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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

rf^iü • v , * '?* ! ••'• Se ''•••• "*1 * !:vl- '':s- :f W *'* ! . ' . — ■ - gOiUR * YWII f.OT EMU*. _„lN in Uw ÜN PTMMtMl fcy Ifce idilor f • C«W«r«to WmM>. Commenting upon the appcar- .flCC „f a new weekly in a neigh- MluUilppI Valley Democrat. Admiral Sumption, who was ad- vanced over the head* of men older in the service to the com- nrt,r town, the subscription niand ol the fleet at Santiago, in ntill tiling documents in which he attempt to join issues with com- modore Schley, who, however, is rjcc « f which is #1 a year, the litor of the San Miguel (Cal. i leKM'nger is moved to speak im. words of sober sense on j *howing himself a man of sense i,.' subject of subscription rates:' hv keeping silent. One of the 11 .. . - . iL!. t_ i j . • . « « Waco Telephoue. The campaign for the state of- ficers this year does not offer any encouragement to those who en- joy excited contests in political campaigns. When the democrats of Texas selected Joe Savers as their standard bearer thi v...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 August 1898

i£j,<' HE ¿í' -«■ fejjiív iM'í*1 of tb« Str««t. MATH Or A. i. HOtltN. —There was a picnic at (lee spring Tuesday. —Jenkins & Jenkins ginned their first bale of cotton last Tues day. —A gay and giddy crowd of young folks went to Dime Box last Sunday. —The oil mill was running a couple of days this week to get things oiled up. —W. H. C. Lee and family have already moved into the recently vacated Gee residence. —Jenkins & Jenkins have been having some improvements done on their gin in the West end. —Notice an article in another column from W. H. C. Lee to the farmers and ginners of Burleson county. It will interest you. —Geo. Heslep has been having some needed improvement made on his dwelling in the shape of a nice dining room. —Ven P. Siddell, who died of fever at Miami last week and was buried in Dallas Saturday, had numerous relatives in this and adjoining counties. —We owe Mr. Duckworth an apology for overlooking his ad last week, but as the most of our force was in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

Ü Caldwell News-Chronicle. OI R AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE PAKMERB ANIi WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. Si ■ •. >" ,jwh- VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1898. NO. 15. ■H'MU'WWWWIWWIWWI *< r , '«i ts ss WL FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. 7 J guard their hives against intrud- ing moths; excellent honey-gath- ering qualities, etc. What kind of hive should be used? A hive with movable frames, and which is capable of being ex- pandcd or contracted and with in- NOOKIRVIU.C. Hook xm vi u.k. Te* , August 22. ri>ito«t Nku -Chromci.k: Miss Essie Roberson, of Salado, visited friends and relatives in our midtkt last week. Miss Gussie Griffin, of Lean- der, is visiting Mrs. Burns and , terchangeable parts, such as the family. , Langstroth, etc. We are informed that Mrs. i What are the ad vantagesof that Mitchell, an aged lady who re- kind of hive over a log, or box? sided near Yellow Prairie, died First, a keeper can study his on the 18th inst. bees. Seco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

S-— X NEWS-CHRONICLE. •MX JP fetes |§ w li Hg « J9MM. M(m wtf fnpritfn. Id the Caldwell pottofllco h wc- malter. And now Waco wants to have a «Peace and Prosperity Jubilee tile last of September. Success to the scheme and to the tireless worker Riggins. Such enter prises as the Cotton Palace* the Walco Karnival Trades Display, etc., are the greatest business- getters of the century. Wk have received volume 1, ■umber 1, of the Williamson County News, a new venture at Georgetown by Cates & Wilson. The News seems tobe a very aewsy sheet and its make-up and general appearance arc excellent. We wish the news a prosperous iDjrage on the sea of journalism. Thk Bastrop Advertiser re- marks that Spain has been forced to swallow a pretty big dose of «S. S. S. (Sbafter, Schley and Sampson) and is now resting easy. Her system is apparently cleaned out. though she has lost flesh from the strong medicine a sed in connection with a couple of doaes of Dewey's pills. Thekk will be thousands of o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

