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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 21 April 1893

THE REPUBLIC FRIDAY APRIL 21, 1893. The Republic has the largest circulatiun of any paper pub- lished .111 Parker County. SHORTENED. —Visit Charley's parlor, a 14-tf —Hill's roller patent Hour ¡it Sul- ley <fc Hart's. —Fine cigars at Charley's par- lor. a 14-tf —Refreshing sodas at Charley's fount, a 14-tt —Clark «fe Mountcastle's for Princess Tea. J6-tf. —Leaf tobacco 15cts . a pound at Knight ife Son . in 3-tf. —Go to Stilley A Hart's for Sweet Chops—best on earth. —All kinds of choice candies at Charley's parlor, a 14-ti —Try Hill's roller patent flour, for sale at Stilley & Hart's, f-3 2-t. —Free delivery to any part of the city at Clark & Mountcastle. jfi-tf. —For the best flour, try Hill's roller patent. For sale at Stilley «fe Hart's. Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Price spent a few days at Mineral Wells during the week. —The best and most delicious creams served at Charley's parlor. al4-tf Miss Nathlia Edgar left Saturday for Albany on a visit to relatives and friends. —Clark...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 21 April 1893

1 v TEXAS LEGISLATURE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY- THIRD SESSION. Tha ftouat* IU «lr l" * * «Jud«® l'P«n the Mc(.>u«h y Caá* Halla CriiuJual Conrl Hill l awtt d Nuw AwaiU b« Governor's 8ltn t i . Austin, April 13 —It is understood that McOaughey hai employed to de- fend bun J wig* Terrell, Judge Fauik ■ad Colonel Walton. The pok **men Of the pro*ecu:ing bouwi committee will be Mr. Smith of Hill and Mr. Henderson of Milam, a strong leaui on both aides. TuckJAJT* TUIC IJOL'tiE. Austin, April 11.—Tfie house bill pre- scribing th« duties of county officer in keeping financial accounts and making Statements of sauie, on second reading, was amended and passed to engross- ment. The house went into committee of the Whole on the general appropriation bilL The pending question was Mr. Gravee' amendment to strike out $510,000 for militia and encampments and insert $10,000. Rejected. Mr. Graves then offered an amend- ment to make the appropriation $12,000, which was adopted. Mr. Mills amended...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 21 April 1893

THE NEWS IN BRIEF. HAPPENINGS OF FROM VARIOUS PARTS THE WORLD. Incidents Reduced From Column* to Splejr Paragraph*—F very thing Elimi- nated llut Fact For the Convuuieuce i of Our Readers. No Water, the famous Sioux chief, is Idead. . The striking miners in Belgium bare | become riotous. Governor Stone of Missouri says he | has no senatorial aspirations. A mad dog bit several people in the | country near Hillsboro, Ills. George B. Simpson, the well known | banker of Kansas City, is dead. The united mineworkers have decided | on a 4 and 5 cent advance in wages. The San Antonio and Aransas Pass ¡railway grievances have been adjusted. Miss Lizzie Miller, well known in St. I Louis, committed suicide at Colum- bus, O. The sole leather trust is about ready I to begin business with a $75,000,000 cap- ital. The annual convention of the united Imiueworkers is being held at Colum- bus, O. The Williamson flcuring mill at Pitts- Keld. Ills., burned entailing a loss of 18,000. The differences be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 21 April 1893

í, t # ÑEW + MR RIVALS This Week and now on Sale New Woolen Diess Goods Light Weights and Colors foi Spring Wear, New Silks for Trimmings íxud Drosses. Xgw Irtíflf'WJiit jum! linso' I rimming Bnti'lh. New Departure In Fine Woolen Dress Ceods. JrifU-ad of buying a few «tvíof J)rc«- carrying a '<¡g *Un:k, or biiyi patt<¡riin on'- of ü kind ai<<! paying the extra pri<:<- for cut- ting pi'-cw, we buy in quaotitic* for our Fort Worth hou>><? and moid a pattern of every ftyln in the Fort Worth «tore, r«ípl« ninh daily (ifxi have nil the ti<-w thing* in novelty 'lr< HM good*. You have a (/rent many advantage* in buying thin way. Firet, yon get all the Htylf •h ami 11 mi I i ti<>H contained in a complete <lr<HM good* depait merit for a mnah larger market;' Hccoml, yon hav« an exclusivo pat- tom, no danger of your neighbor having a (lri-HM like you; third, j you onn and do got tin* benefit, price, the re- jit oí competí": jr.' oí Port Worth arid D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 28 April 1893

