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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 February 1889

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 February 1889

I'M - r ■' . -W-- ? , ... « ■.. .. ;.:• • t .„-- ; , *• - ls,\ .-, ■• E^m MWSh?Pyffa SSVfk ■', • .>;•■ n •. % :/ S - ' . *$&■ v- '■ K3 [¿ •. K'" . - ? I H: tSMU 6 WÉ .- "jp bc% 3- s - v - & f ' fe * '* ' -: A- SÉ® ?'/ 81 JÜ íT£.3í£L-A V V-' BAYARD'S TRIUMPH. An Episode That Is Entirely Creditable to American Diplomacy. Few points in the policy of the United States are more firmly estab- lished than the desire and intention to remain on friendly terms and to avoid entanglement with the great powers of Europe. In the most emphatic sense of the words, the Republic is Peace, and yet the occurrences of the last two weeks show how readily and how quickly the war feeling can be aroused among the American people under what seems the provocation of an intentional affront to the National dignity. Had the news from Auckland regarding German doings in Samoan waters been confirmed, without any further explanation on the part of Germany, there can be no doubt that within a week some su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 February 1889

m 9. K IP i H ?/ HI m J£ re.*; #' I * STABLE HOBROE. Ninety Horses and a Liveryman Burned to Death. Kansas City Has Another Holocaust of Horseflesh—A Bursting Water Main Paralyses the Fire Depart- ment. ' Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 18.—A roaring furnace 100 ieet square, ninety or more valuable horses in their death agonies adding their unearthly screams of anguish to the hoarse roar and crackle of the flames, one human life lost and the possi- bility of many others, a broken water main and a helpless fire department, showers of •fire falling upon the roofs of innumerable frame dwellings—little wonder is it that a feeling of terror and utter despair spread through the great crowd that gathered at Tenth and Troost avenues at about eleven o'clock last night, attracted by the alarm of fire. The building in flames was the threo story brick livery barn at the southwest corner of Tenth street and Troost avenue. It was a substantial structure, fronting about 100 feet on Troost avenue and Tenth ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 21 February 1889

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 February 1889

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 February 1889

ftwrw t, ••'¡■OT-¡7vj.tifcgnvi WMmEmm PI :«r-' .. Oft "4 f- 0imp** V. [/ THE CANADIAN CK1£S€J£N?; nUEEXAH S. UILLEB, Editor * Fute'U published evert thursday at CAISTADIAN". - TEXAS ■■ THE WOBLD AT LARGE. . Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate on the 18th, after sending a request to the House to return the Direct Tax hill, took up Senator Palmer's concurrent reso- lution thanking the Governor and people of Michigan for the statue of Lewis Cass. After eulogies of General Cass by several Senators the resolutions were adopted unanimously. The credentials of Senator Colquitt for his new term were presented and filed, and Senator CuUom, Trom the Committee on Territories, reported the House Oklahoma bill. A minority report was submitted by Sen- ators Butler and Piatt. The Senate then resumed consideration of the Texas Election resolution, and Senator Coke concluded his re- marks. The Sundry Civil Appropriation bill was reported and the bill to provide for taking the eleven...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 February 1889

1 > • Vi1 fcl 1 íí i I V ¡ If -r - C- , • ✓ :W " • i- -"v ••• .v^ ^ THE SACKVILLE AFFAIR. £$$££? WM ■¿'i$Gí£>: THE CANADIAN CKESCEKT. i, Editor It FuVt published evebí thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS ONWARD—UPWARD, Put out to seal Stand not tamely on the shore; TrembLinfr at the breakers' toar} Bide out beyond the bar. And let the cordage strain To winds upon the open main; Put ont to seal Ride out beyond the bar 1 Never did ship drift aimlessly Held steady to the star. Make yonder height! Stopping not for cliff or crag. Upward I Let tke coward lag, Take yon his scath and scar; Win yonder summit bare, And plant your single standard there! Climb toward the light, Higher than eagles are! But molehill is the dizziest height To eye that's on a star. Climb, hero—sail! Put your manhood to its best. Sail and climb, with mists abreast; Some day you'll gain the haven, Some day the sunlit peak sublime! The victory's yours hi God's good time. Climb, hero—sail] Seven times, and yet times se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 February 1889

