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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 16 March 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. TQt t FOUT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, MARC EI 16, 1883. NO. 105 ' 1 * CHAS. H. PRY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, and dealer in FIDE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC HOUSTON STREET, i) TORT WORTH tfHSXAS. STAR SHOE STORE! A Lii dies aad Gents Fine i EXQUISITE! o ELEGANT! o: GREAT! o IMMENSE! : o OUR SPECIALTY. LEWIS BROTHERS. & CO. 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS. FORT WORTH. - - - TEXAS. CAPITAL SURPLUS, $100,000 38,000 DinKnons—M B Loyd, ©•• Jackson, D C Bennett. Zai,e Ce't'. J 8 Godwin, ^ R Buineli J. 1 > tteed TIE CITY NATIONAL BANK PORT WORTH, - PAID U° CAPITAL - - SURPLUS, - TEXAS, - $ 150 000 19,000 All matters pertaining to conservative banking receivs prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. President, A. M. BRITt'ON. Vice-President, JiO. NICHOLS. Cashier. S. W. LOMAX. J. W. ALDERMAN, .O-EiTEK-A-rj 2x4: ECHAITIC, BLACKSKIITKIN5, F0.1GINS, HORSE SHOEING. , Sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 16 March 1883

DAILY DEMOOfiAT. " 1 ' "flr" HttLUBMD IT THE DEMOCRAT fRINtlNCl COMPANY CABIY W. STYLES, * * Editor, V.J.Swwom, • Bnaineas Manager. FRIDAY, MARCH 16,1883, -r fullboad legislation it * white elephant in the hands of oar present law-maker*. — ■ m Th* Galveston News is making a Vigorous, protest agsiost the peni- tentiary lease, .i i 1 ■ *i Thxbb are 6,000 liquor saloons in Chicago, and about twice ss many pick-pockets of other varieties. « > Aft enterprising city like Galves- ton abdu d not hesitate to put up 1100,000, if she wants deep water so very bad. ■ m . A stftaCBlPTiaN should be taken tip in tb« seventh congressional dis- trict to liquidate Ochiltree's indebt- edness to the United States. ■a ■ m A Votk for the confirmation oi the penitentiary lease would doubtless enable many a thirsty statesman at Austin to pay bis whisky bill. ■■ ■ m IfoETHiBN manufacturers are cir- culating the Weekly New York (Tribune among their employes. !Fbe Tribune is the boss protection Organ ih th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 16 March 1883

DAILY DtiMOCttA'T. y TUMI or SUBSCRIPTION BA1&T2 P lly, r r " y> o • • On* month,. . . • TUrf ui 'i'tn', , • • 81 v ni >Dth<, ' . . • • ••ufywir, • . • mVLT. n #«k'y, oi • e j>y, six months, 0 #6'.>py, one y r. S# vmkMcrlptina mMftd for Uaa th a >lx month* far tli* W •* kly. • be ire sod «..« 6 fiftn 1 oo Xnr Schedule. aivHI: 6 00 •. m. 6:1S " ,*.* r—mown* W *. No I Mail uU Kxprwi «rn>« . lo:'0 r. *• Ho.i^r .. . ! *•« . 10:31 " ▲rrtvwatKl PatoatfcJOe. IB.. WOOIld morn- lar- BOUND BAST. Ne. 4 Mad and Kxpreit an 1t«§ *•.4, •• '• ,r K, BOUND NORTH. Ma. P. *o 1M N*ri*M arrlTea . Ma( P. Mo. 164 Kxprew la v*a T.tr. IU 8UCKMAV. So. 18 Exprnea . . • Mo. II Expraa* nrriv-a .... M. r —BO MO SOUTH. Ho 183 Expreca arrives . . • No. 13 kxpraat leaves . . «r. * o. Mallleayea •' arr' e« , . ■ Ae^omiilodiitlon W«tm • "i arr Tea . «.,c. a a. Bxnreas arrlres. o. Kxttmh I* k" a, Mlxeil arr T«« M x« i <e tp incsnp.m. 7:30 ,m. Si'O a. m. 0:40 p. ni. 5:10 a ra. 7:S0 a, m 9:S0 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 16 March 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. TKltaS. Subscription—20 cent# variably in advance per week, In- Weekly $1 per vear. Advertisements—One Inch one week. $1.00; oneincb one month, S3.00; two inches one month, $5.00. Larger ad- vertisement* at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion. 10 cent's; each subsequent insertion, 5 netts. Entered at the posfaffice at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-clafs mall matter. t-RfDAT, MARCH 16.1883. The Daii.t Dkmocuat presents its col- umns to the merchants of the city as the very best medlnm for local adver- tising within their reach. Its circula- tion warrants this announcement, and its hour of distribution defies adverse criticism. Inquiry into its merits la in- vited, and corresponding patronage so- licited. If deserving, let It be liberally sustained--if drfvfdrtby cf public confi- dence and support, let (t perish. city rt&ctxo*. city treasurer. The Dkmocuat is authorized to an- nounce the name of Mr. John Nichols as a candidate for city treasurer, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 17 March 1883

