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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 January 1874

ife? y as S *3 rrrnr 1 | VOL. TI—NO. 104 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1874. PRICE TEN CENTS, i© £ DAILY StERCUBY •T. H. BAKER, PROPRIETOR. KDITOBS: Vfi r. H. BAKER. J. H. WILSON •3 iC. K. Cbees bo rough, Business Muagtr. ts Si «> i > 30 -*-s sq 5 © 5 Rates of Sabscription: 3A.1LT MKBOUBYT One Year *1# 00 DA'LY MERCURY, Six Month, 5 15 D'lU Mfc-BOURY, Three Month, « r.AfLY MERCCRY. One Month. 1 90 •BtKLY MEBCUBY, One Ye r J 00 Rate* of Advertising. II KO. 2 KOS dajly osb i*CH. |t B uoftMOD <y. jg vos I roojpoool 12 >06 $80 00 Doily and Wecfclv *4 on Dally rates Every ither -inr S Of « h1<t rule* Weekly K of Diilv rales. Ail article, for publication should be ad dressed ro the Houston Mircttbt. All Advertisement, and Commanicatious en busices* should be addressed to the Bo*ineas Manager. , Compliance %itl th« e rule® will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. I X a S3 w #s 3C 1 •\ > • © os O S arrival n«t fivpr.rtni', «f Hall* -lilveston Mail...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 January 1874

ffiHssi \ • i'- # DAILY MERCURY Tgg 9SL* I!f KPENDENT PAPER X 3ST *3? E3 A- s? - Figgwsiiu? llie La. gcst tlreniaUoa —a most-— NTS AND PROFESSIONAL MHN OF ANY PAPER IN 5P§; "-4- *' st-p^-v- % jy^: f C -r* ~ * i- JP- THE. STATE. ABVERTISISG BATES: [BT IXCIIE8 ONLY.J 0Bsiaeh, ne moTrti- * 8 00 Oa* Uci, t* rcoatas ..... - H O OM tfV , ten* aoattu. 13 0) se taai, dx'maatiis SO CO ®a« Inch, twel-.e aunt a.. 50 00 9« dsdilciJas cf vata* on Rise o' advertlsc- 3to eib r rates see- ptedfcy n . Osr friends irtlt sare tbemss'Tea and us _ r bearirv In mind that WB HAVE SO OTHEB BATES mmmm «£S V I f* - ■ .* ' H TO THE PKE-X OF TEXAS. Those newspapers using patent eutsides or insides can liave them supplied in size and quantities to suit, witS the latest State, Xa tional and General. News. If * * they desire politics as a part ot the reading matter, strict ob- servance will be paid to their peculiar political belief. Terras reasonable and prices low. Send «*& at once to The Mercury, Houston. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 January 1874

'35- -• -Ik ' -•\ . • .v" m iCITRY Wm m tgfesfei; © 9 S a S3 S3 •p* « S3 © a &C 0 —t s © *§ © a t* em * © ss «s &- * © s © © a H a ' © 53 P. 12 © h © £ t 8 S CB TS © © 25 i£ fi • «* -= 3D *■« ss ** ss b£ s M-< «= © TKMPKnATUKJ-mn.8, 1ST3. SKRv *T a W.FWCATftOU.. rtWBLKBS. « unt sfBBsr. I o'cltxk, A. K li o'clock, M 8 o'clock. P. M.. 8 j'ciock. F. K« P hT«nh lt. 89 81 68 81 Wot Behind. Haviog engaged the services of a very superior Artist in Sand rawing, of several {ears experience in one of the leading gal- rie of New York City, we claim to be making as fine Photographs as can be made anywhere—we only ask a trial. jan 4dti2th W. wirt. williams. Novelties, *'* A fine assortment of bonnets, hats, Nor- mandy caps, made in the latest style, at mm. G. A. facchb's, dec24 1st Masonic Temple. We take pleasure in calling the atten- tion of our large list of patrons in the city of Austin that when visiting Galveston they can obtain their return tickets and have their baggage checke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 9 January 1874

