Fort Worth Daily Democrat. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 287, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 1, 1878 Page: 2 of 4
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SATURDAY, JtJNE-1, 1878...
paper opposes Throckmorton, it is
time to speak out in meeting. And,
milelif this thing is| stopped, the-:
xfifiecikaiM mafiagufs of/this road
may hear soim*Lhinggdrop.
We were confident when our
TO C0X-T1U BLTOltS :
No alituition. will l^npaid To an-oiiy taous
cot m mUiicsatioBS; every article must be a e-
interest is. respectfully solicited.
Correspondence Tor the benefit of the
writer, or of a personal nature, must be
paid for at advertising fates, and invaria-
bly in advunae.
special announced that Sam Bass
_________ |nd his party were surrounded in
CQiImanSiby th^water’s real name. Stephens,county, that the party
y t^rrespondencrcrn all ot" fwould be bagged. The announce-
ment of their escape and flight
is a bitter disappointment. How
the escape was effected we have
not yet learned, but these bold
brigands know that the game in-
volves life and liberty, and will
take desperate chances for liberty.
They are reported as well mounted
and riding rapidly for the border.
They will doubtless elude their
pursuers and make their escape.
If they could not be taken when
surrounded, the chances are not
good for their capture outlie open
prairie, or in the friendly moun-
Under no .circumstances do we return
rejected manuscript. ^ .
'Communications written on both sides
ot the sheet are never considered.
. Communications' calculated to subserve
private interests charged for at advertising
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES:
We will publish announcements for can-
didates, from now until the election, at
the following rates, payment to be made
in advance in every instance:
Districts officers.............,...... ^ RR
County officers............................... T! RR
Precinct officers,....................... 0 uu
The District Executive Commit-
tee having decided the time and
place, I hereby announce that the
Democratic Convention of the
Third Congressional District will
meet in Fort Worth on Wedges
day, the 7th day of August, for the
purpose of nominating a candidate
for Congress, and for the transac-
tion of such other business as may
properly come before it.
I have to request that the Chair-
men of the Executive Committees
of the different counties in the Dis-
trict will take such steps as will
secure a thorough organization of
their respective counties and their
full and just representation in the
K. M. VanZandt,
Ch. Dem. Ex. Com. 3d Con. Dis.
Democratic papers in the Dis-
trict please copy.
G reenbacks are the property
of the many and bear no interest.
Bonds are the property of the few
and bear interest. Which are most
likely to be repudiated, when re
sumption and its twin-devil, con-
traction, have brought the question
fairly home to an impoverished
“ Throckmorton” writes to the
Dallas Commercial that the reason
the candidate for governor, who
bears this aristocratic cognomen,
did not receive an indorsement in
precinct convention number two,
of Wood county, was because ahis
adherents did not turn out.” The
same reason will operate to nomi-
nate some other man for governor
Political life in this: country
“ is centred in three focuses of ac-
tion, which may be compared to
the different nervous centres which
give motion to the human body.
The township is the first, then tfie
county, and lastly tlie state.” The
Democrat, again urges upon the
people the necessity of action at
that time, when, and in that place
where, their action can be most ef-
fective—in the township meeting.
The further the scene ot action is
removed from the immediate pres-
ence of the people, the weaker
grows regard for the will of the
people. The people can obviate
this disregard of their wishes by
going to the township meeting and
instructing their delegates to the
county convention fully, and charg-
ing them to instruct the delegates
to the state convention, as to the
will of the people in regard to both
men and measures.
The labored effort of the Mar-
shall Herald to show that Hub-
bard is Tom Scott’s candidate for
governor, is Conclusive evidence
that the Herald has discovered
that Tom Scott’s candidate is not
popular in the state. The Herald
is right. There is a growing in-
disposition on the part of the peo-
ple to commit the destinies of
Texas to tlie keeping of the power
ful corporations or their agents.
TEXAS POLITICAL NOTES.
Busk Obferver: The heaviest
and most unjust and most unequal
burden cast upon the farmers ol
this state, by the law, is the pro-
duce tax. aiid yet this law is justi-
fied and defended by Grand Mast er
Laiig? who wants to be governor
of this state, i i J ’>
The Wise county convention
turns out to have been a mass
meeting'. The' precincts were not
represented by chosen delegates.
