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

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT YOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3,1883. :x~z FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, fort worth, CAPITAL, ftURPLUS, TEXAS. $100,000 20,000 \ \ > Officers-M. B. Loyd, PresUeiff1, D. C. Bennett, Vice President; George Jack- ion, Cashier. Dumn ons—Godwin, Jas Watkins, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jas D Reed, D C Ben: nett, J Q Sandidge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. i * m ■ \ m A. M. 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 nil accessible points. Draw eight exchange on England, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, L>enm;irk, Swe- den and Norway. Courfsvondknts—Donnell, Lawson & Simpson. New York; Valley'National IJank, St. Louis, Mo; Importers' and Tinders' National Bank, New York; First National Bank, ...

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

X'' / a'ILY DEMOCRAT. f^ju.ibhkd by tij* ■MOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY t!AREY W. STYLES, - Emtoh, W. J. Saukders, - Business Manager. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1883 3 Phetty good for the Houston Post. It heads the Alabama treasurer's de- falcation, "Another State Gone Demo- cratic." <m • — T>vo miles a day is the average growth of Texas railroads. The last published measure was 6,200 miles in the state. Tiik production of Bessemer steel iu the United States last year shows wonderful prosperity to that groat in- dustry. Of steel ingots there were produced I ,G 3(5.400 tons and of steel rails 1,334,349. V If the filth and slops from yards and kitchens must bo conveyed into the streets, c*uld it not be carried a few inches beyond the width of the sidewalk? Or beyond the line where the sidewalk ought to be? •7-" A / % r IV ta' i V (jALVKSTOn'b credit is not so bad after all. The American Loan and Trust company says it can float her bonds at 6 per cent, interest. Even 95 on 6's will be bett...

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

/ 1 < I 1 MP >K daily democrat. terms of subscription. daily : Dally, per copy, - * " " * 7r® One month, - Jjlr. Three mouths, - *•"}' Mix months. * ••J" One yeur, - ",w weekly. We«kly, one copy, six montly, - 60 One copy, one year, - - - J.00 No subscription received for less than elx months for the weekly. A SOUTHERN ROMANCE. "Why Mr. Porte Ran Away with Another Man's Wife and Children. A dispatch from Atlanta, Ga., save : A sensational 'and romantic case has Just been brought to light on the issuing of a warrant by Governor Stephens on the requisition of the governor of South Carolina lor the arrest of II. G.Porte. About twelve years ago Porte moved from Marion county, South Carolina, and settled near Palmetto, this state, lie was accompanied by a woman who was supposed to be his wife, and by two boys presumed to be their children, lie proved to be a man of industry, and won the good opinion of his neighbors, who refused to believe in his guilt when the sherirt arrived with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 3 February 1883

v :^hKSBB^«k.1S nwyyun 'i/^V ■ lflSS88l(^#tSS4^^^AmE5K!; >■ - - .£ ..• • . !* ' ■ .''MB • IBl^''- . ■" ':& y. s$"'p'''$%' ' ? '# srI -. >J® mmffiBHsMmmm* * mm^hn&au .-•: •./ ; . . . ,>;, \? ■,„ > ,• mwmi ■ "' >"■■■ ■ ■ III. ■■■■ — Vj ■ ■ ?te • • i • . ' * ,i ,. '■ /■' . V"'v''';" •',■* !t v ' ) ; ■' ."' ''' , jt ' ,, ' - ' : —— m •/ — r- )AY, FEBRUARY 3, 1883. lEBias. inscription—20cent* per week, invariably in advance. Weekly $1 p«r year. Advertisements—One inch one week. $1.00; one inch one month, $.<(.0(1; two inches one month, $5.00. Larger advertisements at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertions cents; % ■ i > Jr'' irfP Entered at the posttffice at Fort Worth, Texas, as yccond-clnss mail matter. CITY ELECTION. fou marshal. We are authorized to announce Geo. W. Ilill, our old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing Election.. We are authorized to announce H. A ("Heck") Thom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 5 February 1883

