The Democrat. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 56, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 16, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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F011T WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1883.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CORNER HOUSTON AND SECOND STREETS,
Fort Worth, ' - - Texas.
CAPITAL, ' - $100,000
ftURPLUft, • - 1 - - 20,000
Offickm-M. B. Lojtl, President; D. C. Bennett, Vice President; George Jack-
UihKCTOHM—Godwin, Jus Watkins, Geo Jackson, M B Loyd, Jas D Reed, D C Ben-
nett, J Q Sandidge. * <
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
THIS SPACE BELONGS TO i
W A 3<r T ,
The Wholesale Toy Man .
He has more Toys, Better Toys and Cheaper Toys than any otlior mnn
1 in the city, Also a fine stock of
Candies, Fruits, Nuts ancl Fire Works /.
A. M. Britton, President, John Nichols, Vice President, S. W. Lomnx,.Cashier.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
OF FORT WORTH.
Capital and Surplus, . - $165,000.00
A REGULAR BASKING BUSINESS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES TRANSACTED.
Exchange bought' and sold and collections made on all accessible points. Draw
sight exchange on England, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Uenmark, SNve-
dtn and Norway. . „ _ .. . „ ,
Conhfspondknts—Ponnell, Lawson & Simpson. New 1 ork: \ alley National Sank,
8t Louis, Mo; Importers' and Traders' National Bank, New York; lint National
Rank, Galveston, Texas; Citizens Bank of Louisiana, New Orleans.
Thos. A. Tidball,
K. M. VanZandt,
J. J, Jarvis,
J. P. Smith.
TIDBALL, VAN ZANDT & CO.
A General Banking Uusiness Transacted.
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COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTLY REMITTED.
C®TExehangc drawn on all the principal cities of Europe.
25 CENT COLUMN
This column will b« appropriated to
"Wants," "For Sale," "To Rent,"
"Found," "Lost," "Personal." and such
other advertisements as can be con-
densed into live lines or less, for which
25 cents only will be charged for one in-
sertion and 60 cents for three insertions.
WANTED by the Daily Democrat BOO
additional city subscribers at 30 cents a
week, or 75 cents a month.
' (For each additional line above five,
job work J-the Democrat office.
* Every one to bring their
FOR SALE—Old papers at this oftice,
50 cents per hundred. tf
Mb. Ellis, United States fish com-
missioner, is distributing German carp.
He will be in Sherman on the 17th,
Dallas ISth and then on to Anstin
and San Antonio.
Heavy frosts, daily ffeezing and
melting, with great moisture in the
ground, rdt the grass, and are render-
ing the-ranges ot San Saba insuffi-
cient for the support of stock.
Baltimore has a small-pox epidemic
and Washington quarantines her. El
Paso lias a small-pox epidemic and
not a word is said about quarantining
in any city along the line of the Texas
& Pacific, which goes to shovr that
Texans are not much afraid of the
The Atlantic >cities, Richmond,
Charleston and Savannah are this
week entertaining tjie royal party,
Princess Louise, the Marquis of Lome
and their attendants- Perfiaps a visit
to the southern states will give a dif-
ferent impression of Americans in
general. The Princess will at least
find out that she is safe in southern
cities without a military guard.
G. W. ZSENHOWER,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
GROCERIES AN3 PRODUCE.
ALL GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
86 Houston St., Fort Worth, Texas.
Mrs. C. I). Brown's Ba-
zaar of Fashion, corner
of Third and Main
streets, Fort Worth.
Mrs. Brown's new goods
for the fall and winter
of 1882-83 are now ar-
riving. Additions to her
stoch will be received
daily throughout the sea-
son. Millinery and trim-
mings, silh, wool, cash-
mere and mohair, vel-
vets artd all the newest
styles of dress\vgoods,
latest importations and
hats &,nd bonnets, fidius,
collars and cuffs, ribbons,
underwear and ready-
mute dresses. Bridal
outfits a specialty. All
laduty cordially invited.
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WATCII AND JEWELRY wdfllK
Donji ik First Clasi Bxyle>
25 Houston Bftvet * Fort Worth, Texas
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 187b.
