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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

r y¡si¿fc ' *' ••; . \ hi •■■' •'-. ,r<ut í. ■ 1 , • i'■.'r ! '"II I I II mm m ¡Rust WE PRINT NEWSPAPERS, P AM, PHLETS. CATALOGUES, BRIEFS, BLANKS. COU, PON BOOKS, NOTES, MORTGAGES. LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS, BILL HEADS. CARDS. ENVELOPES. AND ALL KINDS OF PRINTED SUPPLIES.A, A A AWE PRINT EVERYTHING.A & joiner, K 3"^ Í | 'd F* ^ L>> 0Uk yk ÍU tasca (U tajea r «¥ «i 1631831 m* KlffíS K2AC2 WE WANT YOUR JOB PRINT' ING, AND IF YOU WANT NEAT, ARTISTIC, STYLISH WORK, WE WILL BE SURE TO GET IT. A A AWE ARE DOING NOTHING BUT FIRST/CLASS WORK, AND INVITE A COMPARISON BETWEEN OUR PRINTING AND THE VERY BEST. A AAA WE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR SAMPLES, QUOTING PRICES, AND FILLING YOUR ORDEFS.AAAAAA i I > llfl •• j *lll i > 4 WE PUBLISH THE CALDWELL NEWS'CHRONICLE, THE LARGEST AND BEST WEEKLY PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN BURLESON COUNTY, CONTAINING THE IN, TERESTING NEWS OF THE CITY, COUNTY. STATE, AND WORLD AT LARGE.AAAAA rinters AND Publishers. ma m* r <*nF* n '^...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

■vIgpl 'Tí J '' •«* i = I N. p; If TÉ II?, MR? It!? fSifc í 1 ¡ «V. «Ufen mé Istifsjl In tt ie Caldwell pnctoBe* aa aec- ülfílm Btu mt. W., in Baptist Standard. The prime quality of a high or der of civilization in that it ren- ders men cosmopolitan—its creed is that of the Roman poet: «I am a man, and I esteem all men my brothers. Or, to put it on its true foundation, civilization is based on the fundamental doc- trine of Christianity, that all men «re, or ought to be, the sons of God, and therefore brethren in in the ultimate family of the re- deemed. This is the broad and religious aspect of the matter, but it will be found to accord with the true conditions of hu- man progress and happiness in all the problems and relations of real life. Patriotism is nobler than provincialism, because it ap- proaches nearer the divine ideal of the brotherhood of man. The home is said to be the seat and citadel of political and social safe- ty and strength, but it would be a poor citizen whose c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

The foil luwinff koff, N Wikoff, Hit contains the latter, dated at Camp . T.| Sept. 4: gratifying to the DandMof the fighting third to know that if ueceeaary old Texaa will ooae to our aaaiatanee in our hour of starvation and misery. The world knowa of onr suffering on board the Ban Marcos, but the half haa not been told. For the benefit of the New ' many readers and in order to let the people know how soldiers are treated by regular and volunteer army officers, I write the following and every man in the two oom ponies will bear witness to its truthfulness: On Aug. 92 we were ordered from Key West to Montauk Point and the transport Ban Mareos was sent U> carry us there. Copt. Abner M. Merrill of buttery B, first artillery, U. 8. A., was in command. There were besides the 208 men of the Texas volunteers, batteries A and B, 200 men, and about 400 inclusive of the eugineer corps, hospital corps and siek and wounded from Santiago. We were eursed and abused at Key West barracks, but w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

IMS news wore. ■ ■ / V. Adam*, at Blum, Hill , lost an arm by getting it in his gin. Judge J. M. Donaldson, one of Hie oldest eitisens of Cleburne, has been declared insane. The revised scholastic census of Fort Worth shows 3818 children aa against 9632 by the first census. The health officials of Texarkana deny the recent statements that diphtheria prevailed in that city. Forest fires are reported sweep ing the country around Alberui, ljteitish Columbia. Joel Haynes, a wealthy old citi- aen of Paris, grew despondent over continued illness and suicided. The fourth annual camp meeting of the Spiritualists of Texas begun at Oak Cliff last Saturday. Abilene is making big prepara- tions tor her fair this fall. And Denton is getting ready for her eounty fair. Some wealth seekers in Denton •ounty think they have discovered sold lode at a depth of 70 fest near Mustang. Houston comes in for a Sunday saloon tragedy, and Charles R. Blalock, white, is dead and a his negro combatant mortally sh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

