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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 July 1889

—M 5 Canadian free $tm. W. S. DECKEB & CO., Publishers. CANADIAN, President Cabnot, of France, is not a great orator, but he writes a strong speech and delivers it effectively. t Joe Howard says the majority of the rich men of New York city are not educated, bnt their faculties are sharp- ened on the lines of money getting. Their principal amusement outside of business is in devotion to horse flesh. Count Ladislaus Plater, one of the last surviving Polish combatants of 1830, died on the 23d of April, at Kapperswyl, near Zurich, where he had converted his house into a kind of Polish museum. He took part also in the rising of 1863. Algernon Charles Swinburne has been asked to write a poem on the Prince Henry of Batten berg's latest baby. This looks as though Swinburne would succeed Tennyson as poet laureate. Ex-Senator Palmer, of Michigan, who goes to Spain as United States minister, said he would rather "grub sage brush on my farm near Detroit than live in the castles of Spain an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 July 1889

HBBhí «Sf ~i^tí§£*V- i sí S¿ í᧠.,, v ¿ — : mu: Kí¿. fc£t?- V> Ep¿ gp ÉSí GENERAL TEXAS LAWS PASSED AT RVCULAR SESSION Of the Twenty-First Legislature Convened at the City of Austin, Jan. 8,1889, and Adjourned April 6. 1889. [Note.—Publication of these law* will continue from week to week until completed.] Amendments to Revised Civil Stat- utes. to Emer- CITIE8 AND TOWNS. Bee. 1. Amends Revised Statutes, Article 486, u publication of ordinances. Bee. gency clause. Chapter. 6. [S. H. B. No. 15.] An act to &mend Article 486 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Texas. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legis- lature of the state of Texas: That Article 486 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Texas be so amended as hereafter to read as follows: Article 486. Every ordinance imposing any penalty, fine, imprisonment, or for- feiture shall, after the passage thereof, be published in every issue of the official paper for ten days; if the official paper be published weekly, the pub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 July 1889

ÍWPÍÍISÍRP ; . ñ~rn—=r*üi ■ ■ . -ü? .iflji.w t —.—rr !^«.«-!., .■-' V1-. j- .n'ji" j *y. y. :■? J' Jr'.'jl Jjfi. r'.i'JUW.. ■ •;• . KMMrMHf***! K F¿ :V * ' BeT" &y' I sf*f£r Canadian Free Press, thk official organ of hemphill county. Vi l, Decker Editar. •1.60 per year; SI for six months. 8trictly in advance. PUBL18IIED every friday at canadian, texas. Entered at the Postoflice at Canadian as second-class matter. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judge. Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Clerk, - Treniiirer. County Attorney, Justice of the Pence iueuor. Surveyor, E. K. Polly T. T. McCoo A. M. Tarblli J. II. Hopkins J. J. Gerlncli NcJse Pect K.C.Nnll W. ii. H. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. Flnit Dintrict, Second District, Third District, Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorn* y. Dnvfd Fay - Win. Hickard J. C. Turner Wiiiinm Grooms Frank Willis f. E. Milk r TERMS OF COURT: County Court, Tor both ciril and criminal business, first Monday In February, May, August and November, and may remain in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 12 July 1889

CAN NO d O vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Fhiday July 12,1889. ex-county surveyor I- THE FANHANDLE. A JOURNEY THROUGH A PABT OP THE PANHANDLE. thin# is id readiness to receive them. AH the above goes to show what we can expect of the Panhandle when men of money and practical ideas come among us. The people who live in the towns and do not go into the country have no idea the way the Panhandle is settling up and the class of citizens that are settling it. The writer had occasion last week to take a trip into Gray county, and whiíetlrfere accepted Mr. A.J. Jasper's kind invitation to stop and visit him. Mr. Jasper ami two sons came up from llillsboro. in Hill county. Texas, last March, selected a section of land most of which is 011 the plains, built a two-story cottagerand went to work. While Mr. Jasper has not farmed for 10 years, he was wfierc a younger man a very successful! farmer in northern Texas. Ile^ is a practical one, a man of 'good, corrffnon sense, and is showi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 12 July 1889

