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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 4 February 1865

XfnitfWtt (S'ittifs. J« M. DOMOVi •ndl Prop ri HKSDBB80S, KU8K CODNTT TEXAS, fATU RDAY i FEB. ..«•••.••..*• 4IH« 1865. The President and Gen. Johnson. BrBSORlPTIOK TO TH* 1 !!«••—New Inge, $2,60 per month. Bute Trpaii- ury Warrants, 60 cents per month.— Provisions received at reasonable rates. Wa are under obligations to Capt. W. W- Barrot for lata Shreveport papers. Taa next session of the riendfreon Masonic Jtomala Institute will open on Monday Feb. 20th. An advertisement will appear next hare 'large numbers of Federal deserters ►osslng through this sect on of late, on their way to Mexico, ■■iiPuilliw asiise nli fieaiiil .TlffiX J3LSS2 represent that a, great ninny more wllUdcsoil opportunity offers. rPt: MTA great hubbub is raised on the subject of emancipation of late. ills reported, ihro* the oenntry, that Congress has already passed somo law on the subject. This Ib all bosh. Just wait for the wagon gentlemen—our af- faire are not quafctorasbad as alarmists rep- resent. ■ tgT l...

Publication Title: Henderson Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 4 February 1865

HENDERSON TIMES. VOL. 6. HMDIBUUT, Btf3K OaJtfCT. TSKA1, NO. HicLiccr lrir-MH. Tiuvr Gonl-Rhorman la bia march through Georgia do«troyed many tbloga. dwellings, corn cribs, agricultural Implements, gin house- clothing of women and children, and iu short nil that tends to make life comfortable was ruthlessly given to the flames. Ou!IJovho!^'J. hasps. Bheep and goata were destroyed. Nothing was ppurnl. Thank God, amidst the universal lu'ui ono thing wan eXtci liatid, root audi branch, whl h amply compensates lor all other lo*n. A III up. noxious rauk and nncloau. A tiling tU.it like a foul Itiyl venomous toad, I md on Iho graven of our slain and in >do lluht or tlndr blnotl, A thl ig th i spnl on the hollowed mound of the dead end crocke t dhhonoi 10 ilu* living. This foul abortion, this polliloal Oulibau, ibis spawn ol Cow - ardleo and treason, was Reconstiiiotlou. Wherever tho hostile trend of Sliermnn h legions patftta. nil hopes, and thoughts and desires ot reconstruction were ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 4 February 1865

v\V * — * f % hi; cn or id* c*A ■- crop the lefl an I ©T *rbit and unrierkit and crop the right.Clay Ksrt, Lam pa* M, Texa*. 'nected and horeer cattle eo Lip, horse* on loft ahonlde CLA'*i;'"c" BE 1 A DELINQUENT TAX SALE. Bj Tirtnrof the 'delinquent tax roJU of l.:impata* county, for the year 1881,1 have this day levied ou, aiid will proceed lo •< 11 at the court hou*« do6t of said contity in the town of Lampasas, Stale of Texas, to the highest bidder for cash, hKwteu frgal hotitt; on the liret Tctsday, it being theSKt'OND day .of MAY, 1882,the following described Unda, or noHicient quantity theieol, to satisfy the taxes, puualtios and coati due and unpaid thereon for the year lSSl. -H ob beiaea left ahonMer. ah HP 69 D UNKKXDEKEI) ItOLL TIIH YEAR 1881.—CONTI.S*CBI>. VK KNOWN. > cr 3 NAMES OF OWNEKS. on left^hip. ol left aid*. MOD on lefl side. Ma.Ik underalope in lelt and crop and over-half-crap in right Henry E. Davia, BlnlTton, connty, Texaa. IF ear. Llano CR V. Ppruiira...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 February 1865

