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

.0•.; M IspP ;-?5aSies«^-Ji; ^3*H??gWV •tiSJfS ' -r'■ -:?:> —NO. 1 TjJilfM' :-r is -*^y^O"-v HOUSTON, IHUm TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1873. -'i 4 <#J PRICE, FIYE GENTS. DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER, proprietor. H. BAKEB. J". H. WILSON K. B. OHEBHBOBOI OH , n%j UAJLT lCSBOUBT, One Year DAH.T MBMCPBT, Six Months.... ;;iILT MEBOUBY. Three Months.. DAILY MEECUBY, One Mocth WEEKLY MBBCUfiY. One Year .... ...$10 00 ... 5 25 , .. 2 75 ... 1 00 ... 3 00 Bates f Airertfeimr. DAILY. 2 *08 ! 3 *oi $8 00414 001 $1800 >8-1 00|; 6M08.il2*08 sao 001 $50 00 Dai] j and Weekly X other day H of Daily rate#. . . , on Dally rates. Every Weekly X of DailT All articles for publication should be addressed All Advertisement* and business should be CompliaEce with these Communications on to tho Business rales will insure delayt.' * ' Kail closes at - 'ft* and5.-00 p. v. u. and G:3 New OriMUlbU arrives at D.00 a. K. Monday and and ftM*. ■* ^ } New Orlssns Kail dona at G:00 a it. Wednes- at 8:3...

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

Si DAILY v* 101 EiCTJRY friday sept. 26, 1873. Beading Matter on every Page. NOTICE. To 0 r Patron*. All persons indebted to the Houston Mebcuby will be call- ed upon , by ocr collectors. Bal- not paid our collectors will be put fa the hands of ait attorney and collected with costs. J. H. Bakes, Proprietor. LOUISIANA, OUR SISTER. Our dispatches this morning an- nounce that the people of Louisi- ana, irrespeetivB of party, are re- quests to in Xfcmventw^ on the 24th of November, to re- organize their Government. Kel- logg, the present Executive, now holds his position, subject to Con- gressional action or . inaction next session. Under the Enforcement -Act, Judge Durell, of the U. S. >ted the affi- not vote at the election last November for State officers, but who swore that, i? permitted, they would have east their ballots for Kellogg; and ordered^ the U. S. Mar- shal to jila^e in possession of the State ffovemment Acting Governor Pinchback, who had, as President of the Senate an...

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

DAILY MERCURY FRIDAY SEPT. 26, 1873. RAT0RK—SEPT. 34, WT3. TAXES AT 0. W. PX8CAT * 00.. JZWEMBS, 81 MAIN 8TSKT. AiSStti* i$££ZS: 72 83 s=s= Matter on every Page. Yow>S Men's Democratic Club. There will b# a meeting of the members o! this Clab this (Friday) evening, at the Hall over the Jockey Club, at 8 o'clock. All desirous of joining this organization are requested to be present. And a cordial invitation is extended to all Democrats. <*, Alt. S. Dter, Sec. Mortuary. ^ ^ List of interments in Houston, Sept. 25th: Colored child, aged five years, convul- sions. The following marriage licenses were is- Williaws to Miss Lizzie "Williams, C. Jeffries to Misa Mary E. Right. United ItatM Convicts. A detachment «f United States troops ar- rived in the city yesterday, from Fort SHI, having in charge five prisoners (four colored and one white) sentenced to confinement in the State penitentiary. The white prisoner and ohe colored is sentenced to two years, the others to five years. The ...

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

IEOTY mercury [From yt-stew&y Evening's Edition J A Curious Claim. England has mi sooner paid the Geneva award than another claim of a similar kind hag been made apoti her. A trifle of three mil- lions sterling has so little disturb- ed her equanimity, that the lea- ders of tne Home Rule Party in Iceland urge their rights to a similar amount, and hope it will be paid with the same degree of satisfaction that has accompanied the transfer to the Treasury at Washington. It would not be the first time if Irishmen were to be found defeating their cause by overzeal and misdirected energy. It would not be the first time if they were to furnish in their own mistakes the strongest arguments against, the very purpose they have in hand. As it is, the most telling objections that are being raised against the theory that Ire- land should be allowed a separate Legislature are taken from the history of the country, and others might be found in the history of many of her sons. Hitherto, the pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 27 September 1873

