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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 18 October 1888

Pi i i m Mi > * VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1888. no. 51 GERLACH BROTHERS. (DKAIJ2KS IN ES, DRY GOODS GrAin and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to give you Low Fisrires. SET ORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES All Over the Panhandle. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. un 'JV'o Counbri/ Town can Duplicate our pj ice CANADIAN, - TEXAS, —DEALERS IN ñ BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, hats, caps, ladies' ware, And all Articles in the General Dry Goods Line. PRICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST! -ttuying at great Bargains, wc defy competition. Our friends are cordially Labor has commenced upan the invited to cal), examine prices and be convinced. ' wood work of the new court house now building at Panhandle City. Ochiltree had a grand ball recent v and made merry amazingly. The total taxes for Wheeler and attacked counties í. ^j $11,250.49. Farwell cow ka a resident min- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 18 October 1888

. '4C9e^B96íSw' Sr'l#®Wiülü(.iTí "ittwt iniis • > THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. FKESHlIAN 2. TS£IZiIf££„ Editor & Fub'r. published ever i tiiuksday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS, THE WOULD AT LA1ÍGE. Summary of the Dally Norn CONGRESS. In the Senate on the 8th the resolution providing for a joint committoe to inquir^into the contracts and vrork on the Washington acquecluct tunnel was adopted. After Other minor business the Senate Tariff bill vras taken up and Senator Allison spoke in favor of it. After an ineffectual effort to have a day fixed for closing the debate, Senator Vance spoke in opposition to the substitute for the Mills bill. Senator Hiscock obtained the floor and the Senate adjourned....In the House the Senate bill for the disposal of the Fort Wallace reservation in Kansas passed; also a bill to constitute Lincoln, Neb., a port of entry; also a bill to reimburse J. W. Patterson, late postmaster at Humboldt, Kan,, for certain moneys stolen from his office; also the bill ap- propr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 18 October 1888

"S Itf I *• \ I m > * % HI I \ I ► 4 * * a h % FACTS FOR LABORERS, - What Five Dollar Will Bay In the United State an<l ip England. Working-men are told by the prohib- itory tariff advocates that they get bet- ter wa^es under our high protective pplicy than do the workmen in Eu- rope, and that the cost of living is no greater, and in fact is less as far as the necessaries of comfortable living are concerned. Perhaps the working-men have believed this, because they have had no means at hand for testing its truth. They may think differently when the facts are laid before them. A working-man in Cleveland has five dollars to spend in necessaries for his family. Another working-man in Lon- don has an equivalent sum. Which man's money will go the farthest? An examination of the price-lists of the establishments of a similar class in London and Cleveland will answer the question. All the standard brands of Chicago meats are quoted the same in London as here. In hams, bacon and lard a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 18 October 1888

K Hi ffctuxiintt. BlSlrtT^rery Thursday OfffíUSL e. miller, editor akd publisher. aft tit* Port Ofio* it OumoOiñM a* soooad dam matt . W# **♦ nYilUoriod I am«H e* JACK QCftfXtNGMAM iiM * oaadiddt* for T*J iDur ol Hemph 1 C^n í ty ti tt e e. election iu November next. THE TRADERS BANK, *9 CAXABJJLV, mu of Scbscbittiox: • Jmr, in ad vju o«, H *°- ti , " [OO RATIO JOVWB0AL October 1<S, 1888. OTO MATIOWAL TICKBT Tor Pre«id««t ^poyer CLEVELAND. For Vice-Pr«vd#ut gJJMX Q. THLRMAX. STAT* TICIHT. -¡- - .v.'-:- ' - . ' ' j Frr 8oTer or, L, «. R088. Vor Li«ateB*Bt G.wmwr, X B WHBELEE. far At'ora.y Gen.nl, JAMES 8 HOQQ. For Comptroller, JOHN D McCALL For TroMorer, F LUBBOCK. ifa- (Ummisnorer di General Land ottce B M HALL. Vk BaperinUndeat Public Tnatnwt'on ^OSCAB H COOPKR .Par Chisf Juittct Sapreme Coarl, 1 J W STAYTON ■■ AMoeiftt* Justice Snpreme Cc«rt JOHN L HENRY, B R GAINES fir Judge Court of Appeal* J M HURT H A W1LLS0N J P WHITE Jteprosoataitire in OonRress, 11th DUtriet S. W.T LAN H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 18 October 1888

