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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

NKMUMH cm. Cumulase WIN Icftrt the Nt$- 10 ICV.TB MOUSE Of CONGRESS. «f «s to Mi It b I Xtearagaa Casal Bill. The national house committee on interstate and foreign com- merce has decided to report fa- vorably the Hepburn Nicaragua canal bill with amendments as a substitute to the Morgan bill,that passed the senate. Hinrichsen ««•cured adoption of an amend- ment reducing the total appro- priation* from $140,00 ,000 to ■peelal Messaie. ■ I The Slat ult. tiie jovernor sent a mceaage to the Uf-ielature. The railroad commission constituted the first part, particularly t'.ic rebate question. Goy. Sa.yers said rebating ia a palpable and a illftil violation of law, the evils resulting are great ami it should be repressed. Accompanying this part of the message was a letter the governor received from the railroad commission in which the Utter iecommended stringent leg- islation and a penal clause. • The reformatory was next ro- foi red to and the governor stated that after a careful consider...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

t Thiaks '•f Ms laventiMU Kill CONSTRUCT ONE AT ONCI. •i hiMrMt mi am ts Fan Mi Art Wan Ikes Spat la Ptrsttl. rum continue* In favor female* u « lockjaw preventive. Mb nan who keeps hi mouth shut acquire* a reputation a* a Ibly Don Carlo* ha* decleied that there Is not enough left to flgiil All men resemble pawnbrokers, Industry depends upon their in 'All the world's a stage, and the ma Jorfty of the performers play to tus galleries. As a rule the man who Is unable to trust himself displays pretty sound t As a rule cleanliness Is nest to god- liness. hot la 8t Louis It's next to laitoMtble. 7, ' -Thugs held up a Chicago detective, hit they sneapsd without losing any* thing of much valtte. ,;'ir — It's much easier for appearances to a man down than It Is for a man to keep appearances up. It Isn't likely that Solomon sncceed- ea In convincing all his wives that a to the wise was suflcient. Admiral Schley is said to excel as as artist, and the way he helped to draw tkewer to a ciose is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

miutarv amo naval notbs. HosplUl Steward DitM A. Eberly* han iMH-n transferred from Washington tu Fort Clark. Te*. Señor Melilia has twos elected pres. titbit of tha Vinar un statea by, the in- tmricenta at llollo for a period of two years, and has acknowledged his alio- jciunre to Aguinaldo, The Abyssinian chief, Ran Magasrla. go/crnor of the provine* of Tigre, who has for some time :.«in twined a relwl- ) I nils attitude toward King htencllk. hss agreed to ask the king's pardon. The steamer Chateau la Fltte, from 4'leafnegos, Jan. «. arrived at Barcelo- na. Spain, with U'RO repatriated Upan }nh soldiers. 350 of whom are serious- |v III. Klfty-slx died on the voyage. It Is stated thai every surviving of- peer and sailor of Admiral Cervera's •ouadron will he cited to testify at hla trinl by court martial, which. It Id be- lieved, will result In sensational deveN opments. Arrangements for the cruise of Hamp- ton's squadron of evolution Ave pro- gressed so far that the navy depart men...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

Tur bent beats over on* thoussnd timet each dsy. hundred thousand supplies of or bed blood to your brain is it? bad, impuro blood, then row I eches. You art troubled 4É drowsiness vet cannot aleep ss an ia tired in the morning m at eight- You bare no nerve Your food d-iao you but atfmulsnts, tonteo, cannot cure you; but O gw it makes the liver, kidneys, and bowels perform their work. It removea oil inu- from the blood. And h the blood rich in Ita Ufa* propertiea. J will bo more rapidly If you will take s laxativo d Ayor*a pills each night. They Jr sluuish Hirer and thus LA. j. c. A ■ , \ -5 V Chief Engineer W. T. Manninc of 4 ho Baltimore and Ohio Knllraud has ir. vented n new mil that esports say has many points of Interest to rail- road owners, the prlncipol one helm Ita economical feature. It la wall known that ralla «eat rapidly on curvee pnd where theee are short end trslBe heavy, the cost of renewal la very large. Manning l<aa evolved a aectlon. which, be asserts. will redu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

