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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 July 1897

Home Higuln It «ii Snnday afternoon In one of the luge hotel* in one oí the western cities. A party of dram* men, moitiy all acquainted, were sitting around laughing and amok* ing, and talking of friends and loved onea at home, aa all drum- mers do, eapeoially on Sundays. They were thua gathered when a tall handsome man joined the group. Alter a while some one began to apin a yarn; chaira were drawn closer, and the gentleman who had joined the group and who waa the genial representative of a New York commission house, waa asked to tell a story. "Yes, Charlie, it is your turn," came a chorus of voices. "Will, boys." said Charlie Har- court, "I can't tell you a story, but if you don't mind, I'll tell you something which culminated in almost a tragedy, in which I was the leading actor. "Well to begin, before I went on the road I waa much bothered by reports—unfounded ones, toe— that were circulated about me; oc- casionally I would have Iriends remark, "Mr. Uarcourt, I aaw you dining la...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 July 1897

< : t¡ THE NEWS-CHRONICLE Frota Hlx. i w \ ury Friday at Caldwell. To* *. tared lit the Caldwell pontoAra m oc- "" Ww V«*r $11 Month*. 10 i- Mualn AS OA<<OWELL<. TKXAH. Jfl.Y «. WW. BUOT Jk.lulNF.I(. Kimtob* am I'hoi'hiktoim THAT HOUSTON STRIKE. At Houston, the street railway ipany objected to their em ployes belonging to any anion and compelled men to sign a con tract to not join a union before th«y would employ them. The •aployes did not take this very kindly. In fact they were au dacious enough to contend tbat they had the light—and would ex «else it—of joining such societies aa they ohose when they please, To prove that they were right they relueed to work the other day until the street car company should do away with the contract boeineea and reemploy two union men who had been discharged on aooount of being union men. * The street car company's mana gsr said he had no authority to sake any tuoh change, but when they found they could not run their oars at all, he fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 July 1897

Dating from our firat issue in August, we shall change the prloe of our local advertising from flte cents per [line each issue, to ten «ente per line for the first time inserted, and seven and and one* half otnta per line for eaeh ftttbse* quent insertion. We will be pleaaed to mnke oon- tracts for a stipulated number of linea to be need in a certain length oi time, at a reduction from the above ratea. It ia our opinion that the Bervioe ia snob aa to warrant us in asking a reasonable rate for this olasa of matter. To the Colored Brothers. For the purpose of ooneidering the circulars issued by J. B. 8. Capponi of St. Augustine, Florida, calling a national race oouncil to oonvene at Nashville, Tennessee, September 1, 1897, 1 hereby issue a oall for the representative men of the negro race to meet at the court houae in the towu of Cald- well at 11 a. m., on Saturday, the 17th day of July, 1897. Come without fail. Yours for the raoe, Rev. L. C. Davis. Deanville, July 3, '97. Tribute of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 July 1897

«•KIDS/* wLt a*..,. I If Monthly. ••What's ibis bit of lead, osp- tainf " asked the oolonel's nephew, who bad dropped in on tbe eur- goon at his plain quarters facing the parade. "Apaohe bullet!" replied the doctor, sententiously, with a oare lossness that evidently wee es- soined. "Dug it out of Bristow." ••Would you mind telling me the talef" continued tbe visitor, with a pardonable inquisitiveness. "Certainly, I'll tell what I Itaow about the lead," said the mirgeon, laying down the instru nsents he had been cleening, and offering bis civilian guest an arm chair upon the veranda. "But "lis only a short story." And then wisened-faoed, but kind'hrarted «Id Sawbones: "liristow was a little dude—one among many dan diee at the Point back in the '70s. I took note of him when I was (n duty there ss assistant-surgeon. Ho came to the academy as a dap- per young city chap, inclined to sir his pedigree and social sdvan* tafee, until tbe yearlings knoeked ell that sort of thing out of him in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 July 1897

