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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 March 1892

x: THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.--NO. 13. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 3. 1892. Successor to Sun-Co nstitution, MORE PLUMS FOR THE GOOD People of Weatherford and Surrounding Country. Always on the alert with ready cash, we are able to take advantage of any bargains offered, and have just closed a trade with Mr. L. W. Christian for his entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats & Clothing at 40 cents on the dollar. We are now invoicing these goods and will put them on the market at what they will bring. We will not hold for cost, but Turn Them Loose With a Rush! Commencing on Saturday, the 20th. Our present stock, at our old stand on North Main street we move to the Christian Building about the 27 th. In or- der to reduce both stocks we will sell anything in our old store at ©OgT . pOl^ . OISTE . WEEFi . OIVTL-V * We do this to unload as much as possible in the next few weeks. Our buyer starts east next week, and we mean to CLOSE OUT our present stock to make room...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 March 1892

THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. II. W. Hunter. Maynr. . A.J. Hood. City Attorney. K. I.. Urubaui. J. A. Oclieltrce, Alder mea Vint Wnnl. Je«e Hi- kinaii, W. C. MePull Aldermen 2nd Want A. J. B 'II, 8 Wmlley, Aldermen 3rd Ward. N. 11. Well*, J T. CotUiii, A Merme ti luí Ward A. fc. Lewis, sjei retH-v ami Tri-amirer V. <!. HratU'ii, Mtr.hnl. W. A. LUk, Aw"-!' anil Oolleetul. .'II I'K'll k8: M. B. (JHUtni XitfTM,—<' r H Main A I'oluul- bla Stv, Servil'" Hv t*r\ Hunda! at II a. m and 7 p.m. 8un<1ay Seli.nd hi!I::«1h. in. Hmiei moot- ing every WedneMÍii\ ninlit at 7:110. i'la^h meet- ings 2nd and 4tl> Haiibath* hi S i>. m. MI«slonal* ^Society every third Sunday ul it p. m. i nuron Conference on first Holiday In aeli ni.itith. Kkv. k. f. Boonk Pastor. Ch lit stun (•iii'hi h.—Corner South Main and Oak Sis. Sunday Ke.h>wd at ('•.'«) a. ni. I'ieaclllu at 1! a. in., mid ",'M |>. iu. Hiujer meeting every Wednesday nivht at 7:8 l-.J.fjBK I.. IUDGIWaY, raitor. FkksbytkhiaN.—Oak St....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 March 1892

I LONE STAR OPINIONS. A Whole Column from the Austin Caplti llan "Gteo. Clark, govern. >r," sounds well. Geo. Clark seems to have "flushed" the Tyler covey. The "Knight of the Weeding Heart" begins to look blue. Like the snow ball, Geo. Clark's popularity grows as it rolls on. AftertheAugustdogdays.it will be "little," instead of "big" Finlev, a now. It will do Maj. McGaughey no good to play "tail" to Gov. lloog's kite this year Barney Gibbs must be a patient "setter." He spends most of In- time "hatching" politics and candi- dates. Most of the Tyler gang are g->od poker players, it is true; but George Clark will prove to be a hard man to "bluff." No one will doubt that Jim llogy has brains, but most all will agree that his '-brain patch" has not been properly "cultivated." Gov. Hogg is quarreling with a neighbor ¡11 Tyler, about ten feet of ground which both claim. It would pay him better to be looking after that 3x0 political hole in the ground, into which it is likely he wi...

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

If I i- f fa it t The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY E. Ü3. HTJXJXJ & CO. JAS- U. VINCENT, EDITOR. ■ E. HULL, Business Nlanagar- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- Odc year— Six months ... Three mouth Single uopy It.ou 74 ■it) % Counting Room* on MAIN STREET, oue t li Month of Square. All nr.- invtrc*<i to e*ll win see Hit ut any time. Entered at the Po t..ffui at Weatherford, Texa* a* Secoud-Ci ** mull matusi. WEATHERFOUD. MAH .1 OUR TICKET. 1'1¡1->ii kn"1 : 1*. ¡5. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLBK, of Illinois. for vjce-i'kesidknt: ÜHIEF .JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Geortria. for r. s senator: ROGER Q. MILLS, of Corsicana. for governor: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. Last Saturday is now the most no- table clay in the history of Weather- ford. Last Saturday's visitors wen among the most destinRuished men of Texas. ■M'st at this time there is no mid- dle ground- no man can sit 011 a slump in the woods nor can he strad- dle a barbed wire fence. Ft. Worth -teps to the front of Texas cities. The nomination of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 March 1892

