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

:• ft- ' ~ •M "rM VOL Y -NO. 278, HOUSTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. HSBB8S—===—H DAILY MERCURY J. H. baker, proprietor. KDITOBS: jr. 11, 23AK1GR, or. H. wrLSOJST. «, B. CHEESBOBOIJOH, Bates of Subserlptloa: DAILY MERCURY, One Tear <10 00 - DAILY MEBCuSY, Six Months..... 5 " 5MER0URY, Xhrea Month*. « MERCURY, On# Month ..... 1 00 LY MERCURY, One Year 8 00 Bates of Advertising. bbOAILT. 1 ho. |2 aros im S MC 18.113 XOS jag! ixce. - $ 8 00<$14 00 |1800 iso 001 $60 00 il y tad Weekly X on Daily rates. Every I day K of Datiy rates. Weekly X of Baily particles for publication should be addressed houston msrouby. . nts and Communications on should be addressed to the Business with these rules will insure aptness and prevent errors and delays. MJtffiTf PEGGY. [The following verses are of interest as a youthful production of President Jefferson; and are printed in the Historical Record from the original manuscript in his handwriting, ia the possession o...

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

igg& m §mm 'AILY MEItOURY ;■/=£= s-fffSSDAY july 29, 1st3. : She Chinese in Havana refuse By longer to receive paper money, feey were to be paid in coin and demand the terms of agreement. The English Parliament will itively be^prorogued early in August Tub Commercial.—We have received from R. L. Fulton, Esq., of Galveston, a postal card, an- noraxeing that the new steam press, type and other material having arrived, the first number of the Commercial^ 11 be published Sunday, Angnst T HE Stock Law.—Ouxexchanges seem to be aUre to the importance of the cattle interest of Texas. She Steel Law and the amend- ment to the penal code, which we printed some time ago, hav e been copied into over thirty pa- pers, and the ''Stockraisers' Ad- dress" has had an equally good circulation. The Difference .—Governor Davis, in his insane thirst for office, neglects his duties at home, takes a retinue of officials and hastens "on to Washington " to abuse, malign a^ traduce Senator Flanagan, who ha...

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

DAILY MERCURY SaW*- .rrrr tbesdat - JULY 29, 1873, . 1'K.'itFKK ATOM* _ JULY 88th, 18*3. TtiBSS AT C, W, PESCAF & OC.. JEWEL28& <4 MASK RIM. ' :%Z' F*hvenb<*. 76 ... 8 ^ 5 tf-eS** k, K, M lie?***, M .. < o'clock, P. JC ,Woi«k, P.* 4Ht : wut u«p*ttsf« orx Ui Mail antra* *19.-40 s, *• and 6:00 . U Mat! cicsns at 9:00 a. k. and 8;80 ?. H, Jry ;>rln>ri£ Mall srrtvsa at 0*0 A. X. Moodily a>.<1 6:00 r. M. Wednesday and Friday. .W Orieaat Mail close* • tS-'i^O 4 K. Wednes- day ui! Friday , sod 6-.S) p. *. Satnrciay. Central Mail arrireest 7:00 r. x- aod ft a_ en, fopi Monday. ' ii- ' V ■ ^ C.UKi! Mai; els< 8:90 A. V. and 4:16 . K. •*-«p* Bator'-ay. '': :>- interna! ion.M & liml Sortfcern Mail arrive# at •.so ?. x. intennu-jtmi a aro«t Northern 2£a!! departs at 8:«> i. w. 1- ."'- Ail Kails eiass at the Houston Postoffice three -jiisrstrt of aa hoar before tit* train leave*. CANDIDATES. For Sheriff of Harris Connfy. We announce our fellow citizen, T....

