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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 3 October 1884

The South East Texan and Junper New a Boy; Consolidated March 10th, 1882. Fnlereitat the Post Office, at Jattper, Tgpaa, as Second-Clans Mail Matter. JASPKU JIEWS HOY. KolabUaUetl June, 18(10.1 KOi rU BAST rKXAN.EstHbltalMMt January, 1880. JASPER; TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1884. iff* II. I'dKD, I>ro) de(«r. 4 . IXMIM, t ufellil**n SUBSCRIPTION RATES ♦•eoGpjronejrefcr $2.W> -aoc>py§lr months — - 1,00 O « thnwmoulha*---""—W ADVERTISING RATES. 5?njmatter advertisement* Inserted $1 "0 |ft squ si of 1<ti Uuea'orlcw ; and W cent* for ^ JiitsvrUuu U reactions on large advertisements. I.irgail adveitMng done at the pric* prescribed bylaw. Subscriptions, transient advertisement*. ai*d, job-printing m uat bo pakl for In advance. gsr* All communic ations shnu'.dbe addressed to the Vh* .HVw.-Bfff. TIIEBK'S MUSIC ISf A MOTHER'S VOICE. 11CV.„ ti More sweet f-au breeze* si«fiii)S: There's kluilncBS in '* mother's glance, Too part lor ever dying. There's love within a mother's breast, '...

Publication Title: Weekly News-Boy, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 3 October 1884

J w - ■ >''' Jhi ii 3. \ - J m ®t)e Ntws-Bog. A. G. Bboo^«, r. u. bo«i«k«. BROOKE & ROBINSON. Editor* anil Bunim-w Malumism- i^lPER, OCT. Don). tn*e flpbot. For Governor, JQHN IRELAND. For Lt. Governor, BARNKTT (JIBPS; For Comptroller, W. J. SWAIN. For Treasurer, F- K. LUBBOCK. For Com. Oeu. L. O. W. P. WALSH. For Atty. Gen., JOI1N D. TEMPLKTOM. For Snpt. Pub. Instruction, fi. M. liAKKl^. To the Pnblic. From, and including this issue the editorial and business manage- ment of this paper wt]| bo under the control of Messrs. Robinson prooke, who will bo responsible for whatever ?.p}>car8 in its cdito- fial columns. They will carry put existing cor|fcri>ct3 made with the §puth-East Texan, ami ore authorized to receive and receipt for, auy ffioney duo the same. The paper will bo run nnder its origi- nal name, the Weekly News- Hoy. Tho ui)dorsignod haying his time fully occupied wij,h his du- ties in connection with tho S- E.T. College, simply retains his propri ptorship in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 3 October 1884

To the Public. It coats Oikj Dollar and it €l)e Nerus-iSog. IASPEH, OCT. . tSIW. Mr. P. S. Watts Wednesday. was in town I Miss Lotta Fulton, of Peach Tree j as m town Tuesday. K. B. Scale, Esqr.lefi Jasper yes- terday on a business trip to Beau- mont and otber points, to return in 8 or ten day*. Elder LeClere's 4th quarterly 'meeting at this place closed Wed- nesday eveuijag with,one e,w, cces- #1011. The announcement of Mr. J. L. O White, as candidate for the ^office of county J«dgo appears in ibis issue. Judge J. S. Keaghoy and family returned from their trip to Newton county, Wednesday ovening. John looketh iu if in fine health. I I J* Mr. M. Middle ton, of Town in J neper. He says- there is a deal of sickness in his locality, mostly chills ai.d fever. The rains have descended, the plowman has planted hsi patch, -and lo, the little turnips and coffoe weeds are coming to the front. Capt. E. I. Kel'ic is in Jasper again, superintending tho repair- ing of his residence at this ^>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 3 October 1884

