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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

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Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

Miiiintypt Valley Democrat. The world moves so fast thai the people who live upon it are prone to forget many things that happen. It is well, therefore, to atop now and then and think. The first prominent event in the McKinley administration was the threatened scandal of the transfer of the Union and Kansas Pacific railroads to the Morgan syndicate tor a mere fraction of their value. It was an effort on the part of the administration to repay a gold and bond gam* bling ring for their campaign contributions of 18%. The dem- ocratic press sounded the alarm and forced the administration to come from under cover, and as a result the roads were sold for $62,CXX),000 instead of being turn- ed in as a gift for campaign slush. This is one thing that all the people have not forgotten. After Cleveland turned traitor and became a republican in every- thing except the name, he saddled an unnecessary and utterly in- excusable debt of $264,000,000 on the people, merely to gratify the insatiable g...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

▲ W( New York 1 'resident MaKialay i wmw of Ixing th* dutie* 01 tobaooo in tii« island of Cabo doriof iU mili- tary *cc*patiou. Ike ei®ar makers of Florido and the bmooMwoio of tobacco io muy of th* largor citi** hove Hsked abool SroboUo flklMM in Th^ikey mmff |k ^ ,rrir < duties during Iko American oceu- nation and urged tha abolition of nil dot injam by Ike , ..... only way to immediately rebuild theU ia to enaoarafe the Cuban planter* and AaMnean enterprise by giviog amy inducement fOr the growing and «hipping of to- báceo to this country. On tke other hood, tke Caban planters have bagged that no such actiso be taken, aa it would mean their eternal rain and practically kill Üe tobacco industry in Cuba. They claim that tke moment im- part duties are abolished and lowered, tons of inferior tobaooo would be shipped from the United States into Cum, manufactured in- to cigars nod shipped from the iftlabd as Havana cigar , finding their way into all the marketa of the world. The dis...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

IT ROMANCE. ■oat dramatic romanee of with Spain is thatof young it Lake W. Terrill of ilia, Ky., and Señorita Antonius of Barcelona, Ita situations are as as those of any melo- its motives as tender as of any idyl ever written. It \ a story of battle and death, and and love. Its recital is of descriptive music in which be heard, first the reveille, a death cry, the mourning of a woman, a song of love the chime of marriage bells. A Kentucky Lieutenant and a Spanish Captain and the girl, who ia the daughter of one, and will be the bride of the other, are the three chief figures in the romance. One is dead under soft Porto Bican skies, and next month the other two will be married in ttie little church, through whos" windows they may look upon his grave. 1 ■ By Ada Patterson. New York.—"Keep the coat. Its blood stains and its bullet holes will remind you of a Spaniard's death wound and his thanks. "Americano, the darkness and the cold are coming. Kiss me, un- friend. Adois!" A big, hone...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

WASHIKOTON', D.C., Oct. 38. golfo*! N*W -CMI ÜNICI.K: The republican bonnen are hot after the republican officeholder* in Wanhintfton, both voter* and non-voter*. The voter* have all been given to underntand that if tbev do not go home and vote they will be blacklisted; and, to re- move their hint excuse, the re- publican congressional committee is offering to furnish them with transportation when they say they unaWle to pay for it tfcenwelves. Uut this transpor- latioa is not toCie a gift. Kvery voter who avails himself of the committee's ofer is told that he Diuwt make a «voluntary contri- bution, withia a given time, to 4br«-oin m it tec. of an amount equal to the c« *t of his railroad ticket, or (alii* the a«Mi*equences. Hons U**) s m,in wending letters to Washington*!* bulldoze the 1'cnn- tivJvania officeholders into not < aly going h# ine to vote, but con- tributing SIS each to the ing short of a mirado cum «ave them. Why, I believe that we will gain four congrewamen right ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

, ; U: f ... . . ,. ¿ ?, f i£*í 1 flg$( , , -"I 5 fíj®$7 ' *í! : I '' i&«<M&Nk3iZ93 JSOBffijp n k w ^ | F^ust & Joiner, ———— «i 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 SUFFUB&.XXXXWE PRINT EVERYTHING.^ n <n m* m* W4 ^ o *** Ut tm h£ üüd WE WANT YOUR JOB PRINT. ING, AND IF YOU WANT NEAT, ARTISTIC, STYUSH WORK, WE WILL BE SURE TO GET ITJVXAWE ARE DOING NOTHING BUT FIRST-CLASS WORK, AND INVITE A COMPARISON BETWEEN OUR PRINTING AND THE VERY HESTXXAAWE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR SAMPLES, QUOTING PRICES, AND FILLING YOUR ORDERS. A, A A A. A A. m* m* mí tm T O RJiCTI tm y* +^L¡* W* ^ K 'At 'A 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 LARGEAAAAA Printers AND Publishers. tiH: J Caldw...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

