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

—~ ■) >r i ,!V * y ílfeáímt. s VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1889. NO. 20 GERLACH BROTHERS. (PEALOS 15 RIES, DHY GOODS Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES ASS HATS, OUTFITTERS Wa handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots and arc prepared to stive yon Low" Fia:-ires. S1FÜE2 BUYING Elsewhere Cali & GET PEÍCIS ■ —■ • • ■ - — -♦ ■■ ■ - ■ i$3F*\A o Country Town can Duplicáis our p? ice' CANADIAN, TEX A ♦K w a At CHAMBERS & HAYS, F0 T2B SÍES? 3D SAYS! In order to make room for our h ew Sprinar Stock Wskzve 150 Goats ~nd Vc fIt. sc&c&ifrcEi 01.00 to 83.00 each. PAMTB and Full Suits tlie same in proportion. Good Mérrimas Calicoes, i§,17 and 20 yards for ONE BOLLA El <C-j.il and txamin*. oar Stock before the tim& axvires and Be Convinced! CA3ADIAÍ?, ISain Street, $1.50 'l Mill FAÍ HOTELi. N EAR THE RAILROAD DEPOT. D. FAY, Proprietor. '-Satas, por day, : : Tallies Supplied wish the Bess oí she AU Parties will fin I superior accommodations at this com« dious an...

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

am FOR FOUR YEARS. Benjamin Harrison the New Chief Magistrate. •Hrorn in By Chief Justice Fuller—The Inaugural Address — The Procession Marred By Bad Weather—Inaug- ural Ball—Etc. Washington, March 5.—Benjamin Har- rison at noon jes'erday was sworn in as President of the United States by Chief Justice Fuller on the east Capitol steps, in ♦the presence of the outgoing President, Congressmen, Supreme Court Judges, <fipiomats!s, heads of departments and oiber notabilities drawn together for the ■occasion. The weather was bad. "Vice-President Morton bad been iworn and inducted into , office i b i t/r< The President. as President of the Senate and presided over the ceremonies in the cJenate Chamber as the Senate of the Fifty-first Congress was called together in special session. The procession was then formed and Mr. Harrison was escort- ed to the platform erected, whore he pledged himself on his family Bible to ob- serve the requirements of the Constitu- tion. After taking the oat...

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

ml. 2 T FRENCH PEOPLE MURDERED. I \ > ] i 1 m i- it II "4 1 i i 11 A | %; \ I i b> Bj Btrange Story Toid By Hank Ferry a Yel- lowstone Park Guide. Cheyenne, Wyov March . 11.—A half- breed trapper and banter who arrived here from the extreme northwestern quarter of the Territory brings tidings of the atrocious massacre of a party of five Prench tourists in Yellowstone National Park, from Canyon City, a new mining town near the park, where Hank Ferry, the guide and sole survivor, reported the slaughter. Ferry said his charge included M. La- clare and wife, J. Vincent and wife and Paul Geret, father of Mme. Vincent. He entered the service of the sight-seers at Virginia City, Mont., contracting to show them through the park in violation of the United States statutes. The guide's story of the murder, which he says was committed by Indians, was a most graphic recital. Just before dawn on the day of the murder blood curdling yells and a fusilado of shots were heard and aroused him. H...

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

JPtyf ffcánaimn £tc8fevt. ▲ ©KMOOaATIC JOVSVAL. lishcd every Thursday AlomiRg «4 Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. Tozas Lands. The Laws and Bales of their Purchase HOW LANDS MAY BE ACQUIRED FROM THE STATE. OH, YES! OH YES! I Tkt Siaxncñ Old Qsmocw&s Htm paper, We are How Prepared TO BUY OR SELL HKMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. at the Post Office at Caaiwilw Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription : Or* Tear, in advance, $1-50. Six Month , " $1 .M- Three Months, 4# . 50cU. Single Copy, 5 u . oi IO advertisements. Advertisements will be insorted in our f&limns at the rate of $1.00 per inch per rtonth. liberal discounts will fc« given oft large and loa^ time tdvertisemcnt*. Local notices and other matter sand- :hed ain©n& live reading matter will be j w orgasmo* cou'Uv. srted at the rate of 10 cents per line the first insertion and 6 cents per lino each succeeding insertion. Legal notices will bo insorted at the of 16 cents per line for the first inser-...