♦ • - f ■MNpHkaia THE DAILY1 DEMOCRAT. yOL. I FORT WORTH. TEXAS, SATURDAY. EVENING. MARCH 17. 1883. ■M NO. 108 CHAS. H. FRY, PRACnCAL WATCHMAKER, and dealer in FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC,, HOUSTON STREET, TOB.T WORTH CALL AND EXAMINE —THE— LATEST SPRING STYLES BOOTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED -AT- V LEWIS BROTHERS & CO. ★ STAB * SHOE * STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS FORT WORTH, - - - TEXAS. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, $100,000 30,000 Directors—M B Loyd, tie* Jackson, S C Bennett, Z&ue Celt', J S Godwin, S B Burnett, J I) Reed XQUISITE! o ELEGANT! o GREAT! ■:o IMMENSE! o Is replete with Novelties in all goods tlmt come under that beading. Gents' Fancy Balbriggan Underwear, Gents' Open Work Lace Underwear, Gents' Fine Merino Underwear, LISLE THREAD -AND- BALBRIGGAN HALF HOSE ! I Collars and Cuffs of any Imaginable Style, II Old gold will fhshionabie color. always remain a The political prizo-fightor is al- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 17 March 1883

t' DAILY DEMOCRAT. TOUCHED T TBI democrat printing company CAREY W. STYLES, - - Emroa, W.J. sacsddb. - Bualneaa Manager. saturday, mabch it, 1883. I hart thia day levied upon and will proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for Mk, et public outerr, at the Court-Uouae door, in the ciijof Fort Worth, count j of Tarrant, state of Texaa, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., on the FIRST TUESDAY IN APRIL, 1883, ao much of the following described property aa will be sufficient to pay the taxes, coata and penalties as will be due thereon for the rear 1983 by the parties owning or rendering said property. Sale to continue from day to day thereafter until the list la completed: Ochiltbct may eacape with his Balary, but all the buttons will be rubbed off his clothes as he sqoeeses through. Wouldn't it be a good plan to torn wbat is left of the public domain over to the land monopolists and be done with it f m • e If Is the saloon bammar who looks upon the morning cocktail as a con- stit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 17 March 1883

% * DAILY DEMOCRAT. N / TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. daily: . . • «« ... . «-0J • . . . i'iu .... • « W(K*I/r. *«ktys < t 0"iiy. six mouth#, * . . WJj Dnt oHiy, on* year 100 No Huliocription re<*lv«<l for less than ilx taoutbs for tli* Weekly. Pally, r« oopTi Ou moulh, . Three ni< th , . Six luonilia, Out jews . . New Sohedulo. t, 4 p —hound w« t No 1 Mall kuU Bxpre>e rri** NO. 1 " " ;• IrMVV ' Air It o at HI Paio at 1:10 a.m., > *• BOUND BAtfT. N . 4 Mail riU Expreti arrive* Ho. 4 •• •' «' leaves K. P.-BOUND NOBTH M«. P. *0. 1M Nxrres* arrives Mo. P. No. J34 Express le«v T. A P. MA BHXMMAN Wo. *2 ExprH# l-ay >« . . . . No. II Exprea* urrl v 8 . . . . If, P —BO. ND SOUTH. No 1M Express arrives . . • No. 18 Express leaves . . . w. a d. o. M U leives . " MIT'V«-« . . , . •Accommodation lenves " rr ves . . . c. * b. jr. Rx'p'ess arrives, . . L'xn" « lei v s, Mixed ai r'ves .... Mix-'i !e ve« .... . 1<v0 p. m . 10:'I > '1 second morn- 5:03 a. m. , 6:15 " 10:20 p. m....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 17 March 1883

