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

•J THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. TOL. I. FOKT WORTH, TEXAS, FEIDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1883. CITY AND COUNTY DIRECTORY Judicial, Ministerial and Folios Direc- tory of Tarrant County. District Judge—A. J. Hood. Countv Judge—R. E. Beckham. District Clerk—J. M. Hartstield. County Clerk—John F. Swayne. Sheriff—W. T. Maddox. Deputy Sheriffs—It. H. Tucker, G. W. Weir, W. P- Thomas. County Attorney—W. S. Pendleton Countv Treasurer—J. 1$. Boyd. County Tax Collector—Frank Elllston. County Tax Assessor—W. D. Hall. County Surveyor—G. M. Williams. Commissioners—B. F. Latimer. • pre- cinct No. 1: L. H. SteDhens. precli No. 2; John Terrell, B. Maddox, H. Stephens, precinct L'eri ?reci „ „ the Peace—Sam Furman pr« precinct No. 3; T. recinct No. 4 kin, precinct No. 2; S. Cowan, precinct No. 3: L. W. Jones, precinct No. 4; Jas. Smith, precinct No._5;_J. M. Ben- John F. Zinn, precinct No. 1; E. E. Ban- No. 2; J _ pr brook, precinct No. ft; J. E. Hickman, precinct No. 7; T. B. Huitt, precinct " Constable—W. B. Hale, pr...

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

mmmmam DAILY DEMOCRAT, I ( v ■a HE I •V § I I I > / v 'I 'sr i >< il V4 published bt the DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY niBBY w. STYLES. - - Editor, VT. J. Saundiuu, - Basinem Manager. FBI DAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1883. The London Quarterly Review i# responsible for saying that "the prime •objection to most American novels, prepared for the English market, is that they are not American and are not novels. ^ The Marshall Messenger has passed into the hands of Messrs. Homer M. Price and Neal Edmonds, who, in the last issue, gracefully introduce them- selves to the public. Th6 Messenger is an eight column, neatly printed and admirably conducted paper. May the new management have all the success it merits. • m ■ ■ The Tennessee Democracy that 'elected Gen. Bate governor may be said to have committed itself to Gov- ernor Cleveland for the National race in 1884. At the inaugural cercmonies a placard was conspicuously exhibited bearing the inscription: "For Presi- dent, Grover Cleveland; for V...

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

•f* * DAILY DEMOCRAT, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY: Patlyi per copy, On* month. Three months, tx months. One year, WBBKLY. $ 6c 75o 2.00 3.50 6.00 60 .Weekly, one copy, #1* months, - One copy, one year, - - - 1.00 No subscription received for less than elx months for the weekly. Mew; Schedule. T. A F.—BOUND WEST. Ke. 1 MaH and Express arrives 10:1# r. *. (fo. l " " leaves-10:30 " Arrives al fil Paso at 3:30 a. ia., second awning. BOUND BAST. Ho. 4 Mall and Express arrives 6:0# a. m. jflo. 4 " •' leaves 5:15 " II. P.—BOUND NORTH. Me.tP No. 154 express arrives 10:20p. ja. B9. P, No. 154 express leaves - 7:30j lu T. & r. VIA SHERMAN. Ne. S2 express leaves - * * * 5:30 a.m. Ho. 81 express arrives - - - 9:40 p. in. M. P.—BOUND SOUTH. No. 153 Express arrives - • 6:10 a. n.. No. 163 Express leaves • • • 7.30a. in. p. w. * . e. tl 11 leaves * • arrives • a., • 4k s. r. Express arrives ... Express leaves • Mixed arrives ' Mixed leaver ... Sly Maggie, my beautiful darling! Come Into my ar...

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

If**- aily Democrat. Ur I X I '!A «K ' / FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1888. ikhms. frubicrfption—-It cents per week, invariably in advance. Weekly. f 1 per year. Advertisements—One inch one week. 11.00, * v ..w-iutit tftm* two inches ldverii8eineuw--^',| ,« "«,w one inch one montli, $3.00; two inches one month. $3.00. Larger advertisements L^Notfce"-<Per line, tirst insertieii, !0 cents; each subsequent insertionScents. Entered at the postaffloe at Fort Worth, Texas, a* second-class mail matter. \ / '4 ft . r OZTY ELECTION. roh marshal. We are authorized to announce Geo. W. Hill, our old city engineer, us a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce II. A. f"Heck") Thomas as a candidate Tor city marshal. Election in April, 1883. We are authorized to announce Jake Higgle as a candidate for marshal of Forf Worth. Election April, 188J. We are authorized to announce the name of W. M. Rea as candidate for the office of*city marshal at the coining electi...