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

I i* I jr # í £ I fc 4 If I)! B * I / 'I f 1 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. DISTRICT OFFICERS. GwijrcMmAfl.—9. W. T. Lanhava* SUio wí«ator,—Joba XL Stephens. J&ep rosen Ulive,—A. H. li. Polar, ¿wage,—Frank fflllis. Iftslriqt Attorney,—17. H. TToodnaa- Bfetrici Clerk,—J. II. Hcpk:ns. %9tJtV gsragrxpks. Loo! Iteig.t Calculated to Anast I attract and EnUrttis sir Reader*. Come ¡a aa:l icltlc tip. School JJo-.fca at Ksaty'a S= nd. Fr'eh hau<]->r.ade C.iadies at Mas- GENIUS IN ENERGY. COUNTY OFFICERS. Sheriff and Tax Collector, 'IVff Moftce l* '* ^ wi S taad* gg^SL.rt* • A.(M. lurlm | r. M. R«J0,lJs „ot ,0 Amrillo ^Treasurer, Attorney, Assessor, #arvcror, J.J. Gerlach J reeman E. Miiler tí. C. Nail W. II. II. Cuaninghpun COMMISSIONERS. Firet District, David Fat fcseond * Wm, Kickard Third 44 J. C. Turner Fourth •* William Groom SCHOOL OFFICERS. James Goodwin, fi. Lon&Ley and J. W C*onin£aa;a art county Sxi liecnphTil county. «y. B, Crabtree, J. W, Herrington and J. y. Sutherland are s...

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

\1 THE CANADIAN CHESCENT, nilZIUH E. WLLE3, Editor k PnVS PUBLISHED EVER* THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate on the 4fch after closing: up its work passed a resolution of thanks to Presi- dent lngalls, and at noon stood adjourned sine «lie. The Senate of the Fifty-tirst Congress was Immediately called to order in special session. Business in the House amounted to hut lit- tle. One or two conference reports were agreed to and one private bill passed. Resolutions of thanks to Speaker Carlisle were offered by Mr. Reed (Me.) and adopted and the House ad Jouraed sine die. j In Executive Session. The Senate was in executive session a short time on the 5th, and there being no objec- tion to any nomination made by President Harrison, unanimously confirmed his Cabinet appointments. Thp: Senate simply met on the 6tli and immediately adjourned. [After adjournment a caucus was held to re-arrange the committees.] When the Senat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 March 1889
Publication Title: Canadian Crescent, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 14 March 1889

s u \i f 9m * Od^v * FOE TEE CBESCEFT Ton s food with H IfiVIJ r t Mv.J.- * T ' ii ^ V '- ?*/ ,1 . í J i ' <* ;tcr>.4\aY " y.v! ' ' \*U ' ,\ • • . , .</-j ;• ^*.'Q ' 'V V -r* *?; ? • .- ^ <->1 V - ~¿ D&iaoreai'r Hoothhr ' - $• % A voamsTcx. txjvucaxsol K *% . ¿ f. -" V/V . ' * .♦.* ¿t*V > m m * _ — • • J 'ii T>V MftS by IT zknxab people fci t r mibtt*feo<L PH fasnioa i \ it or « TKiv: DS5!OaB8?3 BORmT BéSL filll pepe* |m &** any *b.*r p&pacr. DUft fcfcjisif Sa t&e OtlálaiwA 4>riiin «— «mS iiiitwsyt&nr OuU baaeflfs tfea VTes^i 11 4a An hcrffOKt pi rravy ftawt «8 synt ¿ar" — •jen't of fir./ u>agaaine published, but &if ÍI : i? the? C.--0 trotn tbs fiet that créat enterprise and ea- * i; porience arc shown, so tins eaoh depart cat is Ci" equal to a magazine la itself. In Daaoanr'S fW doren macaaiaes in one, and «acaro amnna and instruction for the whole family. It ooxu . Storirs, Poema, and other Literary attractions idiot Artistic,...

