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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 August 1873

- . . /jnjgfg I P W8m%i' &m- hu mvvw-:: ••.«- «?C3 -U&trz f iiV! Jsfss .- • «a.-f*s '•fr";;-*11 ml'lft)') Y.-NO. 288. proprietor. * 9 houston, texas, saturday morning, august 9. 1873. price, piv] i / il EDITORS: JP. H. WILSON. . tf-Jl*' W K. R. - ' ■ i CHESHBOBOCQH, , of Subscription: DAILY HBew. One fii.. DAILY MERCURY, Six Montha Y, Three Months One Month......... £ Y MEROUBY. One lew 3 M05. FW;tUQ0$13 00 $60 00 Daily and Weekly % other day % otW& on Dally rates. Every rates. Weekly M of Daily cblicatioa « nM licaddrfssod to*hef* AU Advertiaenients aad Communications on ahouMt be aSdrcsaed to the Business Compliance with these rules will insure promptness and present errors and delays. . ifrival suit Departure ofXaiU. ■ fcrivtHtsoa-Mail arrive* at 9 AO A.' at. and 8:00 r.K. ual vesica Mall closes at 6:00 a. M. and 6:90 ML ' ^ New Qrlsaas Mail arrivee at 9:00 a. n. Monday and 5:00 r. m. Wednesday and Friday. Sew Orleans Man closes at 8:00 a a. Wednes- day and Friday., a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 August 1873

-- .--v '• c' "" 'V .• ' : :".v •>. - ' - e - ■ - - •; .• ...... . : - T 1 Sg I VILY MERCURY ■■in—.. .i saturday ■ - • august 9, 1873. OUR NEXT STATE 0FF1CIAIS. The political disagreement in oar State is confined to the Re- publican and Democratic parties. We are not called npon to discuss of Liberal ^fce- aad Couaerva- or review the strength or weakness of the Grange movement in canvassing who shall govern the State for the next four rears. Hfenefc the diffi- culties in the way of journalistic < riticisin of men and measures are greatly simplified* Wehad a Re - publican executive andaDemocrat- ic Legislature, and the charge is justly made, that both have failed in the past to satisfactorily per- form the high and important du- ties entrusted to them. 'Jhe Ex- ec- ntive surrounded himself with men who blurred the Republican and made the administra- tion contemptible. They lost the power to the party which it pos- sessed at the outset of their career, and have left a record whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 August 1873

naB 1 \ ; ' VSgr- *.. F h-enh-i' CITY COUNCIL PBOCEEDIK#?, h 5&.-#«Ss ea'Tfo Li-^ County. . i - -•jelf aa a w-ndUWa „ „ of Harris county, Democratic Nominating- Con- Cobsslibs m: Noble, i > frjsnda of petbe floeck aanounce * suitable candidate for Sheriff of *]T, and will give him a iip«ai- a candidate'for Sheriff of subject to decision of the mention. J oar fellow citizen, T. y. gentleman to fill the i county, and pledge i our undivided support. He is a native of the county and favortfoly^known. r*r FRIENDS. of tljfi General Land Office. ^ I to announce Oea.- J. W. ot Jjuvibca county, as a candidate of Use General Laud Office, sub- of the Democratic cootob- Afc the Gem every Satur- 1 action Sale. j r^lnou Gabs-Will sell to-day at 10 a. m., potatoea^kerosene oil, soop, mackerdLlrans, furniture, sewing Headlines, dry goods, cloth- , ate. At TJp. M.,geats'eloth- fornishiiig goods. - Clam At |he Gem every Sab- Race on Mails Street. A foot race occurred last even- lag about 8 o'e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 August 1873

