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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 4 November 1873

■V DAILY MEBGUBY TUESDAY - NOV. 4, 1873. # (boding Matter <m every Page. TSMPEIIATI'RIC—NOV. 3, 1STU. TAKEN AT C. VP. PESCAT & OO , JEWKEB8. St MAIN STBgrr. C o'clock, A. M 1) o'dock. M * •'•took, P. II 6 o'dock, P. X ..... >thranh*lt. 60 .. 66 .. 63 Jeweler aad Watchmaker. S. Coiiradi, 61 Main street. Jeweler and Watchmaker. The Cheapest Anfl best Pianos at Kanao Grone- watd'a Mafic Stole, 93 Main street, sole agent for Stein way Pianos. Brass instru- ments, acoordeons, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can be bought cheaper than from any other house in the trade Special Cable Telegram from the World's Expaatiioa. . W. E. Carter k Oo-, Houston, Texas : Viamu, Aag. 19, 1873. The Wheeler k Wilson Uuraftctaring CO( has baeo awarded tha Grand Medal for Merit, the 8ml Medal for Progress, end is the only Sawing Murium Company recommended by the International Jury for tbe Grand Piploma of Honor [SfcnaJJ 1. O. WOOD8. Manager. , to Kent, ■ With or without board, for tiro gentle- men...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 4 November 1873

on tlio II A I lit iTl Pl IIiI III Hi I ground, and it became a serpent. And ■ tV « T/^rH aiiid nntn AfnoAfl Put fftftll tllV * s, HOW THE B BY CAMK. BY *A*Y E. BAABLBT. IS?*! Jl night— The She A lovely lady dressed in white; Til teti you all about it. *" They hurried Lea and me to bed, And aunty said, " Now, maybe „ Thfttbnltly mooa rip frverh*& '<} 4 Will bring us down a baby. "You lie as quiet as can be; . Perhaps yonH catch her peeping Between the window-bars, to see If all the folks are sleeping. And then, if both of you keep still, And all the room is shady, fk t the wmdow^iU/ / A bonnie white moon-lady. ^Across the sill, along the floor, V You'll see her shining brightly, Until to comes to mother's door, And ton toll vanish lightly. But in the morning yon will find, If nothing happens, maybe, ,' « 1 # She's left us something nice behind— Ife didn't just believe her thejv' •for anaty's alwaytf chaffitHjj ■' "* Tha. talet she tells tomaand len *• Would nuke yon die a lau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 5 November 1873

4 • •« el fW f •*W. V. ,*, m m&, VOL. YI—NO. 51. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1873. PRICE, TEN CENTS. DAILY HEECITRY J. H. BAKER, proprietor. h. baker. j. h. wilson E. B. 0UI03, Business Manager. Sates Of Subscription: OAluY MIWKIlI.Onelwr.... <10 00 DAILY -MERCURY, 8U Months 5 25 DAILT MERCURY, Three Months. 11* Daily MERCURY, One Month. 1 00 ELY MERCURY, One Yen 3 00 Rates of AdvertMn*. daily. 1 mo. 4jcos Sao*. 111 0—ctob. 9 80 $1400 $1800 $30 pc $60 00 ~D ily aad Weekly X on Daily wton Evwy other day % ofDaily rate*. Weekly X •* Daily rates. -, All articles for pebiteation should be ad- dressed io the Hooaton Msbcuxt. All Advertisements dad Communicationa.on bnsiness should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rale* will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. . raad •eMails. « Hail anin* atSsfti a. «. and 1:00 ?. X Galveston Mail close* at «:« a. m. and #:J r.v. S«« Urlo&na Mail arrives at 9.-00 a. m. Mod- day 4ad 5:00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 5 November 1873

