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

***yA ij MfeHMiSl att rn DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1883. N0.120 CHAS. H. FRY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER and dealer in FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC HOUSTON STREET, POUT WORTH - - - TEXAS. m y, \/ CALL AND EXAMINE THE LATEST SPRING STYLES BCQTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED -AT- LEWIS BROTHERS & 00. * STAB * SHOE * STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Tesas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS. FORT WORTH, - - - TEXAS. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, $100,000 30,000 Dirkctok8--M B Loj'd, Gee Jackson, J) C Bennett, Zane Cett', J S Godwin, S B Burnett. J I) Reed. , THE CITY NATIONAL BANK > O RT WORTH, PAID U CAPITAL V - SURPLUS, TEXAS. $150 000 19,000 All matters pertaining to conservative bunking receive prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. President, A. M. B1MTTON. Vice-President, .IN ). NICHOLS. Cashier. 8. W. LOW AX. J. W. ALDERMAN, o^EiC2a:-A.3^rxc, BLACKSMITHINS. FOiJG NG, HORSE SHOEI...

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

" if H ' i \mV;' I , J ■fM it W'^i ;,i 14 S" ./ I I ■ fir ih r DAILY DEMOCRAT. published by tbc DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, * * Editor, W. J. &avxdbb8, - Business Manager. TUESDAY. APRIL tf. 1883. Ohio bob* op serenely in quest of tbo vacant postmaster generfeicy. Charley Foster and Bon Butterworth are the iavoritb sons. Th* passed but the lower bouse sat down on the measure without a dissenting voice. New York state senate a press gag law last week, Thb handsome and amiable sttor- ney general of the United States has, seemingly, as ranch capacity for making an ass of himself as any gen tleman of modern times. The Star route trial is turning out a crop of liars, not equalled in Wash- ington since Agnes Jeoks and tbe lamented Louisiana returning board retired from public life. JuooiNa from the tone of tbe Georgia newspapers, Acting Gover- nor James S. Boynton will receive the Democratic nomination to snc ceed Governor Stephens. • m Thb Washington Critic says: "When...

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

4- Uk Mm DAILY DEMOCRAT. TEAMS or SCBSCKIFTION. daily: D ily, j*r oopy, * • fo <>ii* month 7So Tlir*e mouth*. .... 2.OH Six raonlhi, 2.60 S..0 _ WMfLT. Waekly, oat C"py, ilz mouth*, On* •r i>y — u *>i j, oiw y# r, . . . No subscription received for 1* mouth* for tli* Weekly. BDn 1.00 1*m tbaa six New Schedule. T. * P —BOUND WI T No 1 Mull and bxpre-e arrive* *o. 1 V •• f 1«UVM Arrlra* tt K1 Pa«o at S:3U a. m., lag. __ , ROUND SAHT. N«. 4 Mail Express arrive* No. 4 " «■ •" leaves _ H. P.-BOUND NOItTH. Ma. P. w0. 1.14 Nipreas arrives Ma. P. Mo. 154 Express leave* T. a P. IU SHERMAN. No. ?2 Expres* leave* .... No. VI ExpresH arrivv* . . . . M. P —BO"ND SOUTH. No 153 Expraaa arrive* . . . No. I d Express leaves . . y. w. a o. c. Mall leave* " ari've* , JkcoeuinioUaliou leave* . . ■ " air ve* . . . WO p. M . 10:31 •• second morn- 6.00 a. m. , 6:18 " lft;20 p. m. 7:J0 ,>. ni. 6:SO a. W:40 p. Exnress arrives, Kxi>r«ss lewv s, Mixed arrve* Mixed la van . c. a s. r. MO a. m...

