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

* j / *V^-y5#.' , . ,.*., >. ,-V^ • ' '• - • 'J 5SOae «Sa^Es#®fe%<f9*'igSS!5S nafei :-' •>" «■ Y-NO. 283. HOUSTON, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3. 1873. — PRICE, FIYE DAILY MERCURY J. H. BAKER, PROPRIETOR. EDITORS: ' .T. H. BAKER, J. EC. WILSON. K. B. CHSESBOKOl' GH, Business Manager. Sates of Subscription: DAILY MERCURY, One Year 910 00 DAILY MERCURY, Six Months 5 36 DAILY KEBCUBT, Three Months. 2 75 DAILY MEBCUBY, One Month- 1 00 WEEKLY MEBOTTBY, One Yew 3 00 Bates of Advertising. HE DAILY. [1 l OJTB QICBr $ fj 00 3 *os.j3 XOS.I6 *08. 13X06 $14 00|$18 00j$80 00 $50 00 other rates. Weekly X of Dell; X on Daily rates. Every y rates. Weekly X of Daily BBSs All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Hkrcubt. All Advertisements and OommonicationB on business should be addressed to the Business Compliance with these roles will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. mm Arrival sad Departart efSatli. aaiveaton Mall arrives at 9:00 a. m. and 8:00 p....

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

Ip8is £-1 ■—. ' . -' :•••, - = j^Ssfe: m |S DAILY •spg - BEICK FOSEROY. SUNDAY - AUGUST 3, 1873. TO Otrs EXCHANGES. The Msactrs? will eocnnue to be seat to pffgrj paper with "wbom we have concluded to saeaaDge, tetik this nndersianding: "We will jjay the postage oa ever?- paper received V S3, iiiid «sr szehssgestepay postage on tn§ Masccav. J. H. Bakbb, Proprietor. To the Public.— Mr. g. r. Wright is a duly authorized agent is paper. He will visit Sew lis and other cities in the in- terest of The Mebcuby, and its mends will please extend to him the usual courtesies, for which we feel grateful. r " MISSOURI AGE5TS. Houston Mebcuby will represented in the of Missouri by A. C. JHel^Oeovge D. Ellis and the Hon. Jackson Prouty, gentlemen whom we can confidently recom- mend to the confidence of the public. They will also correspond with us from St. Louis, Kansas City an other prominent places in that made with them gor subscription will at this office. J0H3 IRELAND, of the numerous candi-...

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

\ ■' :.M:--ii^ -' :• ■■ - .. =as= AUGUST 3, 1873. 1873. AT G. W, PESO A 7 & (XX. JBWEJBBS. M MAHC RTSERT, 6o'cisfk, A. X .... ............. S®SH CANDIDATES. ■ Sheriff of Harris County. £fe"'v •••'-. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris county, subjac; to the Democratic Nominating Con- vention. Cobkxltos M. Noble. If Capt. Ed. Williams will become a can- didate for the office of Sheriff of Harris y, he will be supported by MANY FRIENDS. K% The friends ot Peter Floeck announce him as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, and will give him a unani- mous support. Sam 3. Ashe is a candidate for Sheriff o Harris county, subject to decision of the County Democratic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. Lubbock, as a suitable gentleman to fill the office of Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge liim our undivided support He is a native of the county and favorably known. MANY FRIENDS. For Commissioner of the General land Offi...

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

. 4,^- Findings. Precincts. Election Organization LOITEFIJuJ*. BY TOM. VAPID CURY BY tom caxton. :;-r. SfeilagSSi^k- _. ... fairies, fade and poss of the dew; the grass, pretty children do: into the wind, dreaming, far behind. round mo stents: tly fold; touch of blindness steals eyes and I am old- care eoCfor my yearsp I have done with tears. ' • ■-. i faces Sushed and fair. r iz-es used to be, £;' , full of "wonder, up my chair, And whisper, while they look at me: "**" """ * some.timid tongue [ were ever young. v--ild and beautiful, like a bird, Youth aHghtf. heard, _ its, cuts the sky, waver by. m as the moon, shakes its wrinkles out; turn follows soon, its haunted scents about; century of dnst wanly fhurst. dream will pass— nor Old am I ; and grass, my fairies fly ; children sweetly say, ;wben we're away." Out o Neighborhood, NtlMBSTR TWO. promised to say a word of k# Itero neighbor, but some- transpired lately which ! think that I had better tell his own story, and so i it to yo...

