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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 12 October 1887
«d4* JBHtablished 1806. Entered at the Post Office at Jasper, Textu, as tfeconcUClass Mail matter. 23 Years Old ^VOL. 23. JASPER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1887. NO. 19^c_ Subscription One Tear, If paid la advanco, f 1.50 Biz months, Cash, .75 , Three months, Cash, .50 Advkhtisino.—Citations and ijpecla Notices, to ran One Month or Less, •will be charged for at the Rates of 10 Cents a Line for First Insertion, , and 8 Centa a Lino for Bach Addi- tlonal lusertlou. " 0 DIRECTORY. V. S. 1*1 All. TIME-TABLE* j abit, ft to colmebseil. Leaves dally (except Sundays) at 9 a. m. Returns " " " at 5 p. m jabfrb to cairo. Leaves Mondays and .Fridays at 7 a. m. Returns Tuesdays & Saturdays at 2 p. m jasper to bijbkevili.e. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday and Frt days at 7 a.m. Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Sat- urdays at 2 p m. jasper to hempiiiijl. Leaves Tuesdays* Saturdays at 1 p. m, Returns " " at 42 m. jasl'er to lewis reury. Leaves Mondays anl Fridays it 8 a. m .Returns " " " atO.p.m. chu...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 12 October 1887
®l)t Ncujs-SQS Jasper, Texas, Oct. 12th, 1887 R. B. BLAKE, K. I. KELLIE. EDITOI18 B. B. BLAKE, BCSINF.SS M VNAOKU- It will bo seen in this issue that the Kansas and Sabine Puss, and the Sabine, Galveston & N. Western railroads—the latter from Longview are moving this way, and are bound to run slap dab through Jasper. The Train & Lumber Com- pany's tram road is dropping logs fnto tho river at the rate of 500 a day. Austin Allen, the superiiitendant, although quite a young man fs a driver from away back, and is getting more out of the tram than ever before. We are in receipt of Nos." 1 & 2 of the Lufkin Loader, a hand- some 5 column, 8 page paper published at Lufkin,. Hal torn A Christopher do the quill driv- ing for it, and do it well. They talk up old Angelina for all she is worth, and they deserve a pay- ing patron xge from its people. the Beaumont Enterprise: Our Kellie has heard nothing of that j'ig yet, although we Jmve written to the railroad agent every day since y...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 12 October 1887
®1)C News-Bog. Published Every Wtcdxksday Jaspeu, Texas, Oct. 12th, 1887 Who has seed oats for sale? Capt. Allen Neyland has beeu on a visit to Colmesneil. Our merchants doue a rattling ajood business last week. LOOK FOR OUR PRICES IK TUB NEWS BOY NEXT WEEK Settle Brothers The town was deserted Sunday everybody went to Bapiist As- sociation. G. W. Norsworthv will house between 1500 and 2000 bushels of corn, as his share, off oi' his two farms. Mr. Jules Henderson, a prom iiient Colmesneil merchant, was in the city last week, on a visit to his brother D. J. , Parties in Alabama want to purchase two or three hundred acres of land with a mall site on it. Anybody having such a pl ace will.be put'in correspond- ence'by letting us know. • • — * The Methodist church has a new and handsome roof on if, the work of Harry Patterson. It i s a neat jnUund iloes Harry cre- dit. • —— ■ There ain't much boom about Jasper right now, except the busi- ness onr merchants are doing, <but hold your la...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 12 October 1887
®l)e Nnps-Bog, published Every Wednesday J a ps eh, Texas, Obt. 12tu 1887. CLOUDS. BY Kiel MOLME E. MOOBE. Misery springe from much besides truic, And grief from other than sin! Alu, It drives mc wild to &now The things that might have been! He questioned her one shining night, "My love, dost thou love me?" "Why nay," she answering said, but smiled, A smile ho did not see, A smile he did not see, oh Blind! The smile belied her najl • Ob tool, and in that moment Fate Passed on! (Fate makes no stay ) They parted thus; he won his way Along the years; lie gained. The things men sigh for; but with each Fair boon from fame attain^*, He heard that geutle, mpcklng voice; His heart cried louesomely, Its great, dumb cry for want of that One smile he did not see! 8he from her wreathed lat tice leaned; Leaned sighing blind with tears, "Oh give me back ono moment Fate, One ivordl"—So go the yeitrs. It almost drives me wild to see The things that are dally seen, Origf breaking the hearts that...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 26 October 1887
