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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 March 1888

pp . mm* •" ■ i i ■' }- j i ► ■ ■ i > t i l; J! It | I w f / j i i ' :4 Wm ■ocal §migraphs. Local Items Calculated to Amuse, Instruct and Entertain our Readers. H. C. Richie talks of leaving soon. £25 A gentleman who had just return The swamps north of town *ere ed from tbe Antral Strip informed us last week that he was at a place Tomorrow i& Good Friday. School Books at Monty's Stand* Fresh Candies at Monty's Stand Cau not the public square be fenced? Joe Heine has had his store build- ing painted. W. C. Ilatliff was in from the W ash i ta last F rid d y. * , . The predicted cod wave for Sun- day arrived on time. Cape Willingham, of Mobeetie, was in town Saturday. Next Sunday i J All Fool's Day and also Easter Sunday. Old Probabilities got in his work this week on the weather. Ducks are said to be plentiful along the river at present. Cla' k Smith is now out of danger and is slowly convalescing. The coal trade received & new impetus the first of the week. Fine Soaps, Toi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 March 1888

Br i ■ #— i—- FLOODS AND STORM. Destructive Floods In Mauacusettg, Rhode Island and New York—Biizzard in Wis- consin. Boston, March 23 —The dam at Quick- stream, one mile above East Blackstone, gave way some time during last ni&ht, causing two bad washouts on the Woon- socket& New England railroad, besides carrying away other dams and three high- way bridges. The length of one of the washouts is 250 and of the other 75 feet. AtMillbury the lock-up had six feet of water in it and it was necessary to trans- fer the prisoners to other quarters. The rubber works at Millviile are stopped by the high water and some of the houses were so badly flooded that the occupants actually had to swim to land. A few houses at Jeffersonville hail their cellars filled with water to the windows. At Wilkiusville the stone manufacturing company's works arestoppec. The brook overflowed and flooded the center of the town. At New Worcester the high water has stopped Curtis & Marble's machine shop...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 March 1888

mm , '■&'£&■ •* I I* 1 { I h - & i J 1 I . ) fot'-fe "h ' gifelgfl C , '< 1 V L K k \ ■ag « Ü * BELATED BLIZZUÍDS. Winter Spreading Himself Over the Lap of Spring in the Usual Fashion. Heavy Fall of Show in Minnesota— Sleet Storms and Heavy Rains Elsewhere. Landslides and Washouts—Serious Floods in Germany—Fifteen Soldiers Drowned and Much Suffering. St. Patji,, Minn., March 26.—Coming as it did, Just when people were looking ior signs of spring, the severe snow and wind storm which raged all yesterday in North- ern Wisconsin, Minnesota and Dakota, seemed specially unpleasant. It ap- proached from a southwesterly direction, being driven along at a thirty-mile gait. The snow, which is very heavy and packed closely, Las fallen to a depth of from three to five inches. In St. Paul it began faUirfg at ten o'clock yosterday morning and con- tinued until dark. Street car travel was abandoned, and pedesir.aus experienced great difficulty in rnak jg their way about streets. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 March 1888

' • - am h * m&h¡¿ ' "* ar" .ii insert !\'S\^iY\ít If, . V- A uta r fi\r,ñ Im k of rail wa v facilities fortruv* L The greatest Country c i the New South-wé^t, A AT ELL WATSKED KEG ION. This vast region is well watered, end in this lx ¿pect is far In ad* anee of other loo;, 1- tties that have attracted large attention and IramigrUion from the older states. The Paladaro, Wolfe Creek. Cold water Xteii AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—A C:U:i- TY IN P0PULATI3,". HEMPHILL 00SN1Y, 0 I ts Resources, IN SOIL AND PRODUC- TIONS- THE BANNER COUNTY Canadian, the County Seat and the largest Panhandle Town uruer t>\l grants o ; to the state of r7 Texas. What belongs to tue state are known as "school land.'* These ormerly ocecupied each alternate seetioa. Hail roads to which grants have been made also own each alter ^ate section. School lands can be If you want a good E liable Newsy Paper with all the Deer.Washlte.Swcet -ut«, from the state by any per3on in quantities of 160 acres and multiples thereof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 April 1888

