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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 January 1888

n- ({:•" U - ir.nQ :;-M i6 loHtf S&r': t^7 sday. jan. 5, 1888. vol. 1 To Settlers. If you have settled on one or more sections :v \ SCHOOL LAND and want to nart with a portion put it with MILLER &TBURENKY CANADIAN, TEX. County Officers. Judge. : : : E. E. Poli.y Sheriff, : : : t. T. McGjce Clerk, : : J. H. Hopkins IWsuier, : J. J. Gerlach Attorney, : : B. M. Baker Assessor, : : : H. E. Sidxrs Surveyor, : s. L. Straughan j ijy oar q commissioners. |b. k. Herringto 1st District, : Sam'l Pollahd 2nd H : G. c. Akins •rd *• : Jko. Anderson 4th " : : Geo'Simpson District Judge, " Attorney, Frank Willi L D. Miller ■ I I I -) at (- W. P.BRYAN'S • - i Board and Lodging for all who de sire cheap accommodations. CANADIAN, - TEXAS. The Prairie for Trees Trees are the great need of the prai- ries, for shelter, fuel, fruit, and farm use. Nothing can beautify mir coun- try half so mnch as timber. Nothing can be so useful.' This want of timber is no fault of the'8oil,*as many have l>roTe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 January 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ~ ' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN, - TEXAS. LOFTIN &. BLAKENEY. Publishers. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of th© Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTES. The Baltimore iron works are six months behind their contract on gunboat No. 2 for the Government. The Inter-State Commerce Commission recommends further legislation to bring express companies fairly within the law. Indian Agent Gray, of the Crow agency, who resigned recently, has written Secre- tary Lamar asking leave to withdraw his resignation. The President and party returned to Washington on the 28th from attending the funeral of ex-Secretary Manning at Al- bany, N. Y. The President has signed the commis- sions of Secretary Fairchild and Ministers Bay less W. Hanna and Alexander K. Law* ton. /. A dispatch from Washington says; Oklahoma comes to the front this session with well-known pertinacity, and bills have already been prepared for introduction in the House and Senate providing for the speedy opening t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 January 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. published every thursday AT CANADIAN, - TJEXAS. LOFTIN Si. BLAKENEY. Publish^ro. EE AT THE WINDOW. O, be at the window, darling. While the sun is sinking low, For after a day of labor My steps are tired and slow; And the way is long and rugged To our little h llside-home; I like to know you're watching And glad to see me come. From way down in the valley I watch our window, dear; And when I see your figure It fills my heart with cheer; And the road seems not so rugged, The hill seems not so steep, When at the cottage window Your loving watch you keep. And when you see me coming, O, v( ave your kerchief white. And I shall know, my darling, That all Is safe and right; And when I hurry nearer, And see your pretty face, It seems to me its happy smile Like sunshine lights the place. Then come to the door, my dear one. And meet me with a kiss; Earth knows no greater happiness Than meetings such as this. ' And through a day of toiling, The burden teems more light, Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 January 1888

iriWiiniiihinr "r- i 0/amclan $resccut. ^Published fevery Thursday Morning, Lomx & Blakexky. Publisher*. \ F. E. Millek, R. Q. Bl.AKF.XEY, Entered :ft 14ro- "|)o?t oftice at Canadian ^l'eKJKsns second class matter. 'SlYiuis or SuBsciurriox: 'One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, '' $1.00. Thvrsday, January 5, 18SS There are in Texas more limn 26,000,000 acres of superior public laJ/d? for sale to all actual set lers at from $2 00 to $4-00 an acre anid, on forty T/oars' time at <i low Tate of interest- Tbe more snow, the greater crops* The liarder the winter, the raorts l<* eeand fertile will be the soil in fcfce spring. If yon desire to reach the people of the Panhandle in your trade, ad ■vertise in the Crescent. "We need a Postal Money Order office Tit this place. Our post office i . <fo*iEg a lorge business and can support aM. O B. departrneat. We need only one or two warm ••days for business to pick up and callow what can be done and when ^Springcomes business wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 January 1888

