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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 November 1888

P 5* ífWiii i - v .• V I 9 14 l> i&vwt I § - ¿ j i i i I f i * I y v, \ -V VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1888. NO. 4 GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IK GROCERIES, DKY GOODS GrAin and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Lead lot and aro prepared to give you Low Figures. 3XF0KE BUYING Elsewhere C&ll & GET PRICIS All Over the Panhandle. iS ' ^ J FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUB EXCHANGES. 'N'0 Country Town can Duplicate our pi ice' OANADIAN, ... TEXAS. 25! <sffi4siims & a&ti DEALERS IN OT ISJT BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GEMS' FURNISHING GOODS, . HATS, CAPS, LADIES' WARE, Maying at great Bargain , we def7 competition. Our friends are cordial]y invited to cali, examine prices and be convinced. Bargains In Every Line! CANADIAN, Main Street, TEXAS, JUULU Hartley lias water at the depth of four hundred feet, Greer county cast 410 vote3 in all at the recent election. Armstrong county polled 89 votes against 34 tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 November 1888

VL ■w 5&' *•',;« ^lllii stJIWr ^j'"^V-^'-"fe-i'^pi> ll|p ®* S5 1 THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ir I m . t1 V £ * •. * f i ir i it i i r K ( | RP a -- : fr. y pi ■ I I ^ FKEBHAtf E. VILLUS. Editor * FuVr. published ever * thursday AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LAlitiE. Summary of the Daily News. , WASHINGTON NOTES. All attache of the White House says that the executive mall is very heavy, and that hundreds of letters are received de- nouncing the President. They are con- signed by the secretaries to the furnace. The twenty-ninth annual session of the missionary council of the American Epis- copal Church began in the Epiphany Church, Washington, on the 13th. Thb United States Supreme Court has decided that any man may insure his life for the benefit of his family and that his creditors can not touch a cent of such in- surance. Frank Thompson, a bricklayer in the Washington aqueduct tunnel, recently testified that a regular conspiracy existed to deceive the inspectors. General Nel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 November 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. * L > V I B rSEEKAH E. KILLES, Editor ft Pnb'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. FORTY-FOUR. The calendar gave me a wrinkle to-day, A fact which I greatly deplore; On its unchallenged pa¿es 1 looked with dismay, And found I bad struck forty-four. No * what is that couplet that runs in the book That well may our vanity heal* That women are always as old as they look, * But men just as young as they feel. Forty-four! well, that isn't so startling an age. When the head and heart are secure, And the pleasures of life still our spirits engage, Why, I feel only thirty, I'm sure. I still enjoy all that I used to enjoy, I still have my dreams of success. Why should birthdays intrude, then, my peace to annoy? Tliat I'm old I will never confess. Last night at the ball I was dancing with Kate; To-uay I take Maud for a drive; To-night I at poker will battle with fate, And will prove to the boys I'm alive. And yet—forty-four—I beg n a new page, Andpach y-i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 November 1888

a: * ib • mmm ■' i «■■ : r ;• F, - v>-,V m¡p$¡ IP1¡S!I ¥ v "Jf & ( I \ ; K v \ - ;#- \ *y £•'•:;• _ ¡¡¡¿Iff ^anadian (¡¡¡resqcut. AMENDING THE PRESENT LAND LAW. A B3 [OCBATIC JOUnrAL. PubliMicti every Thursday Mora in g at Canadiao, Hemphill eoanty, Texas. FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. . ir.wiiii .t im r— | • ""J *• <thki lk" L*nd Llwli of Texaa were wholly inadequate to The movement which has had its iBception i Lipscomb county and whith has tor its purpose the adop- tion of sows uniform pi a a of aation to secure sush amendments in the pre&ent land laws as may lie necee- sary is a wise and proper one that catnnot be to© widely followed. For many years the Panhandle has felt and seen it practically demonstrated Texas, as second elsss matter. Tkms of Subscription : One Tear, in advance, $1-50. Months, 44 $1.00 ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements will be inserted In our eolumna at the rate of $1.00 per insh per month. Liberal discounts will be given on large and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 November 1888

