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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 February 1889

...... • >i:. ?% §£€,■ Efc-. j*¿ %,-• =^át¿ P? m ep¡5i «V. ■ Wg (¿anadian Jwe #«$$. I*. V." HASH, Publisher. CAM ADIAN, TEXAS. A total eclipse of the sun by the moon was seen in California on New Year's dav. Gold dollars aro practically out of circulation, and can only be boueht from brokers at a premium. THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE SENATE. Thirtieth Day.—Senator Simkins, by request, this morning introduced in tne senate a bill providing that the effects oí alcoholic drinks on the hu- man system shall be taught in the pub- lic schools. This is the same bill that was introduced at the last regular ses- sion. It met with a sad fate then. Amendments were offered providing that the effects of tobacco chewing, St. Paul, Minx., is denied the pleas- ure of an ice palace and carnival this winter ou account of the mildness of the weather. Charleston, S. C., is said to be greatly improved in appearance since the earthquake necessitated so much rebuilding. The Harvard College Athletic com- mittee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 February 1889

- R. HAGGARD NIB. He Revels In the Sunny North- west Climate. Elephant Hunting Near Winnipeg—Afri" can Prevarication Laid Bare—Lion Shooting Exposed—The Train Brute Again—Steals Nye's Overshoes and Disappears Wearing an Old Lady's dye on the End of His Vmbrella. In the exhilirating Northwest, 1889. The cold of Minnesota has been greatly exaggerated by rival states, and though times the thermometer low- ers in the estimation of society, the cold is of such a dry, bracing character as to seem almost oppressively hot to those who aro not accustomed to it. The eye sparkles, the step is elastic and rich blood mantles to the nose, as the airy caparisoned droska speeds blithely through the palmetto groves of the thrifty Occident. Many southern people come to St. Paul and Minneapolis, it is said, in or- der to escape the rigors of their own winter. The banana belt extending fronA Duluth to Winnipeg reminds one í f tropical Africa. Last week Mr. Riley Haggard and 1 started out for a little, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 February 1889

ratw Canadian Free Press, THIS OFFICIAL ORGAX $£ HEMPHILL COUNTY. ~ -• < I, T. IAIN Editar ud fmprfctsr, •1.60 PEB YEAR; il FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the Pcstoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING HATES. 1 Inch Rintrlp column. SI .50 per month t or more inches SI,Oí) per inch per month. l>oraJs. first insertion I5c per linn Additional Insertions l^c per lino Rule work donlle thp rate for loords. Job work at reasonable prices. Rills presented monthly. IIEMPTTTJX COUNT? OFFICERS ■Jtidflr*. Sheriff. Deputy Sheriff, G^rk. ... TrMinm. rmmtT Attorney. iimttce of the Ffiw A«wwor, 8nrwyor, F V. PnlH T. T. VrT.pr • A. M. TarWl' • J. H. Hopkins J. J. nprlnpl- - . W. S. PptVT Nelse Vcrf • - R.r.Nn!l W. H.n.Onnnlnghiin' COMMISSIONERS. Flint District. Second District, Third DMtrlrf. rourth District, District .Tiultre, District Attorney, Dartd Fnv . Win. Rloknr' J. C. Turner Wllllnm Groom? Frnnk Willi* -W. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 February 1889

" ,W<¿ Hw$ mteñ tiSos "C*^ ?*?£ ""•' :* SPItei :¿¿*-s. ~ :"':* ■ -■• * 'íK;:- Éífe« • ' • PTW -. mm wg^jsjgl •V"'^*?-: ""H •'v ' V' / .' • .-■!«■ :.. US ® f •;. W- ; Bfe- ^. GANADI < ¿ . ,<j£ -.i -: 5%,' '"*45 ?'*- . frag ccr ~£<V£ r 4 ¥' ■■■■íiií < . • • •. • Vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, *Eexas, Wednesday Feb'y 27,1889. No 31 BLAINE'S FOREI. N POLICY. The following extract from a letter written by Blaine curing his brief term as secretary of state, regardiug the posi- tion of this country toward the Hawai- ian Islands, will be of especial interest as outlining something of what his pol- icy would have been had he had charge of the Samoan complication: "The policy of this country with re- gard to the Pacific is the natural com- plement of its Atlantic policy. The his- tory of our European relations for fifty years shows the zealous concern with which the United Stgtes has guarded its control of the coast from foreign in- terference, and this without extension of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 February 1889

