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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 17 December 1891

V THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. 3 YOL. XII.—NO. 8. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1891. Successor to Sun-Co astitut ion. TOE PARIS' PICNIC. Mam Meeting of Farmers to Discuss "WHAT SHALL WE PLANT?" At Olive Branch, Saturday. Decem- ber 19th. Too late for last issue of The En- Quihek, Information was received that the farmers of Parker county will hold a mass meeting ¡it Olive Branch school house, ten miles south- west of Weatherford, on next Satur- day, December 19. They will have a general Basket Picnic and they cordially invite every family to be there with well-filled baskets and prepared to spend •ne day hearing the farmers discuss the all-Important question; "WHAT SHALL WE PLANT IN 1892?" •> There will be no politics allowed in the proceedings. The sole object ia to exchange views and decide what •rops will be most profitable to raise aext year. Any and every citizen who has a well defined opinion on this subject will be given a chance to ex- press it. This in the opi...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 17 December 1891

THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. M. W. BuM«rr, Mavor. A. J. Hood. City Attorney. E. L. Graham, J. A. Ochiltree, Aldermen Flr t Ward. Jeaae Rlckman, W. c. MeFall Aldermen 2nd Ward. A. J. Ball. 6 Wad lev, Aldermen *rd W ard N. B. Well*, J. T. rotten, Aldermen «h W ard. A. B Lewi , Secretary and Treasurer D. C. Bratton, Marshal. W. A. Ll«k, AMieiwor and I'oilectoi. ¿HURCHB8: M. B. CHt'«m Sooth,—Cor s Main A Colum bia •« , Services every Sunday at 11 a. m ana 7p.m. Sunday School at 9 SOa. m. Prayer meet- lu every Wednesday night at 7 80. Claw. meet- ings 2nd and 4th Sabbaths at S p. 1,1 Society every third Sunday at * p. . Conference on first Pastor. PaESBTTISlAv Oak St Sunday School every Bandar morning *t * : ■ Preaching at 11 a. m., and? i> m Prayer meeting every Wednesday aight at T Rev. J. A Woona, Pastor CPM*e*l.ANI> PhesKYTIBI* .—W. Cfcuich i*t. Sunday School at 9:4Sit. o [ inquiry it: ' How much money has he?" Let a man announce for an office, and the first question it, '-How much...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 17 December 1891

THE * FORT « WORTH i I 1 S 4 i PACKING COMPANY PACKERS AND CURERSOF ALL KINDS OF Hog and Beef Products, and Canners oí Meats AND DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. We are buying Hogs and Cattle every day at the Union Stock Yards mar- ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. ^EUROPE EXCITM And So Are the People Over the Large Number of Makes of • PIANOS ANDORGANS And LOW PRICES Offered by COLLINS fi ARMSTRONG CO.. CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. Copyright. 1801, by American Presa Auocl*- , tion.| From heaven to earth at night's high toon There Sashed a ray of sacred fire. And Nature's voice was all a-tune With songs of sweet desire. O woudrous nightl O holy morn! When peace ami harmony were born! The anthems of all nations ring Over tho seas (rom shore to shore; The song the Christmas joy bells sing Echoes forevermore. O Christ, to think Thy baby hands Could grasp and hold so many lands! May joy abide in every breast! May loving thoughts and kindness sway Tho sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 17 December 1891

tarn n ry *ur, r>l~•' """" The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by- JB3. B3. HTTXJXJ Ac CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- One year M* month . jg Three month "" Single " Counting Room on M A IN STREET, one block South of Square All are in viced to call aod nee uk at any time. JAS U. VINCENT, EDITOR. E.E.HULL, Business Manager. Entered at the PoNtoffli-eat Weatherford, Texas, as Becontl Clakf mail mutter. WEATHERFOKD. DEC. 17 FROM A GOOD JUDGE Editor Vincent i* making ¡1 lino paper of the Weatherford Knquirer. —Austin Statesman. Thk Masonic Grand Lodge will re- main at Houston. Harrison's message is the most adroitly drawn document issued late- ly. If he could have foreseen what fools the big democrats are he could Jiave made it much briefer. The President of the United States ought not shoot at a suicided enemy. The Enquiher repeats: Texas needs 125,000 straight republicans. The Cleburne Chronicle's idea is to send north a republican exhibit car manned by republicans to l>e seen only b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 17 December 1891