^m**mp^Kimsm s^wswNe 5s- *- X i COUNTY OFFICERS. £||/)|H0 Sheriff and Tax Collector, Epputy Sheriff, tífcrk. Measurer, Attorney. Assessor, áiorveror. COMMISSIONERS. 1 first District, Sam*el Poll.ud Second *% G. C.^Akins Third 4* George 9!mpsoó Fourth J. II Anderson E. E. Folly T. T. McOee G. w Afcins J F. Hopkins J. J. Gerlach B. M. Baker Lewis J>irr W. S. Decker CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services si 11 o'clock a. iu.and 8 o'clock p. in. on •he second Sunday in each month. W. A. Coofkjc, Pastor. I'MOir SUNDAY fcCHOOL. Meets %rWy ¿Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. JIÍKS. L. M.MCJVNIGOT, hupt BAND OF HOPE. Meets each Satur- day at 3 o'elock. Mis. Burlinganie, Supt. THE MAILS. Mails Daily irons both north and south Post Office opea ever* da y bat Sunday from 8 o'clock a. in. till p. m. Open sunday from 8 to 10 a. m. and from i to y p. m. Mail from the East open at 7:00 p m Mail from the West open at &0üa m Registry Department eloaes every day at 5 o'clock p. m. M. A. Lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 November 1888

"Av -Ti stt ■a&iMftfo ODCtiUte; r., ,,-i.u .,. , -, ; -p ...,.u,^,,,i ., , v~^- ■V ..- ;• > - ,ijl ' . .* ¿>f - - WM**i \¿\ ¡y TROUBLE IN PERU. THE CHICKASAW FEUD. The Peruvian Government Follows Its Seizure of Railroad Property by Invndlng an American Consulate—What In Said at Washington. Panama, Nov. 5.—On the assumption that a house at Molendo, Pera, belonged to the Arequipa railway and was there- fore the proper y of tha State, orders were given to occupy it by force, although the building wan declared to belong to a citi- zen of the United States. It was accord- ingly seised by a squad of soldiers. The United States Consulate was situated in the bui d ng and this was forcibly closed, padlocked, the coat of arms removed and the agent prevented from entering his office for nearly a week. The American Minister at Lima protested against the seizure of the house, and on receipt of intelligence of this aggression cabled to his Government and was in- stantly instructed to de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 November 1888

* ,|Pv lew * í ; i) r i ' F A. MOUNTAIN OF WATER. Terrible Passage of the Cunard Steamship Erturia—A Seaman Crushed Under a Mountainous Wav«i—Five Others Iujun d—Exciting: Earth- quake. Panic in a Woman's Hospital—Double Drowning—Boiler Explosion—Steamer Sunk. Eruption of the Skin Cured* Brock vims, Ontario, Can ad a \ Decembers, 18P>, f I have used Braxdbeth's Pills, f0r the past fifteen years, and think ther^ the best cathartic and anti-bilious remrjdy known. For some five years I suite*/ed with an eruption of the skin that me great pain and annoyance. I trie**,different blood remedies, but, although 'gaining strength, the itching was unrelieI finally con- cluded to take a thorou ^ course of Brasd- kbth's Pills. I too1/ six each night for four nights, then fiv ^ four, three, two, less- ening each time V ¿y one, and then for one month took one < jvecy night, with the hap- py result that now my skin is perfectly clear and has &eeo so ever since. Ed. Vexney. . • What's 'fa ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 November 1888

" —T- as A STITCH IN TIME* I Jases in Which Mrrtfcnl Aid Is of Me# 1 Value in th« Earljr Stajgei. In the earliest stages of consumption if the lungs, it is possible to arrest the jrojrress of the affection and secure a return to health by change of climate ; itid of habits of life, together with! visely directed diet, exercise and hy- giene generally. But this stage u *fteu permitted to pass without any ; iriuus attention being given to it by ;he patient or his friends. One reason **f this i« the unreasonable hopefulnc* hat is a mental characteristic of wo>t consumptive*;. Besides the insiguiii* •ant cough and flight symptoms of de- teriorating health, which are often onijf a> be noticed and given their true value 3V the experienced physician, do not -HW7 with litem any such degroe o! i tlarin ** they merit. When a profuse •1 •nmrrhage occurs the feeling of se nirity may give way to the alarm thai ms been felt before. Any persistent 7ough should be attended to before il s too ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 November 1888

