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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 November 1891

V THE WEATHER FORI) :yWmm A VOL XI.—NO. 50. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER 12, 1891. a Successor to Sun-Constitution. THE FINLEY UKASE Warwick Clark Classes it as Harmless Pleasantry. WHAT THE FARMERS WANT H* Hopea to 8e« this Question Ta ken Up Democratically and Dla cuased and Settled Dem- ocratically. Waco. Tex., Nov. 6—Having been directed to obtain the views of Jadge Clark on the Fmley letter, your representative called upoo that gentle- man at his office this ni3rning and ob tained the following in reply to hie inquiries- Judge Clark said in an- answer to the first question, which was generally as to what he thought of the letter: "Mr. Finley's ukase may be classed as a harmless pleasantry, to give it the very mildest designation. Hi« \ . function as chairman in this respect is simply advisorv, and there is no author ity anywhere vested with jurisdiction to read anybody out of the party or into it. "Democracy is purely a matter of individual opinion and action. If a m...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 November 1891

THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. y. A. HuMi-r, sinyiir A. i. Uuu'i. City Attorney. E. I., (iruhitm, J. A. Ochelirw, Al.iermeu Flrnt Ward. Jen** HI' krnKii, W. ( . MoFall AMermuu 2nd Ward. A. J. 11*11. tf Wmiirv, A Mermen ard Ward. N. U. Well , J. T. Cot ten, AMermen ÍUi Ward. A. H. Lewi*. Secretary and Tre<u.urur. D. C. H ration, Marshal. W. A l.ifck, Atoa**w<>r and emiec-toi JHÜECIIKH: M. E. Cui' v H 80UTM,—Cor h Maiu A C'olum bia (to., herviré* evurv Sunday at U a. m aud 7 p. in. Sunday Selnx l at :aOa. m. Frayoruitut ing every Wednesday ni^lit at 7;80 Clan meet Inga 2nd and 4th Kaljliaih at;i p. in. Society every third Huuday at S p. m Conference on firm Sunday In each month. Ksv. J ah Mackky, Pastor. Peskbytkri ah. -Oak St., Sunday School every ■nnday inornliiK at V:30. Hrnaching at 11 a.m., and 7 p. ui Prayer raoetinf every Wednesday night at 7. Ksv. J. A. Wood*, Fautor. OCMBiBLA>ri I'kicvsytkhiaN.—W. Cbaroh St. Sunday school at 9;4Aa. in. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 November 1891

WM I I i 1 T i « @ C. D, HARTNETT & COT Wholesale Grocers NORTH MAIN STREET. Í EDiTORIAL NOTES. J Largest Wholesale House in the West WEATHBHFORD, TEXAS. R. E. BELL, wholesale dealer in Hardware, - Cutlery, WAGON WOODWORK, Iron, Nails, farming Implements, Etc., Etc Barb Wire a SPECIALTY. c YORK AVENUE—o Cor. Spring St., Weatherford, Tex. McFALL HOUSE, Near All the Depots, WEATHERFORD, : TEXAS. Rates Per Day, $1.00. Board Per Week, $2.50. Board and Lodging, $3.50 to $4. Meals, 25c. Tbe table supplied with the best the market affords. Good rooms, well ventilated. Hacks leave this house daily f.>r Veal Station, SpriiiRtown. Jaeksboro, Peaster and Poolville. Special attention to guests wanting to leave on haeks or trains. W C. FATTBRSOA7, l^ropri etor. tf. N. CHANDLER, ML D., Physician and Surgeon. CALLS TO THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY ANSWERED. IXgr Office Reynolds' Drug Store, East Side of the Public Square WEATHERFOKD, TEXAS. Weatherford Steam Sausage Factory AND MEAT MARKET. TJRBACZZ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 November 1891

.':• ;"•--- ;'--í'.' •■. v.- v?.*~ , ■ ?.■ •-v.-•' .' '." CVt:" ■ - :TF; ' Yr: '. -'i Vrlif.:-- <> .-. "■*■ ' it® THURSDAY ¿B co. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- nth*.. >ru on maim 8tkkkt, one Mock inre. ah aru Invited to oatt and me ub at any time. JAS U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E. E. MULL Business Manager, 111 entered at the Portnfflecat Weattaerfoid, To*a«, ai Ueuond-ClaiM mail matter. WEATHERFORD, NOV. 12. To Ft. Worth : Wire Paddock to come and take charge of Tbe Gazette. Wanted :—Twenty five thousand Ohio republicana to come to Texas. Thje gamett of all game Texana and the braineat of an brainy Texana ia going to be apeaker of the House of Reprsentativea. Hia name ia Roger Q. Milla. Rán The Enquirer's young and prom iaing friend, E. B. Robertaon of Men dian baa located at the flouriahing town of Comanche where he will prac< tice law and handle real eatate. Eph ia energetic, honeat and able, and ia destined to win a mil meaaure of sue- >0: ÍM ■I The City Council of Weatherford Have...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 November 1891