m -1 Rr 7s ?• ■ 6^ [si: t- Canadian ¿m §w$. W. 8. DECKER * CO,, Publisher . canadian, texas King Tamesese of Samoa gets only |20 a week salary. The Hon. Thos. F. Rayard is in of- fice again as a commissioner to settle the .Delaware-Maryland boundary question. City Treasurer Henry Wolforb of Louisville, Ky.,born in Philadelphia eighty-three years ago, has been half his life in office. A young minister "away down In Maine" introduced Mrs. Mary Liver- more to an audience the other even- ing as the "Grand Old Woman;" and still lives. A gold .crown worth $25,000 has been sent to„-"Vienna by the Austro- Hungarians of Buenos Ayres. It is to be placed on the- coffin of the late Crown Prince Rudolph. John Burroughs, the author, has not eaten moat for three years. He finds that his nerves are much steadier than they used to be, and that he needs less physical exercise. The late William H. Harding of Philadelphia, although less than 59 years olfl, had for thirty-four years been publisher of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 12 July 1889

•-- ;^,*¿K¿sí-SfSBKfiaifcjE- - / FARMERS IN SESSION Representative Fármers to Con- vene In Montgomery, Ala. "RECIFE IDS PEOTECTIU& PLAITS FROM CUTWORMS Peas Inferior to Sorghum M Formge—The Cultivation of Root Crops—Smiting the Cows—Weeds In Pastares. Representative Farmers. ' On the 20th of August ensuing the Inter- state Fanners' association will meet in Montgomery, Ala., for an important ses- sion. This body, which was organized at Atlanta, Ga., in August, 1887, is composed of representatives from Alabama, Arkan- sas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Missis- sippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Texas. These representatives (five or more from each eongressional district) are appointed by the vice-presidents of the states respectively. The vice-presidents are: R. F* Kolb, Montgomery, Ala.; L. P. Featherston, Forest City, Ark.; J. T. Petterzen, Pensa- eola, Fla.; John P. Fort, Mount Airy, Ga.; John Dymond, Bellair, La.; J. T. Henry, Greenwood, Miss.; Eisas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 12 July 1889

ti-" ife i. _ Bag" fSgx Wftr- • > ( m Si m si- m má Canadian Free Press, THK OFFICIAL OKGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. Vi S. Decker Editor. •1.60 PER YEAR*, $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVEItY FKIDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judjrc, K. E. Poll, Shrriff, T. T. McC.pe Deputj Sheriff, ... A.M.TairblH Clerk, J. II. Hopkins Tre Hiir«*r. - - - - J. J. Gerliieli County Attorney, ... Justice of the Peace. - - NelsePeet Assessor.' ..... lt.C.Null 8urvejor, - - W. H.II. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. First District, Second District, Thlnl District, Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorney, David Fny . Wm. Kicknrri j. c. Turner Wiliiam Grooms Frank Willis F. F.. Miller TERMS OF CO CRT: County Court, Tor lioth civil and criininai business, first Monday in February, May, August and November, and muy remain in session three weeks. Itegular terms of the Commissioner's Court second Mondays in Feb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 July 1889

msm s¿ígg v.' ■ CAN ADi AN#f REE#PRESS. 3l®i V Vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County. Texas, Friday, July 19,1889. NO 51 - 5s : II M. J #: HOMES IN TEXAS What the Settler Has Before Him and the Ease WITH WHIOH HE MAY SEOTJBE The Very Best of Lands at Mout ileanonable Rates — Thirty- Four Million Acres on Almost JLny Terms. Every newspaper in Texas should print, especially just at this time, the following from State Land Commis sioner Hall: Just at this time, when the eyes of the Union aie directed to Oklahoma and landless multitudes are astir, a rare opportunity is given for effective action on the part of the press and people of our state. The tide now beginning to flow southwest- ward should not cease nor lessen in volume, until Texas is the moat popu- lous of all the states. Offering as she does inducements nnknown and impos- sible elsewhere, I feel sure that noth- ing is necessary but right now to in- form the restless what Texas is and what she offers to secure wonderful and immedi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 July 1889