sr.; , 1 I ■> Í tm B I :0-~ ;'A< *ESi ' '5 23i? r •; * «8 '/§ ■ -< •>-. V • - . •'/ . : ¡¡¡anadian <£resi¡eut. Texas Lands. ¡OH, YES! OH YES! I A DEMOCRATIC JOÜKNAL, Published «very Thursday Morning at Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. The Laws and Rfeleft of i their Parchase HOW LANDS MAY BE ACQUIRED FROM THE STATE. We are How Prepared TO BUY OR SELL FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription : ©ne Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " $1.06. Three Months, %i • 50cts. Single Copy, 5 ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements will bA Inserted in our columns at the rate of $100 per inch per month. Liberal discount* will he «riven long1 time advertisements. and other matter sand- wiched ainon<r live reading matter will As we have constant inquiries from those who are seeking te pur chase a homestead out of our pub- lic lands we reply once for all, that tyou can buy not less than 100 acres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 February 1889

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ii f I J 4 m i I ¡I j • ii I i i ♦ h , JVJ \ f c f vv I III P DISTRICT OFFICERS. CtegrmmaB.—S. W. T. Lanham* «*le senator,—John IL Stephens. Benresentative,—A. H. 11. Toiar. JnJge,—Frank Willi . JHstriot Attorney,—W. H. Woodman- District Clerk,-4í. 11. Hopkins. * COUNTY OFFICERS. É. Polly üherifFand Tax Collector, í. T¿ MeGee J>eputy Sheri/1* A. M. Ttti'bUI Clerk,' J- F. Hopkins Treasurer, J. J. Gerlach Atirtrne^ Freeman E. Miller tl*$£l*9Qr\ 1 . C. Nail Surveror, Wi H; H; Ciinrtinghgam COMMISSIONERS. First District, David Fav Second 4k Win. Rickard Third 4i J. C. Turner Fourth * William Groom %09JU $<trnQrayhs, SCHOOL OFFICERS James Goodwin, E. Lonffley and J. W Cunningham are county Examiners for Hemphill county. ft. tf. Crabtree. J. W, Herrington and J. y. Sutherland arc school trustees of district number 1. TERMS OF COURT. District Court convenes on the second Monday of June and December. County court for civil and criminal bus- iness convenes on the li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 February 1889

MiíiJ - ¿ f® "CATTLE KATE. 99 An Intrepid Woman Rancher Who Suc- cessfully Rounded Up a Brao* Faro Game That was Fleecing Her Cowboys- Frontier Justice Tempered with Mercy Cheyenne, Wyo., Feb. 21.—A sensa- tional story comes from Carbon County, which brings Mrs. Kate Maxwell, the owner of a cattle ranch, into prominence as a daring and desperate woman, whose career may rival that of the notorious Belle Starr. Mrs. Maxwell is known among ranchers as "Cattle Kate,"and has in her employ about twenty cowboys. The cowboys have been losing very heav- ily lately at a faro game in Bessemer, run by Farley & Goodwin. Kate became con- vinced that they were being robbed, and, accompanied by her foreman, both armed to the teeth, visited the place Monday night. With a six-shooter in each hand Kate ordered the faro-dealer to "get out." He "got," and while she kept the gamblers covered the foreman examined the cards and box and found the game was a "brace game." When this was explained to the b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 February 1889

1 r ~ / ; r w s ' . • • - ■ * *■ • • x - % . •" ' •' *■ :• * - V I ' -* i :v•' . < . - -; & *&£? ft ■ '-'■ ■ ■■ -. • .,*> V- — ¥ .• " •• , * m* 4 . \ y : . ^®eSF Z?-M IF^SHS 5^9BP I 1 '<W # 8 • v I I ;f ll ft I f •:r Life 1 i i > i Í ¡Í Ü a . * M * LEAVENWORTH FLAMES. The Flour Mill of Kelley & tyle Destroyed t —Kerosene Fatality—Etc. ' Leaten worth, Kan., Feb. 25.-—This morning at one o'clock fire was discovered in the large flour mill owned in this city by Kelley & Lyle. It burned furiously and soon the whole great structure was completely destroyed. Over 10,000 barrels of flour were also consumed and the loss is estimated at §200,000. It was impossible to get the nümes of insurance companies interested, but it is known that there was as much as $50,000 insurance. The firm was engaged on a large Government con- tract at the time and it is not known how much of it had up to the present been , filled. The fire department was promptly at the scene of the c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 February 1889