The Enquirer. * WBATHERFORD NOV. 12, 1881. LOCAL RAILWAY TIMB TABLE. WBATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. (To take Effect Sunday, October 18, lf>91.) FROM WKATHKHKOHD. No 1—Leave Weatherforü fi 15 p ra " Arrive Mineral Wells.. .. .7 37 p iu No. L—Leave Weather ford u 00 a m " Arrive Miueral Wells 12 ÍJ p in to WKATHKBFORD. No. 2.—Leave Miueral Wells 7 20 a m " Arrive Weatherford 8 42 am No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells 8 (Ml p m " Arrive Weatherford 4 22 p m Trains Nog. 1 and 2, daily trains; 3 and 4 dally except Sunday. Close connection at Weatherford with the T. 4k P. and G., C. A Santa Ke trains, and at Min- eral Wells with Graham stage line. A. F. McKay, 8upt. TAXAS & PACIFIC. East bound, No. 4 4:48 p. m. West bouud, No. 3 10:30 p. m. accommodation. No 10 , 9:05 a. u . GULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE. South bound 2:45 p. m. North bound 11 a. ril., 6:15 p. m. The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Cresson. W. F. Foreman, the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 November 1891

_ *" ' w ■ IPW I I . * 1 • ■ p ♦ ' % bríw TRUSTEES SALE! © Large Business Failure. We want i f you r machine ynu per- isfaction. not mat- to know sewing isgiving feet sat- 11 does terwhat We are adepts in this lino. We have nade a study of On account of the stringency in money matters, Wadley Bros, have been forced succumb, and have turned their entire stock of to Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and a Large STOCK OF CLOTHING Over to a trustee to be closed out at once at less than New York cost. The goods must be sold. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY of getting BARGAINS All notes and accounts due them must Be Paid ftT w. w. ONCE to the Trustee. DAVIS, Trustee. THE MAJESTY OF THE LAW Must Be Maintained in Texas-Hogg's Proclamation. Offering a Liberal Reward For the Capture of Leaders and Prin- cipals of the Mob WHICH BURRED THE NEGRO AT LINDES. Executive Office, ) Atstin, Tex., Oct. 29. j I. H. Lanier, Esq , Sheriff, Linden, Texas: Pear Sir—Herewith I hand you my proclamation offering...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 November 1891

* . t~r*t~"fn> J. B.C0UT8, Prest. K. W. KINDEI., Vice-Pre I. A. N. UK ANT, Oaahier. \ i 1 J, 4 I H r CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHER FORD, TEXAS. OAJ?IT_A-I_i & STJKFXjTJS, $200.000. POLITICAL COMMENT. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. o Collections a Specialty. North Main St. THE FARMERS' EXCHANGE SAW, W. F. WIELAND, Proprietor. Pnre Whiskies, Brandies, Wines and Cigars. GOODS FOR FAMILY AND MEDICINAL PURPOSES A SPECIALTY. o Goods Waeeaittbii a.s Hepressinted. 0 N. Main St., the Old Quart House. HOTEL PICKWICK, GEO. C. HUDGINS, Proprietor, FORT WORTH, - - TEXAS. Flower and the Liquor. The wholesale liquor dealers of New York have met together and have unanimously repudiated the statement of the Wine and Spirit Gazette that they were opposed to Candidate Flower, who can now proceed to read his Bible and drink water at his meals, unterrified by reports of the displeas- ure ot the liquor trade. This is well. —Boston Herald. Tariff Triumphs. Every time ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 12 November 1891

* K i i lb, Yod Utile Tatsy, Pntsy, you are just too sweet! This husband is bringing back past recol- lections of LOVE IN A COTTAGE Aad why ? He has just enjoyed a sump (sous dinner prepared by his wife, who iwladoubly paid for her trouble in know- fcfher "own dear" is pleased. She could WW have produced such a result had she not bought her groceries from J. H. STONE & CO. tte Acknowledged LEADERS in FANC1 GROCERIES. Buy your groceries from them, and you will have no family jars. diation or change in the standard ol value' "This is substantially in accord with the demand of the farmers, and when the fanners and bankers get that near together it would hardly seem a diffi cult matter for statesmenship to recon cile these hitherto warring elements upon a common basis of understand ing; and if bankers and farmers can agree upon a common measure of pol- icy, all other classes ought to be able to join with ihem without any serious wrench of their political consciences. For one I hope ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 November 1891

