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

DAILY MERCURY t friday oct. rr, ism. Eeadkig Matter on every Page. TASKS a a V, fe8cay * oa, jewelers, fjp 81 ma1k street, Fahrenheit, 88 JB. ... .,*• *se •••• el p.m. . p. m ...... w London Porter and Scotch Ale, just re- vived at b. h. bahsett'a Jeweler and Watchmaker. S. Conradi, 61 Main street, Jew- eler and Watchmaker. . sam, ,w. Waiton's Bourbon and Rye ■Whisky, seven years old, with Blue Ribbon attached, just received" Try it, at b. h. Barrett's. And best Pianos at Rank) Granewaid's Muaic Store, 93 Xain street sole agent for Steiaway Pianoa Brass instruments, ac- oordeons, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can be bought cheaper than from any other 4*330 in *t iftlfiiliiMM Pobtraftore.—Lawrence l. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol street, opposite Mr. Groes- heeck's, open all day to the public. Splen- did display of {huntings on hand. Chal- >v lenge competition. aug 28 tL i am daily receiving a full line of Poreij and Domestic Groceries of the best bran< r. h. Barrett. a fresh i...

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

m T5> MONETARY AS© COMSEBCIAL sogthebk FLOWBBS. xm £. b. chsssbobough. >on ths wiaga of .'oines fiie swiet-fereafh of flowers; U' • know the fragraat perfumes well, - It tells of Son&flm bowers, And moves our very Iteart to tears, Wliispenfig-b? dim sad distant rears. *i ro vM the blind—the skies are bright On Just sack aighta aa these: ... . r-f - h&rk 'satted smoother o'e& the waves Of ghogphorescant seas, - af-w from the inland bowers •.! >: sweat breath of Southern flowers. totjffAnd youth, :"rom all ths^ mads our blias. We long for that oM time 7hct. pleasures rained, Bke sunny showers. Ui oa t ae rthsra flowers. Ah? faraway: we do but dream r<; ' That jagmmes scent the air, I - We da bat dream the ir golden beBa Are Raster everywhere; Yet, Qh i 'tis sweet hi lonely hours To even dream of Soufiieru flowers. REGISTRATION NOTICft All persons entitled to register as voters of Harris county, wfeo liitYC not registered under the pro- visions of an aet to prov...

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

.-'Miys := VOL. YI—NO. 36. DAILY MERCURY HOUSTON, TEXAS, t, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1873. ; flijti v.*H.. n: BAKER, #.*&• s, H. Pt AliKJEt, J.H- WILSON B. B, GWDS, DAILY MERCURY, Ou Ti DAILY MEBCURT, Six Months. DAILY MEBCUEy! On# Moatlu. WEEKLY MERCURY, OstsYsar ®f AdfertMn*. 58 BY TELEGRAPH. $60 00 00 $1* 091*18 00 .an*AM "s&st-ss Ail articles for publication should be addressed to the Boosters Jtaetrxr. * All AiwrtUsmeuts and Coram unioationa on ihocld be addressed to the Business Compliance wl<h tbiae rules will Insure prwnp tnett and prevent errors and delays. Arrival Mad Departure eflallf. > «Ai7e£tonM!Ul arrive at S:KU. M. and 1.80 P. u. Calves** Mall a. m. and «i9 r.*. Hew Orieani KaU arrives at K a. m. Monday wd 5:00 p. St. Wednesday and Friday. j. . HtfOdMMlH otoaess* 8.-00 a *. Wednes- day and Friday., and •.- r. v. Saturday. Central Mail salvos at?*® *. *. and • a. ex, Central Kail closes at 8:80 a. 'm. and 4:18 . u. except Saturday, International k G...

