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

.#w 11 ia u*. *' *' V V r;>.^^W *' :"'li ••••'•'"■, A*..-: #.■■'■' ' ■ i ... ■, •"- ■• * ■ ■• M" *>*■■*■* DAILY DEMOCRAT. .2 a «*. 5f, i r *-51 . lifwTO; "v;" * M] - i VOL, I. FORT WORTH. TEXAS, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1883. NO. i4(* T "*■ mam m SPRING UMMER. As the cold weather has about, or perhaps entirely abated winter garments should naw bs cast away, and light weights reign supreme. Our stock is nicety assorted in GOODS OF ALL GRADES, SHADES, PRICES and STYLES. A If consistent, we want your trade and in ord3r to gain it we will make all concessions possible. . Our goods are marked in plain figures, Washer & August, 58 HOUSTON STREET. One Price Clothiers and Furnishers. MARTIN CA EY. U. J. 8WASEY. CASEY-& SWASEY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in LIQUORS & CIGARS. FORT WORTH, T^X^S. Agents for St. Louis and Milwaukee Bottled and Keg Beer, 56 & 58 HOUSTON STREET. FORT WORTH. \ JONES & TUCKER BROS., Groceries and Produce BAGGING AND TIES A SPECIALTY. C...

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

,jt $& !<. r ; 1MT M ,#*• i$\y |;|K •■•'-• > HW^y' im I r\ ^NnH1 tMM DAILY DEMOCBAT. I'l'BUSUED V 1H* DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CARET W. STYLES, - - KOITOB, W. J. Saunpbbs, - Business Malinger. THURSDAY. MAY 3. 1883. . SUMMER INSTITUTES. Tbo following admirable loiter lrora Prof. Gwynn, superintendent of tho Galveston free schools, con tains so much good sense and so many valuable suggestions, tbat it deserves a place in overy paper in the state. It is dated Ualvoston, April 80th, and published in tbo News of the 1st. Tbo distinguished writer says: A normal instituto should bo a model short-term normal school. We presume that those wbo attend such schools have a good foundation to build upon and a desire and ca- pacity for improvement We pre- sume, further, tbat tho legislature, in appropriating $6,000 for conduct- ing those schools, expected to pro- viso the best means for elevating tho professional standard of public scboul teachers, thus advancing the educational intere...

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

*4* ii ,r*> 'i Ji DAILY DEMOCRAT. TEltMS OF SITB8CBirT10M. daily: miljr, per copy • flo. J'nt" month, 7.1c 1'lire* months", • , , . 2.00 Six month*, a.60 Vine year, C. 0 ' WEEKLY. m Bwkiy, on« onpjs. ttix Month«, . . nnc One cony, one year, . . . . 1.00 No HuWripttnn received for less thaa olx nioutUs tlie Weekly. New Schedule. T. 4 r —BOUND Wt'T v , mm • • ** ■I'uni' l «• •• JJo. 1 M#U Buil fixpi'e.'g arrives . 10:10 r.Ji "°- 1 ' " leav«a . 10:10 " BOl'VD BAST. No. 4 Mail and Express arrived No. 1 " loaves 4:00 a. m. 4:15 " , ACCOMMODATITK—WICbT BOUND. Leaves . ..... 4:00p,m. Leaves ac'(.OilaODAT.O!f— eabt bound. 0:30 a.m. f«:15a. m. 5:2."i a, in. m. 9:40 p. in. V);..Q p.m. ,, ,, T"/NPCO^riNKMTAI.— SOUTH BOUN". Aiall auu Express, arvlveg, . , 0.15p.m. v ...... M p —BO'IND SOUTH. No 1 J Express aviivea , . . «o. 1 ?;i Exju-i'ai. leaves . . , ,, ,, „ *. 1'.-HOUND MOUTH. 5*0, * • *°. V>4 Nxmcm arrives . mo. 1 . No. 154 Express leaven , ,, n nru hound, Ma.l aud Express, leaves, 4...

