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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 29 January 1883

'< M.. --"P &• ♦to mm THE DAILY JS m •T j TOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1883. NO. 66. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OdRWER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Port Worth, - - -v.- Texas. CAPITAL, . . . ' - • $100,000 •URPLUS, < • I • - n , 20,000 #Wicn*-^t % Lojd, Presld« t; D. C. Bennett, Vise President; George Jtck- eeo, Caskiar. K \ / . '< OixRCTORs—Godwin, Ju TTatkhu, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jaa D Reed, B C Bei - lett, J Q Sttndldge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 25CENTCOLUMN This column will be impropriated to "Wants," "For Sale.'' "To Rent," "Found." "Lost," "Personal." and such other advertisements as can be con- densed into live lines or less, for which 25 cents only will be charged for one in- sertion and 60 cents for three insertions. For each additional line above live lines, live cents.) .,<■ * A. tL. Britton, President, John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Lomax, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK or FORT tfOBTH. t Capital and Surplus, . - $165,000.00 /...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 29 January 1883

•r;"",* """ H —i _ / y nA ' ^ lun 1 y DAILY DEMOCRAT. rUULMHKD BY TI1K DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. ST1TLES, - - EDITOB, W. J. Saundkbs, - Business Manager. MCM DAY, JANUARY 29, 1883. 1 11 Texas railroad stocks are a little htiffer. Central's 108; Texas 4c Paci- fic's 00; Rio's 85%. The Galveston, Harrisburg & fan Antonio company listed at the stock exchange, New York, on Thursday, $13,500,000 of first mortgage, and $6,750,000 of second mortgage bonds. Judge Sabin, it is stated, declines ft reappointment as postmaster at Gal- veston. This is rather phenominal, but does not surprise, those who are toell acquainted with Judge Sabin. After the experience of a campaign of Hubbellism and a Waterloo defeat it is not to be presumed that a gentle 'man like Judge Sabin desires further official connection with the Republi- can party. Deputy Gareison, how- ever, is willing to take promotion and is being urged at Wa«hington. for the judge's place. ■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Is the Republican senatori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 29 January 1883

/ -J, . ,J \r:x. i . s • , I! I ' •• ' DAILY DEMOCRAT, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. daily: Dally, per copy, One month. Three months, Six months, One year, - $ 5c 75c - 2.00 3.50 - 6.00 wsuly. Weekly, one copy, six month*, - 50 One copy, one year, ... 1.00 No subscription received for less than tlx months for the weekly. An Ideal Bohemian. Among the Bohemians—that race of intellects without character, which has contributed to the great cities of the world their most brilliant anil disrepu- table elements—there Las been, time out of mind, a tradition that society would in the end fall under the influence of the Bohemians, and come to be ruled by a Bohemian king. Napoleon Bona- part was in his way a Bohemian; and Mlrabeau was entirely so. But the iman who lies dead without (of Paris was pre-eminently rconsecrated in the imagina- tion of the true Bohemian. If he had lived, and if he had reached, as doubtless he would have done, the summit of power, he would have been a Bohemian king, though n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 29 January 1883

rl ■ I - * ISi ™ A 1 M J <S )■: f l t I [ k/ i ••' v FW-tt W,;Sf I fflfc VW W 'Jlflfe - V'4Wr. Daily Democrat. MONDAY, JANUARY 20,1888. ± - 2u cents per week. invariably Weekly #1 per yfcf Buhscription- Ad^erli *c!uenta—One nich one week. $1.00: •neinch one month, $5.00; two incliw on* month. $5.00. Larger advertisement* )Per Hne. first Insertion, 10 cents; each ubscquent insertion 5 cenlf: Entered at the post*(Bc« at Pott Worth, IfrCTfr. aa second-class mail matter. CITY BIiBOTIOV. Jim S«w>w, If he ha* frtwnla, should kt attended to. It W not Mr to commit such a charge a he le at preeent to the jailer. He Is dying of a diseane Induced by solitary rioe, "and hi* last momenta might be rendered more pleasant than is posallde aa he fe now sttnated. Mr. Cooper, an Arlington man, wa* robbed of three or ftwir dollara while re- turning to hi* home from this citr. The robber was mounted and armed with a Colt's forty-five. The robber* occurred one mile from Uanlev at 4 o'clock Satur- d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 30 January 1883

