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

spil ,;v V* IpST , .. . ;* •••• *vv. "• - gfmm ifeiSi aarv1^; -?• j<>K fWi •li ' -i YOL. m yi—no. 13. ■ )'AiW houston, texas, saturday; „ morning, september 20, 1873. price, five cen jrp X daily mercury] —*~ H. £AElESR, riiOrSunvR. ———•*« — j. s- J. H. WUSON m#'' i i «. a. IMmns&cnr/. .MD« • 8* D1ILT MEBCUBXt Threa Months...... .. J T« DA ELY MBBCUBT, One Month.. 1 00 WESBW.*ESOLTO.<^ « SO DAILY. Daily and Weekly X day KjrflMl? 1 *OS- 9 km. pia i4 oo)^j txoi laaos on Bally ratss. . Weekly *«* 55; j . All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Mxbcdbt. All Advertisements and Communications an besiness should we .iiteeesed to tha Business roles will Insure t errors aid delays. ■ar Compliance with I Arrtral **ft Departan of Malls. <*a\*«tonM*il arrives «t«:00 a. *. and S-.00 r. *. lalveston Kail el as at at •£• a. *. and 6:J0 r. sl -- .« Sew Orleans Hall arrtvsrat t:Wa. *<Moaday and 5:00 *. *. Wedassds* aad Friday. 5 .« Sew CricaadMail slssis at ...

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

— i DAILY MERCURY SATUKDAY SEPT. 20, 1873 Beading Matter on every Page. THE BRIBERY CASE. Campbell Gives the Name. T. U. Lubbock, Esq., on the part of the citizens of Houston, sent the following dispatch to Gaiveaton last evening: September 19, 1873. Belly Campbell— ; C a Ctre Labatt t Noble, Galveston. Every white Alderman signed the demand .for the name. I Yon certainly are released from yonr obligation. _ - T. U. Lubbock, For citizens. Answer—2:18 p. af. REPLY. ;u ; I Tbe following response was re- turned at 1® p. m.: lai1 To T. tr. Lubbeek: Yonr point has merit. As all the Aldermen did sign that cle- - mand, I regret deeply the neces- sity which compels me to name the person. It was f ALUKRMAN HE5RY HE3BICKS. 1 do so after lpatore delibera- tion and advice of my best friends. I had hoped I could have avoided this unpleasant disclosure, but I now peroeive there is left me no other alternative. ; ". ; ; 7 :J Wsl Campbell. ers were children who could be frightened into voting for t...

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

DAILY MERCURY SATURDAY, SSPT. 20, iffl 3t 1.1, 1873. AT O. W, PESCAT * CO.. «W*JEB8. - «xi*RHur. ; ...... 88 Life In a_jj-U Page. Ka^r i (CJ the Mercury's —Thore is BgfrRta SprSg Creek six feet higfi and still on the rise. —All that Hempstead merchant van** —A girL whft went est a-riding with her feller, the other d&v, at Cypress, has been hefcrdfEO® through her husband at Qallas. —Captain ——, 'who was married fcbout aiyaar ago, bsjs the first ilhnsh money" he ever spout waa for a cradle. . , : —The Age says that Judge Braahear and through" the new sewer at the long Bridge. —The matiaee at lie Tremont Opera Souse to-day will be for the benefit at the Shreveport siiflowm* estimated that aver seven miles of sidewalk will be laid: in this city before the 1st of Jsmary nexfe —The Re?. Mr. Archer, at the Methodist Episcopal Churoh, left the city yesterday for a few weeks recreation. We hope he mfy return Wftfr renewed health and rigor. —The Tremont Opera House, at Gslves- CJtBW—Gltow...

