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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 5 May 1887

• • & -• ,.|M sauMfin . .. %" KMtaWfc^ 5 SUN -and—. THE HFiltil FARMER One*^toar For $1-^0. =* - VOL. 5. THE SUN WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, MAT 5, 1887. 125,000 FOXJXTDS Barb Wire Bought at Low Prices and shipped before the Inter- State Commerce Bill takes effect and at extremely low radie of freight. Will be aold at Proportionately Low Prices.. PRESCRIPTION MUG STORE, iSnnoyo TEXAS. South Side Square, WEATHERFORD, My stock is now complete, having selected it in person. Can guaran- tee its parity. Patrons will remember that QUALITY is the first con- sideration, as all my tinctures are made from the drugs and not fluid extracts. I will also manufacture a full line of Elixirs, which are now taking the front rank in medicines. Physicians' prescriptions a strict specialty. Also, may be found in stock a line of the leading patent medicines* Drug store open from 6:30 a. m. to 10 p. m. HYAM COHEN, Prescriptionist and Manufacturing Pharmacist, Manager. Office of S. C3-. OHiOTJX), FHTTSXCIAIT 4...

Publication Title: Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 5 May 1887

EÜ: b- rouuKD IT JOHX ftQ*NV,J«., MAXO. * Tiw. Oflee: Otot Mut * Byrne's Saddle Shop Addreu mil e*rreepo 4mee to tke 8un PtMithimg Co., Weather fori. <!„•'( Ir . PUBLISHED KVCBY THÜK8DAY. ■>r*i!1 '"'1 We tb«rford, Hay B, 1887. ~frrr TERMS OF 8UBSOJRIPTION TUr*a Six #«•••••••••••< ,.$ JW .«1.00 ,$140 TMNbtfv* ímh if® tor owh In advance. \ ni "i '■ • ■ • Editor. JOHX HOEVY.Sr. ■ UM. P. towtll Jt Co., of Kew Tort, the •KtMlt liiUtfiwU ud mi nlUMe «* • pepes a«*B«y U Uli eowtry, it i UM etwmlir to UWiMmMI w of tko Umlted Stftes and COM4 , xolwtmí U ataloaMt that the W—n*rtox4 $a*í IklUft P«P and ms b st advtrtUlar aodlun Ib Waatbarford and Par. ke* SSB HfisiK f ire repeatedly stated that oo Uie prohibition question The Bun, «a «trietly a democratic pa- per; *oald dot be converted into an organ or champion of either side of that qaeation, bat that it would gira the news on bolh sides impartMly and as fully as its apa^fc Would permit. Yet, in the face of thia positive declaration...

Publication Title: Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 5 May 1887

I R. E. Bell "^eut Monday in Dal- las. Tlie general iVelinjí among mir i t'usiiiPSB men is that wo will enjoy j a splendid trade ibis fall. llid«* and wool bouse for sale. visited Dallas Fri- Scale, frames and equipments. Ap- ply to T. V. Duniuugh. 4tf Dr. Siinino day A soap factory will be started here O. H. Gorman visited the Fort last Saturday. J. T. Gottou visited iu Fort Wortb Tuesday. Judge Harcourt returned from Dallas this woriiiug. K. VV. Stoutseobergcr spent Wednesday in Dallas. Dr. M. T. Emanuel speut several days in Austin last week. « — Kay & Gilbert's new delivery wagon will bo out Saturday. Work on the Santa Fe will com- mence in about two weeks. C. S. Bowfté, New York is visi- ting his brother, J. B. Bowue. Capt. Henry Warren departed for the north Monday evening. The sale of lots when the Santa Fe comes should prove it grand success. Johnny Eggerinan and Geo. Schryver are visiting a few days at Mineral Wells. .J. W. Calloway has been con- fined to his room for s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 5 May 1887

