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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 June 1888

I J I II > 13 ) i \ • * 1 > V vol. 1 canadian, texas, thursday, june 28, 1888. no. 35 J. W. REYNOLDS, :Wkole*alc and llciail Dealer in: FEED STUFFS, GRAINS HNI| SEEDS, ^-ftENKKAl DEAiER IN-w implements, wagons, harrows RAKKS AND PLOWS. BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS. GENERAL AOHSÍT FOR THE BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES. All Over the Panhandle FACTS AND FIGUBBS GLBA1T3D FROM OUR BXCHANQKS. WILL DUPLICATE ANY PRICE IX THE PAN- HANDLE. WRITE FOR CASE PRICES. P%ya Cash pri<v¡ For Ihktaa And Fuw. ' MMN 8TREIT, - - - CANADIAN, TEXAS. Potter countr otras only HyUO.75. Methodigts hold their quarterly meeting at Mebeetie lust Sunday. Bennett is the ume of th^new county Mat of Roberts county. The water tank at Miami been eOm- pleted. It holds 50,000 gallons. Miami has bwn m«4jthe stoppiag off plaee for Buckskin JToe's colonists. HARRISON AND MORTON! — ■ ■ . «in ■ , i ■ ■■ Tke Republicans Finally Kominato a ¥tokat aad Adjourn. GKBUSAL SATISFACTION MiJIIF WITH TOE NOMINEES. £1) Tbe Republican natian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 June 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. m 7BSEMAH E. KIUE8, Editor ft Pnb'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Nows. CONGBES3. In the Senate on the 18th the House bill for the representation of the several depart- ments at the Columbus centennial passed. The bill also passed authorizing the sale of the Win- nebago reservation in Nebraska; also the bill for the construction of a railroad bridge at Parkville, Mo.; also bills for several other bridges. The conference report on the Indian Appropriation bill was agreed to....The House passed the bill appropriating $50,000 for the completion of the public building at Wichita, Kan., and then went into Committee of the Whole on the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill. When the committee rose the conference re- port on the Indian Appropriation bill was agreed to. The Naval Appropriation bill was reported and the House adjourned. The Senate did but little business on the 19th, passing two unimportant bills and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 June 1888

PRESS COMMENTS. II, I I A I I hi i ) if si r * (i p \ ■ 'What tlie Papers Havf* to Say About the Work of the National Convention. Des Moines Leader: Hurrah, then, for Cleveland, Thurman and victory. Emporia (Kan.) Democrat: Cleve- land and Thurman. That is the ticket. Clear the track, and 4'let ?er go Galla- gher." Chicago Globe: The convention, in many characters the most remarkable partv assembly the Republic has seen, A t 1/ 1 * has done its work well. Moline (Ala.) Register: The blending of the names of Cleveland and Thur- man is equivalent to a victory. The result is no longer doubtful. St. Paul News: The selection of Cleve- land and Thurman as the leaders of the Democratic party in this campaign means that the Democrats are going to fight the battles of the campaign to win. St. Louis Republic: The St. Louis convention of 1883 will be a memorable one, because its action closed the era of sham politics and flung down the gage of battle upon a living and vital principles of publi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 June 1888

JbL. * . «• "s ¡[anadian ¿rescent. -nr Published erery Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. KnMred at the Poet Offico at Canadian Twt #, *s ie«oB(l cía? matter. Term or Stobcripxion: One Year, ia advance, $1.50. Ms Mwaths, " $1-00. We apprehend that economy in public office w ill pla}~ quite an im- portant part in the fall election, it will be an issue. For the Campaign, 50 Cent#. The m anagementofTHEÜSEweannounc that they Trill receive subscription for the Weekly Edition from now until art*r the election In November, 1888, for only Fifty a DEMOCRATIC journal, Thursday, June 21 Th$re are in Texas move Ph4in S5,000,000 acres of superior jnibtto lands for suilé to ttll actual settlers at from $900 to $4-00 anacre mnd on forty years' time at m lei* rats of interest- OWR NATIONAL TICKET. F«r President GROTER CLEVELAND. For Vice-President ALLEN «. THBRMAN. •* _ AHKOTJHCBM31ÍT8. TJadar this h«ad will b« given anaoan^- iDMta of oaadidacy for fmhlit off oe to run until...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 June 1888