: i". Nl mm. DAILY MESCUEY T XAS SEWS. Parkee County.—The peo: pie of Weatherford have been feasting on bear meat— - A new brick residence, a dwelling, is going up in Weatherford Christmas week the Weather- ford boys, old and young, in- dulged in the sport of cock-fight- ing The Banger companies for frontier service are full, and are in camp ready for duty Weatherford has a brass band— a lot of blowers. Fannih County.—This couuty has, tliauks to the energy of the sheriff, money enough in the hands of the Treasurer to pay off the eoxinty indebtedness. Happy county ... Miss Fanny Spotts, while "in a somnolent state, being frightened in a dream, jumped from "her bed on to the floor, seri- onsly, if not fatally, injuring her spine......Bonham is going to have a bank. All the Neics says a^out it is that the safe has ar- rived, and that business would commence in a few days. Is it a {k Pharaoh" bank, or what? Galveston County.—In the city of Galveston, Mr. Miller's room was entered and ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 10 January 1874

s i iJ-J <o si® PS •aawajMKr.. uses*.- • "I-'• rr-. VOL. YI—NO. 103 HOUSTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1874. PRICE TEN CENTS. N tS> 1 £ £ US £> -M s cc O as I t DAILY MERCURY J. PI. BAKER, PROPRIETOR. KDITORS : S. H. BAKER. J. g. WILSON B. H. Cheesborough, Business Manager. Rates of Sabseription: 0AILT MEROUBY, One TtV $19 80 dails m ebcuby, su Months s a# r> tiur MKBCUBT, Three Mouth*, 1 TJ !>AILT MERCUBV, One Month 1 00 W EEXLT MEBCUBY, One Year S 00 Bates of Advertising. daily.- OKI men. 1 «o,!2 *03 13 VO*. jS vos. 103 j iii J, 8 oo;$i<«>!$igooj$au on la mo# #w ou Dsiiy and Weekly K on Daily rates Every other 'la7 S of Daily rates. Weekly X of DaHv rates. All article* for publication should he ad dressed to the Hons ton JCzbccbt. All Advertisements and Coinmnnicatioss on i'nsiness should be addressed to the Business Manager. " : .. '• ' - STATE AttKSTS Messrs. G. R. Wright and Thos. B. Johssojj are our duly authorised agents for the State. Mr. Johx...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 10 January 1874

V- DAILY 1EBCUBY TS8 OXLV 1MUEPE5DENT PAPER I 1ST 1? Hi I5SL. -A- £= - Possessing the Largest *€ii calatJon —A MOSS— „ MERCHANTS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN OF ANY PAPER IN THE STATE. ADVERTISING BATES: v [by inches oxly.J See inch, ona mouth----- $ 8 00 Gniiash, t^ro months 14 €0 One i e*i, thrie mrrcths IS 01 One icoii, idi'moot.-is.. SO r0 Gee inch, twelie mcnt r 50 00 Re deduc'i >ug of lateaeu izs o* advertise- insnta. Ko ether rates accepted by ua. • Our frienda will save tbemse'.ves and us annoyance by bearing in roind that WE HAVE NO OTHER RATES TO THE PRE<S OF TEXAS. Those newspapers using patent ©utsides or insides can have them supplied in size and quantities to suit? with the latest State, Na tional and General ISews. If they desire politics a3 a part 01 the reading matter, strict ob- servance will be paid to their peculiar political belief. Terms reasonable and prices low. Send orders at once to The Mercury, Houston. SATURDAY, - - - - JIN. 10, 1874 W. I?. BAKER- Vice-Pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 10 January 1874

