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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 9 April 1883

T 111 ) 1 l . — I T ftfT" - r' " i irt i' V i THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. V OL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 9, 1883. ytfUiiStm NO.l^S ll Will Mm Pratt ? o :- •;-K Ntw that the Election It owf you might stroll In any part of the city, questioning every one you met, and still not find a man who voted 8gainet the successful candidates, excepting sftiM few who have a re- gard for the truth. Why will men prevaricate thusly? Surely nothing is gained by It. Each man voted for his friend, but somebody's friend was bound to be defeated, since all ftould not be blefctad to fill the same olfiCe. Gentlemen, own up. Be truthful like ourselves. We bold'y say, now, without fear of contradiction, that our line of goods is unsur- passed by any house in town, great or small, ws make no exceptions. Of course you all know what we carry. If you don't, we Will mention it again. CLOTHING IS ON FORT. BUI' Furnishing 6oods, Hats, Etc, Can be found in great variety in our stock; f^Drop in during-your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 9 April 1883

m daily democrat. 1 1t1sliihkd BY THE DEMOCRAT PRINTING COM PAN Y WW CAREY W. STYLES, • - Editor W. J. Sauxdkhs, • Business Manager. MONDAY, APHIL 0, 1888. Talk about a boom—why the way dynamite is booming in England is holy terror. JxrriBsoN Davis never fails to got in bis work on Joo Johnston wben opportunity offers. is 1 *' 1 im The heart of the Dallas Times slowly breaking, bccanse it is not published at Fort Worth. To* Washington cor respondents are making as much fuss about Fol gcr as if ho was a queen's knee. Fxrbapr the star louto trial may be concluded in time to enable Dor- sey to manage the next Republican campaign. , m ■ m Tbk Tyler Courier thinks that p. straight forward, honest journal at tbe state capital, is becoming a bar- ten necessity. 4H A curious public would like to learn something about the Curdwoll- Gbenoweth affair. It ought to bo iipe by this time. m< a m Look out for a very pretty fight Soon. Mosby is on his way from China, having been displaced at the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 9 April 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. y TEllMS OF SlIlWCRirriOX. DAILY! T «ily, |-«r oopy, . . . • mouth, . , • . • 'Jhrrw months, . . • fix nmnitM, . • • >n« j tlUlT. M tek'y, or* o j y. six months. One c>i<y, one ye r, . , • Ko nbt>criptinu rKflTW for tsss knunUia for tt>« Weekly. «• He 7V t.Oi a.f.u 8 0 Wio 1 00 tbtl *Lx New Schedule. t. * r —bound wr *. No 1 Hall and Expre t arrive* . W 0 r. * Ko. 1 '• •• •• W ye4 . 10:11 " hob n lint. >*o. 4 Mail mill Exures* arrive* . 4-01 a. m. No. 4 Iravea . 415 ACCOMMOD4TIT*—trXfT OOHI>- Loaves 4:00 p.® AC ommodat OS—«a*t ocj d. Lbavm u :80 a.m. M. r —BO VD aODTH. Ko 1M Express airi\ri . . • No. 1 a Lxproca leave* . • M. r. BOUKD NOHTH. Mo F. Vo, 1J4 Nki itm arrive* . 5-*®t>,m ils.l1 Mo. 154 Ktprii* letvn . 9s0,i,tn. Ttt M COSIT mi" ' A!.—eOUTII BOl'Wn. Mall auj Express, arriv s, if xtb b 'vxd. Ma 1 and Expres*, lonvea, «.,c. *s. r. Cxurrt* arrive*, txprrs* le T s, . ir. w. * o. c. Mall arr'ves ..... MI m. '• leave* i:#0p.ra. f:16a m. HVt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 9 April 1883