' / SSS25 on ner eno'agh 0* /EAX.OIST. IT* CIARA ASHXiET. ' t thai® a mirth and music, within the hall, i Jkhiieot are daaeiiitc gayly * ' d's bkth-night ball. .j from crat the dancers, ■; wreath oa my-achinjt "crow, ■ " i jaid-i me now. , ;K.' roses, 13 tOBSed. Is ringing gladly, That At AnnahrfoWeOw • " - r-v- ia now dancing. baR. :" - I know that Pud pafe-and-ugly, • ' - And with Aasa'wl cannot compere, r aye# laek hot's hriffiant lustre. " 1 n|rfa missed the glory rare i 5 £ke a golden halo, ' lading hor youthful head, hay Hps teve bo ruby brightness, fc> carnation tinge of red, ; ; there's a footstep coming ; i not hear my voice complain, ■ that i'td moaning sadly . the degtfca of this desolate pam. * thi^k—'''good evening, sir dancer, 've enjoyed the tirao?" my own preeions Rosa ? ■ ) to demandi you for mica." jj sir?" I raised my head proudly, r? I don't understand\ aoo, my own darling Bosa, i doinand your small hand.' she'8 dearer, j cheek, , they"call her, tff.j ieyes;; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 10 August 1873

IMza m t&*mW& . - mm ISSi VOL. V-NO. 289. — HOUSTON, TEXAS. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1873. PRICE, FIVE Bais DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER, PROPRIETOR, EDITORS: JT. H. BAKER, J. H. WILSON". S. B. CHEESBOBOCGB, Bosinesa Manager. Bates of Snbscrtption: DAILY SIEKCOBY, One Year $10 00 DAILY MZBCUBY, Six Months 5 25 DAILY XZBOUBT, Three Months. 2 75 DAILY MKBOUBY, One Month. 1 00 WEEKLY MKBOUBY, One Yew 3 00 Bates of AdrertMnsr. DAILY. 1 Ko.l2noe.i3 $8 OOijl* 3e.jSH(M.jSWM.|12XOB w||18 00ip0 00! $50 PC Daily and Weekly K on Daily rate* Bvery other aay % of Duly rates. Weekly X of Daily All articlee for publication should be addressed to the Houston Itoccsr. An Advertisements and Communications on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rules will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. Arrival and Departure of Ma lis. Galveston Mail arrive* at 9:00 a. k. and S.-00 r. K. Galveston Mail close* at 6:00 a. x. and 6:90 p. *. Hew Orleans Hail ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 10 August 1873

®!%SSiSgS| fSjSty-' Kllr ' i": ; . ' • - illSJ * - - attest 10. 1873. POME SOY AT HUSTSYILLE. A tfd&D HELL. State residentiary-Tfae Interna, sad fhreat Northern Railroad mm - Wmm mm 1 siiii =Jm \ WmS-1 ■te . :; .-: i Oil Friday, Mark M. Fomeroy, «4 n jn com- kaowa as " James superin- International and Railroad, and the editor of tlie Merouby, accepted the invitation of the President of the International and Great Korthern Railroad to make a fly- ing trip over those two roads, and we ail left the junc- tion on a special train filled np with mattresses, commissary, waiters ete., and in two and fifty minutes arrived at we found the to to that institution, our way there we were of a rich joke perpetrat- ifayor and citizens of on the day preceding, that the Galveston had announced Pomeroy's to be on Thursday, and train arrived on Tfrarsday, the Mayor of Hunts- ville and citizens, with a band, were at the train to receive them. J r so happened that on this train there were several pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 10 August 1873

