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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 February 1889

wOL. II NO. 15 MISUSE QF FIRE-ARMS. GERLACH BROTHERS. (BEALERS DÍ Í I i« fl I | * 4 I Si f) if % I i f 1 1 GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GkAin and Flouk, BOOTS, SHOES AOT HATS, OUTFITTERS W« handio Flour and Grain by Gar Load lota and are prepared to ffive you f.ftw Fi?ires. 3SF0R2 BUYING- Elsewhere Call & GIT PRI£1S No Country Town can Duplicate our prict' OANADBAPL - TEEA& IQ SPECIAL SALES i ;l£ CHAMBERS & HAYS, FOB TEE HEXT SO BAYS! S w7 „ m o ©EL© ^PJl IT! in order to make room for our lew Sprinsr Stock We have 150 Goats and Vosts s?cino*at from «1.00 to *3.00 each. PARTS and Full Suits íñe same in proportion. Good Merrimac Calicoes, 15, 17 and %0 yavdtf for ONE BULLAE! Call and examine, oar stock btforz thi time, expires and lie Convinced! 0AWABIA1", Main Street, TEXAS THE FAY HOTEL. A EAR THE RAILROAD DEPOT- I). FAY. Proprietor. JLates, par day, : : $1.50 Tables Supplied with ¡he Bast of the Market. Aft Pari.ioo wiii find superior accommodations at this comtaodioue ¿tad ele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 February 1889

?T5 ' I w~Y\~ * y* r*— ■ j* -3 mm u I i I \ i i x M THE CANADIAN CKJSSCJ£rtT: VBETMAH E. XUL£X, Editor ft Futo' published evert thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS# THE WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. Ik the Senate on the 28th a petition was presented from citizens of New Mexico against its admission as a State . The credentials of Senator-eleot Butler (S. C.) were presented. A bill for the construction of bridges across the Missouri river near Leavenworth, Kan.f and Kansas City. Mo., passed. The Army Nurses Pension bill also passed. It allows a pension of *25 per month to women nurses dur- ing the war (under certain conditions and lim- itations). The Diplomatic bill was then taken up and Senator Gibson's amendment to insert the word 4'Ambassadors'1 instead of "Ministers Extraordinary," etc., as applied to France, Great Britain, Germany and Russia was under discussion until adjournment....In the House the Senate bill passed increasing the pension of soldiers or s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 February 1889

T ~ ruirnm^*" I' ¿r * ■ i v r I * 1 i Jr m fT really was not my design To send you, dear, a valentine, But since it seems the thing to do Til weave a rhyme* sweet one,for you. I shall not say your soft blue eyes Outshine the azure of the skies, I snail not say your peachy cheek Shames every simile I seek. I shall not institute a choice Between the birds and your sweet voice. Nor shall I say the " scarlette redde " Of your sweet lips quite turns my head. I shall not say the tint so rare, That lights your clustering golden hair, Seems but a crowning aureole To mark your true and noble souL I shall not say a thousand things, That every lover fondly sings, I shall not dwell upon the theme So old—so new—Love's happy dream. But could I find some new sweet word To tell you how my heart is stirred!— Yet, dearest, do I need to tell What you already know so well? «—Elizabeth A. Davis, in Good Housekeeping. CUPID'S MISTAKES. Thoy Caused Trouble, but Ended in a Wedding After Ail. % % \ * [Writt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 February 1889