rt yTttf ft ' i 'ri./i , niifn j >* ru vjm¥ i lift m n.K if Ti —i ■ • • • ■ • • VOL. VI—NO. 19. -- , i jgk HOUSTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1873. :■ I ! it L it. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. DAILY MERCUEY J. H. BAKER, proprietor. EDITORS : J. II. BAJUXR, «£• H. WltSON" B. «UlO , Manager; 4jm ********* I !! MKBOPBY, One Tear $10 00 DAILY HfflMHTBT.Stl Mentha V...... S DAILT MSOTTBT, Three Months. a 75 DAILY StEBOPBS, One Month. 1 00 WEEKLY MIBCL'BT.Om Yeer...... ... 3 00 Kates of Advertising. DAILY. 1 MO.|lX08. 3 MOS. t KOS. $16 00 $30 0# 12X0* '00 Daily mad Wi other day X rates. Weekly } of Daily oh Dally ratee- Every Weekly H '•* ®ail? All articles for publication should be addressed to the Hoiistoa Mhtotbt. • - AH Ad&ftlBemeRt* Oomramiic tti>ii on bBiiaesB should be addressed to the Business .; ■* r '9 ' i -i ^ rtt , ,-i i Cetskpttance wi HWfr rule *IU> Wrare i w Ycnt errors M delays. - j,"™" Ualfcrttf KaU arriTSe at9:00 a. k. and 8:00 r. M. .unailM* Stall closes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 27 September 1873

DAILY MERCURY SATURDAY sept. , 1813. Reading Matter on every Page. fWVW\ ,-~v -v r- J notice. To Oar Patrons, tAU persons indebted to the h^uhtph kerctiey will be dall- ,ed uron b% our collectors. Bal- ances must "be settled. Accounts not ,our collectors will be put in the hands of an attorney and collected with costs. J. H. Baker, Proprietor. Ireneral Spinner is very ill. The day before the faSnxe of Jay Cooke, he entertained Presi- dent Grant at his palatial rfsi- deiuse, at Chelton Hill, n<*r Philadelphia. ~ ^ Jl For two days past there has l een only one interment in Hous- ton. This ought to satisfy tile most skeptical that the public health is all that could be desired. . Ur. Palmer's article, written at" n e solicitation of Several citizens, _is :t . valuable contribution to science. Its data has been glean- ed by. close research, and the ex- perience and respectability of the author-place its statements beyond cavil. The dbctor is the&tiiesrin- law of our respected cit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 27 September 1873

daily mercury SATURDAY SEPT. 27, 1873. nunuuTvii-BER. m. ***• tasks at a w, pescay k oa. jewelers. 81 MAUT STREET. Fahrenheit. Tt' - TO Ai-SZk*z::v~::~ - 4 o'clock,P,M TO 6 o'clock, P. M.... — TO Matter <m emy Page. Lite to Dashes Here and Thereby the Mercury's That ancient and honorable institution, the u City Council,7' will Meet to-night —Some energetic men might make a prof- itable speculation by establishing a flouring mill at Houston. Bt gold yesteroay was 111J. SHrer 109. —The cotton and hide maakats are dull aad auotatioos noHuaaL —A private letter states that Bremond's Vaudeville Troupe made a brilliant hit fat Denison Tuesday sight. —Jtsdge James Masterson has returned from Montgomery county, where he has been holdiag a term of his court. —.Politics are lively in theJPifth Ward, and the ffiud is deep. —-The funeral of Mr. Tom "Williamson's child wag. largely attended yesterday. —jWe isigret to learn that Mr! C. M. Noble , is indisposed. His many fliends .will, how- be p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 27 September 1873

PTGNACIOU® PICNIC AT CHOUTEAU ISLAND. MeCoole, liadly Defeated Seven Rounds. in Allen's left Hand'Did the Busi- ness in Twenty Minntes. was much "chin music" betwi McCooIe's friends and Tom Allen, and.it seemed at one time as though the 'fight would conic to an unsat- isfactory ending. THE SIXTH RGUSTD < 11 > was pretty much a repetition of the previous one, and was entirely fa favor of Allen, who, noticing MfcCooie's appearance as he came up, smilingly said that "it was a shame on humanity to put up such a man." Allen gave Mike some more left-handers, which seemed to have a fearful effect, and escaped with a light blow on his left aide. Allen- slipped to grass, when McCoole fell over hint and was carried to his corner. Allen jumped up very bristly, and, no time being called for, the sevenh round, proceded to punish Mike in a se- vere manner. His blows were all directed at McCooIe's eyes and nose. The latter was unable to get back on Allen, and, as he was evidently "pegging ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 28 September 1873

