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

MÉM é safe- COUNTY OFFICERS. The building eracted by W. S JnBse. E. E. ro T' , ° 11 / S&rtif and Tax C le*or, T. T. , Decker i. now nearlj done. Itoptttv Sfcosttí, , G. w Akias <21k% J F. llopkias ¡ treasurer, J. J. Gerlaeh i pearance la«t fcnnday and no ser- Attovney, J*. M. Baker, Assessor, THE ATTORNEYSHIP. Rev Carter did not put ii an ap jaranee last Monday and no i M u K'i ki«r Lewis likr! y*ce8 *ere keM in consequence. Surveror, W. S. Decker COMMISSIONERS. Ktrtot District, The larga bnilíing that formerly stood on third street and was used áfeeond lird Mirth * 'ilbird " 1m>I CHURCH DIRECTORY. Sarmie^PoMajd . ^ ^ hotel has been purchasd by Ed George aimpson ! Burlingamc and removed to sain J. II Andersou ® .4-111 • 1 ... ___ i street where it will be occupied with a stock of milliner}' goods. The Ckescekt wants obU new sub- scribers during the next 30 days As the nights grow longer, every home should have the assistance of one or more good newspapers to help while awa...

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

*tr "ft" ül — . ^ m TEST ON THE TARIFF. Senator Vest Delivers Some Plain Tariff Talk. The Fallacy of Protection Tersely Stated- Taxation Beyond the Necessities of the Government Virtually Legal Robbery. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 23.—The wig- j wain was crowded last night with enthu- siastic Democrats to listen to Senator Vest speak on the tariff question. The follow- ing are some of the points made in his ad- dress: "A few years ago when serving on a sub-com- mittee 0:1 commerce in the Senate I heard the testimony of a gentleman from Boston which proved to be a volume of information and argu- ment in regard to the question of the carrying trade of the United States. He said that he had visited Lima in South Am riea for his health and he noticed that in that port the American flag could not be seen floating from the mast of a single one of the many vessels that thronged the ports of that country. His health improved and he went back to Boston, thankful but philan- thropic toward men liv...

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

V wmmtBm > f fit -U I ! % m .V \ _ i - Ei< 4 H" -V I f "* J...;. V -r AWAITING THE CZAR, A Cossack With Deadly Explo- sives Arrested While V7aiting For the Czar. He Attempts Suicide—Train R->bbr*ry on the Iron Mountain in Arkan- sas. Another Attempt at Traia Wrecking Heaf Mexico, Mo.—Train me a Fight—Po- licaman Killed. St. Petersburg. Oct. 29.—The Minister of the Interior has received a telegram from the Minister of the Imperial Court stating that five minutes before the Czar's train arrived at Kuta> en route from Tiftis to the Black sea, a Kouban Cossack, disguised as an oMicer, was arrested at the station for having ou his person several handy expío uves and some poison in ga atine capsules. When ar- rested the man attempt id to poison him- self. Year? ago he was expelled from a university for an imaginary political of- fense, and his career was thereby ruined, He was one of the founders of the South Russian revolutionary society. Other members of the society have bee...

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

==m=T-- ; 5$rase= mm 'ivf* awm'unéiw &w*ifíiit«yt :^c§b^g'y-:~f0>"§,W** -■* y i vr / ÉMÉ i T&f* Oíd 0SR7OCIHÜC Éáe&epapcr, THE MISSOURI Iff! ffÜ H PI i ¡lílI I mSut v o "irsifc *Ím Has changed th© nam© oí ilic daily issue to THE *'• 5 í B • ww* bh li .~'r. ¿ reduced it subscription ra toa. Ou^TT^*!?, Tí'íitiosit Stands;* ..•••••^9.00 ^*ú<q Yoar, Sr.uduy......S*LO.CO Tiis Wesfely Eepubliean en :3af?03 every week, cheapdot and b8st paper in the country. CAMPAIGN liATES. >t o p_y...... ... ....... *$k. jv jt i ,iuno if* l>ec ©tuber 1 40c • i*'t,'u#<• 'i1 v' *o I................á«)c f.'roS&«í c X>«« l .v a-Jo j.1 lí'Uihr.i* ro I>0cec300r j. *oo i/i'CLA Octobci' to X)GCCiXliyO¿' 11*45 -A.- T- w '. 0 Isu c / rgáim; \ *■ . .fl* 'i« — i i iii I II■■■—■' ■ « 'd Uq ¿7 ¿galürtZ-í v>JQ53a'í' /- „ £\ *Q0~ i'•> 7^ s ¿ * v_a < /• / / \t \ Al 1 ' / M ¿ \ V. BEGGING EPISTLES. 8 88TT® Oítíthor pnttern s:;owa nbcve fco sent, Postado iTft \ to cr -^y new su...