The Enquirer. WEATHERFORD DEC. 17, 1891. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS AND NORTHWESTERN TIME-TABLE. (To take Effect Sunday, October 18,1*91.) PROM WEATHEKFORD. No 8.—Leave Weatherford 6 15 p m " Arrive Mineral Wells 7 37 p in No. 1.—Leave Weatherfonl " Arrive Mineral Wells.. ...11 00 a m .. 12 &! p m No. 2.—Leave Mineral Wells " Arrive Weatheriurd to weatherford. 7 20 am 8 -12 a m No. 4.—Leave Mineral Wells 3 03 p m " Arrive Weatherford 4 22 p in Trains Nos. 1 and 2, daily trains; :! and 4 daily except Sunday. Close connection at Weatherford with the T. & P. and O., C. it Santa Fe trains, and at Min- eral Wells withUruham stage line. A. F. McKay, Supt. TAXAS & PACIFIC. East bound, No. 4 4:48 p. m. West bound. No. 3 10:30 p. in. accommodation. No 10 9:05 a. m. (iULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE. South bound 2:45 p. in. North bound 11 a. in., 6:15 p. in. The Santa Ke inakescloseconnection with the Fort Worth & ltio Grande at Cresson. "Good Ltu'k and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 17 December 1891

LOWE STAR OPINION. A COMMISSION LETTER. I 1 UOW TO OET THKKK. The H<«g Alliance, aud thé Farm- , , , , , , . . 3,„ , needs him aii<i w« think taU company ere' Alliance euga#eu in deiictly stnfo . # . L, will give Democrat* an opportunity are many able men in Texan who art-! inoro entitled to the pi aw than Hor- \ net). He 1a a good man in the right ComP|a|nts Mad*to the Comminion place, but his vacant chair in Tyler ! I PRINTED FOR Democralic is far preferable to the people of Ty'nr and he should stay there.— l>e<atur Post. to get control of the party.— Waco Day. m ok Dow N '? Hciunce on the Farm Mrs. Langtry says Iow-neckdri ss. s The Mirror acknowledges a very must go,'and the San Angelo Stand-1 pleasant «Jail from Mr. J. M Long ard, desiring to keep up with tho | who lives in the southwest part fashion, wauts to know they are to go—up or Day- It's a great pity that Mr. Mills') candidacy got mixed up with Mr. 1 i .. I I.... la vv, , ti, everything that iias iieen Cleve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 17 December 1891

V/ J. R. COÜT8, Preit. B. W. KIND1L, Vice-Prest. A. N. GRANT cashier DALLAS NBW8 CENTER SHOTS. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHER FORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL &c SURPLUS, $200,000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. W. H. PORTER -STILL SELL- Honest - Groceries AT HONEST PRICES. When you want Good Goods, good treatment and the worth of your money, call on W. HARVEY PORTER. J. R. WILLIAMS, Undertaker - and - Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS k BURIAL ROBES. I have moved and started in business for myself and you will always find nie with a full line of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as eny un- dertaker in Tedas. OVER BEN C. HENRY S FURNITURE STORE. 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. The table supplied with the best the market afloriis. Good rooms, well ventilated. Hacks leave this house daily for Veal Station, Spri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 17 December 1891

!: -<*¡4k fe# t wmmm® ÍU ^§#$5 : mn Ak, Yon Little Tntsy, Patsy, YOU ARE JUST TOO SWEET! husbutd is bringing hack past recol- lect ions of LOVE IN A COTTAGE Aad why ? He has just enjoyed a sump- d inner ___ prepared by his wife, who Ma doubly paid for her trouble in know- tag her '•own dear" is pleased. She could uro have produced such a result had she not bought her groceries from 1. H, STONE & CO. the Acknowledged LEADERS in FANCY GROCERIES. Buy your groceries from i, and you will have no family jars. Messrs J. W. Stone and R. R. Haynea are off on a big hunt. Mr. Simpson Crawford of Keechi Valley is here as an attached witness. Mr*. W. B. Farr left Tursday for Pensacola, Fla, ih search of better health. Messrs. Davidson. Morton and Wadley did have a big time hunting la Palo Pinto and are back home all miles. Come and buy your wife a new Side- board for a Christmas present. Prices low ex than so-called cost on old stock. J. T. COTTEK. AB Rock Creek Lump ard Nut Coal i> sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 31 December 1891

