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

SIXTEEN PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUM AIM I THE GREATBBT BENEFIT TO THE PARMEBB AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. xix. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1898. NO. 32. «*< PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. IF %«#*« YUIOW nUBtK. Ciimikhman, Text*. Dec. 3 . Eihtohs Nkwh-Chiiohici.k: Wc are all delighted that the conference returned Bro. Willis to thin work for another year. One day last week, while Henry Winkler and family were awav from home, a tramp catered their house, helped fiimself to what he found to eat, took some cuff but- ton . a watch chain and several other articles and made off with them. He was followed, however. . ™ ' /T uu . he is very much improved. vi«*ited Mrs. Donath this week. John Broadwell has just re- turned from Yellow Prairie. Jim Mayiield and family are preparing to move near Caldwell. We hate to give them up. llollic Wilkinson made a flying trip to Lyons Thursday. Milton Houston, of Post Oak, is visiting in Deanville this week. To...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 December 1898

i H ¿ t fe 5Efe IH Educational Notes by prof. c. james. Supervision of Country Schools. Progress in Agriculture. Texa> Kami and Kan eh. 'i Civilization progresses just ax ignorance and *tiperstitk«i di*np- pear. A fanner who known no better than to delay important work because the phase* of the inoon or the sun's position on the zodiac are not right according j to tradition or inherited belief*, i may, by superior industry anil being conspicuous but his chances are far bet- whereby the skilled teacher can be discovered from the unskilled «The excellency of country!hv thc ^«^cter and 'H "^¡ through life with hools depends upon the char-'BU'ts °' ^eii j300'. wo'out being conspicuous as a fail acter of supervision. The ne- syKle,u °f examination han vet urfi. hut his chances are far bet cessitv for county supervision is1 l>ecn Jcv'Heci b-v whk h cxlUM ts ¡ ter, the load ot life much lighter generally recognized by the ped-1 tan bc «•P r««d from the un-iundthe roadway freer from o...

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

wasnmbnm news un . Washington, I). c., Dec. 19. RltlTOHS NKWH'1'HBOIíICI.K: The democrat* uf the house wt.rc entirely too smart for the j,Ui.yt odieH who have been work- ¡nj, so hard to make that ad- journed democratic caucus a cat a„d dog fight that would have resulted in encouraging factions and otherwise injuring the dem- ocratic party. The caucus was bcM. and there was no light at all. On the contrary, the meeting was entirely harmonious and not even any show of hard feelings WIs indulged in by anybody. According to the rule governing democratic caucuses, no action could be taken upon anything ex- tent the resolution, offered at the caucus held last June, providing that an affirmative vote of two- third4 of a caucus should make caucus action binding upon the whole body, except in cases where individuals have pledged their word or been instructed by their conventions to the contrary. This resolution was adopted without opposition. There \\a> ti,, t. lk in the caucus about the ...

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

CALDWELL NM-CMOMCLt, «NT é J$WtH. téitort ané Fnpr,*trt. iri'il In tl e Caldwell iMtktofflou tu see Ml litter. luued Fvory Friday Mornlnf. Siihwription Rate . Oí Yent Mi Montis l our Mo«t un Two Mont lis •I Ml Advertising Raten. Dtoplit.v u<Is on insertion twenty rom Ihw ini ii two 1 nworti«>u■ t Mrty-tlvti Iter Inch: one *11011411 sixty cent per Inch. UmmiI rat#* >ven and on*«bil( cent* per Itne flrst liiMtrtlon and five cent* per line rub miliKe<|ii< nt Insertion. OMtmirles. card of thank and notice of entertain" euU irlveu for relljrlonn, educa- tional or charitable purpo * at half rugu- tar ratos Laca I not 1"'p« of all kind* 11.00 per hundred «dNillrsi I n sort Ion and AO cent per bun- ilrl wordK each aulmeouont Inner!Ion. Ni >-('nuoMCi.r deal roa a comm- ent ¡ t every poatofBce I11 the county, n exchange will furuUli the paper, lu- t lower y and poutage free Will la- pleuaed to conMpond with any one on ilia aubject. po Caldwell. Texas, Friday. December 23. TH...

