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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 20 September 1888

I HQ ■r I "*#t. wmW^w < i.. ,r :: A y ' V' * ¥ ggpf! MfSagat? M V'í; : "• ¡Ssgs&& •• ••-., \ " -«2 ' intn, £í -— - «ig£p ~~ •. — : . 4V"'£ ** * M- i ' ¿* X * f i \ vm l£ f J I 4 i HI ♦ t !l I Jl It i> it ,« CODRTT OFP1CEK&. JL £. Potty ttéTcz Collector, T. T. MeGo* Deprity BhertC G. IV Alda* J F. Hopkins J.J. Gerlaoh B. M. Baker >r, Lewi« Dtrr W. S. Decker COMMISSIONERS. Pint District, Samuel Follajd Second ** O. C. Akini ■$bini - Gooui stmpscn fourth M J. flu j ^o rth Anderson J, W. Herrington went to TTiebUi. j Caaadian's deleg ition to Miami Tuesday morning on o business trip! last night numbered fourteen pcr- CHUKCH DIRECTORT. KfiTHODIST EPISCOPAL. Serrlees *1 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. mi- on th« second 8unday in each month. \V. A. CoorsoL, Pusto r. KKTHOD1ST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. S^vices at 11 o'clock a.'m. and 8 o'clock i>. ai. on the first Sun<iav in each month. W. L. * aetor. FIIKSBTTHIIAN. Services morning njjd evening of tbe third .Sunday in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 20 September 1888

wrr~y~-wjiffrr v.- -"-- ggr > ' -T. r - -* J-- -. - - • S.-- T SPfS! \ „ .... ,,, .. mtrJm. t-S ® jSRI *> -t HARELSOFS LETTEK. "Full Text of Mr. Harrison's Letter * , of Acceptance, The Tariff Question and tlie Mills Bill Dis- cussed—A Protective TaiilT and the Ex- clusion of Pauper and Alien Labor Strongly Advocated. Indianapolis,Ind., Sept.12.—The follow- ing is General Harrison's letter accepting the Republican Presidental nomination: Son. J/. M. Estee and Others, Committee, etc.: Indianapolis. Ind, Sept. 11.—Gentlemen: When your committee visited me on the Fourth of July last and presented the official announce- ment of my nomination for the Presidency of the United States by the Republican conven- tion, I promised as soon as practicable to com- municate to you a more formal accept ance of the nomination. Since that time the wor¿ of receiving and addressing, almost daily, large delegations of my fellow citizens has not dnly occupied all of my time, but has in some meas- ur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 20 September 1888

i i >-• r i í % « > # / # * I II I ] h i V [#* A CATTLEMAN'S DEATH. He Kills an Infuriated Bull and Is Stamped to Death By the Rest of the Herd. Severe Storm at Washington—Na- tional Collecüímis Damaged—Jack- sonville Fever Bulletin. The Rice Crop Damaged By Floods— Twenty-eight Persons Drowned in tha Tyrol—Etc. Wichita, Kan.t Sept. 17.—Robert Rom- erville, a leading cattleman living in the southwest part of the county about twenty miles from here, was salting his cattle Saturday evening, when he was attacked by a mad bull and knocked down before he saw him, and before he could get up the animal was trying to stamp him to pieces with his fore feet. In a moment Somer- ville drew his revolver and began to shoot at the animal. The third bullet brought him to the ground. Somerville was unable to get up. His son who was about hiilf a mile away, saw the fight, but before he could reach the scene the other cattle which had been excited by the shooting and smell of blood, gathered abo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 20 September 1888

