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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 4 December 1873

OOO.* «UHI rjjita if a •iSEDyasii^ait ;!YJTCO H * i-J ,l'tTM| <«1 W.CT* VOL. YI—NO. 75 to }as 1IY rrs.;': .Ovi n ateoW Sff0 t feMJIH aLO AiJ.g oBfoWSTON, TEXAS, VTH jglt*t>AY DULY MEECUEY j. H. BAKEB, proprietor. KDITOBH: S. BC. BAKKR. J. H. K. B. OCIOSf, ] (i '^lai^y *bd fi>r ■ OfmlWier#. .. „ turn supply the hungry and thirs- TO^ONA lirfrbofcb w*tUs*Stt§i MdttjMd* ~ itjte may d< Sales of Subscription t DAIX.T MSBOUBX. Q*s Teu '.'.%foW DAIIS MKBGUST, Six Month! 5 35 DAILY MEBCUB7, Tira* Months. J 75 DAILY MSBCTXBY, Ome Month.. 1 00 WEKKLY MEBOUBY. One Year t 00 Bates ef Adrertisins. l xo. 13 ko« | -*os.i«*os.|iai DAILY. %. on Daily rates *very rate*. Weekly K of WT«.T good condition this time as it will be in the future, being sai^^ soil and but recently prepared ra* flared for premiums distances are the booths of the were being trai *411 afoul mesrHiRD DAY j.tWas -taken up in awarding prefmMrfs, b6th for the entries of. days, and. snch as the at «~*iM iSfifeinem-mmLD' ...

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

. DAILY StEECTTET THUBSDAT, DBC. 4, IS'3. TEXAS BEDEEHE®. Though we are not in poss^"' sion of fall or accurate reports irom all counties of the State,, I -si * cratic State treEet elected by an Sverimmg toajdrity. * The election has demonstrated be- yond a peradventure the impos- sibility of a fean Tilfe Davlk riding into power on the backs of the colored voters, or* fitting himself agaip upon, the white people of the State. In fleeting the Coke ticket the people have administered a withering rebuke to pretensions, not backed by merit, .j&fjgjj? '4g5$£[ The feels that it has done its duty in the tantpoign. It aronsM, enthused "and en- couraged the Democracy^-con- vincing at the *aine f time the honest BepubEcans o£ the State that Davis was not fit to represent or role over them. Fears were entertained that the national government w interpdsfe its strong arm to petuate the Davis rule. The Mebouky calmed those proving to the satisfaction m what it waswhenlt set out in its mission...

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

3r*> 1 BU T, KSuAi ~= - - t>BO. 4, 1813 jlpfc UlSM IBM>^ iflOD Sermon hy Dr. of Nfw <H«v Urt Right. s, im. rf£%&£)Zrkpo.,. «turn *T8t«t. <66^1 ' ift j.^.« . .,•.• ■•*(• '7 .. .. ... , t .* -........ ® UtasS _ fc«u * *• _ BMdaewpeou.addieaaedtefceetBexWl. "SSiP® :n '{ ••• tftfia Of botalo. 2 ■ **&&& Jewelw «d S. Ooi Jewslir and"? t I^3"otioo- BAU'+AGf. mM r m #• T&tat Central knf Ait - Gctaesiou' have or <fc- fidtefc, and leave Wagontf-Qmrtibus- m Ae BaOtaad. Tkkti md at JFtmhHn sireei, opposite fhntiam for Parte* ar FmarA ■ FmMure WtiM^ -x -I t 'iS-0 £a«r . 8yaod of thfPrMlgrteii^iiftjjfch tooonveneat this place to-day,. opened their exercises last nigbt -with a sermon by Ber. Dr. Palmer, of New Orleans. Many cleric*! and lay deleyate* from differ- ent parts of. the State are present, md w anticipate an animated Md fnfcerwtiag meeting. The pro- oeedinfs of wbiofc we will fire.a« the Synod progresses. There teas a ocrajjrega- rtoo of sons 400 las...