Meitan *=TSrsc=r-s=r i TOL 1 To tho Ptopls of Toxm. liwrriTi DmiTVrtt. Austin, Jan., 14, 1*05 fvttwCMm # Out of Ntf numhor. f(W l y volco fWMii the iiink«of "f« «° l* 1(10 ov,r ih«* aftdr- of our State. I addrem yen at a j* rtml .frauglM with *he <M*o| In^tesfto <> r jttrv and posterity, for grne *• come 1 iu1 Irom you lo the °l W *n voklttg mm spirit of candor and dotemdned to speik unreservedly, on the mel quest Ion in urlflch wr all to Involved. Hhen sham*- ■ i.3.: • **v v -j 'rf '"♦A fur*. the trimdMur'ed manner si«.uds mmov HEXDEItSON, HUSK COUNTY XAB. FEBRUAfiY 11, 1806. i safe I r L. - _ _ _ _—_ _ i ■■ olSklJT- «•> in lh« tr.iggk« f m n >W the hvnl of and «onro tW iv«n ( Itlwny for thfuwi-ivihojr <oon try. n.| tlu.tr cl.IMr.-n. Th | >opU < f thr run.'.-i. .. «• -Into* am oo«rti> thr mt<W ■ t jhv Unrtkla w r .f #Wch molern tlu.« fur nU mi umrl< T*.. aitj two Mlv iirw.^wnu. them lh nM I* to fi.llnw tne .1 irV .ii..l (Hauutl road wl.td. l.a l*« t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 11 February 1865

\ "Jatntara <S*ime8. jr. M, DODSON, and Prop r trior. HENDERSON, RUSK COUNT? TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEB 11TH, 18C5. The Prospect of our Affairs. At no time, since the commencement of the war, have wo experienced inch difficulty in forming an opinion an to the state of aftairs Mat present. Everything is usottled at/' uncertain—rumor and oonjeotaro rule the hour. A crisis of some kind is approaching— J ■4* Let us wait at tavj till Lincoln'$ near upjuoaob, Shall fonu ui to ylad. Twill never be too lllto, — To sue for chains aiul> .vn acomiuoror. Independence is the ft rent l ocra for which wo fight—not for iM'i alone—but ns the means of perpetual ina.t he Inhibitions which we cherish, and to transmit tl m to our poeter- or Adtibtisiko.—In Confederate Money : $ 1 00 per line for first Insertion and AOots. for each subsequent insertion. Gov- ernment advertising half the above mtes. SvssoatrrioN to ths two.—New f* ueper month, $ 2 60; Btate Treasuary Warrants, 60c ts ; Provisions received...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 July 1874

a "United we Stand. Divide!) we Fall." *W: WSP1>T Proprietor. FEAXK s. BLANTOX, Publisher HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1874. m; xv. >■ f m, *29 TEXASj \ HERO. I • I I ^ Contentment. BY ELL-Erf. 'Ti^k flrord" that emp!oy3 {he pen of our day, and eugrossed it for ages past'. It calls up pictures o'er whteli the artist loves to linger and the sculptor loves to dream. It evolves Thoughts that uteta only assoeia- DEATIIIXTIJE EYE. A Singular Duel Foagfl la the Early Days of TexiB can exores#, Hficffcuggests i tiona that the good only can re- ceive. It treats of pastoral scenes ■where bright stream* meander, beautiful birds sing and loving Bongs ccho. Of homes eo lowly in their structure, yet so grand in their habitation. Tis a themo to which all are invited. To which the philosopher, though mid his love so deep and pure, will turn to ponder and place it raid his deeper thoughts. To which the atatesman with cares so thick and fast, yet will stop to dream...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 July 1874

1 I present.surroundiugs of the State! 5ZTjf<i/x ' and its unenviable, Peaches. COUNTY %TTION. &u §tutxm Editor SPIV* T LsrcMt Oreilathra of *ny Paper Fsb- !l h«d JnEaster* Texas and Con- ctaetly Iacrrasing. v catcbday, in JULY 25^xm. COT. COKE A>'B THE CHICKES-FI5 J01E5AL18T8. We are sorry to see that some of our exchanges are trying to con- vince the people, that a vast amount of lawlessness and crime exists in Texas. Because Richard Coke is'Governor, they would have the people believe that he is di- rectly responsible for every act of violence perpetrated in our State. Texas is no more cursed with evil doers than any other State of the Union. She is, comparitively speak- ing, a new State, and is rapidly filling up with immigrants of ev- ety description. Some ot them are bad men who have committed crimes in other States, and located in the thinly settled portions of Texas that thoy uiay continue their depredations unmolested. When a crime is committed by these men, becau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 July 1874