T i t j k i DECISIVE Baking Powder Tests The United States Officia Investigation of Baking Powders, made, by authority of Congress, in the Department of Agriculture, Washing- ton, D. C., furnishes the highest authoritative informa- tion as to which powder is the best. The Official Report Shows the ROYAL to be a i cream of tartar baking pow- der, superior to all others in leavening power The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WEl.ls NORTHWESTERN TIME-TA1JI<E. (To take Effect Sunday, October is, l.v.ii.) krom wbatiibkfobd. No 3.—Leave Weatberford " Arrive Mineral Wells No. 1.—Leave Weatberford " Arrive Mineral WellS. AND .11 15 p ill .7 :¡7 i> in . 11 0(1 a ill rj 'j j 11 in TO WKATHEKFOKI). No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 a) a m " Arrive Weatberford s i; u m No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells :! <k) p in' " Arrive Weatberford 1 S2 j> m Trains Nos. 1 and dailv trains ; ." and 1 daily oxeept Sunday. Close connection at Weatlierlord Willi the T. & P. and G., C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 March 1892

M Ü1 o. W. H. TENNISON HAS MOVED Into Hris New Building, CORNER OF York Avenue and Bridge Street, AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE. THE * FORT • WORTH I PACKING COMPANY PACKERS AND CURE IIS OF ALL KINDS OF Hog and Beef Products, and Canncrs oí Meals AND DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. We arc buying nogs and Cattle every day at the Union Stock Yards mar- ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. And So Are the People Over the Large Number of Makes of PIANOS AND ORGANS And LOW PRICES Offered by COLLINS & ARMSTRONG CO., Write or Call. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. J. M. KIND EL. . I. p. VOLLINTINt kindel & vollintine, DEALERS IN Drugs - and - Patent -" :J: PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, CIGARS, PAINTS, OILS, ETC. ▼ollintine's Liniment, Cough Cure and Epilepsy or Fit Cure Specialties WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. MANSION HOTEL, • * W. W. DUNN & SON, Proprietors, 4th St. From Main to Rask, FORT WORTH. First in Every Respect. Good Sample Rooms. THE ENQUIRER JOB OFFICE, T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 March 1892

HENRY M. BRUCE, THE KJNKST AND LAKUKST STOCK OF CLOCKS! Ever Brought to Weatherford. A nuptial novelty. We can sell you clocks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-five Dollars. " MeSquare HENRY M. BRUCE, "berfori. J. R. COOTS, Prest. K. W. KINDKL, Vice-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL &c SURPLUS, $260.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. I Collections a Specialty. North Main St. m 3.V J. R. WILLIAMS, Undertaker - and • Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS & BURIAL ROBES. j I have moved and started in business for myself and you will always lind me with a full line of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as any un- dertaker in Texas. OVER BEN C. HENRY'S FURNITURE STORE. REMEMBER THAT THE OLD RELIABLE LINE . BAKER'S TRANSFER. "SKMi'KR 1 DEM." Has never pone buck on you in the 12 years Unit it has been running in Weatherford and that it Will give cheaper and better rates than any line in the city. Ijea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 March 1892

i §s m j«;r I r| — CO QC UJ O < CD CD CO a: LÜ 0 ffl H fc W O fc W H H < Ou SB CO >> > es © SB < s -2 M © bo u CS _] CO s OQ 03 H fc W O ¡z W S H B ft & '§ tl <71 Vs P5 w W <4 n u Pi H CÍJ E-« <í O. M. H. Ktanbir surwj. ooariderstkm, «800. A. M. Unscn to J. II. Stone. S. half lot 4, block S, O. T. P. ot WeaUierford; con sideration. «*700. W. A. Johnson, by «taeiiff. U Franco T. un Laad Co.. 40 sen's out of section • 1W. fonidiicntlion. «SO. ! J. M. Kimicll H *1 to T. I>. Harwell, arivs: Üt«. Suggs aurvey; 2# 19 ,er«w, L. 8. Harnby aurvey; 50 ai r , T. j Jc P. R'y survey So. 191; 138 «crea. A. J. llill et al survey, consideration. $6000. ! J no H. I>ewis to Tucker Oilmore. lot Í8, biock 8. P. A M. sub-division of Ila.ll j A Roach's addition to Wt^atherfonl; con- sideration. «50. Steve Mot wo to Fmi Slocuin, -tíítt aeres. T. & P. survey No 8, block No. 7; «-on «deration. $1,746 J P. Manns* to W. 8. Claytou, (wtrt W. P. Oillilan<l and T. «!t ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 March 1892

