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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 May 1888

Vol. i. Texas,, NO. 40. W8*m § r-' INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN THE FREE PRESS. -. banks. Traders Bank Canadian. First State sank Kiowa Kb., town compakis8. Town Company Canadian. h h Tinims City. ,, _ ,, ...................a.. HnDAfonif V9 ••••••••••••*••••••• • • • • • Miami, catt&e and land companies. Rocking Chair Ranch Mobectie Texas. Hansford Land i Cattle company „ ,. Texas „ „ , Canadian. Creaswell Ranch A ., K, E. Polly Henry Hambti rg Geo. W.Aklns litr stock commission. Jas. H. Campbell A Co., Kansas City, Mo., gexehafj mkkcantii.e and grocery houses. B. K. Herrington A Co Canadian. Gerlach Bros. A Co farming implements, seeds etc. J. W. Reynolds Canadian. hotels, f utherland Hotel Canadian. Miami House Miami, Tex. eating house. Chop House, Main 8t Canadian law land and insurance. Polly A Hall ..Canadian. Baker & Decker " F. H. Snider „ F. E. Miller druggists and physicians. E Longlejr MD Canadian. Dobson A Brown Kiowa Kb. lumber. L Hoover Canadian. contractors and buil...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 May 1888

Canadian Free Press. Sfe*- iffe CANADIAN, TEXAS Ths «state of the late Walter M. Gibson, Prime Minister of Hawaii is estimated to be worth more than $1,000,00a Mrs. Ashton Dilke told the mem- bers of the Women's Club of Chicago that she smokes cigarettes and likes decollete dresses. The courage displayed by Lord Lonsdale in pushing on towards the North Pole deprived of the services of his valet has not been equalled since Berry Wall started out on his honey- moon without a trunk. An interesting mathematical problem presents itself as follows: If five rela- tives fight over the will of a man who (eaves $5,000, how many relatives will squabble about the fortune of the late ftl PoUkoft the railway king of Rus- sia, who died worth $30,000,000? The Browning Club of Chicago listen- ad Tuesday evening to an account by Mrs. Wirt Dexter of an evening she spent with Robert Browning. She said that he was very merry, and was fond of quoting such hymns as "Why Do We Mourn Departing Friends?" Thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 May 1888

- t . mm ■' > v. . • f1" V-- MEg '4'i • • ' V-; X. ' ••'•' ^ V ^ ---••* ■ &&% %SfS& Í^r-rv?^\-^JS^.4>á¿%^ ^^-"'~V--f.-->:'- '-\:-3^-r;rS^-: |fe'I 1;'->i--^f^T- " : - ■ ■■ . --- -.• -'c V -" • ••'. -V •- -.: • :-> ■ *, •:*- ,-!&.-* * : • ' " • - '% - • ? •■'! ■ .* ' , . - ' •■ ' . v-'i - ■ «? *- > - - - :w*^m 4 m± CONGRESSIONAL m. ¡2 I I K-Jjc-s :- K Í :. _ OF FBOCUDIHOS. _WASHra otok, April 30.—Bills were report- ed and placed on the calendar fixing th* sal- aries of the several judges of the- United ■totes district coarta at $5,000, Mr. Coke pusentlng, and to lncreaae the endowment of the Louisiana State nniTersitj and agricul- tural college Among the bills introduced and referred wer% the following: By Mr. # íí*8 to *uthoriz« the secretary of the In- ferior to Bx tbe amount of compenaation tobe paid for right of way for railroada in Indian •«serrations in certain contingencies; by Mr. * «Kewart, to require the • purchase and coinage of not lesa th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 May 1888

Xliio.* '> *£ Canadian Free Press, *h« official obgam of cor NTT. HEMPHILL I f. him Etittf ui Pfijfidor. •1.50 reii TBAH; 91 FOR SIX MONTHS. STKlCTLY IN ADVANCE. FÜBLlenED EVERT WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS* 9. Entered at the Postoflice at Canadian os second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column. SI,50 per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. _ 1/ocals. first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge. E. E. Polly Sheriff, t. T. McGec Deputy Sheriff, ... o. W. Akin Clerk, - "• J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. • . - - J. J. Gorlacb Leg ! adviser to the Commission- en*' Court, ... . It. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, - • Chris Stump sfle<wor. ..... Lewis Dirr. urreyor, - • • • S. L Straughan COMMISSIONERS. frst District, - Samuel Pollard Second District, - - . G.C. Akins Third District, • - John Anderson Fourth Districf, • George Simpson District Judge, D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 May 1888