Warranted absolutely pure
Cocoa, from which tho oxcoai of
Oil has boon removed. It hag (Area
limes the ttrongth of Cocoa mixed
with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar,
nml lit therefore far moro economi-
cal. It U delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, cnnllyTll;;cntcd, and
admirably adapted for invalids ai
Trull as for persons in health.
>' Sold hy tirocers CTerywhore.
w. BAKER & CO.. Dorchester, Mass.
C. H, REMINGTON,
Contractor and Builder,
Shop on Houston Street between
Fifth and Sixth,
Has resumed business in the city.
Call on him if you want first rate work
done in short order. Plans, specifica-
tions and estimate* fuiftuihed if nec-
essary. • 8-12-tf.
John P. Grafcam, Tully A( Fuller, A. Devereux.
Graham, Fuller & Devereux,
Attorneys at Law nnd Land Aeonts, Deca-
tur, Texas, will practice in Wise and ad-
joining counties, make collections on all
accessible points, buy and sell real estate,
pay taxes for non-residents. Ac. Refer to
the members of the bar of Northern Texas.
THE BLUFF H0USL
NORTH SIDK PUBLIC SQITARE,
Mrs, C.P. PATTON, Proprietress,
This house has recent]
and is now a FIRST
Elegantly furnished —_ -
ble is supplied with the Very best the
market affords. Polite and attentrcft i
waiters and porters, Everything, Clka^
New and Nick.
Day board per week $5 00
Board and lodging per week R 50 to 7 00
Transient per day 1 50
Ex-Gov. Roberts, of Texas, should
be accepted as the type of Democratfc
honesty rather than-the Tennesseean.
Roberts never in fiis life flickered from
the straight path of the true faith,
but Polk wont awuy after strange gods
and worshipped a bastard off-shoot of
his party. Roberto kept faith with
the people and saved their money;
2'olk forgot his training and the peo-
Oke of the most striking as well as
true sentences of Governor Butler's
Massachusetts inaugural was that in
which ho said that "the doors of in-
sane establishments, bo^i public and
private, open altogether too easy in-
ward and with too great difficulty out-
ward." It is well enough for Gover-
nor Butler to provide against contin-
gencies. Should his recommendation
to submit the question of woman suf-
frage to a vote by the women of Mas-
sachusetts be carried, there is no tel-
ling how soon he would be trying to
break out of a lunatic's cell.
It occurs to tho average patriot
that tho time has arrived for the Dal-
las Times to cease firing on the "Dago
City." The Ochiltree matter is a dead
issue, so to speak, and though Marsh
Polk actually passed through Ochil-
tree's district to its western border,
there is no proof that Galveston con-
nived at his flight or obtained any
portion of the Tenness*ean's pocket
change for deep water. Stcrritt must
be silenced somehow or other or the
"Wharf Company" is doomed.
Connecticut's funded debt is $4,-
057,000, and she now floats bonds
bearing only three and one half per
cent interest.* She is the first state
that has been able to shove securities
at. that fate. Georgia successfully
tried the experiment of four per
cent's in 1876-7; then the general
government used three and one half
per cent's freely, and later three per
cent's. It will probably come to pass
that all the solvent states will lie able
to handle what money they need on
three per cent long bonds.
As there is some prospect of the
passage of the bill pensioning Mexican
veterans, it is well enough to cajl to
mind the fact that Capt. Brinson, Col.
Daggett, Qen. Darnell, H. A. Harris
and A. J. Brinnson are the surviving
members of the company that went
from Tarrant county. If there are
others in the city or neighboaing
counties the editor of the Daily Dem-
ocrat—himself a veterau—would be
gtad to get their names.
STATS SPECIALS CONDENSED.
Denison, Jan. 15.—A thief broke into
the residence of Mr. M. A. Gehan, yes-
terday afternoon, while the family were
absent, and broke open a trunk, and
stole $170 cash.
Sherman, Jan. 15.—Chapman, Bradley
& Co.'s dry goods store was burglarized
last night, dress silks valued at about
$1,000 being taken. The thieves were
so thoughtless as to leave their valises
at home, aud took new ones from the
store to pack the plunder in. No clue.