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

' ... ' :S" Bis HOUSTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5. 1873. VOL. Y.-NO. 284. PRICE, FIVE CENTS DAILY MERCURY H. BAKER, PROPRIETOR. EDITORS: J. H. BAKEB, J. S. WTLSOKT. B. B. CHEKSBOBOUGH, Business Hfwinwr. Rates of Subscription: DAILY MEBOUHt, One Yew *10 0? DAILY MERCURY, Biz Month! DAILY MZECUBT, Throe Months DAILY MERCURY, One Month. WEEKLY MERCURY. One Year 5 as a 7* I 00 S 00 Rates of Advertising. DAILY. on rsca. $ 8 ooj$l4 00 Si so.!3a 3 MOC $1800 (voiUioe pO~36 $50 00 Daily and Weekly X other day % of Dally rates. on Dally rates. Every rates. Weekly X of Daily AH articles for publication should be addressed to theHoustoa Meecubt. Ail Advertisements and Communications on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rules will insure promptness sod pus vent errors and delays* Arrival and Dvpartarc ofEails. GalvestonMail arrives at 9:00 A. K. and 5:00 *. * Galveston Mail closes at #:00 a. M. and 6:30 V. K. Hew Orleans Mail arrives at 9:00 a. *...

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

r da Mr. Q. K duly authorized agent He will visit New other cities in the in- MebctjkYj and its please extend to him courtesies, for which we Davis reached this ty morning and left last evening, with his SENTS OF M. M. POSE* ROY. ixeston.—Monday, Tuesday ^Wednesday. -Thursday night and ing. ^ .K \ e.—-Friday noon. -Friday night. i Fassengeb Coaches.— Mb rstand that the Texas lered a large nuin- of newftrst-class passenger will be of both the road, and were legraph. gaages ordered the Grim ting of Stockholders of County Fair Associa- ijllowing officers were servo the ensuing Dunham elected Pres- animously. f, Wilson, Secretary and ;r; and eleven Directors. Ciits.—Peregoy, who _ bed a splendid repu- "or bnildingthe beggars i taken a contract j several of the latest I style of passenger The return of Mr. Bur- the return to a system of [>rodoctions, calculated in R~wv to make his road self-sus- jning. The Gesman Gazette of Sew Orleans.—This sterling German daily celebrated on the of ...

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

y m" Jmd DAILY MERCURY TTTBSDAY - - • - AUGUST 5, 1813. PKKATCJtS — AUGUST 4, 1873. • TASKS AT a W, PS80AT * 00., XEWELBB& 91 main arrfeBBT. Eahrenhsit. 6 o'clock, AM 1 ]o'clock, M . 3 o'clock, P. ®J 6 o'clock, P. M..... 87 — CANDIDATES. For Sheriff of Hwrrto County. I hereby announce myself m a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris county, subje-H to the Democratic Nominating Con- vention. Cornelius M. Noble. If Capt Ed. Williams will become a can- didate for the office of Sheriff of Harris1 ■"'"'"'■'SSU. The friends ot Peter Flokck announce him as a suitable candidate for Sheriff of Harris county, and 'will give him a unani- mous support. (tigacsntL Hajria county, subject todecisionfcf the County Democratic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. Lubbock, as a suitable gentleman to fill the office of Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge him our undiwfed support He is a native of the county and favorably known. MANY FRIENDS. • • Tor Commissioner of the General...

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

i - m :, Where; Oat_of. Oat off What from, baby dear ? into the here. et your eyes so blue ? s I came U-Tough. ; the light in them sparkle and fsfarry tear? • i I got here. t year forehead so siaooth and I stroked it as I went by. your cheek liko a warm white tie-thing better than any one at three-cornered smiie of bliss ? ave me, 8t once, a kiss, f rati get this pearly ear? i,"and it came out to hear. - , those arms and hands? hooks and bands. : did you come? you darling box as the cherub's wings. t just come to be yon ? at me, and so I grew. ► tous, you dear ? and so I am here. Czarowitx. SBOBOCGH. the Mercury. learning in the conrt •the young and lovely Czarowitz, Alexis, sop le Great, was dead. The sorrows that had _sr youthful life were death had given her denied—peace. Beauti- ible and high-born, she beloved and pitied for all knew the cruel her wrongs, even as all she had done nothing re them. lovely hid^jr^s^Iu^ ictim , and, who treated" je most shocking inhu- 2fot only did ...

