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

j*g«r to our mam Evening's Kuetliler ItlOD I SELMCHOLY BEATH ^HUBSDA^ NOT. %>. '.1813. O ^ TKKPKMTCM-KOV. M, * • w j,: takes at d w, febcaf A/xx, awmtt 48 ~ m main strew, ^ qj , Fahrenheit. IQ) 6 o'clsx-k. A. X ... .k............... 64 OS 11 o'clock, M... — J ## g 1 o'clock, p.m 1. ... ...«« wn 6 o'clock. p. m« ..... > .••*•••••■•. m •£ Jeweler ud Watchmaker. aa^ S. Conradi, 61 Main street^ . -Jeweler and Watchmaker. ' — m " 3d And best Kmoa at Kanao Grnne- SS watt's Magic Store, 93 Main street, sole ® :;agant forSteinwaj Pim**- Brasfcinstre- y meats, actordeons, violins, b&njoe, strings, ^'qt^jwawTm'tha RKAli'THli : Ina^DortsLXXt KTotlco- BAUKAGF. _ 1 am now prepared to Check Baggage to • a3 ike principal points in the United States § * and Canada*; also to all points on fte Hous- fl'ton & fexas Central and the Galveston' 5 Houston * Henderson RaOways. By has- ^^.ing your Railroad Tickets, yon can have your Baggage Chedked at your Residence or ~ Hotel, thus saving you...

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

I'g'j" u!. smm [. R. H. INTERVIEWED HIS SUBJECTS. Arrest of Adjutant General vidson, of Texas. '' * CLEVELAND, NOV. 26, List evening, and, in fact, gtpikrii late hour, the scenes around the "Kennard" were those 6f activity and mirth. The entire front of the boose was ?afc.ima ted, reacHf wiai&W-hghte having its "dip" burning with b^- liancy, equal, if not superior, to-rca "UmihllilpLi il.1$3& xxi: J^OME At§ ?Ke^ MsiBjeSly ann himself in readiness .to receive* his subjects, and as the huge doors of the "private entrance" were thrown o£en, Papworth's Cornet Band of forty per- formers filled the air with selections A. Otis was the first to enter the re- ception hall, and, kneeling at the feet of his Majesty, in behalf of the citi- zens of Cleveland, he solemnly pledg- ed allegiance and ioyalty to King Comas for time evermore. About this time there was a dis- turbance at the door, caused a wortiri&rf Ihferacter of" the and corruption class," endeavoringfto force himself by t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 29 November 1873

-Of J jfeM #- * £ v i isapittt HI18I ^17 111*1 Se^J ri%4M?CV SSC* * S'.i > 0! I ot * CO l>) Mill bbil It) 0' li %'f; lv;,a K>°V Ivpri- OH X ; JiClJaia'" i'lliM 2 VOIm VI-NO. 71 lili'i "I'MJ III. It .Hl'lJllllW HWWlH lo <tf ■ HOUSTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY MOT^flNG, NOVEMBER 29, 1873; QliSUii £ i DAILY MEECUET J. H. proprietor. a , ■ >fi I I 11 i mn m b ' liih kditobs: *© J. H. BAEp, J. H. WILSON 1 ' DAILY B. GUIOS, Bates or Subscription: jii.V.4 KEBOI7BY, One Tsar 910 00 &> DAILT MEBCUBY, Six Mqatta DAILT XEBOBBY, Three Months... > V 3 TS ite gfcarW^ae" .. punwiea—we &Howip$,l ato Radical whisky maki 'puff of that paper, wStendaDlb^ washed see double.,,.. Eighty. less* With'-the lie the writer's dramming value. TM "pdrfoifib' ti'! kddMitoi: tb* ad The daily cii 'I' § 3D DAILT MEBCUBY, On* Month... WEEKLY mxboubt. Om Year.. an gj DAILT, II MO.|Jmo ISMOfc|«Jto*.ll2MO® ...g a dsll? ratee. iS 15^360E<idfci j8E$9>4B|utib|al5E^-'8C — - -| IB th« Bnnatnn Mm All...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 29 November 1873