•i j'.. 1 •« • .* « * -V* .% V. . ..*• « . \ TTUts, Texas, April 10 1SS«. Boh. Baknbtt Grass *!W> Oth- 111 flimtlrirn: Yoor !*Uar oí iaritatiou Jum bwa w*iv«l and «oaaMtnd. II li aot certain that I cali altead the convention called for Majr 4tk at Dallas bat if ab-1 evil iu the «ahiac of win* and beer m a boera* (hat <t ahoald be |mi vithia the category of criminal offence*. There are auuur theaaand tier atan in Soathveatem Tesae whoa* habit are Bied. and whoae education and pro adicta areancti that an aatradntal like Ihe one •nbtuilted vill gnnd them aa an- ual i fied tyrannj. The poiic.v of poisü; * iia>M aritS . ... ._ w • ! Oi font It wiH not ba due to any lack Tesaa legislation ha# tver bee to of jwsd alahea Iter the Meeting. ■ r,^jv<.ei the varying condition of IW piopoaed eonalitutioual aection and population* aMBdBent forbidding the maun- jittered over oar large territory, fcataf^ Mia or exchange of intos-, <(uj nianv statute now in our ioattaf tlquora is the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 16 June 1887

NMMfc, THE SUN -an TI Tm: Farm asi Rieeh One'Year For $1.75. t. THIS SUN -AND- VOL. 5. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, JUNE 16, 1887. NUMBER 10. Hi T ts Fuo ui One Year For $1.76. MONEY TO LOAN - —ON- CITY AND COUNTRY PROPERTY From 1 to 5 years in any amount over $200.00., Also 1, 2 and 3 year Vendor Lien Notes bought or loaned upon. IRÁ. B. TAVLOR • REAL ESTATE AGENT AND ABSTRACTER. ' Office in Court House, - - Weatherford, Texas. R. B. MILLIKEN, -1)15ALELÍ IN- ZFTXEJSriTTXIEilE, Window Shades, Poles, Etc., East Sido Square, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. O - UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. AKOUXD THE WOULD. Letter From John L. Jackson. London, Eng., May 18,1887. Editor Sun : I left Rome on the 5th inst. at 9:20 o'clock in the morning anil arrived hero on the 11th at 12 o'clock m., visitiiif? on my way Genoa and Milan, Italy ; Berne, Switzerland; ami Paris. France. After leaving Romo I passed through tho principal stock raising part of the government, in which were large pastures where were grazing large herds ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 16 June 1887

s 1t« fnn. mumid bt ... Sa PiMishtof Campiny. JOHN HOENY, St. Mam. JOHN HÓENY, Jil, Mano. * Twua. .er.í Mm: ow Star * Bjrme'i Saildle Shop Addrett all corretpondcnce to the Sun Publithing Co., Weather/ord. PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY. ,*>«;i- ;.U* •-*! Wcattaerford, June 10,1887. OF SUBSCRIPTION Three months. Six montha One year H.. $ -BO $1.00 SMO Ml' ■h 'i ¡kiif Tin above terms are for cash in advance. JOHN HOENY, Sr.. - Editor. P. Howell * Co., ef New Toik, th# , bNtliftnMd and most tollable new ' paper saonejr in Ibis ooantry, in a lato elecnlar to tho balines men of the United States and volunteer the statement that the the beet paper and the best I lrfWestberford and Par . >..f |i"." * Ml it! •W- The entire state of Texas wil enjoy-tho greatest boom she has ever known witbln the next twelve ' months. :f J A O ' MS The Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe, have managed to get into Obi ongo, and their trains will run to •Polk and Dearborn streets. The Illinois Central will build ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 16 June 1887

Xj O CJLZj. I 1 i I I •'i 1 y Work on the streets commenced Monday. E. P. Sawtelle visited I)all:is last Thursday. A party of young folks, enjoyed a picnic last Friday. — Hardware at J. It. Lewis & Co.'s at bed rock prices. 10-tf Mr. S. Zacharias is sojuming in Mineral Wells this week. J. T. Cotton and Whitt Johnson Sundayed in Mineral Wells. The 4th of July celebration in Weatherford is about a certainty. Reineaiber the auction sile at the court Iioubo Saturday after- noon. Preparations arc being made for an immense business here .this fall. The Santa Fe received a car of ¡ tiling Monday. See chauge in Dean & Milliken's ! advertisement. The railroad teams are hauling feed to the camp. Dr. Vallentine's uew stock of drugs was shipped from St. Louis Tuesday. Parker county peaches were on the market at Des Moines, Iowa, last week. Mrs. Ed. Oliver and children, Eddie aud Annie, are visiting re- latives here. The finest caramels and cream chocolates in the city, at Thompson &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 16 June 1887