i ■;v J;!-?:: ^ I lEs^^ HfHi imsmm g£Kgag g&a iif HlllllBI 3UHPAY - - • AUGUST 10, 18W. TBWrKHATURK-AUGUST 9, 18TS. & oft, jEWstssa $$!&£ AT 0. W, 81 MAIS 8 6-dtok. A,* .1?ootack, SC.,t,«...■ 3o*nk k,F. *..... 9 o'eteck, P. *.,.... SaJweaheit. T4 8 *:.*.. so ►" CANDIDATES. For Sheriff of Harris County. I hereby onaounoe myself as a candidate loriho office of Sheriff of Karrifc county, subject to the Democratic Nominating Con- veaiion. Cornelius M. Noble. The friends of Pbteb Flozck announce htm as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, and will give him a unani- 8am S. Ashe is a candidate for Sheriff of Jfsjris county, subject to decision of the County Democratic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. XJ. as a suitable gentleman to fill the ' of Harris county, and pledge him our undivided support. He is a native of the county and favorably known. MANY FRIENDS. For Comxnisabmer of the General Land Office. Wa are snthorised to announce Gen. J. W. WHITFI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 10 August 1873

ffO TBXOB JfflETA SOL. (GO© BK WITH TOO.) BT AKTUrR HUGH CLOUGif. FarcwftU, my highland lassie! when the year 'returas around, fie ii Greece, or be it Norway, where my va- grant feet are found, I shaft a<1 to mind the place, 1 shall call to miad the day, The da'- that's gone iotever, and the glen that's far away; I shall mind me, be it Rhine or Rhone, Ital- ian iand or France, Of the iaughings end the whispers of the fsijasgs and the dance: i shall see thy soft brown eres dilate to wakening woman thonght, Ana whiter stiS the white cheek grow to which the blush was brought; And oh f with mine commixing I thy breath of life shall feel, And cksp the shyly passive hand in joyous Highland reel; l ahall hear, and see, and feel, and in se- quence sadly true Shsul repeat the bitter-sweet of the linger- ing last adieu; I shall seem as now to leave thee, withAhe kiss upon thy brow, And the fervent benediction of So Theos HfetaSou! Ah im i my Highland lassie! Jiiough in win- i— drear and lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 12 August 1873

up &-; ' , -V '- ■-'• "•" •':'*' ^ , .,' " ...- ;:,„4C-^- - - njp.v (mm ; -"awtS V ■ | H llSr' '^'^^H| syoV4..| oi ;-•.!- C ia " |jtU y8jS SB rnrr f- <♦« JXHSqaioy i=«C , ^ HOUSTON,. TEXAS, TUESBAY MOENING, AUGUST 12. ,1873. j P* •' t&±H_ .,. .,.. _ 1 —■i—l-1—■ _ ". . . ^ f J ^. i.': - - * ' S m - "4 « . '. zpff^mps t ; sm^gf^ I *s# i J« fjj'.u* • > -*%- '>a^r" j* a*«$gp§p| .:."'?8§K-. .<.- ;fn ;'f 1r^ ■ .y/.;",. vn ywW^'Tgf PRIC1 ® K C HKEBBOI ©f Sabscripuoa: ^*4 $woo 8i*' Msfiths. ,.,*. .ftre t tadSMMyii mm -li- on arily K ■ mas At 3 :00 a. *. f£6 jufx. and 6^J -J' Kail arrives at 0:00 4. X. Monday Hp - .A .. and 6 .30 P. *. ■eg* , .,fii ;.~ 1 TT1 . "-''' "'-■ A Lpfter from Huntsyille. f£<|q Tf * :\$ince yotir "Bift^ ieft this , field to your correspondent, these; has i little exciting; in the eir-' Some days ago the t ,§fo>I)e quietly e camp and commenced the process, Which wfflfrao end as did his escapade election, ie, a sell out, or rather a trade, he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 12 August 1873

spp HI DAILY MERCURY saarT—rtss TTJSSDAT august is, 18?3. Postal Appointments.—The Postmaster General has ordered the appointment of A. D, Biggs as postmaster at Marqaez, in Leon county, in this State place of 3. Kutkner, resigned. m The resignation of Dr. Joseph Taylor, Mayor of Shreveport, by under Kellogg, is Public pressure was so^great that the Doctor yielded. A policeman named Johnson, one of his frieudsi has fled to Texas. 110USK, V m Years—A Fine (Uy denounced in than we have enormous expense in- the erection* of the and this we have we believed that same might have to the city, if the i and others duty to the city. But the building has been completed in spite of much per- sonal abuse unjustly heaped upon Mayor Scankm, who has steadily persisted in his determination to erect and complete a market- house creditable to this city, and we now give him credit for his pluck, perseverance and good judgment. Yesterday, in accordance with the advertised notice, the Mayor sold at publ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 12 August 1873

