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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 7 November 1888

£ :-V -. mr.m ■. V ?Z&afr .;Oí ?>¿ w¡ m ÍSPl Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, - TEX A 3 A handsome offer has been made ta CoL Robert 6. Ingersoll by a foreign manager to deliver forty lectures in Europe next spring. Emperob William's eruption from the ear is said to be troubling him again. Perhaps this is owing to his visit to Mount V esnvius. Henry Yillard says that he attrib- utes his success as a railroad man to the knowledge he gained of human nature by newspaper work. The Emperor of Germany has be- stowed the Order of the Black Eagle upon his wife, who bestows the Order of the Bath upon the baby every day. Happy family, thai! Gen. Lord Wolseley is troubled with insomnia. His nervous system has doubtless been injured by his ef- fort to sustain the oppressive dignity required of "England's only GentsraL" Belva Ann Lockwood has just made a serious campaign blunder. She asserted "in a recent speech that a woman who pets a pug dog is not yet civilized. What should a woman petP ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 7 November 1888

-?v - . •j&f'z: -'■ •*£? r^ta^-vf-r IB fg gbssg iMfflK # ..-' <-k4¿s ¿ - ÍWBrQ- SILL TRUBER, BURGLAR. lUslfe W S« % / \ i 'i J lí Smith, the porter, was aft work in alley behind the establishment of kins, Son & Co. He was a big, hurley fellow, with a bullet head set strongly on his shoulders. He whirled heavy packages end over end and flung them on the dray as if they were • fcandred weight each. He seemed fust the man for the jobu In the office at the back of the store sat Mr. Hoskins. His back was tow- ards the window that looked out on ilhe alley. A man was standing talk- ing to him, when suddenly he seemed to tuotioe Smith. Then he stopped talking and stared, ••What's the matter/1 asked Hos- fttins. "Who's that loading the boxes on ithe dray?" Hoskins wheeled round on his revolv- ing chair and looked out. "That? Oh, that's Smith, one of the porters. HTliy?" That man's Bill Tru- you ;;_. V How long have He's been here six Gives perfect satis- ar "Smith, is itP ber, the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 7 November 1888

"• 7. " ■ ¡ *• ... Z£SS3y23£r'£;-: y?- tí-; - - r4M^#|K Canadian Free Press, OFFICIAL OR6AM OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. L !. UM Hit isi ífífritUr. •1.60 PIR TEAR; ti FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. FVBL1S22ZI> EVZI17 WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. Eatared at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. I inch single column, $1,50 per month. 9 or more inches €1,00 per inch per n.02ilh- J^oeal3, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. ,Tob work at reasonable prices. 13111s presented monthly. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judye, E- E- Polly Sl'.erir, T. T. MeGce D ?p.ity Sbwií?, - <3. V.r. Akins Cl?rk, ..... J. Ii. Hopkins Tr?Mur?r. ... - J. J. Gíjíucíi Lejjkl iMlviaer to the Coojti!l5;«ion- vri' Court, .... It. M. Raker Junttee-of the Pe ce - - Chris Stumj ALBCSfor. Lewi? Dirr. SurT«-or, .... W. 8. Docker. COMMISSIONERS. Kit; District, ... Sftniucl Pollard F«coad District, - - O. C. Akin? Third DLtrict, - - - Jobn Anderson Fourth District...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 November 1888

& •• ae íaísi - ¿Mk ^mm-; 0--xr-^S^ ■■ -. - wwmm^ Pf REE ■if? P R E S S. *$$8 >L. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Nov 14:888. No 16 >. DeLong was a caller Sunday. It arrived in the city last we* iter. Smith, of Cataline is in the dty. Geo. Akin wan in the city a few days ago. J. F. Weed came is Saturday from Ochiltree. Mr. Logsdale has moved into his neweottage. The bótela have done a good business the past week. Col. E. C. Gray, of Higcins was in town Tuesday; r. Stump was over from the Wash- yesterday.! Ed Montgomery has returned from a trip to Kansas r.ity. Misses Anna and Katie Polly were Hurrah. rk fr ☆ I Did you notice the Lone Star vote k for Judge Thomas? Chas. Frickey and Bennett returned ' fn-m Mobeetie Saturday. W. J. Todd, of the Bar C. ranch was looking over Canadian last week. Leatou Winsett, who is at Higgins, is reported as being better, but is still confined to his bed. Messrs Brown and Abney have taken the contract to c-try the mail be- twe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 November 1888

