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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 11 May 1887

.leicH 3 it at if W,fK €1)t News-Beg, Published Ever * Wednesday. Jaspkb, Thas, May IItu, 1887. Weather warm, with iudicu lions of nlki;" Fish tire now being caught out of Sundy CrcMik in large numbers. The crops of this section are in excellent condition, and far- mers generally well up with IheiJ work. Judge W. H. Ford arrived Saturday from Orange where t-JUe has been for the past three reeks holding the distirt court mt place. ■. - * . .. t "<'i i The quarterly meeting at Peach Tree was largely attend cd by our town people; a'plenti- ful dinner was on the ground, prepared by the hospitable peo- ple of that neighborhood. J Subscriptions to the Nrws-Boy nan lie paid la the produce nf tlic farm aud <l lry. We offer the following prices, subject to chan^'. Corn, per bbl.. Peas, per bns'icl, Grown chickens, Frying chickens Butter, per lb. Kggs, per Uoz., $1.00 1.50 .80- .15 'j Li j itoi aat Bacon, per lb., , . j Hides ard pctwy, the market price1 , Sintfi payiLcnts must bo deliv...

Publication Title: Weekly News-Boy, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 11 May 1887

(Sl)c Nctos-Bog. Published Every Wednesday. Jaspkh, Texas, May lint, 1887 (Conti uud from first j .;o.) other court, and ill civil cases such jurisdiction shall bo exercised without regard to tiiiy distinction tatweon law and equity. Contest- ed elections and other special eas- es, where tho right to resort to the courts arises only out of legislative action, may ho fefcrred by the leg islatnre to the district court, or other tribunal, with or without tho i;ight of appeal to the supreme court as may bo prescribed by law. Section 24. The district coert shall have appellate jurisdiction and supli control over tho inferior courts and tribunals 111 the county as may be prescribed by law. Section x'5. Tho district courts, and tho judges thereof shall have powcr„to issue the writ of habeas corpus, and to render judgment thorerti, either in vacation or term tinjo- to issue They shall al8Q liavo c<nycr i writs~ OT manaanins, jn* i'unction, certiorari and all writs nown to the law which m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 18 May 1887

ft ' •<«, -• f «fK=. ■■ ft % *?"• wl , Entered at the Post Office at Jasper TT~ Mail matter 22 yearn Old One Year, K paid lu aflvta< • '• ■* Six months, Cash, . # .'(,•*• X«it. . Three months, Cusb, .SO it tii Advektisino.—Citations a Notices, to ruu One Monljb oi-Lefet, will be charged for st ibft Rates of 10 Cents a Line for First Insertion, imd 5 Cents a Line for Addi- tional Insertion. gj , _ ,D V. 8. M JASPER TO colmwsw1.. . Leaves dally (except Sundays) at 0 a. ill. ltetnrns « , •'" at 5 p. hi jasprll to c-ubo.',-. . i licaveg Mondays andlFridays at 7 a. m, lteturns Tuesdays & Saturdays at 2p. nt JASPEll TO bubkbvili.b. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday and Fjfi- days at 7 a, m., ... ... ,, llcturns Tuesdays, Thurs<Iays an<( Sat- urdays at 2 if ra. jaspbb to Leaves Tuesdays * Sutu rdays at 1 <N*fPi lteturns " • . ;>t ;• i«*t 18 {pv jasper to j.EWI8 feiihy. ., ; J>aves Mondays aud Fridays ,it 8 a. iji m JASPER, TEXAS, WEDN] MAY 18, 1887. %*--% XUT. I; ;-v „ ^ *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 18 May 1887

