The Henderson Times. (Henderson, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1889 Page: 3 of 3
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H BN UERSON ,TEX AS
Thursday, Dbcembee 19, 1889.
Th® following gentlemen are authorized
to take new subscriptions and renewals to
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."
County court convenes on the first
Mondays in March, June, September and
December. The following Thursday is
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 before
the 4th Saturday in each month.
No. 5, Glenfawn—Friday before the 4th
Saturday in each month. s
Nb. C, New Salem—4th 1 <ihay in each
No. 7, Pine Hill—Friday before the 3rd
Saturday in each month.
No. 8, Belleview—1st Satur&v in each
Hurrah for Henderson!
Take The Times for 1890.
Christmas presents at Lord's.
Owe no man anything.—St. Paul.
You will need ThE Times during
The farmers are going to have a
The Times will not appear next
Now is the time to improve your
Get your Christmas liquors at
lie sure yon call at Compton's and
price his geods.
Compton's motto is Low Prices
and Straight Goods.
Carloads of sash, doors, blinds and
fufniture nt Burnett's.
Mrs. Wasson of Trinity, is yisit-
ing relatives in the city.
Mr. Q. S. Carlton, of Hillsboro, is
visiting his parents in this city.
Every man's" businesa ought to be
put in good shape by Christmas.
Gen. Webster Flanagan was visit-
ing his family here last Sunday.
Compton wants to see you before
yon buy your Christmas liquors.
Set out trees about your places.
It won't cost you bnt very little.
Go to Jones & Cushman for nil
kinds oif staple and fancy groceries.
We wish each and every one a mer-
ry Christmas and a happy New Year.
Quite a number of farmers will
plant ribbon cane extensively next
Secure your tickets at L. L. Lacey
& Co.'s for Criss Cross on Saturday
Leave your orders at the City
Meat Market for your Christinas ous-
Leave your orders at Jones &
Cnshma.i's for your Christmas sup-
Compton says he is selling all
sorts of liquors cheaper than the
Marwilsky will give you special
bargains on all sorts of liquors for
Several Hendersonians went to
Overton last Monday night to officiate
in a lodge meeting.
Mr. Teller is fixing up his place
in an enterprising manner. He is
one of our best citizens.
That beautiful furniture at Mr.
Burnett's is going by the wholesale.
The people are delighted with it.
The very best and cheapest Christ-
inas liquors to be found in the mar-
ket, at N. L Marwilsky's.
Jack Upton, colored, died in this
city last Sunday. Jack was highly
respected by both white and black.
We are quite anxious for all to pay
us up before X-mas.
Dotson & Norveix.
Stock lor Sale.
Horses and mules for sale. Apply
immediately to J. F. Mkrritt.
If you want cheap and pure whis-
key for Christmas don't fail t call on
me. I. T. Yates.
Ciiss Cross at the Opera House
At Mims Bros.
Everbody gets their fine whiskey
from Isaac Yates.
All sorts of Christmas liquors at
N. L. Marwilsky's.
Alcohol and whiskey at 75 cents
per quart at Isaac Yates.
The rush is to N. L. Marwilsky's
to get Holiday liquors.
Cheap at Mims Bros.
Criss Cross Saturday night. Se-
cure your tickets early.
Go to the Saddle Shop for Christ-
mas saddles and harness.
Pretty dolls at Mims Bros.
This is your last chance to get your
1881 whiskey at I. T. Yates.
McMurray is in the ring with a
nice stock of Xnias. liquors.
CANDIES 7" '
Of all kinds at Mims Bros.
Best Sour Mash, mild and pleasant,
only $2 per gallon, at Marwilsky's.
"Rran and hay at bottom figures at
Receiving new . goods constantly at
We sell Christmas Goods cheaper
than others Mims Bros.
Go to the Opera House on Saturday
night and enjoy a pleasant evening.
Mrs. Lucy Lines, of Malano, was
in the city this week visiting relatives.
The rush now is to see that beau-
tiful stock of furniture at Mr. Burn-
Jones & Cushman have just re-
ceived a splendid stock of Holiday
By seeing Mims Bros, for Christ-
Some of our progressive farmers
are plowing their farms preparatory
for another crop.