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

s % i ¿ I VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1889. NO. 21 ■n GERLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN - opnncRiLQ 0 \ 'jul! 1ÍL.U J nn G ü 4ix and Flour, _ «asp : m ¿5 M 4^S ¿asáída fe? ? OUTFITTERS Wo handle Eiour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to give you ¡ow'Fisrires. BEFORE BUYIKSElscwkre Call & SET PRIC1S ZsZF'S\i o Country Town can Duplicate out pi ice CARS ADÍAN, - - TOAS LO CJ-- r.I\ At CHAMBERS & HAYS, FOE THE HEXT 30 BAYS! ^jli in W 1111)1 3 In order to make room for our Hew Sprint Stock We have 150 Goats atd Veftr £c:'lc atfrem 01.00 to 88,CO each. PAIf?3 and Full Suits tile same in proportion. Good Merrimac Calicoes, Í5,17 and 20 yards for 0IJE BOLLAS! C ill %;ul evMinni our Sñoc.'c before the tint:} empires and •Be Convinced! CAITADIAH, Slaii Street. TEXAS, A CONNUBIAL TRAGEDY. The First titttU Tiff fat tk« LUI #f « Towf Harrlid Ooiylt. fV|| They had been married three west* and had just go no to house-keeping. Ho was starting down -town one morn- in...

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

— : — i¿ *4 mm T \F¿Mmwx*srnMH0mse*m> «tmn «— *■.> " ■ Pf sgpg v ; V"* * PMSP«^K|£« '-*>,•' l?- v?- m ? v"-\- 1£ CANADIAN CKKSCJSNT- ntKKitfAg S. KX£LEB, Editor ft Pub's t- i I * %- •;•; Y PUBLISHED EVEBT THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WOBLD AT LAEGE. Summary of the Daily News. IK EXECUTIVE SESSION. When the Sen-ate met on the llfch Sen- ator Beck appeared and took the oath of office for his third term. A short recess was then taken and upon reassembling a number of nom- inations were received from the President, which were referred, and the Senate adjourned. The nominations sent in were: Minister to Spain. Thomas W. Palmer, of Michigan; Minis- ter to Japan. John E. Swift, of California: Min- ister to Switzerland, John D. Washburn, of Massachusetts; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, George Tichnor, of Illinois. Soon after the Senate met on the 12th a message was received from the President sub- mitting the papers in the Louis Reil case. The standing committees were e...

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

, * pi THE CANADIAN CKESCEKT. TREEMAN E. HIL1ZB, Editor * FnVfi PUBLISHED KVEEi THURSDAY AT CAVAT>TA V - 4 £1 THE OLD STONE HOUSE. "The old stone house is standing still. Just as it did, dear May, When great-grandmother moved about In peaceful happy way. But from the windows deep and wide, No smile to us is given; The face that met us at the door Is smiling now in Heaven. Grandmother, too, who won our hearts With thick, well-buttered bread, Spread deep with sugar on the top. Before we went to bed. And who such stories used to tell. As pleased our childish ear3, Alas!—sleeps now among the dead, Far from this vale of tears. Gone are the tiny panes of glass On which we wrote our names; Your's close to Will's, mine next to Frank's, - Our happy childish flames. The dear old stoop is growing weak Where once we took our tea On pleasant summer afternoons. From care and trouble free. Dear mother played there when a child. And so did you and I; Fou~ generations, as the years Crept slowiy, ...

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

—~í-V 1 íl ■■ s? % I ¡¡¡anadian §test¡mt. [ Texas Lands. IOH. YES! ÜaÉ m m x «MOCRATIC JOUKKAL. liihcd «rery Tbarsday Morning «I Canadian, Hemphill eonnty, Texas. The Laws and Rules of their Purchase HOW LANDS MAY BE ACQUIRED FROM THE STATE. 9 OH YES! We are Now Prepared TO BUY OR SELL PREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ^Ured at the Post Office at Canadian Tfxtó, as stcosd Glass matter. Tkms Subscription: •h« Tear, in advance, $1.50. Six Month , " $1.00. Thraa Months, <# . SOcts. Singla Copy, 5 " ADVERTISEMENTS. Aivartisaraants will be inserted in our lamns at th« rate of $1.00 per ineh per ►nth. Jjiberal discounts will be £iven large and long time advertisements. Lccal notice* and other matter saad- itd among' live reading matter will be .rted at the rate of 10 cents per line the first insertion and 5 cents per line each sucoeeding insertion. Ilegal notices will be inserted at the igfco of 15 cents per line for the íirst ínser- tgpa and 10 cents per line ior each inser- M...