mmm m Corrsspanisnce. WASHITA VALLEY. "Washita Valley, Dec, 27. 18S7 E.litor Crescent. The first service was held in the hew church last sabbath. The lihiirCllj U dearly 'completed, J is a neat house, and would be 4 credit to a community, much larger than tha Washita- A Christmas tree was given the evening of 24th inst. at the ehurch which was well atten- ded) all present enjoyed the occasion especially the little An entertainment was givxm on Monday by the Sunday school, sev- eral appropiate cssaj's and declama- tions tfettj Well rendered and equally as well enjoyed by th* ilu; dience. The pastor Rev. W. L. Harris is confined to his room by rheumatism, will be unable to meet his appoint- ment regularly probaly for some tir>.e. Stock arc doing well on the range so far,though there has bften some very cold weather atteaeded with sttott. The bitiSfcaS ih tliiS jl.trt of thb county would like to s6e a bridge across the Canadian but are not in favor of the county assuming the the res...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 January 1888

NATIONAL AFFAIRS. "The Speaker's Task in Arranfftnc Commit- tees—Oklahoma to the Front—Australian Wool—The Fisheries Commission. Washington, Dec. 30.—Speaker Carlisle *vas at the capital yesterday working on *1 is,committee list. Ho has a purpose in •the construction of the committees beyond rthe mere placing of members where they would like to be, and causing a degree of •satisfaction by the result. The real ques- tion that presents itself is how each com- •mittee can be constructed so as to accom- plish or defeat certain things. The Speaker fcas absolute power in this, and can name whom he wants for any committee, but he fcas to Select from the material before him, end it is that which annoys him more than the pressure and. influence of individual members. He has found but little difficulty in getting the material he desired for the Ways and Means Committee and Appropria- tions Committee,- but some of the less im- portant committees are giving him more .trouble. .. . The State Dep...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 January 1888

RAILROAD DISASTERS. The Mistake of a Conductor Leads to a Terrible Disaster on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad in Ken- tucky—List of Killed and In- jured. An Equally Fatal Accident on tlie New York, Pennsylvania & Ohio Near Meadville, Pa. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 2.—The collision on the Cincinnati Southern railroad, one mile south of Greenwood, Ky., Saturday, occurred on a sixty-foot embankment, mid- way betwe|ii tunnels seven and eight, and the following were the victims: Lee With- row, bnggagemaster, Ludlow, Kyn head crushed and Ihroat cut with an iron bar. James Severance, postal clerk, Stanford, Ky., concussion of the brain; died. T. Caradee, fireman, Chattanooga, Tenn., thrown on top of the fire box of tram No. I and the contents of the fire box of train No. 3 emptied, on him, burning his body to a crisp. Lawrence' Callahan. baggage- master, Ludlow, Ky., body crushed under the smoker. W. B. Powell, express mes- senger, Madisotiville, O., crushed under the wreck. Miss Jessie Gr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 January 1888

- • ft'i'in newspapers We offer the fallowing elub rates to subscribers of the Cbmscitnt : ONE BOTH Live Stock Indicator Times, Kansas City Mo. Republican Republican, daily Globe-Democrat, weekly 1 i)[) 1 00 1 00 8 00 1 00 2 Ut 2 4? 1 4i 9 01 2 4* 11 51 9 0( 2 50 11 00 2 4( 10 00 11 0 1 1 25 2 60 Globe Democrat, daily 11 00 Wichita Eagle, daily 8 00 u weekly. 1 50 Gazette, Ft. Worth, da 10 00 « " weekly 100 News, Dallas, daily " weekly - Tex. Live Stock Journal Tex. Farm and Ranch Scribner's Magazine - Century Magazine - Christian Advocate, Nas Frank Leslie's Monthly Harper's Weekly Monthly - " Young People Peterson's Magazine - If the paper or magazine you want is.not - in the above list let us Know what is wanted and we'll supply you. Call at Crescent office or address, PUBLISHERS CRESCENT, Canadian, Texas 75 1 00 3 00 4 00 200 3 00 400 4 00 2 00 200 2 10 2 40 4 25 5 30 3 45 4 4t 5 40 5 25 3 4< 3 4 F. H. SNIDER, Insurance, Seal Estate AND COLLECTING AGENT Main Street, " Canadia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 January 1888

