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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 January 1883

16* *— « 7 ' *""• i«s« «*s«S£,r / X--4 < J I A*J„' jwqk The /> % v */ 'WMMMNHyfe "VOL. 1. WHO emocrat; FORT WOETH, TEXAS, SATtrxfiDAY, JANUARY 13, 1883. NO. 54 ■ STATE SPECIALS CONDENSED. loss! Abilene, Jan. 12.—The Knights of thiM have organized here with four- members. About twelve car louds tine sheep have just arrived from llfornia. lllsboro, Jan. 12.—Colonel John H. llock, for many years a prominent er here, died to-day. He was unl- ally beloved by all who knew him. □anity never had a better friend Col. Bullock. on <$ty, Jan. 12.—The heavy of sheep reported in this section proved to be confined to diseased flocks and such as had been driven here In bad condition. No loss is reported from es tablished and healthy flocks during the late cold rains. Denlson, Jan. 12.—The silver cup was awarded to Mrs. Devoe of this city, at the skating rink, at 4 o'clock to-day, the judges having decided that she was the most graceful lady on the floor. There were three contestants on the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 January 1883

y THE DEMOCRAT. HOLLAND & CO., PROPRIETORS. Tit Oily Democratic Finer ii Fort Worth SATURDAY, JAMUARY 13, 1883. Tito Bad Man of White Dog; Dig- gings, Tub total of British army and navy pemione i $16,244,865; about one- fourth that of the United States. Jay Gould has a letter five pages long from the president of Mexico to prove that the Mexican government ^uid not captured the Oriental railroad. ■ ,m , m . Plain house-room for the insane, plenty of it, quickly previded, but no finery, is what the governor recom- mends. •' <m s — Whew the Greenback papers are all dead what will become of the party ?— Brenham Banner. The party was dead before the papers got sipk. Hh A diver at COO yards distance from the persons communicating with him oan converse with ease with persons above water by means of the telephone, as was recently proved by Mr. Ware, of the Biver Meare Commissioners Let? all fathers in law heed the noble example set them by a gentleman of JTew Orleans, who sent his d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 January 1883

/ J I A f ■ ir r">ii MM*. *ur 1) the democrat. p. *. N«w; Kchedale. T. * P.—BuUID VIST. No. 1 Mail and Express arrives 10:10 • No. 1 " A leaves- 10:30 Arrives at XI Paso at 8:80 a. iu., nocond morning. bockd east. No. 4 Mail and Express arrives 5:00 a. in. No. i " •' leaves 5:15 " m. p.—sound north. Mo..P No. 15* express arrives 10:20p.li Mo. P. No. 164 express leaves - 7:30j ut T. & r. vi>. SHERMAN. No. 82 express leaves • - • - 6:30 a.m. No. >1 oxpress arrives ... 0:40 p.m. u. p.—sound south. JTo. 158 Express arrives - - 5:10 a. n . No. 163 Express leaves • • - 7.3u*. in. r. w. * d. «. tJ il leaves • • • -8 a.m. • arrives S:26p.m, «.. • a s. r. Express arrives express leaves Mixed arrives • Mixed leaves 0:45 p. m, 7:00 a.'m. 8:45a. iu. 6:30 p. in. ANOTHER DOtJBTER. How Bov. B. Hober Newton Construes the Bible. Mr. Beecher is no longer the only or- thodox pastor in this vicinity who 'pref- ers to enstrue the Bible for himself. The follow'jPpbstrttcta from a sermon, by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 January 1883

-■u «V V/; .y • ir r.A 1 ' , A v THE DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY JANUARY 13, 1888. IK RMS. Subscription—25 cents per week, invariably ia advance. Weekly $2 per year. Advertisements—One inch one week, $ 1.00; one inch one month, $8.00; two inches ottetuoYith. $5.00. Larger advertisements . at official rates. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertions cents; •■ ■!■ ■■■ ■ - 7 " ■ ■ ■ . " • ' Entered at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texju. as second-class mall matter. at= 1,1 CITY ELXOTION. FOB MARSHAL. We are Authorized to announce Geo. Wc Hill, our old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing We are authorized to •M&e of W. M. Ilea as the office of city marshal We are authorized to announce II. A. •("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for «lty marshal. Election in April, 1883. We are authorized to announce Jake "'m1* as a candidate for marshal of Port Worth. Election April, 1883. announce the candidate for v at the coming election. 'Wfeaf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 January 1883