fpEOPLE YOU KNOW 5pihu <mmhp j)r. Moho wu« visiting relative# in u< county thin week. Dan Sims, of the bottom, was in tin i ity on business Wednes- day. Mr-. DavitUon has been eujoy- intf .. nice spell of the grip this week. Madge Hitchcock, who ha bei-n sick seveial days, i now improving. Mioses Maud Lyles ami Kli/a- belli Scott will move to Cameron gil tur day or Sunday. Jim Kaffsdale was ap|x>inted thcir atls- deputv sheriff in place of \N . 1. —Misses Duckworth and Hud- Stories of tl)« Street. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmrn - Dick Perdue has moved hi barber nhop. • Read Hunt's new ad, on page It will pay you to keep up with hit> prices. Read Cobb's ads, on pages 1, • and 12, this week. Don't miss any of them. —Notice changes in the ads of the Kiley-Johnston furniture Co. and Jesse W. Jenkins this week. Read Womble & McArthur's new ad, on page 1 you never waste your time when reading iHwmimmMi GROCERIES Huberts, on February 1. Will Taylor, of Temple. came son will give an elocu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

tedíes.<"No. 5. IGR* «(lowing from two or three stand points its great advantages as we see them. There ia one other argument which we will venture to offer, although we ktftt not intended to follow that lili of thought farther. We re- fer to the independence which it coolers on the farmer. By the very laws of nature, the tiller of the soil is a man of peculiar inde- pendence; and when he fails to en- joy that blessing, there is always something radically wrong some- where. Moreover, this trouble ¡4nearly always at bis own door. Trnnts may form, combinations may rise against him, govern- ■Mat may be inimical to his in* tereats, but as long as he is left in ike enjoyment ff life and liber- ty and protected in his right and tide to bis own possessions, be can never be enslaved unless be mnkesfrimaelf a slave. Re will always be independent; he him- self lays the foundation of his own downfall. Well, what has all this to do with «Diversified Farming? Juatthia. A proper diversificatio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

HAVE Y#UR MNNflNA DONE AT HONE SATISFACTORILY. Bookbinding Having made arrangement# jwith one of the best Bookbinders in the South to do all our bookbinding at Jobber's Rates, we are now prepared to do Blank Book work of every description at reasonable prices. We want every order for Blank Books and Binding of every description that is sent from Burleson county—on the sole condition that the workmanship is the best and the price just as reasonable as elsewhere. Nearly every merchant uses a Ledger, Journal, Account Sales Book, or other books which are made to order. Xhose are the orders we want. YOU are the man we are talking to. Don't send your orders away and then say you "did not know we could turn them out. " If you are disposed to treat the home printers fairly, give us a chance at EVERYTHING that's paper—printed, ruled, bound or otherwise. .We have turned out several books already, and have some orders in now which we will be pleased to show you as MP!*? «• a few city*. * * OIA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

12 It pays to trade at COBB'S. ' s • Our New Store 1$ new Ready for Business. Our system of honest goods at honest prices and one price to everybody has increased our trade to such an extent that we had to hunt larger quar- ters and we now cordially invite you to visit our new store and inspect ur goods, and you will find one of the largest stocks of goods in this part of the state. It stands to reason that a store that endeavors with its whnlc heart to .give satisfaction, first, last and all the time, is bound to become the popular store of the town. W'c are ambitious in just that way and are seeking just such popularity—a popularity based on genuine worth and hand, cold facts. ATTENTION. FARMERS! We wish to call to the attention of the farmers that the season is at hand! for preparing another crop, and we wish to say that we are "well-fived"* in. the way of goods especially adapted to the use of the farm, such as Plow Shoes. Jeans Pants. Overalls. Jumpers. Gloves, fiats. Etc. We b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