®t)f NuDS-iOg. Jasi'BB, Texas, May. 18th, lStf? a n. BLAKE, EDITOR- Indications of oil were discover- ed at a depth of £08 feet in the Galveston artesian well. The fulling in of a portion of the roof of the new oupitol in a loss to the contractors of ubotit 15,000. . Queen Kapioliuii, of Hawaii,, is the only Qufeen that lias cross- ed the White House threshold.— Tiroes-Democrat. The boycott is never justified by any circumstance. It is cow- ardly and and unfair, criminal in its intentions and deserves to be condemned. —•Houston Post ."Double the size at first in- tended is what the new Southern oil mill will be. Just think of , J being invested in Houston in one enterprise alone.—Houston P03t. Among all the war articles yet given to the public, Sher man's reply to Wolseley stands out conspicuous for its weakness What a difference between it and the article of Jefferson Davis. Houston Post. The labor movement in our politics gr w out of a feeling among intelligent voters, by no means...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 18 May 1887

Mr JLljt Ncwb-Bsj. PUBLISHED Evrr.' Wednbsbay* J asi'ku, Tr*A.a, MAY 18TH, W8T It hus been too common hereto^ fore in hitnlitiji off defunct aniiftals t!i«t linvodiod .-ibout town, to leave litem so ocnr ihe public road and to people a residences, as to make it ii misilenic.Jior ;ii the eye of the law. Those having animals to haul off heflfctfter1 would do welt to be moro oaret'nl; as tho law will Lo enforced, and indictments found against such offenders, i NOTICE. To the PAfBON'9 of Shel« BY ScHOOt COMjutiXITY IjTo. 50. —The summer term of tho pub- ]ic school for this community will open on the 80th of May 1887, according to ftrdqe. of tho t rusteos. Ij ut Saturday and Sunday the Methodist. Church (colored) held their anual conferenc at this place. We have not had an opportunity to get paricnluM of the work. Some disappointment wit felt by tho colored jroojilo on a> couiit of the nouarrival of Bishop Robe, who tvas confidently expected. Subscriptions to the News-Eoy can be paid ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 18 May 1887

Wm % t tl)tTKitffiasjTOs PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY- Ka^^UCMiof 18fg, 1887 (Conti .<lo4 from Bret p ge.) otlicr conrt, nnii In civil l-bbcs aucb iiuisdictioii Ehall be exfroised without rognra t0 ,ia.T tll8t'nction between law a lid equity. Contest- ed elections mid other special ens., es, where the right to resort to the courts urises only out of legislative action, may be referred by the legf islatnro to Uie distriqt cotirt, or other tribunal, with or without the right of appeal to the supreme court as may be prescribed by law. Section 24. '1 lie district court shall have appellate jurisdiction and such control over the inferior courts and tribunals in the county .is may Ijq prescribed by law. Section 35. The district courts, and tho judges thereof shall have power to issue the vmt o£ habeas corpus, and to render judgment therein, cither in vacation o;- term time. They shfkH also have power to issue writs of mandamus, in- junction, certiorari and all writs known to tho law which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 25 May 1887

vi f,*! a c «it oj J" JlBtiolo tqam no" firnijtl ' "iiiiihuaa >ii4n'i ' Six Wit lit*?* v> 3 x\+m * T^*i. -*f* «*** r. .- *«*. iH^Ukiinutoj Entered at (he J'ost Ogive at Jitspk PER, TEXAS, WEI *' ah> ipf j orlt^.lii iadi fcati riijd ,pax T .mwl ■awMBi <%►,.! HAJH .a it o«.f sm ■a.■■>&.■<{* (!i.Tf !«,i-i tn te oJo( l¥9£'-*fis>J tsm'mmh 888 #.{J'K> Pi QIMiwa Amendment* to the UtmNtUuttoii passed by the 20th (.'*1 l<eurisl«ture. N ,L*~(IL J. It. No. a) Joint Ilcailutioi) to amend .Section 20 of * ' State' Consutu- Stil sui 7T!>«(Ti 'T/l7: ftfigtsT 'x'mtUVluths Mill flint Mr Jrin&ei drtj&toxi: il'jd ■'"* JpArticIo 10'of the tioi. f.' iSkctiox 1. He it resolved by ihe " '^Legislature of the State of Texas: .That Section 20 of Article 10 of ;thi! Constitution be so amended as ijjto read as follows, to wit; &ECT10X 20. T1 BWII DAY,JWAY2^188?. . ttTfroHf sirry of tho state (tp JASPER TO COI.UE8.NEIL. Leaves dally~(eice\it Sonttaysjutiliirm, L<...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 25 May 1887

