The Henderson Times. (Henderson, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900 Page: 4 of 4
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tent cough is
at first a
friend, for it
ing of the ap-
proach of a
before it is
too late, be-
f o r e the
doctor says, "Consump-
tion." when the danger
signal first appears, help
nature with M+
Don't delay until your
lungs are sore and your
cold settled down deep
in your chest. Kill the
enemy before the deadly
blow kills you. Cure
your cough today.
One dose brings relief.
A few doses make the
TkfWib«: ikbru mttaarr aid;
1M lk« aoJ
" I consider your Cherry Pectoral
the beit remedy for oolda and
cough* aad all throat affection*.
I hare used It for SO yean aad It
certainly beats them all."
D. R. LcNiarr,
Deo. 30,1888. Union, k. T.
If Ton here any complaint w!
aad desire the beet medical adrteeyou
can poutbly receive, write the doctor
freely. Yon will receive a prompt re-
ply, without coit. Address
Da. J. c. ATEK, Lowell. Mail.
Thursday, November 22, 1900.
Second Class Hail Matter.
They Live In the Past.
The writer continues to run up
against evidence of the astuteness
of a suggestion he has frequently
printed, namely, that with an oc
casional notable exception, the
longer a man has been in Texas
the less he knows about its re
sources, and the less he belieyes in
And a most pathetic spectacle it
is to witness the fruitless efforts of
some of these old timers, than
whom there live no better people,
to run the newer, Greater Texas,
on the old raw-hide, free grass
In an East Texas town a few
days ago, the I. & G. N. newspaper
man was introduced to one of these
old timers, as a man who "can tell
you more about Texas than any-
body—been here eyer since before
the woods was burnt.''
The following dialogue ensued
between this splendid type of the
Texas old timer and the I. & G. N.
newspaper man, the latter starting
the trouble as usual:
"Is this as good a country as it
used to be?"
"Not by a dang sight."
"What's the matter with it
"Why, its got so a feller has to
work fur a livin', and when I fust
come here we didn't have to do
"How did you get it then?"
"Out o' the woods and water.
The woods was full o' game and
the streams was full o' fish."
"What caused this change for
"I dunno, unless it was rail-
roads and immigration."
These old time Texans, with an
occasional notable exception, mind
yoti, are fine old fellows to go fish-
ing with, but when it comes to
sizing up the Texas of today—well,
when they are milked for informa-
tion the foregoing is about what
they may be reasonably expected
to "give down."—Ciaridge in I.
& G. N. Magazine.
A Village Blacksmtth Saved His Little
Mr. H. H. Bla %k, the well
known village blacksmith at Gra-
hamsville, Sullivan Co., N. Y.
says: "Our little son, five years
old, has always been subject to
croup, and so bad have the attacks
been that we have feared many
times that he would die. We have
had the doctor and used many
medicines, but Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is now our sole
reliance. It seems to dissolve the
tough mucus and by giving fre-
quent doses when the croupv
symptoms appear we have found
that the dreaded croup is cured be-
fore it gets settled.'' There is no
danger in giving this remedy for it
contains no opium or other injur-
ious drug and may be given as
confidently to a babe as to an
adult. For sale by J. E. High-
Richard Croker, the Tammany
chief, has sailed for London just
as his alleged war on vice in New
York was inaugurated. It may
have occurred to him that he who
fights and runs away will live to
fight another day.—Pittsburg Ga-
Mrs. Lena Brown Scogin was
born March 13, 1560, and departed
this life Nov. 8, 1900; was married
to J. W. Scogin Sept. 9, 1875.
She leaves a mother, three sisters,
a husband and five children and a
number of friends to mourn her
death. She bore her sickness with
great patience; the cause was black
jaundice. But notwithstanding: all
that skillful physicians and loving
friends could do, God called her
home. During all her sickness
she did not seem to fear death.
When the loving children were
around her bedside crying, she
said, "Don't cry, children, wait
and see further on. If I die it
will be God's will."
She was born and raised in Tex-
as, and united with the Baptist
church at the age of 20, in which
she lived a faithful and consistent
member of Shiloh church until
death. Shiloh has lost one of its
best and most beloved members.
