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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 May 1889

1« ll / Ji .V OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. DISTRICT OFFICERS. fJongressman,—3. W. T. Lanhaur átate senator.—John H. Stephen . Representative,—A. II. li. lolar. JaAge,—Frank Willis. District Attorney,—Freeman E. Miller. Mrtritf Clerk,-AJ. H. Hopkins. %ptnl ££aragr3$hs> Local lleras Calculated to Amuse instruct and Entertain í>ur Headers. COUNTY OFFICERS. jtarlsre, Sheriff and Tax Collector, T. T. McGee I>eputy Sherifl; A. iL larbiU m¿]¿ Jr F. Hopkins Treasurer, Attorney, * reeman E. Miller -**• ^aJi ¿mrvuror! W. H. H. Cunninghgam COMMISSIONERS. First District, v,'Dail^ < «**ond ^ m« Ricked Ytdrd « J. C. Turner fourth " William Qroom SCHOOL OFFICERS. James Goodwin, E. Longley and J. ^ ©ttimineham are county Kxaimners for Hemphill county Kearly all our population treat fishing Sunday. H. Matthesoa, a merchant sf Hi ami was in Uwa Monday. Hon • J • N. Browning is here fro® Clarendon attending cou;t, Charley Hamilton was up from Mi ami Thursday on a short visit Wiíiiam R&tliif and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 May 1889

-V'i^ m m S5k£*fj®5&- V:Hi*. ¿«>ij.'-.:«-; ii-a*~£Sktit3N ¡auüfelfaí *?&4* * i ■ ■ 0SM h <* fc BALD KNOBBERS HANGED. A Sickening Scene on the Scaffold—Young Walker Hanged Twice—The Crime for Which They Suffered. Ozark, Mo., May 10.—Dave Walker and his sou William aud John Matthews were banged here this morning for the murder of Eden3 and Green in October, 1886. The execution was conducted iu a most bung- ling manner and the scene on the scaffold was a ghastly one, as the first fall was a complete failure. At 8 :45 o'clock Sheriff Johhson read the death warrant to the men, at the conclusion of which they dressed for the last act. The two Walkers bore up well and Matthews talked piously. At 9:30 their hands were pinioned and the men conducted to the scaffold. As they ascended the scaffold Matthews exclaimed: "Farewell vain Vorld." Rev. Mr. Horn read the scriptures and Revs. Hanks and Grayson sang a hymn. The men had but little to say, the black caps were adjusted and at ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 May 1889

■ .. I 1 A } ♦ 2® i® FUNERAL OF THE KNOBBERS. I last Scenes of the Tragedy Enacted at Ozark, Mo, OKare, Ma, May 12.—Business was vir- tually suspended Friday, and at night fcnots of people gathered in the street The one matter discussed was the awful scenes of the execution. Men unhesitat* ingly state that had the crowd known of the second hanging of Will Walker it would have never occurred. Sheriff John- son is strongly censured. He never saw an execution before and had little idea of how it should be done. He says that he offered to send to Kansas City for Borne one familiar with the business, but the prisoners insisted that he do it himself. • The tragic ending of the Walkers were followed late Friday night with a funeral almost as remarkable. Dave Walker went to the gallows firm in the belief that his comrades of Sparta Post, G. A, R., would see that he had a decent burial. At the last moment that post decided that it could not get sufficient conveyances and there the matter dro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 16 May 1889

