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

i araran rub The Altar of Conftdtracy Ablaa With Qlory ti of Old. GEN. J. B. GORDON RE-ELECTED CUfl- • CfeUlNtM, ■•st Placa ol Mooting. SS9BB9BBBBI No reunion of the t 'onNeretc Veterans since the origin of the organization luis been so full of in- pi ration uk the o * held ut Atlanta last w«vk. Say* an Atlanta pre * report: Atlanta wears a royal garb of red, white and ml, by their gallant oommander, On Gordon, they marchad on lo the music of many banda and the cheat* of fully 100,000 people. When the reviewing atand waa reached, Gen. Gordon, despite the protests of lúa many friends, took his |M aition and bared his head in the (touring rain nntil tiie laat man had passed and the shout* of the thousands had died away. The parade wax escorted by the Sons of VeteruuH. Oonoral Gordon Mo-elected. General John B. Gordon, the leadiug figure of the Confederacy, was again chosen to eontinue an commander-in-chief of the veter- and beneath i ans, a )K>sition he ha ho well filled these colo...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 July 1898

# Ca «panto With England mi Mea ia the PMNmnim. . v MUST BE CHECKED. IPS i^fpl London, July 26.—A special dis- (rom Shinghii My the Jap- warship* Woshino, Chin Itsukuahima and Sai Yen, been hastily dispatched to to reinforce the Japanese >n there, making it the in those waters. It has ordered to oo-operate with British and American admirals in the event of international compli- cations. While the dispatch does not ex- j plain the matter, it is inferred the •qundron is desired to be in readi- for Philippine operations. has withdrawn race tor chief iuetiee in I The Washington correspondent the second supreme judicinl dis of theOlofca Democrat, writes to tn?' M u his paparan follows; Joe Malone, the negro who as- „ saulted Mrs. Stein, the aged white * *PJ* k"** lady, near Dallas on the 15th, was,! Some ®rwnds of General Pita* on the g&th, arraigned in the crim-; hugh Lee ave representad to be i nal court of that city and convicted and given the death penalty. He pleaded guilty. ...

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

;TT,, , J'r —& Jpeople you know ir\w*vv Val lKrbfct has a hick baby. Ha'up bordón ;in<* w'f° arevin- iting 'r«n,P,c* Charley Lackey left Tuesday week's stav at Lam- for about a pa-; s. We understand there are *ev-¡ eral members of J. J. Philp's family sick. \jr-. MeDaniel and sinter. Miss Heiisley. < f Yellow Prairie, were ' in the city yesterday. Kli Parkhill and two young w>n* are seriously ill the young- < est one with congestion. \V. I'. Dunn of Hrndley, I. T., I arrived in the city Saturday morning, visiting relatives. 1%. Ilerbst and family re- turned last 'I ut'sday from a thirtv days' visit to La Porte. Kt'v. J. P. (i.imbrell was in town la^t week and preached at tin- plot for in Sunday morning. Rev. J. M. Carroll, of Helton, was in the city la** week and preached at the platform Sunday night. K. (>. Jann *tl left Friday morn- ing of last week for a month's stav at Marlin for the benefit of bis health. Kvan KUis who has been so seriously ill for several mo...

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

F'^S 1 ' «■T:-•'?>'.■ «irff.i'rB ■;"">:t''' IMS f; THK MAN WHO KNOWS SO MUCH l*« kind •' nrrjr fur Mm. 'mum I know he ■Man* It well; Bvl 1 wish he didn't kiv« ao atanjr useful facta ter t«ll. Ri'i got so educated that hla knowledge ha become A aaoond natura to 'lm which ha can't git looaened from. Ha kaopa ua fallara alltln' at 111. we da'an't laugh or cough. 8a navar give ua any chanca at all fur ahowln" off. An' tha folka all glta to yawnln* whan ha ataría tar hava hi* aay. Tha man who knows ao much It'a allua git* tin' In tha way. aoma ona talla a atory, ha won't even atop tar grin. tfe'U talk about who wrota It an' what yaar 'twaa written In. An' ef Hannah playa the organ. Jaa* aa aoon aa aha gita through He'll lecture on tha mualc Uka aomabody paid him to. Cf aoma one haa a bunch of flowara. he'll pick 'am all apart An' go ter botanlsln*. Ha knowa every* thin' by heart. Ha can't be aattaflad tar go on careless- like an' gay. Tha man who knowa ao much It'a allua git* tlo' ...