\ MERCURY TUESDAY - - • AUGUST 12, 1313. xsMpiaATcaB - august TAXFH AT 0. W, PE8CAY ft 00. 81 HAIS Ml ® S8*8. 6o'clivk,A.I4..~ l octaclc,S4 S o'clock, P. H........... S o'clock, R.BT. Pahreohsit. ,«•••• W ...... 84 CANDIDATES. .. . JF r Sheriff of H«lIs Comity. jL E.CnOATE is fi of Sheriff of nomination of for the office iject to the I hereby announco myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris oonnty, subject to the Democratic Ncsniaafing Con- vention. OoRSEircrs M. Noble. The friends of Petes Floece announce hid as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, and wiH give him a unani- mous sopport _,| SAii S- A air? jg a candidate for Sheriff of Hajris eoanty, snbjfect to decision of the CouEty Democratic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. Lubbock, as a suitable gentleman to fill the office of Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge feint oar undivided support. He is a native ;aaty and favorably known. MANY FRIENDS. jeet to the of the General Land O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 12 August 1873

IhHI DAILY MERCURY THE ILLS OF IS VERY X>AV. We rise to ineoi a hsavy t=low— Our aouh a sadden bravery fills— But wo endure not always so „ The drop by drop cf little ills; Wo mil der io"re and srUi obey . The lard behests of crory 3ay. The heart which boldly faces deatli tfpou the baUie field, and dares — ~— ets, faints beneath of freta and cares; overcome, Hit pOty IB Ife of fire, of soul uire; you. may. York, Aug. 8,1873. Editor Houston Mercury: _..jy isTSBt mi elysium a imd-samrner son is pour- J its Seree rays down on your ti«roted heiwl ami fading the color out of your new gimmes bonnet. We speak "knowingly, for we test- ed its torrid horrors a few morn- when we were in quest "new under sun" fde the benefit of. the lady readers of the Mebcuby. With tie thermometer iu the nine- ties, we concluded the coolest thing to be done was to walk into a, store and feast our eyes on the exquisite fans so temptingly dis- played. We were shown some of the huge size, actually a yard in le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 13 August 1873

iikfil SlPgfSiSgNs^SlMi! tm * m VOL. V-NO. 291. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 13, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. J. H. BAKER, J. H . J. II. WTUSCXN". B. B, CHEKSBOBOUfiH . Rates of Subscription: DAILY MJEKCUEl! Three Months 9 T8 BAII.Y MBRCUBY, One Month.. 1 00 WEEKLT MB30UEY. OwSatt......4.... DAILY. 6M08. taxes 1 . -jujjateyww pf—,T.. on ctch. ;taw juoo imoo peaa tad oo on Dally rates. Xrtgf Weekly X of S«Uy AH articles for publication should be addressed to fee Houston Mxbccby. . i_, \ j ■ Ail Advertisements tad Ooianmai«UeD on should be addressed to the Business with these rales will Ins are and prevent errors and delays. Antral aid D«partar« ofKslU. ■ - - • Oal?ostonKail aatraa at 9 rfJOa. x. and 8 >69*.*. 6xQO a. V- and 630 lUm Orieans Mall arrives at S:0t) a. * and 5:00 T. X. Wednesday aed Friday. , r . New Orleans Ma2 dam* $* a sc. Wednes- day aed Friday., and 6:30p.m. Saturday. f 3? p. x. and 3 x. k., ex. at 8:90 A. x. and 4:18 t. x. 1A Great Northern Mail arrives ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 13 August 1873