iü Je mm: , . . / fir • A - . ^ ? -.. .- -.♦V -*- '-■ <vw v v 1 **- ' siivv E;#r I a. If } \ «y~ ^*f vol. 1 canadian, texas, thursday. april 5, 1888. NO. 23 R. D. MCKNIGHT. —- DEALER IN HARDWARE, STOVES and TINWARE. C TIT LEU Y, G UNS, AMM UNIT1 ON, BARBED MIRE, WAGONS, PLOWS. IMPLEMENTS, PUMPS, WIN DO W GLASS, GASOLINE: FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, WALL PAPER, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES. GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE All Over the Panhandle. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. f lamps, clocks, oils and GENEBAL HCUSI FURNISHING GOODS- ALSO A FULL LINE OF COFFINS AND CASKETS. LARGEST STOCK IN THE PANHANDLE! CANADIAN, i . . < TEXAS. GERLACH BROS. & CO. (DEALERS IN) A new hotel has been completed recently at Miami. Mangum will soon toot a brass band so it is whispered. A farmer's alliance association is in prospect in Wheeler county. Twelve houses are now completed in Cresswell, Ochiltree county. County candidates are beginning to get ripe in Lipscomb county. Lipscomb county sold land...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 April 1888

yf* fJVWSP ' 4' \ ..-ÍW! f£ illi! DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. ruipUnary Fight Between Man and WIf« Both Fatally Wounded. Chillicothe, Mo., March 3L—A terrible fight between man and wife occurred here at noon yesterday, which will probably re- sult in the death of both. The parties are Jir. and Mrs. J. U. Gillespie, who were married a year ago in California and came bere last August, and Gillespie was raised here, and met his wife—a widow—in Cali- fornia. He had been very jealous of her of late, and yesterday upbraided her with tier infidelity. There were no witnesses to the fight and the first intimation of trouble "was when the woman ran screaming from the house with the blood flowing from a ghastly wound in her throat, and she wasr met by Dr. Bora Green, who was passing, and improvised a temporary bandage and stopped the flow of biocd, but the woman "was unable to speak: A crowd gathered and went to the house Where Gillespie was found leaning against a tree in the yard with the blood stream...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 April 1888

l«—*'■ - N <■ \ B 1 I ■ Í h i \ < R WILD TIMES. Tkree Colored Men Shot by White Man in North Leaven- % worth. BEAUTIFUL OOLORS* A Frenzied Mob of Negroes Overpower the Police, but Fail to Obtain Revenge. A Shocking Tragedy in Kansas City- Fatal Land Dispute—Infatuated Lover Killed. How the Poplar Is Utilised In Producing Popular Shades. "It is not known outside of the trade, and not known to every one in the trade for that matter, to what we are indebted for odd but rich and beautiful shades of yellow, green, orange, brown and red that are so fashionable and so much admired in ladies' dress goods, and which first ap- peared five or six weeks ago," said a dry-goods dealer. "What is the secret?" inquired a re- porter. "There is no secret about it," re- plied the dry-goods man; "no one seems to have mentioned it, that's all. Those peculiar shades are the produc- tion of the common poplar wood in all its varieties. The young branches and shoots of poplar trees are used in obtainin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 April 1888

WP. I m&k •■. ■' s I it -i':;.K'v^ j - '- g&ÉTipí a mBkI¿ '•• i J ■ ' '1 ■ • i ■ i - .4 ■ - ." ._, Vi® s II ' >S_ ; 0/^ ¡¡¡¿anadian (£rextent Published every Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Entered * at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription . One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " $1.00- Thubsdat, - ArRiL 5, 1888. There are in Texas more than 25,000,000 acres of superior public lands foi sale to all actual settlers at from $2-00 to $4-00 anacre und on forty years' time at a low rate of interest- Hemphill county will soon be re- ceiving her full quota of immi- grants. She has been a little slow about starting off, but when she sets her best foot foremost some- thing is bound to be accomplished. Her lands are good, her soil fertile and she has inducements to offer that are second to none. The Democratic convention to nominate a presidential electoral ticket for the state will be held at Fort Worth on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 April 1888

