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

i£a DAILY DEMOCRAT. .•MS VOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21,1883. NO. 85 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS. FORT WORTH, - - - TEXAS. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, $100,000 30,000 Dibvotoks—U B Leyd, tieo J&akton, D C Bennett, Zaue CciU, J S Godwin, S B Burnett, J D lleod. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WORTH, • - TEXAS. 25 C ENTCOLUMN This column will be npproprlnlpd to "Wants," "For Sale," "To Kent." ••Found." "Lost," "1'ersonHl." and such other advertisements as can be con- densed into Hve lines or less, lor which 25 cents only will be charged for one in- sertion and 50 cents for three insertions. For each additional line above livu lines, live cents.) FOR S^LE. FOIl SALE—Stock of groceries for sale cheap. Also store house for rent; doing a tirst-class cash business. Inquire of Chas. Baggett, "20 Wuatlierford street. FOR SALE—Old papers at 50 cents per hundred. this oflice, tf * r ■<4 m i 9 X PAID UP CAPITAL SURPLUS, $150 000 19,0G0 WANTED. W...

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

DAILY DEMOCRAT. I ) / 1 • , r v & r r K rulfthhed bt THE DEMOCRAT PAINTING COMPANY CABEY W. STYLES, - - Eimon, "W. J. Salkdhm, ■* Business Manager. WEDXESDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1S83. Tb* Boutbern correspondent of the New York Sun hu made the discovery that education does not solve the negro problem. Some peo- ple knew it before. ■ ■ ■ Rerdell continued his "damaging testimony" in the star route trial yesterday, showing that JliDer signed the names of co-conspirators j when occasion required. Ex-GoVebnob and Scnator-elect ih Colquitt, of Georgia, delivered bis * lecture in Cleveland, Ohio, the other day, and was introduced to the aa- $ diouce by Ex-President Hayes. There's pansy for the westerner and rosemary for the southerner. m* m Tflt* report of the senate commit- t tee on foreign affairs, recommending the adoption of the Grant-Gould Mexican treaty, seenres its accept- ance by the senate. Perhaps it was a knowledge of this forthcoming re- port that caused Col. Fred Grant to change...

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

f A., y \ DAILY -DEMOCRAT. TEllMS OF SUBSCRIPTION1. DAILY : Daily, per copy, - One month. - " Three months, • Six months. - One year, - M'jDyiTiT. Weekly, ono copy, six months, One copy, one year, N« subscription received for •ix months for the weekly. $ 5c 75c 2.00 3.50 ti.OO •0 1.00 thun N«w; Koliedsl*. T. * P.— ®rn wb8t. v. 1 Vail und Exj>re«8 arrives 10:W r. u. fj0| 1 " leaves • 10:30 " Arrives at Hi Puso at 8:30 a. i*., uecond u «rBiaS- D««HD HAST. K«. 4 MaM aud lixpress arrives 6:0$ a. rn. jo. 4 " " leaves *:15 " X. P.—B«UND K«RTH. >1«. P Ne. 154 express arrives 10:20 p. u lie. P. N«. 154 express leaves • 7:30). la v, T. <t P. VIA (HERMAN. ft*. 12 express leaves .... S .SOa. n. Xo. SI express arrives • - - 0:40 p.m. M. r.—BOU SOOTH. Mo. 158 Express arrives - - <:10a. n.- Vo. 153 Express leaves - - - 7.8t «>. m. r. w. A D. «. ft! 11 leaves - - - - «a. m. arrives 2:26 p. in, Kxpress arrives Express leaves Mixed arrives • ■Mixed leaves • A . F. 9:45 p. m. • 6:15 a....

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

L A . Daily Democrat, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1883. •? lilt MS. uliwriptfon—SOcents iierr/t-tvc, Invurially in mlvunre. Weekly por ye.ir. A«' v ert im-jiifiil •=- • Me iui'li one e^k.VI «*t one iiu.ii oho tuonUi. ; t\v>i one mouth, *3.00. Larger tulvortimMuents Ht^picial rates. l.trnul Notices—Per iln . first insertion, 10 rents; each gubseqipent insertion 5 cents; >— Entered at tiie pnstefflce at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mull mutter. < h i / £ *• Iff ' s. CITY ELECTION. l'OIt MARHHAt,. VTe are authorized to announce Cieo. W. Hill, our old city engineer, aa a can- didate for City Marshal ut the ensuing election. Wo are authorized to announce 71. A. -•'Heck'". Thorna* nw a candidate for city marshal. Election In April. 1Sh:1. "We ari: eutboweil l .• .!«!•: VJifvplij a I ■' jpnrahal of Fort VV'irfjti. i IcclV'ii A iH'ii, I8,<l. VVf in'- aul'norl/.^d to announce the f name of XV. M. lift) aa candidate for I he office of city marshal at the coming election. We are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 22 February 1883

