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

- ' ' ■ O. 7. HOUSTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. DAIL" :CURY J, H. BAKER, pbopbxstob. EDITORS: J. H. BAKER. J. H. WILSON. wi R. OH ORouei Bates of Subscription; DAILY KJilCUm, One Tear *10 DO OAtLT MBBCURY.Bix Months.. 5 36 DAILY MEBOUBY, Three Months 8 7# DAILY MEBCUBE, Om Month.. 1 00 WEEKLY mercury, one Year soe * •-; i Saies of Advertising. DAILY, on H $5!>5 axos $14 00 l«MOS- <18 m$sa oo % 90 13X08 DaBjr widWeeki v X on D^ly ™t«- *rer7 other day X of Daily rates. Weekly X of Daily All articles Tor publication should be addressed t<> the Houston Hhhcusy. All Advertisements and Commoni cations on business should ho addressed to the Business Manager. /" * • Compliance with these rules will Insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. \r rival and b«partarf sfMaUs. iMveatoaMaU arri-TM at3;00i. X. and6:00 t. M. ■islveatea Mail closes at 6:00 a. m. and 6:80 t.M. ■ iS ; i < Orleans Mail arrives at 9:00 a. m. Monday sad S:00 s>...

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

DAILY lOURY saturday, SEPT. 13, 1813. Heading Matter m every Page. 3= UNCTTJAIJ. lOtia Xixst.. 7:30 Is- M-. AT THE XJBN, By Order political QUACKS ASD POLITI- CAL BOCTOBJS. : Polifcieaf doctors are generally quacks. They gabble, and - i.,- gtarvling ducklings fid- low them, looking for a division of ilif worms they pick np. Some- riines they divide among their followers the whole meat, reserving occasionally only a tit bit to satisfy their gastronomic tastes. They wade into maddy pools, and their offspring as they gather aquatic atreagth follow "arter." Picking here and there a nibble they look round encouragingly, and to hide its meagreness bury momentarily their heads to satisfy tie goslings that they are shrewd and good providers. jese saved Rome by • their rankling—our political quacks ex- pect to reconstruct the Sonth by theira, There is a vast difference be- tween the gabbler and the politi- cal physician. The former finds sg good beyond his own quack. The other quietly studie...

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

DAILY MERCURY SATURDAY SSPT. 13,1813. TTRMMCRATURK-SKPT. 13, 1873. TflSJES AT 0. W, FESGA7 * OCX. JEWELEBS. 81 MAE? STBSST. ^ : So'oiosk, ?. H..... « o'clock, P. M.,„. '" 1 Fahronheii. •••••«..•■••■.it 80 86 sa Ma tter on every Page. BMI EltKt*. ;- The following is a list of deeds filed in the office of the County Court for record aiaee <mr laat Geo. K. Hendrickaoo to C. Lombardi, lota 7, 8, 9 and 10, in block 266 south aide Buf- falo Bayon, for $2030 gold. liosanna O. Magee et al to U. Chapman, tots 8 sad 9, block 10, of the B. Ritchie sur- rey, for $450 com. \4 f; Sara. W. Walton's Bourbon and Bye Whisky, seven years old, with Blue Ribbon attached, just received4 Try it, ai ^ R. H. Barrett's. Fowiumras.—Lawrence L. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol «re«t( opposite Mr. Groes- beeck'g, open all day to the public. Splen- did display of paintings on hand. Chal- lenge corn petition. ang 28 it 1 am daily receiving a fulT line of Foreign and Domestic Groceries of the best brands. R. H. Barr...

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

\ • i % ' f #-? n T . • .•' t BY TOM CAXTON. other man and \vo- jaeet, wants to be some- , They ain't satis- fy want it, hiit they everybody about it. night, a young man, Materia Medica nnder with a red neck tie, came round to -tfho by the lite pretty, Mid kind*- wanted to be her darling, in the back door like a on his lap, arid said so, 1 couldn't ha\se had it in my heart to have disturbed him in his pleasing recitation, but him stand oat in the it, close to the window try to sing it, was too much, so little, and I felt relieved a neighbor smote him with sed flat iron. ; . 1 And the girls have it just as the young men. If there any difference, it is in favor of men. Yon see a girl putting «:xtra kink in her back hair, a little more swell in her front hait, a special flute in her new dress, another paper in her repository, K-tieing the last smile before 'l,o glass, and you know that she wants to be somebody's darling, y don't get up all this extra i h and finish for nothing. It the ...