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

Ill DEMOCRAT DAILY s I I ' J I1 / I . ■> ■mm Entered at the poet«ft1c« at Port Worth, Texas, as second class mall matter. TUESDAY.. APRIL 3.188.1. CITY ELECTION. CITY ENGINEER. The D'toooimt is authorized to on hounce J. J. Kane as a candidate for Citv Engineer, at the ensuing election. April 3, 1883. The Democrat 1b authorized to an- nounce the name of E. K. Smoot as a candidate for city engineer at the en- suing city election. city treasurer. The Democrat, is authorized to an nounce the name of George Mulkey as a candidate, of citv treasurer, at the en- suing city election. The Democrat is authorized to an- nounce the name of Mr. John Nichols as a candidate for city treasurer, at the ensuing city election. fob alderman. The Democrat is authorized to an- hounce the name of J. L. Tyler as a can- didate for alderman from the First ward, at the ensuing city election. Election April 3rd, 1881. The Daily Democrat is authorized to announce the name of Dr. .T. It. Adams as a candidate ...

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

DAILY DEMOCRAT. "VOL. I. FORT WORTH. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1883. Li NO. 121 CHAS. H. FRY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, anil dealer in FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC HOUSTON STREET, TORT WORTH - . ■ TEXAS. •i CALL AND EXAMINE 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. FORT WORTH, CAPITAL, SURPLUS, TEXAS, $100,000 30,000 Directors--m B Loyd, Ges Jackson, I) C Bennett, Ziue Celt!, J s Godwin, SB Bur lieu, J D Hoed. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT PAID IIP CAPITAL - SURPLUS, - - - TJEXA^. " - $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. BRIT TON. Vice-President, JN ). NICHOLS. ' Cashier. S. W. LOMAX. J. W. ALDERMAN, ^d!E:c23:^.isric, BUCKSMITKIHS. F0RG NG, K0RSE SHOEING. Wign, Spring kb, Maps and E...

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

*sT ft! a VI Kfr if 111 | I M\\ 41 i / '••'fr 1 1 DAILY. DEMOCRAT. published by thk DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CA REV W. STYLES, - - Editor. yv. ,1. Sacnders. - Business Manager WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. 1883. Thb New York Republicans arc making a desperate attempt to patch up tboir quarrels and live together in peace. The old watchword of pub- lie plunder has still charms for them. It is a wonder the English govern' ment don't ask our Uncle Freling huyson to suppress that Irish con- vention, to take place in Philadelphia in a few weeks. Anywhere in Vic toria's realms they would make short Work of it. The Apaches have killed nearly thirty people in Arizona and New Ifexico within two weeks, and the gallant contingent of the United States army on the ground has suc- ceeded in capturing one dyspeptic old Chiricaahua squaw. If we are not proud of our army we should be. ■ m The News's New York special of of the 2d says: "It is ascertained that Mr. Gould owns 112,000,000 of the Missouri Pacific ...

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

DAILY DEMOCRAT. TKKM8 OF 8UB6CBITXXON. daily: P lly. per copy, ... . . • Ac On* month 7fic Thrre month*, .... t.&l SixmonUis, 3.60 Oas year, «. o _ . weekly. weakly, on* opy, lis months, . B(to *— 1.00 Oo* copy, on* year. No «nb*ortptlon r month* for tb* Weekly. tlon received for leu than six Wow Bohedulo. t. * p —bound *1' t. Ho 1 Mall and Expre s amtes ]0:H) p. u No. l •• •• • Uav«d . 10:1" •' Aril Yes at £1 Paso at 8:«i a. m., second morn- lug. 1 pound bast. y<ti 4 Wail nnd Express art Ires . 6 03 a. m. No,4 •« «• leaves . fc:l5 '• „ • m. p.- hound north. Mo. P. No. im N*i>ress arrives . He. P. No. 134 Exprtss l*dves , t. ft p. ■ ia bhkkm an. No. "2 Express leaves .... No. 81 Express arriv>* .... M. r —UO ND SOUTH. No lB3Expre«s arrives . . • Ne. 1j8 Expreas leaves . . i. w. k o. c. Mall leave* ... arrive* , , . ▲coeinmodallon lesves " air ves . . o. k *. r. . Express arrives, . Exi r 88 lesv s, . Mlxedarrves . , Mixed le ves .... 10:30 p. m. 7: JO p.m. 5:"0 a. m. U:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 4 April 1883

