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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 November 1889

Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. THtrasDAy, Novembee 14, 1889. Entered at the postofflce in Henderson, Texas, as secondsclass mail matter. B T. 1GL2TZB - - - EDITOR. The radical party is hacked. Mahoke is politically mangled. The old democratic ship goes sail- ing on. Bayard married Miss Mary Clymer last week. Mahone sleeps under 41,000 dem- ocratic majority. The democratic majority in Ohio is in the neighborhood of 11,000. The democrats are now ready to proceed with thanksgiving. Pass the turkey, please. Iowa elects a democratic governor for the first time Bince the war anc gives him about 7000 majority. Amos J. Cummings, to succeed S. £>. Cox, was elected by 15,496 majority. Trig prohibition opponent receivec 14 votes. CAPITAL NOT IN DANGER IN TEXAS. The Times is too busy to talk pol- itics this week, but is engaged in the good work of inducing Northern and Eastern capital to come to East Texas and locate. It desires to say, how- ever, that the policy being pursued by Attorney G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 November 1889

Weekly Times. HENDERSON ,TEX AS Thursday, November 14. 1889. LOCAL AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to take new subscriptions and renewals to The Times: Postmaster, Tatum, Postmaster, Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. J. Farris, Lawsonville, W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibuhr, Minden, Lee Autrey, New Salem, Jno. Glaze, Pine Hill, Jake Westfall, Jr., Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, Jas. Harrell, Motley. LOCAL NEWS. Best blackjack and hickory stove wood for sale. M. B. Bass. Take The Times. Look out for Imrirlars! Help to build up your country. Get your liquors at Compton's. Read The Times and be happy. The Times is growing coiftinually. Get it at Merritt's. Cheap and good. Low prices and good goods at Lord's. The best 75-cent whisky is sold at I. T. Yates'. Get your table supplies from Jones & Cushman. Mr. T. J. Trammell of Vernon, is in the city. Don't fail to call at Merritt's when in the city. Buy your flour,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 14 November 1889

An Awful Sore Limb. 8klii entirely gone. FIe h|a maM of diweave. Leg Dlmin* Uhed «ae thlrdiaaiie. Condi xioB iiopeleMM. Cared by Cull u ra BemediM in two month* Curedby Cuticura For three years I was almost crippled With ail awful sore leg from my knee down to my ankle; the skin was entirely gone, and the flesh was one mass of disease. Some physicians pronounced it incurable. It had diminished about one third the size of th 0 other and I was in a hopeless condition. After trying all kinds of rem- edies and spending hundreds of dollars from which I got no relief whatever, I was persuaded to fry your Ctjticttba Rem- edies, and the result; was as follows: Af- ter three days I noticed a decided change for the better, and at the .end of two months I was completely-' cured. My flesh was purified and the bone (which had been exposed for over a year) got sound. The fiesh began to grow, and to- day, and for nearly two years past, my leg is as well as ever it was, sound in every respect, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 November 1889

SUBSCRIBE FOR AND j ADVERTISE IN THE TIMESj The Leading Paper in RUSK COUNTY-1 TtillilS: -$1.50 PKR YEAR. \ i "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." menu.- wi and ask i accompli send in . can di Derne stani " TIMES." { to visit every j and if ourj r neighbors^ this can V o' u:uary 1, 18i)0. it subscribers subscriber. You one of the best East Texas and own merits. Trv VOLUME XXX HENDERSON. RUSK COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1889- UMBER 47 ROSK COUNTY. Interesting 'Statistics - A Splendid Place for the Home-Seeker. situation. Busk county was formed from Nacogdoches county in 1843. It is situated in the eastern portion of the State, being separated from Louisiana by Panola county. It is bounded on the north by Gregg and Harrison, east by Panola and Shelby, south by Nacogdoches, and west by Cherokee and Smith. water ■ The county is watered by the Sa- bine river on the north, and the nu- merons tributaries of the Angelina on the Southwest. timber. '1 he general surface of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 November 1889

Weekt 7 TIMES. ' HENL TEXAS. ThobsdayTXo^'em.. K 21, 1889. Entered at the po^toffiou in Henderson, Texas, as secondscW&s maii matter. b . lolseb - - - edxtob. BRAZIL A REPUBLIC. Last year, in May, Brazil emanci- pated her slaves; a few days ago she bade adieu to monarchy and pro- claimed the nation a republic. Brazil is the largest division of South Amer- ica, occupying almost one-half of the Continent. It has an area of 3,217,- 645 square miles, or 192,045 square miles more than the United States. It has a population of only 9,448,233, and its capital is Rio Janeiro. Much of that immense country is yet but imperfectly known. Its rivers are well stocked with fish, and its woods abound with game. Its population is chiefly confined to the coasts and mining districts. It contains a varie- ty of soil and climate. On the moun- Let every farmer prepare to make a tains and elevated plains the climate living next year. is cool and delightful. In the dense forests and along the marshy ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 November 1889