V Co, THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. <wt VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1883. FIRST NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fort Worth, Texas. CAPITAL, - - SURPLUS, i Omenta— M. B. Lord, President; D. •on, Cashier. Directors—God win, J as Watkhu, Geo Jaekson •vutt, J Q Sandidge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. • • • - $100,000 20,000 Bennett, Vise President; George Jack- M B Loyd, Ju D Reed, X> C Ben- 25 CENT COLUMN This column will be appropriated to "Wants," "For Sale," "'lo Rent," ••Found." "Lost," "Personal." and such other advertisements as can be con- densed Into live lines or less, for which 25 cents only will be charged for one In- sertion and 50 cents for three Insertions. For each additional line above live lines, tire cents.) A. M. Brittou, President, .John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Lomax, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OF FORT WORTH. Capital and Surplus, . - $165,000.00 4 SISULAB BASKING 3BSISESS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES TRANSACTED. Exchange bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 30 January 1883

# / *— ' "• M„ ; ^ vj ■". _ «3 ..... m <*m§^ •JBife ^DEMOCRAT. JJOTBLISHED IJY THE Tat printing company IIOE8 SECURE . EY W. STYLES, - - Editoii, ' J. Saunders, - Business Manager. 5 TJUESDAY, JANUARY 80, 1883. jfp if & Paeis, Texap, must either be the boldest place on the earth, or the .farcest of fuel. The North Texan ,*sertfl that wood was worth $17.26 per cord there last week. m I There were 277 busineB* failures in the United States last week, showing a Blight increase. If the Galveston merchants persist in their p'resent method of coljecting from interior merchants, there is no telling what the increase will be in the weeks of the spring, mouths. ' ■ The members of the legislature who voted to allow saloons to keep open till 9 a. m. and aftef 4 p. m. on Sundays, are probably not aware that systematic and aesthetic wine bibbers commence at 11 a. m. and knock ofl' t aUout the hojir of 4 p. m. Some Ision should be made for this class ■lere will be trouble. V According to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 30 January 1883

\ .4 DAILY DEMOCRAT, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. daily : Dally, per copy, * - - - $ Be One mouth, .. „• - - 75c Three months, .... 2.00 Six months. .... 11.50 One year, ..... c.oo WEEKLY. 60 1.00 Wssk ly , on« copy, six month*, One copy, .one year, - No subscription received for less than alx months for the weekly. Affinity. You say, "We must have met before, And yet you can't tell where: Some day now part of time of yore, Some day long passed but fair." Ah. love, as oft the strains I've heard, Of music, dreamingly, In seeming love to me appeared One fair and like to thee. Or. when I've sat by ocean's tide, Thought wrapping all my mind, One like to thee seemed by my side, Thy hand with mine was twined. And when grim care hung heavily, Nor hope could I divine. A seeming comfort came, to me With smile—and now like thine. —[by c. s. williams. youareV" ''Oh, eertainlv;" so taking up the skirt of his coat with the action of a great eagle spreading out his wings and spinning round on- his heel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 30 January 1883

) o 0 „ I Sly Democrat. ZTi ..c^jJESDAY, JANUARY 80,1883. gffr > I j- 1KHMS. Subscription—20cents per week, invariably in advance. Weekly #1 per year.* Advertisements—One inch one week, $1.00; one inch one jitOnth, Cl.iXi; tvVo inches one month. $5.00. Larger advertisements „ nt special rates. Local Notices—Iferllne. first insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertion 5 cents; •an SOKE EXPBE88-I0N8, A Entered at the postettlee at Fort Worth, Texas, ns second-class mail matter. CITY ELECTION. /I for marshal. We are authorized to announce Geo. W. Hill, our old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for city marshal. Election in April, 1883. We are authorized to announce Jake Higgle as a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the name of W. M. Rea as candidate for the office of city marshal at the coming •lection. j We are authoriz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 31 January 1883

