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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 August 1871

- A d v1¿¡ iff Specie-. ! 1 inc,J> or lcRS> constitutes \ *1196# TvSC-¿Ir ' n-¿ :'M|| >..::: r^í s>4 - í'J • •'•' If ll i fr'iTf ■ Voftaitoe íVii - ■■•:■ - *<•?-■-■ 1 equate 2 squares 3 squares 4 pq naris 1 column § cbhimfc i column t column .72 5a . g getter epof Enterprise N amber Devoted to mow i 32 .80 WEAtHERFORD, PARKER COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, ,871. ' ^ *—E '—^ -1 : 1 JO column j S0 nly minorities BCWSfTw""" - mm * - ■ ÉfeipÍÉl I *■« I ilm j am j Gin—ft M&y JirfcnHfe'* M "JfcSjk o-Msd¡¿al grt^u«fc>.ef ■É'nea^e.jtt THOMAS BALL, . * ; Áymat .,«# jPw*#*- * áuü P le.gu^n^es togfve the treatment of dis- eáical Scflmrní ^trien ;í '■ ; r.'7" rTtülHBI AGER G. W. AKÁBD, K'S Yfí'AGER & AKAKD, ^ B«i - ?«rrb practice of es MEDICINE .and SURGES s ra¡ fi ~~ H. F. HENSLEYl ~~ ATTORNEY AT LAW, [vlnt-ly] "Weathebvord tfcxaa V?AL & STKfBLING, A TTO KE Y A T LAW, PALOPIKTO, PALO PIXTO COUIfTT, TEXAS. ^ ^•Collections promptly atfeftded to ^ and respectfnl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 August 1871

n-. -*"'- coMv v.iVf*v# w* •. cn r«rr^ *• v ^f.ithcrtovdf AUGTST 26. 1871. saturí>ay. & in Congress, For Representative JOHN C. CONNER. Election Eighteenth ot October. For Representative CAPT A. B. GANT. Election Twenty-eighth of August•. uext Leirifclature. in Ocrober. * The Democratic Executive Commute of Parker Comity nnnouncc CAPT. A-B. GAM f> thia District. Election 1 October. We are authorized and requested to .. iriSFPIf KOBTNSON, of Hod non nee J Ob n't this Di- Elec tí(H A competent .school teacher wants a situation. See advertisement As we go to press on Friday evening a fine rain has commenced felling in good earnest, m Election for Representative postponed. Sec Davis'election proclamation in seventh column. Our friend Sisk offers for sale valuable town property. Advertisement famnf in. another column- The Fort Worth hotel is offered for sale or rent.' It is a good stand and a valu- able property. Tribute of respect from the Weather- ford Encampment'"So. 30,1. O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 August 1871

m' i t> . - • : . i I ¿-¿'0^.- ■ *' .V- ;..V ••> '• / I V i I -I ' 1 pi* T : I ' I r I f\.. l-lC¿«.C«..g tU.S.. - • •■■■« I lo fbttud in cur ccfurana to'day from Fort Hay«, *£st;s&s. There is one illustration, at least, in this letter that may fee taken for granted, for we have bad some experience of this matter here in Texas. We allude to Ifee ele- gant er.se manifested by the United States troops in their Indian hunt- ing excursions. v\ hat have we to expect herefrom such sent out to pro- tect our frontier? Have the^. ever accomplished any thing iu the way of chastising the Indians, or afiford- jng protection to our citizens ? It .it oi rare occurence that they get into a fight that we have forgot- ten the time since they they were severely flounced by the red-skins near Lainpassas, the whole com- pany compelled to retreat, and the Captain killed. There remains but one thing left for the U. S. authori- ties to do, if that government is really, in. earnest about the pro-,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 August 1871