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

iPONDENCE. Correspondent the New York Times. of Da Tisas Politician. Mistake of the Corres- pondent. PoUtieal Career of Davis.; First Nomination Election. Got. and Special' Legislative Acts. Vast ©eneral Powers. ———■—- His Letter and fnglorions "'M Failure, . He, Alone, Accountable. Dallas - - Convention. Review of the Whole Matter. Galveston, Texas, ) July 25, 1813. J Houston Mercury: The Washington correspondent of the Sew York Times in a late number of that journal says: Gov. Davis has shown himself to be a very shrewd, able and bold poli- tician." ,y - The errors into which corres- pondents of great journals, like the .New York Times, may occa- sionally fan, even when writing from tiie centres of power, influ- ence and knowledge, are fitly illustrated^ the aoove state- ment , u S his excellency. Whether E. J. Davis, Governor of Texas, has shown himself to be a very shrewd, able, and bold politician is no longer a matter of opinion^ it is a question of fact The tests by which he ...

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

US mm m mmmm e * * ■SIB ^Sgp. ^^_ mmm KSggP gjgjlllli *S? MUi ■ i - ^Jfi ill 1 <£*•> 1 I ' : n jp I: H f IB, Vil J aGl -T.« TOE. V-NO. 279, HOUSTON; TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30. 1873. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. 8J_~ DAILY MERCURY ■T. H. BAKE3R, PROPRIETOR. BMSOS8: ,T. H. B-A^XER. J. H. WTLSOIC. &. B. OHEEUBOBOtOH, bk -v M K' Rate# of Subscription: DAILY MEROUBY, One Year 10 00 DAILY MERCURY, Six Montha 5 95 DAILY MERCURY, Three Months 3 T DAILY MEBCUBY, One Month 1 00 WEEKLY MEBCUBY. One Yew 3 00 Rates of Advertising. DAILY. 0*S WCH 1 MBit 8 W i*OS. $14 00 S kos.16 MOS. $13 00: $30 OOj $8000 12 noe and Weekly M on Drily rates. Rvery X of Daily rates. Weekly X of Dally AO articles for publication should be addressed V-) t}i« Houston Mkrcvby. A# Advertisements and Communications on -*,,i<*sea she old be addressed to the Business Maj>sg«r. v rimpitsiioc with these rales will insure romptaees sad prevent errors and delays. jte / M IVI ob a French Work iri. - The Bnffians U...

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

DAILY MERCURY ^WSUSESDAT JOLT 30, 1873 We have received the summer schedule of the Vandalia route, from that prince of passenger agents, Cliaries Babcock. It pos- • " " sesses advantages whichwe would !>e pleased to make public could we afford to dp so gratuitously. Sensible at Last.—The edi- tor of the San Antonio Express says: ^ ''^111 The editor feels constrained to surrender at discretion to the almost invincible army of ever encroaching dullness. The editor is only at this late day doing what his readers have been doing for years. gash At McKiknsy.— McKinney wheat is offering at that place, in small quantities, at seventy-five cents -per bushel, and good flour at four dollars per hun- dred pounds. From 'the good crop raised in north Texas a&{l the large yield in Kansas and Missouri, we think flour will be cheaper than it has been for some years past in northern Texas. — Postal Aptpointments.—The Postmaster General has ordered the following appointments, July 22: " D. C. ...

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

mmm WEDNESDAY JULY 30, 1873. tSHPBRAICBS-JVU\ XMfc. 1ST3. tasen at c. w, vsscaV * oo.. jewelsbs. 81 HAIK 8TBEBT. Fahrenheit. 8 o.la k. A. M il o'clock. M.... 8 o'clock, V M. c ..'cltxk. P. *. 82 81 ' " 8t 'ntis! iiriiirtw* #f a«ii fTiat 9.-M a.«. and f: r. * af :l eloM at 8K a. K. Mid 6:10 r. «. a-„ arrtio* at 9:00 a. *, Mondey aa.l e X. Wednesday and Friday. New Orleans M«U Ami at 8:00 a h. Wednea- ,14>- sad Frt j ay„ *5*1 6:39 r. K. Saturday. Central Mail *rr! res at 7:00 P. M. and 8 a. *.. ex, crpt Monday. ; <'cBtral Malt closes at 8:80 A. u. and4:18 p. v. . v-'pc Saturday. j ,'ateruatioual k tireat Northern MM1 srrlves at 8 30 P.M. -U.>- InternationalA Great northern Mail departs at . =<* - -• ' , — . AW MatU close at ths Houston PoetoOoe to* 4u&rt«ra vif an boor before the train leave* CANDIDATES. For Sheriff of Harris County. If Ctspt. Ed. WaiXAits wfll become a can didate for the office of_JKeri& of Harris county, lie will be^BflOTted by ^^^fANY friends. T...

