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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 21 August 1873

« —*• =i -Ifc^*- ^ .<' £-£- ** -vf f~> 1 S -®SG ■ '-«*■*" '--" ~>.^-ac"r "i. **' ^t^SnmHBB Houston, Texas. Thursday morning, august 21,1873. PRICE, FIVE I proprietor . ■ I EDITORS: j. iri. bahbb. j. a. wiL8Q>r. «. K. CHEBSBOBOCGBt Rates of Subscription: CiiU MEBCUBT, On* Tear « IULY XSBOUBY, Six Montb*....^ MM OAIES MKfiOUBF, Three Months. £>AJL7 KKECUBY, One Month.. WSESLY MERCCBY. One Year,. Rates af AdrertisiaK. 5 2 W 1 00 S 30 daily. O*ki*OB. |M, aiSnofl Simj*ifCM.jU 9i| uoo paooiW oojl 80 00 Daily and Weekly X ther day X other re tea. on Daily rate®. Every ofDailyratea- Weekly X of Dally All articles for publication, should be addressed toifeaHoaatonMsbcort. '?] j: ft? All Advertisements and Communication* on hn.iTvwia should be addreaeed to the Business fy^,r.i{«Twv. with these roles will insure promptness «4 preveat errors and delays. - 1 m # aad Ofpartan afBalta Mail *rriT«s atS.-OC a. *. Mid 5:60 r. t£- doses at BH a. *. asd 6:80 strives at 8:00 a. u. Monday ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 21 August 1873

wmmmmmm \-; ■ . \ amsmmm Wm y DAILY MERGURY y - - august 21, 1873. " 1 ^ Ma tter m every Page* s-m dallas cosykmion. « As wo predicted ia our issue of ychlerfay,; ^he Convention did nate a colored man for lieatimmiFBwrernor, and it did Bonilaate E. J. Davis for the first State. This is a part of the programme which trill be. carried oat to the letter, l^e men who have countenanced the atkra of E. J. Davis by their presence at tliis Convention, will !*avo the gratification of knowing tii.it they have killed Republican- Ism in (Texas for the next four years. Who ever heard of any of our former Governors attending a nominating Convention, when he was a candidate for re-election? Why, the very* idea is abhorent to the feelings of any gentleman of , re&tTenventv 4No man who treas- ures his good name or desires fellow-citizens sid debase himself by such an aefe Have we Mien so low in the scale of morality, that a man ling in Ms hand the patronage of the man who oc- eupigSk-tis'Selevat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 21 August 1873

-- .-* • - ' ' . : . . -«&-/ •' - -, • ■ -' - •• =■-■ lasted DAILY MERCURY THIHSDAT ,- AUGUST 21, 1873. s KMiPBBATCae—AVOCfJT 2«, 1873> raKES at a w, psacat & oa. jswbixbs. SI MAIS 8TB8BT. 5 o'clock. A. tt .. 140'eteek, M s o etook, P. M... « ,/ctack, P. M... Pahreah*it. W 1 rr gj p ca5d J©ATES. •- f .-; Fop Sheriff at Harris County. I hereby announce njyself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris county, subject to the Democrat* Nominating Con- vention. CoBXELita M. Noble. Jakes A. ILuanjera, of Hockley, is a c >ndidate lor Sheriff of Harriu county. K. K. Cuoate is a candidate for too office of Sheriff of Harris County, subject to the nomination of the Democratic Convention. The friends oi petbb Flokck announce bim as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, and will give him a unani- mous support. Sax s. *«ct is a candidate for Sheriff oi Harris county, subject Jo decision of the County Democratic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 21 August 1873

