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

E38 VOL. V-NO. 273. " r?: HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 23. 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. DAILY MERCURY J. II. BAKER, proprietor. EDITORS: J. H. BAKES. J. H. WILSON. B. R. OHKKSBOBOCOH, Bales of Subscription: daily MEBCUBY. (tee Tsu DAILY MERCURY, Six'Months DAILY MEBCUBY, Three Months. DAILY MKBCD&Y, One Month......... WEBKLY MBBOUEY, One Year .$10 00 . 5 35 . S « . 1 00 . 3 00 Bates of Advertising. DAILY. 1 MO. 2*03 aiu>!$i«oo $1800 taoa pToo $80 00 Daily aad Weekly X on other day H at Dally rates, rates. Daily rates. Every Weekly H of Daily All articles for publication should be addressed to *he Houston Ksbcuby. Ajl Advertisements aad Communication! on should be addressed to the Business Compliance with these rules will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. Arrival aatvoatoa Mail arrives at«40 a. k. and S 40 *. v. Oaivestoa Mail close# at 6:00 a. m. and 6:30 r. M. New Orleans Mall arrives at 9:00 a. k. Monday aad 8:00 r. n. Wednesday and Friday. New Odessa ...

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

>AILY MERCURY - JKBSDAY - - - JULY 23, 1813. Chicago is having a great deal trouble with heated corn in her evators. This is, evidently a jvidential retribution upon the eked city where originated the ory that grain must be spoiled its passage through the Gulf. ^ # • • The Pope is not rich as many suppose him. According to Italian journal, the Unita Na- sionale, his private fortune appears to be little larger than the tempo 1 dominion that remains to him. Pontificate seems not to have led anything to his worldly [wealth. All that he owns is his itrimony and the furniture of [ his private apartments in the Vat- ican. The furniture includes a rge and very valuable collection i works of art. He has be- queathed nearly everything to the eldest son of his brother, Count j touis Mastai-Ferreti, the Count's Id by a Princess of the Drago lily. Several special legacies are left to distant relatives and to fa- f orite servants. A bit of romance, a Vermont [ paper says, crops out at Shafts ...

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

DAILY MERCURY WEDNESDAY - JULY 23, 1813. FEMPMATCKK-JtlLY l#i*i 1ST3. AT C. W, PESCAY * 00.. JEWELERS. 81 MAIN flTBZST. Fahrenheit. tooto*. AJL-s«-,-*••• "■*¥• 2 o'clooki M...> 8o 3 o'clock, P. M 88 I o'clock, P. M. ..«........M For Co CANDIDATES. llwk r of the General LwA Office. C to luaoM Oaw. 1. W. a candldtto Land Office, sub- |We are^ WHITFIELD, of And beet Pianos at Renao GnmewakFs Music Store, 98 Main agent Car Stain way Bi$ «irtruments, ao- cordeona, riof« Myos, strings, etc., can be bought chlaper than from any other honae in the tads. TO OVB EXCHANGES. The Mercury will continue to be aent to to AT«iiMigft) ipjWe will pay the po^^^ on every paper received by na, ana oar to pay postage on the Mebodbt. ' J. 9. Bakbb, Proprietor. OCR MISSOURI AGENTS. The Houston Mercury will "* hereafter be represented in the principal <pfceaof K^souri^y A. CL Herr, George D. Ellis and the Hon. Jackson Prouty, gentlemen whom we ynflPBNy recom- mend to confidence of the public. Tn&$ ...

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

AILY MERCURY COMB TO MB, BAKUSO. by josxph bbous. to me, darling. I'm lonely without time and night time I'm dreaming about thee; sight twna and day time in dreams I behold theo, Tnvrelcome the waking which ceases to fold thee. , to me, darling, my sorrows to lighten r | Cease in thy beauty to bless and to brighten; f€ome in thy womanhood, meekly and [ iowlj • j Come in thy lovinguess, queenly and holy. Swullotra shall flit round the desolate ruin, | Telling of Spring and its joyous renewing, ! And thoughts of thy love and its manifold ""Ipwifa, Are circling my heart with * promise of pleasure. Oh' Spring of my spint, oh I May of my bca&m, Shine oat on my soul till it burgeon and blossom; The waste of my life has a rose-root within it, And thy fondness alone-to the sunlight can win it Figure which moves like a song through the evee; , ^ Features lit up with a reflex of teamen, Eyes like the skies of poor Erin, our mother, Where sunshine and shadows are chasing each other. " Smil...