§8® : " Slips . iii ffiiiirmi ^ / ■; V"-;; DAILY MERCURY WEDNESDAY - ■ AUGUST 13,1813, iihPCBUCAS DELEGATES TO BAL- LAS. ^ The Republican Convention of Harris county has met at Perkins' Theatre and adjourned. Dele- gate^, have been chosen. How, we have already apprized our in oar reports of-its To say, that most of the to represent this- unfairly chosen, and do sot either represent the gen- ius at Republicanism or the inter- est of the county, would be a sim- ple iteration of what is univer- sally known by the people who re- side here. There is but one way Republi- cans can retrieve this misfortune. namely, to hold primary meetings immediately in each precinct, of principle, who have at stake, call a new vention that will be guided by well established rules, and choose from the delegates patriotic Re- publicans whose past record is a guarantee that they will act for the best interests of the peoplo of the State? Ignoring the German element, whose fealty to the Republican psfcty is p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 13 August 1873

MBM Mi DAILT MERCURY - AUGUST 13,18TB. 4 TSUBtyKKATOaK—ArOUST 1*. 18*3. TAKSS AT G. W, PXSQA7 4 00.. 81 MAIN STK8BT. eo'clock, A. M.— k: , ?6 33 81 81 CASMDATES. tteriff of Hanta Ceeety, ~ R Croats is s candidate for the office of Harris County, subject to the nomination of the Democratic Convention. — ' ft cfrmMntn the office of Sheriff of Harris county, to the Democratic Nominating Con- COBicixnjs H. Noble. I hereby ann® he office of The friends of Psteb Furnas, announce liim as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, and will give him a unani- Sam S. As he is a candidate for Sheriff of TTairia county, subject to decision of the County Democratic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. Lcbbock, as a suitable gentleman to fill the office oi Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge hinj our undivided support He is a native avorablv k MANY FRIENDS. ot tbt> General Vo in satboHaed to annoonos Gea. J. W. WHITFIELD, of Lavaca ooaaty, m a candidate for Gcicmissionsro?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 13 August 1873

V MERCURY SHIP. Narrative of tl o fcoas. hold your bend! ; ia that far away— sJfHfr&c&s with a ghastly fife, _ i oi spray, ioi the iHreaker^a atnfe— Fisherman, prayf ' stout iKace. fbout that self 3anio j, ten o'clock lonesome as her disquisition is lacking in log- cal continuity, and depends: upon insupportable attests glebed frfite corruptible quarters, and ^irms under the ineffective issues of what she has striyen to make ma- terial facts, it must fail in its at- tempt to inculcate a reason from which the psineiples of marital rights are drawn by a prejudicial jjen and falsified with the brnsh of rjt^paflL . MarriediUfe, it is true, is made to shiver many times in its pro- gress, from circumstances over which neither man or woman have labelled ^My Notions." They'll E be of such value to you here that you will miss it if you leave! any of them behind. If you are to j farm, bring along the notion that I -you are to plow .ten inches deep, and you will be able to plow as they...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 August 1873

msm. m 1 v 1 1 "iimnmirwniv mmm mim in 1. ■ ■ HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY : MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1873. PRICE, FIVE-CENTS. s""- s: i; 1)1:.:!.::! mr H. Eliot, IS Mala Street. —— ,t. h. BAKER, M- FBOPROffTOB. iJjLfX3r€Ws8* ■, J. II. J. EC. WH.SOX, b. n. eHSKaBoaovoB, f Rates of Subscription: ®An,Y DAILS MEBtrtlBT, ft* Months DAILY MBBSOTBT, Tin DAILY MSBO'JRY. Cms Sfottth.. wmi; MsaoTJBT, CM Year. . K> 00 : 5* . i n . 100 . S 00 DAILX. 41, ma j*3««- 8*oe. lastos on rscH. I tin#! $14 90 polo too 00 Daily andyedtlj^if Daily rates. hte* TTedayXof AH aniclse for oaSUckUoa should be addressed to the Houston All Advertiaeineats a d Communication* on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. n* UKfi? i.f . Compliance with these roles will insure promptness and prevent arcrs and delays. ^ Arrival and J) partw of M*tla- at 9:00 a. ml and f M r. u. M 8:00 a, it. and 0: <i&lvo toc Mall . Oelrwrtos SUI Sew Orleans M 41 arri7asst9.-00a. il. Monday and 5:00 P. *, Wedawdaar and Fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 August 1873