TWELVE PAGSE. VOL. XIX. OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE fARMEBB AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, KKBWWRY 17, 1899. NO. 39. escasa Store is showing an elegant assortment of fine Cassimere Pants, at : 4.5o, ?5.(M> and $6.00. Elk Hats, at £3.00, $4.00 and $5.00. Edwin Clapp's Finest SIkh's, #5.00. Packard's Klondike Shoes, $3.50. Zeigler's Artisti* Kid Shoes, $3.00, h. \V. Larom's Tieal Kid (¿loves, SI.25. Hlack Satins, Hro- ctided Silk , and Crepona, SI.CH> per yard, and other high grade merchandise. Besides the above have all the live-cent leaders you will find in any other store. ( PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. MMHH6 « * -3 I IT PAYS To trade at Cobb's first, last and all the time. He has the largest and best selected stock and the prettiest store in this section of the state. His prices are AL- WAYS right. Read his ad on last page, and go to the new store and buy your good from J.F.COBR SOMCjRVNII. KoMKMVtl.lt'. Tc* kl'itohs SHU ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

J j I § M$í ■9ft m "." m S'V Sk s, 0 §■ Educational Notes# = Enjoya luxury in xxxx BY PROF. C. JAMES. COUNIY SCHOOt SUPtRVMNN. that the present cx-oflicio vet Last issue I gave some inter- esting- data in regard to the sun. la the coming issues I shall dis- cass the solar system and several ftoints concerning astronomy Mid astronomical observations. * * * The paper occupying my space in the Nkws-Chkon'ici.k was pre- pared for the teachers' institute, and being unable to read it, on account of the severe weather, I iiave taken the best method of bringing it before the people—the newspaper. The only apology I offer for till- ing my column with the Question of independent supervision of public schools is that, like Ban- quo's ghost, it ctirill not down. * * * System and order are the taws by which God governs the uni- verse. In nature there is no such word as chance; over and around us are the unchanging and un- changeable laws of the natural world. Nothing happens; there are no accide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

ftSOtttWP WWfcttiflWlHlilí 9#tf tt ÍWMHWUMHI ttÜiílú><XWWNi The Spiritual Man, 3 9 ■3 3 a ■5 -U I <1 fijyQJM AA^AA BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. miBiiiiimiiioBBi I have frequently asked in these ¡ought to mean. The man who columns the question, «What said of himself at the close of sort of religion did a man get who , life, «I have tried to make the has been a member of the church most of the «tuff. doubtless re- a year and has never been to i ceived the Master's «Well done! prayer meeting? I have never1 ««««« hoard of any one undertaking to The cloud hang heavy round my way. answer that question. I am I can not ee: thinkinir seriously of offering a But thw* the darkness, I believe, llll,,n K _ J ■. < od leadeth me. premium for the bestanswer toit. ¡ „wt.e| („ keep my hand in HU, ««*«« While all it dim; A «ryt many pjopl, «tap. ¡ *Ch""( prebend the work done by our Thro* many a thorny path He lead* Sundav schools. '1 hev imagine ( My tired feet; it is a place where small children...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

♦ CALDWELL MEWS-CHRONICLE.. Mt T i JUm . Mm —é lateral lo tlie Caldwell po to c«- M uve l-clui Miter. Umd Krery Friday Morning. SuhMrlption Rales. Í Year.... Month . r Mont.ni> Month 91IW CV Advertlaiag Raton. AltadvuriUltitfon tlmt |tujrv will .■hnnr.Mi MBovnit per Iik'Ii -truliilH. «* 111 u<> n'dnoUon for Urge ml*. Dlaalay udx one Insertion twenty ccnt* Mrpu-fi; i«<i liiM*rt on« lUlrty-Avo ocnu pw toe*; < ne nontli alxty cunta )** Inch. Local rat** «even nod one-half cent* per Itoe trat InwrMnn and Art* rents per line rub aubsequttut lnsurtlou. Obltimrliv card* of ibuuks unit notloos of •atertalntnent* ylven for re I Won s. edtran- tlonal or charitable purpose at balf w«u- lar rates. Umi notices of all kind* «.«O per hundred ■ ñadilm Insertion and M cents per hun- dred words each subsequent Insertion. The N*wiM^boj m}i.k dertret oprras- ■cedent at e*«ry MdnlHcv in the county, aad In exchange will furnish the paper. ts- Monery and postage free. Will be pleased to spo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