m i Ssii?, I ! 1 IS' > * ill i yj'' EX Wt l ': sinrr -jb* DAILY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the posUfflcft at Koit Worth, i Moond^lurt until matter. Texas, at i MONDAY. AtRITi 0. 188:). LOCAL BfiJEVrXlSS. Wlntef aefrtns to have At last slipped from the Up Of spring. The public square presented a lively appearance this morning. Go to J. W. Oulmond for all kinds of Vatcb, clock or Jewels repairing, tf The L' Allegro Club will give a ball at Dentsoher Verein Hall on April SOth. The Port Worth postoffloe was made an international money order office to- day. For all kinds of watch or clock repair- jlng go to J. W. Gulmond, at Elser's book store. tf Fine selection of sponges for the spring trade, just received at Well's drag store. 4-8 lm Justice Zlnn's court presented a lively appearance this morning In consequence tofltb pltal ten days, and has tiad a Very slight case somewhat similar to the disease. There were twenty cases in the camps, and one death, a Mr. Oxford, of Fort Worth, who died ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 10 April 1883

I l >H - — THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. "VOL. I. FOliT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL lO. 1883. NO. 126 A -i-—.. -:o!« tl< w that the Election is over, you might stroll In any part of the city, quest toblrQ every one you met, and still not find a man who voted fgainst the successful candidates, excepting some fdw who have a re- gird for the truth. • Why will men prevaricate thusly? Surely nothing is gained by it. Each man voted for his friend, but semebody'e friend was bound to be defeated, since all could not be eltfttd to fill the sairie office. Gentlemen, own up. Ba truthful like ourselves. We bald'y tay, new, without fear of contradiction, that our line of goods ie unsur- passed fey any htuse 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* CLOTH IS 01 FOE BUI' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc, Can be found in great variety iu our stock. flSSfDrop in during your leisure momenta. WASHER & AUGUST, t 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 10 April 1883

w M 11 ■i I ij | t i I : i t I I i 1 i , .y H ft " DAILY 'DEMOCRAT. = If 11 I Will !<■ I'l'BLtfeHKD BY THK DEMOCRAt PRINTING COMPANY CAREV W. STYLES, - * libiTbB. W. J. Sauni>*iw, - BuslneM Manager. TUESbAi', AMtIL 10.1883. Til* McDonald inovemeni is boom- ing in tho north. ■in m ■ ■ ■ Tax late municipal elections in tbe north Jurniuh no proof that the llepnbltcan party i« convalescing. . >.!« Brail means Mr. Blaine should publish hie book before the meeting of tho Republican national conven- tion. _ Tub Austin correspondents main- tain an eloquent silonce about the result of the Chenowcth-Cardwcll unpleasantness. Tub way tbe legislature of Texas has for donating millions of acres of the public domain, would lead to the conclusion that the supply of land was unlimited, and that tbe members owned it themselves. Dotnrirutas Billy Cbandlor accotn panicd our gifted president to Flor ida, to introduco him to some of the acquaintances he mud« during the spring of 1877, when he wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 10 April 1883

"TT i n ri*i V DAIL°Y DEMOCRAT. terms of suBseaurrioN. DAILY: I>*lljr, r®' copy, i l n month, . • • • Thrra nwnth*, , Mix nmniht, , t . • • one y«ar wwkKur. M eekfjr, op* c |>y, ill aioutbi, > On* coiiv, owe year. • • > No nliBi il|>tlon rwotvea for lui Hioultai lor lli* Weekly. • .V 7.*r. 2.01 a.mi 6 0 W>n . 1 00 tbaa kix New Schedule. t. * p —llound w« t. wh'id *aht. 'o. 4 klail riid Express arrive* . 4:01 . m. o. 4 •• '• • • lrsYee . 4.14 " T. * P —UOOKD W« T. No i Mull and Expre e rrr*« . W0 r. n N . 1 .•• •• Wave* . I0.i Wll sp «AHT . 4 Mail riid I to ACCOMMODAT1TK— W* T BOUJtD. Leave* 4:00 p.m. . AC OMUODAT om—IA>T uol'wd. Leave* «s80a.m. M. r — BO"SI> SOOTH. Vo l.-UKxpre** airhe* . . • fciftn m. No. 1.8 fcxprea* leaves . • • •i:i' a, iu M. P.-BOUND WORTH. M . P. *o. 134 Nx ress arrive* . Ih40 p.m. Mo. F No. 154 Express leaves . : 0 mi nr. TR N-COMT MKH-AL—*Ol)Tll BOl'V. - * - u. 15 p.m. in n'tu.iT nun jtu— Mull and Express, arrives, N HTII II UXB, Ma 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 10 April 1883

