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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 August 1863

VOL. 4. I HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY I AUG. 29 1863. I N O. 30 ■M wimm A - — [From the Tol<*graph.] Nfiroue but lite De«er*jB the Fair." 1 [Soiy qf %€ Texas Vulunturs] BY WOLUH B. MOORS. To battle! to buttle! Awuy ou tbe field, The MImIoh of Mr. Stephens. riftjo Louis Napoleon is that of at* trn j i n , 4 • „ 'ffiffensivo and defensive alliance, at- Wkat tti Real Object was rtvpontr/n, teii<]cd with as large concessions as a /1AI/Z Vvi/lIM > Kf ' ' ■ . . . Vanco and WW Mim WW TbflA have loved on U K| Farewells bo spoken yea^f lu borrow and tears; jUearts niuHt bo sundered That are happy to-day, The war-cry boa tbuudered The fcrow will away ! Sling ou every rifle ; . Lift high every sword ; Kacb weak sorrow* stifle-- liuib <?v« ry sad Word- Be joy every parting t ' ,* The beacon, fires burn, And tbo br*vo roust be starting * Though ihey never return l Lot pale traitors linger v.. While wo baste to tbo rout; Bui scorn's pointing finger Wlll'slngle tbero out. To battle I To bat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 August 1863

Ifniterson J. M. r)OD*Otf, Editor «!)d Proprietor «- — «r Oj>prc*«o«u of Soldier'* FcroUle*. lie /rxlcrtiohf r and ?jv cn'-v'tbr wfcb ih<v wid. - : , . •j.Jnt ( f ki{i<]3ev5 andMricnd/y r ga;d.- th#; l«- \S o have ftlt it lo be our duty, onsevefid o?^ ., , , •• , v • ... . „ : J\ ' i4.iU Mere tboAror.'ki rntn i.-T l v 'a. thu? siV'ii I,arrd ju-t ' o Lnjiiv hiWe bct-rj tin cations, during the past f "• '-fflfr-' to ttarfl i, : . , • , I, • , « •••. ■ ho -is mil mwc Kia m certain classes of Indiv.icliit&lH, in our country., ^ s tl'a' ' " t \\ ^dio have become ? wholy ubsorbulin the id*\i . ■ -a r .. ' ,.. ■ . „■••••,,: , , , , v^mc.s cf these extoi'tiotk^ urjil >]H^ul,itur^r^ ■—r —— — - ■ —~ == i of making mopey, to be ware nowthevoppress " ■■ . , . , v HENDERSON RUSK; CO TTX \S# - ihe families Of those who areata*.nt flgblii ig th* • - *,' .■■'." .J wj ucoiv yjyj,, ioa.u/* ... ■ ,:T- • , :uu>j(j-<-vuc' lntnvidn.ak r«up tin ir reward. battles of the country. Citc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 August 1863

Ri A Pk'I D A:-vA corrcsp-rm« pondent writ*s/ir! iii' AYj'n ?n<rtou -X-, Cm to tlie I'nyeltcv •«'. Observer • The blockade r;; r y1• t•.. bti>: ii ■ - • !.. :.i$ ...... . , * developed a new .Tea tor*, A steamer iiH-ml, thiougli th«* pohu i,e*s of Mr. t]lt. w, , ,j \J; 15uk^ r a* having jai, 1' r some long; it %ilT| has arrival l.et ;• ;.-d t.> \\. C. Jones, stage lor the l"l- vi• 1.ri• • 1 111<; rc.se!uti i,s of .paid m«-< i- i i,c uut:l the meeting of our Genera:, have Bailed frotn N« f.\y ^ tk and mear* DISPATCHES. Ei-Cmus i\f licm-3 ' rt or ! In obcdinnco to the re co mend alien tFicmth«M.rcv.puruV™>r.xli .>fJVm« -- 1)f rit^ .,.s mcoliu- ..1' IC.l-k (.'i „n- V\ e aioind< hied to Mi.l' • Hum ^ K()fnv time gruc.ej, I publish i.. To Uic.vjri'ju *rr of r«.t Timi, RSoanJ Urniidu Coi.fi re« cc«. \Vc aie now cut oft' from comihonjU cation with the Church Fast Mississippi, and ujml possibly r< lowhig tclcgivw, wlrich B copted at jn^ |1V .take £bnfedernto Monro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 29 August 1863