Decatur, Jan. 15.—To-day has been
one of the busiest days of the season,
and our principal houses report heavy
salqg, both wholesale and retail. The
Cates c6tl mine caved in a few days ago,
wounding several parties. They were
exoavateo In time to saVe loss of life.
Abilene, Jan. 15.—A tight occurred
about 10 o'cleck Saturday night on the
eastern edge of town, between Zeno
Hemphill and a young man named
Breeding, in which the latter received
two shots in the breast, lie died in a
few minutes. Hemphill walked up in
town and gave himself up to an officer.
Texarkana, Jan. 15.—Mr. Ellis, the
United" States lish commissioner from
Washington, arrived here last evening
on special car No. 2 with German carp
for Teras. He has one thousand appli-
enntsto supply with lish, and
will commence distributing In Tex-
arkana on the lflth. His dates through
TexaB will be Sherman the 17th, Dallas,
19th; ^ften to Austin and Sanf Antonio.
San Antonio, Jan. 15.—The Ben
Thompson trial commenced this morn-
ing, but thus far no new evidence has
developed. . Ben was neatly dressed and
exhibited great nonchalance. A state
conclave of Knights Templar is called
in this oity from the 12th to the 15th
day of April next. Nine deaths last
week hre reported by the city phy-
15.—A young English-
Beddingpains, feeling de-
spondent last night, tilled himself with
morphine. Good natured friends walked
him all around town through rain and
storm all night and saved his life. In
an accident At Jacksonville to-dav, a
young boy, name unknown, was killed.
Bowie, Jan. 15.—C. M. Arnold, gen-
eral merchant of this place, was at-
tached this morning by L. & II. Blum,
Galveston, and Sanger Bros., Dallas.
This evening Mr. Arnold made an as-
signment for the benefit other creditors;
Judge B. Green, assignee; liabilities not
over $2,500.. He will pay dollar for dol-
San1, Saba, Jan. 15.—Owing to the
usual amount of moisture in the ground,
constant heavy frosts are rapidly rotting
the groOL<>n our ranges, ana stock of aU
kinds arsrno* doing well. Especially ia
this the case in counties west of this.
Every morning the grass is loaded with
frost, which melts during the day. The
process of melting and freezing daily
^continued will render out ranges insulli-
to support eur stock.
Tyler, Jan. 15.—Saturday night about
12 o'clock the lire alarm was sounded.
In a few minutes quite a crowd had
gathered around and found the fire had
broken out in the row of frame build-
ings adjoining the ruins of J. E. Mar-
tino's old stand, lately burned on the
south side of the public square. The
lire originated in the small store build-
ing owned by A. McLazarus, a Jewish
rabbi, and within twenty minutes after
the alarm was sounded the four build-
ing all adjoining were enveloped In
flames. Scarcely any of the contents of
any of the buildings were saved, aud
several parties made narrow escapes,
with their lives. By the untiringefl'orts
of the crowd, the old City Hotel build-
ing, on the opposite corner, was saved
from the flames. This la the second lire
Tyler has had within the past week, and
it'has imbued the contractors of our
water works to an extraordinary zeal in
their speedy completion. This last lire
is strongly suspected to have been in-
cendiary, though the evidence is not
sufficient to lead to tho arrest of any
Dallas, .Tan. 15.—At a country dance
at Rowlett's creek in this county Satur-
day night, Frank Bullington shot John
Stroup dead. Hullington and a com-
panion, living in a different neighbor-
hood, went to Rowlett's creek and en-
tered a ball room, announcing they had
not been Invited, but had come to run
the dance. Stroup protested against
their conduct, when Bullington drew a
pistol and shot him through the breast.
Stroup whirled around several times,
exelaiming twice, "damn him. he has
killed me," drew his pistol, fired two
wild shots and fell dead. Both men
stood high in their communities, Stroup
being a general favorite. Bullington
escaped, but a big posse has been scour-
ing the country for him yesterday and
to-day. The feelings of the posse and
their expressions are of a most bitter
character, and fears for Bulllngton's
life are entertained if he falls into their
The management of the Fay Temple-
ton burlesque opera troupe and man-
agement of the Dallas opera house were
arrested here last night while giving a
performance of "Patience." in violation
of an ordinance prohibiting shpws on
Sunday. The ticket seller was arrested
eloven timeB during the day. All were
fined ten dollars apieee in the police
court this morning. The Jopera house
was crowded last night.:
The case of the United States vs. ex-
Deputy United States Marshal Went-
worth Manning, charged with perjury,
was called before United States Com-
missioner Bentlv to-day, and the charge
withdrawn by Postmaster Whissen who"
had made it. Manning was no sooner
set at liberty than he was arrested on
the same charge by a state officer.
