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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 May 1892

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XI1.-NO. 24. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 19. 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution DO VOD WANT NEW, STYLISH,! CHEAP i OR! FINE GOODS ■IP SO, REMEMBER WE STILL- i T And continue to LBAD 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 a*k the reader, What house in Weatherford displays a better assorted line of oi 1CZ3I Dress Goods, Hosiery Cloves, Mitts, Corsets, Ladies' Vests, Muslin Underwear, Shirt Waists, I \l M Parosals, Umbrellas, Fans, Laces, Embroideries, Buttons, Ribbons, Shoes, CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ETC., Than we do. Having other houses with their immense trade enables us to buy in quantity lots, a decided advantags over any other firm in Weatherford. We make a speciality of relieving small manufacturers needing money; also sheriff and assignees of Bankrupt Stocks. Always on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 May 1892

L I THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD, Geo. P. Levy, m«>oi Aldermei.. J T. l-owr; J. K l*wis. K. 1*. Nicholson, L. M. Bailey. >V. B. McClosktv B. Well , W. J. CiiTN ii..- II (•«mli fer. a. 8. I* is, lüerretdrv mid Treasurer. I). C. Bratton, Marshal. w. A. Ll*k, Assessor m.'I Collect"! •llt'KrHKH: M K CHI-SCH Bouth, -Cor. ri. Mail) 4 Coluu ni sts., Services everv -unday at 11 a. in am) 7 d. m. sunday School ' 9:S0a. id. Prayer meet- tag every Wednesday ui_ bt at 7 30. Class meet ttifts and Mid 4th Sabbath* at 3 p. m. Missionary Society every third Huii'lay ata p. in. Church Conference ou Brut Btindnjr in each month. Ki V. K. F. Boon It, Ha* tor. Christian Church. Corner South Main and Oak 8m. Sunday School at 9:80 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meetlnn every Wednesday night al 7'8 Kl.DKH i I,. KiOokway, Pastor. Pkkhbytkhi an. t)ak St., Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:80. PreachlugatU a.m., and 7 p. m. Praver inc i ting every Wednesday night at 7 rbv. J. A. Woo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 May 1892

Soap Which wouldyou rath- er have, if you could have your choice, transparent skin or perfect features ? All the world would choose one way; and you can have it measurably. If you use Pears' Soap and live wholesomely otherwise, you will have the best complexion Na- ture has for you. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists ; all sorts of people use it. Live Oak Dairy, —PROPKRTY OK— J. L. ¡KANE and L. W. CHRISTIAN, Pure 1 Iulsiriji Milk ami I5utti-r ten :ll 1 t . «lie at tiam «Iones in Polities. Sam .lone#, the Georgia evau- ti«*list and prohibitionist, in a letter to the Atlanta Journal last Satur- day. writes as follows: in all the southern states the third party is whooping for the landing | along the lines of the Ocala platform and the St. Louis resolutions. As for myself, 1 have very little contidence in the ability of the third party ora- tors to revolutionize and regulate the finances of this great govern- ment, when at each political meet- ing they pass around the ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 May 1892

: te p| ' The Enquirer. ( To Hon. I W. | seem to l>e in it. Stbi'HKN : You r "COL. SMYTHE" • • A nkw broom sweeps clean—but PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ! will the new council tlx up the street MY— They need it gentlemen. 3D. 33 KTJIíXi & CO. Hokkst luen will stay with their ■ ~ iiwn gang in politic# as in every thing JAi- Ü. VIMCENT, ■ EDITOR. j arj(j wiu n„t meddle with nor B<K<HULL<- Bualnesa Manager. \ participate in the business of other g,'"' —• 1 ; parties. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One year.... Sir months 2*1 Three months Single copy Counting Room* on MAIN 81KKET, one South of Square. All are Invired to fall mik! see us at any time. It now seems very probable that Harrison will not have a walk over s| for re-nomination. The dear people ! are having something to say this year block in ail parts and parties of the coun- I try. Entered at the Pontofflceat Woatherforrt, Texan as Seeond-Clait* mail inaltci. WEATIIETtF(>K1 >. MAY !!• OUR TICKET. fqh i'luosidknt: D. S. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 May 1892