LOCAL COLUMN. SATURDAY JTJLY 25 1874 A $5 Chromo To the person sending the most subscribers within the next thirty days, B3P From sod after tbis date, advertisement#, special notices, &o., iasoted ia tbe local column Of appelfrftig nm reading matter, will be charged 35 eenta per line far ettch a^evenfinMrtioJi. The crops are all good. iy Price Groceries at the Post office before you bny. •^Affairs about tbe court-bouse are just now being conducted in strict accordanco with tbe ten com- mandments. bq_ CoL Thompson Camp re- turned from Austin a few days since, with the. money to pay off the new school vouchers. GsP Capfe. C. B. Richardson is raising auy quantity of peaches of the weight of one-half pound each His selection of fruit is unequalled anywhere. , GF* Mr. J. V. Bogers, of tbe well known hoasetof Gregg & Ford, of Sbreveportt is in town. Mr., Rog- ers is doing noble service iu his travels for tbis firm, so much liked by the people of Eastern Texas. 1^* Money saved by b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 25 July 1874

Printers are often nnjnstly blsm- jpANCY& STAPLE DRY-GOODS t dbS eonesponJfrt3 ami others and OenUTFaixishirg.Qaod^, j for HIistilkOCCUr in ''set- < in. ever? vfttiety Hnd ting np'? cnpv. Those who knew 113 MiU'ket St., Oulvfsffin, Texas, j nothing of the business cnunct see | Low anc-ii mistakes ne^ar, and vre ; o;f< E will try ami giro thefn an insight into its mvstories. The npper, 01 f-ap eases, as they are railed, on- lain hiuefy-eiglit; «*nd the loner- vlf.o8-ly Tt<" ?t I. Dr.| JOHN BULVS Great Remedies. Dr. JOHN BULL w flr'lMtT. [ ILEV & KHERRAKD, Snccessors to A. _Ball. Jr., | Whole &S« X Retail l.'ealc.? in Gents' Furnishing Goods, j HAT)*. CAPS, EOOTS rAND 'SHOES, j Also Agents for the ctate Peniten'v Boots & Shoe?. | 7 Market St., Giflvosum. vifii.8 l.v Mauufecturer . and Yf nde? CELEBRATED the It. L. MtLIXR. geoiiB, tuise fifty forir, sepaito boxes, with nun hntidoed and fifty-two tMfft'rent pieces of metal, eoiuustitig of the letters of the alph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 15 January 1880

a : \ : .fir - - ■■ , t 9- ■ • 0*. T&it&kf*- -;x- mm: M . •ndcmii, Texts Having pettftftT.ently located \n JBf deraon, hetiby tenders his n refer rn- nl aervic.sto tbe citizens and vicinity ; ' 5 a4*tj W.C.iWOHD. H..t.8TOHl BUFOSD <6 StONE, * . ^vWor>t\.cvi* o>\ Law. ' fitnderson, Te: Prompt Miention jgiven to all bash Be#* intrusted to our care. J AS. G. GARRISON, ATTORNEY AT LA1 Dendsbsoii, Texas. ' Ihoroptnttentioa given to all basi- net* intrusted to his care. W. A. D >l meiK «J. T. Mathis* Drs- DOHMEN & MIS, Fpectalisti for Disease* of % EY^ AND EAR- At/fi* — - — — Texa*. (v2i 2 W. SLAUGHTER, «V llenderiod,................ .T«xa« Permanently located at ifcfe place. CHarffefis Extracting tM'hrs*• • • •* ;«• •>«••• • ^ Cleaning teeth..... I-M Silver Pine*, • 125 OoM Pins* .2.&0 Foil sets of teeth 60.00 No pay reqalred for plate work until sat* efactorily tried. Produce taken in exchange for work. - — 10-lv J)R, S-.M- CARLTON, Fhyncian. Surgeon,and O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 15 January 1880

