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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 January 1889

1,1 ' T OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 'rtt ÍIWB* Jtfáar/ ffjragrajths. IFT I i .¿"i i I 1 a i # Í c ; li; 1 I ifjf /; 1 i Ni 11 It I m i •i m ■' m i DISTRICT OFFICÉUS. man,—S. W. T. Lanh&ar senator.—John IL 8teph ens. AeprosenUli ve.—A. H. 11. Tolar. ««uge,—Frank Willis. Sriot Attorney,—W. IÍ. Woodman- trici Cl«rk,—J. IÍ. Hopkins. * The Quarterly meeting held in the Washita neighborhood last Snnday i L«cd ÍUxae Calculated %• Amsse i ^*s quite well attended. l lustrasfc and Entertain oar Readers. r } rw--\ 1 i S£C5 Aíor ey To run a Newspaper. Did you see ths eclipse last night? Are we going to hove any winter COUNTY OFFICERS. £dfe, K. E. Pe>Uy j oriSf and Tax Collector, t. t. McGoe 1 tuty Sheriff, A. M. Tar bill , k, J Í*. Hopkins I toeuurer, J. J. Gerlach * Jtttoreey, W. S. Decker ¡ ¿jeessor, K. C. Nail j fl*rvcror. W. H. If. Cupo'nghgam, COMMISSIONERS. ! at all? jQLrtt District, ha vid Far nnrcr rrn prvr. 4 i < feeond * Win.liicknrd , ÍJOlL 10 REST: -Apply at "third * J. C. Ttn ner...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 January 1889

A (íEEAT calamity, Reading", Pa., Visited By the Fun* nel-Shaped Monster. T * ¿I; t ft I E A Silk Mill Wrecked nd Eighty Girls Kille<l—Track of the Tornado Nar- row Bat Terrible—A Night of Horror* Reading, Pa., Jan. 10.—Last night was the sadtiest night in the memory of Read- ing as the result of the most horrible dis- aster in its history and a hundred house- holds are in mourning as the result of the •calamity. A cyclone swept over the northern section of the city in the afternoon and laid waste every thing in its reach with a terrible loss of life. The death and injury list can only be estimated, but the anost reliable computation at ten o'clock last night was that not less than sixty per- sons were kííle'l outright and 100 injured. It was raining very liara aii morning, but about noon it ceased almost entirely, and by four o'clock there was every indi- cation that there would be an entire ces- sation of the rainstorm. Half an hour afterward the sun made every effort to penetr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 January 1889

a PWf !' JM ft —T" StafSsB V ' w •'•* * " ^lp _;v ■f ^ |V r_ r¿ i i il f« J ft ill i i *" i . i It. 5 Swti r* -j ¡¿ THE READING HORROR. Bill 1 y Thirty Dead and Over One Hundred Injured, Many of Whom Will Die. Reading, Pa., Jan. 11.—The following list of casualties is corrected up to last evening by the disastrous tornado of Wed- nesday evening: Burned to death in the Pittsburgh & Reading shop—Allen Lan- denberger, head, legs and arms missing; John Fortman, crushed to death; John H. Kaler, carpenter, head crushed; Sheridan Jones, burned to death; George A. Schaf- fer, legs burned off. Injured—George Knabb, 353 Moss street, badly injured; Arthur Dewald, arm broken; Samuel Jtfewkirk, internal injuries. The list of casualties at the silk mill is as follows: * Dead—Sal lie Say lor, Mary Evans, Harry Crocker, Annie Baudmauer, Mamie Lees, Ella Ridenhower, Sallie Bickel, Eva Leeds, Sophie Winkleman, Katie Leans, Millie Chri^tman, Barbara Seilheimer, William Snyder, George Niemad, Lilly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 17 January 1889

MM mm ssssm want THE KANSAS p<J m THE GREAT DOLLAR WEEKLY. The Kaxsas City Weekly Times in read by moro people in tlie West than any other paper published. Why? Be- cause it better represents the Great West than any other paper. It is the leader in the Oklahoma movement and in every thing that benefits the West. It is the largest weekly newspaper published in the world, being 12 pages, 84 columns every issue, all for only one dollar a 3'ear. Every Western man should take Tiie Times. Send a postal card for inducements to subscribers. THE TIMES, City, Mo. We will rceive subscriptions for all the loading American and foreign newspaper and magazine at this «liücc at wholesale prices. You can save money by having us forward your subicriptiona. When you want Job Work do*a remember that we have new aad ar- *:*tic design* for all aorta and «very Riyie. and have new and stylish cat# illustrating over forty different t adea and professions. -We invtU 111 intereated parties to call and ex- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 January 1889

