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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 December 1873

3 DAILY HERCUEY ©J r- ■ *© SUNDAY, DEC. 14, 1873. O § as s OB s « 0 © W 60 s a C- © « « a £ 0 S3 © —« fa put © a O © A s o •* « ft © © >% © % © s *< NOTICE. Every person indebted to the MERCURY, on account of subscription, on January laf, will receive no papers fherea/la-, until the ar- rears are coileded. a We pubKth the MERCURY for money. Those who consider it worth reading, cannot object to paying therefor. We are determined to publish the best paper in Texas, and we want that which is due t«— we ask no more—and will be satisfied with nothing less. TEHPKRATCBB-StC. 13, 1BT3. TAKEN AT C. W, PESCAV ft 00., JXWSUBS. 81 MAEH 8TROTT. r>kwh«it. 6oc*Mt.A. M 30 13 o'clock. M (I S o'clock, P. IS ... 57 • o'clock. P. X 49 m> «♦ * Members should at once send in lists of friend*, with name and residenos in IU. whom they intend Havering with invitations to th Grind Reception, addressed to Lock Box BSL DUKE OP BUFFALO. nov —tf Jeweler and Watchmaker. S. Conradi, 61 Main street, Jew...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 December 1873

daily mrcuet Another Letter from Mechanic. ■ Houston, Dec. 12. Editors Houston Mercury: In the issue of the Age of the 9th inst appears a sickly article signed j. w. r., who puts forth hia feeble efforts to accuse me of want ot knowledge on the sub- ject of my article, which appear- ed in your issues of the 5th and and signed fiany Mechanics, the said j. m. r. i am acquanted ' w th, and like many other mechanics, i think there is a very soft spot in his head. What ~ a dis- £ sting attempt he lias made to dtavor in the eyes of the gentle- men he mentions. The Central shop is getting very hot for him* and i will advise Mr. Baker to mftlre a conductor of him, a posi- tion which has for a long time formed a prominent part of his innocent dreams. i am informed by a gentleman of the inmost respectability, that the same j. w. b., said to him that i did not come out heavy enough on the gentlemen he mentions in his sucking article, and he merely wrote it to get me to come out on them all, ex...

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

L#i H. BAKER, FBOKIlWOS. r. h. babs& j. h. wilson ' ^ -&-.S EDITORS: b. g'jios, ,•10 00 UAIMf MEROOBY, OM Ail articles toe pabUc*tioa ahould be ad- flrrrnrJ rA thft BflOltM MUCUKT. Ail AdTertiaements tad Oogmimlcetions on business should be addreseed to the Cosiness tbeee rales will hm trrfval , Mall antra* at s00 4. rf. e&4t:«) wjdww «t 8:69 a. m. •:00 ,1". v ialTMteo >• «£ ' ii E£ day «nd ** r. *. sew Orleans Mail ak aa at S:00 a i&umJMpSf*, sad 6M t, C-mtrel SUB «lw at M .*ii 4ti.K. at 8 jo a. a. and 8:U *• 1^1,414$ *; ■ , • > International A Smt at uatSmMnlght. fc?? H:«« . V. =Sr===f STiB ifiEBIf. Q. & "WwiBaS md Tkoa Johxsox ore «wr aWy the State. Mb. ~ ciol attention to Austin and the Wat AU contracts made hrV*m fir serrpdon and job wort and their receipts fir amounts due us will be binding on this ofiee. SIaS|3* Bade, Proprietor. i&h NOTICE. K. Albejbs is our duly antkorvsed Agent in rv' Qahnsfon to solicit and coiled; Ghmkai. AassT.—Jto«. 8. Km*...

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

I,rm*\S FR M THF 18, 1873. tubs dat, When subscribers request a change of postoffice, they will confer a favei by giving name of The United States vessel to sailed from ICey West for Bahia. Let there be peace! , ltos Geo*, with the ring frauds, began at Oyer and Ter- miner, Kew York, yesterday. mysteriously le Heme Elan of s will be visible on the 'the 18t6r at; about o'clock, and parade through the following streets: Congress, Main, McKinney and Travis. We are indebted to Hon. F. H. Willie for a pamphlet list of the [ Select Committees of Representatives of the United States, forty-third Congress, first session, commenc- ing Monday, December 1,1873. ^ ....... ^'t1 ; Say what you please about our City Hospital, but it really is a We don'fc know of any a man could die at lea' Hospital, and this tainly onght to be a consolation to a dying man. is not a success. S It says its in- ability to dr^w is caused dupes having gone up in the panic. The religions p*es$) ^0$ see, in some cases, a...