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

m HOUSTON VESTON, '■¥ I" ' fd j •{* «* /f m I1,Q dh i^ii t r * & AlfOVSX tUx {BunMaya Buipted) ra; aALVssrroR ) Hot la K. J-T> «;i A:*. 1*3nra ) ACCOMMODATION, atari'station*. rConnecting with H. ft Ten! entra! tor at, Juntos—l*'ato ortil* .^t'0n «** I aOU8X0 f tral, and wtth G., Ki SCOP. M-JB. BtxtUbvtg.:^, ^unTr * -—'■ - ■*««* -. —? !! *< > a--r* _ . • > * ^bB-tS^.taW -****S®3 /' .„ ; Jt ^9qii*4n*nt ityBrf pr-rfV.^. 1 , < ()j i ^flrtKO I,: m Mi fiJi' . nStw aid La* aoll •& i .fBheiWdetil ei%Slt^tofe «r tt a fe~r JIIR ,! •&d "!Ol£ tS«fW ! -•' iiofcioti tserassTJ * tWhoatt.-ciiul, j 0 tapi* , Bltfi&Mfofc «It tElft I > at an. BdJ flj «*dt <>! MKfel. !, ,1 gai0a vtBfiit .tut. t9#i-04 «££* I <■ dtfi uio-ft *am& mats?) t* {>^^i"£v -t nwJq<*i i«l ei .Hftl .w}h?-r^V-i jj-to-s .?-T'ji ZlW la ttturK&Mq M •noli unJei h-.'.u ■ w by* r*9^3 • T.„ mup^. ******! ff;,;!... >uiwf$M«:a .^i't ; a -41 .A .nil- . < •-* "-'<i i t 11 -SBC ...

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

a-* .T)TTj. flfclij I VOL. YI—NO. 76 HOUSTON, . „ ; ■&' 1 3 ;■> / '* j,: 3ii 3£3II FRIDAY IIOKNING, ' iff *Hil f : ™ f. T -M ggg TEN (CENTS, !. BAKKK %-i Sl7 DAILY. itaM uui Weekly K «2pr! otiwr dtfX o* AH srtidaa f« 4r«*tofi *«S* SB -d«' mt ralea will liiwe imnaiUM _ W? jwffwu.'^ Vtairaslaa Hag alaaw at •*• a. *• «• *=• tJfcr JitM JailiTl^tf Mr. J. W. Bania, vho ka the lowoat roto of ttj of «ha Democratic candidates IIiii in this county, had * of 1103, so that, rapport* Mr. Ogte to poll the same Harris irttl «tfll bt afectqdfe? • toaJacUj? of Judgo Franklin laarw GalToaton coun %**m3lS&flMs£S&J& thsWksai ooedidatee for the at the last atettast eteets him ftr of It Trill he -cholif oat of the power of imacast for Ssaith at tbe election for Sheriff; while the lowest Democratic candidate, Mr. Har- S taSESttal&SS&tt tioa ; afcowiag that from the highest Rad- ical rote there has been a loss of M4, and !ttiK«r-xaj,k" The ^Hng off is the Radical rote is not to b...

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

•*L m the hour of «ome. -4n the 1861, c to power, upon tirfs political teki Decern 6 ;Ja&uary February 1 -16 • April Flotrffc 783; 90® 11 DAILY MRCUSI FRIDAY, • sky, "Meiie, mene fa Ho choice THSI K COMING trOYEBNMEJiT AND OUR gXQPUBr I i has tarn their attention t* opment of die vast hidden ot the State. The policy oftfce meowing State be of a liberal, conservative char- acter. The Governor elec! man of enlarged views, at heart the people. He will him men f capacity* cheerfully assst in stren the right arm of 0m gov The frontier wiS be and the life and pioneer settlers Incursions Mexican longg^ force wilt be orgaMred to ally and lawlessness. The judiciary will be remodelled, judges being" s^ lected for Iheif emitent fitaesfe rather than foe their partisan bias. Legislation will be had thafe willplac^ our uncultivated be carried into effect. The state- ment was uuflbservedly made, that the Spanish officers are act- ing in good fait&.:'~'>? J ^ * Senate. Washington, Dec. 4...

