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

C3SD O © «sa 0 THE WEATHEKFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.-NO. 21. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution CARRY THE We claim credit for the inauguration of the dry goods war and low prices, special sales, etc., enabling the people of Weatherford and surrounding country to buy Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Etc., For Less Money THAN EVER BEFORE. All we ask as our reward is an opportunity to show you what we now have in stock. Our entire stock of winter goods has been converted into cash, besides all of the Christian stock, which has enabled us to purchase for SPOT MONET a very LARGE LINE OF NEW GOODS, bought in the various eastern markets. Below we quote you an index. Come to our store and see the ENTIRE VOLUME. ■ i r r DE SS GOODS. We have quite a stock of all the new weaves, including Crepons, Bed- fords, China Silks, Surahs, all-wool Challies, Silk Grenadines. The quan- tities we use in these novelties in our other houses enables us to buy fr...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 April 1892

: the city of wéatherford. V. W. Buiter, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. K. L. Urn ha ui, J. A. Ocheltree, Aldermen Blckttau, W. C. McFall Aldermen 2nd Ward A. J. Ball. 8 Wadley, Aldermen 8rd Ward. N. B. Weil*. J. T. Cotton, Aldermen 4th Ward. A. H. LewU, Secretary and Treasurer. D. C. Bratton, Marshal. W. A. List. Aksextwir and Collector. ^ CHURCHES: M. K. CHfRCH BoüTH,—Cor. 8. Main A Colum- bia tti., Serviced every Sunday at 11 a. m aua 7 p.m. Sunday School at 9:30a. m. Prayer meet Clam meet- i at 8 p. m. Mlulonarr , vy at p. m. Churofc Conference on flr t Sunday In each month. ink every Wednesday night at 7:30. In5< 2nd and 4th sabbath* al ~ Society every third Sunday rev". k. f. Boone, Paator. Chbibtian Chobch.—Corner South Main and Oak Sta. Sunday School at 9:80 a. m. Breaching at U a. m.i and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night At 7:80 . Elder \j. L. Ri do e w a y ,#Pa§tor. PBBiaYTcai ak. —Oak St., Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:80. rreyhfag^tj-l^ajn....

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

Soap SAN JACINTO DAY The Day Commemorative Texas Independence. of Agreeable soap for the hands is one that dis- solves quickly, washes quickly, rinses quickly, and leaves the skin soft and comfortable. It is Pears'. Wholesome soap is one that attacks the dirt but not the living skin. It is Pears'. Economical soap is one that a touch of cleanses. And this is Pears'. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. Live Oak Dairy, -property ok— J. L. KANE and L. W.CHRISTIAN, Pure Ho! stein Milk anil Butter for sale at all tii. JOHN CAIN, Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer's drug store. Also a few choice young ITolstein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. Fort Worlli and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only line passing through the great vPANHANDLE COUNTRY OF T353XA.S. CELEBRATED °IN GRAND STYLE By the Railway Employes. Ft Worth Ptonelblas. Citizens of Ft. Worth, We...

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

b. i 1. E&S: iM'. . ' The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by 3D. HTJXiXi &c CO. JAI- U. VINCENT, EDITOR. K. K. HULL, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- One year Six months fl.00 76 — -j- Three month* Btngle copy 5 Counting Koom* on MAIN 8TKKET, one Bojth oi 8quare. All arc tnvired Kee us at any time. block to call and Entered at the Poxtofflceat Weatherford, Teraa a* Becond-Claak mall mattei. WEATHERFORD. APRIL 28. Ü. OUR TICKET. FOB rUKSlDKXT: S. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER, of Illinois. fob vice-pbesident: CHIEF JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. fob u. s. senatob: ROGER Q. MILLS, of Corsieana. fob goveknob: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. Should it ever come to a show down Weatherford First In Everything. the people will take a "Jeffersonian Weatherford Is first in everything Democrat" governor and an elective' in business, in education, in good commission rather than Hogg and an n101"®!8 ®°d also in politics. appointive commission. , As to Pol,li(,s 11 Wi4S ,n Weather- ——- ford the gub...