- ^ '.J, . -m., 1*3*1; ■ -——ggr^ —". >/ - -• j— M ..T \ /;i YOL. I. i1" ■ F011T WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1883. KO.B6 FIRST NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fort Worth, ' - - Texas. CAPITAL, ' - $100,000 ftURPLUft, • - 1 - - 20,000 Offickm-M. B. Lojtl, President; D. C. Bennett, Vice President; George Jack- eon, Cashier. UihKCTOHM—Godwin, Jus Watkins, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jas D Reed, D C Ben- nett, J Q Sandidge. * < TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. THIS SPACE BELONGS TO i W A 3<r T , rJ , The Wholesale Toy Man . He has more Toys, Better Toys and Cheaper Toys than any otlior mnn 1 in the city, Also a fine stock of Candies, Fruits, Nuts ancl Fire Works /. A. M. Britton, President, John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Lomnx,.Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OF FORT WORTH. Capital and Surplus, . - $165,000.00 A REGULAR BASKING BUSINESS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES TRANSACTED. Exchange bought' and sold and collections made on all accessible points. Draw sight ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 January 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. publuh1d by thk DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CARfiY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. Saundkbs, - Business Manager. TUESDAY, JANUARY 1«, 1888. flOAVDAL XONGEBXNG. That admirable journal, Life, pub- lished now in London and Paris, and soon to be reprinted in New York bewails the progress and the power of "Scandal Mongering," especially in Paris. The great men are the great violins. When Henri Rochefort of- fended Oambetta, he found himself, next day, convicted by his own corres- pondence ef base ingratitude. His prayers and petitions to Oambetta to eav« him from his impending fate at the time he was court martialled, hi§ reputation for spirit and high courage mattered not. True or not true, some of the mire stuek, and the journalistic scavengers, who had fished up his lit- tle papers out of the secret gutters, earned thc'r money and were content. The brave old warrior, General de Cissy, received a mortal blow from p. "slander in which he was accused of be traying the military...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 January 1883

I / / L_ hHU I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. u. N«wJ BoheduU. T. * r.^-BODHD TUT, Wo. 1 Mali and Express arrives 10:!# p. Mo. 1 " * leaves-10:30 • Arrives at fil Paso at S :30 a. in., second morning. BOUND EAST. No. 4 Mail and Express arrives 5:00 a. ra. So. 4 " *' leaves 5:16 " M. r.—BOUND NORTH. Mo.'P No. 154 express arrives 10:20 p. 11. Mo. f. No. 164 express leaves - 7:30p ia T. & P. TU SHERMAN, o. 82 express leaves • - • 6:80 a.m. o. SI express arrives - - - 9:40 p.m. M. P.—BOUND SOUTH. No. 153 Express arrives - • 6:10a. n. Ne. 163 Express leaves - - - 7 ;30 . m. r. w. * d. a. JIf 11 leaves - * - - 8 a.m. •* arrives 2:25 p. m, A STRANGE REMINISCENCE. fi •., f * s. r. Express arrives express leaves Mixed arrives - Mixed leaves 0:45 p. ra, 7:00 a. m. 8:45 a. ta. 6:30 p.m. Whore a Common School Education Should Stop. Gen. Butler, who put more meat in his inaugural message than we are ac- customed to And in a dozen such state papers put together, treated the queB' tion gfcfree public edu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 January 1883

It It I lai; W, '.Vy 'A# /1 ■ ';W r. •' ^ " t. •; <-. H* ' - L L Daily Democrat. TUESDAY, ■r" " ..' JANUARY 16, 1881} 1KB MS. Subscription—25 rents per week, invariably in advance. Weekly *2 per year. h—One flic" Advert! ruici ihiet)ts one inch one month, *3.00; two inches one month, $6.00. Lara at (ptcial rates. ; . liecal Notices—Per iiue, first insertien, 10 coftf) «ach subDequent insertion 5 cents; One Inch ope week, ipl.00; "3 00; two inches r advertisements Entered at the posteftlee at Fort Worth, ^Te^SS, n> secondly maH matter. ' (CITY BISECTION. fott makshai-. election. City i'tuW In J , • Sit > authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for city jparshal. Bleotion in April, 1883. We are authorised to announce Jake Rlgsc*®' a® a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election April, 18X5. We are authorized to announce the tiama of W. M. Rea as candidate for twTofllctf of jityWrlhal at the coming j f ' J * We are authorized'to announce the name of Geo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 January 1883