'lhe oldest inhabitant never saw
such beautiful and cheap furniture
as that at Mr. Burnett's.
All parties having land for sale
situated within two* miles of Hender-
son will please report to this office.
Next Saturday is Mr. Anthony's
last day in Henderson, so if you want
your picture taken now is the time.
I will give special bargains on the
best liquors in the market.
N. L. Marwilsky.
Mrs. Stevens, Misses Annie Brad-
ford and Came Scott, of Overton,
were visiting friends in the city last
Mrs. E. J. Bateman of Jacksonville
is visiting relatives and friends in the
city. She will spend the holiday's
Come around to The Times office
during the Holidays. We have made
special arrangements for all who
wish to settle up.
Remember that taxes must be paid
by the first of January. It is a pity
that all other debts are not paid as
punctually; but they are not.
During the Holidays remember
tlie poor The Bible says we have
them with ug always. "He is truly-
great t.iat is great in charity."
A horrible death—died of catarrh—
when one bottle of Thurmond's Ca-
tarrh Cure would have cured him.
Sold by Hightower & Cameron.
We "nave several small balances,
bought since settlement. Please
come and pay them before X-mas.
Dotson & Norvell.
The farmers in Rusk county are in
advance of the farmers in any other
section in Eas tTexas, according to
official reports, and they can get up a
fair that will be a dandy, and they
should not fonret it.
To enjoy life like other men take
Thurmond's Lone Stiu; Blood Syrup
for all blood poisons, constipation,
loss of appefite and energy. Finest
alterative on the market. For salebv
Hierhtower & Cameron.
R. L. .Crim at McMurray's will
sell you better liquor for less money
than any other man in East Texas.
There is much life in the old land
yet. We hear of weddings, Christ-
mas trees and turkeys in abundance.
No trouble to sell that furniture
at Mr. Burnett's. Its rare beauty
and low price are sufficient recom-
OIK1 VERY DrCSCRIPT ON,
And the Cheapest in Town.
Cotton still comes to Henderson,
notwithstanding the old, old report
that it was all marketed long ago.
The Times has been requested to
announce that there will be a Christ-
mas' tree at New Salem Christmas
Builders, Take Notice.
Mr. Burnett has received a carload
of sash, doors and blinds, and other
Our citizens must get up and sliaice
themselves. We need more houses
to mee,t the demands of parties who
have come here to liye.
The most remarkable cures of
scrofula on record have been accom-
plished by Hood's Sarsapanlla. Try
it. Sold by all druggists.
Another lot of those fine Christ-
mas presents, to go with each can
of the Double Eagle baking powders,
just arrived at, Gus. Meyer's.
The Times will continue to promul-
gate the doctrine of economy, self-
reliance, independence, true democ-
racy and general prosperity. Take it
Thousands of "our best citizen's
j raise Thmmond's Catarrh and Blood
Syrup, for these remedies cured them
when every thing else failed. Sold
by Hightcwer & Cameron.
The alcalde of Overton, Col. Spinks,
noted also for his benevolence and
charity, was in Henderson last Mon-
day attending county court and shak-
ing hands with his friends. ,
My barber has arrived and is now
ready to accommodate any one want-
ing a first-class shave or hair cut.
I. T. Yates.
The people are quick to find where
they can get the best and cheapest
of everything they need. They are
going in droves to Mr. Burnett's for
Henderson was never on such a
boom. There is not a vacant house
to be had in the place and parties
arc here wan'tins; to rent. We must
have more houses.
Why is it that The Times fails to
reach its various post-offices in due
season? We neyer fail to get it oif
in time, but complaints reach us
from Pirtle and other points.
Those needing hats or millinery
goods of any kind should call this
week as I will be away for some time
during Christmas week.
Mrs. E. J. Oliver
Sterling Mims is at the same old
stand, and extends through The
Times his sincere thanks to those who
have paid him up, and wishes for all
a merry Christmas and a Happy New
Henderson needs more residences.