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

lEATHKRKO The old log inliiti, knowu by so mauy, • •< . i.u scxneg ami incidents quent tliat the end óf the law is runk in justice. To illustrate : In the couuty court "■* '*■ "* •>«« state vs. Thomas WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII--NO. 21. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, APRIL 28,1892. SUPPLEMENT. TWICE ELEC1 ED. Mayor Levy is Now at the Helm of City Affairs. "LET US FORGIVE AND FORGET And Work for Weatherford"—Full Proceedings ot the City Coun- cil Tuesday Night. The fil.v council met in called sos- .«-iuii Tuesday night to hear the re- port, of the committee having under considerat ion the eligibility toollice of mayor-elecl (Jeo. 1\ Levy. Council was called to order by ex-Mayor 15ns- ter and on roll call, every member of the council responded to bis name. About one hundred interested visi- tors crowded into the hall to witness the proceeding. > When the council yrot to business tin; fact developed that there were two reports from the committee—a majority and a minority report. Coun...

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

I. HTJLL &c CO j appointive commission^ Tfil* «• •** ",J* ' IS IO ' ford the POSITIVELY GRAND!! Ctnpantivelj Great—Sttperlatively Stnniiie Was the Bed-hot, Qit-up-and-git, Greased lightning bus! ness done at Last week, and now flushed with victory and raidiant with joy over our successful sale, we give people of Weatherford and vicinity prices THAT WILL XSnock the Horns Off Any Concern in This NECK OF THE WOODS! SPEOAIL To every one who buys one dollar's worth or more in our shoe department this week we will give 10 YARDS HANDSOME FIGURED LAWN FREE. This does not include our Forty-nine Cent line of Shoes. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. The novelties are exquisite and we have them in all wool Cre- pons, all wool Plisae, Vigoreu* Biege, Vigoreux Chevrons, Silk, Striped Plisse, all wool Craquelles, Imported Challies, Chevron Bedfords and Silk Grenadines, A Job in Hamilton Wool Alapac- cas at 5 c. a yd. A Job in Wool Florentine Cheverons at 5c a yaid. Our prices in this department are 25 p...

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

Highest of all in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME TABLE. (To take Effect Sunday, October Is, 1891.) from weatherford. No 8.—Leave Weather ford 6 xs " Arrive Mineral Wells 7 «7 p m So. 1.—Leave Weatherford ll 00 a m " Arrive Mineral Wells 12 p m to weatherford. No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 20 am " Arrive WeatherfonI is r> am No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells 3 00 p m " Arrive WeatherfonI 4 22 p m Trains Nos. 1 and 2, daily trains ; 3 and 4 dally except Sunday. Close connection at Weatherford with the T. & P. nnd G., C. & Santa Fe trains, and at Min- eral Wells withuraham stage line. A. F. McKay, Supt. TAX AS & PACIFIC. East bonnd, No. 4 4:48 p.m. West bound, No. 3 10:30 p. m. GULF, COLORADO i SANTA FE. South bound 2:45 p. m. North bound 11 a. m., 6:15 p. m. The Santa Fe makescloseconnection with the Fort Worth <i Rio Grande at Cresson. 1 he busin...

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

1$ THE • FORT • WORTH PACKING r.OMPANY PACKERS AND CURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Hog and Beef Products, and Canners oí Meats AND DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. We are buying Hojfs and Cattle every (lay at the Union Stock Yards mar- ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. WE "Please The Eye and Ear AND YOU - WILL - WIN - THE HEART." Please Your Eyes With Choice Goods. Please Your Ears With Low Prices. Try to please your heart by honesty, and Hope to thus gain your trade. We Have the LARGEST stock of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS In North Texas, and can give you better good* aud BETTER ««CBS than_any house in all this section. We can sell you Engines aud Boilers, Beltmg, Shaft tag and Fixtures, Plows, Mowers, Threshers, Binders, Wagons, Buggies, Carts, Carriages and Wagons at Bottom Figures. It will pay you to call on us and see our goods and hear our prices. STRATTON & WHITE Successors to W- A- HUFFMAN IMPLEMENT CO- Rusk Street, - - - - FORT WORTH TEXAS. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 April 1892