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

DAILY MERCURY we have rolled up in the past, we will rise as one man and put SATURDAY, OOT. 18, 1873 Reading Matter on every JRY. NOTICE. Tit Oar Patrons. All persons' indebted Hqustok Mercury wiU be-call- coll Wf80 411 MRBMHaM put in and BY TE comb TzxO J. H. Bakeb, Their advent into the Sonth after the war has been marked by hundreds or legislative and other schemes, conceived in rascality uTinfl ^rnnntnrtwii^iiito— R. L. Sweetman, Esq., a mem- bei* has jast returned f tree will, from San Antonio, Nejv\ Biann fels, Se^fi and Austin, whither he went mission of mercy for the sufferers Jn- Shreveports He* wjtK Sgrear sue $1042. Mr. Swe^fman leaves for Shreve^rt^hi^f^^eeA^OQ ARE „JHS democrats AUYE lo . WOvS 'tltlf*. J?iTI V'itlw * aan3uj«5-«r the registration now go- Harris and Moat? F "bounties is a &if sam pie of what is being done over the State, the inertness ef burf citizens is reprehensible, Thp. political salvation of onr Sfiate de- pends upon ■ the exertion of "her sons. ...

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

iMmm DAILY MERCURY V k \ " SATtJXDAY OCT. 18, 18T3. Reading Matter m every T BSC PKHATcke-OCT/K l«3. TAEEN AT a W, PK8CAY * 00., JSWKIXB8. "* 81 MAGI 8TBKIT. m At r P. eshred at Porter and Scotch Ale, Just re- K. H. Barrett's. Dai 8. Conradi, 61 Main street, Jew- eler and Watchmaker. : ♦ . Sana. W. Walton's Bourbon and Rye "Whisky, Mrea year* old, with Blue Bibbon attached, jug. received" Try it, at R. H. Barrett's. how® in the at Renxo Grunewald'8 street, sole agent for Brass instruments, ao- airings, etc., can Axon any other Splen- Chal- Poktkaitcrb.—Lawrence L. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol street, opposite Mr. Groes- beeck-'s, open all day to the public, did displyr of paintings on hand. tenge competition. sag 28^tL I am daSy receiving a full Jine of Foreign and Domestic Groceries of the best brands. B. H. BAREETT. A fresh importation of Cogniac and Cali- "Tines, just received at B. H. Babkbtt's. Superfine Seheidaaa Gin, fresh importa- tion, just received at K. H. Barrett's Cable ...

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

& DAILY MERCURY Vt IXOBBSCB HABTLAXD. her pretty, saucy head, And knit her brow in would-be scorn; And then, with curling lip, she said, "No rose without its stinging thbrol"i: Then, with boid haate, I made reply: J i " It is tba secret of its power: No clumsy hand that Inters by May dare to touch the queenly flower. Only the skilled and patirat oce. That knows the prize he seeks to win, May pluck this darling of the sun, And find the glowing heart within." She colored with the rosiest red, She could not find a word to say; She hung her saucy, brown-tressed head, And strove to draw her hand away. About her waist my arm crept fast, The while a brighter blush was born, Aadsaid I, laughing: " Love/at last' I've found a rose without a thorn J '2? rTHE HOUSTON MERCURY. pickers gathering tip the sweep- ings of the business houses, t T * VBLICATIOX OFFICE I was broke once legitimately, twice the other way. I went back • to my old corner among the ex- changes, and paste enps, and print ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 18 October 1873

DAILY MUfietrtlT SLI SUNDAY _«. —* JL , .0^. 39,18:2. fgi'c -—- " HOtt OCT TODS ROW." * Oue summer day, « farmer's boy Was hoeir(g cmi tit©torn: f Aad: moodily had listened long ; i 11 •'K pSP SlfcS R The welcwMlftgf v™ Ami down be dropped bis 1 But the good man snouted in bis ear, •; My boy, hoe out your row." Although a bard ona was tie row, ' To use a ploughman's phrase, Abd the boy,'as sailors hare it, ' _ Beginning well to "haze " •' I cnn.^Se said, and manfully ; Again be seized his hoe.; flit iMr ibe good man smiled to see The boy boe oot his row. ; - - & The iad the text remembered. And learned the lesson well, That perseverance to the end At last wO! n#bly tell. Take oonrage. man, resolve yon ear,. And Itrske a -cirrous blow: In life's wide fleW of varied toil, Always "hoe out your row."^|* t-StLK TOM'S LETTERS. flrTros Raises, Choctaw Natios. I October 13, 18?a J Sly Btear Xje< Margery: - I am at a little Indian cabin to night, ou the sammit of a high rang*, that st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 18 October 1873

