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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 January 1883

r.' r.. ■. oO <*> \ o V O -vtl Democrat. csyaaces / 'V ypL. l • o FCmr WORTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1883. 'HO. 60 FIRST NATIONAL BANK TtATTnrnnM . vn eiv^vn UTrPU'lV on CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fort Worth, Texas. $100,000 20,000 D. C. Bennett, Vice President; George .luck- CAPITAL, •URPLU8, - I - - Omcni-M. B. Loytl, President ho, Cashier. OiiMtcTORft—Qodwln, Jas Watklns, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jus D Keed, D C Ben ^ett, J QBandldge. BANKING BUSINESS. 25 CENT COLUMN This column will be 'Appropriated to 'Wants," "For Sale,'' "'lo Kent." -Q-uind." "Lost," "Personal." andsuch *• advertisements as cap be con- de. '.into live lines or less, for which 25 c"< only will be charged for one in- sertii. <1 f>0 cents for three insertions. For en 'iltional line above live lines, fiye cen TRANSACT A GENERAL m./ h: THIS SPACE BELONGS TO <\t, W JL IsT The Wholesale Toy Man T lV y«, Better Toys and Cheaper Toya thmr any other man intlie city, Also a fine stock of Ca...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 January 1883

I DA^Y DEMOCRAT7 A WBMMIKD BY THE PEMOCWOT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - EDITOK, J. SaCnDkiWi - Business Manager. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1883. the patents issued tliia week Ss one for a toy pistol to a St. Louis man. ■ e w The report of Mr. D. C. Stone to the Galveston Cotton Exchange is mat- ter of interest to the railroad officials, shippers and merchants. The subject of his investigations deeply concern the whole country. PERTINENT QUESTIONS AN- SWERED. Were Jerome Bonaparte an Ameri- can citizen he would be adjudged a crank and allowed to go free. In France he is looked upon as a danger- oila pretender and' is arrested, iw- prisoncd and exiled. The eupposition that the British ship "Pride of the Ocean" was blown up by dynamite grew partly out of the fact that the wreckage strewn from Harwich to Aldeburg is in exceeding small piecea, and that a case contain- ing dynamite was found by a coast guard. The ship was bound from Hamburg to New York. mum The columns of the leading...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 January 1883

u f DAILY DEMOCRAT. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. daily: bully, per copy, - -• - - $ Bo One month, .... 75o Thre* months, - 2.00 Six months. - 3.50 One year, 0li*M WEKKI.Y. WetSiy, one copy, six months, - 50 One copy, one year, - - - 1.00 No subscription received for less tbun six months for the weekly. BAXLKOAD DISCRIMINATIONS. beginning, contending with the agents of spinners, and the result ha* entailed losses which many will never recover. There is an uncertainty a ad want of uniformity in rates that greatly dissat- isfy the average shipper, as they all feel that the largest gets the lowest rate. With the representatives of the mills and the agents of exporters throughout the interior, and the prospective in- crease of compresses ; with every ad- vantage in shipping direct, terminal charges of every kind at Galveston must be greatly reduced, or the end of the consignment business is in the near future. In the city of Dallas the entire cotton trade is in the hands of buyers. Mer- chants...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 January 1883

fv • • ' -' V --J r . ' wr -> \ / / ! * iQ: h; f i> Democrat. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1883. 1KB MB. Bubserlpli w—2U cen t s per wvek, invariably in advance. Weekly II per year. Advertisements—One Inch one week. $1.00, , one inch one month, 3.00 ; two inches one month. $fl.OO. Larger advertisements at sptciai rates. . ' Local Notices—Per line, first insertion, 10 cents; eaeh subsequent insertions cents; Entered at the postafflce at Fort Worth, vI>Xfli. u second-claw mail matter. OXTY ELECTION. FOB MARSHAL. W« 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 flty marshal. Election in April, 1883. We are authorized to announce Jake merle as a candidate for marshal of Port Worth. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the fcame of W. M. Bea as candidate for the office of city marshal at the coming •lection. We are authori...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 January 1883