r\ i i i ) i T" • 1 4 ||Ér.-- 't^v ^—r- í-v^VT^TK '. " - , w ' > ' •' i : -■ * COUNTY OFFICER . JecU% B. I. Polly HhmF and Tax Collector. T. T. MeGee De*H*f ftfcerlff, G. W Aldiie OlfcrJt, J. 2T. Hopkins Trearomr, J. J. Gerlaeh Attorney, B. M. Baker Ajfttt&cvr, Lewis Dlrr wrrsroe. W. 8. Deeker COMMISSIONERS. Firft Dfcrfcrtst, Samuel Polled Se«>n4 Third Vomrtk 4t G. C« Afcins Geoxge slmpson J. H. Anderson CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services al 11 •'clock a. *. and 8 o'clock p. m. on the Mcood Sondar in each month. W. Jl Coop**, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. Service* at 11 o'olock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. on thqixst Sunday In each month* W. L. Harri*, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. Serrices moraiu juau evening of the third Sunáayin eac acth. Thomas S. Dewing, Pastor. BAPTIST. Services at 11 o'clock a. in aad 8 p. m. on the fourth Sunday in e*ch month. J. F. £u>ttr, Castor. IJiTION SUNDAY SCHOOL, Meets wry Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Mas. L. M. jiduriMrr, Supt ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 June 1888

CHOOSING A LEADEJEL The Republican National Conven- tion Meets in Its Ninth Quad- rennial Convention. The Body Called to Order by Chair- x man Jones—Nebraska Gets the Temporary Chairman, Estee, of California, Permanent Chair- man—Platform—Nominations—Bal- loting—Proceedings in Defcail. Chicago, June 19.—Ti; ore was no indica- tion in the great Auditorium a short time before the convention was called to order of the great crush outside. The delegates and those who held seats were being di- rected to their seats. The doors were not opened until all of the interior arrange- ments were completed and the crowd was kept wai'ing until two large bouquets of cut flowers and a floral shield were boing nailed upon the chairman's desk which bears in Greek letters the inscription: "James A. Garfield was n omita ate d from this desk in 1880 and James G. Blaine was nominated from this desk in 1884." galled TO ORDEIi. Precisely at 12:30 th<? gavel ef Chairman Jones,chairman of the National Commi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 June 1888

- " *>, " ■* - - ";. : . ; , - ■r: • > • - - If " '• - \ / t / bob, of North Carolina, also seconded Sher- man's nomination. When Pennsylvania was reached in the roll call Thomas W. South, of that State, stepped to the platform and presented the name of Mayor Fitler, of Philadelphia. The call of the roll of States */as con- tinned until Wisconsin was reached when THE COMMITTEES. ATMOSPHERIC PURITY. John Sherman. 11. A. A tjjcr. Fenator Spooner, in an able and eloquent address, preseuted the name of Governor Rusk. At the conclusion ot Mr. Spooner's re- marks, the roll call was continued to the finish aná «o other names bein? presented the oooveution adjourned until eleven o'clock te-anorrow morning. Fourtli Bay. Chicago, June 22.—At a few moments past eleven o'clock the Republieau Nation- al convention was called to order by Chair- man Esfeee, who haviug completely lost his voice, «culled Senator Hiscock to the chair to preside over the session, which was formaly opened with pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 June 1888

m ' P1 "Mm. i i 1 I I Correspondence. WASHINGTON LETTER. (From our rtgtlar ctrraepondent.) Wctkington, Jane 18, 1888. Congressman Timethy J. Camp- bell, of New York, bas an abiding faith in tbe running qualitie* of Cleveland and Tfcurman. In fact he has $#,000 worth of faith in their being our next President and Vice- President respectfully. That is the sum he has wagortd with ex-Con- grestra&n Paga frf California, that they will «any th* State of U«w York mext Normfrer. Uniese some very nmexpéitód •héftge shall taJte place in th« a**tlraente of the people Mr. Casspfeall's chancea for packing up $5,000 may be coasidered as ex cellent. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland expect to attend the graduating exercises of the University of Virginia on the 27th. inst. Tke konor of holding the first Cleveland and Thurman ratification meeting at the National Capital is due to the Virginia democratic assoeiation, which keld am enthu- siastic meeting on Friday last, when amid the waving of red bandannas ...

