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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 27 April 1883

to THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. ir VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 27, 1883. NO. 141 MR AUGUST, 0 M M O « PH <1 a CQ P O o The winter is past, the snow is gone, And spring her raiments hath pnt on. The festive fly and mesqnito too f Will soon appear to torment yon. Is it warm enongh? So oft and quick 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, They'll please you and no time you'll waste. o w hd t i Q M O 2 | \ fp ■i i j.j T. CALL A3TD EXAMINE -THE- LATEST SPRING STYLES IN BOOTS AND SHOES JUST RECEIVED -AT- LEWIS BROTHERS & CO. * STAB ★ SHOE ★ STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. OHAS. H. FRY,; PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, and dealer in M FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETC HOUSTON STREET, TORT WORTH - . . . -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 27 April 1883

daily democrat. PUBLISHED BY TIIK DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAKEY W. STYLES, - - EDITOR. W. J. Saunders, - Business Manager. FRIDAY. APRIL 27. 1883. Thb News's Now York commer- cial' special, 26th, shows firmness in Texas railroad stocks. Houston & Texas Central firsts, 109; Interna- tional sixes, 88; Texas & Pacifio in- comes, 65 1-2; Rios, 83 14; Santa tos, 118 bid, 118 1-2 asked; Texas & pacific console, 95 8-8. Tho same special says. "It is reported that Vanderbilt is desirous of scouring the Texas & St. Louis narrow gauge road in order to connect with tho AltlOb & Terre Haute road, to got a share of the southwestern and Texas business." "Thk United States are," is a lo- cution which we regret to boo in a public journal ordinarily as true to the national idea as the American. The last war ebangod national gram- mar on this pont. Dowu to Grant, presidential messages usually said "the Unitod States are," his pen changed to the singular tho number of the nation ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 27 April 1883

*8., im- bly tl/ri ou- My rr*3 nl- a DAILY DEMOCRAT. ■M Y V. u. ii- F>, •t ll. terms of st'BscarrrioK. „ daily: Daily, p«r copy, . . < u« luouth, ° ..... Jhr e mouth*, .... SU nioutlig •One ysar, w1kkly ona copy, six months, ouvuoiiy, outi year No subnurlptlon received for lens than «U month* I«r th« Weekly. • c 7 V. 2.0) 3.60 «.J0 .Wc 1.00 11:10 r. m 10:au •« New Schedule. t. * r —hound wb't. JJo. 1 Hall and Express arrives Ho. 1 «• •• leave* , „ , „ BOUND XAHT. Ne. 4 Mail and Express arrives . 4:09 a. m. «« • * leaves . 4:15 " ACCOMVfODATlTN—Wltbl BOUND. L v«* 4:00 p.m. . accommodation—east Bound. L«y«s 9:80 a.m. .. m. P —HOUND 80UTH. No. IMExpms arrives . . . fclfia.m. •. 168 Express leaves . . . 0:2.) a, m. v, _ „ *• BOUND NOIITU. S' c°- JM ¥*pres* arrives . 0:4* p.m. Me. P. No. 164 Express leaves . 9:t0 p, m. „ „ TR4N«CONTINICNTAt,—SOtTIl BOl'NO. Mall and Express, sriivrs, ,. . 0.15 p.m. ,, , _ N'HITH BOUND, Mall and Express, Uxves, . . 4:15 a.m. Express arrives, \°' *.*'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 27 April 1883

r- Ui>%' * % DAILY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the posteffiee «t Fort Worth, Ttouu. a■ Mcend-claBB mall matter. per week. In Weekly $1 per mm. ubScrlptlon—20 cents arlably in advance. year. , Advertisements--One Inch one week. ? 11.00; one Inch one month, $3.00; two nchen one month, $5.00. Larger ad- .vertlsementB at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion. 10 cents; each subsequent Insertion, 5 cents. FRIDAY. APRIL 27. 1883. Business Man We.ntsd.- 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 he a man of good address and know something about book-keeping. Apply at once, with reference. LOCAL BREVITIES. X The juices eourts have been un- tttually pull to dsy. Several of our city doctors have taken in the medical convention at Tyler. Go to J. W. Gulmond for all kinds of watch, clock or jewelry repairing, tf A lively time is looke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 28 April 1883

