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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 July 1888

#.<•; ,-••• 4 . . .' . •'•- r- •- ^?v '*•' - . ,\ - . ECbfS h* ; A Í f I is* •:••. •-V -V @v .3*3' :- '■ M. ■métíMsmb« 'ms k&ivsk- *s® —— « mMm COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge, ' E. E. Polly Sheriff and Tax^Collector, T. T. McG ee Dvputy Sheríñ] Q. W Akins Clerk, J. F. Hopkins Treasurer, J. J. Gcrlach Attorney, B. M. Baker A&*w*or, Lewis Dlrr Surveror. W. S. Decker COMMISSIONERS. First District, Samuel Poll aid Second " G. C. Akins Third i; George Simpson Fourth *{ J. H. Andersou CHURCH DIRECTORY. 5—«■ o . METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Serrice* nt 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. hi. oil the second Sunday in each month. W. A. C'oorER, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. SOUTH. Services at 11 o-clock a. m. and S o'clock p. m. on the first Sunday in each month. W. L. HarriC, Vastor. PKESBYTEKIAN. Services morning raid evening of the third Sunday in each month. Thomas S. Dewing, Pastor. BAPTIST. Services at 11 o'clock a. m and 8 p. m. on the fourth Sunday in each month. 4 J. F. Eldkk, Pastor. UNION...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 July 1888

A PENSION VETO. CLEVELAND AND TAMMANY. Th« President In a Veto Gives His Views on Private Pension Bills* Washington, July 6.—The President, in vetoing another pension bill yesterday, entered upon a consideration of pension legislation generally and sai 1: I can not spell out any principle upon which "the bounty of the Government is bestowed through the instrumentality ©f the flood oí private pension bills that reach me. The theory seem9 to have been adopted that no man who served in the army can be subject to death or impaired health except that they are charge- able to his serviee. Medical theories are set at naught and the most startling relation is claimed between alleged incidents of military service and disability or death. Fatal apoplexy ¿s admitted as the result of Quite insignifi- cant wounds, heart disease is attributed to ohronic diarrhoea, consumption to bernia, and suicide is traced to army service in a wonderfully devious and curious way. Ad- judications of the Pension ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 July 1888

ta* / I Vi w 1 T i > / h - a I fiyfr A DELUGE. A Downpour of Rain Floods the - G. K. Creek Part of Kansas City. Houses Washed From Their Founds tío us and Children Reported Miss- ing:—Narrow Escapes. DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE. Salvation Army Man Drowned at Wash- ington—Two Children Drowned in New Hampshire. Kansas Citt, Mo., July 9.—a terrific raía storm swept down oa the city last nis^bWat ten o'clock and continued for forty inmutes with all the fury of a cloud burst. "Vbousauds of dollars' damage was done, houses wero flooded and washed away along the tortuous channel of O. K. creek, and at one o'clock this morning four chil- dren were reported missing two of them being Ethel and George, children of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Williamson, of Twenty- third street. At this* point O. K. creek was like a mountain torrent. It lifted three frame houses from their foundations and filled them with eight feet of water. A rescuing: party was orgauizei by J. B. Brinkley, oí Twenty-fourth and Vine stree...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 July 1888

*r. MI WWRWWf 'mms- gg- •-■. ¡.I p i í i *• For the Campaign, 50 Cents. !'ite management of 1 nis .NEWSíinnounc ,h:ir ihey will receive subscriptions for the \. coi- i y Edition from now until alter the (-lc/lion in November, 1888, for only Fifty *its. the xkws is a splendid 12-pagc, pa per. excelled l>y none in tne Southwest ",nd tiiis liberal offer will doubtlese add thousands of names to it already large subscription lists. Address A. H. Belo & Co., Publishers,Dallas, Texas, in sending n your subscription. It. DEANS, ¡mirador and Builder. ■ne Brick, TVood or Iron Buildings on * <,rt notice! and will also superintend, fi ruish material and labor tor the ^oon- hv:--action and oompletion of -.1 wadsmm Buildings :ind Roofs of feiate, b.-in^e, Iron or 1 elt. C?AíÍ ABIAH ■ ■ Correspondence. Tl: r-r- ~7.~jx M ¡3 Attorney office in Free Press Snfi£iH£. CAB ADIAS, - TESAS d f' « \J 8 mm shop. JAT.E YjE&KR, Piop'r. For a clean-Shave, A smooth Hair out, A lie© Shampoo. EOT and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 July 1888