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

DAILY DEMOCRAT. •V. YOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY lO, 1883. NQ.76 7. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OP HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, FORT WORTH, CAPITAL: SURPLUS', TEXAS. $100,000 30,000 25 CENT COLUMN FOlt SALE. FOR SALE— Stock of trroperles for sale cheap. Also store house for rent; doing a first-class cash business. Inquire of Chas. Raggett, 20 Weatlierford street. WANTED. Dmacroas— M B Leyd, 0m Jaekeon, C Beanett, Z*ne Oettl ,J S Godwin, 8 B Burnett, J D Hood. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WORTH, - - TEXAS. PAID UP CAPITAL -SURPLUS, $150 000 19,000 WANTED by the Daily Dkmockat 500 additional city subscribers at 20 cents a week, or 75 centB a month. ▲11 matters pertaining to conservative banking receive prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. "President, A. M. BRITTON. Vlce-rresldent, JNO. NICHOLS. Cashier, S. W. LOMAX. GK *W. ISBITHOWBE, L. N. Brunswig & Co. Were too busy selling, packing and shipping goods this Morning t...

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

w ii tvs i 11 > i S® IV* *"'"4 'v'** f -' /'• #«*? DAILY DEMOCRAT. muniD bt the DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - EDITOR, W. j. Saundku, - Buelneee Manager. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1883. Tbb land bill providing a general system governing the sales of school lands in Texas will' come up as the special order in the senate to-day. ^ ^ Mb. E. G. Senteb has assumed edi- torial control of the Clebarne Tele- gram. Under his management it Will lose none of its character for \ .prightliness and ability. It is announced that the French senate committee have agreed to re- port against the expulsion^bill. Thus it appears that the Bonapartists are hot without powerful backing among the "volatiles." This faltering of the government is significant of a coming storm in France, and who can say that another Napoleon is not to rule the empire ? By the death of a Rhode Island clergyman the fact is devolopod that piety may be miserly, and that the pulpit is no sure bulwark against venalit...

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

itWC 'J i <• DAILY DEMOCRAT. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY Daily, per copy, On* month. • Three months, Six month*. • On* year, . • $ Bo 76c 2.00 3.60 6.00 WUKI.Y. Weekly, one copy, six monthe, • 60 One copy, one year, - - - No subscription receWed for less than ■Ix months for the weekly. at era; S M«W: iom« U. T. * P.- -10Uir WK8T. • 1 Mail and Express arrives 10:19 P. u. ^ " leaves* 10:30 " Arrive* al fill Paso at 8:30 a. iaM second big. BOUND BAST. •. 4 Mill and Express arrives 6:00 a. rn. 0.4 •' •' leaves 6:15 " K. p.—mumd NORTU. II •. P Na. 154 express arrivps 10:20 p. u Mo. P. N®. 154 express leaves - 7:301 i* T. dt P. VIA BH6BMAN, if•, t2 express leaves • k - ♦ 6:30 a. m. K . II expresi arrives • • • 9:40 p.m.' II. P.—BOl'KU SOUTH. We. 153 Express arrives • - 6:10 a. n . He. 153 Express leaves - * * 7,30a. in. r. w. a 9. e. rf 11 leaves * - • - «a.m. arrivea - • • ' • - 2:25 p. in, e * *. r. Express arrives ... 9:45 p.m. Express leaves .... f>:15 a.m. Mixed arrives • Mixe...

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

W.; 4* ~ Mr W< ::4 ?r £ ■j • IV Tja'Cly Democrat. r jit •v K p ■ \l l .-vV V \V< I'll :i • ! t 1 I !i < > i' * -i > I! I! I 0X 8ATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1688. TERMS. ubscrlption—2Ucents per week. invariably in advance. Weekly |1 per year. Advertisements— One inch one week. fl.00; oneincti one month, $3.00; two inches one month. fS.00. Larger advertisements at sptcial rateH. " Lecal Notices—Per line. first Insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertion6 cents; Entered st tbe post*ffloe at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mall matter. CITY BLEOTXON. FOR MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce Geo. W. Hill, our old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for city marshal. Election In April, 1883. We are authorized to announce .Take Riggle as a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the name of W. M. ltea as candidate for th...

