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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 May 1888

35- '■ Jr ~ ' t ; • '! * r^-., - ■•*. - -.?-. Wiis #. Wj^ggp J", ¿¿Sr. 4: • kiB ^ - v. .\ .a*- V *uv i - ••' >• * " > #s-,>v:;-.v,-^ Vr Jg ' " ' |: • ••■' ¡r WrM <*■: - W-r m r* V >t VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 24, 1888. no. 30 I If ii J. W. REYNOLDS, :Wholesale and Retail Dealer in: FEED STUFFS, GRAINS UN El SEEDS. ' «-wGBNIilAL DEALBR IN-v- 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 All Over thelPanhandle. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FB.OM OUR XZCBAVOSS. ?*ys highest Cash priccs For hides And Fun. MAIN STREET, • - • CANADIAN, TEXAS. 25 I! K í¿ i' i i i GERLACH BROS. & CO. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DHY GOODS Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots and are prepared to give yon Low Fis: ires. BEFORE BJYIN3 Elsewhere Call' & GET PRICES Cóuntm Town can Duplicate our pi ic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 May 1888

*p~ % 1 *r*- Sfa HP: m ms ... .. • '.- "V" -. • -. . T.j 'T,; ■■' *•:.•. fü 1 THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. E. MULES, Editor ft Pnb'r. & ■ \[ I t ■ I B h- f 1 1 ■} 8 f M PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Newa CONGRESS* In the Senate on tbe 14th Mr. Stewart introduced a bill to amend the Constitution so as to only require a majority, instead of two- thirds, vote to override a veto. Senator Hoar, from the Committee on Elections, made a re- port in the case of Mr. Turpie, of Indiana, ■which confirms Mr. Turpie in his seat. The report was unanimous. Senator Vest offered a resolution for a committee of five to investigate the meat product of the United States and if there exists a combination to control prices. The House bill making an appropriation to ena- ble certain departments to participate in the centennial exposition at Cincinnati from July to October was amended and passed. The Animal Industry bill came up as unfinished business, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 May 1888

-• -- , i. t, •• / I ^a-4& W ^Sk - ív">í¿- ':*<¿V V ,4*'; < * -. - . -. •• - • ' .. -..' :. . • ; ■ - , * •.: ;. '• ' ' 'v , •: g. f - r^^WfairTj fir , >■! f 11 14- I *ftf \ ) i J i •- 1 j-2'k jfe&- áé¿ 'St-- "'"• Mt ''i- - MEMORIAL DAY. [Written for This Paper.] 1 E dock your graves with flowers, to- day, O comrades brave and true! In token of the love we bear, Our offerings round we strew. Upon your country's altar dear, Your lives were freely paid- in sacrifice to Freedom's cause. The ransom price was paid! Tne blessings which your ardor bought Breathe in the balmy May, And hallow with a chastened glow The grandeur of the day. The halo which around you shines Shall, as the years go by, Add luster to the deeds, which in Our memories fondly lie. We deck your graves with flowers, to-day, O comrades brave and true! In token of the love we bear, Our offerings round we strew. Henky a. Lavely. ACROSS THE GRAVE. Hate Wilton's Loyal Love—A Me- morial Day Story. I I [Wr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 May 1888

/ • -V f \ I f '.IS i i \ I • I V i *1 I K ($1f$ (¡¿anadian §j¡n8qm* Published every Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR ASP PUBLISHER. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian T#xa*, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, " $1.00- cannot too soon alleviate such a condition of affairs by passing some measure to pat law over this den of blue beards. a democratic journal* TliCKSDAY, - May 24, 18S8. There are in Texas more than 2o->000,000 acres of superior publio lands for sale to all actual settlers at from $2-00 to $Jf-00 anacre and, on forty yours' time at a, low rate of interest' - i. , __ Mtt The candidate yet languisheth in obscurity and bideth his time with exceeding bashfulnes3. The Texas legislature adjourned on Tuesday of last week, and the people once more breatlie thankful ness that things are no worse. The Oklahoma bill has been put in its little bed and under the in- fluence of the soporific tariff debate is likel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 May 1888