t $Bfif '• i 1 DAILY DEMOCRAT. I Wh i If; '"J* 111 « f: t V\h' til I :«s pofttafltoe at fort \V9rtl1. .1*88.111*11 mat t«rr. 0 IJIw TtCRMA. Subscrlptlon^-SO Wentf per week, ln- varlably in advance. Weekly $1 per year. - • •' Aavf*tl"eniei>tB--One inch ene week. S1.00; one inch one month. $3.00; two Inches one month, $5.00. Larger ad- . vertisements at special rate*. Local Notices—Per line. Drat insertion. ' 10 cents; each subsequent Insertion, & cents. _ „ ... _ ■ , , WEDNESDAY. APRIL 4.1883. LOCAL BREVITIES. nn very The public square presented a dull appearance this morning. The real estate market Is very quiet. There wert no deeds of transfer filed to-dsy. Mr. Wm. Folger, late pf New Orleans, but for some time past -located in Cisco, Is In the city. Theicounty court was convened at an early hour this morning and the crimi- nal docket taken up. The court house clock now gives the Standard time, by which the good peo- ple of Fort Worth.regulate themselves. . Mr. J. R. Keene, ...

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

i*til ■> \/ THE DAILY DEMOCRAT, "VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY EV"ENTN"G, APRIL 5, 1883. NO. 122 11 ■ I CHAS. H. FRY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, and dealer In IE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC Houston Street, 3TORT WORTS i| CALL A2TD EXAMINE THE LATEST SPRING STYLES —ix— BOOTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED AT LEWIS BROTHERS & CO. ★ STAB * SHOE * STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS. FORT WORTH, CAPITAL, SURPLUS, TEXAS. $100,000 . 30,000 Dnwcrt -M B Loyd, Oe* Jackson, D Burnett, J D Reed. C Bennett, Zane Celt), J S Godwin, S B THE CITY NATIONAL BANK - - TEXAS PORT WORTH. PAID UP CAPITAL SURPLUS, $150 000 10,000 All matters pertaining to conservative banking receive prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. President, A. M. BRIT TON. Vice-President, JN >. NICHOLS. Cashier. S. W. LOMAN. <3- J. W. ALDERMAN, BLACKSMITKING. FORGING, HORSE SHOEING. W&gMi, Spring Ms, Carriage:...

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

I i ill I ' I ,? ill; f v i;: j «a i] Pi ill a 'KM j;; |j f i • $Ii': ■ I m S 111 h I flti I <■ : 11 t * • If!/ ' '•*'* ¥ i' j % js; I f§ ■'¥S$ H ft v ?* DATLY DEMOCliAf. *B33£S3ESSS*GS£SB£SS!^^^^^ ,ti m mm.' 1'ublishkd bv thk; k Ij DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - * - Kmtoh. W. J. Sausdbks, - Business Manager. THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. Tom Oobitkeb don't propose that his salary shall remain long in Undo jgamoel'rt pocket after it is earned. He drew tho first installment yester- day. Tiifc ghost of the Jeannette dis- aster trill not down. The brother of Jerdttle Collins is bonnd to bring out all the facts connooted with that 111 starred tragedy. *' f ( ThjS way of the inlormer In Ire- land is hard. The latest advices from the unhappy isle report thp ex- ecution of two government wit-. nesscBjby popular fury. ■ ■ Michael Divitt, writes to a num- ber of young Icelanders at Glasgow, discouraging tho dynamite plan. Michael must have changed his mind without much ceremony. ...

