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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 January 1889

I 03 j M -rMt' E 33$ ' _ *-*■ - -~ . K • 1S& ■ I rati". : I m *K - Et- Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS ATTACKED BY THREE Jail-Birds Tamper with a Minion of the Law to Their Sorrow. A meteokic stone which lately fell in Russia contained several diamonds. An Indiana man has been convicted of stealing 540 plows, all of which h(£ liad stored away in a barn. twenty seconds. Tjie Pomolosrical Society of the United States and Canada will hold its annual convention at Ocala, Fla., Feb. 20, 21 and 22, 1889. A law in Prussia provides that any person carrying a stick or an umbrella in such a way as to be dangerous to other travelers may be punished by fine or imprisonment. A native forage plant called "spiked clover" is attracting attention in Cali- fornia. It grows in great profusion on low lands by the streams in Humboldt county, attaining sometimes the height of twelve feet The plant puts out white blossoms on slender spikes, and resembles the clover leaf in formation. It is eaten ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 January 1889

- - Mr wm< f \ _ issssp*!? •"•••;'"V\ v ;* • % •m > -.. ft' ® WPÍV- • ...... mj : - .••■•-, wwm. THE BREATH OF HEAVEN. It fs Wafted Over the enchanted Multitudes by the RéV. Talmage. A Bright Versus a Dolefal Sunday,1' the -Appropriate Subject Discoursed by the Divine. Special to Tho Kansas City Tin^s. Brooklyn-, Jan. 13.—The Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D., preached to-day on "A Bright Sunday versus a Doleful- Sunday." After expounding appropriate passages of Scripture he gave out the hymn: "We come, sw- ct da • of rest. That saw Hie Lo> 1 ar se." The text was: '"And call the Sabbath a delight," Isaiah iviii, 13. Dr. Talmage said: There is an element of gloom striking through all false religions. Paganism is a brood of horrors. The god of Confucius frowned upon its victims with blind fate. Mohammed ism promises nothing to these exaausted with sin in this world but an eternity of the same passional indulgences, liut (Tod intended that our religion should have the grand chara...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 January 1889

I L m 9 ,/*• f: - - efe,. Hf lit: ■jm i J -•y.s-A'wC*.C A i./v- .4, i. OwO* L"B QTWHjiA.L irilt*iff hKMrrlu.i COSMTTi L, V. HARIb Editor anc Proprietcr. - ;"wi8 §sS*;v'«« •1.60 hsr tear; $1 for six month8. •titlctly in advance. PVBUSBED every wednesday at canadian. texas. Entered at the Pcstoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 Inch single column, $1.50 per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per inch per nonth. (Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly.* HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judfe, E- E. Polly Sheriff, T. T. MoGee Deputy Sheriff, - - - A. M. Tarblli Clerk, J- H. Hopkins Treesurer. .... J. J. Gerlfch County Attoruey, - - - W. S. Decker Justice of the Peace - - Nelse Peet Assessor. R. C.Nall Surveyor, - - W. H. H. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. Urst District, - David Fny iecond District, - - Wm. Rickard Third District, ... J. C. Turner Fourth District, - - William Grooms District...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 January 1889

> • 0m s", ; SjSkr.r-'-'r.•%• :vv: WM?. Canadian, Hemphill County, T^xas, wed Jgm. 23,3889. — GñN [This column is open to the public and we would be pleased to receive notes from the Panhandle's farmers, relati ve to aa ficu ltu re, norti cut<- twre.or live-stock. As the Panhan- dle is a new country, it ha¡3 not yet been thoroughly demonstrated just what can or what cannot be raised in this section. By making public the result of your experiments, it would greatly assist the new comers and those who have not yet commenced to farm.] In our next issue, there will appear a valuable treatise on. How to Plant. Cultivate and Train Fruit Trees, in the Panhandle. LOCAL AND*PERSONAL. Beautiful weather. Ex-Assessor Diir is in town. *. - * Come to Canadian on February 22d. Sup't W. H. Hopkins was in town to-dayr Farmer Handlin was in town yes- terday. Hon. B. M. Baker was in Mobee*ie this week. Miss Lucy Dirr is a guest of Mrs. J^H. Hopkins. Sheriff Tom McGee- took a trip to Mobeetie Tue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 January 1889