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

VOL. Y-NO. 274. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. Advertisements. Banks and Insurance. NEW PUBLICATIONS. H«teis and Public Bosses. InHnflk Advertisement. *7% DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER. pkopbibtob. EDITORS: j. h. bakbb. j. h. wilson". K. K. CHKEHBOKOl'OH, Rates of Snbseriptlen: DAILY MERCURY, One Tear .....ftt 00 DAILY MERCURY, Six Months DAILY XKBOUar, Three Months DAILY MHBCUBF. One Month.. WEEKLY MXBOUBY, One Yew. 5.39 3 ft 1 00 3 00 Bates «f Advertising. Dally and'Weekly X an Wto J***-.*™** other a*3 % ot Duly rate*- Weekly X of Daily rates. All article* for publication should be addressed to the Houston mkbcckt. "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 ud Pcpartmw ofOaiU. Gkalvesion Mall arrives at 9:00 a. M. and 5:00 *. M> I at 5:00 a. M. and 6:90 Hew Orleans Mall IrrlTes at 9 KJ0a.it Monday and 8:0...

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

DAILY MERCURY THURSDAY july 34, 1873. Tol the Republicans of Harris County. You will take notice that a Convention of Republicans of Harris county, is hereby called to meet at the Courthouse in the city of Houston, on Saturday, the 9th day of t August, 1873, at so'clock p. M., for the s-j^ pnrpoie of electing nine delegates^ to rep- - resent you In the State Convention called to meet at Dsllas, Texas, on the I9fh day of August, 1973. The Convention may also take action upon otMter political matters of importance. The different precincts are re- quested to send full delegations toUfe Con- vention. All persons who desire the unity and success of pure Republicanism in the Staet, ere respectfully invited to attend, and lend iheir assistance, to the end that wise coun- sels may prevail, and that none but men of discretion and patriotism may be selected to represent us. Houston. July 22, 1873. A. C. Rogers, Chairman Republican Executive Commit- tee of Harris county. jy24-6t JUDGE HENRY MA...

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

a DAILY MERCURY THURSDAY - july 24, 1873. miMPEKATOBl — JPLt 83rd, 1ST3. TAKEN AT a W, PXSCAT * 00.. JEWELEBS. 81 MAR 8TBKRT. Fahrenheit. I o'clock, • o'clock, P.M.. .. 78 • ' CANDIDATES. For Commlwionrr of the Geurml Land Office, We m authorised to announce Gen. J. W. WHITFIELD, ot Lavaca oounty, aa a candidate And best Pianos at Renin Oranewald's Music Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Stein way Pianos. Brass instruments, ac- cordeooa, violins, banjos, strings, etc., can be bought cheaper than from any other honsein the trade. TO OVB KXCHANGES. The Mbkcvky will continue to be sent to eveiy paper with whom we have concluded to exchange, vM Ms understanding: Wo will pay tfaepogtage on every paper received by to, aid o6TWrftan fes to pay postage on the Mkboukt. J. H. Baker, Proprietor. ^ ^ OUR MISSOURI AGENTS. The Houston Mercury will hereafter he represented in the principal cities of Missouri by A. O. Herr, George D. Ellis and the Hot. Jackson Prouty, gentlemen whom we can conf...

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

AILY MERCURY M>TE. 1' it BY clara ashley. jWrition fcr the Houston Morcnrj. |So|iiehow vrhea I go to write a rhythm-- J. little rhythm, fresh from my heart, fFrota the depths of my being every time *ie same little wort seems to start; AxJ it comes with a melody jubilant, free, As if from the courts aboTe, |Aad it telleth a tale so sweet to me, And the Kttle word's name is Lore. [ I sit where the billows are dashing white, E Up on the glittering sand; And the moon is throwing its arms of light Round the earth, like a silver band; From the campanile, on the distant shore. Peals sweetly the evening bells, Mingling and chiming with ocean's roar, The same happy story tells. What is it? Well, I think it is this, There's a ship bounding over the tide, There's a clasp—oh! hoy fond—and a burn- ing kiss. And) then, there will be a bride! The bells from the campanile, how they'll ring, k For the marriage, that, crowned by Love, Sets woman's feet on the fiowery earth. And her head in the sta...