A Lcmoii from Ancient jljuoiy. llow the Romans demeaned them hour of dlwa«ter may be learned from<; lowing account of what occurred at uaiwsiu whore a ftiw remuautsof the army had collected after their defeat at Cnrtfu* : There beiu? here lour Tribunes, Fab ua Mux- ' Itnuk or tbe 1st lesion, WhbsO father lmd been .Dictator the year before, Lucius Blbulug and HIou lUOUb upon Publius Scipio, though very young, and Appiua Claudius. While these, with a few oth- ers, wero consulting upon the course to Ik* pnr- : Btwdj Pqbjius Kuriijfl Philus, ih«' son of a man '..ofIpnau.Int rank, catering the assembly, declar- ed that t^wgs idle to cherish a desperate hope : the commonwealth wo* abandoned and defunot 1 Koine of the younger nubility, ho stated* the jfatdor of whom was Lucius Ctee.Uiua Metolfus* WARD- e jail of Rode County. on toe nlgbt of August 14lb, 18.®. a certain slave, ^committed from Pauola county, on indictment for attempting to inurdt-r Mull M \<t. Bald negroiVa bright jiiu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 November 1863

/ i • / <£> 7< ^ioc to the jpimes- >- ,r.. s atwubs... % Times. Ju£v«r& • ... *• 'tifv' TT .Unit in«rrtfon, ^Otfts per lit Each subs 'jiivnt Insertion, 1< r." jadr Cf*b in advaucu, wH^ H' m for bulb subscription aui^ '*£' if line. luired in alf 'tWng. P&WLlillINSTITUTE. i'3S this lustitutiou commenced . TQL. L 1 lUINISTKAtOtt'S N(7 IL'SR CO. Tj§AS, NOV. 21 1883. i NO. 12. f- #d m ■BP K <Wmn pk session of fit* month*, jo and )k^ih(r at; \ '.?|25 00 30 00 September Term 1863 of the Probate Husk Gottotyrt^e undenrtgued was ap administrator of the Estate of MUc* iiu«cd. All peiflo.)* Luting c!t*tio« estate will prisentlhe some/duly t|ur tildo .prwibbd by, HWSGOmX. 17th 10C vjDcUcnlnl e: ~ w'-v VI m* 1 i ••• • • «!>f 85 00 1 00 n32:lf] "} J of Principal Purchasing Oflice of r's Dept., District of Texas. Ban Antonio, Sept. 21,1863. tnee with instructions reeoivtd from General, I invite proposals thousand (10,000) Mule Col- of.bsrk or block mesa, for fpr tboti ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 November 1863

s Wkr t V I T .... .VL.. Ben&toit <©raes. DODWffy Editor and Proprietor HENDERSON, RUSK CO., TKXAS. BATURDAY,.... NOV. 21 18/53 We bare bud the pleasure of meeting, daring the put week, with Colonel Thompson Camp, of (he 2nd Texas-Jufentry, Ilia command la still stationed at Nacogdoches, the order to march to Navasota having been countermanded. GOVERNOR LtJBBO. K'.S MESSAGE. We have read with unusual Interest the message o' Got. I.ubboek to tbe Legislature. It i* a lengthy and able State paper, in ever; way worthy ol its Illustrious author. We copy, a* far fljbur space will admit of, such portions as we think will moat interest our read- en: . .. THE MILITAUY BOARP. The Military Board has continued to prosecute its i|u!tifar!ous duties with all tbe energy aud ability ot its comnund. It hap. «« far as w ^practicable. hnsbanded the"sm til means at its disposal. It has to contend against many difficulties arising from the led i tltd CfittlOit*' n. M* *y cause* are assign- ed iV-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 December 1863

*1V *■■■< •U. J # Subsoriptlon io the Times- ; «f AiTOirtteStftg. ' M i • ' - 1 w-wr Ifne. IW^ir 1!n<*. cftaflM adwtUenwnb'. j unae. wll he required |n all ^ahicrIi)tIoti4h1 (vlrortMn*. EXKcrTorrs m TJCK. OcrtoW. term V D. lS<nor the Probate Rntft County. theun** |*nod.was ap- ef'th-v lost Will srirt Wit - • )!I Wh AH txr- ttn-rt «n(.| « W will prc- fiberitfeilfrl within thfl ' - ' '*•' • (f "•* ••■* )•'•.••'." Gtnr,FOBD MTNER. /I % sga-^AS; flFj'DE'RSOS, KUSR CO. IEIAS. DKC. 19 18(53. * NO. W.. 1 ■'i*1!*,■>' 11 . , . QtffcHeT* iMpnrtrof nt Trans-Mias. 1 loth'mx f ■'lift ■ iu JB^SS JiMI IAXOH XOTI^K XO. 7. ' V* III M << • M TTh* hilViwJncr ConMera to \Offlcors and men Hi: r* and nwm enptiWl and parol oil >rrtvlou*: to the 1wflf September, illon, however. ft Ho* Intended to*, uuy onio«>ra an<l men capture I hi Vick*- *"ie *th, IHC&didept sucfrus *ere cx- * inn* Notice Htit 'tt. Sepf k lit, t illy narnml In this notico.— Wlnrobr.ico all1 deliveries made ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 December 1863