V / ..sí v ?%, - - Canadian Free Press. TEXAS In Russia last year eighty thousand dram-shops were done away with by law. Berlin University has 5,790 stud- ents entered for the present winter term, of whom 171 are from America. CANADIAN, ■fitma ■ - — - —"""fflMtt It is a curious fact that there are as many real Indians in New York state as in Minnesota—about five thousand. A MAN can hire a house in Japan, keep two servants and live on the fat of the land, all for a little over $20 a month. Some of the handsomest shops in Paris are now devoted to the sale ol Japanese wares, and are wholly con- ducted by Japs. A revival is in progress among the Scandinavians at Salt Lake City, and they are leaving the Mormon Church in large numbers. mí growth and popularity or duba whose main object is the promotion of social intercourse is one of the inter- esting signs of the times. Four members of one family in Well- ington county, Ontario, have been kill- ed by falling trees in the. same piece ol f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 January 1889

. • • /• y $ .'•• ?y$Z n- RÍ *ÍV The Maestro's Dream. It was a gala night at the French Opera Rouse in New Orleans, in those dreamy, memorable days that must ever remain dis- tinctly apart from succeeding years as spe- cially typical of life in old Louisiana before ^vild war's deadly blast smote with its withering breath the fair groves and fertile fields of our beautiful Southerland. The war-cloud was gathering afar, but as yet it was a mere speck in the political horizon, a dim possibility of coming years, and New Orleans gay, pleasure-loving New Orleans - passed not upon the threshold of present joys and happiness to scan the darkening horoscope of future disasters. For the present was her own, smiling and radiant as a maiden in spring* time, with a sunny, rippling gladness all its own; the days pass- ed in luxurious languor and splendor, the nights came n as softly as a lover wooing nis sweetheart with a first kiss. "Che sara, s*ra; we live to-day, to-morrow we die; Vive la baga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 January 1889

*' fe- . , ' "• 1-r - ¡ - HSM mPmm V*fs mw '.rp;1 •••*5- utíiLt-cii&n Free Press, ■ TU* OFKCIAi OK9AK OF HMMPHILL ' COUNTY. r i : " - P L, I, IABM Editar mtf Proprlitor, •1.50 m tbar; $1 for six jíokths. •TRICTLT IK ADVANCE. F¥*lishki> every "wednesday at canadian. texas. EnUrecl aX the rostoflice at Canadian • as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column. SI .50 per month. 2 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. Rills presented m< ntlilv * Last April the writer had two town lots of land put into a tine state of cul- tivation in Carson county. The land was plowed three times and throughly harrowed the same number of times. We have examined the ground nearly every week since, and there has not been a single day since the first rain fell on it after the plowing, that we could not scrape off the top earth and find the soil at a depth of three inches to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 January 1889

'i i : i-i.t* r 1 pgf&pg gip- Bfe? N .; y \ V " /; u f ^ ^ u ^ w —v CAN ADIAN PR Yol. 2. s= Canadian. Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Jan. 30,1889. No 2? [This column is open to the public and we von3(I 1*? pleaseil to receive I notes from the Panhandle's farmers. stitutioual provision giving citizens of * several states all the privileges and im- ... t , munities of citizens of itnv state. i relative to AtftticuLTURE, hoiíticuí - ,,,. , . * t .. i , . ' 1 he supreme court holds that the As the Panhan- . , , v . t ,, ¡ , Iowa statute ¡.s not in conflict with the it has not vet f , f paramount authority of congress to: reuníate interstate commerce. j ... ! It is unable to see that the statute; public the tu ite .or li vje- >toc K dio is a new country, fe* en thorc;:thiy demonstrated just} t what can cr what cannot be raised in j thin sect! n. Hv making MEETING . . , . i haaanvthmsj to do with such commerce, i itslift oí vour experiments, it would ¡ ' . . I he case, it ?sava,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 January 1889