; -w; •! Jsl I i ■ 13 f ' ', L* W: THE DAILY AMD COUNTY DIBBOTORT Xialittrikl «ad Polio* Direc- tory of Tarrant County. &UtH'ct Judge—A. J. Hood. County Judge—R. K. Beckham. District Clerk—J. M. Hartsfleld. Countv Clerk—John F, 8wayne. 8Mtf-\V. T, Maddox. U Deputy SherlHB—R. H. Tucker, G. W. Weir, W. p. Thomas. County Attorney—W. S. Pendleton Codnty Treasurer—J. B. Boyd. County Tax Collector—Frank Elliaton. County Tax Assessor— W. D. Hall. County Surveyor—G. M. Williams. • Commissioners—B. F. Latimer, pre- eiaet No* Is L. H. Stephens, precinct No. 2; John Terrell, precinct No. 8; T. B. Maddox, precinct No. 4. , Justices of the Peace—Sam Furman, John F. Zlnn, precinct No. 1; E. E. Ban- kin, precinct No. 2; S. Cowan, precinct N . 3; L. W. Jones, preelnet .No. 4; Jas. ~ , precinct No. 6; M. Ben- eolnct No. (t; J. E. Hickman, No, 7; T. B. Hultt, preelnet W. B. Hale, precinct No. 1. CITY MKKCTORYt Mayor—J. Jr. Smith. .Recorder—Henry fetid* vlty Attorney—Robert kfn, precinct H? Smith ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 5 February 1883

;Y DEMQCRAT. rUBLISHICD BY TM :rat prinung company CAREY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. Saundihs, - Business Manager. |!ONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1883. Col. Howabd S. Inoersoll enters "suit in Now York, in Kings county supreme court against the Sun Print- ing and Publishing company, and against the New York Illustrated Times for $00,000 each for libel. The Sun published a long account of his being horse-whipped by Mis.s Freeman, telling how she threw red pepper in his eyes, and then applied the lash drawing blood at every stroke. This article appeared December 18th, 1880. On the 1st of January following, the Illustrated Times reproduced the story, accompanied by a wood cut depicting the affair. The papers declined to re- tract. His business has suffered from the publication. Falsehoods were published. Mr. Ingersoll has ferreted out the histery of the woman, her mai- den name was Ellen May Stanley. She lived with a merchant, Freeman, in London in 1876, forged his check for £2,000; left with a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 5 February 1883

jsr" f N t I i t , * DAILY DEMOCRAT. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. daily : r>aily. per copy, - One month, - Three months, - Six months. - One year, - WEliKI.Y. ^Weekly, one oopy, fix months, One oopy, ®n® J®**' ' — No subscription received for less than six months for the weekly. $ 6c 75c 2.00 :i.no 0.00 •50 1.00 say wn< THE LAND PROBLEM. Qlbtoa' Speeoh in the Sena'« on the House Bill Taking Certr'-n Public Lands off the Ma-'ket. E B Mr. Gibbs said: The house, com- osed of four times our number, have ^y a large majority passed this bill taking the lunds out of th® market, and I am for an immediate ratification of their acts, for time is the essence of this legislation. The senator from Parker is very violent in his opposition to tliis policy, but those of the people who are disinterested and understand the pres- ent law are praying this legislutme io deliver them rrom the hands of spec u- lators. . The statute in force Is deflolent in toiany particulars, and whatever it may be in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 5 February 1883

;y Democrat. FEBRUARY 5, 1888. 9 TKRMS. koacrintion- 2u cents per week, invariably * L advance. Weekly II per year. Irriisenieni s—One inch one week. *1.00; I inch one month, >3.00; two inches j month. $5.00. Larger advertisements r^ptcial rates. _ , , Al /at Notice*—I'er line, first Insertion, 10 Fenti; each subsequent insertion6 cents; - Entered at the posteflloe at Fort Worth, Texas. as second-class mail mutter. CITY ELECTION. for marshal. We are authorized to announce G$o. W. Hill, ouv old ciy engineer, aa a can- didate for Cl.y Marshal at the ensuing election. We are authorised to announce II. A. ^'Heck'M Thomas aa a candidate for city manhal. Election In April, 1883. We are outhorized to annouuce Jake jtitrirle 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 election. We are authorized to announce the name of George W. Weir as a candidate for the off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 6 February 1883