Victoria íi Tjctowa, Texas, August 16.— "The partial failure of the cotton crop this year will not be an un- mixed evil, a it i compelling the ;far mera to deviae way a and •maanaof escaping from the bond- age in which they have been held for many years by reason of total dependence on King Cotton. A truck farmers' association has been organized at Nursery, in this county, comprising fifty en- terprising and determined farm- ers. who have agreed to plant 10U0 acres or more in melon* and «arly vegetables, and a commit- tee consisting of Mentir*, (ianot, Benson and Onderdonk called on Martin Ball. At the last meeting of the com- misaioner's court, that august body discussed the necessity of graveling aeveral of the roads in the county, especially the pike between Martin and the Braxoa. In the courae of the diacuaaion the atatement was made that the cause for the holes in the pike was to be found in the use of nar- row tires on wagons. It was pointed out that when a narrow tired wagon ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

■ í r, |Éé: m": ¿i' • : i jm Ílv'í m IfMMBfMp MWS-CMRONICLE — 4 «MMCV. IV/to* «*</ PrqtriiUn. tn the Caldwell povtuflc a w c- Butttcr. Issued Every FrltUr Morning. úS UVMTIIIM MTM. «da one Insertion twenty cents _S two limertlnn tlilrty-Bvo cent i one mootl) sixty cents per Inch. nUt seven and nne-half cents ner insertion und Uve cents per line rabanquent Insertion. Mtnarles, carda of thanks and notlcea of •rtalnnteiits given foi religion*, oduoa- tal or charltuble purposes at half regu- I notl Ices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred _ flrst Insertion and M cent per bun- I words each subsequent lusertlon. Positively no reductions will be made 1MB above rates. Nkwi-Chroxici.e desires a corros* t at every postofllce In the county, eschunire «rill furnish the paper, sta- /and poHlttire free. Will lie pleased to pond with any one oo the subject. jSV CSroe subscription satss: Tear Months Montns n so 1 0D so "IN HOC SIGNO VINCES.' Caldwell, Texas, Friday, August 2b. TOBACCO CI 7- TVftE. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

SB THE TEXAS KMWUCMK. fMlr •tanpHr Fort Worth, Tex. After several days of "hot time" the republican* woaud up their state convention here last week by re-electing E. H. R. Oreen as «tato chairman. Following is their platform reso- lutions : Be it resolved, by the republicans of Texas in oonvention assembled: That we tender unreservedly our congratulations to the American people on the able, impartial and patriotic conduct of public affairs •>y the national administration. We congratulate the oountry in the renewed confidence it has in- spired on the restoration of natural conditions in our daily life and re- sulting prosperity of unexampled proportions. That we reaffirm our allegiance tí the principles laid down by the St. Louis platform in 1M9(>, and we particularly aunouuee that we are unreservedly for sound money. We heartily indorse the aetion aud course of President MeKinley and the administration sine their inauguration. They have inspired universal confidence, restored ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

ÜL aaüv A .iAMfl m-Mi*. • Wüf fl vWillvi ftMWV Hi 1IPlPi •• Iwned every Friday at Caldwell. Texas TEXAS NEWS NOTES, The Unit Michigan apples have ¿cached the state for this season. Bandy Jackson arrested at Dal- laa for criminal assault upon Edna Hill. Both colored. One thousand barrels of flour at Fort Worth have been shipped to Havana, via Galveston. A. L. Clay got a 30-year sen- tence in Judge Clint's court at Dal- las, charged with slaying Isidore Brady. Riche's Texas immune regiment, just returned to Galveston, are to be the first lot of troops mustered •at—ao says Gen. Corbin. The federal court at Waco has granted injunction preventing ac- tive competition between retailers and traveling salesmen. On preliminary trial at Stephen- ▼ille, for the killing of Austin King, editor of the Appeal, Harry Williams and his wife were refused bail. Private David A. Kennedy of San Angelo died of typhoid fever at Port St. Philip, La. Also Pri- vate J. H. Moore of Cartilage. Both of company E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