She was loved by all that knew
her, and she had a kind word for
all that she met in life. There is a
vacant seat around the fireside that
can never be filled; her sweet
voice will never be heard any
more on this toifsome and sorrow-
ful earth. But there is one more
bright face that has reached that
beautiful place where happiness
never ceases to die; where she can
sing God's praises throughout
Her remains were laid to rest in
the Shiloh cemetery to await the
resurrection. I will say to the be-
reaved family, weep not; she is not
dead but only asleep in Testis; live
so in this world that when we
come to die we will have the sweet
assurance that we will meet and
join hands with her in that worlc
that shall never end.
W. H. Cogburn.
Like Stanley and Livingstone
found it harder to overcome
Malaria, Fever and Ague, and
Typhoid disease germs than savage
cannibals; but thousands have
found that Electric Bitters is t
wonderful cure for all malaria!
diseases. If you have chills with
fever, aches in back of neck anc
head, and tired, worn-out feeling
a trial will convince you of their
merit. W. A. Null of Webb, 111.,
writes: "My children suffered for
more than a year with chills and
fever; then two bottles of Electric
Bitters cured them." Only 50
cents. Try them. Guaranteed.
Sold by J. L. Cameron, Drug-
To Mexico and to the Southeast
Tickets will be on sale December
Between Local Stations. Tickets
on sale Dec. 23, 24, 25, 26, 31 and
for the Fruit, Flcwer and Vege
table Festival are December 10th
CHICAGO, ILLS.—Dec. 1-8;
account International Livestock
Exposition. Tickets on sale Nov.
28-9 and Dec. 3-4, 1900.
HOUSTON, TEXAS.—Dec. 3
17, Masonic Grand Lodge Meeting,
Nov. 27. Chapter Committee
For rates, limits etc. apply to
agents, or write
D. J. Price, G. P. & T. A.,
The good government leagues
in Philadelphia are taking steps to
demonstrate in the courts that
their city ranks first in the United
States in—corrupt elections! It is
thought the fact can be established
to a mathematical certainty.—
Nobody doubts it in the least.
For Teething Babies,
THE BEST ON EARTH.
PRICE, 25c. and 50c.
Guaranteed to Contain
0000 FOR 6R0WN PEOPLE.
The Mayfleld Medicine Mfg. Co., Incorporated,
MAYNKkD, KY., AND ST. LOUIS, MO.
a Baby Elepliant.
Baraboo, Wis., Nov. 20.—A
baby elephant was born yesterday
in the winter quarters of Ringland
Bros, circus. It is claimed to be
the first elephant born in captivity.
It weighs about 200 pounds and
was thirty-one inches high.
Save 25c by Buying
McGee's 25c Chill Cure is a purga-
tive; you need no other. Largest bot-
tle for the money and is guaranteed
to cure or money refunded. Ask your
druggist for McGee's 26c Chill Cure,
Mr. McKinley's expressed de-
sire that all his present cabinet
officers 3hall remain with him is
an indication that these gentlemen
are solid with Hanna and the
Didn't Hanna have the selection
of them in the beginning?
For all fresh cuts or wounds,
either on the human subject or on
animals, ballard's snow lini-
ment is excellent; while for corn-
huskers' sprained wrists, barbed-
wire cuts and sores on working
horses, it cannot be too highly
commended. Price, 25 and 50 cts.
Sold by J. E. Hightower. im
Many Hunt county farmers have
money on deposit and are looking
around for profitable investments.
The farmers have more than suffi-
cient idle capital to build a big
cotton mill if they could be inter-
ested in the matter.—Greenville
Jobould'ntHa ve Stood It
If he'd had Itching Piles. They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will cure the worst
case of Piles on earth. It has cur-
ed thousands. For Injuries, Pains
or Bodily Eruptions it's the best
salve in the world. Price 25c, a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
J. L. Cameron druggist. im.
The Bible does not promise it,
but there is no doubt but that the
Lord will forgive all the lies a man
tells when he is in love.—Ex.
URES BLOOD AND SKIN TROUBLES.
Trial Treatment Free.
Is your blood pure? Are you sure of
it? Do cuts or scratches heal slowly?
Does your skin itch or burn? Have you
Pimples? Eruptions? Aching bones or
back? Eczema? Old sores?' Boils?
