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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 11 October 1873

--tMMHoMir ftftn is DAILY MERCURY SUPPLEMENT. ——■————p—f/jSSSS——* THIS IS THE END. This is the end. I give my hand to you, And you—you take it coldly as you ought; We say goosJ-b-jf a careless word or two, That rather hides than interchanges ^ You gb ytflBlay—I mine, and this is best; k Our path^sunder lie, we shall not meet; jiit oil I.-the •longing pain, the wild unrest You knew I loved you, from the moment, I heanfyour voice in souse quaint, minor straiB Pwir forth its sweetness, chastened, tender, dear, the music cfei IheiHry Y our fftir binding o or must it be. ■all ly this, my sweet. This constant thought oj Is the ricfejegaey of those dead hours Honrs when w,a sat and sang the J#? flowers; • Catching the fragrar.ee oc their honeyed tveath; Between fond iooks tliat tit ver found .their en— All! joys like these are twin with Birth and Qe#th; ••• ■* i The music hushes in its wildest thrill. Once more, good-by t All that I ask is this: On summer evenings when the light grows dim,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 11 October 1873

■,W I.OYE OF GOD. * -g like a cradle rocking, socking, yte Silent, peaceful, to and <ro— Like & mother's sweet looks dropping On .the little face below-*- angs the groen farth- swinging. turning. /arleSs, noiseless, safe and slow; - Palls the light of God's face bending Down and watching us below. And as feeble babes that suffer, Toss and ery,«and will not rest, .ire the ones the tender mother Holds the closest, ioveS the best, So when we are weak and wretched, By our sins weighed down, ^stressed, Then it is that God's great patience Holds us closest, loves us'best. 0 Grea^Heart of God! whose loving > Cannot hindered 6e nor crossed; Will nefweaiy, will not even In ourjSeath itself Be lost— Love divine 1 of such great loving Only Stetbj^s know the cost— Cost of love, which, all love passing. Gave a Son to save ths-iSst. wr- A SEW LIGHT. As announced a few weeks ago, T. Church, tie medium for lysieal manifestation, has been so developed that, while sitting in a circle in con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 12 October 1873

OUSTON, VOL. VI—NO. 31. WNilif* MOpNING, OCTOBER 12, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS, 5! DAILY MERCURY AKER, EDITORS: J. H. WILSON E. B. ©CIO*, BwiMM Manager. f Rates of Subscription: daily HSUKKnUr,One Sear $10 08 Di ll MKKCURY, te Months - — 5S5 DAILY MEBC6RY, Three Months 3 75 DAILY MBReORX,On*Mo*Jli....V00 WEEKLY «ECt?aY. Oaa «.—• .StEQ Bates «r Adrertistnp, DAILY. |1 3 icoa.JS Jioa. on i ch. it s aojfi«oo ti8Q0'$9Q QQ ia*oe All articles for pabii cation should be addressed to the Homrtaa Hsscvar. All Advertisement* mad OormattnioaMonS on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. .1, Compliance with these rule* will insure proai i. maBS and prevent errors and delays. Arrival aad (xparwr* of JtslU. Mail arrives at S rJV) a. m. andS:W *. * jalveaton Hail close* at 6:M A. *. and t:8 r. x. Sew Orleana Kail arrives at 9r0 a. at Monday ilJ 5:00 p. *. Wednssdsy sad Friday. Sew Orleans Mail closes at 8.-C0 a k. Wednes- d«j «fld Friday., a 4 «: JM*. Saturday. fT'J Centra! Hail arrire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 12 October 1873

DAILY MERCURY SUNDAY. oot. 12, 1873. I;.: • HI Rend in % Matter on every Page, k >.<■> rvrsri a/vvvvv^ SOYICE. To Oar Patrons. All persons indebted to the Houston M®icuay will be call- auees miut| be settle^. Aeeouats. not paid oet collectors will be pat in the hands of an attorney awl collected with costs. J. H Bakes, Proprietor. — >f ' MAT 9AIXES ASD HIE 60YKRNUH. tioual give th _|not ption qt thei ineral ratisfi erchaws tl the State. ri ' ; - THE SABBATH. Tlifc Journal files to the rescue of the Governor because we inti- mated in a former issue of the Mercury that he had pledged himself to pardon Gaines if he was convicted of bigamy. It enters into no floundering argument in this instance, as it did in the Strauder case, bat contents itself with giving a letter from J. R. Bur$8| the counsel of Gaines, oa the4ul#5^£w%i3h letter does not say the Governor made no such pledge, bat "has embodied in it the Governor's letter to Gaines in answer to his (Gaines) request for pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 12 October 1873

