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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 April 1889

'•¥ •• 'V .••. v'• ' r '".v -, :;vr*7-: • v. -Í ' . f" s . - ----- ó ■*• • «Vi > -.* ' rpü H ' m ^ -: , ->.- luí ■' * £ :V*r S^í ató, Eg-fe iL ■ Y - iip^pa PKBgSPM1 '•- P¡? i ^ ' W%&. -.1 i i ?,. iV"- í& ?■ iSk <m ■ m m- - - . - - -• ■ tn.%, SMS ,*"> '• -£^§1 * píp VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1889. NO. 2 6 <*■ GKRLACH BROTHERS. (DEALERS IN All Over the Panhandle. ,DHY GOODS GrAin and Flour, OOTS, SHOES AND HATS, .r r * OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to srive yon Low Fiacres. BEFOSE BUYING* Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES gJSF~JVo Countni Town can Duplicate our -pi ice CANADflAN, - TEXAS- FACTS AND FIGU RES Q LEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. Tascosa is to have races and a grand time generally May 8 th The people of Childress are pre- paring to bore for ai^esian water. District court forJSoberts county convenes ut Miami next Monday. Farwell, the booming boomer of Hansford county moves on in the V v shining light...

Publication Title: Canadian Crescent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 April 1889

X J- 7 ' am.v;. * - ■>&>■&£ fy&ff*--- «%.* - v.-• s.*W5r¿ ? • : /•=. '^appif ; ■- *' u t V : * 1^1 ^HuSÉB ' ■ - •. ' .- • ■ ■" : ' ' ¿ • '• . -'\v 'V J: -■" * ' ■ x « ™ 4 * - ,-¿ ■ - ,.- '.• iF á«s - ' ' J' J .3;v Sfr**- 'iff? feSJ mmk : ■ ' • rv: OUR REPUBLIC. The Centennial Celebration of Its _ Birth. Inauguration of George Washington as First President—Ills Triumphant March from Mount Vernon—Brief Hi* ograpliical Sketch. N New York City April SO, Í789, George "Washington was in- , augurated first Presi- de nt of the United States. As long as the Nation exi s t s, says the Chicago Times, this day will henceforth be second only to the Fourth of July. Washingto n, after a week's jour- ney from his home Mount Vernon — a dis- tance now easily covered in five or six hours —had arrived in New York City April 2o. The journey had been an ovation, and his recep- tions at various towns and cities had been most cordial and imposing. New York wel- comed him as she had welcom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 April 1889

.^•íá^íss^ffilBcSS^;: . -■ ' r7'*-* :; •'-•<" ?i W >. ||*. r i? > i Wr .'■>:' .4 * 4 t-^' H ' ■ ■. 0g± - m RESCUED. The Passengers and Grew of the Daomark Safe. DettnictiTe Fire® in Wisconsin—Fir© at Atlanta, Ga.—Three Men Suffocated v —Wreck on the Iowa Central. Shrewd Advertisers. Horrid Tortore. This is often felt in every joint and mtis- Readers of the newspapers of the day cle of the body by turns, by people who, ex- cannot fail to be impressed with the fact périencinsr the earliest twinges of rheuma- that the modern advertiser is progressive, tism, neglect to arrest the malady, as they He is compelled to be, else competitors easily do, with. Hosteller's Stomach Philadelphia, April 22.—The steamer Missouri arrived off Delaware breakwater mt one o'clock this morning, having on board 340 of the wrecked Dan mark's pas- sengers. A dispatch from Lisbon, Portugal, an- nounces the safety of the crew and pas- sengers of the steamer Danmark. The good tidings reached Lisbon f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 April 1889