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

DAILY DEMOCKAT. Entered at the postoffice at Fort Worth, 'lVxafs us second-class mull matter. 1KBMS, inscription—20 cent* per *««*• arlttbly in advance. Weekly $1 per Advertisements—One inch one .week. 81.00; one inch one month, $3.00; two inches one month, $fl.00. Larger ad- vertisements at special rntee. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion. 10cents; each subsequent Insertion, 5 cents. jm.' w ,jfc. THURSDAY. MAY 8. 1883. •*—■ ■ ■ — —* Business change. To-day W. i. Saunders, who has so faithfully and so pleasantly served the Daily Democrat as its business manager for the l««t 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 Democrat parts with Mr. Saunders as old friends part, and its best wishes will attend him in (Hi his virtuous endeavors. Mr. Thomas A. Lucas succeeds Mr. Saunders in the business department of the Dkmocuat, and the managemen...

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

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. \OL. I. FOOT WORTH* TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 4, 1883. .^5$ NO. 14t MM 1. k ko- - AlTREIlENBlONH Ul'O tllUS ear ly expressed that, unless Dana gets a retainer from tbo Democrats be wi'.l flop over. Better let him flop now than later when the party in in the middle of the stream, as is his custom. The Ohio legislature has put its foot on the toy pistol. The act for- bids the sale or gift of the innocent plaything to any young gentleman under It years of age, and any dealer who violates the law is made liable fur all damages. As the cold weather has about, or perhaps entirely abated winte" garments shou'd now be cast away, and light weights reign sujireme. _ uur stock is nicely asserted in GOODS OF ALL GRADES, SHADES, PaiCES and STYLES. bin! Hats - 'V* If consistent, we want your trade and in ordar to pain it we will make *11 concessions possible. Our goods are marke d in plain figures, "Washer & August, 38IIO U STON STREET. One Price Clothiers and Furnishers....

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

DAILY "DEMOCRAT. ^ 4%t • "• •" MMMa PUBLISHED HY THK ' ' democrat printing company -■f' Wf w-: y p 1 i S CAREY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. Saunders, - Business Manager. __—,—„ . — - • FRIDAY. MAY 4. 1S8S. THE OHINESE IN CALIFORNIA. When congress enacted stringent legislation prohibiting tho immigra- tion of Chinese, tbe people of the Pacific coast thought they had the question. It soema, however, that the natural thrilt of the Chinaman 4s gradually and surely making him a positive quantity in, the commercial life of the coast. Unlike the negro, tho Chinaman thrives on opposition, and is steadily sapping up the me- chanical industries of California. Referring to this subject tbe St. Louis Republican observes: It seems that notwithstanding the vigorous and complicated anti- Chinese legislation in California, and the new treaty forbidding the. immigration of Chinose laborers to this country, the Mongolians manage to prosper on the Pacific coast be- yond all other races. They havo secu...

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

daily democrat. TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. _ daily: Daily, nor copy .*« <>«• moutll, 7>, Three month?, .... 2.00 St* month* :!.mi One year tt..O , . WtttKLY. « pek'y, one copy, uix months, . . Mk' One ony, one year 1.00 Jto Kiilnscrlptlou received for lead than uix luouths for the Weekly, New Sehcdulo. «■ . .. .. *• * p —uoimi> \v*'T. N". 1 Mall uud Kxpi'ete *rrives . 1' :10 P. -M >0.1" •' •• Icftvuj . 10(31 " „ BOUND BAHT. No. 4 Mail and Express arilves Ko.4 •' «• <v i..vt)g 4:00 a.m. 4:13 " , ACCOM*OPATITW—wkst bound. Leave* . -, . . . t> 4:00p.m. Leaves ACCOMMODATION—KAsT UOfND. - • N. P —BO"MD SOUTH. No J53 Express arrives . . . o. 1'j3 Express leaves . . M. I'.— IIOUWD HfOKTIl. MO. P. No. l',4 Xxpress arrives . Slo. I . No. 134 Kxiin cm leaves 9:30 a.m. P;15n. ni, a, m. m. 0:10 p. m. 0:^0 p. m. TIMNPCO^INKSJ'AL—eourtl t!Ol J r>. Mall anil Express, utrivrs, N I1TII HDUND. Mull nntl Express, leaves, Express arrives, Express leav. , «. e. t s. v. Hail nvrlves "...