mim -■ ir *- ' W. fc-v ' Rfi & @8"-' -§£?v Sr. IK u.-:.- ai \ % % «i «anadian free Press 11. V. HARM, Publisher. CANADIAN, TEXAS. The second digit acquire* an e.«peo ially evil reputation araon^ the early Christians. because the second day bell was created, along with b saven and earth. Queen Victoria's eldest grandson, who is in line for the British throne, is soon to ask for an allowance from Parliament. The young man is think- ing of getting married. The Indian princess, Sar-Ah Winne- mucca, who attended Wellesley College, and has written stories under the nom de plume of "Bright Eyes,' is now teaching an Indian school. Makk Twain is said by oue who knows hira well to bo the m. st miser- able of men. lie is possessed 9f a wild, mad fear that ill-luck is bout d to over- take him aud deprive him of his for tuue. Justice Miller, of tho United States Supremo court, lias juit had an ten years, the first having occurred in 1878. Commodore Price, late of Troy, and father of the Duch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 February 1889

"-i- MW/S¿ %. PMf ff THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS * p • P-'Í 5 - m Here's the path our feet shall press To the land of happiness; There are guide-post s by the way That we may not go astray; Spots there are where we may rest, Of King Happiness the guest, Hasking in the sunshine's glow, W hile the joyous pilgrims go Ever on toward the gates Where the Queen of Joy awaits Those recruits her king shall gain On the way to his domain. Such a joyous army this! Hanners leaping for a kiss From the winds that sweep along. Hearing songs that well belong To a road whose glory lies Always under the smiling skies. By this road no toll-prate stands With its ever-barring hands, Yet of every passing soul There is asked a certain toll. It is this—that we shall share. As we tread the thoroughfare. ~ All we have with those who lose What they gain, or who refuse To accept what is bestowed By the master of the road. What a simple engineer Marked this path! It is so clear, That to miss it is to turn And its cool...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 February 1889

* «fe ♦ -• .- ' *«k : _ -.', .;-- '• -' ' .. mmrresh ■ - % '- !gf m •*?;. -• , X' m#f '-• 4 ■•• .4 - .- .• . * •• ~¿*.v wm 1 te v -^irpr^ - • y * 4 Canadian Free .Press, TBB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. I, V. HARM Editor «nd Praetor, 91.40 PER TEAR; SI FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the PosioiTUe ::t Canadian as sfcond-claí s matter. ' ADY KKTÍS1X6 RATES. Í inch sinple column. >1 .-"¡i \u>\- month 2:'oj; more inches $1,00 per inch per month. Locals, first. ins« itK n 15c per line Addition* ] insertions 10e per line l?rh* work double the rate for 1 r.^h. .lob work :-?t rensonabh prices. fSills .presented nronthlv. Oklahoma; then onto the great Pan- handle, * Canadian, the Metropolis, is all right and don't you fail to remember it. Developments in the Panhandle the coming year will surprise the natives. l)r. L. W. Clark of RnshvHl, IK., writes ns that his last FRE PRESS contained a green spider. The spider. Doc...

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

w á §m l/ GA N ADI AN • PR ESS. x*'W. : Wm Vol. 2. Canadian. Hemphill Cottnty. Texas, Wednesday Mar. 5 ,1889. No 30 j.\- 7TT" NO MAN'S LAND. Senator II. H. Kelly's Lecture Subject. — — 0 1" — — -- ---- — fore winter sets in, and they are in 1) 0,1 e j ter shape to stand the winter. T the I July, in the middle of summer, and of | course get plenty of grass and water, j and get acquainted with the range be- j bet-! I his year there has been very little hard o , «• „ ! weather. I have private advices and I Senator Ke ly, of McPherson.deliver- , . * . . c.l an i..teiws iil<r lecture before the' "°W that pe°ple are g01Dg lnt0 Texa" ' and bn\ing who would not unless state senate and .state Historical society > .... , ., , 4l ... mm jm '¡conditions were favorable. n the senate chamber Monday «ven- e8tilnlted an„ , have , reasonB for ing, on the subject of > o Man sUind, ¡ ^ ^ U(>re tha|, lwice „ The subjoined synopsis of the address ma caU)e went Iagt thanbefore is taken from t...

