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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

Some SpcM Values. 100 10-4 Silver Grey BLANKETS, BOÍt finish, fancy border, worth $1.25, we close them out at 75c. The New York Store MURPHY, HUGHES & CO., WE ARE Leaders I we want > Wm [fi I" w ,v •VA" . iSf *mi. i pii . wr ¡■'mm WM' Wmt , •¿jf : > , pjgfk:; < I BP* ■ is® ■ K35- Hf# te- #,' ■$ Ik'' fl*** tit. S fe- I •* •Üll % f 'JF ♦ 1 ' I V* B' I # IÉÉ Síb FIFTY Fine 10-4, soft llninh, white Blank- et , fancy Iwder. worth $2.00, we let them go at $1.25. North Main Street, Weatherford, Texas. Your Trade!! FORTY PAIRS Fine, all-wool Blankets, elegant good , worth $7.50. Our price $.>. FORTY Ladies'Jersey and Cloth Jackets, good worth from $3.00 to $10.00. We waot to close them out quick, and cut the margins close,$2 to $5. Boots. Men's Sboes. Men's heavy Boots, $1.25: worth j Giesecke - Goodyear, hand-sewed *2.00: Good calf only $2.00: Bon- j Ca]f) |2.50: the best, $1.25, $1.50 ner calf only $2.50. Giesecke,hand- i ^nd $2.00 shoe in Weatherford. made. $4.25. FIFTY P...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

TWELVE PAGES. THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.-NO. 45. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution Weatherford is Paying the Highest Price for Cotton OF ANY INLAND TOWN IN TEXAS. Bring your cotton to Weatherford, where you will always get the top of the market, and then buy your Dry Ms, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Clothing at the RED FRONT. • Look at our prices, and come and see the goods. It will pay you ! Nice line of Ginghams, per yard 5 cents. All wool filling Jeans Pants, per pr 61 cents. Children's Heavy Shoes, per pair, 15 cents. Children's Fine Shoes, per pair, 25 cents. Men's Kip Boots, per pair, 92 cents. Boys' Boots, per pair, 52 cents. Ladies' Button Shoes, per pair, 49 cents. 25 yards Calico, best quality, one dollar. 25 yards Bleached Domestic, yard wide, no dressing, one dollar- 30 yards good Cotton Checks, 24 inches wide for one dollar. 20 yards better Cotton Checks, 27 inches wide for one dollar. We LEAST MONEY, AND DON'T YOU FORGET I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

SÉ V'/v' i ▲ Irvln went down to Dallas, Tues- day. « Charles II ay oes visited Fort Worth Monday. Llcyd V. Harcourt Visited Aledo Sunday. Mr. S. D. Thompson is still on the sick list. Rev. W. G. Tempieton left Wednes- day for Dallas. Mr. J. B. Hutchson went over to the Fort Saturday. Pure Colors ground in Oil ¡it Win Cameron & C'o's Judge A. J. Hood Sr. of Aledo wa* I in the city Monday Hon. S. W. T. Lanham left Wed- nesday for the" west. Ed Lysaght, made a business trip out to Cisco Wednesday. Uev. 11. II. Lewis ot Fort Worth was in the city Tuesday. E. W. Miller, of Aledo was in the city Saturday with friends. Guy Short went down to the show Monday to see the elephant. J. B. Price went over to the Fort Saturday to take in the show. C. A. Donavon, come in Sunday from a several days trip west. Capt. J. W. Corn is strong in the belief that Clark will he elected. Hon. R. B Hood, of Springtown was in the city Tuesday with friends. Arch Honey, was over Sunday from Fort Worth with hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

hhhbmimmwm J1 Claude S. Campbell of Rock Creek was in the city Sunday. D. C. Noble ic Co. handle the genuino Dodson <k Hill pepper sauce. Read all the pages of the Enquirer this week. They will interest you. Jno. II. Lewis of Mineral Wells was in the city Monday with friends. Jack Hittson, of Pain Pinto county was in the city Monday with friends Read all the pages of The En- quirer this week. ~"THey" will interest you. W. G. Buster left Sunday with a herd of Durham cattle for the Dallas fair. Jas. A. Maddox left Monday fur Fort Worth and Dallas on a pleasure and business trip. The Tom Green camp of confeder- erate veterans will attend the fair on re-union day. D. M. Hart, Jr. and Jeff Neighbors went down to the Fort Monday to take in the show. Mr. J. T. Brown one of Palo Pinto county's best citizens was in the city Monday on his way to Dallas. A full car load of the Charter Oak cook stoves just received by J. R. Lewis & Co, • Mr. H. O. Wilson is a progressive merchant and now...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