Pff V-*.r, - n irhobpre Wen kind tend op the band making oor.deUnt on the iatte Stage, we tender oar und Host tlint no act or oora, will ever & «t a stigma , tins timeohnnorrd TB^ninn feVCT ft*! reached dat section*. We oL elaborate preparations among our Senega m litan follow citizens to get off to ti e terrestihl paradise in ab!eedtii£ Ktnsas." The. sooner these dirariiit4 crentfirf ^ tesfc the Kansas delusion the better for ^bem and (or the couutry at large- ■ M >• — The political einbroplin in Maine bos been still more complicated by the mypiiixuion of two legislatures- ' etth claiming iecoguiiion from the 8a* |jpin« Court. The whole affair is' a disgrace to onr republican in* stitutious and engirt to receive the earnest condemnation if every patriotic citizen. The Honorable Mayor. of the eftj of Houston compromised frs dignity not a little by replying to an insalftug letter from a b!ack> guird of New York city. The viN liau deserved nothing b-ifc a silent* rebuke. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 15 January 1880

r i ——— & TBAMHGLL flu gnuiftsott li es TTOsioiRocalrEfll% HENDERSON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, /AN. 15. 1880. LOCAL NEWS. A , Be nre to read tiie ntn locals fn to- i*j'a paper. ■ • 1 Boy*, read and Hddy tttfc rulia for the Letp Year Bah cm first page. Corn la worth from seventy-five Cents to a dollar a bushel and scarce at that. The following h a correct cotton shipped fn m Henderson : Shipped thi* &e*son same timelast ssd&qi Excess over last ycs r Shipped this we*>k . " same week last tear Excess this v cek over same* wfcek last y&r Mr. Billy ilims who has been taklfrg a There are sortie bears in this mar- ket, we me&u cot too bears, who are ^fgimriiig to want horus. Mr. J. R. Richardson, of the bousfe of Moore Stratton. & Co, Galveston. was in {©wa last Saturday and Suncfcy. Maj. J. W. Flanagan, ot Longview; lias been spending several days in Hen^ derson, tiie gtiest of Gen. "Wcbstef The Hon: C, J. Garrison of Glen J'awn was in town yesterday and was kind enough...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 15 January 1880

Sheep- • • Miwy towns in sicfdeii take the .•\J liquor biisines* practically iu Uteir A correspondent from son Ik-!<,WM Qui henhorg, fur *rtf Georgia writes asking some, tlio local government «|iie«iioiis about p, Ii> re- | coutr #I.s tbi sale of iiqnorit, botb ply we sraf* iliat there is no cfoubt lhat the el rnatie eondi- tion of this state are favorable fbrnheen r.uUiire, in fact our state is favorably f* r all branches of this industry. Skill and care ih breeding and the proper.man- agement ot fV.cks w all that is neces&uy. Native* ewes and merino crosses are the best. They produce sheep that will •hear nearly twice the wool of their uams, and this wool will command a much higher price in the market. The grade sheep fhfe yield of wool, and piiee of same considered, wiil bring in a net profit twice that of the com* man stock. One hundred per cent, on investment is about as much as any fair minded man eoald reasonably expect. Sheep raising must be entered into with judgm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 January 1880

■ V _ ; V;, flQ. 4 Hi * ■ % ■ili- Office, drdg store of A. ft. ernor of TeXiW Sthmd & 00. i>2 ly a C; NEAt, M. fc, • Henderson, Texas llavirig petmanelitly located it\ He flerson, lieteby tenners hid trfofee*ch- id £erviccsto tlicf cHisttiis of tiie-t>wn aod vicinity ti4-ly . 0. BDFOBd, H. I. STONE B UFO 111) & STON&i T\.Wofwtv^% ct\ Law. ^Iciiderooii, Texris Prompt attcntioti given to all btoai- hess intrusted to ofir care. 3 AS. G. GAllRlSOSfj ATTORNEY AT LAW HEIO>EBSON, TEXAS. Pripnpt attention given to all bosi- tices'intrusted to bid 'care. "ty. A. Dobmeu. ' J.T. Milt fata, Ore- DOHMEN i MATH1S, Specialists for Diseases of the *EYEandean . Justin — - — — Texas. (v21 2 c. W. SLAUGHTER; CfiNTlSf', Meuderson, .. .TeAB. Permanent ly locatfed at tl i* placfc. C/harff e : -lSxtractlng teeih,... ....... 50 ct? Cleaning teeth.... X.**} feiWer Plnjf*, 126 Gold 2.W) 'i Fnll aeta of teeth 60.00 No pay required for plate work tifitil $at- fifactorily tried. Produce tak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 January 1880

