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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 15 August 1873

z if - 1 ■■1 293. HOUSTON, TEXAS,. FRIDAY MO&NING, AUGUST 15. 1873. .. U-i - .„j; | Q toagfepfg J PRICE, FIVE CENTS. MERCURY J.OAKEE, , PROPRIETOR. EDITORS: J. H. BAKER, J..H. WILSON". K. R. CHEESBOBOCOH, Bosineee Manager. Botes «f Sabscrlptton: DAILY MERODBY, One Year $10 00 D.VLY MKHCITBY, Six Mouth*: ... S 25 uaILY MERCOKY,Throe Months...... .. J 7 DAILY MERCURY, One Month.... 1 00 WEKKLY MERCURY. One Year 3 00 Bates of Advertising. DAILY- os* was. t HO.;2XOS |S WOS.j<5 MOS-jlJ JtOS j -Boi^* | 1800lpO0ol >80 00 Daily and Weekly X _ other day % of Dally rates. rates. on Daily rates. Every ' Weekly * of Dally All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Mkbcitbt. AU Advertisements and Communications on "rwsiaess should be addressed to the Business Manager. p^pBow. with these roles will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. Arrival aad Oejartarc or Hal Is Galveston Mail arrives at9:00 a. k. and 8:00 r.U. Qalveston MaS doses at 6:00 a. h. and C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 15 August 1873

• - ••_ -DAILY MERCURY FRIDAY AUGUST 15, 1873. Beading Matter on every Page- To the Loyal, • All persons owing allegiance iho King, are summoned to as- semble at The Den on Saturday night, 7:30 sharp. r . , Per order of his Majesty. RAYJ8 AT TilE NORTH ANT> IN TEXAS. Gfcv>ern©t Da via has been fitred in ^\€shington j and «p ivnd otlter have' freely dar- poP Al1 The editor of one of our city pa- 1*^ desirous oftaldii^ a few day's nereation, gave in his absence the <>ntif6 control ofiii8p^per to B.<F. Hardcastle. This "hirpling" edf-' tor has grown bloj^Jfhirsty, and threatens the Ovarii or of; Missis- sippi and the otner officials of that State. In reference to themi, he says: "They had better take care, and proceed slowly, or some of thesr inarfbllow Judge Cobley.' As the dog days ate on us, his friends ought to muzzle him. „ J^-JiLISSFUL IQ.XOKASCE. The Telegraph of yesterday ton- tains the following: ; p. TUE POLITICAL SUCATION IS TEXAS. \Va3H*s&tqn, Aug, *1.—St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 15 August 1873

m mmsgm ■ ; "i • FMBAT August ism r ■& 3PKGAT0KB- AVCft/Sf 14,A8T3 TAKES 41 C. W, PESCAT & CO.* JKWEU|B^ SI 5SA.IS KTR8ST. 1 Fahsenhsit. 6 o'ctof fc. A. K. tt o'clock, M. is 6o'cioeki ....... W as JiXKS JU osadsdfcfre fe! ■ oC HockHyj w a srfrasu R. g. OaaiTK is a eandida£0;ft>r thq offico of sheriff el Harris Codnty, subj£& to the a.-uniaatlon of -t&q Democratic' .O&gi'&tion. siiirtapt to vention. __ . .. ,. HP I roty, Xte ocTOtw HoaunaUnj?! Con ooexeocs m. Noius. The frMar-pf Peter &#$<£ "-Stoiunee Uiui r..i a suitable candidate; for Sheriff of Harris county, and will givft him a anani 'tOttl ilifypij&U-fi-" " *— iWtrE lit 7 £Uk 8. asre is a candidate ler Sliei Harris oouiity, ssbject to decisioit <^f the tiotfrrtv Democratic CanveteiS^ .^ gig ± _ '! HO ' •. }■ '■ ■ •• FRIENDS. W« acncuDce our fellow citaen, lbcbogk, as a suitable gttatlefitan to! office of Sheriff of Hams coring',' him oar sndivided support. Heia a Native of the favorably ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 15 August 1873

