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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 January 1892

M V * - ' •• Ü3 ,D; «í i*, !*JA <^.V "' PfB ' ■.. %• '; ' . - ~ . "í 'v / TT O 1 / 7 ^ *K[ // /-/ / 'X t/íp v .rae $ ' THE ENQUIRER, VOL. XII.-NO. 8. WEATHERFOfiD TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution. EDITORIAL NOTES. Mills la the only Texan whose words are cabled and read throughout the world. No slatemakers in Texas this year should forget that the woods are full of slatesmaahere. The advisatory meeting of fanners to be held in Dallas, February 10th, may prove historical. An esteemed contemporary head' volaran of matter "Rifle Balls." should be "flashes in the pan." "Will the legislature confirm my appointments" is one of the questions that, doubtless, bothers his Excellen- cy, Gov. Hogg. It is an old saying that "envy loves a shining mark." This is why so many pop-guns are turned upon Roger Q. Mills. Witii Mills on the stump for Unit- ed States Senator and Clark on the stump for Governor, will not the mu- sic ring throughout Texas? If Ft. Worth shou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 January 1892

&;W- • . ': '• j¡$# W üffi :-v '■ ■if, liiij ife 11 i THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. 11. w. Bu«u r, llayor. . a. j. Hood, City Attorney. ft. L. Graham, J. A. Ochiltree, A Merman ' "Veste Kh'kmtn, W. C. McFall Alderineu tud Want. a. J. B*ll. 8 Wad ley, Aldermen Rrd Ward. N B. Well*, J. T. Cotten, Aldermen 4th Ward. a. 8. Lewi*, Secretary and Treaaurer. D. C. Bratton, Marshal. W. A. Link, Assessor and Collector. JHUBCHE8: m. b. C'hi'ach Houth,—Cor. H. Ma in & Colum- bia nt*., Services every Sunday at 11 u. m and 7 n. m. Sunday School at9:80a.m. Prayermeot- : "* _ . «at . :.~. ..(.rkt Ui 7'«n ( 'lauiá niM . 7 d. Di. Bunaay w!u<jui bv ,ou . m. < /«= ««wv tats every Weduewlav nitcht at 7:80. Cla meet- taSa2nd and 4th Sabbaths at 3 p. in. Missionary Society everv third Sunday at •'( p. m. Cburtsa •onlerence on first Sunday in etch month. Kkv. Ja Maciiy, Pastor. Pb«h vt*bia .—Oak St., Suurtay School every Snnrtny morniim at 9:30. Preaching at 11 a. m.. and 7 P. m. Prayer meeting ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 January 1892

\ r > C--3 u«s;s <t;«eu • ct We now occupy the OOUTS BUILDIN3, next door to Citizens National Bank, hereafter known AS THE RED FRONT % Our Stock is all arranged. We are displaying and dispos- ing of EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS. We don't have to sell our goods THE MILLS WACO MEETINi.. .¿sr Every Beat In The County Was Rep- resented. Held That the Defeat of Mills Would be Ac- cepted as a Backward Step for Tariff Reform. k < Nor Do We Cry BANKRUPT STOCKS ! * Where is ttie Firm that advertises a 20 per cent, reduction, and sell you a $2.00 Overcoart lor $1.60. Show us the COST HOUSE that will sell you cot- ton checks for POUR cents per yard. Point out the concern that will sell you a full stock brogan any size for 85 cents. DO NOT BE drULLED, AND DO NOT THAT WITH NEW GOODS FOE THE CASH We Are Always I1? It RESPECTFULLY, V. I. WIN t CO., North Side Public Sq, : WEATBERFORD. i i From the Dallas News. Waco, Texas, Jan. IB.- The democrats of McLennan county lired the rst s.iot in the Mill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 January 1892

rk . ;é!ih f ' rw The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY— BJ. S. UTTXiXi & CO. JA8- II. VINCENT, EDITOR. C E. HULL, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- trae y liar W-Jp 81* months jw Three month* * Single copy ® OonntlnK Rooms on MAIN HTKEKT, one block South oí Square. All are invited to cull and nee u* at any time. Entered at the Poctofticeat Weatherford, Texaii an Second-Class mail mattm. WEATHERFORD. JAN. 28 There is plenty time, yet for the democrats to make themselves fools several times before the election. Tuk Wolf City Sun gets off this sage sentence: "It has been said the best thing a person can get out of politics is himself." When a state senator is empowered to vote for a United States senator he represents the whole state and not his little bailiwick. A state senator re- presents Texas not simply his district and every man in Texas has the right to hold him responsible. The Dublin Progress boldly hoists the name of Hon. Evan'Jones as a candidate for governor To...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 January 1892

