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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 November 1892

_ „ PIVHHMI — - . I '• t*', m • p • i; P •#<* > mmSA'm§ Wmmm Uf >■ 1 Cold Weather Bargains -AT THE 4--i"J-+-i"f++-f 4-+++++ + Met Store -j--f-+7-T+7 A Velvet Shawl for 78 cents. A Velvet Shawl for $2.50. A good knit ladies' Skirt for 60 cents. Children's Underwear 20, 25 and 30 cents. Ladies' Oapes, 80c and $1.00. Ladies' Nubias, 40, 50, 75 cents. Children's Tobogans, 18,20, 25. A mighty good pair of ladies' Gloves for 13 cents. We have received this week the following bargains: IRON WAGONS AT $2.00, $2.25, $2.50. New Glassware New gold band Chinaware New Oil Cloth, New Canton Flannel, New Blankets, New Comforts, Ladies Trimmed Hats, Dress Shields New Carpet Warp | Ver the Tmh People ef Westherfers. The Enquirer is authorized to an- nounce that the commercial club of this city stand ready to donate their room and fixtures to an organized so* ciety of the young people of Weather, ford. Their fixtures consists of piano, two billiard tables, centie tables, periodi- cals, etc.,...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 November 1892

,|¡prr^15 «mi*, A Word te U4IH. Ladles who desire a beautiful clear skin, free from pimplen, boils, blotcliev and other eruptions, should commence at once to use Dr. Gunu's Improved Liver Pills. The* will also remove that heavy look about your eye* and make them bright, and will cure headache from whatever cause it arises. Remember, you are only «quired to take one small pill at bed time which is coated with pure sugar and will not gripe or produce unplesant sensation. Bold at 85 cents by Wads worth, Bains & Co , Druggists. Go to J. B. Priof & Co. for yur Aim, life or accidental insuiaim*. Thev represent the Travelers Accidental Insurance Co.. the New York Life and nothing but first class Fin* róm- panles, and tli -y will make it t • your interest by giving them a call, «spe- cially on Cotton Gin Risks. *l-tf. That restless, nervous, dull an.) heavy ieeling which prevents sleep and en uses us to feel like something terrible is going lo happen is all corrected by "Hapatieure"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 November 1892

V-- •; ►$ *.. Mái' •. - ,. 1!& - - ■ > m <m* H Sgaí i M I® r Si >.A. m V \ Some Spiclil Valúas. 100 10-4 Silver Grey BLANKETS, ■oft finish, fancy border, worth1'1 $1.25, we close tbem out at 7 Sé; FIFTY Fine 10-4, soft finish, white Blank- ets, fancy border, worth $2.00, we let them go at $1.25. The New York Store MURPHY, HUGHES & OO., WE ARE Leaders I WE WANT North Main Street, Weatherford, Texas. U Your Trade!! FORTY PAIRS Fine, all-wool Blankets, elegant goods, worth $7.50. Our price $5. FIFTY PIECES Good Canton Flannel, worth 7c. Our price only 5 cents. TWENTY PIECES All-wool Red Flannel, 22 inches, worth 20 cents. Take any quan- tity at only 15 cents. ONE HUNDRED Pieces wool mixed Angola Plaids, worth the world over 15 cents. Our price only 19 cents. FIFTY PIECES Llndsey, all colors, 8 1 3 to 20 cts. FORTY Ladies'Jersey and Cloth Jackets, | goods worth from $3.00 to $10.00. We want to close tbem out quick, and cut the margins close, $2 to $5. LADIES' SHOES Prie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 November 1892