w, ,-<'v PEOPLE IM|H L. L. Stewart ha# a very aick child. J. C. Wyett, of Myers, was in the city Thursday. Will McArthur visited frienda in (iiddinga Sunday. Mi Suella Hudson went to Rockdale laat Friday. Green Grant was in Smithville a day or two thia week. l at Homan returned to bin home in Dalla laat Tueaday night Mra. K. H. Barnett, of Bren-¡ hum, came up Sunday to visit her j parent . Frank Womack returned to hi home in Galveston SundayI morning1. Mrs. Lee Broaddua left Satur- day for Austin county to visit relatives. Mtss Johnnie Johnson, of Cal- vert, viaited Miss Kin ma Stuart thin week. fa í-V- S ST Loon Lake bleached domestic, 36 inches wide, 4c. Columbus soft finish bleached domeatic, 36 inchea wide, 5c. 14 yards Hope bleached, 36 in. wide, SI. Lonsdale bleached, 36 inchea wide, 8c. Pepperell 10-4 bleached sheet- ing, 20c. Pepperell 9-4 bleached sheet- ing, 18c. Pepperell 10-4 brown sheeting, 18c. Pepperell 9-4 brown aheeting, 15c. Dover 10-4 bleached sheeting, 15c. Do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

m,;, te § w * BiÉ DELINQUENT TAX LISf. Report of lands and town lots assessed on the tax rolla of Burlcaon county, Texas, for the year 1897, which are delinquent for taxes of 1897, returned by W. J. Harria, tax collector. LAND NAME OF OWNER Allcorit, J W. Barnett. J C. A I * I So. OKIUINAL UUANTEE. TRJT Aer'n iKetid STATE TAXES lU'v. Moll'I Poll t*wii COUNTY TAX'S ti. Tot'I Ad v.! Bruning. August Bell. Simon Bell. Win. Jr Bird, W A Burke. A J Bird. T J (Eat) •• Ellen " Brown, Dick Broaddus. H C Brown lee, Phoebe... Bank «ton, T B Carroll, AC Cornor, Robt Carr, Cha Coleman, Rufus .... « *• Douglas*, Geo. Jr.. Dickey. AW Ellin, Tobe Ferrell, Andrew Given , Tom Green, Robt Gannon, Mr Fanny Green, Jack Harris, Scy Hill, Ike || M «I Hilliard, J ¿! !! 198 D Perry 64 A F Austin 59 Sam Sweareniren 45 C Perry 45" •' 65 8 F Austin 171 H McKeen 83 E M Cox 82 " " Ml A M Cooper 24 Jan Foster 5 Jno Bird 24 Ja Foster 5 Jno Bird 207 20 ' Neal Robinson ' L Dickenson Lyon Home tead.. 93 waiter Campbe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

' " Hi m Sen* paperdom. prophet there arc in plenty who tell uh that the coming fall and winter will be the most pros- perous the country ha enjoyed for a decade. Indeed, ijf ns are hto saving* amounted to a tidy anm he bought a amall place in Napa valley and nettled down to growing vine . There ia much that i delusive about the vine when in the hand of the inexper- ienced. Our carpenter, ignor- for a ueciiut. •-^y of farm¡ d th , wanting, plain to the obiter- .. . fu ♦ nrnnhnaMa blunders} the vine were a fail- v'ltit man, that these propne icH i . « 1 ,r ,nn,i; ure, and he aroused to thm fact «re based upon favoring conai- . .. h-- one da>'« anti to another one, tion*. L ropH arc abundant, har- n!im„lv ',h:„ h„ m,n„ vests have already been bounte ous. people have discovered that the war ha not di turbed busi- ness as they had expected it would and a confident tone per- vades the busine of the country. Among advertiser of large re- sources and large faith is this feeling of confi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 August 1898

i £5® F&' ir Storits of tb« Street •—Sparks & Porter lost a valu able buggy horse last week. —A good many bales of cotton have been marketed here this week. —John Horcica lost his resi idence and contents by lire last week. —A negro section hand named Nick High tower, lost a finger Tuesday. —J. C. Womble is building an elegant barn at the rear of his residence. —J. W. Harvey came near los- ing a fine Jersey cow last week by a collision with a Santa Fe train. —Our readers should carefully atudy the new ads of Stone & Hitchcock and J. M. Fagan, this week. —A gay party of young folks «penta pleasant evening at A. C. Murray's residence last Tuesday night. —Jerry Hightower, a gentle- man of color was fined $5.00 and lace last Tuesday for using an overdose of abusive language. —Our readers should hunt last week's paper and read the article on the state text book law, includ- ing a list of the books and priccs. —Just as soon as this intensely hot weather will let up a bit, we w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 September 1898