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

SHI^IK' * n 111 DAIJjY demoobat. Entered at the postsfflce at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-el#" mall matter. FR1DAV. MAY 4. 1883. u IT nil \ J i \ t "Mv ' mS2P Notice Mr. Thos. A. Lucas is no longer con- nected with the Daily Dkmocimt print- ing establishment in an.v capacity what- ever. Dkmochai Printing Company. Wanted Immediately, A business man to solicit for and keep the books of the Daii.y Dkmocbat. Ap- ply at the office with local references. Df.mockat pnintino Company. Notice. The newspaper men of the city are re- quested to meet at the Stock Journal office this evening to take proper action regarding the reception and entertain- ment of the Arkansas editors during their stay in the city. LOCAL BREVITIES. $$■ I I • M/1 T ' si' J' ■Jf None but the best brands at the Eclipse. It For the Arctic cold beer call at the Eclipse. It Airy, comfortable, clean and orderly is the Eclipse^ It The grand jury have found five county court indictments. Fort Worth should give the Arkansas tra...

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

I n Hman" n THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. If VOL. I. FOItT WORTH. TEXAS. BATUBDAY EVENING. MAY 5. 1883. NO. 14 # ' I'M JJrown hauled n tiew.frock-confi Bo lie weitf lo Jmnpa, wlu> wlui *hov call * jwaciical lailur. " Y«*,i raid (lie latter," but for u frock-coat Jour tfgur.f liarj|y-cr— Cai:l tvaii la uuluitt k a lut. 1 Aujrossi " And Arms too. Arms Acldorrt the Tama length. J ust place tlicm to, Oct cully caa't be too cuw&LJ' "'Must find exact yuMfltlon of tna V aim. Tickle you, do 1 i Very sorry, I ut must find Lit tmig tuiij "Strikes me your left thouMcr i< flic, hundredth jjaM of no inch lowtyi tiunyourti^lU. Cai^ltK lgtiCQOfiSW m A's, well—no matter. NbwieTl (ue, fin yuu plviays stand fiayoirm Uuw, U iUtilS u^ifcUlly—UlUif s And ilut's exactly wlint Brow* jlwnwUt wlisn t'.ic Liiut una Our ready iVlade Clothing is equal if not superior to custom made garments, both in Stylo, Cut and Finish, and the difference in prico is so Vitally in favor of tlio roady-inndo that you can affor...

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

DAILY 'DEMOCRAT.* i : -r'. i'cbusiikd BY THIS DEMOCRAT PRINTING COM PANT CAREY W. STYLES, * - EDITOR, W. J. Saundkhs, - Business Manager. SATURDAY. MAY 6, 1883. 'M A-'f The Peabody fund makes an open- ing for five Texaaijoj'g in the Nash- ville normal oollege. Notice will be given for their selection this sum- mer, and bojs who have tho metal to apply should be active in prepar- ation. ■SS S © Th - Marshall Herald wants tho normal schools kept open at least • -tMe months, and thinks they will accomplish no good in a shorter ^ime. Inasmuch as these schools aro uot for tho purpose of educating Sgnoraniuses, but. for training eiu- cated teachers in tho best methods N of teaching, it would seem that six week««should suffice. The man or woman who cannot learn the art in that period should be turnod back to the elementary schdols. ■ >i i i< It is rarely the cos 3 that a quee* tion in morals, philosophy or physics, is presented that hasn't two aides to it. Even tho killing of Davis b...

