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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 23 April 1881

3l)c Instcrn JC ctoi Vl'HI.ISHKl> BV EDWIN E. UVKUALL, Udltor unci l'j'oprlutui'. A Representative and Progressive Newspaper—Devoted to the True, the Beautii'ul, the Good. PALESTINE, ANDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL A 1881. VOL. VI-NO. 10. •r..,v ■ ,*!M *>■ .«• THE TlfOJtX. It was morning in the garden, l.ile stirred iimiinir the irrc*, Wliere low love whispers answered To the woolutfot t&c breeze. And tbc blrda were siwfinir matins. Not it Voice was out ol' tune, And the dew luy on the roses That crowned the month of June. Am) away there in the distance Shono a vision of the sea. And 1 plucked a rose for Molly And she crossed tbc lawn to mo. O the ijlory of the sunshinol O the luurniur of the hives! As wo stood there once, together in thetnoruiuK of our lives. Anil subtle, saintly fratfranoo l'o jssed me unawares. That floats about a nntiden .lust risen from tier prayers. And the parrot bowed his top-knot To her tinner, from the perch. As she softly hummed the hymn...

Publication Title: Eastern Texas News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 23 April 1881

STTEXASNEWS Edited by EDWIN E. OVERALL. PALE8TINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY. APRIL 23. 1881. EDITORIAL. I I HT Copies of the extra Han Jacinto Edition of The Nkwb can be had of our enterprising Agents, N. B. Barnes, International Hotel, and of Louis 1) un- fa the Poatoffloe Building. They are liberally supplied with copies of this unrivalled Han Jacinto Edition of Thk News, and are authorized to receive subscriptions for tlte same. Copies of the paper can also lie had at the publi cation office, Southeast Corner of Pub- lic Square. Price, Five Cento a Copy, •r Two Dollar* per Annum, 2,000 SUBSCRIBERS WANTED. LIBERAL TND VCEMENTS to subscribe oh The East Texas News For One Dollar, The News will be sent to auv address from now until the flrst of January, covering a period of ov Mght «M<m<(g^(''rii*~bet>t paper In Eastern Texas eight months for One Dollar. This offer is made In order to Induce a liberal subscription and general intro- duction of a first-class newspaper into every famil...

Publication Title: Eastern Texas News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 23 April 1881

Palestine Advertisements Ktrueteil for either utrenntli or defence, witU but few alum and a limited u|>- yly of ammunition, nijtiintit an Invent- ing Mexican force of more than four thousand nieu, from tiiat until tlielllh of MarCh—twelve anxious and dread- ful days. Santa Anna's numinous to Travis to surrender on tlio 2Sd was answered by a counon shot of defiance. And from that hour tlie blood-red flag floated over the Mexican Hues, an- swered by the resolve of the Texans never to retreat uud never to surren- der. (July the wifo of Lieut. Dickin- son, (who fell with his comrades), her child and servant, and two Mexican women, escaped alive. Grecian and Spartan courage and devotion to their country were not more proudly and heroically displayed under Miitindes, at Marathon; under Themistocles, at Salami*, or under I.eonidas, at Tlier- mopolte. Texas has now more than a million and a half of people in the enjoyment of peace, free self-government tit id free tolerance of religion, ...

Publication Title: Eastern Texas News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 23 April 1881

r-1 ©he <ga$trrw taw |lruu. PUBLISH ID KVCRY 8ATUR0AY. PALESTINE, TEXAS. PBOOING A WAT ItetwmiioM shoemaker, sturdy u iteel, Of great wealth and repute in hi* day, Who, if questioned hla aeoret of luok to revoal. Would chirp like a bird on a spray; M It Isn't to much the vocation you re in, Or liking for It," he would «ay, t ^ ^ *JU it la that forever, through thick and lOSSS'""- keep a-pesffinr away." > found a maxim of value whose truth _ervatlon baa proven in the main, which might well be vaunted a watch- word by youth, !■ the labor of band and of brains Tor if genius and talent are cast into work thostrongest display. You oan never be aure of achievement at last, Unleas you keep pegging away. There are ahopmen who might Into statesmen it . have grown, '' Politicians for handiwork made; Borne poets who better in shops had shone, And mechanics best suited for trade; But when once In the harness, bowover It nt Buckle down to your work night and day, Secure in the triumph of b...