jfefjpbs - - i BYtKEO, F. ADAMS. disimtches from Spain ot accounts of the opera- fthe Cariiste: enconraged disturbed state of the coun- the adherents of Don Carlos yet another exertion * ©f his this the I * les politics, and partly ■I of HW and si Bof wm . the is and of it will enable one more clearly the situation in Spain. v Don Carlos the first—for there three pretenders of this ■was the second son of IV., the ruler of Spain 17S9 to 1S0S: Born in 1788, through the exciting pe- of the Peninsular war, saw and brother driven from throne by the ambition of shared their exile and and finally at the resto- in 1814 retained to his na- and resided at the court elder brother Ferdinand Spain after the restoration not the old Spain of ante- ?Tfi,fif4eomc times; revolutionary had crossed the Pyrenees root in the Peninsula. Of the King and the Lseqpent upon Napo- Taaion hhd assisted the de- liberal principles, on his retani to his do- apcedily made aware It was demanded rule according to of 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 22 August 1873

m is • ■ *: " • ' TEXAS. FRIDAY,, MORNING,, AUGUST VOL. V.-NO. 22, 1873. PRICE, FIYE CENTS, .j Galveston Advertisements. J. H.JBAEERi^ EDITORS: H* I •i'-11 j. 31. baksr *. B. CBS*i§ DAILY j.ja. wilson. n if jafgyt r.O I«. DAILY MBBCCRT, Six SteJ^UU Ti DAILI MEBGURT, Three Months. 2 78 DAILT MSBOUBY, One MoAtttilr. 100 webelt maciusv, o*«. iw;—**** .* eo tw Wfr-SSS other rates. All artielss for publication should be sddreSWed to tke Houston Hxscxna itftvi All AdvertUraaaut® and OonjmnaV^rioi Comma business shouM be IMrtaaeft^ tkeV W1U iw on Cwnpliaacs insure delays. Arrival «d ^wS*W ; 9ri swBaueMrf^««ie.-ooA. .M fi4t«op. e. tioosaat 6*0 a. *r>0« nlMt'n Ife* Ori*B« SIiH.de#* rt'iKWA K. WaAttif- day aad jWBWh aa* «: «. W/lhtSTdsy,, fit/ t TaJO *. M. find 5 i. *, M, oept •4 8:35 i. *. «nd 4-16 P. X. I* Ami BortheraMail wM<A " iStotioatl ft ami NitfittA **fl f 8:00 a. a, All Mails ctoM si to* Batistas FostoOoe Ore* quarters of an Agzst rott ths stat*.—Ifr. A. W. Spen- cer is our Ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 22 August 1873

SSI m MERCURY « AUGUST 23, 1873. and to :W lie is one Biding Matter on every Page. ftp REPUBLIC1S ticket a3d PLATFORM. ... i The ticket yesterday published as, and somitiated at Dallas, is leeted by the Bepnblican party, weak only in the most impor- tant place—the lead. Bob Baylor, as he is familiarly termed, is a sterling, staunch, un- compromising Republican of the school Opposed to car j to trades in politics, ■ not straightfo.- y, an eloquent r, a distinguished i thorough statesman, of the best canvas- sers and stump speakers in the State. His nomination for Utvtitenaa t- Governor was excel- lent, and if it had been forf^jv- ?rnor, the ticket would be ai^cast twenty thousand stronger than it now is. •• The candidate for Comptroller, J W. Thomas, editor of the Mc- Kiaaey Messenger, is a good one, as is that of Gen. A. T. Monroe, for the Treasurer's office; while the nomination of the old Bepub- iiean veteran, the incorraptible and traterrified, Gen. A. B. Nor- ton, for Saperinten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 22 August 1873

% gSSps 18s? Bipjp8^ FKIBAY XE « 22, I8T3. taxes at a *. mo « MAIM S o'clock, a. x 11 o'clock, m.... * o'clock, F, K. si, uit3. rasa, jtwejces. it 73 ... Mil . I ** ' 5 OMM, !■, S... - ♦ vokxk, f.m... • ® CANDIDATES. ^ ^ For Sheriff of Imfl Cowsty. for the'cffica1 of0^^9^Harris county, subject to the Democratic Nominating1 Coo- rention. Oorseubs m. STobib. ■ * ■ j* '• j£ Jams A. hajcxudk, of Hacktej, fe a ofididatc fcr Sheriff of Harris county, ^ X. E. Choate is a candidate for the ofice of Sheriff of Harris County, subject to the nominstion of tile Democratic Convent!®*. — The friends ot Peter fumes, announce him aa a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, and will give him a unani- mous support. Sam St abe* is a candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, subject to decision of tjje County Domocratjc Ctoventioe. Wa announce enrr fellow citizen, T. C. lobboce, 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 — 22 August 1873