— _ —i Canadian Free Press. / I? % V*-r £ H fe- ir fe: W-' it* KÍ CANADIAN, TEXAS Decamp is the unpleasantly suggest- ive name of the president of the Cin*- cinnati Underwriters' association Lawrence Barrett recently re- marked facetiously that the core of the universe to the actor is the encore. John L. Sullivan will elevate the theatrical profession. He will bring with him to the stage two famous dukes WES tSDAL BRILLIANCY. The Rev. «Taimase Gives His Satanic Opponent a Mighty Scathing*. A Herculean Endeavor is Made the eteaftiiftg of Souls by the Divine. In Pierre Lorillard has gone south to hunt deer and fish for tarpon. He is accompanied by his right bower T. Burnett Baldwin, the manager of Tuxedo. Mrs. Otis M. Downing, of Matta- poisett, Mass., asserts ;tf\at she made 199 pies last year. As this is over two a day Mrs. Downing's pie-ty is aol 10 be" ^questioned. ■ ■ ; Prince Henri d'Orleans, who is iow *4doingM this country, registers from Paris not withstanding the fact that h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 January 1889

mmm CANINE JUSTICES. -How a little Dog Cot Even with His Cowardly Assailant. A Dover man who was in Auburn the other day, says the Lewiston (Me.) Journal, hag been mueh interested in reading the stories recently published shoeing" the intelligence of dog's. He recalled the following about a dog in Parkman: 'iYears ago there lived in Parkman a doctor who was the owner of a small dog, that sometimes accom- panied him when visiting his patients. One day the doctor drove down to the village of Sangerville, about three "miles distant from his home, fie took the flog along with him. When he reached the home of his patient, sad to relate, a big dog, nearly twice as large us the doctor's dog, pitched in without a moment's warning and gave the lit- tle pet visitor an unmerciful drubbing, very nearly killing the poor little thing. But the little dog had plenty of courage, and evidently made up his iTiind that there was a dog in Parkman that could punish his assailant about as effectually as t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 January 1889

m y. Wsm ian Free Press, 1HE OFFICIAL OK O AN OF ILEMTHILL COUNTY. HÜRM Hita ni Prtfrfttsr, ll.M riK THAR: SI FOK SIX MONTHS. ■THIPTLY 1« ADVASf g. 3sf -- . * • ■ -mgm- jgtM V-VI - ' ■ -'*• - - - '• ■ •- ' t. ... f" * £5= NOTICE. All persona Indebted to this office ire requested to call and settle, or make arrangements for a settlement, before February 10th, as on that date all ac- counts riot arranged, will be placed with an attorney for collection. L. Y. Harm. General Cameron the Immigration "V Commissioner of the Fort Worth & rviLirMEÍ r.vRf.Y wkdnkkdat at j Denver rai-road is doing a good work i'AisADSAK. Texas. j in arousing interest in every coi'iity | tov?n in Te:.;tfc, along the line of road i regarding tbe organization of immigra1 at the IV^stofrre at Canadian j |jon societies 2nd the need of their as ecoi)d-clasH matter. s pecuniary support. We look for great results to follow this great awakening. Panhandle Herald. ner I presented monthly. When your watch or clock nee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 February 1889

... :--''it '• ■ r*&'^*sfc£ÍfiÉÉS? *£ j -. ••< v.*. y ■ - >v>-T' 7 7 GAN mi ' « ' Vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County. Texas, Wednesday Feb'y 6,1889. NO 39 =w« The FREE PRESS contains more TEX- AS news than all the [This column is open to the public and we would he pleased to receive notes from the Panhandle's farmer*. relative to agriculture, uoutktt.- | TURK,Or LIVE-stock. As the FhíiIsum die is a new country, it has v >t yi-t : p ]VJ" T) T ■ TH been thoroughly demonstrated j.;>f . ^ what can or what cannot he rabed in pS- OSTS OOIX1 31£L6Ci this section. By making public the result of your experiments, it would greatly assist the m-w comers and etc. etc. etc. etc. MEETING Fall proceedings of the LEGISLATURE DR. TOLAR S LAND BILL. HE EXPLAINS ITS POINTS. Look at our inside pages. The Cattle Trade. Little trade has taken place in this branchiof business in Southern Texas since last week. Every indication is Austin, Texas, Jan. 23. 1889. that it will be unusually la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 February 1889