T /! \ \ V ' €i)t Nova-Bog. Jaspsr, Tms, MAT. 90TH, 1887 a B. BLAKE, 0i the 833 American colleges 155, pronounce Latin by the Ro- man method, 144 by the English and 34 by the Continental .^Jay Gould states he wiU build 600 more miles to the Missouri Pacific this year.—Beaumont Enterprise. Washington, May 13.—Jus- tice Wood, of the United gAtes supreme court, died a few arimjfeafter 1:20 o'clock to day. bra„ ^ for tho next gixty day& Houston Post. CbM.J. Faulkner, the new mi aaoomplished scholar and one of the youngest men ever elected to the United States senate. The Florida Legislature bos spent the entire seesion thus far trying to elect a U. 8. Senator; and now, as tho session draws to a close they begin to talk of a dark horse. Gov. Throckmorton has come out in a letter to Hon. Barney Gi^i against prohibition. ie ablest and most eloquent documents that has appeared on either side. We understand that the old man Conner says he thought he was flighting citizens, that had he En...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 25 May 1887

=~ Pvmusmp fiyskf Wpwwmy. X Jahvuh, X*xajj, Mat £4n,ld87. ;■• ■ lii j~ Tin? tfn^ ctfrpjtt Jasper County. The waoaptig-vngh w spread J, ,.•, >i.*w" l j j;.'. Ja^mr.xXb«Mk . milroad to cari7 «ff the reep - > V ^ol|< Wops are usual. 'w ( ;■ m tf-Z Thvougfe the kindness of Hon. Jtio. H. Hecgnn, we are in rpyipC of tbe nnfesage and docoweuts torn X tiio tat acaaion of .6 ( our last weeks issue, in com tnentitig on the Tiinea Democrat ^ editorial on long leaved pine, imu^erteitfy i f*M' t#r '• bui'dijjg d -.-ffensBi* Pinna Sylvestrns, when *c should have said Pjaus Pnluatris. .4, _* Misses Wutsou and Oli pKifl, . _--Sg> irOTpt W1' jaSpor. The young I .dies expresses fkem aelv'es -.s nighty pt ?n* -1 wlii , f'ae glimpse they bad of our row i and vicinity. ~ Siil men am1 >.d buyers are pro?pect;i g tb:s "ecf.frn o? the conq*ry. If "mj Tan'- ?heip land Jf^>CT<SJun?yTor timber of every kind. NOT1CK. t 31*.* A oarefnlly aelected stock of fine pocket cutlery always on band ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 25 May 1887

! >- ^ligrM 4 -v". \ \ *v_. otl$r WnT^Sna WciVil eiisca such jltlW&fluf'Vtintt be cxcfciscd it'Woai Wjrtfd'tb jfcif distinction Between l*w mul- court/. Oohtect- td'61cotM fiS mid #tfior special efiH- et, wberetliorii'ht to resort to the ptturts ariies only owt of legislative Hctiony'Hiny bo referi'ed by tho leg islutnro to the district court; or pther tribuutt4-, with or without the right of appcul to the supreme SfcfetHm %4; district court pliall have appellate jurisdiction and such control over the inferior Section 35. The district courts, "and the judges thereof shall have therein, either in vacation or term time. They shall also havo power lUisrftte-mftmlumus, ins junction, certiorari ami all writs JcnowtttathfljiVME ybiph wy be necessary to the cxcrciso of their jurisdiction or to enforce the same Section £6. Any district judge difclttuvepowerXo hold s spfeuiaf tor n Qourl i" a!1^ county of his dinr^t, uqder suuti circumstances auu in sucn inanner as m#y be directed by ...