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

9 A MX ,'t ?*• -i* jrx . VOL. V -NO. 275. HOUSTON,>ffpXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 25. 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER, pbopbdetob. EDITORS: J. H. BAKKB, J". H. WILSON". K. R. CHEESBOBOUGH, Bates «f Subscription: DAILY MEROOBY, One lur ' DAILY MERCURY, Six Months.... DAILY MKBQOBI, Three Months.. DAILY HERCORY, One Month WEEKLY MKBGURY, On Year.... ...$10 00 ... 5 ... m ... IN ... 3 00 iW .7- Bates of Advertising. DAILY. I Mo.p*og 14w*jeWHLlUioe^ $ B 00 $1* QofsiO oofpo"oo] $ 00 Daily and Wcckiy . other oat % of Daily on Dally rates. Swrj IPe&T « of OAllY to All Articles for publication sbonld bo addreesed Bkubt. Ail AdvcrMtemrrita aad Communications on hrriocee should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with time rules will insure promptness And prevent errors And delays* irrtTkl ul Depaartarw aflUlto. Mail mtvea HIOl. M. mit.-QO *.M. Mail .etoASA at MO A. m. and 6:S0 Haw Orleans MaU aArivea at 9:00 a. K. Monday aad fcOO . s- Wednesday aad Friday...

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

DAILY MERCURY FRIDAY JULY 28, 1813 Ev I m p H> New com and fruit are begin- ning to appear in our market, at reasonable prices. The postal cards, ordered for the Houston office, are now in Galveston, and will reach place to-day, or at latest to-mor- row. ___ The Missouri Republican thinks political peace can best be obtain- ed by the whites abandoning to the colored citizen " the warm Gulf region." We would respect- fully inquire, where are the whites to go ? A Waco man rebuked a friend who piously wished all the {*d—n Yankees in hell," by remarking : "For God's sake leave enough to run a circus."—Waco Examiner. Exactly. The Yankees are excel- lent to amuse the Wacoites here and to keep them warm hereafter. CITIZENS) ATTENTION J In view of the possibility of cholera, or other epidemics, and the condition of the jail, we re- commend the example of the New York Board of Health, who forci- bly demolished the old market houses, an account of which will be found in another column. " S...

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

daily mercury FRIDAY JULY 25, 1813. TiaMKATDRK — WW 84th, 18T3. TAKES AT C. W, PESCAT * 00.. IKWIUB8. 91 MAIN STREET. F h-enJS lt. 8 o'clock, A. M * tt/cJork. P. M 80 CANDIDATES. For Commissioner of tbe General Land OMce. W« in authorise! to annonnea Gen. J. W. WHITFIELD, of 1mm oormty, as a candidate tor OfmmWnniurf t Tb« Chenput And best Pianos at Reoao QruoewaWn Magic Store, 93 Main street, sole agent fur State way Pianos. Bram instruments, ac- eordeons, violins, banjo*. strings, etc., can be booght cheaper than from any other hotuainthe trade. " TO OUK XXGHANOE8. The Meecuet will continue to be sent to every paper with whom we have concluded to exchange, wtifc this understanding: We will pay the postage en eveiy paper received Proprietor. DDK MISSOURI AGENTS. The Houston Mercury will hereafter be represented in the bj-Al/ irow, O. Herr, George D. Ellis and the Hon. Jackson Prouty, gentlemen whom we can confidently recom- mend to the confidence of the public. They will also corre...

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

>AILY MERCURY Saints aad Siaocr.'. pPbere gaea a woman who, loving too mocb, | Somehow or other, perhaps, became * [PiehaM with patches of aoot and smutch— With blotches of aia and shame, nt I think; by the piteous look in her eyes, i Hava yoa seen the oyes of the stricken doe?)| |Thai, down On her heart she moans ana cries " With unutterable woe. Thero goes a cohinm of drcaunapecte; Bee How cleanly and comely and sleek and fair, _ ' Aad, tuato the ultimate degree, * PrM Jtnd proper they are! Ah, wofj&ngt you need not pry nor peck Into their natures for fault or flaw; They are not of your kidney, frail and weak: They are strong, and walk, by the law. But haxkl they have caught a glimpse of (Howkeen they are on the scent of sin!) And the hound in the heart of each asserts Itself—and the pack begin. ; . Bravely my masters I Mangle her now! What to you is her awfal stress? And not in the daylight dare yon avow Pity for wretchedness. There, there! enough "now—handsomely done i (H...