.."'YA- ¿ .f ■-■if V-- &$m?- ! NO. 88 í ¿'&Í "FÜEW GERLAC 4.% t*¿ /DEJLLE&S IIS | S?A6^0 AH D FIGTIUSa G USA FED *HOM CUE EXCHASTQm 1A r u Grain v ) t i * and Flour OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by €ar and" are — i3 —- — ots ow jfisrares. rn IN THE Lipscomb county has oaly one prisoner ia her jail at present. Ochiltree county is still restless and áe- «lares she wants to organize. 90 cars af cattle ware recently shipped from Panhandle City in two days. Robert* jaunty will now be quiet s.nd not again aktlaaptorganh: i:o n until next rear. V The new books and bknirs for the yV 'r ferentcounty officers in Gaiaon county ar- rived last Y 'i«k. JAIL MATTER. 'he Allegation made by the Plain- tiffs in 'b^rfatition. FLOUR ilND COAL. Last Thursday morning, Griggs-1 LA HQS STOCK AL W AX S "by & Houston, attorney on behalf j OJf SAND- of the plaintiffs, went befare Jfcdge WÍ11Í3 at Mofe ««I it and filed a peti-I CA2TADIATV, — TBXAS. tion for an injunction against K. E. *s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 July 1888

> ' ■; W 5--: ¿ás 4 B - 4;.. iV m ■..---. W^Mt SS9 ; 3r« _i%- -o, .. .. L - , ' .. ' * . #. p - - ? pr ' Vi*' ' - - ■\r ■> y ' '": 5S*. iinp ? • "* "V >•--' •V," ~ -- . SU xy - * ' ^^erStS - H V , \ gfiiSg life ' *v *v Í r I ,\ ft*. I THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. E. KILLZB, Editor * puto'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THUIiSDAT AT OA N ADÍAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. &&s. -"■* SLif CONGRESS. I* thrt Senate on tti«- 9th Senator Stewart «.poke against the frequency of pension vetoes and Senator Vest defended the President's acts, rhe Senate then took up the bill to amend the Inter-State law, and after some discussion the oill passed. ^ Several bridge bills passed, and after an executive session the Senate ad- journed ... In the House a resolution by Mr. Adams, of Illinois, requiring the special com- mitted appointed to investigate trusts to report, and a resolution by Mr. Ford, of Michigan, for a special committee to inquire into excessive immigration (re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 July 1888

-• -, - m *■ Í ■ \. THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. w V jJI5 11 11 ¡i \ I U H I) i. i j I * f !' ¿ \ \% i * /f m I) > II 7 nEEMAV £. KXLLEB, Editor ft Pub'r. published every thursday at <y\ ADÍAN. - TEXAS. MY LOVE. She's just a little blue-eyed maid, With dimpled cheek and chin, And lips as red as berries when Midsummer days begin. Her hair is sanl gtot sifted fine. And blown this way and that, And as she runs she tucks in vain Heaven's gold beneath her hat. Oft lies her little soft white hand In mine, and by some way O erarched with murmuring leaves we walk At close of summer day. Sometimes she lifts her wond'ring face Ch ldwise (she is but seven). And asks large questions, as they do Who lately are from Heaven. And then away she lightly skims To chase a butterfly, Or pluck a dreamy violet, Enamored of the sky. Oh, how I love this little maid! And does she love me? Ah! Answer—soft arms around my neck, Arid lips that lisp 4k papa.1' —Jumes Buckhan¡ in Harper's Young People. COLONEL MON...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 July 1888