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

D AILY MERCURY Fll'l cf Lifv'rf JrtfcTIHSf, Tift way is hmg, my darling. , , ^ She rami is rough and steep. AaStsst serosa tha evening- sky f % I see the shadows 3\voep. . ^ 13f%?« If; a oh f my love, my darling, jUg h to ill to us eau oome. M Ko iatrors tarn us from the path. Fer w® arc going home. Yo-if feet ore tire<l, darling— So tired, the tender feet ; But think, when we are there at last. How sweet the rest! how sweet: For to J the lamps are lighted. And yonder gleaming dome. Before us, shining like a star, V~ •' - Shall guide our footsteps home. V."e r&lost the tiowers we gathered So earfv in the morn; Ana on we go, with empty hands ' " garments soiled and worn, f the dear All-Father ,:g$; 1 out to meet us come, urer flowers and whiter robes wait for us at home! - ; *'■ ? Asijeofeii my love, and famished ? Art adnt and soreathirst? - ~ 'ffr m ilirirt jmi little while. And joyous a3 at first; j r oh! the sunsets never ;* WUhin that land of bloom, And thou shalt eat the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 31 July 1873

My - - : - : yMSfecc Slfi mm i^Cgj ^^fa§p ;-S2j."-- VOL. Y-NO. 280. ■ " 1 '<wMm nj "'** wMmm DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER, pkoprietor. EDITORS: J, Ij, BAKKRt J". B. WILSON. K. H. GHSK8BOBOVOH, Business : Bates of Subscriptloa: DAILY MEBCUBY, One Fear $10 00 DAtLF MEBCUBY, 81x Months 3 25 DAILY MEBCUBT, Three Months 2 71 DAILY MEBCUBY, One Month 1 00 WEEKLY MBBCUBY, One Year 3 00 Sates of Advertising. DAILY, os* hwb* 1 no.il son 57w!|M80 3 HQS. $1800 8 WML Bra $30 00 $80 00 Da if and Weekly X Mftn othei day X of Daily rates. Weekly X of Dally ratea- to tht Houaton MD6MB , AH Advertisements sod Communications on basi.&es afcoa'.d be addressed to the Business M&iagag'. _ li\;- > k oorapHsuiec with these rales will insure prompteeas and prevent errors and delays. The little ;<>L infxxl.' Ms team Struck With Paralysis-Childish Inno- cence—u0h, Papa, Mamma's Dead." The Virginia City (Nevada) En- terprise, in a recent issue, relates the following: "Mr. John W. Van Broeklin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 31 July 1873

ISBsSf BY TELEGRAPH. JUI,Y 31, 3 S7S. SPECIAL TO HOUSTON MERCURY. _ foseroy is texar. IM. Yt. PomeToy is not a repre- tivQ man. though he is a rsafu! one, in the world's ac- ggaiknt cf the phrase. His se- >ii co deliver the opening at the Grimes County in this State, did not display [noli judgment on the part of the itleiaeu delegated to make the llection. IMp 11 I We regret that they wandered ^vay from our own State, as they feily could hare found men not, more competent than Mr. lomeroy. hat more sincere in their and more reliable in their cements, to address them. In Nfe&g abroad for the lion, they fere deceived by kf&fcskin, which a, by Covering an They mistook , genius, and, for the j monopolized %y the relass of orators, Sgfened to cap advice how to improve their ion, with the usoaktlieoret- npon political ccon- [my. thrown in by wa^p mysti- Ication. '• - jSmp It is an ama/iug f&fct that prac- men will patiqifly stand and >ear abuse from professional dem- ago...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 31 July 1873