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

DAILY DEMOCRAT. /K \/ TKItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. daily: per copy, <>n month, . , , . , Three months, , . , Si* month*, . . , . " ■One WIKKLY. JJ e«ljr. on# opy, fix luuutha, month* lor tlit Weekly. • lie M) ih ww-, v 100 tllAQ IllX mm New Schedule. „ T. 4 P —BOUND W 'T. No 1 Mall anil Lxpre t rri>e . 10:70 p. m Mo. 1 pave i . 10;* t " ArrWe* at K1 Pago at 8:30 a. m., second morn- *. _ HOUND EAHT. Ifo. 4 Mail and Kxpress anivee No. i «• •• <J i-.Tei l«ave* .. „ . it. P.-BOUND NOKTH. i !i°- m Nxfrew arrive* . Me. r. Me. 1M Exprr j learn . T. * P. TIA SMBSUAft. Ko. f2 Express leave* .... No. 81 Kxpreirt arrir#* .... m. p — do mo aouru. No 152 Express arrive* . . . No. 113 Exprea* leave* . . Mall learee . V* °'. . " arrive* , . . Accommodation leave* . . . " arv.ve* . . . . a., c. * a. Express arrives, Express leitV' *, Mixed arr vea . M ixeil leave* . >. . 5.00 a. m. Uli " 10:90 p.m. 7: 0|>, m. 6:"0 a. m. 9:40 p. m. 5:10u ni. 7: m a, in 9:S0 p. ip. 11 m. 7:00 a. m. 8:10 ...

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

' ( i f: ■M Sit] ill •if jj f'i ; fch 1 fi: m !( ' J. llf ' «• j r E / t g'f !V. I y|fi ' * ! ,t®, DAII^Y DEMOCRAT*. *= nrMOO at the postefflce at Fort Worth U V second-claw mail matter. CAREY W.J^f oents in advance. per week, In- Weekly $1 per tlsementa—One Inch one week -m>J; one Inch one month, $3.00; two hi ohea one month, $5.00. Larger ad- I: ertlsements at apeolal rates. S%jd Notices—Per line, first Insertion. jfO cents; each subsequent Insertion, 5 4l ' - =S THURSDAY, APRIL 5. 1883. Jt LOCAL BRJtVTTOB. Hie real estafe market la very 'dull to- day. The city tt rttfcCT quiet to-day. Among business circles btii little Is be- ing done. The general aentloiertt seems to be that the election was aa fair tis elections usually are. When a newspaper turn* 6 (if a two Inch extra it Is a ayre sign that it has been badly gouged. Mr. W. C. McFarfand, of Cleburne, wU in the city yesterday and made the Dkmocrat a pleasant call. The threatening weather had much to do to-day, very probably,...

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

V 2T.TTTir~Y~ nyrl ,li}lu 5 K , . f* • • DAILY DEMOCRAT. "VOL. I. fort Worth, texas, fiuda.y evening, april e, 1883. NO. 1123 - ;■ CHAS. H. FRY, ' PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, unci dealer in Flit JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC Houston street, 5"ORT WORTH - •J CALL AND EXAMINE —THE— LATEST SPRING STYLES -IX- BOOTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED LEWIS BROTHERS & 00. ★ STAB * SHOE * STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNElt OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS. !FORT WORTH, CAPITAL, SURPLUS, TEXAS, $100,000 30,000 OnuecTon«t--M B Loyd, Geo Jackson, D C Dennett, Zane Cett', J S Godwin, S B Burnett, J D Reed. 53 CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WORTH. PAID UP CAPITAL" - - 8UHPLUS, TEXAS. $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. BR IT I ON. Vice-Ptesldent, .IN ). NICHOLS. Cashier. S. W. LOMAX. J. W. ALDERMAN, G-EITEE A-Xj a^ECHAlTIC, BUCKSMITHIN3. FORGING, H...

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

DAILY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHKD VV IHI DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. SauxDkiw, - Business Manager. ' i ' • FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1888. MtfV '■01 if., -lite : if i ? ■M $|fn$ s -lu "I ht t |! |: i lili % ■ lf§ ■v I • ' I'i If ■~~4 17 • ' J S> S. It don't take much to shako Eng- land from center to circumference. Suppose they had a Dorsey and Brady, or a Cbenoweth and Card- well over there T Why the island would go to pieces. Tbb Galveston Print sharpens its biado every morning. This is fair to middling: "And now they say that Cesar bad his Brutus, Charles I bis Cromwell and Kellogg his Price." But what of the latter's "example?" May not the party "profit" by Itf It turns out that General Diaz, af- ter all is not a Mexican, but a Dutch- man. It is said his grandfather was named DIetz, was a native of Ma yence, emigrated to Mexico and msde a fortune selling canary birds. He is probably first cousin to a splendid gentleman named Diets, whose home is in Macon, Ga. ...