t HigW at «H In Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Repon absou/telypure Wot «ale by PAN P. HARTMETT and othw Uadln «rocera The Enquirer. local railway timb table. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWEBTERN TIME-TABLE. (To take Effect Thursday, July 14, lh9'i.) pro* wr ATHFPFORO. No. l—Leave Weatherford 11 00 am " Arrive Mineral Weill 12 22 p m No. 3.—Leave Weatherford ft so p m '• Arrive Mineral Wells 6 52 p m No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 30 a m <• Arrive Weatherford .8 52 a m No. á.—Leave Mineral Weill 3 00pm " Arrive Weatherford 4 22pm Traína X and 2 will run dally. Trains 3 and 4 dally except Sunday. TAXAS A PACIFIC. Rait bonnd, No. 4 4:« p. m. West bonnd, No. 8. 10:80 p. m. GULF, COLORADO ¿ SANTA FE. South bound ... 7:00 p. m. North bound 11a. m.,7:00 p. m. The Santa Fe make* dote connection with the Fort Worth A Rio Grande at Cresson. COUNTY DEMCRATIC TICKET. J. A. Hood, Jr., County Judge. Howard Martin, County Attorney. A. C. R. Morgan, District Clerk. W. C. McFaix, Count...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 November 1892

i m- m MM mm í-i RHODE ISLANQi ^s^sTKaasi'sr With rookvMd buüm ft (ragrani m, Tor clams ta mm awhii*. With blnelUh from tho briny deep, WUb iwtn corn (rom the fteld; ámA NirMt potatoes from the wratk, Their fragrant brenth will y 1*14. Tha ambroMal («mu of tbo fabled tods An aa naught comparad with thaa. Thoo delicióos, fragrant, delightful thing, Thou clambake hy the aaal —Etta A. Brow In Providence JoaraaL gracefuli hair *u that mirror, It was altogether queer, and Jingle berry to thia day does not entirely un- derstand it Be had examined hia heart as carefully as he knew how. and had arrived at the entirely reaaon&ble con- clusion that he waa in lore. He had every symptom of that malady. When Miss Marian Chapman waa within range of hia vision there waa room for no oue elae there. Be suffered from that pe- culiar optical condition which enabled him to see but one thing at a time when she waa present, and she waa that one thing, which was probably the reason why in his mind's e...

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

ve Oak Dairy,¡address to voters. -PROPERTY OF- L. KANE and L. W. CHRISTAIN. |re Holstein Milk and Butter for sale at all times. )HN CAIN, - Dairyman. jeave orders for milk and butter at Or. ¡íer's drug store. jso a few choice v oung Holstein Bulls sale, sired by the celebrated bull, ay's Maxon. ¡ATHERPORD, TEXAS. R. P. BAKER, 'rofessor of Music PIANO FORTE, foice, Violin and Theory. P. O. Box ISO. tot Worth aid Denver City RAILWAY COMPANY, and [Union Pacific System. The only line passing through the great I PANHANDLE COUNTRY Of T3H3X1A.S. I The greatest wheat growing country in the world. Chaap 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 Summerlands. We take you direct to the health resorts OIF - COLOIR-A.IDO. For further information, address, D. B. KEELEIi, G. P. A.. Fort Worth, Texas. £. L. LOMAX, G. P. A.; U. P. Ry, Omaha, Nebraska. THOa B. KINO. W. .1 ARROTT. king & j ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 3 November 1892

. r¿ ¡-y ifeg tót. f:PK> $ $?T m $Vv jsygpil S^J^'- , ,. ■• SÉP' M| HÉ . w -v'"'V. *-' s;". I -' í '•"'p<líd I I "A?,iB3^Pa M KÍ0l^BF%j9lvÍ ^pl|f5^r . rlK-; ■*. ■ **m¡T :•' , B33S3 Our competitor win stand aghast at the tremendoua redaction of pnces. Oar custom era will smile with pleasure at the saving of money at Gemsbacher's Slaughter Sale. On account of being crowded for room, and to prepare for my mammoth stock of Toys ml HoWij 6«ods! I will dose out unreservedly $15.000 stock of Qaeenswart, 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 Backets, 8-10-12 quarts, your choice for 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. t6o covered buckets^ 7c. 12c. 14c. and 20c. 98 Hunte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