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

8532*8 mr *t v wi yy OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ? Ill r ■ lit E I v I If * v DISTRICT OFFICERS. #&ngressaaaji,—$. W. T. Lanham- Sfcato senator,—John H. Stephens. JfcUrpresentatire,—A. H. 11. Telar. •FaUfre,—Frank Willis. Jflistriot Attorney,— W. IT. TToodaan. ftistrict Clerk,—J. II. Hopkins. Hitragrxpks Lofcal Items Calculated to Amuse Instruct and EntertfUJi our Readers. COUNTY OFFICERS. .In<lge, * E. E. Polly Hii eriíf and Tax Collector, T. T. McGee Deputy ¡¿kerití', A. M. Tarbili C3erk. Local news scarce. Come ia and settle up. School Books at Moa ty's Stand. George Simpson was in town last Saturday. James Abhtj was in Meboetie Smnday last. A few of our peo^ke are afflicted with the Oklahoma fever. j I Ig is the windy season of the year I J. W. REYNOLDS, rWlio^esaki okhü Rotaál Beolor isit 8 ^ED STUFFS, &RÜINS ANE SEE US* * V W. want a creaia.ry ■< a .ugar ia the great and 0Iiij Palrfl*ariie. , , Implements. ¡Vagón*, Barrows, Hakes and BUGGIES AJVD SPRING WAGONS BUCKEYE MO...

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

OKLAHOMA. Pointers For ward the Those Looking To- Promised Land. Provision of the Homestead and Town Site Laws-Description of the Lands—What the Indian Appropriation Bill Provides. _ The Homestead Law. For the benefit of those who are not fa- miliar with the Homestead laws, a brief but comprehensive abstract is herewith presented, giving the conditions under which the Oklahoma lands may be entered and settled. The Timber Culture and Pre- emption laws not being applicable to lands in the ne íy Territory, 110 one can obtain a patent for more than 1G0 acres. Subjoined are the rules which govern: Section ¿,289. Every person who is the head of a family, or who has arrived at the age of twenty-one years and is a citizen of the United States, of who has filed his declaration of in- tention to become such as required by the nat- uralization laws, shall be entitled to enter one quarter section or a less quantity of unappro- priated public lands, to be located in a body in conformity to the l...

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

- 7 I* h f I 'I s TRADE REPORT. Bradstreet's Report of the State of Trade for the Week* New York, March 16.—Brads tree! says: Special telegrams indicate a moder- ate improvement of general trade at New York City, to a moderate extent also at Pittsburgh, Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago, New Orleans, Galveston, St. Joseph, Bur- lington, Omaha, Kansas City and San Francisco. This warrants a report of a noticeable gain in the distribution of gen- eral merchandise over the preceding week. The more favorable weather is responsible for a large portion of the gain. Interior wagon roads are improved south and mercantile collections are more prompt at Burlington, Detroit, Omaha, Chicago and elsewhere. Wheat is weaker and is 4 Vc lower under the influ- ence of an apparently bullish Government crop report, which when analyzed proves to be unquestionably untrustworthy. The best available data indicate a total of not less than 190,000,000 bushels (visible and invisible) wheat in the country on Mar...

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

¡T mm ■ . Sfe! r> ■ -s \ V 'yrt?" lilis imm 3? « GREAT IXM.LAR ■Esa Kaíbas Citt Whkjclt Tan fs rqful toy ULwe peop¿e i d¿® Ve«t tlian any c&he* paí>ar pnb&AoiL Why? B*- cdttBe H lj&4hri' ti^ € eeai Aijcjait fihttv asT otó*: ¿ístí^ar. Í5 ia fcko ]•; &? iu fci* ]M*>V«U«*t fclwl i*i «rwrytki*!# £}**£ th* Wes¿. Üi tí l^j íttge * ww^Sy «***#*£«? la tVa w<n&¿, tMkiiyj £2 rvarj jeaaia, aft tor lyoK. W&Aftsa rata skoAfó oaord for fcidftwemflBJ* to m TOTES, Kanaas City., ¿¿o, m ONLY $3.10 FOE THE CBESCEM! ki. ^_.,j*iro'. Eemorssfc'B MontHy5 Eagszine.' - 4 I A WO^TDERFUL PUBLICATION'. ^Taay Ptippose DE3IOREST'S HÍÍWI7HLY to be ft faehion magazine. This is a great mistake. • It midonbtedly contains the finest Fashion De- ' fautjib.vt of any magazme published, but ibis is * " " great enterprise and ck- caoh department is Tn Dkiíorkot's you and secure amuse- family. It con- Literary attract i ona. Bach copy contains a Pattbbn Obdeh enüthnj? U yon wont s good R...