7 : ' 1 ■SE SB TI IMS CUT Wl THE GR3JLT *OXXAB WIBUil. Tus Xas* xa Qrvr Vexsxi Tbom i* read by ímt* jí#í>p¿a in i^i Wot4 titas any o?&er p*¿L*¿i¡Jte<J. Wkjr? Be- causa ü <Msa*v Mftrapeafti the Güeat Wo^b íüt eet** 9*per. II J* tie U foe Otia^tEA i ONLY $3.10 POS TES CEESCSET v Ecnawtfe lfanthiy w«qmW A WOSDBUfüí. rUBUCXTÍOX1 ■'- Xl&yiMMM DIHOEMT 8 RIOSTBI.T to be a faabMA tnsgajúno. TMs la a gfoet mistake, jU undoubtedly contri thfi finest Fauno* Dd- raarea*-? of «ay tsagaotoa pebllabod, but ibis ta the cus from the fact thai great entepirla* end ox- *{ ptrieaee aro known, ao that «tea depaJtrnnit is * e'jaaJ to a ma*usina ta Jn Dskorbat's y on £«: a doc en mtfuxixK* in <w«, er.d aecuro amnso- ment end laatnic&ja for tha wtic.le family. It con- tains Stor>a, l^sena. a*d «Hhcr LUfrtrv attraction*, indinUntj Art:«4J<5, £««1 tifie. and i'ouyrWd matter , * fcfcat fc«a*&Ja Ilk* Wert ttnycdS Witkij fca £&*> voád# bebBg II mif kuai^ aS for pa *** a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 May 1889

«S3 '."■y ■g I V n ir - . k >■ amiíiian f YOI. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1889. GEORGE GERLACH. (Í&ÁLSK ik — GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GrAín and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES MD HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots &nd are prepared to srive you LowFkitéL BEFORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & (JET PRICES All Over the Panhandle. FACTS AHD FIGUEHS Q LEAKED FROM OUR BX0HAWG18. The LiterAry £oeiety At Mangum it still in successful operation, Mobeetie lias a very successful term of subscription school in opcr ation. W.C. Henderson has been ap- pointed fc'eti£ty AfcUrney of Potter countv. * The Panhandle Medical Boafd trill hold its next meeting at Hig- gins August 13. Lipscomb is making preparations to celcbrate the glorious Fourth in District Court 'No Country Tourn can Duplicate our pi ice CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. CHAMBERS & HAYS, -DEALERS IN- BOOTS, SHOES & NOTIONS, GEKTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS AND LADIES' WEAR, And all articles in the General Dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 May 1889

\ few * 7* mm ~ ~ m THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. rEEEMA* E. VXlttB, Editor h Pub'l THE WEST. GENERAL PUBLISHED EVER* THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. _ _ THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. a. u' WASHINGTON NOTES. The rumor regarding the loss of the United States steamer Palos is looked upon as a hoax at the Nayy Department. The Péntion 0fl|c? has decided to estab- lish a board óf examining surgeons at Guthfie. £>Mahoma, it having been repre- sented by Congressman PerkinSj of Kau- «as, and others that at" medical board to examine pensioners was necessary there. It is said that there are 600 old soldiers in the city of Guthrie. The ^ followers of Anthony Comstock have decided to fight for the removal of President Edward Henry Kent, of the Mutual Benefit Life Association of Amer- ica. • Secretaries Blaine and Tracy have left Washington for General Augur's country home at Naicirma, near Balti- more. Ihe clerks in the General Land-office are much exercised over the appointment by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 May 1889

1«gSf ;í- íj>Éfi?^í8- . «• 3*4i r«* ^Ur, *, ■■ •- i *. " «* •_.% ■Ml >± , ^ 1 * 1 %: i -: ag 4 a ¥ d THE CANADIAN tKüíftifiNT, fBEWLV B, X1LLEB, Edito* k Pub'* PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CAisrAmATsr. - TEXAS FARMER JOHN'S SOLILOQUY. I mout as well acknowledge, Hain't no nse o' beatin* round, Tve done a heap o* thinkin', plowin* up this Taller ground, An'suthln's been a-painizi'an' achin' me like sin— I reckoned 'twas dyspepsy or malaria creepin' in. At last I got toy dander up, an* to myself sez I: • The biggest fool in natur's him that tells his- self a lie; Tve been, lettia' on'tis malary, an' my stum- mi ck, when I know * It' my conscience that's a-hurtin' an' worryin* me so. *—t —i . - ' <v* h % : ' * Pre been a-shirkin' this here thing for; thirty year or more, An' I had orto had this shakin' up an' setUn' down afore:. I've been honest, fur as payin' goes; not a penny do iowe, But the kind o' cheatin' that I done was the kind that didn't show. My mind goes back to Han...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 May 1889