Tirnteott 'i"!i HFVDERSOS, TEXAS. THUB|1>AY, J AN; ,22 18SX 16. GlWHSOII—MitoF- Largest Circulation of any Pa- fer in Eastern Texas. EnlcreJ tlic fosf. Office, ji, HeAfcr We suggeat to the planters of Bast Teiai the feasibility ol send* itog t<r K msas * feir labor. Very many 51 the colored people* that have been so cruelly euttccd to that bleak coontry will gladl> re- turn to their ol<!1ionie&*if some one frtll pay their expenses bacfc. Parties in different portions of the state hSvo adopted this mode of securing labor. * We feel assared H will prove successful. olives * rogues O Hitix: f;:., .i d I 'fi iM.# I, ,i in K s-ive ilriuocra- . • ..St« s<3 !:« • jv>yr.er Mrll'lii f the We b'gVhe publishing house ol JT. D.Thompson & Co, of S . Lou- is, to accept our thanks lor* a haudsouie copy of "Thrall's . Illd^v Hated Ahnauacetc." 'I he pnhli* cation m replete with information about Texas in every* phase and supplies a want Ioi g felt among public meu for a co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 January 1880

ms. ■ ■ ■ * -? & t i stra&gers in tow&nhls Did yon ev£r, hardly few. see such weather? ^ wwfrot aJl klto*, neatly and lhteoffl(*. " taken up & Co. ^ The criminal docVet will next Monday. "lillll 8ome of cat pla iters krb tpeakttg ol planting corn as an experia ent. •chool Jlra/Ma.ttle Trammel! has five ttnoeiii* In attendance. , fcooW a drooping wall flower, properly be fcilTcd, night bloondnijcereus venous ! Jnst received a large selection oT Lan- dr&h'a gardon tmls by F. W. Pettcy. Dr. Iaaae h a made ah assignment ; P. P. Chapman a* ismc\ Next V . Mr. Levy, xfco has been spending sey rrat days in- Henderson, left on tVrain last Von day. Whiti: Fian I—.V new Uurel of white flab just opened by C. A. iimijjbS. TVy some cflhetn. Wet*mattA dgaw,-whiskies, etc,; which whotoaljt and retail, at reds 1 Tnsr Dzrx COMPM^itiok. ofcornraeal. ff the . farme^ their meat, and then haw their raeal, a lar^o portion of their crop will be« i little by tfie time it is m**5e. of Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 22 January 1880

■ fences Ti i I i .A -" fe3ttf ~ ' sz&& m^-. J 5?S- /:•: ' ■;:-&-?v: .7 '^m - 1 silt nnder oi in alio VV^I iittie mm 9ii r- • -*. --- f IS- ^'■> j ■ m 9 « F s\ ory wood, tube the pork onfc of Mw tubs or boxes in which it has" luinjor salting, scrape off the sail and rab the $sbes ort. Hang: it up, and make a good smoke every morning, taking-care ne/- er to let the meat get lieated. Smoke for some weeks. In March wrap each liam in a newspaper, and then pnfcifcinto a bag to hang for good, this in* sores safety from skippers TheUaHway Age cbaractpjri* zes the year 1S79 as an extraor^ dinar* one in respect to the ex* traordmarv reviral of railroad bufldiug.. more uiifesof trtidfe having been laid than in any year since 1873, and -probably more than in that year. The Age >*e- •eent^a tabfe showing the amount of construction'in each state, eo kit 0s. the tacts are knbwn. The aggregate 37*. 8} mi eu>f \iliic* 3010 are broad, and 72SJ narrow gauge. The greatest amount o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 April 1884