PRESS. Canadian, hemphill CouhtyvTeXas, Wednesday May 16,1888. No. 41. THE PUTO 1EGI0I. " ••••••• ••••••••••. . . _ _ • ••• ••••••*«•• •••• |TfniBs •*•••/•••••••••••••! CAfTLt AIVD UÜP COMPANIES, Chair" " V -- WW • • • • * A ae •••••••••• ft •• •( ••••••••••••••••«•••• •«•••••• .......................... •, LIT! Mroos emm miioar. Jaa. I. Om^beU * Co., boaa* City. Mo., it. nucAvrrui a oMcur booms. loa* Oto. •................ „ rMiim unnim, am arc. if. .................... futterlMflioM MMwl noon iiTua Choflom, Mil It . lav lav an imotamb. SiSrVSe, JPe Bittlif** dmm10n j ——'S5^"v L comucTMi ato ioildim. *. í,HVlÜN.I,KtÜOM AIIDaOAM. ft. WUllAOM * Co, ■bat ba ••••••••«••••••••••• •OIM. D.lrtt .CutMi amtcaflai rob stats lauds. j.i. Hopkins, County Ork,... votabt pobuc. ■P •omim vobbs bbbb abo ics. ftOsttell. mt goods. MKtOBUL 3 P. YfSfrf vircns a wd clocks. f.V.loSMi W. F. A Co. afmt Bid miy om bar something drop? CoraoHUii4M*i^ crowds* oat ef thit issue on account of tho space which tin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 May 1888

Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS According to statistics there were In India in 1881 20,980.626 widows, of whom nearly nineteen million were ander nine years of age. ■Mi|irr mUtm FÜBI0ÜS FLAMES. 1 Huge Conflagration Springs. i at Hot It is a somewhat singular fact that of all the Christian nations the United States of America are alone represent- ed by Protestant Christian missions in Persia. A poo at Racine, Wis., tried to jump through a swiftly revolving fly-wheel, and, il is said, "partly succeeded. A part of him. got through and other parts went off in different directions.'1 A bobber got into a farm-house in Iowa without disturbing the sleeping peoples bat a big dog tackled him and tore his throat so that he bled to death. He was identified as a Justice of the Peace. An eagle flew through an open win- dow into an Omaha business estab- lishment the other day, and was cap- tured by the employes after a vigorous battle. It was seven feet from tip to tip of the wings. An ingeni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 May 1888

5 ; ■■ *._ . .. mm. - .<.«,..• . Mi r f** f.Vv [ . *\ i 4 o i i ^f' f 0BSCÜK1TT0N. Talmage's Sunday Morning Dis- course. ^ - * ' " . -0M0:^ * ¿ - ■'- . - "- ... • •■'i* -' • <••• * •'.. <> mimiimm'íiw :. ■ i' ':r - Ihe nineteenth Century Apostle Expounds Gospel to an Overflowing Con- gation ^ Christianity is the Rising of OnrTime- M*n Have Tried With the Uprolling Vapors oí PKppticisjm and the Smoke of Their Blas- phemy to Turn the Sun Into Darkness-The Result of Infidelity the Complete and Un* SKSi* ^gradation of Womanhood— prophetic Utterances ot the Gr« t Divine. special to the Kansas City Times. Brooklyn, May 13; This morning the * DeWítt Talmai?c' D D- Preached at *~e Tabernacle to an overflowing coogrtgik- tton. The hvran beginning, •"Stand op my «oul, hakr off thy fear*. And gird the Uospel armor on." was Bung with magnificent effect Dr. Tal- mage's subject was "Obscuration," and his text: "ihe sun shall be turned into dark- nem."-ac*-8 j)., v. 20. ue sahi: oolar ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 May 1888

. r. - - . ¡sgjigp MM mmS:': Canadian Free Press, Ail ov rnnuix COUNTY. t f. HI Mitir ui Prifrlctir. 81.50 ran yea*; $1 fob six montos. btkictlt ik advance. rUBLIIBIP EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Batcred at Uw PostofHce at Caisdiu as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 iacb «ingle column, $1.50 per month. Sor more inches $1,00 per inch per month. Locals, first Insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. HEMPHILL COUNTY Sheriff, Clerk. • • • Treasurer. • lege! ad riser te the Cent; em* Court. ... Joettee ef the OFFICERS. • E. E. Polly T. T. McOee 6. W. Aklna J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gerlach tret District. Ptcdnd District, Third District. Fourth District, B. M. Beker Chris 8 tump • Lewis Dtrr, • • 8. L. Straughan COMMISSIONERS. Samuel Pollard O. C. Akin* • John Anderson George Simpson QUAllTKliLY Following is the quarterly statement of the assets and expenditures of Hemp- hill County Texas, for the quarter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 May 1888