MM rt* m am % £ v «anadian §rtsftnt. I OID WASHINGTON LETTER. ▲ DEMOCRATIC JOUKKAL. Brtliahcd «very Thursday Morning at Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. "BTCRESCEHT PUBLISHING CO. +t tho Post Offloe Canadian Texa#, a* second ela— matter. Tarms Subscription: One Tear, in advance, $LiO. Sis Months, " *1,00' Three Months, k< .«Octs. Single Copy, § " o advertisements. A j^rtiiMKiU will be inaerted In our ST S?i« < i« s«' « T AA«1 notice* and other matter f*no- wítad among,iT* re,,Hn,r m!Vt"r n™ ¿¿rtod stthe rata of 10 onitt l er me for the flrtt Insertion end 5 c nU per line fir earh succeeding insertion. ]>fal notice, will be í"f<rlJÍ tmím of U cento par line tor the flrtt mser «£ 2d W««tt per line tor each inter- dea IbereelUr. All advertisement*, local end reMjwg notice* Inserted without special eontrect WÜ1 l>e oerried until ordered out and charged for accordingly. All billa ara due ami payable on tne lirtfc day of every month. Theee rata® are made en the baals of Ua...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 May 1889

SKHSSKÉ t :g v L; v. ,t," ÜI OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. DISTRICT OFFICERS. Q*^re*man.—d. W. T. Lsnham* itfstriot Attorney,—Frfemu E. Miller. Mftfrict Clerk,—i. 11. Hopkins. COUNTY OFFICERS. ngr. ' E. K. Polly Sheciir and Tax Collector, T. T. McGee ftsputy Sheriff, A. M. TarblU SUrk, J. K. Hopkins ynauarer^ J. J. Gerlach Attorney, Freeman K. Miller Assessor, - R. C. Nail f^wveror, W. H. H. Cunninghgam COMMISSIONERS. District, David Far >nd 44 Wm. llickard Third " J. C. Turner * William Groom SCHOOL OFFICERS. im Goodwin, H. Longley and J. etaaningham are county Jtxamin Hemphill county. ere for ff. B, Crabtree, J. W, Hsrrington and J. y. Sutherland are school trustees ©f dkarkt number 1. TERMS OF COURT. District Court convenes on the second Hefidaj of J une and Dooember. County court for civil and criminal bus- i^ms convenes on the first Monday of Mmiary.May, Aug*tit and Xovsmber. Commissioner's co \ri convenes in rojru- te session on the se< *nd Monday in Feb- ruary, May4 August -aid N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 May 1889

• - m / -* -v -&* i jMMr ir I* - arssw/ M / m :v I £ I r v. TRAGEDY IN A SCHOOL. A Worthless Brute Kills His Wife and Commits Suicide in a School Iloom at Washington City. Washington, May 18.—Oswald C. Allen yesterday afternoon shot and killed bis wife and then committed suicida in the presence of the scholars in the room of which his wife is teacher in the Jefferson public school in this city. He gained entrance to the building in some way and entered the room urjobserved by his wife. The cbifdrert Were tBe first to see him and * when they Showedt alarm at his appear- ance he called on them not to make any tiotse or ho woald shoot ♦ Mrs. Alfen's attention had meanwhile been attracted and she started to move, but her husband was by this time upon tier and saying "Now I've got you where 1 want you" he fired at close range, the ball takingeffect near the right ear and pass- ing through the head. He #tben turned the weapon upon himself and inflicted a fatal wound, the bullet enteri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 May 1889