SB' *• «;•*•' wrffrg iimiBtfi ;<■ --"V. * • - ^ '- - -r':-' % j ' V > f. .,.•*■-••/ <5-" «•" £.;v;.: i !,'*• • Sjpr - * ., - - Í¡|F ^• m ... # - - IHreijff^ E ft ? i. ¿ K I f II J1 5 «I kI i - f I f (4 r Bp §@£ Pitv > - SIM £¿c- $¿ . 1 ImBam . - v.--^ ««ÉMMi ¡PP?®- :,>••'• 1 "¿ "."x5r ; „' -* f¡¡ twdian (¡¡rescetti. Texas Lands. OH. YES! a democratic journal. published every Thursday Morning tX Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. The Laws and Rules of their Purchase how lands may be acquired from the state. We are Now Prepared TO BUY OR SELL «a YES! &$*• MÉfe-v. ' i WM The Staunch Old Democratic freeman, e. miller, editor AND publisher. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter Tkbms of Subscription . One Year, in advance, $1-50. Si* Months, " $1.00. Three Months, 4' • aOcts. Single Copy, r> " our advertisements. á iiwrtrfispmcnts will í)6 inserted in Advertisem^n . . :n|t|. r^j /«fklnmns at the rate ot bl.Ou pj i in I í^inth Liberal di...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 April 1889

mm. .i* ¿ * t. - '.r 1a .^x - í - ' — "'*' Pív. j§ ,-"-v"'5t fí i5 -+4 W r v.- OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. DISTRICT OFFICERS. *■ ' tfíongi'essnian,—S. W. T. Lanhanr wtate senator,-—John H. Stephens. Representative,—A. H. 11. Toiar. J tu Ige,—Frank Willis. Dietriot Attorney,—W. 11. Woodman. Ühstriet Clerk.-AJ. II. Hopkins. ocnl paragraphs Local Ilems Calculated to¡ Amuéc t Instruct and Entertain our Headers. \ I COUNTY OFFICERS. Judjre, E. E. Polly Sheriff and Tax Collector. T. '1'. McGee l>eputv Sheriff. -A. M. Tarbill «erk.* J- F* Hopkins last. Treasurer, J.J. Gerlacli Attorney. Freeman K. Millar t**Mor, K- < ■• Nail Aurveror. W. 11. H. Cunninjfligant COMMISSIONERS. First District, „ Daíh1 ,Fa>i Second k* ^ 1,1; Third 4- Turner y#urth - William Oroohi Advertise for the spring trade. Ed Brainard was in town Tuebday A. M. Lusk wi3 in town Monday SCHOOL OFFICERS. James Goodwin, E. Long-ley and J. W Ciyinin^hom are county hxaminers for Hemphill county. W. B, Cfabtree, J. W, Ilerringto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 April 1889

ü - *4 mam f \ \ l*; ^ THE CANADIAN CKE8CENT. B. MULES, Editor * Pub'a published evert thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTES. The United States Supreme Court has decided that beans are dutiable at 10 per cent, as vegetables when imported. The court martial of Lieutenant Com- mander Book, U. S. N., for leaving his post without permission, met in Washing- ton on the 15th. Commissioner Tanner, of the Pension Bureau, received during the first week of April 60,731 letters and other pieces of mail matter pertaining to the business of his office and last week he received 59,000 pieces. Thi3 accounts for delays in answering correspondence. General Franz Sigel has resigned as 2>ension agent at New York. Lieutenant John C. Wilson, of the Vandalia, has telegraphed to the Navy Department from Sydney that he had chartered the steamer Rockton for the purpose of transporting the shipwrecked sailors to the United States. The Rockton is due...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 April 1889

w , -■>. f; v •- Sf ? ^ t & W Ti4*->i ' jtf - ;iáS % —-— ••:«J / -• ;•"/ -V' *t ■?■ S y.^agBeaKt¿f?:• fe■>' *; ?•? ; i -. >■ ~ >5& *' ' >" ' "- V::. '.. rT'- j .'F r- * ':s* '-* «'v-. ' "*■ >": Vf: „ f TliJs CANADIAN CKtSCiiNT, ir 4- fBEEMAN E. MILL£B, Edit ox * Pub'* • > 1 Ii i v. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS THE OUTRAGED EDITOR. He my sanctum penetrated, and I looked up in surprise From the proofs I was correcting, and he caught my angry eyes. His appearance was against him, as he stood before the fire, Of convivial complexion and irregular attire. I insinuated, mildly, that I hadn't room for bores. .And that nothing was more precious than the time of editors. Then he grimly smiled and nodded, with his head on an incline, .Asking if, 'mongst my contributors, was Imogene Vantyne. I was startled; yes, and I'll confess that som^ thing like a blush <Camd o'er my editorial cheek; and why my blood should rush In such a way unusual, was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 25 April 1889