. i "fmwaiin" ¥,i \ I, ng tor >0. The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFOKD, MINERAL WELI.8 AND NORTHWESTERN TIME TABLE. (To Uke Effect Sunday, October 18,1891.) FROM WEATHKKFOKD. No 8.—Leave Weatherford " Arrive Mineral Wells. .. Mo. 1.—Leave Weatherford " Arrive Mineral Wells . .. -K 15 pm . .7 87 p m • 11 00 am 12 22 p m No. TO WEATIiEKPORO. 2.—I>eave Mineral Wells Arrive Weatlierford — 7 20 a ra K 42 a ra No. 4.—Leave Milu ral Wells 3 00 p m " Arrive Weatherford -t 22 p m Trains Nos. 1 and 2, daily trains; 8 and 4 dally except Sunday. Close connection at Weatherford with the T 4 P. and U., I!. <k Santa Ke trains, and at Min- eral Wells withCiralium staKe line. A. P. McKay, Supt. TAXAKA l'Af'IFIC. East bonnd. No. 4 4:48 p. ra. West bound, No. 3 io:3o p. in. accommodation. No 10 9:05 a. m. GULK, COLORADO 4 SANTA FE. South bound 2:45 p. in. North bound 11 a m., 6:15 p. m. The Santa Ke makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Cresson. Cotton ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 January 1892

■ Jh m*r t*«M J. A. OCHELTREE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, —AND DKALER IN* Grain, Coal, Wagons, Buggies, Plovi, Cultivators, All Kinds of Farm, Chn and Jlill Machinery, Threshers, Binders, Mowers, Hay Presses and Bakes, Grain Drills, Oane Mills, Wind M lis, Pumps, Disc Harrows and all the Extras for tteMOLINB PLOWS. We handle the Bain and Genuine PISH BROS. Wagona, which has been manufactured over thirty years. LOWEST PRICES WILL BE GIVES OS EVERYTHING! OFFICE AND WARE-ROOM, Opposite T. & P. Freight Depot, - WEATHEB.FOB.D. THEFFORT " WORTH AT SUNSET. It fen't the thing yuii <ln, dear. IIS ilie lliinu you've li fi undone, Wlii> 1) five you u hi! of lu-urtauhe At the ttCtlifiM; of tlie hiiii The tender word f'irjíotten. The teller you did uot write. Tlie flower you lui^lit liuve sent. dear. Are jour Uiiiintini; KhiuttM tonight. The «one you initclil iiave lifted Out of « brother'* way. The bit t'f heartwmie eiiiinsel Vou were hurried loo mnrli to nay. The loving lourb of I he l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 January 1892

Watches, Clocks and Silverware SPECIALTIES! IN THE if. I ing Beautiful Durable AND CHEAP JEWELRY LINE CALL ON HENRY M. BRUCE. Look over my 6tccli, and I will make prices that will suit you fcURE. COME AMD SEE. N. SideSq., - WEATHERFORD. j. b. C'OUTS, Prest. R. W. KINDKL, Vice-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHER FORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL &c SURPLUS, $200.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St ¡CE m THE BEST jf IB To Buy your Staple and Farcy Groceries, Canned Goods, Hams, Lard, Breakfast Bacon, and all the Freshest, new Delicacies, Combin- ing Quality and Elegance with prices Strictly Fair is to call on North Main St., Weatherford, Texas. J. R. WJLLIAMS, Undertaker ■ and - Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS & BURIAL ROBES. I have moved nnd started in business for myself and you will always find me with a full line of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as any un- dertaker in Texas. OVER BEN C. HEN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 January 1892

AGP ; ¡R }gs to 'with P> I ■; . • H ■i\ m yíéere • Thanks For the Liberal Patronage Bestow- ed in the past. For TheComingYear We have no addi- tional promises to make. We shall always try to con- duct our business with such DIGNITY As shall be appre- ciated by the pub- lic. We shall give you courteous treat ment. We shall give you good val- ue for Your Money. We will meet any LEGITIMATE COMPETITION. We are always read v to rectify any errors or Misunderstanding. We shall try to keep the Best and Largest Stock of Queensware, Glassware, Cutlery, STATIONERY, WALL PAPER, Art v Material AND FAHCY GOODS Kept in Western Texas. We bow to no Competition and propose to lead the van in Lowest Prices and BEST • GOODS. 4 * r YOUR8 TRULY. E Gernsbacher, NORTH MAUI «TRENT, tfeatherford, : Texas. DRAGONS. lili Varna A boat OlfHtla Mon t«r That Ohm Kilntcd. The dra#>>n is frequently mentioned by Hiii-lont naturalista as well as by scriptural writerx and dreauieis. Aris- totle U'll> ii« t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 February 1892