This is contrary to Democratic
usages and precedents. The peo-
ple should watch these matters
more closely.—Fort \\ outii
If the Wise county convention
was not conducted according to
Democratic usages and customs,
it was not a Democratic conven-
tion. The executive committee
should explain. Waco Examiner.
Sabine Saxon: The race for
governor has simply narrowed
down to Throckmorton and Hub-
bard, with Judge Deyine as a
makeweight in case of deadlock
between Hubbard and Throckmor-
ton. Mr. Lang might have been a
prominent candidate before the
Democratic convention, had it not
been for the mistaken efforts of
the Grange organ. That paper
slaughtered poor Lang so ruth-
lessly that he might well question
its real friendship.
. San Antonio Express : Tin* peo-
ple and papers of Throckmorton’s
district, having succeeded in get-
ting that gentleman to decline to
run for congress again, have al-
most dropped Throckmorton and
the gubernatorial question, and
are ranting and roaring about over
who shall fill Tliroek’s seat, just as
though the getting of that gentle-
man out of the way of congression-
al aspirants was what they wanted
all the time. The candidates for
congress in that district are very
nod, even if berries,
'•* • dural
—A goOil hint to fowl raisers is
afforded in the factMliat atj- wild
birds feed tkeir young upon ani-
mal (insect) food, even if 1
buds, fBedsjetc,, form the r
diet of the parents or ad
the same species,
chickens will not thrive so well
without it as they will if supplied
with animal food in some shape.
Earth worms' are capital for very
young chicks. Cooked meat, when
chopped up fine, witli boiled rice
and potatoes, is a very nourishing
and acceptable dish for them when
young. But not too much of this
—nor must it be given too often.
Otherwise They scour from the ex-
cess of the. meat' feed. A little
two or three times a day will help
them until they get to be six
weeks old. By that time they will
be strong enough to run in the
fields and grass, where they will
gather a more natural supply of
this kind of food, and generally
plenty of it.
A. B. GANT,
f V . ,f g
LAND LOCATOR AND
Dealer in Real Estate,
\V ft AT llERFOR I>, TEXAS.
Oilers for sale desirable lands in \ oung, -lack,
Stephens-, Aridity, Clay, and oth^iUVoutieiveoiin-
tieJ'jn/tracts to suit purchasers; and on libeiul
tewlsw™ ^ v * - —
Locates certificates. Send stamp lor descrip-
tive circular and price- list.
| TO TH| FARMERS:
RRTNGTON fe BALL,
TOUT WORTH - TEXAS.
Office over First National Bank, West Room.
RNOLD, PADDOCK & ARNOLD,
FORT WORTH, - - TEXAS.
TOST OFFICE BUILDING, MAIN STIUEET.
Will practice.In the State and.Eederal Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business entrusted
Corner Houston and Third Stkkets,
FORT WORTH, - - TI&AS
We will buy at Wims & Johnson’s and. Mad-
dox’s livery stables, paying cash,
50 to 75 Head, Good, Sound Work-Horses,
ranging front live to eight years old, and 15)i to
16 hands high. None but woll-broxo horses will
Parlies having such stock to sell will please
call on Dan. TavLor^at the stage , lor. lur-
ther information, at any time between this U^te
and the 10th day of June. f IE
\Ve will buy on Monday ancl^T^sdaj^ June _u
and 11, lff.78
will buy on Monday and Tuesday, June
1 Iff/8. CHIDKSTEE A ADAMS,
t Worth, May 21, 1818. |
Receive. dafiy a lull supply of l isii, Oysters
Ladies will find a handsome private room and
C°lC3h*A faw tDy°1marderstaken at $6 per week.
B00KH0UT & SIMPSON,
Solicitors in Bankruptcy, 507 Main street, l)al-
1 is, will give s]tecial attention To the filing ot pe-
tlons and obtaining proper discharge m Bank-
ruptcy . Any required reference given.
KEEPS ON HAND
TINWARE, ETC., ET
CLIAS. GAY, Proprietor.
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF
ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
AND OUT DOOR WORK.
Defies'competition in price and work. Whole-
sale and retail Tinware. Examine our prices
before making your purchases. Sign of TIN
STAR. South end of Houston street.
G. U. FLENNER,
Ad kinds of Finishing and Repairing on
JHXJJtZJS I run E.