Parties are here now trying to rent
and there is not a vacant house in
town. Why don't some of our capi-
talists go to work and put up more
Rev. J. S. Mathis has been re-
turned to Henderson and Elder
Smith will remain in charge of the
same district. This is eminently
satisfactory to their charges.
We expected to say more about
Pettey's immense stock of Holiday
goods, but find language inadequate
to do the subject justice, so you wili
have to go and see for yourselves.
During my absence parties wishing
anything in my line can be accommo-
dated by calling on Hightower &
Cameron at their drug store.
Mrs. E. J. Oliver.
Chill and Fe
ver King. A never failing cure for
Chills and Fever, Biliousness, Slow
Fever, Chronic Chills, and every
malarial ailment. Safe! Sure! Pos-
itive! The friend of al classes, be-
cause it savos lioavy doctor's bills,
and restores health. Try it. No
cure—No Pay! Warranted by your
druggist, F. \V. Pettey.
The Times takes especial pleasure
in calling the attention of the entire
people to that large stock of beauti-
ful and cheap furniture at Mr. Burn-
ett's—every purchaser goes away
from there perfectly delighted with
Situated in Overton, one store,
frame building, one dwelling house,
4 rooms, good orchard, good • well of
water, one acre land, good lot and
barn. Apply at Times office.
I will exchange apple trees for
corn, syrup and other produce, and
will pay highest market price for
same. Trees $8 per hundred. My
trees are grafted on No. one seed-
lings. J. M. Rosson.
Kilgore, Texas, 2t
Mays & Hardeman are now clos-
ing out their immense stock in a
rush, and parties who 'haye not
made their purchases of dry goods
and clothing should come at once.
Their sales have been pre-eminently
satisfactory, and while Mr. Harde- j
deman goes out on the first of Janu-
ary, his place, will be supplied by
Mr. Harris, one of the best mer-
chants in East Texas. The Times
predicts continued prosperity for
this popular firm.
To the members of Pirtle Alliance:
As there was no meeting of Pirtle
alliance the second Saturday in De-
cember, the regular day, there will
be a meeting Dec. 28th at 2 o'clock
p. m., sharp. All are requested to
attend and come prepared to settle
back dues, laying aside all malice
and selfish ambition, adhering strict-
ly to Alliance principles.
J. II. Leath, President.
W. D. Moore, Secretary.
The people are availing them-
selves of the opportunity to buy the
prettiest and cheapest furniture ever
brought to this market—we have
reference to that large stock at Mr.
Burnett's. Nothing was ever seen
like it before in this market. It is
The following is the list of grand
jurors for January term of District
Court: J. H. Price, G. W. Duncan,
J. E. Strickland, J. H. Brown, A. J.
Leach, J. E. Adams, J. B. Langhorn,
R. L. Ballenger, G. W, Sanders, W.
J. Garrison, B. JL Bateman, Ben
Birdwell, H. M. McKnight, J. J. Con-
ner, A. B. Turner, Charles Stewart.
Mr. J. S. Hardeman withdraws
from the firm of Mays & Hardeman
on the first of January, and Mr.
Homer Harris, of Harmony Hill,
takes his place. Mr. Harris is one
of the best business men in the coun-
ty, and as a citizen he is without a
peer. Mr. Hardeman will travel for
one of the leading firms in St. Louis.
Th* Times will have much to say
to the public next year. It is in
splendid talking order, an 1 wants to
increase its audience.
The farmers of Rusk county are
coming to the front in a manner that
means business. Let them get up a
fair and run it to suit themselves,
aud they should receive aid from all
who belieye in general prosperity.
Ladies who suffer from those
dreadful irregularities peculiar to
their sex, will find in Thurmond's
Blood Syrup the greatest boon that
science ever gave to suffering humani-
ty. Sold by Hightower & Cameron.
Some of our customers have not
paid their accounts yet. It is time,
that this was done, aud this is to give
notice to all such that they must call
at once and attend to this matter and
save trouble, and we mean just what
we say. Mays & Hard em as.
At L. L Lacey & Co.'s you
w It find Drugs of every Kind.
Drugg st sundries to please
you. Oils. Holiday Goods
to suit the most fastidious.