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

Egte. 1 —"jjr" •<-r -5> « IBffPBSATCaK-©KC. 15, lt* . O iTasex at c. sr. fsscat * oa, jewhleks. ^ J. S* MATH RTBEST. e Ssr*^«. ■■■■■ «id ~ 6 o' ci j! k. A. X — •■ ^5 5S S3 o'clock, H... ... 3j 5 3 o'ciock. p* K- 2 6 o'elock. P. If...,.,.. P*hrenh«it. ...... 38 .*?*.. 89 . ■. ... Gt 87 1 "~sE=aa! DEC. 16, 1873. «f- %l m, mr w* j ^3Ti i#n&% with name nd P-k^*y?' thould it one® send la iiate of in fall, whom mmm. mm Invitations to the DUKE OF BUFFALO. S*.jeweler and WfitebiBAker, S i ^ -Jeweler and © V *""< Mtm % 61 Main atchmaker. *•* >— ri* .. READ THIS. jEm.i>ortaxi.t KTotlco. BIG«A6F. pjw si v VX MWWBP : - '•d®SRw*T^ , fi _ J am new prepared to Check Baggage to principal points in the United States and Canadas; oho to dU points oniheHous- Q $■ TSxas Central and the Galveston' ^ ^.Houston <f Henderson Railways. By hoo- Sm ^ring year Railroad Tickets, yon can ham fi^^yow Baggage Checked at your Residence or - Hotel, thus saving you loth trouble and de- Z^lay. Bu...

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

lightest MHiiM.—I Willi I lOaMfcmr, i 9SMSM NOOK DISPATCHES. A Bkiadthlntr Hotel-Keeper -He Kills a Telegraph Operator. was killed by the proprietor of the Planters' Hotel. Brush aeci- dently spilled ink over the regis- ter while registering his name. Death <rfto*>TK. WtWiO'V? Chicago, Dec. 15.—Major B. Kinzie, attached to Sheridan's staff as paymaster, is dead. Report of the Western Union Telegraph Company ou the Political Situation is Washington. Washington, Dec. If—There AdTcrtfigmi ciils. TTVTCHIM PWBML H Komoi) nui. _ m. P. TURNER, Proprietor. [v"£j per cent: and in His- M 8onri;22i^cenJ- KaB m m °* m,m* ' The Hog Interest. WITH OB WITHOUT LODOH6. Betnrns relative to the total —asytBedai vvaZummmmmnn. with last indicated in the States above 'mentioned, and in the States of Georgia andlArkansas, show a total falling on of 10 per «ihi^MmlwM<>i«0:iw sseao in Illinois is 4 7-10; in Iowa 44-10; in Ohio 10 j in Missouri, 7 3-10; in Wisconsin, ~?J; per cent of correspondin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 17 December 1873

*■« 3 t m 1 £ I *M^4 £££££ mmaw yjiag ^*> -•- m,i n ■ ■■ in i vol. — ■ ■ rrrr? «* " *.* _ , VI—NO. 86 n .x - • ■ •>•• f=«v« : . • f;> 1 ■.'i'Av:."' i houston; texas, wednesday morning. december 17, 1873. priceten cents. a© 1BAILY i i w> Jm J. II. BAKER, fropbistob. S* . ~ XDXTORH: 2^2Sj .£ H. BAHXB. J. H. WILSON * r j s xt 9 s f-H > ...110 00 fl|JL* MBBCUBT. DMU MBBUUB*. MILT MEBOTBT. Three -BULt MBBCUBT, Ona wsbcly mbbcuby. o 1 KO.I1WM ootw wl ^isysw-jaf ssk'K -KSiiei&k- m - An articles for publication should be ad to the Houston Mxbcckt. ah IViliiiH—lmtl ud Communication* on should be addressed to the Business Compliance with tbeae roles will Insure 'fittwapteeas aad pfweat srrors and delara. *m**i aa* Dtpsitan at Id) a. a. sod 4:80 a* S:00 a. a. uri 04)0 n •wiil stfctt* BfcJ MUM Saturday. WtMmt< a IfJlaDMit s« *.*.«* *•*• at 8:90 a. *.and.8:18r. STATE AeraT". G. R. Wright and Thoe. B. r art our duly authorized agents for Mb. Johmsqs wUl give his espe- n to A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 17 December 1873