■«&.-: ct.ottv> ; A liUia cloud f a little cloud! That scarce Might amen storms to be; Blw&bappj skiea that, laughing, bowed Aero® a qtsfetsummer eea. i iittlo eland! a tiny form! f Bat Triftds came up along the main, A nd all the waves were ridged with storm, Aad. aii the bad web dark with rain. ? little word! a little word! And joy^in twovonnghearta droptdead, Aiaal A .A: it ever said I sun went down, and the rain; Love's happy fe>hte were bare and brown, And Ete m never bright again. Brigii sun's Lost Affinity. ha tK Ymms's Seveafeeath Wife. Salt Lake Cjty. August 2,1873. ) Tfeis morning I went to the Walker Hottae and seat up my mm iq ibis now interesting lady, Mrs. Ann Eliza Webb Young, with an intimation that I had culled upon her attorneys, and, if agreeable Mid convenient, I should be pleased to see her. Immedi- gercon returned with the invitation to "Please walk Up." The room door of 310, on the third Sctdr, w* open when I reached it, an.l wi^apleasaat word I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 16 August 1873

- ;:r.- ' • : ifi wiwriinniWfiiiiwtBii w;im ii mmtjmKR • -. - v f f f ?/ ■ -*ii &$£!? "■ = HOUSTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY gaual5alti tfcfi",^ I iHwatt1 4U.HL Vtii'Jit *-—v>J- ■•-• SBp ~i"i , AUGUST 16, 1873. fJ-J fOlif ncfuow °?E a Banks and^nfflw. HOUSE ! [ftil ER, <f€■* CJ" < H. WILSON U G II, Kin *10 00 00 $18 00;$39 00 $«■ 00 X on Dully noes irate*. Weekly X * d*Ht CommuniciUona on to. the Business rates witt insnre and delays. Stall* at 9:00 A. X. Friday. at C K 1 M. Wednfet- «: l>. M. Saturday jp. *.«$d8A. *,«. jl, it. and 4:16 P. * Mail amies at Vail departs at i-K«- or m (w General Agent for the State of svsfisiati /.« ads vxii be approved by the proprietor of if* mercuby. - ♦♦♦ —- "• s * A^xt.—JSoW. & Kirk is our Lmsiam and Alabama. 53WM?3 f<•?«•« li.idfng tgpon the proprietor. To the Public.—Mr, G. R. Wright is a did? authorized agerd of (his paper. He will rmtiikw (Means cr<d*tter cities in the interest of the MR8CCR*, and its friend, tM plea&ex- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 16 August 1873

WL T ? U mk m DAILY MERCURY .SATGEBAY AUGUST 16, 1873. Heading Matter on every Page, Te the Loyal. Ail pewoos owing allegiance to the Kile, die mrnmo&d to as- Majesty. Per order .?F^W mm*. The first bale of new cotton h tsafe^iniiiwi f< rra. of Wm, Christian & Co., last evening, from Messrs^ Massler & Sass, Ledbetter, and will be sold to-dsMtft auction, by Lr.bboek & Son. It classes! middling. — -1—• ' THE OESfOCEATIC CONVENTION. ^ y^ibi^e oP Ite&ocH&3 in Perkins' Theatre yesterday was creditable to that party. With- out loss of time, or a waste of V&rds \)ff ^ Stale pdlit*- itiiudes, they trans- acted their busineas, .elected as an example,m y with-profit be followed by ^jc^eding Conygnr Uon% * regardless of party. The President, Geaeral Ashbel Smith, is an able presiding officer, and his Secretary, Capt. McKeever, fiteilitated the work before the Convention by the able and in C i3g*S «>:f^l Convention—(Joter- anil Foil ml Anderson § , .i*. TiiGlE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 16 August 1873

