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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 4 July 1873

-NO. 259, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1873^ KM DAILY MERCURY J. H. B AKEB, PROPRIETOR. EDITORS: TI. BjUVKR, J. H. WILSON. P. B. CHEEaBOBOUGH, Business Manager. Rates of Subscription: d uu? KXMakl. 6jsb tear. $10 00 DAILY MKBCURY, Six Months 5 23 ^DAILY MEBOBB?, Three Months 2 75 DAILY MEHCBBY, One Month 1 CO WEEK.LT MEBt USY, One Year 3 00 Rates- of Advertising. DAILY. 1 MO.j 2 MPS i 3 3£OS.J 6 HOB. j 12 XOS OS* INCH. ^FuO|$l* 0Q|$18 00.I$30 OOj $50 OQ Daily and Weokly X on Daily rates. Every other day % of Daily rates. W cekly W of Daily rates. . . All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Meikjuby. ■ ■ All Advertisements and Communications on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. - Compliance with these rules will insure promptness sad prevent errors and delays. Arrival and osj^irtnrc of Malta. Galveston Kail arrives at 9:00 a. h. and 8:40 r. *■ Gslvestoii Mall dopants at 6:45 A. U. and 7:00 Sow Orioana Mail arrives Monday at 0 :C0...

Publication Title: Houston Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 4 July 1873

JULY 4, 1873 -R KXOHASGES. T-' wnntisue to be sent to . ... fh ?,-L :'Sf wrffEro concluded o, >tith f$<* uudcrstaiiftkuj: We e postage on every paper received s/ai.J our eschanjics to pay postage on jr. IT. Bakes, Proprietor. tbi5 w The Houston Mekouey wiH hereafter be represented in the principal cities of Missouri by A. G. Kerr, Geo, D. Willis and the Hon. Jackson Prouty, gentlemen whom vre can confidently recom- mend to the coiifidence of the pnblic. They wm also correspond Kf Lonis, Kansas prominent places . , -<*. ♦ . • m columns ^-Advertisers slio^ eulation of thai en that o£ any: ocr a exas. [d interesting lews from all , and lopal mat- ports, agricultural, interesting news, e. instructive and Joseph H. it as Asso- we publicly ac- talent. energy are indebted,in vement made typographical ap- Wg to-day plac? tt'J "Wilson at the head of ciate Editor. Ia doln, knowledge that it is to and ability, that the pril a large measure, iur the in the tone, character Bics of tho T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 4 July 1873

DAELY MERCURY friday 4, 1813. To Correipen^SU. me Beporlw would respect*?^ inform carre- 3i«adfBls th.it &H tetter* « other commnnlcBtiozHi iterated for pntlicstion mcst be signed by the writer wfiiLki* faU name, and hi* residence mnsl be U'l-1' TWMi11"''11 letters, however meritori- ous, will rsceivefio attention. CANDIDATES. For Commissioner of the General Land Office. We ire saihorizad to announce Gen. J. W. WHITFIELD, of Lavaca county, u a candidate for Commission«of the General Land Office, sub- ject to the nomination of the Democratic Conven- tion. Candidates for Alderman Are respectfully informed that no notice of their intention to become candidates wil^ bo made in the Mercury until tho fee of Ten Dollars is received by our Business Ma n ager. Tlie Cheapest And best Pianos at Renzo Granowald'a Misic Store, 1*3 Main street, sole agefit for Steinway Pianos. Brass instruments, ac- leons, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can bought cheaper than from any other i in the trade. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 4 July 1873

roHASPtt v Eft.. nee, > . I v-,i= sfcujeriSfc at Ca^aMay ; ' . had r. foolish fashion then— r Mayhap they have Bsc same to-day— Thai ovary laly la Sac- dancc, - If pieaaed with any, should not fail Cnt i the partner #ha preftrre-.;, jtrasone I mistime of V&r&iifime—well, nevermind her nanse- H9i* or Alice, Blanche or Hand, > read will ?>2 the anino. Won of the veils, e nl! ht She flashed, poor child, in giving it, And I too felt my brov? grow warm, Aa laughingly, with fingers deft. She knotted it about her arm; And though titecolor on her cheek Was like th<P*ghtin 1 ihonghtl saw ft Within her ey; The dance was; Ont from To meet the Clasped And satmt The far .His® ing skiep. res*. Eroora'r glit ijnany arme of caress; tied the sea— ience sweet, ares that died mg green, heart, ■own with year?, in quite, ng back i of what I jrow forget, S carelessly oratecming so: "Next day I was to leave, but then la town we wordvi meet again, you know. ' jQt, well-a-dayf Ire. gods ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 6 July 1873