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

- - m i - t - daily mercury From yesterday Evening's Editkra. * . i. SACRED CHARGE. 0 Sing not this receipt away, GiYea by erne wh trusted thee; , Mistakes will happen every day, However honest folks may be; And sad it is, love, twice to pay; J :* 3o east not that receipt away, f i Ah yes, if e'er !a future hoars, -j _ When we this bill have all forgot. They send it in again—ye powers!— And swear that we have paid it not, How sweet to know, on such a day, We've nover cast receipts away. Sailors' Wrongs. Torture* of tho Crew of a New Bedford W hale r—Beaten and Left On a Desert .!,$ i«i«. - v,_ •; « Two of the crew of the wrecked bark Ansel Gibbs, who reached 3sew Bedford, Mass., a few days ago, hare gone to Boston, land there tell a strange and almost in- credible story of ill treatment and desertion. They make serions charges against the commander of the schooner Abbie Bradford, which brought them home, and also against Thos. McPhfirson, Captain, and Jonathan Bourne, Jr., owner of ...

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

VOL. YI—NO. 14 m ri HOUSTON; TEXAS. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1873. ■tr«-iin n • it- - 1; PRICE, FIVE CENTS. ' : !. -1L J. H. BAKiE ; i: proprietor. ■dhow* 4/1 J'i ;i. .J. H. fv - CHEHhBOROUGH, WBSKLT MKB0C3T,0p^|*,~.., «> _ Bates «f AtartJsiBff. !2S55H55SBiHSB5^WS5^S|^^ All articles for paWicatioc ho><>W**«M""«d to the Houston Msrctjbt. All Advertisement* and Communication* on should be addressed to the Business U* f« nmd Impmrtmr* •*** &.£ L< invrantnnlfin sttIttu sfT-IWr w i1r w Qalreetcn Kail ctoMS s* 8«> L. U. TM 4*0 S«ht Orleans Mali at >« . i. Monday aad 5:00 *. K. Wednesday and Friday. Hew OrieaaaMail doMaal i.-CO * day aad Friday .. and 6-HO a. M. mm* Cental Mail an*«« a* TsSO *,9-VP** «• '%:*S2&A at 'SM" to [From yesterday Evening's Edition.] SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PKESS. The 'leading editorial of the Telegraph is headed -"Damning Mm Praise." It says in 18 'uffTrifV1V t;<: « V.t / And tfe result shows that 'Stoker" did not keep the pledge...

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

w daily mercuey R*%4ikg Matter on every Page. SUNDAY, SEPT. 31, 1813. A petition has been freely cir eniated and signed, calling upon the Chief Justice of Harris coun- ty, to otder, under the Jaw, a re- orgivmatMBt of oar municipal government Should the Justice comply, lire think the presumed advantages sought would be more than counterbalanced by the abolition of the present char- tered privileges enjoyed by the city. We do not believe it wise at present to make a change of the kind contemplated. The accusation of Campbell should be fully investigated and finally disposed of before any- thing new is brought to the sur- rsro S AT WORK. It will be seen, by reference to the proceedings of the City Conn c3, that Alderman Henricks brands the statement of Schmidt & Zitgltfs broker, Win, Campbtefi,' as <4a Wilful, liberate and mali- cious falsehood, in no wise sus- ceptible of proof" The Alderman "most solemnly protests against any examination of said Campbell touching said charge"...

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

fir. DAILY MERCTJRY SUKDAY, 21,1m 99S 18*3. ^ VS a W, SS8CA7 * CO.. JEWELBBS. 81 MAIS 8THEBT _ to announce the Bam* Democratic Nominating ConTOotjoo. The Fair Fatk. We are pleased to notice that Mr. M. L. Wewb0imer -,tent the Stater Fair Grounds, aad wflJ.open itMB place of pub- A. new track W3Tbe Built tame- Chow—Chow. B very body's Department—Melange of Local Pacts and Fancies. /TO ? A. C. Slocraa, of Yoluntown, Connecticut, aending for the Mkbcuht to enlighten him- eelf and others to regard to Texas, aays: am 1EU*# • ! H ,r tins tali, if there is a chance for a quarry- man and granite worker. There are some thirty families in this Tillage -wide-awake on the Teraa question, all of whom wish me to ndertain the best location for thenf. These are all men with willing hands and some capital. Some families are fac- tory Operatives, machinists, etc. We hope to see Mr. Sloe am and all of his frienda in Texas, and believe that we can promise them a rich reward^ for their in- <city.coun...

