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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 February 1888

J. t * I ) i u, * * w Hi eace. • Cresswell Notes. Weather is cool. A. r. Cutter is painting L. El. -iott's building. We are to have a newspaper at an early date. ,MUs Mai7 Whippg, of J ndiana, is visiting her brother Ed. . A. B. Klapp and W. F. Hancock are at Mobeetie this week on busi- 21688. E- L. Whippswas at Higgins this week to meet his sisters, and brought a load of freight for Klapp Bros. J. W, Burns and J. Seitz haye gone to Higgins after lumber. Still the lumber comes, and Cresswell is sure to be a noted city of the Pan- handle. A Sunday School was organized last Sunday with a large attendance. A good capable set of officers was elected, who will endeavor to make the school a success. A post .office has been established here and will be in operation as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made. C. R Cutter was appoint- ed post-master. In the future our name will be spelled Cresswell instead of Ares- well as was formerly done. . X. Y. Missouri Flat. It is so seldom that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 February 1888

7-^7? ' If ■" r' . • '.Tf' I THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. PRBBlffAH E. MILI. EE, Editor * Pub'r. PUBLISHED EVE It Y THÜESDAT AT CAN API AlSfJ - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. When the Senate met on the 13th the desk of Mr. Riddleberger contained a large and handsome floral harp which had been placed there by the Irish Clan-na-Gael as a recogni- tion of his fight against secret sessions and the British extradition treaty. Mr. Vest again spoke npon the fallacy and extravagance of printing so many1 useless public documents. When the Blair Educational bill was reached Mr. Plumb addressed the Senate in opposition to it. The resolution in regard to the alleged inefficiency of the mail service in certain locali- ties was debated at some length, and after passing a few bills the Senate adjourned — Un- der the call of States in the House many bills and resolutions were introduced. The bill to punish the advertising of lottery tickets in the District of Columbia was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 February 1888

<r* <k %: m. r n * ) V- t n Í.Í K: If í up IN .. ^ ..... : * V ••• ¿- * ■ - ívá'jfr38?>? §£--"'"'■•'«• v' c'~-- > -"-j ' > -: - " ¿ £ ' .-, :*■'■'% y: ■•'. 4;: *" v ; • c ' . ,\ mm EKjB |3iS®p|( " %1Í¡ÉÉÉ vM THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. > B. MULEB, Editor k Pab'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. AT "THE LITERARY." Folks in town, I reckon, thinks They git all the fun they air Ruunin' loose 'round!—but, 'y jinks! We got fun, and fun to spare, Kight out here amongst the ash And oak timber ever'where! Some folks else kin cut a dash * Sides towu-people, don't fergitl— 'Specially in winter-time, When they *s snow, and roads is fit. In them circumstances I'm Resignated to my lot— "Which puts me in mind o' what 'S called "The Literary." TTs folks in the country sees Lots o' fun!—Take spellin'-school; Er ole hoe-down jamborees; Er revivals: er ef you '11 Tackle taffy-pullin's you Kin git fun, and quite a few!— Same with huslcin s. But all these Kind o1 frolics they...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 February 1888

- "• - fM '■ ■ f W W m: -v " ••■ ^ * '->; mM. 3-/~ fckl * s ' „' jr " ■ •• , ■ .";' ■ ' -i.. - The greatest Country ef the New South-wc-t, ^m:mi % ;r ■ iSaBB ® - ;i:. - gs ¡N&S ** • - '-- - ■• , AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—A COUN- TY IN POPULATION. HEMPHILL COUNTY i I ts Resources J IN SOIL AND PRODUC- TIONS. THE BANNER COUNTY Canadian, the County- Seat and the Largest Panhandle Town. HAS A GOOD LOCATION AND SU PERIOR SURROUNDINGS. THE LAUD FOB A MAN WITH \ SMALL MEANS* The Place f#r New Homes and Ex- cellent Investments. THE PAN HA* DLE. The Panhandle comprises all that vast region of country lying south of the Neu- tral Strip and between Indian Territory and New Mexico. It contains twenty- «eren counties of which only six are or- ganized at present, It is about 160 miles Ff|uare, but a little longer north and south than east and west. Within this vast re- gion is found every variety of soil, surface ¿;<nd productions. The surface varies from the brakes and sand hills in the east...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 1 March 1888

