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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

PpMppM!' * ■ ' ', ";!''*"1! Caldwell News-Chronicle OIJK AIM IK THE GREATEHT BENEFIT TO THE fakmerh AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURL.E80M COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898. NO. 22. ¡ FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j yellow prairii. chrfksmak. Texas. Oct. 12. Epitomh Nkwh-Cmbohiclk: The Jones-Burlcson joint dis- cussion came off on time Monday night their principal subject be- ing finance. The crowd wan large for a country gathering, and the fair hcx wan well represented. A great deal of interest was mani- fested. Kev. A. L. Boyd, of the Cumber Monday night. We found the people there very clever, socia- ble and accommodating, and we wish to thank them for the cour- teous manner in which they re- ceived us while there. If the cotton-growing farmer needs any further evidence that he is following a cold trail, so to speak, in raising cotton for a liv- ing. the low price of that com- modity for the present season land Presbyterian church, filled furnishes it. ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

m |;é NEWS-CHRONICLE.. JO Mi*. i**rt lath* Caldwell po !i>®C" M **-' matter. IlCttrd Every Frldar Murntu*. It bis dental would be but a pom- pous blow of the «great I aro and a hideous display of his ig- norance of the law. Verily, verily, say I unto you, that a bug rests under the chip, and for fear of this same bug this distinguished body of mo- guls have violated the oath of their office and utterly disregard- ed the solemn mandates of the NOTICE TO COK KESPOSPESTS We have such a number of <-or- respondents it is impossible for us j law. tú tell when vou need stationery. The Star's columns are open Ptease drop u< a note along with jlo the court to for hen^ jour letter when you arc out and ^orl^ we propose to uncovei the we will send you what vou re-; let the stench strangle who <> o o i'f + '* quire at once. it may. Rust & Joinfk. or A' cor XT. C*ate vi!le Star. CA ID HE US i '/A MI LI. We feel compelled in some way ' to recognize and notice the vast Of mry daa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

=s 1 ■t ■, .' '■ ■■■ HHHPPHSH HHiÍH§£ÉÉÍte The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. When thou prayeat. rather let j with speculation!* about the rcla- thy heart be without words than lion between God's sovreignty thy words without heart, and re member, emphatically, either grayer will make thee cease from sin or sin will certainly entice thee from prayer. Run y an. XXX Alone must every son of man meet his trial hour. Kach man's temptations are made of a host of peculiarities Internal and ex- ternal. which no other mind can and man's freedom, but when it comes to practical work, we have to put out the best and most that is in uh to prevent God's will from being- thwarted by rebel- lious men and to insure its being carried into effect through our efforts. l/exam/er Mudaren. XXX Bishop Thoburn tells usa beau- tiful story about a picture of his measure. You are tried alone; | dead child. It seemed a very im- alone you pass into the desert;. perfect photograph, so blurred alone you ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

•7' If i'lr irrxt In the Caldwell pnatottc* as M6- 1mm matter. torced leer WÍ T Morula* á VaiTNM« «ATM. ad* on* liwertion twenty ce«M r two inimrtk— thtrtjr-«v , lacfa dm uooth l*tjr cento per lack. cal rt*'« wren and one-half cent# nee Ct t ¡ntrr-lon and Ive cento par Jlnt i MbM^nent Uucrtion. Étnar.-*. farda of tfcanka and notlcea of Laiurix'tB' riven for rellíton . eduea- I or Larlt*H* parpo** at half re*«- ai R' ticea of all kind . per hundred Mtrv ln rtl« n and cvnt per huu- I #or<i< each aahaequent lafcertfcw- durf y no rwdoctton will be Bade i above rate*. Ks*«-Csaojncui deaire* a correa- it at ever* sraioScr In the conntjr. In r\ Imc. wfll iurntah the paper, ata- • and pi* ta*e free. W III be pleaaed to >uJ with any one on the aubject. SUBaCSISTION MTWl _ Tear .... Montis ... i H>>ntaa «M i m "/A7 HOC S/GXO WINCES. Caldwell. Tes.. Friday. Div v ksl l ie a tiok is crv now. thÜfcttle- Thkm are times when it seems cruel to tell a person «I told you 90.> But ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