V-SZ-X I i i fjl I íf ! y i- mm? wm~M; .. ... . j^g^gjg|fe£a <é ¡1 ■■ ^- ■ fp ■ m ■SI ?.t • . «•. •' 3& «teJfcs SI T:í' ~V; | , / . < '. * sv; •&■-:. " ^ " .- - "■ K ? % x ^ I?* V" ' V , " - *..< * t -'• • wjm ■:■'■ ■- í %* " I iPIl fF X X 3 ,-" - - He « • « •■' * .• ?v «• - -* COUNTY OFFICERS. JudSe> E. E. Polly Sheriff and Tax Collector, T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, G. VV Akins Clerk, J.F.Hopkins Treasurer, J. J. Gerlack Attorney, B. M. Baker Assessor, Lewis Dirr ¿3 u r vero r, W, S. Decker COMMISSIONERS. First District, Samuel Pollajd Second u G. C. Akins Third '* George Simpson Fourth " J. H. Anderson CHURCH DIRECTORY. %ocal Ham graphs, -Local Items Calculated to Amuse, Instruct and Entertain our Readers. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m, on the second Sunday in each month. W. A. CooriHt, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. on the lirst Sunday in each month. W. L. Harris^ Vast...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 May 1888

\ nm THE SNY LEVEE BREAK. i í m I 3ÜÜS The Work of Tearg Destroyeil by tlie I ®" shitless Force of the Mighty Waters- Thousands of Acres of Growing Crops Washed Out — Railroad Tracks in l>anger—Many Families Driven From Their Homes. Louisiana, Mom May 15.—The great break in the Sny levee continues to grow "wider, and the mighty Mississippi con- tinues to pour its merciless waters into the fertile basin known as the t4Sny Bot- tom", wrecking homes and destroying the toil of many years. The break occurred ■at about the center of the levee, so that the upper portion will be comparatively uninjured. All day yesterday the crack of the whip and the calls of the horsemen could be heard all over this portion of the bottom as they galloped after the flocks and herds quietly grazing in the green pastures, entirely oblivious of the im- pending danger. The greater portion of the cattle were driven to the bluffs, while at least a thousand head were brought to this side on the steam ferry-boat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 May 1888

m . .x ¡ PgaareSS -$£*.■ IP-'. W1 * - M } H > f s -, ff: i MANY MISHAPS. Disastrous Fire at Harrisonville— Thirty Vessels Ice-Bound in the Lake. Fires at Boonville and Marshall— Younjf Lady Fatally Burned—Rail- road Collision. The Mississippi Floods—Aged Woman and Three Children Burned—Conflagration in Austrian-Poland, * ¿Sfesffis A Jolting on the Rail Grievously disturbs the stomach of Invalid travelers. The motion of the ship and vi- bration of the screw in crossing the ocean does the like for many in good health. All travelers should have, as a companion, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which fortifies and regulates the stomach and bowels, coun- teracts hurtful influences of climate and changes of temnerature, and is a sovereign remedy for mafarial, rheumatic and kidney ailments. • A walking-stick may be described aa "the old man's strength and the young man's weakness," and an umbrella as 44 a fair and foul weather friend who has had many ui>s and downs in the world." Harriso...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 May 1888

m Wrm \y A ►fíjSp A -m r - 5 5 / * - * f /^. WASHINGTON LETTER. (From omr. regular correspondent.) glorious , Washington, May 21,1888 Mr. Cleveland is in a good humor these bright spring day3^ and he has gooú cause to be, for no document in the history ot this Government has had such good and immediate effect upon the peo- ple of the country'as did hi eel- ebrated message to Congress urging revenue reform. It is not yet six months since that message was sent to Congress, and insteád of the democratic partj being torn to flinders as the croatera division on any of the above meas- ures except the copyright bill and only ten Senators voted against it. One of the ablest speeches yet made oa the tariff was on Friday last by Congressman Scott, the millionaire of Erie, Pennsylrania. Mr. Scott is a member of the Ways and Means Committee; a confiden tial friend of the President, and the owner of large coal mines and iron manufactories. For these different reasons his spcech was attentively h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 May 1888