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

A story Win A FOWT AccidtnUUjr G*t • Tack la>te«4 „r a Clow la iUa Mouth. A profesional iiuiu who live in the tost end went to the opera house lust Sturdily evening with hi wife and u jflt!v wh<> is visiting the family. He ranted to entertain the visitor, and j,e4lso wanted toseothatoldstugc fu- voritc,"!n^omor.** liverythingpaiaed oil nice I y until the close of the lirst ,ct, when an usher came down the liiíe ii'"l handed hirn a note. He Instilv read it aud reached for hi* hat. "What is it, Henry?" his wife gfkfd. •*A note from (¿corgc," whispered Ihp hifelütod; "heV ju t hark from Cliicajio and wuuts to ee me a mo- wrnt." "lion't be long," continued the wife. llenry went out. found hi* partner in the foyer, discovered what he want- ed and closed the interview with n pil«ii-!>ati fying lihation. As Ii ' returned to his M at he re- tí the vj-itor, ami reaching PROCLAMATION. ir.e into hi pool i t i J r> >ut nclove «nd hastily thru#' it In twe n his lip«. llettrv li...

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

•JJ HP Wm S= Stories of tb« Str««t —Our readers should fully stud)' the several splendid articles we have this week on the agricultural situation, and they way to change it. —Communications received from Bird Song, Irving College, Tennessee and Cardenas, Cuba, this week, but were all too late for publication this week. They will appear next week. —Two wrecks on the Santa Fe this week. One piled up two cars of stock, an engine and ca- boose west of Temple on Tues- day and the other smashed up two cars of sand and a caboose between Caldwell and Somer- ville. —Annie Gabanek, the un- fortunate Bohemian woman who has been confined so long as a lunatic and was released some time since into the care of rela- tives, was found dead last Fri- day. Her death is supposed to have been caused bv heat. Get 10 cent worth of Napthalin balls at Stone & Hitchcock's to put in your blankets when you put them away this spring. It's good to keep the moths out. 47-tf Robert Lldridge McArthur. Last Satu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 August 1898

im ■v J g V, Caldwell News-Ghronicle. fífá OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEPIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. =*>* VOL, XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5. 18%. NO. 12. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. 1 SOMIRVHil. Hummvii.i.k, Texan, Auguat i. eIHTOM MKWS-Cmmoniclk: The Tex * Tie & Lumber company's new precien!, Mr. Baker arrived last Monday. He appears to be full of busines and talk* like a practica! bu*ine** man. He nay* that he han been running cane farm*. We wel- come bim in our midst and hope he will be successful, a* the com- pany, like the Santa Fe, *eems to be in the changing business. F. M. Brown left last Saturday for Chicago. R, A. Brrntlev, Jr.. returned from Marlin Tuesday, where he ha* been for the last three weeks taking hot bath*. Judge Lyoa* returned from Marlin last week. M is* Mary Norton Brantley ík visiting her grandmother at Chappeti Hill. Lust week, a Caldwell bov said to have been out on a thirty day's tramp, boarded the 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 August 1898

!*\ IP Él IUWLL NCWS-CIRMICtT. tdiUrt and Pnpmtof. Every Friday Morning. THERE ARE OTHERS. The following- very pertinent itions asked of Milam coun- officials by the Rockdale >rter, are respectfully re- ferred to Burleson county's ex- ecutives: Sometime since Juntice Well* placed Mi order in thi office for one thousand blank*, but as Clerk Collier had pre- vioualy told u* that he \va* purchaa- ia* airent of the county and no work should be done without his O. K., we asked Mr. Wells had Mr. Collier au- thorised him to have the blank* print- oA. Upon hi* negative reply we told hioi he had better hold up. A* we we going to Cameron that day, Mr. Well* asked u* to speak to Mr. Collier about it and get hi* consent to print what blank* he needed. We delivered the message to Mr. Collier who re- faaed to do so. ¿«tying that as *0011 a* he heard from the beat officer* of the ooanty and found out what they need- ed he would have them printed. Of «oorse we had no more to *ay. Ye*terday while...