DAILY MERCURY The aoid yi the summer is tarniahsil. The soft hours are shrouded iu haze, lie face of the blae smtiiag heaven Is shadowed by autumn's chili gaze; But there lingers the boaaieat sweetness. It s ROashmo &ugba aH the long day. For Kdie, my brown-eyed, I love ybu! And yot are my summer for aye. Tis not with the "glamour at. passion, !Tis not ia a dream or a jest, That Rdte, my darling, I love you— But true as the Heaven of Beat. AodTQiwe you though all the rich sunlight Should deepen to darkness and dread; rn kjweyott though all the bright rosfct- > That jewel life's summer be dead. Is it thus that you lore me, my sweetest? Then kiss me and speak to" me low, **-'4 And creep to my heart all the closer, \£g\.; Away from earth's aa&itt& aad wo#. *-^ - ra iraati yon so fondly and safely g v ; that would shadow or part, en death, 0 my precious, •you away from my heart! ^ "• XHE WEAMffiiT Hok it ASfected a Book Canvaaaer. If was ao warm Monday that it was i mposs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 19 October 1873

^y,rt"*^H •i M.mJkm ^«W8e^^ ■MjjHWll r-;S5**MKS^ ■>.-— •^nwii' '-itnanaw }U l.i> /■ MWMMMH IITtvP : fiUSS ■!'} jiff }■ -ntlHift;# imf r r tn jom i # YOL. YI—NO. 37. HOUSTON, «**>£ —— SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1873. ^9B9^S9-aBS«B-^aSBi Hi PRICE, TEN CENTS. DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER. PSOFSXETOR. BY TELEGRAPH. 8FKCIAXS TO HOUSTON MKRCURY. J". H. BAKKR, J. H. WILSON E. & QOIOJ, DHLY DATLT ©atlt mmae sr. hum Months... DAILT MEBOTJBY, One Mofltb_ WEEKLY KSBCFCBY, On* Yea* DAILY. ji wo.iinoa.jl noajl nos.: oanarcs. Da£y sad Weekly X ther day % ©/Dally n on D«ny «**' **3 Weekly % ot Daily AH All Luniaations on be addressed to the Business Camplianae with ttase rale* will Ins ore ddelava. H*1 •ttAli. M. and 1:00 *.*. « m a. «. **& 6* t.n, , Hew OriMUlIiil rriv « * 9:00 «£. UaudiJ tad SCO*. M. Wednesdayaad Friday. Ktw Orleans Hail «bM# (Mil. Vetoes toy feed Friday, afd fcW s. K. Saturday. CentralMail arriwst 7:00 MLMil!■«, X. Central Kail dsM at 9:90 i, H. andlJI f, H. inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 19 October 1873

■■ DAILY MERCURY SUNDAY, OCT. 19, 1873. on A DAY OF BEST. ijj The Divine injunction—"Six days shalt thou labor and do all thy work"—is morally enforced in civilized land. Man requires a * rate gies~a day which he can devote to the worship of God, divesting bis mind of the cares of the world, and giving himself up to uninter- rupted commune with his Hea^en- * Tcfthe man immersed m busi- ness the Sabb^h day is a great blessing, as wetl as a necessity. It enables him to enjoy the so- ciety of his own household. There are many merchants and during the week an hour at a tijne in the society of their wives at children, ovdng to the pressing duties arising from theif Callihg. When the sixth day ends, they feel a load lifted off their shoul- and seek their homes with light step aad. gleesome heart The shop, with its details, is fo£ gotten for the iionce. Withaf>er- FROM AUSTIN. Cl'KT.,. Stable, a Mare and Colt Burned. The stables of Mi*. Job, of this eity, destroyed by fire to- night. Hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 19 October 1873