ly mercury HOBROB, Yanug lady and a Texan Ssgee, Distinguish Slp^ - Theiastlves. : #WsMalied yesterday aa ac coaut of fee railroad accident on the Chicago and Alton Bailroad, Cot. J. G. Tracy and hi^daughter were on the wrecked train, and STATSaDSNT OF tXkVT. TUNSTALL, -s liic-h we co v from the St. Louis 0fc6e oC the 20th: §£■ -Mv. Oapt. Biehard J. Tunstall, who is on the Chicago and Alton train which met the disaster on Saturday night, reached here yes- kindly made to a Globe representative, in sub- btancc, the following statement, fiosa which it will he observed that he was in rare good lnck in escap- i scathed. The Captain's ac- count is exceedingly interesting: I left Chicago on 9 p. m. train rui Satarday night, having first se- cured my sleeping car. tickets in tLe morning. Upon arrival at the tk-jjot I fomid'that my name had beeii erased from the conductor's card and that only one sleeping ear was on the train, although tickets had been sold for walked forward after the train...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 23 August 1873

I . / ••• ^ ifpcfg ■- maybe a few others, they are op^psed to any reconciliation or reorganization? because such they think, would reduce K E R, jr. H. WILSON. ifii i \. . _ HOUSTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23. 1873 ^Tukiin'J!:nla J inw nMiffljirnrr I i r DAILY ! i, Three Kmtth....... j f® r$F- nof iaora forever. r; ooo Kaotfc... j pointed1 marplots^ a «*«■** :• i *«• ^g^Wasseml ;s rJr &•/ —* *■* —*«• 00 <13 00-$80 burnt) iMMl.lt. ** iK4j SI; autre a 9K *. x. Mpatfy i 1.8:80 *. K. Saturday, a* 9:80 *. K. mad <:l| . W: I fP -jfr. j. w:; for fie Stt Hbrteei*awe*<< naifcs contacts and receipt bOl^ 21ST! t will be approved by the pnprietof; Kirklu out course tending upon the proprietor. Totsb Public.—Mr. G. X. Wright f agent of this paper. Hi iw and other cities w the , and its friends vriH pQa& ez- i Oe usual courtesies, far which we fJttAC viwo SeWMBb & l'«. .-i: . 1 Valparaiso, Ind., Ang. kfca Editors He a general disgust i enters my mind; bat; have, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 23 August 1873

MM hp 11 4Sa DAILY MERCURY &tmDAiW^ - AUGUST 33,1873. Matter on every Page. PROTECT HOSE MDUSTBIES-TflE mrff OF DUE CITY COUNCIL. many years to come Hons oolc lac fae%greatest in- come i5rom mAjrufactares, mid the possessed by her as lim railroad ceatee of Texas. M present the workshops of ^1§B% Figgis & Simpson^ Win. & Co., Lord & Richardson, A, McGowan, Peregoy, the City iSj and a few other establish- - meats, are lading the foundation for the future greatness of our city. l%e disadvantages under which as a scarcity of mechanics, material, and the high price of labor, all com- bine to discourage these gentle- men in their efforts. No r is this aJL The idle money lender who m naught for our city, is es- esspfe Qrom the onerous and bur- [ densome tax put upon manufac- | torers, so that we are indirectly ing a premiam to those who to build up oar city, those who are the archi- onr future prosperity and SS. . J";-". V ! -' This is all wrong. Let the last mill of tax be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 23 August 1873