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

the busin beTs Tboarding house . . ^ I4ses uat,Ttaefir*oa, Jiwum .wtRSt mjum .:.ie£jfc* * * *. JKJGS* ^ ie'eta^ A. *.,.. aaairs£33£ *•■ ™ #* **<• aa^*#****** w be 91 Notice. fevering WHO invtiniions to O ■ j)l 1)>iiJJ'' I^t* Box ML M7MI €> BUFFALO. ■■fin nf sireeij 53 *_ StCoprad!,!! © Uleweler and g *#* ft C3 £< at t^r£Z&£l\tX ■ « ton -t sm 0 «*i ««rf tik« Ca&wsfoa' TL£# Emd«son native*. By h**- a_,*• • imp aaw Jtee^med Tickets, jfm etn lane anto* BaaanA* CSechei nivanr Semdenc* or ^ f":Betel, tints sarmg^jifXi both frodbUjm&d* OmrnOm Ticket** <M,*SrmMn streety opposite nttiaf for ,1 J. W. O'NJUL, - «r Proprietor 1 11 gm mim irgirxr ijr Sfe?" S fifivsrtp,. TMA1, n i? WII#iWlWij<r< A we* 61.l«S|ff B. j" ,«Wf :IjOST. *r- : ASB^TAjf TOFPT, J3TB3ta°i aroiiad her nock. A hMtont reward will he piifL H>HI> iiiig wt to bar owaee-. v' ETO* t kadlactohar , JuAm^fmoftsmaH of bonnets, hats, ¥orw**iy cape, made fa the latest rtjto, attiST" * Itw. 0. A. FAI...

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

> lAWuawBh! 'tyuya. m'- Galrpston WMI iBSHraBCP THE HOm f^ar* "^W —. Mf. .-. -#ta.A 5- > ■ ■ i !■ rpHS CIT! BAKh UK HOINTOI*, CtftM W. L. MOOOT, htef 0-EO. PARTRIDGE & CO, MOODY ft:JE£I805, S « J> UBLICATIQF QXTICJb >m S 3§ vim3 -rW ?er ■ ■ # jpsjafiiMR M gaNili—I' (j,i 4 ■ rst,* -nails -^^aLT m n -b Through the Crescent City rtont thfii r , 14ti last & . ^ From private letters and _, patches received in this city fco lew Orleans, we leara that- the loyal subjects of Co&w are jseparing roeeiva his majesty, the passage of fee royal party through. that city, em nwrffetD Houaioi* . , _ _ The Joystick Krewe of < )or- ;l ,;*j , -xpinm tm Jb*?* ..%s «*•>*• •?,! Utu*' .aoit nus* «se wasskaBrng *>, tfcefc ^ 1 "' j~* I j Wt* AND. SHOES, « , Jjfttoa&aaaate «y EBTIBXITOOSat " ' : mmm -x~# .2ft;. ifu«4ur£m INCREASED HIS FACILITIES srf } as f £i iscf i __ |. i jRixat * ifoasir-'-saEfltf!- *j.aefc-**o ™ . « «* &* . ' * '• ■! Ttrom t*i4 «?: 'i •PWf s3t <...

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

• i ,mmm y; ITTTWA ITffOT W3 g TOL. YI—NO. 77. m\f533-T.r "fr j"f Pff s v CT1 Mr T TI qmujti 1UU I 1 -J. H. BAKER, FROFRIBTOB. V *£ —' 1-x: Jj. 53L BAKER J. H. W1L8QK ,48 «. B.OBXOW.1 SiUXiT KsacTjax,«* S . C t J* f- $10 « 8 a in 1 oo as the Galveston subscription -j^dClw Sbteveport Times makes the request that aewspaperawiR l lmh^ir readers lowing facts: We trust that those of onr cotempora- des throughout everjr aootjoa of this broad land who have so kindly given ex- praakna of *apd^ wttft our city dur- ing the terrible ordeal through which she has just passed, win continue their good 1 MO. SXMjSMMk «3SQ aTSajpIwfgiw pel ~w* yaatf Weekly X on Daily rata* Bran MS X <* Drily rates. Weekly % <k advantages as a commercial point "Old Bed" still flows Texas and Pacific Railway still readies its iron arms into the very heart of the richest agricultural country the removal of the r i •ftamptaass tad prevent errors ud dalavs. Jtrtrni and Dtputan . b>- M I yOJy UmD Sm ttlsNt-ft arr...