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

- *• . v„ • v i t u*he<i inns Entered at the PoU Office al Jasper, JASPER, TEXAS, WED One Tear, If paid In advoace, 81s months, Cash. Three months, Cash, '■' ' ' ' ~ f : ' * J v - - '■ Advebtmiko—Citations and Specla Notlccs, to run Oue Month or Lew, win be charged for at tlie Rates jot 10 Cents a Line for First Ii nail Q Cents a Ltue for Each t'.uual Insertion . DIRE «***tr— JASPBB TO OOI.MKHXEIL. Leaves daily (except Sundays) at 0 a. m lteturus u " " at 5 p * H JASPKIt TO CAIRO. Leaves Mondays andtFrldays at t a. m lteturns Tuesdays & Satu nlays at 2 p. m J.UPBK TO llUltKEVH.LR. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday ar.d Frl days at 7 a. m. lteturus Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- t ur Jays at ii p m. JASPER TO UKUPHILI.. Leaves Tuesdays h Saturdays at 1 p. m lltturns « " at IS JASPGlt TO MCWIS FK11RY. leaves Mondays and Fridays at 8 a. m lteturus " " ' " at 01p.m. CIIUBCHE8. M. E. Chansk, Matk. Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a and 7 |>. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Children...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 1 June 1887

ft i , ®l)c Ncu)0-|5oj). -—-— 1 ■ >'m 1 ■ Jaspkk, Texas, June 1st, Prohibition Colnm n I*.Pro>rfWtt««n 8ncccs i Knnsna I, ■: - —w * : n Wo.fii^in some of ourcxoliaftg ce the following two •tatwmcnts, Suit is to bo bfougfit againHtK°^i>'<J";, -A- M"rtin' uow ... - - - - ■ - - Guvorner of Kansas, bearing on 1887, —r* R. B, BLAKE, ■£: EDITOR. Jay Gould and Itussel Sage for Sfj.OOOjOOO, the piaiin growing tmtK f the consolidation of£tlie Pacific j-oafla Key West, J£la,,M#y 24 -Thc fii#L case of yellow fever resulted fatally. Mr. Halter was llie victim. He was burled this morning. His wife also died this morning of the same dis- ease.—Houston Post. A Washington correspondent hints that the British holders of Virginia bonds will demand payment cit' the United Slates. The same corres- pondent intimates .that Mr.lilaine favors tho scheme, and the oorres- ijOffdent might have added that, therefore, Mr.Blaine expects to re- ceive Virginia's electoral vole.-Post Tho now process rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 1 June 1887

I 1 I PVBU^P y? fpwsu^'. ja^FR^('i'bsa8, JUS* j ST, 1887. Partial'tihiowcra arc faffing daily ia'thy \icjuity.!,. Wo have reliable reports from lioiiriy every part of the county to the effect that crops are unusually forward aiid inline condition. Tlio oommnnicatiun from Bnrk- viNs that appeared last Week, was, byii mistake of'tliii printer, dated wrong. Tho proper d'utq was, U y W6 «t arc P ,v ^ ,, x-rt i* ..._ iViidgr oljligatjops to W/lty '#,hite for a'.dish of beautiful, white olwur iionoy i« die coin])j apparently just; taken from tho gunr. Mr. J. it. Byorly from the northern part of Pcachtroo setlc- roont, report^ crops, iu fine edi- tion,.fciifStiiftlUi tile re'* WilPb'o a largo surplus of norn made. * '1 * .S'Ol'W ' f ProfTN. Fulton of Peach tree, paid, any,office^a wait lust Saturday Ilareports tlie cr ipsj.of liliab see. tion, corn more especially, M fine oouditkm ,«ud two; to; three weeks earlier-Ulanusual; , u Pomona Grange Meets With Peachtrco Grange, on Friday bo forJj...