Recaining of every discription a specialty .
Corner Seventh and Houston Streets,
Next door to J. T, Leer’s Livery btable.
IRON MOUNTAIN &
Thos. A. Tidball,
J. J. Jarvis,
K. M. VanZandt
N J. P. Smith.
TIDBALL, VANZANDT & C0.j«*
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
A General Banking Business Transacted. Col
lectkms made and promptly remitted.
Northwest Corner Square,
DECATUR, - - - - TEXAS
A. Bishop Proprietor.
This house has been newly -refitted anil
furnished, and no pains will be spared to
make it first-class in every respect.
The table is supplied with the best in
Livery stable in connection with the
Sam Furman Henry M. Furman.
AIRMAN & FURMAN,
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE,
Special attention paid to perfecting titles to land
mucli to say in explanation of why
the Democrat opposes their po-
litical idol in his race for governor
at this time. In all the motives
they ascribe for our opposition,
Mr. Tom Scott and Mr. Tom Scott’s
railroad are somehow, or somehow’
else, invariably prominent. Are
Messrs. Tom Scott and Jim Throck-
morton Siamese twins ? Are the
twain one political flesh ? Are the
resources of Mr. Scott and of Mr.
Scott’s Texas’ railroad at the ser-
vice' of Mr. Throckmorton to be
used in the promotion of the lat-
ter’s political designs t Is it- Mr.
Throckmorton’s political mission
to pull Mr. Scott’s'chestnuts out’
of the fire ?‘ Is the connection be-
tween Mr. Throckmorton and Mr.
Scott so close1 that both must ever
be mentioned in one and the same
breath? If not, why is it that., in
ascribing motives for our opposi-
tion to Mr, Throckmorton, the or-
gans of that gentleman,, lire so
prone to attribute it to something
that Mr. Tom Scott and Mr. Tom
Scott’s railroad did, or did not do?
Will some of the' organs please
rise and explain?
-rr->—---SfS'-’—IS —^35 “
The cat is out at last. The
friends of Mr.. Throckmorton have
owned up, The reason they give
for urging his election is because a
1 arge part of the * votfers of _ that
section were formerly Republicans
of Die Western States, and will not
support a Democrat of true and
tried record, Of course, Republi-
cans never support a Democrat
unless that J Democrat is weak-
kneed or has pandered to them.
The more we learn of Gov. Throck-
morton’s tactics the less we like
the man.. There is something fishy
in his movements.
^ j S. MELVEN,
Will practice in Wise and adjoining comities
in the Federal Court, and in the Supreme and
Appellate Courts of the State,
In this country the rules are
what the people make them.
This is “a government of the peo-
ple, by the people, for the people.”
The people govern themselves for
and in their own best interests ;
and if, in any instance, they are
not governed by themselves, for
themselves, their interests are dis-
regarded and defeated; and for
all maladministration of their af-
fairs, the people are almost inva-
riably alone responsible.
Let the Democratic party of
Texas, in convention assembled,
set the seal of its cpndemnation
upon the Radical financial legisla-
tion that has stopped the wliedls
of industry'; converted laborers
into tramps; turned an army of
criminals loose upon Society;
plunged a nation into bankruptcy;
made the rich richer and the poor
poorer, and now threatens the
country with resumption, further
contraction, tlie pauperization of
the masses, Grant anil the subver-
sion of American freedom.
If the Texas and Pacific Rail-
road desires, the election of Mr-
Throckmorton to the office of gov-
ernor of Texas, it is all well and
good, provided it uses only legiti-
mate means to secure liis ejection,
and the people acquiesce. But
when a powerful monied corpora-
tion so far transcends its privileges
as to send its paid agents through
the country electioneering against
a paper—that has aLvays been its
steadfast friend and always advo-
cated its interests, wiienever they
did not conflict with the-interests
of the people—-Simply because that
We don’t know exactly what
action to take, or what course, to
pursue towards the editor of the
Dallas Herald, Until he shall have,
been pronounced non compos men-
tis by a jury inquirendo de lunatico,
his utterances would seem to be
entitled to some degree of con-
sideration. The following para-
graph from the Herald of the 30th
ult., shows conclusively that the
editor is not exactly in his right
That article in tlie local .columns of die
Fort Worth Democrat, headed “Think
Failures in Dallas,” ■ as Qtffi of the most
malicious items.that \\:e have yet seen , in a
Texas newspaper. It bears tlie. impress of
a hag-rant falsehood upon its veny face,
and exhibits as. much ignorance as it does■
impudence and nVali’ce'.
