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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 September 1898

PEOPLE YOU K G. Colberg has been quite sick ib week. Mrs. N. Cromar tie has been sick the past week, V. E. Herbst's baby has been quite sick this week. A. D. Rust, Jr., ha« had a very sick baby this week. Rev. H. C. Willis has bad a very sick child this week. A. W. Sale ba been on the sick list several days this week. Jule Hill is now buying cotton for J. I). Giddings, of Lyons. J. 1). Giddings, of Lyons, was in town Monday on business. Miss Suella Hudson returned last Friday from u visit to Rock- dale. falbert Harris ha been at home sick two or three days this week. W. O. Addison, of Deanville, han returned from a trip to Went Texas. of NEW FALL GOODS. Loon Lake bleached domestic, 36 inches wide, 4c. Columbus soft finish bleached domestic, 36 inches wide, 5c. 14 yards Hope bleached, 36 in. wide, SI. Lonsdale bleached, 36 inches wide, 8c. Pepperell 10-4 bleached sheet- ing. 20c. Pepperell 'J-4 bleached sheet- ing-, 18c. Pepperell 10-4 brown sheeting', 18c. Pepperell 0-4 brown sheeti...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 September 1898

Ip'v' b&SSv- P|!;r ü With a view to encourage the cultivation of corn m a substitute lor the almost universal cotton crop in the South, the depart- ment of agrie nlture has issued a pamphlet (No. 81, Farmers' Bulletins), from which we extract the following on the rotation of crops suggested as being most available over a large area of the South: A crop of cotton occupies the land during the entire year and is a poor preparatory crop for corn, but where it is made the princi- pal crop, as it will always be on many plantations, corn must oometimes follow it, and the best rotation must depend on the pro portionate areas which are given to each of the two crops. Where two-thirds or more of the land is ased for cotton, with no perma- nent hay fields, as is very com- ■ion in the Yaxoo Delta and many other rich alluvial regions, a com- mon rotation is: second year, corn °".d cowpeas and winter oats and vetch; third year, cot- ton. This rotation is almost the only one possible where nea...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 September 1898

IÍ4MWNP Mew OrlMtM Etste . «I want to tell you that the nearer you get to Washington, the cloaer you get to the higher circle , the more implacable ia the preju- dice against the South and every- thing Southern, aaid Dr. Dabney to a Sutes reporter. And Dr. Dabney looked every word he aaid. Only last night he returned from ¡ the national capital, where he did something which few men have done and which no politician would have dared to do. He told the secre- tary of war, Russell A. Alger, to his face that every Southern sol- dier who dies from the pesti- lence or disease in the army bould have emblazoned on nis tomb, «died through the crimi- nality of Russell A. Alger. Not only did he tell the secretary this, but much more to the same point and read him a lesson that fairly took his breath away. It was perhaps the first time that an honest man had told them to their faces his honest opinion. They were astounded anil non- plussed, and Dr. Dabnev, known throughout the scientific and me...

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

V", y-". . w r*M- t . á Bife áwí; m •• fxmwwwnin' ' Storits of tb« Street. —G. K. Jame is having a new coat of paint applied to hiti resi- dence this week. —Ten out of nineteen of the normal students last summer se- cured certificates. —W. T. Worn ble has a few words of interest to you in his ad In another column. —(Juite a crowd of young peo- ple enjoyed a pleasant evening with Miss Lillie Nelson last Mon- day. —The city schools open Mon- day and will probably have a large attendance right at the start. —There is so much sickness this week and so many are seri- ously ill that we have heard but little else. —The telephone line is now completed and connections are made with Frank King's aud Dr. Matthews' residences. —Filling in the ipilly just be- low Johnston's furniture store is one of the good things that's been done for our streets this week. —For the protection of the bands in rainy seasons, the oil mill has built a covering over their platform on the far side of the mill. —The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 September 1898

