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

I ' THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOL. 1. FORT WQRTH. TEXAS, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1883. NO. 186 AUGUST, The winter is past, the snow is gone, And spring her raiments hathpnt on. The festive fly and mesqnito too Will soon appear to torment yon. Is ft warm enough? So oft and qnick Wtti be asked by friends, it'll make yon sick. Especially so if you're arrayed . In clothes for winter weather made. Then "fire them now if yon'd have rest, And in a new spring snit invest. Washer & August "take the cake" When it comes to goods of superior make. And if you call, what e'er your taste, They'll please you and no time you'll waste. o 2 1x) £0 O O Z STREET. LATEST SPRING STYLES -IX- BOOTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED LEW ISBR O T HKRS & CO. * STAB * SHOE * STORE * 53 B^uston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. CHAS. H. PRY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, and dealer in FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC HOUSTON STREET, FORT WORTH M MARTIN CASEY. C. J. SWASEY V Recorder's Court. Pat Funlgnn, drunk, fined $5 and C...

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

# tk&W b'" 1 ritew U I II • pt .. •;• t-y If y H f J < / >? I©!**!* DAILY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED BY TBS DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. Saunders, - Business Manager. SATURDAY. APRIL 21, 1883. DALLAS ON THB RACK. The Texas A St. Louis Narrow Gauge the Last Hope of a Gnat City— . fort Worth Jteoognizoa as a Rival to be Feared—The / i "Pull- all - Together" Policy Better in the Long Run. yesterday's Dallas Herald, re- ceived at this office too lato to be bandied in the afternoon's paper, contained the following important publication: thb tixas * st. louis narrow gauge railroad matter—report of the committee. Dallas. April 19.—A. Openheimer, Esq., President of Merchants's Exchange: Dear Sir:—The undersigned com- mittee appointed to solicit an exten- sion of lime on the donation notes ot the Texas & St. Louis railroad* after several weeks' labor in tho matter, desiro to lay bef'oro the citizens of Dallas through you the exact condi- tion of things,...

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

DAILY DEMOCRAT. 3?* fE*iw OF BrBSCRlPTIOH. dailt: Dally, r*r oopy, On* month 1 lirro months, , • • Si* month*, .... Una y ar, WIKRLY. W (tkly. oci cfpy, nix luontbi, ewaxopy, ous year. . , 100 No (ulmcrliitinn r rrlv«d for lets than six months lor th Weekly. 1111 11 • *c t 0) S.Wi S. 0 Mr J.00 l^tio r. >t 10.3J 4:03 a. m. Mow Schedule. T. ** —HOUND W 'T. No 1 Mail aud Kxpre.e arrive* No. 1 *' " " leavea . BOUND IAST. No. 4 Mail and Express arrive* . 4:03 a. n No. 4 •' " '■ leave* . 4:15 " ACCOMMODATITN— WEe-T BOUND. Leave* . . . j 4:00 p.m. ACCOMMODATION—BAHT BOl'ND. Lea vet BiSOa.ra. M. r —BOUND SOUTH. No. 153 Kxpress arrives . . . M5ti. m, Ko. 138 Express leaves . . . 5:25 a. m. J*. P.—BOUND NOltTH. - Mo. P. 1*0. 154 Nxpres* arrive* . fi:40p.m. m Mo. T. No. 154 Express leaves , «: 0 p.m. TltANf>CO T'NKNTAT.—90UTH UUUN''. Mail and Express, arrives, . . V.16 p.m. N^llTH HOUND, Ma'l and Express, leaves, ^: Express arrives, Express leitv<s, MhII arrives leaves G., C. k 8. F. ...