.V :; . ■■■ . ■ ! ¡ik; j¿á¿* ■ ^ vr~ -'■ •>' Trk d <* WifflW;- ass i 1 i I t j I * /" " CHURCH DIRECTORY. / METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services at lio clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. on the second Sunday in each month. W. A. CoorEK, Pastor. . METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. Services at 11 o'clock a. in. and 8 o'clock ]). in. on the first Sunday in each month. W. Ii. Harris. Pastor. BAPl 1ST. Services at 11 o'clock a. m iind 8 p. m. on the fourth Sunday in each month. j, p\ Eldbk, Pastor. UXICN SUNDAY SCHOOL. Meets <■-very blindar morning at 10 o'clock. 3£rs. L. M. McKkight, Supt. ,ocnl paragraphs. Local Items Calculated to Amuse, Instruct and Entertain our Headers. Who got fooled Sunday? The spring opens grandly, The tree crusade languishes. T. M. Lewis wa3 in town Sunday. Easter eggs were searce in this burg. Ó. W i Akins has recovered his usual health again. The prairies were on lire east of town Saturday night. Joe Reynolds went to Mobeetie Monday to attend court. G. W. Watson, of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 April 1888

*V ] jjr I c ¡fe i 8 g. * PlP §C * . * - é%£Vr".*¿T> ■■ BB^-SS - • * YV - á 3S f^fl¡9R£ BBSH^sliii^ ; HBBfejté íHte t «&; ; ;> •i w; *%. • r :-:^ - ■^V";- * ' •' _ ■■---. : - >' : «raigl fe|ESÍÍ W- -S^JÍÍ- ¡iiss S^SlIPl si".. 1K *-: .. SI mm m - - tég&kl THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. TKBSMASt E. MUX.SB, Editor ft PuVr. published every tuuesdat at CANADIAN. - TEXAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. In the Senate on the 20th petitions were presented asking equal protection for agricult- ural products; restricting foreign pauper im- migration, and for the election of Senators by the people. A bill passed appropriating 15,000 to pay the funeral expenses of the late Chief Justice Waite. Senator Cullom, from the Com- mittee on Territories, reported a resolu- tion declaring against the admission of Utah until it is oertain that polyg- amy has been abandoned. Commit- tees reported and the Senate took up the House bill to provide for the purchase of United St...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 April 1888

. • THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. . * E. XIZ.Z.SB. Editor * Pub'r. \l i«. t iSBSv PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. BABY'S. A baby:s lips are charms complete, Lil:e red rose-blooms the brown bee sips; Por love's best kiss what is more meet Than baby's lips? In streets past where the blue sl*y dips, Where Angels congregate and greet, Doth aught these earthly joys eclipse? Dew-laden, toward the light and heat. No scented bk>om its calyx slips in all the worjpcould make more sweet A baby:s vV baby And brigl 'TisHe A baby's Its sw Its innoc Its mag Old age, Grows yo! To kiss—what A baby's chee fc where beauty blooms iles play at hide and seek— plendor which illumes cek. s blesses still the meek, the wicked dooms, eth strong the weak, s amongst the tombs, ain, however bleak, ven itself perfumes— A baby's word, akin to tears, So newly coined, doth blessings gird Fcr every human heart that hears A baby's word. The most melodious song of bird, The freedom of the spring that cheers,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 5 April 1888

: The Panhandle! The greatest Country ef the New South-west, AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—A COUN- TY IN POPULATION. HEMPHILL C0UN1Y I ts Resources, J IJ\T SOIL AND PRODUC- TIONS- THEBANNERCOUNTY • ^ Canadian, the Conntv- Seat and the Largest Panhandle Town. HAS A GOOD LOCATION AND SU- PERIOR SURROUNDINGS. THE LAUD FOB A MAN WITH SMALL MEANS. The Place for New Homes sad Ex- cellent Investment* THE FANUAVDLB. The Panhandle comprises all that v-^st region of country lying south of the Neu- tral Strip and between Indian Territory and New Mexico. It contains twenty- seven counties of which only six are or- ganized at present. It is about 160 miles square, but a little longer north and south than east and west. Within this vast re- gion is found every variety of soil, surface and productions. The surface varies from the brakes and sand hills in the eastern and southern parts to the wide plains and rolling prairies of the west and south. IN TOKNOWN.LAND. Until quite recently the Panhandle was an un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 April 1888

