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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 2 August 1888

v,v* J.' r « * y Tu # j **„£_*? A+vm-* , "i," -> . ,. f a ' > ana VOL. l CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES. DRY GOODS NO. 40 £11 Over' the Panhandle. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. WASHINGTON LETTER. Fros oar regular oerrespondent ALMOND, ALEXANDER k CO ^Wholesale iind Retail Dealers in— G rain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND EATS OUTFITTERS k * We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and' are prepared to arive yon Cow Fieires. 3EP0RE BUYING Elsewhere Call í QE íM^No Country Town can Duplicate oi¿r price * canadian, ... $S4M$1HS & S&m DEALKUS IN SLITG3 BOOTS, SHOES & NOTION GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, hats, caps, ladies' ware, _____ Washington, July 23, 18S8. Representatiye Mills wat a proud county ¡s salé to have seventy can I ma* Saturday at he stood up in the didates for publie offlee this foil. House to make a short speech, just Clarendon boast of the model Sunday J before the final vote was taken on .chool oí the Panh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 2 August 1888

-«i ¡U-JL-Í: THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. I — nUBSKAH B. KZlXfLEB, Editor ft Pub' published every thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS' THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. > CONGRESS. - In the Senate on the 23d the conference report on the River and Harbor bill was pre sented and agreed to. The Fisheries treaty was then taken up In open session and Senators Dawes and Stewart spoke in opposition. Ad- journed .... In the House the Senate bill to per- fect the quarantine service of the United States was taken up and passed. District of Columbia business occupied most of the session. The conference report on the bill requiring the Pa- cific roads to construct and operate separate telegraph lines was presented and agreed to and the House adjourned. In the Senate on the 24th the. resolution to print 5.000 additional copie of the report of the Senate Committee on Pensions, on the subject of vetoed pension bills, was taken up, the ques- tion being on Senator Cockrell's amendment to print 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 2 August 1888

^1 mmm > N B V 1 I 1 a > A íí K ? ■ f [V • THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. * ' ' ' i h • * .. \ *.f ; ^ 1 Si ^ TMSBMAN E. MIZABB, Edito* * Pub'*. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT OATVAr>TATSr. - TEXAS. THE OVERLAND TRAIL. Over the sage-brush desert gray—* Thrdugh alkali patches pale, It stretches, away and away and away— The weary Overland Trail. Wbere those who followed have smoothed the path For the track of the iron horse, .Between the rocks and around the hiil3 It threads its sinuous course. And ever the wagon tracks diverge L,fke strands of a parted skein— And anon the old trail straightens out And gathers them in again. Who runs may read as he speeds along, Its record of blood and tears; Way see dim specters, wan and worn— The glrosts of the vanished years. These deep worn ruts that divide the bank At this dry arroyo's brink Still tell of the awful, maddening thirst Of the beasts that rushed to drink; Hushed down to drink, too oft, alas. To iind but a bed of dust, Or here and there...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 2 August 1888

1 t :4 m. ü 0tfe f^nmióm^resuut "Published every Thursday «Morning fREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR ANO PUBLISHER. Entered at the tost Office at Canadian T€*xas, as second elass matter. TfSMS of St'fcscumton" One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " $1.00. DEMOCRATIC CONVEWTION. Fursuant to call a repesentation of Hemphill county'a democracy as HE TRADERS BANK, or CANADIAN, TUi& 1 'AL STOCK) « * lt0,CC0 TRANSACT A GK^Eftlt BANKING BUSINESS. . II Hmtfité Oti embled last Saterday afternoon for the parpóse of appoiating delegates 1 COLLECTIONS" PKÓMPI'LÍ MADE AND REMITTED . jl democratic jouknal. Thcusdat, August 2, 1S88. There tire in Texas more tJwn go,000,000 acres of superior public lands for sale to all actual settlers at from $2 00to $4-00 an acre and on forty years' time at a. low rate of interest^ OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For President- GROVKR CLEVELAND. For Vice-President ALLEN O. THCRMAN. —rw t-im'JM w r*._ _ ANNOUNCEMENTS. Under this head wtll be giren annonnee- (QMts of ctndida...