SBgg ggg is ■ ?/■ if- - •> Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN', TEXAS James Russell Lowell will sail for home on Nov. 22 The new Lord Major of London ia a Ian-maker named Whitehead. Mulhall has broken the world's swimming record in £ngiand. He swam 1,000 yard? io 14 min. 17} sea It is said that the late Alexander H. Stephens during his lifetime educated 150 boys and fifty girls, giving them all a collegiate education. Eir press Frederick is greatly pleased with Sir Morell Mackenzie's book and has written a letter of nearly twenty pages to tell him so. Mrs. Lanotrt told an Omaha re- porter that she loved nothing better than to attend to her household duties and that she delights in doing her own clothes mending. Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes will preside at the annual meeting of Wo- men's Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at Bos- ton, earlv next month. Says a foreigu correspondent: •The Crown Prince "of Germany is a dear little fellow six years old. with fair ?kin, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 November 1888

na w 1 Jr V 1 1 € 'WkM. ^T/v- NAMES OF THE DEAD. Further News From the Horri- ble Mine Disaster. A Description That is Thrilling and Viridis Given by One of the Survivors—He Wonld Not Believe the Narrow Escape He Had -News That Can Prey on Imagination. Tut Off In an Instant. pittsbttto, Kan., Nov. 10.—At 5:15 o'clock tbis morning an explosion awful in the horror of Its result , occured at the Cherokee and Pittsburg company's coal shaft No. 2 at Frontenac, three miles north of this city, and the report vas distinctly beard here. The working: level of the shaft is sixty-five feet below the surface and at the time of the explosion 164 men were down in the awful traps of death. A few minutes later one man escaped by the air shaft and since then twen- ty-four have reached the surface by the same means. There can be little doubt that the remain- der have perished, as the main entrance to the shaft is piled full of debris and dead mules, and those escaping: report crawling over dead men at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 November 1888

m m pj~ im Canadian Free Press, «*** years a tvpo. '■&' & ' --t, '■ '• *r' *: il£-- -V ' OFFICIAL OKGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. L I. URI Eitir nd Fnprtetw. km m tkab; *1 fob six months. strictly ik advance. published evefty f WEDNESDAY at cahadiak. texas. Entered at tbe Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Inch single column, $1,50 per month. £ or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. HEMPHILL COUXTY OFFICERS Judge, E. E. Polly Skerllf, T. T. McGee Deputy Stierlf, - - G. W. Akin* Clerk, ..... J. H. Hopkins Tmuurei, - * - J. J. Qerlach Lefptl é\ Iser to the Commission- er ' Ceurt, ... . B. M. Eaker Juatie* of the P&ftce - - Chris Stump Assessor. - - * - • - Lewis Dirr. Surveyor, .... W. S. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. First District, Second District, Third District, - Fourth District, strict Judge, District Attorney, Samuel ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 November 1888

Hits; r«- - • - ¿M t ? J ' ' -; ' • • ^ -'- '= * '-r- ' ^ i;M. *¿\^'. -•;. •• :' v V ~"! {-"¿taI 1 l'.1 — A.-jJggJL->- I'g"1 IM — J f L r" sr# r - -,■• •'•>■ %<%«#$ ^ •? s •" ,v. •«?. -' *m!8 ADIA REE PRE SB ,,.. j - -vj'S M > / P1 ft Vol. 2. FEMALE PHYSICIANS. Om of Tlutr Kmh f IpMki About SaeeMa la Mm Mmct • < W«fW Miss Harriet Post, a talented young lady who has been a practiciag physi- cian in New York City for eight years. In passing through Pittsburgh on her way to the East after her vacation in her Western home, remained oyer a few honrc and chatted pleasantly with some lady friends concerning women in the medical profession. "In the Middle States," said she, "the female, piiysiciaf. has made but small* head way; she is looked upon with suspicion, and in many cases as some wild ani- mal to be severely let alone. "In the East and in the extreme West is different* In the West the female doctor, like the female farmer, is grow* ingtp with the country, and if ah* p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 November 1888

m. i* i m w Wm m . $út e-i, r- mm Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS A JEALOUS TM&EbY. Notes of the Ire Stricken Woman Who Committed the Deed. Count Von Moltke's favorite flow- er Is the rose, and he has at Kreisau one of the finest rose gardens in ¿he world. General Francis A. Walker will deliver the eulogy on General Sheri- dan in Tremont Temple, Boston, on Dec. 18. The Young Business Man Met His Death on Account of Being too Much on th* Mormon Lay-His Affections, if He Had Any, Were Well Distributed-He Played Three on His List of Alleged Lore. Millionaire Flood may yet retnrn to this country and read his own obituaries. He is said to be improv- ing slowly. Thr Empress of Anstria contem- plates a voyage in the West Indias, to be followed by a tour through the United States. Miss Ethel Mackenzie, daughter of Sir Morell, is a journalist by pro- fession and tbe correspondent of two American papers. General Boulanoer dresses with extreme elegance. When in civilian's attire he is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 November 1888