i U 9 1 ■\ s « 4 # r % 12T < 1 1 \l I I «i J \ • Ni [ # i y I M i.^1 ■ 4 \ i i. . F • V T.*. e. ir ajeíjm B. M. Baker Lewi* FHét W. 8. Decker COMMISSIONERS. I>i®triet, ^ Samuel Polliud * G. C. Akin* d *• Georwe sfmpson lh u J. if Anderson CHURCH bifefecrORf. MKTHODIOT EPISCOPAL. Servieoe at 11 oVJock a. m. and 8 o'ciork p. in. o& second Sunday in each month. W. A. CooPKX. 1'altor. VSIQs SUNDAY -SCHOOL. Meets Snndav wording at 10 o'clock: Mfer. I M, McKs i&hti Hupt BAND OF HOPE. Meets each Satar- >a 8 o'clock. Mp*. Burlingame, Supt. tHE - ? Kails Daily lrom both norib aad south fest Office open everir day but Sunday fegb 8 o'clock a. m. tía y p. m. Open sundaj from 8 to 16 a. m. and from * to * p: ta. ) Ü1 li frdm the Ka%t d^ert at TiOO p m from the >^rest open at 9100 ¿ iü ¿eristry Departnieiit closes every day II 0 dock p. da. M. A: fcofc**; t: M. T , ÍIMÍ? TABLE. IÉ effect Sunday, Juue 17. Atchison, Fe RvUroti Santa *pg#ns arrive and depart as follows® Wit boun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 18 October 1888

'J A PAIR, OF HOfiKOES. Appalling Accident on the Ltehlgh Valley Railroad. Two Crowded Excursion Trains Collide and Scores of Passengers Are Killed and Injured—fearful Accident at Quincy, 111. Wilkesbarre, Pa., Oct. 11.—A special train on the Lehigh Valley railroad, car- rying a Wiikesbarre delegation home from Hazleton from the Father Mathew cele- bration last evening, wa3 wrecked above Penn Haven and it was reported that sev- eral cars were completely wrecked and some forty or more persons killed. The rumor of the terrible accident was soon confirmed. The fifth division of the Father Mathew excursion returning from Hazleton was wrecked and the cars piled <ap in a shapeless mass, one being stood upon its end. All the cars were crowded and the fatalities will run into awful fig- ures. All the physicians from White Haven and nearby points are at the wreck, as also all Lehigh Valley officials from this city. The number killed is variously reported from twenty-five to eighty per- so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 18 October 1888

*t 9 \ « II i * 9 I ft I * • ; i t V- N THUÜMAN'S LETTER. The Democratic Vice-Presidéntiül Candidate Formally Accepts His Nomination. In a Bri< f EpisMe He Declares Hif Adherence to (he St. Louiá Plat- form. A Denial That Hi^h Taxation is Oon* ducivs to Prosperity—What Laboring Men Need. -Judge Thur- given to Columbus, O., Oct. l.">. man's letter of acceptance was the press last evening. The first draft of the letter was in the Judge's handwriting • and tlit? typewriter copies showed only a few changes in punctuation from the original. It was as follows: lion. Patrick A. Collin* and otters, Committee: Columbus, O., Oct. 12.— Gentlercea: In j obedience to custom I send you this formal ao- j ceptance of my nomination for the oCice of Vico-President of the United States made by the National convention of the Democratic party at St. Louis. When you did me the honor to call upon me at Columbus and officially notify me of my nomination, I expressed to you my sense of ob- ligation to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 18 October 1888

