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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

weent struggle between the Jopio of im r1 Btnr nl of tl10 money power another desperate Z ninny way the same antagonists tcr between took place s ° c Mxr Jcaro nK ° nrse the battle wns on a much of r scalctho population our r being then n liltle over revenue was 1cm than while our 1000 a Jcar Instead of running ninlrcd of millions as at present ibo force Of plutocracy instead ot a multitude of great corporations atcs and Unw f finance were concentrated in one great instltu Tlio Bank of tho United States Its central bank in rliihnlelphla its twentyfive branehes over tho tt main iesuo was the same as the deslro of the financiers to ict the volume of specie of pri maW f < r < nlt0 ot Inflating of i it > er money based On debt scheme was to produce what tlio power demands now an elastic one that can lie undemocnit v 1 know letter what is good for the y than the mmy themselves bid means he and his Mipportcrs are 1 their but to disrupt tho party to in they owe their political cxi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

1 fll Hi I MP If 1 f V v THE GLUB The Happykammers are the yoang peo Dear Happybammers Oar dnb tree is the Ilr oak It won in th contest by hariag 78 Totes to 1527 caet for land when the result of onr contest a I known aod perhaps many dlarp intd members And yt c ae sb ud r r < t the revolt even if thur faront < 1 not wn We c rt a y have a tre of Brfcich eTery txclwr can be proid Th oak i typi > l etrrartb aad we sho d al strive str g a of s < ul of mnd and of Tl < oik Ihrots u > < trag bra 2i w a en STor f si i > thers to k p th m a of onr dub for here in tnoth os ia thi world fer a band redy t 1 b m jxer hapiriaeeii when aad whertr p 1 fiMe Another thing i j faTor of ti ost and wLich will f > t b said of th arg xojj i that it > fornd in ell T rt f tits foantry A the Happyh uaef are ecatterwi all orr the laid f ensrse well to bare a tre w th wb r al are familiar Our dab 8o > r at tjrd are knows ererywber and cjw tlis un thior can b said of the Hst py...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

hades i Mill a yard Mnch AllWool Novelty Suiting t Be Is now ISc a yard Brllllnntlne S pieces Figured te now 33c a yard 10PIECES LIGHT BROWN AbWVUOli iEROESold at 40c Clearing Salo Prlco Sc a yanl Blnch French Serge sold at 5Sc now 5c a ard 45Inch French Surah Serge sold at 9c now 42c lnch French Serge sold at 73c now Sc yard 45lnoh French Waterproof Serge our 100 quality Clearing Sale Frlco CUc yard 4Slncll French Waterproof Serge our 1S quality Clearing Salo Prlco S5c a ard EOlnch Navy Bluo Clay Worsted ant TideWidth Serge tho cry thing for allor Made Suits or Shirts sold at 175 yard to Close Jl S3 a yard 5 riBCES SSINOII IinNRIHTTA INTER AND SPIUNO SHADES 35c luallty Clearing Sale Prlco IDc a jard SS1NCH BRIMJANTINU IN NAVY 1UOWN AND OAItNET Sold at 40c to lose at Me a yard 25 pieces Single Width Cashmere to lose at 7c a yard 40Inch Sllkrinlsh Henrietta Including Spring Shade sold at we Clearing Salo rice 42c a jard 48Inch Silk Finish Henrietta sold at 3c Clearing Sale Trloc ESc ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

Trundle Ifoiipn In the HlrrrtaT lr Iiibiiiicbrre Hay Bo Thero 13 no rtposo In the modern woman Sho must con tntly hovo womcthlng tier Nil i if Wfo rm P i ii M Newest Fads in My Ladys Stationery THE MOST POPULAR TINTS It All the Mmlm Aro Sliletl ril loneil K In Id ii Iroltj IVnny to Ill III 11 Mliliiinei Illll NrW YORK Tan aThere nre fash Ions In Rtntlonrt n In etcrithlng l > e those Uiivh nml tliti fashions chnng with the popularity of ilorli nolle Phil Ile changea ore retglouHl observed I15 tho swagger woman goon without wis lifr Ccnm white heavy llriun piper fitted In qtinro envelope < ict ivo slue Is Mi rigour for all formal correspondene howovtr in 1115 tint of paper nni also chosen RoliInH oggb 1iii > mid Blhor rin > aro vtry popular tvllli Invt inter enft 11 u lalt anil iilnlitl hate their voturlts A umallir nut tluui the 01 lao In elnilliu coloi iml quality nuim for notn iipi All formul Imitations Tor weddlnifr nml rcreiitloiiH cllnnoi nml immi inula pdiould li en...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

