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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 19 December 1889

—— < Weekly Times. H BN UERSON ,TEX AS Thursday, Dbcembee 19, 1889. LOCAL AGENTS. Th® following gentlemen are authorized to take new subscriptions and renewals to ThxTdos: Postmaster, Tatum, Postmaster, Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postmaster, Stevens, J. C. Leath, Pirtle, E. J. Parris, 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." 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- 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. a. Harmony HiU—Third Saturday in each month. , No. 4, Mt. Enterprise— Thursday befo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 January 1890

m- ■ FJR- •"3s H g£x <? BOMr:. u-"* V ■I * t V V =, 1 SUBSCRIBE FOR AND Wkcruc /jr THE TIMES,! The Loading Paper in RUSK COUNTY-1 E < /f 1>. ' '••>• .£* . #•' TKUHS: -%U0 Pblt Y ft All. MEAD "THE TIMES." We want The Tdub to visit every household in Busk 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. Yon can do it. Thk Tikes is one of the best Democratic papers in East Texas and stands strictly upon its own merits. Try it. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME X XXI HENDERSON. RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY< JANUARY 9, 4890- NUMBER 2 MBMfeEBS OF COKORES8. A Brief Sketch of the History of Each One. Washington, Dec. 25.—The Con- gressional Record, which contains a brief sketch of the history of each • member of Congress, gives some in- formation which will prove very in- teresting for the boys. It wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 January 1890

t-mn —. > Mr, mn "." % ■ st • i" kly Times. ^iSDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, Jahuaby 9,1890. Xnterei at the postofScc in Hendenon, Texas, u aecondsclaas mail matter. B.T. M2LN2B - - SDZTOB C'eanfill baa joined the Baptist church and gone to preaching, but what has become of his favorite, Marion Martin? The article that appeared in The Tikes last week under the head, en- titled "That Petition," should have been credited to the Marshall Mes- senger. New Birmingham continues to flourish. The material for the furnace is on hand, and in a few weeks the hills thereaboat will re- verberate with music as the rocks turn to iron. The Corsicana Exponent and Prof. Alexander Hogg are in favor of the Blair educational bill. As a gentleman and scholar Prof. Hogg is allanght, but as a statesman he is inferior to deoapcrats. And so John L. Sullivan is to go to California to hght the negro pugilist. Well, Sullivan has at last found his level.—Austin Globe. By the tune that "nigger" gets through with.hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 January 1890

Weekly Times. HKNUEKSON.TKX.VS Tiiukhoay. Januaey 9. 1890. LOCAL AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to t*k« new subscriptions and renewal! to Till Timcm: Postiu* ter, Tittuui, PostuuMtt.-r. Overton, Postmaster, Monroe, Postiuiwti T, Stevens, J. C. Leatb, Pirtle, E. J. Farris, Lawsonville, W. D. Arnold, Minden, Jno. P. Neibnbr, Minden, Lee Antrey, New Salem, Jno. Glaze, Pine Hill, Jake VV est fall, Jr., Mt. Enterprise, Homer Harris, Harmony Hill, Jaa. 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- days in January and July. The commissioners' court has fixed th s following assignment for holding justioes oourts in Busk county: « Precinct No I, Henderson—Last Mon- day in each month. No. 3, Overton—Tuesday after the 3rd Monday in each month. No. 3, Harmony Hill—Third Saturday in each month. No. 4, Mt. Enterprise—Thursday befor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 9 January 1890

>, - * .5 1 7 • « 11^ / / Scratched £?S Years, ■tody covered wlih*«*le . Itcli" tag terrible. Sneering e«d le M. ,-%o relief. Woftor# Bid medicine* <"*11. fcpeedilj cured by C'nticnra at a cost of Pi re dollars. « ui*etll>y r uticura If I had known of the Ctjticuba Rem- edies twenty-eight years ago it would have saved me $200.00 (two hundred dollars,) and an immense amount of suffering. My disease (psoriasis) commenced on my head in a spot not larger than a cent. It spread rapidly over my body and got un- der my nails. The scales would drop off of me nil the time, and my suffering was endless and without relief. One thous- end dollars would not tempt me to have this disease over again. I am a poor man, but feel rich to be relieved of what some of the doctors said was leprosy, some ringworm, psoriasis, etc. I took and Sarsaparillas over one year and a half, but no cure. I went to two or three doc- tors, and no cure. I cannot praise the CuticubaRemedihh too much. They have ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 January 1890