1 ;^áaisüto^yc**ef*3;' \ \ ADVERTISED_LÉTTERS. List f Adrertised Letter in tk< 0#nadifc* Pest Office, Sept. 1, 138, 1 Cams, J• K. 1 2 Cooley, Miaa Ebb 1 3 Easly, D. T. 1 4 Fender, Eugene I má 5 Harrison, H, S. 2 Q Hemingway, Chw. 3 7 HUU Ed. 2 9 Heaslej, William L, 1 9 Kellcy, F. W. 1 10 Lowe, B. H. 1 11 McCraary, J as. B. 1 12 Smith, James. 1 IS Stair, Kirk. 1 14 Shotinburg, h. 1 15 Walters, J. VT. 1 16 Wilaoii, L. T. 1 17 Woods, Robert 1 Maps and Land' I ftjn prepared to furnish on sho uotice BLTIE PltlNi COI'IE# of the Land Office Mass Oí all the Panhandle counties, at One D« lil* per copy for each county. I coatr n kwge quantity of lands in moat of t J*ínhandle eountie." and will be pleas< tuanish lista of them to purchasers. .T S.DAIjGHERtY. Pallas rex CITY BARBER SHO! I JAKE YiEGEIt, Piop'r. For a clean Shave, * A smooth Hair c"t A Nice Shamnco EOT and COLD BATE Canadian, Main St., Tei Afires ÍSTTRT! iíTB T?'rr's r $iL£L /,• "i-- Ü ; . / , i ; -j,! /.!& ¿Ur.: • • / ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 October 1888

JSP hy- W m ^S&'i 0i [ t Í 4 i « ; t J'f. Il t, t i ( i 'y { \ ? r* Í VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1888. NO. 52 GEELACH BROTHERS. -(DEALERS IH The Tournament! GROCERIES, DHY GOODS GbAin and Flour, AND HATS, OUTFITTERS u Wq bardie Flour and Grain by Car Load lot and are prepared to give you low fibres. 8EFCEE BETING Elsewhere Call & SIT PRICES A"o Coufitnj Town can Duplicate our pi ice OANADIAN. - - - TEXAS A •DKALf.Eí; IN- BOOTS. SHOES & NOTIONS, GE1STS' EÜEHIDHIHG GOODS, hats, caps, ladies' ware, IMPORTANT TO CANDIDATES. 1 il A FAIR CROWD ABB A GOOD TIME. The Grand Tournameat has com# and gene, leaving behind it only pleasaat memories an:* a rscord of success, although 3* w, cold and rainy weather interfered seriously vrith the number of people present and the pleasure of thoae wk o were in attendance. At 9:30 ia the morning of Thurs- day the Knights assembled at tke ¿epot aud mareheti to the Tourna- ment grounds east of the court house, where a large c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 October 1888

■bvmnbim THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. FRESCA*: i:. DILLES, Edito? ft Pub'r, published evkíív thursday AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. ; IHE WOULD AT LAItGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. The Senate on tho 15th setapart the first Tuesday in December for discussing the Union Pacific Funding bill. A lively tilt took place between Senators Blair and Cockreli as to the character of Mary Ann Doherty, an applicant for a special pension and the bill for whose relief t the President had vetoed. Several unimportant bills passed. The adjournment question was briefly dis- cussed, when debate on the Tariff bill was re- sumed and continued until adjournment—In the House, Mr. Wheeier (Ala.) offered a reso- lution in regard to the tariff, which was re- ferred. Mr. Oates offered a resolution for ad- journment which went over one day. The mo- tion to table the reconsideration of the vote on the Presidential Count bill was adopted, and the House soon adjourned. In the Senate on the 10th discussion of the Tarif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 October 1888