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

' -• v'-. ' ■KSall VOL. VI—NO. 8. HOUSTON, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. DAILY MERCURY JT, H. BAiCER, PROPRIETOR. ; EDITORS: J. H. BAKEB, J. H. WILSON". K. «. CHXE8BOBOUGH, Rates of Sobscriptioa: DAILY MBB0UBY, One Star.... ?. 910 00 DAILY MEBCURY, Biz Mentha 5 M DAILY MXBOCBY. Three Months...... .. J T# DAILY MERCURY, One Month.. 1 00 WBSKLY MBBCUBY, Om Year >00 Bates tf AdrertMns. DAILY. 3 KOI, j« MOB. j0|itt00i$3Q 00 13] Woo Dally and Wi other day X ot on Daily rates. Every Weekly X of Dally All article® for publication should be addressed to Om Houston Mzbcuky. All Agvsrtiacmenta aad Communications on bualeieea should be addressed to the Business Hnasgsr. Compliance with these rules will insure liromp tnees ad prevent errors and delays. ,A<nriv ! (1 Oe|nartwre afMatli. (Mfftdton Stall nrrive* at 8:00a. *. and6:00 P.M. 4ivi<«u>o Wall oloaea at 8:00 A. M. and 6:80 *■ *• *H w Orteana Hall arrives at 9:00 a. m. Monday utd 5:00 r. m. Wednec...

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

BBS DAILY MERCURY SCSSAY SEPT. 14,1873, flmding Matter on every Page. Mobile has quarantined all local travel from New Orleans. Through travel ig not affected. We are indebted to A. B. Small, Esq., President of the Texas Ex- press, for esteemed favors. ■ . """^4 #• 1 * There has been no official report yet published from the Contractor of the City Hospital. Louisiana haa an Acting Gov- ernor who is colored and a Yigi- lanee Committee, and yet she Is not happy. Houston wants a Board of Health, composed of physicians who would possess the power to regulate her sanitary affairs. By reference to the mortuary report, published in our local col- umns, it will be seen ihtft the to] ^number of deaths for the past week amounted to twenty-two. To-dav being the Sabbath, we have abstained from discussing any topics in our editorial column which might disturb the reader's mind and carry it away from the calm serenity becoming the proper observance of the day. BY TELEGRAPH. FROM 8HREYEP0RT. Sixty...

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

DAILY MEECUig: SUNDAY, SEPT. 14, 1873. aggu. TBHPKBATCEI—SEPT. 13, 18*3. taken AT a w, ?E8oTl & 00.. JEWEIM8. 8i sum #o'clo«*,A.M..,. 7 o'clock, A. H. 13 o'clock, M 3 o'clock, P. 11 t o'clock, P. ■ • o'clock, J>. X.... Fahrenheit. 76 . 78 ....••.... 75 $ Beading Matter on every Page. Death of* Bimardlstl „ Mr John W. Coon, the billiard player, whoso death is noticed in our telegraphic dispatches, trill be remembered by the citi- zens oI Houston and Galveston, he haying paid a brief visit to the State during the spring. At the time of his visit he appeared to be in bad health. In Galveston he gave several exhibitions of his skill as a billiard player, but there was not enough interest in the gamo manifested to render his Jstay a pecuniary benefit. Annual Meeting. . The annual meeting of the Hebrew Con* gregation, Beth Israel, will take place at the Temple, on Sunday, September 14th, at 3 o'clock, p. x., at which time an election of officers will take place, and the pewa will b...

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

BSBfSSi PjNQ^Bgfi 5®^5¥55H55 MERCXTRY THE 8USKEB IS PASSING. bt trass. ii. jtonTos. Tr,« aumnisr is i aasing to realms far away, Ths sephm of gfctdiseas no longer will stay; But fx/d, piercing -winds will descend from , their throne And sing in sad numbers 'ithy glories are * • Then, mantled with whiteness like silvery Will stand the stem drewpage, TiU m mandate on winter's and breathes o'er II Her spice-laden zephyrs of gladness again. So Ufs, wife its triala and dangers, 3hall fade, And dimmed bo its glories now vainly dis- played : ... And though with de'ight wo asprnag rise And soar In our raptures on wings to the skies; • ' •••1 - We from soon will, all drooping, descend that sphere, And feci in oar heart all is desolate here: Thus change, after change in succession our short race shall And age shall, like winter, strew thick o'er Ibekoreaof past beauty now gone to decay; Bat--is there no spring-time of life to appear, To cheer the sad heart and enliven lis here? . . Can we not...