SBgtet- jy mercury 5at - - - sl« 18?a- LK —JULY 30th, 1873, PE8CAY * CO.. JEWELERS. ai main 3Tas*r. Fahrenheit. **•* s _ _. , y. M 2 $ o'clock, P. It «... « ■■ "* * v r iv*l and SMptftmn tmivsatj® M«a arrives at 9:00a. *. aadwo Galveston Mill closes at tM a. *• «d «'• Ssw Orleans Mail srrivesat 3:00 a.*. M«d ar sisti 5:d0 ?. M. Wednesday «>4 Friday. New Orleans Mttl dosees* #*® * *• WtOamb day ud Friday., uJ «:30 r. si. Ssiordsy. Gsttral Mtil arrives at 7:00 p, jc. and * a. m., ex, cept Monday. Central * « closes at 8:36 A. K. and 1:16 r. M. toternattoBal * Great Northern Kail aitlTM at e-so ?. M. iatemaiiortal * Orsat northern MaU departs at 8,00«. a. All MiSa elose at ft* Houston PoatoflVoe three i of an hour before the train tome. CANDIDATES. Foe Sheriff of Harris County. If Capt Ed. Williams will become a can ' lor the office of Sheriff of Harris 1,0•""'"sotw IDS. The frk-cds ot Petkr Floeck announce hi® as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, and will giTe him ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 31 July 1873

A Letter freni Cel. Henry H. Sparks, Chairmaa Seott Ballro.-d Convention, 4,1878, r-RisoFXELC. Mo., June 28, 1873. Sparks. Chairman Railroad F&rt Smith, Ark.: SirI am in receipt of kind letter, inviting me a Kaiiroad Convention held in your city on the 4th My health is such I cannot it; which I sincerely re- becaase, I assure you, it 1 afford me great pleasure to - with you and your people, and a question that has tor its so much good to the entire southwest of the Missis- The late Legislature olthe of Texas passed a bill incor- tlie St. Louis and Mexi- Esilroad, and granting thousand two hundred and of land to the mile to its construction. The road is from Sabine Pass, f of Mexico, to some on tbe Atlantic and Pacific i, making the and most practicable to the city of St. Louis. Its the State of Texas be through the counties of , Tyler, Angelina, , Rusk, Upshur, Wood, and passing of Beaumont, Henderson iern Tex- of the Mis- Eailroad it is ex- i the right of way iw Nation to len, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 1 August 1873

^ - • ? gl §j!|fj||^ .; I| ' •• ■ — - - ■• - £ ..• '•-^ ■.> V.-NO. 281. // HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1873. CE, Fl DAILY MERCURY or. H. BAKE R, fkofreetob. EDITORS: J. h, -w ATfBiR^ J. ec. wilsok". K. R. CHEESBOROUGH, of Subscription: DAILY MEBSUBY, One Year. $10 00 DAILY MEBCUBY, Six Month* 5 85 daily MEBCUBY, Time Months.. S IS DAILY MERCURY, One Month.. 1 00 MSBOUBY, One Tear 3 00 Botes of Advertising. DAILY. 1 *a |fl 3108. |S*os.je HOi LjlSnoe OHS EKCH. i |$14 00j$is< ffa0 0 o| too 00 i y and Weekly X dsy X of Daily rates. on Daily rates. *rery Weekly X of Daily All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Mehcitby. All Advertisements and Commanleations on bafisiMs should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rules will insure promptness and prevent errors and dellts. Arrival and Departure Galveston Mail arrives at 9:00 a. m. and S .-00 v. *■ G&iraston Mail clatee at tM a. x. and 6:30 *. *. Sew Orleans Mail arrive...