Ije tUcckli) Republic. VOL. 2. WEATHERFORD, PARKER COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1893. NO. 45 A MUTUAL DEAL AT THE We make money by selling you dry goods. You save money in buying dry goods of us. Read the prices for proof of our assertion. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT We have the handsomest line of spring dress goods ever brought to the city, con- sisting of all the novelties in the latest tints, fabrics, etc. Handsome line of wool finished challies at 6 cents. India silk finished novelties at' 10 cents per yard, worth 20 cents. Handsome figured baptiste at 10 cents per yard, worth 25 cents. Lovely figured mulls at 10 cents per yard, worth 25 cents. Beautiful mentone zyphyrs at 10 cents per yard, sold elsewhere at 25 cents. All linen figured brilliants at 15 cents, fully worth 30 cents. Opera shades in crown hunting at 6 cents, worth 10 cents. Penaugs in polka dotted and stripes for ladies'waists at 15 cents. Figured india dress silks, all shades, at 50 cents, worth 75 cents. Irridesc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 28 April 1893

4*-r ¿í f BUSY AS BEES ARE THE PEOPLE AT THE RACKET STORE • On North Main Street in the Clanton Building. ■ I I i Iff 111 M § 7 * J b j 63. CANDY DEPARTMENT. Fresh goods all the time. Fine mixed candy at 10c per lb. Chocolate, A No. 1, 20c per lb. French cream, mixed "25c pur lb. Finest chocolate at 30c per lb. SHOE DEPARTMENT. New addition. We can .sell yon a lady's glove grain button shoe for $110, never sold before for less than $1.50. Men's shoes, worth $2.00, our price only $1.50. HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. Ladies' lisle thread hose, solid color, only 12^c, would be cheap at 25c. Ladies' black hose, Henusdorf dye, at 15c, worth 25c anywhere. OUR MILLINERY DEP'T is complete and we can save you money in ribbons, tiowers, shapes, trimmed and untrimmed hats; we have them from 25c to $5.00, lowest in the city. GENTS' SPRING AND SUMMER UNDERWEAR. a good gauze undershirt 20c. a balbriggan undershirt 35c, a pair of drill drawers 25c. Striped balbriggan, fine goods, only 65c, $1.25 per suit, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 28 April 1893

DOINGS OF EX-PRESIDENTS Washington retired to Mount Vernon and lived the life of a gen- tleman planter. Jefferson and Madison went to their Virginia estates, cultivated the soil am' engaged in study. Jefferson was also rector of the university of Virginia. John Adams in his retirement busied himself with his pen until his death. James Monroe went to Mew York and practiced law. but was unsuccesful and died poor in a few years. Jackson went to the hermitage and ended his days as a planter. Van Buren was rich, and spent most of his time aoroad when he was ex-president. While he was at the court of St. James, rumor said that Queen Victoria, who was then a princess, was in love with his son, afterward nicknamed "Prince John." Fillmore went abroad, aud upon his returi/ran for president on the know nothing ticket and was de- feated. Franklin Pierce traveled exten- sively, but passed his later years in retirement at Concord, N. H. James K. Polk was rich enough to enjoy himself without labor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 28 April 1893