i «I ta «atesto Candi*, Orate, Sept. 0.—The un- rest of the Muaaelmen has culmin- ated in a serious explosiou, accom- panied by bloodshed. Privileges granted the Christians who control the autonomist gov- ernment, led to a big demonstra- tion Which turned into violence on the oeoation of the installation of a Christian tithe collector. The British soldiers on guard were compelled to fire on the mob, wounding several. The Mussel- men procured arms, attacked the British and burned the houses of the Christians. The disorder grew so extensive that a warship bombarded the place, setting Arc to a part of the town. London, Kept. «.—The correspon- dent of the Times at Candia, tele- graphs fully confirming the earliest reports of most serious events there. Be says: Lieut. Haldane was killed and Lieut. Seagrave wounded. The soldiers plucklly caried Lieut. Hal- dane'i body to the boat under a hail of bullets. The telegraph office was repeat- edly set on Are and the father of the telegraph supe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

CULTIVATION. Ms reps '!tr: " ■ft ■■■ Why Hot Judge B. F. Bourn of Scotland eounty, late Democrat ie candidate tor nomination for Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, was a visitor in the city yesterday. He •ays many of the farmers in his oonnty are fairly swamped with the work of gathering cucumbers, and find it hard to secure enough labor. Cucumber growing is one of tj aew industries in this state and is just coming into prominence, and is even now a matter of no incon- siderable importance. 80 far the fleld of operations is confined largely to a few counties in the northeast corner of the state, and almost exclusively to*the lowlands of these counties. The farmers make all the way from $20 to $125 an acre from the vines, and this year the season has benn so favor- able that the profit will be much larger. Judge Bourn says that already there are 20 pickle tanks in Mem- phis, the county seat of Scotland, and each of them has a capacity of 1,000 bushels. Only small cucum- ber* are va...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

XLhc Dean of Santiago. A STOW Of POLITICAL GMTITIIOfc. From «Journal of Agriculture. It war not but a short hour be- fore noon when the Dean of San- tía* alighted from his mule at the door of Julian, the celebrated magician of Toledo. The house, according to old tradition, stood on the brink of the perpendicular rock, which, now crowned with the Alcazar, rises to a fearful height over the Tagus. A maid of Mooriah blood led the Dean to a retired apartment, where Don Julian was reading. The natural politeness of a Castilian had rather been improved than impaired by the studies of the Toledan sage, who exhibited nothing eithar in hiit dress or person that might induce a nun- pic ion of hi* dealing* with the mysterious powers of darkness. «I heartily greet your reverence, «aid Don Julian to the Dean, «and feel highly honored by thin visit. Whatever be the object off it, let me beg you will defer stat- ing it till I have made you quite at home in this house. I hear my housekeeper making ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

' if K sii'í m m mr funu w var taw. fkn you think the world's your oys- ter, and felicitate yourself On jrour standing and your balance in the bank. •at remember there are other as re- spectable as you You're not the only turtle in the tank. Im colonel of militia ia a mighty man, no doubt. Hi* epaulet* will tell you of his rank; lit there are captain , sergeants and corporals as stout- He's not the only turtle In the tank. •t think because you have your view* on politics and such That the m$>ti who differs with you ts a «crank: tft'a withiu the bouuds of reason you may make mistakes youfsalf— Tou're not the only turtle in the tank. The self-made man's a wonder, he will tell you so himself. And there' no one but himself to really thank. But when he die* there's some one who can fill the gap he leaves - He's not th„- only turtle in the tank. Jto take your honors easy and be just like all the rest. For whether you're a prize or are a blank, The world can do without you, can forget y...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