Whissen haying gone before the state
court and made affidavit. His reason
for so doing was that the penalty In the
state court for the crime alleged is much
more severe. Manning is under bond
Tardy Juatir (to tho Poor Editor*.
Cloves are now used to perfume muci-
lage. Whenever you perceive the odor
ofcloves about an editor, you must not
allow yourself to think anything wrong.
It will be more charitable to suppose
that he absent-mindedly took a drink
out of the mucilage bottle.—Exchange.
SCIENTIFIC GOSSIP. f
There is reason to believe that the
power of the more intractable explo-
sives will soon be made simply motive
fbrce—at leaBt soinfc of them, judging
from some of llerr Beck's experiments.
Metalio iridium is very hard. It ea-
sily cuts or marks steel. It can bo out
by a eppper dirk revolving at a very
high velocity, if the surfaces in contact
are tredted with corundum and oil and
the iridium sheets arw very thin.
Lescarbault, in observing the late
transit of Venus, saw, as he thought, a
grayish, yellowish fringe all around the
planet when It was three-fourths arouud
the sun, and that this phenomenon con-
tinued until the entrance, so to speak,
Chairs and camp-stools its uWft by un-
dertakers in funerals, who take these
seats from place to place, are rightly
viewed by the Scientific American as
disseminators of disease, and it with
nearly equal reason deprecates tho
carrying around of the ice-boxes from
house to house.
A Club Xanli Fortune. •<
very much indebtfd to
Times," saJ^ a young club man yester-
day to a reporter, r'for the Times he*
made-my fortunk. I have had Joe*
about enough spending money for aef*
oral yean to pay my billiard an* otgar
bills, and now 1 am perfectly Independ-
ent. It fa. a very ooasfortable feclingt
too, to be worth somewhere in. the .
netghbbrnoad'of $900,000." • ► < «
The reporter, of bourse, aaked for par-
ticulars. ... 4 , .
You see," said the ybhng man, MI
saw an artlclfe ia the Times «
while ago showing how much
man might have when he waa old
saved tne money he wonld
spend for ol
the first year, Hep
lng very fast after that, till
uftsr 60 years of saving It amounted t«
more than $50,000 at compound Interest.
Well, I could discount that, because' I
smoked more than three clgara
tlttc meeting tr -
probably the/ tn
uiate use moirt
other. In ^
hemp antf '
eld lately at a %clen-
he paper trade was
hlch turned to imme-
te products than any
utilized cotton, flax,
lu<Mie, and old ropes anu
ylact, the paper manu-
■turn to protft
. committee, the presi-
dent of v.id/li is M. Charles Boyssot,
has, been formed for organizing an in-
ternational exhibition of appliances to
insure the safety of railway passengers.
It Is intended that the display or the
various devices will take place some
time this year in the Palace de Indus
trie, Paris. It ought to do much good
to inventors and the public.
What with the Inventive attractions
and the growth of the country, the an-
nual income of the furniture manufac-
tures of the country is not less than
$120,000,000. But it would be much
higher if the workmanship were more
efficient. There is too much bv far of
the "it will serve to sell" in the furni
ture business. There would grow up a
great foreign trade for our products if
the putting together was more honest
The design, finish, and material are all
To prevent the escape of soot into the
atmosphere in places where bituminous
coal is burned, Mr. Albert Petzold con
structs two cylinders, one above the
other, having a space between them
rather greater than their diameter
They are plaoed either in the chimney
or in a place-above the grate, liuvlng
communication with the smoke flue.