•I \ DAILY DEMOCRAT. per Week, In- Wet '" ~ mat. Subscription—20 cents variably in advance. Weekly $1 per year. Advertisements—One Inch one week. $1.00; one Ineb One month, $3.00; two inches one month, $5.00. Larger ad- vertisements at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion. 10 cents; each subsequent Insertion, 5 cents. , . Entered at the postefflce at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mail matter. SATURDAY. MARCH IT. 1883. CITY ELECTION. city trka8ubkr. 'The Dhmocrat is authorized to an- nounce the name of Mr. John Nichols as a candidate for city treasurer, at the ensuing city election. for alderman. The Daii.y Dbmocrat is authorized to fennourice the name of Dr. .T. R. Adams As A candidate for alderman of the Second ward. The Daily Democrat is authorized to annotinde the name of N. C. Brooks as a candidate for re-election as alderman bf the 3d ward. The Daily Democrat is authorized to announce the name of Charles Baggett as candidate for alderman in the Second war...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 19 March 1883

o m+m THE DAILY DEMOCRAT, ► i rtft\ vol. i. FOi^T WOli TH, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING. MARCH.19, 1883. a ioi CHAS. H. FRY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, and denier in FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC,, HOUSTON STREET, J"ORT WORTH - - TEXAS. CALL, AND EXAMINE TH E LATEST SPRING STYLES -IN- BOOTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED -AT- LEWIS BROTHERS & 00. ★ STAB ★ SHOE ★ STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREET* fort worth, - - - texas, CAPITAL SURPLUS, $100,000 33,000 DiRKCio'fs—M B Lojd> Geo Jackson, D C Bennolt, Zitie Cc'.t\ J S Godwin, ^ B Rumen, J 1> Reed. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK fort worth. - - texa PAID UP CAPITAL - - - - - $150000 SUXiPLUS, - - - Wo All matters pertaining to conservative banking receTfe prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. President, A. M. BRIT I ON. •' Vice-President, JN ). NICHOLS. Cashier. 8. W. EOMAX. J. W. ALDERMAN. BLACKSKITHIN3. FORGiNG, HORSE SHOEING. Wag3cs, S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 19 March 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. k I * published by tub DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY carey w. styles, * Editor, w. j. Saundhhs, •> Business Manager. monday, march 19,1883. Tabor is the great American elg- phant. a The dynamite explosion in Lon- don sweetened many a Patrick's'pot on Saturday. ^ Thk present law factory at Aus- tin is the most stupendous failure ol modern times a tm There is no truth in the report tbat Conkling is to stump Rhode Island for Sprague. <m o m In sjiite ot the efforts of three Re- publican administration!! Mormon, iitm is still a vigorous and lively "twin relic." m o ^ It would be a terriole joke on Chandler and tho administration if Gorrmge should scoop the contract for building the new ships. ■ s Marbles to mud that jAho Roach will get the contract for building the now war ships. His.little bub is at the bead of the department. As a u civil sorvice reformer Gov- ernor Ireland is not a glaring spo cialist. In fact be is considered de- cidedly fishy in some quarters. ^ ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 19 March 1883