- - « MMINÍNMMMÍMP ■^ÍKiOÍ*' * W •'SÍSWiaM II I r I 11H I<*11111 i ' #*s «MMOMMPVifili WMMBSHW* MiW t?- ~ r •. -v '¿wwf- t'1 ftp DEATH TO THE FISH. REGARDING PAPER. ■Th. rari.tr or Sub.tan™. to **• * JJ"* * **"* it. >M.ruUN. „„ Btor- D,,tn",d Ttl"m- „ , Tho patent! „f the present day com- r «tort of the poisoning of DawUo •prise almost every cwicjirable material ln Georgetown County. l>) a *ii which paper can he innde, some of hail-storni, aa telegraphed, atui whici rthein bein«£ rather tin exacted, and not ,1Qany P*vaoti§ supposed to be 'hshy, -• few being novel to eren welMn- **aa keen corroborated in evejy pat- lortned peri tn. Tho patents cover *Jc^ar by * prominent eitizon of paper mado from alo o tiber, asbestos, Georgetown, who had investigated v.hlch makes an indestructible paper, the matter at tho request of Geneia ji« t to lni consumed by fire; bagging Greely, chief of the Signal Set v ice. Air sacking which makes a coarse A dense mass of black £um wrappin^-pa'Htr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 27 September 1888

mm i SSSSl I ! 1 IT I ) \ i ) VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1888. NO. 4s GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS Di GROCERIES, DRY GOODS Grain and Flour, boots, shoes m> hats, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Orain by Gar Load lots and are prepared to ffive yon Low Fin WASHINGTON LETTER. From our regalar correspondent ires. Washington, September 24 1688. Senator Tost bailded bettor than bo knew, when, in a speech in the Senate, he taunted the Repiblicam Senators into acknowledging that •hey had no intention of reporting a substitute for the Millo bal ai the present session, it was a moat ha miliating and eewardly admission o make; it shows how abject the rcpubliean Senators can be, when (.heir master, Jim Blaine, issues his commands. Not two weeks ago the repnbliean Senators in eaneus deci 4od to report tkeir tariff bill in ten days, and now Senators of such high prominence as Sherman, Allison and Hiscock hare to get up and admit that they do not intend to report a bill at thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 27 September 1888

MM iqm kimnwffti ■■ -•*•**-* >*smbbsmwm. 3L¿6SS* ag>i'iwiWía'Wiiir' igasaaMfrr-:* «fe ^ 1 V ■ . ? . *¿ THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. FREET&AN £. VULEBf Editor ft Pub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WOKLD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily Newa CONGRESS. After unimportant business in the Ben- ate on the 17th a vote was taken on Senator Hoar's motion to reconsider the vote by which the Chinese Exclusion bill was passed and the Senate refused to reconsider by 20 yeas to 21 nays. So the bill remains passed. Pending debate on the bill creating a Department of Agriculture the Senate adjourned....In the House no business was transacted except adopting several resolutions. Much time was consumed in a fruitless attempt to secure a quorum. In the Senate on the 18th the resolution offered by Senator Sherman instructing the Foreign .Relations Committee to inquire into the relations between the United States and Great Britain and Canada was taken up, and Mr. Sherman addresse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 27 September 1888

*áj !Í i i \ J * •- 1 THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. TRTjJTMAir E. KOLEB, Editor h PnVr, PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT CANADIAN- - TEXAS. GOOD-BYE SWEET WORLDI Good-bye, sweet world! to me so passing fair, Despite the misery, the waat and s n That shadow sunlight and make foul the air Beyond the fiower-wall that shuts me in. To me thy sunny side did*st ever turn, Since of this mortal life I first drew breath, But not the best thou hadst to give could be Ought of defense against the serpent- Death ! In this last hour of passionate regret My heart doth cling to thee in fond farewell; Thy smiling face hath power to charm me yet. Thy changing joys still hold me in their spelL From the far land to which I soon must pass, Shall I not turn with home-sick longing here, To see again in spring the greening grass- To hear the birds sing greeting to the year? Where, all undimmed, the sun in glory shines, No cool, gray clouds upon the hills will rest; Or breaking, send the rain in slanting lines To wake t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 27 September 1888