The upper cylinder rests on a plate,
closing the en L ' " '
year, kept on lnereaa*
amber, except inside the
cylinder, so that the air around is not ia
circulation. A band of sheet brass is
nd spirally inside both of the oylin-
, giving the smoke a rotary motion,
which forces the particles of soot to fsh
down to a chamber outside the lower
cylinder, whence it may be removed
from time to time.
Rarifled air, says Mr. Kraevitch, does
not obey the Boyle Marlotte law, that
is, in proportion as it bccomes less
dense fts elasticity diminishes more
rapidly than its density and becomes
equal to zero while the density has still
a measurable virtue. From his experi-
ments he notes the following results:
1. Tho atmosphere of the earth is lim-
ited, and (2,) that our weights of gases
contain an error, because, ss he usserts,
however perfect the pneumatic machine
may be it cunnot pump all the air from
a vessel, If the vessel is lower than the
pneumatic machine or if the air is
pumped from above. The experiments
of M. Kraevitch have attracted wide at-
tention ; they bear not only an electri-
cal illumination, but other subjects in
which human beings are interested if
they cannot control.
People must remember that all at-
tempts to reduce corpulence after it is
once acquired is attended with more or
less danger. The only safe remedy for
males or females having a tendency to
the excessive accumulation of fat is the
preventive one; that is, the
of those habits of life
served by professional athletes.
hletes. By the
way, a first-class "trainer" of boxers
could reap a rich harvest by publishing
a little book, free of slang, where the
secrets of his trade would be revealed to
the general public. The Instructions
would be worth their weight in gold,
and the doctor's bills for families would
be reduced to almost nothing. No one
enjoys the bounding sensation In life so
much as the man whose physique has
been brought up to Its highest point,
but who soon wastes It in a pugilistic
The public debt of Texas amounts to
about $5,000,000, chiefly In bonds, which
are not redeemable stive at the option
of the holder until maturity. Gov. Rob-
erts went upon the market a few months
ago and tried to buy up some of them,
but he was asked 140, hnd only found a
very few even at that fancy figure. All
such bonds ought to be made redeema-
ble before date of maturity at-the pleas-
ure of the state. It was a great over-
sight In our case. Otherwise Texas
would not owe a dollar to-dayr Our
old governor, who Is soon to retire from
office, will not die entlrelr happy until
he sees Texas "owing no man a dollar,"
and about a million laid up for a "rainy
day," or in case of "company." He ap-
Ereclates being out of debt, money on
and and no poor relation in a hundred
In many respects, Governor Roberts
has filled the meaaure of a chief execu-
tive. In the first place, the old man is
" >87 with
ie miserly—has a, horror ot going in
debt, and regarda the bondage of bonds
as the worst sort of bondage. He la on
the order of the "old Umy" kind of
folka and hence that contrast which is
between ox-carts and railroads, tallow
candles and the electric lights. The old
gentleman looks back with a thrill of
joy to 40 years ago and Its combined
log rolling and quilting," attended by
honest as the day ia long—lsstlnj
r to a point
has a, horror
public money to a
and paid moro thap ten cents"apiece for
them. I never smoked less than five a
day and" always paid 90 cents apieoe for
them. That made a Uo'lar a day. I
thought It would be a good plan to have
something to fall back on when I
old, so l just made up my mind to
smoking and be a rich man. The
of January I thought would be a
time to quit, and I set aside this upper
pooket or my vest to hold my cigar rand
—$1 a day, and no nonsense. OA Mon-
day I stored away the dollar, and dldn*t
care to smoke at all. Tuesday,
another dollar, and didn't care much
about It. On Wednesday In went the
third dollar. I wanted to amoke> S
little on Wednesday, but I knew jTl
netting rich and resisted. OnTt
I bagged the fourth dollar. Woty 4
Thursday night 1 sat down to'ari '
little game or poker and the boys
about cleaned me out. I had jast $ll
and 1 didn't want to draw a Chtok, bef
cause the governor sometimes wan£s to
know what checks are for. There wai
a big jack pot that had just been opebed
and! wanted to see whether I could bet-
ter a pair of nines. It took i
and I happened to think of ti
cigar fund. I thought I might
borrow that, and in she went.. Bun ai
you're alive, they dealt me another hlAet
and a pair of fours. I won tllflfc Or
course, with $45 in it." ItiBr '
"Did you keep on playing"'
porter asked him. .