i sf & Daily mercury 11my ,and- - their little ones td their bbgotns, Beading Matter on every Pane. an(1 sif?hiu£ for,the free shores wednesday, - - not. . STATE AGESTf. Ifemrrs. g. r. wlugut and Thos. Johnson are par dtdy authorised agents ]v, (he Stale, ms. JoHirsON vUl gwe his espe- cial attention to Austin and the West AU con/ram made by them for advertising, sub- s&^slssfc'ss 5, 1873. nobilir t&sedm A! D TAILOR, A we make the7 two gentlemen on each ticket plaintiffs and de- fendants because they are. the heads of the .two. patties. This is a-grand issue- joined to h tried before the gijeafc jary the peo- ple. It is well to eoeaider ear©- fclly «*tde ee pro and eon, antl to weigh it calmly and dis- passioBately, "Setting nothing ««« in malicc, extenuating aanghc in affection." we are &r the plaintiffs in the case, because we believe the preponderance of evidence is on their as mkno fh, (ssv whi< poor jh® equal -of the richj ^jchere the only order of nobility w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 5 November 1873

v DAILY MEEGUEY —■—ir ' i ■——iSsbbbbss WEDNESDAY - V ■ NOV. s, I873 Reading Matter ©* ecery Bage, TK iP KATt7a*->a)V. 4, tW3i TAKES AT a W, P28CAT ft (XX. JEWELERS 81 MAIN 8TB S*T. S o'clock. A, M 13 o'clock, V.... 3 o'clock, P. M. I o'clock, P. H. F>hrsnh«it. .*.«*• 60 86 68 ...:.. m Tift SHfllWS 3P. ill* STREET. It u i jf tile Best Btwine1!* In- tercut of the Citv. Jeweler and Watdnuktf. S. Conradi, 61 Main street, sler and Wi Jeweler: Matchmaker. The Cheapest • , . And best Pianos at Renro Grime wald a Magic Store, 93 Main street, sole Agent for Steinway Pianos. Brass inatru- niontfi, acoordeona, vioJin.s, banjos, strings, ate., can be bought cheaper than from any other hanse in the Special Cable Telegram from the World'* "*. , K . W. X. Outer A Co.. Houston, TSxas : Viajrui, Aug. 19, 1873- k Wilson ManufSeluring Co ( >Wi awarded the Grand Medal for Merit,' fet Progress, Mid is (he oely iXanpany recommended by the Jsey for tbe Grand Diploma of J.,0. WOODS. Manager. Ferah...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 5 November 1873

Banks and In' it ranee. THE MAGICAL. ISLE. 3V BEX J. T. TAYLOR* Oh. a wonderful stream is Uic lliver Time, And a broad<f|s#6«p $*dMs*r|i sublime, As it blend* with tho ocean of rears. How the winters are drifting like flakes of snow! Andftti sfcm^erslb inds gottiln J And ttte yearju the sheaf—so they come and they go * f : On the river's breast, wifititf ebb audii Afttfceygfide in the. shadow and sni ■-tri-?? ^miiiilN £*** There's a magical isle np the River Time, Where the softest of airs ate playing; r? A. rv* And a voice as sweet as a vesper chime, AaS the Junes with the roses staying. And fee name oiftia isle is the Long Ago. A ad we bury our treasures there; There are brows of beauty and bosoms of There are heaps of dust, but we loved them ap1 . .. ( , , \:rtptj: There are trinkets and trusses ofhair," * There are fragments of feeng "thatifobc^ aingty 'Uiti .■ And a part of . «■ ia^tnt-'a.prayer, ' There's a harp unsweptand a like without strings. There are broken vows and p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 6 November 1873

03 a& A 3uO aliT r r t tit dijfc VOL. VI—NO. 52. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1873. PRICE. TEN CENTS. DULY MERCURY ■T. H. BAKER. •tl rt*H}''iPBOPEHT(HWhii u f i KDITOKS: .r. EC. BAKER, J. H. WILSON e. m> Bstes f Subscription : ^ MILT ME SOU BY, One Tsa^......... ..*10 00 DAILY KSRCCBy,.8U Months 5 25 . UAiLT MRROBRT, Three Months. 3 75 DAULT MRBCCBY, One Month. 1 00 WRrittfr MtSCUfcft<tam*e«ri^;.i... 100 DAILY. Daily ratce. ' All articles for publication should ba ad- dreaeed co the Houston Mkrcubt. AU AdverrtsemeriU and Communications on should b« addressed to the Business Compliance with these roles will Insure promptness and prevent errors and delavs. • tti'i* Mail r. m. ifle. *•<& *. art 1:00 at «tM ai *. and &S p. u. - _ 4 Raw Orleans Mill arrfvea at 9:0O a. M. Mod- fey asd 5:00 r. a. Wedaeeday aad Friday. Sew Orleans Mall doses at 5.-CO A M. Wednes- day aad Friday., aad •*> #. au OatasAay. Osatzal Mail arrivea at 7:00 r.a. and 6 a. « ap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 6 November 1873