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

Advertisements. ShreTcport Cards. SlKfiHBfl _JRy TS& religious teachers New Tori lirertigemeBts. BUNDAT ~ SEPT. SI, 1873. C1TI 1TEHIK>5^. *Wrisionj^ Bt CHAS. V. mseBOS woary„ Oh, for a week The endfeia ckt&f -m m And noisj littlashoe-Mack's earnest appeal*; Such ia the sound my ears muat greet— . MOL Ofa, lot some kme nod quiet retrentl Watching tho myriads that throng the way. I gaze on them languidly day by d^y. AM wonder if ever to ffeeir lot Befel A fortnight of " stay " in a Houston hotel. I turn from my window in horrid despair, Ohokedon tiifl odors I breathed for pure air; And niOTtrn for a life fraught with dangers like these, . V A")ifit a blessing would com* with a pure, eontiybteete. : > owmfcr* Oh, that shrieking And that noise the whistlo ini* ail-aboard," as on she starts; Oh, if I could, I wank And away I land! obey that command, would go to my own native Ami that never fading cloud of suffocating ""mokes And the ever constant hum, would aav one provoke;...

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

TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER PRICE, FIYE CENTS. HOUSTON 1873. PROPSEET0R. — m *4 EDITORS: M j*. II. B ABLER; CJVH. WILSON Subscription lid ; |10 00 ■SHBSar'" , xurae axuufciiWi •••• . T One 5|onth,. CEY, One Y y •• «• ?. ftoa 12 xos $ao oo $14 00 £&£&«&£ Wf^Ss? ■a; AJfanicJes tar publication ghonIdi iddreB ed to the Houston Mkbcbbt. All Advertisement* sad Communications on biwiness should be •ddraeed.to.Uw Manager. i Compliance with these rales wilt insure prfewptnes* and prevent error# and delay*. _•; f .v., ■ - sii : Arrtwi aa* O^pttrtiue erblta. , jv.s toB Mill arrive* at 9 :00 a, K. and 6$Q T. M. "ialveaton Mail close* at 8H a. it. Mid 9M f. ft. Se* Orleans Mail arrive* at #.-00 a. X. Monday .ud 5:00 f. m. Wedaeaday and .Friday. Sew Orleans Mail cloaca at 640 & It Wi uaj and Friday ^aod S -.9Q *. *. Central Mail arcives at T K>6' p. ac- cept Monday. _. Cento*! Mail etcaea at 8:90 a. *. and 4:16 p. K« exoept SatnraiyVf f trx AH >FO SY «?,*./#. . International ...

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

fill m daily mercury ,\ tuesday, SEPT. 23, 1873. Reading Matter on every Page. h NOTICE. To Onr Patrons. AH persons indebted to the Houston mekcuby wiH be call- frnpfflS'if ow collectors. Bal- ances mast be settled. Accounts not paid "oar collectors "will be put in the haftds of an attorney and collected \nfcMc®ts. x h. Baker, Proprietor. . , £/• ?. 'v ; THE JiEWS A3D WOULD-BE COX- TEMPORARIES, £ Is the title of the leader in Sun- day'sGalveetoii tfezcs. The article is an extremely weak emanation ot some extremely weak mind. The very title," T\ out&-be Contem- poraryf,w is an insult to Worcester and Webster. Does the writer doubt our existence at the same time with him I Did he not iu- .tend% sa^8>iv4 * " ' " " bacfcfec want of sufficient impu* dendkfctn the very edition that styles the Mescuet the would- be CGiiteiopory appears two artic- les, one entitled "The Earth's Bowels*—the other, " A . Co- quette," both of which appeared in the Houston Mercury two BY TELEGRAPH. %, ■*...