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

< - iiiPiiipiii - ' ~ - j ~" ■ - .'TV-- " '•• ' * - , >v^ : gdg| -. - • -',- ■■ £?\ ■.. ■ ■ :-fr-* ?.*y.: \~:&■*:£:'. ■ • "-■ . T": "* .J" ". —v'^BB i I f VOL. Y.-NO. 285. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6. 1873. iliifei PRICE, FIVE C mes& DAILY MERCURY J. H. BA.KER, PROPRIETOR. editors: ,T. II. BAKER, J. H. WILSON. B. B. CHEESBOBOl'GH, Business Kanager- Bates of Snbscription: DAILY MEB0UBY, One Tew *10 00 DAILY MJSBCT7 BY, 8ix Months 5 23 BAILY MEBCTTBT, Three Month* 3 75 DAILY MERCURY, One Month 1 00 WEEKLY MERCURY, One Yea* 3 00 Bates of Adrertisin?. DAILY, on isch, 1 HOi 2X08 j¥lo$i«oo 3 xoa. 16 MOB. $13 00 ; $30 00 13X00 $80 00 Dally ud W other d yXof rates. X on Dally rates. Every rates. Weekly X of Daily All article* for publication should be addressed to the Houston Mkbcuby. All Advertisements and Communications on business should be addressed to the Business Manager. Compliance with these rules will Insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. Ar...

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

ust 6, 18/3. wm m All matted purely personal or political maifelx} paid for to insure insertion: m onr columns. We u erc' giivl to notice again on our streets iu a buggy ex-Gov- ernor Hendersou. He looked feeble, but bis friends will be re- icf dtokuow that he is not con- .ned to Ms apartments. • - | under obligations to ell, Esq., State Print- of the General Laws State of Texas, passed at ssion of the Thirteenth Leg- >me to our list of con- ildier of the Revolu- crs ns with a reini- ie Mexican War of "Bom a Coward." >le, and will revive >tic memories. The aively remarks, "I ;he revolution, not Age.—is itself McGary having ;hting cotton is at home, the >ungent and enter- ien Dan is away, the npon the resources , and consequently f sense, wit,or merit correct} photograph of bbie himself—being Cuf- rition of a Texas gourd— shell chock full of noffin'. lgratnlate the Age's Mends gHf McG^^-^fotura, and re- masters band in the yesterday.' rm, It i s r>M writer am a sol a w...

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

, - V- '' -V A COWARD. A FemtmscencP or Ill in the Ferdi I2r4l pr * ears < cofldi my| lain HemB bad, las fall oi 1839, while Mexico^ we made r a slight ascent, on a ry manned by several number of Mexicans. _0~_ from a three foot from some misunder- just as the onemy was what with standing onr tire and retreating, our jieneert to fall back to which cost us many a _ reaching. That night, lying, tired and half asleep, fartledby the cry of: "Who the ditch F (meaning some io had not joined in the then from another part of came the answer: Who Perdue was, I did ;tion and answer intervals through day, I saw for ie unfortunate been driven his CQapany, to remain in as he could not get priee being offer- President of . or in lieu, the ;ing his forlorn him to join asked if he had ditch during j His reply was; he iim if he was not aware aed the expedition, " . be plenty of hard answer was: he Around our times, he w history of him- as near as possible "" "I 5 " by all who chose the imme- niy ...

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

: ' ■ : v r' - .. CORRESPONDENCE, ■ T JX; fWr' g&jku jfff Ljf-2%' ■ - - Waggll . !!!!!fa ' rah ecii ii. „ 76 ••A. .......... ^ of Harris County. nee myself as a candidate Sheriff of Harris county, ; to the Democratic Nominating Con- - CoEHEtrra M. Noble. 'i-yap If Capt. En. WnMMia will becomc a can- didate for the office of Sheriff of Harris e will be supported by MANY FRIENDS. She friends or Peter Floeck announce him as a suitable candidato for Sheriff of Harris county, and will give him a unani- is a candidato for 3heriif o subject to decision of the ic Convention. We announce our fellow citizen, T. U. Lubbock, as a suitable gentleman to fill the office of Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge him t>ur undivided support. Ho is a native of the county and fevorably known. * many FBIEKDS. of the General Land " ft* Day For We are aaifcoriiad to announce Geo. 3. W. WHITFiBLD, of Li^sc* county, as a candidate lor Orcmlgsionerof the General Land Office, nub- j ect o «ie nomination ...