SSI mmmm w vmi: to'tteok,P. M.. a w, psscay * oa, amn^ « maoi mm. YahrenhMt. «A L'Eiim Loadon Porter eetVed *t and Scotch Ate, Jnsfc re- s, H. Babbktt's. Jeweier as* Watdwuker. B. Conradi, 61 Main street, Jew- eler wid Watchmaker. *4,.. TV". Walton'* Boar boo and Rye Whisky, seven years old, with Blue Ribbon attached. Jest received" Try it, at R. H. Barrett's. And best Pianos at Renso Grunewald'a Music Store, S3 Main street, sole agent 8* Stain way Pianos. Brass instruments, ac- cmMM yio&a, \nnjoa, atrinp, etc., can be bought cheaper than from aay other hocae in the trade. Pobtraitubs.—Lawrenca L. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol street, opposite Mr. Groes- hwfc's, open all day to the public. Splen- did display of paintings on hand. Chal- lenge competition. ang 28t£ X am duly receiving a full tine of Foreign and Domestic Groceries of the beat brands. R. H. Babbitt. A. fresh importation of Cognise and Cali- fornia Wines, just received at B. H. Barrett's. the World's W. & Qatar k C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 19 October 1873

ifcaasiiiffi spa St. Louis Advertisements. Galveston Adre ■uga ^ i^ni^rrTws hotel BLACK STAB LINE. f * J ft DAILY MEECURY fo an. sister, i TOS, OF JtEMPHIS. ST CHA& 11. JTOETOK. . I'm weary, s>ad and loaeiy now, * There's none to love me here; I press my throbbing, aching brow And wish that thon werl near. Ky heart is longing for the tone To lore's low mecaare set : I cannot still its sad, sad moan. Its loss, low wail, regret. They think thai I am cold and proud. And care not So be loved; But, oh! they know not of the shroud . That wraps tfte heart unloved. They deem not that the cold, proud took Ie bat sssamed to hide— The love I would not give unsought. Whatever may betide. -;J - Scch weary, sad and lonely days, With noee who love me near; I fain would hide from stranger's gaze. To nhed the home-sick tear. THE TWO PICTURES. BY "MEEK." 4 If was the last night of the sea- son at the '-Opera Francaise," and the eUte of the music loving popu- lation of the "Crescent City" had t...

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

SMi •ftmmjmnret?**- ■?*? ; ~ = VOL. VI-NO. 38. HOUSTON, TEXAS. TtTESDAT MORNING, OCTOBER 21. 1873. PRICE, TEN CENTS. a DAILY MERCURY J. II. baker. PBOPBIXTOB. J. H. BAKEB. J. H. WTLSOM B. B. GPIO T. Bmliim,Mimir. DAILT HSSCnRT^r^p!! j^.. WW DAILT MEBOUBT, Six Months II DaILT MEBOUBT, Three Months. « T DAILY WKRCCBT, Oas Heath...... 1 00 WZXSLY MSBCUBY, CUmTsar....„ .... #00 A Ratal «f Krertlstaff. iioa 18 00 $14 00 $18 00 ««* $89 ao| $ae 00 D*Bjj and Weekly X on DaOy rates. Brery other <iay X of Dai'y rates. Weekly X s* OallT AH articles for publication should be sddressed to the Houston Mbbctbt. All Advertisements wl Ocmmaniostions on" business should be addressed te the BMtaeM Committee with Dmh rules will lasers promptness and prevent errors aad delays. Arrival •rK*U aatvestonMstlsntvsasttdSa. a. p.m. aalvestoc Ma*l stosse at t n a. «. a*) «: .«. Mt Orleans Hail tfrrivee at :00 *. a Meaday andfcQOr. K. Wednesday aad Friday. Sew Orleans Hail eioaee at a «. Wefcse- day apd Frid ...