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

V1 «s=ass™ OF TH? FUR- ___ i-eruor. there appears the State, and we to find this lond in their au adjoin- ~ "i aty for this office. We y of the representative Democrats advocating sof JXMBS H. UTTI4 nKU\ county, t hear more made some that Major Tesas iu 1852, ce in Wash- county, where outbreak of as a of After M but bis ,Ji ';nown he 1 f { i ranks to of the he retiiTC- peMiiglcss, being weli- in starting at Millican, and terminus of the to Calvert, where business, that he has by to business and snce3eded in lucrative a fortune, and time securing the con- of all around a stanch Democrat, w'U receive the ;th of bis party vote, and man to beat. FOR Ti?E LUSATIC ASI nar. id;ot who has ex- of the local side of has become so obfusii- since he commenced the of anatomy under De of the beencDin- h'm in charge. A ;wltl be put upon month gagged, lb^'ew^uot by h;s pro&nity. sent to Dan to return to the city, and the idiot ri charge. — is toBiame?— Houston papers at Navasota, were not re The...

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

. ; - W; ■ • ". • x' ago- Bing were heaven! ora joy to grief, ras no larger handkerchief.. te need, I ;breadfrnit, jVaa my little sweetheart • a sunny summer day. sys 8 And 1 Of , sail in Oh! Goln ; old time told you ern clime'?, i were we ) the palm, or 3m? They may call you Goln, I cannot fo Mm Tikei Butt rage— etheart bie cities, ray The 1 the i ele I, as sees tltr.,u','« on dent of the br, dnrfu? the Fxpo- world furnishes its presents a kalei< 3S t jk 5 I" £ every a bit of color. i«l is the imperial in the gayest of rb white horses, in golfl- a coachman of the average rotundity ity. and two footmen if they never had a the momentous ' parting their back hair their silk-encased the carriage sits r, whose plain uniform e contrast with the liv- _ s, and beside ? Empress Elizabeth, ltly beautiful and are followed by long I carriages, each contain- member of the royal the older nobility. It but behind all there are e family which Le the Empire by and rumor is often wrong, aperor is...

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

DALLY MERCURY ?M1>AT AUGUST i i in is'sa. 'T®a?8RiTCWI—JULY 31, 18T3. TASKS AT a *, aj^Iv h oo,. JEWEUSES. BSIIIIK: « mass ' ■■■■Hfl ,4.K S e*cioes,p. M. g o'cte*. F. *. ... 73 ... 88 ... 90 ... 9# ■ «> ' m m' tr: '{ For CANDIDATES. of Sarria County. e: I fcewby ai for 9^3 office of subject to the Da teation. as a candidate of Harri3 county, Nominating Con- M. Noble. If Capt. Ed. Williams will become a can- didate for the office of Sheriff of Harris county, he will be supported bv MANY FRIENDS. The friends of Pstkb floeck announce him as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris cotiai give him a unani- 3am S. A&hs is a candidate for Sheriff o Ha®* county, subject to decision of the County Democratic invention. %• < W>. announce cmr fellow citizen. T. TJ. lcbj30Ck, as & suitable ^b'ntleman to fill the office of Sheriff of Harm county, and pledge him our undivided support. He is a native of the county and favorably known. many friends. For Commissioner of the Gen...