k*f " «*"*" f- 4 / i / c V OL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1883. NO. 57- 1 $' fflfeSf NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fort Worth, Texas. CAPITAL, $100,00® SUfcPLUS,„ . - 20,000 Officers-M. B. Loyd, President; D. C. Bennett, Vice President; George Sack- •on, Cashier. Oibbctorb—Godwin, Jas Watklns, Geo Jackson, m B Loyd, Jas d Keed, d C Ben- nett, J Qbandidge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 25CENTCOLUMN This column will he appropriated to "Wants," "For Sale," "'1\) 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. Example. WANTED. —— WANTED by the 'Daily Dkmochat 500 additional city subscribers at 20 cents a week, or 75 cents a month. (For each additional line above Ave, 5'cents.) THIS SPACE BELONGS TO w .a. usr The Wholesale Toj) M$n T ► AV He has more Toys, Better Toys and Clipper Toys th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 January 1883

u u-'" fl*> DAILY DEMOCRAT. pubuohsd by the DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY 'carey w. 8tyl®#, - - kditok, W. J. Sacndkrm, BusineM Manager. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1868. Ouida, it is said, once asked Mr Charles Beade wlitt would be a good name lor ber new pet dog. "Tome," was the ready reply, "for it is sure to be a'fnixture of bark, steal and whine." The wonderfully rich mineral de- posits of Alaska make an interesting . k, ^ 1 |1A V • / • A IS* V* VW\« M«A«V • « J% V I' V *' I' " w * ■"* *• ~ w topic Of conversation, but will hardly' allegod purpose o{ the 8ub8cription is allure many miners Alaskaward until tho weather moderates. The mines are said to show the largest body of ore in sight in the world, and eastern capitalists may send out millions in machinery for developing them, but seal skins are here a more seasonable topic. The recent death of the great French Republican Louis Blanc re- calls a fact not generally known, that the play of "The Corsican Brothers" is founded ou an inc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 January 1883

/ / THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. Sew[ Sehedui*. T. * P.—BOUND WEST. No. 1 lfaU and Express arrives 10:10 r. No. 1 " R ieaSRss-10:30 • Arrives al £1 Paso at 3 ;30 w. iu., second morning. ^ BOUND EAST. Ko. 4 Mail And Express arrives 6:00 a. m. JJo. 4 " •' leaves 5:16 " M. 11. p.—bot'nd nokth. ;Ko. 154 express arrives 10:30 p. . No. 114 express leaves - 7:301 Mo.' Mo. T. * P. VIA sherman. No. 32 ax press leaves • - • • 6:30 a.m. No. SI express arrives - • • 9:40 p. m. 1 * U. P.—BOUND SOUTH. No. 153 Express arrives - - 5:10 a. n . No. 153 Express leaves - - - 7;3u . id. p. w. * s. e. M U leaves arrives Express arrives express leaves Mixed arrives • Mixed leaves - <5 a.m. 2:25 p.iu, ■Jf CAUSE FOB APPREHENSION. Why Mysterious Physical Troubles Arouse Special Dread—A Profes- sional Experience. e a s. r. 9:45 p. m, 7:00 a. nt. 8:45 a. m. 6:30 p. in. Illiteracy. "Will the editor please state the com- parative illiteracy of the white people north and south? Statistics at largo would seem to do inju...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 January 1883