DAILY MERCURY SATURDAY - - AUGUST 15, 1873. TiESJT AT ft W, MBGAT * 00., JIWWJEB8. SUIH gtBBW. 6 o'ekx-i, A. 36— TO .o'ctoefc. F, is."".!".".'.,* * « 8 w'ctock, f. ®® PIG- CONVENTION OF HA KRIS COtfKTY. Meetisg at Perkins' Theatre. Election pf Delegates to Austin. Resolutions by Ex-Governor Henderson. of Harris County. Jahks a. HAKSiHJf, at Hockley, te a io for Stent of Harris county. K. F.. Choatk is fi candidate fqr the office <d Sheria of Harris County, subject to the nomination of tx mocratic -Convention. tnouBce myself as a candidate of Sherif of Harris county, subject to the Democratic Nominating Con- rention. COBJrauCH M. Noble. i hereby ai for the office The friends -ei Peter Floeck announce hu as a suitable candidal for Sheriff of Harris county, and will give him a unani- mous support. !" " •'* Sam S. Ashe w a candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, subject to decision of the Coanty Dtmocraiie Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. Llhuock, as a miitable gentl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 16 August 1873

555 Few of us, but indulge in day dreaming or brown study, as it is called. We all love to sit at the bat window of the soul and Ere for the moment with that inner- self; that part of us, no eye but one can set This is our little world, and with what pleasing it, m these, brown study, igher snr- shapes quiet Life down winter, and ed old in of the apple in the leafing trees, the first thrill of bird song, in the watching of the cattle, as they steer in flocks to hill pasture lands, in the smoke . curling away^from the clearings, in the cooing of the turtle dove, in the twilight call of the whippoorwill, and the whirr of the katydid. In all these to- kens of the glad spring-time we find favx s for brown study. What bright phantasms we weave into possibly appearing shapes, in the glow and fervor of this joyous season, of the young year; what musings broken by the laugh and glee of children at' pMy on the tirst green sward of the year, or the whistle of the quail. How the spirit of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 17 August 1873

- • -• MU ■3mts!ws .a :£%■<. S3 CURY aker, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. rr"K KMTORS: ii, imukkr, J. h. wiLsasr. EO'tOHj DAILY MSKCdBY, One Tear..... ........ $10 00 SAILS KBBCUBY, 8te Montha 6 25 DAILY MHBOCKT,ThreeMonths a« 1CUBY, One Month. 1 00 MERCURY. Ctoa Ye*r S 00 DAILY, Bates ---***•. of Mrertiginfr. r im> m. K03 ( •= r. .. •34 00 3 MO*. !# MO*. IS *08 tl8i i$30 00 J 0# X -OB Dafiy rates. Every r rates. Weekly K ot Dally All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Iteerar. All Advertisement# aad CosununtcatiooB on basineia should h« addressed to the Business Manager. - '" ./ '■ " " j Compliance with these rules will insure promt> tx&se aad prevent errors and delays. •. Arrivai aad Ctpartan afMaili. SatreatonMaUarrtva* at9rf a. a. and 3:00 p. *. Qaiveaton Mail close# at 6;0G a. *. and «:80 PM. New Orlefcns Hail arriroa at 9:00 a. k. Monday and WK K.Wednesday and Friday. f - Msw Orleans MaU doses at 6:06 a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 17 August 1873

Kg V I .. % - ^ AUGUST 17,18?$. - on every Page. to Our contkrautoes^wc bare several origmaftsmtrfbutions, and prose, still under con- in patieuoe. We will do them all justice. are held ON THE Road.--Joe. E. was killed on Friday on the Harrisburg road, by a switch He deaf,1 bung Hen's serenaded The brass band popular airs. . The as if they could or load a bale band is We return and regret want do the honors. -THE TRUE GE TO ALL as was Indiana. He articles speak for It is the desire of _ s to promote home industry, and to prove to the world our ability to manu- certam articles in a man- a State competition ay The un- have issued the follow me- } city of Hoae- jtl t we car i in oar respecters "execute better work than can i elsewhere m the State of Texas, «to teat the matt** by fair and invite tfce macafae.u. i and artisans of the State of to contest the superiority claimed at annual State Pair, to be held in , May, 1874, when we propose to ©f our workmanship, ex- ecuted in our respec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 17 August 1873