i > \ I Highest of all in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder ABSOU/TELY PURE The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHKKKOKD. MINERAL WKI.l.S AND NORTH W KtfTKKN TIM ETA BLE. ¡To take Kfleet Su l it I a y, October Is. FROM WKATIIKKKOf.il. Ko S.—Leave Weatherfonl Repairing always done tin- ,! ceivcd at L. M • 1'it v- Sec our Oxford tic in all tin- latest myie>. Famoi's Shoe Stiihk. ■t; i.i p in 7 I> m 11 (to ii m 1-J •>-> ni Arrive Mineral Well- No. 1.—Leave Weatherfopl " Arrive Mineral Wells TAX AS .V 1' A < 1 FlU. East bound, No. 1 4:4* p. in. West hound, No. 3 |u:;:o p. ui. GULF, colora uo i santa fe. Soütli bound 7:ihi p. ni. North bound 11 a. m.,7:<m p. ut. The Santa Fe makeseloseconneetion with the Fort Worth it Rio Uraudc at Cresson. Mr W. M. Collin side for several (1 ;i\ >. lias 1 ice ii < | ii i tti i t Call oil J. II. Stone compressed yeast. & Co. I All the latest makes of . M. Preys. oeks for some elieap at •i.i tf....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 May 1892

AT A SACRIFICE |! THB ENTIRE STOCK OF Queensware, Glassware & Silverware < FORMERLY OWNED BY D. C. HA.YNBS,) ' i - Eu Bmd Bought By- I OtL ■ A. E. Bell & Sons, And will >*> *>ld at IVio* I'X PA RALLE! in the History of Weatherford And in addition to the al*m\ we purchased his ENTIRE STOCK OF GROCERIES! Which will tie sold at the LOWEST market prices, and delivered t<> any part of the City. ITWE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE, A. E. BELL & SONS. 1 kaaw «be lay a bora me. Where ta casement all I he nijrht Shone, softened with a phosphor glow Of sympathetic light, Wat Mr , m tedjrlin# spirit pur* Was pluming fast for iiifrht. Each tendril Utrobhod and quickened it I nightly climbed apace. And could kcarue restrain the blossom* When. anaar the destined place, Hor (remit- whisper thrijlcd me Era I gated upon her face. I «-«¡toil, darkling, till the dawn Should touch mi' into bloom. While all ntv heiiui pauied To outpour it* tirst |H*rfuuie. When low' a paler Howei than ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 May 1892

W. F. ALTFATHER, NOTARY PUBLIC At Citizen* Nmiuiml Bunk. WEATHKRKtiKI), bui.H IT* YorK NOTOMMI. Woi I KX A - MONEY TO LOAN On Farm and Ranchea. Strongest cum|>auy iu Texa*. Nine percent, rate. J. E. B. STUART. Over First N'at'l Bunk. Wcatherforii. Ti-xa. . A* cJ. BALL. Attorney at-Law, 249 main street, DALLAS, TEXAS SiñgeR Sewing - Machines FOR SALE BY G.J BANKHEAD, Spring Street, WE A fHEKFQRD, TEX. Result of Hogtfisin. , ('oiigiessional Dial rifts. The third party was at tir.*t regard- Tin* new districts art* as follow : «I with about a lit!I«* concern a* the First district F.ee totie, Leon, prohibition pariy. l ut duriny the (-Madison. Trinity. Waller. Harris, past few wo*k it ha developed witti, tírimes. CliHUiliers and Montgomery t rapidity that is causiuu l otli U >iítí¡ Second district .letferson. Orange, tnd" < 'lark considerable uneasiness. Liberty. Hardin. Newton, Jasper, DO YOU EAT? DO YOU SLEEP ? Do You Travel to Waco, THEN STOP AT THE NEW MCLELLAND. SPRINQTOWN ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 May 1892

" Jfe; , I \ 1 '.'V ; i — ajsw^vy; : v/ mmZ riuv r¿l| ■''■ .'•m, - isSSW It Eas Always Bfi I ÍA ■ ES§§§: ii BBOOr OUR AIM TO STAND At the Head of the List -4,. • .o*; I#;,' V -: W III supplying the wants of the people in anything in the Queensware and GLASSWARE LINE. We «re now showing a very pretty line of JFhey come in six assorted patterns, and range in price from 45c. to $3.50. iirfe IS (111 GSH& I1PPIK t PRUIT BOWLS k r"'-' & U ' .'-"v & -j. - jfef A ' **"** •,"- *■ <* ft-1 • Ale something new in tiiis market. The price* are very reasonable and the pat- terns ¿re all very pretty. Our Immense Stock oí 1§ / SETS 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 wool BRi)Pni?n CORDS, in all shades, which are all the rage in the market, all-wool Challies, Zephyr Ginghams, Silk Grenadines, and as ele-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 May 1892