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. )L. XIL--NO. 9. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution. t v\, M r ' JL: ■ MORE RAILROADS. Short, But Ringing. Letter From IERAL MANAGER C.HAMILTON >f Tha Texas Central Railway. i The Cisco Round-Up, like all other exas newspapers that would like to see progress and prosperity in this P&ate, expresses the wish for the fact In regard to the development of its town and section. It joyously says: i The Texas Central railroad is going ¡vest. And Cisco will become a tine jobbing point. Did you hear it? The EnqotreR dislikes to dispel the jo^glving delusions of its contem- porary but it is time the unvarnished 'troth were told that people may know that all progress has stopped and the true cause of it. The editor of The Enquirer has been assidu- lously working with several different railroad companies to induce them to tap the rich coal field of Erath county. Their answers to his in- quiries are all to the same effect....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 February 1892

THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. H. W. Buiter, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. R. L. Graham, J. A. Ocheltree, Aldermen ^Jeite Klckman, W. C. McKall Aldermen 2nd Ward. A. J. Ball, B Wadley, Aldermen Rrd Ward. N. H. Well , J. T. Cotten, Aldermen 4th Ward. A. 8. l/ewii, Secretary and Traaaurer. D. C. Bratton, Marabal. W. A. LUk, A«ne«ior and Collector. 3HUBCHS8: M. B. CHUKCH booth,—Cor. 8. Main & Colum- bia «tu., Service over* Sunday at lia. m and 7 p.m. Sunday Bchool at#:*>a. m. Prayer meet- in* every Wednendav night at 7:80. Cla*> meet iaSt 2nd and 4th Sabbath at * p. m. Miartomn Society every third Sunday at * p. m. Church Conference on flmSunday^n .montl| I'aBflBYTtaian.—Oak RU, Sunday School every Snnday morning at t :*>• Prwachini and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wertnewiay night at 7. R** * Woo a. Pa tor. rv« e*i.ivr> !•*■*« yt«*i a *.-w- ch"¡t®¡ j¡j- ' Pnnday School al :« . m. l>reachingat 11a. m. and 7 p. m. Praj-er meeting erery Wedne day night at 7:*> Y P S C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 February 1892

NOW FARMERS, READ! The Junketing Commissioner. r*\ .To the Editor of the Waco Day. Austin, Texas, Jan. 23.—Chair- man Reagan and wife left fur a tour through Mexico in company with Mr. ¡ Sterne, the New York attorney of the East Line bondholders They ; havea special Pullman and will see the City of Mexico in style.—Dallas | News. Some will remember that when a candidate, that I several tithes ex- pressed a fear, that before two years elapsed after the adoption of the amendment that on some sunny sum- mer morning, a specialcarof acertain railroad magnate would be seen hur- rying across the prairies, and through the fields, bearing the commissioners as guoKj. of the magnate, down to Galveston, to enjoy a week or ten days of free boats and beach rides, free hotels, etc., and that possibly some honest granger, plowing his fields, would stop his mules as the train rolled by, and lean upon his plow,and when to his nose was borne the aroma of the fine Havanas being smoked by the guests as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 February 1892

I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY B3. IHJ. UTTIili & CO. JAS- U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E E. MULL, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- One year Six month/- Three month* Single copy .11.00 r< 50 «'ounting Kooms on MAIN HTKKKT, one block South of Square. All are invited to <;all and fee iih at any time. Entered at the Postoflleeat Weatherford, Teia* ax Second mail mattei. WBATHE11FOKD. FEU. 4. OUR TICKET. kok i'krnioknt: U. S. CHIEF JUSTICE Fl'LLKIt. of Illinois. kok v i 'k-l'kksiDK.N'T: CHIEF .IirSTICE BLECKLKY, of Georgia. kor r. s. senator: ROG K14 (¿. MILLS, of Corsicana. kor oovkrnoit: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. There aro democrats anil democrats. Let the fl^ht this year be to the death. The demagogues fooled the far- mers two years a«o; the farmers will mash the demagogues this year Watch them. The January Weatherford Collegian is replete with choice literary bits and full of good news for the college íwñie KoDertton, Barney Gibba. We Me that Senator Coke has in- j Me and Horace l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 February 1892