n QOCIETYS lint nil Items Invlta ltUo focloty columns should liVird to Foiiety iJHor Houston avenue should bo sign < M Walker nnl nldrcra of tlio wmlfr i lth name li fiould reach the nbovo address not rrlduy afternoon r than hut nn cANT adviihtisi ihvslclan slls I his office chair Ei broods on his face a look of t lllc tie groans nntl walls iiml tears ut hHha i nl alas and alack he cries i iJlv froa and fortune would both nrls old Ethics would let mo advertise last a biJBht thought comes Into his l must try that old racket Us I worked 0 K once and Ill work It ajaln The ivll < i of wrote hah a pago on Id tlci e of a man who shallowed a I pjon and a knife but got stuck stork on nor he cured on Irhnrudent fellow nr Ilowed tntlro a gingham umbrella Jroueht 11 Intact from the puttcnts patella nemepipers all extended their thanks owned accounts at tho various banks Id Mllfl I1 ethics nnd taught nil the cranks ciemst am DlUBlsti A MAdMnCTNT apiaiii Ytie molt brilliant sochl eciit of ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

m S v I A il WTTSTtlrd Vice President i > fc i ii II i A m i c a > I hi ff 5 1 1 4 M m I 3 LSWELERS KATIONAL 0FFJCERS1SK3S MwiMent John A Lee St Louis Becretur awl Treasurer L C Cardinal Montgomery Ala Fourth Vice President C TV Jacobs Nashville Tcnn Fifth Vice President Geo S Burcrtard Little Rock Ark JJATIONAL BOARD OP DIRECTORS W A Klrscboff St Iouls Wo C H Wickard St Louis Mo Geo B Heckel St Louis Mo- N E Hughes Memphis Tena John 3 Knlyht Dallas Texas Carl 11 Aldrlch Peoria 111 CHAIRMEN NATIONAL COMMITTEES Railroad Nell McCouIl Chicago Hotel Bea HoSiaaoa Lafayette Ind Legislative J 8 Harwood Richmond Va PressJ 51 BerJsh Houston Texas Employment J C Simerlns Baltimore lid CHAPLAIN Her Alonzo Monk Macon Ga ATTORNET Harry T Kent St Lool Mo National Headquarters Oriel Building 6t Louis Rooms 5M XC and 334 The Sixth Afmital Convention meets In Terre Haute Ind STATE OFFICERS TEXAS IKCS1 State Headquarters Drlsklll Hotel Austin President Joe O Booth Austin First Vice President Ha...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

W ETH Tua Monday ami Tucslay vTnwlh Otis on nl rt Wednesday and Th STSimtwd Thurlay tho p 1 wck had sufficient uriety In theatrics lies Pi80 Mml of latroM Mr to klnners fngagement from a business Midpoint could not have very pro itabla with only no3cr > lo imlrcmusc accomplished Botor but nnt a It Is an by any means anil frpm n histrionic jjtistlc standpoint the engagement but a llttlo more satisfactory than on as to business side Donnelly and Glrurd are ony gool comedians but I hey havo comjnry and they are out ck igood uslvely to ral o a laugh and they do It l hey had a paoKed hou o and sent everv lody awny feelln r tllev hnd taken a feasant tonic Tho Old Homesead Is picture of Now Unitland rural familiar ife very finely put on by the company with a Rood Uncle Josh iml n charge njoyed successful engagement Th a noek tli aie but two attractions booked Sitvli > l or Wednesday nnl Thursday venloxs anrt Tho rny J1al 1 rid iy night nWelv different Indeed but both aJculated 0 Plea...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