r-. y ¡i *r*tgr <5— *5 * 1 t IjTf §¿r$si* t /***, r> $ " • i sS é' £? 9 vp í> w ti ^ SKMOCEATIC JOfMiL, Hfefelishcd every Thnriday Xornin ni C&aadian, Hemphill cenatr, Texas. E. MILLER, AND PUBLISHER. EDITO?. 1 Entered at tía® Fost 0®ce at Canaája: Tdiii, as second class «atter. TERMS OF Subscription: ©as Tear, ia advance, $l-*0. Six Months, " •!-••• Three Months, '' .íOots. •ingle Copy, 5 List Youit ti advertisements. Advertisements will be inserted ln au aalamns at the rate of $1.00 per to*h í)<r léunth. liberal discounts will be givs.i óq large andleng time advertisements. liocal notice aad other matter itad lehed among live reading matter will b wrtedatthe rate of 10 cents per J in the first insertion and 5 cents per lia ifri each succeeding insertion. Wal notices will bs insertsd at th Ate of 15 cents per liae for the first in*s.-- *au io Ot-u«o U .C I^i %aCU ¿on thereafter. AJI advertisements, local aiul reading hptlces inserted without special conUac^ will be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 February 1889

mgmm >4 Hp f -> . * •i " ■ : > _• • . * * OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. DISTRICT OFFICKK3. • •- I I I j J I v - iman,—ft. W. T. Lsnhaia* tttate senster,—John H.tftephena. KeprcsenUtive,—JL U. 11. Talar. «Badge,—Kraok Willis. Kflstriet AtUraey,—W. H. Wood aa. Bistric; Cisrk.-J. H. napkin*. %cud §HrnQrn$hs. ?*♦«:*] Iiews Calculated to Aiavse 1*6tract aad Entertain our Readers. COÜ2TTY OFFICERS. --—*e, K. E. Fellv j *fcerifTand Tax CeUecter, T. T. McUt-e i Stilly Sheriff, A. M. Tirbiil •rk, J F. Uepkin* Treasurer. Attora^y, Ajsesser, 3arverer. J. J. Gcrl&ch TV. 8. Dtckfr R. C. Nail W. H. H. Cusnínghgfiíu COMMISSIONERS. First District, . flavid £ v fteeend K VFe*. IUcLéPd Third K .T. C. T urner Foarth •• William Ur«oa t SCHOOL OFFICERS. Ja mss Goodwin, E. Leugley aad J. IF j Canningfham are county Hxaminers lor Hemphill county. , ff. B, Crabtree, J. W. Herrington and j J. y. Sutherland sro sekool trastees of daily now. district number 1. TrArm. It Takes Moaey To ran a Newspaper. The ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 February 1889

t I «WMMMmMNtni rwiiiiii i K> A MODIFICATION. . ■ The German Proclamation Fatting For* eigner* Under Martial Law in Samoa ' Withdrawn. Washington, Feb. 2.—The President yesterday sent another S a moan message to Congress. The par phrase of a note to Minister Pendleton is as follows: "Mr. Bayard instructs the Minister of the United States at Berlin to inform the German Govern- ment that advices from Apia state that the German Consul bad declared Germany to be at war with Mataafa and Bamoa to be under martial law. Mr. Bayard informs Minister Pendleton that the Germin Minister at this capital und"r instructions from Prince Bismarck had already acquainted this Government of the declaration of war by Germany against Mataafa and had ac- companied the not fieat on with the state- ment that Germany would of course abide by the agreements with America and En- g and touching Samoa and preserve under all circumsi anees the riguts of this Govern- ment established by treaty. But, in view of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 February 1889

^gp * [t GREAT FIRE IN BUFFALO* RESPECT FOR WOMEN. The Origin of the Check Rower. A chain, stretched across the field and 8eveti or Eight Acres is a rued Over— A Fire- j One of the Queer Phases of American Bor- J anchored, to operate tho mechanism of a man Killed. Buffalo, N. Y.t Feb, 3.—At 2:35 yes- terday morning fire was discovered in the fourth floor of the five-story building owned and in great part occupied by Root & Keating^ wholesale leather dealers, at the corner of Carroll and Wells streets. The ferocity of the wind made it certain that the fire if it got hold would be a dis- astrous one. The building, with frontages of 134 feet on Carroll street and 127 on Wells street, was situated in the heart of the business blocks. It was separated onlj by the breadth of Carroll street from the fireproof Jewett building fronting on Seneca and directly in line with the new der Life. I corn-planter as drawn along, is an idea A <3o7Pn or fifteen vears at^o the that was commonly kn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 February 1889