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

W3 i t .J5 ■ • ám ¡ > í * i I i i1 [t1 f i L & i II) t Ti . 4 ) >, * - T \ COIÜÍTT OFFlCtttÜ. Tm Orfílsetor, ^l?k«oíí tiapdSgr fflifertfr, . O; W AkWS Cturk, i-ti ndjfjtíéi Treasurer, sf. í. OtfiMtí Attorney, B. M- Bakwr A.««Mor, Lewis D4rr áurvoror, W. S. Decker COMMISSIONERS. fffo* Dtetrfot, Samuel Polliud Heeond H G. £. Akbis TWpl •: Fourtil * J. IT Jtndersoti Mn. léante liotmee IraMtptkt Casadla attended tke bul) m la«t friday toíghi Mrs; 5Í, and Itiss Mío* nie Edwards were ítt fíeiff tbfc Sfrring Mi CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL Services ad 11 o'clock a. as. and 8 o'clock p. m. on (2m «?eoad Sunday in each month. W. A. CoorEit, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. ¡Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock pb 9. on tiie llrst Sunday in each month. \V. L. lÍAiuaj , Vastor. PRB8BYTERÍAX. Servioes morning Mtd cTuiinv.of- the third Sunday in each month. Thomas S. Dewing, Pastor. BAPTIST. Service* at ll o'clock a. m and 8 p. at. on the fourth Sunday in fcuch (Bonth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 2 August 1888

democratic campaign flag. H *'For Cleveland, Thurntan and Tariff Be/ortn." for revenue reform. ' « Senator Whiting:, of Illinois, Announce His Determination to Support Mr. Cleve- land — The President Representing a Great Principle—Views of a Life-Long Republican. 41 Men do not make enduring political parties. To earn and retain the confidence of the voters of this country a party must hold principle higher than men." Lorenzo D. Whiting was the speaker. He saw Chicago in 18J8; he came to Tiskilwa fifty years ago; he was the trusted ally of Oweu ¿ovejoy, the abolition,st; again -mid again through eighteen years he was re- turned to the State Senate by Republican rotes. In 1869 in the Illinois Constitutional convention Senator Whiting was the first to introduce a measure looking to the control of corporations by legislative enactment. A man of pronounced ability ana rugged honesty, he is rounditig hts three-scdr#year aud ten rich in the respect of those who laiow him best. Six months a...

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

x. V ( If FIGHT IN THE STRIP. The Bodies of the Woodsdale Vio tima Taken Homo—State Officials THE OKLAHOMA BILL. The Friend^ of the Mea*Tire Speak in Itt, Favor in the House. ; Washington, July 28. — Congressman Burner, of Missouri, who as a member of BARGAINING IN COREA. FREBl 8-foot, French Oliti, Ovml Front, Nickel or Chéáry Cigar Case. Mbr- Some of the Peculiarities of Native Mer- | chants ONLY. R. W. Tan SILL ft Co.,Chicago, chants and Go-Betweens* Every official1 s house is situated in a compound which has its "Ta Moun," Go to Hugoton—Affairs Believed to Be Peaceable in the Rival Cities. The Utgoton Herald's Account of the AJ- fair—Responsibility Por the Slaughter Laid on Sam Woods. jJiberal, Kan., July —The txnlies of Vtit four me>n killorl by the Ffugoton pferty were taken to Voorhees, Stevens County, and, with the wounded boy Ton- jny/ afterward taken to Woodsdale. No further shooting has been reported, but -armed squads of Hugoton and Woodsdale people have been seen by ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 2 August 1888

-~-2 L |(^ • <^¿,.*¡^ BmM nm ***« ^ - •"« & : i i For tlie Campaign, 30 Cent?. The mana «reinen tor I'iik Xnwsannounc hat they will receive subscriptions for the \V( tkly K« lit ion tro ni now until alter the i*it- -iionin November. 1888. for only Hftv TiUk xkws isa splendid 12-page, p;i|H?r. excelled hynone in tJie south we -* and this liberal offer will doubt-less add thousand* of names to its already large Kiib rription lists. Address A. 11. Belo A < >.. r rv)lls!ins. Dallas. rexai. in scndln; á-ibscnptiofi. |1 Vi/! II R, DEANS, Contractor and Builder. I'lans. Moral i< >11* :iu.l Spwillrttfioiji .>rfP;irol ¡ni-1 tiiruNlied tor all kinus o . I Jti-, lirick. Wood or Iron Hiill«Ui jí 01 - .<,rt nolici'. an'I will also suiK'rlntend i jrvibli material an.l la'«or for the con .-'motion an<l iniiii|iltiti«u ol all kin Is o lb! tiding* and Roofs ot Slate. Stiiitgle Í.' n oi Felt. | CANADIAN - • TEX WOMEN IN AUSTRIA. Th« inul* tbt Diinebc Profinots. ▲bout the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 August 1888