■ ;2 - Svi •■¿tv J*--- - . Vu •• ' • "f^gf \ - 1 ;■■. \W ■ ¿Y- ~ M~ ■ ■ V m MbSICAX Ban'WTS. — Dispatches from Matamoros, under date of the 4th of August, say that bands of Mexican robber# continue to commit depredations on the Texas side of ! robbers. 'iii, . 5 A k -T;${ iif the line. That notorious Mexican Hhief and highway robber, who years ago carried on an extensive buaines# •of the same sort on Texas' soil, and for wi.ioh he ha* ncvor yet been pirn- ished by the United State?, büc has been rewarded for hU gallant deed with a Generalship by magnaniwoa Mexico, gives protection to these Ttir-r n™ nQt t0 be sn wo reflect that rican Government has bo* como notorious for its imbocility in affording to protection to iU citi- iioni. Indeed the day has come w hon no nmn need take prido in claiming American citizenship, for .the truth is the Government neither commands respect at homo nor abroad. Whilo Grant and his hat4eqnin fol- lowers are running frantic after a new slice of niggerdo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 20 January 1872

ft'-.4 f ITS M I • rUOLISlIEb EVERT SATURÍUT. v ** M (Coia--ia Advance.) *{?n< }W, eix Montps, - Months, TW .75 \ no £ —— Pa THOMAS BALL, Attorney «ad Counsellor at Law, WKAtHEHKORD, TfcXAfl. W. £. KUCiHES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WKATHERVOSD, TKXAI. H. P. HENSLEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW, [rlnl-ljl Wkathervord Texa VEAL fc 8TBIBLING, A.T TONE Y AT LAW, PALO PINTO, PALO PIKTOCOÜXTT. TEXAS. CyCollection promptly attchoed to <S HENDRICKS. ¿t -SMITH. . ATTORNEYS AT LAW, and Land Agent , \il9-ta j FpRt Worth Ta ■' i ■ ' i <ii i 1)11 • J. A. WOOLFOLK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Weatherford, Texas, Will practice his profession la all theoourts ef the 5th Judicial Diitriot. Prompt attention giren to Qolleotions and •ad the payment of Taxes for resident Landholders. Befar to Messrs J. A. it A. 3. Fain, Jne. A. Good et, W«atberford, Texas; Hon. Henry Pir tie, ColliChaa. J. Mear, A. Harris sad Dr. J .tí. Boarman.' Louisville. Ky. 2-1-ly DB. J. H. LONG, located at Veal' Station, Offers his profession serrioo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 20 January 1872

„ ■ ptiun09 to H kxbkk.—it y%u lio not koflfjour paper, cut tht* oat and j'B ^ pat it wfioro yna,oan find It: i A surveyar'i chain it.4j olc* ór 7lí feet, divided info 100link*o 792 M*ets< inches. MTfa,«'«lt A square chain is 16 square jieie*; 4 and 10 square chains are in aefdi ° Four roods are «n acre, each oon- tnining 1,240 square yards, or 84,- 4 yards 28 inches on 767 feet, or 24 yards each side. A pole is 3i yards each way. An aere is 4,840 square yards, or 00 yards 1 foot iochcs each way ; and three acres are 120 yards and a half eafch way. A square mile 1,780 yards each way, 'is 640 aerea; half a mile, or 41') yards cach way, is a park, or farm, or 40 acres, and a furlong, or 220 yards each way, is ten acres. p T. D. XOR1 mmm fíákf*¥éltft Texan* Tempi# of Hoao* Merts at Ma*oatt bad 8atu H, M, Kid wat eatWrfhrdl L I f. ri Meets at the Muouio Hall, the lull Friday* la each meatlk, D. W. SPEXB, CU P. 8. IT. Mii.ijkin. Scribe. ¿g- Ziames! GREAT REDUC" ■■ ■ iéé m IPtoM! onin ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 20 January 1872