h i? > í ir i it i i M I n k . N' Cafe*-" 1 5" VOL. II GEHLACII BROTHERS. (BEALEES IN GROCERIES, DHY GOODS GiiAin and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS Wo handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to give you Low Fibres. SSFORE SPYING Elsewhere Call & SET PRICK Country Town can Duplicate our price' CANADIAN, ... TEXAS. CANADIAN. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1889. NO. 13 What a ruasen.' /.t Is. CKj ¡&S L SALES! a fli lili At CHAMBERS & HAYS, •FOE TEE 11EXT SO 2)AYS! W ÍPÍI fi IT. In order to make room for our Hew Sprinsr Btock We have 150 Coats &nd Vests eoin^at from $100 to 83.00 each. PAINTS and Full Suits tñe same in proportion. Good Merrimac Calicoes, 15,17 and 20 ya-dt! for OIJE BOLIDE! Cull and exzmiiiz our Shock befor.o the f inis expires- and Be Convinced! CAHADIAÍ?, Main Streoí, TESAS. When swiftly-flowing riv r« their waters into the sea w? } •« •!- .• meet the influx oí a ii la t>: « struggle between the river* s C;?rr üi At id t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 January 1889

THE CANADIAN CKESCEUT, REEXAV B. UtLLBR, Editor ft PuVft I PUBLISHED KVKKÍ THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS, THE WOfiLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. Iff the Senate on the 14th Senator Hoar introduoed a concurrent resolution for the count- ing of the votes for President and Vice-Presi- dent, which was referred. The Senate then re- sumed consideration of the Tariff bill, and Sen- ator Allison offered two new sections providing for a bounty of one cent per pound on sugar from beets, sorghum or sugar cane grown in this country. The bill was finally laid aside and Senator Chandler introduced a bill reviving the grade of Lieutenant-General of the army. Ad- journed After the reading of the journal in the House, Mr. Randall reported a resolution rescinding the rule for five o'clock adjournments which occasioned a lengthy debate. Bills were introduced to punish the buying and selling of votes; for establishing a National Military Mu- seum at Washington; to refund the inte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 January 1889

—m am \ i i iC ml j j J, M II lit ; II i I I I I r S i ■, f «i. THE CANADIAN CRESCENT, TBEEMAH E. MUiIaCS, Edito* ft Pub1*. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CAlSÍAOIAISr. - TEXAS. THOSE LOVE-LIT EYES. There is a certain pair of eyes. But whether black, or blue. Or brown, or gray, I need not tell— It mutters not to you. But, ob, iny heart is full of joy, Wherever I may be. When those sweet eyes, Those lovely eyes, Beam tenderly on me. l^et others cold and careless be, Aod treat me with disdain. And I will smile, and sing the while. Nor feel one moment's pain. But, oh, my heart wou d break in twc* And deep my srief would be. If those sweet eyes. Those lovely eyes, Looked scornfully on me. I've gazed in other eyes, 't;s true— ► Like brilliant orbs they shone— But none possessed the inag'.c charm Responsive to my own. Anil 1 am happy when in crowds Or quiet nooks, I see Those eyes I love. All eyes above, Betray their love for me. They seem to follow everywhere I so; by day and night I'm huun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 January 1889

\ \ I \ V ^atindiJtt <tür¿nt*vL A UÍ.HOCKA7IC JOUliA.VIi, A FREAK OF NATURE ]&&>li$hed every Thursday >-oi«tn^ at Cacutdiütt, Hemphill Tex a?. FHEEHAX. E. MILLS, tCiiOR AND PUBLISHER. Bftterod at tlio Tost Office at Canadian j TeiM, a secoarl elaas matter. Tukms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, " $l/)0- Three Monwlis, %f • 50cta. Single Copy, 5 advertisements. Advertisements will be in*érte4 ?.n our c*!amii.< at the rate of $1.00 per insh. P"1' ctemth. Liberal discount will be rtven («large and long tiras artvertismn sn s. Local notices and other matter r -ind- Tflched amon^ live reading matter wu. be Averted at the rate of 10 cents per line the first insertion and 5 cents per ^ne lor each succeeding insertion. Legal notices will be insertad at the e of 15 cents per line for the first ins#r- n and 10 cent* per line ior each inser- tion thereafter. All advertisements, local and reading notices inserted without ¿peeial contiac-. SWli be car...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 January 1889