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. .1 kl1 b"! 0 i "VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6,1883. NO. 72 CITY AND COUNTY DIRECTORY Judicial,. Ministerial and Police Direc- tory of Tarrant County. District Judge—A. J. Hood. County Judge—R.K. Beckham. District Clerk—J. M. Hartslield. County Clark—John F. Swayne. Sheriff—W.-'IV Maddox. Deputy Sheriffs—R. H. Tucker, G. W. "VVeir, W. P- Thomas. County Attorney—VV. S. Pendleton Countv Treasurer—J. B. Boyd. County Tax Collector—Frank Elliston. County Tax Assessor—VV. D. Hall. County Surveyor—G. M. Williams. Commissioners—B. F. Latimer, pre- cinct No. Is L. H. Stephens, precinct precl No. 2; John Terrell, precinct No. 3; T. B. Maddox, precinct No. 4. " Justices of the Peace—Ham Furman, John F. Zinn, precinct No. 1; JO.E.Kan- kin, precinct No. 2; S. Cowan, precinct No. 3; L. W. Jones, precinct No. 4; Jas. II. Smith, precinct No. 5; .1, M. Ben- brook, precinct No. (i; J. E. Ilickman, precinct No. 7; T. B. Huitt, precinct No. 8. • • Constable—W. B. Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 6 February 1883

Democrat. fubmsbkd BT THM iOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY LREY w. STYLES, - - Emtob, j. Saonpkm, - Business Manager. Tuesday, February g, 1883. The commissioner of patent# re- ports 20,518 patents filed last year, the fees on which netted $1,009,219 to the treasury. ^ It is stated that the Union Iron and Steel company of Chicago, tfas weighted down with judgments f amounting to over $1,000,000, and yet is given out that the suspension is •illy temporary. m « m Senator WiNDoat't retirement will cause but few regrets in America, un- less it be that the colored "population shall mourn the loss of ft friend who wanted to colonize them in an ice- bound territory of the west. m • m> The American "standing" army is kow estimated at 6,800,000 men. At fny rate that is the available militia arce, and the country has ample t>f that it is the best and most re- ^le military force in the world. *The committee appointed to inves- tigate Treasurer Vincent's defalcation % found the facts about as he s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 6 February 1883

j": DAILY DEMOCRAT. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY! pally, per copy, One month, Three months, Six month*. One year, $ So 75o 3.00 3.50 6.00 WMKI.f. Weekly, one copy, si* months, One copy, one yeur, No subscription received for less than x months for the weekly. 60 1.00 tlx GEORGIAN'S OPINION OP TEXAS. Mr. S. M. Inman of Atlanta Plants at Houston and is Interviewed by the Constitution. month ago by 200.000 bales. I do not now think the total will go ubove (!,- 000,000 bales. Teocus has raised the largest crop she erer grew, but she will not be able to gather it." Mr. Inman is in excellent health and was very much refreshed by his trip. He says that with the exception or a few uays, his party rode through the state with the windows of their car up, and found the air as balmy as that of a May morning. More Pensions. Speaking of the bill to pension all per- sons who served thirty days in the Mex lean campaigns, "What war or any of the early Indian the Chicago Tribune says: theory of gover...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 6 February 1883

^Democrat. locEsn AY, FEBRUARY 6, 1883. TEKMS. La WRY W.'ptioiv—1JU cents per week, invariably ir"** Anoe. Weekly $1 per year. ^ . J. BACN ..(,melllg__oiiei,H li one week, $1.00, -inch one month. two inches ' month. $.5.00. Larger advertisements I'UESDtiptcial rates. ... "v,.«i. «-Per line, first insertion, 10 ■ —;ents; each subsequent insertion 5 cents; Thi- por Entered at th« postefflce at Fort Worth, i lVxufc. as second-class mall matter. CITY ELECTION. we for marshal. We are authorized to announce Geo. W. Ilill. out old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomaa as a candidate for city marshal. Election In April, 1883. We are authorized to announce JaVf.. Ricifle aa Vcandidate for marshal "water Fort Worth. Election April. 188j| We ore authorized to annottBoe th.. Hiune of W. M. Rea as candidate for the office of .city marshal at the coming i election. . We are authorized to announce the name of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 7 February 1883

