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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 July 1897

Imti atoned for «1! that by too and frank oonfataion. Lj verdict U that yon remain t '•Ob, Mr. Gardiner, 1 an 10 tied!" "Uto&pl'' he aaid. "I am iSP* |-quite through." "Oht" tighed Dolly, blankly. "Thtre ie lomething elael want yon to do.*' "By way o! penance?" Dolly's bine eyei sparkled; her old playful spirit was coming baek again. * "If yon cell it penanoe, yes. I have dieootered something within the laat hour, Dolly. I heve dis- covered that if you went away a great portion of the light and sun- shine of my life would go out also; that 1 love you, Dolly, and this thing that I ask of you is to be my wife.'' Dolly hid her burning faoe among the leaves of the big ger- anium in the window. "I—-think—I must—be—dream ing.'' said shs. "Because—how can I have deserved suoh happi- ness ae thifi?" "If we all got only what we de- eerve in this world," eaid Mr. tíardiner, "we ehould some of us fare pretty hard. That is the clerical Bide of me. And now, Dolly, my own darling little Dolly...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 July 1897

= The Local Happenings. t- : Hallway Time Card Northbound 1S 5« P in It:* a. m ■out hi Morth SmU thbound 3:41 p. m ' t:M ft. m PrelRbt 11:1 a. tu 11.60 a. m No more «and in yonr eyes for a faw days at least. Sol. Levi of Brenham Tiritad his parents this week. Rev. M. C. Taylor is conducting * revival service at Zion. Jacob Lang, living near Cald- well, lost a baby this week. Maj. 8. O. Rigsdale went to Bel toa on business Wednesday. Miss Jolia Pabl of Brenbsm is visiting Mrs. W. A. Eddins. Mips Winnie Ustynik of Wesley ia visiting Miaa Annie Klnkan. Dave Green and Ned Burns of Oiddlnge were in town Tuesday. Miss Madge Hitohoock returned Tuesday from a visit to Rosebud. Misses Mary and Bell Jenkins ore attending the 8an Antonio drill. o J. H. Hall of Prairie Dale neighborhood gave us a call Sat- urday. Mrs. Nina MoMUlan and ohil dren ere visiting relatives in Llano. Mrs. B. F. Delamater and ohil dren are visiting in Lampasias and Milano. Will Struwe returned Monday from the encampmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 July 1897

- ■ i• ? ' . ^ , V. Caldwell News-Chronicle. r<DL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1897. NO. 11, J. F. Cobb, Wt "My Mamma Does, Too," Says another little t< t, "because she aavs 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 arc right, too." ►e^ ur Own Knitting. Life is too short and 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 You 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 $1, $2, Sí, S4. $5 and $<• hats which were very rheap at those prices, being sold for 5Uc, $1, Si.50, $2, S2.50 and $3. Can you afford to miss it? We wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 July 1897

r .THE NEWS-CHRONICLE ■OST* JOINER. emtOMMP PHWHTIW Thn way any town ean be inde- pendent is to work for it. S*m- 9*J Ulk won't do it by e jug full. —Uearne Standard-Advocate. Santa Ke Agent 11. S. Bridges of Richmond shot end instantly killed e negro tramp at that place on Thursday morning at one o'clock. The city ot ¿nacogdoches is in a wonderful condition. It does not owe a cent and has a cash sur plus of $1,145 li>. The oflioials of that city must all be preparing to die. Caldwell has an artesian well with a flow of half a million ga) loot ner day. The well is less than 200 feet deep, and tbis in oonneotion with tbe enormous flow makes it tbe most remar ka ble in Tezes—Cameron Herald. Always aid your norne institu lions by giving them all the sup* port that you can. If yon need anything that you can purohase in your own town or have made there, never send off for it. Spend your money where you make It.—Con- roe Courier. There is a ntgro in this town hunting a lynching. Three ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 July 1897