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

©I)t News-Bog- Published Every Wkdnehbay Jasper, Texas, Juke 1th, 1887. Mural Vewos—For Children- The ostrich U a foolish bird That lives on Handy plains. He,a noted for Ills feather,s but He,s not renowned fur brains. For when the wily hunters conic To make of hlnj their prey, lie spreads his wlnss and swiftly runs A wile or so nway, Till finding that he,a close pursued By all the crnel band, lie stops and hides his foolish head Among the brush and sand. The rest of him, of coorsc, meanwhile Is all exposed to view; And he gets caught. I think that he Is very dull—Dou^ you ? MORAL Now, children dear, this lesson (earn. You,11 find it worth your pains: Fine feathers always make flue birds. But they cau,t compute with brains. —Lolllavllle journal' acwanue speech. What a Georgia Editor Knows and Tells About Farming. , Editor Gantt, of the Banner- Watch man,was called upon for a speech a few days ago at a Grange meeting in Banks county, to which he replied in his usual facetious style, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 8 June 1887

1 Established tiHUf. -^VOL. 23. Entered at the t'oH JASPER, TEXA^ 11187. One Year, If paid la advance, f 1.50 Six months, Cash, * .78 Three months, Cosh, ,60 A m-EitTiaisio.—Citations and Special Notices, to ruu Om Month or Leas, will be chamd tor at the Hates of I in rw. tt Line far First Insertion, f a Line tor Rich Addl- 10 Ceu ts mid S tlonnl JASFKR TO COLMKSNEtl*. Leave* dally (exceptSundays)at 0 a.m. Ueturns " " " at 5 p. m | JASPRn TO CAIKO. Leaves Mondays aml4Frldays at 7 a. m. I Kctunis Tuesdays & Satu rdays at 3 p. m | J.\8#EB TO DUItKEVIM.B. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday and F rl- days at 7 a.m. Keturns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-1 ur Jays at 2 p m. JASPBB TO UKMI'IIIM.. Leaves Tuesdays & Saturdays at 1 p. m. I Returns " " at 12 m. | JASriCR TO I.EWI8 KF.UUY. Leaves Mondays and Fridays at 8 a. m I lieturns. " " " at fl;p. in. | CHURCHES. HI. E. Church, South. Preaching every Sabbath at 11 and 7 j\ m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday ] night. Children's meeting every 2n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 8 June 1887

' *} \ It ®l)c Nems-liSoj). Jasi-ek, Texas, Juwe 8th, 18s7 a 15. BLAKE, EDITOR. There lias hfcen forfeited to the Government 100,000.000 iiic'rca-of land by tho failure of corporations to comply with tlio conditions of tlicir ehartera. This if equal to the teritory now in- cluded within the, four middle states, and tho six New Kngland States. -■ The last bonds that arc cub- ject to Government call at its option liavo boon called in, and now thq surplus > revenue will accumulate "unchecked until Congress devises some means for stoping tho influx. It is the opinion of some, that an extra session will have to be • called, to prevent.financial embarrass- >.,« i.,,,,;,,,,.,. „,4.tho.expressions-in of diftnocrats desire to vote for this amendment as an "isolated Prohibition Cot imin Kstruct Prom Dr. Carroll's Letter to Gov. h. .S ltoss, Answer ins; Ills Lei' ter to Harnett Gibbs. In leaving out so much of this letter wo fool that it. is mutilating sonic grand, beautiful and per- fec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 8 June 1887

A ®lje JJttoa-Bog. Published Every Wednesday. Jasper, Tkxas, Jcne 8ih, 1887 We had lieuv.y rains on the 3d imU 4th extending probally over a large scope oi eonntrv" In our description of the big turnip last week we s:iid tweuly seveu inches in diameter when twenty seven inches in cironm/er- enoo wna meant. Judgo Ford has heea quite sick for the past several days. IIo was taken with malarial fever while holding court at Beaumont, and was forced in consec|uenoe to relin- quish his duties at that place. The Court, however, was left in good hand*, J< P. Lanier Esq. taking ciiargo as special jmlgo. At the prosenb writing Judgo Ford is iniicli belter, and though still weak thinks ho will be able to resume bis dulifxf at thc Woqdvillo court. PROOUAMMK. Commencement.Exercises of The S. E. T. Male and Female College. ! H : • •- I Public exercises begin Juno 14. Tuesday night.—Dialogues and Tableau*. . Wednesday night—Recitations by young ladies, and calisthenics. Thursday night.—Declamati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 8 June 1887