Scrofula? Rheumatism? Foul Breath?
Catarrh? Are you pale? Then B. B. B
(Botanic Blood Balm) will purify your
blood, heal every sore and give a clear,
smooth, healthy skin. Deep- Seated cases
like ulcers, cancer, eating sores, Painful
Swellings, Blood Poison are quickly cured
by Botanic Blood Balm. Cures when all
else ,ai}s. Thoroughly tested for 30
years. Drug stores $1 per large bottle.
Trial treatment free by writing BLOOD
BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. Describing
trouble—free medical ad rice given. Over
3000 voluntary testimonials of cures by
B. B. B. oct-4-lyr.
For sale by J. L. Cameron, Henderson.
For all fresh cuts or wounds, in
either the human subject or in
animals, as a dressing, ballard's
snow liniment is excellent,
while or sores on working horses,
especially if slow to heal, or sup-
purating, its healing qualities are
unequaled. Price, 25 cts. and 50
cts. Sold by T- E. Hightower
DR. C. M. BALLENGER,
Office up stairs in the Post Office
building, where he is prepared to
to all kinds of dental work.
Prompt and special attention given
to all cases entrusted to him.
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Organized and conducted on the
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Able and experienced instructors,
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Careful and firm discipline. A
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Cost, as low as is consistent with
first-class acco tnmodations and
Unexcelled facilities offered
those desiring to takespecial
courses .For the accommodation
of teachers and others who may
desire to take a teacher's course or
orepare for examination, we have
arranged to organize special classes
in Pedagogy, to begin March 1st
ind to continue 12 weeks. Pupils
can enter other departments to ad-
Aantage at any time. Every pos-
sible advantage offered pupils of
all ages and grades of advancement.
If you have a family of children
to educate, come to Henderson.
If you contemplate going away or
sending away to school, investigate
our schools before making your
For further information or for
catalogue call on or address,
T. R. Day,
Supt. of Schools.
Miss Bra lnon Once nn Actress.
Miss Braddon has published over
■ixty novels since 1862. Previous to
trying literature, however, Miss
Braddon appeared on the stage.
There is some dcubt in the matter,
but "An Old Player" has declared
'.hat the future novelist made her de-
but at the Brighton Theater Roval
In 1857, and! that during the five
following months she impersonated
is many as fifty-eight distinct char-
acters. Her stage name was Mary
Leyton, and, though now known a?
Miss M. E. Brnddon, she is really
Mrs. Maxwell and a widow,
Old Penalty tor a Spree.
At Wllkesbarr , Pa., three well
known citizens who had been indulg-
ing in a spree were brought befor.
the mayor the other day to be disci-
plined. He sentenced each to saw
up five railroad ties for the miners'
widews, who have no wood and who
apply at the woodyard each day for
In Honor at a Brtre Soldier.
General O. 0. Howard, one of the
few surviving corps commanders of
the civil war, will be honored by his
friends with a complimentary ban-
quet in New York on his seventieth
birthday anniversary November 8.
, Angora Mascots Wanted.
Anxious quest is being made it
Kentucky for two suitable native
Angora goats, which are desired foi
mascots on board the United States
battleship Kentucky, about to sai1
for the Asiatic station. They seexr
to be thought an indispensable pari
of the ship's company.
Bernhardt'* $2000 Bed.
Mme. Sarah Bernhardfs bed ir
her Paris home cost her before it
was finished the sum of $2000. Th
curtains are of the finest damask, th
sheets are silk, the bedstead is a
most elaborate piece of furniture and
two little gold cupids are poised di-
rectly over the sleeper's head.
Office upstairs over Mays & Harris
How It Strnck Him.
Farmer Greene—Glad f see ye
home, Silas! How's things in N'
hua! Hustlin'! Why, th' way folks
rush aroun' there ye'd think th'
caows wuz loose in th' cabbage.patch
th' hull tarnation time!—Puck.
Skilled surgery comes high. The
New York Tribune tells of a mil-
lionaire in that city who lately had
his leg cut off and sent a check for
$10,000 to pay for the operation. It
crossed a bill from the physician for
$15,000 and the extra $5000 was
Hobton May Iitie Hit Sight.
Thtere is said to be grave dangei
of Lieutenant Hobson's going blind.