I i itMmrn THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOL, I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22,1883. NO. 8# FIRST NATIONAL BANE, QOftNKft OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS. FORT WORTH, CAPITAL, SURPLUS, TEXAS. $100,000 30,000 25CENTCOLUMN This column will be appropriated to "Wants," "For Sale," "'1\ Rent," "Found," "Lost,'* "Personal." and such other advertisements as cun be con- densed into live lines or less, for which 25 cents only will be charged for one In- sertion and .">0 cents for three Insertions. For each additional line above live lines, live cents.) D sot*«s— II B Ltyd, Om JaShsoa, B C Bouiett, ZahB^CetlV; J S Godwin, S B Burnett, J D Seed. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WOtlTH, TEXAS, PAID UP CAPITAL SURPLUS, $150 000 19,000 All matter* pertaining to conservative banking receive prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. President, A. M. BR1TTON. Vice-President, JNO. NICHOLS. Cashier. S. W. LOMAX. G. W. ISENHOWER, DBALER IX ALL "KINDS OF GROCERIES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 22 February 1883

be ft .t r \ DAILY -DEMOCRAT. published by tiik DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAItEY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W, J. Saunders, - Business Manager. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883. ' * _J1'- One of the early changes in the ~^reat "Amorican language" may bo T'S-houl. for Gould. Tho derivation s^would bo easy, and tho change would meet approval. — At Pittsburg, Penn., tho United States Iron and Tyi-plato works were totally destroyed by firo at Dcmuter station Sutrday morning. .Loss $100,000; insurance 850,000. \ The Maine legislature has p,assod '-v "■ prohibition amendment to the % naaato constitution by a vote ot 104 ' 1-VoA 37—a number of Democrats wting for tho measure and all tho ^«J#pu^lican8 except four. It is pre- dicted there will bo an Ohio up- heaval in Maine next year. * <m • <— \ The New York Sun gives Mr. Jay ■Gould a send-off on his departure on his foreign tour' which ho should by all means tako with him as a me- mento of the estimation in which ho is held by his sorrowing c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 22 February 1883

r -/ -\ ► D^UbY OKMOCli4T. TESS 6 T S It B 8 Oft I daily : Daily, per copy, - - - * t 5c One month, • -Ji,c Three months, ... 2.00 Six months. - 3.50 One year, - * .00 wkkei.t. Weekly, «ne copy, six months, - 60 One copy, one yeur, - - - LOO No subscription received for less than six months for the weekly. Now; Scbtilil*. VfcXftT - -— T. I F.—BOUH WEST. K . ) JJaJ anil Express arrives ]0:id i>. m. " leaves • 19:20 " Arrives ut Jil Puso at 3 :'.>0 a. iu., necond aieruiag. B«BND EAST, No. 4 Mutl utij Kxprob# arrives ( :09 a. in. J5 . 4 " •' leaves 6:15 " M. P.—BOVSU N«RTH. Mo. P N'«. 1M express arrives li:20p i i Mo. P. No. 154 express leaves - 7 :i5C }• lit . T. <SC P. VIA ailKUMAK. • C:K0a. in. No. 88 express leaves - - S«. 31 express arrives * - - II. P.—BOUNS BOOTH. No. 158 Express arrives • ■ - He. 163 Express leaves - > - r. w. a d. c. a# 11 leaves arrives Express arrives Express leaves Mixed arrives • Mixed learoH • A H. F. 0:49 p. ui. 1:10 a. n 7,3Vi . jo. - Sa. ui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Democrat — 22 February 1883

■i DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883. 1KUMS. bscription--2li cents per week, invariably in advancei Weakly 91 per year, h Advertisements—One inch oiiu week. *1.00; it one inch one month, $8.00; two ioolics ,r one month. 95.00. Larger advertisements 1 at special Tates. , , , .. • Local Notices—Per line. Ursl insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertion6 cents; Entered at the poatefllce at Fott Worth, Texas. as second-class mail matter. (I \ W ♦ if i * 4 X V OUT ELECTION. K9R MABHHALi We are authorized to announce Geo. if. 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 Jake Itiirffle aa a candidate for marshal of Kort Worth. Election April. 188a. 1 We are authorized to announce tho , name of W. M. Rea as candidate for 1 the office of city marshal at the coming ' selection. j'Awe are alithOrjzed...