Publication Title: Eastern Texas News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 14 May 1881

!! M |' I' I. - JNttM*. HlBLIgHKU BYiSlWlN K<ilt<ir and Pfytprlotar, A A Representative and Progressive Newspaper—Devoted to the True, the Beautiful, the Good PALEST^, ANDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY H, 1881? NEWS AND NOTES A Snmn^ry of Important Events. S -— "HUik social and political atmosphere Pelersburj? m growing thicker and thicker, and in fraught with omeni of un ap- in-onchlng storm. A 1'opular movement against the .lews has broken out at Ar^enciin, Wost Prussia. A mob, led by 11 school-traeher, wrecked the house!* of Nome' Jews and nial- treatod the inmates. The Postmaster-General has declined to mako a special investigation of Mr. I)or- sey's connection with the star route con tracts. The former has assured Mr. Dotley he will be attended to along with the rest. A general investIgatiou is underway which will include him. ■Ol'HE public debt statement allows a decrease during April of i ,e!m,t>00; cash in Treasury, $238,781,105; gold and silver cer 1 ideates, f...

Publication Title: Eastern Texas News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 14 May 1881

®?TEXASNEWS OVERALL. EDWIN E. t 'ALtSTINE, TEXAS, 3ATURDAY, MAY THE VETEaAN ROLL. Considerable space Is occupied this v !u repullfishlugCorrected iistof ij|i«S Veteran Boll, together with a list of deaths during the past year. Other | Off for the Fraaa Reunion. Thanks t<> the indefatigable ctn of Tub Nkwk ofllee f ree, win. elated our denlrn toatteiiwtlie reunion of the IV.tas Press Association, which met on the lltli Inst. at Houston, it wit! be our pleasure to participate in the second day's proceeding* of the Association, and enjoy the hospitality ot the cltixeus of the Kajjon City. Personal. MK. CHAS. K. Ct'MMWO, who I* it ■ oof. to tfcx ah. Tbe (..IhjtrliV l-h-rn. In. h • •' i | MjH'li, ** *•> VII1* UL •" ' ' a '« i . tvuiii'CI « t • • «* * • tf.M'i* lU i ree, who appio- j il4l r.r \hv i • ;i: oi in* 'run A -«>fh*tiwi : On# mid Fr«*. I .UK: Jit « r#, « MA hak J t« ihi* Team \>teran*. Why <ifviit«* ttiU tiliMxI.boUKht lttiul? Wli\ ttimrt iUfu*tir«iik!it \\ hy, ...

Publication Title: Eastern Texas News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 14 May 1881

% i ! * EAST TEXAS NEWS EDWIN E. OVERALL, kditou asi1 I'ltOl'KIKTOH. PALESTINE, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MAY 14. 1881. muck of HUltKCKIlTION—In Advance, (I'u.lttge l'lepnld ) Oue Copy, onjj year, . . K'i.00 " HlX lUOlltllM, - . 1.00 " tlireo month*, - . ,iiu <Lr- An extra copy to the getters-up of Ci.tus, lit tliu low < «-.h rate* |>viuteil above. No siibsorlp tiou lukt'L t'ui* a less limu than throe months. ltutes of Advertising; timilsi ed on nppllra- tioii at Tiik V.us Office, Palestine, Textu. OFKIOM O*1 I'l'HUATlON :—Oh Southeast Comoro!' PublicSi|uaro (mar tile Courthouse), Palestine, Anderson County, Texas. [Kutcruil at the Postollleo at Palestine, Texas, tu second-class matter. 1 Kt.gular Display Advertising llate*. l'er Inch, Oiie month, ®3, or 7.1 cents each insertion j thrcS ilionths, WH.45 or 03 cents each iiisurtloui six mouth-', t 13, or 30c. cacti luror- rtlon; Twtflve months ttiiO.HO, or 40e. each in- 1 loll, Tftu yearly rates are less than four cents per line. Twel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 14 May 1881