r~rrr£w&£& ■ *«§?«& V li - z1 m ) lair e?* ®Ije Nous-Bog. ~ JAS^EH, OCT. f «M.~ : t : i : - MARY'S DUDE. Mary liad ft little dude He was twenty nine, he sulci, And everywhere that Mary went This little dude was led. •So Mary went to churfli one day, And said >{ie\l walk aluue; Jilit tu her papa's great surprise, Tbisilmjc, follOWW W Jjofoe. Tim tem olil Judjje espied thin (Jugo That n>on keyed with Mary Jane; And It made the chl'dro i laugh and £liout To see pa use hlu eaue. The Judge stood on the burning deck; The dude stood on Ms iliufLd; The flame that lit the battle wrec j. Showed Mary her dude was dead! —Louisville Coul'lor Journal August is Fitzglobous Moran Fell lu love with Maria McCann; With a yell and a whoop lie cleared the froai stoop J ust ahead of her papa'* brogau.—Ex. An enthusiastic editor, speak- ing of a new prima donna, says: "Her voice is as soft as a roll of velvet, and as tender as a pair ,ol B^o^-shop pantaloons." , An Ohio man has jnst rorn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 10 October 1884

®* Man iii• ., . ni . : nt ; ■ , , ^ i y* . ti i*™"y ,.xt.vr. vr■:. vi ..i.". " ;tii • >. -lmtiiftr-'-i The South East Texan ami Jasper JNewn IBoy; Connolidated March lOtk, i8H%. R JIEatlMV.iSoUHiaMJiiM, I860.) H EiiT ri'XAH, iimHItfeei Juuuiirr, 1MB. JASPER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, — nu.i *'ir i mSm SUBSCRIPTION RATES Wss copy one ye r - .1,.— §j.go j,.. — i.a> , i> •> wUmnoatbi--- 10 ADVERTISING RATES. i(«K instter sdvortUemeol# liwertc-d |t i it of ten Keen or Icm ; tud H) ceuta lor lawrUOb 'jU mlactioue on Uije advi'rtiftouicaU. 1 • j.uj advc: tiring 'lone it the pricc prescribed fca!wreri]j|UHH, trmr.M«it ad*crU ™«!n«, i.d, printing oluit hv> paid for in sdvaiice- &r 411 couuttuulcKtloDS >b<«:d to addrcnacd to the TTbr .r r|N A KISS. The mockiug bl rd trllie I low a tremb- ling HOK , ■ Of liquid sweetness from lite swelling •throat; J tu ned Hid looked within lier Jeep, dark eyes— Looked lon-j—until her heart neat up n flaw ■■ That dyed her pale chcek with a cri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 10 October 1884

— iKRgeR '1 s*£c* s« .<wy,w# *A! L1)i^aiM|rBar) (i« K. II. IlOBlSttCV. A. t«. BQOOKK, BROOKE & ROBINSON, Editor* «wl Biihlniiyi ManAgff. J A tFCU. OCT. 10, ISMi Uom,Hluto Ticket. For Governor, JOHN IRELAND. For Jjt- Governor. BARNE'LT GIBBS. For Comptroller, \V. J. SWAIN. For Treasurer, F- K. LUBBOCK. For Com. Gen. L. O. W. c; WALSH. For Atty. Gen., lOHN 1). TEMPLETOM. "For'S'upt. Pub. Instruction, Ji. M. BAKER. Twenty--four foreign govern- ments will be represented by exhibits at- New Orleans, he Beaumont Enterprise, is lp fS # rf ■ stacking up, and gaining * prcs- tigo as a first-class local paper. Speaker Carlisle thinks that ,the Democrats will bo victorious .in Indiana and West Virginia, •but thinks that Ohio is doubt- M The lluntsville normal school ;has a large, new telescope. The attendance at that institution is expected to reach 250 this sea- son. Uj> to tins tinrst- pf|h« UarS uxtuyuigti, u lux ol two per cent was levied upon salaries of gov- ern ment officials ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 10 October 1884