,r i e : V Í&X - Sr vv~.-k:- v:;st* !,--«^:¡«Bb!, - «•• Í AÍ^íhhH •5£3fc!r fáS'T • •v - v - HH I _, _ f.u- ¿k pZ-yTJ &££' <r f.iJ-M- "í: \M It AH- iVf'k- K m !?« ■ i 1 Ü .'í f I \ ÉÉpp^H BP!' t¡m, -. Kfr:?í ■•,£ .' 3' • - Egg ~ • * ~ / I I - ¿9£BP Ktv .,'••>* . * 'T; -" . | r i !3W *■' ESÉKí ■ ""y / V í \\ \\ k : -: \ 7 I I H § \ gg€£& n| 11 |K fe flp \ \ VA y ': ■:■ / %*M m i** K(< S ?• r '" .^«'•';-..- 'tí } .: s, v MBBWÜ S . * <*££. J* ^ V v y .• ■ .:-■ áeí&jéJ V?p*Sfc.'.--\: ; • - . • • ' " • " " jr ; ' «, . J ? -v . . - ;V¡? * V■ - = - ■! v>V •■ '•í;t ■ ; ^ > " • •. '' |v ; h • I- v: • 5- ^ ^ v?/". ' ^ :, ^ ;■/' • : J > i? - ' • :- * ?¥*? ^-1- ' ^ 5 pi - - J,j .' ' ^ >-• , "i * « Wf § és¿* íf * i V*yt ?t r? t H f- & £É£iÍ CÁn 2523SK F«%)i*k«i every Tkurwlaj Kcraing FfiEEHM. £. tJIllER, EDITOR WD PUBLISHER- ?_*'% *á at M Pos: ClTiC^ a T«m, tt w«o íl Kiatter. Politics oül local oílleeá eesKis to be making a deter mined ©ífort to break i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 July 1888

y }) i f íi 11 I i t f. t i! * ti |«* j. 14 i ■ I \ ) h fv i \l íi J? >. A,.í. r %v m '•i COUNTY OFFICERS. «. £- tad Tax Collector, T. T. M«Om Il&arift; «. W Aktra J. y. Hopkins ufsrar, J. J. Gerl&eli % B. M. Bailar &£Sr«e4T m Lewis Dirr W. S. Deckar irr^ren. COMMISSIONERS. Ffcst District, £ai tt$l Polhud 4* G. C. Aktns 1viM 14 <£aorg$ símpeos Fo*?& ° J. S. Andoreon For & good ehave and hair eut go io the Tonsorial Epocas of J. P "Xme- ger, Mí-,ía street, Canadian. A cr.se of alleged wife beating occupied the attention of the Jusu.cc court Monday, Fined $5 and costs. M. W. H^vs in lends to «o^racnc-e / the erection of Lis contemplated business buiklinp on main street at a iOlue. Dr. Jes*op found a purse Tuesday contain!n~ a small sum which the owner can haye by describing the same. "To build or not to build, that is the question/ which most sli s the minds of thej&.l contractors at present.' An ia teres! ins communication C-7 fi'OBi Lipscomb county is '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 July 1888

'" V ■ .•j / '• *# rij. * ' i ! . :JT 9*. ■ *f' .I-'ÍT •T"i "*V SÍ IS? \ - ' '* ;v gSIsragH w wm •? ..t> " fS ■!w5s?%," - *,%%**■ %1.' i ¿i- * >*• i * v ANOTHER WRECK Disaster on the Virginia Midland—Eight Person Killed and Many Injured. Alexandria, Va., July 13.—About two dies south of Orange, on the Virginia idland railway, is a trestle forty-eight high, which was known to be weak ajid the railway company was engaged in djling it in. Early yesterday morning the tábrough Southern train, going at a speed of six miles, began crossing the trestle un- der regular orders. The engine had passed safely over most of the trestle when the <Htnoking, mail, baggage and express cars %yent down with a great crash, a distance of fifteen feet, dragging down the engine cttid tender and two passenger coaches. Two sleepers remained on the trestle. The engine went down pilot foremost, thus communicating no fire to the wreck. All lights were extinguished in the fall. The dead and some of the w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 July 1888