itoá - Y' vol. 1 canadian, texas, thursday NO. 18 L* E. Finch, President F. S. Lokd, Cashier IIeshy Hamburg, Vice-Pres the traders bank, OiP CANADIAN, TEX.VS. CAPITAL STOCK, .... —o— I 850,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. O COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE AND REMITTED * CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. The Only Bank doing an exclusit: banking business in tha Panhandle* 0' I he interests of customers are closely jnariled. an<l every facility compatable with principles of sountt T anking freely extended. JL Correspoxdrnts: National Park B ii k of New York, National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Merchants' and Planters' N: ;i jnalBank, Sherman, Texas. d) sectors : HENRY HAMBURG, JUDGE j RANK WILLIS, ROBERT MOODY, L.E. FINCH, O.H.NELSON, ERED S. LORD. OCHÍ Local Items Calculated to Amuse Instruct and Entertain our Readers. Preaching next Sunday. A new restaurant in town now. T. W.Wilson spent Sunday iif Higgitfs. % GERLACH BROS. & CO. ( DEALERS IN ) GROCERIES, DRY GOODS Gr ain and Flour,...

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

«A. , wsgjumrawMii—' i IS IT TASCOTT? Arrest of a Alan in Missouri Supposed to bo the Murderer of the Chicago Millionaire Snell. Lebanon, Mo., Feb. 24.—Sheriff Goodali, of this city, received a dispatch Wednes- day from Sheriff Ehlers, of Franklin Coun- ty, stating that a man supposed to be Wil- liam B. Tascott, the much wanted Chicago murderer, was on the high road leading from St. Louis to Springfield. Sentinels were posted at all the approaches to the oity from the east, and after an eighteen hours vigil a team of spotted ponies driven by a man in an open buggy and accompa- nied by a woman, was sighted and duly reported to the sheriff, who, mounting his horse, hastened to personally shadow them to the city. The pair drove to the Laclede Hotel, alighted and after giving the team into the hands of a porter, repaired to the hotel office and registered as Walter B. Land and wife, of Harper, Kan. The man was then arrested and taken to a room and made to strip himself. , The printed de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 1 March 1888

n vi M W * ) btjblington strike. Strike of the Engineers and Fire- men of the F/uriinírton System Ordered. Bellifir'^renfc Feeling of tho Men—No Attempt to be Madtf to Run Freight. Much Inconvenience to Suburban Passen- ger Traffic—Efforts to Engage New Men. Chicago, Feb. 27.—Four o'clock this morning is the hour officially announced as the time for the great strike on the Chica- go, Burliugton ¿fe Quincy railroad. Yester- day morning S. E. Hoge, chairman of tho relief committee of the Brotherhood of Lo- comotive Engineers, working on the sys- tem. and J. II. Murphy, chairman of the grievance committee of the firemen, called on General Manager Stone at ttie compa- ny's office and gave him verbal notice that unless their demands were acquiesced in the men would striko at four o'clock next morning. Hoge said that tiiey had had suf- ficient advices from men along the line to warrant them in taking tho step. Ke then stated what the men wanted,and Stone hear- ing him through,replied that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 1 March 1888

