people met at Mr. Thomas' Saturday night and spent several pleasant hours singing, and maki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 July 1898

NEWS-CHRONICLE. é JOIDtH. Iditert and Proprietor . lMuetl Every Frl«t ar Morning. THE PARDOX ROAR P. those cities* in car load lot for crops, but gets but one hundred less than we can ship to Texas and eighty millions of it. The cities or towns by express, why rest of it goes for interest and can't the small farmers who are the money lender dresses in now working their entire fami- purple and fine linen, while the lies in the cotton fields making 5- farmer and his wife and chil- cent cotton, do better by devot-.dren go in rags. The money Tesa Coaster, their energies to raising mel-! lender is not to blame. lie does j For the sake of decencv and * « • vegetables and fruits? ( not ask you to borrow his money, justice the democratic state con- j Those that have tried shipping' You have to urge him to let you vention next month should place' fruit to San Antonio this ^cai ha\e it. It is «i w 1111 li «1 «1 foi hi.u itself upon record as in favor of j realize the difficulty of shipping j ...

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

CARRITO PIOlQWa gsptriaMto Ibii to OttermlM Tfctif OMtalMM on Onu Umm. C'upt. llenaud, oí th t'oinpagnie Traw-utlantique, who, un th* occa- sion oí a reeeut voyage to New York din tlit* llrctagne, had carried out ex- periment* in pigeon flying at the re- quest of hi* company and the miii- l.-UT of war, hue returned to J'ari* and iias given in hi report. Taken a- it whole, tiie experiment* are more *at- i (¡factory than could luive been ex- jtotted. ilort ot the pigeon* relented from the ship nt ea returned to their hou o«, or, where carried out of their course by the force of the wind, took refuge on pacing *i>*el . In ojuo ohms the bird# were thu. blown to iin- in*u e dintance*, but were ultimately recovered, o that but few pigeon were lo*t altogctiier. 11 fore the llre- tagne mailed from Havre the company notified breeder* and fancier that the bird which returned home >h uh! alone Ik- awarded a premium, and n« the bre >ding «ea*ou had begun only ulmut 1<K) earritT pige...

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

NEWS-CHRONICLE.. A jomen. Mitón and Propwtrt. laaued Every Friday Morning. in the (Caldwell pontottce a* h«2 •M-c.laah niutu-r. AOVBRTISINO RATB8. Display ad* one IntvNion twenty cent* par Mich; i«n Insertions tblrty-ll ve cent* par Inch; one month *l.\ty cent per Inch. Local rnt« seven h«i<1 one-half cent* per Man Irst Inner (Ion arid live cents per line •aeb subsequent Insertlou. Obituaries, curds of thanks and notices of gtertaln merit* viven for religion*, euuca- •al or charitable purpose at liulf rejju- f ratas. Laval notices of all kind* «1-On per hundred words flr t Insertion and v cent per bun- Énd words euch ftutwequeut Insertion. Positively no reduction* will be made ||M> above rates. tV N*w -Ohho! ici.B desire* a correa* laat at every uo ¡to®h'e In the county. In exchange will furui*h the paper. nta- yand postage free. Will >e pleased ut pond with uuy one on the subject. SUBSCRIPTION RATBB: •ae Tear Ij J® gt Months ' 00 VÍrM Mont 11 M "IN HOC SIGXO V/NCES." Caldw...

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

►4 v -i-V i Washington, JalJ jours' consultation ymtenUy by the president and war fcoud remit* ad in the formation of the most in. portant plans for the oonduet of the war, chief among them being: The occupation of the island of Guam in the Philippinea by Amer- ican soldiers. Ad expedition to be landed at Nipe as the base for an attack on Holguin. The establishment of a line of communication between Gen.Miles' atiuv and Cape Haitian. The concentration of troop* at Newport News to be forwarded with all possible haste to tien.Miles. Th# determination to scud Huffi- cicnt troops with Watson to occupy one of the Canary islahds. The navy department contribut- ed Admiral Uewey's advice on the subject to (Joatn. The president, after heariug the nature of thin advice and the dis- dilution of the war board. suggested that no time l e lout in taking a spot in the Philippines which the American troops eau absolutely control without reference to Sjmui- iards, insurgents of fiarmnnt . It will l ...

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

m\ r _ líl. I . ESK': m «S ¥#t bp?; *¡ $ c# • M m rJí vrSP Stagy^ t yv QUSWHX MWS-anomCLE. Vlidlf M Ollémll. TlIU TEXAS NEWS NOTES. In a boiler explosion at Did in- •on one man watt killed. Cattle dippiug experiments are being continued at Fort Worth. Fireman Whittaker, murdered by the Santa Ft' train robbers, was taken to (íoldtliwaite for burial. T. A. Low's barn nud tool house burned near Hreuham. Loss. $1500; insurance $4<H>. A feeble old negro woman was criminally assaulted by a young negro at Temple. Judge Grayts court at Dallas held Kev. 8. A. Hayden not in oontempt in the second proceedings against him. Dr. H. J. Short, convicted of aaaault to murder by the federal court at Paris, has been pardoned by the president . The court of civil appeals refused to grant a writ of prohibition, ap- plied for by Rev Dr. Hayden in the coutempt proceedings against him in the district court of Dallas. E. H. Turner's grain houses near Van Alstvne, containing Woo bushels of corn and lar...

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