'^'"V "* : PJ;: TWELVE PAGES. i) . THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XHI.-NO. 3. WEATHERFOED, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 1892. Successor to Sun-Oonstitution \ ] X RED FRONT Realizing that the Holidays are nearly here and wishing to show our appreciation of the very liberal patronage extended us this season, we will make everyone who buys $5 or more a very handsome and useful Present. All prices are the same as heretofore. Best Calicos made at 5c a yard Good heavy cotton Jeans at 5c a yard,, worth 20c. Heavy yd wide Domestic at 5c a yd. 9-oz. all-wool filling Jeans at 25c, worth 40c. Citizens National Finest Cassimer Jeans at 40 cents, worth 60 cents. What we have left in Blankets and Quilts go at 50 on the dollar. A handsome line of Corsets at 25c a' pair, worth 50 cents. ' Our Boot and Shoe Department is Indeed our Stronghold. Our Ladies' glove grain button Shoes at 75c a pair, are worth $1. Our Ladies' glove grain button Shoes at 99c, are worth $150. Men's heavy kip Boots at $1. a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

11 í'$ 5 ■ í-'.íx h r} ; ■ •■■ ""í!«íü - ¡3£ LETTERS OF GOLD. U fifty year , sweet love, tocethnr We wumlered uu 'gainst wind and weather Beneath ¡us e' fund, impulsive sway. It seemed but like a single day. Not quite a week the (traces wave. Dear heart, upon H.y hillside «rave— And yet a thousand years to be It sectus hiuee thou art gone froin me. —New Url**aus 'I'lines-Democrat. OLD JES&Oy. V Judue between me and irfy guest, the stranger w;thin my gates, the man whom in his extremity 1 clothed and fed. I remember well the time of his com ing, fer it happened at the end of fiv< days and nights during which tlie ye u passed from strength to uge; in the in terval between the swallow's deparfcurt and the redwing's coming; when tlu tortoise ill my garden crept into his win ter quarters and the equinox was on us with an east wind that parched tlu blood in the trees, so that their leave* for once knew no gradatious of red and yellow, but turned at a stroke to browr and crackled li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

Highest of all la Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report 1 •< if - I Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE For ial« by PAW D. HARTMJETT and other leading grocers. The Enquirer. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WBATHKRFOBD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. .'To take Effect Thursday, July 14, 1892.) FROM WKATHFBFORD. No. 1.—Leave Weatherford 11 00 a m " Arrlvo Mineral Wells 12 22 p m No. 8.—Leave Weatherford 5 80 p m '• Arrive Mineral Wells 6 62 p m ' No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells 7 80 a m " Arrive Weatherford 8 52 a m No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells 8 00 pm " Arrive Weatherford 4 22 p ni Trains 1 and 2 will run daily. Trains 3 and 4 dally except Sunday. TAXAS & PACIFIC. East bonnd. 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. in., 7:00 p. m The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Cressou. J. A. Owens, of Jacksboro was on the streets Monday. I. K. T. B. groceries at E. D. Oli- ver's. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

IN TENEBRI8. DO YOU Have to Buy a- Htity Presents ++++++7+7' Fer your Father, Mother, Brother or Ulster? or, maybe your SWEETHEART? —COMB TO— The Racket Store! • ■ mm We carry everything in that Line t• auit everybody's Pocket Book. PRESENTS From 5 cents to $5, TOYS Discxiption. JEWELRY Of All Kinds. Prices Are Cut in Two ! FINE CANDIES ;2Q,:25 & 30o Pound (or the Boys, Dolls for" the _-iie Tases. Finest Toilet Sets, Chlnaware, Handsome Chamber Seta, Beat of Plnsh Goods, Lots of Horns, Plenty of Fire Crackers, La- dies' Silk Handkerchiefs at HALF- PRICE ! I beard her song Low In the night From ont bar casement (teal away. Nor thought it wrong To steal a sight Of her—and lo! she knelt to pray. I heard her say: "Forgive him. Lord! Bach as be seems be cannot be." I turned away. Myself abhorred— She prayed—and lot she prayed forme. —T. W. Hall In Munsey's Magazine. Come Early and Don't Cet CROWDED. THE WM. HAAS, South Side Square, WEATHERFORD | p COTTON BELT ROUTE [St. Louis Southwe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