w ■ ■ x m-A ■ ■ V :w ira A ) •2* / 1 i i Í" (t .l HU flC.Tr. 'M ] RU . •*; i ^ • •" I !§/ / !W ¡:>. iü i ,& J ¿JT <y VOL 1 CANADIAN HO. 41 B* V«C. S&VWp- ./■"■c-r.'i \ .4. J i \ l-i 2.JL BROTH KitS. s>EALEI£3 IN i y r &*— b ,¡ i? 1 2 I aisr í*ü.: r vr--.« 1 1? I U £ > !¿tiwp A * X n >f } jKAIN AND FLOUR, JOES AND HAT! All Over U «. i* v</ audi®. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FBOMOUS EXCHANGES. W48HÍN6T0H LETTER. From *r ragalar oarresponclent. J lot OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load and are prepared to give you Low Fiarires. BEFORE BEIYINS Elsewhere Call & SET PRISES 'No Country Town can Da-plicate oar price CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS Chiluretsnow lias a iiew:' :iper called the Index. •Tr.scosa wants the county commission- ers to clean up tier str< e: * The Editorial Association will beheld at Amarillo instead ofatF, ^handle City. %• Carson county advert iscc for bids for the construction of a new court-house and jail at Panhandle City, bid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 August 1888

"7^^*- >Tr • •.* Í^IH * •\^-:: V *— %n* ft*-- ^tr 11- if i wftii 11 n 'Hafrr- ;-t(iiMOi'trtTlrpiiti w"**i i | <> l rr^*> •**** . MyNN #.v '*•. - «fkjwK « • W v. -*> | *3; ■■ '" K- I 'i I | ■ I I THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. E. MILLER, Edito* ft Pub'r. published every thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONG RE&3. The Senate on the 30th further consid- ered the Sundry Civil bilL An amendment of- fered by Senator Bowen appropriating $£50,000 for the purpose of investigating the extent to which the arid region of the United States can be redeemed by irrigation was, after debate, adopted. An amendment appropriating 175,000 for a public building at Atchison, Kan., was un- der consideration when the Senate adjourned. After disposing of several motions and com- mittee reports the House went into Committee of the Whole on the Deficiency bill, and when the committee rose the House adjourned. In the Senate on the 31st Mr. Frye re- ported ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 August 1888

■ ti % I \ - m- ^. ) i 4 i a !¡ i f ■J ) !\ h THE CANADIAN CRESCENT, rSBEMAK E. VZLLSS, Editor * FuVr. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS THE MITTEN. Sitnnson Green I bate like smoke, We was arter the same gal. Las' nite in a crowd he spoke, Thar was Zeb, an Cy, an' Al, 144Boys," sez he, *4 I've got a joke On Uziah—Pilkin s Sal Gin him the mitten/* How lie heard it I don*t know. Then they turned their lafs on ms* **Boys," sezl, "what Sim said'a so/* He was tickled, I could see. **Sim 'n I wuz both her beau. Let me tell ye jes' how sho Gin me the mitten. 4iWc wuz thar in one o' them swings At the picnic, Sat'day week, Seemed as if we went on wings Back 'n forruds like a streak; To my arm she up 'n clings With a han' thet I saw peek Through a silk mitten. "♦•Couldn't believe that it wuz me, I wuz sure thet she wuz her. They Quit pushin' us, yit we— We went furder 'n more fur, Jus* like flyin' it seemed to be. An1 my heart all ov a stir With 'at han% 'n mitten I •"Sal," I sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 August 1888

-<• *•*; '*•-?**• ■. ^-hMHAWP"- -v -.. "-«. * :*• *!k*MM9 «jjgpfe ; -«.—V ?**** *** .. V • -•-^ I •• ■ •■-■;rj . - Mi M. . ijPba Ml ( I I t i I I r? i ■ $ \ I •-ÍV :1ljp •: • • - ? .«• ■ - m m ■.■ i-•- HBÉMÉ SK^ .:v- -• í""'- •■ * ~ • - m ¿ SStílfil • 4k ^xmdmrtffns^tui. i Published every Thursday J&ornin, E. MILLER, EDITC3 AKD PUBLISHER. JlL Eutared at the Poet Office at Canadian I'exas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1-50. #ix Months, " $1.00. A DEMOCRATIC JOCKKAL. TlfVKSDAY, August $. lb88. •2T f here are in Texas more tfucn 25,000,000 acres of superior public la,nds for sale to all actual settlers at frvm$2-00 to >$4-00 anacre and on forty years' time at a> low rate of interest- OFR NATIONAL TICKET. For President GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vice-Pref^dent ALLEN G. THCRMAN. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Under this head will be given annoTince- rojflts of candidacy for public office to run «tfwl the election in November next, at the following rater S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 August 1888

