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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 March 1899

. *•'- - X - •V V \ THE HENDERSON TIMES. x V - *_ BY R. T. M1LNER. V. "t. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.* $1.00 PER ANNUM. VOLUME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, flARCH 23, 1899. NUMBER 12. TRUSTS! TRUSTS! TRUSTS! Just Look at the Trusts. Nothing; But Trusts! The following list, which is only one day's doings, shows what is going on in the way of trusts They have been going at this rate for months, and the Lord only knows when and where they will stop But the silver "cranks" in the last campaign predicted all the Me things in case the gold standard should become the policy of the govern ment Remember that this list is / but a sample of one day's work. Here they are: INTERNATIONAL COMPANY IS BE- HIND THE ROUND COTTON BALE. Baltimore, Md., March 15.— Plans for the reorganization of the International Trust company were completed today and the new com- pany will be ready for business in a short time. The company will have a capital stock of several mil- lion ...

Publication Title: Henderson Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 March 1899

/ / THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. The trusts know their friends. Thursday, march 23, 1899. Second class mail matter SAYERS STANDS BY THE PEO- PLE. The great corporations are loath to giye up the power they once held in Texas. For many years they feasted and fattened with impunity upon the rich resources of this prolific state, and when the people rose up in their power and might and made them stay the hand which was paralyzing our industries they became defiant, and the "bloodiest" political fight known in modern times was waged here between these cormorants and the plain people. While the fight was long and terrific, it resulted in an overwhelming victory for the people. Right and justice tri- umphed, as they always will sooner or later, and the strong arm of laws born and wisely ma- tured in the conflict and adminis- tered by just and sober-thinking men, became the righteous arbiters to deal out equal rights to all, and the trouble seemed at an end. The people through two adm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 March 1899

§54? "'-S. alleys ery s. .or all .ewart's. and skin New Embroideries, at T- E veil & Sons. Nor Droves of wild geese have been seen this week wending their way to the far north. E Norvell & be some peaches. A per cent is the esti- ,ome. .ock is fresh and complete, i a trial. Doyle & Son. iderson has the appearance days of bein a strictly agri- al town. Its supporters are field greatest attraction of the : Those lovely pattern hats .. Prices. Opening Wednes- nd Thursday. Be sure to gain Day at Gallman's Rack- >re, Friday, Saturday and ay, 24th, 25th, 27th. See ars for prices that have never offered before. We are still offering bargains in green and roasted coffees. See us before buying. Doyle & Son. n planting has been going on rately this week. Every is in a rush. Several of the rs have finished. is. Stewart has all kinds of and his prices are always at >ttom. ibroideries and laces in the est variety and at prices ?er than ever, at J. E. Nor- n: Son.s. e health...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 March 1899

-' • . ;. v • - :- v ■ . pft or I i t 1 s q E F s. h a ir n a: • H b« tt And is it not due to nervous exhaustion ? Things always look so much brighter when we are in good health. How can you have courage when suffer- ing with headache, nervous prostration and great physical weakness? Would you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits? How? By removing the cause. By taking It gives activity to all parts that carry away useless and poisonous materials from your body. It removes the cause of your suffering, because it re- moves all impurities from your blood. Send for our book on Nervousness. -i To keep in good health you must have perfect action of the bowels. Oyer's Pills cure con- stipation and biliousness. DM* to our Dootorm. Perhaps yon -would lik« to ooBtnlt lome eminent physician* about your Condition. Then writ* ui freely >11 tie particular* tn your caae. You will re- ootre a prompt reply, without coat. Address. DR. J. O. ATER. *■ _ Lowell. Mas*, t THE WEEKLY TIMES H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 30 March 1899

V THE HENDERSON TIMES. s 1 :ce 'ljp. R. T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. vr JJME, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, HARCH 30, 1899- NUMBER 13. GREAT BATTLE N~XT YEAR. >etwe«D Chilton and Bailey and Perhaps Others. By Ueo. D Armistead, ('or. Houston Post Gainesville, Texas, March 21.— When Henry Clay used to come back to Ashland from his duties at Washington, Kentuokians would • gather in Lexingtorirfrom all over the surrounding country and pub licly do him honor. He was the average Kentuckian's apostle and no distinction was, in the minds of his admirers, too great for him He had a hold upon the people of his adopted state that was marvel- ous. Men gathered for hundreds of miles, coming by horseback and stagecoach, to hear him speak. Few residents bf the blue grass knew bow they regarded anv great National issue till Clay had been heard to expound thtreon His people had a confidence in his in- tegrity and in his statesmanship th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 30 March 1899