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

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. TOE. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, EEBRUARY 12,1883. NO. 77 CITY AND COUNTY DIBECTOBY ftMBfelal, Ministerial and Polioo Direc- tory of Tarrant County. W. District Judge—A. J. Hood. Countv Judge—It. K. Beckham. District Clerk—J. M. Hartstleld. County Clerk—John P. Swayne. Sheriff— \V. T. Maddox. Deputy Sheriff's—K, H. Tucker, a Weir. W. P. ThouiaS. County Attorney—\V. 8. Pendleton County Treasurer—J. B. Boyd. County Tax Collector—Frank El list on. County Tax Assessor—VV. D. Hall. County Surveyor—Q. M. Williams. Commissioners—B. F. Latimer. t>: clnct No. 1: L. H. Stephens, precli No. '2; John Terrell, precinct B. Maddox, precinct No. 4. re- H. Stephens, precinct No. 3; T ' P Justices of the Peace—Sam Furtnan, John F. Zlnn, precinct No. 1; E. E. Ran- kin, precinct No. 2; S. Cowan, precinct No. 3; L. W. Jones, precinct No. 4; Jas. II. Smith, precinct No. 5; J. M. Ben- brook, precinct No. 0; J. E. Hickman, precinct No. 7; T. B. lluitt, precinct No. 8. Const...

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

i ill \ Y % % % DAILY DEMOCRAT. fubu8bro by tbx DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY '■ CABEY W. STYLES, - - Kditoh, W. J. Saunders, - Business Manager. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1883. Thi business failures lor last week, numbered 275, being 80 leu than the previous week. The bad weather probably caused the falling off. — > mm Mas. Langtry found New Or- leais the most delightful city she has visited in America; was pleased with the treatment of the press and really regrets she eould not see more of the South. The Children's Aid Society of New York sent twenty-seven Jboys and girls West, last week, in charge of the western agent. They were conducted to Lanesborougb, Minn., where good homes awaited them, i m ■ —i Thk Mexican government has published tho decroe that the deci- mal system shall come in force in that republic January 1, 1884. This reform with reciprocal free trade will just about complote the conquest. In the Chihuahua riot, last Sun- day was a week ago, about 200 dis- solute characte...

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

V ' 4 ■? DAILY-DEMOCRAT, TERMS OS" SUBSCRIPTION. , / , iuily : *, i i . Daily, per copy, • One month, .... Three months, - Six months, - One year, < - WKKKLT. Weekly, one copy, six months, One copy, one year, No subscription received for less thun ■ix months for the weeklv. $ Be 75c 2.00 3.50 6.00 50 1.00 Mew; Schedule. . T. * P.—SOUND WK8T. B«. 1 llail and Express arrives 10:10 p. m. e. 1 " " leaves - 10:30 " Arrive* al £B1 Paso at 8:80 a. u., second (■•rning. bound EAST. Je. 4 Mail and Express arrives 5:00 a. m. Fe. 4 " •' leaves 5:15 " M. P.—BOUND NORTH. Me. P Ne. 154 express arrives 10:20p. M Mo. T. No. 154 express leaves - 7:30p la t. & p. via 8hkrman. No. 12 express leaves - - - • *o. 21 express arrives - - - *. .P.—sSOtJNl) BpUTNf. H®. 153 Exjpresg arrives | - K«. 163 Express leaves - • - y p. *. * .«. M il iwrei — • arrives o A B. r. Express arrives Express leaves Mixed arrives • Mixed leaves F< 1 * 5:30 a. in. 9:40 p. in. t: 10 a. n.. 7.30k. in. - 0 a.m. 2:25 p. i...

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

1 • "• *• - .t-. ./ " v. , *-.* > ■ s * : if \"VI "n- •N ;•« v ..* \jr ' v >■:. / * c . H i « ir f II ri ;; il ; 'I I I I i I - t V I w n I f! M L •5 a II I a t I ■: !V4 Daily Democrat. 1 MONDAY, FEBRUAKY 12, 1883. TBBHI. ubscriptlon—20 cents per week, invariably in advance. Weekly $1 per year. •Advertisements—One inch one week.fl.OO; one inch one month, $3.00; two inches one month. $6.00. Larger advertisements , at special rates. „ , , Local Notices—Per line, first insertion, 10 cents; euch subsequent insertions cents; Entered at tbe postefflce at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mail matter. CITY ELECTION. •* k>n marshal. We are authorized to announce Geo. W. 11111, our old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing "election. We are authorized to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for city marshal. Election in April. 188It. We are authorized to announce Jake Higgle as a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election April, 1883. We are a...