'' wí; . £ 'hW "Vv''11 W&'' ' #"■ I , >• ' ■ 1 •■ -. i SNOIMCMMCM frta Bill laai ni Sn ti At- ttcliUmMaii. INI PUCf WAS SOON REDUCED fas IHNisat mfctfc* lM Km Ban If Kr*s Laai aai Rm. At 3:40 on tba afternoon of the 10th tba American land and tea force* made a combined at* lack upon Caioocan ami in about two hours reduced it. A* a sig* nal from the tower of De La home church the I'nited State monitor Monadnock opened fire from Manila bay with the bi| guns o( her fort* turret on tin earthwork* with great effect. proclamation declaring tba Amer- icana must be treated aa enemiea within tba limita prescribed by laws of war and that American* captured be held as priaoner* of war. Also that all consul* be notified of thia action and **oon- gress order and accord a suspen- sion of the constitutional guaran- tee resulting from the declaration of war." Aguinaldo'* proclamation after the fight says the outbreak waa "unjustly and unexpectedly pro- voked by the Americans" and ro* fere to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

*7?r?• ■Wtotr ■m' vdl News-Chronicle. 7* .HHM W. MkorsaailProprietors, la Uw Caldwell, Teaas, post- i IVUY FRIDAY MORMIMO. Word* often shake our conviction , Mt aeldoaa overthrow them. AM7 man can make a speech. but the patch ia seldom the making of him. * Nobody has the right to be a critic With the exception of one's own self. After a man sees It himself he al- waya wonders what drew Buch a fool Nature supplies all her children with brains, but she can't compel them to we them. The proper means of Increasing the love we bear our native country ia to reatde some time in a foreign one. The man who has been the Wildest la hit youth cannot stand the least •Indication of the same traita In hLs *>y if í §! Í 'It does not pay to spend two thou- dollars on a two-collar boy." a western father once observed to Presi- dent Bitot of Harvard University. True! but as each boy may ticket him- self with his own value, the conclusion la just enough. pyi a n' vspsper correspondent, writing from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

TKXAMCTTBS. The reifdeece of J. D. Rlcbardeoa ,t winsburo bnrned. Loos 11600. The tireeuvllle Are department to ta have an entire eet of new rubber hoae. The «SS.000 necessary to build and m iln the Mount Pleaaant oil inlll lu Men releed. Hurglerlee heve lx*en numerous at San Antonio recently. At one place |;.:>0 wee secured. Jacksboro cotton seed oil mill hes «tnrted operation. It has a rapacity if sixty ton per «Iay. Walter Sterki-y accidentally ahot nd killed a 10-year-old Itoy nnmed I ,(>nis Yount neer Franklin. L, T. Whitlow, a hoy aged 9 yeara, VII while skating nn the lee at «ase and broke hia left arm. (Wh)ret- Phllllpa, living ten milpa from sblacr. lout hia barn and contenta by fire. Loai l~>00 no Inauraiie . C. A. Rope, tried at Italia* for the murder of Prof. Randall, waa adjudged guilty and Riven life imprisonment. Abe Behymer fell off a Texas and Pacific boxear eovered with lee rod «now near Klg Sandy and had a leg broken. Chairman Bradley of the Populist stat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

' • - ■ :■ ' V W;íí! KV* fjr'*- •/ .-,y ¡m ¡$SP > S , i ''V ■• ' ft*..' ''!:.—',, í II it was only health, we micht let it cling. But it ia a cough. One cold no sooner paaaea off before another cornea. But it'a the mom old cough all the time. Aod it'a the same: old story, loo. There ia flrat the cold, then the cough, then pneu- monia or conauntption witn tne long aickneaa, and Ufo tremb- ling in the balance. tooaeaa the graap of your cough. The oongeation of the throat ia removed; all in- ia subdued; the i aro put perfectly at reat the cough drops away. It to hang. 11 . Aysr's Cherry Pectoral Plaster of the The rehabilitation of the Baltli and Ohio South Weatern Railway will • begin as soon as the frost is out of th« ground In the spring. Just before the line went into the hands of Re- ceivers Harmon and Robinson s largo quantity of material waa purchased. ; This will be immediately delivered and uaed to the best advantage. Forty tbouaand tona of 85-pound steel ralla have been pu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