...M ■ i9rc ' " ?*' '-• , ;{ VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1888. NO. 24 ¡t I ] I * B 1' j. w reynolds, — :Wholesale and Retail Dealer in: FEED STUFFS, GRfilNS AND SEEDS, ~~~GEXEttAL DEALER IH-^ IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS, HARROWS RAKES AND PLOWS, BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS. GENERAL, AGENT FOR THE BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES. > WILL DUPLICATE A-V Y PRICE IN THE PAN- HANDLE- WRITE FOR CASE PRICES- "PAYS HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS. MAIN STREET, - - - CANADIAN,^TEXAS. GERLACH BROS. & CO. (DEALERS IN) GROCERIES, DRY GOODS Grain and FlouS, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and «are prepared to give yon low Fisr-ires. BEFORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES All Over the Panhandle. facts and figures gleamed from our exchanges. 'No Country Town can Duplicate our price f CANADIAN, - TEXAS. E. Finch, President IIkxry Hamburg, Vice-Pres F. S. Lord, Cashier THE TRADERS BANK, rOF> CANADIAN, TEXAS. CAPITAL STOCK, - - - - o $50,00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 April 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT, PKEEMA2T S. K1LLEB, Editor ft Fub'r. PUBLISHED BVEBY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS* Thb Senate on April 2 passed the House bill granting a pension to Mrs. Logan. The Memphis Bridge bill was considered at some length, amended and passed. The Bond Pur- chase bill then came up as unfinished business, and was discussed until adjournment In the House Mr. Mills, chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, reported his tariff bill. Mr. McKinley submitted the minority report, which was ordered printed. Several bills and resolu- tions were introduced, and after arranging meas- ures to be acted upon to particular days men- tioned the House adjourned. In the Senate on the 3d a petition was presented for United States troops to be sent to Chicago as a protection against the Social- ists of Illinois and Iowa. Mr. Riddleberger finally got his resolution up to consider the Fish- eries treaty in open session, but Mr. Edmun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 April 1888

mA rr He *■' i&a £:i*K ^3® " - * ' -- HSR 1 WM -i-V ri \* I \y á , ¿ B % 11 \ ■ u % ■ m * V } ¥• mm H' > - m THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ■ • -TBEEMAar E. MII1I1EK, Editor k Pnb'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. AN OLD-TIME PEDAGOGUE. '^lowly, adown the village street. With growing cane unci faltering feet, .Heroes each duy, through cold or heat— Old Duddy Hicks. me hair is scant upon his head, ilis eyes are dim, his nose is red, And yet his mien is stern and dread, Old Daddy Hick3. The village lads his form descry While yet afar, and boldly cry, iFor bears are scarce, and rods are high): 4'Old Daddy Hicks." Rut when their fathers meet his glance, They nod and smile, and Wok askance; He taught them once the Modoc dance— Old Daddy Hieks. .Hov; long we cl'ng to servitude; How long we keep the school-boy's mood; Still seems with awful power endued Old Daddy Hicks. They feel a cringing of the knee, Those fathers yet, whe«e'er they see Adown the walk p:*ce solemnly Old D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 April 1888

# M Hawaiian <¡¡re8t¡eut Published every Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, u $1.00« Thursday, - April 12, 1888. There are in Texas more than 25*000,000 acres of superior public lands for sede to all actual settlers at from $2-00 to $4-00 an acre and on forty y tars' time at a, low rate of interest• Some Clings on school land hare recently bten canceled because the applicants were not actual settlers, and they may be prosecuted for perjury in swearing falsely. Viola- ters of tho law should be held strictly accountable, and where fraud has been practiced should be severely punished. THE BENEFITS OF SMMIGÜA- TION. .•••...........•«...o* • The national debt was reduced moro than $11,000,000 during March. When Texas accumulates a bur- plus she reduces taxation. Congress may well follow her example. In the Panhandle there are 538...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 April 1888