THE WEATHERFOBD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.-NO. 25. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 26. 18952. WE ARE FIRST! WHO WILL BE NEXT? CLARK, HOGG OR THE DARK PONEY. We are not so much interested in the latter as we are to stand at the head of the list in our line. The time of the season has now arrived to push all goods that are not selling rapidly. Besides the low price of cotton and other raw materials has caused manufacturers to weaken and reduce their prices. We shall not quote figures this week, but come to our store and price our Cottonades, Domestics, Sheeting, Ginghams, Wash Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, LaceB Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery, Corsets, Ladies* Vests, Shoes, Hats, Clothing and Furnishing Goods. We have had a good trade for May, but intend making June surpass it. We still have a lot of nice Nobby Style Suits out of Martin Clothing Co's Stock. Remember they are all FRESH goods and at about half value. BUTTS BROS. Successor to Sun-Constitution lá I Truth That love in a cotta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 May 1892

m ' - B£v; mí %m>: IE CITY OF WEATHERFORO. Geo. P. Levy, Mayor. Aldermei.. .1. T. l-owry, J. R. I*wi , K. P. Nicholson, h. M. Bailey, W. B. McCleskey. W. B. Wells, W. J. Carson, s. H. Handefer. A. S. Lewi , Wecreury and Treasurer. D. c. Bratton, Marshal. w. A. Msk. Assessor and Collector. 3H0RCHK8: It, B. CHl'BfcH «OÜTM,—Cor. H. Main Sí COlUOl- ota * .. Services every Sunday al 11 a. m and 7 p. m. Sunday School al9:80a. m. Prayer meet Society every third Sunday at 8 p. m. Church Conference on first Sunday In pel ™™%aMor christian Church.—Corner South Main and Oak «¿ Sunday School at 9:«0 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. rn., and 7: p. m. Prayer meeting every KinuKWAir, Pastor. Wednesday night at 7M Kl.l.tKR l>. I.. PaKHBYTEBiAN. -Oak Bt., Sunday School every Sunday morning at i ;30. Preaching at 11 a m., and 7 p. rn. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7. Kiev. J. A. Woods. Pastor. CUMBJCKI.AÍÍ/i PltgSBVTKBIAM.—W. ChU!Ch St. Sunday School at y:<r>a. in. Preaching at 11 a. m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 May 1892

1 I W. F. ALTFATHER, NOTARY PUBLIC At Citizeus National Bank, « WKATHKKHOKD, • TEXAS, Solicits Youh Notorial Work. MONEY TO LOAN On Farms and Ranches. SlrongeKt company íu Texas. Nine percent, rate. J. E. B. STUART. Over First Xat'l Bank, Weatherford, Texas. A- J. BALL. Attorneyat-Law, 249 MAIN STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS SingeR Sewing - Machines FOR SALE BY G.J BANKHEAD, SprillR Street, WEA I'llKI1K0K1 , TEX. DO YOU EAT ? DO YOU SLEEP ? Do You Travel to Waco, THEN STOP AT THE NKW M'CLELLAND. SPRINGTOWN $ And WeatherM Mail Line, CULWELL fit ISBELL. Props. Leaves Springtown nt 7 a. in. Arrives at Weath- erfor i aUl'J in. Leaves Weatherford at 1.30 p. ni. Arrives at Springtown at ti.45 p. m. This line runs DAILY except Sunday. Olllce nt STINSON-SNODDY DRUG CO S, Where express mutter ami all orders will be left llILLE! & MOUSTCASTLE, -DEALERSIX- GOODS DELIVERED FREE. North Main Street. WEATHERFORD. 9 | The Silver Pas* Mining Company. ! And old restaurant bill printed in Soap Skin blemish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 May 1892

. "íl The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY HY JB. BJ. MULL Ar. CO. JU U. VIMOf NT, IDITO . B. MULL, Suam SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- On* roar Mr month . ThfM month HiriKi« imiur 50 Weatherford orator *re Indemand. Haa. f!. I- l*# anil Ihu Kn |Ulf«f I proud to nay th t Aft*r carefully «unr«ytnif tb< ««id the demand I Imlng met. Saturday I Hon. C. K. Bell nnoua«;e i* i eun- night Mr. A. II. Culweli of thl« city | dlrtat* for cnnjfntw* rroiu Ml Ml- add ««-d the utadenu at Mineral j eighth district. H« i u T* ont"^i )a« Weli* College from the atlhjeet -Let; by Mrfeh. came lo Tnat «. hi Mm -«win- ther* t* Light and on Tuesday I ta«s hired ouca * mnit HtM-di flight night following Mr. C. C. Kidd dw- school, -.tuilieo aw llvered a literary .iddretw, hi «ílijet't wat adiuitUid 'o t*W being -Whtfre are w« anil Whichttr uouníy- i***' rnyi(il) are «>> Drifting''. Both g«ol¡iiiimji|¿Pr"ífr'**,(lU v*a<" handed thtstr theme* eiuiiuunfcly and : ttor i «y. •*.**• New Crown Sewing Machine! EQU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 May 1892