V :?;vZ: &■ HP Ijft ,.A? 1 ' i | •.-«*-* ■ •: f &w*&¿ u ]• tig! ' Í, ■■•'*( ff>. ; i ■ • • - •-•; • -' 5 ' ' %:*?■ '&!£ ü >:íí r fSRr/ HlÉ Si *" ¿1 tWm. mgm ■ • ^ a ■ " v«i mz ©Wi ^-;^r ; ..: v": pM ' • <:•' .. : - ••-^^<3aafe¿& •^K¿: -• ¡j., : r «- I i '■*" *J. * f '.' l \ r I 3 VOL. 1 To Settlers. canadian, texas, thursday, jan. 20, 1888. NO. 13 é County Officers. If you have settled on one or pore sections SCHOOL LAND and want to part with, a uortion pi ; it with Judge. : : : E. E. Polly Sheriff, : : : T. T. McGee Clerk, : : J. H. Hopkins Treasuier, : : J. J. Gerlach Attorney, : : B. M. Baker Assessor, : : : II. E. Siders Surveyor, : S. L. Straughan COMMISSIONERS. 1st District, : Sam'l Pollard ¡ 2nd " I : G. C. Akins 3rd '• Jno. Anderson 4th " : : Geo. Simpson District Judge, : Frank Willis " Attorney, : L D. Miller MILLER & ■3UKE8SY CANADIAN, TEX. :-;CHEAP LODGING: COURT TER83S. Commissioners Court meets 2nd Monday in FebruarjT. County Court m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 January 1888

-.'• . ••-., -r , • • . _ . • : ' ' ' . .'■ r- m # ■ '■? V igpi 5 f * > J THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. pubusrid xtbby thubsday a* CANADIAN, - TEXAS. . LO FT IN & BLAKENEY, Publishers. THE WORLD AT 1AK8E. Summary of the Daily Newa ■sr CON6SE8& Iw the Senate on the 16th but little was done in open session except reports of commit- tees and the introduction of bills. At the ex- piration of the morning hour on motion of Mr. Riddleberger the Senate went into executive session and immediately took up the nomina- tion of L. Q. C. Lamar to be Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. When a vote was reached Mr. Lamar was confirmed by a rote of 32 to 23, those not voting being paired. The nomina- tions of W. P. Vilas to be Secretary of the In- terior and Donald M. Dickinson to be Post- master-General, were also confirmed. At the elose of the executive session the Senate ad- journed.... In the House, Mr. Dingley's resolu- tion calling for information relative to discrim- ination in tolls a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 January 1888

tmm / ^ THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. Ti i I I s I 51 I I I > \ i h ii PUBLISHED EVEBT THURSDAY AT CANADIAN, - TEXAS- 9 LOFTIN A BLAKENEY. Publishers. ni J THAT GENTLE BOSTON MAN. •I An Idyl of Oregon. Two w«bfoot brothers loved a fair Young lady, rich and good to see; And oh, her black abundant hair! And oh, her wondrous witchery! Her father kept a cattle farm: These brothers kept her safe from harm: Prom harm of cattle on the hill: From thick-necked bulls loud bellowing 'The live-long morning, loud and shrJL, And lashing sides like any thing; From roaring bulls that tossed the sand And pawed the lilies from the land. "There came a third young man. He came From far and famous Boston town. He was not handsome, was not game, But he could cook (ia goose*1 as brown As any man that set foot on The sunlit shores of Oregon. e 'This Boston m*n he taught the school, Taught gentleness and love alway; Said love and kindness, as a rule. Would ultimately make it pay. He was so gentle, kind, that he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 January 1888

rz. fféí iM<&, . ■ • - if: -j—Hi - • ' í, , - V?¿V . -•■/■- -..." Í . • Msk** -•■ v-' •:•• > 3|3a ' • f . _*- • W-.: rtntmL Published every Thursday Morning By F. T. LOFT1N. Entered at the post office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, " $1.00. Tkchsday, January 2C, 188S Thar6 are in Texas more thnn 25,000,000 acres of superior public lands for sale to all actual settlers at from $200 to $Jf-00 an acre and, o-n forty years' time at //. low rate of interest■ The men who are putting up ice .now will reap a handsome reward in the summer. If Dakota is admitted as a state we want it understood that she shall pen up her blizzards at home. The eloquent, speech of our popu jar townsman .Mr. L E. Finch at the emigration society made us dream of parlor <«ars and sleepers on the Kiowa extension of the Santa Fe. But we came baca. to .earth again. Panhandle I mmigration Heating. We mentioned the fact some time _...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 January 1888