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

f THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. i TOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18,1883. NO. 78 CITY AND COUNTY DIRECTORY Jmdiolkl, Ministerial and Polio* Direa- tary of Tarrant County. District Judge—A. J. Hood. Countv Judge—R. E. lieckham. District Clerk—J. M. Hartsileld. County Clerk—.lolin P. Swayne. Bheriff—W. T. Maddox. Deputy Sheriff's—R. II. Tucker, G. W. Weir, Vv. P. Thomas. County Attorney—W. S. Pendleton County Treasurer—J. B. Boyd. County Tax Collector—Frank Klliston. County Tax Assessor—W. D. llail. County Surveyor—G. M. Williams. Commissioners—B. F. Latimer, pre- cinct No. 1; L. H. Stephens, precinct No. 2; John Terrell, precinct No. 3; T. B. Maddox, precinct No. 4. Justices or the Peace—Sam Furman, John F. Zinn, precinct No. 1; E. E. Ban- kin, precinct No. 2; S. Cowan, precinct No. 3; L. W. Jones, precinct No. 4; Jas. H. Smith, precinct No. 5; J. M. Ben- brook, precinct No. 0; J. E. Hickman, precinct No. 7: T. B. lluitt,. precinct No. 8. Constable—W.B. Hale, precinct No....

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

NMHMM. -V- • i W X- ' as a ■*' « ^! ~ 11 11 i! : i ■•I 1 11 i 1 * 3 M K,i $1 J ci ,1 M 4 1 :) ' II pL I -j i A JLY bemocrat. 1'UHLISHKD BY Tint democrat printing company CAREY W. BTTI.ES, K rron, W. J. Saundeiis, - Business Manager. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1883. The "curront topic" editor of the St. Louis Republican must be a orusty old bachelor, who baa never felt the jsweet influences of the per- fumed bouquet, or he would not drag the botanical garden, at Wash- ington, into politics as a Democratic issao. Ho says: The private bouquet factory of con- gress, Known as the botanical garden, may be a verv convenient institution for congressmen who are fond of flow- ers, but It is a good deal of extrava- gance to spend $17,000 annually to pro- vide our law-uiakers with floral collec- tions. Let the Democratic leaders mark the botanical garden down on their memorandum books as a flt sub- ject for economy nfcxt winter. It is a needless expense, and congressmen who want flowers should pay f...

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

v i i <*y DAILY DEMOCRAT. TSRMB OF SUBSCRIPTION. daily: Daily, per copy, - One month, ... Three months, • Six months, - One year, - WUtKl.Y. 'Weekly, one copy, six months One copy, one year, - No subscription received for less than alx months for the weekly. $ So 75c 8.00 3.50 0.00 50 1.00 Maw; Schedule. t. a p.—sous® west. • Ma. 1 Matt and Express arrives 10:1# r. k. (l®, i " " leaves - 10:30 " ' Arrives at fil Paso at 8a. ta., second oteraiag. hound kaht. Ma. 4 MaB and Express arrives 5:00 a. in. A«. 4 " • •' leuvcs 8:15 " m. p.—bound north. Mo.;P No. 154 express arrives 10:20p. i.t Mo. F. No. 154 express leaves • 7:301 la T. & P. VIA BHKBMAN. Xfo. 82 express leaves • • - - 5:30 a.m. No. 81 express arrives - • • 9:40 p.m. M. P.—BOUND SOUTH. No. 1.53 Express arrives - • 5:10 a. n.. No. 163 Express leaves • • * 7.3 «.. in. r. w. * . e. At it lenves • arrives • a., • * s. f. Express arrives Express leaves Mixed arrives • Mixed leaves - 6 a. m. 2:25 p. in, 0:45 p. m, 6:15 a. m....

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

J *• -« o. ■ . ^ > t . ' J i u , Vv *• k 1 w •9- ri V* V ■r A aily Democrat, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1883 TBBHI. n—20cents per week, invariably ItTsdvonce. Weekly fl per year. •Advertisements—One inch one week.fl.l •one inch one month, l'i.00; two inches one month. $5.00. Larger advertisements l^a/NoUces—Per line, first insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertiono cents; Entered at the postefflce at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mall matter# CITY ELECTION. y©ll MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce Geo. W Hill, our old city engineer, as a can tfidate for City Marshal at the ensuing 'election. We are authorized to announce II. A f"IIeck") Thomas as a candidate for city manhal. Election In April, 18811. We are authorized to announce Jake Higgle as a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the name of W. M. Rca as candidate for the office of city marshal at the coming •lection. We are authorized to announce the name of George W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 14 February 1883