' For the Protection of Society. Post. iLaw ia mad# tor the protection |<of society; preservation ol public welfare ia the first law. Mob law ¡ does uot proteot society, nor doe [it conserve the public welfare. Were it so the crime of rape in tbe southern {.tatas would diniioitib under the ür^jucncy oí lynohing Bat it dot a not. There are, at ln «t, three reported rapes in the fouth to one in the north, though ths sonth has «bout a fonrth ol the Eopulation of the whole country. Lence, it being clear that lynoh- ing is a blunder aa well as a bar- barism, it is strange that it con- tinues to be lreqnent.—Chicago Inter Ocean. The Post is not disposed to be- come an apologist for lynching. It ia a deplorabW state nf affaire when mob violenco is thought to be necessary lor tbe protection of Bociety. What all good citixecs would be glad to see would be a general recognition among all classes that even tbe semblance o! an excuse for resort to lynch law existed. But has society with ui r...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 July 1897

THE NEWS-CHRONICLE MIST* JOIN EH. KIHTOH* ami I'hophiktom úyj.v ■ iSá UMod every Krtdajr at Caldwell. Tcx&h. talnrcd In U e Caldwell ponto flier utt hoc iM'lukK matter.. SUBSCRIPTION NATIS: Yew ■ Monta* .. MoiiIIIH .. II V> ... f mi fiO caldwell, TEXAS. JULY :w. i«I7. ChMge In Rate . Dating from our first issue in August, we shall change the price of our local advertising from five ccnts per ^line each issue, to ten cents per line for the first time inserted, and seven and and one- half cento per line for each subse quent insertion. We will be pleased to make con tracts for a stipulated number of lines to be used in a certain length oitime, at a reduction from the above rates. It is our opinion that the service is sooh as to warrant us in asking • reasonable rate for this class of matter. Those Bryan Buruuiu*. Why can't Caldwell Imvo the extension of flbu Ileum ' & Bracos V it I ley railway Instead «( Bryan, liryuu already lias n very lárice jwrtton of tilt* Burleson coun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 July 1897

<mwmmwwwwwwwwwww mmaawy HARDWARE At Your Own Price Having again taken charge of my stock recently sold to Croiiiartte & Ilolik, I will now proceed to dispose of same at greatly reduced prices CASH ONLY. ^5 AVhut ¡■* not suit! will bt moved. If you want any thills in this lint;, como at once for this «ale 5g will not continue always. After the stock is red need to a minimum the balance will % o to Bryan. If you want to save money Now is the time A. B. CARR, JR. YELLOW PRAIRIE LOCALS. With the cotton worm, drouth, and the hot weather here, the big cotton crop so much talked of a short while ago, we fear will be lika the b'g McKinley boom before bid inauguration, not materialize. I. D. Wenfzell, wife and moth r are visiting friends at L dbetter. Mina Carrie Thompson has re • turned from Wootan Wells and reports having a nice time. J. T. Sims is making quite a lot of sorghum molasses which is very fine. We are glad we have the plant in our community. All of three industries shoul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 July 1897

WASHINGTON NEWS LETTER. i our r«fttUr oorreayondeiit. Washington, July M. INT. The senators who opposed the tariff bill began their kicking lev- ar al week* too late. Had they not allowed themselves to be tricked by the rugar trust support* «I of the bill while it was being considered in the senate they might have had everything that thftj kioked too lete for, and might «ven have suooeeded in defeating the bill. When ootton ties, oot- ton bagging and barlapa were pot on the free list, and the duty on white pine lumber «ras reduoed to $1, the trust-bond senators did it merely to keep the opposition quiet and with no intention of al- lowing them to remain. Had the kicking been done at that stage of Ihe game it would have been easy to have secured pledgee that would heve insured those items being let alone in oonferenoe. To kick on the conference report could ac- complish nothing,, unless backed by votes enough to rejeot the re- port, beoauss the report had to be Moepted or rejected as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 July 1897