% TP?—' # ir m-,msi \¡Ü! V \ !? i, Ii ft ! ;i! J h i I ¡ i H ¡ lf II I? 1 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. X... ■_ j .Ml DISTRICT OFFICERS. GaagreuniM.—g. W. T. Lfinb* - senator.—J oh q H. Stephens. XtepresenUtive,—A. H. 11. ToUr. —Frank Wiilia. ^triot Attorney,—W. II. AVoodraan- Ifcslrict Clerk,—AJ. H. Hopk ne. «ted \otxl $nra graphs. irocal Items Calculated to Atnzse Instruct 2nd Kntertaia oar Readers. — i COUNTY OFFICER:?. I £6. IC. E. Polly I leriff and Tlx C®Uect«r, T. T. McGec ' 6Wiff, A. M. larbill «ferfc. J F. Hookinsi >r«tfilrcr, J.J. Gerlacli Mt^raer. W. S. Decker isifMor, K. C. Nail xvcror, W. Ii. H. Oun ninghgaiu COMMISSIONERS. | HOUSE TO RENT: — Ann!y at ÍJErst District, Duvil Fav «i.u o"]^ ^S ond - Wiu. l'iekanl i • ir It Takes Monti? w To run a News; ^per. The days arc gro wing perceptiblj longer now. lird ftenrth J. C. Turner William Groom f Dave Hafrgrave was in town the first part of the wedc. S cans of Tomatoes for $1 00 at B K Herrington «fe Go's. To Hemphill county' new s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 January 1889

..V-, mmi •fores-~TV - * ROBBING THE POOR. i "> 9ome More Light Thrown on the Iniqui- ties of the Allison Bill* The more the Allison bill, now un- der consideration in the Senate, is ex- amined, the plainer becomes its pur- pose to reduce the taxes of the rich and to increase the taxes of the poor. Recently we showed by what device the tax on fine pen-knives was reduced from 50 per cent, to 36 per cent., while the tax on the cheap Congress knife would be increased from 50 per cent to 93. In guns the same rule has been ap- plied. Section 177 reads as follows: "All double-bai re led, sport ng breech-load- ing shotguns, ten dollars each and 25 per cent. *d valorem. Double-barreled shotguns costing $5 Abroad are to pay an import tax of $11.25, or on twenty guns costing $100 a tax of $225. 9 But take a fine shotgun, such as the rich buy, costing $100; the tax will be only $35. Thus, twenty poor men •buying shotguns valuod at just what one rich man's gun is valued at, are taxed in the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 January 1889

I I! it I |4 1 I * \ El > I \) STRUCK A STUMP. Terrible Accident to a Train in Michigan—Lieutenant-Gover- nor McDonald And Others Killed—Several Wounded —Five Men Drowned While Tearing Down a Bridge. Eleven Drownings Reported in British Columbia—Two in Michigan—Colli- sion at Sea. Marquette, Mich., Jan. 21.—As the east- bouud passenger train on the Northwest- ern r&ilroal neared El wood, a station six- teen miles east of Watersmeet, at one o'clock Saturday afternoon, one o I the trucks under the rear coach broke and threw the coach off the track. It ran about five car lengths, when it struck a stump and was smashed to piece*, killing or injuring all the occupants. The killed are: John A. McDonald, Lieutenant- Governor of Mic higan; William Corcoran, of Escanaba; H. A. Tuttle, of Cleveland, O. The wound-d are: Mrs. Percy Beasor, of Ashland, Wis., spine injured, very bad; Mrs. McClvjre, of Watersmeet, wife of the train brake man, badl v cut and severe in- ternal injury; Mrs. E....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 24 January 1889

■p- iiiimtoi * 5 KANSAS CITY TIES. r p 1 * V ^KíES o& FOB THE CSESCEHT the great dollab weekly. tkb kaxsas city wrexly time 1 rod by more people inthe Wcat than any other paper published, n by? JBo- cAUoe it better represents the Ureti Wast than any other paper. It is tno leader in the Oklahoma movement ana in everything that beneilta the Y eet. It is the largest weekly newspaper published in the world, being 13 pages, S4 columns wvery issue, all íor only ojwb >ollak a year. Every Western man should take Dn Tikis. ^ . Bond a postal card íor inducement* to Mtaodben. THS ti*BS, Qltj, Ma Ii you waat o good B' liable Hewey Facer ^ith all ike Dxscrocfs Moatiily * wosrrnisir «i great miatotke. - u,..,— , - — — iv t ViJUiK« Ds- f ot \,-y bci tiiis la •; i,>r ü s £Tt£« entejpvifieODd fes ' tp. f/tv.'Wii, fo U.*i mcli department is jr v. L..i in itífrif. Iü T) >.~v oric^t's y>a%. il V-iai'Mit."* 1 ^5 Oi.í, AU■ • v Xtr© KOXUaO- ' ^ it i«.« ir-ú "tb'V. for tfc-: rrhc s ZáraV.j....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 January 1889