WWmS'- 7 122 4 . «V; Sp r y~ '.' £ T ssp^® fi ) I I • 1 i* ; ,) > nm* i REID BURNED OUT. Whitelaw Reid's Magnificent Resi- dence Destroyed by Pire—Loss, $500,000. Terrible Naphtha Explosion In Ken- tucky—Six Men Drowned Near CaJgMrry. Three Fishermen Drowned Hear Balti- more—Bailroad Accidents and Other Mishaps. wnite Plains, N. Y., July 10.—Fire broke out in the old Ben Holiida\r stone mansion, on the Ophyr farm, about three miles from this place, now owned by Whitelaw Reid, of the Tribune. The build- ing was one of the famous landmarks in West Chester County, having been stand- ing for over 200 years. Last year Mr. Rerd purchased the place from th3 estate of John Roche, and commenced the refitting of the interior upon a magnificent scale. The fining room, 50x23 feet,was finished in hardwood with heavy carving over the doors of clusters of fruits and various kinds of gamo. The frescoing of the fourteen rooms on the first floor were magnificent. There were in all fifty- four larg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 July 1888

32* e§?*£8tiáfrr' ür ;'?• X^WvkV.V. y v ■ , - s¿s¡¿ #?#W: gg^íai 'P*J rt#vr'f ■ '• •■wppj®a§iff - • V • • •. . . • • - • >. V , ^ • . ■' • :, . ' "-. 7 • ' ' •: •• •'•; • \ ? •■ í4 - • * • *l- ?" ' ■ ■ -i -.' / X - ■' • * i ; - ' ¿ Y ' ■ ; V' V ■ v — :; " ;■• ; Sppg ;I {i i 1 I I 'I 1 r t* > Sü §6 \r*- a - fe i SÜ ' m-'A ip Í£m ■ Kfl ? ÉÉ Fot tfc« Campaign. 50 Cents. The ta rna.v'xsect ofTKH^wsanndunc tfer * I ** will rfofive euteoriptío: iorthe WeeKlj EciUIonfrora now until «i<=rtbe paction la Noveaiher, 18v3,ior only Ii .} Cents. the .vkws is a spl?adid 12-p«ge, -..nor. e:>: 2eUe:t *7none ia ta rJcuthweEt itntl ti.'a liberal oftr will donbtiess at.d aaascs t* i:« already large Rnbiwiptíon lists. Address A. II. dúo & Co., Publishers. d dU-, in senoiag 'n \'ov.r subscription. F JL . c DBA N WS, Coassior« líitósr. prewe«l taé ture * * £ r all. m* * Stone, S-i.'.'f, •* 3 „ shot aotítw. «M ^ H* ^ (umiak *ai.r;*l an4 UHr .tr c ^ ^ stn-.V.et sa* M yWa, ig&agLfc IvuiWi...

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

!,A ■w *■ fj ti w sLJ*.' M k> E II •A- ;■ ! I h * K lit / ! ' V ) > mm?.*- VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 26, 1888. GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DKY GOODS Grain and Flour, 3.11 Over the Panhandle. Lipscomb County. FA02B AND FIGUEE3 GLEANED FROM OXTE EXCHANGES. ? OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain hj Car Load lo t and are prepared to srive yen Low Fig ir&a. 2SF0RE BJYINS Elsewhro Call & GST PRICES • ' ^ rrt ' * $W*Nó Country Town- can BiijiUcate diir p> i'6e ÓÁÍ3ADÍAM, - - TEXAS. lilis m ©uTmw, v yW DEALERS IN— m 9 9 BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS GEHTS' FUEMISEIHG 600SS, IIATS, CAPS, LADIES' WARS, And all Articles la the General Dry Goods Line PRICES LOWER Ti IA N THE LOWEST! ¡ ««. „«« «¿"¿¿I . • Buying at gircitt Bargains , we dor/ competition. Our friends are cordially mms- Far well gets mail tri-weekly now. A fast mail route wlll^bortly be put in on the Ft. Worth & Deliver railroad. Oldham county's jai j 5s now supplied with water from the ne...