DAILY MEBCUBY SATURDAY, we and The Age of yesterday e some wild accusati against our candidate f& shrievalty, Capt. A. B. which we will answer wbeft can spare the sp&ee. TUeyriter, Major Looscan, is q,jtoading light in the Democratic party, writes, doubtless, , from standpoint We can, liowet< " go him one better." Just now our columns are crowded. __ THE tfALTKSTON TICKfcT. ^, * ''!$# ticket put in the field by the Twelfth District, comprising Matagorda, Brazoria and Galves- ton counties, are such that persons outside of blind partisans can support it entire,though each ticket embraces some gentlemen who will receive the hearty sup- port of all persons- interested in the permanent prosperity of Galveston and HoustqB.; ; w : We have none of the petty jealousy which is borne by spmfe towards Galveston.^ Houston's interest is too closely allied with that of Galveston not to prosper : jar' suffer by the success or * laftt of success id all public meas- jfecting onr sister cit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 29 November 1873

awr - ;j^a- * LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. -*s QQ "J- k© saturday, - - not. 39, 1873. IN X ■ q 1SBPKBATDKC-NOT. M, 1 T3. w1 item at a w.pescay400., jewelebs. tig 41? « kaix mm, £ Mnik«lt JS A o'clock, A. X ... SO fig M o'(flock, M.... 59 g 1 o'clock, P. M « S '•WoloA.F. M M I • 1- • " — o Members thoald at- once aend in Hata of ® fri«nd , with duk aad resldsnoa ia fall. whom OD they intend fevoring with Invitations to the S3 Grand Reception, addreaaed to Lock Box SSI. DUKE OP BUFFALO. JBi: Jeweler and Watchmaker. J «S S. Conradi, 61 Main street. S Jeweler and Watchmaker. And beat Pianos at Bono Grune- wald's Music Store, 93 Main street, sole agent for Stein way Pianos. Brass instru- ment*, accord eons, violins, baiyoe, strings, eta., can be bought cheaper than from any «>ther bouse in the tradB- BEAD THia . 1. ; . , • .'.it > Tm 3STotioe. nidfti«F. "~t r ' I am note prepared to Check Baggage to all the principal points in Ou United States and nsiisifirir; — f—"j~"—JX- Hous- tan $ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 29 November 1873

* kli mmw - He Visits Several Families. A')\f i grand Bali* it tite* Aekdemy. CLEVELAND, NOV. 28. On Wednesday aagraopn, Lis Ma- jesty visited but, not fi to his royal to take came on, made during the Academy. awoke and ordered D tbose present that he had heard the A. 11.) making ar- rangements to bid farewell to the Forest City and proceed to Washing- ton, from which place I will inform vjroa of hk&Maiesty'ahealfli aid move- ments. Count Dernabf, Grand Secretary. ly honr, e ball at dinner, which he read The Mkboubt, ordering his carriage, rtf>afcad to his dressing-room, to arrange his toilet for the evening's entertainment. Upon his arrival at the Academy, he was greeted with cheers and wel- come. Alighting from his carriage, he took the arm of Hon. K. C. Par- sons and entered the ball-room. All eyes were turned toward him. young ladies ^rere whispering their criticisms, such as, "Aintjhe splen- did!" "What a happy countenance! "What a pity he is not yonnger!" "Is he married...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 November 1873

hS'i ' if iii,H. .-. #' t ^101 *UHi VOL. VI—NO. 72 101& sot> m ii-ttO $QP;8X0N,; TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNmtiK NOVEMBER 30, 1873,'?? Kales «T Sataeriptten DAILY MXBOBBY, CM Yesr DAILY SnOCBT, Six Month* DAILY XSBOUBY, Three Months.. ,-*10 00 * "M ,4l3 *tUl tke a*L (Absorbing ob% to the entire exclusion of every other topic. 4" MeatJets of Con. eress as they arrive are being in- terviewee? a« «veiy cor r niitil some of them are induced to be- 13 MOB Daily other day Daily rates. ^^PMb; uoo i« QB;$ae oe ■ maiiicttiona on 'bB^r^oTTb^^rTrffrTEHSi*- •siaua aaoMj I aad prevent error* and delavf trrlnl and Ixpanan ' Bail arrives at S.nW a. m. *aJ4 0C is: WlSHINGTON, NOV -t OR Mercury : fcfori of wdx tfithSpaiii All this will be the ai reswit of an acknowledgment on " r onr part that amends, need not be made for the disgrace cast tfponour Nationality. The only amends that can be made is that ■1 >-We declare'sttcb an act "an act liere that the sun will no longer ahine until Con Ki gress sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 November 1873