:-r ó ,:r t'.. a í¿sg^||^:® v.. ;;,.;.v mi ■ ■mkwhuium—BBgaEawHWBBSR"" ■■ ■« 1 ■ m. «i Tnnnll| mi til Mil PPS ----- m- ÍIK cm m '<■■■ r%: I.. V. Publisher. CANADIAN, TEX/ S. WASHINGTON !■■■■■■■■ pi '.mmiu t<ggHBaBtMaat^r"BTPMKgaSE&^Bia^W—a— a® 5«?2!IS3¿a3&ÍBÍ$ ■■■■ ■■ v - i HBBH9HPHBWMES9HMHMSM8E C< can declare will ! Washington, Jan. 31.—The follow- ing is a copy In full of Col. Martin's resolution, intended to deal with mon- opolistic legislation, which has been referred to the ways and means com- mittee. Whereas, the government of the The J ulien eleatric car in New York now runs thirty-six miles, making three United States of AmericaTa based upon Í round trips, without recharging its th® democratic principle of equal and •V • PTACt. incM'no t/i all man an.i annninl catteries. men, and special exact justice to all and exclusive privileges to none; and The yearly income of the great Kim- , Whereas, the^ present existing tariü .fW a;arnnna i, 1 legislation -berly d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 February 1889

warn w fmh£MEB&k *§= M¿.^tápÉigSS ^••: : - Tíie Maestro's Drem It «ras a gala night at the French Opera House in New Or3e::na, in those dreamy, memorable days that mrot ever remain dis- tinctly apart from succeeding years as spe- cially typical of life in old Louisiana before wild war's deadly blast smota with its withering bre th the fair groves and fertile fields of our beautiful Southorland. The war-cloud was gather-in? afar, but as yet it was a mere speck in tbfc political horizon, a dim possibility of corniug years, and New Orleans—gay, pleasure-loving New Orleans —pas3tvl not :}K>n the threshold of present joys and h,;p|>:nois to scan the darkening horoscope o i future disasters. For the present was her own, smiling and radiant as :i ira" k*n in spring timo, with a sunny, rippling giudnes.s aii its own; the days pass- ed i¡¿ luxurious languor and splendor, the ■nigiits .-am * on as softly as a lover wooing bis svvt oth \ri with a first kiss. '"Chesara, sara: we live ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 February 1889

V . - ■m r m f: lw K821- sn ' -"-i* J.J ••v¿ IW fr' á>r.*. ?*5,v Be Canadian Free Press, IDE OFFICIAL ORGAflST OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. L, Y, HARM Editar and Prcprietor. •1.60 PER TEAR; «1 FOR SIX MONTHS. i_V°H STRICTLT IN ADVANCE. published evert wednesday at canadian. texas. Entered at the Postoflice at Canadian as second-class matter. NOTICE. All persons indebted to tisis office are requested to call and settle, or make When your waic-Ii or clock nerds re- pairing. send to F. W. Hey jeweler Ki owa, Ivan. W. P. Hard wick was in Kiowa ovei arrangements for a settlement, before ■ Sunday. lie informs us that he wil February 10th, as on that date all ac-1 aii(j gome mammoth soda or carbona- counts not arranged, will be placed tjng works to liis bottling establish with an attorney for collection. ment 1}jis summer. L. A . Haim. Look at B. K. Herrington & Co's adv and price rst. Gus Waite came up from Grer. county and attended the ledture. Gu- is running a saloon at Frazier and de cla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 February 1889

:<* w fe m. m a mhh ¡l A # - m \ 1 GAN vol. 2. I AN F REE«P R E SS.3 Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Feb'y 13,1889. NO OKLAHOMA AND PANHANDLE The Natural Advantages of Both Coun- tries Set Forth. W. S. Decker, prosecuting attorney of Hemphill county, Tex., was in the city yesterday. Mr. Decker bears the distinction of having been the first post- 'master of Oklahoma, and is very fam- iliar with that country. He lived in Oklahoma as an Indian trader for iif- teeti years, and established a postoffiee a Oklahoma station during the con- struction of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe road through Oklahoma. This postoftice was named Seymour by the postoffice department. Mr. Decker was seen by a Journal reporter yester- day and asked his opinion of Okla- homa 44 Well, sir," he replied, "it isa beauti- ful country, and will soon settle up when opened to the public. It i4* a great pity that tlie government should allow it to remain in the possession ot a few blanket Indians, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 February 1889