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

■■Hera .~<01Ti'.7r> .aMLtJQO' *•? i, ! frl HOUSTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1873. DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER, fbopbietor. "V KDITOBS: J. H. BAKBB, J. EC. WILSON. B. . OSKIliSGSOCei. Bates of SabseripttoB: DAILY XBBOC3T, One Tear...... DA1LT ME3CTTBT, Six Months 9 30 dhl? MEBCCBT, Three month*. 1tb DAILY MEBCUBT, One Month.. i 00 WBEELT MBBOCBT. OM AH 00 Bates ef Utatthg. DAILY. l mo. axon. lint jToo U00 $1800 • itoa- $30 eo UlOi W?«533 y* '— Ail articles for publication should be to the Houston Xntccxr. AU Advertisements aaA OommuaieatioM should be addressed to fee Compliance with theee rales will lame promptness and prevent errors and delate. Hrrlral ud Iwp rt®r« efMalU. Mail soiree at 9 KB a. W. and .-00 . m. Mefl etoeee at tM a. x. and «:S0 . H. Sew Orleans Kail arrivea at W0 a. K ud 1:00 a. k. Wednesday and Friday. Sew Orlssas KaS oiosses* IM a. day aaAJWday^iud fc a. K. Saturday. Oentral Kail arrives at v:flo a. x. and e a. ex. •ept Monday. Central Mail eiose...

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

mmT vA-~:"-r iSKilS MERCURY TUESDAY SEPT. 16, 1873. Reading Matter on every Page* AiBFRSASJC JK050R_ , __ ien to whom th£ of Houston have power to make and eiifc auees, are determined to stojt the trade oftfc (S«e through their fears and prejudices. An alleged case of yellow fever in Galveston induced them to send down to that city, on the invitation of its May- or. three respectable physicians, to report back upon its sanitary condition. On the return of these medical gentlemen and the pto- ses tatiou of their report, which was to the effect that Galveston was clean and healthy; our Aldermen—almost before the ink on the paper on which the report of the committee was written was dry—had an ordi- nance prepared, which they pro- mulgated, declaring quarantine between .Houston and Galveston. Their plea was that yellow fever, if it did not exist in Galveston, did exist in New Orleans, and that, unless Houston quarantined agaiost Galveston, the interior towns would quarantine against her...

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

V5 LP V DAILY MERCURY TUESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1813. r. is, TAKZS AT a W, PV^Iy & (XX. JBWBL & 81 KAZK 8TBEST. 13 o'clock, If..,.. 8 o*clock. P. M.. 6 o'cksck, ?. Fahrenheit. . n "1 Beading Matter on every Page. life fe Houston. DuhMHenua Thereby tfce Mercnry's —The name of Capt. Henry Telge it an- nounced u a suitable candidate for sheriff of Harrii county. —We are !e« to understand from the re- cent meeting of German-American citizens that they -will cordially support a Democrat- ic county ticket if good men are nominated. - We have no hesitancy in assuring our readers that the troupe announced to per- form at the New Opera House on Wednes- day evening is first class in every respect. Mr. K L. Bremoud, the Manage', has gone to a very heavy expense in securing the best talent from the leading theatres of New York and Boston, and we hope his venture may prove pecuniarily successful —Local items, from evening edition of yesterday will be found on the first page, —lie musical soiree...

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

—• ——-- — CITY comll- PROCEEDINGS. Sew Orleans Slirmport Cards. KewSYerk Aavertfcemes}*, f he white VTandeilas* AAon* tho Presidential Feak* -Bett&w Among th JUoantaimeers— Haiti Bead* to Tswoa —"Baokpaj" oanst'jfn~Fea ami la* Sketches of Late Tr.urists—An Extraordinary paUroad, t'r.yca tbs SF.'l Z. Herald: ?abyas Hogbb, ) W BITS Motstaihs, August 30,15?3-1 ^ The "White Mountains! Poets have sung about them, painters have raved about them, and pen- riy-a-Iisers have written oceans of trash in praise of them. There's not a bald peak, as ugly boulder or a water spout (I mean beauti- ful Mis) but has been enshrined in. glowing words, temples of praise and loveliness. I thought- that there might be a chance that no ono had thought of Androscoggin on account of the apparent impos- sibility of getting such a name in- to poetry 5 but, alas! no use. It id already immortalized. What, then to write aboutf Aching bones from these infamous stage coaches preclude the idea of falling into ecs...