X >< • ?■ M SHORT TARIFF HISTORY. • i 9 fa 1 I. ill t'i r.i i* J K I M I ; 9 o i J M 1 11^ j , t Ni I %■' gF I * What High Taxation Has Done for, or Against the Country. In his New York address Mr. Blaine devoted himself chiefly to the tariff history of the country. In one aspect of the matter this was a wise proceed- ing, for he escaped thereby several troublesome topics. While he soared aloft in eulogy of protection and war tariffs he could not, of course, keep near enough the ground to explain why he voted in Congress for free coal and free lumber. Neither could he be expected to discuss the labor question in the light of his showing, when Sec- retary of State, that 44the inequalities in the wages of English and American operatives are more than equalized by the greater efficient of the latter For the same reason he was able to set **• trusts'1 and 44free whisky" one side and to leave the political 44 revolution" in Maine unconsidered. But in view of the possibility that he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 October 1888

Mi ít.í.v ritrtiiig^^ .ir -iv ..■?■ . -.m ■*' W. m smmm - * ■ *" ■•S-á!" J& I I I Me £mm*íím gruí** 1 ,1?" ".f"'! 'PT«í T. ¿Lessor oí HexaphUí County. at tim en ; «•alai at the ñrs* atrelro of ike quirt ^ . . -.««jfc. . r aIasWÍa.m i N" l\V«<C Ktlf R tí ' Iva J-. .. * _ ...-— 1 m.4 ** H8Jttah«d «very Thursday Mowing^80** e,€<rtit'n ia NoTember next. ; he muss be ¡a rary ¿«sper&te straits áacMM E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. at tbe Post Office at Canadian (Paros, as second dase matter. of Subscription: Otoe Year, in advance, $1.50. « $1J We are authorized to announce that | The trsik is wh&t hurts. LEWIS DIHR Is a candidate fox the office of Tax Asses- er of this county at the ensuing eleetion in Xovomber next. THE TRADERS Of CA*ABIA3T, TfKJLS. CAPITAL STOCK, - - ;ANK s sEc,c<e TRANSACT A «EXERAL BAKKITnG BUSIKEfcS. If the pcopl* pay an in cam pet tit «OLLECTIOXS PROMPTLY MADE AND REMITTED. a DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL. October 25, 1888. ccunty judje $950.00 per year a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 October 1888

\m Hüü Wmi If I] 1 i: v! í. t ,♦4 i 11 9 COVWTT OFFICERS. sfefi rtom. Cefteefcer, - * ■ZZji mvn\ ' X* Tha couaty jidge is run&ing to C,viudiaatc" himsalf. It ia safe to • Miss Mari* Huselby of Mabeetie I tras visiting friends here the latter ¿. V,- aivnK : part of th« week and over S«*d y. j predict tk*t lie will be "yiadic*t«d" i fe" .1 J « 9 ;ft We aro informed that a miaistar from Missouri Trill bt here and iSfc J IT. HopVtos J. J. (¿fsÁ&éb B. M. Baicer Lewi* Pter IV. S. Denkor j preach on the first Sunday in No COMMISSIONERS. ! v*mber Ftk9i I>*<t#tc^ Samuel PoI;ud m*KU*i * o. c. AJc'fcfcS t UMk'd 4* Qeotge simpson! JPcabody, Kansas, Saturday last Htaurtli 44 J. II. Andcasou ' Levi Hoover returned home to i i CHURCH DIRECTORY. HCCTHODIOT EPISCOPAL. Services aft 11 o'clock a. m. and S o'clock \>. u<- cm & second Sunday in each month. W. A. Ooopkk, Pastor. ITNIOn SUXDAY SCHOOL Xeets Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Ma#. L. AL McKnight, Supt. IlANT) OF HOPE. Mee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 October 1888

ib*** :V 5*^-v PR GOVERNOR HILL. New York's Governor Follows Blaine at Indianapolis. An Immense Crowd Listens to His Discus- sion of the Tariff Question—The Mills Bill Favored and the President Indorsed. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 13.—Governor Hill and his party, after stopping at vari- ous town3 in Indiana, where addresses were made, arrived in Indianapolis at 8:15 last night. A drizzling rain was falling. A crowd of 2,000 or inore, including a flam- beau club and representatives from sev- eral other local clubs, met the party at the Union Depot. As Governor Hill alighted he was greeted with prolonged cheers and crie3 of ''Hurrah for Hill." The party took carriages waiting and were escorted directly to Toinlinson's Hall, where the mass meeting was in pro- gress. The big auditorium had been hand- somely decorated for the occasion, and, notwithstanding the inclement weather, the house was well filled with an intelli- gent audience of 4,000 or more. On the stage sat many of the prominen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 October 1888