n w© Siías Highest of all In Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. No 3.—Leave Weatherford " Arrive Mineral Wells.. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AN LI NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. ¡To take Effect Sunday, October is, lsui.) from wkathkkfokd. - « 15 p m 7 37 p m No. 1.—Leave Weatherford U 00 a m " Arrive Mineral Wells Í2 •>-' p m TAXAS & PACIFIC. East bonnd, No. 4 1:48 p. m. West bound, No. 8 Iu:iiu p. m. GULF, COLORADO i SANTA FE. South bound 7:iK> p. m. North bound 11 a. m.,7:(K) p. in. The Santa Fe makeseloseconnectlon with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Cresson. Call on J. II. Stone & Co. for some compressed yeast. 33-8t. • All the latest makes of clocks cheap at L. M. Freys. 23-tf. A genuine American gents size filled gold watch for $15. A genuine bargain at Frey's. Freear Bros, is the cheapest grocery house in town. Goods delivered free. Call and see them and get prices. 22-4t. The Weatherford...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 May 1892

I i w mv i Mmp ORIFICE ( im m mm si fitt8§ft§W3f§j &i§SSW4f§ & §Ü¥§fW&?§ A: I: !@ll & i@ñ§, ÍBÜ sil! s ' i £>■ j> rW \!)n- flizf ■!"$• ífiri ;K- n/.r-y<*«.</V • t*.f' v- •••^'* t-#w Are Irftff r'K>v- ¿ < TtJ'n; « " 'gá-í' vA'.tjF : : t; J. :f . A :tf Br ill" <i" ^ }SA<í<m f, '• ,-n- ■•' If .A, fe- i-IW'ai i¿'f '¡fifti ; I ti. • < WUffí Un: H ÍMW'i jii# MiHt#** Hktymrtí* títtk k ?> *W JMV I^ ' '<s '|ty hh líf) $ i^.-1 v-1^ # ###?* w' v¿ iff ^•'.#7 ÍÍA>' •>• i-tf fi>.¿ (fff-b ^Wf'M H) hH? IHH>" 'ib twi # ■' ft""', h * lit* tüHtm ui ij *■' iíJ.wffj' k 1 '' - v /*¿.v •■ tffiHt)''- üt tfle ' ■ ii.. i . • -I ¿--. V- foHHr* rh'<r* TV- f^(¿ <n HlHW.h -h-H M'/ HH V' h f*1'" " hb t'Hhhf j, (f, ti..ti fi.v.w If'HW M(>« HHf'itftf' ^ H*- "# ■ htiHiiiHr tó i', ,, íf h''Ho SU fH H f <>< jf t t 1 I M 1 íí* ft^ B. L. SANSBFEB, hjhpj) v í-feVt * ' " Corn, Oals, Wheal, Rye, Bran IMflRi §f§§K @F §R©§iBli§! «'<■ ttii. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 May 1892

the recobd and facts. JlW. I«'l the constitutional rule requiring1 bill* to lw read on thrwseveral days, by a vote of ,92 yeas and 5 nays. The Coaeerning the Passage of the Com mission Bill. ... - . . bill*\vas transmitted to ih«- senate The News is permitted to use the i „ . . . . . 1 March i> a following letter to Judge Turney: ind reported by th>* eoru- mil tee March T. taken up on March 10. substituted for the committee Tylkii, Texas., May «>. X. Turney, Ksq., I>allas, Texas: My dear sir.—I have just received your! letter, inclosing extracts from the: _ <it the constitutional ru e. ® speech of Gov. Hogg at Sherman, as bill and pasvd March IT by a uuani- mous vote, also under a Mi>p, nsion follows: "There before my eyes the bill known as the Terrell substitute was prepared, and I saw that bill dot by dot, "t" by't,' made to conform to the will Of the people. The rail- roads sent their attorneys down there and things were confused. I don't believe the members und...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 May 1892