OUR aim la thk greatest benefit to the VOL. XIX. r- ■r* FROM OUR RURAL STAFF.") NO. 17. and working people of burleson county. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. Tl^AS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 189a Hix, Tesas. Sept. 5. Editor* Nkw ^m«oniclk: Fur the lack of new* and time to collect mame, our communica and the river are some very fine farm , and the whole will average with any of the upland of tne county. In regard to the #5 and $10 land of the county, we will aay that, with the exception of a tion thia week muat neceaaarily ^ew hundred aerea of aand hill L which lay between here and San Antonio prairie in a aoutheaaterly direction, there ia not an acre of improved land that can be bought for anything like $10 per acre, much lee $5. Now Mr. Editor, with your conaent I would like to aay a few worda to the correapondenta of the Nkws-Chkoniclk: Brother correapondenta. we have in the Nkws-Chsoniclk a be ahort. Everybody ia aa buay aa a bee in a tar barrel, gathering the fleecy ataple. The worma hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 September 1898

m: pr i , m i ü NEWS-CHRONICLE.. 4 J9MM. téitf art MffMm I Ib tb« Caldwell prntoAcs M *e- i natter. SVC. AR TRt 'ST IMPERIALISM. MiHiuippi Valley Democrat. The sugar trust will control the New York convention, and, tlirough Croker and his associ- ates, will insert such a plank as inserted in the Texas plat- as the result of the work of «lawyers taking «fees from im- perialist «clients. That is to he expected. New York state is completely controll- ed! by the plutocracy. In Ohio however, Chicago platform de- mocracy made a strong rally, beat the trusts and adopted an em- phatic declaration in favor of Cuban independence and against imperialism. And in Texas the democrats of Mr. Bailey's district, learning how they had been sold out, repudiated the sugar trust clauses of the state platform and renominated Mr. Bailey on a straight democratic platform, declaring openly ana strongly against the imperialistic conspir- acy. The meaning of this whole business is shown in this table of the a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 September 1898

ífw 1 From cA Warahlp'a Uattery, in Frank Leslie' Popular Monthly. In manning the bnttaries on a vaascl of war twelve men at branches of the depar over which Secretary Al ' "" ,u | And tjbe pity of ¡tall i that the * «i C a " people of the United State*, who lotted to every gun, with the ex- Jf, too'r toassist the veption o the ten, twelve and rviur> tr f are helóles in thirtcer« ! si «SR!aíSSSíit ret*. I" fn •' , * " atives and friends are only able belns ¡ I,, find the particular object of men .in* i- «■ ■ . * their Huarcti after discntte of nctf« KKh ' "•"' > J" lcct ha done it fatal work, the perform, and Udder the thorough | bU Htond!t Mpkws syatem of drohr* in the t mted ¡io ^ ks ¡ , , « Sute navy hem generally letter- „„,h „h„ ,iv i¡„. „„ perfect in bin work. The six men of the thirteen-inch crew are des- ignated an follows: captain, first .Hid second plugnian and sponger, liftman, return-lever man, and trainer. The duty of the captain m to exercise á general supervisio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 September 1898

p'V\ m H|K$ am. 4 mfs-cmoNicLt. IWHhi HIW I In tbe OaMwell poatoace u ne- intilcr. Iwwd Every Friday Morning. A VCHTISM« NATIS. > Ml* one Insertion t_ J; two Inaertlona thirty ... bt oar month ility cent# par I wren e eei I nek. «ta and one-half eeata far iteriton and Ive oenta par llae ueot InaarUon. notleaaot ¡lona, edaca- oarda of thaaka and •lamenta riven (or reliftlona. < or eharltuble purpoaea at half .. notice of all kla4a *«• par haairad _ ¿rat Inaertlon and M cent per bun* I worda cwli aubaeqaant Inaertlon. Poaltirely no reductlona will be Made Ma above ratea. NivM'RHomcu deal rea u correa it at every poatoMce In the county, i exchange will furnlah the paper.ata- jr and poNtoffe free. H III lie pleaaad to «orraapond with any one on tbe aubject. Sí Tear Montha..... Montna II M 1 « M •'/iV HOC SÍGSO I'INCES." Caldwell, Texaa, Friday. September 9. Bkyan and free silver for 1900, , 1 j «7 ^ t MapM I Up to the hour of going to press, the Dreyfus case in Prance was the all ...