SpKE k.'-T. kP 'i . CANADIAN, m wm ;'v ~ SI Canadian free $tm. W. S. DECKEB A CO., Publisher!. This little prayer beginning "now I lay me^down to sleep" was written by John Sogers, the martyr. Prince Bismarck now devotes a great deal of time to playing solitaire. This was a favorite game of Napoleon George W. Smaller says Consul- General New, can easily save $10,000 from the fees of his London office in four years. Qüeen Victoria still has her boots made in the old-fashioned way—elastic sides, soft kid uppers, pointed toe-caps, and low heels. Tiie Countess Crosy of the old nobil- ity of Austria has gone on the road with her circus troupe. She will take it to Paris before the exposition closes. M- Carnot, president of the French republic, in his youth served a regular apprenticeship in a carpenter's shop, and is a clever craftsman at that trade. Henry W. Sage of Ithaca, N. Y.t has just made another donation of $300- 000 for the endowment of a library for Cornell university, this last...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 July 1889

i i \t m - POLICE EQUIPMENT iiiitost Devices for the Capture *tn<l Detention of Criminals. Handy Implements. long, which effectually keeps the hands apart. Some time ago getting out of hand csffg was a oommon 'manifestation' with sooalled spiritual mediums. The trick was done by introducing a piece of quill shaved down fine between the ratchet and the bolt. Bj striking a number of blows with the steel bow of the cuff against some hard substance the bow is made to jump the ratchets sufficiently to free the hands. This, however, we have got over by means of a double lock which is warranted to defy the efforts or the spiritual friends of Mme. Dis Debar herself. "There is another variety of handcuff, where there are three cuffs instead of two. They ire mainly used by sheriffs in trans- porting prisoners by rail, the third cuff be- Vag fastened to the arm of the car seat. Sometimes three prisonere are shackled to- gether with them, when they are in such an awkward position that runnin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 July 1889

>TP m t.-: rs- ¿>- £§ 5v ^ *> - *' ty*-- Canadian Free Press, tbs official organ of county. HEMPHILL V. S. Seeker Editor. •1.60 per tear; 81 for six months. strictly in advance. published every friday at canadian. texas. Entered at tbe Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judge, Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Clerk, - - Treasurer. County Attorney, Justice of the Peace Assessor. Surveyor, E. E. Polly T. T. McGee A. M. Tarblli J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gerlach w. First District, Second District, Third District. Fourth District, Noise Peet K. ('.Nail H.H. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. David Fay . Wm. Klckard District Judge, District Attorney. J. C. Turner William Grooms Frank Willie F. E. Miller TERMS OF COURT: County Court, for both civil and crimina1 business, first Monday in February, May August and November, and may remain in session three weeks. Regular terms of the Commissioner's Court second Mondays in February, May, August and November. SCHOOL TRUSTE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 July 1889

ÉPÉ- m Vol. 2. .*• tmm^'Zs&fsSsí^jm :l - ■*; .^P -¿3N? ADIAN PRESS. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Friday, July 26,1889. No es BEADY to put up. Time For Fort Worth And Northwest Texas to Organize for Immigration- A Good Deal of Work Can be Done Before the Harvest Excursion*—Advertise the gt&te and Get the People. To the Fort Worth C.azetti. Wichita, Trx., July it, 1399. Pardon the "slang," but in the lan- guage of a Kansas man when his neigh- bor makes a good suggestion, "you liave said something.*7 I refer to your article <*>n "Emigration*1 and your sug- gestion of "Fort Worth and Northwest Texas organizing" and working togeth- er. It wrtaiuly is the thing to «lo and now is tfae tine tobe up and duing. If we want and expect immigration this coming fall and winter we will 33= immm schools only one-half as much to run the schools by local taxation as by subscrip- tion, with this additional advantage, that provision is made in this way for the children of those who ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 July 1889