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

V J • pailv democrat. tkuiw of sunscainion. OAILT: H*ily, par copy, .... t Pe One month, ..... Iff. Three month*, , . . J.O) Six mouth* J.jo uneyeir, . . . . . ... go WIULTi Vf eekly. one cpy, six mouth*, „ 0V One o pr« one ye r, . . 1 oo No euMCTlption rncrlred for let* than six month* for tb% Week It. Now Sohedule. t. * v — HOUND w* T No 1 Mail and Expru K Krrtvea n o. 1 " " • *. I <■ %•«• Arrive* at El t'aso at S: 10 a. in., ilk. BOUND KA8T. 5o. 4 Mail and Express arrive* NOi4 " '* ,r leave* M. P.-BOUND KOHTH Mo. P. 1*0. 1M Nxvreaa arrive* Ma. P. Mo. 154 Kxpre** leave* T. A P. f 1A BUSHMAN No. Express leave* Xo.llExpre** arrlwa . . . . . V — BO-TiD BOUT1I. Ko 153 Express arrive* . . . No. 1;3 Kxprr.a leave* . . . w. a D. g. Mail leave*, .... " arrive* .... Accommodation leave* , " ai-r.ve* . . . Kxpre** arrive*, Exi>re*a le v *, Mixed arrive* Mixed leave* o., c. k s. F. lfc'O p. x . 10:31 " *ecou4 mora- ■ 5.09 a.m. . SU4 " . 10:80 p.m. . 7: A p.m. 5:'0 a. ra. VMO p. in. 5:1...

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

ml1 m m I i ;t; : Hell f §, j|!) Hgjf {1 ™ f I i /4rl' U 1 ["**"•%• ** - • •j fi'fl !>i'f ' I'Sib > y: •3S , A i . in! I ;tj I II if IP K:v. Si : Hk 1:11 "••it m' 1 /■ I M X daily democrat. Entered at the poalaftioe at Fort Worth, Texas.nsaooond-cUis mull matter. IKttUI, gubierlptlon—JO oerits p#*r week. In variably In adtraltee. Weekly $1 per Advertisement!—On* fnfcfe one week 41*001 OIM Ifteb one month, .$8.00; twe IneM* one month, $«.W. larger ad- vertlaementa at special J tel; Local Notices—Per Hue, ttrst insertion. 10 cents; each srfbseqiierft Insert fori, 5 ■ "•'IWffig/ .! u .v'. FRIDAY. APRIL 6. 1883. # LOCAL. BREVITIES. Fine selection «f sponges for the spring trade, Just received at Well's drugstore. 4-0 lm Jtr. George Lowell, the handsome and pftpular conductor on the Santa Fe road n In to-d«f' If you want & good bath or toilet sponge examine E. M. Well's stook and prices before purchasing elsewhere, lm Mr. Henry Carroll, qJ the Texas&Pa- dgc railroad, has re...

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

^Mattel ■ii. nrai THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. a4 V OL. I. FOIiT WORTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1883. NO. 1^4 ll Will Men Premie ? 0 N w that the Election !$ over, ycu might etroll n any part of the city, quettfontni) every one you met, and still not find a man who voted tgainst the successful candidates, excepting some few who have a re- gard for the tru*h. Hhy will men prevaricate tfrusly? Surely nothing is gained by it. Each man voted for his friend, but somebody's friend was bound to be defeated, since all could not be elefttad to fill the same office, Gentlemen, own up* Be truthful like ourselves. We bold'y bay, new, without fear ef contradiction, that our line of goods is unsur- passed by any house in town, great or small, we make no exceptions. Of course you all know what we carry. If you donvt, we will mention it again. CLOTHE IS OUR FIT, BUT Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc, Can be found in great variety in our stock teT-Dfop in during your leisure mouiente WASHER & AUGUST,...