y j""1" — •«**«?? fSjIr* T*. Wv i «i w pf 1 r ' rt"- ni i 1*7 > m l Jft i v, I ] í i? -t~r- VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1888. NO. 5 GERLACH BROTHERS. {DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS G r Ain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lot and are prepared to give you Low Fignres. SEP ORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICK r-~ ' All Over the Panhandle. -J., i.^i. FACTS AND FIGURES QLEANED 7BOM OUR EXCHANGES. 'No Country Town can Duplicate out pi ice CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. DEALERS IN «Él HAYS* BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GENTS' FUENI8HING GOODS, hats, caps, ladies' ware, Man gam wants a boet and shee maker. Clareados baa a aew striig baud aad glee elnb organized. The Literary Society at Clarendon ie said to be a grand aaeeess. One man Toted the prohibition ticket at Mangum, eo they aay. A new time table t)«s gone into effect on the Ft. Worth & Denver. District court for Lipscomb coun- ty convenes at Lipscomb on Monda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 November 1888

, 'Y-.'Ww '*k 1 - r" THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. E. VILLEB. Editor ft Pub9* t $ T1 I ill PUBLISHED EVEKiT THURSDAY AT CAN ADIAN. - TEXAS THE WORLD AT LAliGE. Summary of the Daily News. / WASHINGTON NOTES. Pak Chuno Yang, Corean Minister, left Washington on the 19th for home. The Secretary of the Treasury has is- sued a circular calling attention to the fact that the retirement of National bank notes is limited to $3,000,000 a month. De- posits for the retirement of circulation will be acted upon according to priority and within the limit. Senator Vest's committee investigat- ing the beef business opened proceedings at St. Louis on the 20th. There was a report in Washington on the 20th that Colonel Lamont would be ap- pointed Judge Advocate-General to suc- ceed Swaim. Lamont denied the rumor. The President-elect has tendered E. W. Halford, managing editor of the Indianap * olis Journal, the position of private secre- tary. Mr. Halford is forty-five years of age and came from England when ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 November 1888

p> ^twwwc mu fu: Rk I \ I / FARMER KLNT'S PARSON. /; * [Written tor this paper.] HANKSGIVING DAY— and the solemn church With autumn tints was bright; The purple iruit and the russet leaves Shone fair in the tempered light. While the anthem rose as free and strong As an eagle's skyward fl'ght. When the people passed from out the door, Some gazed with rid- icule On a ragged beggar, old and blind, Who stood in the vestibule. The parson stayed a moment's space By the beggar grim and gray; He said: "Good morrow, my worthy,friend, Are you giving thanks to-day? Move on—no doubt your dinner waits;'* And the parson went his way. The beggar smiled: 44 My Father's lands Extend from sea to sea; He feeds the ravens when they cry, A^d He'll save a crumb for ma. *4 Somewhere within His wide domain A table doth await; Beneath some humble cotter's roof, ; Or by the rich man's gate; I only know I need not haste, I will not be too late." Then Farmer Kent passed where he stood.; He was a kindly man,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 November 1888

mmzr: ■ ,, ■ . r ■ r i f I I I i I a I I 'anadian ▲ mocuTio jovsmaih lMrtinfecd irery Thursday X«rnii; at Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. freeman. E. killer, editor AND publisher. at the FostO«ee at Canadian Texas, ai second slass Matter. Attornev General Hof g haa issued a circalar letter ta all District mad County Attorneys is the atate cabl- ing attention te the election laws and directing their enforcement a- gainst all who wagered bets en the election. It is thoroughly safe te say that if the arder were enforced in the average county, the men would flee to the woods in such nushers that a Grand Jnry eould not be fannd. Tuxs of SuBScnirrioH: One Tear, in advance, $1.W. 91k Months, « •!.**• Three Months, 41 .50cts. «ingle Copy, 5 44 ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements will he inserted in our eelutnns at the rate of $1.00 per inth per month. Liberal discounts will be gitea on large and loag time advertisements. Local notices and other matter sand- wiched among lire reading matter wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 November 1888