w&2 ■J • f ®l)c Nct s-i5o«. ■KH,iOCT. I©. *884. Ho Eureka came iu last week ( on the half shell. A new foot bridge is built over the crcek east of town. Uuoks are said to he quite nu- merous in the lakes near town- Judge W. H. Ford has gone to Orange, where district court con- f cues next Monday. The town cemetery is heing neatly enclosed, with a substantial post and plank fonce. i ^ • ♦ "* llr. Robinson, of the News Boy has been wrestling with chills this week, bat is still on the turf. The Orange Tribune, duo here last Monday, has not yet arrived. The Tribune is always a welcomo guest. ^ Mr. D. J. Henderson and his beautiful and accomplished daugh- FUBUC SPEAKING. To the Cittsnns of Jasper County. Mr. 0.13. Stith was in Jasper last week, and: gave us some rich julttriw uiuil relative to Ins recep- tion at Newton.' pur good friend, Pet Perkins, was in town last, Saturday in the interests of Mr.W. D. Cleveland, . of Houston. Commissioners Owens,' Morgan and McC'reo were in town ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 10 October 1884

,n. > \ fir: , w>* 4 <9 P Ih? f* £& j| m r wfa f :■« x I ft ML ®l)t nttw-bag. lASPCK. OCT, 1®. 1884. People Who Cannot Make Fire, The P#pna a of tlio Maylay count of New Zenltmd ar<? represented by the llugsian explorer, Dr. Mjklucho Mai jay, u being in the moat prim ltire stsge. They are wholly an acquainted with metal, aud make their weapons of (tone, bones, ani wood. They do not know how to start a fire, though firo is in use pnong them. hen the traveler a&pd them how they made a fire they could not understand his ques- tion, but they regarded it as very amusing, and answered that when a porson'B firo went out he got some of his iieighhcr, aud if a|l the fires of tlio village went out, they tyould get ft from tho next village. Some .of the ijwtives represented that their fathers and grandiather*. litd told them that they remembered a time, or hail heard from their an- cestors that there was a time, when .firewM not known, and every- thing wus eaten raw. Tho na...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 28 November 1884

7 13 V' If" Sjl. \ The South East Teooan Und Jasper If eta* Boy; Consolidated March 10th, 1882. (A8PKH HUTU EMr VUMi J «e, 1WI.I Jtut*re$at the Font Office, nt Jnttpem, Tecmn, <tn tk eond-CtanH Mail Matter. JASPER TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1884. I "" THE REALM'.OF LIFE. i** 1 \ > Far, IHr away in the di*tat>ce, I.ieth the IjouudA of lift.*, Lleth Ita pulHlujtJiiweekneas, Lleth its qulck'nlng tr!(fc. Never Its'glow; cnchau'-Uig Greeted the«e eye* of nfttie, •TuruluK toward Itever As to a,shrouded shrine. «Ouce, thro' the misty dUtauue, Alt on a sea of BO"g, ^ Led by a spirit tendi-r, Drifted tny soul Along. t aring the mystic portal*, . Stan bom ai'wpdlspto ; Flooded a llg.it like morning Down from.her starry eyes, Fyes tiut were like twin oceans Troubled with atful rain Bright as the sky, for pleasure, .~ Dark as the clouds, far nain. . ,* Fnint case* a breath of odor, Light ftll a rhyming trevf, !lJ' llustle.of robes atie r;mo, Sudden, and swift, and sped. ^ _ • * * ,.y*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 28 November 1884

' £ y ®l)c JASPER, HOV. 88. f «. jLQC-^ALS. Jndgn Nemitts, of Newtou wag to to*n thi waek. The little ehildrett of Mr. Ran flolph Smith are still rery «ick. { # J" j, /•Jlpfifoe" i ys hi« h«p# are "ooniing eggs" rapidly now—a rye l teh furnishing the "graaing" for thcra. Tho Literary Club meets tonight at the college, and the Counoil of Chosen Friends, tomorrow night at their hall. T.Ue Tfuatee# of oar College Co., were exceedingly fortunate la securing the services of Prof. Patrick and Miss Lau- ra Ooleman. The school has never been as thoroughly practical In Its methods of Instruction and discipline as at present. It is nuequale<| by any schooffe 8. E. Texas. T' Ship yonr cotton to T. W. House of Hougton and order your grocer- ioi and supplier from thjo same house. Satisfaction is always guar- antee4 ity (Jcalings with the said House. Sickness has so much delayed and retarded work in the offioe this week that a half Bheet is the best that could be done. We regret t^iis, but "ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 29 April 1887