WW{^1 -■- . ■ . •••• ' r - •„ - ; . •->'• •:,{. Mífef ■>/. a 1 ' ft* ££ I " - * - ¿ W&W£:-' . ■ ;í*.' "°l i y£ - : ■ V ; , VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAT 31, 1888. ; A J. W. REYNOLDS, —:Wholesale and Retail Dealer in: FEED STUFFS, GRAINS AND SEEDS, OEXEKAL DXA1J11 IS-w IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS, HARROWS RAKES AND PLOWS. BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS. GENERAL AGENT FOR THE BUC£EYE MOWING MACHINES. WILL DUPLICATE ANY PRICE IN THE PAN- HANDLE. WRITE J 'OR CASH PRICES• All Over the Panhandle. - FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. THE GLORIOUS 4TK! :iys highest Cash prices For liUles /.ad Fur . MAIN STREET, • - * CANADIAN, TEXAS. = 1 ) r<- j Amurillo want* to build a geliool bouse A Masonic lodge lias been organized at Lipscomb. Tascosa lias a summer sessio# of school in operation now. « Timing City liad a temperance lecture last Sat unlay night. Xavajo, Greer county, now has a school in active running order* • District court convenes at Lipscomb ncxt3Ionday morning. Lips...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 May 1888

.~rr-*r ' -- ~r« "I'^3- * •V . mif •> v -. - mi " i ■ - -* *? * X"* • . - -| 'WffP ".-¿«. T ' ' - - -f ' y1 ■r *. v* i ■ ¿r- -**: jMjfr iPS ;■ íSh THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. FREEMAN E. XILLEB, Editor fc Fnb'r, Summary The college lacrosse championship at Princeton, N..VJ., ,reqently was won, by Princeton, the latter beating Harvard by a score of 2 to 1. The President and Mrs. Cleveland at- tended a reunion of "North" and 'South'* Presbyterian delegates at the residence of wis tar Morris, near Philadelphia, recently, In the course of his address the President said to his hearars that he could not under- stand why his religious brethren should keep up these political distinctions when business men had obliterated them as being of the Daily News. J unprofitable. Pennsylvania Democrats were in con- vention at Harrisburg on the 23d and made CONGRESS* I the fcllowing selection: Presidential business was transacted in electors at larga, ex-Congressman Spear the 21st. A mumber of minor [ an¿...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 May 1888

- SBflPti . ) i \i 1:1 i > I ■ I v THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. XBEEMAN E. KIUES, Editor ft Pub'r. * PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. FOR SWEET MEMORY'S SAKE. O blossoms of poesy, spring from the dust— The dust whose long slumber Love's cry can not break; JF\il the breath of the world with the fragrance of trust, As we garland their graves for sweet Memo- ry's sake. 1 'With trust in the Master, who tenderly led The way through the darkness and storm of the strife, "Who took the brave souls to His Heaven, and said; By the blood of those martyrs the Nation halh life. Oh, never the angels that swept from the skies, Above the strewn field at the closing of day, XTn tangled a flag to behold its device, Or paused to discover the blue trom the gnay. O sanguine South roses, as red as their blood, O Northern bloom, white as their purpose was true, Wherever ye smile in the sunlight of God, In the soft air of peace and the rain and the dew, Te are tribute to them and the glory they ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 May 1888

1 I an *- f 0!(t (¡¡¡imáim Huemul ■ _ ~~ *" - ■ ■ ■■T~ Published «very Thursday -Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ■ jCntcred at the Post Office at Canadian •iexas. as second class matt el-. ~ Terms" of Subscmptiox : One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " *1.00. MORF ABOUT THE BROKEN WIN- DOW. The Ckescext does not sauction nor advocate personal journalism It carefully avoids abuse or vita- ADVERTISED LETTERS. The matter of the financial state- ment is only a small affair at best. But when three fifths of the court! LftUf Advertised Letters in the tell deliberate, falsehoods about it Cahhttbn Post 0fficPí May ^ 1888 and break their pledges to us be-1 ^ cause we did not putf them, its en- 2 tanglements ifesime serious pro I 3 peration of any sort whatsoever. L pon public officers and public portions. Things look bad wheml^ A DEMOCRATIC JÜÜtfKAL. Thursday, - May 31, 1888. There ore in Texas move .than. 25,000,000 acres of ¿superior public lands for ftale to all a,d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 May 1888