PROVISION FOR SCHOOLS. Superintendent Carlisle Calls At- tention to the New Law. Austin, Texas, July 17.—The following h«R Wn isf >ied by the department of education. To School Officera and Tenrh«r0. It is highly important to take early notice of the tela regulating expenditures of school funds past - ed by the legiblature at the recent special session. This act exprtss> ly prohibits the uee of sta'.e and county fund exrept for three ■peoial purposes—tho payment of teachers' salaries, the payment of superintendents' salaries and the payment of tees for taking the ■chelastic census. The people of Texas are now confronted with this important question, how are the public schools to be provided with sohool houses, desks, fuel, water, crayon «nd other sappliet? Not a farth- ing of the state or oounty funds «an be used for any of these pur- poses. School houses can not be purchased, or built, or rented, or repaired at the expense of the state or county school funds. Not a stick of w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 July 1897

1 /I w mSf I The Loca! Happenings. MSBan9SRB9SnB9B9Hm Kailwny Time Card. HorUitxiuiiil 12:50 p. m 12:2a u. m BdhUiImuiimI 5:41 p. in " 3:M u. m North KrHjrlit. 11: . id •oath " 11: i4. in m f C. P. Brown, ot fit. Louis, was here Monday. J. Ellison of Sen Antonio was in town Thursday. Uncle Si Bailiff of Tunis wm in town Wednesday. Win. Lasker of Houston was in the city Tuesday. Adolph L°hde of Brenham was in the city Monday. Dot Oliver returned Tuesday night from Galveston. B. Fauenstdu of Baltimore vis- i led the city Thursday. R (i ro8H of Brenham was in the city Tuesday on business. Morris Lange of Cincinnati, Ohio, visited town Tuesday. L. O Fraim, an attorney of Tunis, was in town this week. Wm. Reeves returned from a trip over the state last Sunday. A. B. Cut. Jr. of Bryan was in tho city on business this week. A good shower fell in Caldwell '•vicinity last Tuesday night. Will Collins of Paris ia in the ttyr this week visiting relatives. Jnstioe T. H. Skrabanek of pre- cinct N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 August 1897

\ / Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST (>, 181)7. NO. 12. W \ r F. Cobb, mY- Do Yon Need Anything In the Millinery Line ? Here is a Rare Opportunity for you "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." Mm /'I Kjh ' B.! ur Own Knitting. Life is too short and 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. We are Offering all Trimmed Hats in Ladies and Chil- dren's styles at HALF PRICE, JUST THINK! Of SI, S2, $3, S4. S5 and Sí hats which were very cheap at those prices, being sold for 50c, SI, SI.50, $2, 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 — 6 August 1897

m . THE NEWS-CHRONICLB R>'~ V It OUT A .tOINKK. FlUToHit am> I'kiii-ki ktiiks The Murlio Ball is just a little bit after the oounty officials who •end off for lithographioal station- ery. This brings to mind that Robertson county does the same, also it has been noticed that the delinquent tax list has been type- written and hung up in oonspiou- ous place where possibly one- fourth the tax payers will see it. No doubt this way ot advertising is all that's necessary and com* plies with the law but would it ■ot look more business like and •how a willingness on the part of offidals to give this printing to the newspapers that worked for the election of such officers. Evi- dently this county has enough money to pay for printing this list and we dare s&y it would be more satisfactory to the people.—líenme Standard- Advocate. Without using names, we will say that rather a facetious circuía «tañes turned up in Cameron not manv months sgo. It was in the way of a business transectio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 August 1897