' ' ■ ■ m?. •' í® fi|¡P : « ' : :: % •'. Mi-- " ' .. . ' -í #'&* WÍ •vV>> Vol. i. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, wednesday May 23,1888. NO. 42. lj£ l> J§ Í | i ^ ) I 8? a - V r'. i6S .se?-*- |?3?3S i 2* IP !fe INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN THE FREE PRESS. - BANKS. Traders Bank Canadian. First State Bank - _ Kiowa Ks., TOWS COMPANIES. Town Company Canadian. >1 „ Tinims City. •• , Hansford. n .....Mianii, CATTLE AND LAND COMPANIES. A "Sife" Paper. EUilor—Did vou look over that new; Always keep an enemy on hand; ¡ a brisk, hearty, active enemy. The having of cue is proof that von are|man-s ,vorky Maua2er_Y«i some-bo<ly; wishywashy, worthless peo- ple never have enemies. Men who never move, never run against any- lie fur- matter. I thing; and when a man is thoroughly company100"0TC,"S 3,1,1 "tt0,'> bllrie<1 nothi S ever Texas , ...... Canadian. «^e%voll Ranch k ., S. E. Polly Hcnrv Hamburg Geo. w. A kins LIVESTOCK COMMISSION. Jas. H. Campbell éc Co., Kansas City, 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 May 1888

. > : 1 -i. . . - i-~% téjgk mm . i ■m '■ -'■ mm m¿ m tm. % %£ mm BE Vi m 4 V WM W¿* fWwjx Wmi * í---''- HP Canadian Free Press, an eventful day. CANADIAN, TEXAS T^akks to Clans Spreckels, Philadel- phia is anticipating an era of great sweetness and refinement. Gladstone has his study so arrang- ed that no sound from the rest of the house can penetrate it after the padded doors are closed. H. Guzman; Nicar aguan Minister to Washington, says there are many Americans in his country, and that is a good place for civil engineers. De. E. Hoffman, a schoolmate of Prince Bismarck, and since 1847 a resi- dent of the Sandwich Islands, died at Honolulu recently at the age of 84. The camera appears now to be quite available at night A Bermuda pho- tographer reports exquisite landscapes taken by moon-light and even by star- light Pah Chuno Yang, Corean Minister to Washington, is anxious to ride a bicycle, and the Chinese Minister se- cretly encouraged his riyal's dangerous ambition. Adverse ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 May 1888

V? m ms-r m Ik* c % tí.- 11 fep ■ mmsL -- •< ■k * - $£& 5* J. : ~ - rS Wi * % m f? - V 1 I -14 M ?5 ¿LOVE^OOES NOT GROW OLD. wbjft I tu twenty she was ten, WJiln my arms I beld her then— we wu a child—it was not wrong vaioce then seems not so very long. Now she is twenty—to be bolder 1 ought, since I am so much older— And yet I feel somewhat afraid Of thpughts that come in one decade. Candy and dolls i used to bring; And get a kiss for everthing; And yet for naugbt would 1 turn back This havoc of the almanac. As childish gifts are out of place. 7 a* th® roses on her face: So you remember!" "Yes,' said she, That you were then so kind to me." At once I erew dfscreetlr wW London 'Figaro. The Widow's Pumpkins. It was a brilliant October morning the grass all sparkling with frost, the trees waving their red jewehsd arms to the sunshine, and Eliakim Ellis was driving serenely down Hay Hill. "I ain't a poet," thought he, "but if I was I could write a lot of rhymes nl?out this. Why, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 May 1888