"The game wnS just breaking
said the young man* "That $45 wa
much use to me, and I concluded I
I would either then it into a few
hundreds or lOSe it- , entirely.
So I., tackled . baccarat. Well,
to make a long story short, I came odt
of the baccarat with over $9,000. It'
c$5 to get in,
tne $4 in my
Ight m weM
ail won with my four dollar cUm ijum,
you know. And now, I have tne call on
that game, for I can keep righton Smok-
lng, and let my $3,000 be growing all the
time. Just figure it up for yourself.
She doubles every ten years; auto, a*
rate. That's $9,ono In tenyoan.
in twenty yean, $24,000 in thirty
$48,000 in forty years, $90,0p0
years, and $102,000jln sixty years.
nearly $200,000, just at ordinary oom-
pound interest. But faj judicious ifer
vestments I can make her double th*t.
It makes my head swim to think of II.
I'm not . much post twenty nojr, and
will make pie eighty, and when I
i four score 111 havo
waiting forme. It's
use I stopped smqfe>
It was a goodinl
reach the vene:
$200,000 or 8400,
all, mind you,'
ing for four days. „
ment, and 1 advise all young meit
smoking and get-rich. - HavO-A
Soothing the Aacerl
An "Uncle Tom's Cabin" orgftttlelza-'
tion, traversing the South, > has among
the outfit a pack of bloodhounds to chase
the runaway Eliza. In Norfolk the peo-'
pie rose against the introduction. of
bloodhounds as slave-hunten, because
it was not true to history. The old
planters about Norfolk say they never
saw a bloodhound in the whole South in
slavery days. Tie dogs used for track-
ing runaways were common hounds,
trained for the purpose, and not for any
thing else. • They had a keen acent for
tho game, but would not bite.' Then
was no danger in them. The Virginia
gentlemen became so zealous for truth,
and resolved that. history! should <be
vindicated, that the theatn management
thought it safest to keep the blood-
hounds out of Sight
Betsey Baker, who, in her atriped home-
spun and No. 8 brogans, was "the like-
liest girl in the settlement." But Texas
has sold off her grandfather's clock, and
is now runn^g.oy a nilway timepiece.
—El Paso Htrald.
The long rexed question of the <tx*
trerne limit of life, as proved by authen-
tic records, gives an interest to the vlew
taken of the subject not by men ca-
rious speculators, but by grave actua-
ries. Dr. Farr, In his tables of the ex-
pectation of human life at various ages,
not only accepts 100 as a noorded age,
but estimates the average duration or
life beyond that limit, as in the case of
females about one year, nine months
and three and a half days, and. in tho
case of males at about one month Ms*
than thattime. —
Mr. Vennor, In a note fo the Boston
Post, says:" "I do not wish to interfen
with Wiggin's predicted storm, in any
shape or manner, but while he is terrU
fylng people with what la coming in
March, I may just give notice that on
the 27th and 2Nth days of Jannary a so*
vere period of stormy weather is likely
to be experienced at and around New
York and Boston, apd generally through-
out New York, Massachusetts, Vermont
and adjacent states; This storm It'like-
ly to be repeated abotit the same date in
February, hut probably with less severi-
ty. The storm period of the 8th to lltji
March is likely to be a cold and wintry
blast, but, in my opinion, nothin
out of the way. This is notj
ecy,' but a probability basoi' Upon a
very probable 'ncurnnce.'"
question of establishing posta
Si batiks will be agitated at a very
ay In congress. New England,
which has a thoroughly organized sals
a thoroughly organ!
lngs bank system,' wilt probably oppose
It. The middle statee, however,
the need of it,
southern men will probabt.
Some interesting moll have
been glveo to the public regarding thie
postal savings bank system of Canada,-
The number of deposit! received "
the paat year wen 99,380, ai
amount $6,486,98$, while the numl
withdrawals wen 36,83$, and
amount $8,181 ,$19. The bnalnei
1883, compared with the pnoedlng
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Styles, Carey W. The Democrat. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 56, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 16, 1883, newspaper, January 16, 1883; Fort Worth, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth235607/m1/1/: accessed June 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.