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

DAILY MERCURY TUESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1813. MMPKBAfCEg—SEPT. %%, 1873. Ttm AT O. W, PESCAY k CO.. JEWELERS, , - 81 MAIS STREET. G o'donk, A. M .......... IS31..............i i o'eiock. P. M S o'clock, P. as........... ..« *«.. 75 .... SB K| IS TfsaAitui Matter i aeaamg master on erery P<^«. At the goiieitatt8B of my friends,. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for tho office of Qonaty TrehdBrer, anbject to the nomination of the Democratic Convention, jf S. L. Hohehthau. Sam W. Walton's received at Stomach Bitters Just R H.3ABHBrr!a 81st and Mcrtaary. ^ Tiftt of interments September i&S: ._ * ' Lucas Sweenv, age 2T years, of ■■■ tic® of the J. C. Keed, 42, billions fere*: Mrs. Armstrong, 71, general debili- ty ; chSd of JFelson ScSey, colored, 5, con- sestion of the brain: wife of 0. If. Hams, 36, congsstive fevor; child of Jas. Green- leaf; colored, 5, congestion of the brain; orphan chSd (name unknown}, 2 yre., 6 mos., congestive fever; Jaa. WSUiams, 22, ty- phoid fever; Edi...

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

DAILY MERCURY THE DREAM TBKE. iiT EMILY E. FORD. Undaraeat| ,tbe linden tree Fairies Beat a droanttojne. 1L ■J*n Fairifes Best a dream to jne. L< ! T Honied dreams and luscious smells Hide in linden's tassel bells; There therdaiixty elwxi slow swing, Ana their noiseless bell-cnimea ring, "While their witching songs they sing,, H And their dream charms downwani fling. And her h^d apa laid at t&kjM, , «*■ Oa tny yearning, loving breast- Tfcis sweet dream, so fair and ne\v. Will this drerna cOTne'ffrer true? •' Close beaiSe me .then 1 saw Eklfer trees with sadden awe. Elder flowed havtf potent law ' To reveal a vision's S&W. ,'' Ekter-bush grew Ia£ge and tall u'- J list where linden bloaacjnsfall: Then I felt the glamour power . rr Of the linderJa charmed flower From my^felids fall away— : Bjm weft purgfidoJ §&fn?;0^ r.Mi.j Elves and fays ahd wTtchfng sweet In the waving iinden meet; But the sslde'r blows away f. All the raystio* dream-land gay. -1 !jOS: No dream-loTa's ...

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

m ■$} VOL. YI—NO. 16 HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1873. PRICE, FIYE CENTS, DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER, PBOPBIETOB. EDITORS: .JY H. &JSJ3JSR, J. EC. WILSON" [Prom yesterday Evening's Edition.] SPIB1T OF THE MOUSING PRESS. [EE8BOBOCOH, ' ' *• — Rstes of Subscription 7KX, St* Months. . DAILY MERCURY, Three Months.... DAILY MEHCCRT, Oca Month , WEEKLY JBBSBUBY, One Yes? .r^10 00 .i .. .6* an .... i .... 800 Bates of Advertfeln*. DAILY. 1 MO. 2*06- S 8 CO 00 3 lfoa. « *08. §5 OOf $30 00 12 xos $60 00 Daily and Weekly X :ber day X o* Dslly rates. on Daily rates. „ _ Waikly H ot Daily AH articles for pnidioation should be addressed to the Houston Mxbcubt. All Advertisements and Communications on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rules will- insure proaa| ' ^ ^ ent errors and delays. Hfi£ Public.—Mr. Wright it a LfiVtwI visit Near Ortecms 'aTid other dSee in theintereat of tike Mercury, and its friends wiU please ex* tend-to h...