DULY MERCURY THURSDAY, not. 6, JUDGE JAMES MASTERS© The "State Journal of^thelsd iost., contains an indent a%d , ' . . , — * correspondence moroacious attack upon tuisesti- f^ ^ , ,,. , inable gentleman and accora- ge., fAft ^ss wasonte so harcly as to immtpiw umjiflgu a1 lion. f ?Th8 lios began to Bhwr his teeth, acd to stomach the affiront; bnt upon second thoughts; -Well! (says he) jeer on, and be an ass still. Take notiee only, by the way, that its the baseness of your character that has saved your carcass." p ' , When scoundrels ate insolent to their superiors, contempt is the only honorable revenge,'and the lion was in the right not to cast away M6 tfteple&Stirc upon an ass, where there was only reputation to be lost, and none to w[j *v / Of course, Judge Masterson, cannot degrade himself to the rMi'WTS J ' > HO JW We refer to this libel upon the good name and fair: fame of a- worthy man and just judge moTi* ia appr^i atari wVr-rP. abbs* mm™ furnish the data, which to, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 6 November 1873

w f Pit-Historic Amcrfrn MPROVERENTS ABOUT fm - NOV ; ;aR? SP li K TIMPSRATVKK-NOr. 5,IST3. TASKS AT C. W.'PESCAY *00,. JBWSIBHS. M MAIS 8TBEBT. -• * aroUrk, A. M . .. u o'clock, M...:.;.....;® 9 o'clock; PI M . >• • •• •• 6 o'clock, P. M J^'^r and Watchmaker. S. Conradi, 61 Main Jeweler and Watchmaker. F hrenh«lt. 60 61 60 street, And taet Pianos at Renio Qrane- wtld e Music Store, 93 Main street, sole agent lor Stein way Pianos. Brass instru- ment* aecordeoas, violin^ banjos, strings, etc., can be bocght cheaper than from —3^e trade any other bouse in the 1 (MlTtbtnai from the World's SttKt W. K. Carter A Ok, Houston, Texas : • YimntA, Aug. 1873. TAe Wheeler k Wilson Manufacturing Oo.f has been warded the Grand Medal for Merit, she Oread Medal lor Progress, end is the only Sewing Machine Oompany reoomieended by the tatercational Jury for the Grand Diploma of Boaor. [Signed] I. O. WOODS, . Maaagnr. Furnished Boom to Bent, With or without board, for two gentle- men, on Congress s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 6 November 1873

iin mm. wtn$ nil'#1 "miii"" " DULY MERCURY tobacco. B¥l MB*h> W%1£J^MS. « Shade of Sir Walter Balelgb, what is this t My new silk ted wid stained, ruined and wrecked, by what t That abomi- nation of desolation, tobacco juice.* , " Well, madam, why don't yon my favour dress , out, of f " Out of your way, indeed! Why don't you keep your tobacj co juice out of the way of my dress t I was not thinking of you when I took my seat in this car." ,v j >-.t# i "Well, and I was thinking of you, madam. I heard you rust- ling in, arrayed inyoar elegant silk dress, and, as you are rather pretty, I. thought I would remark io i j?u, it was a pleasant mormng. My mouth was fall of tobacco, which I nat- urally ejected before venturing to address you. Tour dreSs hap- pened to be in the way, and-*-you know the rest. Some "of these days, you will. doubtless, pur- chase another just as handsome as the one you now wear." ,Yes, sir, which I presume some other masticator of the abominable weed will tre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 7 November 1873