5- - f wm*r MM* R i I 1 pife T1 IMS BTT TIM ,T DOLLAH WEBMUL — people la tfee paper pnhUsbsd. Wfcy? n better wpre «ate the < ffean any otó** pepear. II Is the _ _ in tfco OícIn^ouMi nMW eal : ¿.y orbing tiiai boneftia tiw W®UL It is (jm woofcty mgffisfeecl in the tela* IS £*£** s^eioiaiis every tesae aU tef oaxy ens Bee^j^Weete&n man rivemfei tafee 1WML • poiMord far liidaoaBeafeto THÍ TTOTSg, CMy# Ma W* will rceiva subscriptions for all the*eading American and foreign newspapers and naagazines at thib offlce at wholesale prices. Yo* can save n&eney by having «9 tarward yarn* subacriptiens. When you want Job W«rk d<*n0 neoionabcr that wo have new and or tisUo designs for all sorts and «very style, and have now and stylish oat* illustrating: ovor forty di^*r#nt tra* «* aad profeaaieu*. We Invite aJJ pnrtófc t® call ®x a i e far IhwasoWea. 00. 13 WISES. The P01J0K OAZETTB will bo tuftfl«4. eecnrel7 wrapped. to any ^raa i OM United Stataa lor three montf* en receipt of OW...

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

m W 1 ) H k II 11 attabian sc VOL. II CANADIAN NO. 19 GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GrAin and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots and are prepared to eive you Low Figures STORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES 'JY*0 Country Town can Duplicate our -price' CANADIAN, ... TEXAS. BSO SPECIAL SALES! At CHAMBERS & HAYS, FOB THE NEXT 30 DATS! minan In order to make room for our New SprinerStock Welaave 150 Coats and Ve&ts ecincaifrom $1.00 to S3.00 each. PANTS and Full Suits tile same in propartiou. Good Merrimac Calicoes, 15,17 and 29 yards for OHE BQLLAB! . j Cill and ewimine oar Stock before the time expires and Be Convinced! CANADIAN, Main Straot, TEXAS. •w-'^lptaaw-r'. THE FAY HOTEL. A EAR THE ILIILROAD DEPOT- D. FAY, Proprietor. Rat.es, per day, : : $1.60 Tables Supplied with the Best of the Market. Ail Parties will fiad superior aecommodati ms at this commodious and elegarlly furnished hotel. No pain? ...

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

jp-skí# «HP THÉ CANADIAN CRESCENT. • — FREEXAHT £. KZ1LEB, Editor U PnV FUBLISHED EVEKÍ THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tfcio Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. ^ The Senate on the 25th passed a large number of bills of local interest only. Several conference reports were agreed to, among them that granting a pension of 12,500 a year to Mrs. General Sheridan. The bill was amended and passed ratifying an agreement with the Ute Indians of Southern Colorado. Pending con- sideration of the Army Appropriation biH offici- al notice of the death of Representative Burnes was received from the House. After the delivery of eulogies and adopting of resolutions of respect the Senate adjourned.... In the House Mr. Booher ap- peared and was sworn in as the successor of Mr. Burnes (deceased) from the Fourth district of Missouri. The day in the House was un- eventful except that filibustering was the prin- cipal tactics during which several conference reports were sandwiched in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 March 1889
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 7 March 1889