•s iih l ✓ .. t f ' x> CO The CD O fcT V. 1 fl VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1883. NO. 60 FIRST NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fort Worth, - - ^ • - Texas. CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, ' * I • - • * 20,000 Ofkicrkb-M. B. Loyd, President; D. C. Bennett, Vice President; George Jack- mo, Cashier. Directors—Godwin, Jas Watkins, Geo Jackson, M B Ijoyd, Jai D Reed, D C Ben- nett, J Q Sandidge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. THIS SPACE BELONGS TO OK IE±- "W -A- 3sT T , The Wholesale Toy Man H* has more Toy#, Better Toys and Cheaper Toys tbau any other man in the city, Also a line Btock of Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fire Works ! A. M.Britton, President, John Nicliols, Vice President, S. W. Lomnx, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OF FORT WORTH. Capital and Surplus, . - $165,000.00 a rkqvub basking business in all its branched transacted. Exchange bought and sold and collections made on «11 accessible points. Draw sight exchange on England, Ireland, Fra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 January 1883

t \. \V v v. t ^ > \ 7 h'S >y N* s* DAifcv democrat. =* M'^.ISUKD BY the DEMOCRAr PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - Emtok, W. J. Sackdkrs, - Business Manager. MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1883. The Democrats have several times lost by blunders, but it is reserved for the Republicans to go down under forgery and fiaud. New York sat down on a forged telegram with 200,- 000 majority against the forgers and Folgers. Massachusetts will illustrate the axiom that history repeats itself. Logan seems to have cut loose from Grant and Arthur, andh as he was already, afc outs with Conkling and Blaine, it is to bo in- ferred that he proposes to set up a little hell of his own. He is probably the only Republican in the O. O. P. who really covets the oppor- tunity of defeat in 1884. m ■ The supreme-coui't of Iowa, on the 18th, affirmed the decision of the lower court, declaring the prohibition amendment recently adopted by a vote of the people, irregular and void. All the points announced in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 January 1883

< DAILY DEMOCR A H"1 TERMS OF SUBSCJUPTIOX. daily : Dally, per copy, On* month, Threa months, Six months. On* year, • $ Be 5c 2.00 3.50 0.00 weekly. Weekly, one copy, six months, - 50 One copy, one yeur, - - - 1.00 No subscription received for less thun al* months for the weekly. The Arizona Indian. After facetiously disposing of the pa- thos and romance supposed to cluster around, above and beneath the Arizona Indian, the Los Angeles Herald thus practically and sensibly deals with the government's most troublesome pets and most diflicult problem : "Mexico was very adroit in disposing to the United States the area embraced under At "Gadsden purchase." A cor- don olM "«tection was thus thrown around ife—yrthern boundary, while its unsuspecting vendee became at once embarrassed with a horde of some thirty thousand brutal savages. Our govern- ment has already disbursed untold mil- lions in its ell'orts to subjugate these roaming and untameuhle monsters, •with an entailed legacy of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 January 1883

[ft?**** ■ i T ' 1 "5 . - v I • i'TA 'V-? Y,Y L ■\V •v V i? \ DaIlwmocrat, Monday; crr^fe JANUARY 22, 18«3. KKMS. eubscriptian-Sttcentsper week._lnvanab,y in Wceklv .* .1ai Advertisement#—On«■incliJ> eTwo inoUt^ one inch one month, | J.0U? Wp m< 111* oiie nioStb. $5.00. Larger advertisements liiTNoK-Perline. first insertion. 10 ^eut^ each subsequent {"sertlon 5 ccnt^; Entered at the post fflce at Fort Worth, *S2m Mflond-claM mail matter. 3t OITT SLEOTION. 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. W< are authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for city marshal. "Election in April, 188.1. We are authorized to announce Jake R(ggle as a candidate for marshal of Port Worth. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the mame of W. M. Kea as candidate for the office of city marshal at the coming election. We are authorized to announce the name of George W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 January 1883