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

m wsit DAILY MERCURY TUESDAY, - OCT. 21, 1873. ■Bra aymc Owing to the press of matter in our paper to-day, a long editorial on the tax question and the report of the Itadical Convention yester- day, we are unable to make any editorial comments upon the nomi- nees made at the County Conven- tion, but will do so in to-morrow's issue st length. '**• DESOCBiTTC TAXATIOif~ YSk BE- PUBLICAN TAXATION, The 8tate Journal in a burst of patriotism, in a flight of eloquence and loffic wonderftil and miraeu- Ions, devotes nearly the whole of a late nnmber to the question of taxes, and gives a tabular compar- ison of the occupation taxes levied by the 12th and 13th Legislatures. We arc glad that the Jovns&tbm done this thing. We are willing for the people to see the two side by side and judge for themselves, for we have no fear's of the results. "*TVe will go over this table as pared and nal, and see it* this 13th Legisla- ture does nokeosse out with colors. ■ We will first notice those occu-...

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

\ 1 TUESDAY OCT. 21, 1813. Beading on every Page. TKNCEHATURC-OCT. 80, J8T3. takes at c. w, pescat ft oo., jeweisbs, M MAM 8TB8BT. L Fahrenheit. S o cj<K*1c, A, H AS tt o'clock, Jfi. - 31 4 o'clock, P, M •••'••*•.- • * • W do'otock. P. *... - W - London Porter and Scotch Ale, Just re- wired at R. H. Barsktt's. Jeweier and Wili'hmaker. S. Conradi, 61 Main street, Jew- eler and Watchmaker. Sam. W. Walton's Bourboa and Rye ■Whisky, set-en years old, with Blue Ribbon attached, just received* Try it, at B. H. Barrett's. Tbe Ch«9«n •*** f And best Pianos at Ilenao Granewald's Music Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Stdnway Pianos. Brass instruments, ae- cordeona, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can be bought cheaper than from any other house in the PoBTiurrcRg.—Lawrence L. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol street, opposite Mr. Groes- beeckr& open all day to the public. Splen- did display of paintings on hand. Chal- lenge competition. * ■; j ang28tL I am daily, receiving a full line o...

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

_-'r ILT MERCURY BERTHA, AI.ICE AM) PAUL. Above, in the wide, old garret. This drearisome, rainy day, I suramon from out the silence >. I fi The ghosts of my childhood gay; the oaken rafters — j Oft echoed in shout and call, Three faces that made life merry, Bertha, and Alice, and PauL Far oil ra yon cobwebbed corner, A tatter-robed dolly sits, Jr|*jg|i? nose most wonderfully battered, And, seemingly, scattered wits. IIow many yearn hath she been there 1 Ah, Bertha I you'd blush to tell, « Wliile the home "out West" safe shelters Those dollies alive <asd tuell! There, dose by the ancient work-box That grandmother used so long, Is a string of rfeaniing sea-shells, Based round by a ribbon strong; E>«t Alice, who wore them blithely, Wears pearls in their place to-day; _ The wife, la name, of a tyrant, Haughty, and cruel, and gray. ~ -* Ah I a warrior'3 sword and trumpet, Aad a cap of wondrous sise 1 Where, under its brim, I almost see The flash of Paul's bonny eyes. . Poor Pau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 22 October 1873

aw m 5«e«£ataM ♦ / flfi/irMT }*.- '1kt- ;4 - - j-v ■• t Ifi iS ?? «' . TT5 ~—~ vol. vi—no. 39. J fct !'£ houston,, texas, wednesday -morning, october 22k1873. i tr j. price, ten cents. DAILY MERCURY .1. ii. bake R. TROPKBeroR. KDITOB8: ,f. M. BAJKJER. J. H. WILSOl* S. B. OCIOW, PAILT moini, Om Tear. DA ILY MBBCUBY, Six Mentha. DAILY MBBGBBT, Three Months..... DAfI T MEBCUF.T, On* fiotih.. WEEKLY MKBCUBY, Oa Tw ,..*10 00 ... s at .. '* ... 1 00 ... tap Rates Mmxu&L «f AtTertfciBjr. Ml StSra other day X of «s 0ayooiil808|t30 °0 $50,00 Ki&2 "MBf- Daily All artfcieeflFpublication should be addressed All Advertisements and Communications on be aWiM>«-4 i<e bmimm Compliance with these rules will insare A pMTflBt errors and delays. all*. Hrrtral GaitrcsteB Mail arrives atS:w*. a. aajs-'oc mi Mall otoMB « «: *. * «d «:• r. *. Hew Ottawa Kail arrives at s)0 a. u, Monday and S:9f t. V. Wednesday aa£ Friday. Sew Oriaeae Mail etoees iF«.-ca a *. Wedne*- iVMifttfir- vt «:« p. K. aa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 22 October 1873