.. í PEOPLE j. F. Cobb is nick thin week with fever. Mi** Lillie Murray i suffer- ing with fever. Win. Gainer, of PUtbridge, was in town Monday. a. C. Murray b down with hia second attack of fever. F. J. Womack, of Galveston, was in the city Sunday. J. M. McClanahan, of Lexing- Ion, waM in town thia week. Miss Emmie Lee in now be- hind Jacob Piwetz' counters. míhh Scott ha opened a pri- vate school in the old academy building. Harry Delamater, of Galves- ton, wan in the city a few hours thin week. Miss Jessie Womack had a slight attack of chills and fever this week. W. C. Longwell and family moved this week from the coun- try Ui town. Little J. W. Murray. Jr., is very much improved from his spell of fever. (i. K. James had fever two or three days this week, hut is now all right again. Jonathan Kuvkendall and Scott Teague, of Giddings, were in the «hub Sunday. Hokn : To Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Alexander, Saturday. September to, a daughter. Mrs. Thos. Kroitcher. Jr.. was seriously ill Mon...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

W' Ér m. " «Ri 'V; i'1' mum a Galveston New . Stephen ville. Te*.. Sept 7. few weeks ago the writer was own life, and that «the law would ed; mw pleas of mete oat justice! With over* factors*; noted criminal «nation and protest Hie young gathered like vulture* aboot the man succeeded in restraining thecar rant; traps were manufactur- I lynching, because the boys were ed to pervert and paralyze origi- A *11 friends of the young man and j nal testimony. For seven years' one day or from one week to an- and practices for obstructing and knew his determined and fearless the case went up and dawn and other day or week, instead of, a*'finally defeating justice. A list judicial system there should be a j & It is wen Known mat what local county system with a court are called professional crimina] which could try all criminal caaos j lawyers are the instrumenta, or at the time of their commission, rather the immediate powerful Continuances then would be from procurators of all kinds of pl...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 September 1898

to IK Almost the entire farming com- munity of thin day recognise the fact that there is money in hens, but the majority appear to think that'their native or moogrel stock is all that ia deairable and that the talk regarding ao-called fancy birds or thoroughbreds are confined to fanciers who breeá for color of feather and other fancy points instesd of utility. Tncy consider it a fad or paaaion of some people. Many farmers refuse to raise flowers, preferr- ing to raise potatoes as moro practical. If some inventive ¿jruHurutM should succeed in producing tt potato that was uhead to culinary qualities and productiveness, and also would produce a flower of great fra- grance, he would be lauded to the nkies and his find would be raised by all producers of mealy tuber*. Now this is just the status of the case with the producer of fancy poultry. They have by careful selection, by ceasclesn applica- tion of their practical knowledge and by forming high ideals, suc- ceeded in giving to the fa...

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

■9 p i" = Great Cash Bargains! Over $45,000 worth of choice merchandise, bought at low prices, now awaiting the attention and appreciation of the trading people, Iicio w we name a few prices for your consideration: Harmony hirt print* 2S Martha Washington dress styles 3 Over 6000 yards full standard, beautiful new de- tigni in dress styles. Age red oil reds, indigo blue and Simpson'* and American silver greys and blacks and whites 4 Windsor Epetante and Amaranths, high grade, up- to-date dress styles 5 Washington oil colors, dress and quilt styles, best made 5 Standard solid oil colors—reds, blues, greens and yellows 5 1440 yards Saxon 36-inch percales, new dress styles 5 1500 yards B ron son C, yard wide, brown domestic.. 3 1111 yards Aladra, yard wide. Sea Island brown do 4 1196 yards Arrow brand, yard wide, brown domes- tic, extra value 5 Ouchita. yard wide, heavy brown domestic, 2ft yds to the pound . 5 Japan, yard wide, soft finish bleached domestic... 3 Starter, yard wide, sof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

gjj f >rf '' • PKI ■ W.II i vi W' VOL. XIX. OU* AIM IS THE OBEATMT BENEFIT TO THE FAKMEBE AN1> WORKING PEOPLE OF BURUC80N COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1898. NO, If. ! FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. J * i * 100-poaid lots 63. NIX. Hix. Tesan, September 19. KmTOKS NKW .CMM«WICI.«: Well, the very thin* I asked t1*e correspondent* of the Nkws* Chronicle to do in my last letter was the very thing I failed to do last week. But it ia the same old Htory — too busy picking and working with cotton to have time for anything else. In this con- nection I will state that norae time in the future, when I have the time to put my thought* into writing, 1 may have something to say in regard to 5-cent cotton - what causen it to be at that price, the effects, and the rem- edy. Here I will only say that it i a question that should re- ceive the serious consideration of not only every man who raise* it for a living, but of every one who may be directly or indirectly affect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