■ JMJWWriWU. Ijnr y\«r \ -• Tf >"♦ 4 Y '4 .1 K> K : «. ' V st>h^ ^aO ••;a^rirtTi.K.iu SS «P^3RS*=8 --flPsd^AWSBWleeiWWs "«f I ISA VOL. VI—NO. 53. HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY * MOENING, NOVEMBER 7, 1873. PRICE. TEN CENTS. ———, 'i > DAILY xKEECFET .... . f - r. 3^. B^KER, KDITOKS: '".I. II. BAKER. J. H. WILSON E. B. GOIOJf, 1 1'* **«"•• ry^ .. .BatesJfSabwriptfons * OilbV MESCOBT, One 14A*...........JW 00 DAILY M2BCUBT, Six Months 5 * MEBCTJBT, Three Months. 1 74 DAILY Una,., 100 day* of Diilr rate*. Uy rate*. Weekly % <** *11 articles for publication should be ad- irsesed to the Hoaston Mkrctst. Ail Advertisements and Oommunicstions on > Mines* should be addressed to the Buslnsss Compliance with these role* win insure iromptness and prevent errors and dalars. 1s'*-M . M. dtlrtricm Hail shtsOO A.*.and«:00 it IM ti te. Ml W Sew Orleans Hail arrives fct :0fr a. *= Mo"- 4ay *nd 5:00 i>. *. Wsdssaday and Friday. Sew Orleans H^l closes at 8:00 a M. Wednes- day'* d Erldsp„aa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 7 November 1873

5ayou City Iron TOprki C3hp^AT^tN" infhctarer of TEXA*. DAILY MEECUET friday, NOT. 1, 1813 Procrustes had a bedstead which he fitted everybody wl lay upon it. If they wer^ tof long he cut them off to the right; length •, if they were too short he stretched them out Bob. Tay- J«% who aapires to be Lieatei^t* Governor of Texas and preside over our State Senate, who is the nominee on the Radical ticket, has a conscience simUac in. char- acter to this bedstead. Hems everything to it We meart a political conscience, of course, for we have naught to do with anything else than his public career. He fitted Whiggery to this conscience once in his pafeKe life, and was, ©h i so t rue a Whig that he wouldn't live in anything else but a log cabin, and drank nothing but cider (ex- cept on the sly.) > He fitted Kaow-i^ofchin gi&m to . .thia oon- aeience afterwards, and swore none bat Americans shouid be on guard; that the Catholios must rear their shrines ©tt other shores than these, inust ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 7 November 1873

DAILY MEECUEY FRIDAY. - : M NOV. t 1873. Reading Matter on every Page, xcnpfBAToas-Kor. «, **• TAXES AT C. W, PK8CAT kOft, < 81 MATH HTBBWT. • e'ck*-k, A. ■ . 15 o'clock. M a o'clock, P. X... So'elcch.T. M... 67 •T , 71 M Jeweler nd Conratii, 61 ler aad Watc Main street, atehmaker. wild •to- ran Pianos at Renio Gnme- i, 93 Main street, sole Pianos. Brass iastra- vioMns, _ be bongfat cheaper than from is* in the the World's r*W. .Cs tw^B. yum, Aug. 19.1873. Tkt Wheeler & WHaon Msnutecturing Co., hssbsea twM the Grand Msdal far Merit, the Or** tor tiugasss, and te ths only i Company recommended by ttie j«ry to* the Grand Diploma ot I. O. WOODS. With or without board, for two gentle- men, on Congress street, near Internation- al and Great Northern Railroad Depot. Address P. 0. Box 203. f , ! I -M —— NOTICE. The Democratic candidates for the Sen- ate and, Legislature of the 14th District, and* District Attorney for the 19th Judicial District, will address their fellow-citizens of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 7 November 1873