iirtrmwiu i >' 1 pes ;crnt. fJL VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS,THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1889. NO. 14 GEBLACH BROTHERS. (MEALEES IK GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GeAin and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS W# handle 3Flour and Grain by Gar Load* lots and are prepared to give you Low Figures. SirORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRÍC1S FOREIGN SUBSTANCES. No Country Town can Duplicate our prior * OANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. BIG SPECIAL SALES! At chambers & hays, FOB THE NEXT 30 DATS! UfiTM a In order to make room for our New Sprint Stock We have 150 Goats and Vests coin at from $1.00 to $8.00 each. PANTS and Full Suits tüe same in proportion. Good Merrimac Calicoes, 15,17 and 20 yards for ONE DOLLAR! Cull and examino our Stock before the time expires ctftd'■ Be Convinced! CANADIAN, Main Street, TEXAS. How Tlx®y Mmj Travel ThCtfdafli lb# If t> man Body For a Long Tiim\ Few peo'píe ato ai ware haw far for eign substantia travel in tlu human body or how íatrg thó* mraj remain there without th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 January 1889

£239 m ! 'i" ' MM M k * - } ** * THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. TBEEKAV B. HOLES, Sditoi ft íbVí publishltd evbey thursdat at CAN ADIAN. - TEXAS. — ^ __ __^—***• THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily News. congressional. Iff the Senate on the 21st a bill passed granting the right of way across the Fort Hayes (Kan.) military reservation to the Omaha Fort Dodge & Southern railway. The Tariff bill was then further considered until ad- journment.... In the House a joint resolution was introduced requesting the President to open negotiations with Mexico for the cession of Lower California. A spirit of filibustering was developed by several members, when Mr. Warner (Mo.) withdrew his motion to suspend the rules and pass the Oklahoma bill and moved that a final vote be taken on the bill at four o'clock Thursday. The motion was finally adopted. A bill was passed authorizing the five civilized nations of Indians to lease lands within their boundaries for mining purposes, and the House adjourn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 January 1889

mm*#* - * [# i y i > I l i • * / THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ZBEBHUUr E. KZLLES, Editor * Pnb'fi PUBLISHED EVER? THURSDAY AT CANTAD IATST, - TEXAS. ALEC YEATON'S SON. gloucester august, 1730. The wind it wailed, the wind it moaned, And the white caps flecked the sea **An' I would to God," the skipper groaned, kI had not my boy with ma!" 4t1 Snug in the stern-sheets, little John Laughed as the scud swept by; But the skiDper's sunburnt cheek grew wan As he watched the wicked sky. ** Would he were at his mother's side l "* And the skipper's eyes were dim. "Good Lord in Heaven, if ill betide, . What would become of him? *• For me—my muscles are as steel, For me let hap what may; ^ t ) I might make shift upon the keel < Until the break o' day. 14 But he, he is so weak and small, \ So young, scarce learned to stand— O pitying Father of us all, I trust him in Thy hand! - ? For Thou, who markest from on high * A sparrow's fall—each one !— Surely, O Lord, Thou'lt have an eye On Alec Yeaton'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 January 1889

± IIHOCSITIC JOVBVAL. _ tlichcá erery Thursday Morning «• euiiiu, Hemphill eeuatj, Texie. fREttAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. •i it the Port 0«ee at Caaadiaa tmii u Mtiid dm mattsr. Tium 07 SuBScnime*: One Tear, in adraace, $1.10. Six Heaths, " t100' Three Meaths, '* • £0 it#. •iagls Copy, * " n " ADVERTISEMENTS. AáTcrtiicmcatawillheinicrtc* 1ft en? at the rate of fl.00 per in.h per Sntb. Liberal diieeuntt will be (j¡B large and leag tine adTertlaementt. ¿ocal notice aad ether matter «a* rl- fbed ameig live reading «at!er willbe >rted at the rate of 10 cent* per line the firet insertioniand 5 cents per line each succeeding insertion. • raigal notices will be inserted at tlie féof It cents per liae for the first Jnser- nand 10 ceata per line ior each infer- ía thereafter. All advertisements, local and reading ijftCice* inserted without special eontrac- «11 be earned until ordered out and durged for accordingly. All bills ara due and payable en the Asi day of every month. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 January 1889