- - ' ■ - • - v..*j COUNTY OFFiCEES^ The regalar term of the commie- • Tb ? high wiad Saturday last; aad T*x Colleeter, T. T.*MeGee sioners court will convene at the :faus<kl the court bous*.to le; -a tow- i Sh«rii, tr. Vs A kins court bous# next Mondar. „«/! v? Clerk. J- F. Hopkins ¡ J Jn^aaurer, AHo rn^v. i Jira lac north -boat eight inches ai essor, fmrverotu J.J. GerLiob ¡ The '.rest, bound train now takes for a time it looked danerous, but. | it Ssksr . lVwík birr í dinner at Kiowa instead of Wood- the wind fel] and the building ha -I á ^Wtí^fT ■■ ad:¿a, SB \?y .. ■ ■ ü W. S. Decker ward. Supper is eaten here. First District, 8<"'Oivl " Third " Fourtii " here. j gradually settled back until it isj COMMISSIONERS. __ • Johny Guokert left last Moa day j -early straight again. Sometliiag ] ' "'¿"V. Akins ¡ n««ht for a few «lavs visit among j should be done at onee to protect! i George shnpson his old friends 2nd acquaintances at the building or one of these days a J. M. Ander...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 August 1888

'->• —IhrMMMIf^B" ÍT*T1m Tit Mi ilTtMTtfltfWiiM' Ü'< '* ''■'"MiiTill l'i 1' rl B II ! n1 *>?>• • "^V" '<TV" ~' rC -?c íü ' * ' Wrírrt-jT<MliTrtfc%a5tr -1 ri" v" ' i nwn.'irr.i - 'nfrii ■— s mwtj **•?£■ ><*&■ - -—*3*^ ! ■*r^v?-'v • * v5t'•'':'*&K -"T^fr r' — — &•*'* < - -* -• - '---•■ - ' >s -' '■•- -V- * : ■Vi-'- ORDERED TO STEVENS COUNTY ;■ §E ■ * ü r CONGRESS WAKING UP. ^The Second Regiment of State Troops Or- tiered to Put an End to the Hugoton- Woodsdale War. Topeka, Kan. Aug. 3.—Attorney-General Bradford and General Meyers returned yesterday from Stevens County. They re- port that there are at least 300 men under arms at Hugoton and Woodsdale ready to begin active hostilities at the drop of a hat. Hr. Bradford demanded the dismissal of Short, marshal of Woodsdale, and Robin- son, who holds a like position at Hugoton. As a result of the report of Attorney- General Bradford and General Murray Meyers, Governor Martin ordered the Sec- ond r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 August 1888

* m í 8 f li « « i i i í \ >■ ; ; i i ft > [v DEATH OF SHERIDAN. Tho General of the Army Dies of Heart Failure at Nonquitt, Mass. Remedies ftpfore Successful Fail to Relieve Him—His End Free From Pain. How His Iilnesa Commenced—The Long Fight For Life and Hopes Almost to tbe Last. Nonqvitt, Mass., Aug. 6.—General Sher- idan died at JO:'J0 o'clock last night of his old heart trouble. There began to be signs of heart failure at *9:30, previous to which there had been no unfavorable indication. The General had been somewhat restless on account of the heat,the weather having been warmer than usual, but he seemed gener- ally bright and cheerful yesterday His voice was Strong, he took full nourishment and slept occasionally as usual and the doctors and family were in hopeful spirits. Mrs. Sheridan and the physicians went to STANDING ROCK COUNCIL. Belief That the Sioux Will Sign For a Few Kxtra Rations. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 3.—The reports of VISITED BY INDIANS. A Story of Elizabeth ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 August 1888