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

•f ~- THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. vb L. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS,*FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23,1883. • FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OORSiKR OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STHBETS.' fort worth. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, texas. $100,000 30,000 25 CENT COLUMN JJiu *OT a —54 B JLeyd, Burnett, J D Reed. tteo Jafhaoa, C kuutt, Zane Cetti, J S Gedwla, S B THE CITY NATIONAL BANK fort worth, - - texas, "7 PAID UP CAPITAL SURPLUS, $150 000 19,000 AU mattera pertaining to conservative banking raeatva prompt and careful attention. ... Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. Pretfdant, A. *£. BRITTON. Vice-President, JNO. NICHOLS. Caahier. S. W. LOMAX. G. W. ISENHOWER, DBAUCR IK ALL KINDS OF P PIP \ J. Jl This coinlun will be appropriated to j "Wants," "For Sale," "To Rent." •■Found." "Lost," "Personal." and such other advertisements as can lie con- densed into live lines or less, for which 25 cents only will be charged for one in- sertion and 80 cents for three insertions. For each additional line above live lines, live cent...

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

DAILY -DEMOCRAT. i'um/ishkd by ti1k DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - Editor, W. J. Saunders, - Business Manager. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1883. m \ J ' I ■ ■ * General Hazkn wants his man- agement of the signal service inves- tigatod by a senate committee, but secretary Lincoln prefers a court of inquiry and then a court martial if developments warrant it. The coun- try has come to a sad pass when even its weather—its winds,- its rains, its sunshine and its storms, aro used as ("h instruments of fraud, peculation and citj roguery by government officials. Tns value of the wood used as fuel during 1880 quantity so itis •^#ior domestic purposes v namijUaB 9306,850,040 ; the ®Consumed, 140,587,439 cords; and the number of persons who used it, 38,975)074. The amount burned by steamboats, railroads, in manufac- tories and mining operations was 5,240,608 cords, valued at $15,012,- 233. In addition to this, 74,008,972 bushels of charcoal were consumed, valued at $5,276,786. m The ...

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

DAILY DE&OCliAT. \ 'I t y TEKUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY: DiUf, per eopy ou* month, . . • ■Three month*, , • • • fit* montlia oue year, WUKLT. "Weekly, ore copy, lx month , Onecoiiy, one year, • No eubucrlptlnn received fof lew tUau lx mouth* for the Weekly. • to 7.ic 2.0J il.MI 6 .0 flOi 1 00 Maw Schedule. No 1 Mell ami Kxpre<« errivea . 10:10 p. >i Kg, 1 •• •• •• Umvh* . J0:S.' " Arrives at El Fuo at 8:S0 a.m., secouU lnorn- tng. BOUND EAST. No No . 4 Mall and Kxmeas arrlven , . 4 #• " '• leaves M . r.— DOtTND MOUTH. Mo. P. No. 1M Nxpresa arrives . Mo. P. No. 1M Express 1 sores t. a p. via subbman; No. M Kxpress leaves .... No. 81 Express arrives . , . • rnimTT: II it I ' ' 4 *«** «• Mall leave* f . \ J > . ™. arrives , i , 5.ooa. m. t>: It " 10:90 p.m. T:^0p. m. 5:so a. V:10 p. IB. 111. * B. P. Express arrives, Express leav -s, Mixed arrives Mixed Wares 9:10a. mv 7: m a, m. 6 a. in. tiilftp. m. U:4* p. m. 0:15 u. m 8:45 . 111. 6:80 p. m THB COKXBBCLAX TEBATY WITH ME...

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

> ' \il i, ' I ■s 1 i Subscription—20 cents par ^eek, 1h- Ytrlably in advance. Weekly $1 per , year. AdvertlMment/i—One inch one week. $1100; one inch one month, $3.00; two Inches one month, $5.00. Larger ad- vertitements at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first Insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent Insertion, 5 centai Entered at the posteffloe at Fort Worth, Texas, aa second-class nail matter. CITY ELECTION. for maltihuiy ' • We are authorized to announce Geo. '. Hill, our old city engineer, as a can- jite for City Marshal at tha ensuing ("B. ation. clty l'Ojsre authorized to announce II. A. We «£") Thomas as a candidate for ItigjM whrslikl. . Election In April, 1883 ForfV ftllth( 1 ,v _*re authorized to announce Jake • Wf,or, as. .a candidate for marshal of v name electli** aro authorized to announce the rate of W. M. Bea as candidate for fe ofllce or city marshal at the coming Election. We are authorized fo announce the name of George W. Weir as a candidate ; for the off...

