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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 15 June 1887

~ ft <St)e Nftua-860. Published Every W ednksday. .. ... .. Jaspkr, Texas, Jvh e 15ih, 188? .-~-i -.-U The colored people in so trial parts of tlic Stuio are prepaiit.g to cuiebratc Emancipation Day on u grand scitlo. Uritnd H.irtjeeme. The citizens of Jasper and adjoin- ing Counties am invited to attend u Uirbec.no at the S. E. T- College on Friday the 17th mat. To be givon lu honor of the closing of the session. Wasted.—To know the where- abouts of the jiereoiiH names below, or their heirs. David Jewell, who lived in Jas per Connty about 1841 or 1842* Nelson S. Parka. Thomas Urird or Henri Apply u- write to J. T. Baity, Atty. at Law, Jasper, Texas who will give them some valuable information. • — We nro led, from observation to belicvo that there is Imi'div a limit to tho variety and quality of vegi tables tua't can be grown in this county. Wo are in receipt, this week, of a halt bushel of Irish potatoes from Mr. N. 0, Glenn's place on the Walnut Run, six of which, taken} at ra...

Publication Title: Weekly News-Boy, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 15 June 1887

Published Every WednAh^ Jasper. Texas, June 15th j 1$?K m Intuition. Wo Mat, It Is true, very closa on the nofa, My arm? Well, forgive mo, my incrnory*n poOjt, Jlul I verily think that her waist WiiH cut^rcltnr Xtjr tonu thllife' beside whut'she usually >voro. tfhe nfk.fi' "I've boon rya'Ung b©ut Intuition, And Jack, is Intuitive knowledge com#*" I confcs.ed that 1 thought scj, and witl her per. mission J would much like to prove It—Hlie did not oltfec t | said: "tyw r llys Intuit.on ha® told me, Were Hwci't a® new wine, all or which I Relieve. Ami I haatily proved to my own satisfaction ' That this Intuition w:is faultless ind.-ed. — Providence Journal Fun That Farmers IJuvo. There is n popular belief that newspaper men are not posted on farm matters. But this is a snare and delusion. If you doubt jt, read this from the Atohison Globe. It is a frcrjuont saying that the farmer has nothing to do but eujoy himself; that when the blizzards Send in their cards he can draw his chair u...

Publication Title: Weekly News-Boy, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 22 June 1887

[*«* JCatablitthed lftiiii. Entered at the Post Office at Jiispefflfcxus, tin Second-Class Mail matter. 23 Yearn Old ja^VOL. 23. ■ „ 1 JASPER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1887. N0.3^r Subscription and Advertising. One Tear, if paid In advance, $1 SO Six months, Cash. .TO Three months, Cash, . s -60 Adveutisixo.—Citations and Bpccla Notices, to run One Month or Less, will be charged for at the Rates of 10 Ceuts a Line for First Insertion, and S Cents a Line for Each Addi- tional Insertion. DIRECTORY. V. •.■AIL TIME-TABLE- 1887. "1887: Are constantly jeceiving and open- ing a full line of Trusts and Communism. Tho success of the Standard Oil Company has brought forth a brood of trusts and syndicates which are rapidly overshadow ing the country, impoverish ing the people, and threatening danger and disaster. There have followed tho Standard in rapid succession a number of sraallei companies or trusts, the Amori can Cotton Seed Trust to colli CORNERS. I coffee market braced up i yesterda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 22 June 1887

n (Sljc Ncuia-Boji. Jaspeii, Texas, Junk 15th, 1887 Jl. II. BLAKE, editor. It is reported on gooil author ity tliat the liabilities of the mashed cofFco speculators is about $1,000,000. p. -> . Thero were tliosands of cat - load of whoat in transit last week when wheat took its tumble. This wheat was still in the hands of the producers and the loss will of course fall on them, as they will be obliged to sell Another big train Robbery has been committed; this time near Flatonia on the sunset rout about ninety miles from San An- tonio in Fayetto county, making the third ono inside of a month. The pistol law ought to boijcpofvl, ed; if not repealed ignored by travelers. Mr. W. H. Bailey, editor of the Houston Herald received a letter recently, asking him to take an active part in the present cam- paign, and pointedly asking him what was his position on the subject of prohibition ; the fow - lowing is his answer: While the editor is opposed to the prohibition amendment lie docs not p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 22 June 1887

t ®l)c Nttos-Boji. jvbushkd Every Wednesday. Jasi'eii, Texas, .Ii jtb 15ih, 1887 ANTIPROHIBITION MKKTINO. At a medting of tlio citizens of Jasper County held at tho Court IIoubc oi June 17th. at 3 o'clock ji. m., Cirpt. E. I. Kolllc callcil the the meeting loonllor and explained its object to be, tlio organization of tho Anti Prohibitionists. On motion Uiut n County Exec- utive comniitti'o bo organized, Capt. E. l.Kollie was nnaniinotis- ly elected chairman, and It:v. A C. Simras Souretar v . Oil motion of 1£. B. Scale that a committee to draft suitable resold lions bo appointed, the Chainran appointed. K. B. Sealo, O. W. Nors worthy, A, 'L'. Bishop, A. G, Glenn, R. C Jordan, \V,?A Bishop. On motion the Secretary was re- quested to_ jirii'jiarc a roll,- <m<l #B those present who were opposed to the proposed amendment were re-s quested to sign. Tho following gentlemen enrolled their names: E I Kellio W P Miles AV J B Adams W S Wagner J 8 Pry.no JI M'orgart I N Graham L N Jolly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 22 June 1887