our recular correa pondent. JT Washington. July 2nd. IMP?. Thar* never vm a dearer oiu of asking for bread and rsoeiving a (ban the bo-celled snti-trust lendment to the tariff bill, pre- pared by the republicana oí the •enate ¿nance committee. It waa not their first intention to report «ny amendment on this subjec', bat they became satisfied that if they did not there waa danger that the Pettigrew anti-trust amendment, wbioh waa recently tabled by a little parliamentary joggling, might be brought to a direot Vote and be adopted. Then they got their heads together and concocted the sham that will be just about a? injurious to the trustp as the Sherman anti trust law hah been, and they actually expect tho voters of the country to accept their work a) an earnest and real attempt to curb the power of trusts, instead of seeing it for whit it really ie; an attempt to ham boozle the voters who dm't kiow any better thin to look to the re publicarle1 far legislation adverse to trusts. Senato...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 July 1897

THE LOCAL NEWS. '..v« Bv v P Hallway Time Cnrd. tforthbound 11:08 p. m ■oathbouud■ : : «:::i® IS North ..i.'!."!.11 ;!VU a. m South " II:IM> a. m Mr. W. M. Stone's baby is now vapidly recovering. Capt. J. 0. Rowland waa stricken vifth paralysis this week. Little May, daughter of B. 8. Parkhill, haa been ill several days. Clyde Clark ia now recovering from a three weeka apell of sick- neea. C. G. Atwood of Clay Station made ni a pleaaent call laat Mon- day. Dr. Will Oliver of Bryan spent Sunday evening with hia parenta in thia city. O. P. Storm, the popular hotel man of Milano waa in the dty . Wednesday. W. R. Taylor of Tomple, waa viaiting hia parents near Cook's point this week. Charlea Davis, formerly of this place, but now of Belton, is visit- ing relatives here. A large number of our people took Advantage oi the Galveston excursion last Saturday. R. L. Joiner leaves today for Waoo on business. He Mil spend several days in that oity. Mrs. C. A. Roessler has been ill for about ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 July 1897

*wm: Y f Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY lti, 181>7. NO. 9. '■m J. F. Cobb, ONE ' CASH < PRICE > ONLY. My business is a success because of the fact that it was built upon the right principles. Here are some of the pillars upon which it was founded: Buy from first hands, or as nearly so as possible. Handle good honest goods—no trash—mark the prices -right and in plain figures. Above all things be honest, deal square, if it kills. Create as little expense as possible, and have none that is unnecessary. By all means have system and stop the leaks. Treat everybody as nearly alike as possible and have but one price to all. Keep right abreast in the styles of goods, with the larger towns, always be on the alert. Keep everlastingly at it. Attend strictly to your own knitting. Don't look at the little profit on a single article, but figure the profits on a large volume of business. With the co-operation of a good set of employes, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 July 1897

THE NEWS-CHRONICLE .10 IN EH. Rditum ahi> I'luirainoM IS-- PACTS WORTH CONSIDER INU. Now*. It is probably of interest to tome of our r«Adera to know that flsaly ia fsst beooming a shipping point for molona, cantaloupes and •arly vegetables and with gratify- «a* results to the abippara. Two seasons ago Messrs. Smith 6 Jones moved to Ssaly from Henrietta, in the northern part of the state, in order to have an earl* far crop, and hence better prioea. They have been in the businefa eome eight or nine years and this move was taken as a practical cne. They leaaed 500 acres from the Santa Fe company, closa to town v and went to work with a will but owing to a bad season and too aauoh acreage they made absolutely no profit the first season and the I told you so's had ibe floor. Undaunted, however, by this fallare and aided 1 y a better knowledge of the soil here they went at it again. Thin year they took cnly 100 acres of the prairie land and rented the Kuer farm in the bottom. While the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 July 1897