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

SATURDAY, - DEC 6, 187 LESSONS FROM THE T10N. LATE ELEO There are few things in this life from which tessons cannot be learned.s This m a progressive age. as every stump speakersays in hisorafcsas, as eyery Wfr paper wySer utters in his effu- sions. Being a progressive age, therefore we the more readily learn lessons from all that sur- rounds us. * ^ The lessons of this canvass, ft rather this election, through which we' have just gone, if remembered and digested* will be of benefit to us in th# future. The time las well ni§^ passed when the people will move under the "crack of the whip. We are gradually educated to a higher and state of things than fealty to party rules, that de- mands the support of a man or set iff men, who, under the wire workings of a few tricksters who have axes to grind get the nom- inations in caucuses, whether they have brains or qualifications or cot Men and not measures, will be the rule of jfche future, if not, ** BY >H HOUSl 5f^fl6LDMBUS, Dec. 5. Fro...

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

REPORT THE IKTERIOB. JPH , DSC. «, 1S23 :«SAWI AT a W.WBCA**oa w lunr « o'olee*. A. It — ii fdUxH.1t 't — j.otoe*.P. «.. . * & s «> Jiwsler Oonradi, ler nd Wi ■I DM MM is *■ sf end resMsnsein U- tgf wHk «nsl* asne to ft* , tddresstxS t Lock Bat Of. DUKM OP BUFFALO. v&42p\ V S«Jr - sareeij stchmaker. *5Important Notlc . .g ^BAU«AGF. to^Cfudt s As 41 to afijpontf* onfts Hems- ihe Gale ohm' I % to- fid mm ham 'Baggage Cteeted ei your Residence or 9 torn boffl trouble aad de- B&ilroad Tidal*, **d ixxx or&i jtr Baggage Wag**, Om ni&a- th* Jiaihroad, Ticket end on JiwnkHa tlttet, tppot&e Jvnt&ud cm short *t*tx for Parties or " " & HOWARD, Agent X. L. WSSTHEIXMB, Frop'r Tnm^rlAae. S. aorj-fc CXTTTST # !SLi 3 xxcyrmu. - < *■ i - Proprietor, Jtmift **XA , c r, ani isths teat boueinUMflUr. Bts«®s callfor AUCTIOK SALE. &*rc, cloek JL ILt EIM03T G 33 * A. fine aflsdtttteot af bonneia, Mate, *5 ]Ejj-iBandy caps, made in the latest style, at Ito. a A. Fax...

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

ITnJph PaWlf-HfWW sotts&iirm •*• Jf • TOTCHmS aOUMC. ;U'■ ■ ® t i w'iff -Hou x©a ttM THANKS Ut WAEDS^ rd Seaerositj of Express We dip tlie following resolu- tions from the Shreveport Sotifk- tcestem-Tdegram. They breatho a spirit of gratitude, and are de- served fey tie Express Compan- ies who generously sided in as- sisting the sick ftnd helpless daring the late fearful in Shreveport. Majoi care offered &em; >_>A X I f^5 Beaahe% That the following Express companies, viz: The United States, the American-Merchants? Union, Adams, Southern sod sach other companies^ as have graroitoasiy transmitted .oor funds, and especially the Texts Express Com- pany, over whoso line all fond s for oQ* people have passed* have placed this As- sociation and-the- sufferintc and destitute people of the city 6f &eport under a large debt of gnstitudefor their liberality ■ " ■ 'TBlBoWw .'**A p UkLICjJWtlT GFFICh. P. TURNER Proprietor. BOARD HOTBOT DAV. WLKKOB W A .T i ft"- ' i | ?ft | -t/i...