DAILY MERCURY FBI WEDNESDAY, DEC. IT, 1873. Congress gave Secretary Robe- son $4,000,000 for naval purposes. Win. B. Bakers m^ortty over Tracy in Harris county, accord- goraery, S3, majority in ThisgiveaBaker a the District of 183. Baron Yon Eeuter, who took a seventy years' lease of tie an- cient kingdom of Persia, has not;, come* up to time with the price, and the Shah has kept the earnest money and rejected all further negotiations. 2nced meni __ and invasion of the rights of the people of Harris «itfty by Win. It. Baker and the Central Railway, it was not the ; mlentlon to instance any particular cases of f&ul. Wg tag'to the official we print this moVmng, is 206. «*> sA >*4, Tracy' Baker in Mont- itati^gfe&i t ized^&ll of tfieui re a lwge majority Bak^K \taffthe general facts ? We any special pleading in answer, bnt a manly depMtn^a fujjjus- tification 'of th£ cwmuct# ifitho "boSS." ! ^Is aify Mbof ne^did that these ! ien Toted! fioolc at the poll TELE want yni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 17 December 1873

YMERCUB-T Xri^SSr^: iht : m DEC. Hi indebted to the IfERCURY, i ir sfoariptivnton January 1< | receive no papers (hereafter, until (he or- are collided. :i "v.-. .-• JJR: itlERCtfRY for money. OgK triha eennider it worth reading, cannot ** Ore OT-e determined to publish the best paper ittexaa,Md tee want (hat which is dmt us— ® £Pasl^ y re—<wl tr<7J be satisfid with £ S i o , JIB JHHHBHB S S. The ladiee of tho Bpiscopal Church in t$£s citj- desire to announce to the pubKc ~£ Fair for the pur- s c4 raising a fund to purchase an or- fof tfcechurcii, will be held at Graf's 1 oa tlis 2 2d and 23d insts. Doors of i Hall will be opened en Monday, the at 3 o'clock p. *., and will close cm igfat ol Tuoeday, the 23d inst. There also be a supper and musical enter- sent during its progress. Every effort W wfll bo. mahe to make the occasion enter- Jm filing, and we trust to receive the pairon- ® apt the occasion merits. . g -Sfontribatiena to the supper, and any 4*4 ajgistamte tendered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 17 December 1873

nam ~ii ■ in m < i r« —mm DAILf NOON DISPATCHES. CONtfSESSION AL. CJommercia.1 Hotel RESTAURANT, ! rn^W . no JouA 9rlf rncr Committee on Privileges ipjjg Proprietor calls attention to tlie fact The and Elections divided upon this question, whether Pinchbact upon his credentials, was entitled ..... . _ K . - that be has not only largely _ to be sworn w s.| ti fSQlTS^I£LOa .kaiit &&&& a resolution that tue credentials boabd bt thb cat, week or moitjk, of Pinchbaek, to a seat of six years, commencing the 4th of Marcn,1873,beingin regular iorm, he is entitled under the law and usages of the Senate to be sworn in, and that whatever grounds of contesfctherewere tpjfcis right should^ ^ The question tipon which tne Committee divided was not as between McMillan and Pinch- back, but whether Pinchback should be seated. Stockton was 4^1511 H011 Morton's motion to, cpgtfgj&fc" back as we go to press. INCREASED HIS FACILITIES Tgair 'lo fio1 FOR i M psfiteb' 'Ulkic^J l Oomns...