P £Í ¡¡It® % m r ¿ i * fj fi í * H FRESH, NEW GOODS, AND The Lowest Prices at ths New Cash Store. «.insbauis, including Ainockeog, Canton ami Arlington, 7 cents | er yard. Calicoes, including Merrimack, Aliens, Windsor, ó cents per yard. Worsted Dress Goods at 10 cents per yard. Ladies' and Gent's Hose at 5 cents per pair. Buckskin Jeans at 16 £-3 cents per yard. Cotton Plaids at 5 cents per yard. Domestic at 4 1-4 cents per yard. Overshirts at ¿5 cents a piece. Table Oil Cloth 18 cents per yard. Men's Jeans Pants, $1.00 per pair. Men's Working Pants, $1.00 per pair. Ducking Overalls, 75 cents. Men's Wool Shirts at $4.00 per pair. UNDERBUY, UNDERSELL IS MY MOTTO! Being a buyer in New York City for the last five years, I am certainly on to the ways of purchasing goods and give my customers BARGAINS in all lines wnich they cannot obtain elsewftere. Will dety the town on SHOES and HATS. Come and give me a chance to con- vince you of the truth of what I say. Understand 1 do not offer so...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

Highest of «D in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOU/TELY PURE gor «ale by DAK D. HARTMETT and other leading «rocera. The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME TABLE. (To take Effoet Thursday, July 14, 1&92.) FROM WKATHSBFOItD. i No. I.—Leave Weatherford U üo a m " Arrive Mineral Wells 12 22 p m jjo. 8.—Leave Weatherford 5 3D p m '• Arrive Mineral Wells., (i ft! p m Uo. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 30 a ra " Arrive Weatherford 8-52 a ui Mo. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells 3 00 p m •• Arrive Weatherford 4 2*2 p m Trains 1 and 2 will run daily. Trains 3 and 4 daily except Sunday. TAXAS & PACIFIC. East bound. No. 4 4:48p. m. West bound, No. 3 10:30 p. m. GULF, COLORADO <fc 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. COUNTY DEMCRATIC TICKET. J. A. Hood, Jr., County Judge. Howard Martin, County Attorney. A. C. R. Morcian, Dist...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

m* ml W- If i I The Big Show Will BE HERE. THE ONLY BIG ONE TO Visit Texas Undivided Rflurvistf fiwiu its Grand Austra un Triumph. it HillioMire P*erf«f<cT:.'n ax exfc! Wsattierford, on May- November 1st. SELLS BROS*. MBi<a + SHOW + OF + TME + WORLD* Only Stupendous. Laving AUNiralian Exhibit. Kegal Kom«n Hippo droiae. Moaner MttNgene. Only tiuait Hippopotami. Trio : M s-i Tremendous Tigers. Only School of Train *l Mon^it-r Sea L;ujjg Seals, Biggest Circus** ou K&rih. Oni> Trib* 01 Wild Sedoutn War- rior Athletes, Only Darkest Aim* Aquarium, Aaupt>dr*a Aviar?- The Olympian Slag*; oí Old, < taüy B> yai «1 ap* itest* Proupe M-U-.Vir Qymoasiuui. Children's F&uaí&ihí Frolics. Grotesque Carnival. v-s- bian Night's Kouiantres, >p«*c sacular ^ignni ^r :o Mmx Su^k- >i>; Free Holiday Displays. ra¿jw*c road OUR COUNTY. Whan th« Chant* Com* . It is not gain said that this is a great country -this «vur.tn íyir* i with- in fifty r.-.üe ct a hue drawn trvwn ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