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

.r* s 4^ DAILY DEMOCRAT. TEllMS OF 8UB8CHIPTION. Daily, per copy, On* month, . Three month*, , Six months, Olio year, . • L'AiLi: • !>* 7Ro !.0 s.&o 8.0 wkeki.y. Week'y, on* onpy, Biz months, . . .V>o On# coi>y, one year 1.00 No subscription received for lesu than six mouth* for the Weekly. New Schedule. r. * p —bonut) we* t. No. 1 Mail and Kxiu-ete arrives . KX>. 1 " " '• leaves HOUND XA3X. No. 4 Mail and Express arrives No. 4 leaves 10:10 P. M 10:3'J " 4:03 a. m. 4:15 " accommodatitk—wbbt bound. Leaves . ..... 4:00 p.m. accommodat on—bakt bound Leaves r. p —BOIND HOUTUr No. in.') Express arrives . . • No. 1 >3 Express leaves . . m . 1 .—BOUND NORTH. Mo. P. No. 154 Nxvress arrives . Mo. P. No. 154 Express leaves t):30 a.m. M0a. m. A:'Jj a, m. ,m. 0:40 p. in. 0::0 p.m. TRJN'CiOXriNBNTAI.-SOUTll BOl'lf. Wall unci Exiiresa, arrives, . - . 9.15 p.ni. N 1ITH B'JtJND, Ma'l and Express, levvos, Express arrives, Express lott*>s, Mall arrives '' leaves a,c.is. r. i.v.t...

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

DAILY DEMOCRAT. Entered at the posteflloe at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mail naatter. raw SATURDAY. MAY k IS**. LOCAL BREVITE®. Cantrell & Dillard will sell you Roods cheaper than they can bo bought In St. Louie. To rent. An office In the Daily Demo- crat printing office. More room than seeded. tf Attend that furniture auction sale on Wednesday and buy a nice bed-room or parlor aet. Fine selection of sponges for the spring trade, just received at Well's drug store. 4-6 lm County Surveyor Williams returned from the vrest this morning. He is feel- ing robust and happy. J^jron want a good bath or toilet sponge examine E. M. Well's stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. lm Csntrell & Dillard do all kinds of re- pairing and guarantee satisfaction. They make a specialty of repairing tine watches and jewelry. Go and hear Blind Charlie preach a sermon on the violin at the .concert next Wednesday evening at Max Eiser's old stand on Houston street. Cleburne is cryin nec...

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

<3 <a - ii MSLim THE Or- -ju Wm "VOL. I. FORT WORTH* TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1883. NO. 149 & y lirowti wmtteil n new YrocTc-confi 9n lisi went to Jumps, who is whai 'th;_y call * practical tailor. Ym,'J wiJ llio littler," but for a frock-coat J'our fiRurJ is hardly-er— Caiif ttai i le uaiuu. ii a bit. I surrosoj ''And arms too. Armi StfJont thd Tamo length. Just placc them so, plasty L>oc.n«lly taa'x be Icq tnrrctL'.* " Wusf find exact y>naltTnn of Ota Waist. Ticlile you, do I ? "Very sorry, Lut must fiujt,ic citact iutul culttuU £5K«S •'Strikes roe your left slioulder 1*9 Ihe hundredth part 01 an inch lows® liiaa jueiiiyht, Caa't be too seuuA • *rAl:,well—no mntter. Nowtfll me. do yo« always staudlwyoiiujl Knit w. tuarc tif rljiUtli— UmaJ And that'll exactly wliat Uro«Mj thought vvh'.ii I'uc Cj4lt«£iUUa Lome. Our lvady made Clothing is equal if not superior to custom mado garments, both in Style, Cut and Finish, and the diffjrenco in price is so VtiBtly i« fav...

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

; DEMOCRAT. . • -*«** lil — EMUM / i - B ; "$5&0: '•*' jt'ujlmhkd by th* DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY If. STYLES, - Editor, MONDAY. MAY 7. 1883. rm ■ m •/•vffir- • m Tne (xalvoston News may quote scripture at the Gazette till the cruck of doom and still there will bo no blush. m It in stated that oho hundred and thirty-two national banks have been •opertcd in the last six months. Texas is now wanting a number of these institutions—the cattle men are get- ting it,ill ions for their ranches, and they are, as a general rule, inclined to the pleasant, respectable, digni- fied and money-making vocation of banking. Ono or two for Foit Worth may bo looked lor at an early day. The more the merrier, It appears that Congressman Ochiltree made oonnoction with the Gould party and got in a succulent In suggestion. In his usual playful mood, when with great wags like Gould, with a emilo, child like and b'.and, the Major called the great mil- lionaire's attention to the idle sugar field*, e...