Y kí jtfft jfanadian ffrts^ent. MMOOIATIC JOOÜMAL, Texas Lands. IOH, YES! __>liehcd every Thursday Morning at Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. The Laws and Bales oí their Purchase HOW LANDS MAY BE ACQUIRED FROM THE STATE. OH YES! FKEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. it the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second «lass matter. XlBICS 01 SUBSCRIPTION. •ne Tear, in advance, $1-50. tlx Mentha, " *1W* Three Mentha, '' • 50cta. Single Copy, 5 U advertisements. Ii.^uniiiti will ke Iniertaá In ear th! r?t. ef $1.00 per inch per Slath liberal diseounts will be five* tSÍÍÍe and 1MK time adrartiaementa Local notices aad ether matter saad' led among live reading matter will be erted at the rate of 10 eenta per ]}"• the first insertion and 5 cants per line ^ each sueoeeding iasertian. I^gal notice, will b. Inaertj* at the of 15 cents per line for the nrst jnser So and 10 cents per line ior ©aoh inser- tCi thereafter. All advertisements, local and riding Atices inserted without special e...

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

i OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. fc 1 VI DISTRICT OFFICEU8. jreumaa.—8. W. T. Lanbam* SUte senator,—Joba H. Stephen . Jfcepnjgentative,—A. H. 11. Tolar. • Judge,—Frank Willis. Bíitriot Attorney,—W. H. Wood JWfUlct Clerk,—J. H. Hopkins. %.ttal garagrxphs Leo&l Itera Calculated t# Amete Instruct and Entertain our Readers. +r i ím COUNTY OFFICERS. ! Jadge, K. E. Polly Sheriff and Tax Collector, T. T. McOt^e Deputy Sheriff, A. M. T&rbill ! trk. J. F. Hopkins ¡ Treasurer, J. J. Gerlnch Attorney, J reeman I. Miller Assessor, R. C. XaU Sarveror, W. H. H. CunningUgam COMMISSIONERS. First District, David Far Seaond 44 Wm. Rickard Third " J- Turner Fourth 44 William Groo SCHOOL OFFICERS. James Goodwin, E. Longjey and J. W ©anningbara aro county SaoMaUxer for Hemphill county. W. B, Crabtree. J. W, Herrtngton and J. y. Sutherland aro school trustees of district number 1. Set out tree*. Plant more trees. Improve your heroes. We boom this summer. It's time to go fishing now. March came in like a lio...

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

TAJRIFF CONVENTION. Proceedings of the Reform Con- ference in Chicago. Tariff Reformers Meet to Discuss the Re- daction of Taxation—Speeches by Men Prominently Identified with the Movement—Resolutions Adopted. The recent conference of the American Tariff Reform League at Chicago was well attended. J. Sterling Morton, ex-Governor of Nebraska, was elected permanent chair- man. Mr. Morton, in taking the chair, spoke of the honor of presiding over a meeting called, not to name a man for an office, but to proclaim "a true principle of human government, the essence of liberty itself." They were there as abolitionists to make commerce as free as America had made thought, speech and the free press. Among the letters of encouragement was an autograph letter from President Cleve- land, which was read and received with great enthusiasm After indorsing the pur- pose of the league as set forth in its circular, he says: The which we have to guard against is the misleading of our countrymen by spe...

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

■\ ¿ f >1 s L LANDS OPENED. Congressman Perkins Makes a De- termined Fight For Oklahoma !The Creek ancl Seminole Amendment to v. the Indian Appropriation Bill Passed-* The Sections Relating: to the Open- ing1 of the Lands. ' Washington, March 4.—The clauses in the Indian Appropriation bill inserted by the House opening the Creek and Seminole lands in Oklahoma were defeated in the Senate on Saturday and a conference was ordered. In the conference, Mr. Perkins, of Kansas, made a determined stand for the clauses and succeeded in having them restored to the bill, which was adopted by the Senate at its meeting yesterday. The sections of tha Indian Appropriation bill having reference to the Creek and Semi- nole lands are as follows: Creek and Seminole lands—section 12—that the sum 11,912,952.0J be, and the same hereby is appropriated out of any moneys in the treas- ury not otherwise appropriated, to pay in full the Seminole Nation of Indians for all the rights, title, interest and clai...

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

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