33s 7 — w \ > % Mfc ¡I i I Í $ r n i 1> ¥ b i t * é H" f ft CASUALTIES. Long List of Fatalities R©« portecL Thirty or Forty Person* Drowned By Floods in Bohemia—Nino of a Boat9 Party Browned—Five Drowned in Connecticut. PROGRESS OF WOMAN. * The Commanding Position She Now Occu- pies in Industrial Movements. kMMI The Causes of Death* a **v i * sysflwisSps íra- dep- kidneys New Yofcfc, May 20.—The steamer Etruria, of the Cunard line, came into port at an early hour yesterday, bringing nine men of pilot boat No. 5. run down by the Norraandie on Saturday. The boat keeper and an old pilot were drowned. The Nortaandie proceeded on to sea. A collision occurred Saturday night between the Old Dominion stt amer Guyandotte and the Mailory line steamer Cowal. They "Were goin? to sea together, and in the -dense fog the accident happened off Sandy Hoott. The Cowal was towed back to her dock and the Guyandotte continued her voyage. The Servia, which ran. into the mad beside Gednev's channel,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 23 May 1889

: ; / *" , .' íl I • ■ ' I w - \ I ems an nm # # t . the gbeat dollar weekly. TQB Kaxbas Cm WBtKtt Tnaa I tp.3. by sieve people In the West than * * o ¿her paper puJalishcU. Why? Be- lt^ ij better reprei«ftnls the Great ttym way other paper. It id the in the Oklahoma zaevetnent and tlr*t beiUiUUs the West, wt weekly newspaper wit Bfl ta ttio world, boing 12 pasea, §^¿í mp ewry issue, all for only omb tfcers. Western man should take Btal card for inducement! %o ME TOIML Sansas 0ity, 2ffo, TH9 GALVEBTOW NttWg. 4 seUatfa publication was esUk F, and hat at thla tiene a eiroa- pnrehai I good win oC k Its &iabUsbAeat at 1(tfc life tn building f ood name it has o m ONLY $3.10 FOE THE CRESCENT It yob w at a food R li ble He way Paaet with «"lithe Itemcrssts SConthly XigMfet, ▲ WOHDERFCL PUMJCATIOK. Jfacy «ppoee DKHOREm KOKTHtT tob« a fvMtM xno^aaioa. Tfci* la a nwt asirtake. lft u doabte!Jy oot*«ai*is the Sum* Fasbw* D l*A3BT>rB*T of any Hut^aeéuc fmb«íabad, bul ikif Is thi* c.ue fmt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 30 May 1889

' ' • " . , V . ¡#* ■ :a ' ' !9SlS ? ; liSiiiilSPil^ '^-- w **-"**•~V~"- ,:-;•,- -.✓* r f^r - ?v- m~ PlaP %*%£ I!* 3 ! fit -■Wt &''" f - " -'■!«- ■/ --■••';• "' ; *■ - « re%sr$>sMKW - • • - • r¿§&iSS!P¿gg& <r •: - E^plfcJ ,- - i,iP- ■ B?:.'/ tg- Jj« ¿-1-"lif %-■ .:■ .. • 7«s— 1 * ':'":V"*' - 1ásSmi&M - •. •• • -•- • •-*.' . .• ;- -y m mm i i fs t ni VOI. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY3,0 1889. NO. 32 GEORGE GERLACH. ——(DEAr.ER IN GrAin and Flour, All Over the Panhandle FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OCR EXCHANGES. OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to ffive you ir'áj; «W 4 H <i H'ft No Country Town can Predicate our p¡ice canadian,. - TEXAS- eas*«mm * .! F \ r v p ■; y v* i o > j i i ^ i ♦ Amarillo wants to celebrate the Fourth this year. A new church is to be erected at the town of Washburn. Washburn wants some new stock pens and shipping facilities The government will need 2,100,- 000 pounds o'f titty Fort Elliott ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 30 May 1889

jé WMF m . v*1.> ■"«« I V¿! IV" a 3* u | s i i i i I üí 9 HU&E SWINDLE. Coniiecticat Bank Officers Embezzle a Large Sum. New Haven, Conn., May 25.—John G. Bradley, cashier of the Merchants' Na- tional Bank, is said to have been under the surveillance of officers of the law at his residence in Fairhaven. He is charged with embezzlement, the shortage being discovered by Bank Examiner Cooley iv his examination Friday. The bank offi- cers declined to give any information. 'Prosecuting Attorney Dailey is now in consultation with the officers of the bank, and it is rumored that Bradley will be ar- rested. The loss to the bank may reach $100,000. It is said that Bradley and Charles W. Palmer discounted notes with- , out the knowledge of the directors, and it has covered a space of several years. Palmer has been arrested also. The card was issued yesterday after- noon by ex-Governor Bigelow, president of the Merchants' National Bank: To the Public: Certain irregularities have been fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 30 May 1889