TKliMS; ■ T. niLlKR, Kdlt«r and Fr«prlct«r. VOL. XXV. * 1 a- Mm "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS| NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." HENDERSON. RUSK COUNTY.-TEXAS THURSDAY. APRIL 3. 1884- r , - a >t rfcf-ir fun.- Inter- «*r< a with ihrn- wmknms, •fj t<w> « T x. IVy I*. Wlthru) VWtl Term* «f ftwb«crtptl< n. Oq^ copy 1 ye ir, 2 .00 6 months, 1.00. Locals l. ccata per Jfcte for first int>er*. lion. For a longer time, special rates will be given. Short, newsy correspondence solicited from every part of the county. No rejected manuscript* returned. Rateit of AdrerliaiaK: IG'olnntu, o*e ye*r, 130 00 1 « " " 75 00 14 m •• 40 00 1 S i«*re, " • 10 00 1 Column, six nfi^ths, 7* 00 12 '• " , '• 40 00 1-t •• " '• 25 00 I S(|u*re ••«•.. 7 oo 1 Colniun three months, 40 50 1-2 " •• - 25 00 14" " •' |5 00 1 Square. 5 00 HT" Payments quarterly, in advance. AH communication*—bu-iuess or oth«. tr wise—should be addressed to Till. TIMES, Henderson, Texas J. H. IRBY, Whalsssleand Retail Druggists, Henderson, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 April 1884

•. « * Henderson, TEXAS, I" E K 1 jlmes.—Fh?7i a!moat afraid >_■* - ; to acknowledge iftUI^DAV, APRIL 3, 18S4. come, but it really ' **.*'**. M Enter**I'M the flwt Office, at Texas, as second elass tig ft as OCRS1 HS *>' it 1b N « —— UA &xn£Qje&* Ej>. t It. i spring, has March 3lV*Mj"ju' I . Times :—ispriug, beay.t iful, at J^st, a ad jjiei^c 2 dove . is again [e voice of the heard in Tiie lo: est niug to don tneirYLcIi verdnr? oTj be. gi'een, and all nature seems to j and MJXI'ZX. jr March 31,1884. - ir-r.We:- are : having fine ^eatl^r t* p artne il't4f£orn n^f.aitea put in its appearance ation generally, is put PAyOLACOlXTY i A. L>. STIIOUP. 1 *««•• r&?;;; and QtAer* 1'Rocftr, Tk>T, March ^, '8-1, W-fWt? uu^al afftuogt oBpring poetry. he usual ^timber of canli- B ce fkrough .tjkn'^ia per , I expect to get a rest, as you ] wiN not. have any room for my^m le, and proclaim welcome, I tmg upjtf tiich tells us thalspring communication?. I will, however,' thri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 3 April 1884

■>- \ \ •• f > . - The Henderson Times, —-jSiick to principle. —Co!. JJrvvin, of inlimvitv. Tehuacana is ihri^irAV, al'KIL jissi.i LOCAL'NEW^- —Spring poetry is a little o(T ^ -rEvw^ friend of The Time's is | —Without her newspapers country would beu failure'. this —Clothing of ail styles, qualify —For German millet seed, call j a,l|d prices, at Blanton, Nunnally on I*. D. Chapman, v - ■' >1 -V —The sand is washin from the eourt house. away authorized to act as its a^ent.*' sue. „ j —Henderson should have a'eor- See election notice in tlirs is- l4°ra^on- ^ —Genuine potato bugs have put in their appearance. —A fine assortment of nice y.*nfci«ig paper just received at L. L. Lacey & Co's. —"All FuuI'h Day"'passed off very-vjuitety in the city. — —Bfftig your job work to The h'lmks. —The oat crop is* very promis- ing. —There is a market. spur in the caltle —Two Turkish tramps were the city a few days ago. Kitrlwi Wire*- ' At Arnold & Lacy's. in —The Houston Post intimat...

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