* i- I y • KANSAS CITY TIES. auiT MM.II nm KxmtM Cm V«bxt Tuua fc rea*, by rtoz* p ople anj «tfeer paper yabUstaad. Wlty? «mm * belter *•pre*ft«e « Wj«t tbtt any o*b«r 9*+**- I i laSB«r U Um OfclahMM MOTaaaaa* ia «vwjrMiúUÍ U t HmSS «be VeeA it u tfao i*** ®*Jy * j* y— **«, *>•*«# uwm SI aoiWBM every iseae, eíl ** «*"? M uofifjA* a ywí. sur Ktory Weetara «w a*w>rt «ate Tew 'üncae. , ___ _ £Mltp«M<wl ** ieiei Minean to •utisoctbecs. , ,, VES TXMB , Cttf, tí*, We will rceire •abscriptioas for nil tie 'eadieg America* aaá fttreigi newspapers and gt*ziaes ftt thi? office at wholesale prices. Ye? can save «oney bj haviag as f«war«i V99t 6ubacripti«n«. . . ..... When yon vtil Job Wa k daa* naaembtr that we have bow aad ar tUUe «¡eeigne for all sefts a«4 r*ry Htylo. aa<i bate new aai etyllah i'Juatfatiaf aver far47 difieren leaáa aa4 prafeeeiena We ' • ag tetovaetwi parties * e«& <# ':\W¿M f*T Ut«a*A!7^ ¿I 00- 13 WEBS 'í'fce POLIOS! 0&ZSTT1Í will be mailed, securely ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 February 1889

' i ■" 3Ü ~ - • * íÉS msm&ertn llMi .-*■'> i, "t .: :.¿rt V. .. M J#:.?" -'***¿1. " "... ; >v. ~J£ - ' / É3^Í3M ?OI CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1889. NO. 16 rXTVTT > ACH BROTHERS. (D2AXEES¡K GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GrAin and Flour, TABULATED STATEMENT, IT""LI uomto^ T^r*. OUTFITTERS We handle Florar and ©rain by Car Load Iota and are prepared tosive you low Fibres. SSFORE SWING Elsewhere Call & GET PEI® OF THE Assets, Expenditures and indebtedness of Hemphill CovTiby, Texas- for the Quarter endin / February, 11th. IS80- JDE? FÜID, FIRST CLASS. DR. To a art io b rinds of Treasurer beginning of Q*r, $152 99 To Amount Received during Quarter. - 91 2ií By Amount psid out duriag Quarte**, - By C*mHai¡ssions%, - - - Ür Amauat u Bal^ice, CR. 250 60 8 03 * 65 A o Country Town can Duplicate out p/ict' CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS Bid SPECIAL SALES! At CHAM BEHS & HAYS, FOE THE NEXT 89 BAYS! Balance. 244 18 244 28 ie balance registered Iadebteduss daa b/ihis fvntf, 345 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 February 1889

"tv .. ' t-'Á - - ri. ;v<" r< ■ a>M m m ■ . ÍT- 'V-* Sgi íí"*9S" ■ rr. ■V> fB THE CANADIAN CKJSSCJSNT, rBEEMAH E. MILLER, Edito* ft Pub' PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WOULD AT LARGE. pnrnmery of the Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. In th«* Senate on the 4th the credentials of Senator Manderson, of Nebraska, were pre- sented. Senator Evarts presented the report of the co-nmittee and evraence in the Texas election in /estigation. The bill declaring trusts unlawful vras taken up and after some debate it was laid aside and the Union Pacific Funding bill called up and discussed until adjournment. When the House met Mr. Payson (111.) com- menced filibustering against the Union Pacific "Funding bill. Several conference reports were offered as questions of privilege. The evening session was taken up in the consideration of bills reported from the Committee on Indian Affairs. In the Senate on the 5th the Oklahoma bill was received from the House. Senator Piatt move...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 February 1889