• B t M I HARDWARE ■ At Your Own Price. i *• i i Hiving' again taken charge of my stock recently sold to Cromartie & Ilolik, Í will now proceed '5 to dispose of same at greatly reduced prices FOR CASH ONLY. i r* m ;*9 4: * 3 What i> not bold will Ik mo^-ed. if you want any thing in this line, come at once for this sale will not continue always. After the stock is reduced to a minimum the balance will go to Bryan. If you want to save money Now is the time A. 5. C ARE. JH. Caldwell's Enterprise . " 'Murli t-'ooi. to Ed. News Chroniri.ic —In look- ing over vour city I linó you 'nave moro enterprise than you have credit for abroad. I find a fine $45,000 oil mill, a good thing for s oour.M, but 'hey * 11 th«ir prod., not too high to draw trude. A1.-o ¡ find ore of the illicit gins in the! etaU-, BUppiie ) with nil the mod- j em conveniences. It will gin and (1jBtance pHck £0 or 100 balcB pur «.'ay. j waUq,ed When a farmer canies his cotton there it in ginned and packed and on hi i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 August 1897

THE NEWS-CHRONICLE •tlHT a JOInek. Eiutoh* am> l'ltocuirrous laautsd every Friday Hi Caldwell, Texan. KnU'reil In tlio Caldwell poatofllMI un * •• tflld-das luullrr, SUBSCRIPTION NATIS: Owe Year Hli Months ■ • TIlMH' Mont us •I no I «1 .'rU oauiwbll. texas. al ouft 0. im 7. And still the rush to Alaska oon licúes fsét and furious. All the intendments were over- whelmingly defeated at the elec- tion last Tuesday. Ocr good eiater Hearne has let the contract for the building of a 1600 lamp electric light plant. Jodok John H. Reagan haa un- qualifiedly announced his candi- dacy for the United States senate. Thia will bring on more talk. There neem to be evidences of a rich gold find at Llano, Texaa. We will probably know more •boot it next week. One report saya that it costa 160 a day to live in Alaska. That let's •a ont. At that rate we wonld starve to death in fifteen minutas. —Con roe Courier. The Bryan water works com- pany baa been authorized by the «My council of that city to r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 August 1897

0 ' '*'? LYONS LOCALS. I •* I 4 o Cotton picking i a the object of the day in these parta, and the J tin. will be running on full time a aw days hence. We had another local shower jubl north of here on last Monday evcnii-st, making three in nil in the lael twu week*, which did really mere harm than good, hut >h*«re is molture euougn in the ground to bring up garden peed, and with the prospect of raiding h fall garden the people of this vi- cinity ought to ieel blessed a lit tie, anyhow. J. K. Lyon íb having his store- house—heretofore a vacant house —moved up on Main street and we are under the impression that it will be divided and a saddle «hop and a grocery store will be run in it this fall. A. J. Radford is almost daily re- ceiving goods for the fall trade, which is always very large at this plae- . Mr*. W. R. Pillow of Muldoon, Texts, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Pillow this week. Quite a crowd of the Lyons boys attended divine services at Provi- dence last Sunday and wer...

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

'mff. THE WIFE'S SECRET. • -J< W happened to be a party. The scream came from a spot 'V :V-K m}i 1 I heard a woman scream, not angrily and fiercely, but with the low, long ory of sadden pain. It vu midnight. I had been with a fellow clerk to the theater, and had parted from him but a few moments before. The play, I re- member, was the "Lady of Lyona," and my mind was full of its tenderness and beauty, when the scream banished all other thoughts away. For a moment I stood quite still. No one was around. Not a figure moved amid the shadows at tbe right or the left. It was a long, •till, row of genteel private dwell* inge, and nearly all the windows were dark, save one, where there * near at hand. I walked on a few steps and saw nothing. I resumed my path. On the corner burned a 1;«e lamp, and by its light I saw ying across the curbstone a pros- trate figure—that of a woman. I ■tooped over her. "Are you hurt?" I asked. 8he only moaned a little. I ■trove to raise her. Then ehe ■poke....