I I DAILY MERCURY WKDXE5DAi7 - * * (Xrr- 22> 18IJ3-; Reading Matter on every COMPLETION OF THE INTER! riOSAE FROM LOKGTTEW TS. J IFFEBS&N. Since the junction and coalition of (he International and Great Northern Railroad Compares, the brazen of vast importance to Going on from Troupe, and the Great Northern. company, it acoun parta untry rich in soil, well settled, and pro- ducing heavily both corn and cot- tan > This country has heretofore sent its trade eastward, toward Shre report and Jeftersoif, haf now, we are hapiiy to my, that i£ is being diverted to its. The ^ Jj tenatiooal goes I^jw^w#Sefl$hairements % Mop"' ' OOO • view, where it .eonaee&H the Texas and Pacific, and tlsere stops. Froic. Longview ^ fat Jeffersoa it is a distance of thirty miles, an easy and practicable route being rertffily obtained Tof the road, along the backbone, or dividing ridge between the waters, of the two Cypresses. Two miles of this roa& beyond Lohgview have already been op«med a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 22 October 1873

ijSirilpS sab ft ®f§ DAILY MERCURY . 'NESDAY QCT. 22, 1873. V Beading Matter on every Page, OCT." 1*£ " MHrir" takes ki a w. psgnTt^k oo.. ntmiBa. SrO Loudon sivecl at Porter aad Scotch Aie, just ro- ll. H, Babbbtt's. Jeweler and gmu eler and Wi 61 Main street, Jew- :er. Sam. W. "Walton's Bourbon and Bye Whisky, seven years old, -with Blue Ribbon attached, Just received- Try it, at B. H. Barbett's. Aad beet ftanoa at Benso Oroneirald's Musk. Store, 38 Main street, sole agent for irwaft'Sr house iatha trade- eto., can any otter Portbaitubb.—Lawrence L. Cohen, Sr., Studio, Capitol street, opposite Mr. Oroes- heeck's, open at! day to the public. Splen- did display of paintings on hand. Chal- oompetition. aug 28t£ am dailr reoeitiag a full One of Foreign Ekpmeaflfe Groceries of the best brands. B. H. Babbett, and A fresh importation of Cogniac and Cali- fornia Wines, just received at 3i H. Babbett's. cyie' flrasm the World'! Messrs, W. ■> Outer k Co., Tuu,il IS, 1873. The Wheelar * W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 22 October 1873

••• /- • • .. ;" •" .• '• . • DAILY MERCURY MEAXTN'G OF GIRLS' NAMES Prances is truly lair, * ^ Berth* ia purely bright Clara is clear to see, Lucy is a star of light, Foliota Ls happy as happy can be: Catherine is pars, • «* B&rbara from afpr. Msble is very fair, Henrietta is a star, Margaret is Miciel i troe: see. Agatha L * J.r. BriT jlaiiida Is a) Susan ia a I Celia i „ , Jfcae a graceful -widow, Beatrice gives delight, Elizabeth- an oath, pure as morning Uc-v: Sophia is wisdom, Letitia is * joy, ■ ■ ■ Adeline a princess. Julia a jewel joy, Bcfioeea is as faithful as'the light* Constance is rescue, Once is a favw meet, Charlotte ig nobility, Harriet an odor sweet, f Abigal Is Joyful as a robin's lay. Sarah is a lady, Isabel is fair, Luanda is consistent, Jemima sounds in the air, . Caroline is noble-spirited and brave: Lydia is well, Judith a soag of praise, Cornelia a harmony,; ^ PriscDia ancient of days. Dangers of the Sea. „,.. £ - - Some interesting and important statist...

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