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

n&sH : ' IS. 4$. >" I®!*®1 iv- i -i*# J,> afe®" w' hI l : *wft Wi m ■ v.sV $•••'- ' ■■■■> ■ m; f .«HhV" v DAJLY DEMOCRAT. M &* p Entered nt tlie postafilce at Fort Worth, Texufc. :is pccoml-class mail matter. per' week, in- Weekly $1 per TERMS. (Subscription—20 oents variably in advance. year. Advertisements—One Inch one week. f.1.00; one inch one month, fB.UO; two inches one month, $5.00. Larger ad- vert Uenumts at special rates. J-oeal Notices—Per line, first Insertion. 10 cents; each subsequent insertion, 5 cents. SATURDAY. APRII. 21. 1883. LOCAL BREVITIES. Ice-cold Ruck beer at Banners. Schooners Ave cents at Sanners. 20-2t 20-2t The only place in town for Buck beer Is at Banners saloon. 4-20-2t Mr. J. E. Denning, of Dallas, spent yesterday in the city. The rain last night has made the air cool and delightful. . Onlv five cents for a schooner of Ice- cold Buck beer at Sanners. 4-20-2t It is reported that a slugging match is on the boards for to-morrow. City Mars...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 23 April 1883

Mtaate v/ THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOL. I. FORT WORTH* TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING* APRIL 23. 1883. NO. 131 a urn, TJ1 @ ClJ Ph £ <1 Ph Q 13 a Ph <j CQ « O O C5 The winter is past, the snow is gone, And spring her raiments hath pnt on. The festive fly and mesqnito too Will soon appear to torment yon. Is it warm enough? So oft and quick Will be asked by friends, it'll make yon sick. Especially so if yon're arrayed In clothes for winter weather made. Then "fire them now if you'd have rest, And in a new spring suit invest. Washer & August "take the cake" When it comes to goods of superior make. And if you call, what e'er your taste, They'll please you and no time you'll waste. o z o M O 2 ►< HOUSTON STREET. CALL AND EXAMINE . —the— LATEST SPRING STYLES bootsTnd shoes JUST RECEIVED -AT- LEWIS BROTHERS & CO. ★ STAR * SHOE * STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. CHAS. H. FRY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER and dealer In FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC HOUSTON STREET, FOET WORTH ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 23 April 1883

jj 5 1 % DAILY 'DEMOCRAT. published it th* DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAltEY VV. STYI.BS, • • Editor, W. J. Saunders, - Business Manager. MONDAY. APRIL 23, 1883. comoressman Mobch is in good earnest. His indictment against Supervising Architect Hill evinoes energy, boldness and familiarity with the contract frauds in the Dis- trict of Columbia. It is believed be has opened the way to the unearth- ing of a den of rogues whose pecu- lations and pilferings will, in some degree, shade off in the direction of veniality the crimes of ibe star route conspirators. The old states are finding it ne cessary to reclaim worn out lands by systems of hedges, ditches and tree culture, and even the swamp lands are being brought into useful- ness. The Charleston Nows and Courier says "the dismal swamp is last loping all its romantic charms under the invasion of utilitarian man. Its morasses are being converted in- to fortile fields, canals and railroads penetrate it in every direction, and even Lake D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 23 April 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. TBitsn or spbscbdftiosi. daily: Pally, p r eopy, «>u« month, . Three month*, , fix month*, , um year, • • fc 7dc t.Ol s.aii s. < viult. Wtek'y. me 0"pjr, il* mouths, W* OMonin.iw* ;nr 100 So Bohf<Ti|.tlnn . rrcrind for le«s thM lx inuutb* for IN Weekly. VfciO r. m 10:30 " How Schedule. „ T. * r —BOUND WB' T. No. 1 Moil and Exi>r«*e irmn *o. I " •• •• Imvm sound *a*t. No. 4 Mali and Express arrive* . 4:09 a. at. No. 4 •' '• ,r lraTvs . 4:1# " ACCOMMOD4TITH—WEST BOUND. I.tari* 4:00 p.m. ACCOMMODATION—XAHT DOl'ND. LalTM 0:30 a.m. M. P —BOUND BOOTH. No. 1M Express arrives , , . No. 158 Express leave* , , (t:lSa. m. 6:45 a. in. m. p.— bound month. Mo. P. No. 134 Nxpress arrive* . Me p.m. Mo. P. No. 154 Expriss leaves . 0:'0p,iu. THAN«co*T!NBNTAL—SOUTH HOC*". Mall and Express, arrives, . . D.15 p.m. a N"hth bound. Ma 1 and Express, Usves, 4:16 a.m. e , c. a a. r. Express arrives, Express leavrs, ir. w. t o. o. Mall arrives . . . 11 m. " leaves t:.H0 p.m. 11:0* ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 23 April 1883