L W&& — r ;• • — \ -• - «V ..'• • • V- £ ' v- • *- Xs- ' ■' • ;': " ■■ ^ ' k v"' ' ••-' §! s * ff '** ■ |*>p '■< "1* ! %if : WL i ÍFWSi KM £- - -' • \ A \ L- E£ \ \ K I t,': fffi KANSAS CITY TIMES. WES the great dollait weekly. the kansa3 city weekly times is read by move people in the West than any other paper published. Why? Be- cause it better represents the Great West than any other paper. It is the lea&er in the Oklahoma movement and in Everything that benefits the West. It is the largest weekly newspaper published in the world, being 12 pages, 84 columns every issue, ail for only oxe dollar a year. Every Western man should take the times. Send a postal card for inducements to subscribers. the times, Kansas City, Ma vPtUZt 20 CSHT8* « * mm/mm* ONLY $3.10 FOR THE CRESCENT A.7SD • Domorest's Monthly Magazine, A wonderful publication^ Many pnppose DEMOREST'SI HOKTHLT to be a fashion magazine. This is a great mistake. It undoubtedly contains the finest fashion de-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 May 1889

H áfflBSSÍSF tjfc, i_? '--^ * 1 '."=.í'"-r^ !>> yft ? .; ' *3 ct- r t>,-j\ = \*¿i' <• f - V . >' • • a ip 1 ' v *M | i ,é x o NU , |¿ ;v i. ■•:' «v* Uée VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1889. NO, 29 lAlh GEORGE GERLACH. -(D¡0Ar,EK IX GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GkAin and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to fflve you Low Fiarires. BEFORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES &&F~No Country Town can Duplicate our pj ice CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. All Over the Panhandle!Chicago Cattle & Sheep ! Market# FACTS AND FIGURES GLBANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. A new <íé£tft iff t* be erected at East Amarillo. Corrected Weekly* bjr the Chicago Live Stock Commission Coffipany. Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois TEXAS CATTLE. Corn-fed Steer , 1000 to 1100 lbs 3.50 to 3.75 . . '• " 800 to 900 lbs 3.20 to 3.40 pr lb District court adjourned at Mi- wa•• 1000 to 1X00lbs 3 00 to 3 30 - * vn#^r<\mr " iV to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 May 1889

mSmmkWtfct mp 'fljffiy r f - : i. MC . .'<'Ü H - % . . -. 'I -■ ' jfÍ 1 U :V^- • - x r. ■ * If:- * •*' *&.& m'" pS#IP ?; Ira & f& f iWé mm V.-. V: f SÉiSSiS • '; _>- f'; -©iw . |#t§ i V ^ "* : V ' { Éfe'íi? ff=. Hgfc* k-v 5Sn \ RH .. 8 V t 12 V m ' . ' \S9im^9QBM ' ' --, ' N-S - .; * *aSt ', ■ ' -. . -■' > "- *v *v ^" *«¿ : '■ • -••. v-.-- Í .-. .tú *¿ THÉ CANADIAN CltESCENT. TKBEMAM S. KXX.X.ER, Editor ft Pub's published ever*" thursday at CANADIAN, - TEXAS, THE WOULD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTES. Paul Vandervoort, of Nebraska, has been appointed superintendent of mails at Omaha, Neb., and Henry A* Thomas, of Massachusetts has been appointed super- intendent of mails at Boston, vice J. Peter Hughes, resigned. The acting Comptroller of the Currency has appointed George McNeir, of Minne- apolis, receiver of the First National Bank at Anoka, Minn., which failed last April. Sir Julian Pauncefote, the new Brit- ish Minister to the United...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 May 1889