I I 5fW < i 4t y b ms S wort or less S3 cr xaore t aaa 2 about th < picture M w > 1 mms < VFf1 y JVemtiA KED BEAK CYPRESS paw OsUofi datsrnsi HI 3 MtOkBon Cistern 1JW eg O liott ICitSteiaS a C4 SSQUCB Cl tfTC M Oauoa Cmcraa I w W msks ovtr S dlereat sum C a < rtt Bat mailed on sppllextvon HOUSTON CTPRES3 CISTERN CO r ro uil Factory l ot of Mala 8tret lMIM Tc ML lkoae 5S5 fe SB a WANTS POST 18 TltE CHEAT WANT MEDIUM Or TEXAS Tea charge Icr other Waats is al and aes aa If you want aayt Ad la the Cheap Cousin of Tie Post ari are to ret U or you Ejr eiu > Is Vaac lbs case BOOMS JOS BENT f boarding r mal estate for sale fecial notices s business chances < pb11sonals stolen strayed eost focsd rTUATiONS WANTED WANTLD TO TRADE BIDS AND PROrOSAiA frofessionai bargains partners wanted wanted to rent wanted bidp Wanted to bct information wanted help wanted Tie Pert Je tie frit e ol ta roar tas aeeer aa rsjltsta a rerst rat f MtaaUans watet5 cf tweatyv oris ar leva three ti...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

s SLlfttOUS fyJORLP VIKTUH Vff ntl esper for your anln iv oul > our vnluo finds T X brlcily paths or pain Sh cri h w l wit t of love Ml ° tha human race lMent to 1 ukBtheeplrlt host above EriJi LJlnB Ood Is sweetest Brace willjam Orunton TUB NKW YEAR tir Tork Hcrild > jtj pcnd our ycaia ns a talc that Is jllrfalma xc 9 Custom has made certain reasons sg Bcsnt and Impressive In themselves II days aro alike and differ no m ire > in w many blades of crass They are lectured by sunshine or rain by li at cold but the r ciirring season bears close resemblance to each other from ntury to century The suns chirlot driven along tin higher way In sum r Tihlln In winter It sumps near r t horizon A kind of solemn monotony iarks the passage of lime and but for he association connected with each d ly ould be like every othr of Its kind It has however ben the habit of in n zom time immemoi Inl from as far back s hlitory cm send Us glance to Bt part a few days In the yntrs nKKietrit > >...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 5 January 1896

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 6 January 1896

he light d j Me IfflM Placo Will Always Bring Results Post Want columni art read ana fed people and Iran by more r lev other paper In the State iSiri noiSal for II except sltua CTsnted which ar free tmt T1FE Imported Sardines decor iS kny openers tins SPARAQU3 TIPS3 lb cans 2 dor In GLASS WASHBOARD3 NoIcofrMl do not tear clothes CIGARS Londres BELMONT Koy l VLon < lres rln03 E1 Commerclo pinCHLlOIlT CIGARS Splondld Be i IIJIINUM LEAD PENCILSNont nnd hwdwme useful and durable novelty HOUSTON TEXAS JOW IN STORE Jew York Seed Potatoes in 12peck barrels EJfNESSKE TltlUMlIJ POTATOES in 100 pound sacks WRITE US FOR PRICES r H THOMPSON CO HOUSTOCT TEXAS or From now on through the winter I of er larre quantities of choice lowers specially Msrechal Nelll Brides and IrHeanialds Roses Lily of tho Valley loleti and Panstcs Also White Flowers and Artistic Floral York WHITAKER florist No M3 Tiavls Street Houston P SHEARN Dealer In Seed Oats Millot Seed Sorghum Seeds Seed Corn Oats Bran Hay and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 6 January 1896

R < < AM Aunt Sevcrla Good gracious and In a cold concertroom too Dorothy Oh thats all rlgl bluih ao that the temperature i The Major Wonnd Tee gentlemen sail Major the prominent cltlxens who Bat boxes and on the counter at J Buckwheats store Rickettf Roads I can say that Ive ie > deal of service Tour cork lee and that em how that replied Abncr O encouragingly i > gentlemen that leg I 1 Vlcksburg and this arm I lot battle Celd or Gettysburg James Langshaw pricked up at tits He was the schoolf Rlcketts Cross Rnad and h < good deal about history He in the neighborhood less than t and he did not know the Major but he asked You were In Grants arn Vlcksburg I suppose Major Yes sir As I said before i leg in the operation there A t non ball took It off on the d vlcksburg surrendered Tho surrender occurred or ISO I belle e Major J < That was the date sir I t was a happy Fourth of July Jn eral army It I m not mistaken Majoi tie of Gettysburg a as fought a three daa of Jufy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 6 January 1896