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

mmm - faiicrriii, s^^ (iT ^:. ^- t i' w4S THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. TBSEMAV E. MILX.EB, Editor ft Fub'r. published every thursday at CAxNADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WOBLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. congress. In the Senate on the 16th the House Joint resolution passed electing Colonel Harris, of Ohio. General Martin, of Kansas, and General Hartranf, of Pennsylvania, managers of the Na- tional Soldiers' Homes to fill vacancies. The bill appropriating 25,000 to erect a monument in the city of Louisville, Ky.,to General George Rogers Clark, in recognition of his services in tt.e con- quest of the Northwest Territory passed after a number of Senators had spoken of the great deeds of the Revolutionary hero. The Fish- eries treaty was then further discussed, after which the Senate adjourned—In the House the Tariff bill again had the right of way and after a long talk the wool clause, as reported by the committee, was adopted by a vote of r<¿0 to 10e„ The bill was further debated, pending...

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

¿ I ] I [11 ) y > t, i ¿i HISTORICAL FACTS. The Inconsistent Course of the Opposition on the High Protection Issue. The Republican declaration of a high and increasing tariff tax recalls the fact that now for the first time high protection is made the Republican shib- boleth. The party sprang from the absorbing issue of slavery, and its pur- pose was to withstand the extension of slavery into the Territories. The plat- form of 1856 was devoted to this ques- tion. The platform of 1860, upon which the party came into power, was also primarily and chiefly devoted to the various aspects of the question of slav- ery, the Union, the rights of the States, etc., and was composed of seventeen sections. The first section saidi " That while providing revenue for the sup- port oí the general Government by duties upon imports, sound policy requires snch an adjust- ment of these imposts as to encourage the de- velopment of the industrial interests of the whole country; and we commend the polic...

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

rpiBBi ítyf $¿*nadinn$resi¡ent. Published every Thursday .Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AitD PUBLISHER. £mt€re<* sit the Poit Oflic« sit Canadian Texts, aiiecofld claas matter. The Panhandle still faces glory- ward. Lot her boom! of Subscription: One Tear, in adrance, $1.50. Six Months, " $1.00. A DEMOCRATIC JOCKXAL. TSCRSBAT, JULY 20, 18S8. There are in Texas more iiian iOtOQOjOOO cier%$ oj superior public lands for sa\e to all actual sett lei's a t from$2-00to $£ 00 anacre and eit forty v tars' time at m low rat* of interest- OffR NATIONAL TICKET. We hfeve lately received severa] letters and circulars, without any o\ Uncle Sam's shin-plasters cont iine^ therein, in which some poor mis guided wretch was trying to make out that he was a candidate and hi* platform was so and st> or a little more so if anything. Now how these fellows can expect a newspaper t< have judicial knowledge of them i¡- somelhing more than we can tell The spirit of trusting confidence an< subl...

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

- ' •.. * .• f ; -- r >. - - r¿- E - v v i I \ I B ' * I' «J IW / i i \ I | Ut I COUNTY OFFICERS. J*%e, E. E. Polly Sheriff an.l Tax Collector, T. T. LicGee Deputy Sheriff^ G. VV Aklr.s Ofcirk. J. J \ Hopkins Treasurer, J.J. Geriach 'Attorney, j>._M. Baker Assessor. Lewis Dlrr Sarveror. W. tí. Deckw COMMISSIONERS. Flrei Pi: trict, Samuel Polhud Second k% 0-. C. Akins Third k* George slmpson Fonrlh " J. H Anderson George R. Tirams ofTimms city ^as :n town Tuesday last. Ml 3 Lluie Verm.jy returne 1 Mon Tho Loase Law. fl n vi * r *;:n an extended vislí, t7lu) CHURCH DIRECTORY. friends at Mai mi and Mobeetie. A dance will be snven at the o I school-hou3e tomorrow night. A good time is expected for all who come. V. oik cn the tvrick yard is now gv lag steacl i forward. and several M ETKODIST EPISCOPAL. Services ;it 11 o'alock a- n. an¿ 8 &>loek p. m. on ti second Sunday in each month. VV. A. Coopeií, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH, standees at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'cl...