r I ■* *4 SKNDAT, would} and do ' denounce them. We deny thit it is a Party trick) and we deny it because its chief denouncers are Democrats. We want to see J. €k Tracy de- feated. He never had a ghost of a show of being elected to the Senate on a square and fair vote. Governor Davis will be defeated t^'Ries^ay next ▼<*«* Jf. 6. Tracy can be beaten by " Latest Cuba News. Washington, Nov. 29.—The negotiations between the United States and Spain with regard to the questions growing out of the capture of the Virginias were brought to a conclusion to-day. Secretary Fish and AdmiralPolo have agreed upon and signed a tea. ] protocol, which the latter soon 400 telegraphed to his government to ?00 iif this district. We would I as conflicting statements give more to1 defeat him than any man in the field-, except Governor Davis; and yet, as much as we desire his defeat, in view of the serioas personal consequences of these frauds, and in view of the; and in view of the use which will be iB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 November 1873

r- v; • - - • ' ' ; : / W5IM- «e Many persons withhold ap- plause when it is deserved. A word Of kindness spoken to the weary toiler on the road of life cheers and strengthens, but too often that kind word m with- held, and it is onlywhem death's clammy dew makes a departure from earth certain that the pent- up affections hurst forth. Too late, alas!. The following pas- sionate appeal has the caption: IS i should dib to-sight. If I should die to-night, . ; . . M7 friends would look npen my uiet i&cs , ■■^.q>cnn 7q'"ec Before they kid it in its resting place, Wm had left it ah Aad deem that deatb had And almost laying anow-*h ta Sowers against «*? l ir, - Wmi' « Would smooth it down tearful ten- |.t *> * . _ ■. . .. — And fold my hsfid® With lingering caress. Poor hands, so empty aftd so cold, to- nigte. -v * ii.' -: *'f*' *''■' V. !' 1 V If I should die to-night, -\Iy friends wonW call to mind, with lov- ing thoegfefc •: Some loadly deed the icy hand had wrought; Some gent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 November 1873

■m ira mm iiraa Tagr! * " -■*( J* one of fee, m $&>• this same young man playing to an immense audience, in the stead of the eminent pianist, *%o had been taken suddenly sick* He came to hear, but the circumstances made him the player, and I Lave never looked upon a more thoroughly pleased audience, or heard more genuine as , itofeaffhour:.'. grim and frowning th? quiet m<w.Kghi f and tower tder vet sublime. •hoGg'St gtntt snti m Toa ypsm of XigUf. ce!i ihj- silrer * tone eonYsct on thestraw re- q&ivering light brow, be lifts his fevered a of his sleep hate fled. -Haifcjr! ' tv.-as but the moon Si r:.ter startled too from that sweet Uiraua' ?- ,.« , Methougtei it was the morning's dreaded by far too soon, v ; tba^chorislied darkness on yes!—<i* datc-K of day I die ! %s aoothinsjly down through grate and •fV- happier nights, when far cringsea, to its mother's breast, lone beheld cmi rest of Thy naeae, the by-gone years rush rests upon their glowing track scorching bl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 November 1873

TKBPIfBitCHI-XOr. , lm. TAXES AT 0. w, PESCAY * 00., icwiiOB. UAUjnwT, « o'clock, A. It 11 o'stoek, *Lf7. * o'clock,P. M.„........ 8 o'clock, F. S at (f■ r* i ■' i - j, iS ... M yn;** ** m oecd in 1UU of fc^tag5wtih invitationato the 'DUKE OF BUFFALO; REAP THIS. Xrrroox-ta^t dSTotioo. baugasf. * * I mi rum prepared to Chick Baggage to <&&pn etoalpoi*b in the DkUed Stales W0 Conadas; also to all petalsonthe An- Texas Central aid the Gedveiton' i <$■ Senderson Railway*. By hav- ing your Rtihvad Tickets, yoa cm«kme your Baggage Checked at your Residence -or Betdjkus saving W loth trouble mdde- fay-. BUy yew Railroad Tickets, and Usee you? orders /or Baggage Wagons, Omntims- tm or Ctmriages ai the Railroad, Ticket cmd Transfer Ogto, on Hvnklin sired, opposite the City Bank, r - ^ ^ - £v Carriages furnished on short nstice for Weddings, Parties or Funerals. Furniture ktm&mt ■ • ■■■ ■ , mmm Christmas Hare come and Schmidt k Koesee have SUNDAY, M. L. WESTHE1MSR, 3. 30 WAR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 30 November 1873