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

isa® MOTS jl 'fcffiff AND MONTGOMERY it tfeaiHw Despite lk« secrecy uisiutained, the following in cluimed to bo to ~~ outline of thu peace treaty: The Witt Great fathMiaM the NatlM's 1 ,irHt •'* articles provide for the ahu Mialttratc 1 rol'Bquinhnient of Cubu, oeiwiou of Porto Rico un<l Philippines, cession of barruoks, etc., return of Spauish priioncnt and renun- ciation of claim* of the nations anil oiti/.eiiH against each other. Articles 7, 8, 0 and 10 grant to Spain her trade and shipping in Philippines the-same at to Amer- icana for ten years; provide for release of all prisoners of war and political ones; guarantee le- gal right* of Spaniards remain- Is «MWsy WM 1 « Is* ChlSk Proslé«st's Wsleeae la ilakaaa. Thespecial train from Atlanta with the presidential party arrived ¡ iug in Cuba; establish religious at Tuskegee, Ala,, at 6:30 o'clock , freedom in Philippines and guar- no the morning of the ltith. A antee all churches equal rights, pi occasion was formed snd it Artic...

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

IANTÁCLAÜ8 p. WW üj * A1-' ■ ' !&. '1 a, OTHER. wUl Santa Clans bring me a sleigh tomorrow? 1 would rather have a sleigh than any- thing else in-the world. "When I passed Mr. Dunkirk's store last night It wsa full or slelghe,"' said Archie pres- IBttf, "but they were all marked one dollar and a half, and I have only twaaty tve cant piare* In my hank." "Bring ma the han*,- «aid hi* moth- ar, opening her pocketbook. In another moment Archie *tood be- fore hi* mother rattling íhe colaa ¡a the small tin box. "If I give yon tea more tvs-ceat placea," said his aiother.smiling, "bow much will you have than?" "One hundred aad fifty cents," cried Archie, toughing aloud. "May 1 go aad buy the sleigh now?" "Yes." said his mother, "but I want aoms of thoea lovely red berrlea I *aw 4a the wood yesterday. They would look so alca among the evergreens. Aad bealdes, grandma and your aunts tov* them so." • "III bring you n lot." aald Archia. la a faw momenta he was running iown tha read toward Mr...

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

HHHmSI ■;M wMk ríí'lfe M /H ■ wNmM ■!v'iSiMJi v v' Tfeo fc«v a •tip" M It OS iMMrt Tbs Cop-"Pb ry la tfeot?" The Cook-—"Tfeey hoi tklm os- treskahlo dlokoa." The Atlantic ooMs ta iv hy t«**J afelpa. Ik* MmM'« MHWtr mi Aa Kngllali expert daltna that tba w üi Hi producto* mM of «feo world la tmcqual to tfeo «train that will fea pot UI« > it Bran now whan tfeo food I suipte, thousands dto becanao iiir.r disordered «tunai-bi tall to dlaaat the food the/ take. Hosteler's Item- w. ti Ritiera strengthen and tono np 'ho «miuarti and digestive or gana. an. Wi ■WIW, llllMfM. MfNtlM tasr Mha ibMlto. 'Pber* U aucli a thing aa being too |m rfttatrot at (lines. i Mail The tnan who baa to struggle for a itviiig scqulres a auperlor education. Hon Boo Poking Powder la oa Rood m tta nam* indicator oneo triad eiweys uaad. You aove MMg fey win Sm Bon What some people don't know Uia/ rt siwsy talking about. y f f uNCSVMT neMAde? Are fow nerves weak? Can't you sleep veil? Pain In your back ? Lock ener...