n'-« . *3 ft? p í t; dM£~ IT . THE CANADIAN CRESCENT, ■ • — TBBEKAH E. MIX.Z.EB, Editor * PuVt HTBLISHED EVER? THCRSDAT AT CAISTADIAISr. - TEXAS THE BOY NEXT DOOR. Yells that brought to mind the savage In his war-paint all alert! Balds that oft recalled the ravage Of some border-land expert! Hangings on to trees and fences, In his efforts to explore; Startling to a body*3 senses Was the little boy next door! If a window pane was shattered, Or a missile cleaved the air; If the street's repose was scattered- Heads out peeping, everywhere- Little need for explanation, All had happened oft before; Mite of terror and vexation Was that little boy next doort Cats and dogs, by Intuition, Knew of his approach, and fled; Jaunty was the hat's position On his roguish, curly head, As with bearing independent He would bound the crossings o'er; With good nature all resplendent Was the little boy next door. Brave, chivalric and respectful To the old who came his way, With a sympathy regretful Towar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 February 1889

: . \ •• . -.i*- . T1 • - - v .-^3^? •••■ • " -t '■"■:5: %'. •«1 : :'"' ,i: ¿ -r- \ ,:. •■ . . • * i . *•' ■MITSffPffi *• 1'ñi'irs-a % ■■■■ ■ .. £K ® % r •-;•*' -* • > * v D 1 \ v.. - # \ * f . ^anadian (¿TCMfeut TfT Texas Lands. A DEMOCRATIC dOZKVÁh, PttMishcd every Tknrsoaj ^orsio^ at Canadian, Hemphill oouatv, Texa*. fKEHM!. E. MIUtR, EDIT BP. and pubushir. at fta Post Office at Canadian Texas. as seeoad class matter. Teams op Scbjcuiptioh: ©a Year, in advance, $1.50. Si* Menths, " «•«• Three Months, %t .50cts. iSin^le Copy, ^ The Laws and Bales oí their Puxchsse how LANDS MAY BE ACQUIRED from THE STATE. OH, YES! OH YES! As we fcfivo constant inquiries from those who are seekiag to pur cbsse a homestead oat ef otir pnb- 1 íei lauds we reply once for *11, that you ií«a buy aot Its* than ICO acres, ! or 320, 4S0, or 640, but no more, ! unirse you select purely graxing ! laud without permanent walei aad I not adapted to agriculture, of this pasture I* d yo« caa buy cot to ex- cee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 February 1889

nr ' « • ,:'4v3'^ v-.:, ¿ASÍ?; m :Jg?SSv H giHgl - • • liSM ; H V wsm mm* ;/• w V'*#-. m&m - W:m " --' -: ,x- — J**y -T- - - •" , OFFICIAL DIHBÜTOBT. K -w" ñ\ - ftl# TiS^ fe DISTRICT OFWCBRi. a - if i fi KM FU B I i 4 i I, I h W. T. Laahaar $Ut* iewt :,—J©ha H. tftepbecs. RiwesentaHvt,-—A. II. M. Tolar. J&ige,-—Frank Will!*. Btttrlot Attorney,—*. XI. Wco4*a* Dktricó Clork.—V. H. Ro©k:na. jfoa*/ $xragrsphs Load Items Cédc-ulate^! ti* Aukíc> lastrad Md Ba^firt(t*ü our Road** * I Did rou get a Valeoti^o? School Books at Stacd. w IIOL SE JO R C'S*T: —A poly at «. * J I t is ofíiee. R^v. Cooper preatbed sit the school house last Sunday. I* resh htcid-ni . I' Caudle* at Mod U 's Now -Stan \. Piext Sunday [5 Rov. Dsdson's regular appointment G tv. V For a spleadid meal go to Will I Bretrei 's Re&tsnraat. SCHOOL OFFICERS . I v% ^ Jr.wts Ooo<ivr:n. E. Lonjley aod J. W j "• Veatch makes a specialty Coaninjjhara are count? JSxaminers for of Garden S?eds i a bulk. Hemphill cou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 February 1889