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

* *'• - '^7:.: ■ ^svr;';: -■■ ^Y^-fetls^ A 7 -: - r-«r ■ Vr()L. Y-NO. 286. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST DAILY MERCURY .T. II. BAKER, PROPRIETOR. EDITORS*: .j. h. baker. j. h. wilson". k. r. cheesborol'gh, Business Manager. Kates of Subscription: DAILY ME80UET, One Tear W "0 DA71X MERCURY, Six Months 5 25 DAILT MERCURY, Three Months 3 75 DAILY MERCURY, One Month 1 00 WEEKLY MEBOCEY, One Yew 3 00 Hate* of Advertising. DAILT. jl *0. 2*08 3 KOS. 6 MOS. 13X00 OES IXCH. ii"«uu;$i4 0o $1800 $30 00 $80 00 Daily and Weekly X other d*y H of Daily rate*. ■ on Daily rates. rates. Weekly X of Daily All articles for publication should be addressed to the Houston Mercury. A11 Advertisement* and Communications on' basinet should be addressed to the Business Cemplianoe with these rules will insure promptness ftt£d prevent errors and delays. — " ^ \ rrtvHl and Otpartar* of Mails. Mali arrive* at 9:00 a. k. and 6:00 p. M. .alveeton Mail closes at 6:00 a. K. and 6:90 i! m m :" d~: hi- If: S...

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

20® ~ ' - - •; 5 AUGUST 7, 1313. ! l-OSVEmOS SEASON. and Conserva- have both met in in that State, In Ohio and Democrats have ubied, and in Massaehu- are now of interest to The Convention Lynchburg on the resided over by Col. who made the speech of the He stated that Wash- Franklin and Jefferson that the American Union [ and God-npheld, 3 tenor of out history inspiring truth, holding were sustained by the s that their cause was sacred. The flag typified all that in our career, all that )tism, and si in our destiny igno ^lass, no bo raggpT, no section. Sec- distraction, and political )luiform of the Re- y, said Col. Hughes, its dag is [sacred, lents embody the of our party. One of seats gives liberty to iu the land. Another The third in- ' civil rights to all every State iivtte *ative plan is that the two f questions of State scry that the negroes are was true, It is the oi the Republican party that poor, humble, helpless mem- i of society nestle to its side, a shame does it proclaim...

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

V- !fSI AUGUST 7, 1813. ' thursday Me—— !-'J TKSPKn.lTVSK-AVGtST 0, 18*3. tisw ai c. w, rtsciv & oa. teweiesb. 81 MA IK 8tRt*t, ... *£&*:: a^ci^k F«h'f-ch"n. TO ;:;g *T - . «| feS® | | * ' mm i V: 6^3 SSe9 ft * lis CANDIDATES. Fbr Sheriff of Hnvrls Connty. I i'frebr anuouncc mjself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris county, anbie^ to the Democratic Nominating Con- vention. Coeseucs m. Noble. If Capt. Ed. Williams will become a can- 4i<late for the office of Sheriff of Harris oountr.!«« win he supported by • many friends. tfee friends ot Peter floeck announce *•!( ti a writable candidate for Sheriff of Harris eounty, and will give him a unani- anAllC luWw Sam S. Ashb is a candidate for Sheriff o H&tris county, subject to decision of the Oorasty Democratic Convention. We announco onr fellow citizen, T. U. Lubbock. as a suitable gentleman to fill the ofice of Sheriff of Harris county, and pledge feia our undivided support. He is a native id th# aoiwty and...

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

lips M f <*• m a v: mam tm inxdte, and give mea kis3, Sovo— >, enter, sure sever girl gave: , iu the midst of my bliss, love, aak me how many I'd have ? > fej stinted in kisses, ties? birdie, be kind-; . ; ; Fur T. tn'k* I love thee beyond measure. T aumbers I'd ne'er be confined nil of bliss lei me hold thee— I thine: vino. i kisses W always content. HHKSiWil fount fas betes that on Hybiaare playing; Count the flowers thai enamel the field; t'ouai tho Uoeka that on Tempc are straying IpMifo; irrain that rich Sicily yields; many Btara are in heaven; • tho sands on the shore; when so many you've given, f ah U be asking for more. K*# Historical Nketch. 1||| Mat tho i B. B. CH3ESB0&0E08- .sS| Von Der Wartz the cradle-hymn her babe asleep, !e tramp of men in the of the castle. door was opened, rushed rudely into Love sat madam, and hare you hid the chief ot the in menacing rudely clutched the aan by the arm. instinct at once those she loved were site answered, in tones: fc ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 8 August 1873