I ill (£;itiadian §¡rtsi¡eut. 'pijI«|o\'h| v f1!**irs l? v Morn i n * tising the Panhandle. Mr. Arnold offered the following resolution which was adopted. K* so v«%J, 7tN«yh)3 cnnvon'ii n ton d« rs *n Tfir v*.!*, :• tfl ;•%'üe. «'-i. prftpie of | ** < st iieiii .V foi «nr. i men hm.m net i .a i'l-'-'K" iui A ÍLli£\ÍÁ.'Í. £. rJlLLLli, tUHUIUTn^Ya.tiriT^ cff.nU in j.«-ov rj r.¿ tor thr A. , , . j.^om!ur<-and welfare of her guefta here AnU I UDLiO!1CU« ! psct.il*hied* aud uie -kind ho-p laihy *x- tended l«w celejiaiud vtijU *>.v\ty GALVESTON OR DALLAS WEEKLY Vttrf> VSÍS jhutered at the Tost at Canadian Texas, as second ciass matter. Trusts or Svbscuivtíos: (jae Year, in advance, $1.50. bix Month , fi $1.00. TULfiUiDAY, - i, IbbS. m¿Mr* There are itt Texas more than, 25,000,000 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 <cc low rate of interest- ^ ■ I ■! II ■ ■ I ■ ■ * THE SECON!) BAY! WHAT T...

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

mm my-- i ■ i' Jt ) > T> come Addres3. helivered bt freeman e. miller t ) the pan1iakdle press associa- te*, at canadian, february 22, 138-i; published by its request Almost forty years ago, Wendell PuiUips; the matchless orator, while l^dresjiit^ a hooting rabble in Íhíl- 4 télpliíá, paüs&i for ¿ ifídmeiít aiidj pointing his quivering finger at the reporters' gallery, shouted to the wild mob baljw: "Howlon! I am talking tu thirty millions of people," Well, indeed, was it for him to thus publicly admit thegrcatest factoría the dissemination of modern thought the circulation of lofty ideas and the multiplication of knowledge. The Press transforms pygmies into giants and scatters growing infor mation among the hedges and the tyy ways of mankind; With all its manifold blcasi(ngs, it has written in the annals of the world ¿itch Chap- ters of magaificent history ¿is Udfct bloomed in the proudest dreams of ancient times. It sows the seeds of thought in every home. The elo quence...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 1 March 1888

m m THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ¡i" k-V. 1 I: i. nUBEUAN 15. BKIZiIiZ:&v Editor fc Pnb'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary pf the Daily News. CONGRESS. When the Senate met on the 30th bills were reported and placed on the calendar. The bill to incorporate a Washington City cable road was taken up when Senator Edmunds, "in or- der to place Senators on record as to the di- rect tariff question," moved an amendment that the rails used shall be of Amer- ican manufacture which was adopted by a vote of 25 to 17. After an executive ses- sion the Senate adjourned In the Hocse business of a routine character was transacted. After a long a&d uninteresting debate upon the motion to suspend the rules and pass the Senate joint resolution to extend the day of inaugura- tion from March 4 to April 30 and the defeat of tibe motion, the House adjourned. After committees reported in the Senate on the 21st the bill to incorporate the Washing- ton Electric Ca...

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

i——— '•••' -v ■' I. K '■ ■ k'V [i / ) 1 ll 1 THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. — • rBTTRKAH E. XZLLEB, Editor * Pub'r. • PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. I WONDER, 1 wonder if editors ever Find comfort, content and calm In dreaming- that their subscribers Are blessed with an open palm? J wonder if editors ever See visions of crowns of fame Rise out of the lamplight's flicker For their eager hands to claim? I wonder if editors ever Get rich, like other men Who glean in different meadows And use a different pen? J wonder if editors ever Are happy as others are Who walk in a golden garden Under a silvery star? I wonder if editors ever Lay down their pencil or pen .And wish, in the midnight silence, They need not be used again? I wonder if editors ever, Or ever a writer, penned A line for which he was sorry, Whether of foeman or friend? I wonder if editors ever Go roaming in bowers of bliss? I'm sure if they do, their footsteps Are in other worlds thaa this. — TV. E. rubor, in Nation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 1 March 1888

mmiiu 1 If ill C k; e: i y The Panhandle! The greatest Country if the New South-west, in none of its parts is any longer to suffer from lack of railway facilities for travel. a will watered region. T1 lis vast region is well watered, and in AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—A COUK- TY IN POPULATION. HEMPHILL C0UN1Y I ts Resources J IJV4 SOIL AND PRODUC- TIONS- THE BANNER COUNTY Canadian, the Countv- Seat and the Largest Panhandle Town HAS A GOOD LOCATION AND SU- PERIOR SURROUNDINGS. THE LAND FOB A MAN WITH 8MALL MEANS. •The Place f#r Naw Homes and Ex- cellent Investments. the pahhaidle. •The Panhandle comprises all that v.'iist region of country lying south of the Neu- tral Strip and between Indian Territory and New Mexico. It contains twenty- seven counties of which only six are or- ganized at present. It is about 1G0 miles square, but a little longer north and south than east and west. Within this vast re- gion is found every variety of soil, surface and productions. The surface varies from the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 8 March 1888