I tf A CP The Democrat. g— v VOL. I FOllT WORTH, TEXAS] TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1883. o S Ncyii. FIRST NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Tort Worth, Texas. ofer CAPITAL, " * $100,000 SURPLUS, 20,000 Okkic*hb—M. B. Loyd, President; D. C. Bennett. Vice President; George Jack- son, Cashier. Dirvctoss—Godwin, Jas Watklns, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jas D Reed, D C Ben- ■*ett, J Q Sandldge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 25 CENT COLUMN ThiB 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 thi«e insertions. For each additional line above live lines, tiye cents.) THE CREAK OF THE NEWS. WANTED. t THIS SPACE BELONGS TO 331- W -A. 1ST \ The Wholesale Toy Man T He has more Toy r Better Toys and Cheaper Toys than any other man in the city, Also a fine stock of Candies, Fruits, Nats an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 January 1883

-\ I DAILY DEMOCRAT. £= jj- il'l'bi.i jgtfublmhxd by the democrat printing company CAREY W. STYLES, - - EDITOR, W. J. Saundbbs, - Business Manager. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2$ 1883. Senator Edmunds astonished the senate the other day by coming out flat-footed in favor of a government postal telegraph system. He proposes, however, to build new lines, which will dampen the ardor of the original champions of the system who proba- bly see* opportunities in pushing a bill to buy the 400,000 miles of telegraphy already in oporation ^ ■ _ . The Mexican troops continue to do good work among the Tehauntepec Indians. A battalion encountered a large force of the savages near Te- hauntepec on the 19th, and a desper- ate battle ensued. The Indians lost eighty killed and many wounded, an| the troops fifty killed including their lieutenant-colonel. The Indians were routed, but the victory was practically barren.. So far the Mexican troops have had better luck in catching up with the Indians than our Ameri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 January 1883

/ DMLY ■ DEMOCR i 1 I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT •10!*, DAILY: Daily, per cocy, - One month, - Three months, ... Six months. .... One year, - . $ 5c 75c - 2.UU 3.50 - c0.00 WJtKKLY. Weekly, one copy, six months, One copy, one year, - No subscription received for lc elx months for the weekly. 50 1.00 ss than Mew; Schedule. T. A P.—BOUND WEST. No. 1 Mad and Express arrives 10:t0 r. m. No. 1 " " leaves -10:30 " Arrives at Kl Paso at 3:30 a. in., second morning. bound east. Ko. 4 Mail iu d Express arrives 5:00 a. m. No. 4. " •' leaves 5:15 " M. P.—BOUND NORTH. Mo. P No. 154 express Hrrives 10:20p 11 Mo. P. No. 154 express leaves - 7 :i!0 j. la T. & P. VIA SHERMAN. 32 express leaves - - - - 5:30 a.m. 9:40 p.m. No. 32 express leaves - - - - 5: No. 81 express Arrives - - - 9: M. r.|—BCfcND'SOUTM. No. 153 Express fcrrivek . . 5. No. 153 Express • - • .7 f. wr* d. e. <i« frnt will t>e their Reward. So, In the ii.nj tiu^c of Ilonice CJrerly. the Demo- cratic party is "in a h—1 of a tlx,"— L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 January 1883

> "S30 '"tp # V' w © Ik ft . H ' i * i <a1 Jw$ ■*• "V' • ■<*'■ •5 -jS >* .i .e . Jr I*;'*' • '• \ ■ ■ f ■ fhjk "r? ■ i •*"' 1 ! ' s Da/ly Democrat. tubs JANUARY 23, 1883. Kit.US. MSnbaerlptlon--JJlicents per week. Invariably in advance. Weekly H Pl'r J'*®!/ tl f AiU —On© inch one et k, $1. ©. one inch one month. *3.00: two inches one month. to.OO. Larger advertisements UcuVNouUs-rer line, first insertion. 10 cents; each subsequent Insertion 5 centa; "Entered at the po?lattice at Fott Worth. ^Trxas. as oecond-ciasa wail matter. OITY ELECTION. An Exo&LUnt Balo. The Daily Dkhochat wm advu*d of for marshal. yft are authorized to announce Geo. yo Win, 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 marahal. Election in April. 1SSI. We are authorized to announce Jake : Rlmrle as a candidate for marshal of Port Worth. Election April, 1&3. We are authorized to a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 January 1883