iV ii.iu ,in THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOL. I. >¥ORT WORTH, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1883. FIRST NATIONAL BANK •*' CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, ffWt Worth, Texas. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, i $10®,000 20,000 25 CENT COLUMN This column will be appropriated to "Wants," "For Sale," "To Kent," Found." "Lost," "Personal." and such other advertisements as can be con- densed into five lines or less, for which 2.") cents only will bo charged for one in- sertion and 00 cents for three insertions. For each additional Hue above live lines, flye cents.) O^kickks-M. B. Lojd, President: D. C. Bennett, Vice President; George Jack- son, Cashier. Directous—Godwin, Jas Watkbu, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jaa O Reed. D C Ben- •Wit, J Q Shiuiidge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. A. M.Britton, President, John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Lornax, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK • OP FORT WOK T II. Capital and Surplus, $165,000.00 i H A SIOCLiR BASKING 3DSISKSS IN ALI-ITS BRANC HEN TRANSACTED. Exchange b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 31 January 1883

. 7/ TUESDA in hv T? Y DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED BY TUB OCRAT PRINTING COMPANY 5AREY W. STYLES, - Editor, J. Saundeiw, - Business Manager. 5 Api. |-H i W •% •Wednesday, January si, 1883. The little Bcare on Third street a day or tyro ago proved to be un- founded. The children certainly had nothing worse than chicken-pox, and show no signsof any serious illness. The present legislature is classified as follows: In the house 47 lawyers, 28 farmers, 6 doctors, 7 merchants, 3 preachers, 2 teachers, 8 stock raisers, and 4 editors; total, 106. In the sen- ate 26 lawyers, 8 farmers, 2 mer- chants, 1 banker, and 1 stockman; to- tal, 32, On the 27th the senate committee directed a favorable report to be made on the bill to authorize tlie Southern Pacific and other railroad companies to unite and consolidate so as to form a continuous line of railroad between the tidal waters of the Atlantic and Pacific. What roads are included in the term "other railroads" is not atated, but the most reasonable co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 31 January 1883

f * ■*« is r DAILY DEMOCRAT, T£E>iS OF SUBSCRIPTION. hail* : iJaUy, jier oopy, One mouth, JTlireo months, Six months. One year, - $ _fic 75c - 2.0ti 3.M) - tt.OO WEEKLY. Weekly, one copy, eix months, • 50 One copy, one year, - - - 1,00 No subscription received for less than tlx months for the weekly. A CHILD OF SEVEN. All the bells of heaven may ring, All the birds of heaven may sing, All the wells of earth may spring, All the winds of earth may bring All sweet sounds together; Sweeter far than all things heard, Hand of harper, tone of bird, Sound of woods at sundown stirred, Welling water's winsome word, Winu in warm, wan weather. One thing yet there is, that none Hearing ere its chime be done, Knows not well the sweetest one, Heard of man beneuth the sun, Hoped In heaven hereafter; Soft and strong, and loud and light, Very round and very light. Heard from morning's rosiest height, When the soul of all delight, Fills a child's clear laughter. Golden bells of welcome rolled Never...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 31 January 1883

TUE8DA y Democrat. *R8DAY, JANUARY 30,1888. K..A tkkms ~ 20 cetitx ucr week, invariably „nce. Weekly *1 pur year. ..BCtuenta—One filch one week.$1.00; a'inch one month, 13.00; two indies lie month, $5.00. Larger advertisements special rates. ocal Notices—Per line, first insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertion^ cents; "Entered at the postefflc# at Fort Worth, Texas. as second-class mall mutter. ' OITT BXAOTK> P for Marshal. We are authorized to announce Geo. W. Hill, our old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing (election, >t > We are authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a oandidate for city marshal. Election in April. 1S8H. We are authorized to announce Jake Biggie as a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election April, 1883. We ore authorized to unnounce the tiame oI W. M. Rea as cuudidate for the office of city marshal at the coming electioa. «- ,. «« * We are1 authorized to announce the name of George W. Weir as a candidate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 1 February 1883