Wm s t cWlSPli!* 'fli "Irt • WS P |3§£?" >sc*t«a« £££& japygi E5f^. -' ► -7TO«tU^ Come aU, beskte a For cold the t%^ w«™= — ■While by tfis pine wood's cheerful b& Isiiigof kmgsgo. •Twas ia the'awry spring tide. .?! , The lark sang in the aky, two dbUdren plaje<1," --"*' | A hoy and maid, . « Light-hearted—joa and I. And many years rolled o'er as, Bright spring with ran and f&ow'rs, . Aad summers with their wealth of bioomj And pSgotitnde of fiow'ra Twas ere m golden antnmn, - * t .Tjte blackbird whistled nigh. " - ; A "ion and maid Sstlfc the shade, ^WJ?>r? Tw<? lovers—yon and 1. - " A«d now :t« winter dreary; i snow Iks on the ground: is iprk and raves the wind iBflaae around; . .„v;>f,,sw«a B«t light ia hi our dwelling, Aad.sweet the hoars go by. The happy life (X maa aad wife, X va- lovers—yon and I. m&* I Syii^j4vHfPostiBa3te^8«i«ft^D m- m i f'A • The ordinary revenues of department for the fiscal ■•Tiding Jane 36,1873, ia |2S 741 57, ami the expen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 2 December 1873

Rjmt ' i - .3g3P**'r ?■ ■ * >:; v V f/MHIif 1 :iit i "VOL. VI—NO. 73. lo imamtrgizaoO js ieaW eoHWSSONr, TEXA& ItfESDAS: MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1873, •1 If t* iTTv wrmmrD^ Hfoj&A^F^aeilistr. '^itfbr COMBINATION?. 4JAiLl : " Hi KJ 11J Jli X -,r- ; aaofll §{«4*>C'II{)i Oi § « Te quotes the following ^ ifVlJ paper; Oihlargfe A6W>rf'ofc 'Said«fw fcft iiifc T I i? fK /CTl The prosecution of vast enter- prises retire* association of ef- fort and combination of capital, fra common ob- • '** J. H. BAKER, -W 2m PROPRIETOR. ® |>l —T 5^ ■BWPBBj , Mwaa earlv As politics are excluded """"6m wuvm nvi w.u^v^ v A- h- BAKKRJvawiLsoN fWfcii aratt sadrtt jlrkteMed f<* the* jest* n®yhfchte means infinitely fiereide, the reading matter will be unusu- ally attr^'H frv la -il' It then remarks: K. B. 6VXOV, ] jikH.Y mSOCKT. Om Tear... ..$10 i ME8CTTSY. Six Month. 5 36 rl MSB0T5BY, Three Months. « « KSHCOBY, Ona Month. J 80 VSBCVST. Om Year * 00 •?* ™ Oaily and W< CM « <!«!( «f fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 2 December 1873

m 4 msm l b.,, i ... DAILY MERCURY TUESDAY, DEC. 2, 1873 :,JHE END OF THE FIGHT > POLITICAL To-d&y the citizens of Texas decide who shall control her des- occasion is one which will pat to ihefesfc the patiiotism of aUshe^ sons. On the side of Democracy and M^'Hre h blameless life and superior quali- fications—men who have stood by the State 'ttf IfekirMays, and who how come to fhe f&nt," jHi shedforward by her wisest and ablest citizens, assembled in con- vention at A«stio.' The names of Ri0Hi3tr> Coke and B. B. Hub- of our people, of the *hofe; as ti After e saviors Mum the cism, t&ey stand before their fellow citizens to-day, ~ asking their suffrages, without a stain upon tMc theirf is to secure to tfre &£afe for the next four years him tdte^yoted ffito office by all classes/asnis worth is known and appreciated. He-is opposed ^Justice Ashe, who has also aiany admirers, but is totally des- titute of that strength necessary to $ successful straggle. Ijor Count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 2 December 1873