IrW- IP , % IB m *fEBl ■< rn^rn' m *• i H9SHHI9HnHI¡ Free Press, THK OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. L !, R18M Editor and Proprietor. •1.50 per year; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. strictly in advance. published every WEDNESDAY AT canadian, TEXAS. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column, SI,-50 per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per inch per innnth. Locals, first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Job wotk.at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. Jndfje, E. E. Polly Sheriff. ff.T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, ... q. W. A kins Clerk. « - - - J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. - - J. J. Gcrlaeh I/egal adviser to the Commission- ers' Court, ... . R. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Assessor. ..... Lewis pirr. S irreyor, .... W.£. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. QXJARTER LY STATEMENT. Following is the quarterly statement of the assets and expenditures of Hemp- hill County Texas, for the q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 May 1888

ra ?:-}*■ • - ' ■ ■ á ¡ >\i t- ' -:v I. « B •í . PRESS. - • Vol. i. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, "Wednesday May 30,1888. NO. 43. INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN THE FREE TRESS. _ BAHKD. Traders Rank Canadian. ank Kiowa K*., TO WW COMPANIES. Company Canadian. M ., i/liy. m f, ./....................Hansford. ,. .. ••••••■••■ >.•■•< ...• ..• •.ülno¡ CATTU AND UHD COM PAW i EM, Rocking Chair Ranch Mobeetie Texas. Hansford Land A Cattle company „ Tazas „ „ Canadian. CavaswHl Ranch * ,, Henry Hamburg Geo.« Jtlil^BS. ...a.......... ...a........ ,, LIVE 8T<X*K COMMISSI©!*. Jas. R. Campbell k. Co., Kiuhhh City, Mo., OKWCHAl. MSKCA NT1L.K AWX> OROCKItY HOCS . B. K. Herrlngton k. Co. Canadian. Gerlach Bros, a Co . FARM1WO 1MPI.KNENTS, SEED* ETC. J. W. Reynolds Canadian. HUTEU*, f utherland Hotel Canadian. LAW Ua\D AND lüSCTIAXCt. Fall J k Hall Canadian. Baker * Becker ** . Sa Miller...... .a......... ..a a..... „ DKI7MOISTS AWD MITSICIAKS. ■ Imflfr MB Canadian. Do bean ft Brown Kio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 May 1888

I'M.. , ^ m Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, - TEXAS — According to the report of Grand Commander Rea about 14,000 members .have been added to the G. A. R. dar- ing the past three mo ths> Vends, tbe morning star, is brighter than it ever appeared to any man now living, and nearer the earth than it will be again for 340 years. Owing to the new high liccnse law, the saloon men of Paterson, N. J., have, resolved to charge 10 cents for beer and all "soft drinks.*1 speaks all the most im- it languages, including even Rus- sian, which is by far the most difficult to acquire of the European tongues. Queen Victoria is the first English reigning sovereign who has visited Florence since the time of the Cru- sades, when Richard L passed through the city. ' ■ ifi The class pf '48 of Únion College, of which the late President^ Arthur was a member, will hold a reunion at Sche- nectady. N. Y., in June. There are sixty members of the class now living. A regent specimen of the high de- gree of skil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 May 1888

Á. i| I V 0 [ v [i 1 í SS -®gg?i I * - ¿i and Tliej are making a jelly oat of baitoM A new postoffice in Alabama la name' Toj. Orchid velvet Is an exquisite new dresi fabric. There Is a Sunday cane that unfolds Into i fish j)ole. A new perfecting press prints 300 poeta cards a minute. Tiierc will be debt' "Dr. Iekjlla" in th« f eld next season. A kitten born at Putnam, Conn,, has seven t lega and two tails. In England the draft horae Is never drivel Taster than a walk; A |2,090 hearse has been imported by a Ríyerside (Cal.) firm. 0P - One wool-grower of San Delgo shipped 60, #000 pounds in one week- Snow three feet deep was to be Xoand last week in Miilsfield, N. H. A private wire between New York Philadelphia costa $6,0 JO a year. Straw-colored houses with white trimming* are hecomlne plentiful in the East. A couple returned lately to Buffalo after a eoutlnuous wedding trip of six years. The first eclipse upon record was a lunai one, and was observed at Babylon 721 B. C. A Pennsylv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 May 1888

• ^ . V*' omcial one an or hemphill vovxtt. i i lüi Etitir mi Proprietor. tl.5t KB YEAR; $1 FOR six1 MONTH . STBICTLY IN ADVANCE. m iLtmiD EVERY WEDNESDAY CANADIAN; TEXAS. AT Entered Alt the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. QUAXITKRLY HTATKSltólrí. Following is the quarterly statement or the assets and expenditures or Hemp- hill County Texas, for the quarter endiug May 14tli* 1888. JURY FUND. 1st Clasi. Balance, To Amount Received during Quarter, lly Amount paid out " " do- By per et. Commission on amount rec'd. - By " 4< 44 paid out, Amount to Balance, Totals, DR. $ Í2Ó7 7 r 149 07 CR. BAL. 1406 77 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. 2d Class. per ADVERTISING RAXW 1 inch single column, per Ü or more inches $1,00 per inch month. J«ocal*. first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertion 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. ■ - • ~ HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge, E. E. Polly Pherfff. T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, ... G. W. Akint (Vrk, « « - • ' J. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 June 1888