i ca-8 . a sao a o < / WEÁTHEKFO III) ENQUIRER. ■ cwo , VOL. XI.-NO. 51. WEATHERFORD TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1891. Successor to Sim-Constitutiji. FARMING IN PARKER 1EN WHO STARTED WITH NOTHING How Worth From Twenty to Fifty Thousand Dollar*. AND IT WAS ALL MADE IN PARKER. fm ^ The Enquirer didn't get an inter- view with a real farmer this week. The shows attracted a jamming crowd, and even the successful farmer had no time to talk farming figures to a newí paper man. But The Enquirer got the ear and turned loose the tongue of a man who knows a thing or two about what has been accomplished at farm- ing in Parker. His name is l. w. christian, the big merchant, who has been in this county twenty years, and who has been a close watcher of farming and farm- ing operations all the time. He narra ted to The Enquirer the poverty of shelter, food and clothing the people then suffered—their trials in getting their lands pre-empted, and their various experiments with different kinds o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 November 1891

m W-. £ ■ it 1 THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. If. W. Bustor, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City AlHinier. B. t. Graham, J. A. Ochelwe, Aldcrtuen 'jeSsc Ulckman, W. C. McKnll AUleiuieu 'iud •ud. A. J. Ball. H Wfttlley, Aldermen 3rd Ward. tl, IJ. Well , J. T. Cotton, Aldermen 4tU Ward. A. 8. Lewi , Secretary and Treasurer. it. C. Bratton, Marshal. W. A. Link, Acf-ebMjraiid Collector. ."HrRi'HKf: M. K. Ciicv M BoCTH s- Main tt t'uluin. hit *tt , Service every Sunday ai 11 a. in and 7 p. n. Kiindav School at'.' SOa. iu. I'rayer meut- ln* every Wednesday night at 7:sn. "icot- inn 2nd and 4th Satibaih. at 3 p. in. Mivdonarv Society every thin! Sunday at H p. in. t-hurcn Conference on fii>t Sunday iu each month. Kkv. Jas Mackky. Pantor. PkRNBYTKHi AS. - Call St.. Sunday School every Sunday morning al IIM. Preaching at ii a. in., tnd7p. in. 1'raver meeting every Wedueitday ■IghtatT Rev. J. a. Wood , Pastor. CUMBF.hi.4m) i'kkhbvtkki an.— W. ChlllOh St. Sunday School at 9:45a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 November 1891

C D. HARTNETT & CO., Wholesale Grocers, NORTH MAIN STREET. Ik you want to ride in the demo- cratic boat in Texas next year, step 1 onto Clark's platform'with both feet. in the Dallas News they have snee/ed Einley's foggy, filmy fiat into empty j nothingness. Dear Bulletin, take a Kx-üwr. JU««T sTmmucs. ofl " «ad nee one good, old fash-! Tennessee, died suddenly of he„,' ">oed eye opeomg. bra, clearing, • u- u 4 i v, •„ I soul lifting, democratic sneeze with us. disease in his hotel room at Nashville! ' *' By the way, the Bulletin ought to stand J. R. LEWIS & CO. OKAIaKllS IN November 4. and The Enquirer again takes occasion to ask who, in the last legislature, kill- j ed the bill requiring all forced sales to ; be advertised in a newspaper ? Was it vetoed ? Largest "Wholesale House in the West WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. with the farmers and laborers George Clark & Co. Theirs is a broad platform and the bulletin is too broad gauged to allow itself slid oil into ! a little old...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 November 1891

The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BJ. E. HXTX.3j & CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE > One year Pi* months .. Three month* Single «°py Counting Room on MAIN HTKEET, one blojsk South of 8<iUttiv All ttieinvired to call mu! mm us at any time. w UH m ■ '>" '■■ssw-fn. jas- U. VINCENT, EOITOR. e< e. HULL. bubíiioós siíumos" quirkr has been «ble to gel their view* the thinking men of the state approve it. It it to be regretted that such a question is not more thoiough- ly discussrd before the legislature meets to dispose of it. It has to be met and settlt d; something must be done witlnljat idle money. If onyone has a better plan or valid objections to Col. Bidwell'í plan The Enquirf.r will be gUd to hear from him. PARDON US! ■FOB— Entered at the Postofflecot Weatherfonl, Texas an riceond-Claim mail matter. WEATHERFORD, NOV. 10. Col. Buck Kilgore ought to lean mighty lightly towards that "reading out" business. Since the United States govern ment essayed to make rain some peo- p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 November 1891