00 d>. Daily Democrat, t; WEDNESDAY, tm JANUABY 17, 1883. null. Subscription—25 cents per week, invariably in advance. Weekly $2 per year. Advertiaemants—One inch one week. *1.00; one inch one month, 98J10; two inches one month, 5.00. Larger advertisements lieMl^otfces*—Per line, first insertion, 10 ceAM; each subsequent insertion 5 cents; _ . . i — mm Entered at the postefflce at Fort Worth, , 8| aecond-cliigs mail matter. OITY ELECTION. FOR MABSHAI.. We an authorized to announce Geo. W.H ni" 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. TsJection in April, 188.). We are authorized to announce Jake Higgle as a candidate for marshal of Port Worth. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the name of W. M. Rea as candidate for the oflioe of city marshal at the coming election. • We are authorized to announce the name of George W. Weir as a candidate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 January 1883

h- I •VOL. I.' "f7 w " TOUT WORTH, TEXAS, THUUSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1883. NO. 6t FIRST NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Port Worth, - . - - - - Texas. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, 1 - - B. Lojd, President; D. C. $100,000 20,000 Bennett, Vice President ; George Jack- ton, Cashier. Dirkctohh—Godwin, Jas Watktas, G*o Jackson, M B Loyd, Jas D Reed, £> C Ben "*ett, J Q bandldgtf. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. THIS SPACE BELONGS TO "W .A. IsT a The Wholesale Toy Man T ,.UJ t f He lias Better Toys nnd Cheaper Toys tba* any other man in the city, Also a fine stock of /. Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fire Works ! A. M. Britton, President, John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Loranx, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OF FORT WORTH. Capital and Surplus, $165,000.00 A REGULAR. HANKING 3 US I \ ESS IN ALL ITS HRANC HER TRANSACTED. Exchange bought and cold and collections made on nil accessible points. Draw tight exchange onTlnglund, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Leniuark, Swe- de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 January 1883

r ' ?A A / CP ° ^ J xv DAILY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED BT THK DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY •CABBY W. STYLBS, - - Editoii, W. J. Saundkbs, - Business Manager. THUR JANUARY 18„ 1883. %■> Read governor Ireland's inaugural address—is strong, vigorous, patri- otic, practical and statesmanlike. 1)r. Nosvin Greek appeared before (be bouse judiciary committee on Saturday, while it was considering the bill (or the regulation of the telegraph and cable service, and in behalf cf the Western Union made the statement that that company has 400,000 miles of wire and does better service at cheaper average rates than is done in any other part of the world, and it iw Hot a monopoly. The Boston harness-dealer, J. H. Langtry, found himself well adver- tised on his recent return from Eu- rope. He came on the Cunardcr Catalonia,and had left port before dis- covering that Miss Langtry, sister-in- law to the Jersy Lily, was on board. He had heard nothing of the gossip about Mrs. Langtry, and innocently formed th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 January 1883

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. who were clamorous for the "golden egg, "tig a. glance to the distant fu- rorseeing and casting a glance to the distant ture and rorseeing that this rich field could not be longer guarded, as a last resort they Introduced and had passed the tyw setting apart one-half of the en- tire public domain for educational pur- They took the only steo left eih to secure to posterity a small pit- tance of that splendid education al fund: but the door was broken down and it has goue, until now there is but a rem- nant. I think I see away down the corridors of time, this splendid territory teeming with millions. No more public lands; of them will gather up the fragments of our history and read to the gazing and mind-famished multitude how this gen- eration had in its power and keeping a fund that should hare gathered like the snow ball as time rolled on. and how. if we had been true to ourselves, to poster- ity, to them, they could have educated all their children, paid all th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 January 1883

I" ■ i -1 & 2 i CdP-* Daily Democrat. ^THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1888. 1KKM8. iSub crlprton—85cents per week, Invariably in advance. Weeklv 2 per year. Atlv«utti emenlS—One inch one week. $1.00; onTincji one month, IS.OO; two inches oneoi^nth. Ifl-.Ofr. Larger adveruhenaenu . (itfia^ial rates. i<ocalI'Otices— Per line, first insertion, 10 ch subsequent insertion 6 cents; , Entered at the pOfetefflee at Fort Worth, Texas* n second-class mail matter. CXXY KLKCTIOH. FOB marshal. 1 Wo in authorized to annowK* Geo. W. Hill, our old city engineer, a* a can- didate for City Hanhal at the «*uu g election. We are ivthnM to annouwe II. A. ("Hook") Tkeau* st a caodidate J< eity marshal. BloftkiB is AprU, 188S. We an wrthortwd to announce Jake T?>CTi «s * <taT>dk>jtf* tea xa*rdiaJ,of Port Worth. Eifrf^ion April. JtS - Wo on *oa oriw^ l swkww* the «f W. *. Efta ft* candidate for Use office of city marehid at the ooming ctantvioti. W««resintbnrlm^ *p announce the teiamtfOvMOrr W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 January 1883