In order that we may refresh
the minds of our readers, we re-
produce the article alluded to by
the Herald ;
The State Savings Bank of Dallas failed
to open its doorS ygsffii-day morning. As
’soon as the news.spread over town, a run
.commenced on the other hanks. All stood
the pressure very wrell except tlie First Na-
tional, which was compelled to, ask for
further time; This shows the result of the
depression of business- in that city more
forcibly than pen or tongue can portray it.
We sympathize wfiV Jhq losers by this*
suspension. Sothe of oiir own citizens,
wre learn, had small sums in the Savings,
and First National Ranks.
We challenge any one to point
to the slighest evidence of false-
hood, malice, ignorance, or impu-
dence, in the article. The practice
of applying gross and vulgar epi-
thets, m newspaper articles, is un-
dignified and reprehensible,. and
we are astonished to see the Her-
ald. which, if not dignified, is not
anything, indulge in a practice,
wdiich should be con lined to shys-
ter atone. The Democrat’s article
siknply states facts. The State
Savings Btinkclosed \yith the mu-
nificent sum of forty dollars in the
vaults, and it is rumored that the’
First National had even a smaller
Slim in its possession.
A True Friend to the Farmers.
. Waco Examiner,
The Fort Worth Democrat
takes us to task for classing it
among the papers that have ex-
hausted thciiisejveg iff abuse' of
the grange, tin1'Examiner and far-
If the Democrat will look over
the matter carefully, it will find
that we have always excepted the
Democrat in citing the papers de-
normoing farmers and the farmers’
cause, except perhaps in one arti-
We believe'the Democrat to
be a true friend to. the agricultural
classes, and independent in its
course; and should regret to do it
Office Hotston St,, over RailroAd Store
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
E. E. Furman.
A, T. 8:ile.
gALE & EUBMANj
Graham, Young County, Texas,
Prompt attention given to collecting.
AND ONLY EXCLUSIVELY
Gloftip auft MsMi House
IN THE CITY,
West Side Houston Street,
and other points in Texas, bound loi
St, Louis anil all points Nortli & East.
Thereof, shov-hl purchase their Tickets via
TEXAS AND PACIFIC
~.....* » « ■ • ’a J*-g .0 - ■“
MOREHEAD & CO.,~:
WAREHOUSE AND COTTON PLATFORM ON
AgentAor the sale of
Cash advances made on Cotton, Grain, Wool
Fort Worth, Texas.
St. Louis, Iron Mountain &
which form the Great Through
Betw’oen the Southwvsfc, and the NortI
and Northeast,-possessing the ^id-
vantages of Shorter Distance,
Quicker Time, and a more
pleasant and comfortable route
than any other line can oiler.
Pullman Palace Sleeping- Oars arc rur.
by this line through to ,
At Fort Worth, with Stages
for all points in Western. Texas.
At Shreveport, wjfeti a regular line
of jirst-class steamers for New Orleans.
Pullman Palace Oars
FROM FT- WORTH, DALLAS.ARD SHERMAN
TO ST. LOUIS.
• ■ - ; -:.L_._
LIVEEY AND BOARDING
rpERREL, BECKIIAM & CARI’ER,
Office over Post Office on Main Street,.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
A THIEF’S PLEA.
The Title to those Hams that
Bones Stole Gone into under
• Virginia', Nev-, Chronicle.
Yesterday some new and incon-
trovertible proofs . came to light
which proved Bones to be guilty,
and he was taken up to be tried.
The officer testified that when lie
had first arrested him, some weeks
before, he thought from Iris air of
innocence,taken together with his
very plausible story, that he must
be the wrong man, and he let him
go. Since then he had watched
the house carefully, and yesterday
found several of the hams in his
possession, marked with the gro-
Bones, when asked what he had
to say, stood up and addressed the
court: “Tlie policeiiian in his de-
cisions few weeks ago, finally set-
tled the question of my title to the
hams, and I think every man, irre-
spective of party ties, will take the
same view. In my opinion, his de-
cision was final.”