/f J, THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, march 30, 1899. 8 econd class mail matter The latest legislative excursion was to Port Arthur. There is a vast amount of fighting now over in the country beyond Manila. St The democratic papers through- out the State endorse Gov. Sayers in vetoing those consolidation bills. The Houston Post and the Galves- ton News have no opinions upon the question. That magnificent specimen ol the donkey family, one J. Sterling Morton, is out in an interview fayoring the organization of a new party. Sterling is a sight worth going miles to avoid seeing which. The article in this issue from the Dallas Texas Christian Ad- vocate, on Bryan, expresses an honest opinion from an unbiased mind. No higher eulogy could be pronounced upon any man. Read it. When you approach a republican on the question of trusts he imme- diately becomes a staunch advo- cate of the old democratic idea of states rights, and declares that the Federal government has no power to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 30 March 1899

r . Doyle's. Norvell's. s in the city. ;ceived by Mays bed room suit at adras or percal* go to Gfig and summer styles ss Dodson's. ett ~ s goods at Clarence By u Gsh bat for 25 cents, at Wb bacf Wa& am cheese, large Doyle & Son's. gratb tjje ck ot fresh drugs on jjcj.i es atCbas. Stewart's avee of Julia Marlowe ox- no es & Harris'. mped linens and y silk, at Norvell's. em .«aukegan harb wire and nails at A. J. Lacy's. Miss Dodson desires to see all her old customers, one door west of bank. Chas. Stewart keeps a splendid stock of drugs and all kinds of patent medicines. We have a nice line of oxfords, all styles, heel and spring heel. Mays & Harris. "If there is any one thing they have for a hobby it is good shoes, ' is the remark made of Norvell. The Times is informed that business property is advancing rapidly in Henderson. For hot weather buy a pair of John Meier's low shoes for men, at Norvell's. Latest styles in stiff hats both brown and black, at M. Kangerga &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 30 March 1899

r % wes ¥ow sack Ache? In constant pain when on 'your feet ? Is that dragging, pulling' sensation with jou from morn till night ? Why not put the medicine exactly on the disease ? Why Lnot apply the cure right to^ *the spot itself ? You can do it with Dr.Ayers Plaster Immediately after the kPlaster is applied, you feel. Jits warming, soothing in-, r fluence. Its nealing remedies' quickly penetrate aown deep into the inflamed tissues. Pain is quieted, soreness is re- lieved and strength imparted. N« plaster was ever mute like It. No plaster ever acted so qalckly and thoroughly. No piaster ever had gucta complete control over all kinds oi pain. Placed over the chest it is a powerful aid to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral; relieving congestion and drawing out all inflammation. « TOR f VLB BT ALL DRTOOISTS. C. AYER CO., Low«u. K&u. J C. THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, march 30, 1899. Second ciaas mail matter Joe Jelerson's Birch-Bark Check. There is a bank in a little coun- try ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 April 1899

THE HENDERSON TIMES. lner. 0. "tolerant in all things, neutral in nothing." HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1899. $1.00 per annum. NUMBER 16. V%VWV% VMMMtMMMMMMHWMMMMMMMW) TELLER Vt* •Dealer in... ^-£.3 •jQ agricultural implements and heavy hardware. INDMILLS, .7ieHINERY SUPPLIES, >HERWIN'WILLIAMS* PAINTS, DILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS OP ALL KINDS. All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing > Satisfaction guaranteed all round. Your business respectfully solicited. f ft Star Barber Shop and Bath Rooms. Situated one door east of Meat Market. Completely fitted with all modern fixtures, having Combination Mirror Cases and Revolving Barber Chairs Bathing capacity is as good as can be had anywhere. hree First=Class Barbers Always on hand. - First-class tonsorial work of any kind guaranteed. Hot, co1 * nd shower baths at all hours. Keep tor sale, Tonics, Fir i a Water, Bayrum, Hair Oil, and in fact, all articles for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 April 1899

THE WEEKLY TIMES HKNDLRSON. TEXAS. Thursday, april 20, 1899. Second class mail matter The Palmer and Buckner demo crats of New York sat down to ten-dollar-a-plate dinner one even inj? last week—a feast as impious as the famous Belshazzar debauch ery—and bearing about the same relationship to the apostle of democracy in whose name it was pretended to be given, as the Belshazzar feast did to the true and living God. Judging from the newspaper reports and study ing it in the light of cold reason the' meeting and feasting of the millionaires in New York with a view of shaping the political poli cy and destiny of this nation, we are forced to declare was one of the most audacious moves in mod ern times. Mark the cost of the dinner if you will, given in the name of Thomas Tefferson! Ten dollars a plate! None but those accustomed to the most royal anc princely fair were expected to par- ticipate in this porentious feast The great army of plain people for whose advancement in all that bring...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 April 1899