I BSwPSP? ...,. / * ? - Jv;«x v- v<. Wm* SSI £ Xr r,/~* gs«gg||s T* ffas® -: <s *lSii&P mm VOL. Y.-NO. 287. HOUSTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1873. PRICE, FIVE Mm Im daily mercury J. II. BAKER, pbopktetor. EDITORS: .T. BC. B-AJSLEJR, J. H. WILSON. . « ft. R. CHEESBOROUGH, Business Manager. -i.v Bates of Subscription: DAILY MEBCUBY, One Year *10 «> DAILY HEBOUBY, Six Months 5 26 DAILY MEBOUBT, Three Months 2 75 DA1LT MEBCUBY, One Month 1 00 WEEKLY MEBCCBY, One Year 3 00 Rates of Advertising. DAILY. CHS IStCH. 1 mo. .23108 iTooi$i*oo tig oo 3 MOS. 6 mos. polo 12xos $60 00 other ratee. on Daily rates. Every fates. Weekly Ji of Daily A31 articles for publication should be addressed to fee Etousft® Msbccst. All Advertisements and Communications on should be addressed to the Business ' r^ss? ill mm Compliance with these rules will insure promptness and prevent errors and delays. ^ • ttrtra! and Departure ofMalls. tialreston Mall arrive* at9:00 a. k. and 6:00 p. *■ Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 8 August 1873

JplppMH Pllfe m 111 of an article i of railroads or noprin- especially rates on certain is from an but unfortunately r over the granges lopolies. Instead 1, we print a 1 own. s now agitated by insane desire t in snch a man- producer, no matter productions, get the to selection, and no matter Galveston m lost was saved to the former, wo wonld not say one word; but, as soon as such a tariff is known other lines will raise theirs to within a few cents of those fixed by Texas laws, and the fanner will be robbed ; Texas lose the carrying; Galveston and Houston lose the handling, and no one but outsiders benefited. We think this is enough on this sub- ject. And we hope op this both our railroads and merchants may work in harmony to control the trade of Korthern Texas. And that a system of charges over the various roads may be so fixed as to give the Northern sec- tion of our State such rates as will enable us to hold their trade, even though the profits for the present may not be snch as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 8 August 1873

z- -M ■ . -r v:2;' ^ 1 8BpKr ' \ to coonscfe tlie waters of tbe Gftio^ with fliose of the Chesapeake, aP" fbrxliiag to the teeming population of the 1 iVest cheap transportation o? their produce to points of ship- ment and marts of trade in the East. The completion by the Gov- ernment of tliis design of George Washington would be an addi- . tional bond of union between com- munities whose products and com- modities could pass over the line of the great national work. So we recognize it as a fundamental, polit- ical truth, that upon the intelligence and virtue of its people must resist the prosperity, power and pre- eminence of the State. We point with pride to the successful estab- lishment and progress of the free school system inaugurated in Vir- ginia, and conducted under cir- cumstances peculiar by difficult, for which we are indebted to the wisdom and zeal of Conservative State Government. Liberal pro- vision ought to be continued for the support of the extension of the free sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston Daily Mercury — 8 August 1873

m :"r-~ v-^ir* " u- - ' wM mmm -■r- -'- ■ life!" rich life I say, i story-tinted tide , and each giad day i Bertha by my aide; • ! ah! k ve, what's half so sweet; amend crown is all complete. Sfchlife! rich life! ' the dotard heart, Hil t kiss is bat a part s brought "rsong, i throng. Wpf all around rare, taemmg ground, fair, i river lies. rich life! } 1" Tve felt the storm, i old Ocean laves, i beneath the waves, bf rich life! ' yet pleasure knew; thorn and rose, k, where flowers grew, r's close; ke brothers meet, i good and sweet. rich life! I come, Bertha, love, this cap; etar from above, : its honey up. j wife, to thee, t life, to thee and me. rich Kfe! a—A Beautiful ¥oui g Hist 0ut of Spite. Friday Mr. J. B. Clark, of came to this city i i oms at tho Ceiitr^, aMf and Rife, -Xiectf he arrived tb< Justice £*>-V not young 13 ic marriage PfVho is j in this city, who is the polite pro- the Central, asked Mr. f that was His wife, and the latter showed him his license to that he...

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