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

DAILY MERCURY wednesday SEPT. U, 1813. Beading Matter on every Page. NOTICE. \ To Our Patrons. All persons indebted to the Houston MIkcu^y will be call- ed upon by our collectors. , Bat asses naast be ae&ted. Accounts not paid oar collectors will be pat i tbe bandsF of an attorney and collected witfeeosts; J. H. BAKES, *■ Proprietor. i - OUB 5EHP STATE SENATOR. lie losing confidence in all public institutions, and a feeling of dis- trust has quietly «et in during I this era, which win make itself felt afi over the ;land. Though w« have escaped, we should improve j tie lesson, ^ ^ s ^ THE LAW OP QUARANTINE. As suits are about being entered in the United States Court against Houston and other cities that quarantined, and thus estopped commerce and involved parties in loss, we publish the following communication from "L" to the FROM SHREVEPORT. x -$r • gps Destitution Added to Plague. the Natural Iron "Works, at Danville, $768,000. Company's Penn., for MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. The que...

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

7 daily mercury i_ WEDNESDAY, - - - SEPT. 24j 1873. S3, 1873. TAKES AT 0. IP, nSOAT ft CO.. JEWELEB8, 81 MAES STBSBT. - F*h*eak«it. ••••to********* ••••M •«••••••** ® « o'clock, A. X 13 o'clock, H 4 o'clock, P. X 6 o'clock, P. ' ■ — Matter on wary Page* Lite in Houston. Dashes Hera aad Vhe*e hy tl Mercury's —When the alterations being made at Peririna' Theatre are completed, Houston can boast of two Bice theatres. —The MBbohbt newsboys are a lively set, and make considerable noise about four o'clock apery afternoon. —Candidates are as thick on the streets now-a-days as mosquitoes in mid-summer. —Some of th« delegates to the Nomina- ting Convention complain that the candi- dates do not ding their whiskey about very miscellaneously. r_ —The « v«vng 0f the stores of our Hebrew citizens on New Tears rendered soma of the business streets decidedly dulL —A meeting of the stockholders of the International Railroad Company will be held at Palestine to-day to consider the proposition of cons...

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

' DAiltYMERetTRY [From f&sieri&f Evening's Edition.} ; , VS BOtraa HOME. M ir. p. tools. My dear old home, be« th the hill, . l?ear by a purling brook ; At eveutids I've often mused, Beneath Ha shady nook. At sunset o'er the stubble field, I ra watched with boyish care; And plucked the pink and daisy too, To gem my flaxen hair. ? The gate, the porch, the lattice front, Th« Tine that drapes the door, Appear to me in boyish glee, As in the days of yore. There I've watched the passing clouds, The sunset in the west; Until my eyes in azure's sheen, Sank in dreamy rest. .. The rustic path that traced the woods, Is shrouded o'er with leaves; And the jessamine, with rich perfume, Scents the evening breeze. Beneath the shades of spreading trees, I've sat with heart so gay; And listened to the rartie rhy mes, Of echoes far aww. - - * The katydids in woodland gfeen: The watch dog, so sincere, Shakes his shaggy sides and laughs. To see his master near. • t * j Houston, Sept. 22, 1813. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 25 September 1873

- mm VOL. YI—NO. 17. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY MOENING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. A Blessed Gift, MERCURY J, H. E R, PROPRIETOR. j. ix. bakeh, j. k. wxlson «, n. CgK£t>BOBOUGB, •f SobsertpfloH: daily mercury,om iw . iooo DAO.T JBBKJUST.flixMonths........... >* daily mebckbt. a«*s month*. — r DAILY MBBCTBP, One Month. 100 WEEKLY mjbsidlby, One Y«*.^.. . S 00 Bates af daily. Int. • $14 00 190xfw "KiST-SB AH. article for patriioation Sbonld be addressed tefcftrSowton mkbcust. business sBdnld be OuBllMN Compliance with ^e^rpl* will tnrare promptness tad prevent actors acq deist*. <rtw*r arrives «t *A. m. ndM MteMtoa MalHsioseo at 6:00 A. K. and 6:3 p.a. and 9:00 p. * Wednesday and WfcT- Sow Orleans Mail closes st 6*0 * *. Wadne#. d J and Friday., iaf «: *,.*. Sstnrda*. V/ ..'rntrsl Mail closes at aud4:l >. *. ;m|>>Saturday. ,a <lt,-0u tUtirai*"—*' * Great Northern MaU arrive* at iMf- si.?* su Ml i u arm* Northern MNw# |* To-ths P & STryHir# authorize...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 25 September 1873