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

s rm Pigtgi'' r^^,-0maBSms?Smm 's JSBlMMimm \ ¡N: ft > J IB i ,t h^k I •• h \ * i v I Canadian LS VOL. 2 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1888.' NO. 2 GERLACH BROTHERS. All Over the Panhandle. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GrAin and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flcur and Grain by Car Load lotg and are prepared to give yon Low Fierires. BEFORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES FACTS AND PIQUEES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES- 'No Country Town can Duplicate our p/ ice CANADIAN, ... TEXAS DEALERS IN- i «i4m sm BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GENT6' FURNISHING GOODS, hats, CAPS, ladies' ware, And all Articles in the General Dry Goods Une- PRICES LOW ER THAN THE LOWEST! Raying at groat Bargains, we defy competition. Our friends are cordially invited to cali, examine prices and be convinced. Bargains In Every Line! CANADIAN, Main Street, TEXAS THE FAY HOTEL. A EAR THE RAILROAD DEPOT. D. FAY, Proprietor. Rates, per day, : : $1.50 Tables Supplied with the Best...

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

MS* " --WX "■ l"""1 ■ .-y , - ■ ' i \ ■ . ■ - • r ' -- - ~ ■ A THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. TOEEMAJT E. KOLÜB, Editor k Pub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. - £ " ' *. '-y^ * THE WOULD AT LAltGE. Summary of the Daily Nowa WASHINGTON NOTES. It is contemplated to send the steamer Thetis, when she returns to San Francisco# to the Arctic sea for the purpose of reliev- ing the whaling vessels imprisoned in the ice. The Kearsarge has been ordered to Port au Prince to protect American interests and to inquire into the causes of the seiz- ure of the steamer Haytien Republic. Chairman Randall has called for a meeting of the House Committee on Ap- propriations November 21 to begin the prep- paration of appropriation bills. Allan D. Brown will command the Kearsarge, detailed for duty in Haytian waters. A. C. Berryman, First Lieutenant United States navy, attached to the Enterprise, has been sent home from Europe under sentence of a court martial. A letter has been sent by the Inter-...

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

k i 1 ■ * V.i 11 2 si i i i* Hi H THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ntBDIAl E. MOLBB, Editor ft Pub'r. PUBLISHED EVER/ THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. IN SIGHT O' LAND. Above the restful summer sea The skies are clear, the winds are bland; ALd the ship rides on full merrily, In sight o' land. Glad songs of home float on the air From those upon the deck who stand; And eyes grow dim and wistful there— In sight o' land. An hour—and friend with friend will meet, L#'p cling to lip, and hand clasp hand. O J how the heart throbs sorely sweet In sight o' land! But lo! athwart the radiant heaven— (Alas for hopes by mortals planned) The thick clouds oí the storm are driven, In sight o* land. Cursed by confusion dark, as though God had awhile resigned command. The furious waves crash to and fro, In sight o' land. And that proud ship, which oft has crossed The changeful sea from strand to strand, "With every soul on board, is lost la sight o' land. The morning comes, with joy ant breath— But cold and silen...

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

*CR ■ mgm • \ ®frf gandían £r$si*ut ] THE COUNTY'S VOTE iahcá every Tkmrsday Meniag FIKMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. tk i ■ i ... —— -i Brttaied mt the Pott Office at Canadian Tasas, ai second class matter. Terms of Subscription : One Year, in advance, $1.50. «K Mentbe, " $1-00- a DBÍOCBATIC JOVmkal. The Eledtion Quset and without Incident pay, Novemb e 8, 188«c I AFTER THE BATTLE. THE VOTE IN DETAIL. The following is the vote in this county as we hare received ii# Offi- cial figures may slightly change the totals as given, but the figures that follow are* ubstantiaily correct. Candidate. No. 1 2. 3. 4. Total For President, The mists have now cleared away sufficiently far the pablic to know in some degree how the battle has gone and which aide has won the victery. Every indication tends to show that the Republican party has wen a victery and achieved a new supremacy in nationol affairs. It seems that they have carried the slate of New York which is the key to the situation, ...

