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

■-z¿- \ ~ X V . .. 13. . \ 3 \ ? Í <-* !>. f -•• í; • doknl *a2t 5 \ >: í ( « > l * ■¿r .^ ■ VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. NO. 45 GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, WASHINGTON LETTER. From our regalar correspondent OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots and are prepared to eive you Low Figures. BEFORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES 'JY"o Country Town can Duplicate our price CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. * V? '<& dka.lkhs in &BA1S % ■ r. U Jll. ftlllfll i Washington, September 3,1888. It is the greatest state paper that has emanated from the White House for many years. We are proud of our President he is an Amarican from head to heels every iucfa of hittt. Thtl message makes Mr Cleveland's election a certainty Sucli were the words ot a careful conservative business man who has been inclined to be opposed to Mr. Cleveland on reading the many message sent to congress in...

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

\ 1 • ■ - *5íí¿- •., . pps ' ~ - rFPgg;* flps ! 1 jyWir^i 9Ü , ^?lep nmii THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. PRE 211 AN E. KI2LX£B, jSditox * Pub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LAIIGE. Summary of tho Daily News. CONGRESS. The proceedings of the Senate on the 27th were unimportant. A resolution was adopted calling for eopies of certain documents upon which the Commissioner of the General Land-office based his recent letter in regard to timber depredations, and the Jackson, Miss., municipal election was then talked about until adjournment Lathe House Messrs. Bynum and Cannon had awarof words as to which was authority as to the proceedings of Congress, the Record or the journal. Mr. Breckenridge, of Arfcansas, introduced a bi l to suspend the operations of the law relating to the sinking hmd: Mr. Mason, of Illinois, a bill to investigate oertain National banks: Mr. Anderson, of Iowa, bo dotine trusts, and to punish persons connect- ed with then* A (juorum being pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 6 September 1888

BBP W* 1 : .gey' •i f * « } I? ♦ \ I '■ 1 OU3 FARM INTERESTS. JIÍRh Protection the Worst Enemy of the i'Kruier—Th« View Taken by Congress- man Townsiiezid, of Illinois —How Mo- nopolies Are Created, Maintained and Fattened. The largest industrial interest of this coun- try is the agricultural. It comprises the great- est number of persons; its products aggregate the greatest value, and in divers forms are the commodities that form an enormous part of >our internal, and almost the whole of our ex- ternal commerce. To th;s commerce, this great and diversified industry in all its branches, the enormous war tariff is an enor- mous obstruction, and to the eighteen millions of American citizens who occupy themselves in this industry ft is an oppressive burden and a curse. rlhe cla m that a protective tariff is beneficial to operatives of any class I deny in its length and breadth. But, let this claim be admitted to whatever extent the claimants may assert, •till, no fairly-informed per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 6 September 1888

í 1 g •• ■■ *■* ■ ■ - I " ■ -W —r- — T ,-ff ■ . I.—e—e*—— ?—*——- —-*• ' ' ' '* —— r '" /- . -.? N • • i .•> * *•■: Sí " $ ■'A . *n N • * ".V '. V 10; • * ffl •• V s ¡p y¡ % % ■ " *« s.-JB&ES.m -« ►. 'JfELr.- ,'W-'.V5 ■ M ár> ' K# ¡¡¡¡1 $t\$ ^mai¡Htt^resi¡euL Published every Thursday Morning freeman. e. miller, editor and publisher. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Tbrms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " $1-00- A democratic journal, Abeut all tke factions in the state opposing the democracy have en- dorsed Marion Martin for governcr and he will make the race against CAPITAL STOCK, THE TRADERS BANK, OF CAJTADiAlf, TEXAS. $£c,cgc* Thursday, SlPTEMIiEK 0. 188S. 7ÜICT6 CLV6 ÍTI Texas VIOTt than 25,000,000 acras of, superior public lands for sale to all actual settlers at from $2-00 to $4-00 anaore and on forty years' time at a low rate of interest• OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For President GEO VER CLEVELAND. For Vice-Presi...