. v. a .• • • ' *Sfc'te í ./ % i 'jmfi- ■• • t* ■ ■ ■' v *«jHI OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMER® AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1898. fl ¿S A FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. I pany, passed through here Fri- HtUi^KM, Texan, August 30. EuiTON* N«W8-CHIIOMC!.K: a good rain fell in our vicinity last Friday and Saturday. Cotton picking is now the order of ihe dav. O. W. Chriesman and wife paid a visit to the family of K. M. Old- ham laat week. Mr. and Mr*. Eiken, of Bell county, viaited E. Oswalt and family last week. The death angel called at the home of J. A. Guthrie taut Satur- day morning and carried away their baby. Mm. M. W. (ireece, Mr . K N. Oswalt and Karl Boyd are re- ported on the sick list. Our young people spent a very Íleasañt evening at the home of i. W. Poole last Thursday, sing- ing being the source of enjoy- ment This correspondent attended church at Karly Chapel last Sun- day. Three" sermons we...

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

pw U:1. I la lh* Caldwell Whknkvkr you get tired of raising four cent cotton, just re- member there in no law to com- pel you to continue raising it. Ton can raise something elae when you get ready. If thk continued and ever pres- ent low price of cotton does noth ing else, it will certainly be a moat wonderful blessing to the land, in absolutely compelling the people to find out that they can raise other things. « Wk still have the road open to the rear, telegraphed Shafter from Santiago. But he is heroic enough when it conies to entering an undefended Cuban village and tearing down the Cuban flag.— Mississippi Vailfy Democrat. Thk effort is going to be a gigantic one on the part of the traitor democrats to make the issue in the next two campaigns one of expansion instead of, as it should be, one of free silver. Shall they be allowed to win? Thk Shoe and Leather Review bas nominated a ticket for the real «people's party that will carry t«e country. Here it is: For Admiral, GEORGE D...

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

Atlanta gome of our esteemed gold standard contemporaries are lay- lay the flattering taction to their mouIh, that the Conatitution'a prediction of better times for this winter ia an indication of weak- ness on our part in the belief that prosperity, in its fullest meas- ure, will not be restored until the currency is reformed and rested on a basis of both gold and sil- ver. The Troy, New York, Times, fir instance, in bidding adieu to the calamity howlers, whose oc- cupation, it says, will be gone with the advent of better times, says: «The Atlanta Constitution ii a alibi- ing example of this change of opinion. A rabid advocate of free «liver, thin moat prominent Southern newapaper •aw nothing but mlafurtunca In atore mb the result of the defeat of Bryan, but now it ainga a different tune. The Conatitution la quite aa much right thia year aa it waa a year ago. The Constitution was right last year, and it is right this year! We predicted then that the fullness of prosperity would nev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 September 1898

WSmWímmá Weleft Key a etif oí tk lltk urbod ta experf - tke kfaad oí Cate. a d , act 3.3tt au «• the ¡2ik Oa accwat oi a mm~ ■>J#fvlM^ÍMr WtVrta tfce Co- d «ar optan, we were 4eb;e4 at Safia U Gr d <m* dar, áad thee proceeded to the karbor of Cavberíes, tbis be- M in, rli> * lian m • ki.t (N* «HM |M iC tactile place wrbere we were to tke expedttáoak Alter a covacil of war was held between toe Caben asd American that we ahoeld at-f i tack tbe Spanish faaboata ta tke barbor and shell tke enemy ou t ; «kore while tke expedition ¡I! "fA HOC SIC SO VJSCEST Caldwell. Teca*. Friday. September 2. ATPkEClATEn COMFUMEST. w If tkert i a. better o€ prettier ccnto- Urjr weekly is Ten tk n tbe (aWNrftt lM Cbrt«iik. we wish tbe geutie- tditor woeid pet a* on bi* ea- Kukm&*J Coaster. Coming from at mas *o ably yalifed as a judge in the matter, tbe above compliment certainly is pleasing. We hare «earnestly and hooestly endeavored to get out best and neatest country the state and we are ...