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

m VIRTUALLY A PRISONER. f. ir The Dowager Empress Victoria of Ger- many Virtually a Prisoner at Frederichs- kron—The Means Used by Emperor Will- iam and Bismarck to Secure Certain State Papers* London, July 16.—A Berlin correspon- dent throws some light upon the story that the Empress Dowager Victoria is virtually a prisoner. Although she is not under lock and key, she is so surrounded by officials and soldiers of the court as not to be free. It appears that certain state papers have disappeared. They are reports sent in from St. Petersburg, Vi- enna and London by the German military attaches there, and these papers were at Friederichskron on the evening of the Emperor's death. They disappeared,how- ever, the next day. Besides this, a certain political testament of Emperor Frederick ¿as been sent to London, and its return is especially desired. All attempts to re- cover these papers thus far have been in ~vain. Emperor William has sent in turn all of his Ministers to his mother for ...

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

\'p. / í K f LUMBERMEN DEAD. Fourteen Canadian Lumbermen on & Drunken Frolic Perish in the Mattawan Rapids—Ten Trainmen Killed By an Accident on a Vir- ginia Railroad—Fonr Of a Family Drowned in Massachusetts—■ Four Drowned in Minnesota—-Minen Killed in California. Three Rivers, Que., July 23.—A voya- geur, just arrived here, brings tidings of a dreadful drowning accident to a party of lumbermen, of which he was a member. The drowning occurred, he states, on the Mattawan river, which enters the St. Maurice some fifty or sixty miles above Pines, a post on the St. Maurice, twenty miles or so from this place. The narrator formed one of a gang of forty or fifty who were engaged on the log drive for one of the lumber firms doing business here. About three weeks ago the drive was at '. ne of the rapids on the Mattawan, and the men had procured some whisky from the canteen. With this they got exhil- arated, and in a drunken freak decided to sun the rapids. Accordingly one of the log-dr...

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

¡; fl \ > • y -•. as *■ —aagU—WHi.'jriri'i ia> sr*r3CJesxs+T*zf mesa EJAM I \ For the Campaign, 50 Cents. The in anngement of The jfEwsannounc h i'.? hey will receive subscriptions for the Weekly Edition from now until alter the i-lectionlJiXovembrr, 183S,for only Fifty Outs, tdk nk>Vs U :t splendid 1 "2-page, j -• (>v:'-oHed by none m tne Southwest I M ? ' Í ' i * " v * ailil The State Kleci!oiis. ! w.ú 11:5.- lib"'!id offir.' wUl donhtleca ^!|t]■. rf nur.irs to its iUreuuv luii^t* .sulvvripfom list-- Address A. II. Kelo & <o.. I'liblishers, pal bis. rexac, in sending n your sitbscríp ion. 3 JCL^- hM¿Ha ?¿b«4 n'•L 0i V; *'V v t)r *4 an i Bp U- cí¿ ti o a,* Pisns *><*' ** w* legislature and congM t>re*-«ivd Ksu iiiruMiv^ lot mi sp*..? t*. -= . ; lirh-k. \\'oi>ñ or iron Tlalldiiv^s o/i( iuy, Nov. (>. i . i' '"'i. •'í'í> it n^i will íMrto stijíCHxitwl /"'i i *iii <- • • * ., „/ ,w for iHii <m)'i Colorado will elcct pi • < ;.*r.Uh UJütírria...

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