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

h ¿I J* I i ) / I i COUNTY OFFICERS. •T d¿re, e. E. Polly Sheriff and Tax Oollcctor, T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, G. W Akins Cler k, j. F. Hopkins Treasurer, J.J. Gerlach Attorney, B.M.Baker Assessor, Lewis Dirr Surveror, - S. L. St ranchan COMMISSIONERS. First District, Second * Third Fourth "> 44 u Samuel Polla.id G, C. Akins Geooge Simpson J. II Anderson CHURCH DIRECTORY. METIIODIST EPISCOPAL. Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. on 'the second Sunday in each month. W. A. Cooper, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. Services at 11 o'clock a. in. and 8 o'clock p. m. on the first Sunday in each month. \V. L. Harris, Pastor. BAPTIST. Services at 11 o'clock a. m and 8 p. m. on the fourth Sunday in each month. J. F. Eldkr, Pastor. UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL. Meets every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. L. M. McKnigiit, Supt. THE MAILS, Mails Daily from both north and south Post Office open even" day but Sunday from 8 o'clock a. m. till & p. m. Open Sunday from 8 to 10 a. m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 3 May 1888

- ABOUT SECOND TERMS. on l|im in his President and as a Demo- Why Mr. Cleveland Could and Would Not Kef ase a Renominate on. Mr. Cleveland does not believe in «econd terms. He does believe, how- ever, in unhesitating submission to the constitutional wilt of the majority after it has been* declared in forms pre- scribidla the copititgtiari ©r'mxdor it and not opposing it This latter belief he holds in coiftmon with all Demo- crats. Few Demócrata are ready to adopt his views against second terms. They reason that if Washington,'Jef- ferson, Madison- and Jackson served second terms. Mr. Cleveland, in view of such precedent, can afford to sacri- fice his private ¿pinion to the constitu- tional will of the majority. There is no issüé involved. Before ther^oan be an issue it must be created by discussion, and the people have not been able to see that their National in- terests would be furthered or their pri- vate rights made more secure by re- stricting Presidents to one term in office. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 3 May 1888

IW A M í 1 ¡ i |l ra i á* \ l< V y FALLING FL30ÍIS. The Second Story of a Building Gives Way With Four Hun- dred People. Two Killed and Ten Seriously Injnrcd —A Train Wrecked—Twenty Per- sons Injured. I Hi^h Water in Texas—Four Persons Drowned in Washington Territory and Three at Detroit. Bellkfontaixb, Om April 29.—At Rush- sylvania, Friday night, a school exhibition was in progress in Brockerman's Hail, in the second story oí a brick building. The hall seated about 40) people, and was crowded to its utmost capacity. Suddenly the floor gave way in the center, and the entire audience went down a distance of twenty féet. Mrs. J. E. Alexander, wife of the minister, and Miss Garwood, of Bellefontaine, were killed. Those seriously injured are: Harvey Sel- ders, both Ipgs and one arm broken with other injuries; James Johnson, badly hurt, was takeu home insensible; Mrs. Frank McCulloch, badly hurt; Mrs. Drum, sup- posed to be dying; Mrs. Waitwright, not expected to live; Walker Lewis, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 3 May 1888

A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY. Last Thursday morning in com- pany with Mr. C. H. Shaller, a rep resentative of the Cuescext entrust cd himself to the tender mercies 01 a typical Texas team and drove out over the county for an airing and a voyage of discovery. Down the river to tbe east we guided our pranciag and, at, times, kicking steeds, by road and hills and valleys of sand on all sides, the green grass alone preventing us from thinking we were in some African Sahara and we half expected to sec an Arab ol a camel rounding some gentle swell. We first came to the home of J. D. Baily who has a gool dug out, and stable built and qu ite a little patch fenced in and plowed for cultivation. Then on past the home of Mr. J. O Shaw who has a sod house, stable, corréis and garden and all things in prosperous shap3. Then farther east we passed the old place former ly owned by Doc Akins and thou turned our course up Needmure creek, passing by the home o f William Mosier. Mr. Mosier has a tine half se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 10 May 1888