,, ^ .^.'.,4,;. ■> , iiPi'i # _ yflQO fllflifHlrtM' The attempt of the Alger re- lief association and ¡U benefici- arles to shift the blame for the present complications, which re- tard the final settlement of peace terms between Spain and the United State* from the adminis- tration and its incompetent agents to the shoulders of the newspapers, is too transparent to deceive any thoughtful reader. It ih .1" adroit move to shield all the pets of Alger from the ad- verse criticism they so richly de- serve, but the newspaper reports of the actual condition of affairs ¡n the management of the Santi- ago campaign and oí the horrors pec ted to pay attention to atate- ments by anonymoua scribblers will no longer avail. Reputable newspaper and magazine writers well known to the reading public have published column on column and page on page of facts gath- ered from personal observation in camps, in the field and every- where the army has been, and their names are appended in full to their...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

= I PEOPLE YOU KNOW nmiiMiiiiw ] Dick Fuqua «pent Sunday in Giddings. Mrs. Curry spent Thursday in Brenham. Dr. Harris, of Clay, was in town yesterday. Dr. T. O. Gorman visited in Giddings Sunday. J. R. Heslep's babv has been quite stck this week. Miss Carrie Scott, of Post Oaks, was in town yesterday. J. R Poole, of Milam county, was in town Wednesday. J. H. Tate, of Giddings, was on our streets yesterday. Pete Jackson was up from Lyons Sunday and Monday. Miss Julia Ballew, of Cookes Point, was in town Tuesday. Will McArthur made a call or two in Giddings last Sunday. F. J. Womack, of Galveston, visited his family here Sunday. Mrs. J. W.Chambers, of Lyons, was in town shopping yesterday. Ed Bell returned on Thursday from Cameron, where he has been for some time past Dr. J. J. Little, of Tunis, was in town Thursday, on his way home from Brenham. Mrs. Bassett, of Brenham, •peat Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Homer Lamkin. C. A. Broaddns has been kid up with the grippe this week, but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

Caldwell News-Chronicle. SIXTEEN PAGES. OUR AIM 1H THE UftBATEBT BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NONEMBER 4. 1898. NO. 25. í FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. ] HOOKERVILLL. many teachers uhc a reading chart HooMavn... . Tea... N..v, 1. fivc ,hcir P^ry claw. their E„,T,,.s Nkw.-Ch.okici.k: i -•"«' u ln* <* " ..... . . and the blackboard and tablets I have succeeded thin week in ... , . A. 1 , , lexcluHively for perhaps a month «thering a «little news -—about' live pounds; it's a girl. Henry Echols and wife are the happy possessors. j..hn Billiard ha decidid not |,1,,w.,| , return to Kagle Lake this w'n-¡rcadcr? or month and a half. 4. Ih that method a violation of the new law? 5. Would the reading chart be to ter. but to stay here and enter school. A wise decision. Too as a supplementary Please do not think these idle speculations,or a pretext for quiz- many of our youth, try to gather (or wc ¡„ e,rBwt< thei...

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

í;P; ¿í- ¡Siv tmm IÜ nm Vmo Tlmea-Herald. The announcement from Oma- ha that Te xa ha been awarded the fold medal, first prize, for the beat state collective exhibit, at the great trans-Mississippi exposi- tion, will be gratifying news to tboae who encouraged and aided the work of having the state properly represented. There «ras sharp and vigorous compe- tition among a number of the adates for the pri/e. and Kansas notable in her activity in the every kind of corporation interest known to the modern buaineas man, the republican party con- summated all of its previous at- tachment for wealth and power and became the subsidized agent of a thousand influences at war with the spirit of democracy. Even if the gold standard were correct as a monetary principle, i it would be difficult "to conceive i how the people could safely trust «Jordan am the republican party as now or-,trabel. especially when you ganized and controlled. It has trabel it down a four-cent cotton ceased to voice the a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

^ 'j'' 'jfljuMflWWNW The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. A Great Crisis. The ItaptiHtH of Texas own a dozen college*, in different sec- tion* «>f the state; these schools own property to the value of $500,- dered by bad management. How many valuable estates were swept away by the ruthless hand of war! There are hundreds of persons in our Southland who were raised in affluence as heirs to vast estates, 000; on this property, a* a whole,; wjt¡c|, tj,ev ncver came into there is a debt of nearly $150,two The conven-! possession. The administrator is given us to do, then to find, if we can, soon* other tools which are.—6'ladttoue. XXX Oh, Lord, how come wicked thoughts to perplex nie in my prayers when I desire and en- deavor only to attend thy service? Now I perceive the cause thereof: at other times I have willingly entertained them, and now they entertain themselves against my will. I acknowledge thy justice — that what formerly I have in- vited now I cannot expel. (Jive ...