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

•i I ffil . ' ' INgg, MNWlM Pre rta ers. KSweitw ■iZw1' V$Mm>' po#t" IT MOBNIMO. As a naiUr um su roller i a A title düh a litt!# man great and • great nao little. Aa old bachelor saya a woman' ton- fat la an organ without «topa. The good potnu of a great autny peo- ple «MB to have been brohea off. Wonan't worh to never done—unless aha gato tome othei woman to do It. It's hatter to accept some statements than to bother hunting up the proof It's easy to convince the plain wo- nwa that handsome to as handsome There should be more leisure for men of business and more business for men of leisure. It to only when a man dies that ae of his good qualities comes to the sur'nee. A aaa expects other men to show his | wife courtesies abroad that he never thiaha of showing her at 'home. War talh In France to largely for the of forgetting Dreyfus, but It day bring to France the glory of getting whipped. A western university Is teaching the art of getting married gracefully. What they want In ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 December 1898

- —toé . VL ""l ,'ri|Mm WW Ikif hu beeo agree- me* a boat ooly mm tblog. namely, that PrloM Mlaleter Htfuti should not tie relieved of tbe uapleasaat respoasi- billif *t brlogiog the peace ncgotia- lióos to a oootlunluu. It Is equally veil understood that aa too o ns the treaty question baa been disposed or ibero wlU be an end of tbe Hagaata administration. But what will follow it aa ana. either In 8paln or outalde, tee ma to kaow. Tbe Carilsts are sup* poeed to ba preparing for a formida- ble attempt to seise tbe monarchy, while (be republicana, on the other band, bare aouie hopes of overthrow* tag tbe atoaarcb/ altogether, in the army tbeie aro declared to be 01 foot rival ache ama for military dictator- ship nader leadera of oa different qual- ity aa Qeaeral Campos aud Cleneral Weyler. No American worthy of the name baa any Ill-will toward the hear lly burdened ftpaniah people. It Is bard 10 believe, however, that they can es- cape a period of very considerable «tlf. Acuity In th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 December 1898

"e ■ m IR WOMAN AND HOME. icral Items of Interest for Maids and Matrons.—The Home. AImi Mi* Voisy rily w«fc (This apparently written t>>* the kt« Phillip* Brook*. Bishop of M«iw- tkuartu In hi* youth. It * * found in of hi* Mirlr not* book* for the yesr signed "P. B."> the noisy city * yi In till* rat tline city car, Da till* the dreariest of day*. Verplesed with business fret and Jar. ?Wh*n suddenly a yrw.ig sweet face 1 Looked on my petulance and pain p -And lent It something of Its grace And charmed It Into peace «gain. The day was Just a* bleak without. My neighbor* Just as cold within. And truth was Just as full of doubt. The world was just as full of sin. Hut in the light of that young smile The world grew pure, the heart grew warm And sunshine ¿learned a little while Across the darkness nf the storm. *X did not care to seek her name, I only said. "Ood ble** thy life. Thy sweet young grace be still the smms. Or happy maid or happy wife." Pretty dray Mown. A very prett...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 December 1898

GHOST. U8T i comuion- Pl r« bouse la the Middle of a block on Thirty-fourth street- -a i|ui«r place to And a ghost Mud lltll« Mlw Rollins was on ' of the Inst per- sons nn up-to-date ghost would be «uppoaed to visit. She «• n matter-of-fact little woman, on the shady aide of forty, although, aa to that, If she had chosen to heap the fact to herself, no one would have placed her at a day over thirty-Ova. Sha had com* to New York to do her Ohrlstma* «hopping. There were More* In her own town, good ones, too. where sh'< could have parted with her Christmas spending money quite pprofltably. but home shopping won an « very-day affair, while this New York trip was the one dissipation of her quiet, correct. commonplace life. People who knew her well said she liked to get away from home at holiday time.—tbere were scene snd memories to run away from- that there was an untold story sway back In her life somewhere. At all events, the quiet little womsn seemed unlike her calm aelf as the ho...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 December 1898

t- ILT A BIG HOUSE IN THE TOP OF A TREE. Strange Life Led by an Ingenious Robin- son Crusoe in the Wilds of Nicaragua. M#c P> ■ Pfe f the jungles of Km tern N lea- ther lives an Amerlcsa Cruses, ItrtlM in a tall eho tras. Tto nun* ot this Strang* Individual Is Samuel Wildereon. His house, or ettadel. elevated forty feet above the earth, is Impregnable to the attache of wild beauts and poisonous reptiles, ■tea pestilential swamp fevers, hov- erlac over the decaying vegetation, caanot rise so high. This Crusoe fears not that trouble which befell the celebrated giant who lived on the top of Jack's beanstalk. The wood of the ebo is hard as Iron, aad long before a marauder armed with an ax could make a six-inch dent la the trunk, Crusoe with his shotgun pointed out of the kitchen window would be able to discbarge effective qaaatltie* of buekshot. When 1 visited the domain of this ■an It was not without doubts ss to the hind of reception tbst I would re- ceive at bis hands. Strange sto...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 December 1898