J fi i \ c> M ! %-r > f r * © U iik. i Democrat. r f VOL"* ' ' * I J 1 * FORT WORTH, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1883. -<r NO. 62. FIRST NATIONAL BANK * doftflER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fort Worth, Texas. ^ [Hf. ii ' - - « « .i • • - - $100,000 SURPLUS, • i • - 20,000 Wd, ypMWent; D. C. Bennett, Vice President; George Jack- ■eon, Costlier. ,. . Dibkciokh—Godwin, Jas Wat king, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jag D Reed, d C Ben- **eU, J Q Sandidge. ( TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. • I I \ *7 >'V TfilS SPACE BELONGS TO <&i CvH. W A., N'T, The Wholesale Toy Man Ha lias more Toys, Better Toys and Cheaper4 Tpys than any other man ir **"3 r> ' in tll« c% Also a fine 8tock of I E M • # j: 5 . ':'' ■ - •:' I (j Canclies, Fruits, JYitts and Fire Works ! __i , *—■. « ■ — A. M. Brltt.on, President, John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Lomax, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK «" O F F O ft T WORTH. ital and Surplus, . - $165,000.00 bsuiiuinaui1s branches transacted. Exchan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 January 1883

DAll¥ DEMOCRAT, ==^F pl'i jblishzl) by the DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. Sackdkbs, - Business Manager. WEDNESDAY, JANUAEX 24,1888. On Sunday evening a new comet, near Jupiter, was seen from the ob- servatory in Pueblo. Da. Ed. H. Knight, the author of Knight's American Mechanical Dic- tionary, and other literary work* and . valuable compilations, died at Belle- fontaine, Ohio, on the night of the 22iL —i «m • —1 The marriage of a mulatto to a Mexicau woman in Chihuahua on Monday* night created Buch indigna- tion among the countrymen that they ordered the negro to leave the place, when he drew a knife and killed a Mexican. ■ ■ m The city of Chihuahua is having a lively time. Numbers of most daring robberies are committed from the hbnae and on the highway by night and by day. Eight jobberies are re- ported in an evening. From Paris, the death of the great French painter and designer, Gustave Dore, is announced. He belonged to Paris—his pictures to the wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 January 1883

< 1 %. V 0 a <!) Tr- ass O — * I ?: ^ i i>i- iViuUX\A 1. TERMS OP1 SUBSCRIPT I OX. daily: Daily, per copy, One month. • Three months, Six months. One year, $ 5c 5o 2.00 3.50 6.00 50 1.00 WEEKLY. Weekly, one copy, six months, One copy, one year, . - No subscription received for less than abMuonlhs for tlie weekly. OLD-TIME POLITICS. The Origin of Political Fhrasea-"Roor- baoka" — "Canards" — ''Looofoooa" "•wartwouta"~"Tothe Vic- iora B alone the Spoil*, Etc. The branding of tales assumed to be false in political contests as "roorbacks" owes its origin to a publication in the Albany Evening Journal, then, if mem- ory serves us, edited by the late Thur- low Weed. Mr, Polk was then the Dcmooratlc candidate for president, and was the ownaLof a small number of slaves, as was also Henry Clay, his oppouent. To show how bad and bru- tal a master Mr. Polk was, the Albany Journal published a lengthy extract from the travels of Ilerr Roorback, an emi- nint German professor, in the Unit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 January 1883