>0 li M m m fl I?} iif W lit! isS ilil ■KM?y m I w if dIily democrat. Entered nt the posteffice at Foit Worth, lVxnfc. as seoond-class uiuil matter. 1KIM. Subscription—20 cents fcf* W*ek, In- variably In advance. Weekly $1 per Aclvertlsemetttl—One Inch one weelc. . SI .00; one ihch one month, $3.00; two Inches one month, $5.00. Larger ad- vertisements at Special rates. I>oeal Notlce^-Per line, first insertion. 10bents; each subsequent Insertion, 5 cents. TUESDAY, APRIL 10. 1883. LOCAL B&BVITXBS. locate In the Fort to practice medicine. Dr. It. B, Grammer, (Tom the old do- minion, but for some time a practitioner In eastern Texas—a young man, hard- some, intelligent and energetln. locates at Brunswlg's drug store. Dr. Dod- dridge Alexander Stevens, also a Vir- ginian, but of late years a practitioner in Dalton, Ga., arrived n few days ago, and thinks he has found a permanent home. May success attend them both. The Daii.y Dkmockat was not nwnre that the chief and city editor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 11 April 1883

■M mirnim Q mJSm ■M. THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOL. I. TOUT WORTH. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 11, 1883. kMwiWa •w NO. 127 Wll VI o: ■ N w that the Election is over, ycu might stroll in any part of th? ciiy, questicnirg tvery one you iftet, and still not find a man who voted r gainst the successful candidates, excepting some fjw who have a re- tard for the tru*h Why will men prevaricate thusly ? Surely nothing is gained by it. Each man voted for his friend, but somebody's friend was bound to be defeated, since al! could not be elected to fill the same office. Gentlemen, own up. Be truthful like ourselves. We bild y bay, now, without fear of contradiction, that our line of goods is unsur- passed by any tiruse in town, great or small, wa make no exceptions. Of coufad you ail know what wa carry. If you don't, Ws tfill mention it again. UK IS ODR FORT, BUI1 Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc, Can be found In great variety in our stock. flSSP-Drop in during your leisure mbmentsi WASHER & AUGU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 11 April 1883

I * 1 ij ? ■ & 'mUm fif 11 i! fw'i <**«' • ¥411441 % j- j \t }; rhj ci [m I: h «p I' . Mi* I I H " * l "i • ! I i i i ? j I *< f \ ■m I ■ '■Hi ■; ■< III '111 Iff til jjW 1! i fj : a 1 m \ * fcpl DAILY DEMOCRAT. ri'ULISllBB IIY TUB democrat printing company CAREY W. 8TYLlM 6 4 Editor, )V. J. Sauni>kk.i, Business Manager. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11.1883. The Texas veterans meet at Bel- ton on the 18tb, James G. Blaine is the groat somnambulist of a shattered dream. m ^ The leport comes from Now York that Sara Tilden has his game eye on tbo presidency. m e m It is now more tnan a week since the Rhode Island election occurred, and still there is no talk of nomina- ting Sprague for the presidency. ^ ^ ■ John K. Miner, one of the minor public plunderers, was put on the stand in the star route trial yester- day. Ho is a good fair liar, but pales into insignificenoe compared with Dortcy. ■ i „ As tbo Tewksbury alms houso in- vestigation proceeds, a series of hor- rors unparalelled ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 11 April 1883

