The Canadian Crescent. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 19, 1888 Page: 7 of 8
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TO B. OR NOT TO B.
The Boulanger Question Agitating
France—The General Returned
Department dn Nord by an Immense
The German Empsror Somewhat Worse—A
Warning to Bondholders—The Eju-
Paris, April 16.—In th? election yester-
day for the department of the Nord, Gen-
eral Boulanger received 17*2,272 votes; Fou-
cart, 75,781, and Aloreau, 9,643.
A large crowd gathered last evening in
front of the office of the Boulanijerist uews-
paper, La Cocarde. A transparency, repre-
senting Ferry as a ciown turning a somer-
sault, excited derisive howls, while an-
other, representing Boulanger, was wildly
A dispatch from Lille, sent at midnight,
giving the results of the election in the de-
partment of Nord, estimated Bonlanger's
majority at9J,000. The revised vote shows
a majority for General Boulanger of 90.627.
Louise Michel is an advocate of the Gen-
eral. She says she is convinced that he
does not aim at a dictatorship and that the
people admire him for his pluck, and un-
General Du Barails, who has been elect-
ed president of the Imperialist Committee
of Appeal to the people, through the col-
umns of Figaro, vaunts the strong piebisci-
tory position of the Imperialists and urges
that votes bo given to General Boulanger
to overthrow the parliamentary regime
and prepare the way for Prince Victor.
An election disturbance occurred at Lille
late Saturday night, resulting in numerous
The Figaro and other journals deny that
Mr. Mac'.cay has been supplying General
Boulanger with funds for his political cam-
Premier Flcquet presided at, the annual
meeting of the Commercial Union in the
Trocadero. 8ix thousand persons were
present. M. Floquet, in a speech, declared
that the s<$Je guarantee for civil liberty
was political liberty. Republican France
needed neither a protector in time of peace
nor a dictator in time of war if the neces-
sity of defending her honor forced her to
take up arms. 44Wo waut no oue," he
continued, u because now in peace
we have republican institutions, after
seventeen years of exertion, strife
and perseverance, while in the event of
war we have skilled and valiant Generals
who loyally obey t he public powers, and a
citizeu army, the flower of the nation, for
which you all feel solicitude and which
enjoys such popularity among you. It is a
republic of liberty, which has decided to
celebrate the centenary of 17S9 by holding
a universal exhibition. In order to make
the festival complete, lek concord be re-
stored among us, and let us remain a peo-
ple master of its own destinies." The
speech was greeted w ith a triple round of
Berlin, April lt>.—The Emperor remained
in bed until one o'clock yesterday. The ir-
ritation produced by the canula caused fre-
quent attacks of coughing, and disturbed
the Emperor's rest uniil early m the morn-
ing. After rising the Emperor walked in thej
garden and orangery, and received visits
f"om the Cr nvn Prince and Princess, anl
the Grand Duke and Duchess ot Baden.
Later, Count Eulenberg reported verbally
on State affairs. Thousands of people
waited for many hours in Unterden Linden
in the hope of seeing the Emperor drive
out. His Majesty was unable even to at-
It is learned through reliable sources
that Emperor Frederick wanted to extend
amnesty to all Socialists and to recall those
who had been banished, but that Prmco
Bismarck dissuaded him from doing so.
'jhie Emperor is suffering from a slight
catarrhal affection of the trachea, due to
the irritation resulting from changing the
tube. It is reported that the new canula is
a compromise between the large quarter-
circle favored in Germany and the rec-
tangular tube which Dr. Mackenzie gen-
erally employs. Dr. Mackenzie anticipated
the necessity of a change and had the new-
tube in readiness. The Emperor's tempera-
ture is normal. Dr. Bergmann visits the
patient on alternate days.
The Coloque Gazette and other papers vio-
lently attack Drs. Mackenzie and Hovel 1,
accusing them of bungling and incompe-
tence, and insinuating that they were com-
pelled to call in Dr. Bergmann, who really
saved the Emperor's life.
A semi-official warning has been issued
o German holders to sell Russian stock.
Dr. Seweninger advises Prince Bismarck,
who is suffering from overwork and nerv-
ousness, to leave Berlin. He opposes the
Chancellor's going to Varseio, which has
become unhealthy smco the inundations,
and urges him to soj urn at Friedriciisruhe.
the roumanian revolt.
Bucharest, April 16.—The Premior has
stated in the Chamber of Deputies that the
peasantry revolt was serious, and that the
Government had taken measures to repress
it. He announced that the Government
would appoiut a committee to inq lire into
the causes for the uprising, and suggested
a remedy. He also aunounced that when
the present session of Parliament closed,
that body would be dissolved.
Chicago, April 15.—A crew of Burling-
ton switchmen went to the Western ave-
nue yards of the St. Paul road late yester-
day afternoon, with a train of thirty cars.
Úpon its arrival there some SU Paul
switchmen and a lot of outsiders began
to pull coupling pins, and throw them
away as fast as the Burlington switch-
men could replace them. Tbe poliee
attempted to protect the 44Q" men and
finally made some arrests. By this time a
crowd of about a hundred had gathered
and the crowd did not propose to see any
body taken to the station. They rescued
the prisoners as fast as they were arrested
and a lively scrimmage ensued. Finally
a call was turned in which was responded
to by eight additional officers, and three
St. Paul switchmen were arrested and are
now locked up at* the West Chicago Ave-
In a Contemplative Mood.