l#W- Australia, ) * J Mjg •& - the glade, he tramps, \ to IH[ iuter- readers": % 31st, 1873, Dear Brother—I suppose that a letter fijom me is about one of the last things yon would have ex- of a cen- tury is a long time; still it seems but yesterday "since I left Amer- ica. A life of continued action has allowed time to slip by un-, heeded, almost Uncared for. I will *for ward you a photograph soon, and you will be able to judge hOw time has dealt with me. In health I am as "sound as a roach," (whatever that may be), and jog t itor defend it." Col. seeing, that the point was j immediately erased the „ objectionable portion and substi- Australian tuted in its stead, "or any other Republican Government that might be established," which was. satisfactory to all concerned, and they were forthwith mustered into service. The-spokesman, who would not swear allegiance to any govern- ment, save that it was republican, was David Crockett, who, togeth- er with Bowie and that brave and nobl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 17 August 1873

P?§tfplp|^ 5= M AUGUST 17, 1813. 5t* a"® jj b. r- • a(?Gt3 ST 16, s8t3. c T*xsis AT a W, V&GAY k CO.. JEWRLES& gi MAD*JitBBBI. i f- I ? . * So'elork,*. K - *• 13o'clock, X..,. & P. K* • r %« mb*enh*lt. £ ...... 94 i. H GA53>1DATSS- For County. James A. Hiffiiwnf, of -Hockley, •iKdidata fcr Sheriff of Harris county. ia a e. E, Croats is a candidate for the office o£ Sheriff at E&rris Ooua«yr aubjact to the nomination of the Democratic Convention. - I hereby anoouaee'myself aa a candidate for th® office of Sheriff of Harria ooonty, subject to the Democratic Nominating Coa=- - reasons OoRi'HLrcs M. Noble. ~ ~ 'r "*v" The friends of Peteb Flokcs anncooca feim as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, and will give him a nnani mom' 'support. ■■ ■ ■ y Eax S. Ashk is a candidate for Sheriff of Harris twsuty, subject to decision of the Oocaty BesiGeratie Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. Lubbock. aa a suitable gentleman to fill the office of Sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 19 August 1873

I ** - H HOUSTON, \ TEXa& TUESDAY j MORNING,, AUGUST 19, 1873. PRICE, FIYE CENTS. . 296, Going to Prison to Ltavn a Trade. TOM CAXTON. Galveston Advertisements. CURT Jr.# HAND MADE SourMashWnstejr AJ.MORRBSON HAND MADE SourMa^Wriskej AJ.MORRISSON A. ALLEN & CO. DEALERS IX— HAND MADE- \ / HAND M^DE SourMa&WMskejr w SonrM^IJmskw; AJ.MORRISSON AJ.MORRISSON DAILY WEfiKLl ^DISTILLER aJ DAffi J. HPW^KER, PROPBTETOB. EDITORS: J. U. BAKSB, J. EC. WILSON. K. R. CHEBSBOROCGH, Bates et SobscriptioE: DAILY MERCURY, One Iw ,.. . H> 00 DAILY M3RCUBT, Biz Month* 8 iS >TS 1 00 3 00 DAILY MEBCUBT, Three Month*. DAILY MBHCURT, One Month WBSKLY MEBCTJBT, One Yew Bates «t Advertising* DAILY. 1 *o. 2li08- $14 00) $18 00 • MoailSi poooll^oo Dally and Weekly X on J**?* other day % ot Dally rate*. Weekly H oflfettr rates. ~r.Vi>: , i' > AU articles for publication should be addressed tc the Houston Hhectot. All Advertisements Ma Conuannioatioos on hMhiM. aboold be addressed to the B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 19 August 1873