-h mmim wmmmmiJk THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1883. N(i: mi. m> * SPRING AND SUMMER. As the cold weather has about, or perhaps entirely abated, winter garments should naw be cast away, and light weights teign supreme. Our stock is nicely assorted in GOODS OF ALL GRADES, SHADES. PRICES and STYLES. If consistent, we want your trade and in order to qain it we will make all concessions possible. Our goods are marked in plain figures, "Washer & August, 58 HOUSTON STREET. One Price Clothiers and Furnishers. Accordinu to tho way tho Times "talks out in meotin'" Dallas is se- riously cursed with "up town" and "down town" factions, general cross purposes and universal cut-throat- dog-in-the-raangor stupidity. Tho Times says: The papers of Port Worth aro re- joicing over the hang-back disposi- tion displayed by some of our citi- zens in the St. Louis & Narrow Gauge mattor. They declare that we have not the enterprise to secure this road...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 28 April 1883

*. DAILY DEMOCRAT. rUllLISHKD MY T1IK DEMOCRAt PRINTING COMPANY CABBY W. STYLES, - - Koitob, W. J. Saundebs, - Business Manager. SATURDAY. APRIL 28. 1883. Why do they persist in charging Petor Tynan, when it is so gener- ally known that "No. 1" ia at pre Bent a Texas journalist T m § m Maryland's new law punishing wife-beaters by public whipping was christened on the 25th by flogging Wm. Pack at an old lashloned whip- ping post in Anapolis. Secretary Folokr wishes it un- derstood that be has made no effort to have a New York man appointed inspector ol teaat Chicago. He thinks a tea-taster may be found in the west. v ■ ■ ■, The Northwest Texas Medical and Surgical Association will meet at Cisco, Tuesday, May 8, 1883. It is announced that all regular physi- cians are eligible to membership, and are cotdiaily invited to attend. J)r. P. G. LeGrand is president, and W. B. Brooks is secretary. m • i A Nbw York widow desires to ex- change a famiiy monument for a gold hunting-case watch and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 28 April 1883

rv DA II j Y I DEMOCRAT. I Au IKK US OF SUBSCltlTTlON. r .n daily: nally, per copy, .... "n month, ..... l'hr e mouth*, , . . . Six month*, .... Vuejiar, .... . . \r . WEEKLY. J*e*kly. one <y py, ilx months, v>n« copy, on* year. . Ni) nul) crl|)tt n received for 1ms *JK nth« tor the Weekly. • no 7.V 2.0.1 ! .5« s.-o IWWt 1.00 than tlx Mew Sohedul'a. v < . .. T; * * —«"tJl D nrtt«r. Jo. } M tl and Expio.-i arrives *«•> " *• '• leave* v . „ , BOUND KANT. No. 4 Mail and Express ar>'ttes No. 4 '• <• •« ie fM 10;1® p. M 10: io " 4:00 a. m. 4:15 " . • ACCOMJUODAT1TN—WMT BOUND. L* *e 4:00 p.m. , ACCOMMODATION—KAHT HOUND. l.eavea ...... U:30a.m. V ««« M. r -UOHND SOUTH. No. l. t hxprenii arrive* . . . A:l6n.tn. AOs IBS Express leaves . . . 5:v!."> a. m. _ „ M. I'.—llOUND NOIITII. V. • 1"* Nxpreas arrive* . 0:4* p.m. Mo. 1. No. 134 Expre** leaves . 'J: SO p.m. „ TR4 «CO!<TINKNrAI.-ao\JTIl BUL'.vn. SluIlHud Express, arrives, . . 8.15 p.m. „ , „ N HTH II JUIfD. Mall a*i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 28 April 1883

H, \ tr^r^^^ocRAT. — at Fort Worth, -TT^aatVfc** mull matter. H WW r<r r-— -~j=r- tTf *Ufc« tt APRIL 28. 1883. "" gXTtft. —«m Man WmWd. - * • desiring to engage In as, the Daily Democrat "M*. ^employ an active, Intelli- otbet,i8 solicitor, one well ac- wouHhe cltr preferred, and he aen*,nan of good address und qnfethlng about book-keeping, ttttoce, with reference. V local brevities. jJ. IV. Guimond for nil kinds of ., clock or jewel/y repairing, tf e Santa Fe pay-cat arrived to-day; many of the boys are consequently py* Co rent, an office in the Daily Dkmo- tAT printing office. More room than ceded. tf It wae rumored on the streets to-day that a certain business house was on its last legs. For all kinds of watch or clock repair- ing go to J. VV. Guiwond, at Elser's book store. tf Fine selection of sponges for the soring trade, just received at Well's drugstore. 4-6 lm Thos. J. Middleton. a prominent citizen of Grandvlew, Johnson county, is in the city. For the best and cheapest w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 30 April 1883

