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

& IVA TT,Y MERCURY /■ s •*-'if WL- o © si S 3D Vg In S? SATURDAY * NOT. 15, 1813. — TSMrEHATCaS-NOV. 1*, 1CT3. takes at c. w. pxscay aoq., jeweijbbs. 81 MAIN ST&EET. 6 o'clock, A. X ... 12 o'clock, M • 3 orflk>di t.•• «o'«toekif. X. Fahrenheit. ...1. 43 67 64 Jeweler d Watchmaker. * S. Coaradi, 61 Main street, Jeweler and Watchmaker. And beet Pianos waid'fc 3fn The Cheapest : _ at Renxo Grune- fasic Store, 93 Main btreet, 8ole agent for Steinway Pianos. Brass instru- ments, accordeong, violins, banjos, strings, eta, eanbe bought ciuaper than from any other house in flu trade. Special Cable Telegram from the World's ■ " on. © 5C . S3" O w m a 1] ^ Messrs. W.m. Carter A Oo., Houston, Tbxm^ ~ The Wheeler A Wilson Manufacturing Oo. St hasbeea awarded tbe-Grcnd Medal tor Merit, the Grand Medal for Progress, and is the only - jtU S«wlng Machine Company reoommended by the © International Jnry foe the Grand Diploma f H I So|oa L ^ ' 4 * ■ [Signedj '. a WOODS. ig^r-jar*. S ■ ■ •P*...

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

MEECUSY -YKA] SS04A3 Wonder If oak end maple, \ .^TlWtadelai andal,1'si t Are stirred at heart by the coming (>{ the day thdr Sftives mast fall. Do tiiey think of the yellow whirl Or know of the crimson spray That shall be when chill November Bears all their leaves awav ? n ' Perhaps—beside the water The Willow bends serene Ajwben her young leaves g^aned Ih a miirf of golden green. But the brave old, oak Is flashing-, To a wine-red, dark and deep, , .a^iasit#*. . for tlte work they have form, aad can decide the cal utility of the varion S awarefc prizes to the exibita - - 4 is difficult to calc amount of good done cohtestaL ;Jn the first pi .^e^he only public trials of irtdi*M engines in this country, and by -the tests applied at the brake indicator, diagrams taken at work, much instruction given, not only to the general public, but also to the manufafc-. ' " engineers themselves, w!3e. pufchasers of tackle have means pufc' into their hands banei iQ ?') J And maple and elm are bl...

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

M mm © ae * c9^ © - CL3D 3B OT 8€* j. ,1 / '1 f* I i I i i ^ '.I—L. —L_ .11 Ti KAilU ; ■ - -—- i ■ - * i fr:« ; j ym«I f><H (i !; a# .id. a *n "•' ! '■ l.;.iS= I VOL. VI—NO. 61 .•ii,.'i -i I5? r:!<ji!ri:]il H <fl!1<l 111 ' HOUSTON, TEXAS, SUNDAY &OKNING, NOVEMBER . 16, 1873. IA. PRICE. TEN CENTS. t DAILY MERCERY ***-— •T. 'Si © 8 S H. BAKEE, PROPRIETOR. U rs t BY TELEGRAPH ■" ">• *• «/ i Ml f'tH'V? i. I U . >'■: • ■ y •••: •; flwW mkwuy. EDITOK8: .1. II. BAKKR. J. H. WILSON E. B. GOTO®, ] fc I Bates ®T SBtaeriptten t DAILY MEBCUBY, Oh Year DAILY MEBCUBY, Six Months ~ DAILY MERCERY, Three Months..... a-' DAILY MERCURY, On* Month.. © - WEEKLY MERCURY, Ou Y«ar OD£ «-T— Daily aadWwiUyX • Drily WtM Every _ outer dvX «' DaUF «*«■ Weekly X «* " - "tf~~aiTTr. T aa-E^r A O 3 Afl-'gcua WT pgEBBKMI ghuuld lit ** drNud m (be Eon* ton Vnccxx. J3 X I the -.00 I ■Houston Afl bOfliMJMl Z Maa&gtii. Compliance with these relet will insure 2 ■ promptness tod prevent errors...