•rib. t)AILY DEMOCRAT. tjckjIs or sraseotorrioN. daily: |or co|>v, . i . . .-►n« mouth, . i T0ir « months, , . . . Ix months, .... ue >.ar, ..... i _ wikKi.y. W e.kly, on* c«j y, *11 uioiithu. & {I • He 7fc 8.0) X.6U H O On. co t, o « year, #hic No MlMcriutlon rfc* btontbi tor tb'« Wwkli. Wta 1 00 flved fur leas than ma New Schedule. t. k e —bodud w*>t. Jfo. 1 Mill and Exijre.f arrive* Ho. J " •• •• leaved . lot'tt r. m No. 4 Mail Mill Expreas anlVea , 4 0) a. m. No. 4 " " '« leaves . 4.15 " , ACCOMIIODATITN— vV* T HOUND. I.eaves , . .... 4:00 p.m. , AC CMMODAT OK—CAbl' liOt'ND. Leave* l):30a.m. Mi r —BO M> SOUTH. No lIUEfcprVi* arrive* . . • f:15a m, No. IjV Hprl>«a leave* . i 5:26 a, in . m. p.-bound nollth. Mo. P. T o. 1M Napre** arrive* . 0:40 p.m. Ho. P. No. 154 Kxprea* leitVe* , U:„0|i,tu. TR"K-CO!fT KKirrAL— OlJTlt BOl'Kr. 0.16 p.m. 4:15 a.m. . • " ''<iu ■ Mail ami Expreaa, arrives, . n uth ii'iund. Mil 1 and Exprea*, leave*, «., o. * i. r. Kxprtu arrive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 11 April 1883

PAILY DEMOCRAT. . ■ . i - Entered *t Hit postefliee at Foi t Worth, Ttxtifc. :u second-class ui;'.Sl mutter. II# mmm m i ! 1 "irSi ri W i ll If - r ft I J ■ •' if 111 ■ ,WBi)NfiSDAV. Al'KII. II. lt*£i. -5—^ ■ — Local brevities. M mm ' A. .1a ffel y I mi MPJf !| ... W9-«!«FV Ira l M: a 'sC'.fe'- ||t i|7 11* f i H. j«JI m 1 E !* ' li'" r |l , . IS f Don't foil to go to the skating rir.k to- night. Music, dancing and Bk&ting at the rink to-night. E^-eltv secretary is confined to the houtfe with sickness. The finest wines, brandies and cigars at Tabor's. No. 0 Houston street. Tabor's saloon is furnished with new lirst-class pool and billiard tables. Go to J. W, Guiraond for all kinds of watch, clock or jewel/y repairing, tf Cigars and liquors of the best quality at.Ed. L. Tabor's, No. 0 Houston street. The county commissioners will proba- bly continue in Session during the entire weelc. Passenger travel in and out of Fort Worth has been rather dull for the past few days. For all kin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 12 April 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT VOU I .FOliT WORTH. TEXAS, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 12, 1883. !l Will Men Preiaricale ? o :■ N w that the Election Is over, you might stroll in any part ofth? city, questioning every on* >ou met, and still not fhd a man who voted rgainst the suc"essrul candidates, excepting so.ue faw who have a re- flird for the tru*h. Why wiil men prevaricate thusly? Surely nothing is gained by it. Ea(<h man voted for his friend, but somebody's friend was (wind to be defeated, since all could not be elect«d to fill the same office. Gentlemen own up. B« truthful like ourselves. Webildytay, new, without fear of contradiction, that cur line of good3 is unsur- passed by any h iuse in town, great or small, we make no exceptions. Of csurse you all know what we carry. If you don't, W3 will mention it again. cm is am fort, BTJT Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc, Can be found in great variety in our stock. JQTDrop in during your leisure moments. WASHER & AUGUST. 53 XZOTJSTOXT STREET; Ono P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 12 April 1883

wili I * JII LvU :L I '•i' .5 f J J III! KTil I) if rj || j'l 3 r Is t : f ; 'i I' R I r f DAILY DEMOCRAT. fuulisiikd by Tint DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - • Editor W. J. Saundbbs, - Business Manager, THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 1883. MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE. Tbe Daily Democrat li.ts made several attempts to wako up tbe merchants and capitalists of Fort Worth to tbe importance of reviving the Merchant's Exchange, and put ting it on a working footing, but thus far its efforts have passed un heeded, and tbe business of tbe city continues to bo conducted iu an unsystomatic and unsatisfactory sort of a way. It is now thought that, to bring home to ourselves tbe work that a neighboring and rival city is doing in this regard, some interest in tbe enterprise may bo aroused. Tbe merchant who does not see and feol tbe necessity for some such or- ganization and institution as that proposed, will be deif to all argu- ment and blind to all theories of ad- vantage that will result from a sys-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 12 April 1883