The Enquirer. WEATHERFORD NOV. 19, 1891. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WEI.LS AND north wjj -'ikit ■tlWr.vw;i: (To tako Effect Suuduy, October 18, lh91.) FBOM WKATHKtiKOBI). No 3.—Leave Weatli'Tfurd A 1.1 p in " Arrive Mluwal Wells 7 :>7 p m No. 1.—Leave Weutherfnril 11 00 u m " Arrive Miuei'ul WellS pm TO WKATJ1EKFORD. No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 '31 a m " Arrive W eutlierforil K r_' u m No. 4.—Leuve Mineral Well ;¡ <x> p m " Arrive WeatUcrford i . _> y m Trains Nos. 1 and 2, daily trains ; :i and 4 daily except Simdiiy Close connection at Wcntherford with the T. £ P. and O., C. . Santa Ke trains, and at Min- eral Wells with Graham stuye line. A. K. McKay, Bupt. TAX AS & PACIFIC. East bnnnd, No. 4 4-48 p in West bound, No. ;t io:ao p! in. accommodation. No 10 9:05 a. m. UUI.F, COLORADO it SANTA FE. Southbound '2:4"ip m North bound 11 a ra., ü:lft p.' ra! The San ta Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Cirande at Creason. Ribbon c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 November 1891

■Bill Sip I - {M m Ü ¡É ■ THE GREER COUNTY OA8E. Texas' Strong Point l« The Treaty Of Annexation- Weathbrkord, Tex., Nov. 7 —In The Dallas News of to-day I notice the special from your Washington cor- respondent giving a statement of the wtf and the pleadings in the suit now pending in the supreme court of the United States, for the title and possessions of Greer county. As a private citizen I will be pardoned for suggesting a point which seems to have been over-looked by able coun- sel having the management of the • Texas case. 1 am of the opinion that the state ot Texas should not submit die pending boundary controversary to the decision of the supreme court of the United States. The Republic ot Texas was admit- ted into the American union under a solemn treaty of annexation in the year of 1845. She was a sovereign independent nation, and contracted with the government of the I nited States on terms of perfect equality. By the articles of annexation an irre- pealable compact was e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 November 1891

O OVO 63 J. B. C0UT8, Prest. R. W. KINDK1., Vice-Preit. A. N. GRANT, Cashier. LONE STAR OPINION. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHER FORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL & SURPLUS, $200.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. THE FABHERS' EICHANErE SALOON, W. F. WIELAND, Proprietor. Pure Whiskies, Brandies, Wines and Cigars. GOODS FOR FAMILY AND MEDICINAL PURPOSES A SPECIALTY. -A-XjX, C3-ooxjs Waü'rantbd as Hepebsbítteü . —o N. Main St., tiie Old Quart House. HOTEL PICKWICK, GEO. C. HUDGINS, Proprietor, FORT WORTH, - - TEXAS. [First in Every Respect. Good Sample Rooms. ¡EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT,| DR. W. C. MULLINS, Office over Merchants and Farmers Nat'l bank. OCULIST se AURIST Also Treats Catarrhal Diseases of Nose and Throat. Spectacles Scientifically adjusted. Largest stock o£ Artificial o :—Eyes in Texas. Consultation free. o [W\ H. PORTER -STILL SELL- Honest - Groceries AT HONEST PRICES. fhen you want Good Goods, good treatment and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 19 November 1891

I y NEWS ITEMS. LOCAL MARKETS |H ' ilv. fe. SP K i Üf' atá W.frO Ad, Yoi Little Tatsy, Patsy, YOU ARE JUST TOOSWEETI Thk husband ia bringing back past recol- lections of LOVE IN A COTTAGE And why ? He has just en joyed a sump- tuous dinner prepared by bis wife, who feels doubly paid for her trouble in know- Ingher "own dear" is pleased. She could ■ever have produced such a result had she not bought her groceries from I. H. STONE & GO ie Acknowledged LEADERS in FANCT ROCEItlES. Buy your groceries from them, and you will have no family jurs. OVER THE COUNTY. .Veal's Station, Nov. 12, 1891. The cotton crop is nearly picked oat near here, and many of the farm- ers are done sowing wheat. Sam Woody is out vest working with cattle. Mr. E S. Rector has returned from Jack county after quite a protracted visit Cy Clark's new residence south of the college is nearing completion. Smith's men are putting down a new well for Dock Galley which is the fourteenth well that has been sunk lately. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 November 1891