% %' SATURDAY AUS-UST S3, 1813. ^ttKPKaATCaS-AfJtRGHSr J , MJW. tases *i c. w, pssc&r * oo., jsweibbs. 81 MAIS STREET. ' fah*eab«it. « 10'dsA.Si • o'eloet ,n.;.,t ,mw.. I hereby __ iWthe off ice at subject to the venison. as a erf Harris eoroty, Nomtaatag Con- " HOBt>. is a ?AJI£S A. the office of Sheriff of Harris CcuuJy, aubject to the nomination of Democratic Convention. The friends ot Pstr PwsgeE announce him as & suitable candidate ferf Sheriff of llarns Scanty, aad via give him a tinani- B8QU3 support. i n „ j Si* B. Ashs is a candidate for Sheriff of Harris counter, subject to decision of thfe >Ww?- ia a native of the county aad fev^^^aown. FRISK DS. For ComMUastettW oT ta Owwwd Ln4 krtteMaufju. Its undoubtedly an office which should beUBedby H eteetfeo ef me* gentleman learned in tbrfaw, and accustomed to court proceedings, ~ *u j - The city ofEeasten cannot afford tq( her ordinances leoeely administered," chfef judicial fMeer of her courts will not a© Hoa. Joe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 23 August 1873

I rr tCTJRY AH OiU PHAN ASYLUM OFFICIAL, tfg for Ladies. to Escape to Ea MBS. WILLIAMS. axe the great builders- re re, of the world, while __ the great destroyers. Meft make the rough places which over. Men make mend eaters cooks, f women women women them. MIS HORRIBLE clerical crimes. Dubuque, la., Aug. 19.—The steal- drink- money, . women and if "worse women oven know the name of, Men are more cruel by nature, less amiable, less obedient than women are. Men are selfish, women are ; men are self-indulgent, women are self- sacrificing; men arc inip&ticiitr women are enduring. J I In view of ail this they yet laud A/UUUIJUVJ Acuj Au0t AW. Herald of tins morning publishes a long account of what it charge-; terizes as the most horrible crime ^ that has come to bght in ^Sortifem Iowa. It says that rumors of it came to hand last week, but they were of so shocking a*nature that itdeclined to publish well authenticated, until it had sent a special reporter to the scene, who instituted ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 24 August 1873

I n m HOUSTON, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1873. PRICE, FIYE CENT£ J. II. BAKER, J. II. BAJ&gli. J, K. WILSOlSr. It. H. chk1sb9bovoh, BmiiiMi Manager. of Subscription : ti*.« twoo DATLY MEBOUBY, Bix Months 5* r.iiT.T mmgBT.Tbj 3ionttab«...... 1 t DAILY MSBCUBT, Om Month. 1 60 H to;-; * oo DAILY. l«Tao 1« Iwa. • ma.ltt iifieo^wr* $woo ssrwswu: wstv® AS article* ft* pMlv+tm slmW be addressed to thfi Houston JfinsctrBY. All Advertisement# *«1 Communication* on i fc« addressed to the Business p^sxJsaBassA^" ■ * i uiiv** at 9.-00 A. M. Mid S *0 p. K. I it C^IO a. K. and 6:80 p. a. {lev OriwMNaU strive# St 9:90 A. K. Monday asIfcOO r. *, Wataeaday Friday. Sew Orlauui Jfafl etoots at «:CO 4. *. Wednea- .la? aad rrlday.. and 530r. E. Saturday. OeotralHailarriTBaatTKJO *,*, a&d • a. a., ex, c*pt Monday. at 8;30 *. sc. a&d 4:13 . K. 350 .-*r- iMsU arrives at I it Great Northern Mail departs at fob ikk Stats.—Mr. A. W. Sjpen- for the make contact* and the IfcSCURY. Gexbral As...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 24 August 1873