DODSON, Editor Proprietor Wp arc permitted o> triak Nfr. .J. II, Garrison. of the ] li dispatch w nirv •lope, •leariu^ date M<-ridiin. !>•*• breathe? the riqrbt spirit ar:d we trust .r <] hav- any) will pro it by i'-j p m "The ti<if? ofwarifi'iiir-iiust u- n< w. and if'("• from bit*, present jjo-ition. all of N i lir-rn ' and Atlanta will fall into the'handt ofvivH-n be cut in twain. As 1 - i'nl in a 1 ;ty.r o! pV •*, there will be no more rest li>r t.tio l: b- ♦ :ierny jnuuo Utti ,C • ft- Fred«rick*b(ir i' \i.x'vo; . N ?), IvAiilrni' Jinn. Auotfj r fight a. 1 - inftOs" above CU I'.A t. r i.atr i.. JOUI iipg ". wattan i;Uk\lt af,y nyvaata*.' tfi- - J m i V'. -:":,aw r Wr'ts- i which < ui y *' that lVagg hiis'-dri t o C.. a fiiin ill v. i it' gr, i l<: Hi. hU.Ulh -r .j.r; 4 «j,.p lIiim. • ftbdtl 'lilt il |!e en>.:..y.' atigi&k 'ultMir th- result will.b ' 'javorr Ulib •01 I.;v 'f-l.n command fear* for tie rosulti ! • m -r it;,v at arm*. HENDERSON, HUS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 January 1864

r si * ftMk T* * •' '1 Hi ii "• k't f' , SulHwripticc to the TmrtMi It Jprtfcrtfbo, per line. ,■ £i PubnitqMcrit Insertion; ISota pot- lia^. > bltuary notices obargrtd *B mlwrtUeaicrd* >BBr jCiifcli fu advance, wfl bf (fequirtii fill . '.e^es, for both mliiofaucl' «u|verU>ip;;, • % \ y v •>W)8TwNltJLKS. ';, % Jh , t iV\ my^itoco, tltfM alto wt 4? , m: SSpnirtMr, fliftk ,<?a iuty TexaV nt.nut tbo ViWtf {mi ' «x.u*K, hifeniml with M Mexi'All br.llld Mod • r *tooaglU* 0* Cb4'«oldl*f [For the TlftWf. v So "'vat i < } :wm • 4 **' i y i— 'i;n-/~f'- " -1 \ NO. 50. / BT *' ttua^ A ttwnt^yrt*. Brave Icfldier farewell, dealb claims tbco hfli Tby lift) Bp«nt In ooottst,defcadfafiby bom*, Tb, irictxls in de pair now sing tbo sad Hiqafem, V> bile tiuar to tby,dfrk grave, the I* roeistepp may roam* iW**&! ' "in olh« « "tbor n:>lnt3 in .aWta** JlMy Mi- rkV'ttiav Heou if t>o«t . pUvkuto m>y *,bu* k>rl , . ajmon alt tbose) girls were in mourning tor d«nd lutein—b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 January 1864