THE DAY OF RECKONING. : " : - :• 1 111 |S£" Kjg% life i Howards for the Drill as Well as the Brilliant; The R v. Ta'mage Discourses on the Parable of the T>n Talents—Prepare for the Great Dav—Thf i)ay When All Natíos Are Lis- tening for Their Doom. Special to The Kanta* City Tima. Brookltx, Nov. 18.—At the Tabernacle this morning tbe acclaim of the worshippers was very great as they joined in tbe opening Duxolojry. Professor Brow no rendered ex- quisitely the organ solo, Sonata in C minor, Rbelnberger. Tbe pastor, the Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, D. D., took Tor his text: "Unto one be gave five talent^, to another two, and to another one; to '.very man according to bis several ability." Matt, xxv. la. He Bald: Many of tbe parables of Jesus Christ were more graphic in the times in which be lived than they r*re now, because circumstances have so rjuch changed. In olden times, when a rrr^n wanted to wreak a grudge upon his neighbor, after tbe farmer had scattered tbe see<\ -wheat over...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 November 1888

Canadian Free Press, OFFICIAL OR©AN OF HEMPHILL COUNT! L V, IMM Editar tú Proprietor, 11.69 FER YEAR; $1 FOR SIX 3IONTH8 STRICTLY IX ADVANCE. r7BLISHEf> EVERY "WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. /- 5 • •; •• ••<•..; • •_ • • '•'• - ¿V' - ••••• - % 3|I||Í¡¡ ■' J 35^ ofe'fif .<imw*W <HWWI 3¿S .-..Vr ■<IWH asi llBlaiHB5 - r,f l|p i «ni ii— i n i wrawwwsiiw i". fjtgpmmmmm——mmmmtmm^^w> ^r rt fcr r~ f .-.T IS ■ <* - §Pl r - Iff \ HE • RK " "-•! í#?í Katered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. «P#- SIB ; . fc£ ADVERTISING RATES. 1 iacli single column, SI.50 per month. 1 or inore inches $1,00 per inch per month. Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthlv. JKEWHILL COUNTT OFFICERS Judfe, E. E. Polly T. T. McGee "Deputy Sheriff, ... Q. W. Al;ins <Ti :*h, J. H. Hopkins J ret. - J. J. Gerluch Letal ndTliier to the Commission- ers' Court, ... - B. M. Baker Justice of the Peac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 November 1888

• - ' - - . • - , ; SM afe'i.- - sá-:'3B& 81ífr;S&áFi *|s^( - iptlpflill I ■■".■& • - * -.f V OL. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas. Wednesday Nov 281888. i\018 JAL A5D PERKONAL. The grass is quite short. Thanksgiving to-morrow. 217. Trani Flowcrsjs quite ill. The Panhandle is bound to boom. Mrs. J. P. Taezer is convalescent. The pay car arrived Sunday even- It. K. Mc Mordie. Mgr. Alex. Barton and Oscar Mc Mordie, all of the 7K ranch were in the city Monday. For a good shave and hair cut go to the Ton sor i al Kooms of J. P. Yaeger, Second St., back of Van Horn's. inc. Frank Bikers, Collier Williams, and J. A. Goddis, all of Kigzins were look- | ing ovei the city Wednesday last. j Dr.Chas, W.Croftof the Turkey Track i ram ii was in the t ;t> sever; .! 'Jays this Paul Ilofie lias returned f:om \ c n- v looking alter hat toivipan} s cat- on. 'tie. II. C, ila< >ins. S; Lou.s, was in t«<o; itey. S. II. Carter of R^h^ris county ^ I " city. ( made ns a pleasant c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 November 1888

' - Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, - TEXAS II m m*. m m % % Tint condition of the veteran Eng- lish lUtcsoiAi John Bright has became critical. w ■ ii ii — Jcstice Matthews of the United Slates Supreme Court is steadily gain- ing health. There is a rumor that Rev. Edward Everette Hale has in preparation a -Life of Christ" The late Captain John Sawyer of Penacook, N. H., left an estate esti- mated at $100,000. President Smith of Trinity College, Hartford, has been chosen as assistant to Bishop Bedell of Ohio. Now the people can study the eco- nomic question on its merits a nd look at it through party glasses. • Philadelphia boasts an attend- ance of one hundrod thousand pupils at her public schools this year, and still throe thousand children cannot be admitted for lack of room in some of the wards. < It is said tbat Dr. Margaret Crump- ion, who has just been elected a dele- gate from Pittsbnrg to the Pennsyl- vania Medical Society, is the first wo- man in the United States to rece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 November 1888

SEIZED BY A SAURIAN. fro n: * * c i Ik I b *> A Mother Rescues ner Child u. Terrl ble Deatli. A family named Lambert, living on Lake Charlie Apopka, or Tsala lake, fu it is called, report a very thrilling experience at tbeir place the other day, writes a correspondent of the St. .Louis O lobe-Democrat from Apopka, lila. The family is composed of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert and three children, two boys and a girl baby, the boys being eight and fifteen respectively and the girl just able to toddle about They moved here some two years ago and pre-empted a homestead on the sonth side of the lake. The house is built about two hundred yards from the lake and on a slight elevation, the land in front sloping down gradually to the water's edge. At the left, oil' some distance, is a saw-grass pond. Near this Lambert built an inciosure (or his pigs, o^e side facing the lake, and up to a month ago he had a mag- nificent lot of porkers. Several weeks since one night he heard a tremendous uproar in h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 November 1888

Í I fe*: m . - - ■ H -.. ■'. i t t ■ E RHB fe-= - - I É8BS >- • Hp&' f n' m * * jc>¿ W- W- I? H %~ « 1^^ ~ - 5 jr r - exas * *-*.v Otnadian Free Press, OIXICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. Ü ••jMigMi _.„ -f,..^^,- ,r . ■•■- -. ■ ... .'. ■•'=•.'• - '.-." V' r' J \ ■■ -' ■-■: - . - "v.- i w-iaSS v « r«*=■•'« w.n> Vh-.ti *•■*+*■« '■ «v>wni«> n. -4m¡e*¡4m L V. Hit ito si i Pri^rlttir. ft.*C VBK year; $ 1 for six months. •TSICTLT IN ADVANCE. frVK¿8IQD EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CAVADTAN. TEXAS. Dalcrtd at the Postoffice at Canadian as lecond-class matter. advertising rates. 1 inch sin^ta column. £1.00 per month. & r more Inches $1,00 , er inch per month. Locals, Srst insertion l-*>e per line .Additional insertions 30c. i>er lino. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills £T«MZ2liAl BiOathlV. SiBkrmLL COUNTY OFFICERS Ju4*,e, H. E Polly fcherifi", - T. T. McGec Deputy SisTrlíf, ... G. W. Akins Clerk. J. H. Hopkins Tsessnt-ur. .... J. J. Gerlach Le#al ftivlser to the Co:a:n:*s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 December 1888

" * .:r. ¿¿fe':': :-iS Vv'-' - i ,• Í -* K mm 1/ i vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill cbuiray, Texas, Wednesday Bee- 5 2888. LOCAL. AND PERSONAL. Xovr taxes are now due. Not ce Geo. Adler's locals. Mr. Flowei'S is convalescent. District court December 10th. Jack Cunningham is in Peorgi^. Ed fletcher was in town Monday. Paul Hofle lias opened a restaurant- Toys, toys, at Money's News Stand. W. Jr. llardwick is down from Kiowa. Ton: Lewis was over from Lipscomb ^atun ay. Coli n£l Jolly of Panhandle City is Texas State Lands Conditions of Bale. in the cjty. Rob t McKay is over at Tascosa for a f e vy e.ays. The public lands in the Panhandle of Texas are'owned.byjthe state of Texas and have been classified as pasture, ag- ricultural, and timber lands. These may be settled upon and purchased at from $2 to $3 per acre, by actual sut- lers, in quantities not less than 100 nor more than G4Ü acres of agricultural lands, nor more than four sections of gr;izi.ig or pasture lands. County clerks will gi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 December 1888