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

\ i ugsf-n -i- ■ IBWH.'Mf - £Jí&*¡¿¿* ■ ■■ «*£ "* -,flilftF íiJ'T|jnifc'^uM —%íSb<í|MM' «tn wwi—HWNfc- ------- - •-■«g^'Wi>>iv.iMJOTia aB«MMpttlMiaaaMWMPMWBMW>BBM^BWWMtti ^^^^TBBHBHB^SBÍii6iífcÍÜKti6í8i^ñiHB8k-'4tíBhflñSiá6eStoSííH¡í y¡ Tirnj> iüí á V THfc" ■ infiHri wHirm m~\ f' ~' • •■• - .- • • •?- s -m ' -v-V-; ••>'•' '■> f:v'¿ :■■•:■.?}' xs^u-^rAr*:-; -\ '¿¿•V* •TT ' -V5. '■■>%&'- '^?*'- - ■'■• /: V IS \ s ■'% 1 i I VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS ? s J. W. REYNOLDS, : Wholesale and Ka tail Dealer in: FEED STUFFS, GRAINS MD SEEDS, ^-GENEKAl DEAirií IX IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS, HARROWS BAKES AND PLOWS. BUGGIES, SPUING WAGONS. GENERAL AGENT FOR THE BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES. WILL DUPLICATE J.N-Y PRICE IJV TEE PAJV- MAXDLE WRITE FOR CASE PRICES■ £0^1* tys highest Cish pr' 3s For hides And Furs. Im STREET, - - - Y. JULY 5,1888. NO. 36 HOW CANADIAN SPENT THZ NA- TIONAL HOLIDAY. CANADIAN, TEX nVr U> GERI ACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DHY GOODS Grain and Flour...

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

v ' i THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. I r I f s * u f: H í % i I I I * W> 1 8 l« a£ V;s IP 91 fi 1 II LI I If ¡ i i. nEEVAV E. VILLEB, Editor * Fub'r. PUBLISHED EVEUY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of ttiQ Daily News. CONGRESS. But little business was transacted in the Senate on the 25th. In eracutive session Judge John F. Phillips, of Kansas City, was continued as United States Judge for the Western district of Missouri, and ex-Senator Thomas S. Maxey for the Western district of Texas The House did but little business, a quorum being more easily found at the bulletin boards to hear the news from Chicago than in the halls of legis- lation. The Senate on the 25th proceeded with the consideration of the Legislative, Execu- tive and Judicial Appropriation bill, but a quorum not being present adjourned.—The House resumed consideration of the Public Land bill, and not being able to secure a quorum adjourned. In the Senate on the 87th. after routine business, the Rive...

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

HE WÍLD BUFFALO." - §U í ll fl "How It Was Tamed aüd Caught— A Fourth of July Romance. m í¿r % i IWritten for This Paper.] OLLIE CLOSE and Judith Capell were studying by the open qpttage window. It was the last study- hour in the morning and they were rivals in rhetoric, so each worked silently • at the task of memo- rizing and adapting, giving the other only an occasional and preoccupied glance. Mollie swung herself in the single rock- ing chair of their sitting-room; but Ju- dith huddled on a -stool, and grooving her cheek against the window-frame, projected her lesson through- the college shrubbery. At once there was a tearing of rose bushes and a man's bearded face at the window. Mollie ran screaming to the other end of the room, and Judith recoiled until .she lost her balance on the cricket " Let me help you up." he said, extend- ing a good humored hand. 44 Oh, its Colonel Montgomery," said Ju- dith. 441 can htelp myself, thanks; but now you've got me a mark for talking in stud...

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

■ ' ^ 1 —■ m I A i\ \ !(cl 0¡;iwtdwn (¡[reseeut. Published every Thursday .Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Entered ;.t tlie Post Office at Canadian UVawts. :;3 second class matter. r"-' — - i. ' ' ■ " 'Trims of Subscription : 'One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, u $1.00 A DEMOCRATIC JOUKNA& Thursday, jm.Y 5, 188S. *■ ,.i j i * ■ , There are in Texas more than 25,000,000 aeres of superior public lands for vale to all actual settlers at from $2-00 to $4-00 anaere, ■and on forti/ i/cars' time at ■it low rate of interest' The nomination of Harrison and Morton by the republicans brings to the front a couple of second class leaders who command respect be- cause thej - are unknown and will be called representative men because they have not bee* prominent in the party to become unscrupulous They are only í!guré heads under whose leadership the battle of the party is to be wa^ed. Being fr^ni doubtful states and men no weaker than their part}', they are as good nomi...