" ?tr % SUJiHCHIBE FOR AND' j ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES,! Tho Leading Paper in RUSK COUNTY- TKRMS: -$1.50 PhR YEAR. mdmon imes. —MAbi Vm TTMltkJ* We want The Tmjta to Tint 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. Tou can do it. Thb Twes is one of the best Democratic papers in East Texas and stands strictly upon its own merits. Try it. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME XXXI HENDERSON. RUSK COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY JANUARY 16,1890- NUMBER 3 Memorial to Jefferson Davis. bt fawni® gpiar tottng. Behold! a stricken nation weeps! As bows The bulrush in a storm, a g'.an t bows To lliee, oh mighty death! ! how can we Pay tribute unto him, immortal'?* 1 As purity's own statesman, va.«>: 's own True warrior, and loftiest type of iu.,n. As man to man was made to be. We see Him, young and fu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 January 1890

Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, Januaby 16, 1890. Knterei at the postofflcc in Henderson, Texas, as secondsclass mail matter. B. T. HXLNZB - - EDITOE MM—————— Come right now to East Texas while you can get lands cheap. Nkw England is more in harmony with the democratic idea of tariff re form than is the West. JUDGE BOOTY. The Shreveport Caucasian speaking in reference to the petition asking Judge Booty to resign says: to the people of rusk county. Prepare for our correspondent! Make ready for his coming! He is "Judge Booty has always stood I authorized to make any sort of settle- : very high in the estimation of the ment that he may propose. He is people of Eastern Texas both for his , ,, . , , v , . , legal ability and high personal char-1 ds° ai#°nzed to recede and receipt acter." subscnptions to The Times, and we And justly has he enjoyed the es- hoPe for tllfi good of the paper, the teem and confidence of the people of PeoPle and this section of the country Eastern Tex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 January 1890

Weekly Times. H EN L)E RSON ,TEXA S Thursday, January 16, 1890. LOCAL NEWS. Plow deep. The best liquor at ComptonV Now is the time to work with a vim. Mr. Tom PeLamar has moved to Henderson. The man with the plow is heard in the land. The prospect for a fruit crop is all right so far. Judge Field, of Center, is here at- tending court. The farmers are in earnest about the county fair. The country will still htiye an aliundar.ee of meat.. The best goods—lowest pries, at Jones Cushman's. Henderson has four schools in successful operation. Old Kentucky whiskey, the best made, at Com pton's. Seed oats, rye and barley just re ecived at Gus Meyer's. A few hales of cotton are received dailv at Henderson. Mr. Ja'mes Cobb has moved to Washington county. Fine liquors and lots of them chet.p at Compton's. Jones ifc Cushman make a special- ty of family groceries. M . Jack Yates was in the oily last Sunday visiting his mother. Mays & Harris have just received a car load of splendid flour. rin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 16 January 1890

Scratched S8 Y ears. Body covered with acale« . Itch- lBK terrible. end letMt. No relief. , i>o ctorn and medicines fall. Speedily, eared by L'ntlcara at a cost ol | Five dollar*. Cnredby f^uticura J If I had known of the Coticuba kem- miM twenty-eight years ago it would have saved me $200.00 (two hundred dollars,) and an immense amount of suffering. M y disease (psoriasis) commenced on my head in a spot not larger than a cent. It spread rapidly over my body and got un- der my nails. The scales would drop off of me all the time, and my suffering was endless and without relief. One thous- end dollars would not tempt me to have this disease over again. I am a poor man, but feel rich to be relieved of what some of the doctors said was leprosy, some ringworm, psoriasis, etc. I took and Sarsaparillas over one year and a half, but no cure. I went to two or three doc- tors, and no cure. I cannot praise the CuncuBAREMEDrES too much. They have made my skin as clear and free from scales as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 January 1890

SUBSCRIBE FOR AND ADVERTISE IS J *' I £'~ "44 & ! son * The Leading Paper in RUSK COUNTY- TidtUS: -tlHO Phil YKMt Memorial to Henry W. Grady wits. We want Thk Times to visit every honsehold in Rnsk County and if o« 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 Democratic papers in East Texas and stands strictly upon its own merits. Try it. "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." • VOLUME XXXI HENDERSON. RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1890- 1 NUMBER 4 Mind aud heart by fannie spear yocxo. The sun has set at midday. Henry Grady The young, the brilliant, ends his course in one Resplendent outburst. and soul In that last effort speak. Tremonlous as Some fierce, unending quake, tU.u rends and breaks Earth's every part asunder, are his words. The nation hears! And e'er, like echo ton...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 January 1890