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

iiHl i££ufe«tf& •|| inii I" tJiJL fiuasai tn ii> ♦. • * | "* tfiiir f Fr>' #?*f ii«j -4u*> H;; / fcttOtf t?2 j fr^wnr -o 1 ' dfaj lii '.vj J * ! ■■MM *■•' ■■■ ■ ** it! r xsw " UfnmKiiiiA SBC .* •< -?i£QC :< «-r<KTl «. r c -'.• 1 ,5l'V-"i 5 JJ,'iJ H - "J'iO !. wrm rrrrr *R VOL. VI—NO. 87 -U HOUSTON'TEXAS. THURSDAY >•• MORNING^', DECEMBER 18, 1873.' ; i i- f-.< 17 - l: W *© I s MD A ,r H. BAKER. £ PRQFBirro*. ' ' as -=—===? ■ ini iiiti' * '-■ ••■ >* - — *-*'* * -- - j jfetH I ? lutw ' OAILCMSaODST. OM Yea*...... fit ^ kseo0m«.om ib p*htft"**'aj vir*q AllgjrtlcWMae patftaatlaa afcoalAikaa* « dnw&roOaBMMM *5 AUaidreftiBwaaiti Ji|| Maiwi fhonii" * jfe Cof|£Uauce' with Ui«m rule# will lamta thonld be addressed to U« iSSSJf-/ - <V, : lemn^ldriM ^ * JjlmnT6fr rw«a mm • !> WM SUM UltlM • !«*.«. & *■.* oitV >r .-HtfOOU U'tiir'ls'HW •r'2 imw r«.' >3! Ss s , fc:.^|«aws attekt*. ljfri a. B. Wnwirr imrf Thna JowSfox are our duly av&Of iitd ag...

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

V >- - • ll^fe m& ■ VYi -• :. at, DSC. 18, 1813. BlFFfCCITHM TBI II- C0ST5U 1DJHSI8I*AT10S web of and with prejudice or w« Trill sheen." While many difficulties ing order, system and justice out of the chaos rests upon jBie shoulders of the Democratic' party, with Governor Coke as the leader and advteer. ££*3 j * We have no fears of the result. We have W fttnawt Confidence in the final isspe. Th^ $rst and the greatest difficulty to be grap- pled is the one of finance. Otrr nAafTy treasaI7 im&SSHVU aSg; , our Lieu- we know cher- t such views and fed- we have attempted to eiffiSS and wtll give all his en- ergy, his influence, and hiC dpw- intellect to carry th&u-lat. to answer for, passion I* 41 ±~-ao mm „ _ ^ to be^Kt „ the incoming adminidtra&jh/yet sre do cot propose in this aptialtt to treat ot but three, and because they are, iiafop^nfe guestion^ We shall treat of these three briefly, but as tersely as possible, The Democracy having jaafegot- ten into power, ,h...

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

TEXf^BAtf mm' Grocers. ■Mljiilif \Kli c r. IUV08E-9EC. IT, MW.U-- at a w. pkscat ft oa, /swfcusiw i «ntAia_ Fahranh«it. CMTi*|M Md mmmii wltkoat Money. 'fcuring the susp«ttigt*fte*?fefaltf« * the great pressure in IB® money market, I yry1 Oiirtageaj' Jefcey WfcgbnA Bag- gies and Harness of every pattemand price, eion ■Ai •* M- J S *: Vakrenh C o'ekK-V, A. M ... ... M S'0^SOk* *!*•••>-"? 70 3 o'clock, P«K*.«v +++ 1 I « IVKock,i BU dfc gr . - ROTICE. £ ^ E<VT indebted to the MERCURY, © on acqgmt of subscription, on JcoMory 1st, |> rviS rjteive 1& papers thereof!#, S rears ore coUecied. :*.• . . © tte MERCURY money. W Thoeegho cmuider « wrth reading, cannot g5 object paving AereM- commis- lieie, withoot intern*. D. ' R.i£arsh Sew Orleans. novH-w3t St, New Orleans. it ftwwMWrt of ■S, in Tat*, and ire want that which is due va— toe «wre—aad will be sofofitd with ^ noOH^lesf. - - =•'- *' s >agBrtwwaiwy. £2 %e ladies of the Episcopal Church in His npthing hntfresh groceries...