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

■Z¿ v-v,? :M§M . - ' > *;• ' . ■ ■" - ®#.; RfófelfeO - v;- '|P -¿r>, - <>* sB® r * *¿¿f ' "' .-- ■•' v . v—,¿-* - % ■■;- •'l, - __ . v., v--..-- :-; ; > - - -;•:•• v - . ... -.vy- #>.. s. •. ■ ¿ % V-- & tí [I , fi Jü i! I &4 i fh w i; } < k rí¡ .[ i i * ir i I I Ü ^ V- **áá /. -.- -.— _v> .. COUNTY OFFICERS. Jadge, E. &. Polly Sheriff Tvstú Tax Collector, T. T. MeGee Deputy Shectíí; G. W A kins Cteak/ J y. Hopkins ^Üratáurer, J. Gerbich Atfernev. LJ5 ÉMÉ ■ 1111 ■" mém+úij Work at tho brick yard steadily continues with more than 100,000 in the kiln. Robert M*ody shipped nine tar ?]ewi!?I)íjr i l°ads, 257 head, of cattle from here Sarveror, W. S. Decker i Thursday last. COMMISSIONERS. ! The workmen are finishing the first District, Samuel Polhud . CtX lT , 5U G. C. Akin* upper story of the new Hays build Second •* Third 44 Fourth *' Georce simpson [UiT this week. J. H. Andersou CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Serried sit 11 o'clock a. m. and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 6 September 1888

• • * j * ->- www V* v —■ '■■- " W. "'■ " " . V--T'-v. > mggg --i-vV- €9m8É® ■ ÜÍ *7 - Pflli 5 *Tgt¿ 1m HURRAH FOR REFORM! W- E Ex-Senator Mac Donald in Hearty Accord with the Democratic Plan of Campaign •«■His Speech on the Tariff Before the Hendricks Ciub at Indianapolis. Ex-Senator Joseph MacDonald, the other day, delivered an address before the Hen- dricks Club of Indianapolis, which may be regarded as the key-note of the tariff-re- form campaign in the Hoosier State. The substance of the speech was ás follows: 44Gentlemen of thb Hexdp.icks Club and Fellow-Citizens: At the opening of the present sess.on of Congress President Cleveland, in his annual message, devoted almost exclusively to that subject, called the attention of Congress and the people to the fact that lthe amount of money an- nually exacted through the operation of present laws from the industries and ne- cessities of the people largely exceeded the sum necessary to meet the expenses of the Government;' that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 6 September 1888

j,wl - fm~ ?£ ** - ^ r - '•-. - > - -i? . .- *,:'f: >'• K If I Hill— "'•|l^Mnriri'l1ll,'g"^-'"""rT —*** - íüpíf ' [■r.tJBOT Pi *•>' „ 3? ,ÁJ C, J¿; ¥-, •" .' * - V ' - & \ « :h 1 * 3 ! £ t¿¿ ? -., If 1 > iC 13 r 'k ¡I 1 I * If 101 CE-^« GOT INTO DEEP WATER. The Denver Convention Gets Into a Wrangle, iH&t tlie Disturbed Waters ure 1'Mnaliy Calmed—The Majority Report Adopted. Denver, Col., Aug. 31.—The committee vn resolutions of the Deepwater conven- tion was in session until 10:80 o'clock yes- terday. wbeci Governor Thayer called the convention to order. After some routine work a resolution was adopted that after the final adjournment of this convention it may be called together by a majority of the vice-prosidentá giving thirty days' no- tice, and that when the convention next meets it shall ba at Topeka, Kan. The committee on resolutions being called for, Judge Hancock, of Texas, read the major- ity report which demanded the establish- ment c£ one deep water ha...

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

V i í 11 t í ü : - f mm ¿% - í;¿ * .i1. ¡say THE JAPANESE CAPITAL. Att Amtrletn la Tokio Would Think SI m* •elf In aKiiropean City. Your readers are all familiar with the great cities of Europe, either by actual observation or through the col- unias of current literature; but lesa is known, perhaps, about the great cities of Asia* and it is about the city oi Tokio, the capital of Japan, that 1 wish to write to-day. It is larger than any city ou the American continent, with the exception of New York., It contains fully 1,250,000 people and ex- teuds over an area nine miles long by eight broad. It is a city of immense distances. For instance, to go from the station aa you oome in from Yoko- hama to the station yon leave to go into the country you cross a distance of six miles, or about twtoe as far a? from tho Battery to the Control Depot in New York. The city is curiously laid out. In the very center is a largo round tract of land containing the castlo and some otlior public build- i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 13 September 1888