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

■ -, ; " ' VOL. y-NO. 276. '"HOTJSTON,iTEXiS. SATURBAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. DAILY MERCURY J. H. BA.KER, proprietor. J. U. BAKER. J. H. WILSON. K. R. CSEKSBOBOUGH, of SabseripUon: DAILY MBSOUBT. One Year.... DAILY MBBOUBF, Biz Mentha DAILT MXBOUBY, Three Sou tha. DAILY MEBCDBY, One Month WEEKLY MXBOUBY. One Yew .910 00 . 5 23 . 3 TO . 1 00 . 3 00 DAILY, on ana. 1 *0. STBW iMt $14 00 IMt $1800 IIW sam Moa $80 80 n.u. and Weekly X on Daily rates. Every ottglayx ofDtdly«tos. Weekly X of Daily *n article* for publication should bo addressed rotfee Houston Msbcurt AU AdrertieemraU and Communications on basinets ehould be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rales will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. Arrival B<I twp>rtar< of 1 arrive* et :00 a. k. and 5:00 r. *. at 6^0 a. m. and 3 jo who come before him. Mayor Sesnlan works hard for the inter- est of the whole city, and is one of God's noblemen—an honest man. Reform. i.Mai...

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

DAILY MERCURY SATURDAY - - - JULY 26, 1873. THE SUNDAY SCEBCUHY Will contain, in addition /to the Tele- tdgen- , en- Vapid j ; Essay ►tier lit- itic and Southern amount of Ne phic, Editorial, Ix>cal . reading matter, a titled " Skittles," by X The* Can't Get Away by Mrs. Williams, and ezary productions, prose, from the pens o authors. Orders for copies am advertise- ments should be sent early. CORRESPONDENCE. SEWCOMB'S D ST. Speaking of the ai icle which apeared in the Ndtiona Republican, Secretary of State Newcomb says: . If the colored conv ntion failed to indorse Davis it w 3 their mis- fortune. The item c toted above appears in the Admii stration or- gan, and must hare c stthe Flan- agans and Clark mo b than ten cents per line. We are sorry at tl a additional misfortune falling u on the col- ored men. But, as Aey seem to stand it, we presume vat we have no cause to complain, But when a puny little sheet like the Journal, the lews items of which in one I year are less than tha...

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

DAILY MERCURY SATURDAY JULY 26, *373. TKMPKOATCHK — JULY 3«th, UTS. TAKES AT a W, PESCAT ft OO.. XEWELSB8. 81 MAI* STREET. 6o'do'k* A* U lloVstoeft, M .... I JB.... ..•••......•■M.l*.** a u'elork, P. X H 18 i ■ CANDIDATES. mi tbe Oaxnl bud WHITFIELD. of Lnvaee (or Oca J Ml to tbenoitfeeEen at Om. J. W. And best Pianos at Rceao Qronewald'a Maac Store, 93 Item street, sole agent for Steiuway Pianos. Brags instruments, ao- cordeooa, yiotina, banjo*, strings, etc., oan be bought ohoaper than from any other honaa in the trada. TO OUR EXCHANGES. The Mebcuby will continoe to be Bent to every paper with whom we have oonotaded to exnhanga, teitk this understanding: We will pay the postage on every paper received by m, a&u eutMgX* to pay portage on tbe Muodbt. J. H. Bakkk, Proprietor. > / Tbe OUR MISSOURI AGENTS. Houston Mercury will V hereafter be represented in the pritt&jMri cities of Missouri by A. O. Herr, George D. Ellis and the Hon. Jackson Proaty, gentlemen whom we can ewiM...

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

DAILY MERCURY HOYS AND KKJC. SEPtT TO MBS. WILLIAJfS. Messrs. Editors: Mrs. Williams begins and con- cludes an article in your issue of the 24th, with the assertion "that nearly all the sorrow women suf- fer in the world is brought to them by boys and men." Excluding any reference to Conrad, except, to say he evidently believed in the motto, ''sink or swim, snrvire or perish, live or die, I will go it while young." 1 wBi base my plea in Behalf of man (provided you will grant' space for its expression) upon the grounds that men, and I mean by men, those who are entitled to the real signification of the word, more times than tea oat of twenty, have their earthly happiness driven into intolerable melancholy by the faithlessness of woman's vows and instability of judgment, rele- vant to their convictions, about the whereof of the many minor actions of human nature which compose its integral. If wild boys grow into admirable manhood, which ia frequently the case, we are ho more surprised...