ürel \Vl£A'Wti;itKot;t>, TeXüí, 2¡r0í(litur : «ir:—Híiving n few day Hipee ot t wir'n t«> go tlirtmgli tlio fui- i-i:ur«- «-Mjiliiiclsmerit of Mesura Car- m o «i l.i wi;, 1 wns struck with the h u neur and system ealtibilcd. i JVmI worraited iu myiirg tiiat'lio t ui.tfü'i ctoi v in í.'i rtlnvcstcrn Texas r it ' 'iüáI it in niiTtunt of material, úc hiifis it r ii)üiiutiictQrU)g,or in the sty le Ri.d tinieh nt the article* man- uhutttrfd. • ' Here in a firm that, without any Voise or extra flourial)es, ^tave hail' i!j>a lurge trade in oar minet, and that is saving thousand* of dollars to the county. Every man in the community is in- terested in the success ot this under taking. Here are experienced work- man brought from a distance,at great expense, to meet the wants of this community,and it is generalty known that buyers here demand the beat that cau be had in that line. This .firm make a speciality of build- ing Koad Wagons and Buggies, and those wanting the best, need not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 20 January 1872

t SATURDAY. JaXUANY A. S. JleCrtmnnt U an authoriuid agent for i hi' 'rimen in Hood oantity. -tV-l- 1 I1--LB il J LJUliJLil Seocttrny notices from Hood co. * • . ——- ' - -I lion. Jfohn 0. Conner paid Sher- man a Hying visit abont the 1st ihat. Tltorons U. Brown died At Jack - fioro, on «he 2Uth ult, of pneumooia. District Court will open at. tiiis plnco on the first Monday in February (5 ¡Hot, the celebrated steeKpea milker died Jin London on- the Htk instant. ' '*S5f " mm 1. O. O. F.—Tha lit-nnd Lodge af tin; State will moot in the city of (Jul ves ton, on the first Monday in February aust. (jovernor Caldwell, ot North Caro- lina, shows the increase of the State debt under Radical management to bo S24,rjOO,0C0. we are stances en pie sheet, we gretatlts demise. The town wats tea .§hi fercd W. K. Fosten to Accomplish that emi. The taught ffotn thrr ttlJ StsUi li lime«t, and the paper markaMy. Tl known as the printing hlÜ, our Kadle^l'Legi en pio orgaan spi 'hi the 8tate a mint in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 6 November 1878

^vr¡ . ■ v.. : > <r r-'í-. W' '1C i íjg ■ Vj L 0r ^ __ ^11 f IM fifi Jl, JM • 1 I /•. ort t — rf 8. H, MiniHenU !_ I m^dt.p. reSf®***1- „• ' %" ^ i^Order* )(ft «i W* S. ri" CjEnP^1 JsC^Lk te r '.■trJLL- mm 6$Ü *' niüB ge p Lili | I ., Ofte* •< aif , an 1 r- & E. A.'LeeeJ ; r«i4«o •a. íM? P¡WflSi $sfl í a3 '•' %LW - -Ausfl *« ~"mj' ,t"M- OM(t«TirJ(vM>M«ri. «i**-* it * b jurn .gSvíírí'-ir'*'-HVi #3'.' MS", . '• >C yr. L, ut ( ';' • v w¡m v' * ítá. §É&:lJÉÍ :" •' * LÍTZKOTH, tS ANO BUILD or ford. X«*tti I ; ■W-- HH F . - mü shop, oortior ol 3<>"lh "f"| J®1" ¡ -IIATU SBIF^ | '.citkrlntWlJiiil'" ' " lectlojji (MH c p«)' tt*c «o* ■■■■■ #«■ ESSEmEMÍ , HcBBav «* ;ü" r . Rk^i'.V' .. w.. • ¿ _ SlLiÉii ' íyV.1 nbU (t r«rl, Jo'? M)ui|i-'' •vV¡—r QTV, m^MMwñ lacrfoi iTIan dKÍ kciautt, i <||(i g«íiw*1 V\S9íl 1 el ici 3 ¿ Q1 ° Jf u B HHtfytf , . i 'TRACTOS. Iiuiljing , 1.. . i«t> nntorial* fe.!' lord fC BUEY , &•* AT LAW yta MJL ourTijor * V' <>«£ i. .,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 6 November 1878