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

|W / ^ ? |-;: -%'A m \:Í^SV/ *%jtf£fjRigf -"i •, —í '^r- \ \* ri 1 n ti r « 1 A f i COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge, E. E. Polly Hheníf and Tax Collector, T. T. MoOee Deputy Sheriff, G. W Áklns C'lerfc J. F. Hopkins m teartjter, J.J4 Gerlueh tí, M. Baker Lfewifi Dfrf W. S. Decker Af*>r AM&wt, ¡ÍTirvcror. COMMISSIONERS. First Otetríct, Samuel Polhi.id Second *• G. C. A kins Thfrd t; George simpson Fourth 44 J. II Andersou CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Service at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. on the second ¡Sunday in each month. \V. A. Coo per * Pastor. -*- r i METflODfST EPISCOPAL. SOUTH. Services at 11 o'cloek a. ra. and 8 o'clock p. rn. on thoiirst Sunday in each month. VV. L. Hariu% Pastor. (iPRES8YT^KlAXJ Services morning ¿mi í.vkniúg of the third Sunday in each montó. Thomas S¿ Deling, Pastor. BAPTIST. Services at 11 o'clock a. ra and 8 p. m. on the fourth Sundav in each month. J. F.Eldkk, I'astor. UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL. Meets every Sunday morning- at 10 o'clock. Mrs...

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

iiiyp liiíri'jjifi Ju \ A |T5. o \ \ / \ i Is V m TEE TICKET MADE. Closing" Work of the Republican National Convention. (Benjamin Harrison of Indiana, Named for President and Leti P. Morton of New York for Vice- President. Chicago, June 25.—At three minutes past ►eleven o'clock this morning the sixth day's session of the National Republican conven ¿ion was called to order by Chairman Es- dent then commenced. Denny, of Ken- tucky, nominated William O. Bradley, of that State, for the honor, Watt, of Georgia, seconding the nomination. Sewell, of New Jersey, then moved a re- cess until >six o'clock. The motion was agreed to. On re-assembling Griggs^ of New Jersey, nominated William Walter Phefys. Sec- onded by Gibson, of Ohio, Egan, of Ne- braska, and others. Warner, of New York, nominated Levi P. Morton. Seconded by Gage, of Califor- nia. Foster, of Ohio, Hallowell, of Kansas, and others. McElwee, of Tennessee, nominated Wil- liam R. Moore, of that State, for the office. Seconded by...

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

mm 1 ■v. ' l S i s i / I • > m y I I' [1 i i GEEAT SHUT DOWN. Iron and Steel Workers Disagrreo on the Wagre Question—A Lockout Follows Which Comprises Nearly All the Furnaces—Both Sides Coufi lent and Determined. The North Chicago Rolling Hill Closed— Flint Glass Factories Clossd For the Summer. FORMALLY NOTIFIED. The Committee Calla Upon Prealdeol Cleveland and Extends the Formal Noti- fication oí His Nomination—The Freai- (fent'M K«p]f. Washington, June 27.—The notification eommitteee, accompanied by the members of the National Democratic Committee and the Columbia Democratic Club, oí the Dis- tricted Columbia called on the President yesterday, and General Collins addressed him as follows: Wft come as a committee, authorized and In- structed by the National Democratic conven- tion recently held at St. Louis, to convey for- The Young Wife's Stratagem. "How do you like housekeeping, my dear$" inquired Mrs. Matron of Mrs. Newlywed. "Oh, it's just lovely. Charles thinks its delight...