L W- VOL. Y.-NO. 260. DAILY MERCUjRY ,t. H( baker, proprietor. , i KDITORS: J. IX. BAKEB, J. II. WILSON. . HOUSTON, TEXAS. SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 6, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. R. CHEE8BOEOVCH, llasiness Manager. rat**- of Subscription: DklUf MEBCUSY, One Year DAILY MEBCTXBT.Slx Month* DAILY HEBOUBT, Three Months DATLV MEBCDB.Y, One Month .WKSKLY MEB'UfiY, One- Ytar .$10 00 . 5 25 . 3 75 . LOO . 3 00 Rates of Advertising. * n DAILY. 1 MO..3X08 13*05.18*01 Out$t*00|$lS< lt30 00 13X08 $50 00 Daily and Weakly %. on Daily rates. Every other ilay X of Daily rates. .Weekly ?* of Daily rates. All articles for publication should be addressed to fee Houston Mbkccbt. All Advertisements and Communications on business should bo addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these, roles will insure p romptneas and prevent errors and delays. Arrival and Departure of Mails. « I Ualveatan Mail arrives at 9:00 A. m. and 5:00 r. *• Utlveston Mail closet) at G:C0 A. m. and 6:30 P. M. • New Orleans ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 6 July 1873

,Y MERCURY ________ _ _______ TO OUR EXCHANGKS. The U Kiseuar will continue to be sent to with wheni we have concluded with this vwlerstanrhng: TVe tvill pay the postage on every paper received j us, and onr exchanges to pay postage on ibe TTkioh. J. H. Bakes, Proprietor. the wf.kkly ^ekocby. j0jt A'-WfjStSr - Advertisers shou|SPir in mimraiiTthe circulation of the wWkiy JtotcuRY is Targe, than that o? any tfeper pubfshed in Texas, lis contents are ^Pffied and interesting Poetry, sk#?^9*lW9stiel6iiFDew9 from all parts cftSe world; and State, and local mat- ters! fall commerciaf reports, agricultural, household and oSicr interesting news, make its columns attractive, instructive and interesting. OUK MISSO AGBSTS. ,CUET Will ted in the iiri by A. and the gentlemen The Houston hereafter be re] principal cities of O. Herr, Geo. D. Hon. Jackson whom we can confidently recom- mend to the confidence of the public. They will also correspond with us from St. Louis, Kansas City and other prom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 6 July 1873

DAILY MERCURY == SUNDAY JULY 6, 1813. To Correspondent*. The Reporter would respectfully inform corre- " " i thai all letters or other commnnicatioca on must be signed by the name, and his residence most lie given. AKenymoas letters, however meritori- ous. will receive no attention. CANDIDATES. For Commissioner of the General Land Office. We are authorized to annoance Gen. J. W. WHITFIELD, of Lavaca county, as a candidate for Commissioner of the General Land 081: e, sub- ject to the nomination of the Democratic Conven- tion. _ Candidates tor Alderman Are respectfully informed that no notice of their intention to become candidates wil l,e made in the Mercury until the fee of Ten IVillsrs is received by our Business Man tfj&r. " ♦ The Cheapest. Anal best Pianos at Renso Granewald's Masic Store, 93 Vain street, sole agent for Steinway Pianos. Brass instruments, ac- cordeon?, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can bought cheaper than from any other boose in the trade- fig Marriages. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 6 July 1873

mm ■MM disgrace i.vfly mercury .JUDGE SOT. , sad besuuoua her form; mind, and a fcasrt that is 'V ' - ' impulse orfenerons thonghi as nature implants, and tt e world never taught; Toough youih, beauty end wit, chose her as their Queen, 180 well fitted by nature to reiga supreme L" O'er the proudest set of Life'# favored ones, Kith the world aa her Tec her sister aex pass With a scornful lipand,, Per that faultless form Arc tainted with sin; Which society'* Sat ;-:4p Whose sin. when' committed, is" allowed to see l^ht, * £ ■ For 'lis not till made pahlic-that sin is a blight) So pronounced si her doom, and the damning stain *. is forever hereafter attached to her name— So hope for her now, for her future but shaiue, She ha* lost a position she am never regain, Remorse and repentance but embitter her lot, A crime snch as hers must be never forgot, ^ Bitter tears of repentance, awfuL hours of re- morse, Gain no oity or pardon ; in the future her course Eiaowu, down to that terrlblehell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 8 July 1873