i Sgte V I < \f 9l i i. vol. 1 CANADIAN, texas, thursday, may 10, 1888. NO. 28 J. W. REYNOLDS, '.Wholesale and Retail Dealer in*. FEED STUFFS, &R&INS AND SEEDS, wGENEKAL DEALER IN-w implements, wagons, harrows bakes and plows. BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS. GENERAL, AGENT FOR THE BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES. WILL DUPLICATE ANY PRICE IJV THE PAN- [ HANDLE. WRITE FOR CASE PRICES• fi^*Pays highest Cash prices For hides And Furs. MAIN STREET, • - • canadian, texas. W * '1 GERLACH BROS. & CO. (DEALERS IN) GROCERIES, DKY GOODS Grain and Flouk, > ? OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots and are prepared to give you Low Fisrires. BEFORE BtlYINS Elsewher? Call & GET^PRICES I'¿STNo Country Town, can Duplicate our pj ice CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS* All Over the Panhandle. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. The Mangum Sunday School will picnic shortly. Ochiltree has at last found water in the center of town. Far well is to have a hotel to cost $3,000 constructed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 10 May 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. VKEEMAB E. MILLEB, Editor It PaVr. PUBLISHED EVEP.V THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. Among the bills reported to the Senate on the 30th was one increasing the salary of United States distr ct judges to 15,000. The Land Forfeiture bill was briefly discussed and ^ a bill passed authorizing the sale of a tract of land in the Leavenworth military reservation to the water works company. The Internation- al Copyright bill was then debated until ad- journment Immediately upon assembl ng the House resumed consideration of the Tariff bill and debate continued during the entire day. In the Senate on May 1, at the conclusion of the morning business, Senator Stewart's Silver Coinage resolution was adopted, and the bill passed appropriating 1100,000 for a public building at Emporia. Kan. According to pre- vious notice, Senator Ingalls then ad- dressed the Senate in reply to the speech of Senator Voorhees delivered some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 10 May 1888

Sit '. THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ii \ M t ••j i k A FSEBUAS E. ISILXiEB, Editor * Pub'r. A V h it \ V PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS IF I COULD CHOOSE. 1 would not dare, though it were offered me, To plan my lot but for a single day, ^5o sure am I that all my life would be Marked with a blot, in token of my sway. JBut were it granted me this day to choose One shining bead from the world's jeweled string, T*avcr and fortune I would quick refuse, I grasp a r;cher and more costly thing. "With this brave talisman upon my breast, I could be ruler of my rebel soul; *To own this gem is to command the rest, It is the Kohinoor called Self-control! It is the wicket-gate to broad estates, To peaceful slopes and mountains blue and fair; •Calm-browed Content beyond its border waits, And even Love sits in the sunshine there. ^fo sullen faces frown upon the street, No grated windows, no grim prison walls; .No clanking chains are bound on convicts' feet, And ou xhe ear no angry discord ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 10 May 1888

—■ r— ■nraa - i |i t §1(1 ganntlixn grts<cai\T™ Published every Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR ANO PUBLISHER. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Monthf, " $1.00- Tnrusi>at, - May 10, 1888. There- are in Texas more than 25*000,000 acres of superior pu Wio lands fot sale to all actita,l settlers at from $2 00 to $4-00 an acre and on forty years' time at a■ low rate of interest- ——■ * . Perpetual motion has no running capacity equal to a tariff debate. The Texas Legislature has now been in session more than two weeks and little has been done, But as the members draw their per diem, the surplus grows beautifully less. If the Psalmist had lived in these soporific days of tariff debate, he would never have cried that man's 3ife passes away as a tale that is told. He would have k%own better. rains continue bountiful. Panhandle will produce abund ant crops wherever they are culti- v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 10 May 1888