Í?A- ' ' k M k ) t M ANADIAN PRESS. Vol. i. Canadian Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday June 6,1888. NO. 44. m-9 I INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN TOE FREE PRESS. BANKS. Bank Canadian. First State Bank — Kiowa Ks., TOW* COMPANIKS. Town Company Canadian. n ,t •••• ••••••••••••«|Tliniiis (Tily. n Hansford. n « Miami, CATTLE ASTD li.IND COXPAKltK, Rock ing Chair Ranch Mobeetie Texas. Hansford Land A Cattle company „ „ Texas „ „ , Canadian. Cresswell Itanch & „ || Henry Hamburg Geo. W.Akins „ mvk stock commission. Jas. H. Campbell tc Co., Kansas City, Mo., OCMIKAL Ml llCANTII.K AND OKOCERT HOI'SKD. II. K. Harrington & Co Canadian. (¡erlach Hro«. & Co „ IMIIMINfi lMI'I.KMKNTS, SEEDS ETC. J. W. Itcynolds Canadian. MOTELS, f utherland notel Canadian. T.AW LAND AND INSURANCE. Tolly A Hall Canadi&n. Maker A Decker " DRiraniSTH and 1 hys1cian8. E Longley MI) Canadian. Dobsou A flrown Kiowa Ks. lumber. L. Hoorcr Canadian. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ft. Deans Canadian. WINES. LIQrORS AND ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 June 1888

Canadian Free Press. > CANADIAN, TEXAS Mrs. J. Gould rides down town in a Broadway oar and goes shopping afoot Wm, Sherwood, of Baltimore, will go to prison for a year because he stole a Bible. It took ten tons of paper for the new edition of Raskin's "Stones of Venice." Gen. Boulanger has sold the man- uscript of his book on the German invasion tor 940,000. Moody has given $5,000 and Sanky $1,000 toward the new Congregational Charc!t at Northfield. Mass. Miss Amelia Rivers is said to have been offered $30,000 for a new novel by a New York publishing house. Philadelphia is talking of a statue of Roscoe Conkling for Fairmount Park. One citizen offers to contribute $1,000. flbVRiD L. Ripley, professor of Ger- man in Tale, has resigned bis position and will enter upon the banking busi- ness in Boston. In Western military circles Mrs. Howard is a great favorite. She dress- es in a modest fashion, and has unob- trusive manners. A new diamond has been discovered in Wakjra Kavor, in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 June 1888

congressional. ■ : ir w^nrAWT o* proceedings. ^ASHiKetoy; Maj, 25.—Mr. Blair intro- uuced a joint resolution pro dos In jr an amend- ment to the constitution providing that HfL *«ate 8hould ever maintain any law re- specting auj sect or religion, or prohibit lÜÍLi<5ee fx".clSc thereol, and every Mate should establish and maintain a System oí iree public tchools, but that no money raised xby the exaction should «ver be appropriated, applied or given for any ecbool. institution, corporation or person whereby instruction might be given in any ,_octri°5' tenets, beliefs, ceremonies or ob- servations peculiar to any religious sect, ?t a? 9 1 on t*ie table at his own request, After the Introduction of several other bills of ipinor import tbe senate pri cced- eu to the consideration «f the Bouse bill making an approppria- t ion to supply a deficiency in the appropria- tion for the exuenses of collecting the reve- nue from custotnsv Tbe amendment ren^rted T..® commi)iie on appropriations...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 June 1888

itiwiiM) nets '«mb omctal oboan of hemphill court. L i MN fOsr ni FrsprteUr. 91.50 l kil tear; $1 fob six months. strictly ik advance. rCllLIÜIlKD EVERT WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the Postoffice At Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column. $1,50 per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. ^ Locals, first insertion 16c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. ruf a KtMxi Biiatv hum itttii cut ku to | Xiio ilaliíU Weeílj áttws. the Tonsorial Rooms of J. F. Yaeger, Second st.. back of \ an Horn's. i FOR THE CAMPA10n, 50 cents, When you get thirsty and wish a The management of Tiie News an- drink fit for a King do not fail to go nounce that they will receive subscrip- and get a glass of pure apple cider at | tions for the Weekly Edition from now until after the election in November, 1888, for only Fifty Cents. The New# is a splendid 12-page paper, excelled by none in the ...

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