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

iv DAILY DEMOCRAT. tekus of sunscairriON. PAILY: Pally, per copy, .... • Po <>n month, , ... . 7Sc Three months, , , , , 2.00 Mxniouth , ..... 8.M) <Jiie year H..0 W«EKI.Y. V eokly, one ci|>v, bIi mouths, . . 50c On. cr |.y, one year 1.00 . No Hubm'viptlon received for less thau tlx months fur die Weekly. New Schedule. T. & P —HOUND Wt'I. Jfo. 1 Mall ftnd Expve.e arrives . Ko. 1 " '* leavui BOUND KAMT. No. 4 Mail ijnJ Express arrives Ko. 4 Leaves 10; !0 P. HI 10: Ji) " 4:00 ft. m. 4:15 " ACCOMUOD MITN- Leaves ACCOMMODAT ON- leaves WKiT liOlND. . . 4:00 p,in. JCAkT HOUND. . . 0:30 a.m. *1. 1> —BOND SOUTH. No 153 Express arrives , . . fcl5a.ro. Ko. 1)^ I-Xju'OmS loaves . . . 6:2."> a, m. M . P.—llOUND HOltTH. tit. Mo. P. *"o. 154 NrA(iress arrives . 0:40 p.m. Mo. 1*. No. 134 Express leaves . U:..0,..m. Tli N'COJfT NEN'A I, —SOUTH BO UN". Mull ami Exjirebs, arrives, N IlTtl JMUND. Mall ami Express, leaves, o , c. b. r. Express arrives, Express luuv. s, Mail arrive...

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

#«rysrt • flMfeilKNIM Mg'mni ii>i nil mi pi mi .v.l^, W'V, saws ^^'-;,. V'V/" ''i^) ■ ' ' • ■ ' ' ~ F■ , ■':?> vJwPw rf. SNMMMIilN en~ ihouse * KttMS. SSJ eentti advance. wt w*« Weekly $1 per ents—-One Inch on© week, inch one month, $3.00; two $iv.00. Larger tul- ai inch onei month, ? tte fcptcial rates. «-r line, first insertion, rach subsequent Insertion, 5 MONDAY. > iv#r MAY ,iU;sr> 7. -1883. Publishers MTotleo. Having now the entire manage- ment of (ha Dkmochat printing establ- ishment, the friends of the Daily and Wkkkmt Dkmociut ore respectfully re- minded that a generoiw patronage Is «« &tial to the prosperity and perpe- tuity of the paper, it has been the earnest endeavor of th« management to give to the city & meritorious afternoon's paper, believing that A population of " " een tjiounand could not only sustain t have Interest's-that actually require lething In the way of Journalistic terprlee besides a single morning daily. The effort to make an accepta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 8 May 1883

ifcrthiHs*' ^ 4m itJU'-" i'J m,mm K I I !>• mm mi 2w%GG| I m ) '^i.' 'K WWb liii IKIl^B ■; « I 111 twsraps •■ W\ mm VS l s W H T.dttfc <i': -> 39 K*< hR $ f ' - ' S aliUl_ ,; .. ■ 7!<; BIMBfllB3Hi!MM^ asn & "* MA.Y 8, worth. texas, tuesday evening, ). 15*J ' ''&39B5E FORT vol. Slffiffi: M ■fflJv'; '■'■ HHBtHffSMSBEH I 1 1 ! J I f 25CENTCOLUMN This column will be Appropriated to '•Wants," "For Bate," "To Rent,**- "Found," "Lost," "Personal." and u«h other advertUeincnte as can b« eon- denied Into live llnet or le««, for whieh 33 cents only will be charged for ona In- sertion and 60 cent# for three insertions. For eaohadditlonajilue Rime ftveline*, fiye cents, i - I ' WANTED. — ~ ——— WANTED by the Daii.t Democrat 800 additional city subscriber* at 20 cents a week, or 75 cents a month. WANTED—Every one to bring their job work to the Dkmochat office. FOB SALE. FOR SALE—Old papers at thia office, ftft cent# per hundred. 1 f FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Two rooms, furnished o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 8 May 1883