OFFICIAL DIRECTOS Y. I ¿ \T 1 DISTRICT OFFICER#. IT. T. Lanham- ,y ««nitor,—J.hn H. Stephen!. t«?reaen?Airr«,—A H. 11. Talar. Ai*ge,~Vtmk WillU. Dktriet AtUraej,—W. H. Wooisiaa. Aienlei Clerk,—J. B. Hepkmi. HocaJ ¡garügrayhM Get voo r Job Printing done at the Crrscjent office. Wo can maKe jou kecai Iteras Calculated to Af «se j happy nv¡\ save you money. We Instruct amé Xalvtala ear Reader*. I 1 guarantee satisfaction. From all present indications the ! CGUHTT OFFlCEItS. JMge, K. S. Folly i nhtriif aad Tax Collector, T. T. McOee I *0?uty Sheriff, A. X. Tar bill erk, J F. Hopkins Treasurer, J. J. Gerlach Attoraey, W. 8. Darker Accessor, R. C. Nail Sarrerer, W. H. H. Cuaningbgam COMMISSIONERS. mm Dietriet, David Far Stmná * Wm. ltickard ird * J. C. Turner ranrth * William Grao SCHOOL OFFICERS. Jam at Goodwin, B. Lengley aad .T. W Qnnningham ara county Kxamiaers lor Ha p hlli coanty. W. B, Crabtrec, X W, Harrington and J. 7. Sutherland ara school trastees of (Rotrict number 1. It Taken...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 January 1889

mm • **- THE NEW NAVY. Buy Enough to BuiiU 8hfps Hut Hard to Obtain Heavy Guns. Washington, Jan. 26.—In its report upon the Naval Appropriation bill the House Committee oa Naval Affairs sum- mar zes the presant condition ami future prospecta of the navy of this country, saying: "With regard to a new navy, Congress seems to have sett'e i upon a po.icy of approp iating toward its con- struction about $6 OUO.OOO per annum. Your committee believe that this will fouild up a navy as fast as prudence dic- tates. Our Navy Department and our ship build.ng are utilizing, as far as may be, by every means in their power, the knowledge acquired from the costly ex- perience of other nations but they must acquire experience < f their own. Too great haste on the part of the Government would inevitably result in confusion and waste and most probably in combina- tion instead of competition among ship builders. Besides it would be an easy mat«er in this country to build shins more rap:diy than we c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 January 1889

WASHBURN FOR SENATOR. i; 1 I HISTORY OF A SONG. Thi Bribery Charges Disregarded and Washburn Cl&osen Senator For Minne- sota, St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 24.—The Senate of the Legislature has disregarded the re- port of the investigating committee, in which charges of bribery in the Repub- lican caucus were made, and voted for United States Senator as follows: Wash- burn, caucus nominee, 24; E. K. Wilson,. 2; Kuute Nelson, 1. The House committee on investigation presented its report. It states that while several persons were offered money or other things of value by over-zealous friends of the candidates, there was no evidence in any way implicating either General Washburn or Senator Sabin, nor was any member of either branch of the Legisla- ture shown to have received any money or other bribe. The report was accepted after a lively debate and the roll was then called for the election of United State3 Senator. The ballot resulted: W. D. Washburn, 30; E. A. LMirant, Democrat, 9; C. M. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 31 January 1889

i II j I { t '1 í \ THE KANSAS CITY TIES, tfSS THE QltEAT POLLAS WESKLT, Tub Kansas Crrr * read by moro yeopk thta any oüior papar published. w*J. c#; «auAe U bo&te* repróbenla th« moot Woat than auy ofcuar pape*. I« J* toe loado* ia tho Oklalioia* movoiaoat anü m o very thing Vóafc l*anortfc* tlio MTsaí. Jt i# tiif largos. wookíy u*w*pa$>ec nuMwI'od i tbft world, boing 12 pa®oe, colunias ovary issue, all íor <**lj <*** DOii/Jt a year. gáT Kvwy wsea abort* take Tra Timm. Sead a postal oard for iudacoetoats lo snbserib . m Xtoasa C?Sy, Mol OKLY $3.10 FOH THE CBESCEST A 2£ast¿Iy KagaciMe good Reliable StWty íamr with atltfee 1 A VO i>í?rruL FU«LÍCA?50X. \ .V . r v I .- .. ^ W ■•' A V < í ... * .- .V \i.'* í • • • l 5 ' y • . •*- i J"í '.yj , V 'f • * i * [| ^ '• * \TÍ c ífj r f ii '-' í' I 7 ¿V->v- ' ^4*Tr,?'^ j Vi«r ww c*e c^oasa^s scuTBitr ' v ; : . j 4o b-? r. *>«> Tfcia U Agreat mieteka. ^ 5t er * si* b'KvrJj a. «*«>«># tHa -.-n $*¿jxieer p**~ T, ...

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