■\ <■ * J, M> U0DSON, KjlMot, iui<v«hr ru^w HRNDEK80N, KUBK C0.; TEXAS. ' eATuaDi.*~rrr^rr.7Xtr. i«, im s* k.i 1 rice ISntOrtaJnment '\ At rat mabooto iKstrmrni tckjuobt ! By Very gentta!reqneit the Stored D m* of "Hoaes in thie Balruabeo ■ Lot® tot t)he Negro. to snob otherduty uUbui think p*ep*r th$ neosaisiy military organisation and defs Kb. Emwi1 wouW b«J letTO tO«pr5* * ****,«.> <*£2£* the pablio throygfc /our popular column*. The oirsumstanoes liiil have oocurwd with I a Use Uit ffWmentbsliave led rneto tbls^de- iifliPi ■■■■ ■■■■■ N1 have board the opinion exprefced by many,, that toe slavehol- der bred hie negrq better than the soldle of oar country. ,l>av* always contradicted suoh statement* from 4 conviotion that thoj wereuntruo. I have always entertained a higher opinion of our worthy citizenship, I hare always had a more llberalnotlon otfthe patriotism of the epns of our Southern dime. * fiat, unless tome of the citizen* of our county stand up to the ra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 May 1864

trtte AH Nstaw *M.de«keJ. & owning rwt, fey^S . wbn wo o«*tflftk ; .j . W>'1 ed oq graft.. t - I ■ — ; —--r . . ■" - "■'■ -*— ......... * *T * "' I T' VQIH. I HEiWitBON, isrs£ CaiEUS, IfiY 21 ik. (• HO; .16 ntme but tote wiled: ... jfJL tf, rogul^thA' tsorld'e horror aad '«!%; V jr, . ,ioeea ^ fa^Mt wrest mi strayed bouse, 4 Js Hill, Uii-tk county Texts, 11, oaeohesnat sorrel Ijoti .jilfel high, 7 veart ol^ fbca bchftMT, _ __ ^ iutha lfft ere, turns btrotw tank#, telfm brooded, but bate forgot tin it AJtO«n*J>*Mfc ^ 14* head# high, 4 *<*« oM. «tar te fe(*4,boih feet Ubiad white, 11 give one . but to pti$ with thy jlttft; from Hell, I fetr thod'Jt expelled, h Each toftertion, 25c t* pet lime. •Gov't Advertise meifti, Ififc itt&rtibU, * .;• t Q7- v . ' ., * * V~v' booee.er hclf the ror ewier, or will pavHbei tha^jgp bo Ic n gefljiem liberal!* oq« tekl * ■I . .p^uv r Sf&ft '/, j 1 ' ■-** & * -M m "Z >, .. .. . Vfe *54":* v XttPOW*^ i $18 J .!•!* « a i* L the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 May 1864

[J, Jit. Kdltor mid P*H>rtcior. =?=* 7= J, ftOSR CO.,. TEXAS. j iftflT*Av groat rfl-voy lottph? w .r • on the *0:1- fttiatrdpcpor'r-rocftjiir .f !.; 1;.-.cl .bStrW ■▼■;• % YnftV'^wMicr*- J'r- Aitx.'i.viiia "t.j yte'tifrgSn X *rikjt«doin.; Mr. JuU'u.- V y, has fur- lus viih a lot/from wbicfi wo tp-ike > ant*.*. ch:u ac: WStlitf extracts.-■•'•}' one ftom a ooldivr U?;hla t'vi"t • S/vV -. SATURDAY,i '.. . .... MAYJ.2, Wi. ,—— :—r WjL. 'V''' ~ t< jtSrEiTKAB for tale at the Times '..ifico, v, bdfi ever there lietirt, we fiud iUc-Tollbwing parappraj b: : "i tiupTwap you iiaxt) read or beftrct' of rspori of the figntf of tbe 9tH, whicu "report i* ogrbig u ilautm j. fin# uj as-'wir ptor hs-'if: by any General. Ifrhir vii- tbereiSSR* iaroortit news. £3; / j pcirt, G^o. Sir.iib is noMneirtioiieiT as Jnltfrj.' &rln , ^ at M!: lak-'S .-1.1 Uie glory !-••• 3 iarij • ,.| ~A W Not/ N C £3£|5% ay ' ** 11 fectx? Mat..--r;*n. but f'lj J>* «)-•' it'V ,Vtn ' o. —~7~jerr- fc.W>l J&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 10 September 1864