-I \ COUNTY OFFICERS. .)ll«l«*0, NSherílf and Tax'ColíeitoP.' I'fputv Sheriff, Cleric, Treasurer, Attorney, Assessor, Siirveror. COMMISSIONERS. First District, Samuel Pollaad Second " G. Akins Gtíorge Simpson J. II Anderson I; i I 1 ff 'it h x i x E. E. Polly T. T. McGee G. W Akins j. F: Hopkins «T. J. Geriacli B. M. Baker Lewis Dirr W. S. Decker %otnl garxgraphs. Local Items Calculated to Amuse, Instruct and Entertain our Headers. John W. Mathis, C. M. Westbrook and Jacob Waggoner, a company of prospectors from El Dorado, Illinois, were in town this week looki&g at the country with a view of finding a home here* ftichard Gibbon left last Tues- day morriirfg for Woodward where he will assist in consrtruetin g the Try a sack of O. B. patent. Rain last] Friday evening with some hail. James Berry was down from Hig- ] cottage3 and round-house that are Third Fourth u CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. in. on the second Sunday in each ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 May 1888

> JS . *>■ •- 'i'~ ■w ■ y 'S aa^t> T; m wm • ; - -}*! ' k- 1 m&i.i py ? Sffl THE DEBATE CLOSED^ If ? The Long Discussion of fha Tariñ Question Ended. Synopses of the Closing Speeches Delivered Before the House of Representatives by Mr. Reed, of 3Iaine, and Speaker Carlisle. Washington, May 19.—In the Houee to- day the debate on the Mills Tariff bill was closed, the final speeches being made by Mr. Reed (Me.) and Speaker Carlisle, of which the following are synopses. Mr. Reed, on taking the floor, said: I purpose to discuss to-day some of the general principles which, in my opinion, under- lie the two modes of National action which are confessedly in dispute in Congress and In the country. If it be true that by having their goods manufactured abroad the people of the United States, as a whole, will become richer and more prosperous and better fitted to be citizens of a republic already great and des- tined to be mighty beyond all former dreams ofr empire, thgn by all mea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 May 1888

pJPwg?5j£í 4. IB 4K 9 4 \ i M ft - Wk. EAIN AND HAIL. Terrific Rain and Hail Storms in Kansas, Missouri and Ne- braska. Overflowing Creeks, Innumerable Washouts and Great Destruction of Growing: Crops. But Little Loss of Life Considering tha Widespread Extent of the Storm— Live Stock Lost. SERVANTS IN AMERICA. Coadiion, Neb.. 28.—a waterspout broke m Northwestern Dawes Couniy Saturday night at, six o'clock. Five miles of track were submerged on the Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Valley railway and a number of bridges washed out. Farmers all along the While and Lone Tree rivers have had to abandon their homes and a number have been washed away. White river rose sixteen feet in forty minutes and the water came c'ownalmcst ju a solid wall. It is impossible to cross as all the highway we3t, as the waterspout came from that direction. Captain A. J. Sweet, a fapmer, lost sixteen head of cattle ana five horses, the water coming in such a wall that it carried the live stock along with it. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 May 1888

* t;e . r¿- í v Wm £ u. #• -2ir • <1 -- *■- KMi ■ ■-"•v • *- ff^ppgggg?r*; • • W; 1 s ■• • ' *• *' aS'"-- 5 • ^ ' * - XS-f-., .£• •* 7 5. iiSBpiiip^ ■■'* " Vf <?í " -'■ • ■ * ■■■■■■ P^^PP^O |, " • ijT ■. ■- • y. ' v a ■ ■fcjaaji i * ;••??. i*. ■••"•. •?* " \ \ .•:.vri K 9 WASHINGTON LETTER. (From our regalar correspondent) Washington, May 28, 1888. On Saturday Speaker Carlisle closed the general debate on the Mills tariff bill with a ringing spcech for revenue reform. Referring to the opposition of some of the New England members to the measure he said: Gentlemen from New England predicted in 1846 that the duties fixed by the law of that date would ruin their; textile in- dustries. In 1857 all of the New England members voted for a stil further reduction of 20 per centl from what they had called the runiously low tariff of 1846. In the I stood by the principles of my Government. I stood for its honor and I stood for its liberty. 1 stood for the union of the state, and I stood ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 June 1888