' . *á I s&$ im, ffe 1 i THE WEATHERFOED ENQUIRER. VOL. XH--NO. 14. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution SI5.OQO--STOCK--ai5.QQQ. Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Clothing, T Always on the alert with READY CASH enables us to take advantage of any plums offered, and we have just closed a trade with Mr L W Christian for his entire stock at 40 cents on the dollar. As it is late in the season these goods must be SLAUGHTERED to move them to make room for New Goods Our regular orices are lower than cut figures of others, but now comes the time when friendship ceases, and goods must be moved with a RUSH and we put the knife in s6 deep that to see is to buy. We have moved our entire stock to the Next door to Postofflce, and both stocks are SLAUGHTERED alike. We quote a few prices below. STOCK LEADERS. Make no baits unless you call our entire Gents' Furnishing Goods. Boys' Suspenders, worth 25 cents, for 10 cents. Men's Sample Suspenders, worth $4 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 March 1892

i • . ■ ¿ .* M 1 .vv ' ■ ' ni k'-# ■ m THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. M. W. Buster, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. , K. L. Graham, J. A. Ocheltrec, AMeruup fmt Ward. Jeiw Klikmtn, W. C. McKall Alderaen Md Ward. - A. J. Ball, 8 Wart ley, Aldermen Krrt Ward. K. B. Weill), J. T. Cotton, Alrtertnen 4th Ward. A. B. Lewis, Secretary and Treasurer. D. 0. Bruttou, Marshal. * W. A. Lisie, Assessor and Collector. jhukches: M. B. ClluacH South,—Cor. s. Main A Colum- bia sts., Sorvlces every Sunday at 11 a. in auu 7 p.m. Bunday School at9:30n. m. i'rayer meet- lag every Wednesday night al 7:S0. Clan meet- Ibrh 2nd anrt 4th Subbath- at 3 p. m. MUstuiiary Society every thirrt Sunrtay al 3 ]>■ ">• Churon •onfereuce ou first Bunrtay In each montn. kkv. k. k. hkosk, Pastor. Christian Church.—Corner South Main and Unes of sorrow the soundness of these principles. • # Oak Hts. Sunday School at 9:30 a. ui. 1'reachiofl at 11 a. m., ami 7M j>. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday ulxlit ai 7;30 Ki.ukb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 March 1892

SPEAK KINO WORDS. When One le Trying to Do Good Notice What They do and Speak Kindiy. It is really surprising how much tfo'jd a word of praise will do. Think kind reader, all readers are more or less kind, especially those who .have paid up in advance, of the effect such words have upon you, few of us like to toil on and never get a word of en- couragement. It is indeed a com- fort for us to believe that some per- son or persons think well of our ef- forts. "A kiss from my mother made me a painter,''said the veter- an artist, Benjamine West, after he had won fame and hung his pictures m the Royal Academies. When she looked at his first boyish sketch she praised it, if she had been a silly or sulky parent she might have said "Foolish child, don't waste your time on such daubs," and have ({uenched his first spark of ambition. Commendation is a prodigious power with the human fami y, it is even good for children; o'ten one word of honest praise bestowed at the right time is worth a who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 March 1892

■v' «f; PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY IE3. E. HULL & CO. JAS- U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E E. HULL, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One year.. . rii« month * . . Three mouth xlugle copy ll.fni Iinnting Room ( l> MAIN STKKKT, one hl«n-k rntb oT 8«|UHri'. All art* invlcpd to mil mnl M'f II at any lime. (• ntered at the Po*toffi*'i*Bt Weatherfor'!, Ifiis a Second < la mail inattei. WKATlIERrOIlI). MARCH ID. OUR TICKET. fob president: U. S. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER, of Illinois. fob vice-i'itesidknt: CHIEF JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. fob u. 8. benatob: ROGER Q. MILLS, of Corsicana. fob governor: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. if county chairman or county ex- ecutive couimitties under the ar- rogant dictation of state Chairman Finley attempt by undue haste or other scheming to manipulate prima- ries in Ihe interest of Hogg, they will feel tii<' lightning so forcibly they will never hear the thunder roar. If the Ilugg-Finley gang want to make this a campaign of personal misrepresentotions...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 March 1892