- 1 > f¡¡4 ¿¡amiim^res^ta /. «very Thuraáajr MoraUg hbehm. e. miller, editor am) publisher. *t the Poet Office at Canadian , as second class matter. OF SUBSCBIPTIOH: Oft* Tear, in advance, $1.50. Months, M 11.00- 4 DSMOOBATIO JOUDALi SarrxMBn 27, 1888. OTO NATIONAL TICKKY. For President 0ROVER CLEVELAND. For ▼ice-Presideat ALLBN G. thgbman. STATS T1CUT. We have received a lengthy lettei from Dr rolar, candidate for Repre sen tat i ve, stating his views on cer tain matters. and which we aha? publish either in whole or in par next week. Mr Stephens still stay* hidden in silence and says nothing. We shall shortly proceed to beat the bashes in another desperate effort to- ascertain his views on Panhandle questions, if he should happen tc have any. For Governor, L. § ROSS. Far Lien ten ant Governor, |T P WHBKLER. For Attorney General* JAMES S HOGG. For Comptroller, JOHN D licCALL For Treasurer, F E LUBBOCK. (¡¿emissioner of General Iadü office B M HALL. ■sr ieperinteudest Poblio Instr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 27 September 1888

c*v as v rg .-r ft Sí I f 1 ■ N H b B . ; ♦ COUIfTY OFFICXBft. & &. FoQ? _ ond Tix Collector, T. T. MeGo* &$ ty Sberi^ O. W Akin* 0*S&, /. F. Hopkliw J. J. GkTiitofe B.M. Baker Lewis Dbrr W. & Decker COMMISSIONERS. Ffemt District, Samuel Pollaid G. C. Akb:* George atinpeoE r. H. Anderses M H CHUBCH DIBECTOBY. KBTHODIST EPISCOPAL. Servicer si II o'clock ft. m. and S o'clock p. 12- or ik seoond Bandar in each month. W. Jl Coomta, Patío r. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, BOOTH. Services at 11 o'cloek a. m- and 8 o'clock jx. m. on the first Sunday in each month. W. L. Habsus* Pcsfcor. PHESBYT19&IAN. Servio morning and evening of the third 8unday in eaor month. Thomas a Dewing, rwrtor. EAPTIftT. Services at 11 o'clock a. re cod 9 p. m. sa the fourth Sunday in each month. J. F. Eld**, Pastor. OTTION 8UNDAT SCHOOL. Meet* Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Hits. Lb M. McKnight, ttupt BAND OF HOPS. Meet® each Satur day at 3 o'clock. Mr . Burlingame, Supu íw4£iW(«*:<Í> X .' *>...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 27 September 1888

Jm SOUTHERN BRIGADIERS. The " Confederacy in the Saddle " by Aid of the Republican Party. The Republican party was the first to recognize the Confederate Briga- diers by Federal appointment. President Grant (eighteen years ago) appointed Brigadier - General Amos T. Akerman, of Georgia, to a seat in his Cabinet, that of Attorney- General, to construe the constitution and expound the law for the people of the United States, and a Republican Senate confirmed the appointment. President Hayes appointed General Key, of Tennessee, Postmaster-Gen- eral, and every Republican postmaster in the United States, who was com- missioned under Hayes' Administra- tion, received his commission signed fcy the Confederate Brigadier-General Key. They appointed Judge Hughes United States Judge of the District of Virginia, a position for life. He was an original secessionist and the editor ^of a secession paper. They appointed John S. Mosby, a guerilla, to a foreign mission. They appointed Thomas Settle, o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 27 September 1888

n V, 4 4 > > t it M A FOILED ATTACK. An Attempt to Rob a Southern Pacific Train Frustrated by Forewarning. The Engineer Seriously Wounded—A Brutal Prize Fight Ends in the Death of Fulijames. A Celestial Marriage Scheme Results in a Ohinaman and Ilis White Wife EGoing to Jail. Schulenbcrg, Tex., ^epfc. 24.—A pas- senger train on the Southern Pacific waa stopped near Marwood Saturday night by masked men, who compelled the engineer at the point of a revolver to uncouple from the passenger coaches and pull out of tho way. Conductor E. E. Shackleford was compelled to assist in uncoupling the en- gine. In the express car were United States Marshal John 1. Rankin with Dep- uty William Van Wiper and Detective Jay G. Kelly, of the Southern Pacific service, while other officers were on the train. The company having been warned of the attack, all east bound trains had been guarded by Marshal Rankin since last Wednesday. The robbers were soon on the mail car, when uJump in and rifle the m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 27 September 1888