=X' . t is 111 I. } i ■4 It M I . '^*j3r ■« msmrn J'" ¿?l; ^ TEElilBLE LANDSLIDE. Ten Carloads of Excursionista Killed and Mangled in Italy. Two Leadville- Miners Fall Eight Ilnu- divd Feet Down a Shaft—-A Fear- ful Leap. Four Colored Children Cremated in North Carolina—A Eiver Captain Drowned —Other Casualties. Potenza, Italy, Oct. 22.—111 the land- slide, which occurred near Laterza Satur- day, fifty meters of rock fell upon and crushed ten cars, crowded with excur- sionists returning from the fetes at Naples. The scene of the disaster is in a remote district, and the telegraph wires were broken by the falling rock and earth, and the summoning of help was delayed two hours. Meanwhile the scene was most horrible, the groans of the dying mingling with the shrieks of the injured. Already ninety dead bodies and seventy injured persons have been taken out of the wreck, and the work of excavation is proceeding as rapidly as possible. collision' on the central branch. Frankfort, Kan., Oc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 October 1888

TevTT M*%\ ■ ;• y * f ^^'V* ;■ «* 'f mm*, ■ . * . ac WWM"!kft;.gBg v -7.: 7&$ ScCSEsfj Old Demccmtk i.'etrsocQcr, 4 é THE MISSOURI nriiTtni N h § 5 3 y, * ¿ j 8 KH f I His, lUU.i ÍJÍJU lias changed the same c£ tii© daily issue to —the !f f it L-Jíiü An¿ raüuocd it subscription TcLÍ03, Ob/JTait# TT^wiouí Síiníífly - <ox¿*ííZl&cíTJ ír*ol kíitis sui,.cí\j'«"* «®1®ioo Jhs lesklv Espublican </ « Ton rr-j&Tea GTery Teek. Js tl*to chozpes* and test papar in tho country. CJ.TríTAÍÚ'X KATES. ■Cwo Yo.^v, . - • • ••• •••••• • ; ruííi .'itn ■ '!> w V^r 1 | YJ[ V ( . i < ^ tiOO V ¡(«'ii' >1 í^<N:1pV«'a* WA- V } ........ í?!llC * Kiln r* c«>i!i '"'í* l<> ÍVM ' Ti 'J3r í. •. ■••• ¿< 'C J x\J 1.* Uík'OÍ •%■*' «O iji+OOiS vOV X.« ••«.«••• «-.X¿í ... A . . . ,V' i • " • U ,' f 4 í ul&isj /. " * - r - * >l ...V^ > ,i TV /• v* ¡t* (' j v ' V ' *Cv •. < i X r% V. s . ; r A' r- . .. " "o-. *3wV \ W V. -• V . í Ui í':\ i.'! ' V mi \ ; í . v- r.„r -*.'...

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

in * r-¿m W M ¡ISP#? I i Í I y It* W y r '4 .'V I m IM' i f v-j ■■ ■—- ± -9^W vol. 2 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1888. NO. 1 GEI1LACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DKY GOODS GrAin and Flour, OOTS, SHOES AITD HATS OUTFITTERS ill Over the Panhandle. 5 We handle Flonr and Grain by Car Load lot8 and are prepared to give you Low Fiff'ires. SEfOEE BPYIKG Elsewhere Cali & SET PEIC1S E0F*No Count n/ Town can Duplicate our pt ice CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. 5! IMPORTANT TO CANDIDATES. DEALERS IN M Lfl Mil BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GEMS' FURNISHING GOODS, hats, caps, ladies' ware, 3 FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. The public school at Yascosa has epeaed with 44 pupils. Mangum now has a daily nail from Vernon and is happv. Clarendon has a literary society which meets «rr£ Friday nigkt. Tascosa expects to get coal for the coming wiator at $6 per ton. Lipscomb has an eight acre tract of ground laid off for a cemetery. Attendance at the puV.ic scheel at Childress has ...