J J Á m.' I y J srasaas® fflf V • | Wi ^ ^ - .. . - •;• -v. E apKiW ■ i CorasponcUnea. i r WASHINGTON LETTER. I1 rom our Regular correspondent Washington, Jan. 1G, 1883, iJiuiog the past w<?ekj a rather impressive Scene Was witnessed in the Senate, when Wiq. E. Chandler, who, by reason of his notorious connection with the Hayes and ii.den campaign, is a living monu- ment of the purity of elections, stood forth as the champion of a free ballot and a fair count in the South. A few years ago, when Jay A. Ilub- bell, then in thd House, was distrib utiflg the Republican corruption iund to carry Indiana, a speech from sum ol eight dollars per month, and there Í3 a probability that such á * moderate measure may become £ law. The Tho&e-Carlisle contested election case, as was apparent from the beginning, has completely col- lapsed, the report of the Committee 1 on Elections being practical]}' unan- imous in favor of the speakers right to his seat. Among; the afli- davits filed was on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 January 1888

---«értrw*" • W***sm m <inn ' t ^'-"ní-fr¡¡w juii^r jjj|g£g^^^v.49útfetfi*ak;- - j& ¿ -v.: _ —-W— ^t,..,,^., , - ••-•• ' • ?¿:' ¿yy rJ "r'- '¿r '*■'■■ ;i ■ . • -t^ • ¿ík -r' ® Tv •—y- • X SPECIAL MESSAGE. fhe President Sends a Special Message to Congress on the Pacific Railroads Inves- tigation. Washington, Jan- 18.—The following is •the President's message transmitted to 'Congress on the Pacific railroad investiga- tion: To Che Senate and House of Representatives: On March 3 last an act was passed authoriz- ing the appointment of three Commissioners who should investigate the affairs of such rail- roads as have grants of land from the United States Government. The Commissioners, immediately after their «lection, entered upon the dis harge of their duties and hare prosecuted their inquiries with Intelligence and thoroughness. A large amount of testimony has been taken and ail the facts have been developed which appear to be neces- sary for the consideration of the questions a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 January 1888

4 % ACCEPTED BY THE POPE. If- k I 1 ) } \ / \ f 4 i Tli© President's Gift of a Copy oi the Constitution Delivered by \ Archbishop Ryan, of Philadelphia, tP the Pope—Felicitations on the Event. I The Pope Mindful of the Especial Lore He Bean Toward the United States. LENGTH OF DAYS. Rome, Jan. 23.-—The gift of President Cleveland to Pope Leo XIII. was presented to him Saturday afternoon in the throne room of the Vatican by the American dele- gation. Archbishop Ryan, of Philadel- phia, in presenting the bound copy of the Constitution of the United States, said: "Holt Father: We feel most honored and happy in being selected to present to your Hoiiness this gift, expressive of the veneration and falicitation of his Excel- lency, the President of the United States of America, upon the occasion of the auspicious jubilee of your Holiness' en trance into the sacred priesthood. It is a tribute paid your Holiness by tho ruler of &),000,000 of freemen; a ruler selected by them who feels de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 January 1888

\t It newspapers We offer the following elub rates to subscribers of the Crescent: one both 1 50 2 90 1 00 1 00 8 00 2 45 2 40 9 00 2 45 Live Stock Indicator Times, Kansas City - Mo. Republican Republican, daily Globe Democrat, weekly i oy Globe Democrat, daily 11 00 11 oU Wichita Éagle. daily 8 00 9 00 ft weekly 1 *->0 2 «>0 Gazette, Ft. Worth, da 10 CO 11 00 4 u weekly 100 140 News, Dallas, daily - 10 00 11 00 " weekly - 1 2*> Tex. Live Stock Journal 75 Tex. Farm and Ranch 1 00 Scribner's Magazine - 3 00 Century Magazine - £ 00 Christian Advocate, Nas 2 00 Frank Leslie's Monthly Harper's Weekly Monthly u Young People Peterson's Magazine - J f the paper or magazine you want is not j - - in the above list let us know what is wanted and we 11 supply \ ou. Call at Crescent oilice or address, PUBLISHERS CRESCENT, Canadian, Texas f7h. snider, Insurance, Real Estate AND COLLECTING AGENT LAW FOR TRAVELERS 3 00 4 00 i 00 2 00 2 00 2 69 2 10 •2 40 4 25 5 30 3 45 4 40 5 40 5 25 3 40...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 February 1888