' i ; I I f i % * I i i í ^ i 11 M * v COUNTY OFFICERS. Jadee. E. E. 1*olly Sheriff and Tax CoHector, T. T. MeOee üeniiti* Sheriff. A. M. Taib 11 J. F. Hopkins J. J. Gerlach W. S. Declcpr R. C. Nail >V. II. 11. Cunninghgam l)eputv Sheriff, Ulerk, Treasurer, Attorney, Assessor, ¿mrveror. COMMISSIONERS. First District, „rr>!1Y'J ,Fa^ Sleeond " Win. Kickaril 1'liirtl - George Simpson Fourth •• J- H. Andersou jit 11 o'clock a. in. and 8 o'clock p. the second Sundav in each month. \V. A. Cooma, Pastor. on Ed Barlingame has built a seat kitehen at the rear of hit residence. A pleasant social dance was given at Fay's Hotel last Wednesday night Justice Court has been busy this week, hearing several cases of al leged vagrancy. The east brum! train was several hoars late Tuesday being delayed bv a t\ reck near Miami. %0 CHURCH DIRECTORS. for a good shave sni hair cat go METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services ^ lonsorial Rooms of J. P Yae- J1APT1ST. Services each fourth Sun- day morning snd eveni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 November 1888

V*?S if mftmm t OPENING OKLAHOMA, h - 11 I - i 5 The Friends of Oklahoma Assem- ble at Wichita Kan. Congres man Springer Gives Some Detail® of What ill* B II Proposes - The Resolu- tion* Adopted—A Committee to Go to Washington. Wichita Kan., Not. jl.—The early morni' g trains yesterday brought hun- dreds more of delegates to the Liter-State Oklahoma convention. The delegates and visitor* met at the Board of Trade head- quarsers. About ten o'clock Hon William Springer, of Illiiio s; Colonel Mansur, of Missouri; General Weaver, of Iowa, ar- rived and were given an ovation. Shortly before eleven o'clock a procedí on was formed bended by a band and marched to the Crawford Opera Houw. Ihe meeting was called to order by George L. Rouse, who introduced Judge J. S. Eme*y, of Lawrence, an temporary chairman. Mr. Walker, of Wellington, was made temr>orary secretary. Committees were appointed in the uuial manner—-of twen- ty-one members each. Judge E. B. Jew- ett, of Wichita, chairman ef th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 November 1888

J* i litem r <>: • ,r{ I •4 f Iv 8 t 4 ¥ \ f <i 1 i 1 li M ( .« i * «¿7 i íjj •*€ if *£ I 1J TRACK TROUBLES. Much Bitterness Aroused at In- dianapolis By the Arrest of Strikers. Something' Like a Riot and Worse Threatened — The Vandeibilfc Switchmen Move For More Pay and Less Work—En- gineers on the Sontl em Pacific Haya a Grievance. TWO TALES OF WIGS. Oure of Pneumonia. Hess Road, Niagara Co., N. Y., i March 24, 1886. I About a year ago I was taken with a severe pain in both lungs. I was first at- tacked with a violent chill, then a dreadful pain and then a cough accompanied by con- siderable fever. It looked very much like a bad attack of pneumonia. A friend of mine procured five Allcock's Plastees. One he put under each arm, one under each shoulder blade, and one on my chest close around my throat. In a few hours the cough ceased, the pain gradually abated and I broke out in a profuse perspiration. I fell into a profound sleep, and the next day was almost well. I wore th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 November 1888

i ggi* te Ni wav-L¿:r7 interfere. 4 MoHiAr*ln-lAW Who Knows How ta Keep Her Tongue from Wa(Ci«K* **Xo,M said old Mrs Dragon, who had ^ust arrived for her vi**t at the home ol her newly acquired son-in-law, Chatincj Breene, "No, I don't believe in mothers- in-law interfering in the affairs of their üiarried children. I've always said that I never would, and I—why, Hatti* 15reene, 3*011 ain't using your bcstsilvev- ware ever}" day, I hope." "Ye*, mamma. Chauncy likes it." ♦'O, lie doe*; well, it makes an awful sight of work scouring it, and you know 3*011 ain't extra strong. But* a! J was saving, Idon't believe in—Hattie, 1 hope you don't try to keep that baby dressed in white all the time!" "Yes. mamma dear; Chauncy dislikes colors on a baby." *•(;, well. I suppose the child must wear white, tliou; but it must make vodr wa*ii bills awful heavy. How. ever, as I was saying—Chauncv, if J was you I'd speak to the butcher about leaving so much fat on the steak." "Chauncy likes it thai way...