1 mv ' 1 ■ - ♦ • I 'J**.?: • ii'ti ; i; •'. Tll'W t',n. JiHtabllshed 1*08. «■"-"< —rrr _^VOfc. 22. •Tiii'jj!if: 11,1 lu lUf-,. - .ij a>- En't red allha PoH O'Jivs nl Jik JASPER, TEXAS, F1 f«(<, «.* Stoutl-Olam Mail Mailer LY, APRIL 29, 1887. 22 l cur* Old NO .2t^. Quo. Y? r, lr ^vnnpe, ft .50 Six months, C**ln -W Three monllis, Cash, .50 Ai>vkhti8ing.—Citations and Spcctal Notices, to run One Mouth or Iiefw, will be churgMl for at ihe llatos of 10 Cents a Line for Flours Insertion, and 6 CeivU a ,Ijlno for Each Addi- tional Iuserwou. " DIRECTORY. II. 8. MAIL TIJlE-TIBUB' JAHl'SB TO COWIESNElt.. , . r. Leaves dally (exceptSundays)nt 9 a.m. Hfturns " ii:>( ^'5 p. m TO MUM. Leaves Monday* pd Fridays 7 a. m. Returns Tuesdays & Saturdays at 2 p. m . . «f.V8PEK "SO Bt'llKBVILUB. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday ar,.l Fri- days at 7 a. ui. Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- ' a «r.|nys at a p 111. , i:;"i JX8PEU TO IIHMI'HII.I.. Leaves Tuesdays* Saturdays at 1 p. m. Returns ■...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 29 April 1887

\ ■# jafli'kh. Texas, u~ Aj'jj. SOlil, ! ay11 !i > t R. B. BLAKE, .c.™ Good rains have fallen nearly all over Texas. P. II. Ilentiessy, of Galveston, has been convlctod of forgery. About twelve miles from BiiT ininghara, Ala., at a recent sale of lots §500,000 was invested about two hours. m Gladstone is still the central figure in English politics, stand- ing firm against, the cocrcion WJB* * Elizabeth Akers Allot* author of "Rook- M® to Sleep, MotliHr." is a handsotne woman with a fresh face and grey hair. It is thought that there will be an unusually large influx of population into the United States this year from E a rope. There were 4273 landed in one day recently. The English Parliament stands 101 majority for coercion out of 039 that voted. This majority is considerably larger than has been supposd. The Interstate Commerce Com- missioners with their secretary, left Washington on the 25th on their Southern tour. The hear- ings are to be hold at Atlanta, Mobile, New Orleans,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 29 April 1887

H W mi1' I ®l)c Nctos-Bojh Published Every Friday a. m Jaspbk, Texas, Apr, iiSJTH, 1887 Weather warm, and indications of rain. r We h id u light ruin here Friday, the 22nd, ciioujjh to keep crops growing when the land was well cultivated. Tho ouru crop is about a month ^ -# earlier than usual. Good stands have not been secured where tho corn wus planted luto or after tho ground became so dry. The South-east Texas Alulo and Female College will give a concert to*uight for tho purpose of riusiug funds to purohuao instruments,sci- entific and otherwise, for tho col- llie lias promised to furuish us with a detailed report of progress on his drainage project This will he interesting reading-to those whose systems urn susceptible to the influonco of that subtile uon deocript entity known iu: malUfiu, We have set apart a column which will hereafter be devoted entirely to the cuuse of prohibi- tion. It will be edited by two cultivated gentlemen of literary habits wlio are fully competent to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 29 April 1887