V DAILY DEMOCRAT. TKKMS or BUUSCBirriON. daily: r r copy, .... 'c i'nH mouth, ..... 7"c Th'M 'month*. . . . . 2.0 > Six uiouiha H «i Ou ir*«r, • Ou OTCKKLY. w'*'*k'y, or 0"| y. six mouths, . . SJJo On* copy, one year 1W Mo HuWrlptlon received fur less than nix mouths for the Weekly. Mew Sohedule. T. * r —bound wm*T. No 1 Mall and Kiure.e srrives . 10:'0 p. u So. 1 " " •' l«av*4 . 10:3 • " Arrives at El Paao at 1:30 . m., geCOUll morn- ing. . *OU*D BAST. No. 4 Mad Hd Exiiress arrives . 5:03 a.m. *o. 4 '• '• ' leaves . 1>:1S " r . m. M. F.-BOUJtD NOBTU. m*. P. Wo. 1M N*|.ress arrives . 10:90 p.m. Mo. P. No. JM Express leaves . 7:.0,.,iu. T. * P. MA8HEHMAK, No. Express leaves .... 5:"0 a. No. II Express arrives .... WO p. m. r —no J SOUTH. No 1IU Express a>rlves . . • MOn m. No. 10S Express leaves . . . 7:aua,ui . w. t o. c. Mall leaves p. m. " arrive* . . , . .Mm. Accommodation leaves . . • 7:00 a. m. " air ves .... 8:u0 p. m. o.,c. a . r. Express arrives 9:4'p.m. Exi reus le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 19 March 1883

T'k A IT V "mrMfiriR AT tensive property owner, and If elected JJA.ll.iY .1-JJVJxL* 'On A 1 u in t,rinir to the di ch irt!e of his duties. I per week, In- Weekly $1 per TEKMS. Subscription—20 cents variably In adVatice, year. , Advertisements—One lntsll one week. $1.00; one Inch one month, $3.00; two Inches one month. $5.00. Larger ad- vertisements at special rates. I.ocjd Notices—Per line, first insertion. 10 cents; each subsequent iusertion, 5 cents. Entered at the post office at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mall matter. MONDAY. MASCII 19. 1883. The Daily Dkmociut presents Its col- iimnB to the merchants of the city as the very best medium for local adver- tising within their reach. Its circula- tion warrants this announcement, and Its hour Of distribution defies adverse criticism. Inquiry into its merits is in- vited, and corresponding patronage so- licited. If deserving, let it be liberally Sustained--If unworthy of public confi- dence and support, let it perish. CITY ELEC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 20 March 1883

7 ' " I rtw / <./} c-' a- c < 3 ' / /-t--' /■ / r P1" / ^ hsyszt mUm iMkb Jt THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. vol, r. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, MARGE 20, 1883. NO. JO* CHAS. H. FRY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, and dealer in 6 FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC HOUSTON STREET, FORT - M CALL AND EXAMINE THE— LATEST SPRING STYLES -IX- BOOTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED -AT- LEWIS BROTHERS & CO. ★ STAR ★ SHOE ★ STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK~ CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, ITORT WORTH, CAPITAL, SURPLUS, TEXAS. $100,000 30,000 Directors—M B Loyd, Geo Jackson, D C Bennett, Zane Celt", J S Godwin, S B Burnett, J D Reed. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WOT*TH. PAID UP CAPITAL " - SURPLUS, - TEXAJe* $150 000 19,000 All matters pertaining to conservative banking receive prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. President, A. M. BlilT I ON. Vice-President, .IN ). NICIIOLS. Cashier. S. W. LOMAX. J. W. ALDERMAN, BCHA1TIC, BL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 20 March 1883

KAtLY 'DEMOCRAT- PUBLISHED BY THB DEM PC RATPR1N TING COMPANY CAREY w. STYLES, * * Editor. W. J. Saunders, - Business Manager. TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1S83. The prosperity of a city depend* upon the enterprise of it* people. Thb confirmation of the peniten- tiary lease would bo a blot on the fair fkme of Texas. ; > • i 'i... Som* legislators who arrived in Austin dead broke have now their Mockete filled with Go(o)ld. So it is .d. ■■ i * It Is probable that the assailants of La iy Florence Dixie, were a pair of industrious highwaymen in search of loose change.^ ^ Phil. Sheridan is cavorting around Texas at the expenso of Un- cle Sam, It is said that the general takes along an aide-de-camp now to do his swearing. ' > 1 Brady is still in the pilliory at Washington,but give promise of leav- ing the stand with a reputation as a witness stscotid Only to Frank Moul ton of Beecber-Tilton notorioty. m ■ m ' Marous D. Boruok, editor of the California Spirit of the Times, ad dressed a note to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 20 March 1883