ADVtRTISat-ETTERS. List ef Advertised Letters in the Ganadla* Post Office, Sept 1, ISS8, ss A 1 Caun, J.K. 1 Cooley, Miea Ebb 1 3 Eaaly, D. T. 1 4 Feader, Kngeae 5 S Harrison, H# S. 2 6 Hemingway, C!i^s 7 Hill, Ed. i S Hes3ley, William L, 1 * Kelley, P W. 1 10 Lowe, B. H. 1 11 McCreary, Jas. B. 1 11 Smith, James. 1 u Stair, Kirk. 1 14 6hoInburg, it,. 1 15 Walters, J. W. 1 16 Wilson, L. T. 1 17 Wr^ods, Robrrfe 1 M A. Locke, P.M C. C. HALL .Attorney at Law, efflc* is Frkk Pnuss Building. CANADIAN, - TSSA-9. 0 Maps and Lands I am prepared to ftiralah on aboit notice BLUKPBINt COPIES of the Land Office Mans 01 all the Panhandle counties, at One Dol- Jar per copy for each county. I control ala,?ge quantity of lands in moat of the Panhandle counties and Trill bo pleased luanish lista of them to purchasers. J S.DAUGHRRtY. Dallas Texas CITY BARBER SHOP JAKE Y2EGEB, Piop'r. For a clean Shave, i A smooth Hair cut A Nice Shampoo. EOT aüü COLD BATES caud'*^ maia ^t. \ ■■ > t* ' ■my <£ :&l...

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

mm nm- - m **l-y ■- V - : 1 'r : 5 V: '- ¡así v i •v i«? - ^SÍ- í'O"* aw* a\!< SS ; g$£ ./•; * mM-w -,*É . ' * %v, fe .. . " >: •?>, •rtf-í' | £j$ p W-V/ - V** ; ••>."• "-í ~..-í 1 • : *- L '- "£: *; .¡¡£3 m: 5 > # I £ r, I t' u VÍ1 t í * Kv' ■ i I - . as Ufé •. «><;- > -ir s ■ ":í"'v¿ ' vi • '1 ¡: VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER é, 1888 ^ CHARLES A. VT Ml<! •r —^ , GEIILACH BROTHERS. < D1LALERS IN ERIES, DRY GOODS Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, Í3r. Tolar's Letter. OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Lead lots and are prepared to arive you Low Fisrires. BEFORE BUYING Elsswhsrs Call & GST PEICiS gfirvVo Countnj Town can Duplicate our price CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. Abileno, Texas, Sept. 22,1188 Editor Cbbscext: My attention has beta called to &a editorial which appeared ia Tour excolleat j^arnal of September 13 regarding my locaiaatton at the Vernon convention, whiah I censtiae to invite a reply; and in reference t© what ...

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

" : — H srrff ■ i < • x .•' " ■ ■ ; V / < /";• ^ ; ^ M'- - \ - „—„y..^, .—_—— L, - ■ ■ ... ■, ■ " ' . ' *■ - ' i ;• • ' 1 ' •• " -■ •v_, f\*. ;■ f - • - % • >' •• - 'l£5-- ' - "fe" ¿ T •" ' . S ' ■* -***>- : : K • ■- .--X. -v . * a. - 1 "" • -• • :• VV.-. fe-T'-? •; L . • - \+ , . - ' ! i - ; mmmm . I p#lilS 4 •.£ - ^ ; - ;• >; THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. -r y 5 v ¡;\ TBEEHAIí S. MXZ*XiE22, Editor ft Fab'r, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. mmury of the Daily News. CONGRES? j i' the Senate on^GSsl©/, Wilii&ni l * Com mitt* KaJl6jP W. \ 10 Lowe, B. H. 11 MeCreary, J*s. B. son who *sha*il Smith, J*Bedy i. treatment of yellow feH#. Plumb au dressed the Senate in favof1 of tfitr 11 restoring to the United States lands granted tr the North- ern Pacitlc railroad. The Deficiency bill was then consídercTl until adjournment — After transacting business of minor importance in the House the conference report on the Sundry Civil bill was taken up a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 October 1888