O. T. Kilpatrick will be here during the holidays. Mesdames Farmer and Díllard, of Richmond, will visit in town next week and attend the James- Wilson wedding. I>r. J. S. Wilson, of Dallas, a brother of Capt. Sam Wilson, will attend the James-Wilson wedding; next Tuesday. The concert and musical enter- tainment to be given next Thurs- day night is for the benefit of the cemetery, and it should be well attended. Turn out, boys, and bring your sisters, or so me bod v else 's sisters, < r both. J. 1*\ Alders, of Colnmbus, was here several days during the past week endeavoring to work up an electric light enterprise. We could not learn as to just what success he had. but under- v\flr.'n5r people you know. Little Carroll Kay was sick sev- eral days this week. Kurd Brandenburg will spend a f,.\v days in Brown wood, next week. John McCowen moved this week to the Johnson plací across the railroad. K. K. Womack, of Houston, came in yesterday to spend the hub-lays with home folks. Mrs. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 December 1898

T«xm Farui and Ranch. Wheat ¡a selling at about 66'/? anxious father. «Why, as soon as I get home I will warn? up nicely and drink warm drinlra. «Will that remedy the matter? cents per bushel at Chicago, 74 , <Certai||h%, wa„ thc confident re- cents at Galveston and 70 cent pJy He^e wah a \CHSOn. The at Dallas. 1 cow was a]gQ a mother, and her Twenty bushels of wheat per t,ow milk was designed for the acre will pav far better than half sustenance of her offspring, just a bale of cotton at present prices, as ,n the other case. Ho went or at any prices that are likely to straightway and turned a little prevail in the near future. Thc Jersey out into the storm, and at whun* will li for more milking tune she was shivering wheat crop will soli for more money, and it costs much less to produce and market it. Some farmers say they must raise cot' with the cold, and the result was a remarkable shrinkage in milk. He then tried the warm drink, ton because it is the onlv thing the flow was ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 December 1898

— mmtm POKI* RUMS A 0ANK. 25 H* DKt ter lh.it Struck a Mining C«mp Institution. \ Gambling Storv. vo' raise and raises you a thou- m.jr, Lit if (itf A mill "fly everything ílioM sacred, Vio- I sand, Love said, laying a slack 1 11 lé FA,,L Ur Wl*. ,• 1 of hills on the table with the let, I am. Any man who was worth , i , , lti« salt would do the samo." She I heap oi greenbacks and gold. ! . ! " i 111 '""i J k v "-m Il!v" kncw bi thc s?un1l1 of ** vo.lcf th"11 ABother poker «ame, or rather j The colonel glanced at Thomas , J™ Zek,"' the continuation of one which be- an'' s«' id: «Wait ten minutes, that on no account would I he left "Harry," hc said, niteously, "did li.m when John Love, Colonel gentleman would olTah pa- alone with Violet, but I was. 1 lie vou rt-a!!y mean what you said— Weed, Luckv Sanders and Plug- 1M,,« "d he forthwith disap- ,oll> ,0' ,iu' fooil"!l " 11 is 110 'about liking me?" . i • i í , 4t «i in n t c ti for pro v id cuco • ^Kvptv word ^ i tvr Joe struck l!i ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 December 1898

n¡ p .. I B flfoerrs Cbríetmae H Dapp$ 1Flew ¡¡Jeat\ Ourlíist year is always our most successful one. and i huh was no exception to the rule, our business for the past twelve months having been from K" to 2i> per cent, greater than for any previous year. In closing the year we greet till our old customers with best wishes and earnestly solicit a 9 continuance of the liberal patron- age they have given us in the past. W e would call the especial attention of all to an important article from us which appears on another page in this issue of the m:\ys-uiko\iuj;. Again wishing you a \lerr\ Christmas and a I lapp\ New Year, we are. yours very truly, J. F- COBB. % I # % % % %