WlOii ji'nisa i it htiiii •if? j vot v—"Nrn 9fti ui DAILY MERCURY J." II. BAKER, PROPRIETOR. EDITOBS: .J. II. baker, J. H. WILSON". K. It. CHEESBOKOVGH, Bull Kates of Subscription: DAILY MEaoUBY,One fear .....$10 00 DAILY MEBCUBY, Sis Months 5 35 DAILY UEBOUBf, Three Months 3 7 DAILY MEBCUBY, One Month.. 1 00 WEEKLY MSBOUBY. One Year .*.... 9 00 Rates of Advertising. DAILY. ONE INCH. II MO. ! ! 00 1 HOB $14 00 3 MOJL fl *08.112*08 $18 00j m $50 00 Dally and Weekly X on Daily rafes. Every other day X of Daily rates. Weekly X of Daily rates. t All articles for publication shonld be addressed to the Houston Mibcurt. All Advertisements and Communication* on business should be addressed to the Business Managa*. Compliance with these roles will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays Arrival >ad bepartsn ofBulU. • tiniv&*ton Mail arrives at 9:00 a. *. and 5:00 p. k. Oalveaton Mail closes at C:00 A, *. and 6:30 r. v. New Orleans Mail airtrea at 9i0 a. *. Monday and 5:00 p. *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 8 July 1873

DAILY MERCURY july 8, 1873 *© OCK EXCHANGES. fii6 Mkscvzy will continue to be sent to wer? visii whoic its bare concluded We wiil'p«y the poatsfpB oc overy paper reoeived ' lis, and oar esehan^es to pay postage on f the Msbccbt. J. H. Bakes, Proprietor. ,T MERCTBY. Advertisers should bear in mind that the Meectrt is large. circuhiUoii of the than that ot Ra contents Poetry. perta in Texas, and interesting latest news from all State, and local mat- te-re ; full commercial report^ agricultural, household and other interesting news, make its columns attractive, inatructive*and Interesting. OfJS MISSOUBI A6BSTS. The Houston Mebcubt will hereafter be represented in the principal cities of Missouri by A. C. Herr, Geo. D. Ellis and the Hon, Jackson Prouty, gentlemen whom we can confidently recom- mend to the confidence of the public. They will also correspond with as from St. Loois, Kansas City and other prominent places in that State. Any contract made with them for advertising or subscri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 8 July 1873

Wte# DAILY MERCURY * , TUESDAY JULY 8, 1813. wonid laspnrtftiftytetora oom- bk__ be afcned byth« CANBUIATES. For ComBM«Mr of the OmuwI taad Offlrr. We are authorised to bio""" Geo. J. W. WHriFOUD, of Lavaca county, aa a candidate lor Commisaionsrof the Oaneral Land Office, sub- ject to the nomination of the Democratic Conrsu- ttoo. _ • For AlMwi of Fourth Ward. At a tT>e+H"ff ot the citizen* of the Fourth Ward hell oa the 3d io t-, I for Alderman at Mil hereby accept, and, if it atlas of Mid office t In nomination nomination I, U perform the best of my aM ity. D. 0. SMITH, Of Phoenix Iron Work*. Candidates for Are respectfully informed that no notice of iheir intention to become candidates wfl be made in the Mercury until the fee of Ten Dollars is received by our Business Man -tgt-r. The Cheapen And beet Pianos at Bono Gnmewald'a Music Store, 93 Mam street, sole agent for Stein way Pianos. Brass instruments, ac- cordeons, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can be bought cheaper than...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 8 July 1873

ily mercury ' VAST." . i t. do. tH «f spirit aneffun: s if I took to a carnal •i wake qsite a scandalous nan. F.-estk sepsis I dote on, sad own 14-1; l }> '70eriap each one I out get now and than nmdke with much guato A f.r,e-d ?ared. miid cigarette. A3 for lata Mppers-ch jpaciocs J S j TJuse'i nothing to Bice. I maintain. As the hies, anefsie ffash. and the sparkle Of volatile, golden champagne. At hotels X flirt on , rai ail sorts of tunas in the night. J drive ~ 'IiHMI %- i of horses, wi th affright. r the fashion, i;>4st baila I innee round II to a' hoy den, Or eiae sit with men on the (tain. t s font o? five dear correspondent- ' Among tie Male ex, for I see No atom of bam is my writine, ~ Provided they ask it of me. And as for the pictwea I've given To Tom, Pick, or Harry, or Joe, They'd ftli a whoie photograph-album. All taken together, I know. Well, weU. I daresay it la dreadful. And rzr, a sad case, I daresay. Bat onethiaK I can't help observing ' With sm sort of prid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 9 July 1873