. ■ ■ "T- V DAILY MERCURY THURSDAY AUGUST 14,1813. We publish to-day the name of another well known citizen, who aspires to the responsible position of sheriff of Harris county, Mr. James Haeslei#, of Hockley. Dr. Warren Brickeli of IJew Orleans, has been appointed Pro- fessor of Obstetrics in Bellevne Hospital Medical College in New York city, and will depart from New Orleans to enter open Ms duties in a few weeks. Thus Loa- isianians go—one here, another there. The loss to Few Orleans of aueb men will be ffeifc. ; T tfes LojhL All pernous owing allegiance to the King, are summoned to as- semble at ites Dsn on astnrdsfy Sight, 7:30 sharp. Per oider of his Majesty. CATTLE THIETES* Vk \ organization of the Associa- tion of Stoekraisers of Texas for mutual protection, has began to tell upon those who hare lived only by theft and robbery. Mr. W. J. Settegast, Treasurer of tlys Association, has within ten days paid out the sum "of $250 reward to different parties for the conviction of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 August 1873

DAILY MERCURY THURSDAY - AUGUST 14,1873. CRATCK.K—AUGUST IS, 1873. TiXJSt «T C. W, PiSCA* * CO.. JBWKLXB& el Still? 8TB2CT. 6 o'clock. A. M ...... .*• " IS o'clock, M. 87 S o'clock, P. M « 8 o'clock, Pi Sf • 41M c* «•> •••* ®* James A. ItiugsiaaF'wE Hockley, "w" a candidate jfc^Sfeeriff ot Harris county. E. R. Cuoate is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris County, subject to the nomination of the Democratic Convention. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris county, subject to the Democratic dominating Con- vention. CORXSLES M. NOBTjk. The friends ot Peter flobck announce him as a suitatafe- eandidate for Sheriff of Harris eounty, and w81 give hi« * u h mous support. . ' Sax S. Ashs is a candidate for Sheriff of Hairis county, subject to decision of the Coonty Democratic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. Li'BBOCJt, as a suitable gentleman to fill the office of Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge him our undivided...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 August 1873

DAILY MERCURY (400D NIOHT. HT claSa "isirtjrr. wiatlfl sigh- Sfnkiiig to aieep with summer i&6> _ - MMMBMIMIII Balm &wa the Cowers floating arousd; Bmkiiig to sk-cp mid music tones dying, Into fee hash of an exquisite sound. Placing to sleep 'mid ; the aoft moonbeana Throwing so&i Siuking to Brings -faking to i oer distant to me. FREAKS OF EROS. Scrap's Elopement with *iss Sboe- ; fvs-% maker. ) £> Sare famil- a of the ex- ancier, e Cenit- } heart'3/s ('-aimed everj fesfiug, reposing in bliss Silent as winds floating over the ocean,. Whose waves ecsroely zephyr's soft kiss. sinking to sleep Lingering still—ah t Hear thee away Kind spir*" love I 'rn&m BY MBS. WHiiAMS. Unlike those women alluded to hv Sltakspeare. who think so be- • think so, I always like to give something more than fa wom£8?s Teftsdb" tta thfef&tb tfrit is in me. ■'issa ^s'^a*au When my mind reverts to the vast number of male drunkards; to men wfco f>r©ve defaulters in places of trn&...

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