I? "V^-^ I ? H w¿g?*igmz< |-«r ' • ' > >v ' * • '. '■• • i • ■■_; *' ,;ó '••'"• • " • - * ¿ ""'' :" ". -•'- '■ - a* ? ^ 3?h£- - vu: rc?9Kd *' • ^:.i HgK. iWt: \ 4S if Í i > > - '•?_ §. 's-.- .*'">" ''../ ''V^ • ' ~ ' •'•■". '*' ' • •' ' ' • >:S;;;"^/M ■ gpgpr flf | •- r^ggr.ffSlip 1|S& "v •!*•-*•' u" ¿^% ív^c *#>■ V v '.-"■ ?¡P¿r-J- ¿ *"^r.*'-V;" "* •" V^vf :r : " . «"•." "-•• 'Xv'i =••.'.- -J: ••■:*• V' .' - 5/v • ¡HfBr • V . ^r-T V / .•i,r. . ".v-' .J, -y -i. '""-'i."-""- ;'. '" c - -. -' 1 . * * ■ - , 6 ■••• « ¥ "W I ^ ' THE CANADIAN CJ&iUWJSN?. Í rBBBMAH B. KULEB, Editor * Pub'* PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT . CANADIAN. - TEXAS LETTERS. Such a little thing—a letter, Yet so much it may contain; Written thoughts and mute expressions, Full of pleasure, fraught with pain. When our hearts are sad at parting, Comes a gleam of comfort bright In the mutual promise given: , "We wiil not forget to write.*' Plans and doings of the absent, Scraps of news we lik...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 May 1889

•~K F - «K *sPS -¡2l' vtó 111 ■faÉÉ^'É «* 3tk ; >:■ ' &■■■ ; ■ B 2 i «í >r V, .'•: «3Fl¿« Évhü : 3¡?yss$ ■ '.•? *í ' i &v ■> Sí? {¡¡¿anadian (¡¡resqeut. r<: fifc.V'. ■Fyg.;- <*7-; - • E A DEMOCRATIC JOUKNAL. Published every Thursday Morning at Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. Texas Lands. The Laws and Bules of their Purchase 9 . i HOW LANDS MAY BE ACQUIRED FROM THE STATE. OH, YES! YES! We are Now Prepared TO BUY OR SELL BY CRESCEHT PUBLISHING CO. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second cla?3 matter. Terms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " $1.00. Three Months, fc< . i)0ct8. Single Copy, a advertisements. Advertisements will he inserted in our columns at the rate of $1.00 per inch per month. Iiiber.il discounts will he «riven on large and long time advertisements. Local notices and other matter sand- wiched among live reading matter \\ ill be inserted at the rate of 10 cents per line for the first insertion and f>...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 May 1889

• - ' *¡rm mm OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. n■■ a., j .- . h y I , • m DISTRÍCT OFFICERS. Congressman.—S. W. T. Lanhanr State senator,—John II. Stephens. Representative,—A. II. 11. Tolar. JUiijcre.—Frank Willi . District Attorney,—W\ II. Woodman- IWatrict Clerk,—J. H. Hopkin*. ocnl ffHraqrayhs Local Items Calculated to Amuse Instruct and Entertain our Readers. COUNTY OFFICERS. Jtid^e. 1C. E. Polly X: Sheriff and Tax Collector, T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, A. M. larbill Clerk. J. F. Hopkins Treasurer, J.J. Gerlaeh Attorney, I reeman E. filler Ajisfssor. K> C. ^ al 1 ¡Jacveror, W. H.H. Cunninghgam COMMISSIONERS. First District, „.David Far Second " ^nl; Third " ' • Turner FeurtU " William Groom SCHOOL OFFICERS. Jame* Goodwin, E. Loneley and J. W Gunninjiham are county Kxamiuers for Hemphill county. W, B. Orabtree, J. W, Ilerrintfton and J. r. Sutherlanil are school trustees or district number 1. TERMS OF COURT. District Court convenes on the second The wind baa beea very high for several days...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 May 1889