•m Sfer-1' & k*> 38 £ . *<S*S(5^ TfB #i • I ill! - mr% •• VI—NO. «S£*Wi ."Ad A. 20. HOUSTON, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1873. wmm PRICE, FIYE €ENTS. DAILY MERCURY ,T. H, BAKER, PROPRIETOR. -■ "• XMIOBS: .T. H. BAKKK, J>. S. WILSON E. . onos, of Subscription: ....*10 00 DAILY DAILY. imiimium $1B00 Ull«p oilw $30 00| $80 00 JSMISSSAS "KiST-SS All articfei for publication should be addressed to the Howton ItocuRT. An Adwtiaeneata and Commimic tioni on badness giould be addressed to the Bneineas Cosapliaaie with these rales will insure promptnea ui prevent etron and delay*. A-rrlral m De|wrtHn ofSmlU. MwidXiB arrives* 9 :00 a. arivmtoi Mail ckwe* at G:00 a. *. sod 6:3 p. M. Saw Olatci 11*11 arriTfta at «:30 a. M. Monday tad S;6Q ft K. Wednesday and frH^ Sew Ortacs Mail ciMM at 8:00 a m. Wednes- day a«* *««*., sad «« *; *. Satraday. - ^ Osatra'Mail arrives at 7:00 p. m. and I a, ex, at 8:30 a. k. and 4:15 p. w. W: I * Ureal Northarn Hail arrives at «:SeF. , * ~ Tii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 28 September 1873

iii8 SEE DAILY MERCURY sunday, SEPT. 28, 1873. Beading Matter on every Page. 'l '-_y. - s . x 'v a-a/vwv*- vv«^'v a \a NOTICE. 1« Our Patrons. All persons indebted to tiie Houston Mercury wiU be call- ed upoiv by oar collectors. Bal- ances must be settled. Accounts not pakl our collectors will be pnt in the bands of an attorney and collected with costs. j. h. Baker, Proprietor. - Wni. D. Connel, Grand Patri- arch of the L O. O. F., of the Sutie of Louisiana, died in ShreTe- port of yellow fever on the 24th insfe i ~ Tlift incnrsion of oar troops ia£© Mexieo, yesterday, ~ forty miles alx>ve Matamoras, is one of the problems which the future alone can solve. - - The speeches of Davis must be ;t troeious^ bad to suggest a nau- seating comparison, like the fol- lowing from the Dallas Herald, In alluding to the Dallas effort, the Herald man, having no fear of the vomito before his eyes, says: "It was nevertheless as weak as a tea3- poonfol of asses' milk in a gallon of einger pop." ■ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 28 September 1873

wi m daily mercutrt SUNDAY SEPT. 28, 1873. TBKPBHATCAC—SEPT. 37, 1873. tastes at o. w, pseoay* oo.. jewelebs, 81 HAIR STREET. •. Fahrenheit. jo*3iockt A, W Do dock, H, 86 ••• 8* fi o'clock. P.* Matter on every Page. A-nif beet Pianos at Renio Gnmewald's Musks Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Stein-ray Plaaos. Brass instruments, ac- eordeotu. violins, banjos, strings, etc., can to bongkt cheaper than from any other house in the trade- 4_i—. Sob. w. Walton's Bourbon and Rye Whiaky, seven years old, with Blue Ribbon attached, just received- Try it, at - R. a. Babrbtt's. —. ♦« The Great then House of Houston. T. R. Franklin, of Main street, has re- ceived his new goods. This will be joyful news, to the ladies of Houston, as they Jmflf M>. Franklin's Opening l>ay reveals in assortment of the vefy latest i as good judgment, long experience, and refined teste can possibly select. There is ene noticeable fact about Mr. Franklin's stock. What are known as " shopkeepers" are never ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 28 September 1873

nMMMi MilBMBM—MM——i > ATT.Y MERCURY BY COAS. It KOETOW c i am sanding, gladly gazing At"Voa disumt land, upnisiur, Tlmregb Ate dcud-bed, darkly gazing O'er the lea. %v While the moon the mist is drinking. And the waves, in tuneful clinking. Break with music on. my thinking, Frgm the sea. Whik-my baric is swiftly speeding, Neither -waveS nor storm-clouds heeding. Spurning back the spray receding. Ia the wake; . Oh! there's music in the dashing Of the angry seas that, splashing, From the bows in thund'rous clashing. Foaming break. To the " dear one " back Tin sailing Through the night so softly paling. While rheart with lore ne'er falling. Tarasrtoher; O'er the wareaSm swiftly flying, TimragliUffi aaB|8o softly dying— Ah ! what is Am I sighing— Do I fear 9 £_ . Will she be as when we parted, Brer true and tender-hearted— Qh^fthat cruel doubt haa darted My heart through! Bat I'll ever always trust her— Yes! through Iiie—'till death I'll trust her, So I swear by von bright! lustre Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 28 September 1873