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

VOL. Y-NO. 277. HOUSTON, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 27. 1873. IV PRICE, FIYE CENTS. 4 DAILY JJIH EtCURY = J. II. BAKER, PBOPBIETOB- f- EDITOKS: H, BAK KR, J. H. WILSON. K. R. OHEEMBOBOUOH, Bates of Subscription: DAILY MEBOUBY. One leu $10 00 DAILY MEBOUBY, 81x Months 5 28 DAILY MEBOUBY, Three Months 3 TS DAILY MEBOUBY, One Month. 1 00 WEEKLY MEBOUBY, OmY«.......... 00 I - m • ' Bates of IdrertMnit. * DAILY, on qicb. 1 *0. $8 00 3 mos. 16 MO*. 13xofl |1800|t30 001 $ 0Q Dsfly ai iser day and "Weekly X on % of Duly rates. Weekly X of Daily AH articles for publication should be addressed to m awin wmUmx. aw AdverUscmesU and Communication! on traaineetj should be addressed to the Badness "S with these rales. will insure promptness and prevent errors and delay*. Letter From Philadelphia. The Continental Hotel—The Own rt Farm —Porto Milk Md Cream—Texan* on their Northern Tour—B^pnor to a Recent Hoas- tonian—The Centennial of 18?$-VUlt to the Farm of Mr. Sharpleed', President of Jtoeey CaM...

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

DAILY Jiia? JLCURY SrSDAY JULY «, 1873. TEE JAIL REPORT. A Committee of citizens belong- ing to the St. Vincent de Paul So- ciety have visited the County Jail. They corroborate every word we uttered about this pest house, where the eells are so small that those eonfined within them have to take turn about at the grated window to inhale5 a draught of air. In those cells all the offices of nature are performed, says the report, and the inmates strip off their clothing in fee vain effort to suppress the heat. What a state- ment! Great God! and the men who are sworn to do their duty to the eounty make no effort to alle- viate this horrible suffering. Our citizens are the most patient peo- ple. on earth to quietly read such a statement and supinely submit- to the tolerance of this jail. Why, if a man, however respec- table, is accused of any breach of law involving an appearance be- fore a magistrate, and fails to get bond, or has, not the opportunity accorded him of securing bail, he is...

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

DAILY MERCURY % SUNDAY JULY 27, 1813, T KM PR HATURS — JULY 36th, 1ST3. TAXES AT C. W, PE8CAT & 00., JXWIUB8. M MAIN BTBE8T. F*hTech*M T* 84 6o'(tofk A«M>«m. ••* •••••••«••> ;i o'clock. M ... 3 o'clock, P. M ( u'rlock, P. M M rrlrnl K <t fkpkrtan iJamston Kill arrlTM si9:00 a. ■. sad :00 *.«. iaiv*stoB Bail closes «t a. *. aad f-JO r. it" Sew Oilmm Kail aerivas at :€0 a. M. Monday >KMIk kWsdassds* sad W4«t. XnOriMU MMl *m at IM a l day aad Friday.. sad #J0 r. x. Saturday. n>M>al MaW inrtTffl at TtOT 9. u. aad • a. es, «pi Monday. Oeatral Matt close* at S:M A- M. sadt:l( p. v I ft <tmt Northern MaU arrives at IHr. s. International ft Great Northern Matt 8:08 •. U. All Malta ctoae at tba ^uneraofu CANDIDATES. Foe Sheriff of Harris County. .- j- -, <i ■ > We announce LciBtKTK, I office of I ki« t <m, .... ■ of th« co*mtyaa«itTorably known. MANY FRIENDS. Kor CoaaaWtatf «f fka General Lud J- We we aoUwuaed to WHITFIELD, of Lavaca county, aa a candidate t...

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

wS-Hlfl . chsesbobocqh. I tendered hue through. ** jr' 41 :'c. 5"S*.v * ■- ' ' :ty, aweet sixteen, Id care I ween; • all he? hours, I no withered flowers, i glows a flush beauteous blush. i cloud her way, i sad to-day; i in her dreams s alluring gleams; s to her, "come, on me lean;" i Hope's anchor, sweet sixteen. she stands, a maiden rare, ches oat without a fear i life'3 shining, treacherous river, ; so waf es seem murmuring music ever, 1 nothing daunts the joyous mien f hopeful, trusting sweet sixteen. e Wat Our Seisbborhood. i for the Houaton Mercury. "been long here, my len we feel quite such pleasant sur- roundings as we have iti onrstreet. Sew, dont think I'm going to gos- sip aoout soraelXKly's little short- yau do, yon had better down and not read > yon are doomed itment, and I shall be it I have a inaideo aunt who is President (or Presidentess) of a "Society for Protection of and Widowed Cats" in : of 5Tew York, and she pickpocketing of iokj , and none of those who came...

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