— ü.w;. **J**MKilii>fflrinrinMirraiiin nun mu 11 rfiwi 1 i í Live Oak Dairy, -PROPERTY 0F- j, L. KANE and L.W. CHRISTAIN. Pure Holstein Milk and Butter for sale at ull times. JOHN CAIN, - Dairyman. Leave orders for milk and butter at Dr. Neer'sdrug store. Also a few choice young Holstein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFORD TEXAS. Í r. p. baker. Professor of Music PIANO FORTE, Voice, Violin and Theory. Í . o. Box tun. Fort Worth .and Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific System. The only line passing through the great PANHANDLE COUNTRY OF ■T3S3C-A.S. The greatest wheat growing country in the world. (,:haap homes for all. Also the only di- rect route to Washington, Idaho, Oregon Montaua, Colorado Wyoming and All Pacific Coast Points- Bend for copy of our Summerlatuls. We take you direct to the health resorts OIF ■ COLORADO. For further information, address, D. B. KEEL Eli, G. P. A., Fort Worth, Texas. E. L. LOMAX, O. P. A., U. P. R'y, O...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

er* Pira íi ¡pf üi ' g J MI Be- ■' (S fft>:í, i c : I ■ ^•I. § I I l*¿; ñm O-RJUSTD 2™3323E2333^2¡3EI^EIE3iEE Slaughter Sale 1 ¿; ; Our competitors will stand aghast at the tremendous reduction of prices. Our customers will smile with pleasure at the saving of money at Gernsbacher's Slaughter Sale. On account of being crowded for room, and to prepare for my mammoth stock of Toys ud Hilidsy Goods 1 I will close out unreservedly $15.000 stock of Queensware, Glassware, Tin- ware and Cutlery. Read the prices and examine the goods. ^One hundred dollars for you for nothing if these Prices Are Not Sustained ! 102 Dish Pans, 10-14-17 quarts, your choice for 15 cents. 483 Dairy Pans, 2-4-7 quarts, your choice for 5 cents. 76 Flaring Buckets, 8-io-i2 quarts, your choice tor 15 cents. 42 Sad Irons, 5 and 6 pounds, your choice for 25 cents. 17 Sad Irons. 7 and 8 pounds, your choice for 35 cents. 160 covered buckets, 7c. 12c. 14c. and 20c. 98 Hunter's Sifters at 15 cents. 143 Lanterns, the be...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

"m sma |nd gi }gest sst Te lof he pd bul pst to] [ing oj ¡rould kind| Hg feet le bottc bcess, ai |m dtser luches ti NORMAN G. KITTRELL Another Democrat Who Takes His Stand With Clark. tore say thei we pi all spe lual prici I Is ung A CALM DISPASSIONATE LETTER From the Standpoint of a Judge Who Views Impartially The Claims ol the Two Candidates for Gov* ernor of Texas, Both Claiming to Be Democrats—Clark Is the Le- gitimate Nominee. Hunts ville, Oct. 1, '92. Geo. W. Scott, Esq., chairman Democratic executive committee, Leon county: Dear Sib and Friend:—Your valued favor of recent date, written as you state, "at the suggestion of several friends," requesting my views on the "political situation of state affairs," duly to hand. A press of official duties has prevented earlier reply. You state there is disaffection in Leon county among some of my "warm- est friends and some of the best men of the country," and are kind enough to say that you feel that I could perhaps do more than any ot...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 20 October 1892

—u. 1 I buníl.m'ldH the JUftSt i! ¡I wírHh flash mere. 8 i«a«: double iM the right to dm «uch degree oí toree as Mi neoaaaary to overcome such resis- tance, Mid lí having attempted to do so, such delegate was assaulted by a police- man or any other man in auch a way as to put him in danger of death or ser- ious or bodily injury, and thereupon such delegate had slain such polioeman or other party ao assaulting him, the act would have been justifiable homicide, And any honest Judge who knew the law would have so declared it. This being true it inevitably follows that the requirement to prooure a badge as a condition precedent to en- tering the hall was unauthorized and unlawful, and a trespass upon the rights of those so excluded and their consti- tuents, which not only justified them In assembling elsewhere, but deprived of any binding force the action of the convention which endorsed such tres- If the delegates favorable to Judge Clark and when no unlawful obstacle was placed in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 27 October 1892

TWELVE PAGES. THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL XII.-NO. 46. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27.1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution Weather ford is Paying the Highest Price fbr Cotton OF ANY INLAND TOWN IN TEXAS. Bring your cotton to Weatherford, where you will always get the top oí the market, and then buy your Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Clothing at the Look at our prices, and come and see the goods. It will pay you! Nice line of Ginghams, per yard 5 cents. All wool filling Jeans Pants, per pr 61 cents. Children's Heavy Shoes, per pair, 15 cents. Children's Fine Shoes, per pair, 25 cents. Men's Kip Boots, per pair, 92 cents. Boys' Boots, per pair, 52 cents. Ladies' Button Shoes, per pair, 49 cents. ' I 25 yards Calico, best quality, one dollar. 25 yards Bleached Domestic, yard wide, no dressing, one dollar- 30 yards good Cotton Checks, 24 inches wide for one dollar. 20 yards better Cotton Checks, 27 inches wide for one dollar. We LEAST MONEY, AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT ! Dr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 27 October 1892