THE WEATHEKFORD ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.--NO. 4. WEATHERFOBD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1891. Successor to Sun-Constitution. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. Louis Penn, spent a day in the Fort last week. Shall North Weather ford have a public high school? Weath -rford should look out for Rock Island r<tilroad. W. H. Vaughan, spent a day in Fort Worth last week. Lawyers Kidd & Boy les are rapidly acquiring a lucrative practice. Frank Flinner spent Saturday and Sunday in his old home, Fort Worth. Shall Weatherford get the Rock Island. It will certanly want to cross the coal field. George Hendricks Esq., a leading capitalist of Fort Worth, is in the city on business. Mr. J G. Futman has sold his con- fectionery store and will make Deni- son his future home. Hampton Rudisil and Emmett Ethridge two of the best students In Weatherford College visited Bosque Christmas. Mr. E. Brouse, a prominent and good citizen of Granbury, is in the city for a few days looking after his property interests....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 31 December 1891

J i a. THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. M. W. Butter, Mayor. "jeite {Ut'kmtn, W. C. McFali Aldermen Slid WanI A. J. Ball. 8 Wadley, Aldormen Srd Ward. *. B. Weill, J. T. Cotten, Aldermen 4tb Ward A. 8. Lewis, Secretary and Treasurer. 0. C. Brattou, Marshal. W. A. Link, Assessor and Coileotoi. ¿HURCHE8: M. E. Chusch South,—Cor. 8 Main á Colum kia st«., Services every Sunday al 11 a. m and p. m. Sunday School at9:80a.m. Prayermeat- lag every Wednesday night at 7:80. Class meet- aun 2nd aud 4th Sabbath* at 3 p. in. Missionary Society every third Sunday at 3 p. m. Church Conference on first Sunday in each month. Rbv.Jas Mack*v. Pastor fm«iiirtlbiaw.-Oak St., Sunday School every ■anday morning at 8:80. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday Bight at 7. Bev. J. A. Woods, Pastor. Cumberland Pe«hbtt«bian —W. Church 8t Sunday School at#:45a. m. Preaching at 11a.m. ana 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday might at 7:80. Y. P. 8. C. K. one hour before the evening service o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 31 December 1891

Enquirer. JCRFORD DEC 31, 1891. ML RAILWAY TIME TABLE. ERFOBD, MINERAL WELLS AND FKTHWKVTERN TIME-TABLE, e Effect Bunday, October 18,1891.) FROM WEATHKRFORD. ave Weatherford 6 15 p in rive Mineral Wells 7 37 p m eave Weatherford ll 00 a m rive Mineral WellS 12 22 p m to weatherford. (Leave Mineral Wells Irrive Weatherford 'Leave Mineral Wells irrive Weatherford 8 Nos. 1 and 2, daily trains ; 3 and 4 icept Sunday. connection at Weatherford with the T. d G., C. á Santa Fe trains, and at Min- «lls with Graham stage line. A. F. McKay, Supt. TAXAS & PACIFIC. mnd, No. 4 4:48 p.m. ouud, No. 3 10:30 p. m. accommodation. • 9:05 a. m. GULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE. bound 2:45 p. m. bound 11 a. m., 6:15 p. m. Santa Fe makes close connection with the forth & Rio Grande at Cresson. • ■ 7 20 am . .8 42 a m ...3 00 pm 4 2*2 p m i Thursday evening the 14th the orm Rank K. of P. will give a d ball. ______ ÍT. & R. J. Davis are going out of ess and are selling Furniture at al cost. Patent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 31 December 1891

mm, 1 m?m kit - l {4 , I Hew to R*t*ln Customers, J Many small establishments, and th* larger ones too, can build up a very profitable trade in time, and yet one does not know bow to retain its popu- larity. The secret of this business can be easily summed up in very few words. The first of which is, be courteous. Is it not a common occur- rence tobe treated discourteously by many of the clerks, and often by the proprietor himself, when one does not find exactly what he wants in the store. An incident of this character recently occurred in a large store. A gentleman asked for a certain make of steel pen which the firm did n')t have in stick. The gentleman said pleas- antly "I always use that make of pen and If you should keep a supply you would find mea ready customer." Instead of replying In a picasent way, the clerk said: "Well, I guess we know how to conduct our store and ought to know what to keep in stock." It happened that the intended pur- chaser was at the head of a lar^e me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 31 December 1891