rAlLHOAD TIME TABLE aim > Ccntal Wcst lrxai a K > > Houston TI1UBa Im WnttrnatlonA Md Great on then r nnd r n n CBton Houston or ihnd and VcUsco orui ami1i Columbia endcrson foot ot con < he Inlf r n Missouri m Trains on tho 8S Vffi TcxJS wo ho Katy depot J1 av esto La Forte and Houston > Pm tft nio pm Arrive Austin Branch 110 pm SMpm Arrive ioalhcrn Fnclflc gn Antonio Trains 6 so m Arrive 11 1 r in J 05 am Arrive Pm New Orleans Trains km m I Arrive am 152 Sm Arrlv UW P m Victoria Trains 445 pm ve 9 25 am I Arrlv Missouri Knusns nurt Texas CrS lCm City and 8 i L S3 Sp JIUrrfvSCpS Fe naif Colorndo mid Santa Main Line Arrive > am J5 am iJiJ tio P in Arrlv J P m av Galveston Tiatns Arrive 800 ara J ID am J Arrive S J5 pm Arttve 1 m P 11 eivefi rn Arrive 11 4 Pm W trains leave the Santa re depot IB klnuW later and arrlv at tliat depot 13 IS 5rt Own the ovtlm or ovK SSrMuAllUVd tit K SSrMuAl cit Norther St Louis Trains S 0 am iv 11 a m I Arrive 51m 25 pm I Arrive 12 40 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 6 January 1896

11 A i V 8 Jffl i ia 3f Id Aunt Sevcrla Oood gracloi and In a cold eoncortroom tix Dorothy Oh thats all rl Mush so that the temperature The Majors Wound Tee gentlemen sail Majo tho prominent citizens who sa boxes and on the counter at Buckwheats store Itlcket Roads 1 can say t iat Ive 8 deal of service Your cork leg and that en show that replied Abner encouragingly rV sentlemcn that leg I yfeksburg and this arm I 1 Battle field of Geltssburg James Eangshaw pricked u this lie was the schoo Rlcketts Cross Roads and 1 good deal about history He In the neighborhood less than and he did not know the Jlajoi but he asked Yo u wcro ln Grants ar vlcksburg I suppose Major yes sir As I said before leg In the operations there A- non ball took It oft on the Vicksburg surrendered The surrender occurred e ISM I believe Major That was the date clr I was a happy Fourth of July 1 eral army il na not mistaken 3IaJ > tin of Gettysburg was fought three days ot July of the same l ou are right again va...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 6 January 1896

Hi SXAS AHP TGXANS SOCIALLY AND PERSONALLY PALESTINE so 1W5 nt the suburban home c mber dnughtei l eiitet t i5a he Self Culture SSo ot thoso 1 J d > 3 TnnvbicKer president of tlio club Wfitollw callea the roll lMCSresponded by ropljliiB to bo a nan fesUon d you rather tlio first to re rnnybacker was lr or Prclerr lnB riving as H rM n d that she might own her bV man shoe tho laceat her throat grta countIw mc w i r Mrs How v ioihine bit nir names stilts when little gill slked on the freedom of men and he houBht Ttafttld thit she was glad that woman for she believes woman her than unso uccau8 tho 8lvlor ch0W f0r his mother ir m1Gouid preferred to bo a woman hit could weai tho pretty laces ribbons and all the pretty things m on would llko to bo a mar i ouiaVlllnBy bo a tramp so that l mS travel n Peifect freedom with 1 Untnns Klndiances Sni > Msfed with being n itn becnufo she thought ench of Gods Sot creation Mi work grow better rwoman was tho last expressed them nt the geiillemc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 6 January 1896