' 'i:fft1"' rats; \ A. ?,rt^*^r:J£S£5^ •j xfc« way the mwioy goes. <iT ' "<& nasiv ♦ualrA Ovi* f|C$W ' U f Mp pouu<& of tea, last year, import- eel at (i cost of $16,000,01)0; or two jioHiuls at 40 cents a head for every grown-up ten-drinker. During the lost fiscal,yedv, algo,' an internal revenue tax of about #15,000,000 was paid on 185,000- 000 pounds of manufactured to- bflcco, not including snuff or ci- gars, showing a consumption of about 3i pounds for every user aver sixteen years old. Domestic cigars made last year and pay- ing a tax numbered 3,500,000,* 000. In addition to all this, tax was paid last year on 1,310,961,' 350 cigarettes, an increase of 252,212,112 over the preceding year, while the increase in cigars consumed during the same peri- od was 151,925,855. The amount of tax collected last year on ci- gars was ♦10,532,804, and on ci- garettes f655,209. It is within bounds to estimate the value of the tobacco and cigars consumed at four times the amou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 4 May 1887

«# v 1 f : M ■ar> >#%■*• :'4 t$gk/ laJgaT-^gf: •jfvfe. ;I •5fc.„ J£stfiblis/nnl Ml - 11£- E.i'cml at (Us Port OJfaj nl Juspir, aSVOL. 22. JASPER, TEXAS, WEI rw Seaiifl-C'iux.t Mai! mnl/or PAY, MAY 4, 1887. 22 !>«♦•* OM .00 AdveiitisinH.—bltiitidii* arid Spccia Notloeu, tpi.ruo Puc. Month or Leas, will be cimrsred for at die Kates of 10 Cento a I lite foi' Flr« t«Berrt"ii SlUi t'.ouoT Iinwr ■ Pioposed Anieiidnunits to the (Joustitution passod by the 20th Legislature. No,l.—(H. J. n. No. 2) Joint Resolution to amend Section 20 of Arttolo lit of tlio Statu Constitu- te l. } ,,( > ,rf, , ■ ,'^h| & EOT (ox 1. Bo it resolved by J he of tlift .State of Toxns; - _ , .... Tlp&Sccttou 8U of Artielo ' l' .? of «e f05 ^Srf^Ad^ 4hh4j«H>««ai>>.jw "to reM as follows, to wit: One Tear, if paid lu advance, fi 50 SI* mouths, Cash, ,v-75 Three months, Cash, DIRECTORY. II. S. 91 All. Tmc-TTABUJ- jasrkp. TO COIilipN&II,! ~ Leaves dally (oixcept Sundays) at 9 a. m. Uetari...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 4 May 1887

y '4--y j ;? r I i; * if jB ■ %r. ®l)e Ncu)0-i8op. Jasper, Texas, Apu. 29th, 1887 R. B. BLAKE, kmtob. Over two and a half millioii dollars wiiljuo put iu buildings iu Houston btfore 1888.— Houston Herald. The Star-News, (Nacogdoches) is jubilant over the bright pros- pects of prosperity for Nacog' clochcs, and think her mineral resources are a mine of wealth. The amount of capital stock put into new industrial enter- prises in the South during the year 188G, is estimated at $129, 000,000, against $0(5,000,000 in 1885.—Lake Charles JScho. " ow York special of the 2oth to the City Items, says or E. A. Burke, of New A. H. Belo, of Galveston, iV. Grady, of Atlanta^Sa., chased the, -Ntw York ar mil be hence- forward a. representative of Southern interests. Lake Charles Echo. and have Star. Marbied.—At the residonce of the brido's mother, near Mor ris' Ferry, on the evening of the 27th of April Mr. Noah Hart to Miss Mollie May, G. W. Rawls J. P. officiating. The gradual advance in the pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 4 May 1887