WHY Royal Baking Powder is Best. " The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, fori have so found it in many tests made both for * that company and the United States Government. "I will go still further and state that because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, CC the Royal Baking Powder is undoubt- edly the Purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "HENRY A. MOTT, PH. D." Late United States Government Chemist The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. (To take Effect Sunday, October 18,1891.) from wkathkrfori). No 3.—Leave Weatherford f> 15 pm " Arrive Mineral Wells 7 :¡7 |> m No. 1.—Leave Weatherford 11 00 am " Arrive Mineral WellS 12 22 p m j to wkatherfdrd. No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 20 am " Arrive Weatherford 8 42 am No. 4— Leave Mineral Wells 8 0...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 March 1892

L i ' !§J ' Ü3É r 1 if W. H. TENNISON has; mo ved Into Hris New Building, corner of York Avenue and Bridge Street, AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE. THE • FORT « WORTH ■I PACKING CQMPANX PACKERS AND CUREItS OF ALL KINDS OF Hog and Beef Products, and Canners oí Meats AND DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. We are buying Hogs anil Cattle every duy at tin- Union Stock Yards mar- ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. EUROPE EICITED= And So Are the People Over the Large Number of Makes of PIANOS AND ORGANS And LOW PRICES Offered by COLLINS & ARMSTRONG CO.. Brer Brown and w*ier Wblte. I Monkeys' Paruili U tlie disrespectful nam upplied by wliite folks to a colored tuition liuuse of worship ou Plcasaut avenue, Philadelphia. Sister White lived up stairs o\ i r the sa«rt*l premises and rented it to the congregation. Because of li<-r consequence in tlie congregation. Sister White was called Sister Bishop : White. Ur.>r White was the pastor of | Monkey '...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 March 1892

HENRY M. BRUCE, THE FINEST AN'D LARGEST STOCK OF CLOCKS! Ever Brought to Weatherford. We can sell you clocks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-five Dollars H. Side Square, HENRY M. BRUCE. — J. K. COUTS, Prest. K. W. KINDKL, Vlce-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. O-AJPXT.A.rj &c SXJKFX-.TJS, $260.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. J. R. WILLIAMS, Undertaker - and - Embalmer. COFFINS, CASKETS & BURIAL ROBES. 1 have moved and started in business tor myself and you will always find nif with a full lint.- of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as any un- dertaker in Texas. OVER BEN C. HENRY'S FURNITURE STORE. REMEMBER THAT THE OLD RELIABLE LINE BAKER'S TRANSFER. "SEMI'KR IDEM." Has never jrone buck on you in the 12 yours that il has been running in Weatherford and that it Will give cheaper and better rates than any line in the city. Leave your or- ders at the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 10 March 1892

_ qgp /<• ?<•'. * - * ■KaS64 .'.r:c: I"- ^rr-i BTv ;#*: 1 f ' m M II hi f I •. V. ) v , V' i m . pro. «.^iruraAi . " A% Parsons' High School. A representative of Tiik Ksquikkb ¡ made a trip to the village of. schools. ^ Veals Station, Friday, and wan sur- prized to find such a magnlllcont col- lege building. It is commodious ami w«ll appointed, and has all th«* mod- ern educational appliances and in j manned by teacher* of known ability. It is situated on hiub grounds and commands a pleasinjj view for tulles from all points. It is far enough from a city or railroad town to escape influences harmful to students and Is noted for its health and quietude. The reporter was graciously treat- ed by Profs. Green and Erwin, who_ made his visit a pleasant one. The attendance this year exceeds that of last, and prospects are still better for next year. The faculty consists of Profs W. Albert Erwin, S. W. Parsons A. IS., ,J. L. Kell A. M., C. C. Mullock, II. S. Tipton, Miss Delia lilanton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 April 1892