' \ TASSjr at a w,mcur*oa.J nv *MiSM sraJsm' f_| lankih je* "' % wp • 8 o'docki i. H ... II o'ctock, U. .. .J •*«lock P. M..v. ....v. .•«*•..••-••a{7i ti.-«^ r n t •< * * - M tHM* i. * OiJOS Send iS name sad imHm ii M ftkToriof «k iiirHaHiaa to tit* . Il l IBI '-*•*— *" DTJXJ! 0? BUFFALO. s. , Hi Jeweler and 61 Main street, 2 r READ THIS. X Xixvpox f rxt ISTotioo. WSte BAKKASr. 14 'r J am TSfrn jet tartd to Cftsak oSt&e pri/ujpai poixts m Or oai (&3uuhi; <u*> ft> all points oatte tin 4 Texas antral and the ffai Heviio* t Henderson Smtkoey*. By Hm Rafowi Tidcets, you can your Ra<jg<juje O-teeked ai your Residence «r Jfcief, ifaw Mvfef *o« oto- ses or t'« SaOnad, IkUM*#* rG rrfi fcat* n#<Ke jfcr ja&Sfc&KfiSi —- - --j r y.- l,-w jy, j litvtw J7';a care)' J Tumaass. f'^iFSSS&i*. -- 'I /Yty V Transfer lime. J. HOWARD, Agent. nov8-5m mm, ITOTTJDIJ- *■' — * Propfistofj 5 **«,; ..$>OOT, ^ -A Mty «ref riH«K 1KB ftf FOPPT, w i % wbr <i lot. had a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 2 December 1873

STKCIAJUS xo noi iiSwj fm >c cy3 cw «v#{ivV/ARFHO'JSt c^*\ ^qqA,<V '«KPHf F:*M < ^ w«V #aC *J t/ ~ 0 J1 S _ << P H * —* xV- t> LM^« • • - ' MANU'F ACTd R E ^ S. Sics OF THE ; ( |AQ SI RAN D &£A VA ffOOX . IU3 a A IV£STO/V PIERCES RAI IMMElHATi He New York ob Baturday, * V# Eight y-#ve Miles of Iron Se- ^oabue-I fcrro Livkwool, NOT. 28,1873. 'fc Notwithstanding the. tightness of the money market, T. W. Pierce, vho sailed loir Sew York from here to-day, negotiated for means to bay eighty-toe males of iron for his Triad/ and put it afloat. He is del to pnsli it abaad at once. This amount of iron will brio* the nio. If ahe proves true to her own a. maim h. b. a:' cttfti# flf %a*A#. . ,T:rtfr> nlz% OK He Vm Not 8top M ^JdJ^ lia." ■ rw u <yji Yesterday afternoon, King Comns en route to Washington. He leave his esuvand declipfcd to .. „„ sea ana con th^fcifiati Uif ur possible difficulties tr ,*vMe hwsilifcj* ira*< et is i band, ami every i war-vessel at the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 3 December 1873

* =7 r P* I VOL;' VI—NO. 74 DULY MEECUET BOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1873. PRICE, TEN CENTS. r?r rj. H. baIker, ,4i PROPRIETOR. sDtroBtii H. BAKER, J. H. WILSON 1— ,2 ' E. B. GUION, ] — Bates of Subscription: DAILY &EBCUBY, Oft* Mr DAJX.V. mtooay.TkiM Months.... ■mom, OM Month. ,Y maCPET, Om Year Bates ef Advertising. .*10 00 . 5 36 . a w . i oo 3 00 *er day* hr rates. All article* ^ All AdvWlspnaiea^,P8«naMnIaattoa an ^ business aweldfciadjlibssed tottefcste^s © B B 95 Compliance with those role* will insnre promptness and prevent error* end delavf. n Arrtwml e«a • *r- Sslveatoo Hail dMM it *HM *■■ U. and 8:00 *>. ' * • Orlasas Mail arrives at :0f «.. M. Moa- raadFHd y.,«nd #:< *. M. Saturday. Mall arrives at :<6 P.a.and? A. u, XsH doM at 8:90 a. a. and :« r. International k tiraal northern Mafl Own* Hottbc«^fafc't*ib jfcta flfrOOa.*. % *2§k _ Galveston to scUdt and coBed; and all busi- i transacted by him witt be faithfully ear- f out by ike >mui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 3 December 1873