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XIX. OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1899. NO. 33. [ FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. J county, visited her .*unt, Mrs. Will Johnston, last week. Mrs. Weyand and D. McLeod were called one dmy last week to see their Hick sister, Mrs. Bailey, of Van Zandt county. W. K. Mateiowekv and family spent the holidays with relatives in Lee and Fayette counties. A few doten of I)K M. A. Simmon ' Liver Medicine will do more for a weak Htomach than a pTWouged course of any other medicine*. —If you like something artistic in the way of stationery see some note heads we recently turned out for Jesse W. Jenkin- Remem- ber, we print anything. * soMunw.il. Homknviu.k. Tex.. Jan. 4. EuiTONS Nkvvs-CMHONK i.K: TheChristmas tree for theSun- day school children was very pretty and well leaded with pres- ents, to their great delight. Mrs. Robert Davis gave a very pleasa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE.. Mr i JOHIt/l. Sditoru mté «•rod In the Caldwell portóme u #o©- ■ matter. Issued Every Frldntr Morning. SMbftcrlptioa 8m v« r ... •is Month jfmr Mont us Two Month •I SO •*> m Advertising Rotes. Display nds one Insertion twenty cents nor inch; two insertion thirty-Are cents {Mr Inch; one month sixty cents i er Inch. Jboosl row* seven and one-half cents iim Itae flr t Insertion and live cents per line •ach BUbseiiuent Insertion. Obituaries, card# of thanks und notices of «■tortelnmcnts riven for reunions, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half rebu- jar ratos. Leca I notices of all kind l.00 per hundred word flrst Insertion and SO cents per huu- drsd words each subsequent Insertion. The Nrwn-CitROKici.it desires a corres- Hlent al every postofllcc In the county, In exchange will furnish the paper, sta- ery and poMitge free- Will be pleu e<l to correspond with any one on the subject. ' Caldwell, Texas, Friday. January 6. TO OIK CO! 'X T Y COMMISSION...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

j PEOPLE YOU KNOW. W V MMNM WWWWMW ft A! Farmer hanu very sick baby. Mrs. B. H. Copeland is rather seriously ill. Miss Nank (lee was in town for a short time last week. Mrs. W. S. Harnett anil baby byve heen ill the pant week. .lames Bronddua camo up Sat- urd.iv nijfht for a short visit. Miss Alma Lam kin spent Wednesday of last week in Bren- ha m. W. S. Mial. of the bottom, took Christmas dinner with (Jeorffe Hartsfield. Mrs. J. I). Kay and little Jo- sephine are on a visit t<> relatives in Cdrsicana. IkiKN: To Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Jiolik. Wednesday morning. Jan- uary 4. lM'f , a son. Kube (Irant. < f the bottom, upent C'hristmus with Dr. Jenkins and other relatives. Mr*. C\ VV. lurry was in Hrcn- haoi, Tuesday of last week, at- tending the theater. Will Carroll, >>f Tyler, spent Christmas in Caldwell. visiting relatives and friends. W. K. Porter. • f I>al!as. spent Christmas with the old folks. K. C. Porter and family. Mrs. Ben Delamater went to Milano last week to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

= iffiS : OUR MOTTO FOR 1899. U ft PAY flS YOU GO. And if You Can't Pay Don't Go. Don't you believe this is gogd advice? Don't you believe you can go without going on credit? Don't you believe that the cash system is the paramount issue with the trade in the country now? Don't you believe that the credit system makes more enemies than it does friends, and that it works a detriment to lx>th debtor and creditor oftener than otherwise? Don't you believe that a dollar will go further at a cash store than at a credit store? Do you know that Caldwell has one of the cheapest Dry (ioods houses in the state, and that store is ours? Do you know that we will soon lie in our new quarters, and that we will have one of the largest and best equipped stores in Central Texas? Speaking about our new store reminds us of moving, and rather than move certain goods we are willing to give you the profits and we will take the losses. See what we have to offer below, which will hold good during the month...

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