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

K3HI TKB SPIRIT LOW. rue Wi iwy-A Toang I*dy Oons Her and Dies Prerfirtinz Her Retnru to ur« •. ... From RociJ8fer?9ta^@tt &iJ*fjfcroutL§ The neighboring village of Avon is at present Jehjojing genuine sensation on account of a circumstance which has re- cently been brought to light in that place. The cause of in- citement section of country is ery of the fact that a woman has been lying in tlittlPTilfesgfc'fbr nearly five weeks, without breath- trance is in accordance with pre- vious predictions, and the events therefore, has occasioned excite- ment antk cariosity not only in the Spiritualist denomination, of which the woman BpeHtapmjf a member, but also among the good people of Avon and the - case are as t; ? body, or the movement of a single muscle, she passed into what is called a trance, to all ~ ~ >tiM e1 since tnat time, lyirig upon her pipelined to the gntsiae. .tier attendants sol- emnly aver that m that time mm m has not partaken of a particle of thing to drink, nor...

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

I Sills % WtjES ■ms&BF&Skr-,- agp§ €3 «£&r -tn'Jtr gHA '■ jffrp**? 0 *yj;H #• :v.>i-^, JJ*I8 ^4 fa]ft HOTJSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY MQROTK&, , uv&I-a -■ vast realm they are shown, are made to represent ^ome subject of interest and, to embbdy instruction. .Such was the office performed by the bril- liant and dazzling procession last night. Expectation was on tip-toe, and many a wild guess and extrava- viA'i; Itil m £ Xt I TBS KIIG OF GAI8TI M IB I S; WfiEHLf > t*0« Jft si'i iS | &Tlffirp&lk£& U&XS?& Mai)ERn i>REA!tf." ^ © OB yr;<T' n g ^THE OTKBf ^QEr;or MA® $ *«5 ''ZpZyZXT? Z^mswr,, imm v/r^£ tg& *i a; -jT<? MD Mil •the Opera Heine Jammed with De- T'-T: |g -TJ .... . . . —the seeret was toe well guarded " we soon found out that t* was which find oat r Being darkness—not upon whioh to that it was either K. W. 0. lodge, a new-fangledRcd a Pow-woir, or a white washed ol Hope-we resolved to do the thing left us-^wait for fatnre ^tjSAp...

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

Hta I M fore, socb a pestiferous rasa, we pre- sumed at once that the King intended in him to satirize the State Militia, but since we know the Adjutant Gen- eral to be a much handsomer man than this'fellow was, we take it all back and say to him " Fa, mouche !" A hook-nosed old "Densio'ner" fol- lowed, wearing upon his head-one of those coffee-pot caps worn by ""our armv in Mexieo," in '46. fie'iaeaa* dered along like a neglected Eeroctf the past generation, and seemed to be wondering how much "fight there was inside the fancy uniform wore,a in front of him. If anybody had cried "On to the Bio Grande l;,. .whide; he was passing by, we venture , to as^ aert ho would have been the first to respond, but as.it was he moped like .Othello, for his occupation was gone! But for the police rattle grasped in his loccat hand, and which he. wielded with energy he could have been mis- taken for an escaped effigy from a. wax-works show. _ Dancing along behind him was a. fair maiden, tricked out ...

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

thx habeas corpus case. 4<®4Jc.; common j5 " 00* STATS &0TEB5MKST. , , S| ■ - a*3$«]R ifat ^6 We have previously that Judge Coke is fairly el ^ Governor of the State of Texas. § fits majority is-so large that any S efforts to thwart the declared ~ wish^ of ,ed in Wednesday's Galveston News to been arrested in Austin for ille?, gal voting in Houstoh at the late eioctiott, and &sft the case had been carried before the Supreme Court on a writ of habeas eorpii8. We havC tateii' soine pains to beginning^ of aseries of arrests fbr the same 6ffence committed iii t£k city at the recent eleotion. a> It appears that a Mexican, whose real name is Joseph Bo* deriguez, states-that he^told Mr. Baker he was aeitizen of Austin tend had nd figtotrtorvote in Bonos- ton. Thvt MK Baker overruled his olg«ietioiit, and prevailed to vote him- er Mexicans, citizens of Anstiu, to Houston sl ^ lor the same purpose, which he 8 %sx, silently gave their assent 9 TheAaayi^K rSrtil.Bod- £n TOhmtarr ...