.. - U¥^:>e2 T IT BY TELEGRAPH. == AUGUST 24, 187S. on every Page. eriSg picture of Dr. McBride, oar city in the interest of huzzianity, adorns the head of a «f advertiaemenU in Carl Schura's * paper, Ke cares cholera now in Tdahalf. < <. doubt a great fraud, and. this State* would be a eaudi- cf— i-j—* - « j/TG58m , this is a fraud. This iMIg* it saprises us to bat as that acquainted Ira, that may explain it alL IssiL Sm r# b I ■ESSs ['the ' is informed that if already received a copy of the can do aojsy application h has become 's organ we feel it bat it of ail farther by informing it that John ell. State Printer, fur- Galveston Kevss and Mercury with copies and we gave him therefor. When we re- ihe copy to which we are en- from the Secretary of State, credit him with haying ly hi# duty, for which he is well paid, while the advanced copy from the State Printer was a favor. mm Jay's Fun.—The Qalvesto- mm* have got np another picnic at BicMnson's Bayou. A prize of om htnxlr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 24 August 1873

. daily mercury SUNDAY AUGUST 24, im. UT8. TAEJEH iX aW, RHUT ft OOl, oocntr, I hereby ww for the office at subject to tbe Ji*S3 a. ff AHMBB, at fat Sheriff ot Harris < K. E. Gboami fa a cmSdftto lor tt office d Sheriff at Harria Cbrn^f, subject to the semination «t She Boajocrsiie Convention. friaads ot Pbtsb Ftoac* announce a suitable candidate lot Sherifl of «sd wfii giro Mm a unani- Sax&A#rafcaea iidstofcr Sheriff ot Harris county, subject to AteWde otf the We announce our fellow ciitasa, 9. U. Lubbocs, aa a suitable gentiman to iH the office of Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge h£EB our undivided snpoon. He a native and Bridge of the county and favdrri^known. PR132TDS. Reeding Matter on every Page. Carpets, oilcloth, matting, rags, shades, at all prices, at JHig & Goldman's. A fetliag Afliuj. A difficult oecnrred at one of our saloons this morning, between two and three o'clock^ in wteoli a printer and a physician were the participants. The printer ettt the physie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 24 August 1873

K# - • • ' s i soaset fade in giory in dim sad weary and rest: and happier hours brain, my boyish sh my bra Hived cot—the purling brook— ever greon, a of yore, etched in ; sheen. m ; a. & s >| and gentle voico again I time, o'er 3 • the throb- embrace, with joy • "round me; and thus, I years mature girc igice. nr. fesfe i||g> now silvered with the , Jars, p|amp and rosy are ■a— and nervously her , of golden promise, where her thoughts would ever torn; e pressed ma tighter in her arms and doss to hsr heart, on my lips awoke me i s start! W. wintry years, Iwithteera— Wmm He Han's SUrj. mm BY GRACE CHTJBCH. Angela" certainly de- name. Her face was i of an angel, "paseion- pare;" her complexion adiant whiteness} her ^were " j iashee; and the hair hidden away under her "* was of a rich golden and gentle in her the impress of deeply, bnt religion a balm fringed air that SM ! rKa lead a lazy life of those convent. They which con- .y-scholars. were accowpUshed ladies, and painting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 26 August 1873

Si# i: > - m w*m* Jifoiayj '. iiiiju .•ii ar. KM MilUJ 1^1 — —II— ii ma ii Hi i nsi *■ il; fiJoj &f i~N 'J v!•;); . ;!u lu,"! Htiifc StSBPMPR f' ii4 ,^,ii TOfc Mil assss MMnl 5gaaEa:t«8 '- « « |l Ii maim % AtMrtttbr. !«** Da*? rates." Weekly *i¥ -i - f'sw OrteaKS Stall sua moP. x.w«&ead^an#lH«*r. "I Sew esMSs H«ev c9Msa rtliaOO * i*.W«d - m* SWdar-i aM €:W*.«. S*to?« Q| ^ '' wpt Monday, raaga I - m OJ >«* At 8:30 4. ii". And 4 :16 lb a a« t ar<stii«T isau arm* *t sap*.*; 1 0i- 5?'r I IgterGaSonal * Great Northern Hall departs M- tf J t'laittttai r«r w or General Agmt for tS« Safe «/ GjanraAi Ages?.—ife&L S.-£*rk is fteaeral Afi&til far Lwummg iwd -_ fy*9£r4tM/>z thnmn, him. bu the —23 & -rjiirirr. - rn'-i -fiiii- '"*1 •'•tb ft r a r iti/fr>6w «®**^wSr TP*'** wp y* — ■*« a ■ - TUTUS PEaaa—df?-. O. R. .Wriyjtt sf tfe ^astiR#, ottidf ite^fentfe S ^ ^ "nntrcrf u,'Uf leili feel grateful. J«?W kUJ ■ '■„- " ' "^'T5 iSiKi a . ho& fey tl e IJecalw; batc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 26 August 1873