tgy f i ' 1/ Weekly Times. HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thttksdat, January 23, 1890. Entered at the postoffice in Henderson, Texas, as secondsclass mail matter. 8.T. MILNER - - EDITOE Tmt rumor is afloat that Judge McCord, of Tyler, is a candidate for congress. Talmage has preached m the Holy Land, and is expected home in February. Ix nearly all the congressional districts in Texas the woods are now full of candidates with eyes pointing in the direction of the nation's cap- ital. The Canton Telephone is for Can- ton and Van Zandt county and don't care who knows it. It is doing a good work for the development of its section. If the citizens along the proposed route of the Alexandria, Tyler and * Northwestern railroad will go to work in earnest the road will be built—that's all there is about it. It takes action to accomplish any thing. Let us be up and doing right now. Thb road question is now being discussed with the ignorance which the editor usually displays on ques- tions he knows nothing a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 23 January 1890

r * t J Weekly Times. HENDERSON ,TEXAS Tiitjksday, January 23, 1890. LOCAL NEWS. Compton keeps the beat. Seed oats at Lena Stone's. "Do you want to bay meat?"| Seed potatoes at Lem Stone's. Ed McAnulty is attending school at Omen. un- Jones & Cushraan will not be dersold. The way to build up a town is to go at it. The best in the & Cushman's. market at Jones Flour at reduced freight rates at Lem Stone's Everything for the table at Jones & Cushman's. Mr. W. M. Hill, of Alexandria, La., is in the city. Buy the Princes Tea—the best in the world. Sold by Doylz & Prick. The blood is the source of health. Keep it pure by taking Hood's Sar- aaparilla, which is peculiar in its cur- ative power. We will make it to your interest to call on us when you want to buy goods for the cash. Noevbll, Dotson & Co. This is the seasou of the year to have your house painted. The paint put on in the winter does not mildew and will last much longer than put on in the summer. The Lyceum T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 February 1890

7 ■■ :< I k « 8UBSCKIBE FOR AND ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES, The Leading Paper- in RUSK COUNTY- TlillMS: -$150 PliR YliAIL mdehm imt%. BEAD "THE TIMES." ' We want The Times to visit every household in Busk -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 Democratic papers in stands strictly upon its own merits, it. East Texas and Try "TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." VOLUME XXXI HENDERSON. RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS- THURSDAY - FEBRUARY 20, 189C- NUMBER 8 The Nacogdoches Chronicle, in a splendid paper, and deserves a lib eral patronage. Much of the surplus will be cir- culated by the census takers. It will require a few millions to perform tbis job. Charlky Culberson is a splendid young man and a good lawyer, but J. M. Moore is better schooled in state-craft. Some generous person w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 February 1890

Weekly Times. * HENDERSON, TEXAS. Thursday, Febbuaby 20,1890. JSnterei at the postoffice in Henderson, Texas, u secondsclass mail matter. B. T. MIL SEE - - EDITOR If congress will reduce the tariff they can adjourn and come home without any action in regard to the world's fair, so far as those who sent them there are concerned. A celebrated physician says that pe-ru-na is all that any one should take for the influenza; but doctors, like lawyers, editors, preachers, and every body else, dif- fer like thunder. The influenza is taking in the whole country. Talmage had it, and perhaps that accounts for its great popularity among many who sneeze whenever that eminent di- vine takes a cold. It m almost out of the question for a public man to conduct himself in such a way as to have no enimies, but while making enimies he cer- tainly ought to do something worthy the friendship of others. Hogg and Throckmorton, the two most prominent candidates for gov- ernor, are both gentlemen and demo- c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 February 1890

an —■'—'■ .. Weekly Times. IIBN DERSON ,TEXAS Tiiuksday. February 20, 1890. LOCAL NEWS. Subscribe for The Times. C.ipt. Maddux is quite sick. Anything you want at Sterling Mims'. Mrs. Weltermark is quite ill this week. New good* Burnett's. arriving tlaily at Mm. F W. Pettey has been very sick for several day. All sorts of fishing tackle at High- tower & Cameron's. Sterling Mims keeps a splendid stock of everything. Call at the Sunny South when yon want pure liquors. Fishing tackle by the wholesale at Hightower & Cameron's. The hest 75-cent whisky in the land at the Sunny South. Mrs. John flickey has lieen quite sick, but is improving now. Mr. Anthony is here this week. He will leave in a few days. Sterling Minis keeps a good stock of groceries and dry goods. Capt C. J. Garrison had a severe attick of the influenza last week. Thk 'Iimks regrets to announce the serious illness of Mrs. Carlton. Snioke the Little "Widow cigar. Doyle & Price. A good second-hand buggy for sale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 20 February 1890