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

J ,-.s ■IQITOZ f TOL YI—NO. 78 HOUSTON, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1873. TEN CENTS, H. BAKER. PXtOPROCTOS. _ EDITORS: ,f, H. BAHSiAt J• H,« WILSON & B. GUIOS, Rates cf Sabserlptlon: DAILY ZMJUt MHBOUBY, Six DAILY UZBC0ST, Three DAIL7 MBBCOBY. r. OW Tsar. Bates of Advertising. ...$10 00 DADLJ. 1 KO. >8 no! a so I* mm. r« ibhl|19 ww tuooj i3odi aooe| $aeao Dailyi Dailv rates. X M X on Daily rates ~ rate*. Weekly X of — AH articles for publication shoal d be ad- All Advertisements and Oomiannicatioiif on business should be addresiwd to the B' tfmfigftf * •* M fji . 1 Compliance with ttaaa ttder WHl tt promptnesa and prevent errors and delay*. Arrival mmA Bt/pmrtm.re •f*all i *Ui M at MIX a, *. and 4:50 . a. a*lTt ton Kail closes at IM aad :00 .B. Sew Orleans Mail arrives at 9:0f a. x. Moo- day and 4rf *. *- Wednesday aad Friday. U -M r. k. sad T a. k. at 8:10 a. ion© 30,1873, were 1,393,633 96 ; for freight during the same period, $2,285,038 52 ; miscellaneous earnings, ...

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

1 yas j. j. Bell.—The "In Memoriam'> of this able writer does not possess enough public interest to warrant its insertion. Sytnpailiidng vrHh the bereaved ladjv** regret want of space compels its rejection. Though we never retsuro rejected MSo., in this Hffitanee we will not destroy b«t preserve it "till c<lk4 for." v«ay J axe.—Darling girl! All yorir cetera poraries have ^ subsided, .Do let nB bid yo& an nSotr. dtve oar readersvx r*l ' y~.' ■■ THE ELECIIOH FSAID8. Wife, the aid of the Central Railroad, it is alleged, W. B. Ba- ker, its Vice-President, canied the election in Harris oonafcy. He transported fee men employ- ed oi>: this road free of charge and registered and voted them in this county and city, " If this allegation be true, the example set "by fee railroad magnate is * * and rninous to the be no security in the future the purity of the ballot, a soulless corporation can a regiment erf men from ahy point and storm fee citadel where the honest ireeman has int...

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

POLiGE FORCE. i3E3 4 # uiiwi'iim SPECIAL NOTICES. daily meecuey SUNDAY, - - 'DEC. 1,18?3 -DKO. «r 18T3. TBHPB8ATDR! TAXES AT C. W, PB8CAY *00., JEWHLBES. 81 MAIS aXBSCC. 6 o'dork, A. M ........ 54 1J o'clock, IT. ........... OB S o'eloci, P. M. 0 o'clock, P. v.... -- H * ** *♦ Members should at coos send in Hits of wftA won# and iwridenos in full. whom tiler intend fcroriag with Saltations to tit* 1 to Lock Box 531. PUKE OF BUFFALO. no^JO—tf Jeweler and Watchmaker. S. Conradi, 61 Mam street, Jeweler aijd Watchmaker. BEAD'THIS. Ixaa/jpoartetut Notioe. BAGGAGE. I am now prepared to Cheek Baggage to aB the principal points in flu Untied Staks and Utnadas; also to aM points on the Hous- ton 4- Texas Central and the Qabegttm' Houston & Henderson Railways. By hav- ing voir Railroad Tickets, yon tan have your Baggage Checked at your Residence or Hotel, thus saving you both trouble end de- tog. Bay your BaSroad Tickets, and leaee ' t for Baggage Wagons, Omnibus- 1 -—— on the SOth last. ...

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

L Bans and Insurance. Galveston Advertisements. St Louis Advertisement*. Hotel* him Public amTimcroT OUB WA8EISHT0S UBTTIB, WASHINGTON, NOT. 29. 4 Editors Houason ICorcury: Time, which charms away oar thoughts aad makes U3 almost forget the past, has hastened events upon tis in the last few weeks, until little else is talked of, thought of, or written upon, bat the dark cloud which hangs over the Spanish domains in Cuba, yet which presents lo th® United States a bright, glorious silver lining. War, which car- ries with it such dreadful conse- quences in all its tenderer as- pects, is now coveted and invit- ed, and vr&yed lor by the largest majority of the American people ever shown oh any one thought before ; and the evidences of t.hia unanimity comes XIOt more powerfully from any sect' the country than from the The whole South is ablaze with patriotism, and long for an op- portunity to give to the world the living proof that ii was not a want of love of country that threw them,...