Bar unift Jméú n The Market for the new crop |í K Ifck when a boy. lor a prut is s aatcb. when old Jim Eriti. a aarkuuB of that dar. laid oa the bor' back and ed ia hi* ear: eYoaag ,, . . ...... keep your eye on .be o7- of le.( W-ceofro-ü « C.b. Uia The result proved the of the advice. nan never accomplishes than he determine to ac- in the preliminary ition for effort. If be has inite determination , low ■has and skim-milk aspiration . he will never torn the world op- down. nor be singled out many as a successful man. la % community of farmers, if you find, as you always will, one more soccessful than all Pr mi «0 Jesse W. Jenkins, THE JEWELER, CaMweN, in excited. There is a great scramble for what little old leaf exists ia the island as well as for the new crop. Those first f in the field expect to make for tones. One New York firm hai received 400 bales of tobacco) from Havana, «some of it worth \ $1000 per bale of 120 pounds. say the reports. Arrangements j to grow tobacco on a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

The Spiritual Man, I BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. «Some men arc born great, «orne achieve greatness, other have greatoeaa thrust upon them. So lar aa thia new edito- rial experience ia concerned, I belong to the laat named class. Let me timidly aaaure my friends that thia poaition is «unaought and unbought and unthought. Having twice made ahipwreck on the editorial naa, I had determined nievfer to be «Jonah to another newspaper enterprise. But 1 can hardly be blamed this time, be- cause the proprietor have been put on notice. If anybody is ac- cidentally killed by my careleaa handling of editorial artillery, I here and now waah my hands of *ny blame, because thia whole dark conaoiracy against a long suffering public has been con tending prayer meeting it will not take him long to get into the way of attending all other serv- ices of his church. XXX Three potent factors in growth in grace are: Daily secret prayer; daily atudy of the Word of God; systematic, conscientious giving to the Lord's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

Mf! ItWMPfi JCHtí*. tdifr• «etf flupwrtSM In ilit- Caldwell poatoBc* m see- laaaed Every Frldur Morning. tkplu ad une Inaertlon ttcnljf canta Mr urn; two IriMortlon thirty-iva cad ta Mr toe It; unv uouth l*ty rent* per lack. rat** wvrn and one-half cents per it lawrtlon mid Uve cent* per line •ubecqut-ut iuaertlon. arle*. cards of thanks and notice* of ^Inmént« Rtven for religion*, educa* or cbnrltaltle purpoaea at bilf t£rtLr, MflhrutM ¿E sK .1 notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred _ flrst insert ion and 90 cent* per bun* word* each «ubarquent insert Inn. lively no reductions «II) be made above rate NKWit'CHBoniCLE desire* a corre*- t at every postolBce In the county, In excitan* will furnish the paper, ata- and postage free. Will be pleased to >ud with any one on the «ubject. Waihincton, D. C.. Sept. 1 Ekitoks Nkws-Chhonici.h: I McKinley preparing to throw Secretary Alger overboard? Many persons think sa Secre- tary Alger ia the only member of the cabinet who waa not apecially...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