Court. PEOPLE YOU KNOW. ¿ Among other business trans- ''.y thl' comrai«i«p>oer ' ÍPE< MMP4MWe**«WPMM Janus Hill in nick this week. Trav. White it very seriously court thin week, the follow- I ing road business* was waded I through: Petition of J. W. Lauderdale to . ,i- ¡discontinue road and open up a 8! ti"* i • new one. Jury of review: J. R. p K. Reeve went to the hot-1 Lyons, J. W. Lauderdale, Wm. toni la-t week. Landolt, John Armstrong, Lewis 'l\ v. Murray is autfariiig with |ri{' thi« week tfoiner Larnkin went to New Orleans this week. Rev. J. A. Stephens was in the city a few days last week. Harry Harnett came home from Fonerville Wednesday. Mr*. Tom Rroaddua is suffer- ing with the grip this week. J. M Fagan is out again. after along and severe case of grip. K. \V. Scburenburg, of Bren- hatn. was in the cit\ Wednesday. Petition of J. W. Lauderdale to open new road. Jury of re- view: J. W. Lauderdale, J. K. Lyons, Wm. Landolt, Bead- erman and John Harkins. Petition of (ie...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

' 'i" ' ' "ATT f: : V , ¡IV • 1 * THE FARMER'S TROUBLES. Seme Causes and Their Remedies,"No. 6. ••BY GEORGE" We promised in our last to dwell on the subject of cotton in this article, and with maoy mis- giving:* we undertake to redeem that pledge. We are well aware that this is a profound question, taken from an economic stand- point, one that has engaged the thought of some of our lead- ing economists. To determine whether the gradual fall in the price which has prevailed for years is most ministered to by over-production, combinations of capital, failure of producers to pool their interests, or some other cause or causes, seems to be an esoteric question. The free sil- ver man finds the trouble with- out difficulty in the undue appre- ciation of the dollar. The mono- metalist, on the other hand, flouts this idea and sees oceans of trouble ahead for the cotton pro- ducer unless he shall have his in- terests secured on the csound money basis. Every political cliaue has an unfailing ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

Jesse W. Jenkins, The Jeweler, 11 Is now thoroughly settled down to business in his new stand in the Hudson Block, and can satisfy the most fastidious searcher alter anything in his line. His two stocks have been combined and the whole stock replenished until he now hm an ideal jewelry store.—It is lacking in nothing. (ROM COMPANY I, NISI IDUS. (ami' (.'of.ru hi a. * H*\ ana, Cuba, Feb. 2. ji treat. He also spoke of the brav- ery of the regular and volunteer * and the brave charge of the cav- alry. Colonel Grimes look as if jSpiíuiií Nkwk-í iikonki.k. he would face the devil himself. Your paper duly received, and i)ur rt.£jmcnt went through it yon may rent assured that the muster in Cuba. Accord- boys were glad to receive then ,n^ ,0 regulation, everybody had! home paper. I am glad to know tu jK, ¡n heavv marching order, that old t aldwell lias begun t<> hich means knapsack, haver-j wake up and get a nunc on her- NUC|C| canteen, blanket, poncho, self. nd I think w hen we retur...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 February 1899

I. Our New Store Is now Ready for Business. Our system of honest goods at honest prices and one price to everybody has increased our trade to such an extent that we had to hunt larger quar- ters and we now cordially invite you to visit our new store and inspect our goods, and you w ill find one of the largest stocks of goods in this part of tin- state. It stands to reason that a store that endeavors with its whole heart to give satisfaction, first, last and all the time, is bound to become the popular store of the town. We are ambitious in just that way and are seeking just such popularity—a popularity based on genuine worth and hard, cold facts. i|i I|I <$> $i ift I|I I|I t$i i|> ATTENTION, FARMERS! We wish to call to the attention of the farmers that the season is at hand for preparing another crop, and we wish to say that we are "well-fixed" in the way of goods especially adapted to the use of the farm, such as Plow Shoes, Jeans Pants. Overalls. Jumpers. Gloves. Hats. Et...

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