s DAILY DEMOCRAT. * * f ' '• TOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1883. NO. 68i FIRST NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fart Worth, Texas. 25 CENT COLUMN OAWTAL, Omcnu-1. B. 1 $100,000 20,000 Bennett, Vice President; George Jack- Tliis column will be appropriated to Wants," "For Sale," "To Kent." Found." "Lost," "Personal." and such other advertisements as can be con- densed into live lines or less, for which _5 cents only will be charged for one in- sertion and 50 cents for three insertions. For each additional line above live lines, live cents.) Dnamauu-Aiyl < •wSTqahadMgs. Loyd, President; D. C. win, Jas Watktas, dWjaokson, M B Loyd, Jas D Reed, D C Ben TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. A. M. Brttton, President, .7ohn Nichols, Vice President, S. W, Lomax, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK #F FORT WORTH. Cftdtoi and Surplus, ! . - $165,000.00 ammvlar banking 3dsiskss i"h all its bkanc ben transacted. Exchange bought and sold and collections made on nil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 1 February 1883

V .«* % ■ *r "v"' •.;.n to / if "'■•m #•'■ •v* ,. ■ ' m ^ ,, i III ' v* . ''"P |f ■ Wpiif ft i ' ■ ft Wf? m a .., m yw* W; V'* i it* f , *4 •Jtik /I ■' ...••■ : V ill v4," . ®f ftfcSUi >1 - DAILY DEMOCRAT. publisheu b* ti1k DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY \V. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. 8aun eiw, - Business Manager. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. It is announced that the Ujion Pacific shareholders will oppose con- solidation with the Central aud South- ern Pacific. Thua the light begins to break in, and it appears that the Southern Pacific is seeking northern connections and an outlet via the lakes and northern ports. ■ > m A vkry sensible article on "Tree planting" appears in the Galveston News, where, the writer claims, that success in planting trees on the west- ern plains may be secured by setting the trees in a sort of valley, natural or artificial, on a clay-basin foundation, and digging trenches leading to the trees to aid nature in feeding them, that the rain may convey the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 1 February 1883

' \ r . DAILY DEMOCRAT. TXKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY ; Dally, per copy, - - - - $ 5c One month, .... 75c ThrM months, .... 2.00 Six months. - 3.50 On* year, t>.00 WEKKI.Y. Weekly, one copy, six months, - 60 One «opy, «ne year, - 1.00 lfp subscription received for less than Ms monthe for the weekly. BAILRdADS. The Connection of the Southern Pa- cific With New Orleans. The Chicago Tribune lias the follow- ing to say concerning the extension of the Southern 1'ucitic railway system t<> New Orleans and the possibilities ofj,a clash with the Illinois Central there: Mr. A. N. Towne, general manager jbf the Central and Southern Paciiio raft- roads, whose jurisdiction has just beep extended over the Galveston, Harria- burg & San Antonio, Texas & New Or- leans, and Louisiana Western railroads, has just issued the following circular notice: ♦'Arrangements being effected by the various railway companis Interested for the unification of their joint ndministra-i tratton as a cont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 1 February 1883

■u - K i ' > ft : I 'vj IH /■ If <■( 1 ■* f l"v.V.'.>. * '■■ - *•>■' & 1 ®"&V - *.j i-^i MS UiL Daily Democrat, ±: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. TKKMH. Subscription—-I'rents iier week, invariably ah advance. Weekly $lp«?ryear. .Wvtriihcmoiith—One inch one week, $1.00: one inch one month, $3.00; two inches one month, $5.00. Larger advertisements atspicial rates. Local Notices—Per line, first Insertion, 10 cents', each subsequent insertion5 cents; Entered at the post office at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mall matter. CITY ELECTION. FOR MARSHAL. <We are authorized to announce Geo. W. Hill, our old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing «lectlon. We are authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a candidate lor city marshal. Election In April, 188,v We are authorized to announce Jake Xtiffffta as a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election April, 18K . We are authorized to announce the name of W. M. Ilea as candidate for the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 2 February 1883