V DAILY DEMOCRAT. TKXMS OP SUBSCttirriON. DAILY: Deity, |H onpjr, .... -- (•w nwta, Tkm mouttu, . . Ill month* uu year, WXKKLT. Ktakly. or# o py, tlx montha, nn« Onaenpf, oil* year No Mlb*crlptl<>n received for leu ttiaa ktx uioutbi for the Weekly. • Co 7.V « <W h.fxi < 0 Kew Schedule. T. * P —HOUND W«' T. go 1 Mall aud Kxpr* i Arrive* lOi'O r.u Ho. I •• " •• W v«« , U):lo " BOUND KANT. Wo. 4 Mail cud Express arilve* , 40) a.m. M .« r leave* . 4:19 ACCOMMODATITM—WCkT BOUND. Leare* 4:00 p.m. AC OXMODAT OK—«A T MOUND. Leave* ..... #:#0a.m. M. P —BO ND SOOTH. *0 US Kxpre** arrive* . . . *:15 a m. Se. USxpiMleate* . . #:Uaa. in. M. P.- mOCND NORTH. mo. P.*o 154 N* r « arrive* . 9:40 p.m. fie. P K« 1S4 Kxprtss leave* , 9:80 ,m. fa w oo<t nbn* al—*oCtii socw. Mall and Kxprm*. arrive*, . V.15 p.m. N KTII a 'UNO, Ma 1 and Expr. ■>, 1, ve«, o., c. * a. r. 4:15a.m Expren arrive*, Kxpre** l« v>*, Mall arr've* " leavo* . 11:0' p. i . a: 0 a. . w. a i>. c. 13 m. *:.to p.m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 12 April 1883

p f & •1.1 r | iti HE BffiH mi §*f P j H; L R I I '• 38 DAILY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the po«r /Ho at Fart Worth, Texa*. us econd-t'l* « uj*U matter. jer week, In- kVeekly $1 per *kb*H. Subscription—20 cent# p variably io adwoc®. V yoflr Adrertiaements—One Inch one week. $1.00; one Inch one month, $8.00; two inobea one month, $r .00. Larger ad- vertisement* at special rates. Local Notice#--Per line, first insert ion. 10 cent!; each subsequent Insertion, 0 -i* i'-'• THURSDAY, APRIL 12. 1883. LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. W.A.Adams is confined to the house with typhoid fever. A new eleotlon for alderman will oc- cur in the Third wurd ou April 24. Jo to J. W. Gulmond for all kinds of k'atch, clock or jewelry repairing, tf The entertainment at the skating rink last night was a pronounced success. The llev. J. D. Shaw will deltver an- other lecture at the courthouse to night. Max Elser makes a dignified and good looking mayor. Is he in the line of suc- cession? For all kinds of watch or clock re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 13 April 1883

V DAILY DEMOCRAT, vol. i FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1833. no. iae HER AUGUST, rJi w S i—I Ph PM P W P3 <1 03 A O o d5 The winter is past, the snow is gone, And spring her raiments hath put on. The festive fly 2nd mesquito too Will soon appear to torment you. Is it warm enough? So oft and quick Will be asked by friends, it'll make you sick. Especially so ii you're arrayed In clothes for winter weather made. Then "lire Ihem now if you'd have rest, And in a new spring suit invest. Washer & August "take the cake" When it comes to goods pf superior make. And if you call, what o'er your taste, They'll please you and no time you'll waste. o z o M O 2 \ k! USTI Tim 4 j... CHAS. H. FRY, and dealer in FINE JEWELS*, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC,, HOUSTON STREET, POUT WORTH - • - - TE2CAS. CALL AND EXAMINE -'J'HE- LATEST SPRING STYLES -IX- BOOTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED -AT- LEWIS BROTHERS & 00. * STAR * SHOE * STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. J. W. ALDERMAN,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 13 April 1883