DAILY MERCURY SUNDAY - - OCT, 13, 1873. Reading on every Page. Vv^VN'wV "W y V Murv-yyv TSKPKH ATt? KK-OCT. 11, 18T3, TASKS AT C. W, PS8CAY A 00, JSWBUEBP, « ifAisr htbe** Fshrenhsit. Co'cleek, A. 88 12 o'clock, H iiSSii- . 81 i3 London Porter and Scotch Ale, just re- ceived at B. H. Barrett's. Jeweler tai Waftctaaksr. 8. Oonradi, 61 Main street, Jew- eler and Watchmaker. Sam. V?. Wahton'a Bourbon and Bye Whisky, seven yean old, with Blue Ribbon attached, jnst received- Try it, at B. H. Babrktt's. And best Pianos at Benao Grunewald'a i Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Stein way Pianos. Brass instruments, ac- oordeooa, vioiius, banjos, strings, etc., can be bonght cheaper than from any other honae in the P0KTKAITUS8.—Lawrence L. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol street, opposite Mr. Groes- heeck's, open all day to the public. Splen- did display of paintings on hand. Chal- lenge competition. a tig 2St£ _ t _ " Sam V. Walton's Stomach Bitters received at B. H. Barrett's. I *m daily rece...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 12 October 1873

.;? , ■ KWmHjpa m mm DAILY MERCimr — 4- TKK HOME IX THE MEADOW. It stands in a lonely meadow. The house so mossy and brown, With its sombroiia old stone chimneys Ar.d its gray roof aloping down; Tke trees fold their green arms around it-H trees a e ntary old— And the winds go chanting through them, Ajad the sunbeams drop their gold. The cowslips spring in the marches, And thn roses bloom on the hill; And beside the brooks in^the^pastures W^j wfla old kitchen, The old folks sit there in the sun Which creeps through the sheltering wood- When the day is almost done. The chlldrea hare gone and left them. They sit ia the sua alone; Aad the caki wifa'a ears are failing And she harks to the well-known tone IT:at won her heart'in girlhood, That has soothed her many a care. And praises her sow for the brightness Her dd face csks to wear. She thinks agEin of her bridal, When dressed in her robes of white, As 3he stood by her gay young lover In the morning's rosy light Oh! the morning is rosy ...

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

4 VOL. YI—NO. 32. HOUSTON, TEXAS,i«TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1873. PRICE, TEN CENTS. DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER, PROPRIETOR- KDITOB8: J. H. BAKER. J. H. WtLS B% TELEGRAPH. FROM MIliLlCAN. lental Death of M. C. Cheny. E. B. OWO!f, Bates of Subscription: DAILY MERCURY. One Year $10 00 DA LY MERCURY, Six Montha 5 2# DAILY MERCERY, Throe Months * DAILY MERCURY, On# Month. 1 00 WEEKLY MERCURY. OM Yw.. 3 00 •f MrtrXMng. DAH.Y. jl XO.riXOS. Jwnil no*. jT5oS>uoo 18 00,$30 oo 12 WM $80 00 Daily and Weekly X other day X o! Daily on Daily rates. rates. Weekly « of Dai' All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Hxxcm. - All Advertisements and Communications on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rules will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. Arrival and Departure of Halls. QThreaten Mail strives at 5.00 a. a Galveston Mall closes at 6:0* . and 5:00 r.au a. v. and 6:t Sew OrIean#Msll irrives at :00 a. m. Monday ind 5...

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

- Tiffin i : jy mercury TUESDAY, OCT. 14, 1873. Beading Matter o* every Page. SOTICE Ti> Onr Patrons. All persons indebted to the Houstqk Mbbcuet will be call- ed upon by our collectors. Bal- ances must be settled. Accounts not paid our collectors will .be put in the hands of an attorney and collected with costs.. «T. H. Bakes, Proprietor. I ♦ By a dispatch received from Calvert we are happy to learn that Mrs. P. Mohl, Miss Sallie B. Hadley, and Dr. S. O. Young, were all well, and doing noble service in the cause of suffering humanity in that plague-stricken city. •m tooJang1 nsuipec|ed and? because it pro We publish a special dispatch from Calvert, furnished by Capt. Faulfcner, whose disinterested ex- ertions for the people t ill Cjpfj f stricken sister city deserve recog- nition from the whole people of the State. Unacclimated, he has taken off, his coat, rolled up his sleeves, and set hard to work in the merciful mission of aiding the sufferers. Tl We regret to learn exceeding...