Rm " - ' 9 • Caiuui^u ¿tre §w&. W. S. L£cfi£R & CO,, Publishers. canadian, texas Teter Laing, who is 104 years of age has just been admitted to church membership at Elgin, Scotland. Miss Kate Dkkxel, the Thiladelphla heiress who has gone into a convent, has been influenced greatly by Tolstoi* novels. Brig.-Gen. Drum, who has just been placed on the retired list, is believed to be the first private soldier that ever attained the rank of brigadier-general in the regular army of the United States. During his sojourn at the Czar'a winter palace the Shah of Pehsia occu- pied rooms magnificently furnished. Decorations of red silk, enormous vases of malachite and doors made of tortoise-shell pleased his oriental taste. Fifteen carriages and forty horses were placed at his disposal. Ho is travel- ing with a retinue of fifty-five persons. According to Today the original Freddy Gebhard was a Dutchman from Amsterdam, who came to New York city in 1800 to act as a drummer for a Dutch gin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 July 1889

<%Éni ■ •- - i • •• fívíSfr Wm m J ON SILK CULTURE. * Wh t Prof. Riley of* the Depart- ment of ABHICÜLTÜBE SAYS 01 THIS HP01TAIT SUBJECT. Cinchona Quinquina, or ths Qnlnlne Bear- la* Tree—Tha Knnzea, a New Fruit. Farm Notas of Interest. The Qnlnlne-Bearing Tree. This tree is a native of the mountainous parts of South America, and is named by botanists Cinchona, from the Countess of Cinchón, the wife of an early Spanish Viceroy of Peru, who first brought some of the bark to Europe in the year 1639. Al- though well known as an article of com- merce, in the form of Peruvian bark and its extracts, no plant3 were raised in Europe until 1946. The plants allied to it, and often met with among exotic plants in greenhouses, as rondoletia, ixoras, bouvardias and gar- denias, are well known. After repeated attempts, fought against by the natives, and plants within the last half ceñ- ir, at a great expense, have been ob- Brancii of cinchona, quinquina, cali- saya. tained by the British Gover...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 July 1889

rf-. -v. ; ^ ;:' ;;'y '•«:: '>/>*< «♦ > ■> mm >M AW) *-?■* ifc ' * ■*- i i :■ ■' . t | mm . MP ■■** Tf'fr * t ¿> 0." ¡S& Canadian Free Press, TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. V, S. Decker Hitar. •1.60 M6K YEAU; 11 FOR SIX MONTHS. 8TBICTLY IN ADVANCE. rCBLWHED EVERY FRIDAY A'J CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at tlie l'ostoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. JIEMI'IIILL COUNT* OFFICERS Judge, F. Polly Cheriff. T.T. McCico Deputy Sheriff, - - - A. M.Tarblli 4'lerk, J. II. Hopkins Tmwrer. - - - - J. J Cjorlncli ■County Atturwy. ... Justice of Hie P«tire - - Nelsc Peet Assessor. • K-O.Nnll Surveyor. - - W. H. H. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. First District. --- - David Fny Second District. • - Wm. ltickard Thinl District. • - - J. C. Turner fteurth District. - - William Grooms Mia. guillen, oí the Washita, was i:. town to-day. Rev. Mr. Carter will fill bis appoint- ment nexi Sunday, both morning and evening. Hon. L. E. Finch lias purchased two of Mose Hays' fine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 August 1889

--vi. 5? - * B ~" 1 • a-' - ^'"' p : - - - - - 18 '■■£j3*mi. VOL. 3. S^S^sS . - - ! ' .':- ES > "•> fPPS r ■■' • V?C^VC':Í'v % • • -- :- PRESS. Canadian, Hemphill County. Texas, Friday, August 2, 1889. No 1 m ! • r- < &v i APALPA. Tbe July bulletin of the Colorado state agricultural station states: " We lielieve alfalfa to l)e tlie "best forage plant for Colorado and the whole arid regions, for the following reasons: 1. It is easy to raise and secure a fine stand of plants, if the soil be put in proper condition. 2. Its staying qual- ities are good, as the oldest fields show no diminution in growth or yield; neither does it kill by winter exposure if given the least care and irrigation at the proper time. 3. The quantity pro- duced by the many cuttings make it much more valuable than the other clovers or grasses. 4. It is as digesti- ble us clover hay, constituent by con- stituent. «5. Its chemical composition shows that it is a rich, strong food when properly cured. 6....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 August 1889