|§P -i; rw ' t • rSfl'i-'Sr- mm VOL. Y.-NO. 262, f'.- HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 9,; 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. m k. - f • m " DAILY MERCURY .T. H. B -A. K E R , PROPRIETOR. EDITORS: J. IX. 33 AJKER, JT. H. WILSOX. K. R. C HE KS BO ROUGH , Business Manager. Kates of Subscription: MtttCURY. One -.• « MBBCURY, Six Months 5 35 LT MERCURf, Three Months. 3 75 DAILY MEECCBT, One Month 1 WEEKLY MERCURY, One Year S 00 Bales of Advertising. DAILY. jl mo. j 1 Jfos 3 woe. 6 MOA 12 aos OS* IXCH. j$8 u6|$1400 $1800 $30 00 $60 00 Daily and Weekly H on other day X of Dally ratee. rates. Daily rates. Every Weekly of Daily of common Ira- these, our own nave been pre- ont the dictates inanity towards afflictions would vented. The callous and hardened may scout this warning and plea, but we tell them plainly they are court- ing a pestilence and playing with a desolation. All articles for publication. should bo addressed to the Houston Mjsrcubt. All Advertisements and Communications on busin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 9 July 1873

DAILY MERCURY WEDNESDAY JULY 9, 1873- TO OCS SXGHA>'G£S. : The Msxccs? will continue to be aent to eTstrymgae vitii whom we hive concluded to3TriMSige, witk thin understanding: "We I pay the postage oq every paper received by os, and <fcr exchange to pay postage on th« Mesccbt. j. H. Bakes, Proprietor. TUB WKEKX.Y XBBCCSI. Advertiaets should bear in mind that the circulation of the "Weekly Mercury is large. ; of any paper published in Texas. are faried and interesting stories, the latest news from all i of the world; sad State, and local mat- ters: full commercial reports, agricultural, household and other interesting news, make its columns attractive, instructive and interesting. OOR MI2ISOU1I AfiESTS. The Houston Mebcusy will kexmfter be represented in the principal cities of Missouri by A. G. Herr, Geo. D. Ellis and the Hon. Jackson Pronty, gentlemen whom ve can confidently recom mend to the confidence of the public. They will also correspond with ns from St, Louis, Kansas ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 9 July 1873

4 i DAILY MERCURY WEDNESDAY JULY 9, 1813- To Cwt mwndeatt. would respectfully inform Mm- CAKMDATEK For a€ the General Laad Office. Wa « Mtkuind to announce Gen. J. W. WHJIFHUD, of Una eoaaty, M * candidate tor Commission«r of Om OmmMI Land Offlce, sub- ject to the Domination of th« Democratic Conven- tion. < ■ For ildcntaa of Fourth Ward. At a meeting oi the citizens of the Fourth Ward bell on the 3d last., I was placed In nomination for Alderman of said Ward, which nomtwatton I, hereby aoespt, and. If electel, will perform the rtstiee of aaid office to the beat of mj ability. D. a SMITH, Of Phoenix Iron Works. tor Alderman fully informed that no notice to become candidates wil in the Mebcuby until the fee of Ten is received by onr Business Man $«■ The Cheapen And best Pianos at Benio Grnnewald's Manic Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Steinway Pianos. Brass instruments, ac- tordeons, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can i>e bought cheaper than from any other turns* in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 9 July 1873

DAILY MERCURY m HEHO OF THE CO-HMITSE. A* Jacltfe'iit of the Pari* Sleee, L,.'. "Qarooa -yoa—* «, •" this cursed crew ? Why the r«i,—a" —yon 7«f ? Do tog kcow? : gonduraeipot you Users & toe row,— ith those commune WTetehes tell. With f*ce to the wall? a. " 'Know V—To be raw I know! Why now ? We're her* to be shot; Aaa there by the pillar'* tie rery«pol, flghttrtf lot france^myfathcr fen. TfcaVs jast th* way I would choose to fait With my back to the wall I :£~3sjm - m. -<Ss*r*-#tir apa fight, I aay. Is right magnificent Si its way, Aaftoa for warming the Dlood; bat who Wis Ij wolfish woA Hie this to to t Bah i Tis a botcher'8 busines.)—Hm CTha boy i beckoning to me now; 1 knew hi* poxSa^* heart would fail ; Yet Ma check'■ sot pale,) —Quick I Say your say ; for don't yon sec. When the church clock yonder tolls oat three You're all to be shot ? What? 'oiC*w yofc a wo w ent ?' Oh, ho, ho! D'ye think to fool a National so ? rv. "Bat, air, hSre** a watch that a friend one day, —M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 10 July 1873

