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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 30 June 1892

9 } THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL XII.-NO. 30. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 30. 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution Job lot Misses' and Boys' Straw Hats, only 10 cents each. Handkerchiefs from the cool hills of Scotland Slaughtered here. THIS IS THE"TIME--BUTTS BROS. THE PLACE! ■TO SECURE- ■(D Great Bargains in All Summer Goods © J* .3 a o .5 © O 2 to 03 "5 H *GQ 2 3 eg © O Oí The very flattering prospects for an abundant harvest and good cotton makes us anxious to unload all Summer Goods and be ready for the Pall and Winter trade with a larger stock than ever carried in Parker county, but at present we MUST UNLOAD, flrND WE OSE THE KNIFE EARLY! Before the season has far advanced, thus enabling customers to purchase a nice outfit for the FOURTH OF JULY, so if you want anything in the way of Summer Dress Goods, such as Mulls, Tissues, Organdies, Lawns, Mies White Goods, Embroideries, Hosiery, HANDKEECHIEB'S, GLOATIES, MITTS. LAJDIES lyLTJSLIlSr And Knitted Underwear, Whits and ...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 30 June 1892

t ! g¡| i#' lev. i&sv i THE CITY or WEATHERFORD. eo P. Lev):, Mayor. Aldermei..-J. T. Lowry, J. R. Lewis, E, P. Nicholson, I.. M. Bailey. W. B. McCleskey, W. B. Well , W. J. Carson, 8. B. Handefer. A. 8. LewU, Secretary and Treasurer. D. C. Bratton, Marshal. w. A. Link, Assessor and Collector. CHURCHES: M. K. CHuacH Sooth,—Cor. S. Maiu á¡ Colum- bia ata.. Service* every Huuday at 11 a. m anil 7 d. m. Sunday School at ;80a. ra. Prayer meet- ing every Wednesday night at 7:30. Clans meet- ings 2nd and 4th Sabbath* at 8 p. ra. Missionary Society every third tiunday at 3 p. m. Church Conierenceon first Sunday in each month. Rkv. K. K. Boonk, Pastor. Christian Church.—Corner South Main and OakSts. Sunday School at 9:30 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:80 Kldkh 1 . 1.. itiiwkway,'Pastor Prksbytkkian.—Oak St., Sunday School every Sunday morning at 3:80. Preaching at 11 a. p., and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7. Ksv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 30 June 1892

! í: 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 — Carey iEsoH's Fables Amateur Amusements. Arabian Nights. Adam liede Ancient History Anderson's Fairy Tales. Aunt Diana Battles Worth Fighting. Beecher, Henry Ward, Life of, Williams Bits from Blinkbonny Strathesk Bonaparte DePay Barnaby Rudge Dickens Boy Conqueror. Boy's Own Book of Indoor Sports. Boy's Own Book of Outdoor Sports. Bride of Lammermoor Scott Browning, Robt., Poems. Browning, Mrs., Poems. Brown's Hible Dictionary. Brown's Concordance. Bryant's Poems. Buds and Blossoms T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 30 June 1892

fep♦ - ¡¡p?. * mm.' "" x I a- ' i* ', .' The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Br IBS. 33. KTTXiXi. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- One yew Bis month* Three months Single copy $1.00 . 7S . 50 t Counting Room on MAIN KTKKKT, one block South 01 Square. All arc Invited to call ami see uk at any time. Entered at the Postofflceat Weatberford, Texas a 8econdC'la* mail rnattei. WEATHERFORD. JUNE 30. OUR TICKET. kon ritbsii>ent: GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. for vice-i'kebjdent: A. E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. for v. s senator: ROGER Q. MILLS, of Corsicana. for governor: GEORGE CLARK, of Waco. ANNOUNCEMENTS. for congrkhk. ON. C. K. HKI.I., of Hamilton county, authorizes Tiik Ksíiuikkr to announce his candidacy for the democratic nomination for congress from the eighth congressional district H can congi of Texas. FOR DISTRICT Jl'DOE. HON. J. W. PATTKRSOS is hereby announc- ed a candidate for re-election to the office of district judge uf the 13d judicial district of Texas. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. T) B. H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 30 June 1892