“ We have no electoral commis-
sion on the force,” remarked the
“ The interests of the, city,.” re-
sponded Bones, “ demand some
rest. The agitation of past differ-
ences can do no good. All con-
flicting .elements 'Should be har-
monized. Let the. bitter bygones
of last month be forever buried.
Whatever doubts there may have
been upon the question of my title
to those hams were forever set at
rest when that title was examined
in to and passed upon by the po-
liceman. His decision was final.”
Tlie court held a contrary opin-
ion, and sent Bones up for sixty
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“I didn’t know,”; said an old lady
as she laid down' her newspaper,
“that.thieves were so scarce they
had to advertise for ’em and offer
a reward for their discovery,”
HUNTER & EVANS,
: NATIONAL-STOCK VrABDS,. -
East St. Louis, 111.,
• KANS AS STOCK YARDS,
Kansas Oily, Mo.
W. HUNTER, Agent,
Office next door to First National Bank.
Casli advances made on consignments to either
HOUSTON & TEXAS
CENTRAL . HAIL WAY !
GREAT LIMITED MAIL ROUTE
SAINT Lifts TO THE EAST
keep the Finelt S'eleCffhn'of Missouri Horse*
in Ngrlhern Texas
Tlie BestSelection of5single and double Bug-
gies in the city.
Special attention given to the wants of Trav-
Rusk,' CoiTier-Foiirtli Street.
T. W. POWELL,
Drugs, Medicines, Paints
OILS, GLASS ETC., ETC.
Freight and Passenger Accom-
modations Superior to any
in the State.
PAST FREIGHT LINES
Texas* And ST. louis; and Tex-
as AND CHICAGO.
MADDOX & CO.,
Livery, Eeetl and Sale Stale
Cor. Rusk and First Streets.
The stable’is large hud conifortable. • We
have forage in abnndance and attentive hos-
PASSBXGEIV3 TRA-NSFKRRKO ’l'O ALT, TOINTS AT TIIE
Horses, Bnggi-es, Carriages and Hacks for
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS
Daily between Texas and both St. Louis
ami Chicago, and prominent intermediate
. Special inducements to immigrants and
peoplix/lesiriiig'tasetlle iii'liie-Hlate.i , :,J
COMPOSED OF THE
4s it Handle,
THE ONLY ROUTE RUNNING PULL-
MAN PALACE -CARS FROM ST.
LOUIS TO NEW YORK WITH-
pf ORLEANS AND RED RIVED
Leaves SHREVEPORT Wednesday- and
Saturday evenings an arrival of T. & P. 'trains,
putting passengers through f.iom Fort Worth
to New Orleans in Sixty-tw.o hours.
Fare less than by any other route, meals
and state rooir included.
Ample Hoorn for Feeding and Watering Stock!
Gives through Bills Lading from all points
on Railroad to New Orleans, Eastern and
Apply to L. .1. WELLS,
Agent T. & P. R. R.
JOSEPH A AIKEN,
■ President, New Orleans.
JAMES E. PHELPS,
‘ ?Contracting and Traveling Agent.
FORT WORTH MANUFACTURING
Office and SIiod Opposite El Paso Hotel.
Tiros. S. Levy & Son, Architects.
DAILY EACK LIFE
RATES OF FREIGHT AND PAS-
; SAGE ALWAYS LOW.
. ,-8:15 a..m.
No 1, Day Express, leaves Hous-
ton dally, except Sunday ......
No % through Express, leaves Hous-
ton dally ..............................4-00, v. m.
Arriving at St. l .ouis daily............ .6:05 p. m.
• Arriving at Chicago daily.. .............1.55 A.*at.
The above represents thh Shortest and Quick
ost Route from St. Louis to Hie Seaboard, run-
ning through one of tlie most populous and
interhsliniri portions ot tlie couiitiy,, |hith
manv larfeehud important cities upCni its line,
ft passes through Vaudalia, Eiliiigham, Terre
Haute - lndiankpoRs, Richmond, 1’iqtta (or
Dayto£;. UroaiuA CplumtpiSj iNewnrk, Steu-
benville, Pittsburgh. OresSoh,* AltrtonJt, Har-
risburg, '‘Lancaster, Philadelphia, Trenton
Ncwas*k,'N.*JV and Jersey City, on its route
to New York.