Weekly Times. HKNDERSON ,TEX AS Thursday, November 21, 1889. LOCAL AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to take new subscriptions anil renewals to The Times: Postmaster, Tatum. Postmaster, Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. J. Farris, JLawsonville, W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibnbr, Minden, Lee Antrey, New Salem, Jno. Glaze, Pine Hill, Jalte VVestfall, Jr., Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, Jas. Harrell, Motley. COURT DIRECTORY. County court convenes on the first Mondays in March. June, September and Becember. The following Thursday is Probate day. District court convenes on the first Mon - days in January and July. The commissioners'court has fixed the following assignment for holding* justices' courts in Rusk county: Precinct No 1, Henderson—Last Mon- day in each month. * No. 2, Overton—Tuesday after the 3rd Monday in each month. No. 3, Harmony Hill—Third Saturday in each month. No. 4, Mt. Enterprise—Thursday before th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 21 November 1889

An Awful Sore Limb. Hfcia emtirely gone. Flenh a. maM of disease- Leg Diinin- (hed one third in size. Condi tion liopelcMK. Cured by t'nii eura Remedies In two month* < uredby r:utieura For three years I was almost crippled with an awful sore leg from my knee down to my ankle; the skin was entirely gone, and the flesh was one mass of disease. Some physicians pronounced it incurable. It had diminished about one third the size of th ® other and I was in a hopeless condition. After trying all kinds of rem- edies and spending hundreds of dollais from which I got no relief whatever, I was persuaded to try your Cuticuba Rem- edies, and the result, was as follows: Af- ter three days I noticed a decided change for the better, and at the end of two months I was completely cured. My flesh was purified and the bone (which had been exposed for over a year) got sound. The fiesh began to grow, and to- day, and for nearly two years past, my leg is as well as ever it was, sound in every respect,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 28 November 1889

Ffrl" m SUBSCKIBE FOR AND ABVEBViStC IS' THE TIMES,' The Leading Paper- in RUSK COUNTY-! i run MS: - $i5o pit r ykai:\ *rv: ^f tmes. HE A It "THE TIMES." AVe want The Times to visit every household in Rusk County and if our friends will show it to their neighbors and ask them to subscribe, this can be accomplished before January 1, 181)0. Let each of our present subscribers send in at least one new subscriber. You can do it. The Tikes is one of the best East Texas and Try Democratic papers in stands strictly upon its own merits, it. 'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME XXX HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS- THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28,1889- NUMBER 48 RCJSK COUNTY. Interesting Statistics—A Splendid Place for the Home-Seeker. situation. Rusk county was formed from Nacogdoches county in 1843. It is situated in the eastern portion of the State, being separated from Louisiana by Panola county. It is bounded on the north by Gregg and Harrison, east by Panola and Shelby, south by Nac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 28 November 1889

(> Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, November 28, 1889. Entered at the postoffice in HenderBon, Texas, as secondsclass mail matter. B. T. M2LNEE - - - EDITOR. Build more factories. Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton, Ex- Minister to Germany, died in Berlin last Sunday night. East Texas has more resources of prosperity and wealth than any other section in the south-west. .These will be several hundred acres planted in fruit trees this win- ter near Overton, in this county. It is the opinion of the republican press that "Wanamaker is the most consummate specimen of the long- eared tribe that was ever turned loose in a cabinet. If you want the administration cursed out you need not hunt ug a democrat to perform the ceremony. Any old fashion republican in Hen- derson will take the job free of charge. With the Alexandria and Tyler railroad and a few more factories Henderson will furnish a market for everything the soil will produce. This country when developed, will be the richest section...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 28 November 1889

-f •#' i « weekl y Times. HENDERSON ,.TEXAS ^ 1 Thursday, November 2t ' LOCAL AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to take new subscriptions and renewals to Thb Times: Postmaster, Tatum, Postmaster, Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. J. Farris, Lawsonville, W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibnhr, Minden, Lee Autrey, New Salem, Jno. Glaze, Pine Hill, Jake YVestfall, Jr., Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, Jas. Harrell, Motley. Watches, clocks and jewelry at! New goods constantly arriving atj Lord's. ! Lord's. A large assortment* of liquors at! An immense amount of liquors at Compton's. Christmas goods cheap at Mims Bros. in abundance 50 .Q You must come and pay up your notes and accounts. J. F. Merritt. Henderson has the poorest hotel jac 'lities of any town of same size • v state. in tht, Co to ^r'm at McMurray's and get a bottle of the celebrated Frazier whis . COURT DIRECTORY. County court convenes on the first Mondays in Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 28 November 1889