m CANADIAN. TEXAS Senator Payne of Ohio announces that he will not unler any circum- stances be a candidate for re-election to the United States senate. * Five hundred women in Tokio and Yokohama have subscribed to a fund for the purchase of a handsome bible to be presented to the empress of Japan. The president has appointed Charles L. Knapp of New York consul general of the United States at Montreal, and Alexander J. Reed of Wisconsin United State's consul at Dublin. George W. Winans, state superin- tendent of the public schools of Kan- sas, tweaty-one years ago worked as a common laborer in excovating for the foundation of the building in which he now holds an honorable office. For some reason or other references to Saul of Tarsus are very popular in the Massachusetts legislature, and the Boston Herald tells how John Quincy Adams once referred to the great apostle as "the gentleman from Tarsus." Mr. Roe, an English member of parliament, met with a singular ac- cident when enterin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 August 1889

'T' - W ••a: • ' • s 1 fremiti Eihntla if ttt Ml iri (Ira He Lud litter CitfinUn, CROPS aroMiTioi hoi to no? fib, luge fruit. Mess Supply Lily Cultor*. lily Cultor ¿ If being required In the colonies, and 6,83V 885 being available for export, The in- crease in sheep is 3.62 per annum, and at this rate the surplus will not he trenched upon, it is estimated. In 1888 only about one-sixth of this Surplus was exported as frozen meat Vain* of Grass. No system of farming is said to be com- plete that dose not include grass as one of the crops in the rotation. Green grass makes more beef, more milk, more wool and greater growth of young stock than any other food that is allowed, in propor- tion to cost, as it is most plentiful at a sea- son of the year when the demand of the animals for supplying warmth and repair of waste is at its lowest degree, and also because the animals harvest it themselves by grazing. It is the grazing of the grass by the animals that reduces its cost, com- pared wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 August 1889

Em Canadian Free Press, - - the official organ of hemphill county. V, S. Decker Editor. •1.50 PER tear; ?1 for six months. strictly in advance. rUBUSIIED every friday at canadian. texas. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING it ATES. 1 Inch single column, SI,50 per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. Jiocals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Rule work double the rate for locals. Job work at reasonable prices. Hills presented monthlv. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judge. Polly Sheriff. T. T. McGee Depulj Sheriff. , - - • A. M.Tarblli Clerk. .... Trensurer. County Attorney, Justice of the Peace. Assessor. ... Surveyor, LOCAL AND personal,. J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gerlach First District, Second District, Third District, Fourth District, Nelse Peet . - R. C.Nall W. II. H. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. David Fny . Win. Rickard j. C. Turner Wiliiain Grooms District Judge, District Attorney. Frank Wiljis F. E. Miller TERM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 August 1889

mm " v -: - 5PS5?SIP ^:r rsF$g%g&& " - mma :^m --V - ' : Ri«-" Üy E% : I %Z¿<* v-M- V Till >r^a J" VOL. 3. Canadian, Hemphill County. Texas, Friday, August 9, 2889. "* V No á —*■ ONE MAN'S WORK. DEHIEOH SETS AN EXAMPLE TO OTHER TEXAS TOWKS. An article in to-day's tíiizctte, taken from the Boston Herald, shows what work will do for a town, and what one live, wide-awake man fan do when sus- tained by the efforts ami money of his Wichita Falls liifc* succeeded at last in being incorporated. The real estate man is out of town hence no Panhandle excitement in this issue. There have bi'tfn 18,00*? fourth-class postmasters removed since the present party came into power. That is 9,000 more than was removed during same neighbors. Deniscn has taken on a j length of time under the previous ad- liew growth, and Mr. Hice was the ministration. Civil service is in oper- medium through which the people at on now. worked to put the ball in motion. Towns in Texas that expect to grow LO...

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