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

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. hMM «? YOL. I. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24,1883. NO. 88 > ! i FIRST NATIONAL BANK, CORNER OF HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS. FORT WORTH, - - - TEXAS. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, $100,000 30,000 Dirbctsrs— M B Leyd, Um JmImos, C BmmM, Z%ne CelW, J 8 Codwim, S B Burnett, J D Reed. V THE CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WOTtTH, PAID UP CAPITAL SURPLUS, TEXAB. $150 000 19,000 ▲11 matters pertaining to conservative banking receive prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. President, A. M. BRIXTON. Vlee-Presldent, JNO. NICHOLS. Cashier. S. W. LOMAX. STAR STORE! Ladies and Gents Fine OUR SPECIALTY. LEWIS BROTHERS & CO. 53 Houston. Street, Fort Worth, Texas. G. W. ISENHOWER, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OK GROCERIES AND PRQR pm 4 J. Jl -ALL GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED- ife. St Jfoutton /street, Fort Worth, Texas. !*-■ KNEELAND, lITYLEJOHN & MARTIN, Insurance and Land Agents, 21 MAIN STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS. ECLIPSE LUMBER YAED CORNER OP ...

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

i v m * DAILY DEMOCRAT. runusiiKo by tub DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STILES, - - KDI'ton, W. J. Saundkrs, - Business Manager. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1883. «* w \ Philadelphia eloctod a Eopubli- r can mayor and council with increased majority. * mam THE ASHUELOT. The Washington Dispatch of the Slat, fttrtbor referring to tho loss of ► the war ship Aahuelot, in tho Pacific ocean says: "No information from the United States steamer Ashuelot has been recoived at the navy do- pbrtment. The report, however, was nam* all discrodited, as tho vessel was the f'oiot considered very seaworthy; in •lec%act she was a laughing-stock among naval officers.' She was a paddle wheel, thin-plated iron Bhip of 1370 tons displacement, and was what 'I is knewn as a doublc-ender. She was buillj in 18G3 for the purposes of river navigation during the war, and was used in tho blockade." Who shall bo hold accountable for the sending out of a U. S. war steamer "hot considered veiy sea- worthy?" Tho repor...

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

{ is DAILY DEMOCRAT. TEHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. daily: Dally, per copy, .... • So On* mouth, , 7 Ac, Three month.', ... . 2 0) Six months Jt.„u uue year, ...... « .0 WISELY. Weekly, on* copy, nix month*, . . ftOn One copy, one year, .... 1.00 No suhocrlpttnn received for leas thaa blx months for the Weekly. New Schedule. T. t 1* —BOUND WI8T. No. 1 Mall and Ex pre * arrive* , 10:10 p. w No. 1 " " •' leaves . 10.S- ■ " Arrives at El Paso at 3:30 a.m., second morn- icg. BOUND BAST. No. 4 Mail and Express arrives . 6:03 a. m. No. 4 '• '• '• leaven . 6:15 " M. P.—1IOUND NOltTU. Mo. P. No. 1M Nxpress arrives . 10:20 p.m. Mo. P. No. 154 Express leaves , 7: ,0 p.m. T. 4 p. V1AS1IBHMAN. No. >2 Express leaves .... 5:S0 a. ra. No.81 Express arrives .... U:40 p. m. M. P.—no: ND HOUTIl. No. 1.13 Express arrives . . • MOa. m. No. 163 Express leaves .'. . 7: v *, m. . w. t o. o. Mall leaves .... «« arrives ■ o., c. a b. f. Express arrives, .... 0:41p.m. Express leavs, ... . 6:15 a. in Mixed arrives...

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

MMMUMMM ■ t f : > i DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1883 per week, In- Weekly $1 per VKBM8. Subscription—20 cents variably in advance. year. , Advertisements—One Inch one week (1.00; one lneb one month, $3-00; two inches one month, $5.00. Larger ad vertisements at special rates. Local Notices—Per line, first insertion. 10 cents; each subsequent insertion, cents. H Entered at the ]>ost«fllce at Fort Worth, Texas, as second-class mail matter. CITY ELECTION. Poll marshal. Mr* are authorized to announce Geo. Vf. Hill, our old city engineer, as a can- didate for City Marshal at the ensuing Mlddtion. ' We are authorised to announce II. A. ("Heck") Thomas as a candidate for city marshal. Election in Atprll, 188a. We art authorized to announce Jake Higgle afe a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election April, 1883. ^Ve 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 o...