rv?r.. * I v : i i M 9 m i J i f J LV. K \i ) } f H 1Í i'V 7 1 I \ -a V; £W<: A TARIFF INTERVIEW. The Laboring:-Mao and the Razor-Backed Hog Discuss Protection. "You are a pretty poor-looking' ani- mal," remarked the Laboring-Man to the Razor-Backed Hog. 44 If you got much thinner, they could cut hay with you." 44 It is true that I am thin," frankly admitted the Hog; 44 but what can you expect? The farmer who owns me has to pay such high prices for every- thing he buys, owing to the benefits of a protective tariff, that he can not af- ford to feed me on corn. With Amer- ican prices adjusted to meet an aver- age duty of 47 per cent, on imported goods, the native Hog has to root for himself." 44 Ah, but then you must remember," said the Laboring-Man, 4'that, mean as you are, you are always worth the 2 cents a pound on your bacon and 1 cent, a pound on your pork which the tariff assures you; for nobody can bring foreign products to compete with you without paying that duty upon them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 October 1888

'i IE p^; • " ' V * '. ■rt: y — / ¡¿umMsm^resqeut* lUUahftA «wy Thursday Kosming RKill E. KILLER, EDITOR ASP PUBLISH R. ai the Pest Office a* Canadian aa second class matter. FOR COJntfIS8IOJiBRTH€eilWt NO. 1. We are authorized to announce tliat JO HS WOOD isa candidate for County Commissioner of Prccittet No. 1 at the ensuing elect on in xwvember" OF StTBSCBIPTIOX: Old Year, In advance, $1.50. gfx Months, " $,1.00. X MMOOBATIC IOOBMÁU OCTC *b 4, 1S88. ro* COI 8TA.RL*, neoioc? mo. 1 We are authorized to announoe that AIITHUE M. TARBII.Lr fn a candidate for the office of Constable of Precinct Number 1 at the ensuing eleo tiua i:i ffovember next. are authorized *to announce that II. Z. WECKE^SER is a candidate for the otfice of Constable of rrcclnct No. lat the enduing election in November next. the traders BANK, 8 OF CAJTAD1AV, %'ZSLUk CAPITAL STOCK, \ .... 150,000^ TRANSACT A GENERAL BAlfKlKG BUSINESS. 0OLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MABX AND REMITTED. COEHJ5SFOHDSNCB SOLICITED. Fis Only lakh ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 October 1888

' f Ml if ■ IS 9* i I ■ t I U i i i « ft 1 \ V j i H / ) V Á ) COU5TT OFFICER*. JBL K PA end Tw C#C«te:, T. T. M«Om 1M Sbcrtí* Ow V AJrtnj OfitoL, J. F. Hopttae J.J.Gcrtash B. M- Baker >f, Lewis Dbrr If. 8. Deokor COMMISSIONERS. tX*;artc% Samuel Pottaid G. C, AJrfas Vsrtrd M Gtoozgo simpson Fo«rth M J. JX AadcjBoa CHUBCH DIEBCTOBT. Tko cev puacbtn is town h ?« boon numerous this week. A called term of the coa miss les- era court was held last Monday. Jerry Mnnaon removed with his family to Glazier last Monday. CM your job work dene at the fSfi Tlii precinct Is without a Cf*n-> atable at present «9 rio ctae ha^ vet • been appointed to the v«oancy ed by the resignation of Mr Ak.n « Cattle en the rangas a* a ho urn by | the recent round-ups in this vicini- ty are in fine condition and go «pon A:: TT * 3 : COUNTRY:: OPES Qtsaonrt offloc. We oka atre joo vbe aarket «>« highes* of riling prices. KBTHODI9T MPISOOFAL. H 21 o'clock a. m. and • o'clock p. bbl on fam second fionday In...