H^I kad THE DAILY DEMOCRAT, VOL. 1. FORT WORTH. TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 3CX 1883. 1*0, 143 T L !, SPRING AND SUMMER. As the cold weather has about, or perhaps entirely abated winter garments should now be casi away, and light weights reign supreme. ' Our stock is nice'y assorted in GOODS OF ALL GRADES, SHADES. PRICES and STYLES. If consistent, we want yaur trade and in ordsr to aain it we will make ?il concessions possible. Our goods are marked in plain figures, "Washer & August, 58 HOUSTON STREET. One Price Clothiers and Furnishers. CALL ASTO 5XAMZ2TE THE LATEST SPRING STYLES -IX- BOOTS km SHOES JUST RECEIVED -AT- LEWIS BROTHERS & CO. * STAR * SEOU ^ STORE * 53 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. CHAS. H. FEY, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, and dealer in M FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVER* ETC HOUSTON STREET, FORT WORTH • - • TEXAS. TIE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WORTH, PAID UP CAPITAL - - SURPLUS, TEXAS, r . $150000 19,000 All matters pertaining to conservative banking receive prompt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 30 April 1883

"J I' /■ I I' / ■\ 9 i I DAILY DEMOCRAT. rUBLHtlKD BY THIS DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - • KMTOB, W. J. Saunders, - Buainesa Manager. MONDAY. APRIL 30, 1883. Th> Courier-Journal has many adroit ways in firing hot shot at per- sons who deserve to be shot at. It imys: "Mayor Harrison's platform seems to be: If we are honest, we can not elect a president; therefore, let us be dishonest. Mr. Harrison has been quite successful in city politics." • ■ ■ ■ Look out for false diamonds about now. The exposure of the new pro- cess for coloring stones of inferior luster, and the making of pcrfect imitations of gems of first water, will soon bring the genuine stone into disrepute, as oulture and re- finement will cease' to wear gems that may be imitated by vulgar in- vention and worn by vulgar persons. • «« The Boston Herald, though one of the so-called Independents, should not be laughed at by the Democ- racy for this prophesy: "If the Dem- ocratic parly don't take up the tari...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 30 April 1883

*8*8. ES the t*s| or fitn- Cbcwo, nimbly VunUld m con- hlfhljr IktUr't >r chlK> fata, « ere. DAILY DEMOCRAT. >. w. |HtOD. 11. I. i>re- inct mn, 1 HI- I inat limn l'inat |Ja . |lien- laii, liiiot 0,1. B. W> Irge ill. Irst 1 R. IV- lii'tl |H H 111- il H torus of subscription. tt.il. — OMMI SH'mB."?- : : ; : ac : o .y«r, . . \ \ \ ; w .. wmblt. Weakly. on*o py, (is month*, v' copyi on# year wortvad for 1«m than alx montha tor tha Weekly. • Jc 7.Vs 1.00 a .«i «..o nne 1.00 10;lo r. m 10:ilo •' a. m. Now Schedule. ... , „ „ T. * r —MOUND W««T. 2°' J *0(1 Kx|it«et> arrive* * . * lvitvaa , „ . „ „ , BOOWD KAHT. £•• f Express Arrives . 4:00 _ leaves . 4:15 ACCOMMODAflTN—W*6T BOUND. *•••** 4:00 p.m. accommodation—icai-t uovxd. I-**** a.m. _ m. f — ho"hd hout11. "O •lMKxpwss arrives . . . 5:15 u. m. A*. 188 Kxprees leaves . , . 5:2ft a, m. „ *■ P.— BOUND NOHTH. 111. jjo. r. Wo. 1.14 Xxpress arrives . 9:40 u. m. Mo. P. No. 164 Express leaves . U:50p. .. .. T***"CONTHf>NTAl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 30 April 1883

' I r A \ daily democrat. Entered Nt Hie postottlee-at Fort Worth, 'JVxhk usthx'OiHi-clnfs mull matter. per week. In- Weekly $1 per .'; V' «i if II r i If; ! I: ubscription—2t cents uriably In advance. year. , , Advertisements—One Incli one week $1.00; one inch one month, £3.00; two inches one month, $ .M. larger ad- vert laementa at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion. 10 cent#; each subsequent Insertion, 5 cents. MONDAY. APRIL 30. 1883. SuslMM Man Wanted. Mr. Satanders desiring to engage In other pursuits, the Daii.y Dkmochat 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. ; There will be a grand tournament at Salem to-morrow. Don't forget the Hwedlsh Quartette to-morrow night. The railroads oenterlng at this point are doing a heavy business. Go to J. W. Guimond for all kinds of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 1 May 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT. FORT WORTH. TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1883. .NO. 144 SPRING AND SUMMER. As the cold weather has about, or perhaps fentireiy abated winter garments should now be cast away, and light weights reign supreme. Our stock is nice'y assorted in GOODS OF ALL GRADES, (HADES. PRICES and STYLES. Extradition, by tho dozen, of Irish murderers, is what is wanted now, Increasing at the rate they have recently it will soon bo by tho gross. To day and to-morrow Galveston crowds as much enjoj'menttts shooan into her twelfth annual Muifest. Tho Germans are in testacy llnd all tho world iB in sympathy with them. Tho pageant is grand. ■ hi m The Princess Dolgorquki has, by her magnetic power, peconci led her stop-son and hbr brother-in-law. The czar and his uncle, the Grand Duke Constantino, ai*o at peacie. She ought to huve a new husband of lior own, and change her name for a better one. The branch asylum locating com- mission met in Dallas to day to or- ganize and plan their campai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 1 May 1883