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

SHSBIS T DAILY MERCTJEY SUNDAY, - . NOT. 16, 1813. ANOTHER REPUBLICAN JOURNAL "THISXS DATIS WILL BE DEFElTEB." The Xew Orleans Republican is fclie rccogaized organ of the National government in ana. It is noted for its faithful adherence to party measures, and never fails to eulogise a Republi- can, no matter from what State he may hail. In an article, in its issue of the 12th, it thus criticizes "Governor Davis and his organs;" if Governor Davis were a sagacious man, he would pay ncfc indiscreet organs of the party as the An?tin State Journal to suspend until after the election.^ For it is plain to a sensible man that it is se- riously imperiling the interests of the man it professes to Sftpport for re-election. We regret to have to say that the average tone of Republican journalism in the Lone Star State is of a very low order. Thetf Mat hold ia "going for" any one that stands in the way rather than leading their friends forward with a strong hand. we have a copy .of. the Journal ...

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

HggHli MBf1 MS 4 tfggagi BASIS mm a do&-c, c. K* UtSflfi. yjy: ■ mi.* of i**e, Alexander s&A Jtswceasb, «ut-i -f\A Sutfflti yttfft&i* i^o Wvii the Aotoitoui <*£ ",nd. •«&.' S > leogaifaMa to tie re- peetod personal attacks, not only wgnaj lat^lv accused Judge JflMte8*i ' w%1ow, rWl^TTil X son of making application for the office be now holds. This is falsa. Believing that Judge Oliver -was about to be appointed district, the leading members, of the [■•, Galveston ana Houston Bar, requested tha^ ^ 'he all**} use Ms' name. The brother' is refe^ted^is harfrng used Ma exertions toseeure first, the consent of Masterson T aotd then hta appointment. It IS-weil known to every lawyer in this to give this district to Oliver, and that he tendered-Judge Ma* thatMasterson replied: "TMS district or-none," as he "would accept, no appointment, exeept byeonsent M *$& bac^j Davfcti tool t: again accuses Jadgfc Jfratersen bf end aU&eads of Davis. from a private letter to ...

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

TO HOUSTON MXBCCSY. A FROM HABRISBURG. Habbisbub^N-ov. 8. We hare two cases of yellow fever here, one taken yesterday, Prentice Davidson, and one to- day, !*• An trey, condnctor. Werner very warm and unfa- vorable, and great fears enter- tained of the fever spreading. K. lUjocitr- Baltimore, Nov. 7.—Demo- cratic majority in this city, 14,419. XaeiM Democratic.. Kansas dispatches say eighty- seven legislative districts heard re the Opposition 61 and iblicans Senate of 20. _ Wm Eepul BiCHSroKD, Nov. 7.—-In 78 and cities heard from, s Conservative net gain on waikecta majority, nearly 4,000. JAoksok, Nov. 7.—The returns ome in alowJy, only twenty-three conn ties have given a full report. It gives Ames a majority of 26,517. Those counties always go Republican, and when official counties, the majority wiii, per- haps, be somewhat less than now estimated. The vote is very light everywhere, lie Repub- licans have "a good majority in both branches of the Legisla- is- < is$£fS§i Havana, N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 16 November 1873

0C st ■ 5 ® THE NECESSITY OF IMPROVING ATT D • fl f< ** i© Ottt AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, O I 5 i. jm ltertfflned i I: *. i article i. L. S. Bearce lias entertained as an hour or more upon the agri- cultural condition and prospects of the country, With the present mode of farming,he thinks we may not expect any material increase in popu.ation or wealth, or de in and for out lands, until we learn and practice the necessity of growing at home a variety and an j&mndagce of food products tor men and beasts. A varie- ty and cheap food are the only at traction tor large immigration. Popnlation is the only source oi wealth to a country, We produce cotton and sugar almost exclusively, and import &f>m the West' the bulk of the food that is consumed to grow this cotton. . This food is in hands that demand their own price, to which are added com- missions and profits. This makes it very dear when ft" gets to the consumer; while on the other hand,forthe cotton and su- gar made to pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 16 November 1873