m & I Sore An Awful Limb. Mkln eatlrely gone. Fleah a mom *f dlveaie. Leg OimlM- ilcd«Be tliit4m*ue. Condi don bopeleite. Cured by tnii ears Remedies in two month* C'iiredl>y riuticura For three years I was almost crippled With an awful sore leg from my knee down to my ankle; the skin was entirely gone, and the flesh was one mass of disease. Some physicians pronounced it incurable. It had diminished about one third the size of th ® other and I was in a hopeless condition. After trying all kinds of rem- edies and spending hundreds of dollars from which I got no relief whatever, I was persuaded to try your CtrncuBA Rem- Din, and the result} was as'follows: Af- ter three days I noticed a decided change for the better, and at the end of two months I was completely cured. My flesh was purified and the bone (which had been exposed for over, a year) gof sound. The fiesh began to grow, and to- day, and for nearly two years past, my leg is as we 11 as ever it was, sound in every resp«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 December 1889

SUBSCKIBE FOR AND ADVERTISE IX THE TIMES, The Leading Paper in RUSK COUNTY- TltttitS: - $1-50 Plitt TEAU. w7 tfw'lt m- M a I ti M; READ • THE TIMES."" We want The Times to yisit every honsehold in Kusk County and if our friends will show it to their neighbors and ask them to subscribe, this can be accomplished before January 1, 1890. Let each of our present subscribers send in at least one new subscriber. You can do it. The Tikes is one of the best >mocratic papers in East Texas and stands strictly upon its own merits. Try it. ■TOLERANT IN AM, THINGS, NBOTRAL IN NOTHING.' VOLUME XXX HENDERSON- RUSK COUNTY. TEXAS- THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1889- NUMBER 49 « •! I 4 * t - * Inexhaustible Deposits of Iron Ore in Rusk County. |' gullies washed through the superim- 12 or 14 miles in an air line from the j above mentioned, is in a direction ! posed soil- and sand, expose the ore; stinting point above mentioned, south of east from the mam knob of 3rd, in some few places the ore is i There ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 December 1889

i J Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, December '5, 1889. Entered at the postofficc in Henderson, Texas, as secondsclase mail matter. & T. 1EXL2TEB ■ ■ ESITOB. General Webster Flanagan is baying cotton. He was in Crockett last week. Congress met at noon last Mon day. Thomas B. Reed, of Maine, was elected speaker. Many of the republican senators are preparing to make war on Har- rison. The democratic senators will help them. It seems that the Keachi College is financially embarrassed. Infla- tion won't ^o, even in educational institutions. The astrologers predict that dis- tress, panics, fires, and failures in the money markets will occur the latter part of this month. Dur rich counties in West Texas are overwhelmed in debt. The loan agents and the banks have a death- like grip upon them. After all, East Texas, it seems, is in a better condition than the rich prairies. There is no better place than the farm for a boy to graduate from. There he will imbibe, almost uncon- sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 5 December 1889

!*j*Fte^. ~ m r" * i i < <y « * ( -> Weekly Times. H EN UERSON ,TKXAS Thursday. December 5, 1889. LOCAL AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to take new subscriptions and renewals to The Times: Postmaster, Tatum. Postmaster, Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. J. Farris, Lawsonville, W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibuhr, Minden, Lee Antrey, New Salem, Jno. Glaze, Pine Hill, Jake Westfall, Jr., Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, Jas. Harrell, Motley. COUfiT DIRECTORY. County court convenes on the first Mondays in March, June, September and December. The following Thursday is Probate day. District court convenes on the first Mon- days in January and July. The commissioners'court has fixed the following assignment for*holding justices' courts in Busk county: Precinct No. 1, Henderson—Last Mon- day in each month. No. 2, Overton—Tuesday after the 3rd - Monday in each month. No. 3, Harmony Hill—Third Saturday in each month...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 December 1889

_ ■ ■! i SUBSCRIBE FOR AND ADVERTISE IS' THE TIMESj The Leading Paper in RUSK CO UN IY- TKH US: 0160 Phil YKAlt. I IMS. Kb:A1) ' THE frjMfc'S." We want The Times to visit every household in Rusk County and if our friends will show it to their neighbors and ask them to subscribe, this can be accomplished before January 1, 1890. Let each of our present subscribers send in at least one new subscriber. You can doit. The Tikbs is one of the best Democratic papers in East~~Texas tuid stands strictly upon its own merits. Try it. •'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.'* VOLUME XXX ft [5* The boom continues in East Texas. I Five dollars reward will be paid * for the return to Hunt county, in- Lands are entirely too high in the J fused with the principles of honesty, prairies. of a few dozen men who have skipped -• the country without paying their "We need more new, rich, progress-1 debts. They are branded I O U, ive blood in this section. though the brands may not be visible • : to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 December 1889

Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, Dkcembeb 12, 1889. Entered at the postofflcc in Henderson, Texas, as secondsclass mail matter. 1CL1TEE ■ ■ EDITOBi AT The Death of Ex-Presi- dent Jefferson Davis. a stormy life ended quietly and peace- ably at new or- leans. Mftrirg of Respect and Love Shown by the Peopl e of the Southern States. Comments of the Press, North and South, on the Demise of the Great Southern Leader. The Shining Mark of Sectional Bitterness Will Find Rest Over the River Under the Trees. sudden, though expected. New Orleans, La., Dec. 6.—Hon. Jefferson Davis died suddenly at 12:45 this morning. He had been steadily improving for the past four days, and his physicians announced that they were entirely satisfied with his condition. His appetite had im- proved somewhat, and he was free from fever, and those who had access to the sick-room rejoiced over the favorable change. He rested quietly throughout the day, and the afternoon bulletin yesterday was to the effect t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 December 1889

Weekly Times. HENDERSON .TEXAS Thursday, December 12, 1889. local agents. The following gentlemen are authorized to take new subscriptions and renewals to THE TUCKJ: Postmastej, Tatum, Postmaster, Overton, • Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. J. Farris, Lawsonville, W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibuhr, Minden, Lee Antrey, New Salem, Jno. Olaze, Pine Hill, Jake VVestfall, Jr.,Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, * ' Jas. Harrell, Motley. court directory. County court convenes on the first Mondays in March, June, September and December. The following Thursday is Probate day. District court convenes on the first Mon- davs in January and July. The commissioners'court has fixed the following assignment for holding justices' courts in Busk county: Precinct No 1, Henderson—Last Mon- day in each month. No. 2, Overton—Tuesday after the 3rd Monday in each month. No. 3, Harmony Hill—Third Saturday in each month. No. 4, Mt. Enterprise—Thursday before the 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 12 December 1889

SgpecariteSBSSl Baby one ^olid Hash, vkict, painful, blotched, ma- liciouat. No rest l y day, no peace tor night. octo« nd all Kemedlew tailed. 1 ned t'nflcora. KITcct Mflrvcloui. JUared hi life. C uredby Huticura Our oldest child now six years of age, when an infant six months old was at- tacked with a virulent, malignant skin disease. All ordinary remedies failing, we called onr family physician, who at- tempted to cure it; but it spread with al- most incredible rapidity, until the lower portion of the little fellow's person, from the'middle of his back down to his knees, was one solid rash, ugly, painful, blotched and malicious. We had no rest at night, no peace by day. Finally we were ad- vised to try Cutictjba Remedies.- The effect was simply marvelous. In three or four months a complete cure was wrought, leaving the little fellow's skin as white and healthy as though he had never been at- tacked. In my opinion your valuable remedies saved his life, anil to-day he is a strong, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 December 1889

3CSSS subsckibe for and ADVERTISE IS THE TIMES,! The Leading Paper in RUSK COUNTY-! ''HUMS: $150 Phil YKAH. —kEAb im T!MES.u—I We want Thk Times to visit every household in Rnsk County and if our friends will show it to their neighbors and ask them to subscribe, this can be accomplished before January 1, 1890. Let each of our present subscribers send in at least one new subscriber. You can do it. Thk Tikes is one of the best Texas and Try Democratic papers in East stands strictly upon its own merits, it. •'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME XXX Don't forget that your farm your factory. Now is tlie time to commence t!! great work of economy. All iorth of business ought to id in perfect condition by tliis time c \ the year. Horses and mules that are fed on corn strictly through the wintoii' are liable to die in the spring. * 1 Make one acre next year prod tic as ma«h as two did this year f be dQJIJJ InsUncW hcmderson. rusk county, texas- Thursday, December 19,1889- NU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 December 1889

L % m 4 j 1 Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, December 19, 1889. Entered at the postoglcc in Henderson, Texas, as aecondsclaM mail matter. B. T. HXLNBE - ■ EDITOR. ^ National aid for education and 'Federal control of the elections is the doctrine of Ah-ben, the small hypocrite that now occupies the White House. Don't do anything during the Holidays that you will regret during the other days. That Ah-ben wrote that message goes without a doubt. Nobody else in America would claim it. At Christmas play, and make good cheer, For Christmas comes but once a year. . —Tusser. • The observing man finds some- thing m every issue of his weekly paper well worth its subscription price. We would about as soon that the World's Fair be held in (Chicago as in any other part of that territory under the supervision of his Satanic majesty. When the present congress does' anything worthy the attention of intelligent and patriotic people The Tisjeb will publish it. "Be merry all, be merry all, Wi...

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