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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 June 1886
í * IB - ■; i ' I < ■ f * Quinine, Morphine, Cinchonidia, Pul verised a«d Gum Opium, Bine Mm, Calomel, Bhubarb, Aloes, Podophylin, Leptandrin, Hydrate Oblo ral, Bromide Potash, Prufiate Potash, Iedide Potash, Oyouide Poieeb, Sit rate Silver, Nitrate Potaab, Santoiiine, Ozolate Ceri- um, lodil'orm, Corrosive Snbli- mate, Strychnine, Bromide So- dlum, Bub Nitrate Bismuth, Pop- On, Iodine, Blistering Ointment, Mercurial Ointment, Cltrin Oint- ment, Laetopeptine, Chloride Zi c, Sulphate Zinc, Yalennate Zinc, Sugar Lead, Veriatnm, Mer- cury of all Made, Solid Extract , full line, Fluid Extracte, full line, Ttucturea,*A>ll line, Nitric Aeld, Muratic Acid, Sulphuric Acid, Carbolic Add, Salicylic Acid, Pboepborie Acid, Tonic Acid, Gum Arabic, Gom Assafoetida, Oum Aloca, Gum Myrrh, Gnaiae, Gum Camphor, Dover Powder*, Ipecac, Carb Ammonia, Aqna Ammonia, Chloroform, Etfeer, Spirits Nitre, Balaam Balaam Fir, Balsam' Oil 8aadaiwood, Oil < Rhodium, Oil Clo«e>, OflOtnii Wizard Oil, B. ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 June 1886
yon that hu thirty years ago, very silly u may one will If the party that we vote to •Bp- port to^tjr holds precisely the principle* that it did mn ago, then we •laim to be ■toy be those proieesea p The Democratic party, from days of the go* baa distinguished itaalf from parties by its avo termination to adhere to eoDetraction of the eo while the old Federal On which m Juno, It «Ml qaeaee of place in w of the schools, of the <*0# the iTTPIHVTfh eren of which ««i the 2S DOQRS SASH on Application. rm fl 1 Depot. - - . Bast Side of the Square, WEATHEHFOBD. teacher ¥ s&rs the folio éZtssa W. H. EDDLEMAN, Viet-Pres. Shropshire's "Galop," whs by the String band, splen- grades general ved very at- itó^jority oft who visited examined their dialogue of "Ralph 'sB«forSl$on thing or thOev EATHERFORD, PARKER C0OTT7 "The Singing School," by tie folks of the third grade waya contended tfcft ( a right to use any pon might be implied, from oftho jmm Trath has its rock. If you attempt to ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 June 1886
II IwUltoai .to th* roten of M« Can** th* °~t rnftifM * C, PATTOK. wSmm *T «¿Belli rilknf' r elected t« Col. ' W. W. E. riet ' Master Knights of Poomile snot Jnly. ■fcv. Dr. H. [Mb* Louisa and 3 and wttlod down h I age, corner of Coll avenue. These intelk be*u.jr nnly wejcomcdt i solicited by many We"4 K> - at the SovenbCT- adular with the duttea oí the „— that if elected I win fuliltfemwlth impurti- allty. ( ] OHAgJB UMPegf At the «peala Sov«nb*r *l cM*a, 1 will b*a eaadidate for la-election to Sheriff- ! ThankfM to the roten of P* fc*r tor «he fsvon two yean ago, I mpMtfally solicit reoowol of this kiadne**. ( J W. I. IIAYXX)B. comrrr mutan. IaS***«ed by Meada, I again ofcr myaelf to Ifca Totere of Part" County at * candidate for Treasurer. I hay* tried to do my whole daty and promise to doso loager, tr the people delta* me to «erre them. [ ] *■ *■ «ÉMOK. We an authorized to announce J. A. UABD- NEK aa a candidate tor the office of County Treasurer oi Parker eóuaty, 'at the ele...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 June 1886
MmI Uh rain mm , and, at would my. It M all tba work rfllu M^ air. Donl tba Apoatla tall oa la tba MM , that tba drril of tba air—tba vorktth in Iki HMVIfwi Tba wtod «pad along with than wa ha*a awraotiaed h. It H aapraaT trate la vhldt wa ara Ik* ■úiy-ona aflaa aa kevr, la Mft N laCmaon Allagbaay tba rata of 117 S, wbaa, aa Iba C. B. aad ran naarljr alaraa miiaa la minuta*. TbaM laMaaWiai (Iva of tba mofamaata af tba wiad a* «• ok- aarrad it on North A. F. Starr 4k Urn IMrtj-tMt Ml fell; tb#QMndf ot poaad U Um aartb, aad in A o«U aad. Saar pata. Tba atan varj baaxjr aad tba wind I* •t tboadar. Tba 8* Car aa tba «fey irado not any wbera a* aot, but ja.tbo al itrikea wA Purinf tba «aatrity of th« parsons «ata ápj*aben m> lea tba court boaa would ba va an delighted to «ay that jMioa -stood the Murai, Ttdaarbiiitj, aboaring bow W0 Jim piifeiiJ bit pwple of Iferkrr county in e a- uab a trt dWMtai*. ol tba tba «apar MR WppM I ■abia furnitaaa aa* tba RraaUr part of tba chir and magma! ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 3 July 1886