While in Manila and Hong Kong
he contracted a disease of the eyes,
aggravated by overwork, which is re-
garded as serious. The young con-
structor consulted an oculist here,
who advised him to take a long rest.
It is said he is preparing to spend
six months in Europe under the carr
of eminent specialists.
The most stubborn cases of
Bronchitis succumb to ballard's
horehound syrup. Price 25 and
50 cts. Sold by T. E. Hightower,
There was, perhaps, never a
time when there was more talk ot
reform in political circles and less
being done in that direction.—
white's cream vermifuge re-
moves the unhealthy tissue upon
which worms thrive; it brings,
and quickly, a healthy condition
of body, where worms cannot
exist. Price, 25 cents. im.
Coin Harvy Invests.
Rogers, Ark , Nov. 20.—W. H.
(Coin) Harvy has purchased the
Silver Spring property of 320 acres
and is preparing plans to make it
a large summer resort. A hundred
room hotel will be erected.
Many people are suffering fear-
fully from indigestion or dyspepsia,
when one single bottle of herbine
would bring about a prompt and
permanent cure. A few doses will
do more for a weak stomach than
a prolonged course of any other
medicine Price, 50 cents. Sold
by J. E. Hightower. im.
A TEXAS WONDER.
Hall's Great Discovery.
One small bottle of Hall's Great
Discovery cures all kidney and
bladder troubles, removes gravel,
cures diabetes, seminal emissions,
weak and lame backs, rheumatism
and all irregularities of the kidneys
and bladder in both men and wom-
en, regulates bladder troubles in
children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on
receipt of $1. One small bottle is
two months' treatment, and will
cure any case above mentioned.
Dr. E- W. Hall, sole manufactur-
er, P. O. Box 629, St. Louis, Mo.
Send for testimonials. Sold by J.
E. Highter. (aug23-iyr)
Seguin, Texas, Sept. 27.—I have
taken Hall's Great Discoyery and
it has cured me completely of
Kidney and Bladder Trouble.
Treasurer Gaudaloup Couaty.
I'm so Tired."
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wRiTEChambej-iajj! & Gillette,
The ordinary every-day life of most of our women is a
ceaseless treadmill of work.
How much harder the daily tasks become when some
derangement of the female organs makes every movement
painful and keeps the nervous system all unstrung !
One day she is wretched and utterly miserable; in a day
or two she is better and laughs at her fears, thinking there
is nothing much the matter after all; but before night the
deadly backache reappears, the limbs tremble, the lips twitch
—it seems as thougn all the imps of Satan were clutching
her vitals ; she goes to pieces and is flat on her back.
No woman ought to arrive at this terrible state of
misery, because these symptoms are a sure forerunner of
womb troubles. She must remember that Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound is almost an infallible cure
for all female ills, such as irregularity of periods, which cause
weak stomach, sick headache, etc., displacements and in-
flammation of the womb, or any of the multitudes of ill-
nesses which beset the female organism.
Mrs. Gooden wrote to Mrs. P/nkham when she
was In great trouble* Her letter tells the result.
"Dear Mbs. Pinkham:—i am very grateful to you for your kindness
and the interest you have taken in me, and truly believe that your medicines
and advice are worth more to a woman than all the
doctors in the world. My troubles began with inflam-
mation and hemorrhages from the kidneys, then
inflammation, congestion and falling of the womb,
and inflammation of the ovaries. I underwent local
treatment every day for some time; then, after nearly
two months, the doctor gave me permission to go
back to work. I went back, but in less than a week
was compelled to give up and go to bed. On break-
ing down the second time, I decided to let doctors
and medicines al6ne and try your remedies. Before
the first bottle was gone I felt the effects of it.
Three bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and a package of Sanative Wash did
me more good than all the doctors' treatments and
medicine. I have gained twelve pounds during the
last two months and am better in every way. Thanking you for your
kind advice and attention, I remain, Yours gratefully,
"MRS. E. J. GOODEN, Aokley, Iowa."
Owing to the fact that some skeptical
people have from time to time questioned
the genuineness of the testimonial letters
we are constantly publishing, we have
deposited with the National City Bank, of Lynn, Mass., $5.cxx\
which will be paid to any person who will show that the above
testimonial is not genuine, or was published before obtaininr the
writer's special permission.—Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine.