W. F; ALTFATHER, NOTARY PUBLIC At Citizens Natioual Bank, weatherford, ■ TEXAS, Solicits Youb Notorial Work. MONEY TO LOAN On Farms and Ranches. Strongest company in Texas. Nine percent, rate. J. E. B. STUART. Over First Nat'l Bank, Weatherford, Texas. A* J* BALL. Attorneyat-Law, 349 MAIN STRUT, DALLAS, TEXAS SIñger Sewing - Machines FOR SALE BY G.J BANKHEAD, Spring Street, WEATHERFORD, TEX. do you bat p DO YOU SLEEP ? Do You Travel to Waco, then stop at THE NEW M'CLELLAND. SPRIN QTOWN And Weatherford Mail Line, CULWELL & ISBELL, Props. Leaves Springtown nt 7 h. in. Arrive* at Weath etfori at 12 m. Leaves Weatherford at l.HO p. m. Arrives at Springtown at 6.4"> p. m. Thi line runs DAILY except Sunday. Oiliceat STINSONSNODDY DRUG CO S, Where express matter and all orders will be left stills! & moble, —dealer8in- le goods delivered .free. North Main Street, WEATHERFORD. santa fe route, The Direct Like to GALVESTON, HOUSTON And Other Important Cities In the South. Count th« ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 28 April 1892

'• fej- i I •' Colored! Dem ocrete. The first colored democratic club organized 1n the state met Saturday i night and organized by electing George Dawson, chairman and Emett [ Alexander, secretary. The following «solution were adopted. We believe in the time-honored cachings of the democratic party as nunciated in their state and nation- platform. That we pledge our hearty support o said party. That we believe the democrats of the south are the true friend of the colored people. That we denounce in measured terms the republican party for its deception of our colored brethren in causing them to believe that the people among whom they live were their political enemies when they were and are the only friends they have, as proven by the lilly white convention recently held at Dallas. The members of the club expressed the conviction that the people among whom they were born and lived were their truest friends and advisers. Preparations are being made for the commencement exercises of Wea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

0 0 0 '-^©ff e«í 9 THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.-NO. 23. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 12, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution DO YOU WANT NEW, STYLISH, CHEAP OR FINE GOODS -IF SO, REMEMBER WE STILL- y T \ And continue to LEAD the procession. Since we came to Weatherford our business has continued to increase, from month to month We have enlarged our stock and increased our lines as our room and trade would warrant, and now ask the reader, What house in Weatherford displays a better assorted line of Dress Goods, Hosiery Gloves, Mitts, Corsets, Ladies' Vests, Muslin Underwear, Shirt Waists, IBI Parosals, Umbrellas, Fans, Laces, Embroideries, Buttons, Ribbons, Shoes, CLOTHING, CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ETC., Than we do. Having other houses with their immense trade enables us to buy in quantity lots, a decided advantage over any other firm in Weatherford. We make a spt ciality of relieving small manufacturers needing money; also sheriff and assignees of Bankrupt Stocks. Always...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. V. W. Butter, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. R. L. Oraham, J. A. Ochiltree, AMermeu ^Jeue Wiikman, W. C. MoFall Aldermen Jnd Wftvd A. J. Bell. 8 Wadley, Aldermen *rd Want. N B Well , J. T. Gotten, Aldermen 4th ward. A. 8. Lewi , Secretary and Trea urer. 1). C. Bration, Marnhal. W. A. Mik, a «senior and Collector. 0HDBCHE8: si. k. Church South,—('nr. s. Main iCoiiiw- ola *t«., Service every Sunday at 11 a. m ami 7 p.m. Sunday School at 9:80 a. m. Prayermeet- .jz rr. i ht ■ 7-an cías meet- 7 d. m. sunaay bonooi ai :nu . iu. lng every Wednesday night at 7:80. Class meet- ings 2nd and 4th Habhaths at 3 p. m. Missionary Society every third Sunday at 8 p. m. Churoh Conference on flm Sunday in eacj montt.^ Christian Church.—Corner South Main aud Oak Sts. Sunday School at 9:80 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting evory itt.j i <«1. at T • Oil m\ II B. III. •• I •" Wedrieiday night at < :3U Kl.DKK ■ I.. KiriOKWAY, Ptti-tor. Prbsbytkhi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