W- WEDNESDAY, - - DEC. 3, 1813 THE PRESIDENT'S MES- SAGE, .«* President Grant's message is an able and interesting docu- ment. It settles the question of war with Spain satisfactorily to the American people. Those lire eaters, who, in defiance of law, favored the capture of the ever- faithful isle, will be compelled nolens voiens to curb their desires. On all other questions now at- tracting public attention, the President luc&Uy states his views, leaving to Congress their adoption or rejection as they in their wisdom may elect, lie document is lengthy, but we are convinced that our readers will perase it with great care. V; the ELECTION YESTERDAY, The total vote in the eity is as follows: 1st ward, 547; 2d do., 506: 3d do., 985; 4th do., 1130; 5th do., 573. Total 3741. The Bepubliean ticket has received a majority estimated at over two hundred votes. The three can- didates on this ticket on whom the greatest interest centred were J. G- Tracy fertfee were Bepubliean. HarrisHburg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 3 December 1873

f.i DSC. 3, 1873 q atcbs-mc. «, 1w . takbs at 0. w. piaoay a OP- I « o'dohfe, ^ 3d ••• w S3 o'itak,?" M TO S> ft. MBd IB lUtS Of 61 Main street, to the to Look Box 531. D0XS OF BUFFALO. Jfiroter jp> ■WL Jeweler wid ; REAP THIS. a[ ■ " ^IrdLxaortstaat 3SXotlo«. jl ^ BAHRAGE.' 1 am wa prepared to Check Baggage to a& (he principal points m tAc United Sates iSf&^S,'<&%*&£& Houston & Bender** Railways. By hath " &, yo« ** I / af ycttr Residence or' fals sating you Aeft fctwW* amd-de- Railroad "Pickets, end leave m ynr orders for Baggage .Wagons, Ornmbtw m set or Carriages ai the Rathroad, TfeW amf g 5V«*05r Otfias, on ffctnfcSit sfreei, «p< <e 5 Weddings, Parties mr Foments. litmflwe - wared and earefiUfy hantHed. Jr 1 JfenTweasA Charges returnable. W M. L. WE8THEIMBR, © Prop'r Transfer Line. is J. HOWARD, Agent. not8-2to t ' cm-ltrgr.1,. 5 QW/Kfe^- - PropriHor. ^ Congress Avenue, Corocr Cedar Btreg*. ~ AtliHi, HXA*. '^. ^,v —" H > *n ecebstr...

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

r let w£e Trust Effort! ct - Ashe's VIAIahaa I IvrcMIT# HOUSTON & HENDERSON The Age, having exhausted it self, appeals to the Democracy for its pay. The followingspec- imens of its service, if accepted by any Bring party, would con- sign the acceptors to the unfath- omable depths of oblivion for- ever. Bead the following intel- ligent effusions: Texas is white. The men who trust Ashe are next enumerated. They are few, but respectable. Not a man named has published his mistrust of Han. It addition to the fol- lowing gentlemen, however, every •intelligent voter in Harris trusts Hall, because he is honest, and necessarily popular: If euchmsa as Wm. Christian, B. A. BottefW. Bt Cleveland, C. S. Longcope, A. J. Burke, S. K. Mcllhenny, N. P. Tur- ner, B. A. Shepherd, 0. C. iJrew, Isaac Elsasser. John Kens Ay, F. A. Bice, F. W.. Heitman, Henry 3. Fox, J. T. D. Wilson, T„ R. Franklin, B. W. Taylor, L C. Lord, B. C. Simpson, a & Hunger, A. M. Brooks, and afthousand more we could name...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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