* > • 'i 1 If s « ! I '4 DAILY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the posteffice tt Fort Worth, Tmcii4. ut second-class mail mutter. per VMk, In- Weekly $1 per Subscription—20 cent* variably in advance. Advertisements—One inch one week. $1.00; one inch one month, $3.00; two inches one month, $.1.00. Larger ad- vertisement* at special rates. Local Notice!*—Per line, first insertion. 10 oents; each subsequent Insertion, 5 cents. HONDAY. APRIL S3. 1883. LOCAL BREVITIES. The district court clerk will complete the docket to-morrow. The commissioners court will have a session this afternoon. Business in the county clerk's office has been pretty brisk to-day. The musical moke will hold forth at Dentscber Verein Hall to-night. Goto J.W. Ouimond for all kinds of watch, clock or jewelry repairing, tf Major Heath, the well known Cle- bnrne banker, spent Sunday in the Fort. Freight business on the Santa Fe has been unusually lively during the past week. Texas on a prospecting tear and may become a citizen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 24 April 1883

a THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24. 1883. NO. 188 Aim, It will bo worth the trip to Mon- te i-oy with the Texas Prow, to got a | chance at thut breaklast, Governor I Eunt is to >c«t loi* the boys at Laredo. The winter is past, the snow is gone, And spring her raiments hath put on. The festive fly and mesqnito too Will soon appear to torment yon. Is it warm enough? So oft and quick Will be asked by friends, it'll make you sick. Especially so if you're arrayed Incloihe3 for winter weather mado. Then "fire them now if you'd have rest, And in a new spring suit invest. Washer & August "take the cake" When it comes to gcsds of superior make. And if yon call, what e'er your taste, They'll plsase you and no time you'll waste. o \ yt /---A fn r o O "Z | ■"> Under all tho circumstances Gov- ornor Ireland will bo justified in fol- lowing tho bout of hint own best judgment in handling iho ponilcn- lontiary problem. The state preen editor of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 24 April 1883

v/ daily democrat. •M & Pl'Ul.ISllKD by tim DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY Wi STYLES, • - Emtok. W. J. Sau^Ders, - Business Manager. TUESDAY. APRIL 24. 1883. Hutttlttdfott made the first pay- nient of 92,691,000 on account of the Morgan purchase last Saturday. What the Dover, Delaware, mob wanted was a tight lope perfor- mance and tragedy—they will have both in all probability if ,tho shot oiious men die. Ths Galveston News notes the Bafo arrival of Mrs. Thomas P. Ran- dall, of Fort Worth, in the Oleander City, where she is visiti her sis- ters, Mrs. Dr. H. A. West and Mrs. George Seeligson. Tin city of Galveston commemo- rated the anniversary of San Jacinto in bor usual splendid style. It was a pity for the public schools that the holiday fell on Saturday. School children in Texas are all very pa- triotic. Paqoed bills #ill soon stop circu lating. Tb'o appropriation for mu- tilated notes is nearly exhausted. After it is expended nono can be re- deemed at the treasury departmen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 24 April 1883