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

• _ . ■ • I m VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1888. NO. 6 EM j 1 I j i V i I I 1 If M . * 1 ■' If GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GeAin and Flouk, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lot and are prepared to give you Low Figures. B1F0BE BUYING Elsewhere Call & SET PRICES Wo Country Town can Duplicate our pjice' CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. cm mmamm * wxs%. DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, hats, caps, ladies' ware, And all Articles in the General Drv Goods Line- PRICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST! I faying at great Bargains, we defy competition. Our friends are cordially invited to call, examine prices and be convinced. Bargains In Every Line! CANADIAN, Main Street, TEXAS. THE FAY HOTEL. A EAR TEE RAILROAD DEPOTr. B. FAY, Proprietor. Sates, per ¿ay, : $1.50 Tables Supplied with the Beet of the Market. - 4H Parties will llud superior accommodtiaons at this com «tedious and elegavtly furnished h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 6 December 1888

BP? # ' •<: *• - ' -i JMf —— -<•*- «*-- " ""~««*•-*« , ¥ * * • ' ' . THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ♦ N E. MULES, Editor ft FuVr. THpfteDAY AT % - TEXAS AT LARGE. Summary o.(. ttvo Paily News. t*l ) WASHINGTON NOTES. Hon. Michael Henry Herbert, British Charge d'affaires at Washington, was mar- ried recently to Miss Belle Wilson, a rich New York girl. Pénsion Commissioner Black has pre- pared a statement showing that of the 15,000 estimated cases where widows under the act of, June 7,1888, were entitled to arrears of pensions from the time of their hus- bands' deaths, 14,502 cases have been filed afad settled. Secretary' Whitney, following his usual custom since he has been at the head of the Navy Department, presented to each of the employes of the department a fine turkey for their Thanksgiving day dinner. It took 400 to go around. The President attended union services at Assembly Church, Washington, Thanks- giving morning. Secretary Whitney's annual report on the condition of the na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 6 December 1888

( . ) J I ¡Í ) I Si EÜ 'iaiK- *#v. .«vjf -^-nr **■ •*'?*—. $MK ws*«* i * — 4|M «PP ■- —— THE TARIFF * QP • •* :— The Diileronc© Betwee) Senate Mei The .Treasury Depart] issued % complete^; i tables showing* toe amüünt of collected during the past fiscal and the ainOuñt which would been collected upon the same importa- tions if eítlifer the Mills bill or ¿enáte tributé bill haá been the law; The summary by schedules-is as follows: tu House revenue TARIFF SCHEDULE. Chemicals Glass and earth- enware Me tals Wood and woofi- enware . Sus?ar and mo- lasses Cigars, tobacco, C L C • • • • . . • . • • • • Provisons Wines, liquors, etc Manufactures of cotton...... « Flax, hemp and j me.... ........ Wool and wool- c n s*.«. * .. •. . * •. Silk and. bilk goods Books, papers, etc......... .... Sundries i Existing i ¿kwi'e i ! law. f b>U I Mills bill. £6,038,000 7,588.000 2s>,524,tOU 1,503,000 57,145,000 9,127,000 11.303,000 7,681,000 12,081,000 9,499,000 35,629,000 15,540,000 1,145,000 14,...

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

j-.. '.. •:• r :. ' ;:, .-*.••<••: • - i p«r—~~ [w^T II í'^iVi :,Í,^IYÍII|m 1 :¿~TS .. >-*.* H( j[sn*áia* £r$&itni. A •*0€«ATIC aOUKViL, MMü&cd CTwy Thursday Morning Ca&adiaft, Hemphill tonnljr, Oar people vhoald see to it tbat ike next Legislature ditcorera quite early in the session ¿bat the Pan handle has a few important interests that demand attention, and not lei the fact be forgotten a single mo- ment. Amos Chapman, the* scpnt and general overseer of the Arraphahoe and Cheyenne Indian reservations is just now catching it heavily in the metropolitan dailies, whieh to. FortOfllet «C.—.í" '-1'* wltt •"«*' * " « «• FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. i Texas, as second class matter. pasture stock in those regions for a sufficient monetary consi leration Amos is a slick citizen, and lords it over that country with an almost, ab solute power. Anyone who ever had the misfortune to be caught in the Territory by his scouts, can tes- tify to the powerful influenc...

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