STARTLING PACTS. Bock lilud Jouruul. The fear of * want of market for the great abundance of vegetables thia ooMt oountry is oapable of producing has deterred some from engaging in traok farming. This year has fettled the ques- tion with most of our people. The inorease of prodoots here beoom> Ing known in northern oities, the 'demand has grown beyond that inorease. When the people io the northern oities learn that it is possible to supply their tablee with our produots at a time when no other scotion ol tbe Uniied States oan they will make calcula- tion on them and thus it i* popu larizad and the demand increased as shown in-the eegernets with which northern dealers have sought after them this Beasun. There is another feature about this thing, were it p3?sible for the north to beoome overstocked, these products can and will be shipped across the water to Liverpool, London and to the other countries. The freight would be less, and by -cold storage they would stand transportation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 July 1897

THE NEWS-CHRONICLE BUST A JOINER. KoitoM AMD 1'norui btomm Iuued ererj Friday at Caldwell, Toxaa. VV ill Entered In the Caldwell |MMtuSc« aa m c ond-ola* matter.- ne Year Months 'lontnat .. «1 M ... 1 00 «0 caldwell, tex ah, july 10. 1WT. ••CALDWELL'S OPPORTUNITIES.' We wrote under the above cap- tion in onr leaae of June 11, but fiel that we can again use it to ad« vantage. In another column of this iaeue will be found an artiole under the titlt "The Reason Why," in which will be found our axouse for again uaing the above caption. Our people have been asleep on their arms for the past twenty years and Bryan has been con- stantly and assiduously working for ail the trade and advantages •he oould get, and has succeeded beyond her expectations and is a till hard at work. Considering nil these faots, one can easily see that if Caldwell ezpeots to regain her lost footing she must wake up and go to work. Not go over and spend the evening with your neighbor talking about this article and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 July 1897

Lyoa Lócala. I ■ 5 * 1* The festivities bare at last «•aaed at this place. On the 19th of Jane began a oourae of oelebra- tlona to iaat until the 11th of July. The firat signs of pleasure-making came from the dusky hued citi- sena, who gave a grand barbecue On the Nineteontb of June in com- memoration of the emancipation. The next in order, and by no meani to be considered a amall affair, came the Maeonio picnio and oublic installation of officers on the 24th ult. Then came the great day of all daya, the celebra* lion of Independence day, whioh very vividly illustrated the hos- pitality of Lyons and ahowed their capacity for entertaining; but enough has already been said about that day. Than came the last, but not least of all, the Baptist meeting whioh began on the 4th inat., and «loaed on Sunday laat. The meet- ing was conducted by the Rev. £tevena of Caldwell. The muaic was furnished by Miae Isabella Heater of Lexington. Miaa Hea- ler is an srtiat, and deserves much credit for he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 July 1897

AT FEUD. I í$¿ Somebody'U be made ter pay far this!" The word* were hiaeed rather than spoken, and the boy's fingers elosed convulsively on the barrel of his long rifle. It wae not jet noon, but the shadows of the forest were thiok around him. On either side rose the jsgged walls of a dark ravine. From lome where in the distance oame the sound of running water. Stray gleams of sunlight came through oooaaional openings in the foliage, and one of these fell at the boy's feet and rested upon the body of a large deer-hound. It showed in strong relief the fine outlines of body, end the long, tapering limbs. It just touched the deli- cate faoe and ears, but left in pity lng shadow the ugly wound made by the bullet. As the young mountaineer gased at the dark soar his eye* gleamed fiercely. "Somebody'11 pay fer hit," he repeated, savagely, "an' I 'low that somebody'll be Tom Peters. The low-down, sneakin' spy an traitor! He's driv pap intsr the mount'n by his lyin' an' tale bearin', an' now...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 July 1897