■■ r r£t" Wm & raps % VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUKE 7, 1888. Ñ0. 32 3 J. W. REYNOLDS : Wholesale atid Retfil Dealer in: FEED STUFFS, GRAINS AND SEEDS. -.-U6.VEJ! \I, DEAIJR IN- -' IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS, HARROWS RAKES AND PLOWS. BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS. GENERAL AGENT FOR THE <: BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES, WILL DUPLICATE ANY PRICE LA" THE PAN- HAM DIE. WRITE FOR CASE PRICES■ highest Cash prices For liádes J id Furs. MAIN STREET, - - • CANADIAN, TEXAS. All Over the Panhandle • PACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. The Ochiltree Time* wants to sell out- Miami lias a public school in operation^ District court will convene at Amarillo J une 18. There are three churches already organ- ized at Mangum. Ill lots were disposed of at ilie recent sale at Amarillo. Farwell has organized a Bible class that meets each Sunday. Higgins wants to build a new sqlioo* house by private subscription. IN CONVENTION! \ GERLACH JROS. & CO. (deal:in GROCERIES, DKY GOODS Grain and Flour, OO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 June 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. VBEDUH E. IXIZiZ.ES, Editor ft PnVr. € I u if PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. Ik the Senate on the 28th Mr. Frye re- ported back the River and Harbor bill. The Senate then went into executive session, in which it remained until five o'clock, duriig which the injunction of secrecy was removed from all proceedings in regard to the treaty with Great Britain. Adjourned In the House a few bills were introduced, and the House went into Committee of the Whole upon the Legis- lative, Executive and Judicial Appropriation bilL When the committee rose the Army Ap- propriation bifl was reported and the House ad- journed. In the Senate on the 29th, after a little talk on the message of the President vetoing the bill appropriating 175,000 for a public build- ing at Youngstown, O., Mr. Manderson, from the Military Affairs Committee, reported a bill reviving the grade of General of the Armv. The Fisheries...

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

me. ¡*> ' *<í THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. if f ) [H niEEMAH E. SIILLEB, Editor ft Fub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS A MOTHER'S LAMENT. Ah! once I bad a l.ttlc lad Who sat upon my knee. And thought of none and cared for none In all the world save me; Who ran with little hand3 outstretched My coming in to greet; And showed his joy in tender words. Or kisses soft and sweet. A handsome, winning little lad, Whose head lay on my breast. When through the silence of the nighl I ¿ought the peace of rest; Whose presence saved me from despair, And gave my life its bloom; Whose merry laugh and hippy face Lit up the darkest gloom. ' My little lad, my little lad. To manhood grown to-day: * Ah! though I love him still the same, There's something passed away. II" knows of other love than mine, His eyes are on the girls; The hand that nested once in mine A mustache fondly curls. Forevermore I've lost the lad Who sat upon my knee, And wanted in this wide, wide world 2so one to lov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 June 1888

r- a m wm m ' b SV. t- f f' £ r- "-¿£? §SÉm*&ítt' ■ v*V - ^ H f^W!'; wywrr «jgjjftit; jixé^ates?- S&uftfÍMs #! tsíüfcvss** PPPfPP* T ?7Tv7" ''V- -.-' - ^ . _• s :i -C" -*" ■'■• - ■ SMfB V- «■ ;. \ X'&kM- •- * % *5 <f>!{c {¡¡¿anadian (¡¿resijeut — —«f • 1 ' PublUfecd every Thursday .Morning fREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR _ AND PUBLISHER. Entered at the I'ost OfTice at Canadian Texas. as second class matter. .Teems of SuuscKirTipx: One Y ear, in advance, í? 1-50. Six Month?, " $1.00* Daring the past week we have in terviewed quite a number of business men and heavy tax payers nod have found them almost unanimous in opposing the building of a new jail at this particular time, and think the county can weii aííbrd to wait awhile. Grand And PoitJury. A DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL. Following is the list of Grand add Petit juries for the District court convening Monday nekt: Gkand J CRY . Mack Eagsdále, W. II. Hopkins, W. W. Quiite'n, % «§« ' Y ADVERTISED LETTERS, TniTKSDAV. June th'i'...

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