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

HWWWBe*iF*$ ■f'j 'Jo IgKd -i Tiatias'msi! VOL. '^IKWWW HHOY wsrw HUSTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORING, DECEMBER 9, 1873. 5C-' ~{9 - t-.\ --■ -■ '-' *■•: ■•• . t: I DAILY MEECTJ1T * wiotIF1 ^ V • P " .. 1*-.V J? PROPRIETOR. Nk DSOKS t iX'i >'■& J. H. BAKKR J". BE. WHJ30 B. B. GUIOW, 1 -.j** -• f J- Botes «f Sa bscriptio n: OAILY JIE&TCBT, O*# Tsar • DAIMf MiaCUBT, 81s Monthi .... I DtQil XBK)8Hi Rim ¥nnttl..*..« ' ' DAILT MJBCOBT.Ons Moafiu......... !«• ST, One Int.... .... * ® DAILY. no tit 00 $18 00 >80 > W <£F4?F$W SP 5S^?3 Daily m*es. - • , All article* for puWlcatkm should be ad- business sbould be * to the UTtral aad Mputwt £ attmM Mall arrivss at 8*3 A. a. sadA if *. -* . .Ti_. •" * * xad 4:00 v. *. Wednasda* and JWday. ■ KiiWi *•*«►; E IMr.K. port to the Castelar Government in its efforts to establish a Ee- Adnjiral Pok> has lately ived a communication from Captain-General Jouvellar, in which there is no reference to the subject of his alleged resig- nation. 1...

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

• DAILY MEfiGUiiJ? TUESDAY, - - DEC. 9, 1813 We are pleased to know our business men and citizens gener- ally are taking a lively interest Of> igComus, and Ike festival to be given in his honor by his liege subjects here residing. ^>0 Aqnestien#finv that some of onr e* discussing is as to the time when the present incumbents give np their offices to the gentlemen jast elected. Different ideas and views are entertained. We will in our evening's issne have"an editorial giving our views based upon the law, fundamental and statutory of the State. MOj IC ARB cSlTCBirsL WKM ^ * mz Shakespeare has said, "The man that hath no music in him- self, nor Is not moved with oonoord of sweet sounds, is fit for trea- sons, stratagems and spoils ;, the motions of hts spirit are drift as night, and his affections dark as Erebtts : let no trusted." Shakespeare's idea was the correct one. The love and appreciation of music is one of the «wwtesfande^f emotions of the son!. Music ex- alts the mind a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 December 1873

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Publication Title: Houston Daily Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 December 1873

m Sew Orleana St. Loote Advertisements. Banks and Insurance. Galveston Adrerliscinenls. Anstin Advertisement.®. YToVt« ««« Public Hoases. DAILY lEECW Dallas Gotnii:—-Ksqniauui: we a part of tfee i tast week The mart,!*** jcut hade grs <* D. D. Belden, Postmaster at BpUlllUUUlM with the mail of $1197 last arrest, el h->"^3SLi^rrat ■ his wife a qo-w booaefrand was aaoagh fbe Ito wag Utafi ha was befaf^hiahttk ■ <aasai g) terribly mussed. s*3fiWi£ffirtfi brought before U. S. Commis- sioner Grant, in New Orleans, on mere j a charge of stealing a registered valuable package. The package alleged to have :!ciothes LWen robbed was sent •flw^jbopaet futon, Texas, and ib .and* lie was tbrwfe ife the siottnS -fiftffc. the postmaster in this city. It ter round out e£ •*?«#. s terici or somebody else's if tha Maggies fend mat at c ™ ,|3 which there was supposed to Now have Deen some money, and logg&g feed jaat stud that bonnet was addressed to one Peterson* cost $20 Itwocld hare bee...

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