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL XL-NO. 52. WEATHERFORD. TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1891. Successor to Sun-Constitution. TEMPLETON'S OPINION I y°u wiu become state ? a citizen ol this OF TEXAS AND WEATHERFORD. An Intelligent East Tennesaee- an Talks. Hon. Jerome Templeton a close ob- serving, intelligent, far-seeing lawyer of Knoxxville, Tenn., has been see- ing Texas in gent ral and Weatheford in particular for «everal day. Know- ing the weight of his opinion and the correctness of his views The Enquir- ei reporter put its auger into him with the following result: 1. Mr. Tempreton, from what you have seen, what do you think of Tex- as as a state ? My opinion of Texas has always been good I have not seen enough of the slate on my biief visit to un- derstand and appreciate all the ad- vantages which it undoubtedly offers. What has been especially striking to me has been the apparently limitless expanse of farming country, and the vast amount of cotton produced. I am informed that in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 November 1891

THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. M W. Bu U>r, Mhvoi A.J. Hood. City Attorney. (¡milam. J —V- m ü 'fÓ Oi'hcltree, AMcruiuti * Rkknwn, W. <'. MuFall Aldermen ' iij **J. Bull. 3 Wad Icy, AUurmiw Sr<1 Wurrt. B. Well , J. T. Gotten, AMermeu Itli W«r<l. S. !>'wU, Secrelnrv awl Treasurer. C. BrMtort, Marshal. a. i.isk. AM«>vir and Colleetot. JHl'KCHEü: II. K. f.'Hi'lCH Boi'th,—Cor. K Mein A i.'oiiim ' li! Kts., bervice* every Sunday hi 11 a. m au'l 7 p.m. Bunflay Bcliool ui : Oa. m. Prayer mo.it- in*every Wednesday iii«hl at 7:31). Clan* meet Idki 2nd and 4th gaMmihs at ft p. in. MiMrioimrv Society every third .Sunday at 8 p. in Cbureb Conference on firnt Hunday tn eiieli month. KKV. Jah Mackky, I'aMlOr. PMKBYTEHIaN.—<Oak Hi., Sunday School every Banday morning at S :HO. i'reacblOK at II a. m., and 7 p. nj. Prayer meeting every Wodmwday night at 7. Kev. J. A. Wool , i'aator. ODMBIRLANU l'RKHB YTRRI AN.—W. ChtJrCll HI. Blinda y School at 9:4s a. in. Preaching at 11 a. ni. and 7...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 November 1891

I * ftL us «ascr3 caed oescítooii S3 O 3 ©csfessé? ~'C. D. HARTBETT & CO., 0 Wholesale Grocers, NORTH MAIN STREET. I Largest "Wholesale House in the West WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. R. E. BELL, WIIOI.K-'Al.li DEA LEU IN Hardware, - Cutlery, WAGON WOODWORK, Iron, Nail5, Farming Implements, Etc, Etc. been tried the result has been favora ' ble to (he democrats. This may have | been accidental; or it may be ac- ; counted for by the tact that the politi- cal tide is running strongly toward a revival o' Jtfleisonian politics. The proof that the people are fit to gov- ern themselves is made more conclus- ive :is better opportunity is offered to ascertain their unbiased judgement — j Philadelphia Record ^® Tin-Cod Millionaires No reat tinned plate is made to sell in this country. But if it were the Wor d would adhere to its sound posi- tion that t is not right to tax the 6o, ooo.coo consumers of tin in this coun- try $8.000.000 or $10.000,000 a year to give employment to perhaps 10,- coo impor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 26 November 1891

¥< m <í': v Hp?.-! KÍM m ■R "v-.r >v. •.•.«■-* '" , "«■■ . ^ , .. .■■ i «, ■ . r • 'i ;t Hk| rl5 a# The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY BY 3D. IES. IÍTJLIj p restión (in ° behalf of °<hfr «llianc the tacit adoption of Judge Clark's ~ : definition of the sub-tieisury plan to THURSDAY the íffect that the aim of the measure is not the warehousing of products or &c GO. the lending of money, obut the is«ue, 'ARDOR US! ■FOE ^:X™'oVlCer.|Calling Your Attention One ye r...... 81* month* Three month* Single oopy Counting Soolb of Square SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *'•2® matically responsive to varyiug de- i •"<; mandi of business and in like manner j __ ! preventive of any pernicious degree j r^m7on mai7stuket.o,,, block j of either contraction or expansion in' square Aii ure invtwd u> «a «mi , ,^e circulating medium. There is no- tee ui> at tmj* time. ; ** ¡ thing in this proposition to antagonize JAS U. VINCENT, EDITOR, j any f -rmal declaration of the demo- Business Manager, cra...

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