attn s,tex., jodií 11,1887. Editor Sum : We are feeling so good from tbe receut bleasiog received that we are compelled by foroe of desire to write to you aboat it. Wbile it may be a famil- iar experience with tbe inhabitants of otber sections of Texas, anil even of Parker Co. to bave bounti- ful rains, we of tbe vicinity of Ag- nes bave jnst bad oar first big tain of the year. On tbe afternoon of tbe 3rd inst. there appeared a ' very small clond in the southwest which rapidly spread and ap- proached, giving ns a fine rain and pretty strong wind, blowing down some fencing, inclading corn, but doing no serious damage. A belt of coantry one mile from as, and extending from sooth*est to northeast, bad considerable bail, which split the fodder of corn into very narrow sbreds, beat tbe the leaves oif tbe cotton, tender vegetables &cM giving everything a ragged appearance. Late plant- ing tbat was just cleverly up, was completely destroyed. Oue far- mer reports having planted three ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 29 December 1887

> 1 JOB PRINTING. The facilities of THE SUN office for all kinds Of Commercial Job Printing =BOOKS~ Pamphlets, Posters, Etc., are unsurpassed by aav other printing nouse in Northwest Texas. Prices Low, and all work Guaranteed. All Order! by MAIL promptly attended to. I VOL. V. WEATHERFORD, TEX .3, DECEMBER 29,1887. No. 38. 1 THE SUN. htiaM mamma mm OX SOBTH SAEÍ ST.. Tie Sm PitHshlii Gmnpany, Has alane circulation In Parker an<? adjoin- tag «mum. and la the tat advertising me- dium in this section ot the state. RATES FOR ADVERTISING Famished on application. The price of subscription per year ¡a 91.90; Tor *6 months 7R cents; in advance. -DEALERS IN- _R. Ij. WATT, DENTIST. Roomsovor Citizens National Bank, 1 THE CALIFORNIA BOOM. SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. Weatherford, Texas. Dry Goods, Clothing, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, MOTIONS, ETC. Cor. South Main St. and Square. We are now receiving our fall goods, a splendid selection of which we have in stock, and are enabled to offe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 29 December 1887

'Sítit Sww. PUBLISHED BT Tin Sir PiMishiiK Gompaoy. JOHN HOEKT, Sr. , A. A. HOENY, FBANK G. HOKXy. Pbksident Manager. Tckascxeb. There !s a rnmor current that a Fort Worth wholesale firm will soon open a branch bouse in Weatherford, bnt whether dry goods or groceries. Madam Rnmor does not state. 09ce: Oyer Starr 4 Byrno'a Saddle Shop. Address Ml correspondence to the Sun Publishing Co., Weatherford. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Weatherford, December 29, 1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Three months Six months............ One year - $ .50 $1.00 $1.50 The above terms are for cash in ndvancc. JOHN HOENY. Sr.. Editor. Geo. P. Howell & Co., of Hew York, the ol'lett, best informed and most reliable news- paper agency in this country, in a lato ciecular to the business men of the United States and Canada, volunteer the statement that the Weatherford Sex is the best pap«r and the best advartiiing medlnm in Weatherford and Par- ker connty. A. Happy New Year. filis being- the last issue of The SU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 29 December 1887

M m 1H PRICE & SATXTTBLLB'S CASH STORE 1ULLMY!! Has just received one of the largest and best assorted stocks of Men's, Boys' AND Youths' Fall AND WINTER CLOTHING Ever Brought to this Market. These goods are direct from New York markets and are the very latest styles and best fits made. .W.CBRIS. m? GQOgS&CLQTHMG. We have also a complete line of Ladies' Misses' and Chil- dren's shoes, including Tenent, Walker & Co's celebrated stan- dard screw fastened, which is guaranteed not to rip. We desire,also,to call your attention to our line of D (ESS G ODS.TRIM- MINGS, H ••T ,GLOV; S, etc., andin fact every article that is required to constitute a lst-class dry goods stock ■mnamhahbmomd We realize the fact that in order to carry on a successful cash business it is necessary to offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS, which we DO IN OUR PRI ES. Call and examine our goods and convince yourselves. Respectfully, XTorth. Side Square. LOCA L. T. & P. Time Card. WESTWARD. So. 1 Daily Passenger ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 29 December 1887