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

r S, i* ■ f j o 1 • f i 'I I Bl i\-"S | 1 > 3HHS : %y •"• * A. «■ Ai ftiá * COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge, E. E. Poll? Sherm and Tax Collector, T. T. McGe Deputy Sheritt, G. w Akin? Glerk," J- F. Hopkins Treasurer, J. J. Gerlac1 Attorney, B.3Í. Bake: Assessor, i!r' Surveror, ^ decker COMMISSIONERS. Firét District, Saimtel Pollajd S^orwi " Akin? Tbird 44 George simpson Fourth u J« IÍ Andersoti i CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Service* a.t 11 o'clock a. in. and 8 o'clock p. iu. on Hie second Sunday in eacli month. W. A. Coofkk. Pastor. UXIOx SUNDAY SCHOOL. Meet, ♦very Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Miw. L. M. McKmgut, Supt BAND OF HOPE. Meets each Satur- day at3 o'clock. Mrs. Burlingame, Supt. .THE MAILS. Mails Daily Irom both nortfi and south Post Office open everv day but Sunday from ¿(o'clock a. in. till lf p. in. Open Sunday from 8 to 10 a. m. and from • to U p. m. Mail from the East open at 7:90 p m Mail from the West open at 0:00 a in Registry Department closes every da; at 5...

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

- n mi jwiiipi- mi mi iiit^>y'rTr"*Mrinr'^"i' "' -i *«* m [yu .ifi'jCL*1^"" A THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. W Somewhat Lengthy Bat Gratefal and Sab- missive. Washington. Nov. 2.—The following proclamation has been issued by the Presi- dent of the United States:' Constant thanksgiving and gratitude are due frorrrthe American people to Almighty God for His goodness and mercy which have followed them 3ince the day He made them a Nation and vouchsafed to them a free Government. With loving kindness He has constantly led us in the way of prosperity and greatness. He has not visited with sw ift punishment our shortcomings, but with gracious care He has warned us of our dependence upon His forbearance, and has taught us that obedienee to His holy law is the price of a continuance of His precious gifts. In acknowledgment of all God has done for us as a Nation, and to the end that on an ap- pointed d:ty, the united prayers and praise of a grateful country may reach the throne of grace, I, Gr...

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

III it.I ■ ■ —rr • XT* # ) 1 § 0 :T y> 6 fe ! i lí DE1D IN THE PIT. Disastrous Explosion in a Penn- sylvania Coal Mine—Seventeen Killed. MonticIIo Seminary Burned—Train Wivckt'd By a G>w With Fatal Results. Twenty-two Liv^s Lost By a Collision' ai Baa—Eepcrted Disastrous Wr«ck on the Iron Mountain. Lick Haven, Pa., Nov. 5.—In th« Kettle Creek Coal Mining Company's mines, thirty miles west of this city, which were but recently OT en«<l, Saturday night an explosion occurred in a new drift in which twenty-one persons were at work. As soon as possible the mine was entered and fifteen d^ad bodies were carried out and four others badly injured were found, one of whom has since died, and others are likely to die. The cause of the exp'osion is unknown, but it is supposed to have been the striking of a fissure or pocket of gas. Yesterday afternoon the disfigured and naked body of a miner was found fifty feet from the mouth of the air shaft through which it had been blown. Superinten...

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

\\\ mm JÉ*," "t.: ' \| I I - i- <& I :« | f. lii • \ -*W* i H-is^PP lit <*SÜ £*áí ¡&mmm I sÉ^É ÜI&; ' KS:, ¿h. ÍH BfW: artrt SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. —-Few people carry the head erect that Is to say, perfectly balanced or the end of the spine, like the end of 2 walking-stick. It is always leaned tc #ne side or the other. —Missouri copper mines that have been idle for two or three years are be i«ig operated, and valuable bodies o: ore are being opened up- toreigr capital has recently taken hold o: several neglected mines. —The higher of the two peak o: Kilimanjaro, the loftiest mountain ir Africa, has just been ascended by Dr. A. Meyer, of Leipsic, who places iti height at nearly 20,000 feet. —The hypothesis has lately been ad- vanced that if sounds do not actpalh possess colors, that sound is at least in- timately connected with color; and this iifea is supported by the fact thai * 'there aro persons who are endowed with such sensibility that they can no; liear a soun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 November 1888