1 f a I i! if i i it 11- 1 I * I! I I It l ■ 1 ! THE REPUBLIC c. a. SHROPSHIRE, - * Proprietor H. C.SHROPSHIRE, Ed. & Business Man'r OFFICIAL PAPHR OF THE CITY Published Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year, in advance 6i* Months, in adva-oe • Three Mouths, in a l vanee -5 Enter, d at the Portofflee at Weatherford Texas, as second-class mail aiatu-r. FRIDAY, APRIL 28. 1893. Monday the gates of the world's fair will be opened to the world. The fallibility and infirmities of man are responsible for half the ills of life. Like all trusts allowed to run their course the whiskey combine is said to be shaky. A quarter in your pocket will buy more groceries than the dol- lar somebody owes you. A criminal never enjoys a break- ing out more than when exercised in the act of escaping from a jail. Ten years have been consumed in starting Tom Varnell, the man who murdered old man Lapd in Hill county in 1883, on the road to the penitentiary. Is this a specimen of speedy justice? The Py...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 28 April 1893

THE REPUBLIC FRIDAY APRIL 28, 1893. The Republic has the largest circulation of an/ paper pub- lished in Parker County. SHORTENED. —Visit Charley's parlor, a 14-tf —A full line of lap «lusters at L. F- Starr's. a28 tf —Hill's roller patent flour at Stil- ley & Hart's. —Fine cigars at Charley's par- lor . a 14-tf —Refreshing sodas at Charley's fount, a 14-tt Now is the time to buy you a home in Weatherford. —Clark & Mountcastle's for Princess Tea. J6-tf. —Leaf tobacco 15cts. a pound at Knight & Son . m 3-tf. —Go to Stilley & Hart's for Sweet Chops—best on earth. Mr. Jas. A. Maddox spent the day Sunday in Cleburne. —All kinds of choice candies at Charley's parlor, a 14-tt —Try Hill's roller patent Hour, fir sale at Stilley & Hart's, f-3 2-t. Mr. D. L. Wood, of Cisco, spent a few days in the city with friends. —Free delivery to any part ot the city at Clark & Mountcastle. j6-tf. Mr. J. E. Jones has moved to Sherwood, Texas his future home. —For the best Hour, tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 28 April 1893

11 rf 11 1 j ;>4. fc*- WASHINGTON NOTES. MR. CLEVELAND'S POLICY RECEIVED WITH MUCH RELIEF. there Was No Difference Between the President and Secretary Curl ¡«le on the Financial Sltaation-No Bond* to Be Issued at Present. Washington, April 25.—The an- nouncement of Mr. Cleveland in the papers as to the policy of the administration in dealing with the financial situation is received hefe with a sigh of relief, particularly the news- paper correspondents. In their desire to inform the country of the situation they began to rely upon their imagina- tion through lack of facts and it was a very easy matter for them to conclude that there must be a difference in the Cabinet as to tiie best policy to pursue and from this the road was easy to the •tory that serious trouble was brewing between Carlise and the president. In truth, imaginations had become so tea ted that it is probable that if Presi- dent Cleveland had not made this an- nouncement it is probable it would have been reported ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 28 April 1893

M'GAUGIIEY'S TRIAL THE SENATE BEGINS ITS INVESTI- GATION IN EARNEST. Bod. Henry W. Lightfoot Make* the Opening Speech to Suatain the Demurrer of Itespomleut—The House Having No Quorum Helil No Seenion. Tutted ay. the house. Austin, April 18.—The house had a bare quorum present. The general appropriation bill was pending. After discussion the motion to reconsider the vote cutting out $6000 bulk appropriation for land office clerks was adopted. The attorney general's office came next under the retrenchment knife. The attorney general's department was passed without trimming; on the contrary, having been increased $10,- 000. The adjutant general's department came next. Various amendments were rejected and the adjutant general's department was passed without any change. The department of agriculture, etc., came up next. Mr. Gondii offered an amendment to strike out $35,000 a year for the geolog- ical survey. He spoke of it as in private interest. Without action the house adjourned. the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 28 April 1893