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

or THE tor • IMef to Ivm fiat WitMH • facilities clearing houae. Its great strong box, or treasure cheat, waa built to hold 9105,000,000, and when it was erected, three yearn ago, there wati little thought that it capacity would ever be tented. But though the esti mated storage limit has long been overrun, no surplus millions are kicking around loose on the floor of the institution. On the contrary, by crowding the treasure chest, its capacity can be increased over 50 per cent., and the unexpected millions are today sorted quite as safely and guarded as carefully as any of the stock on hand. The great strong box of the New York clearing honse is the only treasure chest of its kind in the world, and competent judges Kay it is also by all odds the best, exceeding in security the vaults of the government at Washing- ton and those of the bank of Kng- •f mm is gow Cato era Storad. tVVv York Hun. More coined gold is packed away for safe keeping in New York this summer than has ever been g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 August 1898

1 . ■ = Sir' I,Vj . «I. tdíHrt and Prqtrititn. Every Friday Moriilu*. Intlte Caldwell pontittcu a im o- matter. *ovbstt in« natis. ii)« one Insertion twenty renin twii liiHitrtluii lb!riy-ívf entila i; out* 'uotitli titi)' i'iui | r Incli. rale* M-vi n and nne-half cent per Inner Men and five cent per Un juent inaertlou. _rle . card* of tlituik* and not Ir # of -Jnmenti v'lven f r rellulon*. eduru- I or cburltulile purp >«-<> ;it half rouu- •I notices of all kind* fl <*o pur Imndrwl •r*t timertlori and .V> ivm |ier l on- rordattuch #ub «quont lti ertlon. lively no reduction* wl'.l be made above rat * Nkwh-ChHORict.lt de lre * corr®a- rdt nt every pwitoflli'e In the county, In exchange will furnish tin* paper. tn- —■'*nd p< >tui;e free, will be pleased to id with i.ny one on «ha ubject. •UMCNINTION RATI ! a.... Ollt 13!. «I M I «0 M Spain hat at Inst decided to ber medicine, but had to fimt follow the instructions on the bot- tle, «shake well before using . Wk ak...

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

p|S| ' ñ V ff *** the «fea The following i the text of the platform adopted by the populist „tatc «invention at Austin last wwk. upon which Hon. Barney Gibbs was placed as the leader: We, the people's party of Texas, ¡o convention assembled, renew our sllegiauce to the undying prin- ciples of the people's party, as enunciated at O&aha and St. Louis. We congratúlate the president of the United Htates on the efficient and successful prosecution of the war between Spain and the United State*. With the most profound feeling of kindredship and nutioual lovalty, devoid of nil sectionalism, *«> most heartily embrace this op- portunity of declaring our soldiers aud sailors the bravest, the uiost loyal, gallant and efficient of the world. 1. We demand the spwxly eon tit ruction and operation of the Nie. am trim canal by the government of the United States alone. j . We demand that no govern- ment bonds shall be issued in lime of war or peace. 3. The war between the I'uited States and ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 August 1898

A" ■ REMEMBER « if yon are dissatisfied with the size of piece or with the quality of the ehewing' tobacco you are using— Rjjtjgs PLUG and you 11 get your money's worth. The 10-cent piece of Battle Ax is larger than the 10-cent piece of any other brand of the same high quality and is the largest niece of really good chewing tobacco that is sold for 10 cents. «member the name when you buy again . iffp II Ép lift; ; '¡hi' I'f'V CáLOWCU REWS-CltONICLE. NT < JWIfl, MM a* •tan SrtSsr •• OslSssl . Tun TEXAS NEWS NOTES. STATE CAPITAL NOTES. At Scholastic Censas The department of education ha* been exceedingly busy recently— the taking of the scholastic census under the new law causing the un- usual activity. The purpose of this law, enacted by the last legisla- Oil «ells are being developed tore, is to prevent the padding of Buffalo, Leon county. the scholastic census. The Texas State Fair opens Oc- For the year ending in 189f> the tober 1. J scholastic census wax 718.649: for Govern...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 August 1898