THE WE ATHEliFO 111) ENQUIRER. 1; : .. i VOL. Xn.-NO. 18. WEATHERFORI). TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 7. 1892. Successor to Sun-Constit t* \ \ if i Our buyer, wl_Je in New York, was successful in getting some unprecedented BARGAINS, which we have received in large quantities this week, consisting of the latest Imported and Domestic - Dress - Goods, Handsome line 38 inch Henriettas, all wool Crepons, all wool Bedford Cords, in plain or stripes, Satin stripe, Jacquards, in very newest shades, all wool Assation and Bon Clet Flan- nels, the latest Dress Materials for the Spring! A full and complete line of Trimmings, embrac- ing every imaginable shade in CHINA SILKS, Feather and plain Silk Guieps and Jet Pasan- tries, fresh from across the waters, bought di- rect from manufacturers' agents at closing out prices. We cordially invite the ladies to visit our store and examine our goods before mairing their spring purchases elsewhere. Respectfully, BUTTS BRO Christian's Old Stand. K lili 8tata Exe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 April 1892

Hi Efe' É0 \ M?. |P tv' y CITY OF WEATHERFORD. 7. Bu*tur, Mayor. lood.í'ity Attorney. L. Orahain, J. A. Oeheltree, AUleroieft Ward. iw Kickinan, W. O. MoKall Aldemeu Jad tí. . J. Hall. 8 Wadlev, Aldermen Rrd Ward. i. B. Well*, 1. T. Gotten, Aldermen 4th Ward. A. H. Lewi , Secretary and Treasurer. D. C. Bratton, Marxhal. W. A. I.ink, Assessor and Collector. JHL'RCHEH: M. K. (,'hi'hch South,—Cor. 8. Main 4t Colum- bia sts., Service* every Sunday at U a. m aoa 7 p.m. Sunday School at9:30a. m. Frayermeet- ing every Wednesday night at 7:80. Clan* meet- ing! 2nd and 4th Sabbath* at 3 p. m. Miwrtonarv Society every third Sunday at 8 p. m. Churen Conference on first Sunday in each month. Kiev. K. k. Boon*. Fa*tor. ciuubti am Chubch.—Corner South Main and Oak SU. Sunday School at 9:80 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. in., and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:80 Kldbk i . L. Ridoeway,.Fautor. Pmsbytíhian.—Oak St., Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:80. preaching at 11 a. m., ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 April 1892

1 Pears' Soap It ¡6 a ' wonderful soap that takes hold quick and does no harm. No harm! It leaves the skin soft like a baby's; no alkali in it, nothing but soap. The harm is done by al- kali. Still more harm is done by not washing. So, bad soap is better than none. What is bad soap? Imper- fectly made; the fat and al- kali not well balanced or not combined. What is good soap? Pears'. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. TERRELL. 'A Political Bankrupt Charged With Arrant Cowardice"' "BLUSTER, MOCK COUARGE, Por What He Lacked of aa Honorable Booord in the Lata Unfortunate War." Live Oak Dairy, -PHOPKRTY OK- J. L. KANE and L. W. CHRISTIAN, Pure Holstein Milk an«l Butter for sule at all times. JOHN CAIN, Dairyman Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer's drug store Also a few choice young Holstein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull. Array's Maxon. WEATHERFOBD. TEXAS. Fort Woflh and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific Sy...

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

Mil 1 1 1ISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY — BJ. E3. ÜXJLXJ & CO. AS- U. VINCENT, EDITOR. £. E. HULL, Business Manager. subscription price One year— riix month* — Three month* finale copy fl.W) Counting Room on MAIN STKKE1. our block S>onth of Square All are invUeri t«> «'all ami Míe us ut any time. Kntered at the Postoflleeat Weatherford, Texas as Second-Class mail miittei. WEATHERFORD. APRIL T. OUR TICKET. kok I'KKKIDKNT: Ü. S. CHIEF JUSTICE FTLLBR, of Illinois. kob vice-president: CHIEF JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. fob IT. s senator: ROGER Q. MILLS, of Corslcana. kob governor: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. It is (.'ffective work that the Cle- burne Chronicle is doing for George Clark. Thbhk is a sudden quietness about the silver mine prospects and opera- tions in Eastland, Erath and Palo Pinto counties. There ure hoiuc inori in this coun- try howling against corporations who don't have ten cents worth of busi- ness with corporations in a year. Fob the first time in a quarter of 4 centu...

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