tern i* ff 1 ■ * góúntít ÓFFICEÍ&. Judge, E. E. Polly S heriff and Tax Oollector, T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, G. VV Akins Clerk, - J. F. Hopkins Treasurer, J* J. Gerlach Attorney, B. M. Baker Assessor, Lewis Dirr Surveror, S. L. Straughan COMMISSIONERS. First District, Samuel Polla.td Second Third Fourth We warrant the O. B. and Homo ñour to give satisfaction, Geiiach Bros & Co. The grading, on the road on the north side of the bridge is about completed* Rev. W, L, Harris preached two excellent sermons here Sunday and Sunday night. Geooge Simpson J. H. Anderson CHURCH DIRECTORY. - METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. on the second Sunday in each month. W. A. Cooper Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. SOUTH. Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. ni. on the first Sunday in each month. \V. L. "Harris. Pastor. G. 0. Akins George Montgomery was over from Mobeetie Friday on a short ▼isit to friend?. Jask Montgomery was over from Mobeetie Tuesday s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 10 May 1888

Pr7 'y* ■ I'WW Jii.riiini'm" :^Wmñ ■*~i- ■ \ • Mm - v K ' * 5 . < ■ AT- ^ is HOT WOEDS. A Warm Debate in the United States Senate. The Senator From Kansas Replies to the Senator From Indiana — Crowded Galleries Listen to a Very Lively Tilt. Washington, May 2.—The Senate galleries presented an unusually animated appearance at the opening of yesterday's session, being crowded with spectators, principally ladie , drawn by the announcement of a speech by Mr. Ingalls in response to Mr. Voorhees' invective of last Wedne. day and by the prospect of a bit- ter and excited political discussion. At two o'cIock Mr. Ingalls commenced his speech by recalling the fact that July 11, last, Major-General Fiiz John Poner, now on the re- tired list, wrote a letter in which he thanked his friends and said his heart was always with them, although his hand and heart had at one time worked the best they knew how against them. The Senator from Indiana had com- plained last Wednesday with bitterness that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 10 May 1888

I > ft % •> J f * i \ IN THE DEAD OF NIGHT. A Car Load of Dynamite Explodes IToar S-iamokin With Tembló Effect. Sev^nt^on Houses Wrocked on tho Sleeping Inmates—Eight Killed and Thirty Injured. Circus Train Wrecked—Great Loss of Lifa by Eail Storms in India—Browsings on Like Erie. The engineer of the very close at the was stunued, but SifAMOKTN. Pa., Mar 7.—A freight tram on the Philadelphia 6z Reading railroad was passing through Locust Gap. six miles from this pi «ce, at eleven o'clock Saturday msrht, when a car loaded with powder ex- pi dedt killing eight people, wounding1 thirty, some seriously, burning eijrht houses, leveling four blocks to the ground and destroying twelve loaded cars. The freight train, consisting of seventy- five cars bound for Wiliiurasport, had t*>- cime disconnected by the breaking of a coupling and the engine and three cars had run h-slf a mile before the crew discovered that the train was divideJ. The first section then awaited the arrival of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 10 May 1888

." mm -'-r«i <m: < "■ y y -aa . WASHINGTON LETTER. (From oar regular correspondent.) Washington, May 7, 1888, Cleveland and Gray is a favorite ticket with a great many democrats in Congress, and at this time it looks very much as if this same ticket might be the choice oi' St. Louis Convention. New York and Indiana have always made a win- ning combination for the democrats. Tilden and Hendricks in 1870, Cleveland and Hendricks in 1884. and why not Cleveland and Gray in 1888. Secretary Whitney of the Navy Department is noted for his liber- ality. He never does anything on a small scale. On Saturday last he chartered at his own expense two special trains and carried 350 Con- gressmen, officials and newspaper men over to Philadephia to witness the launching of the first two vessels for the new Navy, the Yorktown and the Dynamite cruiser. The tariff is the absorbing theme in the House of. ^Representatives, where it will hold the right of way for the next fortnight So far revenue r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 May 1888