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

fill. those wrmiwrmmm. «y urn!Iwiil ■■psits Km JJ- f*ramns tfciflMttui IkaMawuoit ~ _ J-' _ JJTll—F P ^ ^ «IVW|PVIV New* conpany will each attempt to A special to the New Turk Tri- bune froui Washington says: The naval board of experts, under the specific authority of Secretary Long, affirmed its action ¡u recommending a comprehensive programme, involving the speedy construction of fifteen warships exactly as outlined two weeks ego, and directed the various bureaus of the navy department to proceed forthwith with the preparation of the actual plans for the greatest construction project ever under- taken in a single period by the United State*. Since the udoption of t he program mo by the board on August 17 its members have de- vr.tcd themselves earnestly to the thorough consideration of the les- sons gained iu the war with Spain and of the necessity for vast sea ;y*v*w 55555 B secure a vessel which is praetioally the duplieate of similar battleships wow being built by each of these ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 September 1898

■ Mf i . *■ MI lis ■ , ;T' ' ' ' &' ■■ ' . B ,jll ' - . ... . ..... - If te. é CALDWELL NEWS-CMROMCIJE. tmr * mm*. won • <> * bnrd ev^ry Friday at Caldwell. Ttiii TEXAS NEWS NOTES. ▲t 300 feel deep oil was struck ia another well ft Sour Lake, near Beaumont. # Orders are oat for mustering out Rkfee's immunes and the fourth Texae volunteer*. The farmers of Caldwell county are «aid to have entered iuto an agreement to plant no more cotton. Denton eountjr went wet by 1000 aaajority in her local option elec- tion held on the 3rd. Col. A. J. Houston has beeu nominated for congress by the re- pnblicans of the 6th district. ' Twenty-two Itasca boys, with tfee Houston Light Guards at Jack- sonville, have received honorable discharge. The governor has commuted to life imprisonment the death sen- tence of Valentine Garza under sentence to hang pt Laredo. The time for the trial of John B. Shaw for lunacy has been set for November—and the Cleburne mur- derer gets another lease on life....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 September 1898

m Savage Dervish Warriors Hurlad to Death by Britishers. THE KHALIFA'S ROUTE COMPLETE Anglo-Egyptian Army Bator* Omdir nu Triumphantly. = Omdurmau, Opposite Khartoum, Ou the Nilfc, Nubia, Sept. 2, by Camel Post to Nnmri.—The sirdar, (ien. Sir Herbert Kitohener, witli the khalifa'* black standard, cap- tured during the battle, entered Omdurmau, the capital of mahdiam, at 4 o'clock this afternoon at the head of the Anglo-Kgyptiau «olumn after completely routing the der- vishes anp death blow to mahdiam. Roughly (iur losses were 200, while thousands of the dervishes were killed or wounded. Last night the Anglo-Egyptian army encamped at Agaiza, eight miles from Oiuduruian. The der- vishes were three miles distant. At dawn the cavalry patrolling to- ward Omdurmau discovered the enemy advancing to the attack in battle urray chanting war songs. Their front consisted of infantry and cavalry, stretched out for three or four miles. Countless banners fluttered over their iuhsscs and the copper...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 September 1898

TWS| > W: i Mf: «Cí: 'f «'• S'í' f ■ «I THE GRUÍ STATE FAIR. IwythlBi If Mitas Besdlaees tor Op—lot Day—Oct 1. General Manager Sydney Smith •f the Texas State Fair, in an in- terview with a press reporter at Dallas the other day. expressed much gratification at the progresa oí preparations for opening of the fair—Oct. 1. Exhibitors he say , appriciate that the management means to open on date advertised and are rapidly getting exhibits in >sition. Everything promises to in act readiness on time. SPECIAL HAYS. The following is a list of the "Special days" 'at the coming Texas State Fair and Dalla* expo- sition. Oct. 1st to 10th, inclusive: October 1—Democratic day. Peace Jubilee day. October 4—Barbers' day. October •">—Tennessee day. October 0—Texas rangers' day. October 7—Educational day, Texas farmers' day. October s— Educational day, United Commercial Travelers' day. Octoder 10—Alabama day. October 11—Mothers' congress of W. C. T. U. October 1.2—G. A. R. day. October 18—S...