DAILY 'DEMOCRAT. i'uullsukd by thb DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY iillP CAREY nr. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. Saundkiw, - Business Manager. \ TUDSDAY. MAY 1. 1883. On Saturday, 28th, the United States treasury contained a balance of $870,931,210. m i m Internal revenue receipts for the month of April up to Saturday, 28th) wore $1,425,121 greater than for the month of March. What with Tewkesbury in Bos- Ion and Leprosy in New York we have tearful forebodings that the cold ond of the country is going to the demnition bow-wows. Ex-Governou Hendricks's views, as reported elsewhere, soem a little hot in spots and decidedly cold in other parts—that is to say, he blows hot and cold with the samo breath and leaves the party froe to let him severely alone. Ho wants to bring About the exact result the tariff-fur- revenue-only statesmen are insist- ing Upon, but be is afraid to march squarely up to the issue. A flunk movement would suit him hotter than an honest fight. Anything that is not exclusivel...

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

wis. DAILY DEMOCRAT. th« tmt for fkaw Gxxn, iu bN| mlrtbljr Ftini/tq u eon* I high!/ W< or <U)4 lata, « it. iere. OB* Mr#« J. W. Oil ston. 1. 8. pro- Bin vt I 3) T nail, liaa- timms or suaaciiirnoN. T*-.. i AHTf: Dally, P«r copy, .... • re « • month, 7S„ wonibt, .... 2.00 Mix month* "On# 4.l0 _ . , whkki.t. «P«ly. OD«CO)iy, six Bionths, . . nor. Ouu l oi.y, one ye*r, . , . i.oo No miWription received fot U«a than six mouth* tor tu* Weekly, Mew Schedule. M t. * > — hound w*lt. Jo, 1 N>11 aud Kxpre<r rnv«s . 10:'0 p. m Wu-1 " " •• leave* . 10:3) " „ > .. bound baht. No. 4 Vail and Express arrives . 4:09 a.m. No. 4 •• " •' leaves . 4:1S « accoxmodatitx—wk t hound. I-'aves 4:00 p.m. ictommodat.ov—kaht bound. I-«aves a.m. „ „ m. p —bo 1mb (south. No ]!S Kxiiresg arrives . . . P:\5n. m. >o. Ij8 Kxjjress leaves . . . 5:2o a. m. „ M. p.—hound nolltu. m. J}0, J*. No. 1M Nxi.rens arrives . 9:4« p. m. Me. 1 . No. 154 Kxpress leaves . 0:50 p, m. TH4N COSTINBNT*t,_gourH bol'...

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

fftmmnwmmHm • f" I P I DAILY DEMOCRAT. JRntered at the pnsUffles at Fort Worth, Trxa*. as second-class wall mutter. 1 1ermm. per week, lh- Weekly $1 per I <y ft ubscrlptlon—20 cents erlably in advance. year. Advertisements—One Inch one week. $1.00; one Inch one month, $8.00; two inches one month. $5.00. Larger ad- vertisements at specl&l fates. Local Notices—Per lints nrst insertion. 10 cents; each subsequent Insertion, 5 cents. TDfiSDAV. MAY 1. 1883. business Change. t To-day W. J. Saunders, who hns so faithfully and so pleasantly served the * Daily Democrat as its business manager for the Inst three and a half months, severs his connection with the estab- lishment to rilake a business arrange- ment niott Congenial to his tastes and more promising to his personal advant- age. The Dhmociut parts with Mr. Maunders as old friends part, and its belt wishes will attend him in all his virtuous endeavors. Mr. Thomas A. Lucas succeeds Mr. Saunders in the business department of the D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 2 May 1883