C*|MV Wea •>TW ■i _ Hl.lVllie wW lure for Mienta Uw w flut nifkea tte largMt of people. For this place aad all wo«t of H. «he WMATHE&POBD *1 had mmmm ■***£<& paper west of Fort" Worth, Wl •r Dalla*. wr ; i I: '«•qe* *ee°l*ed to bold oatfcat THE TIMES Has «lightly changed it aaoa) "V iwne day. Cirt-umataucee ova* ich we bad oo eoatrol, kept back Od J>ply of p«per, and disappoint? 8"[arj|iv¡ng paperos Friday and vote or of the killed aad I* out of our __ m tv not aceord with the iilem of r « me bat irbeo tbey wilt consider 'Hat we eannot print the Times wit hunt paper they will probably acquiesce in onr docisiou. At least ire hope so. . The Connty Commissioners Court Will be organized with Judge Jlcnsley, E. J. Cana'fax, W. B. Gar- isou. Henry Williamson, and W. S. Fickarri. These are reliable gen- tlemen and well known in their re- apccli ve diatrictaftn well as through- out Parker. If tbey do not prove popular with the n uhstm we will certainly be mistaken. Tbey un-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 6 November 1878

tío , opon elements pressnre and %be part flve ye«rs bsve litica. and «wait®d 'people of the couutry to or source* 01 rene* ""« ■ •* pamlyxation of before known iu America. vt have he*rd (he P"®* Sypgp*"' are! t 'Hut rol led the ■sent and owned their own State. Maine elected two Greenbackerv to Congress Democratic aid, and created wide .AfttCad disorder among the faJihfal. - ,Throughout the e*stera and middle Btate?, a* well a* In the west, thi new elementa hare been aud area disturbing monster in the bod; pol itic. Iowa yielded to the pressure and her Republican column of nine was broken slmeat in twain by the eloction of i wo Greenback i to Congress tbrapgh the assistance of Democrats., I The home of Mor* icks, in Indiaua, wcdly Republican, and elected De Lu through M*tm the At ¡"4 i*apáfw ■ *:M . , * ' limited in i destral—., front, every. ton and * Hen heretofore fell from grai Martyr, a Greeubaeker, similar influeucos. Iii New York, New jersey, Pennsylvania, and possibly in Vir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 6 November 1878

r ■ i - 1 •-* E r'" """ ■ B. b- .69 _ ,m Bireel, \ " r MB*' l - — I ~£¿.*< * He®" "®"'* I Mr. J. H.. ' i« sole s cc TO.>, K# r . if the Oldest, the Cheapest, M. o. ELLIS. msmm 1 , : •* t i Ellis &. auknts fob .? ; fish Brother's ■ upers and ' ' ' '■ ' ' - j ^ 1 '• ¿gr-' ¡3^ J - m . vrC- ; '-• «-■ ■ yo «x Plo\rs, ( H« FORT ww .«, .«« ■ . — : — ' ' ' .Ml Established In 1MO. B§Pi iligi fa ^ :<"• "iS - V vf5ife .'-ri-'íí "rJ'-f ri-5\ Qialit? is tte tm test MilA •' J-S- ■ Sp^te''?- ■ 111. ■ a I [l ' oifcr In oí i ' « LB AND nvWAU), ■ ■ •oelr stnuuaru ' TEAS at 50 cts. per lb. COFFEES 25 cts. — Li'XUMí í • ft -

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 21 April 1883

m ¥?s sf r> 8- Hi ■K'?tS^S&j ***> ■fc i'i, ,SjS§§t> ML.16. I>r. J. J. IuKo, of P.lo PiMto brought cloren fine Jersey Wooded <*a o ,u ,0"'ii, last evening. Thcv nrc beauties. The general impression «com* to pmnil that flor,. Hmm. J. Randall, «ill reap u,e reward of an honest, «•onaci coitions ,(nhIic ,t(nvar(1 through lirn .triumphant election of "peaf;er of the Forty-Kighth Con- gress. í I with lincere regret that we ninionn.ee tho death of Captain ¥,. M. .Daggett, of For* Worth, which in Fun with, «¿7 a-m., ? r '"^y. bU 784 vo~. 1 hc ,,05e**ed * not onlv a good Nit a great man and his ra.-inorv- wrfl ever ho h M KaerCfJ $ or people who knew him to Jov and respect hfm. r f'e value of the*\yNsatii enron ^Timf.8, ax a local, home, paper, ha* pver been no havdavmoljr donton* j(ed to the public as in tho so- THE SBW BSCBUITO. Since the Issue of January 8d, 1 «83, we have removed the follow' • g named subscribers to the Tutu WiATHKarOBD. E.J. Xeal c. McCoy Hicks <fc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 21 April 1883