i 3 1, *V«B U v * ■*. * w THE DAILY DEMOCIAT. Vol. i. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14,1883. NO. 79 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OP HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, PORT WORTH, - • - I CAPITAL SURPLUS, TEXAS. $100,000 30,000 4 DnuccTvufl—M B Leyd, 6*0 Jtekeon, B C Beanett, Zane Celt!, J s Godwin, S B Buraett, J D Reed. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WORTH, • - TEXAS. I PAID UP CAPITAL SURPLUS, $150,000 i9,oeo All matters pertaining to conseriratlre banking receive prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. ^ r i i President, A. M. BRITTON. Vice-President, JNO. NICHOLS. Cashier, S. W. LOMAX. GK "W. ISBlTHOWEEi i DEAI.Elt IN ALL KINDS OF PROD 1T1 J. Jl -ALL GO DS PROMPTLY DELIYERED- 2V©. 8ti Houston bfreet, Fort Worth, Texas. KNEELAND, LITTLEJOHN & MARTIN, Insurance and Land Agents, 21 MAC* STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS- ECLIPSE LUMBER YARD CORNER OF NINTH AND THROCKMORTON STEEETS, R. M. PAGE, PROPRIETOR, n&s the Largest Stock and Best Ass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 14 February 1883

C r ^■1 '* m •, | 'X, •fi c K .1 f ii- .# Tt 1 1 < i t I il c X ■■■{, Jfcf- DAILY DEMOCRAT, (."£ PUBLISHED BY TUB DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY! carey w. styles, - - editor, W.J.Saunders, - Business Manager. Liadvilub, with a water supply that has only to run down the | mountains, is having a water famine. Jack Frost sealed up the streams. : f34.50 on the whole con- The second purchaser I sold fe.50 to other dealers, his [ prof s seventy-five cents per >quar)f these,, one quart was | sold B5 to a broker, who sent then lady in Brooklyn. Three iquar Delmonico for adorning fancjiks, and so on till all were WEDNESDAY, fEBBUARY 14,1883.1 disPfof« From first shipment 1 the sherries wore owned by five | difforpeople, and the combined | cost i profits were $94.50. The jlowoEigle quart sold for 91 j the higher 85. The highest profit I mado one dealer was 91.50 a In the case of tho state of Texas lv artn the entiro consignment vs. Leonard Haynes, charged with thoro o about 2,800 berries, or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 14 February 1883

V*1 L> DAILY DEMOCRAT. TERMS of subscription. DAILY: Dally, per copy, - - - • $ 60 On* month, .... 75c •Three months, .... j.oo Biz month*. .... 3.50 On* year, 6.00 WXXKLY. <Weekly, one copy, six months, - SO On* copy, one year, . - 1.00 ' No subscription received for less than ■tx months for th* weekly. a. m. Ztew; Schedali. If T. * r.—I0IIM9 WERT. X*. 1 HaK and Express arrives 10 ;M r. M. B*. 1 " A Ifaves- 10:30 " •' Arrivei at B1 Puso at t:3Q a. in., second caeralag. , MH> SAST. S*. 4 Mai and Express arrives C:M *.4 " •' leaves 6:15 M. F.—BOUND NORTH. lio. P No. 154 express arrives 10:20?. 14 uo. P. No. 154express leaves - 7:30| la • T. * P. VIA SHERMAN. JC#. 32 express leaves - - •' - 8:S0a. m. No. #1 express arrives • • • 9:40 p.m. M. r.—SOUND SOUTH. No. 158 Express arrives • • 5:10 a. n.. No. 153 Express leaves - • • 7.30 . in. r. w. * . «. tt tlleaves • - • • •a.m. • arriren • • - S:25p.m, *.. •* .?. Express arrives • • • :45 p.m. Express leaves ■ -0:15 a.m. Mixed ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 14 February 1883

mm n+*nf*~ "** f Daily Democrat. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1883. nun ubucription—30rents per week, invariably in advance. Weeklv SI per year. Advertisement*—One inch one week. >1.00. ope inch one month, 3.0U; two one month. *6.00. Larger advertisements J.®ca^oUce«a-Per iine. first \"5erU*n'J'0 cents; each subsequent insertion6 cents, Entered at the posteffloe at Fort Worth, \T#xas. as seoond-ilass mall matter. 1 It } fi ,|l i- city election. fob marshal. We art authorized to announce Geo. W. Hill, onr old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing 'election. We are authorized to announce n. A. '("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for city marshal. Election In April, 1883 We are authorized to announce Joke RlKKle as a candidate for marshal of ForfWorth. Election April, 1883. We are authorized to announce the name of W. M. Rea as candidate for the office of city marshal at the coming election. We are authorized to announce the name of George W. Weir as a candidate tor...

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