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

■g i DAILY MERCTJRY tuesday ■ . - oct. 14, 1873. Beading Matter oA every Page. TKMPK K ATCilK—OCT.13, 18T3. t SSS AT a. w, TESCAY k 00., JEWELERS, 81 MAIN 8TB8BT. tto'eiork, A. X.. 13 o'clock. M 4 o'clock, P. M., • o'clock. P. K., Fahrenheit. 68 ..... 77 81 75 London Porter and Scotch Ale, just re- eehred at r. h. Barrett's. Jeweler and Watchmaker. S. Oonradi, 61 Main street, Jew eier and Watchmaker. Sam. W. Walton's Bourbon and Rye Blue Ribbon Whisky, seven years old, with Blu< attached, just received- Try it, at R. H. BARRETT'S. And beet Pianos at Renio Grunewald'a Music Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Steiaway Pianos. Brass instruments, ae- eordoona, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can be bought cheaper than from any other house in the Pobtraitcbb.—Lawrence L. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol street, opposite Mr. Groes- beeck's, open all day to the public. Splen- did display of paintings on hand. Chal- lenge competition. aug 28 tt I am daily receiving a full line of Foreign a...

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

mmmmi ViiiH ]From yesterday's Evening Edition.] Sew York llcrald oa tbf Indian Fxeeation. The ferocity, canning and treach- ery which made the death of these Indian wretches a small atonement for the acts of their whole tribe, are facts in the Indian character, as we have moulded it, afid not their sporadic exhibition ^in the lives of a few. It is the conscious- ness of this truth which turns philanthropy into the condone- ruenc of crime by praying pardon for whatever offence an Indian may commit. The doctrine of Gutter depravity,w irresponsible for its acts, is the true formulation of what is in the minds of the school of Indian philanthropists when they call the Indian "a child of nature.3" Tfeey see only the gigantic wrong to the Indian race, and are blind to the consciousness that the wronged are transformed into living fiends. They would let the Indian's tomahawk crash through the head of the settler's wife, and say that civilization had justified the Indian. They stand with a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 15 October 1873

iiMliWaaMMBBwawMgaBMlaiMiWwaiaitaiy EI BSs^HaAWs M$kJ2 MM* ''SFTO^iK * *♦ #?y#f !'p ■•?; • i-f 5U.j:+«a •;. VOL. YI—NO. 33. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1873. PRICE, TEN CENTS. DAILY Ji H. BAKER, proprietor. EDITORS: BAKES, X. H. WILSON E. B. GUIOS, Bates of SabscriptioB: OAB,Y ME2CUHY, One Tsar TJAfLY MERCURY, Six Months 5 36 DA1LX MERCURY, ThreeMonth*...... .. 3 75 DAILY MERCURY, One Month............ 1 00 «mLT MERCURY, Om Yser S 00 Bates of Advertising. DAILY. |I MO. oss nrcH. |^g;oo 3 sos. Sasoa. S KOS. UM0« $14 00 $1800 $80 00 $50 00 Dally and Weekly x on Dafly rstes. Evwy other day X of Daily rates. Weekly X of Daily rates. "Cjv.7" All articles foe publication should be addnued to the Houston MaaBtTRY. $L. AH Advertisements aad Communications on business ahoolg' be addressed to the Business Manager. ' jj Compliance 1 jvromptuess and trill insure ad delays. I rrival suart Dcpartare sfHaili. GlistenMall arrivesatSaX) a. M. andS:0C ?. * Uaiveston Mall deans at 6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 15 October 1873

MM DAILY MERCURY WEDNESDAY, OOT. 15, 18T3. Matter on every Page. WVWVA NOTICE. Oar Patrons. All pSffSons indebted to the Houston Mesctjet will be call- ed upon by our collectors. Bal- ances most be settled. Accounts not paicf otir'collectors will be put ia the bands of aa attorn^ and collected with costs. J. H. Bakbe, v. Proprietor. ? ISTERNATIOXAL KAILRGAD PRO- BY TELEGRAPH. SPEC _ FRO* M USTON MKRCCRYi i Noble Response of Knights of Pythias to their Brethren in Memphis. ^ W v WACO, OctU. The Knights of Pythias, of this city, tbonjph the Order is only four months old here, will send one handled dollars to their suf- fering brethren at Memphis. It ia pleasing to Sad that #t least the In- ternational Company hare determined to fcwapkse their connections East by their om road, to wh: Irwa Ltwgview to Texar- kana, via Jefferson, which is 9ome 8(Tor 5)0 miles, and the company and Travis county • are arranging "terms" for the early com- pletion of She International -westward to this city...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 15 October 1873