Bpf.' llic Eastern (Texas Slew*. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 8eed>S*winK. For the put thirtjr years we have few' Q PALESTINE, * TliXAS ie| ?V- • * % I l! , * Vi Concentrated Wealth — New • Yorker* Gathering Up *11 the Money. The rapid centralization of wealth in Die hands of a few leading operators is tone of the most striking features of the age, and as it requires that an immense multitude should be poor in order to make one capitalist, it follows that such a state of things is not advantageous to tbe public. Here is Jim Keene, who camo from the West, and soon proved a dashing operator in produce as well as stocks. He is estimated at $2,500,000, while Sam. Sloan is down for double that snm. Sloan Is President of the Dela- ware, Laokawanna and Western Road, with a salary of $10,000 a year. He can, however, make vastly more in specula- tion. Ex-Gov. E. 1). Morgan is esti- mated at $9,000,000. He made money rapidly in trade, and the house which he founded is still in operation, the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 28 May 1881

K ctos. . I I I Newspapex—Devoted to fhS True, the Beautiful, the Good. kr % COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1881. VOL. VI.—NO. 15. CONKLING AND PLATT. Tl«elf «r Jteilgttiltlott «« Viitted Minim 8<-mi torn, In Which They Give Their ' JCeu*oit n>r Jteatgnlng mid Tltelr Veralon .or <he Ultrei-eiicm Hi-Iwi'cn Them and the Aduiliil.irutlon ut Washington. An Albany (N. Y.) telegram of the lfith gives Ine joitit letter oi resignation out to Governor Cornell by United Itiitbs SliUatbrfiOmkting and Piatt, au4 Mich we publish in lull as a maitel' Of lieral public interest, giving, as it , "their side of the story"': Washington, D. C., May 11,1891. : Transmitting na wo do our resigns* respectively. of tho great trusts with Nhw V"rk Hud hoiiortid US, it at that ijalnt you, and through you tho Legis- people of the State, of the reasons In our judgments, mako such a stop otful and necessary.gptg* wee1(0 ago Resident sent to the'TOitjiate ih a group nominations of several persons for pu...

Publication Title: Eastern Texas News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texas News — 28 May 1881

EASTTEXASNEWS Edited by EDWIN E. OVERALL. PALESTINE, TEXA$y SATURDAY, Hg^Y 28,1881. EDITORIAL. The Xem's returns thanks for addi- tional now cash subscribers" rraeived 111in week. Friend)*! lie p on tK' good Work. Let us hi Ve2,000hy Jan.1st. iMMIflRASTS.- Illinois, Ml and Connecticut.nro represented ai tlie immigrants who have re< arrived in Palestine. I«rgopurcl of Innd liivve been made near tlie ter an Me. John J. Dnnkle,'writing toTnu Mews from Deer Hun, West Virginia, says: " A large nuniberof respectable and firntHfiass farmers heru want to come to Texas." Welcome all! There is room iu Anderson County. . BEAUTIFUL ALLEGORY., Iu th celebrated ense of Matt Ward for killing Butler, the school teacher, iu Ixjuieville, Ky., over twenty years ^Crittendeji whs engaged Ward, who \vji "iirt«l«i' >r a capital offence. Af- _ orate and powerful defence, Baulted in the acquittal of tlie hg tried for his life, ho closed Ilia effort by the following striking and beautiful allegory,: " ...

Publication Title: Eastern Texas News, The
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