. I Clje Nttus-iSon. Published Every Wednesday. Jasper, Texas, May 4th, 1887. The picnic At the East Ford was a grand success If plenty of good eatables, drinkables, and sociable enjoyment is any evi- dence. A fine rain is falling to-day, (May 3rd) just in time to do the tnost good. Though it has been unusually dry during the past winter and spring, no kind of vegetation lias been materially injured; thus demonstrating the truth of Ex-Gov. Roberts state- ment in his work on Texas that the soil of South Eust Texas is like a sponge, absorbing and storing up moisturo enough to carry vegetation through' any ordinary drouth. In thc iraulhern'piirt of Ange- lina, San Augu4ine and Sabine counties/Una western portion of Newton, it is well . known that Jasper is the best market for their cotton, hides, etc., and also the cheapest market in which to purchase their supplies. The people of those sections as well as of Jasper County, will do well to watcfi our ad vertising columns to see who are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 4 May 1887

-fV II' <) C!)c JV'nva-JJoj). Publishep Evm Wkdnesday. Jasi'bh, Texas, May 4Th, 1887 (Conft* triftfcua ttot i other court, and In civil c-asca kucIi jurisdiction ahull bo exercised without rc^ufd to nujr distinction bet ween law «,U<1 equity, Contest- ed eleetious aud o'thor special c;is - es, wlicrfc tile riqhtito resort to the courts arises only out of legislative actio*, may be referred by the li'g isluturo to the district court, or other tribunal, with or without the right of. njipcud to the supreme court as may bo prescribed by law. Section 84. The district court shall1 have appellate jurisdiction and stieh control over thp inferior courts and tribunals in the county as may bo prescribed by law. Section 35. The district courts, and the judges thereof shall have power^to issue tlio writ of habeas corpus, n«d to render judgment therein, either in vaeatiou or term time. They shall also havo power to issilb writs of inandunms, ins junction, certiorari and all w/its known to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 11 May 1887

m assiw? KxtmMMu il ISO# —. 1 Entered at the Post Office at Jasper, ^eeond-Vlan.i Mail nuttier 22 Years ottl j-^VOL. 22. JASPER, TEXAS, WEDNEfDA^ MAY I t, 1887. NO. 4^. Proposed Amendments to the Constitution passed by the 20tli Legislature. No 1.—(II. J. It. No. 2) Johit lltsolu t ion to amend Suction 20 of Article 10 of the Stati.- Coustiui Tex its Be it I tiro of t Article 11)0 utile follows; into the treasury of tlio stato (to pother with suehjsum belonging to the fund as may now he in the , treasury), si ml I be invested m Ootids of the United States, the State of Texas, the comities in said state, or in snch other seenri ties, and under such restrietionsjis shall also linvo power by mandam- us or otherwise to compel tho dis- vod by the L?gisla ilto of Texas, that tho Constitution of Tcki^s -shall lie so o lioroafter road us trict and inferior conns to proeecU with tlic trial of cases peudinsr in «,« vtiv uitu VI Vtissvn j'Lilui!i£T III said courts of which it would have cogniz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 11 May 1887

®l)t News-Bog. JASI'KB, TKXAS, MAY. HTM, 1887 R. B. BLAKE, BPITOB. The business men of the city of Marshal are in-favor of en- forcing tlie intorstato convliicrco law in tull. The Newton County Record rcpoiti fine rains, gcod crop prospects nudfarmera all happy. The reports from the country give the most (littering accounts of the condition of the growing orops.—E-ist Texas Pinery, ■ *> The New York Herald nomi- nates this ticket for 1888; For President, Grover Cleveland, of New York; for Vice President, Henry W.Grady, of Georgia. The Herald says: "The Demo- m&feftrd aoaTnWtffy for"the Vice Presidency, and it may strengthen its ticket by Joing so.' —Times Democrat. Mr. Carlisle, in recent speeches intimates that he is not willing to make a, distinct national issue of the tariff question. It is suggested that to take the lair from sugar and tobacco would reduce the reveuue about $50,000,000 which would render the surplus revenue argument non-effective. By such dodges and subte...

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