m-. f-r , Wt'Ourft* gimft na THE NEWS III BRIEF. IkUu IMI K. RjripjM, proprietor of the Detroit m.y Mem, the jury bruafcht in a verdict plaiu ti (T,. awarding fcto.ooo danacaa. —la tíie libel auit f Praf. June K. Bj ' Vintix , i'or pli _Thí.üíf °í «o the north weet, . «Jia ft Paol dispatch, hu Ktbitl least a muntb earlier than, ia former yaara ñd Urna íar has «orpaiMed anything ever known. All ro d* «o tba oorthveat ara taxod to tbeir ut- raoat capacity, and the freight yarda and «de tracks are Hlled>ith rara^of ímmiirranta and morablea en ronb to "' and Manitoba. > Minnesota, reported that Gen. Crook, oí tlie L ni ted «ate army, ltaa arranged with Gana. Car bo and Tepeto, of the Mexican army, for a joint campaign against the murdei ignored, and slaughtered Apacheain the snnthwest All tecünicalitiea t>( international etiquette ar the marauding Indiana are withont regard to whether they are found on Mexican or American aoiL —The telegraph bringa front florida this bit of spo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 21 April 1883

WeafliBrford Times. • —m— By Tintes Publishing Coi •Paay. wbatherfobd, tkxa8. VLiocaXi. CHARLES BARTHOLD NO. I t HOl'TH MAIlf AVENUE WEATHEBFOKD, TEXAS. r$L ssasfSaSK St.®—1**-" SMS** iüiiSSáf -í X-' SUple and Kuucy Dry Good*, Notion , Etc., Etc. 1 Till", m one of 1)k oldi-rt ntiUiahiwiiti it ¡*r «ii#* south :mH tho liu-jjot one ki tlu- cilr cn- K'|.pl «ix^Hally in tin- above trade, combining will" vlfa-ri"ti(« Willi mercantile ul>ilit>s ofn high ••r.i.f. mt. Hurt hold luu. shii-ciM wi.t-n: iithcm have failed, in building up ■ bti-ini-s tluil iiluiT liiui In the front' nink of hi. tm.ir. l li,. „wiirr of u lurpj ami Imnd- none . -iiil.lwhiiiiriit. mnink-ioiiii at >11 time* r-r IH imi^iiitirHMit display of ,i,.h and at- tr. «nr K.«l, atld by |IU liUr^J dealing* with.both ntoam arul Granger,, - he luu Z- . 'iif-l a lur^ir and influential tn.4r, which I; .- 11111* a well iliterv.-d pmmiiuutc In thin ' ;w «no of our In<mt Tripular and IU'lt'b!** Him . This •I'tiil.li.-l.iikj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 21 April 1883

J < I Hfi &*■ [UK LITTLE BANJX.i PeKL. i *T BOS EXT J. slsnrme. f !■ har ot tmtcu K 1<1. I (Inia is Uut anaiawrr'a aun; I ain liiUo I know, l>ut i think I can thro* A na that will wi-igb a ton. 1 teml o«t nó challenge Bold, 1 Mow me uu.vatintinjf lii.rn, Hut fnulish ia-hu who trcxtoth on me; H 'U wiah lin tiail n«>r Iicod born, Like i rti.a«-r uf lb** lit*Id. vain msn (Inrth forth at tb« break of ilsy, But arbm bo «ball fix.-1 my jjrip on bis heel Like tlx> alal/ti be fail«Hh away; Tor I lift him lilth np in tbe air. With hi% heels where hi* lio ill ought to ho; With a <lown-c-omiiijt rrssh ho ruaketh his mvth, And I ktow be' i-lear.gunc npon mo. I am scorned by the man why buy me; I aaa mode t ami qni<-t anil lawlt; TUongb my talfii'a aro few; yet Iba work thatl <lo Ha often mirto the rollar door creak, rrn a lilowl-ml lU-pal>liiait bom, Ami a Nihilist fearless I be; Though tbo head wear a crown, I «on Id > lirinK iu pride down. If it aet it prond ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 28 April 1883