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 August 1897

I / ;i «i 3 in th# shadow. The gusture was eo fall of horror that I turned ojld with terror. I hastily «truck « match end lit tho |ja>. Then thu dark, indistinct form in th« corner r aolved itaeli into the burly fig- ure of a profligate t>nd debused m¡u), who eat upon a lounge with adv liintair, his urnas fddrd an t hie ty* e lix d up<m n e 44 vVho ar« you?" I Ciitd. 44\Vh.> t do you want here? llave you dared to harm cr terrify my wiie?" He slared at mo inwoienily. 4,If you moan the woman there,'' he aaid. 4,ahe JB my wift! i am Luke Lambert!" 4Cr;ac !" I cri"d — "Grace, apeak—tell me he lie !" "He tella th« truth," Baid my wife, not liiokiug at n¡e. "1 thought him dead befara I ma - rled you. Oh, Hbury! Henryl 1 told yen you should know all t< - night. It wab prapheoy. I wa- his wift ouu<\ W'liat a life 1 led! what an nwiul lift! A*, las', bt- robbed me aud atabbt.d me, and iltitg me frvm a cab to die upon the pavement, that lie might be rid of me. I bad money of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 August 1897

A V/ ¡Sw ■ Local Happen Bryu Curd H«ilwuy Tim Mortbliouud. .. •outlibound... «orth Freight. >utli . ...18:911 p. ro .,.1t:K u. tu .... H:4I p. in .... 11:54 a. ni ...11:50 u. m —11:AU u. in Head Cerr's ad in this issue. J. J. Pressley gave us a pleas- ant call Monday. J.R. Heslep has been quite ill for several days. Edward Reeves, Sr. has gone to Louisiana on business. Mra. Prof. Flvnn was in the oity a day or two this week. B. C. Carrington of Tunis was in our office Monday morning. J. A. Jackson of near Mumford wae in town one day this week. There is a very goad patent «burn on the streets this week. Curtis Oliver of Dryan was in the oity several days this week. Dr. Law of Belton Female ool lege was in the city one day this week. Rev. J. A. Stevens has moved into Mra, Wyatt's house near her home- Ford Brandenburg left Wednes- day for a few days trip to Brown- wood. Mise Maud Alexander left this week for a two w eeks visit to Brownwood. Dr. T. C. Hairston of Indepen dence was vi...

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

JUn- in the le vu the •aid that he Jackie had an tarn-tip noee, Jbkled face, and a fandy, curly hair, b had a wonder- ed smile, and hie eo honestly into bat they felt that ■Uruthteller. M fourteen, and bis letting into trouble Few days passed some exciting in- itiatory, until some- fed in eohool that sur- lis former mieadven- Jackie's home, was | part of northwestern from the railroad, fa? sn excellent school the citiseng proudly tt they were fully up Jmes. There h&i even talk of building an ice- Íut many people were op- t as being "agin natur'." te can be frez in hot !'i mo'n I can see, an* I lieve it can be did," was ;en'e invariable reply to all t« iat as it may, all Carytown |ud of the new schoolhouse. built of bright red biiok, Itho interior walls and ceil- rere sky blue, which the board had considered good eyes. The fchool-roona was li rgo and very clean; poya and girls were seated on lite eidts of a wide aisle; ilacards all around the room Hjltyced that "Pupila Must Not T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 August 1897

ft many ¡las a old idren. ve to OOttOO, ushels * ushels of oats, dozen turkey, pounds hall a , two twenty other If Tary to mention, i is needed to oom- te Texans' happiness, Kan- |/ can furnish whatever nam- if gallons that may be de- ¿L- lilt We^o of Prosperity. Id Wanamaker, one of the noted republicans in the Stat?*, bas the following to [the present situation: [e cour.try is not prosperous, is outset of the last prasi campaign tbe party, press lolit'oal leaders generally l)e Nevembtr election of |i the date of the beginning ] times. A full bait of the I" expired *ino« the will of ibiit ao party was declared, but ene of the important tbe campaign is n^aring Int, and hardly ary n Mice- irovemer.t of tbe wretched ¡manifest. Tbe tide will hill fctrongly against the paKy unless the d<- of bu-ioess is altered, laud want breed a bitter ^t, which will never, n-ver uuless there are am- ienta. America hw to fe«r are ^aumctionists in Cu^a, rritory graxpiog British, [re onr patient and h...

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