. ♦ daily democrat. TBKHS OF SUBSCRIPTION. daily: * fc Ife. 2.0' S.ftd • I. WFF.ki.y, M fpkly, ore cny, lx inoutl*, . . V* Oi>« OopVi on* jesr 1.00 No Mitvorlptlon received tut lens than bU months lor tbe Wetklv. i> nr, r r copy, i'lie month, 'I tire* months, , Hx month#, . one year, . • New Schedule. t. jl h —hound w* t. No 1 Mall atiU liniive f *rrtv6 . No. 1 " '* " leaVei nounn bast. No. 4 Mail Dili Express nnlve* , No. 4 " '• '■ leaves WO P. M 10.iU 4:01 a.m. 4.15 . " ACCOMMODATITK— tV *T ItOUMD. heaven .4:00 p.m. ac. omuouat on—kafct bound. Leave* 0:80 a.m. M. 1' — BO-ND SOUTH. No l.VI Kxi>re*8 mikes . . . F:l5u m. No. l^txpreon leave* . . . 0:2;> a. in. *. P.-HOtIND N >KTH. Mo. P. No. 1.14 NviTeas urrives . 0:4® p. m M«. 1*. No. JS4 Kxprtss lejvcs . 9:0 p.m. TB K COVT NKV-Ar, -BOUill BlU!*". Mull aud Express, arrives, N IITH HOUND. Ma 1 ami Kxpresi, leaves, d , c. 4 g. f. Express arrives, , . . Express leuv. n, ►. w. l p. c. 0 15 p.m. 4:10 a.m. 11:0'p. m. . '2: ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 24 April 1883

•y i* If j. % I ti i • HI'I I' m fe M V DAJLY DEMOCRAT. Entered nt the poftwffice at Foil Worth. TfXivk. as second-class mull matter. per week. In- Weekly $1 per AMUSEMENTS. Blind Tom at Beutscher Veroia Halle Last K^rht. A THI3D WAHD FALSTAFF. ■ KBMS. Subscription—30 cents variably in advance. year. Advertisements—One inch one week. $1.00; one inch one month, $.'!.<*>; two inches one month. $" .U0. Larger ad- vert isements at special rates. Local Notices—Per line. flr t insertion, j 10 cents; each subsequent insertion, 5 oeoti. Tied to a Pon:e and GaycaJ —"Upon an Uncomfortable Ni-rht an t is B«- luased P-jrft ctty Tara*. tk- _ , ! One half of tiie world don't know how nUv «I« 1?rA'L" Ft°m aMo the other half lives, and it requires an rirLfl h,V Jlri; «?'. b:fatY rr0ire; ^tive reporter to catch on to half the m a-' " • in the luring the entire nerfor splendid, TUESDAY. APRIL Si. 1883. LOCAL BREVITIES. Go to J. W. Guimond for all kind* of watch, clock or jewelry repairing, tf T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 25 April 1883

mmi. THE DAILY DEMOCRAT vol. r. FORT WORTH, TEXA.S, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1883. no. 189 HER AUGUST, You must have ieod champaign in Illinois, weather you will or not. fr\ & $ Ph ft a M Q PH <J in A o o o The winter i3 past, the snow is gonfe, And spring her raiments hath put on. The festive fly and mesqnito tod Will soon appear to torment yon. IT Is it warm enough? So olt and qiiick Will be asked by friends, it'll make yon sick. Especially so if you're arrayed In clothes for winter weather made. Then "fire them now if you'd have rest, And in a new spring suit invest. Washer & August "take the cake" When it comes to goods of superior make. And if you call, what e'er your taste, Thsy'll please you and ad time you'll wast?. France is averting herself anil Will not allow anything prejudicial to hor lights to bo done in Sladagus* car. Take a chair, the conclusion ot the Jeannetto mutter reported Feb- ruary 12, 1882, need not bo changed or modified. O z 'D £0 O w o 2 h~"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 25 April 1883