• "'i ■£> VOtMt tLb. TU •oaTttcad^. —JUJ-r gas* ex odas yf tiúx to bo much Jailer timt af4m*t yew. DaBas la bound to have «fce «nr- Mge railway system )Mt - lato that city. Pfffi<lrnt Arthur hti retsriH «o (lio Wklto kouiw la •S.T ■is# asaflfcgKv- ''' ' < The fMtio* whlcVtglUM oú people umt h the new public iwhMÍI«Ml*)(. The arrangements •i* asabiag br a structure that will be a credit | the wamuitj aad attmetive (« the pnfeiác. As yet, however, nothing has ■fiéubdrl definitely «weep* to j"™1"* the interest of ritini in *<>ny, iaárriotuly ill, •n IVefcidence. -Qwm- ®d • d||in iMtriif djiy. R(p*- ¡y«MW'«i<*«r VL C. ifctgMw, has Mr. If artson of Kan Fran- abont the ques- tion*— wfH-<bi> allowed «n the •f* I" *«a <*f«f*rd rijraT* and on the tax jmad an peri que tobacco. I fddlrt* of lolmcco auis claim rebate 4a dealer*. Inventories may W «un- prepared {¡ad tabel* a* xcd at any "time be- 3^f I but witnesses must ~ «ml examine packages na1 «lid aee that ihe iav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 28 April 1883

—i Port*month, Tom, three while pUytag to atsjjs dry Are to mom straw which it e little unfortunatoa perished to the _IL P. HneeeU k Co.' mill at Minneapolis bnrned, wetMpii —A wind ■ torn did considerabts to farm building* in Otoe end ties, Neb. Several persona wen {stared the fall of houses they were occupying. —A futons hurricane lasting fifteen hour ilroT® four «hip* ashore at Victoria, British Colombia. One sailor was killed and seven! were drowned. —A heavy gale at Anita and Adair, Iowa, worked havoc with building*, faeces au crop*. At the former place people, sought shelter to cellar* and cars*. —Owing a storm at East Tawae,' hall stones fell measnring three inches to ciréun ference. At White Oak, Ark', a ber of houses were blown down and three parson* injured. —Boned: The llemington Company's** MalTa Safe and I<oek Company's building J Idas $17t},OUO; a furniture ion, OÓt, low owon Sound, U , *— ™ r™" *i"™orei *nd shops, and an elevator at Norton a, ""/Ma, loss ♦4o,ooo. '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 28 April 1883

■wwm % 0r ■ ■i % D&rmra tbíseí /as1 Ilonitki^MNUri tbsssissr- vlthoaate uJlo nía and Tfaae my bawl The cow A «torily Befar* I To drew a Drive oat the meek-faced AeroM the law , at early dan, With nimble atop I li—«ad. The gate swung wide, and at their aide. Left-breakfaat all QDtaated. 'Mid bloaaoma avaet, with tmahod feet, I trod the Tillage highways; Xrwhiat e ahrilf re-ecboes still "Through beeehwood glen and br-waya. Witli eren pace and rnddj faee, I'nmindful of the weather, In wind or rain we crossed the plain, \a frienil and friend together. I know them all, and at my call They carao to meet ae gladly; I learned to prize the great brown cyan. And parted from tbem aadly. The dusty road we homeward trod. Their uilder well (Intended; • Like Htream* of «ilk the foaming milk High in the pails amended. Bat year have passed;I find at laat Xyhappieet day* were, fleeting, Fofeare and atnfe now fill my life. With aearce an honeet greeting. A MEXICAN H01ANCE. BT rORLOBX HOPE. 1 had U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 28 April 1883

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