Enquirer. ¡ N«w ornear Install* Frlrl,, nl<rht tmmm .v * . • ". Iff' f ^ • m ENQUIRER—Supplement CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON. The National Democratlo Tick- et a Strong One. Th« Tariff and the Financial Plank Glvan In Full. THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. as shall Insure the maintenance of a Thursday at Chicago the national j parity of the two metals, and the democratic convention completed its! e(l"a' buying power of every work and adjourned. The nominees silver, without discriminatifig against! most liberal appropriation for public either metal, or charge for mintage, ¡ schools. The free common schools ¡ _, ... D1-f . . .. . „ .I . . . state omoirs Nommaira—iu riw but the dollar unit of the coinage of | are the nursery of good government, : form and Promises. both metals must be of equal in-¡and they have always received the. The iieoples' party met in convention at trinsic and exchangeable value, or be ! fostering care of the democratic party j Dalla last week, adopted a platform ami adjusted ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 30 June 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Prof. J. A. Lomax is ia Chautauqua, New York. Miss Ada Dell C'rippen lias gone to Can- ada to visit her mother. I r W. C. Muí I int. escaped from the city last Friday and went to the Fort. Ladies Coca Cola will cure head- ache, mental and nervous depres- ! ion, at Kindel & Vollentine's. The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHKRFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. ¡To take Effect Thursday, June th'j'j.) FROM WEATHKKKOKD. No. 1.—Leave Weutberford u 00 a ra " Arrive Mineral Wells l'j íj p m No. 4.—Leave Miueral Wells 3 00 p in «• Arrive Weatherfonl 4 £! p m TAX AS & f A<'IF1C. East bound, No. 4 4:4sp. m. Wost bound, No. 3 10:30 p. m. GULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE. South bound 7:00 p. m. North bound 11 a. m.,7:00 p. m. The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Cresson. cli/iy k All the latest makes of qoeks cheap at Í L. M. Freys. ¿a t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 30 June 1892

AT A SACRIFICE! -THE ENTIRE STOCK OP- Queensware, Glassware & Silverware < FORMERLY OWNED BY D. O. HAYNES, ( — Hn Been Bought By— > A. E. Bell & Sons, And will be sold at Price UNPARALLED in the History of Weatherford And in uddition to the above, we purchased his ENTIRE STOCK OF GROCERIES! Which will be sold at the LOWEST market prices, and delivered to any part of the City. trn- WE SOLICIT YOUR TRAPE,-«■ A. E. BELL & SONS. HENRY M. BRUCE, THE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF CLOCKS! Ever Brought to Weatherford. We can sell you clocks that we guarantee from One Dollar to Seventy-five Dollars *. side squaw, HENRY M. BRUCE. 1. R. CO0T8, Pre«t. R.W KINDEL, Vice-Prest. A. S. GRANT. i'«thier CITIZENS NATIONAL BASK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL <5e STJHPLUS, $260.000. SPECIAL HDUCEIEITS AID SPECIAL ACCOMODATES TO OJSTOIEB. Collections a Specialty. Kcrth Main. St. WM. B. MILLER, DRUGGIST'AND BOOK-SELLER mmmi mm. iLessm SalesK T - **"*'''' wrrmm 4Q11IÜH. gS.üte" T,7!H^ V3ZL ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 30 June 1892

Pears' Soap It is 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. Live Oak Dairy, -PROPERTY OK- J. L. KANE and L. W. CHRISTIAN, Pure Holstein Milk and Butter for sale 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, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. Fort Worth and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only line pussing through the great PANHANDLE COUNTRY OF TEXAS, The greatest wheat growing country in the world, t haap homes for all. Also the only di- ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 30 June 1892

I fx,; i ta•I ■ wm '■ W i II \ ¿?\ mm On last Saturday Parker county's democratic convention assembled at the court bouae at 2 o'clock and was called to order. It was noticed that quite a number of delegates were i present and a great many were on j band to witness the proceedings and j were much interested In the action I of the convention. J. W. Lyle of I Sprlngtown was elected temporary! chairman and Ed L. Thnmason. secretary. A committee on creden-, tial was appointed and retired to the Jury room. While the committee was out loud calls for Representative • R. B. Hood were made and in reply j be made a short speech, defining his j position on many questions that were asked. He favored the present ad-. ministration and an electivo commis- sion, had voted for H. y. Mills from preference and by instruction. In re- ferring to Cleveland a« the standard bearer that would lead democracy to success the coming November, the mention of his name pnxluoed a storm of applause. Mr. H. W. Kutem...