icvsc V DAILY DEMOCRAT. TEHM8 or SUBSCBirrtOK. . daily: j r f eopy, .... $ no *>n mouth 7Jo Thre« month?, .... S.<U felx months a.Ml one 00 WXKKLY. « eekty, od C |iy, six moiilta, . W>n Onuonpy.onc year, . ... 100 No subitcrlutlon received for Imb tlma nu muuth. for Uie Wfltljr. New Bohedule. mmmft • T. k * —koUUD WB'T. No 1 Hull aid b*i>n e •rrtvea . Ift'O r. u Ko. 1 " •' •• l-av«n . 10;3'i " Arrlvt* at £1 Puo at St30 a. m., second morn- lug. . found ba**. No. 4 Mail «ud Kxprei. avrlVes . 5.03 a.m. No. 4 «• '• leaves . 6:15 " „ _ *. r.-HOUHU NORTH. Mo. P. Ko. 154 Nxpress arrives . 10:2( i>.m. Mo. P. No. 154 Uxprtss leaves . t. * p. • ia bushman, , No. H Express leaves .... 6:-'0 a. m. No.81 Express arrives .... IK40 p. m. M. P —MO WD SOUTH. No 1.13 Express arrives . . • 5:10a n . No. 1)4 Express loaves . . . J:w«, ui . W. k O. c. Mall loaves ?:30 p. m. " arrive* . • . , . .Urn. Accommodation leu vis . • . 7:01) ft, in. " arr ves .... 8:l0 p. m. a., O. * . r. Express ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 20 March 1883

PA.ILY DEMOCRAT. ' — ' 'y r 1KSW. . Subscription—20 cents per week. In- variably In advance. Weekly $1 per year. Advertisements -Otic Inch one week. $1.00; one Inch one month, $.'1.00; two Inches one month, $5.00. Lurger ad- vertisements at spccUil rute*. Local Notices—Per line, tlrst insertion. 10-oenu; each subsequent insertion^ 5 eeftts. —tir -r Kntered at the pnst ffiee at Port Worth, Te^us. us second-class mall matter. "H* JUOfj ,fi: >' t:' ;;I! — ■ —— TUESDAY, MARCU 20. 3883. i} il The Datt.v pehrtrnit presents its col- MlHii • *> .'W ""ft'IH it 'l' IT.;,'.' f) . :uum« to the morcliants of the city 'lis the very Vst medium for local adver- tising within their reach. Its circula- te ci !il tlon warrants this announcement, and its hour of distribution defies adverse criticism. Tno.ulry into its merits Is in- vited, atui corresponding patronage so- licited. If deserving, let it be liberally t w ^ " ••• • •«.. ' j B\usl^ined--if unworthy cf public confl- uence and support, l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 21 March 1883