.ttle boys at and cattle are ition. y color, style, :e at Lacy s. s, bran, etc. at Hood's Pills Do not gripe nor irritate the alimen- tary canal. They act gently yet promptly, cleanse effectually and Give Comfort Sold by all druggists. 25 cents. both :11s*. white and t Burnett's are the mistake about it. jost see farm and owing since the fine _angborne for prices on of spring and summer cations point to another ming crop. Let us sing d be exceeding glad. .in Day April 27, 28, 29. ulars for prices. ulman's Racket Store. underwear bleached, fancy own balbriggan, at Nor *s Lillian Wiggins and Onndman are guests of son, this city. the best safe ever at Lacy's, either wire d's hats and every- 1 her entire stock of jods are right up to rignt ;y's for straw mattings, des, curtain poles and >u may need to brighten >m. Alexander and her Irs. R. H. Hightower, i are in the city, stopping latial home on Marshall hen safes, chairs of all room suits, beds, etc., find a better place than The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 April 1899

I ii Been Perhaps you have had the grippe or a hard cold. You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever; or possibly some of the chil- dren are just getting over the measles or whooping cough. Are you recovering a3 fast as you should? Has not your old trouble left your blood full of impurities? And isn't this the reason you keep so poorly? Don't delay recovery longer but Tako will understand that it is not ex- pected that Japan clover shall be cultivated, but that when once seeded it will continue to re-seec itself annually (it is an annual) and that pasture lands and unusec fields in that neigh oorhood wi gradually become covered by the natural spread of the seed. "I have watched this plant closely in a number of Southern states and find that it has thus far been barely able to cross the Trinity river in Texas because ol dry conditions prevailing further west. I notice it in Leon county Anderson county, and it is report ed in Grimes county—but it has not reached Brazos county ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 April 1899

\ r fHE HENDERSON LNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. $1.00 PER ANNUM. -\ fA HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1899. NUMBER 17. 1MMMM /• TELLER, •Dealer in... AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND HEAVY HARDWARE. 'INDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, SHERWIN-WILLiaMS' PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS. ANOTHER SAM JONES. Mayor Jones, of Toledo, All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing Satisfaction guaranteed all round. Your business respectfully solicited. linn Star Barber Shop and Bath Rooms. Situated one door east of Meat Market. Completely fitted with all modern fixtures, having Combination Mirror Cases and Revolving Barber Chairs Bathing capacity is as good as can be had anywhere. ^ Three First-Class Barbers S * Always on hand. First-class tonsorial work of any kind guaranteed. Hot, cold, and shower baths at all hours. Keep tor sale, Tonics, Flori a Water, Bayrum, Hair Oil, and in fact, all article...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 April 1899

m i • / THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, april, 27, 1899. Second class mail matter Everybody is opposed to trusts until you strike the one he belongs to. Down with all oi them. If the insuranee companies are losing money in Texas, no one can blame them tor leaving the state. It is a beautiful argument lor one to oppose trusts in a general way. But the only way to repress trusts is to lay the strong arm of law at the root of all of them. The late rains have been pretty general over that part of Texas where it usually rains, and the crop prospects are very encour aging. The way to suppress trusts is to suppress them. Let them all go down together. The greatest good to the largest number is the old democratic motto. Large combinations of capital are necessary to bttild railroads, •i ' etc., but trusts of every character are wrong, and should be speedily abolished, root and branch. Tammany's influence has for- ever lost its national significance. It has at last been convince...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 April 1899

s. /veil's ^acy's .igar is " all kind of a .eat and corn .t waists go to prints of E. B. Al- Carlander was here *s for Norvell's. waists and , will buy you a Singer & machine at E. B. Alford's A the officers keep/ both eyes en lor vagrants and rogues. Vou will find the best selection of mattings at Lacy's. Now if it is neckwear you want go to Norvell's. Mr. T- E Norvell went to Rusk this week. A full stock of straw mattings at Lacy's. Prof. Van Ingram is rusticating in South-west Texas, down about Kennedy. $9.00 will buy a tailor made suit of clothes—guaranteed to fit per- fectly, at E. B. Alford's. See Lacy's stock of straw mat- tings, shades, etc., before buying. You can make it to your interest, Mr. J. H. Young, of the firm of Mistrot Bros. & Co. spent a few days last week in Galveston on business. Dr. M. S. Sutton of the State University will be here at the Teachers Institute the 5th and 6th of May. I have decided to remain in Henderson and will in future re- duce the pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 April 1899