School books at St, Louis
prices. Lamp and fixtures,
all varieties, which you are
invite I to price before buying
On last Friday night the Hender-:
so#Dramatic Club played "Jedediah
Judkins, Jr.," to a very good house.
The play was well cast and each and
every member, it seemed, were at
tfceir very best. The play was one
of the best that the Club has ever
presented, and we can truly say that
they never played any that was en-
joyed by their audience more than
this one. We would like to give
each one of the cast especial notice
but space forbids. The music on
this occasion was furnished by Misses
Mollie Perkins and Ada Stone and
was as fine as we ever listened to.
After the play the young ladies and
gentlemen enjoyed themselves danc-
ing until about the hour of 12.
A BKRIOCS BLUNDER.
Mr. Jesse Watkins and Miss Annie
Brown were married last Monday
night at the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. Richard Brown. Mr,
Watkins is one of the leading citizens
of Nacogdoches county—a member of
one of the oldest and most respected
families in East Texas. His bride is
a daughter also a family renowned in
the history of Texas, her father being
one of the fortunate as well as un-
fortunate, Mier prisoners. She is a
most excellent young lady, possess-
ing in an eminent degree those traits
characteristic of a pure, good wife.
The Times extends its congratulations,
and with an unqualified sincerity
wishes for them a career of happiness
and prosperity commensurate with
Overstocked on Flour.
I am overstocked on flour and must
sell the same, so call around and se-
cure bargains. Gus. Meyer.
Every person who needs any sort
of furniture should go to Mr. Bur-
nett's, where there is one of the
largest, prettiest and cheapest stocks
ever seen in East Texas.
All notes or acconnts not settled
by January 1st will be placed in the
hands of an attorney for collection.
W. L. McMurray.
A great many farmers made short
crops this year—a great many made
excellent crops. Some merchants
have made money this year—some
have made assignments. Such is life.
Mr. G. A Meadows, living near
Kilgore, raised, this season, 553 gal-
lons of ribbon cane syrup on one acre
of land. How is that for sweetness?
At ten cents per gallon that beats
Merchants, Look! Look!!!
We have enough nice, clean old
papers at this office to wrap up a
THOUSAND DOLLARS worth of
Christmas Goods. Send in your or-
ders quick—they are going at COST.
Fat negroes and poor horses are
very common combinations in this
country. The negro is reasonably
well fed and is in a condition of per-
fect rest and ease, while the horse is
poorly fed and worked almost unto
Christmas will be lively in Hen-
derson. The Baptists, Methodists
and Presbyterians will join in a
Christmas tree jubilee. Anthems
will be sung, and a joyful time is
anticipated, especially by the little
boys and girls.
To our Customers and Friends
We thank you kindly for your
promptness in paying us and for the
confidence you have reposed in us by
giving us a liberal patronage. May
you one and all have a merry Christ-
mas and a prosperous life. Your
friends, Dotson & Norvell.
We understand that Rev. S. W.
Mitchell proposes to preach a sermon
to his congregation at the Presbyter-
ian church ii> Henderson, on next
Sabbath, 22nd inst in relation to the
proper celebration of the birth day of
our Lord Jesus Christ, and at 3
o'clock, p. m. of the same day, and at
the same place, he proposes to preach
a Christmas sermon to all the chil-
dren and young people of the ,town
who may be. pleased to attend. All
are cordially invited.
When it is taken into considera-
tion the fact that Whiskey is used
largely by those who seek its medi-
cinal benefits, the Purity and merits
of the Whiskies sold, becomes a
question of great importance.
I. W-Harper's HeisonGo. Whisky
has been before the public for many
years, its Purity is not only guaran-
teed by the Distiller, but is com-
mented on by a great number of the
most eminent Physicians in the
Sold by W. H. Compton, Sole
Agent for Henderson, Tex.