Nill^ DAILY M13EICUBY H <;T*SMY AUGUST 19,1813. ■ Beading Matter on .every Page, H. B.' Wednesday, sharp 8 p. M., By Order. got a new State named Hewgasa, lorm- in the brokerage Clinton, the him there, and his was to cash all the war- by Clinton's Sip ' ■ *■'" who is ?ing heroes of ivors our read- w Kecollections fe' Purlongh in It will be found, on peru- sal, to possess unusual interest. It is on oar fourth page, which we generally devote to original poetic and prose productions. ospital at New be sold at auc- the 26th of the present the highest bidder by States Government, of sale are to be $25,- and the balance in equal at one 'and two years, is hoped and calculated that by time, something like price will be obtained. Reward fob Gestebosity. on our exchange list a ty journals that rarely us with any local news. Now, we think, it is ungenerous for the Galveston Spectator and the Williamson county Record to without credit, irom our for the ,y in cash, their last in their columns...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 19 August 1873

DAILY MERCURY TUESDAY AUGUST 19, 1813. VVV8I—ACGUST 18,18T3. rtssx ax a w, *xsoay * oa, jewxlebs, n MAIR STBSBI. Tafcrenb*ii> «o"ak k,A.* ... M 12 o'eloc*, V |T s o'clock, P. M.. JJ* 8 o'clock, P. M 87 Far 3be*i<T ef Hurri* Coaaty. James A. Hassixot, of Hockley, is a candidate for Sheriff of Harris county. £. e. Choatb is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris County, subject to the nomination of the Democratic Coaventkm. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris county, subject to the Democratic Nominating Con- vent ion. Cobneltcs M. Noble. The friends ot Pxtkb Floeck annconce him as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Karris county, and will give him a unani- Sax a Asbs is a candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, subject to decision of the Connty Democratic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. Lcbbock, as a suitable gentleman to fill the office of Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge him our undivided support. He is a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 19 August 1873

,Y MERCURY <*- Eel i i ftfiffe"' aus! Tna Week's Fnr- fa 1836. A TEXAS YETBBAN. ^riy part of the summer when the Army of the e was camped on the Wan- ver, being then a boy be- stecn and seventeen, tired life, I asked and procured If aad frtels3tYoyee Hall, x. T. X Greene, eommaiid- irlgMo, a two week's fur- Oqx command was sup- he monnted light infan- honi horses.) We drew l.-jeelfjif rations, it being billon of com ead&—the ary being at the titoe well [ed_our usual rations being .Aftwrdrawing our corn, we to mSS witlk it. The mill for one of those old a post, which was tt up when the Army moved, camping, all we had to rus t dig a hole, insert the * and the army mill for a thoua- br twelve hundred men was y for use. The patrons had wait their turn, six, en or hours — a UK Tusp*. mmhm ■Mr -jlpl - n ':n BBS Ifea - . mm* ■ HI wondeopfal appetizer after a long day's march—then apply the motive power—hand and arms—and we had wherewith to make bread, better known at the time as wat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 20 August 1873

Sjjgpai IfTTT'iii ' Vat iHTT itTTwitrT bHIH^SI . . teJSMSfiilii - W> S * -v. ' ■■ iKs imM mm mm. I mi ' '*". tv ":-~: *VS •f# SI [M Hi afcSsRSjS .:-r. •;: I* ' :s:;" m ~L ' <|«QH3 - • 'if -• - ■ • -<* - U ! - Iw ^ fth ■ WW5'- aa 297. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20. i. . ,:i S8[ja ;~ ais . PRICE, FI «- ~, y j LCURT T. H. BAKER, . .. Ilpplpfe ■ *?§| S8* jf: .T. H. BAKES, J. H. WILSON. K. R. C8IHBOIOOOB, sSSBI.'tai i) AHiI JOSODBI, IkM CA1LY. i mo. a «lti8W|a 8ei oaooo x « X Of Dally Aii srtictes for publication should be addressed tsfte Ssstioa Kanrar. All Adrertiseai-EU sad Goaamataettoas on business sfaosld h« addressed to the Bn sinew trigs these rales will Insure prea^tnea m& {wteot swon tad Mara. t « SiOO A. *. Mfl MO I F. SKtfM at 040 a.m. Mcndsy iwday tad naaf. otesesat <40 a m. Wsdnes- i «jo*. m. Saturday. tTrf e.v. and 5 n. .Jentrsl JUO eioeea at0:30 a. m. tad 4:« r. a. Kcctfeeta MsS depart# a* #30 P.M. Tiitwmtlniul > Quaff 3:00 4. x. AUTH^aie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 20 August 1873