M 7 ■ .,:w. 'mm v * . • • • •. ~.1•_ ,« i 1 te * JX • \ v \ * * ¡Í f * ) * I i I 1^ ■ > 1 • b s- - l VOL. 1 canadian, texas, thursday, september 13, 1888. no. 46 * GERLACH BROTHERS. —{DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DKY GOODS Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AMD HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots and" are prepared to srive you low Fie:'ires. BEFORE BUYING" Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES 'No Oountrif Town can Duplicate our price CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. rvaa & DEALKRS IN- &m «!■ BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, hats, caps, ladies' ware, And all Articles in the General Dry Goods line, PRICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST! Unying at great Bargains, we defy competition. Our friends are cordially invited to call, examine prices and be convinced. argains In Every Line! CANADIAN, Main Street, TEXAS. THE FAY HOTEL, A EAR THE BAIL ROAD DEPOT. D. FAY, Proprietor. Bates, per day, : : $1.50 Tables Supplied with Ihe Best of the Market. i ft >;'ll Parties will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 13 September 1888

=5= 2Í^~ i r¿ >*i« ts '& % --' Hüfuffil WBM—IIVjm *rv -' ggg^-v - ;;•? $ : ■ &". • - - ^®s6*£ ; $. *&&£%* ijSESjSgCjigJ> ■|ito ytT'i'.JfeSfiS v;. -;;. j ' • -:j • * v t* f, ' .^w^a^a^yiwy- ^ 11 iV M THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. TB^BKAH B. WT&LES, Bditor ft PuVr, PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS- ■*■— i ■'" ' *" ' " ■ 1 1 THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. Much time was occupied in the Senate on the 3d in talk between Senators Vest and Cullom and the reading of papers relating to political assessments in the Chicago oost-offlce and party work by Government officials under the last and present Administrations. Finally the Senate took up the bill for the admission of Washington Territory, pending which the bill for the absolute exclusion of Chinese was received from the House and the Senate proceeded to its immediate consideration. After much talk between Senators the bill went over and the Senate adjourned In the House Mr. Seott (...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 13 September 1888

mm iW1 i £ . ks; <* ■ -®5 •.? ; / : % * V-i . ;'>-v ■ *Y' § "* f" J* . wm i'H: ' * ÜH "*i I'Hi 1 i fcMMt«fph|M 'iwm> • JÍ « A I |g i I \ * ) 1 # > V ifW," F" **mm an independent view. Gtorge William Cur tig on Republicanism ami Whisky. ÍV5 -! General Garfield stated a sound and just rule of taxation, and expressed the feeling- of conscientious and intel- ligent Americans, in saying: "First, we tax the vices of the people, if that term may be properly applied to some of their social habits. The smokes, and drinks, and chews of the American people pay almost one- half of the taxes now collected under our in- ternal revenue laws." The wisdom of the tax, he said, ■would not be disputed by any one. Hamilton, advocating an excise tax upon wines, spirits distilled within the United States, teas and coffee, said thafrthey could better than most oth- ers bear high duties because they were luxuries, and some of them in ex- -cessive use pernicious luxuries. This, he said, was espec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 13 September 1888

"—*r <$!($ $¡¡iinaáian ffertscevt. every Thursday H of*t®; FREEMAN. E. MILLER. EDITOF AIM PUBLISHER. Entered *t the Poet Office at Canadian Texas, as sccond class matter. Tnuis OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year. in advance, $1.60. Six Months, " $1.00. mi? m KpE A DIKOCSATIO JODBHAI.. Thvmday, Sxitkhhk* 13,1888. OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For President GSOVKK CLEVELAND. For Vice-Prenident ALLEN O. THÜBSÍAN. \ \ STA1ETICI1T. Y< r Governor, L. 8. ROSS. For Lieutenant Governor# iT B WHKBLEK. For Attorney General, JAMES S HOGG. For Comptroller, JOHN D McCALL For Treasurer F E LUBBOOK. For Commissioner of General Land office R M HALL. For Superintendent Public Instruction O&CAH H COOPER For Chief Justice Supreme Court, J W STAYTON For Assoeiate Justices Supreme Court JOHN L HENRY, R R GAINES For JudgesfConrt of Appeals J M HURT 8 A WILLSON J P WHITE Tbia Senatorial distrtet cantata* >5 counties in all end would akt . state in itself much larger that Indiana. The day of small thing tas not ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 13 September 1888