ARRESTING SUSPECTS. THE MEXICAN WASP. The Chicago Authorities Making: Arrest* For the Cronin Morder—The Funeral. Chicago. May 27.—Investigations were made yesterday regarding iceman P. O. Sullivan's connection with a secret society of which Dr. Cronin, Justice Mahoney and one Stephan Coakley were members. Coakley, in answer to questions by the police, admitted that he was a member oi the Washington Literary Bociety, which is at 501 Lincoln avenue. The organisa- tion is really a camp of the Clan-na-Gael. At one meeting of this literary society Coakley says Cronin greeted the iceman as an old comrade, and as the meeting was held in March it would appear that the iceman and Cronin were acquainted much earlier than the former will acknowledge. The iceman admitted that he was a mem- ber of the literary society, but refused to say any thing further in that direction. It was reported later that P. O. Sullivan, the iceman, had been arrested. Peter McGeehan, of Philadelphia, waa arrested at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 30 May 1889

'X. ipppc • 1 (■ f ■ • >* i -i?- * ? .;: Í k ••vr* / mt &vmi I >. i 1 % n i f L v K HE fl ft ^PIP >:;;^ V • : ¿ \■ -- • f§ '■:'*- fia;' *? '- $s£$&5 zzxc A DEMOCRATIC JOÜKKAL. BMliahcd every Thursday Morning at Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. BY CRESCENT PUBLISHING CO. §1(1 §anadian jgresttttl.! OUB WASHINGTON LETTER. (From our regular correspondent.) CorporalTanner is getting along swimingly in his avowed purpose of t urning the Treasury surplus into the pockets of the ex-soldiers of the country. So well is he progress- ing that the pension oppropration for fiscas year ending June 30, iá* already xehuusted, notwithstanding immense amount §81,750,000 The payments made by the Treasury de part men t for pensions for one week ending last Saturday, amounted to tbe enormous sum of $11.3S0,0G0 Where tliia thing will end no man can say, but unless I am very much mistaken this pension question wil OH, YES! OH YES! We are Now Prepared TO BUt OR SELL Entered at the Post Off...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 30 May 1889

«TE S«i MgSiíl :.r • ' r.' •'-• • '• 3 ' *"*' * "•* >?'**g?3fcr rw "V i ;' ->r- /■, , v ?:.*•*•.. ,, "V V" ' ^'T í 5 ^ v'á'" 'V"''V iÍK i t& ■ - : > «fS "C ?* m ív- V-tV • si . p • . OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. it, -'!; * I' 4 i i V t * * ■ % v v 'i : ; • 7 :• 1 1 T".- DISTRICT OFFICERS. Congressman.-—3. W. T. Lnnhanr $4atc senuor.—John If. Stephens. JKepresentutive.—A. li. II. l'olar. Judge,-—Frank Willis. lMstriot Attorney,—Freeman E. Miller. &L*trict Clerk.—J. 11. Hopkins. ■aeul $txr;¡graphs. Local lie ins Calculated to Amuse Instruct and Entertain our Readers. T. T. McGee was at Higgins Fri- w o day. \es, wc are to have the bridge re p i i reel. COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge, E. E. Polly Skerift'and Tax Collector, T. T. McGee ileputy Sheriti', A. M. Tarbili Clerk, *J F. Hopkins Treasurer, J.*T. Gerlach | T. D. Hobart was over from Mo- Attorney, Freeman L. Miller. , -Assessor, li. C. Nail beetle v rid ay on a business trip. S. G. Carter, a prominent citizen of Lipscomb county w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 30 May 1889