1 if i oabln, mi' mebbt killed mj iam- bi?! You—you aooandrtll" He nieod hii rifle and than lowered II with a bitter laugh. "Hit's lucky you're dead!" At that inatant a woman rushed past him, sobbing wildly. "My baby! Ob, Where's my babj!" Then, catching eight of the prostrate figure, she threw herself upon it. "Oh, my boy! my boy!" she cried. "Thank Gud! thi&k God!" "What's the matter, Alice?" the man asked, sternly. "Are you orasy?" "No, but hit's a wonder I'm not. Oh, Torn, hit war awful— awful!'' and once more the began to sob wildly. "What war awful?" "The fire. I saw hit all. Me an' the children went roun' on t'other pide the ravine, fer—fer berries. I 'lowed the baby'd sleep till we got back. I'd wrapped him up kearful. We seen the fire plain, hut we couldn't get back in time. liitV a long way roun' the ravine. Then I prayed fer help, an' the boy come an' saved the baby. He went twicet." Her eobbing gradually ceased, and she now looked up with a pitiful inquiry in her eye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 July 1897

■ ' I; The Loca! Happenings. H«Mwuy Time Curd Jfortlitxwinii m •• W:Sft u. in 9Mthh(Mlll(t 3:41 p. Ill a-.M H. in llorth KrHfftit II: *. m ■bmIII II: H. in Dan Sims wh in the oitj this k. Dot Oliver «pent last Sunday in Bryan. Hookei's Prairie erjoyed a good last Thursday. Rube Grant was up'from the bottom this week. J. D. Rowland ia spending the week in Georgetown. Leslie Waggener of Austin was In the city last week. MissJosie Woolen is visiting Mrs. James H. Webb in Bryan. John Mrunstek «ailed Tuesday end adranoed his figures on our twoks. K. B. Childress of Fraimville us a pleasant oall last Wed- Jim Brown of Giddiogs was in 4ho city Sunday on a visit to his t>oet girl. Mr*. D. Levi entertained anum- iter of her young friends last Fri- lay evening. Start that street sprinkling sub. eoviption paper. The News Chronicle is in it, Mrs. R. E. Bauman span! a few days visiting friends in Brenham laat week and this, Mrs. M. C. Taylor left Thurs- day night for Bonham, to visit her pare...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 July 1897

Caldwell News-Chronicle. f'WM ti ' r. * mmM*n rOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 23, 18!>7, NO. 10. J. F. Cobb, fts "My Mamma Does, Too," Says another little tot, "because she says she can send any of us children here to buy for her and know we will not be overcharged for goods, but will pay the same prices she or anyone else would pay, and those prices are right, too." ur Own Knitting. Life is too short :\nd profits altogether too small for us to attempt to attend to other people's business and our own too. Hence we have always kept everlastingly at it, attending strictly to our own knitting and it has brought us success. Do Yon Need Anything # In the Millinery Line ? Here is a Rare Opportunity for You. We are Offering all Trimmed Hats in Ladies and Chil- dren's styles at HALF PRICE. JUST THINK! Of SI, $2, $3, $4. $5 and $( hats which were very cheap at those prices, being sold for 50c, SI, $1 .SO, S2, S2.50 and S3. Can you afford to miss it? We will sell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 July 1897

■ I B THE MEWS-CHRONICLE «MT* JOIN BR. BDI*UM AHDPbopribtom CkM|iia DitM. Dating from otur first ímq« in Aognat, we «hall ohangs the prioe of our looal advertising from five per ¡line bach issue, to ten per line for the first time inserted, and seven and and one* half oents psr Une for eaoh subse- quent insertion. We will be pleassd to make oon- tract* for a stipulated number of Unas to be need in a oertain length of time, at a reduction from the «Aove rates. It is our opinion that the servioe la such aa to warrant us in asking a reasonable rate for this olass of New York's rabid anti-trust law haa bssn deolared unoonstitu Nsztl Princb Estbrhaey db Galan i, of Austria, is going to marry Lilly Langtry. Ho must be woiae than hasy. It is said the big New York dailies are ssriously considering the advisability of returning from snaohine to hand composition. A spbakbr at the Palestine Fourth of July celebration al laded to the "great privileges o: poor people." He wasn't joking oither.—T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 July 1897