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

jack Ragsdale haa a tick baby. Bantv Hartgravea baa been sick thia week and last R. L. Joiner made a business trip to Coraicana tbla week. K«1 Heslep, of Ladonia, ia in town visiting friend® thia week. Mr . J. H. Fuoaa ia Buffering with a caae of tbe prevailing fe- ver. Bokn:—'To Mr. and Mra. Duck- worth on Monday, Sept ft, a fine if'1,1- judge E. G. Banks left Monday ni^ht for Austin on a business trip. Raymond Heslep returned Sat- urday from a year m schooling at Corsicana. Mr . K P. Hutching* left Loon Lake bleached domestic, 36 inchea wide. 4c. Columbus soft finish bleached domestic, 36 inches wide, 5c. 14 yards Hope bleached, 36 in. wide, $1. Lonsdale bleached, 36 inches 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 sheeting, _ _ 15c. Monday morning for Martin, via ¡ Dover 10-4 bleached sheeting, Stone City. 1 -- Mian Henri Atkinaon returned Friday from tin extended visit to G...

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

;'s53 «O, (or a lodge In «orne vast wilder- OMt, Home boundleu contiguity of thade^ In this way I had begun an ode to the immutability of uplines , when I was very surreptitiously stabbed In the back by a mean and mischievous, though musical, mosquito, and brought to an ab- rupt realization of the uncertain* tv and vanity of existence; I con- tinued and wrote: Where the aggravating son# and «harp bill Of the pestiferous. mosquito would Never reach me no more. I have faltered many times in the past when it was suggested that I impale the ethereal mos- quito on an «Kagle pencil and expose him to the gaze of the cold, cruel, criminal, critical world, for a creature so spirituellc, so gaunt, so beggar-like, cannot but pro- voke even a calicula to conditions of tearful pity and sympathy. But «There comes a time, mo they nay. When forbearance ceases a virtue to be, and I feel if I postpone this legit- imate and justifiable attack upon their unscrupulosity I will be- come a hopeful competi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 September 1898

I I1 BE FF "■iniiHni .• -' • , ' • ■p>- 111 pw- ?>*«• SsasB" lim IwUMfrt «Mr «• Miar, totem. ulMto to prow* M.|<h.tO« rml«ti it.r..*fcr ,ho« tat poor little individual paroonal repula* tie* In which he did not take part, tel Nnw Yorc, August 39. Kditur of the Mew York Journal: With your permission 1 would like to comment on the reported saying of Mr. Alger in your interview with him, published this morning. The more thU gentleman esplaiiss himself the more surprising does he make it ap* pear that he should be the Incumbent of the office he holds. Ho far as may he gathered from his own statementa. he believes that when he haa leaned hi order hla responsibility eeasea; he «huuld not be required to see that It la obeyed. He Imagines that when he appoints a person to fill a position his re p"ii*ibllity. so far as that person is concerned, ceases: he is under no obli- gation to Inquire whether that person ¡, competent to discharge his official functions, or whether, as a matter ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 September 1898

FT mk ' SU EÜÍ i4 : fi f? *¡H T= ■MKnflR HSt- Jpi!v• irlti of tb« Strict. mtm mmmmmmm —Most all the sick folks are yetting better. —F. V. Hardt has moved into the Johnston residence. —Notice our new correspond dence from Lyons this week. —The young people enjoyed an exceptionally nice party at the Misses JenkinsMast Friday night. —The little folks enjoyed a party Thursday evening at the residence of Marguerite Herbst —ben K. Jackson has accepted a position with Capt. G. J. Will- iams as assistant cotton weigher. —A large majority of the cases of sickness in town during the past week or two have been con- gestion. —Caldwell ought to do a fine business this year. Everybody has lots of corn and large quanti- ties of it will be sold when it ia found cotton will not go to six cents. —Mrs. Pearl Eli, nee Miss Pearl Dickinson, of Gause, died at Gause last Thursday. Mrs. Eli was well known in this city and vicinity and her many friends will regret to learn of her death. —Two «small fry part...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