*-■" i A COÜHTY OFFICSR8. v á CS_ TBCIUmIM, ggafrsi ** , s. s. pour T. T. MOOM O. W Akin 3. F. Hopkins J.J.QaUoh . M.Baker Lewis Dtrr * vTV>' " * «¿21 Jake Yeager opened op a restaur ant is hit building on main street last Monda j tnothiflg. Hob L. E. Finch relamed ft n the Deep Water Cenrention at Den- W. 8. Decker v*r laat Satcrday night. COMMISSIONERS. I i\ f *-v } > District, Second * ThW - Foartb 44 Samuel Pollaid ?0r a g00d abaV0 kair ent g° t Nest Sunday in Ber Sewing's regalar appeintnwnt day for holding services nt this place. Hank Keeper, who baa for n long time been in business at lfebeetie and who recently went to the wall there, has, so we andera land, accept* CHURCH DIBECTOBY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Bcrrloes aS 11 e'cloek a. m. and 8 o'cleck p. so. on Ate second Suader in eecb month. w. A. Cooraa, Fsator. Ssrvloea at 11 o'clock e. m. and 8 o'clock p. tu. on the drst StthdaV in each month. W. L. *Hasbi&, Vtgtor. Q. C. Aiitna | to the TonsorisJ Rooms of J. P Yae-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 13 September 1888

7" r ■ ■ T 11 ,ILJI>J A . lL ■- "J y Mm>r± \ > & \ Wmm I ■ w&x '&:K ■£?&(&&% -S! ' -■ *■** ♦ f f w * .WP**- 0 *. «if* CLEVELAND ACCEPTS. The President Gives His Letter to the Public. A. Document Strongly In Favor of Tariff Reform—Restriction of Had Immigra- tion Favored and Trusts Classi- fied With Conspiracies. Washington, Sept. 10.—The following is the President's letter of acceptance, made public last evening:: Hon. Pat rich A. Collins and others, Committee, etc.: Washington, Sept. 8.—Gentlemen: In ad- dressing to you my formal acceptacne of the nomination to the Presidency of the United States, my thoughts persistently dwell upon the impressive relation of such action to the American people, whose confidence is thus in- vited, and to the political party to which I be- long, just entering upon a cont st for continued supremacy. The world does not afford a spootaclo more sublime than s furnished when millions of free and intelligent American citize...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 13 September 1888

Ss. * i I - II i * * [ it i I j - j ft -i i k ■v- & « m ■ \ THE CROP^, The Yield of Winter TV J'xtat and Oat« in the Western and Nor^^^^jn States as Shown by Report^ to the "Farmer * Re. ▼lew." cHICAGO, ^Farmers' Review prints the, tollo wihjj crop report this Weefr: r ' . * 4% Tiffw §o%sihte to arrive at a fairly definite cr .allusion, regarding t*ne yield of wiDter wheat 'áSkü oats as shown by the spring returns which ^•e have been receiving from our crop corre- spondents during the past two weeks. Our re- ports do not. however, "tell the whole story" of the returns, for in some localities, as parts of Dakota, Minnesota and Northern Iowa, but a fraction of Ibe crop has been threshed. The reports received to date may, however, be taken as a fair evidence of what will be found ta be the average yield. , Yield of winter wheat in Illinois—A careful nummary t>f our reports of threshing place tlie average yield at fifteen and five-eighths bush- els per rere; the highest average y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 13 September 1888

mtm$. M? -—-—~-v —"W~ W& ^#1 •- v" t "-"v '' a - • ... ^"! ■ • - . -. m " i " i I Si ■--1 ¿•V; ■n * •>? * J. K EM - •-&. J •Í*' v" --•- üs r«t Ja ABOUr OMPtllÁfldlí A Social rfoMtmWMift If All In oaa louse co operatioa is at aa- dent as society. lie first tribe that noted together knew thai il wat belter to do so than to fi&ht singly. Men rec- ognised tkat «aitj wae strength be- fore ^EUop composed hU fable of the bundle of sticks Nioirod doubtless kne^.v that two greyhounds hunting to- gether would run down more hare? than four hunting separately. But th< hounds ran down the hares for thei masters. The modern co-operato- runs down the hares for him sell Co ojM?ration in industry means the equi- table distribution of ail gain amon; ifiose who earn it. This is a new idej among the working people in our towns, for the method of applying it I? scarcely forty years old. The co-op- erative idea as applied to industry ex- isted in the latter part of the last century. Amb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 20 September 1888