■NBWWW > 'W'-Ú. it Rust & Joiner, WE PRINT NEWSPAPERS, PAM. PHLETS. CATALOGUES, BRIEFS. BLANKS. COU* PON BOOKS, NOTES, MORTGAGES. LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS, BILL HEADS, CARDS, ENVELOPES. AND ALL KINDS OF PRINTED SUPPLIES.X A A AWE PRINT EVERYTHING.A; a a a a a i a m* fcfj m* WE WANT YOUR JOB PRINT- ING, AND ff YOU WANT NEAT, ARTISTIC, STYLISH WORK, WE WILL BE SURE TO GET IT.AAAWE ARE DOING NOTHING BUT FIRST-CLASS WORK, AND INVITE A COMPARISON BETWEEN OUR PRINTING AND THE VERY BESTAXJUeWE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR SAMPLES, QUOTING PRICES, AND FILLING YOUR ORDERS A-VA-XXA nr *" KSrS *U| R in u* ^1 r5 ^ I &4 h.4.4 r vi ^ y^t <y p# vtv n Ww ^ Hi ^ WE PUBLISH THE CALDWELL NEWS'CHRONICLE, THE LARGEST AND BEST WEEKLY PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN BURLESON COUNTY, CONTAINING THE IN- TERESTING NEWS OF THE CITY, COUNTY, STATE, AND WORLD AT LARGE.AAAAA Printers AND Publishers. W* 31PC m* u y* ÜÜtaflhí Caldwell, * ✓ T exas. ¿ * i h it LA LTTE p. it |V r «ft* mm—mm 1MmwMwwmm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

NEWS-CHRONICLE.. = ■•m i joint*. tdiHr* tmd FrtpntHrt lathe Caldwell postofllce m sec aaa matter. 1mued Every Frlduy Morning. «POOH BRYAN* POOK FOOLS. lit' mm ¡t.. P: m Poor Bryan'* trouble are appar ently not ended. The indication* are that hi* regiment will be ordered to ffarri*on duty in Cuba, in which caae Bryan may not see Nebra*ka or get a chance to make a political «peech for ten or twelve moth* yet. This i* a very *eriou* situation for the silver chieftain. It i seriou* for at least two reasous. Bryan has a greater paasiou for apeechinaking than any other prominent man whom the country has known since George Francis Train's days of activity and •peechmakinff, and a great deal of it la essential in hi* case, for in these •tirring days, if he is silent a month or two, he is in danger of Being for- gotten. The conditions !n the past •is months have been playing it low down on Bryan. The war injured him by taking people's thoughts away from the silver humbug, and by offer- ing a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

.t Extract from I gayer ' opening forgo*- «moví «Nepotism ud gift taking by I the public official duervu the I«evere eeusure, and the disposition of offices, the people' office*, in order to reword polities! partisan- ship should be regarded as a gross 5rea. li of pnbUe trust. «Those tilings,' he said, 'shouldnot be en- | lertsined in a government by the people.' "To that declaration, I say to- | day, amen and amen. I wish this I declaration of ex President Davis touid be hung upon the walls of «very legislative assembly, of overy ooart of justice, of every town council chamber to be read and ron,.inhered by all men. I repeat it that in his distinguished career Hr, Davis ha* given utterance to bo sentiment as worthy of perpetu- al regard an that which I have jiwt quoted. «Nepotism and gift taking. The peopled offices to be giveu iv to reward persona! favors— i an ófli created by you, made Mnoprrty to give away just as he Pl«f **l How does that strike you? 1 say it is an outrage upon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 September 1898

ra1?'*' nsf''''- p-íf- ¡StO- I g te: ÜJ.V M 1 w % has i Mwj fcetorjr WUshiaelaimedtobeasoeceea. Diphtheria is «ported al Leei- Tille, one d«Kb having resulted. ▲I Galveston Saturday evening four inches of rain fell in four Soger , Bell county, has an ar- tesian well and will inaugurate a system of water works. Leon Psdrasa. a Mexican, has jailed at Yictoris on the |e of raping a Bohemian girl in that vicinity. The negro cotton pickers around Rnnis have struck for 50 cents per hundred. They have been getting 85 and 40 cents. A farmers' convention was held at Honey Grove, and a maximum rale of 40 cents for cotton picking «as agreed to. Bobbers went to the home of Bill Spring, a wealthy eitisen of Good- land, I. T., and held him up for S1900 in gold coin. Gatesville's compress has shut down, it is said, for the season, whieh sends Coryell cotton else- where for compress. At Rouse's gin, near Forney, Kaufman oonnty, Dave Schenewit had his arm ground to a pulp and died in much agony. The...

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