& New Y«rk Banks and Insurance. Uutrcslon Advertisement". St. Louis Advertisements. New Orleans Advertisements. NOTICE. DAffiT MEECHET Of all lis i ; of the mind, Pre 0i logic douni to fishing, There Isn't one that jam etui find 8® vary cheap a-*m feting f A very cboice diversion, fe o, , 4 * Aad uofc, wa are apt to do, Pervert Stand abuH - it. I ¥.'ish—a cotomots wish indeed— ay purse was somewhat filter, That 1 might cheer the child of need. And not my pride to flatter. That I might make oppression reel A.-i only gold can make it, And break th • tyrant's rod of steel As any geld can break it _ : I wt-fa—that sympathy anl lore, ?- A ad every hnman passion That has its origin abo*p, 'fegij Wouldcome andke^piafashion. TLat score,a d je-iloasy and h*t* And every base emotion, " * Were buried fifty fathoms deep '.*" li i eath the waves of ocean. I wish that friend* were always true, And motives always pure ; I wish the good were not so few, I wish the bad were fewer, ah that person...

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

aaori — .11 f 'IW 2 VOL. VI iu .'*'■ ■NO. 62 HOUSTON, TEXAS, TUESDAV MOENING, NOVEMBER 18, 1873. PRICE. TEN CENTS, DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAE3 B.' PBOPBITOIB., i ; iu«nl 2 KDITOBH: 5 J. H. BAKSB. J. H. WILSON 93 —1 ^-1 K. B. GUIOW, J BYTELEGRAPH SPECIAL TO HOUSTON HKHCI HY ..-tn ,} GRAND GALA DAT! His Majesty Comus <m ,Ameri- can S0i!« , -1 : ,i ? Bates of Subscription: DAILY MIBCUBY, Om Tsar <0 DAILY HXBOUBY, Six Months 5 25 DAILY MBBOTBY, Three Months. 1 TS DAILY MEBCUBI, One Months 100 VSKKLY KZBODBY. OB* T«r >00 Betes «f UrortMag. UUSt- « 41 &&***> ids vIoQ other D*ur AU irttr.lm fnr jBaSBi nhnwlil h« dressed to fbe Hoaaton JCxbctrt. UtMgw. Compliance with these rule* will insure promptness and prevent errors and deists. Arrival teivastoa Kail arrives at IsW a. *- aaJ8:00 r. v. at a. sfc-;and 14 *ew Orleans Mall arrive* at8« a. m. Mod- day cd fcOO r. k. Widaaailiy ai Sew Orleans Maflcioses at <40 a * M r.-oo *.a.i asptlftaato.) (>*-.• iu mi idu V'.i < a...

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

DAILY MERCUBY TUESNDAY, - - - NOV. 18, 1873. ™dbIwikg to a closf. ~ The campaign in this State is fist drawing to a close. In this city we have listened to the speeches of Judge Coke and Co). Hubbard, the recognized leaders of the Democracy, and Colonel E. H. Taylor, the brains on, ■ the £tate Republican ticket We personally knew the men before they spoke to our citizens and, threw whatever of influence the paper possesses in favor of the Democratic can- didates. That we were consci- entious in-so doing, no impartial reader of our articles will for a moment doubt. We have fur- nished reasons satisfactory to our own conscience for our acts. They have been copied over the whole State, which satisfies us of their cogency and lorce, as it did the press which re- printed them. A loud echo of our sentiments has reached here Hn New York, Ohio and other The Republican party has found that its dead weight of venality, dishonesty and corrup- tion has broken the chain which supported its ancho...