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

riff'Sryi ss THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. FREEMAN E. UILLSB, Editor fc Fnb'r. publisitkd every thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LAR0E. ■ gj < Summary of th« Daily Newa CONGRESS. A bill was reported in the Senate on the 27th abolishing the office oí Surveyor-General for the district of Nebraska and Iowa. The Senate then took up the bill incorporating the Nicaragua Canal and after some debate passed it by a vote of 38 to 15. The Total Dis- ability Pension bill was then taken up and de- bated at length. Senator Plumb introduced a bill for public buildings at Lawrence and Kan- sas City, Kan. Adjourned—In the House the resolution directing an inquiry into the circular issued by Commissioner Black requiring certain pension claimants to perfcct the prosecution of their claims within 100 days was tabled. Bills and resolutions were introduced. After trans- acting business pertaining to the District of Columbia a testimonial of respect in memory of the late W W. Corcoran was placed on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 8 March 1888

y F t i* i iil H: - rl j . THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. m ™BMAH E. XILLEX, Editor * Pub'r. —— • PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Canadian. - texas. THE RIVER OF DREAMS. There's a river that Hows to a lullaby song, That never was set to an earthly tune; There the days are bright, and the years are long, Forever summer., and always June; And the lisht of the morning athwart it streams, And we 'call it the beautiful River of Dreams. Ah! never a mortal foot hath prest Its shining borders, so green and low; But over its deep, untroubled breast The fair lost fleets of the long ago— Youth's argosies, by the sweet winds blown- Sail softly on to the port Unknown. For the vanished joys of our lives are there— The glad bright things that were ours of old, Ere the blight of sorrow, the canker care, ílad dulled and tarnished their virgin gold- Had burned to ashes the hope and trust Of the loves and faiths that are dead and dust. In mist and shadow is hidden aye The path that leads to the river side; And on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 8 March 1888

sÉSSev.-S^fí;. ¿&i--j^r&?..M'^-":&->. & m i<¡ ;•' • , ¡. >-?á> •/ ík-r^z2"' •I-.: *&Üf pswf :■ féífeS n ; *• ^ v ^ ¿jt^ír • |" "^rí':";^' |¡|Í*SpSSíf^fc§?? ' Ví*í-: "«•■- '-' J£; , - * V, ,«f ¿•■'i.;^ ' '"V ' •:Sfí,V- ■:./' '*.'-. ■'-" .,''"''-* ■ " ■. í - ,'.... - •*.•; • -s yi1 • r . « v - ; Úl/íiUiidlan ¡kr ese tul. c&r¿> €£ ♦-- ' Pubt islu (1 every Thursday Morning • •* fBEEMAN. E. MILLER, ED1Í0H AMj r'UbUSHtK. Entered rae Pos? OilI, 'J.'c-i.-.á. Uó MÍOJild el at Canaa'a matter. TE.ÍMS OF óbiiáCHirrioN: Ouü Year, iu uavauce, $L50. Six Months, " $1.00 f«>$t from one-third to one lia th¿ir numbers an I cattle there ar< still drizar f:om tha effects of t)ii> disease contracted last summer. To a small stock-farmer such a loss i fatal. Improved stock is only th* 1 •' more susceptible. An ounce oi prevention in this case is wort! mm? llrtn a pound of cure, and on: people should be awake to thei: i n te rests be fo re too 1 at e. Thursday...