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

£ - H-r? f- _*•> ; J - r '""'~~ " ' T ^ v *£3381 mm W0 * t * iC'- •. I? *f¿-ü<íss -¿SSá&í: ■' * ' " S^3^5f P^OTS^; 0Rí§- :rrf •-•^•^•'•s-r-' •' . --A-- wx&Sm* v*"7* %' $■ -. -- -"*' : -.f.-'•. - ;--. r v- • . .' "-¿V"-■*....,?'? - - . J"^"1 .-;J*' E ft I I I I THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. S. MILLia, Editor * Pub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS# THE WOULD AT LAIiG F, Summary of the Daily Nowa WASHINGTON NOTES* The President held a Cabinet meeting on the 23d. Only three of the Secretaries were present. The Comptroller of the Currency has declared dividends in favor of the credit- ors of the Fifth National Bank of St. Louis, which failed November 7, 1887, of 15 per cent., making in all 80 per cent, on claims proved, amounting to $559,410. The Secretary of the Interior has pre- pared his estimates of appropriations for the Interior Department for the tiscal year ended June 1, 1888. They aggregate $94,220,389. Those for the current year aggregate $94 733,138. Sur...

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

"S / i je f i*. V ■ WHICH HAS CHANGED? Lincoln's Secretary of the Treasury to Support Cleveland* The Herald has been a believer in the existence of a conscience of the Nation. As the campaign is on a question of right against wrong, it has been expected that the citizens- who understood the facts of the war tariff would secretly or publicly array themselves against the Republican platform, which has given to wrong the authority of party indorsement The news that Hugh McCulloch, b. lifelong Whig and Republican, Secre- tary of the Treasury with Lincoln, Johnson and a short time with Arthur, has declared for Cleveland, can not fail to have an important influence on the electorate at large. Mr. Mc- Culloch is widely known; he is very old; he has no 'interest to serve except the right. If any voter can be ex- pected to act clear of embarrassing motives, this aged statesman will be credited with seeking only the good of the people who have honored him. Hugh McCulloch has long been an Thes...

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

-ft *• 1 ^ I -€ * 4ft f £*nadiiiu&n*iiiit. WM idled every Thursday Morning fICEMAN. E. MILUR, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. afe the Poet Office at Canadian , as secofcd class i Thwis or SuBSCBfrno*: One Tear, in advance, $1-3C« 81k " s1*00' We are aathorized to announce JACK 4EF9NINGHAM as a candidate for Tax ¿jwesBor of Heraphif County at the en ng election is November next. We are authorized to announce that LEWIS DIRR is a candidate for the office of Tax Assef- or of this county at the ensuing eleetlon tli Xovembcr next. A FEW WORDS. A DBMOCRATIC JODUNAL thoktoay, ZSoVEMKEK 1. 18SS. OWR NATIONAL TICKET. Per President {JBOVER CLEVELAND. For Viee-Pres'dent „ ALLEN G. THOBMAN. STAT* TICKET. For Governor, L. 3. BOSS. For lieutenant Governor, TB WHEELliB. For At'orney General, JAMES S HOGG. For Comptroller, JOHN D McCALL For Treasurer, F B LUBBOCK. vélir1 L,°a oBc' F« aSreB'™"11™ .For CbW C°°"' *■' a"" R B GAINES '^SSet ipp"1" s A WILLSON . j p WHITE Foil ouxtt Atto**ey. I hereby respectf...

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