«w ' ¿ m I? i. ■ r; I í> f \ :>: DEPEW'S OKATION. A Grand Tribute to the Memory of George Washington, Thoughts Suggested by the Centennial of the Inauguration of Our First Presi- dent— Reflections of an Historical and Economic Nature. The following is a synopsis of the oration delivered by Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, LLD., at the Centennial of the Inaugura- tion of George Washington, first Pres- ident of the United States, from the steps of the Treasury Building, New York, April 30, 1889: We celebrate to-day the Centenary of our Nationality. One hundred years ago the United States began their existence. The powerfc of government were assumed by the people of the Republic, and they became the sole souree of authority. The solemn ceremonial of the first in augur atioil, the reverend oath of Washington, the acclaim of the multitude greeting their President, marked the most unique event or modern times in theo.development of free institutions. The occasion wa* not an accident, but a r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 May 1889

¿¿¿¡Mitán# £V.*íÜíf.- I- V~ í-; _ i -. . V -í'"íÍn*1rH- -. JWk?v4'Vi '.<->•. "^¡A--;- " V • • k ••;'s. V I «SE ;' ;. / P It 1 h l> v i \ K ? i IJ * - -i • - - -r . "H "-.v--- -ir¿- - -JE**- > '->VV:-: ?■- ;L--- : ik^m .. v • ~*" • 7 ., "- \ . .' f *- ^ -í fc >, ¿rlV - • .• I mm 'wmmm 3pp. - ¡ka :: : K:- - =. --n^V. -.- -f- -i-, AFTER THE; RUSH. Illtters in Oklahoma Settling Down to "Disputes Over Claims, Attended With the Usual Number of Killings—Confusion as to Town Sites* Guthrie. L T., April 25.—N«ar Alfred, a small station fourteen miles north of here, Tuesday, three men equatted on the same claim and trouble occurred be* tween a man named Stevens from Kan- sas and the other two ^claimants, whose names could not be learned, who had agreed between themselves to force Stevens and his family of wife and four small children off the claim and then divide. Stevens resisted this unfair treat- ment and informed them he was willing tor all three to work the claim and le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 9 May 1889

* v- 'y% -, m wt ^ |3| IIPÍ mfi* --? *■:■ -v : r-v- - v $ - <-■ - • ••-- , • •" *'•: -V ... . - • 'fWl' ' :*?r -.. •• ■ ' *■* r ' rTBfVX' • (Nf.- :^í •- J.V-- rt^" * r reí £K na-mir .•• m. - *-r , mimiÉám ■-... T i ims cm m i THE GREAT DOLLAB The Kajtsa* Crrr Wzkklt Tttxs is foad 1*7 maro peoplo in tii« West Oían any other paper published. Wby? Be- cause H belwr reprorionís the Oml XVé&t tüan any oth*r papor. II te tibe luíCfler in tho Ofclaaoma movomeot iad íneveryililng U*r¿ benefits tho West. It is Uí« lur£©6t weekly ñ 01JLY $3.10 FOR THE CRESCENT ' akp Demorest's Monthly MagaáñA Í It VOU W<Hlt 8 good E"lio-ble wiíh "11 tke * X A WONDERFCIi ÍUBUCAfíON; ra ti . .■ ■■■ ... # -+ ~ publiabed it tiie trorlil, being IS pagos, 84'cotai48 ever/ issue, ail for ooiy oil VOLTj±m a yoar. WBvsry Wasien?. man shaald fetfcs THE XBCZA. Bend a postal osr JL lor tadUoemsais Id subscriber*. THK Kansas Oft?, Many suppose df,5SORKST>S MO*THX.Y to be & fashion maquine. This is a great...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 May 1889