Cut This out
Pettey, and get a bottle of CUBAN
CIIILL TONIC, if you have Chills
or Fever of any description. It will
cure you! Remember CUBAN
CHILL TONIC is guaranteed to
cure you, if you will take it accord-
ing to directions. Thousands of
people have used CUBAN CHILL
TONIC, and pronounce it the very
best Chill and Fever medicine in the
world. CUBAN CHILL TONIC is
cheap and is in the reach of the
poorest man or woman. Try CU-
BAN CIIILL TONIC
A. Ladr Nearly Proatrated br a Patent
A Udy well-known in tha Western Addition
has been a (treat sufferer for years with indiges-
tion and dyspepsia. Struck with the testimo-
nials praising Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla, she
sent (or a bottle. The druggist, not haying it,
talked them into taking another sarsaparilla
As the leading sarsaparlllas use mineral blood
purifiers, the effcct of the emptying of iodide
of potash Into a stomach already distressingly
delicate was disastrous, almost prostrating her
before the mistake was rectified. She then
called upon Mrs. Fowler, of 327 Ellis street
whose name was among those cured by Joy's
Vegetable Sarsaparilla. Mrs. Fowler said it was
true that it had cured her. Again reassured,
tha vegetable compound was sent for and
gotten. The gentle action of its vegetable
stimulants upon the liver, kidneys and diges-
tive organs, and its warm stomach tonics, were
the very things needed, and she began Improv-
ing and was her old self within a fortnight
This sounds like fiction, but the names can b#
given If necessary.—Son FraneUeo Sxamitttr.
The Henderson Pottery.
The large Pottery now being
erected near the depot by Mr. Daw-
son will be completed by the 1st of
February. This factory will give
employment to quite a number of
hands, ^d will be the means of de-
veloping other resources peculiar to
this section. It will consume 1200
cords of wood annually, th us fur-
nishing a market for the great
amount of timber near Henderson
which is useless except for fuel. It
will be a paying concern from the
very beginning and will be the
means of distributing many thou-
sands of dollars annually among our
people. Henderson needs more en-
terprises that will develop our re-
sources and bring money heie.
The following is the list of petit
jurors for first week of January term
of District Court: J. N. Birdwell, J.
A. Livesy, T. B. Curbo, J. H. Harper,
C. C. Price, W. L. 'Arnold, C. L.
McCorkle, W. J. Spence, G. W. Bird,
J. T. Scoggins, C. R. McDonough,
Harrison Ray, T. W. Ballenger, R. M.
Barton, C. W, Adams, P. B. Craig, L.
B. Rowland, M. B. Barksdale, S. H.
Cooper, I. P. Windle, W. J. Jarrell,
L. J. McKniglit, J. B. Branch, J.
Aleck Jones, W. W. Thompson, J. T.
Pinkston, F. S. Anderson, J. M.
Blakely, A. P. Adams.
McElree'ff Wine of Cardul
and ™^I2!121£_aLACK"D',AUCHT are
for sale by the folio wing merchants in
M. C. Belk & Son, Olenfawn,
F. W. Pettey, Henderson,
L. L. Lacey & Co., '*
Mims Bros., "
Hightower & Cameron, H enderson
E. B. Hamlett, Lawsonvill*?/
Dr. H. J. Jarrell, Minden,
R. M. Moon, New Salem,
J. R. Irion, Overton;
J. B. Mayfield, "
J. W. Wood & Son, Pirtle.
White & Harris, Pirtle,
Homer Harris, Harmony Hill.
Overall Mineral Wellsr
The Best Mineral Water
Known in the World-
It is the only water that is insured
to cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Bil-
iousness, General Debility, Kidney
Troubles, Chromic Diarrhea, Piles,
Sick or Nervous Headache, Inflamma-
tory Chronic or Granulated Sore Eyes,
Chronic Sore Throat, Old Chronic
Sores, Scald Head, Tetter Ringworm,
Erysipelas, Eczema, or any Slan Dis-
ease, and is particularly adapted to
many Diseases of Ladies, Ulcers
eithea extern:.] or internal.
I. R. OV : ALL. Proprietor.
Guarantee Acker's Eiood Elixir for it lias
been fully demonstrated to the people of
this country that it is superior to all other
preparations tor blood diseases. It is !t
positive cure for syphilitic poisoning, U1
cers, Eruptions and Pimples. It purifies
the whole system and thoroughly builds
up the constitution. taprll 90
Hightower & Cameron.
DwIiii n Oil:, fails, imislts. Pail Bnsiis, Eit.
PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY.
Compounded with perfect accuracy at all hours,
day or night.
If you suffer from Catarrh, use
Thurmond's Lone Star Catarrh Cure.
It never fails. Sold by Hightower &
The unsolved negro question is
still with us. The only immediate
remedy that we can see for the
amelioration of the negroe's condi-
tion is more work arid economy and
less idleness and worthlessness. The
ne«ro can make a living here if he
will try, but not one out of a hun-
dred is self-supporting. As a race
they seem to exist without design,
without purpose, without method.
There are a few worthy exceptions,
however, to the rule, and they ought
to be encouraged. The one most
conspicuous in our mind's eye just
now is Bill Ballenger. He lives
near Mr. A. B. Turner's; has a good
place, well improved—good cribs,
comfortable stables for his mules
and dry shelters for his cattle. His
mules are fine and fat and his cattlc
are kept in good condition. He
paid several dollars an acre for his
land, but is out of debt and makes
good crops each year. Now, why
can't every negro m this country do
as well as Bill Ballenger? If Bill
can have a good home, with plenty
of the necessaries of life around him,
own fine mules, a good wagon and
plenty of cattle, why can't eyery
other negro in the county?
In the Interest of Women.
Dr. Kilmer's Wonderful Specific
"Olive Branch"—a positive cure for
all female complaints. Sent to any
address on receipt of price—Si.00
per box. One month's treatment—
self-treatment. Consultation free.
Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co.
South Bend. Indiana.
This medicine can be found at the
residence, of Dr. A. D. Tinsley
Mrs. Jennie R. Dickson, Ag't.
The transition from long, lingering and
painful sickness to robust health marks an
epoch in the life of the individual. Such a
remarkable event is treasured in the mem-
ory and the agency whereby the good
health lias been attained is gratefully
blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard
in praise of Electric Bitters. So many
feel they owe their restoration to health to
the use of the Great Alterative and Tonic.
If you are troubled with any disease of
kidneys, liver or stomach, of long or short
standing you' will surely find relief by use
of Electric Bitters. Sold at 50e and $1
per bottle at Hightower & Cameron's drug
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This wonderful Liniment is known from the Atlantic
to the Pacific and from the Lakes to the Gulf. It is
the most penetrating Liniment in the world. It will
cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts,
Wounds, Old Sores, Burns, Sciatica, Sore Throat,
Sore Ghest and all inflammation, after all others have
failed. It will cure Barbed Wire Cuts and heal all
wounds where proud flesh has set in.^ It is equally
efficient for animals: Try it and you will notbe with-
out it. Price 50 cents.
Sold by Hightower Cameron-
Our motto has always been,
and will continue to be,
JUSTICE TO ALL.
We keep everything usually found in a first-class
ALL KINDS OF PATEN \ IViLpIClNES, REGULATORS
TONICS, ITCH Cwtro.Tiv'M E REGULATORS,
CONSUMPTION CURES, C0TJ3S.MEDiei2SrES. Etc., Etc., Etc.
"We have on hand the largest and best assortment of X-mas goods ever
brought to this market, consisting of dolls, toys of every description, ap-
ples, oranges, candies and fire works, which will be sold at the lowest prices.
Everybody is invited to call around and examine our stock.
RESPECTFULLY MIMS BROTHERS.
H. D, LORD,
(Successor to Otto Wmterhalter.)
11 LEADING JEWELER OF KB COIIffl.
toil, GOLD-FILLD, jgb CLOCKS
SILVER & • |^|||| OP ALL
$1.50 CP TO $30.00
THE BEST LINE OP
SPECTACLES A N D
The Largest and Most JM;
Complete Line of -?$}■£
Bracelets and %:flll
Agent For The Genuine ROGER BROS
SILVER SPOONS AND FORKS.
My experience of 25 years in factory and workshop enables me to do
repairs on watches and jewelry in the most approved and scien-
tific manner at LOW PRICES AND GUARANTEE
TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
E D. LOUD,
Their Business Booming.
Prooably no one thing has caused such a
revival of trade at Hightower & Cameron's
Drug Store as the satisfaction given by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump-
tion. Their trade is simply enormous in
this very valuable article from the fact
that it always cures and never disappoints.