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

§S& r?t-; VOL. VI—NO. 10. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDDNESAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. in w. m ■ft; m Mm DAILY MERCURY * J. H. BAKER, PROPRIETOR. BD3TOKS: .7. H. BAKER, J. H. WILSON". . R. CHEXSBOBOUGH, Bates of Subscription: I>AILY HKBCUBY, One Tear <^..... 10 &*XT MEBCTTBY, Six Month*. 5 25 DA1X.Y MSBCCBY, Taree Months. J 75 DAILY MSBCUBY, On* Month. 1 00 WXXKiT MIBCUBY, One Year 8 00 Bates of Advertising. — . DAILY. 1 *0.;2ji08 8 HOC. j 9 u oa. I11 liTaoipToo (50 09 Daily and Weekly m on wyntm. xr*ry other day X of Daily rate* Weekly X of Daily 9BBKS^BfiBEMHHBSMH55aHHHHSH5 AH articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Mekocby. All Advertisements aad Oommnmcationa on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rales will Insure promptness aad prevent error* and delays- Arrival and Departmre ofXallt. SUMtn)b& arrtveo at 8m a. m. and 4 sOO *. x. aalveeton M*ii dose* at <:0Q *.*. and 6:80 *, *i. Saw Or...

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

MERCURY Trials SSDAY SEPT. 17, 1st3. Reading Matter m every Page. THE MOStT-XlEDiG ALDEBMASi. the belief, which has now grown into a certainty, that the dishon- Aldeman is not a myth, and that the Galveston News is really in possession of his name. Sus- picion points out one ot oar civic magnates as guilty. His course on the question of quarantine has been marked by many of our thoughtful men, and the recent developments of "trading by tele- graph," tarnish evidence strong ^as proof of holy writ," that a ueep-laid design to sell the votes of four of our Aldermen for two thousand dollars existed. Whether the enterprising trafficker in hu- man life was to divide his gains or pocket the pile, is not yet folly settled in the public mind. There can be no difficulty in saddling yie right horse. The 1fetes is com- pelled to reveal his name. The dispatches will reveal that of the * broker. Should the News decline, a subpmna duces tecum can be sued out, compelling the Telegraph Company—prope...

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

f I — " Houston. 88 00 ® 78 00 70 00 @ &4 00 60 00 @ 73 00 1 40 a 60 13 35 13 so Bridle Sides, per doz Kij), per Hantsrllle Adrertisemcut. Life in _ __^u ,.s -I. lOWO lY, - - SEPT. IT, 1813. WEB F TK*FSRATCaB-3m. Wi MT3. takes at a W, PESPAY A CO.. IWMB8, w r.uh stbeet. Fahrenheit. II .«• ® § M odocJt* •••••• ••• ® 4 o'clock, P. M• • • ••• 2| 6 o'clock, P. 80 Heading Matter on ewry Page, Auction Sato. F. R. Lubbock 4 Son iiAvo one of their attractive sales to-A&y at 10 A. K., when "they will seU breakfast %a<Jog^Mcon, whis ky, champagne, shoes, under- wear for gents, 8n Committed. A maa named David Chambers was re* cently arrested fer burglary in the upper portion of the county, and bound over by Justice Shearer for his appearance at the next term of the Criminal Court. Ho was yesterday committed to the county jail in default of $500 bond. - ■ • ■ Don't get excited. Plenty of Boots and Shoes in the Market, at Spann's Shoe Store. aeptlA-lw The Long Bridge. The new sewer on...

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

SgR I i > \ ILY MERCURY f Froas yasterday Evening's Bditwn.] WATCH C-ESASISM. Our friend, Old Mr. Beat, was dead ; We t alked beiana bier, to eaek other said:— A laml its pride, a home its bead. Lament together here. ;. •' V_|-: j . No errors of his own had he, 0? he himself belied; Bat faults in others he could see. And ?ml tor man's iniquity 'hat of which he died Bo aula n>e, eiad in decent black, e and eleric air. there moved a mass who sighed " Alack! What mortal jiwr'f shall briag him back. r perfect sacral twin, ...iiling Virtue's fall; A"d saw ihe age we're living is s wholly given tip to airs, - And bitterness and gall I -woe? to see the day ; rith a sob,) • "vvhen those we're trotted go astra* Ftckj ovt the straight and narrow waj, V -•o is a job, ; • fiebold our hapless Native Land, umgivsad*#; oilier wa stand, With Back-Pay clinging to his hand.. The Statesman's pare no more. ■ TKus, ever since the War, has been c- nation's swift decline; la man nor woman can be see...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 18 September 1873