1 % V* i I I 9 a r- >, I '• i •i ROYA L IS &© THE ir Best Baking Powder The Official Government Reports: The United States Government, after elaborate tests, reports the Royal Baking Powdf.r to be of greater leav- ening strength than any other. (Bulletin 13, Ag. Dep., p. 599J The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show the Royal Baking Powdf.r highest of all in leavening strength. (Bulletin 10,/. 16, Inland Rev. Dep.) In practical use, therefore, the Royal Baking Powdkr goes further, makes purer and more perfect food than any other.. Government Chemists Certify: "The Royal Baking Powder is composed oí pure uiui whole- some ingredients. It does not contain either alum or phosphates, or other injurious substances. Edward G. Love, Ph. D." "The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "Henry A. Mott, M.D., Ph.D." "The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and highest in strength of any baking powder of which I ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 February 1892

Olí m J. A. OCHELTREE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, LONE STAR OPINIONS. —AND DEA LEU IN- Grain, Coal, Wagons, Buggies, Plows, Cultivators, All Kinds of Farm, Gin and Kill Machinery, Threshers, Binders, Mowers, Hay Presses and Rakes, Grain Drills, Cane Mills, Wind M>lls, Pumps, Disc Harrows and all the Extras for the MOLINB PLOWS. We handle the Bain and Genuine PISH BROS. t, Wagons, which has been manufactured over thirty years. LOWEST PRICES WILL BE CIVEN ON EVERYTHING ! OFFICE AND WARE-ROOM, Opposite T. & P. Freight Depot, - WEATHERFORD. i'koi'i.b tikkd. "Who Is that, mother?" "That I Jeems S. llogg, my child." "Who Is hi', mother';"' "Tilt; hurrah governor of Texas, my child." ••Will he be Hi>eted again, moth- er?" ••Ñu, no, my child. are tired very tired." Texan. • contkmi'tiiii.1'. The people Iowa l'arli THE * FORT ♦ WORTH 1 O a c —t Hi OD © O -1 cu =3 O. B O W 6 o 3 "O </> -! CD o 00 su -n r-+ .a § •o « en" O =3 zr (V CO £ =J Cl. BJ -i eS 1 1 Q- The war the Knit Wor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 February 1892

Watches, Clocks and Silverware SPECIALTIES! ia i n II AND CHEAP t'hne JEWELRY LINE -CALL Orí- HENRY M. BRUCE. Look over my stock, and I will make prices that will suit you SURE. COME ANT> SEE. N. SideSq., - WEA1HERF0RD. SILVER MINES. •Ufit. COUT8, Prest. H. W. KINUKL, Vice-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL &c SURPLUS, $200.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. Ambrose B. Frey, jG>r6tctic6il - Optic isr 17 Defective Eyesight Critically Measured and Corrected in All Possible Cases Repairing of fine watches, diamond goods and jewelry in general neatly and pfoinptly done. Charges reasonable. North Main St., Opposite G. S. Penn*& Co's ft J. R. WILLIAMS, Indertaker - and ■ Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS & BURIAL ROBES. I have moved and started in business for myself and you will always And me with a full line of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as any un- d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 4 February 1892

If""" fe'' ' I ., WBki .1. It. Lewi* A Co. httvo sold their two care of Canton Clipper plow «ml luivc plenty more to supply lover of (lit* Im-s| iiiiploiiictitH sold. J. U- CAKNAHAN TALKS. WHITE ROCK LIME In Humus, At ItotUun Kgures At Win. Cu moron «Si <'o's Sends Greetings to the Public with About WMtharford Mills. Security Debt*. Polltloa and Whutind Barlay Talk about farmers ami stockmen. Look at that cmwrt of wealthy men un Mear ("reek. They are the gentle- men of whom merchant L. W. Chris- tian reeenth sjxike through the col- umn* of Tiik Kvyriukh. rp. * a. B. Curnahau one of them was Qinppj*0 - I llclll KS !,u>ro Thurs(,av wheat. Iit> raised last year ten thousand ¡10,000) ; bushel* of wheat, lie reports wheat ; all right and his 170 acres of barley as superbly line. He is tlxiiitf to feed the Fort Worth mal tor v. Hut our j friend had a complaint against this city this time. He brought two wagons loads of wheat to Weather- ford mills. The market price in neighltoriu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 February 1892