' v: ■ : - n i - 0 & -•« •§ as s % s « l_l ' © © cc © w 1 's © = < © su DAILY IERCUEY TKMrStiATCttt-JAS. 9, 1873. TftSKN AT O. W. PESCAY * CO , JltfH EES. il StAIH SXJW*T 0 o'clock, A. M o o'doci a. ar.- 12 o'clock, m......... .. 8 o'clock. P. II. 6 c'ciok, P. M F h et>h«it. 50 ---- ---- 55 ..- €0 C6 60 Not Behind. Having engaged the services of a very superior Artist in Sundrawing, of several years experience in oce of the leading gal leries of New York City, we claim to be making as fine Photographs as can bo made anyichere—we only ask a trial. jail 4dtl2tli " W. "Wikt. Williams. Xoveltles. A fine assortment of bonnets, hats, Nor- mandy caps, made in the latest style, at ^ME. G. A. FAUCHE'S, dec24 lot Masonic Temple. We take pleasure in calling the atten- tion of our large list of patrons in the city of Austin that when visiting Galveston they can obtain their return tickets and have their baggage checked through at the Eailroad ticket office of Starr S. Jones, 160 Tremo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 10 January 1874

m BB mm TEXAS SEWS* [OFFICIAL.] UNITED STATES MAIL. TEXAS. - fi %S~'r r Er McLennan County,—Judge Beetor is presiding over the Dis- trict Court in place of Judge who is now at his home er comity Improve- ments in Waco steadily go on Waco escaped the snow storm and had pleasant weather had blue noses and and Jerries The cotton at Waco is to bo started y... .George Gaines' threw him about ten feet on the Waco bridge, the other day. "Nobody hurt" The in- come 01 Waeo by taxation, etc., is $ it*,031 59, and her necessary osiky for the year is $17,700. The revenue must be increased. The Mayor wants every male in „ between 21 and 50 years to pay a special tax of $5. .The jail has twenty-five boarders. Gonzales County.—A good deal of cotton yet remains iu the fields unpicked, but farmers have gone to work, breaking up their lands There are four Granges already organized, and a travel- ing Granger is lecturing and organizing others Mr. Ander- son had a fine mule drowned in the Guadalupe the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 11 January 1874

I VOL. YI—NO. 106. HOUSTON, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1874. PRICE TEN CENTS. (N ; DAILY MERCURY u <z> es o a- fefi +- ► 3 8 i dc ao -*9 ao O J . tl. BAKEK, PROPRIETOR- EDITORS: J". II. BAKEK. J. H. WILSON K. B. Cheesboroagb, Business Manager. Rates of Subscription: DAILY MERCURY, Oae Year $16-00 DAILY HERCURY, Six Months.'. 5 26 DAILY MEROTTBT, Tire# Months 3 W DAILY MERCURY, one Month., i <® WKS&LY MSROUBY, One Year 8 00 SOTICE. Genera I. Agent.—Thos. Melntyr« is our General Agent for Louisiana and Alabama. Courtesies shown him by- the press will he appreciated. Contracts made by him are oj course binding won the proprietor. E. Albhes is our duly authorized Agent in GaivesUm to solicit and collect; and all busi- ness transacted by him will be faithfully car- ried out by the proprietor. 35 ft «e S S3 m i s 3 • r\ ►a W 00 Tt S E 5C J3D J5 EDUCATION, NATURE AJTD BOOKS. & ^ IJellTered by Rev Dp. Sleytr Before the Beth Isreal Temple Congregation, «l on Friday, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 11 January 1874

i IBS r: t r : V PEJIDEST PAPER IN TEXAS. the Largest Circnlation —.vsfoxg— AND PROFESSIONAL MEN OF ANT PAPER IN THE STATE. A&YESTISIX6 BATES: [by kches only.] , cn« month $ 8 00 , two months 14 CO months.IS 00 i icc!^ sitfmontln SO f0 ! mcnt 50 00 I of rates ou (lie of mdtertUe- ———— by be*rlc2 in mind that B HATS SO OTHEE BATES. 4 ssr . T~I JAN. 11, 1&74 - a==== I ' .r ... The communication, in another column, singed "T," entitled ling to Think About," is ably written, pratical, and -will I repay perusal. able article from "Ju- which appeared in yester- edition, will be republished our Weekly. Our ten thon- issue was exhausted be- ten o'clock yesterday morn. ing. "Lauterbach,7' our fair corres- fc, again entertains our ids of readers this morn- The innumerable queiies we hare received as to her , silence is the best evidence of her ability. ♦** Vice-President Wm. E. Ba- The immense demand for of yesterday,containing our reply tq Wm. E. Baker,having exhausted our issue and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 11 January 1874