r u £;■ .1 MMMWtattr' THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOL. b FOllT. WORTH, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 2. 1883. NO. 145 The pioneer educator ol idiots in this country died yesterday, Tho audience at tho concert last night ro- grelthiU ho left his work unfinished. SPRING AND SUMMER. As the cold weather has about, or perhaps entirely abated wintc garments shou'd now be cast away, and light weights reign supreme. Our stock is nice'y assorted in GOODS OF ALL GRAD£S, SHADES, PRICES and STYLES. The anti-Butler organs of Massa- chusetts talk about waiting fU'ihe "reaction from tho Twokcsbury non- sense." That's a spot-ies of infamy that will continue to smell bad com- ing and goinu-, and must eventually consign nil parties connected with or in any way responsible for tho airocitiof, to a moral, social and political post houso. Southern protecti m papers aro in a mighty hurry just now trying to stavo off tho tariff issuo. The Maco'i (Ga.) Telegraph and Messen- ger, which by some strango process becam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 2 May 1883

I % I' % i ■T.;. t Hi zz daily democrat. rVBUIHBV 1ST TIM demochat printing company CAREY W. STVLKS, - - Editor, W. J. Sii'NWKMH, - Business Manager WEDNESDAY, HAY 2, 1883. It is said that John A. Logan really oxpects to bo nominated for tbe presidency. That bo should over want tbo nomination is ovidonce of softening of the brain and nation- al dogoneraoy. "My deae Hu'bbbll" is an endear- ing epithet that tbo " stand-and-de- livor" assessor now seriously objocts to. Tho poor wrotoh is trying to got nway from himself, but his wickodnoss hangs round him still. m e im I* rr took Korr ten days to ''sum tap," how long will it take Bliss to mako tbo argument in the star route cases t At tho rate of $160 a day tho fellow may speak till tho dog days set in, and lap up a few of those by way of illustration. Tub new spring ooat for gontle- mon'fl eveuing costume is said to bo real dudiBh. Referring to the arti- cle a contemporary says: "Those dainty, dapper, bouncing little coat- tails, six a...

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

4 fy (/ v X DAILY DEMOCRAT. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY! Dally, fir copy, . . . • Sc f>n month 7f.o. Thrw mouth*, «... S.Oit Six months, . . • . 3.50 One year 0 0 wceiu.t. M eekly. One cjiy, bIz monthu, . . fine On# copy, one year ^>1.00 No eiiUHcrlption received for lean thatt nix months for the Weekly, New Schedule. . t. | p —HOliND ws' t. No. 1 Mull auct lixpro-? arrives . 10:10 f. m No. 1 " " •• lrHVHd . 103J " HOUND JfiAHT. No.>4 Mail nud Express arrives , 4-00 a. m. No. 4 '• «.• • * leaves . 4:15 " , ACCOMMODATIM—WKhT BOUND. l.pavea 4:(J0p.m. Af! OM MOD AT! ON—BAST BOUND- Leaves 0:30 a.m. M. r —UO--ND south . No )M Express arvlves . . • f:15a.m. No. 1 3 Express leaves . . . 5:2'i a. in. M. P.—HOUND NOKTII. lit. Mo. P. No. 1M Nxpress arrives . 9:40 p.m. Mo. P. No. 164 Express leaves . D:.0i<,im. rilANfCONTlNKHTAI. —SOUTH DOUXr, Mull antl Express, arrives, . . 0.15 p.m N KTU B >UND. Ma.l rud Exprrsi, ls*ves, . . 4:16 a.m. O , 0. A 8. F. Express arrives, ..... 11:...

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

flK v, ■ — w MMfMMUlHak. i>* l« i I r.«* m m frai m S'i DAILY DEMOOHAT. Entered at the poalolllo* at Fort Worth, 'IVxas. as second-class mull matter. per week, In- Weekly J! per 'KBH*. ubscriptlon—21) conts ariably in advance. vear. Advertisements—One Inch one -week. $1.00; one Inch one month, two Inches one month, $fi.00. Larger ad- vertisements nt special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first. Insertion. 10 cents; each subsequent Insertion, 6 cents. WEDNESDAY. MAY 2.18KJ. Business Okange. To-day W. J. Saunders, who lias so faithfully and so pleasantly served the Daily DemocratbsUs business manager for the last three and a half months, severs his connection with the estab- lishment to make a business arrange- ment more congenial to his tastes and more promising to his personal advant- age. The Dkmocuat parts with Mr. Baunders as old friends part, and Its best wishes will attend him In all bis TirtuouB endeavors. , Mr. Thomas A. Lucas succeeds Mr. Saunders in the business departme...

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