SUPPLEMENT. I WILL." Blfenlfoided and slo'ne I stand With unknown threahhold on each hand; The darkness deepens as I grope. Afraid to 'fear, afraid to hope* Tet this one thing I learn to know- Each dapsaoreaareiy aa I go, That doors are opened, ways are made, Burdens aro lifted or are laid, By aome great law imssen and still. Unf:vChonied purpose to fulfill— "JToMs I will.' , Blindfolded and alone I wait; Lobs seems too bitter, gain too late; . Too hoary burdens in the load And too few helpers in the road; And Joy is weak and grief is strong, And years and days so long, so long, Yetthia ooe thing I lean to know Kareh day more snrely as I go, That I am gted the good and ill Bv changeless law are ordered still,— - Not as I will.' Js'pt as I will^1 the sound grows sweet Each time my lips the word repeat. ' Noi sa I will;" the darkness feels aaie than light when this thought 'steals, ' --n-|f, ... Xjke whispered voices.to calm and bless And unrest,and ail loaeliness, "Sot as I wis," bec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 28 September 1873

/£ OLD SVRPBISE. BT ETWIPS t. Atlantic Monthly for October. Now what hath entered my loved woods, AdS touched their green with sudden change? 1 *'-■ - What is this last o! Natures moods That makes the roadside look so changed? Who blanched my shristie-bluahing few. And gaye the winds her silver hair ? Set golden-rod within her place, And scattered asters everywhere ? Who splashed with rod file sumach hedge— -Jjfea aas&fras withgorple stain; t favo ivy-leaves a rnby edge, And painted all their stems again ? * ' - , ' . to 1 the change reiches high and wide; Hath toned the sky to softer blue; Rath crept along the river side, And trod the valleys through and through; * Diacdfofeji every hazel copse. And stricken all the pasture lands; Ffcmg veQs across themoimtain tops, And bound their feel with yellow bamJ31 mm. ^ Lsf fi n, September come so soon ? Jfal time doth summer ne'er abide ? , While yet it seems but summer's noon, We're floating down the autumn tide. E0WSR8 STANOHOPE'S ST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 September 1873

VOL. yi—NO. 21. - HOUSTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY StORNING,1 SEPTEMBER 30, 1873. Ji- afc i|rice, cMfa D A TT.Y MERCURY J. Hi BAKER, PROPRIETOR. ■ .^« '> 1 ,y„\ EDITORS: -%}Witj&dt&fM'xi: *tLsoN —tM „ r X. B. ©CtON, Business Manager. Kates «f Sebaeription: DAILT MEROUBT, One ft*:..'!*..-.:.*.*.*!* 00 DAfLT MEBOTRT, Six Months S 38 vr mebctibt. mu*e **A«vt.w r« ' fi f "tltilii ' MERCURY.One Mofith.... SY, One Year. 2 75 1 00 S 00 15S57 t ca. ljVroj$MQoj i80O! 3o oo 13X08 "W ffoom yeaterday Evening's Edition.] Gold closed at noon to-day in Few York at 112f. Our dispatches say that Jay r.Ctqald thinks the panic is oyer. The celebrated case of Walker and Black, charged with murder of Andrew Btttler, which was set for trial in Galveston to-day, has again been postponed on account of inability to secure witnesses. ^ 0 ^ The mortality of Galveston for the past week reached 14. Ho 4 births recorded daring that time. There were five marriage licenses issued. . 2= Daily r — All articles for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 September 1873

not di ICURY TU&DAY, SEPT. 30, TO ^'HOUSTON MKRCURY. Page. ^AWA"' "VNAAA «■ Oar Patrons. 'persons indebted to the Mebctjry will be call- by oar collectors. Bal- ioust be settled. Accounts not paid oar collectors -will be pet in the hands of an attorney and collected with costs. J. H. BAKEE, Proprietor. THE BSD OF THE CRASH Wf* The collapse of wild-cat schemes originated by a few men has involved the nation in finan- cial difficulties -which have brought rain to hnndredsof homes. Banks, which were regarded as solvent, have closed their doors against depositors without assigning any reasonable pretext Combinations have been formed by bank presi- dents to evade the payment of grans entrusted to them, entailing untold suffering and loss, thus showing an utter incapacity to manage the trust reposedmthem. This proves that our whole system of banking is irresponsible and untrusHrathy. Since the war a disposition has been evinced to make money fast. The ok! policy, "slowbut sore" has ce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 September 1873