wSBM su T7 T.ñ 1 í í \ \ fei ti ?7-r i1í * 1¡F fe* 5 ': ' : ' ■" ; ••, . -v; * v >« -v- ; ??« ■f'p if - ? v - • ■ V • • " "; •- •• - V :'• ,i ■ V< : '• ♦ * ^ . ; V- ' • ' . •• • - ■■ i ' " :'íi -• . • ; ¿-A.? ' ' •'.le ^ '7^- > •* - I* íi- "• i ... . *S r * S p Ü |Í & ¥5# S'S W" f'V ■ - V *.e >' • -7* ' '• j'-fe t ? sal as&t* *■' tMSl •Wat I " iras /".ir. V-' mmmm •V l*i* Hv :v •- • $ gwg * -*■ ."iiríS#í\Jí . SISBwH r-ír£ •--X:"V*-*%t Ei *■ TllE OKLAHOMA BILL. Provisions of the Springer Bill Passed by the House. How the Lands Are to Be Opened For Set- tlement—Sections Reserved For School Purposes—A Commission to Be Appointed. Following is the Springer Oklahoma bill which has passed the House of Repre- sentatives and now awaits the action of the Senate: A bill to organize the Territory of Oklahoma, and for other purposes. Jie it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre- sentatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled: Section 1. That all that part...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 February 1889

* , mmm— : ■ - aaw. p A —iü * *#? ~—: 1 "*' "*'• / • ' ' ". > \ - • — -* t •, ■ • - . • :■ * ' #- V - - - ,« - . *■ ■ ■ IK lv:> THE TRUSTS REBUKED. Tfce Dangers of LimitiRg Competition by Prohibitive Tariffs. In the decision of Judge Barrett we have a warning which all of the tariff- pampered trusts must heed. The ar- ticles for the formation of the sugar trust were drawn by an eminent law- yer, and, while all the great trusts do aot conform strictly to these articles, it is still true that if, on an appeal to the court of last resort, the decision is against them, an effective check will be imposed upon the usurpations of the trusts, and their power for wide- spread evil will be destroyed. The reason for the greater efficacy of the courts in such matters is found in the fact that most of these evils arise from special or class legislation. Among the railroads we find extra- ordinary charters and privileges in- consistent with public welfare and contrary to our constitutions. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 February 1889

:A - &5-U'-rC\5rf- heT $3.10 FOE THE CEESCEHT II roa a good E^Ho-tt® Jieway with ~Hik« m ,* ■ ás m M . r* *Y *¿ * - > , - ... -¿ ' * . * > , * • • ••' "* r.v -9 , v a > . / ,*■* / • u v.n . • ^• . a. , k y- ^ ?•- OOBAT DOLLtlB VKIII Cm vxskxt tntfjb to tar more peo pi# la tbe Went than Imptptr pubLUIiod- Wby? Se- ll better represante Ü* Groe¿ West tbAB any other p*i?er. II 10 tíw 1 iiifciT ta Ibe (ttl&hosaft mo?(Great emú \ tiirmwmyliúiiQ t4i*S tit* Weet. UiittM We*ftt V«ekiy &*v«pa4>e* n'vMIM 1 th% irarid, buing 13 ii flotBmitf tt«7 iflaiu, la* caaiy oai DaBAibK a jvmt. Smj Veafcarn BÍ«B «frutó Me l • poaCnlaMd ft toilc wftl to «nUjwjWM. Tnn*¡ We will rceiTO subscriptions for ai¿tte?eadiftfir Asaericaa amd fereig* Uivipspcri fi.n«i at this otfee at wholesale pricca. Ye? caa sate BODiT by &a forward vaar luWcriptiea* Whea you vui Job W**k 4* * ^auobir that wo have aaw amd ar- tiatle deaigo* for all ««rta aad eYfrry *rle. a*d ka** u«w amd alyilah «at iUm*t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 February 1889