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

DAILY MERGUBY NOT. 18, 1873. 3 © 58 s U s W> a f tu ^npay TBIIPKBATORC-xot. 14, 18T3. TAKEN AT C. «, pxiicAT * oa. amaa si xAOi nam. F*hrenh«lt. S e'clork, A. K 13o'clock, M 87 9 o'cIocSl,P.1c...«...>..*....* « m« 69 8 o'clock. P. M A4 Jeweler ud Watchmaker. S. Conradi, 61 Main street, Jeweler and Watchmaker. "Tr'nTTalilsTHliigiaiii n mil lli ii TTr-"*- Meesrs. W. B. (tarter * Co., Houston, TAxse : Viujia, Aug. 19,1873. Tba Wheeler A Wilson Manufacturing Co. haaheea (warded the a rani Medal far Merit, the Grand Medal for Progress, snd li the only Bowing Machine Company recoaaaeaded by the International Jary for the Grand Diploma of Hoc or. * [ / [Signed] J. a WOODS. itpRent, With or without board, lor two gen- tlemen, on Congress street, near Intern- aation&l and Great Western Railroad De- pot Address P. 0. Box 208. And best Pianos at w aid's Music Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Stein way Pianos. Brass instru- ments, aooordeona, violins, baqjoe, strings, etc., can b...

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

New Orleans St. Lonis Adrertlsemeiits. DAILY MERCTJE Banks *M Issnrttier. Gslretton Adrer NOTICE. HK ( ITT BANK OF HOr*T< \ amor Mlg boy friend, and try to frame out life for him. We try to think; quivering lips refused heart. And yet it -i OLD LETTEBS. TOM CAXTON. What a peenhnr and delightful ©harm there is about the- little pack- age of letters that we bound with fil- lets of blue aadaeariet silk, and hare kept until "they b&rti be^om&haliowed by the lapse 01 years! Whatstraugely bright memories and queer fan frame themselves in oar minds, gftth'drTip tJWse'little packaged more! Here is one written by the hand of a little playfellow, awaj 1 in tffbsa "Sappy, Doyish days to w! a long lane of memory reaches, as we unfold the pages, we wo where he is and what has been his lot in life. We hold the little letter, written from the higher school, andj looking into the dying embers of oue winter fire, go back into the past, to the old summer playground, to the ice bound pond, ...

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

' p ■ , - «r«# it *r A iH H U k; ♦ XiM I XI. 1 ** ^ W j HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1873. TBN CENTS, e s I s •S3 as i S§ ► £ 5 st 3 3D S3 ® W DULY MERCURY J. H. BAXEE, , yCFROFBIETfOB. KDITOB^:" ' " J". H. JB AKER. J". B- WIL8QJJ K. B. OOIOS, Rates of Subscription: DAI Li MEROCBY. One Tew 10 00 DAILY MERCURY, Biz Month* fi 38 DALLY mOBU, Three Months. 3 75 DAILY MKBCUBY, One Month. 1 00 WEEKLY MERCURY, One Yew 3 00 Bates «C Advertising. DAILY. II KO. 3x08 3 XOS.J6 xos-jlSxoa <m Daily rates. W AU dressed c?Tffie All AdverBsementa sad dommuulcationa on bosiaess -abooU* be addressed to th« Business Compliance with' these rales 'will insure promptness and prevent emirs and delays. * rrtTSl aad fMpartore orOaUi. Islretttm Mail arrlvee at IKX) a. a. and 8:00 . 1L jalveaton Mall doeea at 6:00 a. x. and 4:3 r.s. y«w Orleans Mail arrives at #HK a. x. Moil. >U- iod 8:00 r. v. Wednesday and Friday. N.= Orleans Mail closes at 8:00 a M. Wedne - ixj sad Friday., and fe3 ...

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

DAILY WEDNESDAY, . nov. 1$ 1813. men, these vast utilized, and escribed by Long- the most beautiful 'i sns ahines reality an earthly free to the sons of men froa%every clime. _ _ i* j The question—"What will we geons with perpetafi lowew aid do Wlth itr> ^ remain un. brilliant with the filuiaagft ^ Congress meets lfRATIWILL WE DO WITH IT! " W!- Twenty-five years or so ago, Longfellow described Cuba as "the "Garden* of Uiu *WMl, uor- inntimerable birds, beneath whose glowing sky the teeming earth yields easy and abundant harvest to the toil of man, and which whose capacious harbors invite the commerce of the world." It is this beautiful spot, which like a ripe pear is ready to fall into the American month, if we only show wisdom, and do not let our eagerness to acquire it betray us into some, filibustering movement which will thwart all feasible plans for its acquisition At a first glance, it would appear that a gross insult had been offered to the flag of our Gov- ernment. The Vi...