DAILY MERCURY TUESDAY sept. 30, 1873. hmffuka*d&k-sm. 88 18t3. taxes iiat, fdcTt ft 00.. JEWKLEBS, 81 Kid 8TBSCT. to-ctcrk. A.*... U o'clock. M. « o'clock, P. X... 8 o'clock, P. M.. Fshrenhait. • ••• w a Reading Matter on every Page. Ana best Pianos at Benio Grunewald'a Mtaws Store, 93 Mam street, sole agent for Stab-caj Piano. Brass inatramente, ac- oordeona, violins, baqjos, strings, etc., can be bought r-htwr* than from any other boose in the taSfe : «' sb sm W. Walton's Bourbon and Rye Whisky, seven years eld, with Bine Ribbon attached, just received- Try it, at . i , | t; r. h. Barrett's. [Prom yeatefday Evening's Edition.] —One Edward Lee was arraigned before Justice McDonald this morning charged with stealing a coat from A. J. Shepherd. The testimony not being sufficient to estab- lish the charge, the accused was dismissed. —Mary Barton, ft female of color, was upEbefore Jastioe McDonald this morning for jury i*> b t > McParland with an axe. found the defendant guil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 September 1873

B* tt V MT?T) HTTT? V of the country, m marked All-i X IVl U-R) JL ■]rawal of denosits bv iiidi F« r great Fnnic*. deposit till mo THE PANIC OF 1837. two causes generally assign- ed for the panic of 1837, were the Bank of England in 1836 requiring pavment from the American boosesin Londou.and the passing of the " Surplus Revenue" hill by Uotagressy which latter /had the effect of causing the bank credits, which represented the surplus revenue, to be transferred from place to place without any regard to the laws of trade. The com- bination of these circumstances was too much for the banks, and they all simultaneously stepped payment in May, 1837, as well as the three leading American houses in London. The depreciation of bank-notes throughout the country varied from 12 to 25 per cent. The Eastern banks adopted all . proper measures to secure speedy resumption of payments, but their efforts were not seconded by these of other parts of the conntry, and in the West and South new banks i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 1 October 1873

1^;T r*nw-. VOL. VI—NO. 22. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1873. I 13 PRICE, EIYE CENTS. DAILY MERCURY j. H. BAKER, ' \ "' PROPRIETOR. ** * RJMTOB8: ; J. EC. WILSON #: fij rft^ r Business Manager. of Subscription: ST, One Yew ..*10 00 fi Tires Months. ..««..* 3 W _ BBT, One Moatfc............ 1 00 wm*& Mfetfbax, o&e Tsar 3 oo Bates of Advertising. BAIL* DALLY. 1. MO. SXOS £515 6*5 Smos. $1860 8 xoi. pooo 12 xoe $50 00 Daily a&d Weekly X on I^y rat^ Sfcery other day % of Dally rates. Weekly X of Daily rates- All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Mwcuby. All Advertisement* and Communications on baoiaesa should be addressed to the Business Compliance with these rules will insare promptness sod prevent errors and delays. trvivsl sad Departon ofBails." y,!re«WE Hail arrives stSKJOa. n. tndfJX r. M. isJvoefcm Mail oloses at 6:00 A. x. and *4 ' - New Orleans Kail arrives at 9:00 A. k. Monday «ud 5 00 r. M. Wednesday and Friday. Sew Orlea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 1 October 1873

DAILY MERCURY BY TELEGRAPH, wednesday, offt. 1, 1873. Reading Matter on every Page. soticec t<> *©ar Patrons. A H persons indebted to the Hottbton Mebctuet -wilt be call- ed apon by oar collectors. Bal- mntf. bin Accounts not paid oar collectors will be pat in the liands of an attorney and collected with costs. J. H. BAKES, Proprietor. OUR KEXT LIEUTENANT SORs GOYBE- Who is Dick Hubbard, the can- didate for Lieutenant Governor 1 The answer to this query may be easily given. He is one of the best stump speakers in the State, a graduate of ft Georgian Univer- sity, and one of the brightest men that ever emanated from Gam- bridge, where he studied law. As United States District Attorney jjpr.the Western District ot Texas, he won the good opinion not only of the practicing attor- neys, bat of the people of that ■ee&on of our State. Going with his native South when the late niipleasantness occurred, he cast his destiny with the State of his adoption, winning his spurs and the s...

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