4 J THE WEATHEBFORD ENQUIRER. ■0; VOL XH.-NO. 10. WEATHERFOfiD. TEXAS, THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution. AOAINST HOOO AND WHY? The farmers are again*t Hogg be. cause he ignored them in his ap- pointments and administration and because he, elected by them as against railroads, attempted to effect a loan of the school money to railroad com- panies. The alliance is against ITogg be- cause he ignored all the promises he, as a candidate made them and be- cause Hogg and his gang, finding they could no longer certainly use the alliance organization as an elec- tion tool attempted to kick them out of the ranks. The grange is against Hogg hecauso be ignored them in his every appoint- ment and because be has run the ad- ministration solely to further and subserve the personal ends of himself and his political henchmen. The land seller is against Hogg be- cause his administration has taken all land off the market. The land buyer is against nogg be- cause his administr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 February 1892

¿te* ¡SÍP Kf^ ? M ítv i THE CITY Of WEATHERFORD. M. W. Burner, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. B. L. Oraham, 1. A. Ooheltree, AUieriaeu First Ward. jeue Riukman, W. C. MoFall Aldermen ted Ward. A. J. Balltti Wadley, Alderman 3rd Wartl. N. B. Well , i. T. Cotten, Aldermen 4tb W*rd. A. 8. Lewi , Secretary and Treaturer. D. C. Bratton, Marshal. „ .; ¡ W. A. Uak, AMHSMor and Collector. 3hdrchk8: M. K. Chiibcii Uobth,—Cor. H. Main & Ck í«V - i «tt.,t*trrviceii every Sunday at 11 a. m and ? p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Prayer meet- ing every Wednesday Jilnht at 7:80. CU* meet- ing* and and 4tb BabWth* at :i p. ra. Misionan Society every third Sunday at 8 p. ra. Church Conference on first Sunday in eaen month. Rgv. K. K. Bookk, Pastor. PrehbytkhiaN. Oak St.. Sunday School every Sundity mornliiK at 9:30. i'r.'UchlnK Ht ll «jn., and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday Dight at 7. KEV. J. A. Woods, Pawtor. Cumhckland Pbkhbytehian.—w. Church St. Kunday School at 9:45a. m. PrcachJn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 February 1892

LONE STAR OPINIONS. r .j- THE ACC1DKNT. The senatorial race should he be- tween Culberson and Mills. The po- litical accident from Tyler should not be considered bj the members of the legislature.—Post-Lavacan. decently kicked. President Evan P. Jones has is- sued his manifesto turning out the anti-subtr asuryites, and has arres- ted the character of the County Line Alliance of Navarro county. Hut the spunky anti-subtreasuryites who endorsed the Fort Worth and Corsi- cana meetings have met President Jones' edict with complacent eon- tempt. The subtreasury fellows have been themselves decently kicked.- Austin News. KILLS CAN STAND IT. The Gazette is lowering itself in public opinion by the abuse of demo- cratic leaders like Col. Mills. It is making friends for Mills every day. Its attacks on Mills will prove a boomerang to Itself and the faction it represents. Mills and the Mills party can stand it if the Gazette can. —Austin News. pooh old man. Judge Reagan has written another lette...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 11 February 1892

II m i mk i m í '¡•.'/vi The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY J3J. BJ. HTTXÍXj ¿te CO. JAS Ü. VINCENT, EDITO* ■ I, HULL, Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- On* year.. Ms month Í! Three month Single Counting Room, on MAIN HTKKKT, one btoek South o? Square. All are Invited to call and ttee in* at any time. Entered at the Po tnfBeest Weatherfoid, Te*a a hccoiid-Clas mail mattui. WEATHERFOBD. FEB. 11. OUR TICKET. FOK l'KBSIDENT: D. S. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER, of Illinois. FOU VlCK-I'ltESlDENT: CHIEF JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. fok u. s sexatou: ROGER Q. MILLS, of Corslcana. fob governor: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. Its time some interest was being manifested in city and county elec- tions. Hon. C. K. Bell bas numerous friends who would be glad to see him in congress. It is only the sorehead prohibition- ists who are raising the old fight against Mills. If you want to hear straight de- mocracy, come to the court house Saturday the 27th. Tnis is campaign year and the grandly eloquent lio...

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