1 Ii ®l)e Nnxjs-Stey. Published Eveuy Wednesday. Jabi'EK, Tfxas, June 8th, 1887. Contributed. The Truth in Love. As 1 board the train, And she (lies amain, Whan toilio fin-, far west I'ni bound, Wo'vo nunglit to do, But to silently view, Thin«s transpiring iiroi.nd. They're off and on tit every stag'', From the bnbo of u mouth to lioury age; The rustic from the piney woods, Tho smiling nuss, tlie gal lant dude. I'm glad they conld not read my luoughtB, Though now I will confess, The thing that took my oyc tho moBt Was tho way tho ladies dress, What a great mistake Tho Lord did make When he took tho rib from the aide? When he plaood the pock 0 d the camel's back, Instead of on Adam's brido, Then ho gave hor a for ehcad smooth and broad Whore beauty and intellcot glow; But says by her acts, Not so, my Lord, For there's where the hair to grow" When folds and frills and tncks are made, And a high-crowned hat adorns her head; j Hor waist must bo trim and quite small too, And a three inst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 15 June 1887

r / Ji 5 * * (? o* ^va 1 T iU in vt*iv iowi [ S-vtz/ mi-MM* #'14> I *11 iao>i ifrt Ul - f <*' # ** .Vi t«4<t AmU yifi Ifii —t 4jii (t Pimm EuUrqtl ut this Post Otfibb alia \ a# Second-Class Mail matter 28 Years Old -. \ «* 1a > •*. S5U & • •hi, ^rTT^sr^rir^ Subscription mi Advertising. ± J,9llw One Year, If paid in advance, f 150 a Six moptha, Cash. - ,y_ >«jt •"8 Three montiis, Cash, ' ' * i: . -50 • ii.','*, ■ TfoM^vW ***• ' * Auvehtistno —Citations awd fpecln Notices, to ran, One Month Qr will be charged l*or at iho Rates of 10 Cents a line for Flrw Insertion, mid 5 Onto a Llua tor Eticji Addi- tional Insertion. DIRECTORY. IT. 8. MAiL TIME-TABLE* JASPER TO COLMESSEIL. Loaves daily (exccpt Sundays) at 1) a.m lictarns " " " at 5 p. m JASPER TO CAIJIO. Leaves Mondays anil.Frldays at 7 a. m. Ileturns Tuesdays & Saturdays at2 p. B}, JASPEH TO DUBKKVJI.I.B. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday and Fri- days at 7 a. m. Ileturns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat' , ur.lays aM3 p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 15 June 1887

®l)e Neu)fl-Boj). Jasper, Tkxas, June 15th, 1887 r. b. blake, EPITOK. The Texas Stute Teachers As- sociation will meet in Dallas on June the 25th. Both sides of our continent have been shaken byeartbquakes this year. It is a source of no little comfort to be a dweller of the interior. The Nkws Boy is in receipt of the Colonel, a n^w humeroua pa- per published at Austin, with Ike Philkins, (Mr. Wm. A. Bow- man) one of the best known newspaper men of the country at its head. Maj. Ben: Perley Poore, ono of the best known newspaper cor- respondents and biographical writers in,the country, died at the National Capital June 5th aged 67 years. Gov. lioss lias withdrawn Cnpt. Scot's company from East Texas to look after the train rob- bers in middle, and North West Texas. The Governer is also off- ering rewards for their arrest. In the Galveston municipal election R. L. Fulton's majority was 292 over all the other can- didates. The aldermanic citizens ticket was successful over the democrat...

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