1 /' HOW WEAVERS LIVE. A Description or the Boarding Bonae* Pa- tronized by 91111 OperatlTe . Life in a corporation boarding house hag but few attractions to the more in- telligent factory operatives. When he enters the portals of that place he finds that his personal and individual liberty is considerably abridged. One of the first things that attracts his at- tention, and which the old tramp weaver invariably looks for and ex- pects to see, is a copy of the rules of the house, which ranks next to the rules of the mill in importance. These rules are strictly enforced and the boarder, whether male or female, who refuses to be governed bv them has no hope of industrial salvation there or in any other corporation boarding house. A note to the mill from the boarding house boss is all that is required and the recalcitrant board- er is discharged from his work and must leave the boarding house as well. Discipline is as much a requisite for the good management of the corpora- tion boardin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 February 1890

JBSOKIBE FOR AND ADVERTISE 1\ ! THE TIMES,1 The Leading Paper* in j USK COUNTY- TKltMS: $150 Phil YHA11. ison READ "THE TIMES." * 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 Tikes is one of the best Democratic papers in East Texas and stands strictly upon its own merits. Try it. •'TOLERANT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTIiAL IN NOTHING." 'OLUME XXXI HENDERSON. RUSK COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1890- NUMBER 9 The question is hoing asked if |the iron furnace at New Birniing- (ham is to be turned into a political nterpr.se. The New Birmingham Times and Husk Herald have mentioned the name of-Ool. Blevins in cons-. ;ion with the offie of representative. Me would make a good one. Farmer*, do not plant a mortgage this season. Go bare footed and half naked in prefer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 February 1890

Weekly Times. HEJSDEKSON, TEXAS. Thursday, Febkuaby 27,1890. Entered at the poatofflcc in Henderson, Texas, as secondsclaeu mail matter. b. t. 1hlneb - - editor IIogg has the united support of his home people, and that means a great deal. There is more political power in Tyler than in any other city in Texas. Col. Kilgore will have co come home ere long and look after his fences. All of the Chilton-McCord- Hubbard-Perkins-Duncan talk aint for nothing.—Canton Telephone. Imboden ot the Rusk Herald, has taken the stump and is discussing the issues of the day to the natives of Cherokee county. Editor Edwards, of the New Birmingham Times, ought to meet him, or "invitations to north- ern capital to invest in rocks over there will remain unheeded." Everybody with an indictment hanping over them are in favor of our present jury system.—Stockman and Farmer. The grammar may be a trifle lame, but there's nothing the matter with the sentiment.—Houston Post. Well, isn't it right that a majority ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 February 1890

Weekly Times. liUNDERSON ,TKX > S Wait for Mrs. Oliver's new stock | of millinery goods. They will be | sold cheaper than at any other place ! in East Texas. Thursday. February 21, 1890. LOCAL NEWS. Subscribe for The Times. Mr. Claiborne has one of the finest stocks of dry goods, notions, hats, shoes and family groceries eyer brought to Henderson, and is selling them right down at the lowest fig- ures. Several strangers were m the city this week. Take your wives, sweet-hearts, children and everybody else to En- del Brachfield's where they can be The Alliance store is full of fresh,! supplied with eyery sort of garment or wearing apparel peculiar to the new goods. California Cush man's. oranges at Jones «fc Dr. Neal has returned from the Panhandle. Go to Claiborne's for excellent and cheap goods. human family. Listen to This. The Times wants a correspondent from each postolfice in this section of the State, and in order to get one of- fers the cash. Apply at this office for piu ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Henderson Times — 27 February 1890

mm ) Not a Pimple on Baby. Bskr year old. Bad wllh EcieMa. Hair all goae, Mvalp CtTcrei w ith f rn pilMN. Car- ed bjrC'aticHi'u. Blair wpleudid ■ad not a pimple on Him. C wredby Cuticnra I cannot say enough in praise of the CxmcvBA Remedies. My boy, when u year of age, was so had with eczema that he lost all of his his hair. His scalp was covered with ernptions, which the doc- tors mid was scall-head, and that his hair would never grow again. Despairing of a cure from physicians, I began the use of Cdtxcuba Remedies, and am happy to say. with the most perfect success. His hair ia now splendid, and there is not a pimple on him. I recommend the Cuticuba Bnanres to mothers as the most speedy, economical, and sure cure for all skin dis- eases of infants and children, and feel that every 'mother who has an afflicted child will thank me for doing so. Mbs. M. E. WOODStJM, Norway, Me. PeverSore Eight Years I must extend to you* the thanks of one •f my customers, who has been cured by using ...

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