J-*,'-" r mmmm ■ _ ■ ISplP aap ■30S*£ I £ ©CI «5 © S I a 51® a it PS i = o 'W — s 3 e t> s § *2 Jh <s «8 © « a O © « fl§ S c s- © oc © S-, © © =8 3D ✓■■ © a- <• ■i mi o & OD « © tc s •K-l J3 as •>-« « i~ St. ii s «P"? +a © ac ss ■*> ss © "© s ag ae a © md i x ■* S3 bfj i- :S A © DAILY MERCURY TfcMPJSHA'tt'«K-JAS. 10, IS74. 7-4 SEV •. T a W, PF8CAT * CO., JEWEIE SS 3t JIAIS 8TBEST. ?9'ctot A. M .... 0 o'clock A. if. 12 o'clock, H 3 o'clock. B. K.. « o'clock. P. * Ffh'enb It. 41 ..- — bo 62 6! Not Behind.' Having engaged the services very superior Artist in Sundrawing^Tseveral years experience intone o^ireleading gal- leries of New YorMCi^;we claim to be maki g as fine Photographs as cah be made emyuhere—we only ask a trial. jan 4dtl2th W. Wirt. Williams. Novelties. A fine assortment of bonogJfcAftts, Nor- mandy caps, made A thprfRest style, at Minw^A. Facche's, dee24 15t Masonic Temple. "We take pleasure in calling the atten- tion of our large list of patrons in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 11 January 1874

I ■: Sip • r:; ■ |pf£SS$r!Stf5 3> I' Ea3g . jy mercury W. K. BAKER, Texas Central Railroad ts. Public Opinion. Yesterday's Age exhibits the of the public's disap- and denunciation of the election frauds charged to Baker. : th the hide of a rhinoceros? to public opinion, and the endatious or denunciations approving or condemning c, he has gone on in his , looking only for the wel- ot W. R. Baker and the iration—Texas Central Rail- -whieh conduces so greatly welfare. But at last the -tipped bullets of public tion hare pierced even the e of the rhinoceros, and W- B. Baker rushes into print to prove his virtue, honesty, and fidelity to the great principles of Democracy; and, as he invites the contest, "the ball is open." chaege first. He alleges th?t we charge him with fraud because he voted railroad men. This we deny. We admit his right to vote every man in the emoloy of the Texas Central Bailroad, and to vote them in county, provided they had not under the laws oj our State, a lega...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 13 January 1874

S3 s <36 m o a oc i© - >• IP Ss £ *& v> 3D S 9K« X "W —< •M •3D 9 V +s 53 JQ> SB «a Q O 3C (U X' SE &4 M> se — -«■ 3 . © xt s Sg a © i n jgl 1 VOL. YI—NO. 107 r^-f HOUSTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 13. 1874. PRICE TEN CENTS. DAILY MERCURY .1 . H. BAKER,- proprietor. EDITOKS: J. EC. BAKER J. H. WILSON ,«•< K, R. Cheesborongh, Business Manager. Ts'K ELECTION LAW. Extracts from the Texas Press on the I a e Decision of the Su- preme Cjort. This is the foil development qf a plot that has, for soae time past, been in progress, for over- throwing the will of the people, for the sake of gratifying the spleen of a few disrepntable men who hold office in open opposi- tion to the sentiment of the country, and who feed and live upon the money of those very people whose dearest rights they trample upon with perfect im- punity. It verifies what we have so often said, that these officials who take our money, and live and fatten upon the hard earn- ings of oursel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 13 January 1874