Kffe ■:> fe: l grgf>; L • - I HB&lt KM ip IlPfe B I I a * Hi a Oh, yes. Hogg is making a fine run—into obscurity. The T. & P. R. R. by it$ reduced rates invites you to go to* the fair. Why not let all the public school teachers and pupils go to the Dallas fair. Watch out for absentism from the polls on Nov. 8. The merchants and clerks must all vote. The way to show the railroad man- agement that you need the Dallas special is to patroni/e it. Go to the fair. Don't get weary nor fret; this fight Clark and adherents are making is on to stay until the last line of paternal law is effaced from the statute books. That Hog¿ should have ever been pulled is doubtful but that he was pulled entirely too previous is a cer tainty. Dr. Cranfill thinks this is the ap- pointed time for the prohibitionists to win—the time to vote ' for God, home and our native land." Senator Mills says to the St. Louis Republic: "The man who votes for Clark is as good a DEMOCRA Tas is the man who vote...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 27 October 1892

i i In has es 1 Biff Excitement in Town. There is hardly a dull day in Weath- erford. The people generally pursue the even teuor of their way. while busi- ness and society keep lively. In fact, nearly every man in the town attends to his own business. The ladies are remarkable for their detestation of gossips. Hence, as a usual thing, business and social sensations are few and far between. The truth is, Weatherford people are generally too busy to be entrapped into matters involving tragedies and sensations. The only ripples among the social elite of the city are caused by the su- perb grace, flashing wit or brilliant in- tellectuality of some unassuming mem- ber of home society. But there has been some excitement in business circles during the past tea days. In most any town there are business men who promise more than they do. Of course, this is wrong, and wrong doing always brings its own reward. The biggest merchants may make startling announcements of what they have and what th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 27 October 1892

. n J¿t{ ' f. FRESH, NEW GOODS, AND The Lowest Prices at tlao New Cash. Store. (finghaniK, including Aino keog, Canton and Arlington, 7 cenln per yard. Calicoes, including Merrimack, Aliena, Windsor, 5 cent* per yard. Worsted Dres* Goods at 10 cents per yard. Ladies' and Gent's Hose at 5 cents per pair. Buckskin Jeans at 102-3 cents per yard. Cotton Plaids at 5 cents per yard. Domestic at 4 1-2 cents per yard. Overshirts at 25 cents a piece. Table Oil Cloth 18 cents per yard. Men's Jeans Pants, $1.00 per pair. Men's Working Pants, $1.00 per pair. Ducking Overalls, 75 cents. Men's Wool Shirts at $4.00 per pair. UNDERBUY, UNDERSELL IS MY MOTTO! Being a buyer in New York City for the last five years, I am certainly on to the ways of purchasing goods and give my customers BARGAINS in all lines wnich they cannot obtain elsewnere. Will deiy the town on SHOES and HATS. Come and give me a chance to con- vince you of the truth of what I say. Understand 1 do not offer some goods as leaders at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 27 October 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE For «al by DAN D. HARTNETT and other leadinir ir rocera The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. (To take Effect Thursday, July I I. lh9J.) from wk thf fokj>. No. 1.—Leave WeatlieriorU 11 00 a m " Arrive Mineral Wells 12 22 p m No. a.—Leave Weatherford -í :m> p m '• Arrive Mineral wells H fit! p ra No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 30 a m " Arrive Weatherford x 5'J a ui No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells 8 00 p ra " Arrive Weatherford 4 22 p in Trains 1 and 2 will run daily. Trains 3 and 4 •daily except Sunday. TAXA8& PACIFIC. Kast bonud, No. 4 4:48 p.m. West 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 K.ort Worth & Rio Grande at Cressou. COUNTY DEMCRATIC TICKET. J. A. Hood, Jr., County Judge. Howard Mah-Íin, County Attorney,. A. C. R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 27 October 1892