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

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.-NÜ. 30. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 7, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution Job lot Misses' and Boys' Straw Hats, only 10 cents each. Handkerchiefs from the cool hills of Scotland Slaughtered here. ■ THIS IS THE TIME-BUTTS BROS. THE PLACE! ■TO SECURE- Great Bargains in All Summer Goods at al s mé L The very flattering prospects for an abundant harvest and good cotton makes us anxious to unload all Summer Goods and be ready for the Pall and Winter trade with a larger stock than ever carried in Parker county, but at present we MUST UNLOAD, flrND WE USE THE KNIFE EARLY! Before the season has far advanced, thus enabling customers to purchase a nice outfit for the FOURTH OF JULY, so if you want anything in the way of Summer Dress Goods, such as Malls, Tissues, Organdies, Lawns, (Mies White Goods, Embroideries, Hosiery, H-A-lsnDiCEIRCiailEIFS, GLOVES, IMIITTS. LADIES ~M TTF3T .TTT And Knitted Underwear, White and Fancy Shirts, Negligee Shirts, Col...

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

Wéx m m THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. eo P. Levy, Mayor. Aldermei..—J. T. Uiwry, J. K. Lewl , E. P. Nicholson, I.. M. Bailey, W. H. McCkwkey. W. B. Well , W. i, Carson, s. H. Sandefer. ' A. 8. Lewis Secretary and Treasurer. Ü. C. Brattou, Marshal. * W. A. LUk, Assessor and Collectoi. JHL'RCHKH: M. K. Chubch Booth,—Cor. H. Main <J¡ Colutn blasts., Serv loe every Sunday at lia. m and 7 p.m. Sunday School at 9:80 a.m. Prayer meet Ing every Wednesday night at 7:80. Clan meet Inga 2nd and 4th Sabbaths at 8 p. m. MUilonar; Society every third Sunday at 8 p. m. Church Conierenoe on first Sunday in eaoh month. R«v. E F. Boon*, Pastor. Chkiitiah Chdkch.—Corner South Main and OakSti. Sunday School at 9:80 ft. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:80 Kldcb D. I,. Ridokwav, Pastor. Passuytirian.—Oak St., Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:80. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7. Rav. j. a. Woods. Pastor. Cu...

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

,s. ■á* SBam 46 sold In *88 •old in '89 •old In *80 L9 sold In'91 IwMlMaowin *92 . A StMl Wlndm '■"«ra.w yofth*«v«r-s Finland SeconaB*Itle*f ..the,Illustration, their entrance Into ¡KrfL_ I story of minutas. _ toll th« •var-growlng, m Tboi on1 Hit In accordance with the Moslac ac- count, mail llrst gut his life aud form from the Creator; after which, by his acts, he brought áin and death on all ■ñdStMi j mankind. Here sin came first, then the judgment: after which came death. Death. then, is the last of man before the second birth, for after death he passes to the spirit of man and floats in aerial space until he is born into the body again by Christ, as he told his disciples, they must be before they entered into the king- dom prepared for them. The llrst x'itiuf8towerT°wer"'"a"" £ 5 1 Pair having violated the command by •vw aptas, «varlasting •tool MrmoMr. Whirt •a othar* follow * "T« ' aulll th« 20.049 Aaruoturi tu *91. Orders often ,,|0m vnwn iwidw, "Tilt# tha Country." b ol4. w...