m DAILY mercury wmtSESBAY - • AUGUST 20,1813, Emdi&g Matter on every Page. n. K, Wednesday, sharp 8 p. m. ual attendance, By Order. We are under obligations to E. L. v^tone, Esq., President of Bay nn*% for an invitation to attend a Tifchf ce, in Galveston Bay •xy The race ia a challenge oae, the Bay Club having ehal fen fed Captain Dignan, the own- er of the Magic, and' the winner oi the challenge cup of 1873. We regret our inability to be present I Postal Appointment.—The 3\\sfcmasfcer General has ordered the appointment of William B. Johnson as Postmaster at Hills- borough, in the county of Hill, in tills State, in place of Miss L. E. ' Swain, resigned. uub Indus Prisoners.—A dispatch from Hnntsvffle an- nounces that Santanta and Big Tree have been handed over to the United States authorities. This is startling news, coming as it does on the eve of the nomina- tkm of Go-ll Davis by the Dallas Convention. TtiB DEATH KNELL Of THE RAD- ICALS IH TEXAS. Our special dispatches from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 20 August 1873

19.1873. hereby aaaoaace myaeif *a a candidate he offico of Sheriff of Harris county, to the Democratic Nominating Coo- OoBnsuca M. Nobis. A. Habkuex, oi Hockley, for Sheriff of Harris county. is a i for the office of Harris County, subject to the iination at the Democratic Convention. H him aa PiTKR Flgeck aonconce candidate for Sheriff of and win giro him a tiuani- for Sheriff of to decision of the We oar fellow ritisen, T. U. itsble jrentleman to fill the iia aitttiye of the county and favorably known. many friends. By Order. a large and airy office can be accommodated by application at the Bed Store, 91 Main street A visit to Dr. Perl's Turkish Baths, where a good fash may be had. gives the visitor a fresh bill of health. A clean man rarely feels mean. Dirt incrusts the bet- ter feelings and prevents the natu- ral flow of the finer sensibilities. A few choice half Durham cows with yonng calves/ may be seen (for a few tlays) at/the residence of Mr. W. Wirt/rffliftms, near the Fai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 20 August 1873

HsH mssm an WM DrfaprttBjPr®^. . IKi thou did abed "• ifc-S ■m. KSiiig the daad; since thon'st fled, r beauteous pearl. 1 Pearl, , serene. til mien, ! were ere* bright, 'sight, ' 1 pearl. 1 with delight, makes aphis Jewels rHM&t r prigM%'. teous pearl, ath Is given, "our path has darker grown. hearts has riven, the crown of heaven, ourbeauteoua pearl our beauteous pearl, 1 and yearning ]_ pass to thy] ; and golden hair, • angel sisters fair, Margaret, our beauteous pearl. The Cost of a Lunch. SSJo- mm. BY MBS. WILLIAMS. "Is Mrs. OTrantoinf I ask* , I stepped to the door and ptill< 8 beli. -1 li Yes, but you caa not see her," it, who responded call. ' not 1" HPMHP is never too much engaged to see me w and I walked in. I proceeded to the kitchen where I was pretty sure that I would find ^ -to her elbows in wrists in grease, work as usual," at work than you ng, see this is wash- and i? I don't help the she can not get through 1 work. I can not aflord > but one servant, and, o...

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