I *? M DAILY MERCURY ►AY - OGt. 15, 1873. Beading Matter m every Page. tkwpk b atu la k—oct7 i*, 1bt3. TASKS AT 0. W, EE80AT * CO.. JBWELSBS, 81 MAW BTBEET, Fahrenheit. • ^o'c'ock, M.■■■■■•■•*« TO * a'otock, M 4 o okickf ?« SC..... « *•«..« «.*.**.,? .• 7T Loudon Porter and Scotch Aie, just re- ceived at B. h. BabseWs. Jeweler and Watchmaker*, 8, Conradi, 61 Main street, Jew- eler and Watchmaker. Sam. W. Walton's Bourbon and Bye Whisky, seren years old, with Blue Ribbon attacked, just received- Tiy it, at K. H. Barbett's. And bast Pianos at Renxo Grunewald's Musis Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Steurway Pianoa. Brass instruments, ac- '•ordaons, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can be bought cheaper than from any other basse in the trade. Pohtbaituhe.—Lawrence l. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol street, opposite Mr. Groes- beeck's, open all day to the public. Splen- did display of paintings on hand. Chal- lenge comfit tition. f aug28t£ I am daily receiving a full line of Foreign and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 15 October 1873

DAILY MERCURY i ;>i ■■ jtab«e of the «1056 " brigade. (Joe per eeat, five per cent, Tea per cent downward, Into the Stock, Rushed the six 1 No time to reason wby, "No thee to make reply, Sell J Sell! thfe only 07! Into' the Stock Exchange Snaked the six hundred. Br Aera to right ©* them, . * brokers to left of them. Brokers in front of them Bellowed and thundered. Bulla could not stem the tide, Bears could not ran or hide, Few laughed, but many cried!' Into the Stock Ktehange Rushed tb6 ax hundred. Oh I whsfc a sight was .there i Arms lifted/nigh in air, > x Tearing each others hair— •3 wondered! Nothing would do but sell— Lower the market fell, £ . !i Who cau thiafeaupest quellv" Kafifof them thundered. Out-of the Stodr Exchange Rushed the six hundred. . " Shut up the doors!'' the cry— ^Stop not to reason why! Banks will not certify: Some one has blundered! '1 Rained those who planned the raid, Ruined those whom fortune made, Seined henceforth our trade! All hare he6 plundere...

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

VOL. VI—NO. 34. DAILY MERCURY HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1873. J. H. BAKER, proprietor. XDXXOBS: J. BL BAKXRi JT. EC. WILSON k. b. 6uxos, Bales of Sttteseriptlwi: DAILY MEBCUBY, One Tear.............$10 00 DAIWC MEBCUBT, Six Months 5 25 DA.IL.Y MSBOURY, Three Months 2 78 MEBCUBY, One Xolttt. 1 00 KKBOUBY. OM Xmt 8 00 UHM| * Bates of Adrertising. 3X06. S MOfl> 6*06. 1 xo. iToolyuTio<i8oi$moo oo 15 *08 Daily sad Weekly % on Daily rates. Every other day % o* Daily rates- Weekly X of Daily rates. old be addressed All articles for to All business Manager. Compliance wit promptness and .cations en ie Business will Insure and delays. Arrival Mi btpartnre of Halls. iK!rttton Mail arrives at8jM a. a. and 5.00 p. K. tial^bton K&ir closes at «: A. v. and «d t . s. Now Orleans Mall arrives at 0:00 a. U. Monday md s:00 p. n. Waddhsdsy snd,Friday. Sew Orleans Mail closes at 6:00 a K. Wi day aad Friday.. U. Saturday. Oantral Man arrives at? £0 r. a.** cept Monday. . . ...

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

wm m DAILY MERCURY THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1873. Beading Matter on every Page. It is reported on the street this morning that J. H. Littlefleld of Calvert, is dead. It will be observed by an article in another column from the Few' Ymk Berate that the colored voters of New York are not happy. " " The death of H. F. Given, on Sunday, Oct. 12, of Few Orleans, is announced. Mr., Given was known iu Texas as having been a member of the kle firm of Given, Watts & Co. %<. A dispatch received by Captain F. Mohl, from his wife, at Calvert, dated this morning, states that both Mrs. Mohl and Miss* Hadley ware well, and the fever about the same. -■ _ Through the courtesy of W. E. Baker, Capt. A. Faulkner will leave H<wston foe Hearne, Friday morning at nine o'clock, and will be furnished with a special from Hearne to Calvert. He will take charge of doctors, nurses, sup- plies, etc. Contributions for Cal- vert, intended for personal friends or the sick in'general, can be left at Wm. D. Clear...