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

\ teMMiis *9 DAHTMEttET WEDNESDAY • - HOY. l^3- * tbxpikavou-kot. 18, un." taken at o. w.pebcat* oo,, icnam u ka0 6o'clock* M -*• e ••••••••#•«• •••• SS o'clock.* —..r............. 00 3 o'clock,P.M....... •..••••••• 60 6 o'clock, P. M*..*....,64 Jeweler umI Witrtilwr. S. Conradi, 61 Main street, Jeweler and Watchmaker. SxehaWatWuHMftDMtV Worid'l Kmi-i. W. E. Carter * Oa, Houston, Tbm : Viau, Aug. 19,18T3. The WhMlar ft Wilson Manufoaturtng Co. kit been awarded the Grand Medal far Meri t, the Grand Medal tor Fr Hfrsss, and Is the only Saving Machine Company reoonnandad by the International Jury tor the Owed Diploma of [Signed] j. a woods. rumlsfrefl _ With Or without board, far two gen- J , oa ttmgjeap stWet, a* Ipterq- at Western' Railroad De- pot Addtwa P. 0. Bar 308. ttianfl Great Address P. € 5 c 33 6 •M © 3. I © ■ «> © i ® —m © E- ae •s be a 5 a h 0. •V 5U a © r\ 00 5 a © >* tt a eg 3D S a © § <3 3D a *3 bo « © U a > a a (a I 1 0B a a a a S3 a as And beet Pianos at B...

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

HEfllumTIOS NOTICE. r FASHION XOTES. f xew Yoek, bw t*, 18^3. Editors Houston Mercury: The furore for jet ornameij tion has been revived; it is ex travagantly used in frin gimps, the embroidery oi polon- aises, dolmans and collarettes. Polonaises of -black cashmere are covered with embroidery en- crusted with cat jet beads; dol- mans are similarly adorned, jet combined with steel freqaewly appearing, artistically wrought into the same garment; polo- naises of black netT embroidered with jet, are exceedingly effec- tive when worn over black or colored silk skirts. Collarettes of black silk are elaborately covered with jet embroidery and trimmed with lace worked with bugles and beads; ruffs of black or white lace, edged with beads, are among the novelties that are enriched by the liberal use of j et. "We observe in Reimportation of wialer wraps OTtuMtAfVah' ety in shapes and. material; a lady may enjoy *the privilege of exercising her individual fancy, ahd still be in the fashion. Amo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 20 November 1873

|! H8A0 HO' IS *-* .omfiTOJo a - g y, V 35 V (J TTH O*^; IJ1 u O'MmM- ITOJp PRICE, TEN CENTS, HOUSTON EMBER 20, 1873, THURSDAY Zjmex-mmm 9 xi * Tv 1? *5< H. B pkopbdetok. GOPHER ,Ab e. b. ocnow ', OM Tmt. totw of iiwrtaw. 1 VO.;lMOS Itmlll 1 JtO.;l*OS| Tw-sS«j, .2 miim. 8oei«uaoju8eol«aooo| $aooo > Ddly and Weekly X i*Ue "Mttfr " other day X of Dally ratea. Weekly a et All articles for paMtottm iboold be ad- Iressed to Hie Houston Xmcunr. All Advertiaemente aad Oommnnleationi on tuIaeM should be addressed to the BaaineM Compliance with theae rules r#a¥*+ i and prevent errora and delays. at IM A.K. and«:M •t «H i~ It. and :00 November is the month for ?^r)mke&~9t ies latelr, and a; )4vto^e mefe*t if I go for him, Fll come ont mis«Bg. ni let Mm alone for a anon." _ Dciwti otr tHe TVinity, they bail pea nnte, Gopher peas. In South Carolina, Oedrgi&'Ylrgiiria and Alabama.the^r call (them__ditto, which in th6 parl&nce of Teririy- J0P 51W , <• Peanata answer several p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 20 November 1873