Aunt Severla Good pro clou and In a cold concertroom to < Dorothy Oh thats all rl Muih o that the temperature The Majors Won ml Tee gentlemen said Majo the prominent citizens who sa boxes and on the counter at Buckwheats store Rlckot Hoads I can Ray that Ive deal of service > Your cork leg and that en how that replied Abncr encouragingly Yen Bentlemen that leg I Vlcksburg and this arm I li battle Held of Gettysburg j James lmssluw pricked ui at this lie was the school nicketts Cross Hoods and 1 pood deal about history Ha In the neighborhood less than and he did not know the Majoi but he asked s You wcro In Grants at Vlcksburg 1 suppose Major Yes sir An I said before leg In the operations there A- non ball took It off on the > Vlcksburg surrendered Tho surrender occurred o 18G3 1 believe Major t That nns the date nlr It was a happy Fourth of July J cral army It I am not mistaken MaJ tie of Gettysburg was fought threo daya of July of the same You aio right again young piled t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 6 January 1896

liv KSW n SS of Cistern on r BU en Cistern 24 7 itoo Ten WANTS GREAT WANT tnqT 19 THE MEDIUM OK TUAA8 l rhiKB for other Wants f si L nmin l and If you want anything JW tho Cheap Column of The Post i to got It tor you Especially u n i the case TMT 30Mb 10 HLNT AlVSf ATD FOR BAL1B MMAL NOTICES 81NESS CHANCES S ENsTnATnD A TaTK s WANTED > VT1 n TO TRADE a ANPmOW > BALa IDS nOFEfcttONAL of the Door and TKTit Is the friend Y publlhes advertisement for l < Kw3 wanted of twenlyflve words time free or less irords than S5 r more 31 r more than nore than SS u r lets pro rata I 1 Itlme 3 I 1 I I tma wklmo I I 251 SOJl UO So 70 1 40 46 SO I 80 M SI 00 2 00 St 001 2 001 4 Mi st co G 60 7 10 8 00 It 00 JierHeri snould remcmtier that let univ aro not de atrectirt to Initials A through thVpostofflce If Initials fi noil1 I directed to the d the firm or postofflco of eome person cun he left at our m Advertisements c or tert thiouRh the mall to Houston Texas E POST rr rANSWKR to advertisement...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 6 January 1896

SfF ft I < j 1 it 3 rrp m 0 m Aunt Severla Good graelou and In a cold concertroom to < DorothyOb thats all rlj blush o that the temperature The Mnjora TVountl Tee gentlemen said Majo tho prominent citizens who sa boxes and on the counter at Buckwheats store HScket Roads I can say that Ive a deal o service Tour cork lee and that en ehow that replied Abner encouragingly Yes gentlemen that leg I Vlcksburg and this arm I li battle field of Gettysburg James Langshaw pricked uj at this He was the school Rlcketts Cross Roads and 1 food deal about history lie in the neighborhood less than and he did not know the Majol but he asked You wero In Grants ar Vlcksburg 1 suppose Major Yes sir As I said before leg In the operations there A- non ball took it oft on the J Vlcksburg surrendered The surrender occurred o ISO 1 believe Major That was the date elr I was a happy Fourth of July J eral army l- It I am not mistaken Majf tie of Gettysburg was fought i three days of July of the same You a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Daily Post — 7 January 1896

He In the Right kace > loht Will Always Bring Jf Results id n Polls Want column are read ano iMd by m < P opl and firms In the Bute W eher Pper nominal for all except altua JTUlei which are free unit LIFE Imported Sardines decor led tins key openers lb 2 doz In pAllAOUS TIFS3 cans iinvQrAt WASHBOARDS GLASS Kloncorroilve do not tear clothes fcr nELMONT CIGAnS Londrcs Finos El Commcrclo KcVaiesV Londres CIGARSSplendld So VARCHUOIIT mtTVUM LEAD FENCILSNont and Mufiwmf useful and durablo novelty HOUSTON TEXAS ROOFING AND BRIGHT URGPST AND nrST ASSORTMENT IN THE SOUTHWEST EDEN CO Ity Office 1011 Franklin avenue Tele phono 1T0 IOW IN STORE Jew York Seed Potatoes in 12pqck barrels ennessee Triumph Potatoes in 100 pound sacks WRITE US FOR PRICES H THOMPSON Si CO HOUSTOW TEXAS Q or Prom now on through tho winter I of n ° W S ee h a anS 1 8an d fMt Whlt0 rioncrs and Artistic Floral WHITAKER lariat No m Tiavls Street Houston P SHEARN Dealer In 4 Oats Millet Seed Sorhum Sleds Seed Corn Oa...

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