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

CITY BAHI OF HOUSTOH, OiL WORKS BUlroad •ad HOUSE, AUSTIN, TEXAS, **WI" B. M. ODOM, ProprtetwB Ktaated wltatn twobloekacrf the Bd SSSfi«!BMaSlL- ran. <M Ik* general ticket sad transfer offices ara in &3 «sa a baJidteg. .septa-tf . < !"•' Pxoprl®tor. * Hi •in of XeickHt^ llahwid „liout the State. i received subject to cheek, ud la« '^FJ or W. L. MOODY. K. 8. JEMIftON, —ASD— General Commission Merchants 8. JACOBS ft BECKHARDT, KikHUPACTtJBBBS OfP ooa. lira oaz. and (OnoBk ADBta,. -■; PSgfeg- AH orders entrusted to me executed. * - -f . iiT; V Goods, Trunks, Etc. GEO. PARTRIDGE,& CO., ii i KilWlOWMII AMD MIT1M Dt RAILWAY OILS AID CAE GfiEASE, I) *' - r- - ' 7v<T^ra SsTlgatton. > " * I-'.' T^OROANLINE SfliAMERS *-jjj* To^STe-vc OrleaalA, ; ■ Vtt Sntkcv ttd IMIU'i liotdii . or merchants can remit I on this olty end G la transferred to d Southern a •zeept for Exehsnge. Dlreotore: > A* • .mrrcHnre, P J.BCBKB, OOB.BNHIS, ["■«"* . •.' i *! ™ & H- BLLM> JU3T0* IN...

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

afeasne. M?r|T«1 A &■*'< U iti i 5:^ :wwt u iJiUOSai YJIM y. > li -JK arm iti-o't oJ iitw (,i j T fa «:s .i .vi ^>K ^iej !-J ateclttej* oii<r ,-dfc titoei >i V-iHiiSvC"* . i «Ji* >iif to3 *Hi" jf>. fl r kv ! i.«{ii-■■; fewufi at£t f" zss& ■■' ■■ -•■' ■■■ 1 ©ftlfVT .UfjUI O'iv : ;. !« j ,«hl lyjiatmis vjttf&i hyiz J. H. KER, e •*>«- r ^. 4MsOni n,-a^i.' i * ti J. H. BAKER J. H. HMOK HW JBs:fcUi-;n.'Oa B. B. GUIOS, —i- li|T Bates «f Sotoerlpttoe^ MUCQXZ^Om Teat.. kftnag^JrfP DA**- ttes «r I flii VHl «* k* ***& $ iMffESti «"W jsar i.'v-'S ' • '.i ' V:' "■:: fl *£86 for publication iMi k tbouldbeafi«-e*,teth« Badineaa wltk ttaeanlaa itt fcwi i - . JI.IL'UJ M... jr1 -•■•. - w ^ -, 1 -- I -i i .' . j: ' Msii..:/ s*auu,_. trKAj-f&eo Omtnl M a el—* at MO A. wt Hn*-iurt«< «f «TkM> before Om Mi j*" TT.fifW i' Messrs. q. R. "Weight and Thos. B. % Smrsiesawae^ jP • oiol attention- ft jftnttraMt A* Jfiwt AU amtra<& +*iiebf Mwtfjftr ■ admit...

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

duly mercury SATURDAY . . DBG , 1813 «F EX-ASSOCIATE JUS-1 % MCE SEiSOX- sdE^lg^five mea for his money, t3Sfetgegraffc«>Gentiy flashed someone thousand dollars, and oyer the wires gencethat Samu^^ <?« * , had dropped dead at Coop- erstown, from apoplexy. The number of deaths of mea nixed as great by their wftteuthepast few ninthsbaa> been nnnsaally great. God in His inscrutable providence has taken from oar midst some of the brightest intellects—men >whp, in the walks of science, hare mado a - record which will live as hag as oar language ia known. The distinguished Ju- rist, Samuel kelson, .was one of the brightest v stars in the stellation of intellect in this na- the prompt and speedy hang g by the people of three of the marderers. Weareno apologist ifor mob law; we ape^opposedftd circumstances, Aid •ior moo law lit under any wfidlbf after- & swindler from a credulous gentleman bn ej^in Mis^ the foHbwing Mter. no editor named E. M. Jennings, or reporter named J. W...

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