J. M. MoKHnTET /s FITTIXQ VP A. UANtiSOMK i SHOE PARLOR i I I i i On North Main Street, And is fiow stocking it with the FINEST and BEST stock in the i .country at reasonable prices. Call and the new goods arriving daily J. n. MoEINNET,. ¡ North Main Street, Weatherford, Texas. / i i1 i' i • i1 i > <> <> i 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 a few choice young Holstein Bulls for sale, sired by the celebrated bull, Arnay's Maxon. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. H« Was Kodaked • He didn't read the papers, for hadn't any news; At least, they didn't coincide his especial views ; . And when he came to town day, with criticism ripe ; He climbed to an electric lamp light his his ancient pipe ; He hadn't read the papers—but he knew just what was best; He simply touched the wires and— the fluid did the rest.—Times. they with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

JtAmm" Jar" r f iss ' a , \ n \ * v :f if Sheet orotic 10c at Joe Lnrau'd. Four and five foot wire picket fence at 41-tf. W* Cambrón & Co.'s. D. M. Howard's la the place for over coats. 51 tf. Price groceries at Jno. B. Gill's, veil ride square. He always keeps the best. Howard's goods are strlckly for sale for SO days. Sl tf Choral services will be held it the Episcopal Church on Sunday. \* Sunday came in with sleet driazle rain and this week we have the first real winter of the ueason. Fireworks in endless quanties, all sorts and sises at a greatly reduced price at Wadsworth, Bains & Co.'s. l-3t Jno. B Gills sells bran and mashed corn. Go and see him, west side the square John Leiper sells Pianos. Organs and Sewing machines on small monthly payments. A car load of Austin White Rock Lime. A Mo. 1 lime, at reasonable prices at Win. Cameron & Co.'s. 41-tf. For the best line of Christmas ards In the city, all sizes and prices, call on Jas. A. Maddox. 1 4 t J. B. Price &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

TWELVE PAGES. c <£. t ¿ "P ■V: 3 3 THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER VOL. XIII.-NO. 3. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22,1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution A TIMELY TOPIC. Practloal Suggestions Worthy of Serious Consideration. Organisation HtOMiiry to Secara Capi- tal and Immigration Weatherford a Possibilities Foreshadowed by a Visitor. "Yes, sir, you have one of the best towns In the state," remarked Major MoseC. Harris,a well known ex-news- paper man, to an attache of The En- 4U1BBB. "Within the past nine months," continued the major, "1 have traveled over a considerable portion of the state and visited many of the principal cities and towns, but I cannot say that 1 have noticed any unusual signs of thrift and prosper- ity, such as were Kenerally prevalent previous to the inauguration of Gov. Hogg's administration and the pas- sage of the pernicious legislation of the twenty-Becond misfit. Weather- ford, however, to my mind, evidences less of the evil effects of the wretch- ed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

1 r^a|| RISTMAS ONCE! H. Genisbaeher Is now opening the largest and most complete line of everything in the way of HOLIDAY GOODS! Ever brought to this city. Prices are considera- bly lower than previous seasons. Of course, Santa Olaus will call and give our stock a personal inspection. WAGONS AND CARTS For the Youn« Ones. Footballs for the Boys. m - í i Buggies, and Dolls for Él fl li KII .Í P| B ¡ Do the orfrl s. PL. OQ O . •J?0D §a «E ^ ó d a ® OQ 11 > o % % nmiii tiTiun niilntjirn.t |a till ku, t ^T7J* m T\J\JTT 7T77T1 TtiiTT-ti \v ua HiWfc "to* fe«* If <&% fc* <Hf#h *Nfc "*WI M\ 4ft "W> liMMtNt ^ to Wttl «K %V*>K fWto I Mitvn t W if. v* VTAS* AmUm*\W Í XXv Ivy tWneral {■ ÉM mm-* Tops of all kinds MUSICAL Instrnmeots! - i ' ; fr.y ACCORDEONS ! TBI Plush Goods of ALL DESCRIPTIONS. The Finest Display we Ever Made. Great -IN— Froiuaion 8¡B §M . Vj m HEARD WOUND TH Who Find tu* First ho M fVA Sumter? General Beauregard ha« lie the following statement* J&filfc s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