r. ' & - *• I , o© Q * oc • o. VOL. I. : ( ] ' WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1883. NO. *8 FIRST NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fort Worth, Texas. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, i $100,000 - 20,000 Bennett, Vice President; George Jack- Okfickrb—M. B. Lojd, President; D. C, eon, Cashier. o Director*—Godwin, Jas Watktas, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jas D Reed, D C Ben- nett, J Q Sandidge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. THIS SPACE BELONGS TO -W A U The Wholesale Toy Man T He has more Toys, Better Toy? and Cheaper Toys than any other man in the city, Also a line stock of Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fire Works ! A. M. Britton, President, John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Lomax, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OP FORT WOltTH. Capital and Surplus, . - $165,000.00 A regular banking 3usike98 in all its bkanc hes transacted. Exchange bought and sold and collections made on all accessible points. Draw eight exchange on England, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Ijenmark, S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 January 1883

4- i mo gpMk {#'■;,■.*•<• V I : '' -.'-.4 ..• ;• '4^ • wmw—y'ihuagi-grtf • p Ml SRW '4 :'■< rliT&fr , ■ ,. '|f: ' -v "''!' ?tc "*■ >. r% "*—* IKiS|:: d",&& '<*;; y%A OB8 HHkP pu . . ..... * * It ^'WkK ■ J,V';v; -v '^' •''VI'! "; . . ■• &r'V '"*k \' •''" - . >ht« 1 *V . ■MM DAILY DEMOCRAT. published by thh DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY i-=W « 1 1 "■ w. STYLES, 8, - - Editor, Business Manager. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1883. It detracts somewhat from Mr. Cockling 'a elegance to learn that bis pleasant remarks aro made only to women. Another phase of the man's Character is shown when he speaks of Governor Cornell as "that lizard on the bill," or of President Arthur as "prize «x at the country fair," or as "the dead cat I threw at my enemies in the Chicago convention." Throw- ing "dead cats !" What a figure ! His worst enemies ought to feel their, wrongs somewhat avenged. ■ tm Frank Hatton is first assistant postmaster general; Frank Hatton is chief proprietor and e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 January 1883

Tftrt*.. . 4 « * V •' ■ ... nil in.rtinr# > i * j T DAILY DEMOCRAT. TEBM8 OF 8UBSCEIPTIOK. DAILY! $ fid 75o 2.00 8.50 0.00 ■ 50 1.00 No subscription received for less than Dally, per copy, One month. Three months, Six month*. One year, WKKKI.Y. Weekly, one copy, fix months, One copy, one year, „ , «nt! six months for the weekly. SCIXNTXFXO SOAP BUBBLES. The Beauties of Soap ▼ealed by the Magnifier Bud* as Ke- A Philadelphia scientist recently gave " "" inlari pe. entertainment the Philadelphia an exhibition of soap bubbles enlarged with the lantern microscope. Of the ject to be Of the Record eays: "The instruments used were the Holman Lantern Microscope and the eame gentleman's later invention, the phoneldoscope, which may be freely translated into "seeing sound." The former Instrument consists of a metal box containing an oxy-hydrogen light, which is thrown atJinv j,ngle by con- densing lenses upon the |obje magn' another lens on . displayed greatly magnified. The phoneldoscope ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 January 1883

> ePKtna, Daily Democrat. JANUARY 19. FRIDAY, ■ suns. UiilmrrinWon—33cents per week, invariably i dvMufc Weekly $2 per year. AdverlisJtente-One fncb one week. *100; lnch«S monO\ W-l* ncUl^-es. NotlwT-Pe Aonfinc r7>"e'month"; *3.00; two inches one iuon(fcj5.00. Lurger advertisement* LwaYNotte"^-^1- "n*« ,ir8t insertien. 10 cents; each subsequent insertion 5 cent*; '"Entered at the postafflee at Fort Worth, Texas. fl second-class uiall matter. CITY ELECTION. > FOU MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce Geo. Wi 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 iity marshal. Flection in April, 1883. We ave^fluthorized to announce Jake Rlsrsre rn a candidate for marshal of Fort Wo. ih. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the Bame of W. M. Rea as candidate for the office of city marshal at the couung election. We are authorized to announce the name of Geor...

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