ICtfRY MY OU> CANOK. BY W. F. TCOLE. 'Neatii the brushy underwood, In the twilight's beam; Near the vine-garnished bank.", Of a winding stream; floating sweetly on the crest, Of the waters bine; " Clad in graceful drapery, Bests my old canoe. Down that winding little stream. Oft in days .gone by; I've manned that lovely Waft, 'Neath an azure sky— Shooting down the currents gay, O'er the waters deep: i Alonkaido the grassy Mvanl. Of the hilly steep. — - •'fey i-? ' On its banks of moss and fern, In a cottagei brown; Dwelt once a sprightly miss, With cheeks plump and round— In the tranquil shades of eve, In STHWfc fadeless ray: J« " I're seen her bright sylphia form. - O'er the meadows stray. Withered leaves—brown and sere Tint the evergreen: And a mournful gleam of light. Lurks around the scene— I see the clouds gather low, _ I hear the'owl's •' too-hoo And ft gloom of murky mist, Shades my old canoe. ' Hocstos, November 5, 137.1. mm A Woman Preacher. BY MBS. WIL1JA3I^. .✓:!oji? '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 8 November 1873

VM ! ft TT I VOL, YI-r-NO. 54 HOUSTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1873. PRICE. TEN CENTO. DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER, .1. li. BAKXR, J. 3a. WILSON K B. GOTO*,! of Sabdcription: BAM.Y KBBCUBY. One Iwt $10 00 DA1W MEBCTTRT. Six Months 5 * DAILT KEBGBBY, Three MonUu. * TC DAILT MX&CUitY, Ona Month.. 1 00 WBBXLY MEBCTIEY. Ou TSnr......... > 00 DAILT. Delly sad Weekly * on Daily wtos Every ither day % of Daily rates. Weekly X of Daily rates. an article* far publication should be ad- All Advertisements aad Communications on should be addressed to the Budaees Compliance with tbeee rules will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. TTTT- Arriral ids. •Jatwaton Hill iMm «t 903 a. a. sd«« *. a- «j . ,,, Galveston Kail ctoees at tM a. a. and H r.n. * Ua .« ( Sew Orleans Kail arrive* at 8:06 a. *. Kon- day and 5:00 . s. Wednesday isd Frtd^f. Hew (Means Kafl closes** •« *■ Wednes- day end Friday., and 0 >. *. Bstuwtey. Oentral Kail arrive* at7:00 r,*. and I a. X. ex *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 8 November 1873

* •a? DAILY MERCURY saturday, . nov. 8, 1873. Notice.—Five . Hundred citi- zens of Houston most respect- fully petition the Honorable Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the city of Houston, to fill up the mfities on Main ' street, in the^nfcral and business por- to be made into mud- when the next rain shall come. To be at- tended to as soon as delinquents pay their taxes, Where now are the hundred thousahd poor children who hare been going to the public schools {or the jwat two years ? Where are now the faithful teachers who taught these children? The Coke De- mocracy have defrauded and nearly rained them.—Stat* Journal. Well, if that is not about.the coolest, most impudent thing Wis ever read! We have heard of a man's having as much cheek aS a Government mule, but this sur- passes the mole business. We venture the assertion, and we are satisfied we can prove it, that all the children in the State -put together, white and black, who ever went to a public school will not exceed ten thous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 8 November 1873

REWARD. Beat, Etc. BAHiI MERCIRY SATURDAY - • - - NOV. 8, 1873. I'SXPKBATtaX-SOT. i, 1873. TAXES AT a W, PESCAY * (XX, JXWKLSB8, 81 main struct. o'clock. A. X . 13 o'clock, X 3 o'clock, P. M.. $ o'clock, P. M.. NnwMt. 58 M ... ... tl n Jeweler end Watchmaker. S. Conradi, 61 Main street, Jeweler and Watchmaker. Til* ChMpM And beat Kudos at Bexuo Grune- urald's Music Store, 98 Main street, sole agent for Sssmuray Pianos. Braes instzn- ments, acoordaona, violins, banjos, strings, •to., oanbe bought cheaper than Iran any other house in the trade- *<kwU1 Cable Telegram ft-om the World's r. & Outer a Co., Houston, Texas: Tunu, Aug. 19,1873. Wheeler ft Wilsaa Msaufoeturing 0o.f awarded the Grand Medal fsrMarit| I Medal lor fmitM, ad la tk only i Company recommended by the Jary (or too Grand Diploma et \ j. a woods. t'nmta&ed Boom to Seat, "With or without board, for two gentle- men. on Congress street, near Internation- al and Great Northern Railroad Depot Address*?. O. Box 208....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 8 November 1873