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Croup, and all throat and lung diseases
quickly cured. Large size $1. Every
b ottle warranted.
gjcElree^WIN^lF^ARDUnor female diseases
And always have a bottle of Acker's En-,
glisli Remedy in the house You cannot
tell how soon croup may strike your little
one, or a cold or a cough may fasten it-
self upon you. One dose is a preventive
and a few doses a positive cure. All
Throat and Luna, troubles yield to its
treatment. A sample bottle is given you
tree and the Remedy guaranteed by High-
tower and Cameron. taprll 90
JPqP'BLACK-DRAUQHT tea cures Constipation.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes—Dear Sir: I
have thoroughly tested the glasses
you adjusted to my eyes some time
ago, and find them to be unsurpassed
in clearness and brilliancy. In fact
they are the best glasses I have ever
used. W. D. Bloxiiam,
Ex-Governor of Florida.
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed at the
drug store of Hightower & Cameron in
Henderson, where an immense stock of
these spectacles can be found and adapted
to all conditions of the eve.
"ry BLACK-DRAUGHT tea for Dyspepsia.
When you are sick von want to
get well, don't you? Then try CU-
BAN CHILL TONIC. It cures
Chills and Foyers of every type,
from the shaking agues of the North
and West, to the i aging fevers of
the torrid climate. It is the same,
health restoring medicine sold and
guaranteed by F. W. Pettey.
A i IJTV TO YOURSELF.
It is surprising that people will use a
commoD. ordinary pill when they can se-
cure a valuable English one tor the same
money. Dr. Acker's English pills are a
positive cure for sick-headache and all
liver troubles. They are small, sweet,
easily taken and do not gripe. taprll 90
Sold by Hightower cp Cameron.
Caddo Mills, Tex., April 2, 1888
—"I have taken two bottles of Dans-
by's Cotton Patch Bitters and I am
proud to say that 1 am greatly bene-
fitted by the use of them. I have
not been able to work for two years,
but since I took the first bottle of
these Bitters I can do very good
work. I have piles, fistula and my
kidneys were affected. My urine
was thick, white and sometimes
bloody. My back does not hurt
now and my urine has cleared up. I
heartily recommend them to all suf-
fering with kidney complaint."—A.
R. Sherrill. While the rest of the
system is being put into health and
vigorous activity by this wonderful
compound, the latest and best kid-
ney remedy known to the science of
medicine, is at work on that organ,
and, with such great odds in its fa-
vor, a complete cure will be effected
if medicine can do it. Sold by L.
L. Lacey & Co.
<6T"WINE Of CARDUI. a Tonic lor Women.
Subcribe for the TIMES
HIGHTOWER 0* CAMERON,
Dris, Oils, Paints
P U RPOSE8.
i, wiaiuuliui j |
Lamp Fixtur es
Prescript! o n
pounded at ALL
HOURS, DAY or
We respectfully invite tlie patronage of our
friends and tlie public generally, with the assur-
We Will at all Tiies Keen tie Best aid Mast Drags!
and st dy to please those who favor s with a
HIGHTOWER & CAMERON,
South Street. Henderson, Texas.
C. HI Tl\
Moss, mm, Bum,
Ornamental and Plain Moulding,
Window Glass of' all Sizes,
LOCKS, BUTTS, SCREWS,
! #> X 'U!1
COFFINS and UNDERTAKERS HARDWARE.
Undertaking a Soeciallv!
Dry Goods, Notions, ReaMe ClotMi, Boots & Shoos,
Gents' Furnishing Goods;
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
GROCERIES, BOTH STAPLE AND FANCY;
HE KEEPS A LARGE SUPPLY OF ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH OR DRESSED LUMBER,
Shingles, Etc., Etc., Etc.
* S5TAlways make it a point to call on me and price my goods when you are in the
ity; as I will make it to your interest to do so. iiespectfully,
Nortli Side Public Spuare, Henderson, Texas
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Milner, R. T. The Henderson Times. (Henderson, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1889, newspaper, December 19, 1889; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth235292/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.