Wm ■shHIm ^ • ; ' Canadian Free Press. Kf* j p i CANADIAN, TEXAS President Patton of Princeton has never become a citizen of this country. TheAe are 625 freshmen at Oxford college, England, and 862 at Cambridge. A little girl in DeKalb county, Georgia, rejoices in the name of Susan Julia Melinda Maria Savannah Eliza- beth Lady-Bug Towers. The emperor of Germany sleeps, as did his grandfather, on an iron camp- bed. He is subject to insomnia and often walks his room the entire night. A Swiss watch manufacturer has just invented a watch for the blind, on the dial of which the hours are indicated by twelve projecting^pegs, one of which sinks every hour. The Hon. Thomas B. Reed of Main* has been lecturing at San Francisco on ♦•Heroism in Historv." He has received much social attention during his visit to the Pacific coast. Captain Adolph Jaeger of the steamship Maine has made 1,000 round Atlantic voyages in the service of the North German Lloyd company—a total of about 700,000 miles. Tss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 December 1888

'■*&Qs&a¿¡&*- mm£- m *W mm '• :s- 'v •' . .r - . IPS®! . W^S The Red Light. 1? •lis 'V "Ton see that cripple comin' over then with a cratch, do ye's?" said old Jim Perkins, the section foreman, whoa* section ended at the little town P ' on the Sonth Shore Railroad, to the accompaniii£ passenger with whom he had struck up a conversation while they were both waiting on the station platform for the east bo and pas- senger train. He nodded his head as he spoke to- ward a girl sixteen or seventeen years of age, who was hobbling up the road toward the depot, The passenger said he saw her and 31m continued: •'Well, sir, that little girl is a he- ro- wine, she's got more bravery in her than any two people t' I know on. Sand! Why,she's got moro sand than the biggest mogul engine on the South Shore Road. Ye don't see what chance she has to show it, eh? ••Welirii tell ve a story that'll open yer eyes, I'm thinkin'; hold on till she gets by." ••How d'dt* Mary," he said, as the girl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 December 1888

fr I ■ ! W Canadian Free Press, kaudl# " w«nt '' TUB ©FFI€IAJ. OR#AN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. - V" V fife , * ; L. K, HARM Editar aná PrsBfictSF. «1.50 TEH TEA*: $1 FOR *LX MONTH?. STRICTLY IS ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as aecond-class matter. ADVERTISING KATES. I inch single column, $1,60 per month. I or more inches $1,00 p«r inch per month. Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions ll)c per line. Job work at reasonable pi it'én . Bills [Mesented monthlT. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Jsdge, E. E. Polly ^kwriff, T. T. McGe- Ufoputy Sheriff, - - Q. W. Akin? tflerk, J. H. hopkins Treaaurer. - J. J. (Jerlach Leg 1 adviser lo the Commission- ers' Court, - - B. M. Baker Justice of tbe Peace - - Chris 8tuiup .Assessor, ..... Lewis Dirr. Surveyor, .... W. S. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. Samuel Pollard Jfrst District, Second District, Third District. •Fourth District, strict Judge. Dlatrict Attorney. G. C. Akin- John Anders...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 12 December 1888

vol. 2. Canadian Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Dec. 12 1888. No 20 if? ETC r.OCAL AND PERSONAL. THE FRUITS OF IT. •-— The proof of the pudding is the chew-1 Beautiful weather. idg of th(í bai?> ; Your taxes are now due. If Texas land policies have not been J „ . , , radically v.Tonjr hurtful in t'■« ir i N otice Geo. A Her s locals. . ,.. . , . operation; , how an the:-- tueis to <• a G Ilciiiimj; 1 of Vernon is in the ' counted for? r.jtx j The census of 1SS0reported :i p.-pern Our uieichan-are naving a good trade. 1 tion of ÍH16 in the Panhs ed: oí Te\a- comprising twenty seven conties. Tic? report is blank with resveet to Dr. M linger retuicd :a-- ■*.t.<.. li'.'Tu ('a-.-oi-, Sherman, o'-hdtvee ^ ('?! v. IT* * V • ► V tiSii YV U\>ff a .,'u^mia an í i j * • passenger train mining or. time. Mcssiv¿. At wood of ' ii • attending court. Mr. Tyler oi the Paia Dura was in' the Cit* last w íjLiv. JDr. E- Longley returned from Kun-. «as Monday evening. '- J. D. Kubank i was...

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