Start and Stripw Now Wave Over Ponce's 50,000 Inhabitants. PORTO RICANS WELCOME THEM. •<W« Con* Not to Make War, Bat to liltova tee Oppreesad. Washington, July 30.—Tho war department has potitcd the follow- ing dispatch from Gen. Mil«*s: Port Potice. Porto Rico, via, St. Thomas, July 21'.—Secretary of war, Washington: (hi 'Jtlth Gar- retsoii ha<l a spirited engagement on skermish line. Our casualties were four wotiudcd, all doing well. Spanish loss wax three killed and thirteen wounded. Yauco wan occupied yesterday. Henry's division then* to-day. Um evening Commander Davis of the Dixie moved into tlii*i port, followed by '\ pt. 11igginson with hiit fleet early this morning, lien. Wili-on with Ernest's brigade now rapidly disembarking. Spanish troops are retreating in- to the southern part of Porto Kieo. Pon«e and port have n population of 50,000, now tinder the American flag Thr populace received the troops and saluted the flag with wild cqÜiukUkiu. Navy ha- several prize*. al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 August 1898

ON will be used for «II board those ships. ▲ Washington special to the St. Loom Republic nays: President MeKiuley aud Score- Iffy Long have determined to to Congress when it in December the author ton of au important increase of naval establishment, the ap- tion for which to be mode immediately available. In anticipation of the adoption af the recommendation to be sub- mitted Secretary Long has given instructions to the Board of Con- ■traction to 4'please consider the propriety of preparing plans of anen ships as should be recom- mended to the next Congress for aonstruetion." The action of the Secretary is most unusual in the history of the department, and naval officers were inclined to believe that the administration, wisely reckoning an «implication* which may arise from the possession of outlying territory, is preparing to put the navy in condition to meet them. Captain Charles O'Neil, Chief af the Bureau of Ordnance and 000,000. president of the board, proposes to make the prel...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 August 1898

people you know." Chas. Roesler wan on the nick list yesterday. Howard Hill * reported ser- iously ill this week. Will Kasley han had a child se- riously ill this week. |,oo Broaddus ha had a very sick baby thin week. Jacob PiweU returned Tues- d«y from a trip to Kayetteville, Walter Jones, of Cook eh Point, has a very sick child this week. Sam Taylor, of Cookc« Point, U reported quite sick thin week. \v. Solomon, of Brenham wax in onr town Sunday and Mon- day. Mis* Lila Collins returned last Kridav from a visit to relatives at Temple. J. W. i'age, of Tunis, left yes- terday for a trip to Cameron and Kosebud. T. R. liatte, of Bryan was in town Tuesday shaking hands with friends. Robert Hassett, of Drenham. is visiting his sifter, Mrs. Homer L.unkin, this week. ]h t Oliver, left Monday for a week's sojourn at Galveston to recuperate his health. Miss Julia Hill wa* on the sick list yesterday, her place being filled by Tandy Kasley. J. W. Murray, Sr., and son, J. W., returned Monday fr...

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

121 * %r ü p-' Éfll T6fe*v m WiNmi «tic* Weal Uto r«r Ust Wwk'i Editor Nkws-Chkomclb: Our suspense was ended on The latest «port with the boye here, was a trip to Piedra , a small island. The assistant ma- chinist, John Thompson, chap- eroned the crew and all went fishing and turtle hunting which resulted in our catching enough the evening of the 13th, when it Supp|y us for a week. kidney* organ* to healthy, active and regular performance if their function , when thin i accomplished the eye will become bright and aparkling, the •kin fair and itmooth. and the com- plexion clear. Price SI a bottle. For ■ale by Stone A Hitchcock. was announced we would leave the historical little town, Key West, for the Cuban coast. At six o'clock all was ready for another cruise across the blue waves of the sunny gulf, bunting for the game we could not find. As the stars and stripes waved proudly o'er Fort Taylor and then faded away in the distance, there was nothing to be heard save the busy hum of s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 August 1898