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

J| m m íf. SeÜ '-r b -- KK: r; The prince of Wales has engagements booked lor every day of 1889. A beard over seven'and one-half feet long is worn by Louis Coulon, a me* chanie 63 years old, living in Montlu- oon, France. sNár':.- Senob Domingo, the celebrated Span ish artist, has just painted a portrait of the little King- Alfonso, for which he received $20,000. Gen. Fkancis E. Spinner, of the fa mous signature, and once treasurer of the United States, is patiently endur- ing a cancer of the facc that must prove fatal in the near future. Mrs. Julia Watson of Leicester, Mass., has just celebrated her 102d birthday in excellent health and amid many congratulations She has not been ill a day in two years. 8am Jones recently told a clergy- man of his intention to start a big re- vival in Los Angeles, Cal. -'Why do you~ do that?1' asked the clergyman; ••it is the City of Angels." "Mebbe it- is," replied Sam, 4'but I guess the bulk Of them is fallen angels." Last year the pope received f...

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

J k \ £1 - Pimplis. Sare3, A chrs and Pains. "H'ben a hnn-irc! bottles of sarsaparilla Of other pretentions specifics fail to eradicate In-born errofuift or contagious blood poleon Temember that B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) "has pralned many thousand victories, In a¿ many seemingly incurable instances. Send to the Blood Bairn Co., Atlanta, Ga., for MBook of Wonders," and be convinced. It is the only true ni,ooo pi:rifyer. (i. W. Mts-.r, Howell's X.Roads, Ga. writes: M1 was afflicted nine years with sores. All the medicine J could take did me uogood. I then tried B. Li. B. arid S bottles cured me sound." Mrs . M. Wilson, Jlound Mountain, TeX" as, writes: "A lady friend of mine wa8 troubled with bumps and [ im: les on her face and neck, hhe took three bottles of B. B. B.f and her skin got .«oft and imooth, pimples -disappeared, and her health improved great- ly." Jas. L. Bosworth, Atianta, Ga.. writes: "Some years ujo 1 contracted blooa poison. 1 ha-i no appetite, in;,1 digestion wan...

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

WW wr l5>--: t ml . iri- Canadian Free Press, THX OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. I, T. HARM Editor 11 i Inpfietir. •1.60 per year; $1 for six montiis. strictly in advance. published every wednesday at canadian. texas. Entered at tlie Postoffice .it Canadian as second-class matter. A nv FRTISFNO R A TFS. 1 inch single column £1.50 per month. 2 or more inches $1.00 per inch per inf ntfh. I ..reals. first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Ki le work donMe the rate f« r lor: ls. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly.¡ Four new states anil New Mexico left out in the cold. Th« climate of tlie panhandle dis- co* n s that of sunny Itaiy. Oklahoma; then onto the great Pan- handle, A long pall, a strong pnll and a p'dl altogether, will place Ilempliill county in the foremost ranks. It is stated that a land transaction of considerable magnitude will soon take place. We frequently notice in our eastern exchanges, many items regarding the Panhandl...

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

mm m m?. / m A; V 4 sps ■ - -' y?. • ■ _" Vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Mar. 13 ,1889. RtXnOCC19QOE«V.'«4 CANADIAN IS THE GATEWAY TO OKLAHOMA It Joins HEMPHILL County On the East. This Is Something Of a CHESTNUT But WE Want YOU to KEEP YOUR EYE OA THE INDICATOR, CANADIAN. If Yon Have Not Read This Before. Read Now and Remember It. OKLAHOMA. rx><1 Alu AND 1ST A I.. The Bill Passed Providing For Its- Opening All Indian Lands West Of The ijiinety- Sixth Parallel Embraced. The Lands to be Opened by Procla- mation of the President Under Provisions of General Laws. No Territorial Government, No Gov- ernor, No Town Sites, An Equal Show to Everybody. llorase and Senate Conferees Agre to the Latter's Proposition Providing for Immediate Negotiations. Three Commissioners to Bargain With the Indians for the Landsand Report to the President, Who May Make Proclamation Opening Them. Forthwith to Settlement. Washington, March 4.—In the senate yesterday, the first busines...