Ih - . -r- mm® ¿ftS? ■:• ! iTV«3.'~- - M safe II 1 -- m Kg iiW Canadian free $tm. I>. V. HARM, Publisher. CANADIAN, - TEXAS. THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE Twentt-thikd Day.—The governor has received a letter from Gov. Hum- phrey of Kansas stating that the Kan- sas legislature has passed a resolution providing for an inquiry into the so- — . „ , , p_ called beef and p rk trust or combine. Tns ezar ?i is commanded Anton ^" ¡ The resolution inclosed declares that mnstein to compose an oratorio on the the trust is charged with centrafizing subject of his recent railroad accident, j the beef and pork product in Kansas • j City and Chicago, so as to give the Mrs. Humphrey Ward, author of I trusts'the entire control of the trade of -.o * * tm „• the whole country m these products. Robert Elsraere, is \ery much annoy- ; q0Vi Humphrey is requested to lay the ed at the reports that her famous story - - - is to be dramatized. Mart Anderson is meeting with success in Boston. She was clever enough to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 February 1889

mss^mm #-V;: >mm 4 J-r^i-^'J MYSTERY EXPLAINED n g¿%* sí- A TALK WITH THE MOTHER OF ADELAIDE NEILSON, Sb« Tills the Strange Story of Her 2>*tighter's Life—Now a Semle Old Woman — Adelaide's Girlhood and Dramatic Instincts. Who Was Her Father. A reccnt English paper in discussing ~"j} *,a*e Adelaide Neilson, the beauti- ful English actress, whose memory is treasured as but few professionals have in country—repeated again the long exploded story that Mi<s Niel- 80D was the daughter of a titled Eng- IfchmHii, whose name has been kept by her mother for good and fiiifncienfc reasons. It seemed strange that after all this time any one should believe there was any gifded romance connected with the early life of poor Adelaide Neilson, who was neither a xnaid of Saragossa or a G\psy, and had 110 noble blood in her veins. I have just heard from a citizen of xsranfoni, England, an account of the early life of the actress, which throws much light on her subsequent career. j\ 3..f en^le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 February 1889

W- - ~£}^ -■ íp. .. ■B* - : .f--r . -« II? ii*. ¥i. I mm M m,- * W& Canadian Free Press, omcuL organ or cou5tt. 'HILL L f, MUM Mlln iri Pnprifl*. 11.60 PER year: 91 FOR MX MONTOS. strictly IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY "WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the Postofftoe at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column. ?1 -50 per month. 2 or more inches $1.00 per inch per month. * liocals. first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c por line. Rule work double the rate for locals. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly.„ HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judge. E. E. Polly Sheriff. T. T. MoOpp Deputy Sheriff, - • A. M. Tarblli Clerk. ..... J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. • • - J. J. Oi rlBeh County Attorney, • • • W. 8. Decker Jufttice of the Peace - - N*lse Pe^t Aaseseor. ..... H.C.Na11 8urreyor, - - W. H.H. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. first District. Second District, Third District. Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorney, David...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 February 1889

. tm. mm- ?>-!£ fiSSt-í 8g 6 m t CAN A DIA N • £® R E E • P R E S S." iK Vol. 2. THE MAXWELL LANDGRANT. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Feb'y 20.1889. 1 No 30 Land frauds and land stealing have been so frequently perpetrated under The FREE PRESS contains more TEX- AS news than all the our government that the public mind *p A "VT XT A "VT T\ T J? has become in a measure duled and in- different to their recital. But to those who listened to Mr. McMains of New Mexico, at the court house in this city, there was opened a mass of infamy and fraud alike startling and humiliating- startling in the unscrupulous audacity of men without a shadow of title grasp- ing millions of acres with as little cere- mony as ever a feudal freebooter con- fiscated the lands of a conquered prov- ince; humiliating when it is considered that those frauds could not be carried out without the collision of public offi- cials. And this land piracy and public plunder was carried on for years and years...

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