t f"V THE DAILY TOI I. FORT WORTH. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAllOH 21, 1883. NO. lO# T • OHAS. H. FRY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, and dealer in FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC HOUSTON STREET, FORT WORtH ■I V CALL AND EXAMINE TIIE— LATEST SPRING STYLES -IX- BOOTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED -AT- LEWIS BROTHERS <fc 00. ★ STAB * SHOE ★ STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF 1I0UST0X AND SECOND STREETS. FORT WORTH, CAPITAL, SURPLUS, TJ2XAS. $100,000 30,000 DtrkctOps—M B Loyd, Geo Juckson, D C Bennett, Ztue Cett\ J S Godwin, S B Burnett, J D Ileed. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WORTH, PAID UP CAPITAL SURPLUS, TEXAS. $ ISO 000 AO matters pertaining to conservative banking receive prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe, President, A. 11. BRIT TON. Vice-President, .IN X NICHOLS., Cashier. S. W. LOMAX, J. W. ALDERMAN, a-EJ0lTaEJ3E5^.aL, ECHIA1TIO, GLAGKSMITHINS. FORGING, HORSE SHOEING. Wagons, Spring Ms, Carriages aid ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 21 March 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT, IN BAD ODO®. WhetWlLdaiertedly or tiot tbe published by the M DEMOCRAT PRINTIN? COMTA CAIfEY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. Saunders, - Business Manager. WEDNESDAY, MAftOH 81, 1888. Spbaoue is not tbe K6ro of Canon- chot. He'd the hero of gunshot. i ■ w ' The recent tariff legislation Las a right to bo dubbed the great Ameri- can pudt, —.■! !..!*' y.—r- a •: Is it generally Ifnown that a gen- tleman named Rutherford Burchafd Hayes residue in the United States? , t, 5 'Tis a pity Tabor was not elected for the full term of six years. He woulii occupy a .unique niche in sen- atorial history.•„<; -.mI-.i i' • — . •;; I Thi English gpyernment should show its appreciation of James Bus- sell Lowell's services by elevating him to tbe peerage /oirjnc. •• i ' / ' I ■!!! I.O ■ !' J: I . I nr. Samrandall has established a "lit- erary bureau" to boofn his speaker- fehip aspirations. Henri Waterson is not a contributor. Ir the people of this state don't ''view with alarm" they ce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 21 March 1883

mm* \ A DAILY DEMOCRAT. TEXtJfS Of SITIWCRirTION. _ lt DAILY: r«5 copy, .... ft Ko )'m month, .... 7.1c Thr e monthr, , . , 2.00 Six months, mi Oueyea .0 M e.kly, or. o-py, six months, . . . , HO4 Onf co*" 1 •***' —**— — No MODtb. 00 nix SllCfe/"1** ■ .11 iiiiii.r.! . ftj NeW Schedule. „ . „ „ * P WS'T. No 1 Mall and fc-ipree nrHvea . 10:10 p. x >o.i " •' •• l<-av#4 . 10:3i " ArrlTcsat K1I'aso at Ic30 a\ n., secouiimorn- or-yjioJiD SJMV \\Ai ' r- ' No. 4 Mail .Ad Kxureg* arrlVM . 6:00 a, m. *0.4 " '• «r UttTe# # b:15 .. „ „ *. H,-HOUND NORTH. Mo. P. T*o. 1.14 Nxmts# arrives . Mo. 1 . No. 184 Express leaves , T. a P. f 1A SHERMAN. 5*0. F.2 Express leaves .... No. II Express arrives .... M. P —bo'ikd south. No 133 Express arrives . . . No. 1j8 Express leaves . . *. W. * D. Mall leaves '• arrive* . . , Accommodation leaves , " arr ves . o. Express arrives, Exrress lenv> s, Mixed arr ves Mixed leaves 0., c. a .. f. _ i . — 10:80 p. m. 7:10, k m. 6:?0 a. m. W:40p. iu-. MO n III....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 21 March 1883

B " DAILY DEMOCRAT. 44^ Vvfr1 Ij .'J& V U * per week, In- Weeltly 91 p«r IKBBtt M fi u * Bubsftriptlon—ilO centa variably In advanoe. vear. 1' . . Advertlsements-rOd# Inch one week. $1.00; one Inch one month, $3.00; two inches one month, ffi.OO. Larger ad- 10cents; each,subsequent insertion, & cfcfitB.! ~ •-Vff Entered at the posteffic* at Fort Worth, Texas. as second-class mull matter. WEDNESDAY, MARCO 21. 1883. A negeo named Louts Ikard was ar- raigned before Judge Zina this Morn- ing, charged with carrying a pistol. He pleaded guilty and was fined $26 and oosts. , Strangers as well as residents of Fort Worth will find that the llonse of Peers tarnishes a table second to none In the city. The purest milk and butter only is served. 3-17-1 w Mr. Jas. C. Crowdua, a prominent mer- chant of Weather ford, arrived in the city this morning. Mr. < irowdua is on a business trip and will probably re- main several days. The Texas and Paolflc boys are look- Ing Anxiously for the Pay...

Publication Title: Daily Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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