?.<%&* -ip^i; '&%? TT^W 1 :-;V^f '* '- **- ' -rí«: K2? ■ -^ • ' ' ? '' 'V ,\ . • '. " > >'&; . . ■•> . " * -•%:>-. , , .. , Ü-.^fcS LV, m ■ THE CANADIAN CltESCENT. VBEESLUr E. KILLEB, Editor * Fuh'a PUBLISHED EVER* THURSDAY AT CANADIANS - TEXAS, THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTES. The treasury accountants have com- pleted an estimate of the cash value of the currency, coin and securities turned over to Treasurer Huston by ex-Treasurer Hyatt, and find the total amount to be f722,000.000. The United States Senators who are in- vestigating trade relations with Canada have gone to Sitka, Alaska, to study the seal question. The Chicago & Alton road, through Manager Chappell, has given notice to Chairman Walker, of the Inter-State Rail- way Association, that it must have a more equitable proportion of the live-stock and grain traffic from the Missouri river to Chicago or it will at once take the matter Into its own hands and drop...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 30 May 1889

m O'-JR HONORED DEAD. <k I > i Muy 5 . E happy dead we gave 5 to God, y Who keepeth what is Hi , alway; We lay the violets on the sod, We lay our hearts to yours to-day. Oh, take them, broken and unmeet For that high faith you used to have! The trembling hand, the faltering feet We turn to you, across the grave. The fine resolve, the lofty part That perished liKe a sun-smote flower; 'The silent coward in the heart; The memory of the weakest hour. 'The thing we are not—meant to be— And still go begging grief to make Us, for the iove we bear to ye— Ob, take them all, for love's dear sake. 'Who else in earth or Heaven can know? Like the dear dead, who can forgive? .Again, because we love you so— Be patient. Teach us how to live. "This once again, the scorching tear And aching lips we bring, we trust, Dearer to us the treasure here Than all that stirs above the dust _ ir Oh, happy dead who went to God! Hold, hold us in your love alway. We lay the violets on the sod. We lay our hea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 30 May 1889

Iff ?W> - ¿Tí *, El - . -•••- i¿ i ¿ '"' "'' ■• '-¿ : "- . •>* ™" A"Ui - * *~~:~. - .'.-• ■> ■ ■ -i *'■ ■ ■'" -'- - "i - -Í1 • ~:v ,; ?'■-■■* .* ■> . , .* v-f Pjg :' ,r;;' f ' é¿ :,,_.: :." « t "■ • .- j>/| "•'' §¡¡1 "•••;• \ SWF? •; í PfeSf? - ?. "-... , v- ' ' \v: , " .*( ^¿S&JflLr -;&f •>• i - *£:, , ■?■ ¿i SfllMK£ , L - •• • íW* - ; • v <M Lg i El L i í ' ¿ 1 I i t <^mXf tí TI TOS CITY TUBS, l«¡ ONLY $3.10 FOB THE CBESCENT ▲NO ^^ ^ «.• -4** . ^ Dímccest's Monthly Magazine. A VWDBRFUL PUBLICATION. I 'v.-V.'* i''.:' ' • ,4>v o */ * ff ?.:J i* a / -. a*i.ut* í:i i .-«• .*. la í >:-:x«mK8T*S yon r ' ' T" \ ? :.. ? i l ; .1 < : #1 ?«: ; > <: ^. a O «xrore amu?o- | , *. ;p ' ."v ,'t/í «; t. "f « •'■•;. r f • , |r «.?r:v*í «1 :;t"ItcoP- It vou wo-nt 9 good R~ liable Newsy PaB©i with "11 tlie 4^ . . — \ .M«V m A inwsic r/V: nm GREAT DOLLAR WEEKLY Tn* Kansas City Weekw Tímes is y%ifl by in on* })Cu>pl^ 1u tlie West than any * .\*r piipor ...

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