! r ! JT " New Orleans Adr Banks and In>nr aaee Galvrsfon Advertisement*. St. Lonls Advertisements. DAILY MEEGURY fashiojT notes. K&W'Yorx, Oetobfc ® Editors Houston Mercury: The charming weather of the last week proved most auspi- cioustoi AeimHlSnors who favored us with an endless number of "openings." These expositions were % feature of the week, and ladles hovered around the charming chwpmw on exhibition 8, B. M'COTCHXK. W. A. HAGOOD. ; McCUTCHEN & HAGOOD, (Successor to McO&tehen ft do.) St j Cotton Factors, Grocers, General Commission Merchants, Agents for Orange Powiler Comptnf, Soa. XI ai.d .13 Milam Street, Sbrcveport. - ' * ' Louisiana. Cosmixnmcnti of Cotton, Wool, Hide#, Pd- Commission Merchants, Wholesale Dealers in Groceries, Western Produce, Ffontatirm Supplies, "* | i>fe &■ r« Wood $ Willow Ware, ab^ mimufocturers of Tin utd Sheet Iron Ware. Agents for PRATT'S Improved Cotton aim. ; : He. a ob Iht Uw, Xhreveport. L . ang28-5m . _ JAMES JEL ARNOLD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 November 1873

wH, . V-0 ' v- sC- "•'--v. •; liiPpp|jp9nB| Safe -*^-C";«rr*wrs<(B«e gs VOL. VI—NO. 55 HOUSTON, TEXAS. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1873. nm v* <tt f a rr^ni ST TT A tt t si UtiJliirP iit rAH * tfS'ftl PRICE. TEN CENTS. DAILY MRCUEY J. H. BAKER, , FBOFMEroB- EDITORS: .1. fi[. BAKER, <J. EL WILBQ3S? E. B. guiom, ] ' Rates of Subscription: UAILi HEBOUBY, CMS ?nr . 10 00 0AU.Y KBBCtBT.Sh Moatha......... 5 25 DAILY MSBCBBY, Three Months. 3 « MXKOTTHT, Ons Month.. 1 00 MBBOUBY, One Tew 9 00 Bates of Adrertisia#. daily. ;i ao.;axos. m ja w)i i*Q0[ i8 00i$a0 oo $60 00 All article* for publication should be ad- dressed the Houston Merccbt. Ail Advertisements sad Communications on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rales will Insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. Arrival 3 aires ton Mail uiiw at :00 *.*.and«;QC . *" Galveston Kail doses at 8:00 a, m. and 8:8 r.x. Sew Orleans Mail arrives at 9:00 a. m. Mod- day *ed 5:00 r. *. Wednesd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 November 1873

, MM DAILY MERCURY EUSDAY, - - - NOT. 9, 1873. HISTORY. iter bete a The organ of Ashe and Weat- eott, a paper lately edited by the forcible and spicy Dan MeGary—but now e«ii not, since its transfer, had a word to say in the interest of Coke, Hubbard and the "State and District ticket. But has been run solely in the interest of Ashe and Westcott. Its issue last evening was de- voted exclusively to the abuse of Sheriff Hall, having seven separate attempts to grind out the-same tune upon the Ashey of gate. The attacks upon Sheriff Hall tirSllie wasp bites, of Interested politicans, the expressions of partisans, and not the personal opinions., of any disinterested editor. As theAge is now run it would be "fools service to defend one who siaml* above attack" Sheriff Hall has beeu a resi- dent in Harris county for seven long years. He came here pos- sessed of large real estate and a surplus bank account, and one of his first acts was the loan to two prominent Democrats of Hous- ton the su...

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