Established IStiS. Entered at the Post Office at Jaif -2^VOL. 23. JASPER, TEXAS, WEj >DAY, OCT. 26, 1887. One Tear, if paid la advance, #1.60 She months, Cash. .75 Three months, Cub, .60 •ad Advbbtisixo.—Citations " t32pi r at the. Rates of ; Specia Notices, to ran Cm Month or Less, will be charged • a Line for First Insertion 10 Cents and 5 Cents a Idne .for Each tlonal Insertion. Addl filRECTORf. V. 8. MAIL TIME-TABLE JASPER TO COMJKSXEIL. Leaves dally (except Sundays) at 9 a.m. Returns " " " at 5 p. m jaspkb to cairo. Leaves Mondays and Fridays at 7 a. m Returns Tuesdays <fc Saturdays at3p. m J ABFKll TO BC&KBVILIiK. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday and Fri- days at 7 a. m. Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- ur.Iays at 3 p m. jasper to hemphill. Leaves Tuesdays* Saturdays at 1 p. in. Rtturns " " at 13 m JASPER TO LEWIS FSIlltY. Leaves Mondays an.l Fridays it 8 a. in Returns 44 44 " at 8 p. m. CHURCHES.. St. E. Church, Month. Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Pr...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 26 October 1887
®tjc News-Bog Jasper, Texas, Oct. 26th, 1887 «. B. B LAKE, B. L KBLLIE. EDITORS. R. B. BLAKE, Business manaobr- Capt. Grant of the Nova Sco- tian schooner Houlette, says he is going to catch seales in Alask- an waters and if any U. S. cutter interferes with him there will be a fight He is arranging a ves- sel for the special purpose of re- sisting the U. S. authority. If the Canadian government does not stop him there will probably be war news from Alaska soon Benj. F. Butler has been re- tained to defend the Chicago anarchists. The retainer is 1500 dollars and the fee for services $250 per day. A considerable drove of cattle and horses passed through town last Saturday, going east. This is reversing the order of thing. Two years ago, Gov. Roberts told the writer that East Texas would be settled up by emigra tion from the West Verily, it looks so. A Philadelphia woman kissed the president, but Grover was not to be caught iu that way a second time. When a St. Louis woman attempted it...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 26 October 1887
V- SNjc Neros-Bog. Pdbushed Every Wednesday Jasfbb, Texas, Oct. 26th, 188? TO THE FARMERS. eW have decided on tho follow- ing prices that will Ue Riven for turn proilaee taken ia payment for M^aoriFtiou*. We do not preload that the article* mentioned will -bri«f fcbt* price in Bwrii; as ia some iMMcei we offer mo e than their preMAt cash mine; baling oar offer on the average value throughout tho year. Coro, per bu..75 Potatoes, per bn .*5 Peat, per bo. ...,..,1.25 to 1.50 Syrup, per gal. .50 Pork, per lb. #5 Butter, per lb. 25 Egga, pcrdoz..10 Chickens, —.... -W t« to Fodder, 100 lbs......,...l.00 Wood, per cord, i -2.50 Tlicre is money in coon skins. They are worth 25cts a peice in Jasper. As ww go t« press the weather beeps getting colder, and indi- cates« freeze. If it does, good bye tn the potato crop. The Comity Farmers Alliance met in town feist Saturday week, but for what purpose we didwfc Isaru- D. B. Hayiu-s and M. C. Sweu* ey, t*x> of Big Creek's prominent citizens, wer...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 26 October 1887
£ a: V ®lje NctDS-Boj). published Every Wednesday Japseb, Texas, Obt. 26th 1887. •'ROCK OP AGES" "Seldom have we read a sweet- er illustration of ihe thoughtless and the experimental way of singing this precious hymn than that which is embodied in the following anoymous verses:" "Rock of Agea, cleft for mej" Thoughtlessly the maiden sung; Fell the words unconsciously From her girlish tongue, Sang as little children sing; Sang an sings the birds In June; Fell the words like light leaves down On the current of the tune— "Rock of Ages, cleft for me. Let me hide myself In thee" Felt her soul no need to hide; Sweet the song as song could be— And site had no thought beside, All the words unheedlngly Fell from Hps untouched by care, Dreaming not they each may be On some other lips a prayer— ••Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself In Thee." • «'Rock or Ages, cleft for me," 'Twos a woman sang them now, Sang them slow and wearily- Wan hand on her aching braw, Rose the song as a storm...