■ is ■ m « f { \ j t ( VlJ u • f K V fI *. t > y it II ■nOinf €rc stmt. ••AiUrn VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. NO. 47 ran GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, WASHINGTON LETTER. From our regular correspondent outfitters We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to eive you Low Fisrires. BEFORE BJYINGf'Elsewhere Call & GET PRIG No Country Town can Duplicate our pi ice CANADIAN, , - - TEXAS. DEALERS IN- /A 3 ROOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, . GENTS' F0SNISHÍN6 GOODS, HATS, CAPS, LADIES' WARE, And all Articles in the Gsneral Dry Goods Line. PRIG ES LOW E R Til A N T HE LOWEST! Haying at great Bargains, we defy com petition. Our friends are cordially invited to call, examine prices and be convix.ced. Bargains In Every Line! CáNAUIÜÍ, Main Street, TEZ A3. THE FAY HOTEL. JSEAli THE RAILROAD DEPOT. P. FAY, Proprietor. Rates, per day, : : $1.50 si cf ths Market, Tables Supplied with the All Part...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 20 September 1888

Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe on the TRAGIC SUICIDE. THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. published evep.t thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS. ~w~ \ ; % 5*'" THE WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Newa CONGRESS. After the transaction of routine busi- ness of no general interest in the Senate on the 10th Mr. Morgan introduced a bill appropriating 1276,619 to be paid to the Chinese Minister as full indemnity for all losses and injuries sus- tained by Chinese subjects in remote sections of the United States at the hands of lawless men, and addressed the Senate. The confer- ence report on the Army Appropriation bill was agreed to. Senator Mitchell, of Oregon, ad- dressed the Senate n/1 <* ni","'crto iStii&tor Morgan on the Chinese bill. The Chinese Restriction bill was then taken up and Senator Sherman spoke in favor of the motion to reconsider, but without action the Senate adjourned The House agreed to the conference reports on the Army Appropriation and Fortification bills, and after the introduc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 20 September 1888

?r~' h m m ■■j*' *■ i i. -W I * A É ' i I % 4 * I I I * 14 fx y v LABOR UNPROTECTED. An Able Answer to Blttlne's Grarfdlloquent Protection Speeches * In one of his addresses in New York Mr Blaine said: 44 There is no need to make any laws to pro- ject capital. Capital always takes care of it- self, and gets a full share, but there are laws that can elevate the laboring man, and there are laws that can degrade him, and the Repub- lican party has stood for twenty-five years, and it will stand, I believe, with the blessing of God and the will of the American people, twenty- flve years more, upholding and maintaining the laboring man, for the Government which takes care of the bone and sinew and working muscles of the land is taking care of the men who created the wealth in the country, and who are therefore entitled to the patronage and protection of the Government." Capital always takes care of itself, and in this great conflict Mr. Blaine is retained by the capitalist. Capital tllway...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 20 September 1888

- J -Jfe.-;Jjm*iM H>i i Itts2t>-.~<&R I i ■1 f J\ * ; I J A \ V \\ £${ j[anzdtHnj&re8f*tti* Publiahod arerjr Thursday Moraing FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Cnflarad at til# Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscbutiok: Oea Tear, in advance, $1.50. Six Months u $1.00. A MMOCRAT1C JOUHHAL. Thotsdav, 8irT*MBEB 20, 1888. OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For President GROYER CLEVELAND. For Viee-Prssideat ALLEN G. THQBMAN. While the attentioa af the peaph In tbe northern states is new eea tere# upon political waiters with sc much interest as to distract thei attention from almost evsry other impartent matter, is a most excel- lent time for tbe Panhandle, free at she is from uiich distractions, to be preparing to put ferth all her ener gira to begin anew her caapaign for increased immigration. Psaple is what the Panhandle needs and it must have them. Now is the ac cepted time to go ta work to secure them. THE TRADERS BANK, or CAKADJAJT, TEXAS...

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