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

sm ;?jr TUF in* ' **•«► I r ¿3 Kftl ¡t s¿v ■: ÍRT' BsSgrai Bteí H|B; <mi W mM kpi —i ECONOMY Í2 ©IN IP® i A Pure Cream Tartar Powder BOYAL, TAYLOR'S ONE SPOON. Contains Ammonia. Contains Alum and Ammonia. ' Dr. Price gives larger and fuller cans than those of any other Baking Powder manufacturer. Above cut represents the comparative size of one pound can each ''Dr. Price's," Royal" and "Taylor's One Spoon." These cans were 6et side by side, then photographed down in exact proportions to admit the plate in this space. Ask your grocer to set a one pound can of any other brand alongside 1 lb. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, and observe the difference, as illustrated above. Adulterated powders may usually be detected by their heavier bulk, as shown by the 6mall cans, and these scantily filled, often containing a circular to help fill out the cans. It is a singular fact that many of the ammonia and alum baking powders are advertised as "Absolutely Pure," All official examinations pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 July 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 TUiiiScIh.v, June I. thtl.',) from wkathkkkoiu). No. 1.—Leave Wetttherl'unJ u oo a m " Arrive Mineral Walls 12 p m No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells s no p m " Arrive Weatlierfoul 4 JJ p m TAXAS it PACIFIC. East bound. No. 4 4: IK p. m. West bound, No. 3 io::;o p. ra. UULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE. South bound 7:i*i p. m. North bound 11a. m.,7:iH)p. m. The Sauta Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Cressou. All the latest makes of e[ocks cheap at L. M. Freys. 23-tf. Pure Colors ground in Oil at Win. Cameron & Co's. Are You having aches and pains'.' If so, buv a bottle XIX Liniment, use aceordiuu to direc- tion, Internally and externally, and ii will cure you. It cured Jud^e (leorge ('lark of cramp In 10 minutes. Sold by i\ s. Alexander & Co. i'inno Box ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 July 1892

TUf fttn «r f 8',. ir 9,ft, :> KM p;.3 ¡ r ¡P M« *u 2 AT A SACRIFICE! —THE ENTIRE STOCK OF— -*1 Queeasware, Glassware & Silverware t FORMERLY OWNED BY D. C. HAYNBS. t -Hu Been Bought By- E. Bell & Sons, HHIP ■■HHII ¡SM* M' ■RMNMM MMMNHHitei A. And rill be sold at Prices ÜNPARALLED in the History of W« ; t hot ford And in addition to the above, we purchased his , u Good Cltjr üotrmMMl IWbtof 1 Mr. Iloorttvld Storey feuu hi my ia The New KnglanU MugMine on this ¡opte. U« ttnds that A monean eitiee i tre badly governed Ihvhiim twd and in- ,-ouipelent uien are chtwen to govern .hem. There need* no voice from heaven U> tell *u Ihla. But Mr. Storey look* further, ami find* that bad and ineomi* - tent meu are cbontW to l e municipal of- tWn It the tirwt place Iwaiw the aver- «ge American citiieu takes lit tie interest m the government of his city. If he took the «ame pains iu «electing a mayor that he does in selecting a foreman to ¡ manage his private business we should ' he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 July 1892

ears Soap !NEW YORK DEMOCRATIC. Why is Pears' Soap—the best in the world, the soap with no free alkali in it- sold for 15 cents a cake ? It was made for a hospital soap in the first place, made by request; the doctors wanted a soap that would wash as sharp as any and do no harm to the skin. That means a soap all soap, with no free alkali in It, nothing but soap; there lis nothing mysterious in it. Cost depends on quantity; I quantity comes of quality. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all I sorts of people use it, espe- Icially those that know what's [what. <ive Oak Dairy, —PROPERTY OK- IL. KANE and L, W.CHRISTIAN, t Holstein Milk and Butter for Rule at all times. )HN CAIN, Dairyman. Leave orders for milk aud butter at Dr. pr's drug store bo a few choice youug Holstein Bulls sale, sired by the celebrated bull, ay's Maxon. LTHERFORD. TEXAS. rt Worth and Denver City iAILWAY COMPANY, and lion Pacific System. the only line pwssitig throiiKli the great \NHANDLE COUNTR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 July 1892

v.*- $«gjÉMi mm mm Irj ' ' M m.. M ■; PPjiv I w m S §? í; MÉ3 TI Fearfal Dreath. Ban Antokio, Tkx., June 2«—a letter from La Salle county, eighty miles southwest of San Antionio, on the International and Great Northern railway, gives a faint picture of the drouth desolation In that sec ti ti In three years it has not rained a drop. The prairies once carp-)ted with rich grass are as hare as a billiard talii.e. The streams have gone dry. There Is no water anywhere. From aoy eminence as far as the eye can reach there is not a spot of green. The *un reflected from the glare and heat is absolutely unbearable. Deer, turkey, and aliother wild animals have left. Even the familiar jack-rabbit has disappeared. All cattle and sheep have been sold and shipped into other states. Many of the Mexicans are eowboys or herders. They have no means of subsistence and sume of them have tried to farm, but the seed sown two years ago remains unsprout- ed and undeveloped in the ground. From LaSalle^ county...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 July 1892