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

•; - \ v; I - vl *^C ■B JHH - 'WSfSI\Sfc SSigP? pswu = V.-NO. 282, - MERCURY Ji H/ BAKER, PBOPRIETOR. EDITORS: j. u. BAKER, j. h. WILSON". S. K. cheesbo^OUOH. Business Manager. Bates of Sabscription: DAILY MEB0UBY, One Yew $10 0° DAILY XXBOTJBY, Six Months 5 35 DAILY MEBOUB Y, Three Months J « DAILY MKBCUBY, One Month.... 1 00 WEEKLY MXBOUBY, One Year 8 00 Bates of Advertising* jl KO.J3X0A IS**J#MO* | i^fe^!«M00i$3O 00 13X06 |80 00 DAILY. era nica. Daily and Weekly X on other iky K of Daily rates. Weekly X of Batty rates. . All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Meectjbt. All Advertisements and Communications on business should be addressed to the Business r >• 2 = - - . Compliance with these rules will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. Arrtral aid D«p*r*nr« ofSalls. Galveston Mall arrives at 9:00 a. a. and 5:00 r. K. Galveston Mail closes at 6:00 A. n. and 8:80 *. aiiflERagr Haw Orleans Mall arrives at 9:00 a. a. Monday aad 5:00 r. m. Wedn...

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

august 2, 18(3. umm A ?1SIT TO THE CITI "HOSPITAL, Hours Spent With the Glaiiee at the Women's Quarters. Davis as a Cook. Sm-geon k r-;-i determined to i City Hospital yj person, Ives how it was Starting from the reached the institution o'clock and found Dr. who at once took us to Hat TES STABLE OB COC5TY WARD, This is in the upper part of a build- ing in the rear of the hospital. On its -unfinished ice sends a visitor. It is frame, with numerous in some of which the ; broken or altogether out are nailed up as a The wooden walls joining of the weather: while stretchwi^oat'bn board rr making aU. —TEfiig near one of the windows da one of these board beds, our ^^plras attracted to a man at the point of death., He been ^in^the place twfe days nights, but had not spoken ice his admission. His ghastly jS*ce showed plainly that it was a mere question of time—and very ©short time-—when his soul would . ping its way to Him who gave and his body be deposited in the Potter's Field. ; The only ...

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

mm SATCaK - AUGUST 1, 1SJ3. m -1 &T 0, W, PESCAV ft CO., JEWELEBS. si kahs 8Ta««r. IS® ... >-.> 6 e'dork, A, K 7! 33o'clock, X............................ # 88 ISo'clock, M. S->'etock, P.M. ■■■ S o'clock, P. M... CA5B1BATES. For Sheriff of Karris County. "^1 hereby announce myself as a candidate lor the office of Sheriff of Harris county, subject to the Democratic ^Nominating Con- vention. CORXKLrua M. Noblh. m If Oapt Ed. Williams will become a can- didate for the office of Sheriff of Harris cc'sntr, he will be supported by MANY FRIENDS. The friends ot Peter Floeck announce him as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Hans county, and will give him a unani- mous support. Sam S. Ashe is a candidate for Sheriff o Hajria eounty, subject to decision of the County Democratic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. LuteocK, as a suitable gentleman to fill the office of Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge him our undivided support He is a natise- IGF the of the oount...

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

JSa| S«S-*§Er; . *m£ si mBmm sud ; let the light of the nieht the bed ■ lady here? BMMI of prayer, dying? ads unto the poor? ; kind Mercy's door? > all and more, • fast dying? Mb What ia the record of her days? What was the teacr of her ways? jchaunt her name with praise, now fast dying? pie, pomp and pride, > aaued on sunny tide, I gold and laid beside, • now fast dying. I of wondrous height ■ image fair and bright, lit with all her might, ! lady sow fast dying. fort in the thought t one good deed wrought, >'er to Sorrow balm she brought, •fast dying. Hfci- " e curtain—ah! the light i her soul's dark night, i the record bright i lady now fast dying. ISIS tall to be a Husband {—Has a Call to be a Wife-? —— by mrs. williams. _j she a call to be a wife irlio ks morebf her silt vaess than and visits her no oftener than once, a she a call to be a wife who her time in reading the novels," compelling her ,nd, with depleted puree, to a domestic to supply her lack service ! Has tha...

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