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

ife vjw II I SI I :■ ■. 4f .... ■* u , •m t I: v H ■ :* - : . \ fiX'1 I p I 1 iu-vw , x w -1 I -'4 i I •i I :• i DAILY DEMOCRAT. published by the DEMOCRAT PRICING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, • • Editor, W. J. Saukpiuw, • Business Manager. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1888. Thkm spoon a are still dangling bo- fore the eyes of Ben Butler, and all hiicupning cannot bide them from light. One Franko, a New Orleans jeweler, is the latest to rouse up the unpleasant ghost. If Arthur continues to systemati- cally snub Ohio, the organs of that state threaten to secode from tbo .Republican party. Tis a cold day when Ohio gets left, but it must be admitted that Arthur has made the political atmosphere of the Buckeye state rather chilly. m ■ m Tbi city council of San Antonio is moving cautiously on the gam- blers. The evil and the duty to sup press it are admitted, but the best way to tackle such a formidable ar ray of perversencss and chronic cussedness puzzles the boldest of tho ctty dads, and tbey continu...

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

V daijly democrat. 'IBttMS OF SUOfiCBirTIOX. hilLTJ r#f eopy, . , , . • Pc • >nr mouth, ..... Tfc Three month*, .... J.fr) Nix lUOUthi, S.MI , «0 WBURLY. " cok'y, ore o^.y, otr montbi, . . 50r € u« out, oua year 100 Ko u(«crl|,Uoii received for lot* than lx iiiontlu tot th« Weekly. New Schodulo. T. ft P —BOUND W*-T. No 1 Mull anU Expvo-p nrrtvm , in;nj r. u No. 1 " " •• leave. , " . ROt'Nb *AIT. J>o. 4--Mail on J KznrM* rrl i . 4 03 K. m. No.* •' •« '< IraToi . 4.15 '• ACCOMMOD ATlTlf—tfRST BOCHD. Lwos 4:00 j,,m AC. OUUnDAT ON—RAtT bOUNO. Le«r i - 9:93 a.m. M. r — DO >KD SOUTH. No ]•") Kxpr?is arrive* . . , F:U* m. No. i;.a ixprc^t leaves . . , kiia. w M. r. ltOUKD NORTH. Mo. P. 1No. 1M Nxirm arrive* . 0:40 p.m. X*. P. No. 164 Uxprtes leave* . Ot Oii, m tHANl-CONI NEW AL—*OCTH SOUNl . Muil au«l Expr><8N, arrlvig, . . V.lSp.m M HTH H tJND, Ma 1 i'nd Express, I juvea, . . 4:16 a.m. «.,C. ft •. t. Kxpret* arrive* 11:0' Uxpreia ieavi*, ... .16 v. W. * n. c. Mail arrive...

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

ivVJr m 11'1 a <W vM 3,:« pajly democrat. Mi Entered at the poitaWo* at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-clasa mall matter. 4 *wmm. Bubacrlptlon—20 cents nor wwk, In variably In advance. Weekly $1 per yiU, Advertisements—One incli one week. $1.00; one tnoh one month, 98.00; two inohea one month, $a.00. larger ad- vertisements at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, Ant Insertion. ]0 cents; each subsequent insertion, A cents. SATURDAY". APRIL 7. 18S3. LOCAL BREVITIES. The marriage crop this week Is rather slim. Don't forget the carnival at the skat- ing rink to-night. The latest periodicals and newspapers at Willie McVeigh's. Capt. J. P. Alexander, of El Paso Hotel Is visiting Austin. Mr. George B. Loving Is expected to arrive home this evening. There are a number of strangers in town, buBlly "doing" the sights. The county court was bnstly engaged on tlieo iminaldt out tills morning. Mr. M. O. Lynn, one of the cattle kings of Palo Pinto county, is taking in the Fort. Thft best of ho...

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