She fu.. Oat antebellum diyi than wi ter known fanüly iu Tennessee, than 1 whom B. 8. Tatum planter and nlive head. He has ®ro MM, Ban, Charles, Jim, Billia ill George. In 1858 Dr. Charlea Tatum moved to Drew county settling near Montieello, the eounty neat AO the othar brothers were in Tennaa- uee when the old Volunteer atete aomed her wocneetion with the union and Unhid her fortunes with the alare and bare and sent many thousand* of her brave sons out into the laid of carnage that it might wave eternal. All the Tatum bovs at home Joined a Tennessee command and Dr. Tatnm this whieh it holds, too; atoM time, and in the not very distant tetare, either, the people who live In large cities to the weet and sooth will eome to this lake to gat the rater for their homes. It will not be so raaoarkable an angi* lug feat to pipe the water of lake, pore and aparkling and from its eo¿4 depths, to theee whieh an now atrnggling with the qneation of their water •apply and meeting all aoft di&e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

PHfal st Caldwell. T« « IUM MMNOTB. fcntttiion far the foundation of ho Third Christiaa church at Port begun the other day. prisoners eecaped fro Mckinney jail the other day, of whom are life-tenner*. t fall term of the Fourth of appeals has convened at Antonio, with seventy-two on the docket. "Near McKinney, dering sn elec- tric atom lighting struck a cotton lia and set it oa fire. The build- C, machinery and 40 balea of 3L were consumed by the from the tíngof^Mua) ¡f SÍ: the two eitics will ha let. Claire, mother saperior of convent ot Victoria, fell _ Sunday at the convent at Cor- j Christi, while visiting her sis- r, St. Mary Angelina, mother su- r then Sister Claire was 70 old, and one of the oldest in Texas—having recently celebrated her golden anniversary as a súter. Last Saturday night Hon. 8. W. T. Lenbam delivered an sddress at Abilene by invitation of the Demo- cratic Bongh Riders' club. There was a good audience. He started out by speaking of the necessity for democratic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

of ti Confederacy. Kichmoiid Coaater. Some Uayn ago a Chicago paper in the performance of it nelf-ap- pointed duty of regulating South- ern affairs, named a lady of that city at* the auccennor to the office of «daughter of the confed- eracy, whatever that fool title may mean, and with their uaual servility a number of Southern paper*, of the Houston Post stripe, bought chalk platea of the Chicago selection and heralded her as Miss Davis' legal suc- cessor. Now, however, the old soldiers have gotten ahold of the matter, and they say they don't want any more daughter . A few years after the Southern sol- diers went down in defeat before overwhelming numbers, General Gordon introduced Miss Winnie Davis, who was traveling with her grand old father, as the «daughter of the confederacy. After fighting for four lonu, weary years for the protection ol their home** am! families, it yards as a curiosity in Calhoun county. There will be plenty of planters who will continue rais- ing cotton ind...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

Efe m 4 nfy. m 4 IIAOKTS NEAM. by alvina. It wu near the end of autumn; ■frOf thoHC smoky, gloomy, hazy •that seem to flood the soul winter reveries and malte feel what is ho vividly imag- when we read, «The nielan- ly days have come. I was at the time recognized as arbiter of pedagogical affairs in a character- istic «piney woods. Kast Texas ncfcool house, some miles off from aetropolis of the county, and squently a secluded realm for «ne, like myself, who had been two sessions to the magnifi- cent «state normal, and who had hitherto ruled over the destinies of schools more in touch with our proud ««-pirit of progress. How came I m this out-of-the-way ner.tionof a state teeming with inviting <*pportunities, teaching ncbool, and it not being rav na- tive section, will be left for my renders to conjecture, though I will go so far as to say that it was not for health, for no one could have been more happily and ntrongly constituted, unless my friends, who look upon dreaming nnd esp...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

yesterday Shirk the point lidenbH ^UL owingtonhifh « aortie of the not tkmu|fc Up thick undergrowth very oarefully tad wita fio |1 o'clock. The ordered to line up ia for dinner. Tfce order to ooffM had fcwi ffteen end th# an). di#rw «not steading 1* eolumu for- «ta tMfiw* It «ww from Bog Ah Ma <9# Shirk's honee. The ball etrnek Ed Harria, ex- marshal of Walker, a half-breed. His arm was broken. That was the signal. Immediately the Ann* became gwueral in all directions. It seems that shot ««me from every bush. Three of Gen. Bason's men drop uid. They were at oncw carried to the rear. On the eery instant the firAt shot was heard every man in tii< command sprang to eover witli oni waiting for orders. Like a flash the bine column had vanished and not a sign was to be mm n of the eighty rneu who had atood there bat an instant before except here and there a little patch wht n a gray hat might be made out < Jen, Bacon's voice was heard bith above everything else admon- (it>g hi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

