Canadian Free Press. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 5, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 21, 1887 Page: 5 of 8

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CANADIAN
STOVES,
WAGONS,
BUG-G-IES,
PUMPS,
and WIND MILLS.
PROPRIETORS.
Insurance, Real Es-
tate,
Collecting Agent, Conveyancer, Loan
and Investment Agent.
Deeds, mortgages, leases, bills of
sale, etc., drawn up in strict accord-
ance with laws of Texas. Collections
promptly made. Property rendered
for taxes and taxes paid. All persons
having lands or lots for sale will find
it to their interest to place the same in
he hands of F. II. Snider.
MAIN ST., CANADIAN CITY,
TEXAS.
S, L, STRAUGHAN,
Law and County
Surveyor.
F, H, McHRlllllD,
Attorney-at-Law
& Dpt.Co.Surveyor.
pa u
AND
ZyVcRaplai^el,
Attorneys-at-Law. Surveyors and Gen-
eral Real Estate Agents,
Canadian, Hemphill county, Teias.
City Lots. Farming and Pasture Lands
for sale. Handle lands on commission,
pay taxes, locate settlers on school
lands and make application for same.
All inquiries promptly answered.
BUGGIES, .
WAGONS,
WIND MILLS,
AND PUMPS.
Call on or address
J • Ijav^Ferjce,
Kiowa, Kans, and Hig-
gins, Texas.
Representative Mills
Talks of Tariff Re-
form.
Washington, Sept. 10.—Congress-
man Mills, of Texas, who will be Chair-
man of the Ways and Means Commit-
tee next winter, says the prospect of
reforming the tariff at the coming Con-
gress is good.
"We will have a better chance by
far," said he, "than in the last Con-
gress. The reduced Democratic ma-
jority will be more than compensated
for by the rise of tariff reform senti-
ment all over the country. See what
occurred in Ohio. So far as tariff is
concerned, there could not be a more
Democratic platform constructed than
that adopted at the Democratic Con-
vention of the State of Ohio."
"But what is to be done with Ran-
dall?"
"He ought to be placed in the party
to which he belongs. If I were in the
President's place I would pretty soon
let Randall know where his place was.
No man who opposed my policy should
be recognized as belonging to my party.
The Speaker of the House has a duty
to perform. It will be Speaker Car-
lisle's duty—for, of course, Mr. Carlisle
will be the Speaker again—to see that
none but Democrats are put at the
head of any committees in the House
of Representatives. Especially it' will
be his duty to see that no opponent of
tariff reform and the other cardinal
principles of Democracy be placed at
the head of a committee of such power
and importance as the Committee on
Appropriations. If Randall does not
repent before Congress meets and sol-
emnly declare and engage to be a Dem-
ocrat for the future, he should be left
out among the Republicans in the
organization of the House.
''As soon as Congress meets the
Democrats will be ready to introduce
a measure which will embody the views
of the party on the subjects of internal
revenue and tariff reform. In previous
years we have made the mistake of
meeting unprepared for business, and
the consequence was that for weefcs
the time of Congress was absolutely
wasted. I expect that Mr. Cleveland
will call his' Secretan' of the Treasury
and a few leading Democrats into con-
sultation and prepare a measure which
will embody the principles of the party.
I have no doubt he is consulting Mr.
Carlisle on the subject now. He should
do as Polk did in 1846 when he sent
his tariff bill to Congress, and charged
his party with the duty of supporting
the policy of the Administration.
" There is another class of people
that the President will have to con-
sult, too, before Congress assembles,
and they are the uncertain ones. He
will no doubt, for instance, interview
Mr. Randall. The rank and tile of
genuine Democrats it is not necessary
to consult; he knows how they stand,
but he should certainly come to an un-
derstanding with Randall to find how
he is going to stand, and treat him
accordingly.
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Texas Finances.
Austin, Texas., September 3.—The
Texas Treasury is again fat with funds
the total cash balance aggregating
$1.350,000, including $830,000 of general
revenue and over $200,000 school fund.
The assessments of over 100 counties
so far received show an increase over
last year of 900.000,000 in taxable val-
ues, and it is estimated that the in-
crease in tee State will be 18,000.000
or 20,000.000.
6. M. Baker,
Attomej-at-law,
W. S. Decker,
Surveyor.
er & l^ecl^ep,
LAW s LAND,
t
Cnnndinn, Tpxhu.
Abstracts Furnished,
Titles Investigated
and perfected.
City Real Estate ami Panhandle
Lands for sale. Settlers iocated on
School Lands and application made for
same to General Land office.
f
To the unknown heirs of J.
Spaulding, William Goocher, Jane
Spaulding and other unknown owners
of the James Curtis. Jr., tract of land
located bv virtue of certificate No. 825,
abstract No. 31. and containing 960
acres, more or less, and situated in
Hemphill County, Texas.
You are hereby notified that J. II.
Hopkins, T. T. McGee and S. L.
Strauglian. freeholders of said county,
disinterested in said land, appointed
by his Honor. E. E. Polly, bounty
Judge of said county, special commis-
sioners, to assess the damages to be
paid to the owners of said land, in ac-
cordance with the petition of The
Southern Kansas Railway Com-
pany of Texas, filed the 29tli day of
August. A. I). 1887. the file number of
which is one, for so much thereof as
The Southekn Kansas Railway
Company of Texas may require and
appropriate for the use of said rail-
way, will on the 3d day of October,
A.D. 1887. at9 A.M.. at the Court
House in Canadian, Texas, meet to
assess the damages aforesaid, in con-
formity to law.
J. II. Hopkins,
T. T. McGee,
S. L. Straughan,
Special Commissioners.

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Harm & Ludwick. Canadian Free Press. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 5, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 21, 1887, newspaper, September 21, 1887; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183617/m1/5/ocr/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.

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