WASHINGTON NEWS LETTER. From our mulir comapondent. Washington. Jul* M. VW. Another disgraceful chapter in the disgraceful history of oongrci- sional tugar scandals wm written thla week. The thoroughly up to- date brigands do not rob Individ ual« upon the pubiio highway; they stand in with those who oon- trol the making of a new tariff bili and utilise their advanoe informa- tion to make fortunes by speculat- ing in the stock market. By giv- ing it out that the tariff conference committee had agreed to a com- promise sugar schedule that was more favorable to the sugar trust than the Dingley schedule sugar stock was puabed up sufficiently high to make thousands of dollars for those who bought before th¿ rise and sold at the highest point, and there are good reasons for the belief that members of both bran- ches of congress were among those who did so. a prominent republican was atked when the tariff bill would get out of conference, and he re- plied disgustedly: "When its schedules c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 July 1897

— - If r B ' I THE NEWS-CHRONICLE BOOT* joiner. Euitom iid I'aurHintHiii íwrj Friday al Caldwell. Texan. •Cntcrt-rt In tlie Caldwell poaiofllco an m<- «wd-<'littt matter.' • UaSORIWTION MTIIl Year utlii Mont■■ K . y« Miiiitii- «I M 1 ix) AO = ===== —=K A BOSS ON THE RUN. CALDWELL. TEX AH. Jl'LV £1. i huí. Change la Ratea. Dating from our first issue in August, we shall change the price of our local advertising from five its per .line each issue, to ten I igjMtion with all things and pai per line for the first time oeling out the hundred thousanc Houston Post. The Hon. Marcus Aurelius Hanna, senstor from Ohio and grand saohtm of the republican party, is a haunted and a hunted man. If account* be true he has about reaohed that stage of men- tal anguish where he is ready to call for the mountains to fall upon him and hide him forever from the wrath of the office seeker com ing and to came. Only a brief year ago and this avant oourier of a political millic nium was robust, sleek, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 July 1897

CALDWELL'S FIRST BALE. Sold tor Bight cmti hr Boa ad ud Na •roa PrMlMHi Yesterday Mr. Ignacioua II jl brought to town the first bale of cotton fur the sesaon. The bai« weighed 014 pound* and clashed good middling and sold ior 8 cent* to Herbat & Wind- hausen. Nearly all the merchants in town gave Mr. Hejl premiums t>f more or 1ms value. Mr. Hejl boa brought Caldwell'* first bale for several years past. Coffee—Arbuckie't* or Cresoent —at Womble & MoArthur'a, 8 pounds for a dollar—cash. When you are in need of lum- ber remember ours is selected from the virgin forests oi Louisiana, and no man Bells it cheaper than we will. jknkinb & jk.n kin . ' County Court. The July term of county court will convene on next Monday, July 26. Your cows and horses will cer- tfinly die if you don't feed them. Morgan, the grocer, has the best feed in Caldwell. We have the most complete stock to be found in Texas, and we defy competition in prices. Jenkins & Jenkins. ■ The Rain Came. A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 July 1897

DOLLY'S CONFESSION. W-> B; k Like a rirer of gold l j the clear February sunshine across the 4ark, rich linee of the Axmineter earpet ee Dolly Damar drew the deoorftted window shade. "It seeme a pity to shut ont God's sunshine," murmured ehe, ••but Mrs. Led yard ie always cau- tioning me about letting that oar- yet fade." And she took a farewell glance over the enow enamelled avenue, where gayly oaparisoned sleighs akimmed to and fro, and parties of promenade occupied the pave* mente, before she returned to her Iwmdrum task of dusting the drawing room. For Dolly Dftmar was "only the «petftirs girl'' in Mrs. Ledyard's pretentious establishment. Bhe waa a farmer's daughter, who had Motived an education above the •▼•rage; and when old Hiram Da* mar's death hftd broken up the household, she hftd oome to New York, hoping to get ft situation as nnraery governess or companion. Disappointed in one after an- other of her aspirations, ehe was •i last glad to secure a piece is parlor-maid a...

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