mm ni& m MA'tlii *y?i\2 W&3?-S&^-V,^ ?Hi t[<* -■: | 4T v VOL. YI—NO. 11. ■ >V lrjrlj^|-}*-, trrn ".'! SafiS 11 HOUSTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1873. DAILY MERCURY •T. H. BAKER, PBOPRIETOR. *«♦ EDITORS : T. H. BAKER, J. EC. WILSON — -. K. It, GBlSiiBOBODfll< TO Rates of 8.1 DAILY KEBCUBY. One Tear PAH# JfflPSOCBy, «**«**' DAILY MWtnraT, Three Months...... DAILY MBBCDBY, On* Month.. WEEKLX MEBGUBY, Om Year,.... DAILY Kates m Jmmm t w of Advertising. r s .jSxoe. SlBM.lt .$10 00 . 5 38 . 7 . S 00 j i 1 MO. iTcolpIoo MOS. [8*08.112*08 $18 00; $80 M.jiax< ooi"$ oo Bally and Weekt¥ X ofr Bail* rates. ^®t«7 otheFlay X of Dally rates. Weekly X of DnUy rates. .- i. na iW- -mxi .i ru^a_noJ__ All articleafor publication slwuldbe^dfesaefl to the Houston Kibcuxt. . ; k All Ai}v.f|hi«Mti and Communications cm bualnesa should be Addressed to the Jtaaiaaea Manager. .. Compliance with these rules "will insure itratnpiseee and prevent errors \ rrtrat Mtt mtJKsll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 18 September 1873

THTJESDAY - sept. 18, 1873. Beading Matter on every Page. \ I HE C-iXPAIGS 0PE3TED. Coke has published a list of appointments for the present and coining month, commencing at WeatberfortS- on the 23d dfSefS- u-mber, and ending at ^Clarksrille on the 15th of October. We have no hesitation in say- Ui| that his audiences will be worthy of his theme—the re- generation and redemption of oar great State from Radical misrule. All classes owe it to themselves as ojtizftna of the commonwealth, to hear from the lips of their chosen leader the words of wisdom which he will utter. They will be benefitted thereby. Enthusiastic plaudits greeted Judge Coke at Marlin^ljgkl the fire commenced there wisfmttie along the whole line uaM lae end of the campaign, which we predict will be a great and glorious victory for the Con- ggrVfttiufclkmnATOur BY TELEGRAPH. FROM SHREVEPORT. Appeal for Aid. :• :—- ■' JCwenty Deaths To-Day. [SPECIALS TO HOUSTON MERCURY.] The Java account* of SERKVEPORT, Sept. 17. feve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 18 September 1873

WgSm DAILY MERCURY thursday, • M SEPT. 18, 18T3. , 17, 1873. TASKS AT a W, PESCAT A 00.. TEWStXBB, l W.UH STREET. 5 o-ckxti. A. S 1) o'clock, M * o'ofoek, P. X 3 o'closfc. P. M BBS 83* ST 82 Beading Matter on every Page. Perkins* Theatre. Mr. J. c. Brans is now engaged in re- touching the scenery at this theatre, pre- paratory to its opening by Henry Green- mil, Dan Sing, colored^ was up before Justice McDonald yesterday, and fined $5 for as- saulting Lou Hand-made Pegged Boots and Calf Cong, Double Decker Boots and Gang at Spann'a Sboa Stora, 77 Main street septV4-lw Pollen Court, In the absence of Recorder Duncan,Mayor Soudan presided at the above court yester- day. , The proceedings were unimportant Superfine Scheidam Gin, fresh importa- tion, just received at R. H. Babhett's Mechanics' Dress and Working Boots and Cong. Gaiters of the best quality and latest style, Spann'a Shoe Store. septI4-lw Mortuary. "j But two intenaents are reported in this city yesterday. Chas. Weichmah, S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 18 September 1873

DAILY OP KDDSESS. i tfce> little cowslip ao-oM hang ite gokleu cup And y: " I'm such a tiny flower. I'd better not grow up;" How msay a weary traveler Would miflg its fragrant snail, Ho^r many a Sttfe child would grieve To lose it from the doll " *s 5 Suppose the glistening dawdrop ppori th® grass should say: ^ Before the day was done, Without a drop to moisten it. Would mther m tte sun. . Fpott a p -*«=*« ■ Oiink themselves too smalt to cool The traveler on his way; Who would not misathe smallest And softest ones that blow, think they made a great mistake it heard them talking so? many deeds of kindness A little child may do, Ithough it has so little strength, And little wia&ot toe. It wants a loving spirit, Much. more than strength, to prove How many things a child may do For others by its love. Reading. r. I is 9 BY TOM CAXTON It is a carious study, this influ- ence and effect of imaginative literature upon the human race. is a balance ol power, ion of good" square isn't m...

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