THE * FORT • WORTH ACKING COMPANY PACKERS AND CURERS o£ ALL KINDS OF |6|)g and Beef Products, and Canncrs oí Meats py AND DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. are buying Hogs and Cattle every day at the Union Stock Yards mar- fit North Port Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. I'll it I lttw-1 ok I . A8I I" ol I >rv« EUROPE EICITED= And Bo Are the People Over the Large Number of Makes of IANOSANDORGANS And LOW PRICES Offered by COLLINS & ARMSTRONG CO.. rrite or Call. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, (© D W. S. MATNEY, Importing Tailor, The Peoples wants are Good Goods and FINE CUSTOM TAILORING at Reasonable Prices. i offer you the above inducements for your trade. I keep the Largest Stock of Fine Piece Goods in Texas. Get my prices before giving your order. Everything in S< OTCH CHEVIOTS and CASSIMERE SUITING madji regardles^ 1 oí value. , W. S. MATNEY, 212, Main St., Fort Worll. (G) (d) J. S. CARRUTHERS, BOOKSELLER and STATIONER Toya and Fancy Goods, Sheet Music, Mus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 31 December 1891

£535BSB Thé Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY m by * BJ. BJ. HTTXjXJ & CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- Om year $1.00 Biz months ¿ Three month* so Single oopy Counting Room* on MAIN STREET, one blook South of Square. All are Invited to call ana we us at any time. JAS- U. VINCENT, EDITOR. I. E. HULL, Business Manager. Knt«red at the Poi-tofHceat Weatherford, Texas, as Second-Class mail matter. WEATHERFORD. DEC. 31 THANKS AND GREETINGS. The Enquirer assumes the duties of the New Year with cheerful^spirit. It is deeply grateful to the plucky, enterprising business men of this city for the liberal patronage they so wil- lingly bestowed upon it the past year, and its many appreciative subscribers for their substantial favors and en- couragement. Its management, in years of expe- rience, have never met business men more wide-a-wake, more progressive, more resolute, nor more appreciative, liberal and fair than are these of Weatherford. To be worthy of them, and to win and hold their unqualifie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 31 December 1891

/. *.C0ÜT8, P M. a.W. KINDIL, Vice-Prett. A. N. GRANT, Cufcter CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL <3G STTRIPIJTTS, S200.000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AND SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. W. H. PORTER -STILL SELL Honest - Groceries AT HONEST PRICES. When you want Good Goods, good treatment and the worth of your money, call on W. HARVEY PORTER. re ÍS J. R. WILLIAMS, Undertaker - and - Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS & BURIAL ROBES. I have mcjved and started in business for myself and you will always find me witb a full line of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as eny un dertaker in Tedas. OVER BEN O. HENRY'S FURNITURE STORE. = f McFALL HOUSE, Near All the Depots, 1HERFORD. : __L_ TEXAS. RAI I Tha tha THE WRONG FOOT. >1.00. \ Week, $2.50. Board and Lodging, $3.5° to $4. Meals, 25c. ! table rapAied with the beat the market affords. Good room , well ventilated. Hack* leave 1 thl «nue dally for Veal Station, Sprlngtown. Jac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 31 December 1891

• .y* o? \ «Mfc fail It, Too Utile Tatsy, Patsy, YOU ARE JUST TOp SWEET! is bringing back past recol- lections of LOVE IN A COTTAGE AaA why f He has just enjoyed a sump- dinner prepared by bis wife, aner prepared by bis wile, who Ma doubly paid for her trouble in know- timber '-own dear" is pleased. Bbe could —ver have produced such a result had she not bought her groceries from J.1. STONE & CO. LEADERS in FANCT 3ERIES. Buy your groceries from I, and you will have no family Jars. The Publlo School closed its tarn Thursday Dec. .24. first Chas. Nolle of the Springtown Xewsdealer spent Christmas in this dtf. 1 , Frank Nicholson, E. M. M. S. left Wednesday for his home in Phoenix, Ariz. Died near Olive Branch, Parker county Texas, Thomas Dent, age 78 years. E. W. Nicholson returned home yesterday after an absence of three weeks. The friends of Col. Nicholson will be glad to know he is improving rapidly. Mr. J. H. Stone of North side is adding three elegant new rooms to his residenc...