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 14 July 1893

tUccIü iUpublk. OL. 3. WEATHERFORD, PARKER COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1893. NO. U WE ARE IN MID-SUMMER, And we now inaugurate our Grand UNE AND JULY CLEARANCE SALE, We feel very much elated over tjie liberal patronage that has been given us this season, and now invite you to the REATEST COMMERCIAL, FEAST OF THE DAY. 1000 yds, Ginghams, new quality at 4± cts a yard. 3000 yds, Beautiful Dress Ging- hams, at 5i cts a yard. 2500 yds, Dress Calicos, not standard, at 4 cts a yard. 1000 yds, Cotton Checks, good quality, at 3| cts a yard. 1500 yds, Standard Drees Calicos at 5¿ cts a yard. 5 Bales Yard Wide Heavy Brown Domestic at 5 cts a yard. 3 Cases Yard Wide Bleached Do- mestic, no dressing,-at 5 cts a yard. A handsome line of Shirting Prints at 4¿ cts a yard. We have a line of White India Lawn worth Sc., they goat 3^c., dur- ing this sale. Our next grade goes at 5£ cts., fully worth 8^ A handsome line of Figured Dress Lawns go at 3 cts a yard. A beautiful line of Wool Fin- ished Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 14 July 1893

ill I HRE YdU TIRED Of reading about the Wonderful Values offered by Messrs. so and so, and finding upon examination, a grossly exagerated statement of facts and values, would you avoid such annoyances in future, then buy of us. We have and sell what we advertise. Iv. I CENT BARGAINS. Box of Blueing 1 cent. 4 Led Pencils i cent. Penholder I cent. Thimble I cent. 1-2 Dozen Pens i cent. Paper Pins I cent. Tablet I cent. 12 Fishhooks I cent. 3 Collar Buttons I cent. Box of Tacks i cent. Top I cent 4 Dozen Shirt Buttons I cent. Day Book i cent. 6 Sheets of Paper I cent. i Dozen Brass Tacks i cent. i ao-Foot Fish Line i cent. 1-2 Dozen Safety Pins I cent. A Yard of Lace 1 cent. 12 Hair Pins I cent. String of Beads I cent: 2 CENT BARGAINS. Cake of Soap 2 cents. 1 Dozen Safety Pins 2 cents. Package of Stove Polish 2 cents. Box of Blacking 2 cents. 3 Crochet Needles 2 cents. 2 Spools Basting Cotton 2 cents. I Door Stop 2 cents. Tape Measure 2 cents. Pocket Looking Glass 2 cents. Box of Plk ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 14 July 1893

EDUCATIONAL. ■y B. B. ew1xu. I I I I The Normal school is in session, Teachers of the far western coun- ties are present. There are also many from Hill, Bosque and other counties. Much hard, earnest study is being done. Some of the young men are doing their own cooking. Many have made sacri- fices to come. To many the school is proving a ray of light on a hitherto dark subject. A compre- hension of the dignity of teaching begins to obtain. The laws of mind are being studied. The manner of presenting a subject is studied in connection with the subject. Some see as through a glass darkly. They will see better farther on. The child is the chief object of study. The accurate and clear be- ginnings are thought out carefully. The training into inductive and deductive reasoning power is kept in mind. Books on psychology, the science of education, and logic now reach into the hundreds. The students of theste are tbe members of tne new profession. Persons who would discuss educational ques- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 14 July 1893

111 • > II ■ I' SENTENCE COMMUTED. B. J. Stephens Ii to Serve a Life Term In THE STATE PJJNITENTIABY Inatead of Haagisc Bj the Heck— Got. Hogg Oommatea the Sea- teace—Stephens' Crime -A Life Sketch. The Sentence Commuted. Yesterday morning Sheriff Cleve- land received the following order from James 8. Hogg, governor of the State of Texas: Now, THKB*roE«, I. J. 8. Hooo. Governor of Texas, do, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the constitution and lawi of thU State, hereby, for the reasons specified, now on file in the offlce of Secretary of State, commute the death sentence assessed against the said K.J. Stephen! in this case to that of imprisonment for life; and the sheriff of Parker county, Texas, is hereby commanded not to execute the penalty of death assessed against the said R. J. Stephens in this case, but instead thereof, he is directed to forthwith convey the said prisoner R. J. Stephens to the penitentiary of the State of Texas and deliver him to the superintende...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 14 July 1893