mm i ■ V;J.m*>^ MSgm - — - - W y ■¥ m "1 ••w—• ¥ V*.— „ÍX ... Iff? • - Á ¿syr^ s V-. '!'</*" r £**' i ^ -2 pSss^SKw .- , i;-. xy>--.*?■> :;; 8# S9p fjWljSpgSfrgg :. , t, ■ - y:.. \ . <:" ■ #• y ■ "; * - iji||| Mb '■' *s if' lb ij ¿1 j I fi I i r j ■ m I t & I ( f - li gBggg Üf H? ii VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1888. NO. 29 J. W. REYNOLDS, ¡Wholesale and Retail Dealer in:—— FEED STUFFS, G-RñINS AND SEEDS. w-GENEKAL DEALER IN-w IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS, HARROWS RAKES AND PLOWS. BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS. GENERAL, AGENT FOR THE BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES. WILL DUPLICATE ANY PRICE IN THE PAN- HANDLE- WRITE FOR CASE PRICES• ífé^Pays highest Cash prices For hides And Furs. MAIN STREET, - - - CANADIAN, TEXAS. All Over the Panhandle. PACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED PROM OUR EXCHANGES. A new depot will soon Deoull tat Wash- burn. THE DIFFERENCE There has been, and will be, much discussion as to which is best and cheapest to buy-a watered section at $3 per acre In other words, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 May 1888

MU X, ¿, Jt ■T'* • f r ' •?•* * :"f IPw ^OF^¥z " '-""iCT v <• THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. K E. MtLLEB, Editor ft Pub's; publisiied evekt thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS THE WORLD AT LARGE Summary of the Dally News. CONGRESS* After the transaction of business of minor importance in the Senat on the 7th the Railroad I^and Forfeiture bilA was further dis- cussed but was laid aside and the Animal In- dustry Bureau bill debated until adjournment. In executive session the Chinese treaty was rati- fied and the Fisheries treaty reported adversely. In the House a bill was introduced to erect at Washington a statue to the memory of Gen- eral Hancock; also a bill by Mr. Plumb, of Illinois, direction the Secretary of the Treasury to Jse money in the treasury for the paymént of bonds at par and accrued interest. On motion of Mr. Blanchard, of Lousiama, the rules were suspen -ed and the River and Harbor bill passed by a vote of 161 yeas to 69 nays, there being a number of pairs. A message was receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 May 1888

:í ■ i fC. -i BBSágmlfc * ' y ■ ' 1 rj' ;* I' >v r 0 Y THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. niziui E. MILLER, Edito ft Pub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. «NESTING-TIME. f - Robin with his breast oí ñame Pipes up in the apple tree: 44 Dear old boughs, you're still the sane, In your arms our nest shall be!" Rob n and his gentle mate Rustle down the sunlit breeze; ** Nesting-time will never wait; Work," pipes he, "then take our ease! A wee thread here, a wee straw there, And now a tiny leather; And that's a nest, all snug and fair, For any kind of weather!" Robin, from his airy perch. Sees the storm that gathers nigh; Chilly winds, with eager search, Into nooks and crannies pry, Toss the tree tops in delight— All things on their way molest; Robin sees them in their flight Tear apart his pretty nest! A wee thread here, a wee straw there, And now a tiny feather; Alas, the nest so snug and fair, For any kind of weather! Robin pipes unto his mate: "Storms like this will soon be pas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 May 1888

w Igwf - —- - I s. > A"'-- - jHEaíwK^S^I;/v5-*-.• ~¿sSBBG i ! gJJ/^ (j^nnxdinn tárese cut Published every Thursday Morning: FREEMAN. E. AND PUBLISHER. Kn'.creil at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as sccond class matter. Terms of Subscription: 'One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " S1-00, May 17, 1888. thursday, - It is now seriously prtpoétod to use th - íaatioAai surplus in coa- stiucUag a Vast system of reservoirs in the rnou itaiu regions ia which to store up the rain which falls at certain seasons, for irrigation pur- poses during the dry periods. This, it is claimed, would also prevent, the over-flowing of the targe rivers during the spring months, which do so much damage Them aw in, Texas move thÍ,í 3o,000.000 acres of .superior pul>Uc lands foi sale to all actual settlers at, 'from $2-00 to $Jf-00 an acre and on fort.U iwars' tune at a low rate of interest- The do" lias crawled out ol the manger. Is "Public Patronage for Public Polls," the motto of the commiss- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 May 1888