!^^V mmntM *v t &. DAILY DEMOCRAT. I'UBUSIIKD BT T1IK DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CABBY W. STYLES, E*0 R, TUESDAY. MAY 8. 1883. Fumr thousand dollars baa been subscribed by citizens in Han Fran- cisco for reception expenses for tho Knights Templar. — > m The Negro Problem. JL convention of representative negroes is to be held in Washington MIDLAND The Picturesque Route ot Texas. I : ro;: next September .to consider the brst method'of seem ing to the negro race in this country the lull enjoyment of its social and political rights. As to the soeial rights of tho negro be is in possession of all that he is ever likely to obtain save such extensions as the tastes of white individuals may accord to him or ho mny com- mand by bis. honesty, thrift and intelligence. As to nis political rights, u hen the United Slates placed the ballot in his hands they conferr- ed upon him tho highest political Tight or rather privilege that could be accorded him. This privilege and Others that go with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 8 May 1883

I If ' I . ',>1 m I : I ■* ■■ I ■M ■ i 'l i 21 WTl '^JaaPLi'i 3p*& *"• ;«rV 1 ' j# ■: '• *■; ■ ; ■wAr," •« .%, ..., Ml DAILY DEMOCRAT. TEKMS OF supscairrioN. . daily: Pally, per copy, .... i «c *>ue month, 7fe Three months, , . . . 2.Oil Si* months it.50 UiieytAr, 0..0 WKKKt.Y. V* «ck\y, one c py, lx aioutbB, . . ,Vta Ope WH y, one year. *** . . . 1.00 No subscription received for leoa t!ma ulx ttiontb* for Ut« Weekly. New Schedule. mp —boonb w« t. Wo. 1 Mail Ami Kjcpre.e rriru4 , So. 1 " " '• I«uyo4 10:10 p. m 10:3J " 4:03 a. m. 4:15 " accowmok) at1tn—wjcbt bound. !> ?•• 4:00 p.m. I BOtTVD 1CAST. o. 4 Vail *ml Exurets arrives o. 4 " '■ '■ leaves J" AC'i o.mbodat on—kai-t DOl'nd. 0:30 a.m. f:l5 . m. f>:2i a, m. m. 0:40 p. in. 9:."0 p.m. TU\«[«COyTiN*ES-AL—JOUIll B0l!tfr>. 0.15 p.m. >YM nr. P —ho- ND SOUTH. HO l.VI Kxpresg arrives . . . NO; X >3 i..\jii'Purt loaves ... m. p.—bound nollth. Wo. f. Vo. 1st Nxpress arrives . M . I'. No. 154 Express loaves . . TIH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 8 May 1883

?S M sdfe* tjflbl'l DAILY DEMOCRAT. IVsim. m Mtoond-clMa mall matter. at Fort Worth, f c *Ek , ub*criptloo~20 cent! p*r weak, In- arlsbiy lit Advance. Weekly $1 per . year'; Advert Mttiehts—One Inch one week. •1.A0; one inch one month, 98.00; two tnchen one month, ffl.00. Larger ad- , vertlsenlents at apeetal ratea. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion. 10 cents; ench subsequent Insertion, 0 eetitl. TUESDAY. MAY 8. 1888. LOCAL BBSVXTXBS. I >.1 ■w. T. D. Farrls, of Sweetwater, la In the eltjr* Bring your job work to the Dkmockat office. . Job work neatly, promptly and cheap- ly executed at the Dkmociut office. Street paring In all its phaaea will be discussed at the courthouse to-night. To rent, an office in the Daily Dkmo- toUT printing office. Heeded.* Fine selection of Store room than tf res for the Msga BIS ..... , :.v m spongi spring trade, Just received at Well's drag store. 4-8 1m H. M. Bowen, a merchant or Bridge- port. Wi/ie county*-is in the city pur- chasing goods. T...

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