i I i 87H & H3L V ■fitf ir -V i S2SI ) O "T 1 i, I r®.- , i ♦ ■■I" ■liVá. VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1888; NO. 8 'ja DOERScwírr:: f4 RLACH BROTHERS. (DXALEESIN — u u ,DHY GOODS All Over the Panhandle. FACTSAKD riGUBES GLEANED FROM OÜB EXCHANGES. Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lot and are prepared to give yon Low Figures. BMQRE BPYIN6 Elsewhere Call & GST PRICIS . $WA'o Countri/ Town can Duplicate our pi ice CANADIAN, - TEXAS. a—tor kkm AXKBM «BATS. •DEALERS IN- m BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GEHTS' FURNISHING GOODS, hats, caps, ladies' ware, üüi! all Articles in the General Dry Goods Line' PRICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST? Hiqjing at great Bargain?, we defy competition. Our friend are cordially incited to call, examine prices and be convinced. * Bargains in Every Line! CANADIAN, Main Street, TIZAS. ,tn*ss='--"'csrrp«sr,«2 THE FAY HOTEL. DEAR THE RAILROAD DEPOT D. FAY, Proprietor. Bates, per day, : : $1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 November 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. TOESKAH E. HULES, Editor * Puto'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of the Daily Newa WASHINGTON NOTES. At the White House on the 6th the Pres- ident and a small party assembled in the library and received the election news over a special wire. Besides the President and Mrs. Cleveland, the White House party in- cluded Secretary and Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs. Endicott, Attorney-Gen- eral Garland, Representative Breckin- ridge, of Kentucky, and Foran, of Ohio, and Mrs. Lamont, Assistant Secretaries Maynard and Thompson, of the treasury, and Colonel Wilson. The Secretary of the Treasury on the 6th accepted $85,000 4>a per cent, bonds at 108%. One hundred recruits have been ordered to the Department of the Missouri for as- signment and distribution among the com- panies of the Se^euth cavalry. The President has recognized Carlo Zerra as Vice-Consui of Italy at Balti- more, Md. A Cabinet meeting was held at Wash-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 November 1888

í t í THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. Triare t\ kz&Gsor, flarvTor. 1 Cf fir^DUtrl f*!Oi\d - i 9hir¡| /ounk ÍCH ^ 11 o'clo fct second virion every bu« «ANO *fcy aUo* . ■Will ÜAÍl I Fust O *ni a O ' Opeo i * r« y p. Ifaili Mail I ftegisj dt S o ; lfl *4¿ch 1 r 'f Trains Mftiit l> . w^t t 1Ü0C f ) I J TT } TKEEMAJSt E. M1LLEB, Editor * Pub's , PUBLISHED EVERJT THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS, MARRIAGE A FAILURE. Which shall it be? Which shall it be? I looked at Kate—Kate looked at me; The girl who plays the piano well, Or the girl who knows not how to spell; She of the silk or satin cloth. Or she who is ignorant of both— The girl who will bring me style and pelf, Or she who has naught except herself. The one can sing in the twilight dim The words of a sweet old-fashioned hymn; The other her cultured soul will pour In notes that beyond the critics soar. The one my eveuiog meal will cook; The other will read me a pleasant book. One may look down on me, wrong suspect; The other will make me h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 November 1888

MUl § nadi .'HVJ. FnMiahcd OYcry Thnrsday Jíoraiag at Canadian, Hemphill couaty, Texas. ifleeman. e. miller, editor . and publisher. at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, assecoad elass Matter. THE COUNTY'S TOTS Taans of Subscription : Tear, in adrance, $1.50. •i* Mentha, " $1.##. .the official figures. According to the official canvas? the foliating figures show the acua 1 vote an'1 the majorities ef tfaeeountj Fer President, Candidato. N*. 1 2; Sc 4. Total Cleveland, j ?1 j W Harrises^ ] 41 1 5 sc 14 3 0 141 50 Cleveland' majority, 91 It** nifTBICTATTOBlfST SlftT PISTftJCl OCBATIC JOVXXlfc, ThVBSBAT, November 15, 1888 Xlf you And an X opposite yonr name on this paper, it meaas that yeur sabscriptioa has ex- pired and that an immediate re*f w al is earnestly requested. IE Baker, Woedniaa, Pally, Aadersaa, Lewis, Tkemas, 73 8 11 9 101 36 18 13 4 8) Bsker's majority, t( 4 COUMTT JVDOB. 72 | 8 1 i 87 33 28 19 1 801 6 6 5 16 1 1 j 1' w. REYNOLDS, :Wholesale and Retail Bealer in- FEED S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 November 1888