1 i ar « ^^fn'WT'rr *11111111 ■ ■ *BE¿, M --•■ ' I^Vf S-i ?^P f U T attabian tos -SlE&S,. se mt. *: •'* o r> *• 1 / I í- I! - \ iW* r II f £& $ VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, NO. 17 GERLACH BROTHERS. (MIT.™ IK GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GrAin and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS ft handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to give you low Fisuras. 3SF0RS BBYIN8 Elsewhere foil & GIT PKIC1S TABULATED STATEMENT, OF THE Assets, Expenditures and indebtedness of Hemphill Covnly, Texas, for the Quarter ending February, llth< 1889■ JUEY FUKD FIRST CLASS. DR. To am't in kanás of Treneuror beginning ®f Q'r, $152 !)9 To Amount iíaceivcd"xláriug Quarter. - 91 29 Bj Awoant p&id eat «luring Quarter, Kj Commission , _ _ - Br Aaceant t® Balnnoe, - - CR. 230 «0 8 03 i 65 244 26 lNo Country Town can Duplicate out price' canadian, ... texas. G SPECIAL SALES! At CHAMBERS & HAYS, FOX THE HEX? 80 DAYS! Balance, 144 23 To balance registered Indebtednes duo by this fund...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 February 1889

wmmm: m ' . i ii- aeWBer íaaK$iEM«fir' MMMIPW' ;- --3~' Ü¿ - • .#£*«£ ~W'* -TWT ■ r-f m 4 i^.vtsi?f- - -; V ; . - '• • • • ■:'v • ? • -.' ' - ' ' '- r * . ..P?"l * i4 ■«£ ••-: J U. i- M - - ¡i Li w 1 H£ CANADIAN CKJSSCJSNT. fBEEXAV S. MIILEB, Editor ft Pub's PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. The credentials of Senator Coke (Texas) ■were presented in the Senate on the 11th, and after the presentation of a petition from Indian residents of Hampton. Va., for a reform in the system of issuing rations to students at Indian schools, the Senate went into executive session. When the deors were opened the Naval Appro- priation bill was taken up and an amendment adopted providing for two new steel ccuisers or gunboats in addition to those already pro- vided for in the bill. Pending further consider- ation the Senate adjourned The House in- sisted on its amendments to the Direct Tax bill and a conference was ordered. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 February 1889

■ V m¿ y' •' :•= ;tv- v THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. X-!' > !l li V f r I" H i * 1 m !« ■¡SSllSS i , fSEEXAV E. VULSB, Editor ft Pub's PUBLISHED EVER* THURSDAY AT CATvTAr>TA~N\> - TEXAS if ■ r-«i ■ POMPEY'S WOOING. 44 Massa Frank, duz yo* remember, "When yo* co'ted Miss Purdee, Down bclo* de ole plantation, Clus beside de big Santee! How we'd steal old massa's bosses In de night, an* ride away, An11 watched and waited fo' yo* Untwil nigh de break ob day? •• Massa Frank, Tse got in trouble; Me an* Polly's had a fuss, An' I thought I'd come and see if Yo'd jest write for me a vuss; Jest explainm' unto Polly DatTse feelin* wuss'an sin, An* I hopes dat she'll forgive me, An' will try me onct ag'in. Say de rosebush am a-climin* All aroun' my cabin do', An' de buds am 'gin to open All dere putty leaves onct mo'; But I takes no satisfaction Now in gazin* at de sight, For fair Polly's face am hidden Like de stars by clouds at night. *" Say de mockin* bird am singin' In de trees above my ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 February 1889

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Publication Title: Canadian Crescent, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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