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

' "■ 11 11 1 m V > . I 'M RENOUNCING HARRISON. Independent Irishmen Who Supported Blaine in 18S1 Revolt. The news which excited great inter- est at Democratic headquarters in New York was the action of about one thousand Irish-Americans who were ardent supporters of Mr. Blaine in 1884, but who have now come out for Cleveland and Thurman. The follow- ing resolutions adopted by them and sent to Democratic headquarters by the president,Edward J. Rowe, explain the causes of their change of views: Resolved. That as Protectionists, believing that ihe full measure of real protection to the working-men the greatest good to all the people can be best secured under a lower and more equal system of custom house taxa- tion, do most he rt:ly indorse the plan of tariff reform contuinecfcin the M lis bill. 2. That trusts and monopolies fostered and encouraged by unjust State and National laws, imposing unequal tariff taxes and laying tribute to the consumers of the products controlled by them, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 October 1888

vv J •* 3K ' ' ', H - V au m I H ■ I 4 . / ; J;. 'I t &> V t HALF A DOZEN HOE ÜOfiS. Two More Victim3 Credited to the ^ Whitechapel Maniac—Intenso Excitement NEATNESS OF MONKEYS. And Bewildering Theories—Chinamen Ordered Out of Truckee For Selling Opium to Indians. A Negro Shoots Two Whita Men and is Exonerated—Irishmen and Italians in a Gutting Scrape. London, Oct, 1.—The two women found murdered near the scene of the former butcheries in Whitechapel Saturday night have been recognized as dissolute charac- ters, who have long frequented that vicin- ity. One of them was found in Berner street with her throat cut from ear to ear. The other was discovered lying on Mitre square. She, lik3 the iirst mentioned vic- tim, had her throat cut, but in addition she had been disemboweled and her nose had been cut oil*. The murderer had evi- dently been disturbed in his work in Berner street and had no time to mutilate Jocko's Passion for Brushing the Clothes of His Friends. When I was at...

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

gm, KPri vv t" *• • ■mm rjr- 111 - fft -v *\ r\ * \ |fe ♦ ADVERTISED LETTERS. List nf A vp,-; i >e I L?Ucr.< . " - Canadian Post CKü.v. A- l*^*. FULL OF FUHk DOMESTIC details. or Citan, J, K. 1 2 Cuolev, iSS k"-)v> •* 1 3 Ivi.ily, I). T. 1 A. 4 Fondor, ¡v !?<" " .e ¿M f> r'arristm. H, '>• 2 ( 4 Mrf ' 1 v, 1 * 7 Hill, 1*j • • X I i * a J f * v. V i! iaui i 9 Keller, F W. i 10 Lowe, li. II. i X 11 McCreary, Ja^. i>. •r 1 1 1 :i Stair. Kirk. I 14 Shofin'mirij , f,. 1 15 Walters, J. 1 li) Wilsi.ii, L.T. 1 17 Woods, Kol> rt 1 . Don't buy expensive furniture and showy carpets at tlie sacrifice of pictures, books, or the things which so much more truly help to make a true home., Housewokk is dignified, honorable and i M. A. Locxk, F.M TTZB C. W. 5TUEP. T5 ^ ~€j Jusiica of the J. ATZ> A'OT.t U V P ÜT-' '" Can atl i ar, Tesas. .-u-iur J-n~1 iny- umcjmj i>tWTWTKKgy:<f. ^ST-* M '• .to r? TI d ^ Ti'rl r iLi i tiü fcvíf .«# '>r fGnút Via ***•#• ¿ifJ *-! < a...

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