V • '-"ft i ' • % 1 I Vj i 1 .. I / C&W-5 O DAffiY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1883. 1IRM8. «uLi.criptloi^2uccn«HPerwwk -invariably m advance. Weeklj II P®' C1 ^ A dver ti aeuif nt«~On e (iich one week ♦ $ ^ nn« inch one month, 93.00, two inciien Sne month. *5.00. Largor Advertisements 1 Mul^o^fce'-Per lin«. first Insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertion6 centa'. Entered at the postefflce nt Fort Worth, Tffxai. as second-class mail matter. CIT* EXACTION. VOU 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 lire authorized to announce II. A. /"Heck") Thomas as a candidate for ■city marshal. Election in April, 18H.I. We are authorized to announce Jake nitride as a candidate for marshal or SrtWorth. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the •mame of W. M. Rea as candidate for the office of -city marshal at the coming election. -J We are authorized to announce the name o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 January 1883

t <1 s RAT. vf * f •-{- / M f «* . J VOL. I. FOIiT WOKTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1883. NO. 64: FIRST NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fort Worth, a. Texas. $100,000 20,000 C. Bennett, Vioe President; George Jack- CAPITAL, .... SURPLUS, 1 OiTFiCRto— M. 8. Loyd, Preeideht; D, son, Cashier. DiRBCTtfBs-^Godwln, Jas ^jfjifkins, Geo Jackson, 51 B Loyd, Jas D Reed, D C Ben- nett, J Q Sandidge. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 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 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, flye cents.) WANTED. A. MvBrltton, President, John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Lomax, Cashier. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OF FORT WORTH. WANTED—By a widow with no In- cuinberances, board in a flrst-class pri- vate house o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 January 1883

L.—. .,-r. a|L jfcL ~ c V vX rvv~ \ 7 DAILY DEMOCRAT. published by tub DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - EDITOR, W. J. Saunders, - Business Manager. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26,1883. "Oub mutual friend," mon, a veteran lobbyist John Har- still in the flesh, testifies to receiving $5,000 from the gas company of Washington for his aid to defeat legislation adverse to the company, between the years 187o and 1878, money paid him by John Bailey, at the house of representatives. Bailey ie now under investigation. Booth is well received in Germany. He is playing Shakespeare's tragedies to immense audiences and is winning golden laurels. No English speaking actor has ever made such a hit in Ger- many. At Berlin ihe was called be- fore the curtain eighteen times dur- ing his rendition of Lear. iiM ■ The state of Maine has been trying to run her criminal matters with the death penalty laft out, but she finds it no good, and is now taking steps to restore the gallows. The truth is, the gal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 January 1883

i f f + IC K i i' i'All Dully, per copy, One month. Three months, Six months. On® year, - * 6c 75c 2.00 3.50 0.00 WEEKLY. Weekly, one copy, six months, * 60 One copy, one yeur, - - - 1.00 No subscription received for less than six months for the weekly. Sustaining His Character. A horse-cur was proceeding up Slmw- mut avenue on Saturday afternoon, and among its freight of precious human lives It bore six young men, all tore- proachubV.v dressed, to their own mlndB at leust, of. engaging personal appear- ance. Buneheu up in a corner, also, was a man whose linen and complexion gave color to the opinion that he was engaged In the plastering trade, and whose features indicated that he was of Hibernian extraction. The car was crowded and bumped along slowly, and presently tlieie en- tered a young woman of consideiable charm of features, and looked about for a seat. Instantly the plasterer and the six elaborately adorned young men got lip and in one breath tendered her the choice of seven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 January 1883

T mm*, j.m mir- ,,U, V / 0. £ w • P: l Nr , • , v: Vrt y~ I \ • -i ' - > N ."s. ;r« l : I ( Ml ' ^ Daily b I . ^5 ■ . M r . I I ! i I Y-. l t- •f, I )■ f i tei. J f jSKs mh * i w ■ <* : . ■ttaS ' k~ ■l \r FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1883. I'■ r ^ ' L-W X-lr . ..vy . ' Efcfrf V , \ it***,., it 1KRMS. Subscription—2Uceii w per week. Invariably in advance. Weekly $1 per yeur. Advertisements—One mcb one week, *1.00, oncincli one month. *100; two inches one month. *5.00. Larger advertisements Local'NoUces^-Per line, first insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertions cents, Entered at the poatefflee at Fort Worth, Texas. as second-class mail 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 election. We are authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for city marshal. Flection in April, 1883. We are authorized to announce Jake Riggle as a candidate for marshal of Forf Wo...

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