~ irla I "iíbum?'iitiitrfliFi .&&&%&*& *«s* :&&&■£**-V- M >.J *? í^fSfcr ■? •*#? ;i v '"-"vv~, W' V ||y P^gR31& *>-2£. ¿ - y"' •; ^ilv * -S "\ ' ím ñmm ■ük *J/a V \ ~^¡ps <#. \*-}f ;'VS - mmm í%-' ; ' elPESs " V- ?-r-v ymm I® ára ;.y':: i life - # ;á:V- ;SS pfHg >; :-'.! '■ * i ..Vi-- Ví'S ; ■ V; V í -■•;• ":v^:'V-íi .; a- E-;,* - " %cV-#^jPo^ L* f•• • H- MKSfég /■" • . •> .-« .*•-<«■- ísf^aSefcSi •?•• Sfe- •' i ÉMM* m *g¡ ' '-¿i ■ : - ; • " ■ "' ■ '■ -í ' -. ■- -• I «te S® * «s L - p| , Í . :4a -1?: ; S¡7 ¿tów .; 1HF$!JS ?ol. n CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. NO. SO H& V|*- ■^: H iik ' I . ^ EBg GEORGE GERLACH. ir. * (dealeb r GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GrAin and Flour, BOOK, SHOES MS HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to give yon Low Fiernres. SSFOEE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICK AH Over the Panhandle j Commissioner's Conrt. j T1MPLE "o*™0*' Commissioaer'sCourt csnveaad i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 May 1889

wwmmm «> ,: ,; .. . -_■ «;«?.'.-s; mu Mi ill WW il Hi nil III .< p THE CANADIAN CltESCENT. fESEXAN E. K1LLES, Editor k Pull's WEST. 1 GENERAL. The returns from the recent municipal I The anti-slave conference will meet at elections in Indiana indicated general Brussels in August gains for the Republicans where politics The Count Tolstoi, Russian Minister of figured in the contest In some of the the Interior, who died recently, was a larger towns high license was the issue, brother of the celebrated author. and in most cases the saloon candidates The steamship City of Paris of the In- were defeated. man line, which arrived at Sandy Hook Contractor J. E. McCormick has left on the 8th, has broken all records from rpTTfTi WnRT Tl AT TíATífJF1 I Tacoma, W. T., with about450,000 secured Queenstown. Her corrected time was 5 AÜÜJ ▼ \JI\jUiJ 21 J. iJAltuu from friends. He took a train for New days, 23 hours and 7 minutes. The best PUBLISHED EVER* THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. Summary ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 May 1889

s* y. • « THE CANADIAN £KJ£ SCENT, i * m rSEElKAH E. MILLER, Editor ft PnV* PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS YOU CHEERED ME ON. 'To you, dear friend, I owe a debt I never can repay; The memory of it lingers yet, And brightens all Lie's way; Por when oppressed with gloomy fears, With hope and courage gone, I came to you; you dried my teurs And sweetly cheered me on. T7hen others mocked my lack of skill With eloquence of scorn. Or frowned at my attempts, unt l I wi3hed Td ne'er been bom, With kind, judicious words, that soothed The tender heart thus flayed, "You cheered me on, the pathway smoothed, And ail my fears allayed. When others sought to clip the wings With which I tried to soar, .And bade me think of other things To profit me the more, "You bade me doff the sable plume, And brighter colors don, And raised me from the depths of gloom, And nobly cheered me on. O blest the friends that lift us up On arms of love each day, Who put some sweetness in life's cup, And he...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 May 1889

mm lÁm^nM m §j¿lf$ $¿ntwdiun $¡¿reseent. A PKMOOBATIC JOPMAL. Babliahcd every Thnrsdey Morning M Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. BY CRESCENT PUBLISHING GO. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. (From our regalar corres pendant.) OH, YES! at the Post Office at Canadian Texai, as second class matter. Tbsms ow Subscbiftiok : One Tear, in adrancc, $1.10. Six Month , " $1.00. Three Month , '' . Met . Single Copy, * " ADVERTISEMENTS. ' Ex-President C levelaand'a seel brewn carriage horses together with his carriage harness etc. were sold today at auction. Tfhea Mr. Ciereland left hare he had net de cidod whether he would tell then or carrj them to New York. Hie , prices realized were satisfac- |tory. The Pacific coast has captured the biggest thing jet givon ont hy the present administration* It is the contract to build the mam- moth armoured coast defense vessel that was provided for by i\% last CoBgrees, which has been awarded by the Navy Department of the an- ion iron works oí San Francisca. Ex- Se...

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