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

I Is tb« Caldwell pMtolce i i mutter. Iaaoed Every Frldav Moraln#. id> one lurrtlnn twenty rent* _. two lükrrtion tblrtjr-ív * i'MU i: un month *l*tjr cent per Inch. Irate* Mven and one-half cent per Ium r'lou and Uve cent* per line «qui et Insertion. , cardi of thanks and notices of uta riven for religions, educa- l or charitable purpose* at half rejtu- UmI notice* of all kind* 11.00 per hundred MW flrst liikertlon and •*> cent* per hun- éfM Word each kubaequent ln*erti<>n. Mtirelj no reductions will be made (Ml above rate*. Tks N«wa-( naoMtiJt desires a corres- MBÉant at every po to#ee In tbe county. Hi In exchange will furnish the paper. st«- Maawrr ami ptmtatre free. Will be pleased to ad with any one oa the subject. • umcmixtion KATIS: ¿Si.: i Moo tas •1 1 W M "fS HOC S/GSO F/SCES." Caldwell, Tesa . Friday. November 4. fVHA T THE) .VTASn EOK. Austin Tribune. Hon. A. S. Burleson and Col. G. W. Jones have about completed their joint canvass of this dis- trict. Their p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

«ti Oil! ▼MÍ The following intmaaly internet- ,ulr paper-* «oat *i*M pen-piet- .... tii the "old aontherner"—tu i] re to the read before the Daughters of the Confederacy at Dallae.laat week by .ludge Oeorge N. Aldredfe The Old fcmth. how ft mjr tho word* Men to carry tu. A!most a third of a century bee crept by since It w e4 into htetory I love the old. chivalrie. uncommercial South. We are tact becoming Yaaheelaed. Soon her Hodel customs will Uve only la the memory el her oldeet Inhabitants. Her plantation formed her domineer- ing characteristic feature. While wo may. let ae brash away the dust that the Sogers of time have slftsd over the picture sad tabs a glance at planta- tion Ufe In the Old (loath. t'pon aligbtlag at the home of a Southern planter, before the civil war. you observe n large front yard filled with shrubs, vines and flowers. The fre^h msrhs of n brush broom are on (klnicwt every Inch of It, and m> assid- uously bad It been swept, that each fihrub and vine stand...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

Legal Tender pa- na destroyed by Spring* the the death jury gaw eaelty for The Ant i, Texas K: of Henry Moody. Seoond Texas regiment, re- st Dallas last Saturday, rloughs of the men havi They are to be muster , on the 5th and 6th. United States volnn immunes, were paid sad musted out of the service Galveston last Friday. Between and was 180,000 waa paid i ring to the appearance of and the oontinuanoe of the weather, Dr. Blnnf, state officer, has issued notice that inarantine restrictions against ma and Mississippi are with- except as to infected points. George Moore has received two lift sentences st Fort Worth for hie participation in the Saginaw fiante Fe train robbery on the night of July 21, at which Fireman Whitaker was killed and Engineer Williams waa mortaily wounded— and for which Jim Darlington was given the death sentence. At Richmond isst Fridsy Em- anuel Morris, for the murder and outrage of little Blind Fannie Williams, a 5-year-old girl of his own color, and Pete Autre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

mew tutu Cuba, proalrat* •PAH. 4 Marred «14 •narllng Hon. with Mfim. Ml*cU r*o*>"***' •" brokM. IIm Ui«en- ci«m realm of «pain; «ufe iha tblrti for blood allll on him. and •till wllh hungry Ha rend oor Ut«*dl .| I there beneath tola paw. lla'a • Ai'o* *"d fa«*d man •«atar, and Iroiti early days of yore ravaged many an laiatid, waalad many uvinimt hun : And the victime number million whom tola •iren*(to toa overpowered. Whom wllh ravening, bloody slaughter toe jMt mangled and devoured; •Hut hi ruar grow falni and toollow, and a hunter from the *e t Will «natch awuy fan Cuba, with her torn slid lilted I ng brtwal, and send him howling. .Imping, reviled of god* and men. Hack to ittowl mld t bone and darkr.eaa. In hi medieval den. _N. V Tribuna. THE JOLLY BACHELOR 11% H tru T***m wuuui. Peal after pial of n erry laughter r¡iii^ out over tiie 1 ran torn a Une the door of Ureeu & II at her ton's law of- fice, in the brown stone block where varioui signs ornamented the niches betwee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

hm Tinues-Herakl. The tendency of the press of t South to get away from a per- «latent and never-ending* discus- i of política, and devote atten- to the commercial and indua- trial development of it* section, «a n pleasing evidence of progress in the right direction. The peo- pie of the South arc beginning to regard their paper in their proper light, and the papers arc cenponding by keeping up a sus- tained interest in the develop- ment of the limitless resources of this wonderful land. The South is now more interested in securing new enterprises, facto- ries and commercial institutions than in political diatribes, and as a rule the papers are giving a generousand commendable co-op- eration in promoting the material welfare of their section. There can be no doubt that factories must move south, and, in discussing this subject, the following from the Nashville American is timely and forcible: cThe South is now on the eve of the most splendid advancement in ¡ta history. Its wealth is ...