Tent-Covered Trpps. j A Sotable Clianze.
Orange growers in Florida now j More than 20 per cent of the mer
cover their trees with tents so ar- j discharged from the service of thf
ranged as to admit the sunlight on j New York Central railroad company
twenty years ago were dropped fro;c
the rolls for drunkenness. N w
however, with 30,000 men in the em-
ploy of the company, less than 1 p?i
cent of those annually discharged
owe the loss of their situations tc
overindulgence in liquor. Thu
change in conditions is said to be
largely due to the beneficent influ-
ence of th? railroad department .->1
the Young Alen's Christian associa-
one side and keep out frosty winds
on the other. In each tent is an
oil lam]}, which is lighted on cold
nights to keep the trees warm. The
growers are warned of the approach
of unfavorable weather in a unique
way. As the mails travel slowly in
some of the thinly populated dis-
tricts the government requires the
engineer of express trains to blow
their whistles six times in every
three miles when a "cold wave" is
known to be coming. A Ma,ne Epitaj)U>
There is probably no disease The following epitaph is found or
more distressing and annoying a tombstone in a graveyard in Wins-
than piles, tabler's buckeye low, Me.: "Here lies the body ol
pile ointment is daily curing Richard Thomas. An Englishman
cases of year's standing of itching h^ A Whig of '76. By occu-
and bleeding piles. The cure be- . a J,
gins on the first application, a little Pa 1011 a cooper. !Now food fot
perseverance makes the cure com- worms. Like an old rum punchron.
plete. Price, 50 cents in bottles, marked, numbered and shooked. He
Tubes, 75 cents. Sold by J. E will be raised again and finished b*
Hightower. ^ ^ ^ Im- ( his Creator. He died September 28,
Spain is reported to be in better j 1824, aged 75. America, his adopted
condition from a financial stand- country, my best, advice to you is
point than for many years pre-
vious. The colonial policy of the
Spanish government came near
proving its permanent ruin, as it
will for any government that fol-
lows it for any length of time.—
McGee's Female Tonic and
Something new. For weak, delicate
this: Take care of your liberties."'
SA.n ANTONIO, TEXAS
1C. G. BURNETT,
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Locks, Butts, and crews, |
| Carpenters' Tooi«. ii««sware
| and Queensware, Coffins *
| and Caskets.
STILL ON THE SQUARE
I handle the best goods
the markets afford and
my prices are right down
to the lowest notch. I do
business on the "square"
with every one.
Always on tap.
Call on me When youWant the Bes
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While up to their ears in mud at
Tarlsbad one morning last summer,
some Americans were startled by x
loud scream, relates the Xew Yoric
Sun. "Good American lugs, those,"
they remarked to each other. A sec-
ond later came ihe cry, "Snakes!"'
women. A tablet for local use ia con- Such a commotion as there was ' The
nection with Tonic. Price 81.00- lir reverberated -,-th nearly CVtjrT lan
juage you ever heard of—some that
DR TABLER'S BUCKEYE
The National Cotton Company's
Oil Mill was destroyed by fire at
• you hadn t. Suddenly the hubbub
Houston on the 15th. The loss is
| leased. It was learned that an Amer-
estimated at $100,000, fully cov- j
■can woman bather had
seen what shs
supposed was a snake wriggling m
the mud around ntr, only to discover
lliat it was her own switch.
The political sea is as calm and
serene as if there had not been a
great storm.—Pittsburg Gazette.
A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, 50 Cents.
JAMES F. BALI ARB. Sn|* Proprietor. - - Nnrth Main Street. ST. LOUIS. MO.
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After Nearly Forty Tears.
After carrying a Upton bullet ir
his body for thirty-eight years, Gen
eTal X. R. Richbourgh, of Montgom-
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commanded the Fourth brigade
South Carolina militia, and wa-
twice wounded at the baHle of Fra-
zier's farm, June 27, 1863. W hile
charging the breastworks a bullet
struck him full in the breast. Ths
other day he felt a pain in his back
and that night he placed a draw plas- j
ter on the spot where there was in-!
flammation. The next morning the j
pain was relieved, and, taking off the i
plaster, he found the bullet sticking
to it .
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