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 9 June 1892

/- / a r 1% THE WEATHERFOBD ENQUIRER. •l VOL. XH.-NO. 27. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 9 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution WE ARE FIRST! WHO WILL BE NEXT ? CLARK, HOGG OR THE DARK PONY. We are not so much interested in tbe latter as we are to stand at the head of the list in oar line. The time of the season has now arrived to push all goods that are not selling rapidly. Besides the low price of cotton and other raw materials has caused manufacturers to weaken and reduce their prices. We shall not quote figures this week, but come to our store and price our Cottonades, Domestics, Sheeting, Ginghams, Wash Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, Laces Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery, Corsets, Ladies' Vests, Shoes, Hats, Clothing and Furnishing Goods. We have had a good trade for May, but intend making June surpass it. We still have a lot of nice Nobby Sty le Suits out of Martin Clothing Co's Stock. Remember they are all FRESH goods and at about half value. BUTTS BROS. Weatherford and Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 9 June 1892

m THE CITY OF WEATHERFORO. • co. P. Levy, Mayor. AWermer..-J. T. liowry, J. K. Lewi*, K.I*. Nlcholaon, L. M. Bailey. W. K. McClenkey, %. B. Well , W. J. Carton, H. B. Kandefer A. 8. Lewi , Secretary and Treasurer. D. C. Brattou, Martha!. W. A. U'k. Assessor and Collector. JHCR('HKr): M. E. Church South,—Cor. s Main A; Uuluni bia hU., Services every Sunday at U a. in aud 7 D. m. Sunday School atll:JM)a. in. l'rayer meet- i tig every Wednesday night hi 7:30. Class meet- ing* 2nd and 4th, 8aal_a p. .f1" Foolrille ((rat. Pool.vii.lb, June 1.—Editor En- (¿uikkk: Ah I have seen nothing from here for some time, I have de- cided to drop you a few dots. Crops are looking well, considering the late spring, heavy rains, etc. Another heavy rain yesterday, which will stop the plow for several days The wildest excitement was pre- valent oo our streets the night of June 1st, occasioned by the cries of a mother crying for a lost child. A general alarm of tire was turned in. Soon there gathered in k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 9 June 1892

t ''s; nk. The Grandest Reduction in Books «• THIS CITY HAS EVER SEEN! $1,000.^ $1,000.: $1,000. Worth of Fine Books Given away at one-half their actual value. To every purchaser of $1.00 worth of goods for cash, I will allow the privilege of buying one of the following Cloth Bind- ing Books at the following prices. Under no circumstances will the books be sold unless the purchaser buys one dollar's worth for cash, and no purchaser allowed to buy more than one book or one set of books. .... Eliot . Lardner y 45sop's Fables Amateur Amusements. Arabian Nights. Adam Hede. Ancient History Anderson's Fairy Tales. Aunt Diana Battles Worth Fighting. Beecher, Henry Ward, Lite of. Williams Bits from Blinkbonny Strathesk Bonaparte Del'ay Barnaby Rudge Dickens Boy Conqueror. Boy's Own Book of Indoor Sports. Boy's Own Hook of Outdoor Sports. .Scott S. Bride of Lammermoor... Browning, Rolit., l'oems. Browning. Mrs.. Poems. Brown's Bible Dictionary. Brown's Concordance. Bryant's Poems. Buds and B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 9 June 1892

i* ! PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ZED. IES. UTTIiX. & CO. JAS- U. VINCENT, IOITO*. f. E. HULL, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- Oue year.... Six mouth ... Three month Single copy II.uu ; Room on MAIN 8TKKKT, one, block lare. AH are invito* nee us at any time. Bonth'o? Square " alT arc iTivUed to call and Entered at the Po tofflce at Weatherford, Texan as Second-Class mail mattei. WEATHERFOIID, JUNE 9. OUR TICKET. fob I'kkkiuknt: J. S. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER, of Illinois. fob vice-president: CHIEF JUSTICE BLECKLEY, of Georgia. fob u. 8. senator: ROGER Q. MILLS, of Corsicana. fob governor: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. WEATHERFORD'S COTTO! Business—Commission Rates and Non-Commlsslon Rates Compared- FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT IT The Rates Raised and Not Redueed Under the Commlaslon. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ron (jonokkhh HON. C. K. IJE1,L, of Hamilton county authorize* The KnijUMikr to announce hii at * ... # ■ V- «1 n ... 4 m ama I tt nil ml t n I ii |(,Cn i ii K i W*.**.. wv -" ■ - - candidacy fo...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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