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

r" DAILY MERCURY thuksday OCT. 1«, 18T3. Raiding Matter on every Page.' " T*li««ATCRIcloCTri5, "• TAKEN Hftf, PESCAY ft OO-. JEWELBB3, Si MAIN STREET. .' v;^, 6 e'etock, A, II „ rie'elock, M 4 o'clock, r. M... a o'siocic, ?. at... * ••••'••*•*« 80 oeiv«d at Porter and Scotch Ale just re- b. h. Barrett's. .tewete? and Watchmaker. S. Conradi. 61 Mara street, Jew- eler and Watchmaker. v • Sam. WF- Walton's Bourbon and Eye Whiaky, seven years old, with Blue Ribbon attached, just received* Try it, at r. h. Barrett's. AM beat Pianos at Banxo Granewald's Mask) Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Steinwajr Pianos. Brass instruments, ac- cord eons, violins, banjoe, strings, etc., can be bcfcght cheaper than from any other bouse in the toads. Port&axtusb.—Lawrence L. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol street, opposite Mr. Groes- heecfs, open all day to the public. Splen- " "ay of paintings on hand. Chal- ieflgevcompetiti(m. aug 28 tf. I am daily receiving a foil line of Foreign and Domestic Gr...

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

IP^F' • MERCURY PESTBjssi-K. poeia was wtitten in 1831, of the cholera frwn the i the W 3tarn parts of Europe, jpriate to ilai^aowed appearance oa tfee Confinent cl Europe and in our own country: Brsfcthiesa the course of the Pale White isaarfng the ghastly ?wn— When it sweeps before the atom! BflfefuUr bright through the torrid night Ensanguined meteors glare— Fiercely tha spires of volcanic fires Steam on the salphurous air! Shades of the slain through the murderer's brain ; -<SST.f " " . • ~ . Fu6 terrible sad drwir Shadowy and swift the black storm drift Doth trample the Atmosphere! E u 5 swifter than all, with a darker pail Of Terror rousad my path, >1 ' \ I hare arisen from nsy lainptesa prison— slave Of the high God's wrath! A deep roice went from the Firmament, Ana it psercod tha caves of Earth— Therefore I came on the wings of flame From the dark place of my birth! And it said, "Go from the Sorcth to the Over von wandering ball; Sic is the long of that doomed thing, A...

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

ni rrrf a nmw Mi PRICE, TEN CENTS. HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAy MORNING, OCTOBER 1873. yiAe; VOL. VI—NO. M. H. BOGKBfl NevYork. Houston, DAILY MERCURY H. B-A-KEH, fbopbdetor. J. J. K. BAKER J. H. WILSON K. B. GOIOS, ^ Rates of ScbseriptiOH: iSWHRCUEY, One I«r Sltf 00 DAILY MERCURY, ax Maoths ... S 35 BAJLY XERCUBY, Three Month*. .. 2 75 MEBCUBY, One Months 1 00 WEKKX.Y MXHGiTRY. OuTw... 3 00 Bales of AtrertteiBg. daily. I Mo.jSxoe. 3«os. «mo& 13 w* $8"o(ij uool i8aoisooo $50 00 oth, retes. and Weekly J X oflteily X on Daily r*tefc Evtay rates. Weekly X of Daily All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Mmcunr. All A^rertisomests and Oommnnloationa on bsataew should be addressed to the Business Manager, 1 Compliance with these rales will Insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. Antral I Departure ofSalli. i Hail irriree at9:0a A. M. andSiOC r. X- Mat! dosee at- 6:00 t>v. and tS P.M. g Sew Orleans Hail arrives at 9:00 a. «. Monday nd 5:00 P. M. Wednesday...

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

DAILY MERCURY FRIDAY, OCT, IT, 1813. Reading Matter on every Page. NOTICE. To Our Patrons, All persons indebted to the Houston Mbbcuby will be call- ed upon by oar collectors. Bal- ances roast be settled. Accounts not paid oar collectors will be put in the hands of an attorney and collected with costs. J. H. Bases, Proprietor. President Grant and Gen. Sher- man are at Toledo. ->...<-i.' f Oar dispatches indicate serious disagreement between France and Italy. ^ The reader's attention is direct- ed to our commercial article on onr outside page. s; Am to caivest.—The Com- mittee to raise aid for the suffer- ers at Covert, having charge of the disposition of Tickets to the Opei*a House Benefit, will wait iipon every citizen. Tickets are bat one dollar; let every person buy one, whether they attend or not. The bill is the best ever put upon the stage. Ladies, Attentiok.—The Gal- vestou Theatrical Troupe have generously responded to the call of the Calvert sufferers. The Houston Ope...

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