i,,., \¡ * ® ,v. "4' '• , ■ ;,.C ■% ;■ SIXTEEN PAi Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IH THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMEM AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1898. m h—■——m HI* i FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j % n nMnnmt mmnirtnf 11— .KimwiimniUHm/ 1Y0NS. Lvojm. Te*a . Heptftnber 14. BnitoRt H«(w -Ch«oxici.k : Rain ia very much need at thin place. It is very dry and dusty, and stock water ia getting to be in demand. Krneat Lackey, of Lampasas, visited the family of J. W. Laud- erdale the past week. Miaaea Bell and Annie Brooks returned to their home at Inde- pendence «n Sunday last, after a pleasant visit to their sister, Mrs. J. W. Lauderdale. Miss Annie Muller returned to her home at Brenham last Satur- day, after a pleasant visit to the family of W. N. Krohne. Judge Banks was in our town Monday and Tuesday, talking •with his numerous friends. Several of the young people en- joyed themselves until a late hour, at a croq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

IK 7 .. av^'# ¿fifí' w: wpl • T m fMMilfl ■ LRRUnlvLCic A JOUftH. tdiHn and FnpmH* In the Caldwell postoClce u aso- Bitter. MOTTES ADMIN IS TR. I TtON. I The Cleveland Plain Dealer comea t the defense of the treasury depart* ■eat with the remark that if the iy end of the war had been fore- if the crushing auperiority of j Oncle 8am' forcea could have been es- to Uter. Houston Poat. In recent interview* and ad- dresses Hon. Joseph Bailey haa pointed out one pasible danger to ariae from the annexation of the former Spanish territory, that should command the serious attention of our statesmen, aa well aa the multitudes of laboring people in the United States. The Post does not go to the ex- wá understood and few people iticipated a long fight. But no; it ^a bond issue the department tima ted,the treasury department would treme with Mr. Bailey in oppos- have asked the people for a «ingle > jng the annexation of territory of that war loan. Thia ia too necessarv for strategic purpos- o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

J. hWUb IMM- M. M. M. The Dalian News one clay last week contained the following in its columns: Hon. J. M. Hurt, presiding judge of the court of criminal ap- peals and a life-long democrat, lia* been placed on the people's party state ticket to fill the va- cancy caused by the declination of Hon. Judge Todd, of Jefferson. Judge Hurt is a life-long dem- «H-rat and ha* served as judge of the court of criminal appeal* con- tinuously since 1XH0, having been lirst elected in that year. He was not a candidate for re-elec- tion this year and the state demo- cratic convention at Galveston nominated for presiding judge Hon. Mat M. Brooks, of Green- ville. Judge Hurt's name was not presented to the convention, iilthough he had many friends in the convention who were anxious to vote for the veteran jurist once more. At least this is what the politicians said on their return from Galveston. It is alleged that Judge Hurt voted for his warm friend Jerome <L\ Kfarby for governor in 1K4m>. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

KM-CMOMCLt. i- V '■■■ «• IÜH |p ipiy I'" ka>- • ,-B^ ¿ «• Ri m wfm a ' Wp ¡(if the influence of Caldwell's paper, thereby ««stating in build- i jomtñ. tdiHn tutd Proprúfr* ing up our town and improving _ — I the business outlook for our peo- ple. We are quite willing to leave it to the people aa to whether or not our paper ia worth $1.50 per year. We have long ago ceaaed to hear any com plaints on that acore. We were advised at the start that we could not run a paper at that price, but it seems that our list ta the Caldwell poatoflce * nee ■•tier. loaned Krery Friday Morula*. Malay ad on* Inwrtlon twenty rent* Bfocn; two ltia^rtlon. thlrty-flve rent tech; on tjonib t.\ty cent* per Inch. asfn iérrate fcoral notice* of all kind ft.00 per hundred Mliirit insertion and SO cent per hun- ÍNÍ word each aubiwquent Insertion. faltmly no redaotloai will be made «MB above rate*. Nkws-í hroüio.e de lre* oorre - t at every po tof!lce In the county, exchantf - will furnUli the paper ta- J and ...

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