m <r áfteií' ÜMf* I ; \._ f i I • l si Ij ■ $ m% 'i ■ i I « I 1 M I I I* !> .. ? i < ■ 4 ' i' 8 r ■ «V i • • * ; i CHURCH DIRECTORY. ' METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Serv ices at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. on the second Sunday in each month. W. A. Cooi'kk, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. Services at 11 o'clock a. ra. and 8 o'clock p. ra. on the lirst Sunday in each month. W. L. HASBIS, Pastor. BAPTIST. Services at 11 o'clock a. m :ui(l 8 p. ra. on the fourth Sunday in each month. J. F.Elder, Pastor. UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL. Meets every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Mks. L. M. McKkigiit, Supt. THE MAILS. Mails Daily Irom both north and south Post Office open every day but Sunday from 8 o'clock a. m. till ii p. m. Open sunday from 8 to 10 a. m. and from r> to 1) p. m. Jíe«,ri8try Department closes every day at 0 o'clock p. in. M. A. Locke, P. M. [oca / ffaragraphs. Local Items Calculated to Amuse, Instruct and Entertain our Readers. Try a sack of O. B. patent. The straw ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 April 1888

ñ TÉf'jffSP^SBÉ MMÉ Wmm >/ •'; * ' r ' •• • • '. '•¿mv _., tí , fm. í "■ . £- m ' yíi -«:, - •>, 3 :""- 1 . .'• - «Sífe " " mvs 4R&?Í| .'if- •*. p* ;; *. ( '• ' - ;. • W l tm*í sfggfrje' WSm¿. M -*- - i>5' : - ;.••>• - *tm ■•'■■■ i" í .- ■ ■ ■ -• ■ .'A, ; . \ '/í- 'C- TÍ4'" " -mm -um % *■•■■ ,%;-*■* " J"- i ' ■'•■v * • Y ' ■ ■ ■'*■ V. í- f '"fr\ ?*•>-'- ■'" l- Z: "** ' - :4v? '--i V -i - . 4*V ■"-• ' ' :-.• - « "V- *- =i " V- -■ - • ' ' \ -* * * • '- a f :i*\ ■ v' rNGALLS' TRAITORS. What shall I say, then, of Hancock, the heavy weight tighter, Wiofield Scott Hancock, aman idolized by the army, He wbo so often had periled his life for his people, Shedding his blood for his flag and the Union so freely, Giving himself, as some thought, to his country so freely? What was he doing when fighting, or seeming- ly fighting, Grossly deceiving the rank and the file of the army, Falsely pretending to offer his life for the # Union? What was he doing at Gettysburg, where he f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 April 1888

gmi . - m: lllli * í v I I < if 1 I [^ j Í. L \. ■ s II r i1 I & ■ n J V* J 1 :1 ) & f I ■ I I i I I f I J \ A I B K a TROUBLES IN IRELAND. Attempts to Revive National League Meetings Lead to Conflicts. The Meetings Generally Suppressed— The Berkshire Regiment Charges at Kilrusb. SIGNING A LIBEL. Ten Persons Seriously Wounded—Many Others Bruised and Beaten—Polica- men Injured. Dcblix, April 9 —Saturday night some policemen who were trying to prevent t he ereelion"of a platform at- Kilrush for the meeting announced to bo hold yesterday Avere pelted with stones by a mob and were compelled to charge the crowd. Many civilians were badly injured. Mr. Tanner, member of Parliament, held a meeting outside Macroon at ilve o'clock yesterday morning and burned a copy of the Government proclamation. At two p. hl, the advertised hour, ho attempted to hold another meeting, when the police re- moved him fr m the ground. There was only slight excitement. About (5,000 persons belonging to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 12 April 1888

mw The Panhandle! The greatest Country cf the New South-west. in none of its parts is any longer to suffer from lack of railway facilities for travel. A VTEtó WATEfcEl> REGION. This vast region is well watered, and in this respect is far in advance of other local- ities that have attracted large attention and immigration £om the older fftafcs. The Paladuro, Wolfe .'Creeks Cold water. Eed Deer, WashitavSweetwater, and the Xorth *ork oRiver, with their various trib- utaries and feeding springs, are all found in this region. Its rainfall is also far above the average in western countries, ranging from 25 inches to 40 inches in the various years. According to universal experience the 'rainfall is increasing as the country becomes settled and tails under the plow of the husbandman. AN EXCELLENT CLIMATE. As far as the climate goes, it is all that can be desired. Winter Very short an i ijy soil and produc-\ the temperature seMtrtn falls to zero as the AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—ft C0UN-- TY IN...

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