: ', '<.v, HHHHMHHBI Room At Farm « "w: ft " The lower rung* of the Udder of life arc all occupied; the lower in the sleeping cur of progress are all filled, and many 0f them are «doubled up, the nit aN l tfallerie* of the theater of hutnan existence are crowded, hut there is plenty of room on the „lajrc; the auditorium in full to overflow i nff, but the roatrum is not half filled. Thoue who can reach the top of the ladder, or the upper berth, the fttage or the ros- trum will find a vacant place wbich they exactly fill. There ¡H room at the top, but whether •y HM •f ti Stale at Tmm. Whereas, the Twenty-fifth legisla- ture at it* regular biennial aeaaion, which convened on the 12th day of January, A. D., 18« 7t and adjourned on the 21 t day uf May. A. U. 1817, passed the following Joint Resolution, in the manner prescribed by the Con- stitution of this State, proposing the following amendment to the Conatitu- tion of this State, to-writ: Joint Resolution to amend Section SI, of Ar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 August 1898

/ "- • ' .X '",v u: I. í K Ü; 1! ¡ , is of tb# Stntt MWNMNNN —Bob Newaome was in Tuea day and took two negroes «down to Koppe'a farm. —The old frame ' buildings* are being torn down to make room for Harry Hudson* new build- inga. —Our Hi* correspondent in- forms us there is considerable complaint of boll worms in his lo- cality. —We are indebted to Miss Blanche Heslep and Maud Lyles this week for courtesies extend- ed in the way of news items. —Parties in town Tuesday re- port that cotton poison is scarce in Brazos county, but the supply seems to be good in Caldwell. —The fevers are so prevalent that it would be far easier to re- port those who are well this week than those who are sick. —The postoffice will be moved on or before next Tuesday to the old Hudson building, the first door east of the present location. —Old man Orsag, of Tunis, father of Lucas Orsag, who has been in business there for years, died last Monday at a very ad- vanced aye—about 95 or % years. -—Speaking of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

' * ' Éy Caldwell News-Chronic OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMRSS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1898. NO. 13. j FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. HOOfcERVIUE. Hookknvii.i.k, Texas. August 7. KDITOHH NKWS-Chmoniclk: «Wonder* will never cease. We bad a couple of cool and pleasant day last week. Tuesday, Thursday and Fri- day each gave us a good rain. Many fall garden* arc being planted. On every side can be heard the squeaking, «craping, HquaHhing sorghum mill, with itn simmer- ing pan beside. Their owners may not have the «slickest job in the world, but it would be hard to find a sweeter. Messrs. C. Bankston, F. A. Arnold and others are very de- sirous of having a local bee con- vention. Midway school house is the place and Wednesday, Au- gust 17. is the time selected. A good program will be prepared, and it i hoped that everybody interested in apiculture will conic in the morning, prepared to stay all day. Mr.Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 August 1898

ngftgig I pü! !^w.PW trxw«i 1«, PS® P |p¡; Mm ik Hp V £Wt?; " Wrnffl' ■ IS, ü MCWS-CRROMCLCm « Mum. MM wif MfrMtn. laaued Every Friday Mornln*. Ti«k battleship Texas, though to keep off the bottom at ftttt, has earned a reputation in tbe last few months of which the l4Me Star Suite mav well be proud. Cotton will begin to come in ia a very short time, and our Merchants should get their ads ia early. Don't wait too long, or •one one else may already secure the trade which should be yours. With last week's issue of the La Grange News, Buck Whitlow, «pe of the former proprietors, became the sole proprietor. He promises to improve that already creditable sheet,and we wish him «abounded success in his efforts. Wk want a correspondent in every community in Burleson county from which we do not aow receive a letter weekly. We furnish you stationer-; and a copy of the paper and will pay you a liberal commission upon all busi- secured. Wk would like to add four more home-print pages to the Nkw...

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