4. W. Hutchinson, who hM jut a« meeting of the kl Association of Bail Ticket Agents, held in Detroit, b mi interesting story relative visit of Hon. Joe Bailey to lis a few days ago. "Hutch" snys the following is I aetnal occurrence: At Cincinnati Congressman Bailey started to board the train for Indianapolis, when the colored porter aakea to see his ticket. Mr. Bailey replied that he had no ticket as he intended to take a seat in the drawing room, and would pay for same after he had entered. The porter stated that there was no more room in the drawing room and that every* one had to have a ticket before entering the car. Mr Bailey asked the negro for the diagram of the drawing room to seenow well filled it was, and the porter refused the request with some short, impudent remark. This, of course, aroused the con- gressman'* anger, and but for the interference of a gentleman from Galveston he would not have left a greasy spot of the impudent porter, lie did tell the uegro that he coul...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

rütilllÜMI people YOU KNOW I C. K Brcaddus took in the Dal* ta Fair Sunday. J. T. Stoker oí Hooker ville, was on our streets Tuesday. Howard Hitchcock, of Pont Oakn, wan in the city Tuesday. Major Lyles, of Cameron, was in town last Friday on business. Miss Claude Hudson.of Milano, visited Mrs. John Philp this week. Geo. L. Smith, of Merle, was ¡a town Monday and Tuesday trading. Lee Alford took a « round-up of the bottom last Tuesday on business. Dr. T. O. (¿orinan returned! Tuesday from several days' stay i at Dallas. Miss Kmily Fischer is now in-' stalled as bookkeeper at the, Grange Store. Will Mc Arthur visited Gid-| dings last Sunday and returned Tuesday noon. Miss Kmma Milliard left Wednesday to take up school in Liberty county. W. W. Lackey came down last Sundav from Mayslield < n a short visit to «the folks. Ned Alexander. Kck Oliver and Kd Jersig attended church hist Sunday in Brenhain. A*a Flaningan came home last Sunday from Jacksonville, on a thiru-day sick furlough....

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

it ©I SÍ It: ■ • *V, íSI ríwctz WE PRINT newspapers, pam^ phlets, catalogues, briefs, blanks, cou* pon books, notes, mortgages, letter heads, note heads, box heads, cards, envelopes, and all kinds of printed supplies.*; x a; ¿are print everything.a; & Joiner, WE WANT YOUR JOB PRINT' ING, AND IF YOU WANT NEAT, ARTISTIC, STYLISH WORK, WE WILL BE SURE TO GET ITA^ XWE ARE DOING NOTHING BUT HRSTCLASS WORK, AND INVITE A COMPARISON BETWEEN OUR PRINTING AND THE VERY BESTJfcXXAWE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR SAMPLES, QUOTING PRICES, AND FILLING YOUR ORDERSJUWAAXX km* iWf * W WE PUBLISH THE CALDWELL NEWS'CHRONICLE the largest mfd best weekly pa0br ever published in burleson councy, containing the terest1ng news of the city. count f, state and worl0 at lakeaaaaa Printers AND Publishers. F 1 * A h «J 163163(1 CaldwcE ' ' Texas, Wt MM M N SH m Fruit Md V< r« R. H. Price in Texan Farm and Ranch. Strangers have very frequently asked me why the average Texas farmer does not grow m...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 October 1898

Yít must the nrtt. sea pact to to «mp Uwtor It mA IipKt Ito fruit to iU IrMctot toWn Yew Need May As. Chicago Chronicle. Kor the last five yearn a great majority of the people of thin coun- try have been on short common . The rich have done well enough. They may have suffered some lo* of income, but they have been able to take their usual trip to Europe and they have main- tained their steam yacht and private car , their seaside cot- "•' «•*!"' ,hcy |.nd keep hUn.inK then, up if he did in the us i men a c I hope* to do bunincH*. In ahort. ceded the panic of IH'm. It ha themselves exactly whtre they were before. The gr#*t man of the people are once more in fund . The farmer*, mechanic , laborera, ckrkt—tbe grand army of working.?"®1 'WM an<® inew of the count*7 00W ^avc | money to pend, but they a.**" nof J going to throw it into the lap of men who are too indolent or too hort- ighted to solicit their pat- ronage. The man who ha some- thing to sell must let the fact be known or he...

