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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 January 1883

& o Of i * * * * •# O O -4 I m'V •<** > ^ Democrat. \ VOL. I. FOIiT VVOliTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1883. NO. 6* ■iif FIRST ' NATIONAL BANK CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS, Fort Worth, i .i i Texas. CAPITAL, $100,000 all^UJS, - I 20,000 Omenta—M. B. Loyd, President*, D. C. Bennett, Vice President ; George Jack- son, Cashier. Direct ohm-Godwin, Jas Wntkins, Geo Jackson, m B loyd, Jas d l'eed, d C Ben- J Q Sandidge. ' TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. A. M. Britton, President, John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Loninx, Cashier. TT ti j v OF FORT WORTH. A Capital and Surplus, . - $165,000.00 A RKGULAB. BANKING BUSINESS IN ALL ITS BRANC HEN TRANSACTED. Exchange bought and sold and collections made on nil accessible points. Draw sight exchange on England, Ireland, Prance, Germany, Austria, Italy, Denmark, Swe- St I Ron Thos. A. Tidbail, K. M. VanZandt, J. J, Jarvis, J. P. Smith. TIDBALL, VAN ZANDT & CO. Bankexs, '$ r i f ORT WORTH, TEXAS A General Banking Busing...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 January 1883

rf • Daiimly democrat, V - _ PUBLISHED btf"tuk ^—jy^MOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY 8CURI EY W. STYLES, - - Editor, Saunders, - Business Manager. Subsci tu Adve: op y. r SATURDAY, -i - M JANUARY 27,1883. THE WATEB-WOBKS. The Progress Kade In Their Con- struction, an£ Work Yet to Be Dona. THE HEAT. ESTATE BUSINESS. Some Land Notes Gathered From Those Who Are Posted. f V -•3" 3 o It is now about two .weeks since workmen commenced digging the trenches for the watermains. The most difficult part of the work was encountered and overcome in three or four days—that of cutting the trench through rock from the river bank to the level of courthouse square. From there the workmen had comparatively "plain sailing," and pushed the exca- vating and pipe-laying along down Houston and Main streets at the rate of about one-third of a mile each day. ' Yesterday evening the large . mains dh these two streets had readied the railway, and to-day the laborers ore working like beavers tunneling the railway tracks...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 January 1883

DAILY DEMOCRAT, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY ! Dally, per copy, One mouth, Three months, Six months. Ope year, $ 5c 75o 2.00 3.50 0.00 WKKKLY. r'Wf months, CO 1.00 on* cow, a ft fie j%ir, ation received for leas than (or the weekly. SCHOOL PRIVILEGES FOR THE COUNTIES. ^lvp following ia the text of Sena- tor Buchanan's bill to amend the con- * , j '!h ■ stitution po as to extend the privileges at present enjoyed by towns and cities in relation to self-imposed taxation for frco school purposes, to the people Wtlie counties. It is a good bill and ought to pass. Section 1. lie it resolved by the legis- lature of the state of Texas, that section 10 of article 11 of the constitution of the state of Texas be amended so as to here er.read as follows: .. "Sec. 10. The legislature may const i ute any city or town a seperatc school district, and the city authorities of any incorporated city or town may levy an & collect an anRual ad valorem tax not to exceed J of 1 per cent, in addition to...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 January 1883

Valuable BUjfeinoss A BUDGET OF NEWS. ftUEEN CITY FAIR AND HACING ASSOCIATION. Homo Made ana Pure. y Democrat. Beturn JANUARY Subsr ^ TEHNS. ^inllon—20rents per week, invariably fdvaiue. Weekly *1 per year. Mriisoiuenls—One inch one week. $1.00, y. • — —"nth. $3.lK); two ineJies Larger advertisement* inch one month. $3.00 he month. $3.00. Larger a<1 tJ^alPXouU8-P« line, first insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertion5 cents; '^Entered nt the posteffloe «t Fort Worth. Tfxns, iis second-class mail matter. F CITY ELECTION. 1? I FOB marshal. We ire 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. ffuHack") Thomas as a candidate, for city marshal.. Election in April, 1888. We are authorized to announce Jake Rleele as a candidate for marshal of Vort Worth. Election April, 1883. We are'authorised to announce the name of \V. M. Rea ns candidate for the office of city marshal a...

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