GRUID HOLIDAY JSxcursion to the Fields of Unlimited Bargains -THE- BARGAIN! Through By Daylight, Without Pause or Delay to the BARGAINS UNEAQUALED! Everything specially arranged for the pleasure, convenience and safety of our patrons. 'J he equipments on this line in- clude the Westingliouse Automatic Air Brakes of ow Everything in our Stock is marked down to Low Water mark and everything in our stock is FIRST-CLASS GOODS! We lay no praise at our door, but leave methods, impartial dealing and uniformly low prices to speak for themselves in the future as in the past. You will find us willing and anx- ious to SAVE YOU MONEY ! Competition will hold you on some things, but when you look through our stock you will find that where tliey would like to meet our prices, they can- not do it and give you the SAME QUALITY of goods, and although claiming to do as well, you plainly see that they are weighed in the scales and FOUND WANTING. TUB QUALITY AMD PRICE OF OUR GOODS SIMPLY KNOCK THEM OUT ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

Pastry Without Butter. Light, flaky and digestible pie crust and all kinds of fine pastry can be made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow- der without butter or with one half the usual portion, if pre- ferred, or with a small quantity of lard or other shortening as desired. Pie crust made in this way is more wholesome and digestible besides being more economical and easier pre- pared in addition to saving all the butter if desired. One- third the flour is also dispensed with, and the crust is rolled that much thinner, the raising qualities of Dr. Price's Powder swelling it to the requisite thickness. Those who enjoy the appetizing qualities of the delicious home made pie will rejoice to know this #ecret. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the only powder that contains the white of eggs. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re- ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia, Alum, or any other adulterant In fact, the purity of this ideal powder has never been ques- tioned. * 1 ng The Enq...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

tis KRINGLE 10SE SCEPTER )LLY BR\NCH. IS A ■ I llcholut Became the Santa Claus y—Christmas as It la Celebrated and South—An Old Plantation (.Copyright, 1§92. ] HEREVEH it oc- curs, Christinas is king of tha holidays. In the northern honir- stead, on ths southern planta- tion, among thos« who go down "the sea in ships," and among the people of all civilized ads, it is the one season of the year larked by a reign of hospitality, merri- aenfc and open heartedness. It recall to the old the pleasures of youth, and transports many aa absent one back t« his own fireside and quiet home. In the early annals of New York city, when it was Nien Amsterdam and tlis sturdy Stuyvesant was commander in •chief; when our now crowded Broadw - was below Wall street and kuowiron^r as plain Heere straat; when our business throttled Maiden lane was T'maagda paatje—"The Maiden's Path"—when the red cheeked Dutch girls went ta hang their clothes; when the meat mar- ket was on Bowling Green, and the pres- ent ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 22 December 1892

■ ' S'íi? ■ ■ R I |$ 1 i PRESENTS o Don't Fall to Gall on o •o* H. + 0. + WILSON, North Main Street, Weather ford. is selling Clothing at Cost; Shoes at a Bargain; Dress Goods, Best and Cheapest; Notions, magnificent line, Just What You Want for a Holiday Present. Useful presents in all my different Lines, at moderate prices—Overcoats, Umbrellas, Rubber Coats, etc. H. O. JnilLSON. TEE PLACE TO BUY YOOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. ill *• H CURRENT COMMENTS. mi i f; l| IE' I. $ I Filly one-half of the survivors of the late war on the side of the union are new drawing pensions, yet we are told they were the flower of the north- em manhood. Isn't this the worst alan that could be given the north ?— Memphis Appeal- Avalanch (dem.) The Louisiana sugar planters are extremely hostile to the sugar bounty, It i* announced that the Louisiana ■ugar planters' association will send a strong delegation to Washington at the beginning of the next congress. The sugar bounty gives them a cents a pound on the ...

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