r «V«M mn g CQUNTY OFFICERS. jMi E. E. Pollv •fJeif- awl H'ax Collector, T. T. McGee 2?Piy Sherilt'. (i. w Akins •"'''i J .F. Hopkins Tl^hunjr, J..I. Gerlaeh AHfe.üeV. fl. M. Bfcfefcf A. s«sof. Lewis i'iír! Sarv-ror. \7. S. Decker • COMMISSIONERS. JM| District ted: Jfotutii • Tuesday woke things up with a new supply of colder weather anil a fine assortment of strong wind. Kev. G II. Turner wbtf báfcr been one of the nsost substantial farmers ¡a our famous Washita. Y*llev, hap Albert Fagan of the Free Press | rented a is farm to G W. Palmer baa been quite aick with the fever and left last week for Lampasas, at for some tim* btií iá I* Hi it sow. i Njw for a k Samuel Pollajd j , n n rt.i G. C. Akins I ,ud * togeth 4 U George s'mpson building of our town and county. J. 11 Andersou , Rct. j, C, Turner was in tow if on 1 CHURCH DIRECTORY. ¡ Ifondajr from the Washita, having —- ~ • i brought'in the returns of ihe elee- ST EPISCOPAL. Services • * sft it o'clock fii ni. nucí.8 o wk p ru<...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 November 1888

III irT.iniiii THE BESULT. Harrison and Morton For Presi- dent and Vice-President. Rew York Votes For Harrison For Presi- dent and Elects Hill Governor—The Result in Other States of the Union. New York. New York, Npv. 7.—The opinion formed last night which gave the State of New York to Harrison for President and to Hill, Democrat, for Governor, is confirmed by later scattering returns. The districts yet to be heard from cast in 1884, a total of ¥1 i m i 8 Benjamin Harrison. 364,920 votes. Reports by counties indi- cate a further gain of 5,200 for Harrison. If the scattering precincts not heard from keep up the drift shown in adjoining pre- cincts heard from, Harrison's plurality will be from 5,000 to 10,000 and Hill's about 10,000. The Telegram says: "So far the election of Harrison stands recorded as next to certain. New York has bhifted to the Re- publican column and made his victory cer- tain if the other States remain as they did in im." New York, Nov. 8.—Harrison has un- doubte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 November 1888

p %> 1 If A THE PITTSBURGH CALAMITY. Marvelous Reseñe of a Miner After a Long: Imprisonment-Dead ami Wounded. Pittsburgh, Kan., Nov. 12.—The search- ing parties at the Frontonac m:ne worked without cessation all Saturday and yes- terday, but only three additional bodies have been taken out. At five o'clock yesterday morning the relief squad working at the foot of the main shaft were astonished to see an ap- parition approaching tiiem. It was not one of their party, and they did not be- lieve that there was a living man in the mine beside themselves. Their surprise can, therefore, be imagined when the mysterious visitor staggered up to them, dimly outline! by the uncertain light of their lamps and. greeted them with, ''Here, fellows, let me have a light." It was Henry Burns, who had for thirty-six hours been counted among the losr. The poor follow was quickly taken to the surface and there told the story of one of the most remarkable escapes from death on record. He was slightly d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 November 1888

. 'A i | j mischjei*.maker3. f*• , ~ -- In different to Tholy Talo# an* lot Will Soon tll:l of Thorn. Troub!a - m akers donnish in all classos and conditions of soeíoíy. Thsir chief btisinesá in lifwseenis to be tha creation mi discord among people or members of a family who, b it f ;r their interference, woiürl be is harmony. I- doesn t take iJHick to start them in bminc s. a thoa^hiitthj word, inadvertently dropped, is fill they re-j air- to p*i% a- variance a whole nei£Cfiborhood. -They iwrvpr repeat a thing <?2:a:*iiy as they itear it; they are always sure to add s^aatlñag *> it, if nor in words in in- #actlop, so there will be no mistake *¿adc in understanding jus* what they mear. yon should. Far fear ycru irAg<i% *in ill deabtthey aro r,\ w ay* eager to < T>k*1n just what they a e positive thy ]r«rs*>a caeant who uU-ered is. To be sure they do not intend to o>ake trmi- bid. TJw>y wouldn't sr,¿ka troublo for the world. Tney real!/ don't like to repeat su...

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