, , ,, ■ ■ T-: M mm* :,y? |iBSS*eKjH H ; v^? I i w h \ •\jjfrr : vvi. ■ ^ Quinine, Morphine, Ciachonidia, Pulverised ánd Gam Opium, Blue Mim, Calomel, Rhubarb, Aloes, Podophyltn, Leptsndrin, Hydrate Chloral, Bromide Potash, Tracfate Potash, Iodide Potash, Cyonide Potash, Nitrate Silver, Nitrate Potaab, Bantonine, Oxolaie Ceri- um, lotlUorm, Corrosive Subli- mate, Strychnine, Bromide So- dium, tub Nitrate Bismuth, Pep- in, Iodine, Blistering Ointment, Mercurial Ointment, Oitrin Oint- ment, Laotopeptine, Chloride Zine, Sulphate. Zi<c, Valet uate Zinc, Sugar Load, Verratum, Mer- cury of all kinds, Solid Extract , foil line, Fluid ExtractaL full liuo, Tincture*, .full line, Nitric Acid, Mnratie Acid, Sulplmrie Acid, Carbolic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Pbi gphorio Acid, To ic Acid, Gib Arabic, Gnm Assafcetida, Gum A1o<b, Gnm Myrrh, Guala*-, Gnm Camphor, Dover Powders, Ipecac, Carb Ammonia. Aqua Ammonia, t'hl rot rm, K lier, SpiritB Ñi re, Balsam Copaba, Balsam Fir, Balsam Tnlu, Bu bo. O...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 3 July 1886
-V - MOM ms¿ '?► fe*^. ► Don't forgot the Sp# Aledo oelebrotio/ia, to-morrow, good time will result. The Spriftgtown pionic will re- sound with the «rey eloquence of Senator Tom. f . West, to day. Art editorial on our publio school* and change of Faculty will appear next wock. Tbo Buckner píenle has been postponed until next Saturday, the 10th, ancr don't you forget it. ft will b« a grand affair. .LAHD"oÓrSrG UP. Capt. Irvine; of the Lira Stock Kichaiige, , •«■turned yesterday from a trip over tbe Dal- ■ 'ir r.t>nt<jr«eiiviUe railroad, o* the route of which he made inquiry' respecting the price of laud, end learned that It hut (fono up from «Ü. St and 88 Willi ami 15 <m acre. He thinks that owing to the tide of immigra- tion wl.ich bo* let into Iforth Texas heavier than it wax ever known to be. a very r*pld rtae in land may be looked far in all the ag- ricultural counüe ot North Texas.—Dallas New . To the'H plan ami ip THAT 70BFÉITUBE. Wo are glad to know that the people do...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 3 July 1886
ptSOdtfthec kc «U1 be i í County; foE COVKTT i, n. no ISM. nd respectfully sad wut ell my Mead* aad tmry voter in Par- ker t« vote to «e. 8. M. FIERCE. duty kndpronsise to desire a*t «rv« . '*■ J. A. GA*D- ofFBtanuV. 1 la this eouaty sed JleMty «Mee *> oPPMla*"- U« for knowing people nltMt wintt, and If elected I can only «"7 t Win «oetaiíe mr whole duty (ta> AV « /. STKWAKT *5 V TAX Q61UHOII. E- B. BOSS. We «re authorised to auneuee Judge B. X.. Mehcy as candidate to the oCce of Tax Collector of ftttkerdwu^rAt the November efcsrtlon. >- Tax Collector. 1 add m^-mame to the U«t from which «1 vot- en of Parker county are to «elect a (errant to collect the tun. If I should enough to gain the position, my graUtude will be IneipnMM. B. U. GILULAKD eüi I 1WIT timet at • ■ myself as • AsMMor. If elected, J prokilse to^leeharge sM the duties with fidelity and impartiality. • JOHK W. UABT1W, _ 10 Poolville, I desire to make known to the voten of Parker county that at the ensuing Nov...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 3 July 1886
(*Ui ffikf'ikfciiif r• - . < ' Ik ifw. i I ^ •« ll_ tttt, Hi |MWH n'*l«l k MM W IN flHfl MM "( HM«B * « •< « m MMtH «#«* ••* r *l r «Í the traflv twMMitM nt h# *eimtol>l«l dlrt M. Urn* A, tiaum*, ( HMMMi th rhotfmMi «f hl* A «toH*l •Haiti ! having iltin* 11* ill henar ■ f We tht>rftit<l, * r MPoi-th, Homitif and J (ph*hn«i, nif (he r* v Mtmt <>f th eemlu* ■'«ufitoi l l enMM, It b hoo* i ott# people to make «tlltnbl nffAlig** manto (tf Uils important meeting. I of It bo r mvmb t d that lh nomination of a Nenator It ft *«rjr I>r Iftu pnrtMH mutter, Ml this stage el from )f «tats politic*, Inasmuch a* the gcntlsmen ehesen will to ealled «pon to elect * United State Son tor ami participate In some of llm mmI momentous legislation ndr law-makers have ever boon called upon to decid*. Th dele- gate* ought to be pleasantly pro vided for while hero, no th*t when they have finished their bnslnes* they c n go honco with good Im presslons of Weathcrferd and nil h r poopl...