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

Stories of tl}0 Str««t —Chickens and egg* are bring- illg a fair price now, the demand being good. —W. A. Kddins has had con- siderable improving- done on his residence, west of the depot. —A crowd of young people en- joyed a pleasant evening at W. C. Longwell's last Monday night —County court convenes on Monday. October 31, and a large crowd will doubtless be in at tendance. —Being crowded for hull room, the oil mill last week put in an other room, 30x80, by the side of the hull house. —Quite a crowd of young peo- ple gathered at the home of P. H. Simpson Tuesday night to bid Owen Williams good-bye. —The boys from Riche's im- mune regiment will all return to Galveston in a few days and will probable be mustered out at once. —Arthur Tomlinson, while do- ing some carpenter's work last week, stepped on an eightpenny nail and was laid upa day or two from the effects. ' —John Reeves, while putting a chain belt on one of the wheels in the oil mill, bad the misfortune to get one of his fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

■ 1 *..i. V* 4 - ; * ■■Hi ¡sin Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM ¿3 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1898. NO. 23. í i«aii AI in IM mm rmrp 5 s * % FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. LYONS. LvoKI, Texaa. Octobcr 18. Editor Nkw*-Ciikonici.k: Cotton picking in the up-land portion of thin section of country seems to be a thing of the pant Pecann will noon be coming in from the bottom, and it is said there i a very large crop of them thin year. Someone should buy them and ship them, ho that when a man comes to town with pecait) to sell he could find a mar* ket for them and not have to run all «ver town to find a buyer, and then go home without having made a sale. Julc We had a fearful Hand Htorm here Sunday, after which a right good shower came and layed the dust; but it in getting dry and dusty again. Messrs. Lee Menslee and Sam Minor made a flying trip to Gay Hill Sunday evening. Seth Mayfield, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

pfe m* K:■! h NEWS-CHRONICLE.. it é JOIM*. tdiHrt and In the Caldwell pmttottc* m sec- UtUr. Tiam with the liberal ad ver* titer and you will never regret it Ai.wavs read the religious ed- itor* department. on page three. You cannot help being benefited thereby. Buy an may not be talking much, but when the roll is called in 1900 it will be found that «Ben Ad- kern's name led all the rest. Ji'st tell them that you saw their ad in the News-Chkonict.k and you will help the Nkws- Chkonici.k, yourself and the mer- chant. Tm: man who carries his check-book in his outside pocket, don't always pav his bills as promptly as the man with a patch on the seat of his pants. Don't always judge a man by kia appearance. The man in overalls may have paid away in advance, while the kid-gloved gentleman may have «refused Ilia paper after running up a bill of six or eight dollars. «It's a long lane that knows no turning, but the constant decrease in the price of cotton seems to be one of that kind. In 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

■ ' "I TITITflUBIHimUM The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. . "fr'í?< \ • The Uaptittt State Mission Board, which has been so thor- oughly abused for the past four years, soems after all to be a right decent lot of fellows; at least, one would so infer from the fact that when their annual rcjwirt was and enthusiasm it will generate. It was the expressed opinion of each member of the Hoard pres- ent that if the money were at hand the work ought to proceed. If the churchesareof the same opinion, we very earnestly beg that they read before the great convention will speak through their messen- ¡n Waco the other day it wasigers at the coming fifth Sunday adopted and their work indorsed meeting. We urge also that the with great enthusiasm. Twenty-' churches that have not done so live hundred messengers heard will let us know at that meeting the report, and, except five or six | how much they will try to raise unflinching heroes, every one of for the support of missionary them ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

NEWS-CHRONICLE.. «ÜlUfi fBtmmmirnAMI vMBlii liniff ®w i i^pivüiv* I la the Caldwell postoSe* u ec- iiMn. Issued Every Friday Morning. ADviarnwa rats*. Dlailat «di one Insertion twenty cent MMwn; two Inwrtlnn tlilrty-ies renta per tech; unv month sixty cent per Inch. ■iMl rsM« neren and one-h#lf cent per Um Crat Insertion and Uve cents por Une ÜM subsequent Insertion. OMCnarles. cards of thank and notices of ■■Urtslnni nTit it' fur reltirlun* educa- jSuldr charitable purpose at half re fu- Lacal aotlces of all kind «t.00 per hundred Mads irst Insertion and W cent per bun- £Sl words each subsequent Insertion. rmdimlj no redactions will be made i above rates. NKWd-CHROxin.r. d<> lre a eorres- at at every nalofliv In the county, I In exchange will furnish the paper. U- i y and po tag)> free, 111 he pie used to oarrespond with any one on the subject. •UIICWWIM IIATIt! Tear « IjU Months 1 ® fine Monto ■ Wk have often heard it «aid if you wentoutof your way to accom- modate a pers...

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