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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Visitor — 31 January 1899
^v*vw vw vw%wv*? i $I, $1.50 to $5 ! I MEN'S SHOES t 5 Wood Bros., & Co. S ^Ibe Datls Diettor Dicmino & Gibson, Publishers. PALESTINE, ANDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY. JANUARY 31, ^wv%v v v wv%v vv> 5 75c, $/ to $3 1 * LADIES' SHOES ♦ | Woo Wood Bros, be Co. j wvwvwvwwvj VOL. 1. NO. 82 RICH ARE IN POWER. Judge Allen Declared That Aristocracy Rule the Federal Bench. In his address before the State Bv.r association of Kansas, at Topeka, last week, President S. H. Allen, late associate justice of the supreme court of Kansas, made a vigorous attack on the federal judiciary in general and the United States supreme court in particular. It was the presi- dent's annual address, and be selected for his subject: "The Federal Judiciary." Judge Allen declared that the system of life tenure in office of federal judges was radically wrong. While he did not charge the federal judges with being corrupt he said they were re- moved from the touch of the common people and surrounded by the ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Visitor — 31 January 1899
THE DAILY VISITOR. "The PamUy Paper." ofllcewl Publication Avenue A, opposite Tem- ple Opera Bouw (up «tair«.) "FINNIGAN'S BALL." Kntered at the |x«t iwffice at Palestine, xa«, •wcund-claM mall matter. Si;bhcmipt(on. per month 25c DKMINU & liHISON, PubllaherK. I. & G. N: R. R. Time Table. AKKIVAW: From North . .5:30a.m. ,8:30p.m. From South. .7:00 a.m. .9:00p.m. From West..7:45 a.m. .9:20p.m. departures: Going North.. 8:20 a.m.. 9:30p.m. Going South. .8:00 a.m. .9:40p.m. Going West. .5:40 a.m, .9:20p.m. Floral Beauties. Messrs. Nanz and Neuner, florists, of Louisville, Kentucky, have sent the Visitor a copy of their illustrated floral guide for 1899, which is replete with beauty. With covers it contains 126 pages filled with descriptive illustrations. Outside leaves are in red, the first page being a pic- ture of two ladies standing be- neath a tall rose tree. The first page inside is a cluster of roses. Two pages are taken up with in- structions how to grow and pre- serve p...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Visitor — 31 January 1899
"Cbc Bailee Vieitoc. Bwnai Qimom, Publishers. PALESTINE, ; : : s : TEX A ? ———mmmmmm•=m===mmm^Mjrm ■any Think It Chaoired Conn* of PoM- "«• ta ThU Country. It is Mid that a single glass of wins probably wrecked the Democratic par- ty la 1860. The story is worth tell- ing, says the Atlanta Constitution. After the breaking up of the national Democratic convention at Charleston the party in Georgia held a state con- vention. Great excitement prevailed. The leaders of the party could not •agree. It was a critical period. The majority report Indorsed the se- ceders or bolters at Charleston, while the minority report opposed their ac- tion. The leading champion oT the minority was Herschel V. Johnson and his followers were confident that his 'eloquence .and logic would carry the day. It is quite likely that such would have been the case but for an unfor- tunate mishap. Ex-Gov. Johnson be- gan his speech before the noon ad- journment >on the second day and con- cluded after dinner. Old ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Visitor — 31 January 1899
The Dawn OF 1899 Is with us. And we wish all our patrons a Happy New Year. Assuring them at the same time that our business will be conducted with the carefulness that has always characterized it in every department. Our stock ot everything we carry will be found to bd the best and 9 selected with care and bought from the best houses m in the trade. EVERYTHING IS RIGHT! DRUGS 1 1! S 1 1 i i I tS And we promise you just and courteous treatment, Hearne & Moore, The Vp-to-Date Druggists. PERSONAL MENTION. Wood Bros. & Co. for men's, ladies' and children's shoes. Mr. A. Teah is in Galveston. Mr. A. B. Hodges is in St. Louis. Mr. Horace Booth is here from Houston. Mr. Wm. Larker, Houston, is here today. Judge and Mrs. Gould went north this a. m. Miss Mable Horton from Longview is in the city. Mr. G. H. Turner returned from Dallas last night. Mr. J. M. Flowers, of Denver, Colorado, is in the city. Mr. Eugene Durham is ex- pected home next Saturday. Hon. Ned Morris and wife, were a...