No 2, Day Express arrives at IIous-
-, except Sunday.....
High Express, leaves St
daily 8:17 a, ar., and Chica-
.9:00 t>. ar.
No 4- throuf
lis dat . .
go daily 10:00 r.M., arriving at
go daily iu
asks, leave,Trans Continental Hotel every
■ning at 7 o’clock. ( L_ * ‘
Apply for anv information to
G. L’. ail’d T. Agent.
A. H. SWANSON,
In Order to Economise
IN TIlEStt HARD TIMES,
Mr, R, Werner: tiiePracticallereliaiit Tailor,
MAS1 CONCLUDED TO
GUARANTEE THE BEST FIT
IN ALL OF THE LATEST STYLES
At the Most Reasonable Rates.
TO FAST EXPUSSS1MNS DAILY"
On arrival of tiaius from the West and South
DAY-LIGHT EXPRESS—Leaves tlie Union
Depot, SL Louis, eVery morning, and, be-
ing a Past Express, stops only at principa.
stations. It has Pullman Palace Sleeping
tars for Columbus, Pittsburgh, Phila-
delphia and New York without change, and
hut one change to Boston, Baltimore and
Washington. It arrives iu New York early
the next evening, only one night out, and
gives a day-light view of the far-famed
scenery of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
FAST LINE EXPRESS—Leaves Union De-
pot, St. Louis, every evening, stopping only
at principal stations, with
PULLMAN PALACE CARS FOR LOUIS
VII,LE ANI) CINCINNATI, PALACE
sr.EEPING.CAH3 FOR CHICAGO,.
And iiik FAvbpiTK pio-
neer LINE OF PULLMAN
For Columbus', Pittsburgh,' Philadelphia
New York without change.
Oyer Half a Million DistriDuteD 1
YQflT J W3 V i
Tins Institution Was regularly Incorporated b}
the. Legislature of the State for Educational and
Charitable^ purpose# in lff(j>, willra. Capital ol
$1,000,000. to*, which:if hat since-jubled a. reseryt
‘sum of $550,000. Its Grand Single Numbei
Drawings will take place monthly’ It
scales or postpones
...... — neve i
Look at the iiTITbwiiiic die-
Ii. REAVES, Agent,
83 Main Street.
Cleaning and repairing geut ’s clothing as well
s ladies’ silk dresses-, feathers, kul gloves,
tc., done on short notice
110 Houston street, between Otlraud 7tli.
Sd*: JJeiugthe Only Line practically unde'.
ou?mana£enienc l)e*wecVi St. Louis anu Xew
York, passengers are assured of through con-
nections, and are not subject to delays at m-
termediate points incidental to other lines.
"y-- i:iye cltecked through all Lasteiu
01 The Quickest Time is iegulariy made by
this Line, and fare always as low as by other
53= Tickets for sale at all ticket offices in
the West and South
GEAMD' PROMENADE CONCERT.
iliH’ino- which will take place the
Extraordinary SEMI-AMUAL DRAWING,
■ At New Orleans, Tuesday, June 11th.
Under the Supervision and Management of
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of La.,
and Gen. JUBAL EARLY, of Va.
Notice—Tickets are Ten Dollars Only.
Halves $5 00. Fifths $2 00. Tenths $1 00,
LIST OF PKIKUS,
L. P. Farmer, General Passenger, agent
Pennsvlvania Railroad, Philadelphia.
IV. L, "O’Brien, General Passenger, Pan.
Handle Route, Columbus, Ohio
Chas. E. Pollett, General Passenger ageut,
Vaudalia Line, St. Louis.
11,279 Prizes amounting to $522,500
Gen. G T BKAUREGARl), of La. > Comillis80ne„.
Gen. JTJBAL A. EARL1, ot 1 a. y
AVrite for Circulars or send orders to
M. A . DAUl’IlIN,
P O. Box 092, New Orleans, La.
2 PRIZE! of
5,01XI . - X
100 Approximation Prizes of $200
100 do do 100
100 do do 75
KEGrTJLAE, MONTHLY DRAWING,
Capital Prize $30,000 Whole Tickets $2,00
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Fort Worth Daily Democrat. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 287, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 1, 1878, newspaper, June 1, 1878; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1047339/m1/2/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Fort Worth Public Library.