' m f: 11 Man 2:11111, Texas. r':e br.rbecuc oh the 1st and St this place was a grand succass— f,jly 5,000 peo;j:« bein^ upon the <rround the first dar, and nearly so many t'aesecon i. ¿Ir. Wells, a 1«- •ra'i chap from Vernon, delirered the best The time uatil two o'clock was occupied by music aid speaking, then dinner. A historical sketch dealing in recorded facts from the Tunisian* purchase in 1803 to the present, showing the status of G .■r county, was given by II. C Sweil. At Co<:v o'eiock th«re w*3 ;♦ mas* masting of the Democrats o 1 he county. Delegate to the ScaU- convcutii.n ut Díalas were chosen in the persoa* of H. C. Street and J. W Kose. Delegates to the Senatoria1 convention at Verno* on the 30th were also selected. Oa tke sscond day the candidate.? i\jv the vxrions county offices made public speeches and presented then claims. Another bij diuner wa« at]v(ísi. At the rouma.nent t i. Greer county Knight, t/dison Car- roll, look in the iirsl prizt with 13 rings' Ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 August 1888

« € V- - «fc 2|fe?í a t i" *! i) i I > Üf v II ? i # « i H. ¿ VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1888. NO. 42 GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DKY GOODS Grain and Floub, BOOTS, SHOES ATO EATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and' are prepared to give yon Low Fieri: WASHINGTON LETTER. Prom our regular correspondent. ires. BEFORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES ffifNo Country Town can Duplicate our price CANADIAN, - - TEXAS. DEALEUS IX- mí mim 3 BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, hats, caps, ladies' ware, And all Articles in the General Dry Goods Line PRICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST!.' demagogism is not like to do the Buying at great Bargains, we defy competition. Our friends are cordially ° ° invited to call, examiné prices and be convinced. . Bargains CANADIAN, Main Street, Washington, August 13, 1888. Senator Fulkner, who has jast re- turned from his home in West Vir- ginia, says Cleveland and Thufman will carry that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 August 1888

X v- t * ;I ' / * x Y irií<M'ÉrfMai% 'i THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. I FREEMAH E. MlIik.CT, Editor ft FnVr. PUBLISHED EVttftY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. When the Senate met on the 6th Mr. Ed- munds offered resolutions in regard to the death of General Sheridan which were adopted, and Mr. Farweli introduced a bill, which was referred, granting Mrs. Sheridan a pension of $5,000. Later a message was received from the President announcing the death of the General, aryl after adopting a resolution appointing a committee of seven Senators to attend the funeral the Senate adjourned—In the House the death of General Sheridan was made known through a message from the President, and Mr. Hooker, of Mississippi, offered resolutions and eulogized the deceased. Messrs. McCutcheon, of Michigan and Grosvenor, of Ohio, also de- livered eulogies. The resolutions were adopted, a committee of seven appointed to attend the funeral and the House a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 August 1888

i a ■■ ' üfiü Af/ERICAN TARIFF LAWS. •I ft - ¿i* * t ■> n .íí [i I I v *.? ; if i it % . i A Completo Historical Review of Ail Acts Relating to the Subject. In answer to numerous inquiries I propose to compile the shortest pos- sible complete history of the American turiir system. The first tariff was passed the 4th of July, 1789, the last one the 3d of March, 1883. Including1 these two there have been fifty-five tariff acts passed in ninety-nine years. Most of them did not make radical changes in the tariff. The tariffs usually considered the most important by historians were passed as follows, and they have all been named, also, as follows: Hamilton tariff 1789 Calhoun tariff v 1816 Í-1 ay tariff ..18^4 Abomination tariff 1828 Compromise tariff 1333 ^ big: tariff.... ...•............ .... .... •• ••«. 1842 "Walklr tariff 1846 Morrill tariff 1861 The general effects of these various tariffs, and of the modifications made in them between times, may be traced in the following- tab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 August 1888

f - 1 . . .« i s •I gíanadwngnsceut. Published every Thursday 3í oí d ing fREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PURLI8HER, Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " $1.00. a democratic journal. Thursday, - August 15, 1888 There are in Texas more than 26,000,000 acres of superior pubUo lands for sale to all actual settlers at' from$2-00to $4-00 anacre and on forty years' time at a. low rate of interest• OUR NATIOXAL TICKET, Govrmor Morehouse at tho last moment refubed to orive a futhcr res- pite to Maxwell the St. Louis mur- derer, in courtesy to the demands of the British goverment, and he was accordingly executed last Friday. This is the last chapter in the cele- brated case which has attracted universal attention on account of a tong delay in carrying put the sen tence of the court. It is a source of congratulation that the Governor did not pay much attention to the demands of the British goverm...

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