DYSPEPSIA "Fori tft«r I wu«Tlelta«r<y i MMU m m wont form. I could <u nothin* but milk tout, and >t times my itonaeh would not retain and digest even that. Last March 1 began taking CASCARETS and sines then I Have steadily improved, until I am as wsU as I trer was in my Inc." DAVID H. Mfrtht. Newark. O. Pleasant, Piltttbli, flood, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gi Potent. Taste Qood. Do ►aken. or Gripe. We, Sc. SOe. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... •UvSaf Imlr Cwmfmj, CMn«*. S*w Int. >11 10-TQ-BAC THE WEEKLY TIMES HENDERSON. TEXAS. Thursday, aprti, 27, 1899. Second class mail matter DEGENERATION OF HUMOR. This Critic Says the Day of the Joke Has Passed. "I tell you what it is," said the man with tired, drooping eyes and a scrubby fringe ol tur around his overcoat, "humor ain't what it used to be in the days when I used to write the real stuff for the Whangville Monitor—never heard of the Monitor? Why, it was the sensation of the day. I couldn't go to 1 minstrel show or pick up a boo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 4 May 1899

if* .ay- THE HENDERSON TIMES. *s a* at M: 1ILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. v— <L. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1899. ac -Jt U* /( .et iy ^tra & To- der J. TELLER, •••Dealer in... AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND HEAVY HARDWARE. WINDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, SHERWIN*WILLIAMS' PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, ARTISTS MATERIALS, BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS ©F ALL KINDS. All kinds-of repRr work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing. * Satisfaction guaranteed all round. Your business respectfully solicited. fij m Star Barber Shop and Bath Rooms. Situated one door east of Meat Market. Completely j=| fitted with all modern fixtures, having Combination = Mirror Cases ~nd Revolving Barber Chairs Bathing =g capacity is as«§ood as can be had anywhere. j ¥ * * m Three First=Class Barbers Always on hand. First-class tonsorial work of any kind guaranteed. Hot, cold, and shower baths at all hours. Keep for sale, Tonics, Flori a Water, Bayrum, Hair Oil,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 May 1899

■MMti • THE T. MILNER. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.' $1.00 PER ANNUM. /IE, XL. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY n, 1899. NUMBER 19. E. J. TELLER, ■••Dealer in... AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND HEAVY HARDWARE. WINDMILLS, MACHINERY SUPPLIES, SHERWIN'WILLIflMS* PAINTS, GILS, VARNISHES, ilRTISTS MATERIALS, BOGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS OF ALL f€INOS. All kinds of repiar work in Wood and Iron. Picture Framing. Satisfaction guaranteed a!) round. Your business respectfully solicited. ■■ Star Barber Shop and Bath Rooms. Situated one door east ol-^Meat Market. Completely || fitted with a'l modern fixtures, having Combination = Mirror Cases and Revolving Barber Chairs Bathing || capacity is as good as can be had anywhere. ' I W Three First-Class Barbers s 2 * Always on hand. First-class tonsorial work of any 7 kind guaranteed. Hot, cold, and shower baths at all ■ = hours. Keep for sale, Tonics, Flori a Water, Bayrum, || Hair Oil, and in fact, all articles for tonsorial us...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 May 1899

> ;V ' ' \ " . the weekly times HENDERSON. TEXAS. ThuksdavV-may n, 1899. Second class mail matter The administration at Wash- ington gives it ont that the war is nearly over. \ Poor Eagan, Alger and Miles! All three of them are more or less disgraced. It has been suggested that if McKinley is in earnest about kill- ing those Filipinos the easiest and cheapest way to do it is to feed them on Eagan's beef. The democrats carried the city election in Baltimore last week, but the real sensible democrat down here can not draw much consolation from that fact. V The state senate has made many changes in the anti-trust bill, and it would take forty of the best lawyers in America to tell what , that august body is hitting at. The legislature is wrestling with the appropriation and anti- trust bills. It is pretty generally believed that the work of the ses- sion will be completed within the next two weeks. V- w ■ m \ Land Commissioner Geo. W. Finger died last week and Hon. Chas. Rogan, of B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 May 1899

,£WS. ^ that every one towers Of Course. Jones left this week y, L T. ncy Corner grocery jaw. the lilly of the , is in the city. freezers at the Lacy ore. at ids of summer drinks any South Restaurant. <e and see our line of neck Mays & Harris. Times is no prophet, but ications still point to big f all kinds. s and misses ox fords at orices to close out at Mays is'. blai & Son. good quality of green, mixed tea go to to Doyle -■ r ■ 1 - ;- T 1- I - t •• I Aft t A.V! i 1V-— 'l i j 1 ; r i I : r t Ci >:S? .tTf - - " ~ * • - * w ~ * 6 ** Perfection Dr. Jas. Mc2 ide left a few days ago for Overton, i-,ier aud other places, "for good." Good hot meals and a.<*.Qy time of the day at the Sunny South Restaurant. Mr. Hunter Ross from Navarro connty is here this week visiting relatiyes and friends. Try Doyle & Son this month for groceries. You will find their goods and prices all right. Mr. William Swan is having a nice modern cottage bu '* on the old homestead on South Stre...

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