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

■■:- /. VA.-.- - .- .•--"SÍ^,-4??.-'.> rí - is#?§P! £sw«$$?3í«£ í í*# ' .•^:irv;• '• 5?s¿ ara® «V-V-.v'V- áv «s •',. ~ Vv->,T :; -*.'• .-;. .••'• •" fe-. •. • í^v.^v •' 7 «; ': ".<«.• --;! If ' ■: BwS- E¿v, pf*- -• i® H) bs?. By .- . -. —i-i-" ' . ,. \ ':--«k.4i '- '*? danadtan free $tm. thk texas legislature Zi. V. HARUÍ) Publisher. CANADIAN, - - TEXAS. Japanese Minister Kuki owns the most gorgeous equipage in Washington. Mobe than $8,000,000 have been col- lected for the new Catholic university at Washington. Louisiana furnishes alone one- seventh of our sugar. Her crop in 1888 was 360,000,000 pounds. . - -•- It is stated that Mrs. Cleveland has not drunk a glass of wine since she be- came mistress of the White House. Mrs. Whitney is an enthusiast oil the future of the United States navy, which she thinks will bo a grand one. Tourists on the viver Nile are now taxed. The result; of this tax go to the preservation of the monuments of the country. Njwjixsej is given as the ...

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

í-?£->£- •* Pi? ts " ■ ■- ■ - ■" BRIEFLETS. Ui ré -' pfo, '\ í** I :; Three-fifths of the cotton crop Is now pro. <tace<l by white labor. A critic sp?oK3 of the novels of Edgar Saítus a3 '•sag^r-coat-'l nrscnic wafers." Sixteen youn? ladios in Lowell have form- ad a wh st club that meets weekly for prac- tice.. It is said thut the neighbors can heai them play whist three blocks away. Charles Holmes, nn old hermit, of Con- necticut, pr.diets that there won't be a rail- roa'l lire left in this country twenty-fiv* foai - hence. Why not get him into the leather bureau. Mark Twain derrei the story that "h« -tried like a child wncn his old cow recently *¿ed." i i.e ays ti¡at lie never owned on old *ow. buys directly from a milk can a* *ws CTats per quart. A lii'ynl'.s in ? Iaryland has invented an c lishinr ].oie which, by the aid * f stout spiral 9¡.r.nó'3, yanks out the un- wary denizens or ho .streams while the fish- •9rn:an smol.es and ivadj in peace. The t'. is'.c at t!.e un...

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

■ • •• ' Ufe S0P8 t^sais^ap^B| ' W :'--r. - %-i£ ■Mb t#*; r g£;- Nífe' S V-. Canadian Free Press, TBI OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTT. I, I, MRU Uiln at frafrieter. ^1^0 FEB TEAS', $1 FOR SIX MOKTH8. fTRICTLY IK ADVANCE. WftLlSHEI> EVERY WEDNESDAY AT -CANADIAN, TEXAS. entered at the Pest office at Canadian as second-class matter. "" ADVERTISING HATES. 1 hicli siRííle column. ?1 .50 per month. H or more indies $1,00 per inch per «1011 til. I/orals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per lino. Hole work double the rate for h eals. Joli work at reasonable prices. Bills presented month!*-. TPFMPTTIJ.J, COTTNTY Judge. ♦her i IT. T epiity Sheriff, - Clerk. Trefli'irrr. - (Tonntf AIIook'v. Jnítíc of fhe Penee Apewsor. - S:irreyor, - - TT.TI. funninj'''-1!'' COMMISSIONERS. Pnvid Fnv - Win. R'ckarrt J. C!. Turner WilHnm Grooms OFFffFRS F. V.. Pol*y T. T. Merer A.Tff.TnrMl' .?. H. ffopfc'n* .1. .1 ijcrt-if' V/. *?. TV-i-k- • ^7 el <"* Pp r * 11 r.V: " yrM D «tr'ef....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 March 1889

x .a o j- CAN ADIAN#FREE#PR£ - T:v- ' ^ w-; ¿V¿ . -7& £ =S= :) l\ urn Vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas, Wednesday Mar. g7 ,1889. sn No 34 Notice. LOCAL'AND PERSONAL. The parties who have be«*n tearing; Col. Barr was in from his ranch yes- down the house on the .Joe Reynolds'; terday. section will please call around and pay for same or they will be prosecuted; they are known. W. S. Decker. Not ire. ■ VTlie firm of C. W. Yvb Ury Jr. & Co., ciiusislin^ of C- 'V. Friei.f-v. Jr. :rnd liviny Hamburg. j;;' i his d;;v -iisvi-. e<i by mutual consent. ILmy Ham- burg assume* all the debts of the firm and (collects ul! accounts due said lirm. C. W. Frickey. Jr. IleTsrv Hamburg. Canadian, Texas. March 18th.1889. HEaD* Ed. Montgomery drove over to Mo- beetie to-day. Soma tima de," beara licka me and soma tima me licka de beara. Dick Bttssell has taken charge of the 12 :cUange Saloon. . Lee Duvee is running a first class restaurant next t o the post-office. Tne plum bushes are i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 March 1889