Pears' .V Soap V. h We perspire a pint a day without knowing it; ought to. If not. there s trouble ahead. The ob- structed skin becomes sallow or breaks out in pimples. The trouble goes deeper, but this is trouble enough. If you use Pears' Soap, no matter how often, the skin is clean and soft and open and clear. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. Live Oak Dairy, OK- —PROPERTY J, L, KANE and L. W. CHRISTIAN, Pure Holstein Milk and Butter for sule at all tiiM-s. JOHN CAIN, Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer's drug store Also a few choice young Holstein Hulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull. Arnay's Mason. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. Foit Worth and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only line pws-inif tlirotiith the «rent PANHANDLE COUNTRY OF TEXAS. The greatest wheat growing <-ouinry in the world. ( lump horiu's for all. AN the onlydi- reet ruute to Washington, Idaho. Oregon Montana, Colorado Wyo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

p í ®§ ) ! ¡flife f.'-. íÍM á i v n IBS ■ J The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by- IE¡. IE¡. httll & co. JAS- U. VINCENT, BDITOR. t. C. HULL, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- One year Six month . .. Three month Single copy $1.00 76 . 50 ■j Counting Rooms on MAIN KTKKET, one block South of 8<iuare. All are iuvif€'<i to call and nee un at any time. Entered at the Poatofflceat Weatherford, Texas an KecoudClas* mail mallei. WEATHERFORD. MAY 12. OUR TICKET. koh i-uesidknt: D. S. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLEB, of Illinois. fob vice-i'uksident: CHIEF JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. fob u. s senator: BOGEB Q. MILLS, of Corsicana. fob oovebnob: GEOBGE CLABK, of Waco. Hon. Dudly Wooten is covering himself with undying glory in this campaign. When the third party announces its candidates for state offices at Dal- las June 23rd the fun will begin in dead earnest. Tío intelligent observer doubts that Hon. Barney Gibbs is right in judg- ing the third party movement in Tex- as as very form...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

1U firth I ,Thp hunniAiit. nipn in this unrld POSITIVELY AUDI] Comparatively Great— Was the Red-hot, Git-up-and-git, Greased lightning busi ness done at Last week, and now flushed with victory and raidiant with joy over our successful sale, we give people of Weatherford and vicinity prices THAT WILL Hxioek the Horns Off Any Concern in This NECK OF THE WOODS! SPECIAL To every one who buys one dollar's worth or more in our shoe department this week * we will give 10 YARDS HANDSOME FIGURED LAWN FREE. This does not include our Forty-nine Cent line of Shoes. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. The nove'ties are exciuisite and we have them in all wool Cre- pons, all wool Plisse, Vigoreux Bie^e. Vigoreux Chevrons, Silk, Sniped Pisse, all wool Craquelles, Imported Cliallies, Chevron Bed'ords and Silk Grenadires, A Job in Hamilton Wool Alapac- cas at 5 c. a yd. A Job in Wool Florentine Cheverons at 5c a ya'd. Our prices in this department are 25 per <ent lower than anv other house in the ciiy'and we ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

ISür z f WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER VOL. Xn-NO. 21. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, MAT 12,1892. SUPPLEMENT. §},: I fe- cuy Counoll Prooeedina . Th« city council met in revuiar ses- hi<iii last Tuesday night, all member* present except Alderman Wells. Aldermen J. U. Lewis and J. T. Lowiy being members of the school hoard resigned their positions on the board, which resignations were ac- cepted by the council. The mayor then appointed the following stahd- lug committees: Finance.—Aldermen Carson, Mc- (Jlesky and Lowrv. Street.—Aldermen Bailey. Lewis and McClesky. Fire.—Aldermen Wells, Sandefer aud Lowry. Police.—Aldermen Nicholson, Bai- ley and Carson. Railroads.—Aldermen McClesky, Wells and bailey. Printing.—Aldermen Lewis, Nich- olson and Wells. Health.—Alderman Sandefer, Car- son and Lewis. Cemetery.—Alderman Lowry, Nich- olson-and Sandefer. A finance committee appointed to investigate a proposition to nvest a surplus of the srhool building bond fund In approved securities reported the amount on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

T (i- Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Fruits (if ¡ill kind nt Freear I¡ros'. 'J2 4t. ♦ - - Now watch tin- lieUl mul garden truck ir row. J. M. Richards of Weatherford 1a iu the city on business.—Fort Worth Mall. Jasper N. Haney, one of Weather- ford's leading citizens, is a guest of the Mansion -Gazette. Frccar Uro*. is the cheapest grocery house in town. Gotnl* delivered free. Call and see them aud get prices. 22 4t. Farmers stockmen, gardeners, millmcn. railroad men merchants—all classes are re- joicing over the big, soaking rains. G tod roads are what all Parker ueeds an 1 good roads Weatherfoid must have if she is to hold her magnificent trade. AND ¡ WEATHERKOKli, M1NEKAI. WKI.I.S NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. ¡Ti> take Effect Sunday, October 1 , 1S91.) FROM WKATHKKFORD. No 8.—Leave Weatherfur! 6 l". p ¡11 " Arrive Mineral Well. 7 p ni No. 1.—Leave Weatherfoni 11 no a m " Arrive Mine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