$ I DAILY 'DEMOCRAT. PITBI.TSHKD • HY THE democrat printing company CAREY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. Sacndkih, - Business Manager. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 25. 1883. The Newe's New York commer- cial special, 28d, quotes Texas Cen- tral firsts at 108 1-2; Texas and Pa- cific incoraos 65 8-8; Internationa! 6's 87; Kio's 88; Santa Fo's 114 asked. Stocks wore generally lower and dull, bat Gould predicts an early bull movement which the boars will he Unable to resist. Gould doubtless knows what he is talking about, bnt nobody knows whether he means w hat he says. THE SOUTHERN PRESS. The southern press ho* well n igb Withdrawn from politics, and ib vig- orously plying its powers to the de- velopment of the south's material resources. With the exception of publishing the current comments of the eastern, northern and western newspapers, the southern journal* are singularly free from the charge of wasting their forces in political discussion. They are nevertheless firm in their convictions and adl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 25 April 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. V TEUMS OF SCBSCBIFTION. Daily, r«r copy, Ou month, , lhr e mouths, , ! !* months, . ou yiw, • daily: • fc 7ftc S.O(l S.ftU 6..0 wvkkly WMkly, on# erpy, *i* months, . . IW OnseofV, one year l.oo No ulwcrlptl<<n received for lew than nix month* for tlis weekly. New Bohedule. r. 4 p —bound ws t. No. 1 Alail anil Express srnvflu . 1 :'0 p. m No. J " " " leave* . 10:3K " hound kast. No. 4 Mail *nd Express srilve* . 4:0) a. m. No. 4 " '• " leaves . 4:15 accommodatitn—'wltt bound. Leaves 4:00 p.m. accommooat'on—ca8t bound. Leaves 9:30 a.m. m. p — bo'hd south. No. 1U Express arrlces . . . S:15a. m. No. I t KxprPns leaves . . . 5:i."> a. m. u. p.-bound north. Mo. P. No. 1M Nxiiress arrives . 0:4® p.m. Mo. I'. No. 1&4 Express leaves , 9: Op, in. tk*l*-co<t'nb 'al—south b^u*''. Mall and Express, arrive, . ; 0.15 p.m. n iith ii >und, Ma 1 And Expns<, ln.veri, . . 4:15 a.m. « , c. 4 s. p. Express arrives, . . .11:0'p.m. Express leave, . . . 2:0 a. in V. w. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 25 April 1883

' - DAILY DEMOCRAT. P: ■ I T>M I * Entered at the postwlllce at Fort Worth, lYJtofc. as second-clasi mail mutter. 7 ERHA. ubscrlptlon—20 w>M« ber week, in- nrlably In advance. Weekly $1 per • Year- „ . Acivertisemehtit—One Inch one week. $1.00; one inch one month, $3.00; two inches on* mohth, $.V00. Larger ad- vertisements at special rates. Local Notices—I'er line, first insertion. 10 cents) each subsequent insertion, 5 cents*. WgD&ESDAY. APRIL 25. 188,'J. LOCAL BREVITIES. Go to J. W. Gnlmond for all kinds of watch, clock or jewel/y reputrlng. tf To rent, an office in the Daily Dkmo- cuat printing office. More room than neededt tf Fof all kinds of watch or clock 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. 4-0 lm For the best and cheapest work go to J. W. GuinJOnd, for repairs in watches, clocks or jewelry. 4-12-tf The Baptist ladies' festival cleared about $80 last night, ah...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 26 April 1883

■_a( |:M (I DAI L V DEMOCRAT. VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEX As. T H U Its DAY EVENING, APRIL 26,1883. NO. ud III AIM, CO w 6 cb Ph I ft £ H Q M Ph 03 ft O O 0 The winter is past, the snow is gone, And spring her raiments hathpnt on. / ' The festive fly and mesqnito too Will soon appear to torment yon. Is it warm enongh? So oft and pick Will be asked by friends, it'll make yon sick. Especially so if you're arrayed In clothe^ for winter weather made. Then "fire them now if yoa'd have rest, And in a new spring suit invest. Washer & August "take the cake" When it comes to goods of superior make. And if you call, what e'er your taste, They'll please you and no time you'll waste. o Z F) $ a M O 2 r- *5 The Houston Ago inform* its readers and exchanges lhat the Post will vory Boon follow tho example of the News and the GLizolle, with a Monday's papor. -*+-• Should the Democratic campaign committee have the wisdom to call Senator Joseph E. Brown to its chairmanship, Creorgia would wage her ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 26 April 1883