I. m* THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. I I i w vol; i. fort worth, texas, wednesday, february 7,1883. NO. 73 CITY,AND COUNTY DIRECTORY Judicial, Ministerial and Police Direc- tory of Tarrant County. prec No. District Judge—A. J. Hood. Countv Judge—It. E. Beckham. District Clerk—J. M. Hartstield. County Clerk—John P. Swayne. Sheriff—VV. T. Maddox. Deputy Sheriffs—It. II. Tucker, G. W. Weir, W. P- ThomaB. County Attorney—W. S. Pendleton County Treasurer—J. 1$. Boyd. County Tax Collector—Frank Elllston. County Tax Assessor—W. D. Hall. County Surveyor—0 . M. AViUiams. Commissioner's—B. P. Latimer, pre- cinct No„ 1: L. II. Stephens, precinct No. 2; John Terrell, precinct No. 3; T. B. Maddox, precinct No. 4. Justices or the Peuce—Sam Furman, John P. Zlnn, precinct No. 1; E E. Kan- kin, precinct No. 2; S. Cowan, precinct No. 3; L. W. Jones, precinct No. 4; Jas^ II. Smith, precinct No. 5; J. M. Ben- brook, precinct No. (5; J. E. Hickman, areclnct No. 7; T. B. Huitt, precinct , 8. Constable—W. B. Hale, p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 7 February 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT, • published bv thb DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - Kditob, W. J. Sacxdku, - Business Manager. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1883. When the Dallas Herald and Fort Worth Gazette kiss and make friends, the ^Democrat speaks for reserved Beats. It is said that the railroad lobby will not foreclose their mortgage on the legislature until the last week of the session. ' m e * Dorset is not yet in the peniten- tiary, though he has scooped up several millions belonging to the in- dustrious tax-payers. 1 m ■ i Tom Ochiltree is still a national character. The Washington corres- pondents have nominated him for chief hostler at Arthur's wedding. — ^ Those trying to boom Grant's nom- ination for another term should or- ganize a literary bureau and flood the country with Guiteau's death ch'ant. ^ e ^ The Republican majority in con gress have turned tariff legislation into as contemptible a corner as the 8, to 7 commission turned the nation in 1876. ^ e ^'ii The Washington co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 7 February 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT, - X <k TERMS OF SUUSC1UPTIOX. DAll.Y : Daily, per copy, - - - - $ 5c One month, - - - 75o Three months, - - - - 2.00 Six months. - - - 3.50 One year, ... - - (j.00 WBini/r. Weekly, ono copy, six months, - CO One copy, one yeur, - 1.00 No subscription received for less than six months for the weekly. WHISKY AND THE BANKS. A Member of the "Third House'' Tells Where the Shoe Pinches, And Presents a Startling Array of Facts and Figures, Showing' Where the Spir- its in Bond Are Held and by Wh,om-The Whisky Relief Bill Lobby Fearful of Defo&t in the Housto. The pressure upon congress to pass the whisky bill is hourly intensifying, and from the interest, taken in it by business men generally, it is evident that others besides the distillers and dealers are on the anxious seat. JS early every board of trade in the country has passed resolutions asking congress to puss the pending bill, and the banks in all the large centres of trade are bringing their influence to bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 7 February 1883

w \bl< * < Daily Democrat. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 188.'l. I 1KRMB. Subscription*^'cents per week, invariably in advance. Weekly *1 per ypar. Advertisements—One mch one ; one inch one month. W OO; two inches one month. $3.00. Larger advertisements Lec^NoUo "-Per line, first insertion 10 cents; each subsequent insertions cents; Entered at the ppst«fflce at Fort. Worth, Texas, as second-class mail mutter, CITY ELECTION. for marshal. Wa are authorized to announce Geo. rv will, our old city engineer, as a can- didate fir 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 Port 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 -election. We are authorized to announce the name of George W. Weir as a candidate for the office of ci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 8 February 1883

V THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. a TOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8,1883. NO. 74' CITY AVTt COUNTY DIRECTORY Judicial, Ministerial and Polloe Direc- tory of Tarrant County. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, their four District Judge—A. J. Hood. Countv Judge—R. E. Beckham. District Clerk—J. M. Hartsfleld. County Clerk—John F. Swayne. Sheriff"—W. T. Maddox. Deputy Sheriffs-R. II. Tucker, G. W! Weir, W. P. Thomas. County Attorney—W. S. Pendleton CountV Treasurer—.!. B. Boyd. County Tax Collector—Frank Elllston. County Tax Assessor—W. D. Hall. County Surveyor—G. M. Williams. Commissioners—B. F. Latimer, pre- cinct No. 1; L. H. Stephens, precinct No. 2; John Terrell, precinct No. 3; T. B. Maddox, precinct No. 4. Justices or the Peace—Sam Furman, John F. Zinn, precinct No. 1; E. E. Ran- kin, precinct No. 2; S. Cowan, precinct No. 3; L. W. Jones, precinct No. 4; Jas. II. Smith, precinct No. 5; J. M. Ben- brook, precinct No. 0; .T. E. Hickman, precinct No. 7; T....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 8 February 1883

M \7 V" DAILY DEMOCRAT. fubluhso by tub DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - EDITOK, W. J. Saundkb*, - Business Manager. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1883. The trial of Neal and Craft is pro- gressing .this week at Grayson^ Ky., under the protection of four hundred armed militiamen. ^ e 'm The people and the press of New Orleans liavs treated Mrs. Langtry with dignified respect and fair criti- cism, just as the people of Charleston treated the Princess Louise. Oscar Wild said, on his return to London, "I admire America and Americans just as I would any other curiosity." In view of the fact that Americans tolerated him solely as a curiosity, we should not complain that he reciprocated the emotional esti- luate. m (Senator Hill, of Colorado, says the corruption now prevailing in the Interior department is un- precedented, and that Secretary Teller is responsible for it. The country will probably have to stand it HilltlieSth of March, 1885, and even then a Polk or a Vincent might .o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 8 February 1883

■SriMttUMlMMm -tm K ■i ( * DAILY DEMOCRAT, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY : Dally, per copy, One month, « Three months, Six months. One year, • $ Be 75c - 2.00 3.50 - 6.00 wwuu/r. Weekly, one copy, lx months, • 60 One copy, one year, • 1.00 No subscription received for less than •ix months for the weekly. Ntw; schedule. T. A P.—BOUND WEST. Ho. 1 Mail and Express arrives 10:1® r. u. ffo. 1 " A ldaves - 10:30 '* Arrives at 151 Puso at 8:30 a. m., second morning. HOUND EAST. No. 4 Muil and Express arrives 5:0# a. m. No. 4 " •' leaves 5:15 " M. P.—BOUND NORTH. ,, Mo.'P No. 154 express arrives 10t20p. in Mo. P. No. 154 express leaves - 7:30 j ia T. dC P. VIA SHERMAN. No. S2 express leaves - - • - 5:30 a.m. No. SI express arrives * - * 9:40 p.m. M. —BOUND SOUTH. No. 153 Express arrives • - 5:10 n. TL. No. 153 Express leaves • • • 7.30 . in. ( rj tr. * . u. M il leaves - - 6 a.m. arrives 2:25 p. m, o.. c a b. r. Express arrives ... f):45p. in, Express leuves ... - 0:15 a.m. Mixed arrives ......

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 8 February 1883

■ ft*)1 I* p ■ ■' ~r ■ *T J^Mily Democrat. Randall A Chambers Co., are clearing out their winter stock of goods, and ) !V" < THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1883. 1UBMS. (Subscription—-2u cents wer week. invariably in advance. Weekly *1 per year. Advertisements—One inci) one week,$1.00; one inch one mouth, two inches one month. $6 00. Larger advertisements Lwai^N'otices—Per line, first insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertion 5 cents; Entered at the postolfloe at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mail matter. CITY ELECTION. for maushai.. 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 aa a candidate for city marshal. Election In April, 1883. We are authorized to announce Jake Riggle 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 comi...

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