DAILY MERCTJRY TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1873. Reading Matter on every Page. Old Texan s will certainly all go for Davis in the coming election by way of gratitude. He has been going for them since 1861. Premature.—Houston has a journal called the Thieves' Own.— State Journal. ..... This is premature. We under- stand the paper is only out as yet vn prospectus, the editors being at present engaged on the State Journal They will be assisted by one Straader, a colored Radical, sentenced to the Penitentiary for live years and pardoned out in four weeks by Gov. Davis to act as first assistant. If taken by all the Journal's friends and sympathizers, the "Thieves? ChcvP will be wet patron- ized by chevaliers dUndu&trie. Happy as a Big Sun Flower. —On Saturday evening last, w;e met our distinguished friend, M. P. Hennesy, Esq., just returned from the Forth. , When we met him, he was in a double-seated buggy, which was full of the younger members of the house of Hennesy, and a happy, handsome ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 26 August 1873

in s BBS? . Klllitt : ■ S> mm AILY TUESDAY AUGUST 26, 18T3. iWjuTjPltlllll III £5, 18T3. TAKES AT C, ^t JBBCAY ft 00.. JBWELBBS. a MAIN SfSHff. '** t fliWM*"' e©-fltoei,A.K..„.. .^n P.M......— m _—.. t ii n i -I:' 2®f? j * For Sksttt of Harris ««■«. I hereby Bnnwmce roysrff as & candidate for file office of Sheriff <1 Harris osonty, subjectsothe E* ®ocnfiic Nominating* Ooe- yoatioc. COKKELTCS M. NotLS. Juim A. Haej?lxiv, of for Sheria of Harris i is a K. B, Ceoatk is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Hanss County, subject to the n.>aiaaik)o of the Bemoerstier CocTeetloa, 1> The frseskla of Pets® PtQECX annooace him as a suitable candidate for SberiiT of Harris county, and will give Km a unani- Sak S. Asrs is a candidate for Sheriff of Harris oounty, subject to decision ai tbe tSounty Democratic ft We aDDoaoce our fellow dttaeiv $. U. ■ the support. of the county and favorab^Jpom. FRIENDS. for- CommtaJowr of tfea Geaorsl *Jfp in auSbortoed to WHITFIELD, erf Lav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 26 August 1873

DAILY MERCURY ' ' -r - ff- _ ■■ RILEY, k C0HE5, L*te BOBTSOK * SEYMQUB. DAILY .AND WEEKL1 BOARD BY < WKHOUTtsODG Bov*ia toe day Ucited HARDWARE, STOTES, BY C. H. ST. JOHN". How Mttte y ken, Te women and men,— By courtesy atyied gentle readers,"— Of Sow much ycra owe To the noble Typo t «... * - And his army of folders and feeders 11 " Liaa,-# Of his Muses, hia Lovoa, and his Graces; But ah i he'd sing small, If he warbled at all, "Were it not for the chases and oases I lie writer of Whose beautiful < too, That The wonderful W< As a My, if nobody mate up '■M convey him, To the lesecm What a you owe i To the Printer, be certain—to pay him Thai Male. TOM CAXTON. Of course every one has a re- miniscence, and I've had one, and its lasted pretty well, in tact I can remember it jnst as easy as though that mnle and I had created that reminiscence but day before jes- fcerday. l'~; •1 • " ' ' ; I remember things that I'd like to forget. J' - For instance, I remember-the first hatchet...

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