DAILY MERCURY THURSDAY sept. 25, 1873. technically known as a suspected, or touched bill, imports that rumors were afloat of in- fection when the . vessel sailed, though to ach-disorder had actually appeared. Bills Beading Matter on every Page. NOTICE. To Oar Patrons, persons indebted All persons indebted to the Houston Mercury will "be call- ed upon by our collectors. Bal- ances most be settled. Accounts not paid oar collectors will be put in tbe bands of an attorney and collected with costs. J. B. Bakes, Proprietor. THE GALVESTOK QT7ARAKTINE. Enough time-has elapsed since the establishment of the quaran- tine between Galveston and New Orleans to afford Dr. Peeto ample opportunity for investigation as to the health of the Crescent City. He must be fttily convinced that if yellow fever exists there it is dying out, and is not either conta- gious or likely to become epif The last rejtort of the Healthplaces the. total deaths the week ending 6 o'clock Sunday evening at 149, a reduc- t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 25 September 1873

DAILY MERCURY THUBSDAY SEPT. 25, 1873 TBXPK&ATOJUC—SBTT. 84, 18T . TIKKJf AT a W, FB5CAT ft OO.. JEWJUJSB8. « MAJOt. srs**r. Reading Matter on every Page. Lite ft Houston. Dashes Here and Thereby t*o No marriage licenses wore issued yes- terday. i .4 1 % j • —Coiaplainta are made of the condition of the graveyard at Harrisburg. —Tiroli beer is the latest importation at Dissen * Cb'a. i ~ ; j - y —Kaia are qnite_Hvelj" on the courthouse square. * w t* , —Telegraph -wires are being connected with the railway office in the Pillot building. —The Age has something to say about "*be nervous OoloneL " There are ao many "Cblonefe" we do not know whothe Age re- fers to. ' . ' r* : —OoL Charles Parker is (pokes of as a candidate for State Senator. The Colonel is well known in Houston. ' : ' —Didc Allen, at the present time, seems to be in tie lead for the State. Senatorship. —About the best man the Radicals could nominate for District Clerk would be John N. Coe. He is familiar with the du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 25 September 1873

22sta.t3lxBli.ocS. IBTO-r*"" of EE 1208 VOLUMES. y . Terms 10 Ceata p«r Month, 0H&8S11BLE AT PlIiBBKI. See Use new additiona; snatcri A 8IMPLETOK— INNOCENT—By: IRELAND A.VD1 U*flH*DANilIRYB7 A PASSION 3 N TATTERS STHANGEBS aad TOO looH-By Kiss KrirS. Books, StadsBWy 4k t rletle«, -BALDtmr 4 CO., wfctlS-tl HOtrS^O 1ST TEXAS. DEALERS IN I { W'^r Stores, I&c.; J.-OOOOO HOCSTOt. 1 TEXAS «4 StaW Street A, FULL LINE OF ws, BKNJ. A. BOTTB, • A President/ B. f. WhEMB, t Cashier. Offers its SMTtMStotte public. tod solicits the aim,' BaEkeN, and others Of % Superlatively FINE WHISKEY, IMPORTED | ' BBANDY, J" Pure Holland Gin, old Jamaica Rnm,H ST AWO OLD KOUia GA^OLlttA PKAtH A X D APPLE BiiASDY, WIU, FIND THEM' * s ^ AT OCR 5TOHB, U *AI r And be it wmemly#5d. 1*# spU -ted* Deposits raoeived subject. « check, and tn- ■reBtmsnti mads on fovorebfo terms. Will give special attention to collections oa all accessible points. Bankers or merchants cbu remit money or drafu on this city and Ga...

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