i f I The Big Show Will BE HERE. THE ONLY BIG ONE TO Visit Texas Undivided Returning from its Grand Austra'ia Tr it* Mil! <">r>*.r* IN • *.vtv>r, at Weatherford, on Taaslay Novenber 1st. SELLS BROS'. 4BIG + SHOW + OF + THE + U/ORLDN- Only Stupendous Living Australian Kxhibü, Konwn Hipjv- droine, Monster Menagerie, Only liiant HiproMMami. Trn Mv^i Tremendous Tigers, Only School of Trained Metier Sen Lk ns and Seals. Biggest Circuses on Earth. Only Tribe of Wild P*domn War- rior Athletes. Only Darkest Africa Aquarium. Antipole* Avvary The Olympian Stage of Old. Only Royal Japanese Tin-upe. Mid-Air Gymnasium. Children's Fairyland Frolics. Grotesque Oara:v*i. Ara- bian Night's Romances. Spectacular Pilgrimage to Meet**. Superbest Free Holiday Displays. «IMTIN4 BRITISH OPINIONS. ) ni>u|b lu Dwliii «M kVttwAM Mhtl VV v Wul. \. .. 'i -.*& *' a «*u« Wiwr the pitiable .■£ «¡two XU'Kiuley v^ryau* than « Si u> |«4>)iuliw' Mr. ■¡SSi Vuttt k«ui voters by •íV.ví* Kw<U ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 27 October 1892

MHn i Live Oak Dairy, —PROPERTY OF- j. L, KANE and L. W, CHRISTAIN. 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 ii few choice \ oung Holstein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFO BD TEXAS. R. P. BAKER. Professor of Music PIANO FORTE, Voice, Violin and Theory. P. O. Hnx i;j(I. Fort Worlb aid Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and Union Pacific Syatem. The only line passing through the great PANHANDLE COUNTRY Of TIEXA-S. The greatest wheat growing country In the world. Chaap homes lor all. Also the only di- rect route to Washington, Idaho, Oregon Montaua, Colorado Wyoming and All Pacific Coast Points- Bend for copy of our Summerlands. We take you direct to the health resorts OIF - COLORADO. For further information, address, D. B. KEELER, G. P. A., Fort Worth, Texas. B. L. LOMAX, G.,P. A., U. P. H'y, Omaha, Nebraska. Thos b. king. J. W. JARROTT. KING & JARRO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 27 October 1892

Sggg-J* ! É CKR-A^hstd Slaughter Sale! Our competitors will stand aghast at the tremendous reduction of prices. Our customers will smile with pleasure at the saving of money at Gernsbacher's Slaughter Sale. Oo account of being crowded for room, and to prepare for my mammoth stock of Toy aid Holiday Goods! I will dose out unreservedly $ 15.000 stock of Queensware, Glassware, Tin- ware and Cutlery. Read the prices and examine the goods. ;One hundred dollars for you for nothing if these Public Iptaklng By Judge J. T. Harris, at the fol- lowing times and places, to-wit: MiUsap, Friday night, October 28, at 7 p. m. Authon, Saturday, October 39, at 11 a. m. Whitt, Saturday night, October 29, at 7 p. m. Weathertord, Monday night, Octo- ber 31, at 7 p. m. Judge Albright will also address the people at the following places: Pleasant Point, Thursday night, Oc- tober 27, at 7 p. m. Baker's School House, Friday, Oc- tober 28, at 11 a. m. Balch. Friday night, October 28, at 7 p. m. Buckner, Satu...

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

Pi ' TWELVE PACES. THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XH.-NO. 47. WEATHERFOBD. TEXAS. THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 1892. The merchant who is too busy to ▼ote next Tuesday is too busy to run any business lone-. With Judge Beckham in t he *enaie no Koverifor can bulldoze an uncon- stitutional bill through tne legisla- ture. If you wish to know how Hogg treats the sons of ex-confedcrates read Mrs. Boyston's letter in this is- sue. With Cleveland and Clark fleeted confidence will be restored, credit re- established and contentment will reign thionghout the land. Don't place your judgments too heavily upon your neighbor for you may not know how heavy are the burdens upon hitn. The man who makes a stump speech with the view to misrepresent candidates and not to educate the people is unworthy an audience. We all can rejoice. If Clark had not been elected Texas would have continued in strife and turmoil, stag- nation and death another two years. If you can do nothiDg but criticise the imperfections in ...

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