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRES VOL. XII.-NO. 81. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1892. Successor to Sun-Oonstitution i. Is a fine White Lace Striped India Mull, worth xo and nc. a month ago, going now at only 5 cents a yard. BUTTS BROTHERS, No. a. Fancy Figured Crepe effect, Wash Fabric, regular 12 x-xac. goods. This lot 7 i-ac. " ■ ' ' Our Mr. J. T. Butts is now in the market buying Summer Goods, such as are to be found which manufacturers expected to carry over until next snmmer. A little cash goes a long ways this season of the year on such lines. Look at our FOUR CORNER SPECIALS IN WASH FABRICS. These specials are only in limited quantities. We give to each cach customer as much as they may want as long as they last. SPECIAL CUTS On all other Summer Goods. What we had in stock had to suffer the lo s in com- parison to recent purchases. BUTTS BROTHERS, North Side Square, : Weatherford, Texas. 110 AND 112, HOUSTON STREET, No. 4. All of our ao, 25 and 30c. Figured Can- ton Crepes,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 July 1892

m mm him «bout thirty feet and uptbecbaM. No farther t« are anticipated. booth,-Cor. 8. Main * Coluov Sunday at U a. m —1 ■JO . . 1 tat 7:80. at p.m. . V at p. m. CI _t in mob month, it. X. F. Boom, Pa tor ■a t>. L. Ridgxwa v, Pastor. ¡r mw ssTifsaiW7 k D Pkssbttmiam.—'W. Church 8t. tol at 9:46 a. m. Preaohlngat 11a.m. t 'at 7:S0. PY.5rpr8°lce En5neThour before the service on Sunday. Choir meeting lay evening. rbt.W.G. TmrLCTOM. Paitor. BiRiir.-W. Church St., Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m., and at7:Í8p. m. Prayer meet- ing every Wednesday night at 8:80. Sunday school every Sunday at #:#> a. m. B«v. O. W. Bain* , Pa tor Catholic.—Cor. Columbia and 8o. Main flu. service l t.,2nd and 4th Sunday* of each month Catechiim at 9 :80 a. m. High Mass and Sermon at 10:80 a. m. *hai r. Bbamnaw, Paitor. Hmm & 8BCBKT ORDEBS: K. of P.—Meet every Tue*day evening at 7:30 o'clock. in hall over Cotten'i furniture (tore. E. of H.—Meet 1st and 8rd Monday* in eaoh month, at K. of P. hall. K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 July 1892

;W r«i I I illWIMMhlWHiik; 'ft4-:'*f., ¿iMrtiiM; *¿kxte r*&- -v«* ¡ CULBERTSON, WRIGHT & CO fihst and throckmorton streets. FORT WORTH, ■Tir TEXAS. / f ff f C ((ufé I Si BUGGIES, ^Wi* And Spring Work of Every Description. All the latest Novelties in the Buggy line. Get our prices. They are the LOWEST in the State. Harness oí Every Descirption at Lowest Prices. ■ ran ■ i, w.*.m J AMMONIA AND SUICIDES. ?W- pirn One of the Most Certain Agents for Causing Death by Slow Poisoning Of the number of those seeking suicide by swallowing some form of poison, probably there are few who have sought to kill themselves by means of ammonia. Nevertheless ammonia, although it is the active agent in most of the salts sold to women for their gilt decorated and perfumed scent, bottles, is poisonous when taken internally in a concen- trated from. To attest this there have been recently in New York sev- eral cases, the most recent being that of Herman JIarowitz, of which Dep- uty Coroner Jenkins s...

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