THE REPUBLIC FRIDAY. JULY 14, 1893 The Republic has the largest circulation of any paper pub- lished in Parker County. SHORTENED. —Try Tevis' eye syrup. —Use Tevis' eye syrup. j 2tf. j 2tf. —New crop comb honey at Knight & Son. m 26 tf, —Clark <fe Mountcastle's for fresh groceries. J6-cf. —Tevis* eye syrup cures chronic sore eyes, j 2tf. —Clark & Mountcastle's for Princess Tea. J6-tf. —Clark & Mountcastle always carry a nice stock of staple and fancy groceries. j6-tf. —Teeth extracted withou1. pain by H. F. Henderson. D. D. S., over poatofRce. m 26 tf. —For the best cook stove the world ever produced go to J. R. Lewis & Co. and buy a Charter Oak. —Free delivery to any part ot the city at Clark & Mountcastle. j6-tf. W. Turner Wells, of Monticello, Ark., is in the city visiting triends. Miss Ophelia Baylor, of Lockhart, Texas, is in the city on a visit to friends. Mr. Willard Moorman says: "send the Republic to my address, it fills the bill. Mr. J. VV. Charles, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 14 July 1893

í? I f I . .1 B , ¡I 3' . f IN LEISURE'S REALM. JatUNtl ! Topiaa Oroupad for Perusal Now Mid Thea. firm ni OtrlM Notas. Plenty of eggB are better than running a grocery bill. The Dorking is a good general fowl for market purposes. With most stock, breeds affect profit more than quality. Barley makes good grain food for either hogs or horses. With all animals cleanliness is a preventative of disease. Many good breeders prefer train- ing mares after breeding. Pack horse radish roots in 6and to keep to use in winter. To make a success of farming one must be schooled to it. The man who has much to sell usually has less to buy. Winter laying requires warm quarters and plenty of food. Plenty of exercise in winter is very essential to good health Even in winter it is an item to keep the water troughs clean. Corn lacks in musle-forming and strength-giving marterial. ▲ visit to the poltry shows «an easily be made profitable. The scraps from the table will furnish food for a small flock. The ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 14 July 1893

A FEARFUL CYCLONE MUCH PROPERTY DESTROYED AND MANY LIVES LOST. Dwth and Devolution ¡.eft In Ita Wale*. Seventy-Four Persons Killed and Hun- dreds Injured—Many Miraculous El* cape*—Aid Bailly Needed. Fobt Dodge, la., July 8.—There are 74 people dend, at least five more to die and over 100,injured as the result of the cyclone that started at Quinby, south of Cherokee, and ended with awful re- sults at Pomeroy. At Pomeroy 48 are known to be dead, eight mortally wounded and nearly 100 injured. Five blocks of residences have been com- pletely wiped off the face of the earth, not more than kindling wood being left of them and 200 families are homeless, they having lost all. The business blocks are badly damaged and the new postoffice block and drugstore are com- pletely wrecked and seven churches were wiped out of existence. The financial loss will reach fully 1500,000. All is chaos there yet. The residents are in a dazed condition and correspondents found it very difficult to get informa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 14 July 1893

OS '" *•*- % «• m' ' ii Bal \ r| } ¿2 j Br ill i 3VE ! On this well known and undisputed principle, I beg to call attention to the PACT that you can MAKE MONEY by calling soon and investing in some of the A. A. HONEV stock of HATS, RIBBONS, LACES, FLOWERS, Etc. Stock must be sold to close out the business. t t t t S S I t ff. F. EXCITING RUN AWAY. Hr. ««•. Ualtj. ■ rtMMr CitUen of rarkar Co t; Um*if Braised p—A widow uir'i w«ro lato iMitluretrl Saturday morning about 10 o'elock an exciting runaway on North Main street created quite a commotion for •everal minutes. The particulars in tbe caw are: Capt. G. W. Lecnly, one of the pio- bmt eitiaeua of Parker county who Uvea aome «aven miles northwest ol Weatherford, accompanied by bis son Oreen Lemley, and Mr. Buck Boyd, «ame to Weatherford after lumber to be used in building a house for Oreen Lemley. Wbile engaged in loading the wagon driven by Mr. Boyd in the yarda of the Carey-Lumbard Lumber Co., the team became frightened and ran awa...

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