. V rf. i • Iff ■' B. t • I r % CW% j 1$® I fc 12, M '< « i daily democrat. rillUIHKD UY THR DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAKEY W. STYLES, - • EDITOR, W. J. Saunders, * Business Manager. FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1SS3. Tm Georgia Democrats are ex- periencing some trouble in placing a gubernatorial candidate in tbe field. ^ > — General Albert Pike was in El Paso on the 10th, whore ho will re- main a low dajs and then visit Chihuahua and Santa Rosalia. The Times says the masonic fraternity are "greatly excited at the visit of their distinguished confrere and chief," and that "the work will go bravely on while he is .in town." Aftor General Pike'S visit to Mexico, ho is expected to spend some time with tho craft in this portion of Texas. m • m In a dignified editorial commond- ing the Eighteenth legislature for conservatism and many good deeds, tho Galveston News refors to the railroad bill with favorable comment. "The lailroad bill passed by tho two houses/' says thoNows, "is wrought with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 13 April 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. v TEllMS OF BUUBCBUTION. daily: natty, v*r oopr, .... • re nil* mouth 7fc Thru mouth*, , . 2.0) ills monlha, . : . h.mi One year, 6.0 WSKKLY. W eekly, oro o-'py, blx months, . . M*. On* ttnuy, one year 1.00 No subscription rrcrlvad fur lean tliau «U taoutha for llio Weekly. New Schedule. T. i P —BOUND Wl'T. No 1 Mall and Uxpre.g arrives . 1 :'0 r. u So. 1 " " " luavvj . 10.3J " hound madt. No. 4 Mail ami Express arrives . 4 03 a.m. No. 4 " '• •• leaves . 4:15 " AC'ioilllOUATlTN—WKfeT BOt'ND. Leaves 4:00 p.m. AC. OSrWODAT on—KAS.T hound. Leaves 0:20 a.m. m p —bo"nd south. No 158 Express arrives . . . f:15 u. m. No. l.H Express leaves . . . 5:2j a, in. m . p.— bound nouttl. Ma. P. No. 134 Nxpress arrives . 0:40 p.m. He. P. No. 154 Express leaves . 0:50 p. ui. tk ni-cont'nicntal—south bound. Mail aud Express, arrives, . . 0.15 p.m. N IITH HOUND, Ma 1 aud Express, Ukves, Express arrives, Express icav.s, Mull arrives " leaves tt., c. * >. F. Jr. w. k p. c. 4:15 a.m. 1J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 13 April 1883

■ DAILY DEMOCRAT. Entered ai th* |><>#t#fll<'? at Fort Wortli, Texas, as eeeond-clas* mall matter. FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 188;}. n.T1 if. " LOCAL BREVITIES. m mmh> its*:* "East Lynn" at Deutscher Verein hall to-njght. Go to J. W. Guimond for alt kinds of watch, clock or jewelry repairing, tf Bella Golden wllj break up the foun- tain of teara at the Deutscher Verein to-night. For all kinds of watoh or clook repair- ing go to J. W. Guimond, at Elser's book store. tf Fine selection of sponges for the spring trade, just received at Well's drugstore. 4-6 lm The court bouse would certaily be beautiful by having shade treos plan- ted around it. • The county court has been in-session for several days past and will probably sit on Monday. * i For the best.nnd cheapest work go to J. W. Gulraond, for repairs in watches, clocks or Jewelry. 4-12-tf The county commissioners conrt ad- journed yesterday afternoon until to- morrow morning. Sea foam a specialty at George & Nick's1 barbe...

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