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

(Jamiíúan /Is > t vol. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1889. NO. 22 USER twin GEHLACH BROTHERS. ■(DEALERS IN / * - "•? ? \ í ? ) i n i A rs í V Is ,H í Ü U' vr n 11 q8, GrAin and Flour a í * J fqjCj Es ¿i *•",1 i°i A'i skJsttio úi bJ 3 OUTFITTERS VIq handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepareá to give yon Low Fiarires. HFOEE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES <9 Country Town can Duplicate our pi ice CANADIAN, - TOAS. * -ji __ £*0 ¿4 L Lses i -1 U &S58 Ss ALES ¡I JO If ÜU ill At CHAMBERS & HAYS, FOB. THS NEXT 30 BA¥3! oís & a®' In order to make room for our I£ew Spring' Stock We have 150 Goats and Ve¿is cc.íe© atirom 81.00 to 88.00 each. PANTS and Full Suits tüe same in proportion. Good Merrimac Calicoes, 15,17 and 20 yards for ONE DOLLAR! Call and c vzmwtpicr Stock before the time expires and lie Convinced! CANADIAN, Main Street, TEXAS. THE FAY HOTEL, ft EAR TEE RAILROAD DEPOT D. FAY, Proprietor. Bates, per day, : : $1.50 Tables Supplied wi...

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

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. E. WLLEB, Editor ft Pott ! ? i R i* m i \ FUBLISHED EVER* THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS ————— THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily News. IN EXECUTIVE SESSION. In the Senate on the 18th resolutions "were offered and referred authorizing the Com- mittee on Woman Suffrage and the Library Committee to sit during recess. Senator Gib- son's resolution for the appointment of a select committee on our relations with Mexico, after some debate was referred. Senator Call's resolution for the appointment of a similar committee on the relations between the United States and Cuba apd the West India Islands was also debated, and after a short executive "session the Senate adjourned. In executive session, William Walter Phelps, John A. Kasson an 1 George H. Bates were confirmed as Sa- xnoan Commissioners to the Berlin, conference. Among the nominations sent in by the President were: Smith A. Whitfield, of Ohio, to be Second Assistant Postmaster-Genera!; A. D. Hazen, of Pe...

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

THE CANADIAN CKHSCJSNT. -• r fKBEMAX E. MULES, Editor ft Pub' I I <•( rv Í * fo PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS A SONG TO THE NAMELESS. There are singers enough for the lofty On Ambition's exclusive plain; My lay is tuned for the lowly, For the heroes without a namo For they whose souls are smoldering In disappointment's fire, "Who never may know the sweet and the glow Of the stations to whioh they aspire. My song is framed for the mother Who moves in a temple of toil, And for the gentle father Whose sinews live in the soil. In the history and lore of a nation The deeds of the brilliant are wrought With flaming pen, the food for men Whose lessons are dearly bought. I know in the windowless garrets, And the sod-roofed pioneer "shacks," Are some whose tables are scanty. Threadbare the coats on their backs. With ever a feeling respectful, For the being who wins the prize, My harp is strung for the nameless, Whose work obscurely dies. The deeds that in life passed unnot...

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

m íf 9 if f ti i| J > \ \ Á V K n® s®« v - •? w&é&í ^bB .-. y*- 4, I- • •> I •- 1 ¡¡¿anadian $resi¡eat. A BMOC*A>TIC JOURNAL, Texas Lands. OH, YES! The Laws and Rules of their Purchase YES! «CSSSffiWST HOW LANDS MAY BE ACQUIRED Texas. We are Now Prepared TO BUY OR SELL FROM THE STATE. FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. jhfcer«d at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second elast matter. Tekms of Subscription: One Tear, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, " $1.00- Three Months, if • 60cts. «ingle Copy, 5 « ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisement will be inserted in our amns at the rate of $100 per inch per nth. Liberal discounts will be *ivew . large and longtime advertisements. Local notices and other matter sand- wiched among live reading matter will be inserted"¿t 111e rate of 1° CBiits prr line ijc the flrst insertion and o cents per line lor each succeeding insertion. t «eral notices will l>e inserted íu the rate of 15 cents per line foi the iirst inser- tion and 1...

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