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

Inquiry Into the Conduct «f Mm War Department it Imminent. RESPONSIBILITY TO BE FIXED For tbi IMftoot of tbi Mm4* and Comforts of Otu Soldiers. Wellington, Aug. 30.—Tli« Harina* City Star's Washington correspondent wires his paper as follows: Conditions at Santiago, at Chat- tanooga, at Montauk and elsewhere are to be thoroughly investigated— not by an Alger appointed com- mission in star chamber session- lnit by a board of officers to be ap- pointed by the president, or aoom- mittoe appointed by congress. The charges mud ' by Gen. Miles through the Kansas City Star do not admit of delays and the pre— punished. It*as known that there was to be a battle; our army was eent there for that purpose, and it was nothing short of criminal to neglect the necessary preparations for the care of the wounded and siek and to provide for the suste- nance of the army. An investí* gation should be had at once, and au example should be made of those responsible. The president might order an investiga...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 September 1898

üf r ü' m í mm B 1M/. feff lÉ ¡atar m-í CALDWELL NEW9-CM0NICLE. tmr t jtmn. t**n *m laroad etr«ry Friday at Caldwell. Te* * t'í ■ta flf-I: TEXAS NtWS NOTES. Texarkana's new opera house, at Spring Lake park, i«* completed. Benton Comity Old Settlers met in second annual reuuion at Roan- oke 1000 strong, last week. Burglars robbed the safe of .1. 1. Oreerilee & Co., at Iowa I urk, an Micured five bondred dollars. Deputy Constable 8am A. Mose- ly oí Wichita Falls was the other night mysteriously assassinated. Judge E. G. Bower of Dallas has succeeded Gen. W. L. Cabell aa commander-in-chief of the trans Mississippi division of U. C. > s. In railroad circles it is said that Boston capitalists will build shops at Sabine Pass and extend the Oulf, Beaumont and Kansas City road to that place. The Pecos and Northern railroad lias notified the comptroller tb«*t it has completed and in operation eighteen miles of road from Ama- rillo to Canyon City. T. P. Gore, the blind orator of Navarr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 September 1898

V. j! ■ ^ • Gen. Joe Wheeler, in command at Wikoff camp, Montauk Point, is reported as drawing down his surgeons over negligence in the treatment of the aiek soldier* ibero. Dr. Wood reported to Uen. Wheeler that there wan a scarcity of medicines in camp. Oen. Wheeler had a talk with Col. For wood, in charge of the medicine department. "There's Íleutv of medicine here," said !ol. Forwood, "but the doctora won't seud for it." '•We'll see about this right now," «aid the general, and he summoned all the division surgeons to the general hospital. "Now Col. For- wood has plentv of medicines," «aid Oen. wheeler, "and 1 don't want any man to say to-morrow he is without medicine." He summoned all the surgeons together again,the nest day. Dr. Wood was the only inau who said he had been unable to get medi- cines. He had made requisition* on Col. Forwood. but the medicines did not come. "How altout that, Forwood!" asked the gem-mi sharply. "The requisition was all right, but Dr. Mi ood would u...

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

§1 i , £$$$••■' • An Associated Prosa Correepon- dent writes s The Provieuoe of Santiago de Cuba and especially that part of it east of the line drawn between Sagua de Tananto, San Luis and Santiago is to day of rótil interest to thousau ds iu the United States. The natural resource* of the country and its fertility, its pro ducts and its industries are of paramount importance. The rich aess of the soil here, as elsewhere in the island, entitles it to consider- ation from an agricultural stand- point. The raising of cane and the manufacture of sugar aré the chief apurces of wealth in the province. In the immediate neighborhood of 8*ntiago are the following sugar estates: Santa Ana, bwned by Francisco Ansa. and American citizen, whose average annual output i& 40,000 bags (each 300 pounds). Hatillo, owned by J. Bueno & Company, Cubans; annual output 00.000 bags. Union; owned by Santiago Rous- seau. a French citizen : (>0.000 bags. Sabanilla,owned by Lino Salozar, a Cuban; 2...

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