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

e Sew Orleans Tlmes-Democrst. Again we are called upon to chronicle a new low record-price for cotton—4.% for March con- tiactn. 'Ti* true, the decline from the previou price i not very tfieat, but every deprecia- tion of five points now meant* a shrinkage of 1 per cent in the value of the South'* great staple product, and the producer will no doubt look upon it as Mercu- tio looked upon his wound: «No, it is not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church door, but 'tis enough; 'twill serve. The crop ¡s swiftly passing out of first hands, but the weight of several million bales must yet be felt upon the markets. T'nless some change of temper shall come upon the spirit of either the producer or the consumer, it is difficult to see where the disastrous process is to end. We have repeatedly called at- tcntion to the startling theory of numerous Southern bankers, as expressed in the New York Jour- nal <>f Commerce, to the effect that low prices mean prosperity to the farmer. We ar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

I •' 5LL Ncws-cimomcLE.. r i JOmtH. MHn and Fr*rhHn. ktoNd In the Caldwell postoflce m sec- oii-ohwi matter. Issued Every Friday Morning. Vote for A. S. Burleson. Votk the iitrsight democratic ticket close rr the a asks. Houston Post. We are entering- now upon the last week before the election, and although the skies look bright for democracy, the next six or seven campaign days should show the democrats in every district of Texas aroused, fully organized into clubs and committees, and determined to make success not only sure but pronounced. The contests of chiefest concern are those for congress of the ninth and tenth districts, and possibly the eleventh. Reports received from these districts with- in the past few days indicate that the democrats are confident of victory. These reports are not merely campaign claims, but come from thoughtful men, who know the sentiment prevailing in their neigborhoods and from reli- able correspondents whose busi- ness it has been to obtain as ac- ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

11 IM COMMMDI RAILWAYS Juá§0 Judge Texas interviewed by the drily papera a fefdajfl^nWlw ' «Ara the railroads going to en- join the «mmlmUrn rates!" "Yea. Weaee (ron the news- |ltien that the railroade are eatf be prepairinf *> enjointhe freight ralea or eon* of them, .ramulgntad by this eommiaaio «fc y <mn do I eo «4 m«at thajr ohlaiB a writ of in junction, botlf the ra4 facte eould W heard on the making of the •plication anreljr> no eonit would ""^Whydo yon my thief" "For the following reason* TU net earnings from operation of ihe Texae railroad for the veer endiag Jane 30,1896, were $7,271,- CM.7'1 for the year ending Jnne ;*). |897, the net earnings were tH.IWJW.ftftt being an inervase of |H 4,741.02 over the preceding year. For the year ending June HO, 1H98, we have the monthly re port* for the entire year of road* which had net earnings for the year •ndiug J«n« «SO, 1WJ7, of $*.0fi2,- 1*7 70. The same road for the y *r ending Jnno íM), IHUH, hud net inimtnge amounting...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

p£?' 1É by • f«f Mgbt ▼•to. vote on the ex-confederate it laet Tuesday was very Uf* all over the State, in a num of counties {tolls not being at all. 80 the next legisla- will be authorized to provide tor pensioning ex-confederates who do not prefer to be cared for in the Confederate Home at Austin. The now amendment, however, limits the expenditure of the ¡State for this purpose to $250,000 per annum. The following returns will show the vote in different sections of the . own* • Auslia county, Bellville, - • Industry, - - Por Against :w 237 4 102 - 11 117 - 8 120 31 100 04 95 36 107 902 962 48 00 3S 9 - 53 12 34 12 79 132 114 7; 89 242 70 30 88 1 089 48 - 77 108 127 47 226 04 - 41 336 91 - 61 - 82 104 116 65 237 23 83 86 114 28 66 10 26 38 48 30 29 19 34 37 - 258 262 8 724 13 11 39 59 1H.I 36 89 36 35 28 11 417 10 S3 20 113 6 423 55 33 52 100 46 42 28 30H 19 10 New Ulm, - - Sealy, - - • Bastrop county. . Paige, - - - Smithville, - Bexar county, San Antonio, - Bosque county, Clifton...

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