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

Lf ' lit v > ■ Csrraspondeoce. Lipscomb County, wants new fenge am. Mangum^Greer Co., Texas, As much is being said and done Tlie people here are rather a bo vé the average in intellectual and mus ical culture. In *he 7K neighbor- hood vvi*Uisi * rndies of four miles . . j . . i are three organs and one piano, to induce immigration, allow meto i ? r • i I ° ' I whiie the music fur social occasions i suggestions. I have í « i v i- «. , * , °^ j and public gatherings is rendered or á.j years and am j ;i wej¡ egotUtical GnoughSto think" that 11 u «* i mak a few been i a Tex is t>- Q~ and ■ íi. know wo at retards settlement par- ticularly in Western Texas. Fiee- grn^s advoc ites will ontead that ii is th¿ Lo ne law, the uncertainty oí tin; m tj surveys, etc. We rarely talk of the matter but some one draws a comparison between Kansas and Te^*#i 4*¿ee how rap- 0 idly Kansas has been populated. Kansas had no Lease law; her land was under the systematic laws of the United Státes. and i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 8 March 1888

BLAINE AND SHERMAN. Some of Their Murmurs, aa Overheard by W. A. Croffut. M Mr. Blaine will not lift his finger to get the nomination."—Hon. Mr. Milliken, of Maine. " This can properly be said for John Sher- man—if he accepts the nomination, it must be as the earnest tree-will offering of the Repub- lican party."—Murat HaUtead. BT.aine— I feel I'd like to shirk the nomination; To get elected is no easy chore; For Cleveland hasn't wrought the desolation That you and I foretold in'84. Sherman- No, the farmer seems requited, And t'ae miller pays his rent; And the settler's wrongs are righted By the Burchard Accident— Puck— And the country isn't blighted— Not to any great extent! II. Sherman— It isn't quite the circus we could hope for— The rebel debt was certain to be paid; It isn't wh3t we cast the horoscope for— "The rebels on the Pension rolls!" we said. Blaine— And the the folks would be afflicted Under Grover's government, And progress be restricted By the spread of discontent— Pu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 8 March 1888

the crown prince. Indefinite Testimony. 5?jacobs on " Pugitorf BnOeU." An excited Irishman lately rushed into a Boston drug store, having a 44 broken-up" ppearance generally. 44Be jabbers!" he yelled, 44 I'm ail wrong entoirely. I want some shtuff to straighten me out. Some o' v i i í h > I ¿ | * • Í AN INSANE ACT. * - - < . A. Party of Mexican Soldiars Abuse Privileges at Eagle Pass, Tex., And Attempt to Kill a Deserter—They Are Driven Away With Fatal, Results. Soudanese Attack Suakim and Are De- feated—French Soldiers Accused of BufSanism. Eagle pass, Tox.. March 5.—Saturday morning Captain Munos. commander of the soldiers stationel at Piedras J§iogras, Mex- ico, came to this side and asked permission of the custom inspector to let four of his men come over on horseback and look at some horses they wanted to buy. They re- ceived the permission, with the proviso that they should return in a short time. A Lieutenant and three soldiers then came over in a ferry boat, and after ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 8 March 1888

«sai BbPF / - • - 'W^*: i 4 IS I a ^ |J |f f i i The greatest Country the New South-we>t. cf AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—A COUN- TY IN POPULATION. MPHILL CaUNlY lis Resources J J IJV SOIL AMD PROD UC- TWjYS- TEE BANKER COUNTY Canadian, the County- Seat and tlie Largest Panhandle Town HAS A GOOD LOCATION AND SU- §1 PERIORS THE LAUD FOB A MAN WITH . SMALL MEANS. The Place for New Homes and Ex- cellent Investments. in none of its parts is any longer to suffer from lack of rail way facilities for travel. A WELL WATERED REGION. This vast region is well watered, and in this respect is far in advance of other local- ities that have attracted large attention and immigration from the older states. The Paladuro, Wolfe 'Creek, Cold water. Red Deer, Washita, Sweetwater, and the North fork of Red River, with their various trib- utaries and feeding springs, are all found in this region. Its rainfall is also far above the average in western countries, ranging from 25 inches to 40 inches in the various ...

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