I <•! I .« ■■« r^w. FORT • WORTrt PACKING COMPANY PACKERS JLS 'REIÍS OF ALL KIND * Bog and Beei Products, and Canners of Meats ASP DELICACIES. SASSA3E OF ALL EHTD. W« an- viTtnti FL gs and Cattle ev^ry lay at the Union Stork Y;ir<l *et. N-irtii F^rt W irth. an<i especially solicit T*-xa-i ruise<l bojfs an<l mar- :attie. "Please The Eye and Ear YOU - WILL - WIN THE HURT." WE Please Your Eyes With Choice Goods. Please Your Ears With Low Prices. Try to please your heart by honesty, and Hope to thus gain your trade. We Have the LARGEST stock of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS In North feiu, and can give you better good- 11 BET"! I! í PRICES than auy h onse in all rhSa se~.tiou We can sell you Eat* us and ! •> ts, Belting, Shaft lug and Fixtures, Plow*. Mowers, Threshers, l.in 'ers, W k >U8, Buggies,-(Jarts, Carriages and Wagons at Bottom Figims. i' «i-l cay y "ti to nal! on us and see our goods and hear our jiric. a. STRATTON & WHITE Successors to W- A- HUFFMAN IMPLEMEN...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

W. F. ALTFATHER, NOTARY PUBLIC At Citixens National Bank, WRATHERFoRD, TEXAS. Solicits Yocr Notosiai. Work. MONEY TO LOAN Oa Farina and Ranches. Strongest company in Texas. Nine percent, rate. J. E. B. STUART. Over First Nat'l Bank, Weatherford, Texas. A. J. BALL. Attorneyat-Law, 249 MAIN STREET, DALLAS, 13XAS SingeR Sewing - Machines FOR SALE BY G.J BANKHEAD, Spring Street, WEATHERFORD, TEX. DO YOU EAT ? DO YOU SLEEP ? Do You Travel to Waco, THEN STOP AT THE NEW M'CLELLAND. SPRINGTOWN And Weatherford Mail Line, CULWELL & ISBELL. Props. Leaves Springtown at 7 a. in. Arrives at VVcath- erfori at 12 in. Leaves Weatherford at 1.30 p. in. Arrives at Springtown at fi.45 p. m. This line i nns DAILY except Sunday. Office at STINSON-SNODDY DRUC CO S, Where express matter and all orders will be left ST1LLET J MOBILE, -DEALERS IN- íes. GOODS DELIVERED FREE. North Main Street. WEATHERFORD. "SANTA FE ROUTE, Thp. Direct Line to GALVESTON, HOUSTON And Other Important Cities In the South. SOLI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 May 1892

fie mm It Has Always BEEN OUR AIM TO STAND At the Head of the List In supplying the wants of the people in anything in the Queensware and glassware line. We are now showing a very pretty line of Berry Sets. Riey com« in six assorted patterns, an<l range In priee from 45c. to $2.50. mm COA IMS & FRUIT BOWLS NEUMEGEN & MARX, HAVE NOW OPENED AND DISPLAYED IN THEIR MAMMOTH STORE • THEIR ELEGANT <* Stock of New Spring Dry Goods And invite a careful inspection of them. They comprise all the novelties of the season, including all vyool J3BDFOKD CORDS, in all shades, which are all the rage in the market, all-wool Challies, Zephyr Ginghams, Silk Grenadines, and as ele- gant assortment of all other DRBSS FABR/CS as can be found in any of the Eastern cities. TRIIVIIVIirvlGiS' *n la^e6^ designs and colors. V INS: One thousand pairs Ladies'SILK GLOVES, in Tan, Greys and Black at 25 cents per pair; 2000 Misses' feTRAW HATS, latest styles, at 25 cents, worth $1.00. : A full stock of ...

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