IPS JLssJR^ MaBaaEEBESWtaa v '=•.• . ;'-- <■'. ""~-•." *'?■„ '* 1 \ iY isuEprs sirr PAP Lit i isr i m 3C A- s* - &ssaac* ,s ^ /- saw* --." • c. , " >; : . --^ .'.:t th> iJugest llrcolatfeit ' —**0X8— ■".;. v., --; W5RCKANTS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN W AST PAPER IN fiBM ISp THE STATE. [art breast oslt.J APTBttlSIHG S&TB : $ajjgjsg^ _ S 8 80 r ssoatfee 34'« fins '. r sj"> t&ree a&Qtha 18 09 ®c« iaa^ ftajaentha 10 00 An*t ;*4 BMJBt I 10 00 i at litoa «a itMt* advartJaa- • r te* aeorpted by at. frieodi *11! fhemeelfei *a<3 at rasa by baring In jelnd tb« f Wt HAYS BO OTHER UIM. "ilTBSDAY, JEX. IS. 187* wm e«Y, DAVIS' PROCLAMATION. ; midnight we received a tel- copy of a proclamation 5 or Davis, in which he all citizens chosen as of the Legislature and officers, not to attempt to enforce their doubtful rights, bat to ftid in maintaining public or- awaiting the action of a it tribunal to validate election law. The blanket sheet at Galveston and Old Im- becility of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 13 January 1874

ww^:: ragg® v - \iy • ■ •' jY iercuey fRBATC Kit—JAN. 13, 18T4. «a , KScIT to CO., JKWKI2BS *« W.US STBBST, eo-cJork. A, if ... . 9 o'clurt A. x. : 2 o\-icci, M.... *.... S o'clock. P. If....... « o'clock. P. M Fahrenheit. 60 W 6T • • m« 70 88 One thousand Peach Trees, 5000 Pyra- canthe Hedge, a lei of fiua^Kses, 4c., Ac, sold CHEAP, Remain until Wi janlS-It of Postoffice. y only. ; TJ4i I I I CM I 1 s E 3ntlre!y Satisfactory To the public are the ifezzdfint Pho- tographs now being" made by Barr A Wright For large heads, bust pictures, copies, Ac., no other style of picture can equal them, liuiget a good likeness without showing^oy freckles or pimples. We also make afntor styles of Photo- graphs equal to the very best. But re- member that the Mezzotint Photograph is made only in Houston by janl3-tf BABE A WRIGHT. We take pleasure in calling the atten- tion of our large list of patrons in the city of Austin that when visitiDg Galveston they can obtain their return tickets and have th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 13 January 1874

'.• - -_. I am mi U wm S§f^£M" >-^ ■ "-: >:i* - —— ;Y MERCURY TEXAS SEWS. - .: County.—An old fel- 55 from Arkansas ie- deserted his young wife of her infant, leaving them p near the town of Dallas- wife went before a magis- swore oat an affidavit her traant lord, and put- it in the hands of the sher- tleman pursued "old '• and brought him back jugging him. He and utter talking the mat- made it all up and left happy, smiling and .Three men were at Piano the other day. County. —The ladies, of Galveston trying to raise money to chapel.-vA histrionic is giving performances for Columbus orphans....The ted States Court is in session. Collin County.—Mr. O. E. the gentleman mentioned cut his hand while and that mortifica- ensued, has since died the effects Hog killing County. — District Court is in session Cotton is off rapidly are breaking up their lands, and everybody is turning over their gardens.. -The county being laid off into School Dis- the people are awake the importance of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 January 1874

- § W OB c I 70L. YI—NO. 108 HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14 1874. PRICE TEN CENTS, 1 © c s ! DAILY MERCURY J. H. B-A.KER. PROPRIKTOR- EDITORS: H. BAKER. J. H. WILSON JB. It. Cheeaborongh, Business Uuifer. 00 © P"M OB 2R © Bates of Subscription: •AILY MEBOUBT, Om Tear Hi 00 DATLT MEBCTTBY, Six Month, 5 25 DAILY MEBOUBT, Three Month,. > T6 DAILY MEBOUBT, One Month. 1 00 WEEKLY MEBOUBT. One Tew I 00 Rates of Advertising. DAILY, an hch. 1 mo. 2*oS 3 KO& l«oa 12 MO. $8 00 $1100 $1800 $30 00 $60 00 © a «• •V - 00 p, 06 •O • «v ac Q3 ■tt" •N OB © © 00 © .« OD - © '© g P- 00 - 53 X 1 I e «3 3* •N OB S3 © S is .3 N fa £ fa © ■o s P be S3 — 9 © 35 s © N TS a 03 a © £ © ■H § 9 fa P. I © s to a 1 © 1 ' «s 1 5 © ■« i ■e © a •< a 0 1 © 48 © s OD a S Daily and Weekly K on Dally rates Every •ther day % af Dally rates. Weekly X of Daily rate®. All articles for publication should he ad- dressed co the Houston Mxbcubx. All Advertisements and Communication, an business should b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 January 1874