"Why so contemplative, papa mine?"
said the beautiful Miss Wabash to her
father, the eminent Chicago pork
packer; "is your mind upon business
cares intent ?"
"Yes, dear," he replied, pushing her
away gently; "and you mustn't dis-
turb me now. I have perfected a sys-
tem by which I can make silvered pig-
tail favors for the germ an, and I am
trying to think out something that will
prevent the mint from running entirely
A Healthy Sorrow.
McGuzzle (who has met with a sad
bereavement)—Lend me a dollar.
Friend—You are drunk now.
McGuzzle—I can't help it I've
been trying to drown my sorrow.
• Friend—Give it up, McGuzzle; you
are always trying to drown your sor-
row, but you never succeed. Do you
know what I believe?
McGuzzle—No; what do you believe?
Friend—I believe your sorrow has
learned to swim.—Mocking Bird.
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Best Ingrains, • 65c to .75
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bay it in "pounfl or
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Powder should remem-
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WHEN WRITING TO Ai>VKItTlSKKS,
please say you saw the Advertisement in
WBIL (AS FREE WITH EVERY LOT I
powel cros ley's addition
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Powel Croslet. Cincinnati, O.. does not de
things by halves. He proposes to make this subdi-
vision one of the most successful about Findlay,
and to spare no expense to accomplish that end.
Findlay is having wonderful success—a larger
growth in the same time than any other city in Ohio.
Factories are multiplying, other business interests
increasing proportionately; population 6,000 a year
ago, now 1S.OOO, estimated 25,000 at the close of year;
2.500 new houses built last year—5,000 more needed
this year; 10 miles of street lines constructed, and
others projected; streets Improved in every direc-
tion ; water-works begun; 7 steam railroads; schools,
churches, fine residences and business blocks equal
to any city of its sise In the State. It is favorably
known the world over. %
Natural Gas Is the magic wand that has caused
and is causing this change. Eleven hundred feet
down the drill taps the noiseless, cleanly, invisible
agency which blesses mankind by giving free fuel
and light unsurpassed tor thousands of glass fac-
tories, rolling-mills, furnaces a id other factories.
Findlay is the housekeepers' paiadise. No smoke,
no soot, no ashes, no dust, no wood, no coal, noth-
ing, In that line, disagreeable.
In the vicinity of the above subdivision is now be-
ing constructed one of the largest Industrial estab-
lishments in the United States, the Kellogg Seam-
less Tube and Manufacturing Company's factory,
to manufacture seamless gas, water and other pipe,
intending to invest <700,000 in cash and employ 1JDQ0
men. Other factories are not far away; and Mr.
Crosley is arranging for two factories on the above
tract, which will employ at least 200 men. Other
factories will be erected this year in the immediate
vicinity; a street railroad is projected along Main
Street in front of this property. A station will be
erected at Kellogg, on the T., C.&S.R. R., eight
minutes'ride from Findlay, and trains will be run
to accommodate all comers. If every lot in this tract
had a house on it. they would aU be occupied this year.
A gas well of large capacity has just been drilled
apon this subdivision, also a water well through the
shade trees, constructing
This telegram speaks for itself:
" Fnri>lat, O., March 21,1888.
Powel Croslet, Cincinnati, O.:
" Well finished. Tou have a five-million gasser.
44 D. T. Davis."
As soon as the weather will permit, work wilt be
commenced upon grading the streets, planting
icting sidewalks and laying gas
ire each lot the bene-
ree, and these
tly to comple-
tion. Contracts have been entered into for these
No such offer was ever before made in the history
of real estate transactions!
This tract is in the gas belt, and each lot has an in-
exhaustible supply of gas beneath; it is on the main
avenue leading out of tbe city, and of easy access
to two railroads. It is a beantiful tract on the ridge
dividing the north from the south flow of water.
Not one bad lot in tbe whole addition. It is located
between the north corporate limits of the city and
the Nickel-Plate Railroad.
Notwithstanding all of these advantages, these
lots are temporarily On the market, on the follow-
ing easy terms, placing them within the reach of all:
Price—Main Street lots, SiOO each: other lots,
each; each lot 10x110 to KM feet.
Terms of payment—One-tenth cash at the time
lots are taken, and two (2) per cent, on Monday of
each week following until all is paid, without inter-
est. Liberal discount for cash.
Title bond will be given until one-half or more la
paid, then warrantee deed will be delivered and
mortgages taken to secure unpaid portions.
An unequaled opportunity for Manufacturers,
large or small; Workmen, skilled or unskilled, who
desire employment at remunerative wages the year
round; et*ry body, who want to invest on easy terms
in property that will undoubtly enable them to
realise large profits within a very short time.
Inform undersigned, in person or by letter (In-
closing draft or P.O. Order fort25orM ,of the lot or
lots by number you want. Should the lota you se-
lect be taken, you will be informed and given fur-
ther opportunity to select. Plats of the property
and full particulars sent to all who are Interested.
These lots should all he taken quickly. FIRST
come first served. Call on or address
, FINDLAY, OHIO, Or 74 Johnston Building, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
O- T. DAVIS, Agent, McConlca * Ely's Office, FINDLAY, OHIOi
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