S 'rW&M •J& VOT, Y -NO. 263. Hit "' HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, iJULY 10, 1873. = , FIVE OEM'S. DAILY MERCURY ■T. H. BAKER, PROPRIETOR. EDITORS: I J. H. BAKEB, J. H. WILSON. K. ft. CHEESBOROUGH, BaslneM Maaacer. Rales of Sabseription: DAILY MEBCCBF, One Jnt .$W ® DAILY MSB0lTST, Six Month* 5 26 DAILT MERCURY, Three Months 3 1* DAILY MBSCUBY, One Moota 1 00 WEEKLY MERCURY, One Year 3 00 Bates of Advertising. Hj DAILY. II M0. 3X0S 3*oaj6 os* nrcH. j^iieipioati8QQi 30 oo fixOB $50 00 ' Daily and WeeMr X tm DdlF te«. Every other d*T H of Dally Atea. Weekly K of Daily rates. All article* for publication should be addressed to the Boutn Wattrmr. All Advertteemeats and Communications on basin*** should be addressed to the Basinet* Manager. ■ Compliance with these rales will insnre promptness and jlwvent errors and delays. Arrival aad bepartnrt oFMaiU- <j*ive*toa Mall arrive* at 9 :00 a. m. and S .-00 p. u. uatveston Mail cloaea at C:00 a. m. and 6.90 P. K. New Orleans Mall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 10 July 1873

Iaily mercury SHITRSDAY i"!5S« JTJLY 10, 18T3- Tr-r- ro aim exchanges. 1 costinua to be-senfeto rwith whom wo ha?e conclnded with this understanding: "We ill pay Uie postage oq every paper received by us, «s<■ uiebssges to pay postage on the Msegu&t. J. IL Baker, proprietor. TTKJtlUuT .MERCURY. Advertisers should bear in mind that the circulation of the Weekly Meecuet 13 large, than that of any paper published in Texas, lis coiiV^ata are varied and interesting JPoctrr, stories, tlie kteat news from all perta of the world; and State, and local mat- ters : full commercial reports, agricultural, household and other interesting news, make is* columns attractive, instructive and intarestiesr.- • OCit MISSOURI AGENTS. The Houston Mesctjby will hereafter be represented in the prioffliw^ biiies of Missouri by A. €. C+:c T*. Ellis and the Ilijri ;mft r onty, gentlemen waca: 'A'u -cc afidentiy recom- mend to the confidence of the public. They will also correspond with kb from St. Louis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 10 July 1873

,:r:: DAILY MERCURY JIUT.SDAY JULY IOi 1873 To C®rr«p BaeBt«. ih« K. {w *er w-< u'd respectfully inform curre- or other communications Uvlt-J is* peU r^foa nut bo signed by Uia is fn'5 lame, ud bis reji'Vcce mu*t i,.. Hivtm Auonjmocs l.'tterSj lio-arpver merltori- .■*i« will receive no attention. . CANDIDATES. Far Commissioner of the General Land -A' Office. ' ' We are authorized to announce Ofn* J* W. WHIlFlJfLD, of Ltrtc* ooanty, u a candidate •or <v.eimission«ro/ q*>n«r i Land Office, sab. ject to the nomination of the Democratic Conven- tion. _ 1'or Jllderaian of Fourth Ward. . at a meeting of the citizens of the Fourth Ward h.il. on the 3d tost., I was placed in nomination .for ->Mc-man of mU Ward, which nomination I, hereby accept, and, if electe I, will perform the itiitiea of Mid offics to the bast of my abi ity. D. 0. 8MITH, Of Plitenlx'iroa Works. I for Alderman Are respectfully informed that no notice of their intention to become candidates wil bo made is the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Mercury — 10 July 1873

; ask tag, starry eyes. i love? true? • sot at ray surprise, i should: know as wei! ! as you. ak of all that yon have i Ml the lovers that have been s llo is tme whose love is sliowq. For her -*ske, and not hi* own. II- v> What he docs, he does alone; Yet be hopes it wins ber thought. All that io his soul has grown. To her sovereign feet ia brought ; To hla soul her image clings, She seems woveu in all things. And each thought that in him stirs. Is not for his sake, hut hers. . 7 - in. For her sake he wiB endure, For her sake will sacrifice Bravely bearing, her love sure, Censure, slander, aeorn, advice, if another wins her heart, Sadly he will from her part ; Sadly, bravely, true love ia. For her sake and not for hia. This i« the true lovet sweet— True as ever I am true; For my love Is all complete, Perfect since it cranes from you. Tt-jiiog, yet 'tis not true—no ! - For I could sot let you go, f must keep you where you've grown, For my sake, and for your own. For your own, beca...

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