THE DAILY *3 YOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1883. NO. 69 FIRST NATIONAL BANE, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, FORT WORTH, - - - TEXAS. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, $100,000 20,000 Ofvicrbs— M. B. Loyd, President; D. c. Bennett, Vice President; George Jack- •M, Cashier. Dirbctokh—Godwin, Jas Watklns, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jus D Reed, K> C Ben- nett, J Q Sandidge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. A. H. Britton, President, .John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Lomax, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WORTH, - - TEXAS, CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $165,000 A Regular Banking Business in All Its Branches Carefully Transacted. Exchange bought and sold and collections made on all accessible points. Draw slglit exchange on England, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Denmark, Swe- den and Norway. Cobrvspoxokkts—Donnell, Lawson & Simpson, New York; Valley National Bank, St. Louts, Ho ; Importers' and Traders' National Bank, New York; First National Bank, Galveston, Texas;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 2 February 1883

'££■'•***%«-1 w,<s*. JJ£ ■•* DAILY DEMOCRAT, \ IS' i "K- 'V ! - v '/• If 01 X ' \; 4 M \T- . IM?> wj J& v '■ ll" ■ . fi; i it M€ t„ J ms "5 1 ' !' T. f '■ «§! 1'l'hlibhkd 11y Til it. J DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - Editor, W. J. Saundkiw, - Business Manager. PROGRESS OF FEABEAQLX CON- QUEST. —, , 7%e Reprewntative of • St. L6uia Company Strikes Rich Tin Mines ^in Mexico—A Curi- ous Story. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1883. The young man Snow, who died in jail here, leaves an estate of $16,000. Gov. Thbockmorton is quite sick at McKinney. ( The stockholders offer to donate Solado college building to the state, provided a normal Bchool be instituted and carried on there. The property is worth from $12,000 to $15,000. The proposition has been forwarded, it is said, to Austin. Trains resume their run on the washed out and damaged Montgom- ery railroad yesterday. They had not run through since the storm of light- ning and rain last Friday night. The greatest damage was do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 2 February 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. TBRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY : Dally, per copy, - One month, - Three months, - Six months, - One year, - WEEKLY. Weekly, one copy, six months, One copy, one yeur, * Vfo subscription received for less than six months for the weekly. $ Sc 75c 2.00 3.50 6.00 50 1.00 THE DAILY- DEMOCRAT Mrs. Langtry in New Orleans. IMr folks and little folks, everybody In society, and everybody out of it, have been on the tip-toe of expectation ever since the bill-posters on the walls around town tlrst Hashed on the coming of Mrs. Langtry; the much-talked of beantv in both English and American society. There is probably no actress or woman who lias created as great a sensation from Maine to Louisiana, from New York to California, as has tills English beauty, and at last she has ar- rived among us. A reporter of the States stepped on board the private car occupied by Mrs. Langtry, at Hay St. Louis, and found the renowned English beauty lolling in a comfortable easy cliair. The private car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 2 February 1883

V. I a. p' D II t • V ■A I i f * ¥ \ A i - \ I l':M l^^\3 Daily Democrat. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1883. TERMS. 8ubscription~2t>ccnts per week, invariably in advunce. Weekly $1 per year. Advertisements—One fitch one week, $ 1.00; one inch one month, $3.00; two inches •ne month. $5.00. Lurger advertisements at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion, JO cents; each subsequent insertion 5 cents; Entered at the postofllce at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mall matter. CITV ELECTION. FOR MARSHAL. Wo are authorized to announce Geo. W. Hill, our old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing election. , We are authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for 'olty marshal. Election in April, 1883. We are authorized to announce Jake 3llKgle as a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the same of W. M. Rea as candidate for the office of city marshal at the coming election. We are authoriz...

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