• m ■i - • • t «tmodíon free |rei*. Zl ▼. HABM, Mr. John Grundy, of Polk county, ta the largest man in Arkansas. He Í 6 feet 10 inches in height, weighs 328 pounds, is active, and in strength is equal to three men. There is a young woman living in Newark, ,N. J., who bears tho brief name of Henrietta Louisa Carolina Amelia Adelaide Theresa Whitehead Thorpe Wilkinson Kinsey Post. The emperor of China, a boy of 17, has a serious hesitation in his speech and speaks with considerable difficulty. He is quiet in disposition, but very obstinate when once he has formed an opinion. Mr. George Bancroft, the histor« ian-t no longer graces Washington so- ciety* circles. To a lady who sent him an invitation he wrote: <4I can not come, because I carry upon me tho weight of 60 years.'* A reputable author says that the -skull of John Theache, known as "Blackboard," the Virginia pirate of 1718, is in tho possession of a Vir- ginia family in the form of a silver rim mod drinking cup. Lieut. Gov. J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 March 1889

■ •••* : - pp ¿'^•"'i.W- &$b3¿T . r"VÁ ::f. THE LOST ATLANTIS. fl m - R :) M > - fer: p|; - - Mc For many centuries there has been * tradition of a long lost island called At- lanta. . The Greek geographers located it in the Atlantic Ocean, west of the north- west part of Africa and the Pillars oj Hercules. The sea-kings of Atlantis ara said to have invaded Europe and Africa and to have been defeated by tha Athenians. All the legends agree that it was a vast island, of inexhaustible resources, and inhabited by a race of superior people. For ages this island has existed only in legendary lore. But now, when tha light of modern research is turned full npon the investigation, behold the lost Atlantis at our very doors. So the bigoted medical fraternity govs groping about in the dark, seeking foi an Atlantis or Esculapius, when if they would investigate, they would behold tbfe lost Atlantis at their very door ^Vith their ancient text book, a cas^oi physic, a paper in their waistc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 March 1889

ü? " Sí.r J*£- ■- ;;: w&: llsi ■« ■y < j— ■ M.U ■Jl • ■- " ■ ■I ■ ■' ■ L- -y Canadian Free Press, TBI OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. L. f. IftlM Eiittr ifli Piiprictor. •1.60 PER TEAR; $1 FOR SIX MOSTH8. 8TRICTLT IN ADVANCE. mm.. PUBLISHED EVERY "WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the P< stofllce at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 incli single column $1.50 per month f or more inches $1.00 per inch per mnitfi. Locals. first insertion 15c per hue Additional insertions 10c per line Bule work double the rate for locals Job work at reasonable prices. Bill- presented monthly. IIFW 1"IU IX CO UN .liiilsr*. Sheriff Deputy Sheriff, flrrk. .... Ti nwirrr. County AttrriTv, .Init'c1 «>' tl> A *#w*or •tirrcjror. Y OFFICFRS f. v. foil' T T. Mcf'c A M TnrM- I If T?opk5*' Clover town Gossip. •<Jood morning, mv d«tnr Mr*. No good; I'm go delighted to see jroni D< eome in and gluy awhile.*' 'I b'iievu J w 11, for I'm just that tired of tayiu' at h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 3 April 1889

* * "• V-r.-.: Wm m ¿ - ■' g|Sgj • • /0<- /c l\sCJL¡ ■ :1-' " i' ' % ^ CC L 1/! tf GAN ADI ■MW nT 'tr * ■ 1 1*** ■ - - — Vol. 2. , To The Pub ie# The Good Tem piers • > Canadian desire to announce to the public in general that the work of an Entelligenc • Office will be Jone by them in connec- tion with the reading room. There- fore all who wish to employ help, ei- ther male or female, or those looking for work, will apply to It. Deans, who can be found at the Reading Room - evenings. Notice. The part les w bo have bee tearing 4 down the howe on the Joe Reynolds' section will ¡ lease call around and pay for same or they v. ill be prosecuted; they are known W. S. Decker. Notice. The firm of C. W. Friekey Jr. & Co., « consisting of C. W. Friekey, Jr. and Henry ffamburg. has this day dissolv- • ed by mutual consent. Henry Ham- burg assumes all the debts of the firm and collects all accounts due to the said firm. C. \V. Friekey. Jr. Henry Hamburg. Canadian, Texas, March 18th,1...

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