wmKmtmmmmi ir.'fsrown -; rfi >v TtWT-^1 I ' DAfLY DEMOCRAT. published by tim DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. SttfLftS* - - Editor. W. J. SAUNbBtts, - Business Manager. THURSDAY. APRIL 26. 1883. S lattery's slop-over in the Gagotte this, morning hits the iiail on the head exactly. Tbo "malicious" Dem- ocrat, of course, wants $47,000, and if it can't get the cash it roust have security that it can hypothecate in bank* to draw against. It will ac- cept no scab stock or tax titles. If My. Slattery really thinks the Dailt Democrat is in a ring to rob the city out of $47,000 on street paving, tn what category does h« place tbo medium through which he ventilates his billiousness ? Fir once the Gazette and the Democrat agree and poll together. The Dem- . dobat, bowevor, is unwilling to di- vide the swag. m ■ m "Uncle Rufus," the Hatch way of running things in New York has just returned from an extended tour in England and France. He gives a doleful account of poor England, which he sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 26 April 1883

0<S V ■hlitafc DAILY DEMOCRAT. v TERMS or BUBSCRirTJON. DAltV: Daily, p«r I !o J>u month, 7.V. Thr « month*, , S.O) Six mniittU, J. 60 On# year, 0 .. . . wbkki.y. w Mkly, or o«py, bIx months, . We On* copy, one year 1.00 No •nbocrtptlon rrcptved for 1ms than six mouth* for th« Weekly. Maw Schedule. „ . .. ti 4f —1IOUND w 't. ho. 1 Mall And Kkpreeg arrives . 10:10 p. m Mo. I •• •« • Uavej . I0: l " v. . « . ^ „*odwd «a*t. No. 4 Mail *nd Exureits arrived . 4:03 a.m. Ho. 4 " "• •' Irarea . 4;15 '• accommoIJatitk— wavr bound. L *re 4:00 p.m. A Cc ON MOD at ON—iai-T HOUND. Leaves 0:80 a.m. „ . „ M. r —BO" D SOUTH. No 153 hxpress arrUes . . . f:lSa. m. No. IBS txpreoB leave* . , b'.th a. m. .. _ _ .*• p.-bound vohth. Mo. P. No. lM NtM'fss arrive* . 9:4 .nj. Me. P. No. 1S4 Exprr** leave* , 9: 0 p.m. f« N-eOVT K*t AI,— MOUTH BOP*". Mall and UxpretH arrlv. s. . . 0.15 p.m N ItTH II"CNP, Ma 1 and Express, luive*, . . 4:15 a.m. Express arrives, '. *. . .11:0' p.m. Express leav<s, . . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 26 April 1883

I Isr' W ■' &'1 '•M- DAILY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the pnatcfilce at Fort Worth, IYxiu. as Moond-dau mall matter. ■•mule. Ubacrlptton—30 cents per week, In- ariably In advance. Weekly $1 per year. Advertisements—'One Inch one week^ $1.00; on* inch one month, $3.00; two Inches one month, $f>.00. Larger ad- vertisements at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first Insertion. 10 cents; each subsequent Insertion, 5 cents. THURSDAY. APBII. 20. 1883. Business Kan Wanted. Mr. Saunders desiring to engage In Other pursuits, the Daily Democrat WoUld like to employ an active, intelli- gent business solicitor, one well, ac- quainted in the city preferred, and he must be a man of good address and know something about book-keeping. Apply at once, with reference. • • ' LOCAL BREVITIES. Go and see Henry Byrne's Beer Oar- den. It Mr. W. F. T ake is making a Hying visit to southern Texas. *t ' Mr. W. J. Rutledge a prominent citi- zen of Cleburne, is doing the Fort. (3o to J. W. Guimond for all...

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