VOLUME 5 S --F-- / T_* EEXDEfiSO.V, HUSK COlmI;TEXAS SE£I 4*^ 4 tiu KHladimiWuujidd of du 14th 7e*u RrQ- Wm*i>" wanding, iii (fie xith the Arrvj 18W. ® . /. X. Cbmp Cbwi vi cemttrtxm since 17th of May Private R wounded i* arm. «f " head, 'it M. T (4 « iUed. , .light aiir/ East ti>i Ed. Times:—Thii month of August—J lo! these many daj from the looks of issue us "double Brigade cemm d*y and of all tboi ooo at Kirka ferry '.'jsteepi^L" ani "sli Hannibal and all ▼era# would doubl t tbe sight -i" B T lmpofthlble. Everything here ■oar the tkn3a3, la. ) 'August 20tb 1864. J r<pice weather for the and°!ias been raining for id the clerk of weather seems determined to tops" jigaln to-day. Our inj *be Tensas ye*t«r- <a?iugs in the world lb- it<u)ud«lie*t/' "sliperest," -Ceatar, Bonapart, ferry, but not bo with •they consider nothing Fight iW^C.vio* xxD CorpERH^A* Law*. —A.\ Ex Colonel,Kn_ijrr>.-—The New York Al- " b^a^Xedger learns (bat a most painful tragedy occ«i^i-nt'arrMa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 10 September 1864

M. Iwntoan Cinifs. • -V. DHDSOC Kill tor and Prcmrlotor. _J_ Hp^8?qS. HrSK^COUNTf TEJUS, ATCSIUX, SEPT.. JLOrn,ISC/ n*- "tc-nriaOv* titrite Jmu* op*>n«.l coder «ne hundred popik in at* *T£i..Tuo hjjrfyt! * *npr atavoid&My crowded oat this week. ■ ail has ul'.e awl in W. MoCullough it isqpe, but thai) just Concluded nn address to ou*-people. We0 should like 10 notice it «t lengbt but our publi- nd, (Friday evening) ■A. ■. Ration boor is "we musf rara it and Per till next week. rib!* eMtt£t,-I eldC!v fr** iaeJf9iWre foac '• tb^ir ««rt«eiea tbe Li"eoVa«Jaiini*<rallGa * and til who ftror tb*!r policy; . -u—— I - 4 HfCAGO COX-VBNTIOT. yfTJirTfrse by that VsHandiginta -tfifcKvo i ontinate^ r'^r ?Yf*id nt, and $eytn03r for Vlce-Prttf&ept by *:>o Itopqcraiio F-.*aee Con vention, corrvened r.; Chicago onj([\* ?<uh uit One d fpa eb mf* Symour 6< "-N. V — Seymour if jjtoif arc sallffied " war. Tbiiy/^tnIs a'nioft too ^ to creS It iUviieatejra^MJJsc^ and ooufideuce in*- s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 September 1864

m Hd.Q'rs. Trans-Mississippi D6pt. I j Shreveport, La., Sept, 1864. j rifarurf] General Orobrs, ) * No. 66; j • • • • • ITH1 following prices having been adop- • ted by the Commissioners of the State of Texas, will remain in force until further or- ders : Schedule of Prices for Texas. Office of Board of Commissioners, ) Marshall, Sept. 1st, 1864. ) Schedule of prices adopted by the Commis- sioners for the State of Texa*, to take effect and be in force on the 1st day of September, 1864. Schedule for August 1st. ultimo, is hereby adop ted and re-affirmed, and will remain in force r'till further notice, except in the following arti- cles : Transportation, per mile, Stage, $ " " Railroad, . . > " Steamboat, Freight, per mile per 100 lbs, in wagons, Bacon, good, hog round, pr 100 lbs, 60 Lard, good, pr 100 lbs, 50 < Sugar, white, clarified, pr 10^ lbs, • 126 " brown, prime, pr 100 ttn, 75 • *' " common, pr 100 lbs, 65 W. R. D. WAJiD, ) Commis- ' THiJSE E, Wr! .i;f j bioners. - By c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 September 1864

Mtnhwm <®itm J, M. DODSON, Editor and Proj>U HENDEUSON, RUSK CgpTY TEXAS, SATURDAXOCT. "Ss^We priut fifteen or twenty extra copies of the 'Times' every week for gratuitous distribution in the army. We would be obli- ged to soldiers, from this county,absent on leavo or furlough, to call at this office before returning to their command to get the latest i&suea to car- ry back with them. jB8y*Ycllow fever is raging to a considerable extent in Galveston. There arc some cases in Houston. It is not of a malignant typo. I. Ill /S^Those wishing to send clothing to Waal's Brigade Walker's old Division who will send the Fame to the Enrolling Officer in this Co., by the 15th instwill meet with an opportunity. JS^Attention is directed to orders in this weeks paper, of Capt N G Bagly Enrolling officer.— Details and '-the like and siob" had better keep a sharp look out—Nathan is after enforcing the law and orders in '-such cases made and pro vided. J2&3- We are under obligations to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 November 1864