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

THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER. VOL XIL--NO. 5. WEATHEKKOH1 . TEXAS, THUR8ÜAY, JANUARY 7. 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution. OCR SCHOOLS, AND OUR SCHOOL GOVERNMENT. Vtr the Enquirer. Weatherford isa city of schools, Mg and little, old and new, white and Mack, and has advantages, now rec- ognized by all, that will make this a •enter of learning and great superior- ity in this line o ver other Texas cities it might be well for us to stop for a few minutes, examine our field notes and ascertain the true relation we rastaln to our schools. The schools of a city, like her •burches and cemeteries, are junt what the people make them, and •ach one is a fair exponent of what •be people are—no more, no less. Sow, while writing freely upon this ■object, It Is to be hoped that no one will inquire, for one moment, that we have reference to any particular •ases that might be In the mind of tome, or that we would, in any way, reflect upon the action or re-action of whatever might have transpired in ac...

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

THE CITY OF WEATHERFORO. t AU"r n I4«P*IÍ AlAnm*n 4 A. /. C.ltf ft. I. '.r*A*M, i. 0tm «1 j**«* k ><- k m* ft, w «•#«. A. J. ft , * AXl 'm i *''! W«"l 0. K W..U, / T ' AM*r«. f. < h *•" i f* *:*, «ll'l It C. r.'+lU-tt, Mtfhti . A (> *. A**m/it l><1 i. <il l/.i With th* «*«1 f '" grew aiid I pro*!**'!. «M«l "> ** ralw of llgftlU* ** fw't ** I recently In tM At A f.M alwrwuiw* of HtA'li lf/fi ofi-n fi t ;■ f.íi in* g'iod grwort tfrf i'Hiki njf fon *cf fio 4 nety Ixrg* tr.« ;>rnt «r.i *i ¡miv.o'.cv in T*ia*. " <}**<,! |/rf, #M • &">■#* fc* IW M'WMr Wnffc tW* I* lln« *W l *'«1 Ifc* *►*. ♦*<**♦« <if 4# *«/*? tW **Hk «. dhrf m a At* ** <♦. t lkkn <ík wv>..i«4U «K A. <« fNw (ti.twHAMn (ir, the Future,=x As In the Past WILL BR 'MV.tUMfM N.I.UI.VJ f/ttd, >.'>• ■■ W« <• * la*. «r «f Uniitmt •«' • i Af,f,4 r* h'-\ •(> '• "■ 'r.7«'«Mw<V r n«ff Wwli. ** r.l*M •« ' *■ *«- i Jfrtj *iSI 4th ¡ut'.iM'l l * f- m «ríTí irifl XiK^U...

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

4 . r - j Its Relation To Tbe Present Adminis- tration in Texas. DEFINED BY W. E. HUGHES. The Railroad Commission the Only Magistracy in Democratic Gov- ernment He Has Ever Heard Of. PARTIES AND PARTISANS. The Alien Land Law Effects What It Aimed to Prevent—A Hint to the Ministry to Abdicate. lesson, it is something appalling. We able commission had ? His it bene- have, I suppose, quite 170,000 ooo of fitted anybody ? We suppose in Texas acres oi land in the state. I don't that somehow the past year has been Col. W. E. Hughes, one of the ablest men and one of the truest democrats in Texas, says in an inter- view with the Dallas News: I notice times are haid in Dallas and the state generally. Elsewhere it is not so. The other states have had great crops and, cotton excepted have got good prices for them; but fjr that matter we have had abundant crops in Texas and yet every one tells me that times are hard here—the worst ever known. While I regret it, it does not surprise me. The pres...

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

Enquirer. m£%j? Sí T PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by UJ. X]. HTTLL & CO. SUBSCRIPTION price- On# year Six month. ... Three month •inch) copy tl.00 75 . so i •RATHY RACAN RACKS. Mea who keep up with th* times have earned to «top their electric , ^ vje<f 4 ,, an might be a *u can wh o Nature turns loose her1 CLARK ON THB UB-TR|A URV E«ijr kiocr Judge i Urk announced QoanUns Room on MAIS STREET. o e Moek South of Bqu re. All are inviffl u> c U I)'l •ee o at any time. JAS U. VINCENT, fOITOR. C. K. MULL, Business Manager. Entered at the Po t«ffl<* *t Weatherf.wd. Texas, ax BeeoD<i-'-'i * mail matter. n lightning from the clouds but the Texas railroad commissioners have not learned to call a halt when the people, through their press, liegin to turn loose for head lightning from their indignant minds upon a legal- ized arrogant, unsurpative ha rea u of government. Chairman Reagan with a defiance befitting an em joier frits trcasutyite and mil be a dtinocrat, «erttii paperk in i...

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