4 DAILY KEECUBY BYTELEGRAPH THURSDAY, roy. 20, 1873., "ft. SPUT IS THE HlPfJBLICAN PAftTY. govern is doing nis HOBBTOS* ukrcl'ry, jesfebson. i m* „ to oefeat the Republican party io this State. His recent w the Hot?: Web Flana- ' ££n,f in the latter gentleman's l Mrae&risticof the man. Feeling.certain of his own' he the ciifele. with the"avowed pur- pose of carrying with him to a political grave men the same political ifr JEFERSON, Nov. 18. Governor Davis spoke here to- day. This speech was a rehash of all his other speeches. There *&pre about three hundred per- il*! i^ns preawt. fife spqke -lour though personally opposed to his on fte thusiasm. hours,created no enthusiasm, but, on the contrary, it was a dead Ubvis will make a i$&eck at the Fair grounds to-morrow. thf'Nat|miar Grovernme^lhnite in; de«SKing Dfcvfe 0 e *£< tfes. most impracticable men that the Republicans of Texas could have put forwgp^rCon^Mtthe Sta campaign*, Davis^^wever, di not represent Repnottejfc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 20 November 1873

a£ SPECIAL NOTICES. >: TO SPORTING MEN. NOTICE. lathe Cathedral «bM 0kil. wmaanir /*QB Sri. ? mo >>«£(^oek, V.« ingprfpi Jfc t o^otocki •••*• •• (mm^C ••• It sweief am YVatxtiiBairer. JeW< Wiwiihrii Aim > r-* — ***nrie' ""** ^efc^wkWri**. CWj The "ttadw^MMi ItonaEMMtto* Co. theBb^djMe.+l g Pi i4 ia the ealy SB Se^tag Mil nil I ria—j iwniiiij n waltfs J. O. WOODS. itlSUv aooordeons, rioBn% banjos, strings, from 3 BEAD THIS. sg „ —- . , 3ir|aJd c*r EatclS itfotAo©. & BAW140L *lsm mw prqparmi tm tikeck MagjOf* io off fht jywirftrttf jnttrtr* ae fti 6MWAH> ' to all pointt on the Hons- ' art t*e GMb ' f Henderson Railways. By kav- f. friilroad-Ecktkf-: go* can have ' youf Baggage -Checked at y*tr Residence or your order* fir Baggage Wagons, Omnibus- em or Qarriagm at the RetOnad, Ticket and TummftrOgiae, oh Ifm&fi* street, opposite *fce Oat'BaDk. . —- Carriages furnished M gfarf netice for 4 iFe^rfsnjfr, ttihies or fFttt&als. Furniture moved and carefully ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 20 November 1873

CITATION. g REGISTRATION NOTI( 3 mli 1 ^soiis entitled to regiatc THI IOtJST&N fiRCDBT. publication officjh affvoters gf JTa&ia county, who baVfe not registered under the provisions of an act to provide for the registration of voters, etc., (flnfeed by the Thirteenth Legisla- . tore, approved A^ril 29, 1873, a are hereby notified that" I win attend in person or by deputy at the following named times and places, for the purpose of com- peting the registration. of u^h<b voters of Harris e*unty. -An those entitled to rpgist^r, . anq who are unable to attend «4ke registering places hereb^ iamed, are informed that the registra- tion books wiU remfUR*flgp& at office at the courthouse in the city of' Houston, qlosing Thursday, . the twenty-sevwath day of November, A. D. 1873 three days before the election.) FIBST JTTSTfClS'S W^t'lllC'r. . 1, ami 3, eommencing Tuesday,1 October 28,1873, and ending Sat-, nrdtty, October 3?, 187^?^ x- a Registering pTa<£ for Precinct Uee' fM...

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