, Í What is Ibis Disease that is Coming Upon Us? Like a thief at night it steals in upon us unawares. The pa- tients have pains about the chest and sides, and sometimes in the back. They feel dull and sleepy; the mouth has a bad taste, especially in the morning. A sort of sticky slime collects about the teeth. The appetite is poor. There is a feeling like a heavy load on the stomach; sometimes a faint, all gone sensation at the pit of the stomach which food does not satisfy. The eyes are sunken, the hands and feet become cold and clammy. After a while a cough sets in, at first dry, but after a few months it is attend- ed with a greenish-colored ex- pectoration. The patient feels tired all the while, and sleep does not seem to afford any rest. After a time he becomes nervous, irritable and gloomy, and has evil forebodings. There is a giddiness, a sort of whirl- ing sensation in the head when rising up suddenly. The bow- els become costive; the skin is dry and hot attimes; the blood b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 30 May 1889

S, MAY 30,1889. VOL. VII. WEATHERFORD, DEALERS \ — *♦> I % I 'J No. 8. CLOTHING, ETC. 1 I IE are now receiving our Stock of SPRING GOODS, \JJ and will be glad for all to come and examine the same. We can show you a nice line of Dress Goods of all the Latest Shades and Styles. An Elegant Line of Boots and Shoes I From the Cheapest to the Best. A complete stock of Cloth- ing, and in fact everything you may desire in our line. ar^ I^eee¡vii?<3 (Jood5 Daily:- RESPECTFULLY, itlngthe Boll Worm. ; week's Sun we published a Raines county farmer to the Das1 News, in which he advised farme: p put oil lights in the field for yoise of catching the millers that lay b eggs from which the cotton wor| are hatched. . Below we give anocr article on the same subject wi i by J. W. Simmons, of Lone Ótf réxas, to the Farm and Ranch, fully explains the manner of piagig the lamps in the cotton fields. SajMr. Simmons: tout the 15th of June I drive th$ ground about one sma watj a foot an the top of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 30 May 1889

V / / / THE NIGHT EDITOR The ij)|>rcr.i- will 1)C Dully Excltlnu Expor. Metropolitan Journall. Wm. Taylor, In tho Writer l'ass but one night in the of metropolitan daily, and your ation of your breakfast paper heightened tenfold. Say it is 7 o'clock. The night editors and their assistant have begun their labors. There is the list of city editors, showing where the local men are assigned. He has covcred every available spot for news —the theaters, ball-rooms meetings, weddings. His scouts are at the hotels, lying in wait for some notable arrivals; the detective reporters are out among the police and inspectors watching for the latest criminal news. The water front is covered, the hospitals are looked after and he is ready for the night. The general directions from the man aging editor are also there. He ex pects "stories" from correspondents the world over, who have been instructed to send in their matter. He wishes such a local event to be well placed and "given a good show." Oth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 30 May 1889

& >v M ■:.y «a 7 ¿1 EXCHANGE NOTES. deed brighten as they take their flight." When did friends seem so dear to us as at t'ie hour of parting ? Who, the full tide of health was ever loved as when the lids were about to drop 'V ""J lor the last time over the dear eyes favorable impression which was caused w¡n nevfir in d¡m or brj ht them by the .evidences of peace, pro- world's nain or oleas Mexico and Texas. The Two Republics, published in the city of Mexico, says: The resolutions adopted by the Texas editors, in which they express the gress and prosperity everywhere visible in Mexico, and Uieir determination to use their influence in promoting close commercial and political relations between the two republics have been published by several Mexican papers with the indication of approval. The Texans have returned home highly pleased with their trip and most favor- ably impressed with what they saw. They will publish accounts of their excursion in their papers, which in the aggr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 30 May 1889

/ uw I'UBI The Son Publishing Company. l'UBUSUKI) BY JOIIN HOKNY, 8n , A. A. HOKNY, FRANK U. JIOEN'Y. M. SWANWJCK, PlIKHIDKNT Manackii. Ti.kabiihkii. Bkciiktahy TIIU11BDAY, MAY 80, 1880. *':>ORTANT MEETING, cu> Atl merciai l last, wli'u1 JOHN HCENY, SR., EDITOR. M. S WANWICK, Associate Editor. Railroad Meeting. Every citizen of Weatherford who feels an interest in the growth and -prosperity of the city is requested to meet at the Commercial Union Club rooms at 5 o'clock Thursday even- ing, May 30, 1885. A. F. Starr, President, H. B. Dorsey, Secretary. Weatherford is in the swim. Weatherford will work and win. Weatherford will have the biggest of all big booms. Weatherford's opportunity of be- coming a large city is now or never. Weatherford can raise $40,000 and scarcely feel it—if all do their part. To-morrow being a national holiday The Sun this week is issued a day in advance. The Mineóla Monitor has changed hands, passing into the control of J. H. Ball, of Winsboro. Weathe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 30 May 1889