wí mW:: ' ?a«s m! fféÉA kssnjé P¡ü •p'.: \ ■- - ' ' * ( % ■ VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY; FEB* 23, 1888. NO. 17 L. E. Fixch, President ¿Henry Hamburg, Vice-Pres . F. s. Lord, Oshier THE TRADERS BANK, OF CANADIAN,'.TEXAS. CAPITAL STOCK, - - - - 850,000. I : i 0 TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ¡I - ■ ■ ' i O COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE AND REMITTED. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. The Only Bank doing an exclusive banking business in the Panhandle. / The interests of customers are close; * guarded, and every facility compatable with i principles of souii : banking freely extended. Correspondent : National Park ]■ ink of New York, National Bank of Kansas 4- City, Mo., Merchants' and Planters' Rational Bank, Sherman, Texas. i!rectors: HENRY HAMBURG, JUDGE FRANK WILLIS, ROBERT MOODY, L. E. FINCH, O. II. NELSON, ERED S. LORD. GERLACH BROS. & CO. (DEALERS IN) ) GROCERIES, DRY GOODS O rain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND EATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 February 1888

"ásaa WM im mm m&mm W:~~ ¿ií"' Wmm - ¡H SB •', ¿ÍSB^ ÉSlR §3fi K^L üi TlPr v imm THE SNELL MURDER. The Scapegrace Son of a Wealthy Citizen Supposed to be the Guilty Party—Heavy Reward for his Capture. Chicago Feb. 18.—Startling positive statements were in circulation last evening that the murderer of Millionaire A. J. Snell woo Id be arrested within forty-six hours, and that the assassin was not a common burglar but the son of wealthy parents re- siding in the immediate vicinity of the dead millionaire. Apparently strong declara- tions were heard that the police had evi- dence that would hang the murderer. Some went so far as to mention the name of the person to be arretted, asd seemed to have good reason for saying it was not that of any one heard of publicly in this connec- tion up to last night. All the evening re- porters were on the alert, and cabs were dashing about the city from the newspa- per offices and the central station, but the rumors notwithstanding their circumst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 February 1888

. * --v T.v . - /• y« . %. ?; -A: r ? *. > 'i 1 ' !>?.' Si ? ' *? ' v* v -- ,> -i t Vi ..- $T. rS*í~V- ■' - * , - - "s$ :*•.-■ •'• % .5?P§ l¿. '* í * " i ■' , . ' * . %% I,- ? | .< • : • § % , ■-■ ¿ • : iJf - v ... . .. ¿ .. m m ■X «?! bmm .. • > - .3É íT1 - TERRIBLE. <i9S¿ m '*&s£. £W3£: WmM' i-T - P¿v y ) t : * M < A Tornado Strikes Mount Vernon, HL, Destroying Half the Buildings. The Killed and Injnred Number Hun- dreds—Fire Adda to the Horror. Help Urgently Needed—The Btonn Said to be Widespread—Incalculable Damage Done. Chicago, Feb. 20.—a dispatch was re- ceived here last night that a cyclone had struck Mount Vernon, I1L, virtually de- stroyed it, killing at least thirty-eight per- sons and injuring many more. Mount Ver- non is situated in the southern part of the State, about sixty miles east Of St* Louis, in almost,a direct line. A dispatch from Evansvillé, Ind., says that over one hundred persons were killed ^n the cyclone at Mount Vernon, 111. Tele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 February 1888

\ i ill i Hi r * In m '-.I (Üanadian $r$8qeut. Published every Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, E0IT0R AND PUBLISHER. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription : One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " $1Q0- Thursday, • * Fjsbrdabt 23, 1888. There are in Texas more than 25,000,000 aeras of superior public lands for sale to all actual settlers at from $2-00 to $4-00 anacre and on forty years' time at a low rate of interest■ TO THE PUBLIC, With this issue of the Crescent the undersigned assumes sole and exclusive control ot its editorial and business management. Having been more or less intimately con- nected with the publication since its first inception^ my new relation will cause no change whatever in its policy, politics and principles and its well-known position on all public questions will continue as before. Pleadging my best efforts and energies to tbe public and hoping for a liberal patronage from all desiring a gobd pa...

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