. ••• *¿- <• M ■ •'- - ■ JM r V re 1 COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge, Síieria* and Tax Collector, Deputy Sheriff, Clerk, T reasurer, Attorney, Assessor, Surveror, COMMISSIONERS. Fir-it District) Samuel Polla-id Second " G, C. Akins Third 44 GeoVge Simpson Fourth 44 J. II. Anderson E. E. Polly T. T. McGee G. W Akins J, F. IIopkins J.J. Gerlaeh B. M. Baker Lewis Dirr W. S. Decker CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. S r*ic&? nt 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. in* on the second Sunday in each month. W. A. Cooper. Pastor. METIIODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. on the lirst Sunday in each month. W. L. Harms. Pastor. Rev, Harvey Webb, Methodist presiding Elder, will visit Canadian on Tuesday, June 19th. * 9 Mrs. M. W. Hays and Miss Min nie Edwards of the Springer ranch were in town yesterday. Trains have been numerous ©ver the road during the last few days and traSc seems to be lively. F. E. Miller will write your ap- plication for school land at t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 May 1888

/ <S .x'" #v;.■*"**-' *£'" • i- ■ \ QUANTRILL, THE GUERILLA. *1110 Mother of the Noted Ifnnhwhacker Given a Keeeptlon at Blue Springs. Kansas City, Mo., May 13.—There was a «Hall but seleci gathering of parsons of both sexes yesterday in the little town oí Blue Springs* in this county, such as has not been seen fince the days when civil war reigned throughout a section of the Union. The occasion was the visit of Mrs. Caroline C. Quantrill, the mother of Wil- liam Clark Quantrill, the most noted guer- rilla of mouern times. In response to a published ravitation a number of bis men- at-arms assembled in the City Hotel in Blue Springs to meet for the first time the mother of their chieftain. At the informal reception given Mrs. Quantrill, who is a well preserved, pleas- ant appearing lady of sixty-eight years of age, in the parlors of the hotel, at Blue Springs, yesterday, were the following members of Quantrill' band: A. J. Walit- or, Lee beelc. Mo.; J. H cks George, Oak Grove, Mo....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 May 1888

m. f: .í ' y '- y, M■■. \ *v Wiw< V * if %\ Se • I f . / í if I I In un r 8- i V \ Y . i vf., SUBMERGED. Miles of Land TJndor Water Above St. Louis—Grave Apprehen- sions. The Rod R/ver Doing: Great Damage In Arkansas—A Ntunber of People Drowned. Diss ton'8 Saw Works Burned—Railroad Accidents—01 Tanks on Fire—Other Mishaps. i- St. Louis, May 14.—Yesterday morning the levoe south of Alexandria, Mo., broko in several places ami vast volumes of water be^an pouring into the tovrn. A spasmodic attempt was mad« to check the fli.w, but within a few minutes the laborers quit and accepted the inevitable. It require i le3 th; n an hour's time to inundate the entire town, which is covered with water from two to six feet, submerging almost every foot of ground. At that point the Missis- sippi is fuliy seven miles wide, and within the range of vision one vast expanse of water greets the eye. The area of ¿arming land in the Missouri bottoms that is sub- merge I is estimated at 75,00) acres, and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 May 1888

¡gig WASHINGTON LETTER. (From o*r regular correspondent.) Washington, May 14, 1888, Speaker Carlisle and the members of the House Committee on rules, (with the exception of Mr. Randall, who is confined to Ms room with an attack of rheumatism,) held a long consultation Saturday on the order of business before the House. They decided that no day would be designated for the consideration of any other measere until the general debate on the Mills tariff was con- cluded. If no interruption shall occur it will close to-morrow, Tues- day the fifteenth, inst. Then it is thought some appropriation bills will be taken up and passed, before the debate on sections of the bills begins. The democratic members of the House are to hold a caucus TV edaes day evening for the purpose of dis cussing and deciding what amend- ments shall be accepted to the Mills bill. An offort will be made to get all of the democrats into this caucus, but is very doubtful whether those members who represent protection d...

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