LOCAL. <¡ i- 1 J 91 I T. Mountcastle of Mineral Wells was in the city Sunday. For want of space our promised Mexican letter is crowded out this week. The hook and ladder boys arc at- tending the opening of the spring pal- ace in a body to-day. A fine new delivery wagon has been added to the equipment of the Cole- man & Lysaght grocery house. Miss Annie Brock, of Los Angeles, Cal., arrived in the city Wednesday on - visit to old friends and relatives. Services at the C. P. church will egin at 10:30 o'clock a. m. instead of 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Go to A. L. Farmer's furniture store to buy one of those bed room suits. Size of glass 22x25 inches, only $20 a suit. 8-tf Major A. R. Andrews and wife, ac- compamied by their little daughter, left Tuesday evening to attend the spring palace. Rev. R. M. Shelton, of Helton, spent Sunday in Weatherford, with his father-in-law, Rev. Dr. Mackey, while en route to Bell Plain. Dr. C. B. Rains of Mineral Wells was seen on our...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 30 May 1889

r / * * nit. PUB The Sun Publishing Company. ./ ""PORTANT MEETING, fuuluukd BY JOHN HORNY, 8n , A. A. HOKNV, FRANK U. HOKNY. M. SWAN WICK, PlIKMinKNT. MAXAOKII. Tükabuiikii Bkciietaii* TIICHBDAY, MAY 80, 1880. JOHN HCENY, SR., EDITOR. M. SWAN WICK, Associate Editor. Ail mcrci.il i. last, whi< *■ y Railroad Meeting. Every citizen of Weatherford who feels an interest in the growth and prosperity of the city is requested to meet at the Commercial Union Club rooms at 5 o'clock Thursday even- ing, May 30, 1885. A. F. Starr, Tresident, H. B. Dorsey, Secretary. Weatherford is in the swim. Weatherford will work and win. Weatherford will have the biggest of all big booms. Weatherford's opportunity of be- coming a large city is now or never. Weatherford can raise $40,000 and scarcely feel it—if all do their part. To-morrow being a national holiday The Sun this week is issued a day in advance. • The Mineóla Monitor has changed hands, passing into the control of J. H. Ball, of Winsboro. Weat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 30 May 1889

* / ¡:lpr!. IS®, ■V'' ' ■' r ÍÜ '/' f ¡8 g¡§ v M ■ ( Suspondod Animation, Dr. Tanner, the famous faster, is 111 Chicago. He is interested in the question of suspended animation, am this led to a conversation with him in regard to the case of Miss Wilhelmina Stahl of Jefferson park, whose body showed no signs of decomposition when buried yesterday, though accord ing to scicntific tests she had been dead ten days. Dr. Tanner said: There is positively only one sure test of death and that is decomposition and an advanced stage at that. Any other test applied by a physician is absolutely useless and proves nothing. 1 see that the doctors who had been waiting upon Miss Stahl, cut the tibeal artery to show the relatives that circu lation had stopped and to prove con- clusively as they supposed, the death of the patient. Well, now, if that girl happened to have been in a trance, as we say, suffering from suspended am mation, why then so soon as she reviv- ed she would bleed to death in a fe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun — 30 May 1889

ado ..... '-.V' Premiums from every part of the grain raising wtrld. Grand total sales of Machines for 1888, y / > The cost is no more than any other machine. It isjsinpler than the simplest. On© Dollar will replace the parts that tie and cut the twine. It is more durabi and lighter draft than any other. We have more Binders in working condition that wer$ «old in 1882-3 than any other factory. R. XX. FOAT, iroUR North. Main Street. FEATURE PIHN Xj±n.e of S Now on Exb|bition. Also a Mammoth Stock of CHAIRS, CARPIAS, BABY CARRIAGES, ETC. We have The Largest Furniture House West of Dallas, and respectfully ask those who are in need of anything in our line to call and learn Prices. We have also a full line of BRUSSELS and WOOLEN CARPETS, Samples of which can be seen in our Salesroom. .Very Respectfully, \ EA0T (3IDH PUBLIC SQUARE ■^BURKETT WEATHERFORD TEXAS. 1 I Home Remedies. Western Rural. Should these remedies seem peculiar and strange to you, please do not (lor your own sake) rej...

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