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

h AH Over the Panhandle. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. Farwcll now boasts ot a new lumber yard in her midit. Navajoe celebrated tbe Fourth on yei~ terday in good ityle. Carson county's sebliool lands are situated in Cockran county. A brick kiln will soon be opened at Clarendon by a man from Denver. Donley county contains thirty-eight miles of railroad within her borders. Timms City has undertaken to sink an artesian well to a depth of700 feet. Clarendon •xpeatsi $15,000health resort to be built at that place this autumn. Greer county now claims to have 5,000 inhabitants and has room for 100,000 more* The corner-stone for the new Methodist Episcopal chwrahat Clarendon was laid yesterday. Lipscomb county hal $2070.24 in her treasury according* to the last tiaanoial statement. Farwell now has four public wells that- furnished plenty of water which ivas found at a deptk of 130 feet. - After July 1 the Mobeetie and Clarendon mail route will make only one trip each week in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 July 1888

■J u I > ' • . T5 . V:t Ik VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY NO. 37 GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS G rain and Flour, Afi Over tli e Panhandle. B AOS-SAND PIGUEES GLEANED FB.Ó1I OUR EXCHANGES. Lipscomb County. 1 OOTS, SHOES AND HAT; ? OUTFITTERS lots We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load and- are prepared to give you low Fig--ires. B (TYING Elsewhere Call &, SET PRICES Ij ><S J\ o Country Town can Duplicate ow pi ice CANADIAN, - TÉ2CAS DEALERS IN i BOOTS, & NOTIONS, hats, caps, ladies' "ware, Lipscomb county Lad two celebrations and a fish fry on the Fourth. Hansford hts a summer school in ope- ration which began last week,—* A Sunday School has been tócenty or- ganized by the ladies at Amarillo. The new brick building at Lipscomb to be erected at once will cost §3,8o0. Higgins has joined the precession aud want a bank for her business interests. Lipscomb county politics seem to be in a sleepy condition. No candidates yet. A new depot larger a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 July 1888

•v* : r.v: - - --T7 ; ' w'fa^WV v*fK* r4- f.< f"c- ' ^- - ■: -■-?-^v'--" •4T,- - V ' THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. FSEEKA5 E. VULEB, Editor * Puto'r. PUBLISHED EVERY TUUKSDAT AT CANADÍAN. - TEXAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. Thk Senate on July 2 concurred in the conference report on the Legislative Appro- priation bilL After the passage of several res- olutions referring more specially to local mat- ter# the River and Harbor bill was taken up, and after a long discussion the amendment abolishing the Missouri River Commission was disagreed to, and after several amendments had been made the bill passed. It appropriates $22,474,783. Senator Turpie then addressed the Senate on the President's message and tariff reform, at the close of which the Senate went into executive session and then adjourned until Thursday....In the House Mr. Anderson, of Iowa, introduced a bill providing for the con- trol and regulation of certain railroads. The bill is very long, and Mr. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 July 1888

9-: ''.if,* V " '• TÍ Í Ú Hf A i, [j ri if « THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. S. MUXES, Editor ft PnVr. published every thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE GOOD DIE YOUNG. "The good die young," *tis said, and it is trae; The good die young, they ne'er grow old; And ever on their souls is seen the dew That glistens in the morn like gold. More true to say they never die at all, They only pass from earth away. On thro1 the golden gate and jasper wall, To walk the planes of endless day. I hardly call that death—'tis only change, The en Vance of another room; A lovely mystery, yet scarce more strange Than flowers rising from their tomb. • Not only there, above, but here they live; Thejr presence meets us everywhere; Where'er we turn do they some token give Oí their fond love and tender care. Not one I ever loved is dead to me, Or even slumbering 'neath the sod; Nor am I robbed of their sweet ministry Who obce with me life's pathway trod. 1 think of them as living and near my side, As on me smiling ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 July 1888

. ■ - ■ i ¿fv íft: Thy W r~-r. "> £ ' - -- E5EKraHaPÍ£^ ■ ■ w Í?SP|:> •í «i Ü ;fep il IP Í3S W^S-Í: M ■ - .. -" t '. .\¡r*^ , ■ .tówfcW:*-: i V5 i ' ' • • •' i-,- - -;- . f v. 0^ $anadiati(¡/r$&t¡ettL Poblishcd every Thursday Síorning FREEMAN. E. KIUER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. 2£ntored at the Post Offieo at Canadian 7mi, M second cías matter. Terms of Subscription: Orne Tear, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " $1.00 a democratic jo€l¿nal. Thursday, July 12, 1888. There are in Texas more ifaan $5,000,000 acres 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• OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For President GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vice-Pre8;dcnt ALLEN Q. THCRMAN. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Under this feead will be given announce- ments of candidacy for public office to run ^*til the electiom ia ííovemb&r next, at tfie follow in 2 rates: District aad County offices. .$10.00 PnciBCt ofiices** ...$o,00 Ttrmi are gtr...

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