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

1 "'WpHi % .'*u iffi-atip THE DAILY DEMOCRAT. '* C < ' vol. l fort worth, texas, monday evening, february 26,1883. NO. *9 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, COllNEtt OF IIOl'STOX and SECOND STitKliTA FORT WORTH. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, TEXAS. $100,000 3Q,000 25 CENT COLUMN be appropriated to Stile," "To Kent," Dirkctoks—H B Loyd, Geo Jaekeoa, D C Bennett, Zaue Celt', J S Godwia, S B Burnett, J D U«ed..— CITY NATIONAL BANK FORT WORTH, PAID UP CAPITAL • - surplus, TEXAS, $150 000 19,000 All matters pertaining to conservative banking receive prompt and careful attention. Drafts Sold on the Principal Cities of Europe. President, A. M. B1UTTON. Vice-President, JNO. NICHOLS. Cashier. S. \V. LOMAX. This column will "Wants," "For ••Found." "Lost," "Personal." and such other advertisements as can be con- densed into live lines or legs, for which 25 cents only will be charged for one in- sertion and 50 cents for three insertions. For each additional line above live lines, llye cents.) STAR SHOE STORE! Ladies ...

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

/ o O 0 DAILY 'DEMOCRAT. "N 1'uiu.isiied iiy 'l'hu DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY CAREY W. STYLES, - - Wi J. Bal'nubhh. - Business DlTC^t, unuger. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2«. 1883. Misb Susan B. Anthony sailed for Liverpool on Thursday, February 22d. .!« I,> Galveston is Bliil talking about waterworks, and announces that a Kansas City man is in tho city to submit a proposition. Fort AVorth builds while Galveston wrangles. ^ — Michigan is still in the throes of tho senatorial election dead-lock. Tho Democrats withdrew Newton put .up-^ M Barnes as a fusion candidate. Ho polled 44, 45 and 46 votes probably tljo same that were thrown for IfeWton. Ferry rallied ^to 26 to 29^ but fell back to 25. '^"FHlipor roafched 27 and Willots 16, while scattering got the balance. Tho Democrats again changed and concentrated on Lathrop who on (Saturday received 40 votes. Palmer polled 81, Btockbridgo 28, Willetts 14, remainder went to scattering. Tbero is undoubtedly a scheme on loot to work up tho largest) po...

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

r -j / \ & o DAILY DEMOCRAT. Tauits or BUBscmrrioN. daily: /PUS.'-"* lT)r«e month', , Hlk ntonUw, One year, . , • 8C 7N! 8.0) Ji.UI # ,0 WIXKLT* tfe«k)y, ods cpy, six monthi, . . <• On copy, one year i oo Ko •uVwcrlutlon received tor lest than tlx tevutb* for the Weekly. Kew Schedule. T. * P —BOUND WIRT So. 1 Mall and Kxpren arrivea Ho. 1 •• •• •• lravM Arrive* at El Paao at8:3ua. m.. in*. ' BOUND BAST. Ho. 4 Mall and Express arrives No. 4 1 * 4* •• leaves M. P.—BOUND NOETU Ko. ?• 1*0.1M Nxtiress arrives Mo. 1*. No. 154 Express leaves T. * P. VIA saauMAtr, Ho. W Express leaves . . . , Ho.81 Expressuririves . ; . . M. P.— HOl'KD BOOTH. Ho. 158 Express arrives . . • Ho. 163 Express leaves . . r.;w. • t)„ci Mall leave* .... arrive* Accommodation leaves . ; . " arrives . . . o., o. a s. r. Express arrives, , Express leavs, . Mixed arrives .... Mixed leaves , . . 10:'0 p. u . 10; 8J • • seoouU uiorn- . 6:00 a.m. . t:14 " . W:9ftp.m. . 7:10 p. in. 6:80 a. m. 8:40 p. Ill. 6:10 a. in...

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

1KRM8. DEMOCRAT. JtSSEVSIg; tfSSfta FEBRUARY SO, 1«S . per week, ii - advauce. Meekly $1 per ,nts—One Inch one Week, inch one month, :£M10; two month, $5.t)0. Larger* ad- * at special rates. ?er line, drat UNwrtion. subsequent insertion, 3 twffice at Foit Worth, mail matter. tJITY ELECTION. I'Olt MARSHAL. 'e are authorized to announce Geo. 1, our old city engineer, as a can- tor City Marshal at the ensuing £ re authorized to announce II. A. "j Thoirraaa candidate for "Electiofi in April, 1888. r^e are authorized to antioiince Jake -.zgle as a candidate for marshal of Fort Worth. Election Atyril, 1883. )We are authorized to announce the name of W. M. Rea as candidate for tbe office of city marshal at the coming election. \ We are authorized to announce the ie of George W. Weir as a candidate ( the office (if city marshal at tbe ring election. koll citv ahhkssou ax1 coi.t.kctor. AVe are authorized to announce Jesse . Melton, as a candidate for City As- essor and Collector at the ensui...

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