The Henderson Times. VOL. 6. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, NOV. 6, 1864. NO. 40. An Vxchung* of-Compliment* betwcen^tw© „ . Noted Yuiike« Rdllom, The'fcfoliowing is an exchange of compliments ttat receutly'passed between two noted 'Yunkce edi- tors— Dennett, of the Nqw York Ileruld, and Pren- tice, of the Louisville Journal. Thej are so char- acteristic of the men, and bo eleguut aud refined in their literuinre, that they deserve to bejierpeionted as specimens of the true Yankee *uste[aud charac- ter. U r Tor. • 1J E N N' KTT , TO 1' K E S Tl C K. The'Louisville Journal, and impudent ona-horse Kentucky concern, conducted by n walking whisky bottle, says that one of our correspondents .depriv- ed it of its ;maps and dispatches, from Sherman's army. The Journal is4 unable to pay even board wages to its correspondents, and relies upon us lor the news. Our correspondent purchased, the maps and intelligence referred to from one of the eturv- ing'reporters of the Journal*,'in orders to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 November 1864

Upiiteou <£im J, M, UODMON, Krtltar and Proprietor . H EHDKHSON,JtUSK COUNfT TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV...." Oth, 1804 print fifteen or twenty extra copies of the ' Times1 every week for gratuitous distribution in the army. We would bo obli- ged to soldiers, from this county, ubwmt on leave or furlough, to call at this office before returning o their command to get the latest issues to ci r- y back with them. / < — We will mail Extras to those who will depos It money with us. at one dollar each; or we will leave the Extras at the Post. Office- in this place, where pai ties desire it. Newsytfy t le graph is costly am^'tonne who desire it must foot the bill. If tfe'Ure liberally patonized we wo will keep up this arrang* nent. giviug our patrons all the advantages oft* Daily paper. JBSTMaj Redwine and Maj Ector of the army of Tennessee arrived at home on yesterday, and werehartily welcomed by their numerous friends received. Early's defeat by Sheridan i& acknowl- edged by Eaaly him...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 17 December 1864

7 / I HEWS 1TKM8. From the Sbrereport Gazette Extra. Hew York, Nov. 28.—On Thursday last 1500 infantry and a division of , cavalry bad a fight for six boors with [f rebels at Boads Hill, SbenandoahTaU f*? ley. Oar forces were compelled to retire. Loss not known, Early's boadquarterd between Tim- t berville and New Market, and bis ar- my is streobed a cross tb? Valley, both flanks well covered with cava!ryvHis ... position is very strong. * Sherman is devastating the country as he goo*. ' Brazil baa takiv off relations with the United States on account of the V i* t . - a a - gm 0 ' ^ •> „ «uridjl>tffa!r ., If ♦ Savannah, Nov; 81.—Dispatches say\r Enemy qro«Bed Oc. W- ^^vwwowwwwwvvMVKVVV^yywyWN^tfwvwM vol. f. hxssxbsoh, Wwooumnr. tk&s, rao* - -v W 46. directly with theae Head \ mation, will do looger be tolen. effect to delay bugine«8,and emban ationaof the office, wit boot producing c Jag Ifenefita. Bach officere will Is f&U. mpnfcate with the Commandants of the*. east...

Publication Title: Henderson Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 17 December 1864

-\i*y ■■ Jm M, DODSON, Kdltor and Proprietor. * ' ' - - - l ii. I-Im HENDKRSQK, ItUBK COUNTY TEXAS, SATURDAY, DEU. 17TH, 1864. * *' Subscription to the Ttofcs.—New ilsBue, $2,50 per month. State Treas- ury Warrants, "50 cents per month.— Provisions received at reasonable rates. .■m mr Tbe Sbreveport papers make no mention of Senator Wigfall having been captured in crossin&ibe Missis- sippi, and We conclude the report is untrue*: ' 4 V . „ If not already attended to the Kitchen. Garden, should now be mas nured and thoroughly broken np. The in all kinds of vegetables will bp H*frwndi#d per cent better, than when tfcis mfctter la delayed till the latter the; winter. ; or State Treasury Warrantshave been selling in this market, during the past, week at six lor one—in ;f Kew Issue. ■_ r Hew-Issue, 6. S. Notes,,Is be% are. reading tne pres, ent page of American history, then* pictures—authentio and reliable poles traits of the Spartan leaders of the South—will be invaluable as illustr...

Publication Title: Henderson Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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