Hi DAILY MERCUEY THE OXLf INDEPENDENT PAPER I 1ST TEXAS. Possessing the Largest Circulation —amoks— MB EC HANTS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN OF ANY PAPER IN THE STATE ADVERTISING BATES: [bt ISCHES ONLY.] •ite incb, me moatk-— S 0 00 On*tocfc, two month* ** £0 Om fec\ On* month! 18 00 On* Inch, tix*moatai TO 09 lni h twht TMHit !••••■«.. 60 00 Ho dadactian* of itnt on !*• of dT9rU«o- *o other rate* accepted by n . Oar friends will « ▼ thanuelvt* sad «a mwium by bearing lit mind th* W8 HITS HO OTHER RAT28. TO THE PKE^S OP TEXAS. Those newspapers using patent outsides or insides can have them •applied in size and quantities to suit, with the latest State, Na- tional and General ISews. If they desire politics as a part 01 the reading matter, strict ob- servance will be paid to their peculiar political belief. Terms reasonable and prices low. Send orders at once to The Mercury, Houston. TUESDAY, - - . JAN. IS, 1874 - ■ :V The Late Gail Borden.— All that is mortal of the late Gail Borden now lies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 January 1874

mm -J. J*®? DAILY MERCURY TKXAS SEWS. Rusk County John Gray, a colored leader of the Radicals beat his wife to death last week with a "rope's end." Her back and several of her ribs were bro- ken. The corpse presented a horrible appearance District Court is in session with several distinguished legal gentlemen from abroad in attendance Henderson is improving The Temperance cause is improving. Many fine schools in the county. Farmers are making preparations for the coming sea- son. Guadalupe County.—The late Connty Court levied $3600 taxes in excess of what was legal. Lets see ! five into $3600 goes $730 times; perquisites, you know, perquisites! iSegnin has been delivered, that is to say, her jail had a delivery and all the prisoners went on their way rejoicing but one and he preferred to remain. McLennan County. — The Doctors have organized and elect- ed officers with Dr.H. W. Brown as President Mrs. Mary C. Evans, mother of Hon. A. J. Evans, U. S. Attorney for the Western District ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 14 January 1874

ss n « & a s 00 - « © © CO § H fc£ a 1 © £ es © & £ -*C ft* £ *e c * P-i © c © © 0 © A 12 © TS ►> u k© © «M 0 S -4 © 1 © © «C © © © fc£ S3 • ■* 43 ce S F* SS £m fc£ «- •— 4S -4-S © 00 5 5 tJ s S3 sc i i © S3 © 03 C — eS fee )U OS ,0 £ a £ © DAILY MERCURY TKMPBRATCKK-JAN. 13, 187*. Tjjtct AT 0. W, PESCAT k £ ., JXWBLXB& 81 HJLUI 8TBSET. F hrenh*it. 6 o'clock, A. X . 63 9 o'clock A. M. W 11 o'clock, X - 70 P o'clock, P. M................... ••. 73 S o'clock, P. X*«..................... 09 One thousand Peach Treqpf 5000 Pjra- cauthe Hedge, a lot offtfie Roses. 4c., Ac, sold CHEAjP, in. fear of Postoffice. Remain until WfiriSdsy only. janl3-lt FnUrely Saadhetory To the public are the Mezzotint Pho- tographs now being made by Barr & "Wright For large heads, bust pictures, copies, 4c., no other style of picture can equal them. You get a good likeness withont showing any freckles or pimples. We also make all other styles of Photo- graphs equal to the very best. But re- m...

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