h ®l)c Published Every Wednesday. Japseb, Texas, Junk 22ni> 1887. Polly. In a little scarlet klrtlc, With a dewy sprig of myrtln, She comes tripping from the dairy When the dawn liegtns to peep. Where the imowy lambs are skipping And tne swallows gayly dipping She stands with dimpled elbows— I can see her in ray sleep! Ilow her fingers twinkle As she milks! The tinkle, tinkle In the mlik-pail Is delightful, I could listen all the day. Jt sets my heart a-flutter J ust to see her pat the butter, For rolls It and she pats it In a wildly witching way. ■Tis sad to gee the lasses Frown upon her as she passes, But she gives her nay ward curls a toss, The saucy little sprite! Bhe knowB the laddies love her, • For they never fail to hover Like bees around an apple bloom When Polly comes in sight. —Samuel Minturn Peck, in the Home Journal. THIC AMENITIES OF JOURNAL- ISM. Applicable to Extreme Prohibition aud Anti-Prohibition Adrosntes. gurnent, free from prejudice in the statements present...

Publication Title: Weekly News-Boy, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 29 June 1887

r* *1 m.' I Kvtablltihffd 180S. -•-^IC ' ' rxm :: Jjgg —T -T—= "J- - Entered at the Pout Office at Jasper, a* SevimiUGlitxx Mail mailer. - _—: •" 1 — 23 I'eara Oid ^VOL. 23. JASPER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1887. .—- ". .. ■ NO. 5^. ,J Ono Year, If paid la tulvaiico, fl.50 Six mouths, Cash, -75 Three months, Cash, -50 Advehtisiho.—Citations ' and Specla Notices, to ran One Month or Less, will be charged for at the Rates of 10 Units a Line for First Iasortlou, and 5 Cents a Lino for Bach Addi- tional Insertion. $. j.HWWOMPO. - <ip . II. S. MAIL TIJIB-TABLE JA8PEB TO COMIKMEIL. Leaves dally (except Sundays) at 0 a.m lieturns '• . " at 5 p. in JASPP.n TO CAIRO. Leaves Mondays and;Prldays at 7 a. m lietui-usTuesdays JKJatnrdiiys utSSp. m JABI'KH TO nUHKEVIM.Ii. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday and Fri- days at 7 a. m. lU-turus Tuesdays, Thuvsdays and Sat- urdays at 3 p ra. jaspkk to hemphill. Leaves Tuesdays * Saturdays at 1 p. m. lit turns " " at 18 m. JA8PEH TO LEWIS FEBUY. Leaves Monda...

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

3?p: ®l)e Neu)0-§og. Jaspek, Texas, June 29th, 1887 H. B. BLAKE, KDIT0K- Miss Ellen K. Abbott is teach- ing her seventy-third term of school at "Webster, N. II. The failuro of the Fidelity Na- tional Bank of Cincinnatti was ,one of the mos>t discreditable the country has seen for years. Its liabilities aro estimated at $(>,- .000,000, its assets barely $1,500 000. It was represented to have $1,100,000 in cash on hand, but when the bank examiner called for the money it was frankly ad- mitted thero was none. There is no occupation ip Eu- rope which pays so well as that of eatoring to the wants of Amer- icans. More Americans are go- ing to Europo this summer than in any previous summer. It is estimated that 60,000 will visit Europe this year. No wonder England, Germany and France find it so profitable to run steam ships to this country. Paragraphs similar to this go the rounds of the press every year. It is a deplorable fact, that fortunes aro made in this conn try to be spent in...

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

. V ■%asf n t ®l)e News-Bog. pususnkd Evbky Wednesday. Jasi'Kh, Texas, Juxe'29iu, 1887 A very hard rain fell at this place on Sutiday the 20th iust. Mr. N. Boyett from Erin, twelve miles south of here, was in town this week, and reports weather dry and rain Deeded. They did not have tho rain that fell here Sunday. Crops in that section have suffered to some ex- tent. Dots from tho Tram Reporter. Things are moving lively horn Tho company have a new engine on the track, and expect to put in near two million foot of tim- ber {his month. , Thelweatfle^s arj^lfod; tain needed. 4 Tt -if A fresh batch of measles came out last week; your reporter had them; or rather they had him; that's what has been the matter with „ 4 O. ^ Fn PeacUtw. Newton and Jasper District Grange meets with Peachtree Orange on Friday before tho first, Saturday in July. The Alliance will join with the Grangers for the purpose of hav- ing a basket dinner and barbe- cue^ There is to be public speak- ing in the forenoon ...

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

€De Ncojg-iog. Published Every Wednesday. Japseii, Tkxas, Jun 29th 1887, DISASTER, Under her bonnet I kissed lier, Under her bounet ol straw- It would not have not been Btrange.had 1 missed her, For but hall of her v isage I saw. A glimpse of licr chin and her dimple— And her nose showed Its exquisite tip Aitfl It seemed so remarkably simple To carom right there on her lip; And under that mighty poke bonnet I dived for a moment of bliss— You may wager your wardrobe upon it 1 delivered u lightning speed kiss. Yes.undevJher bonuet I kissed hor— And somehow—the bonuet shows how— I found that it wus her Boston-Iiwd sis- ter. • # • # There are two.'girls don't speak to me now. * —Oakland Echoes. The Farmer's (Irish) Gazette gives the followingdifferent ways of treating balky horses, which are recommend for trial: First, pat the horse on the iieck,oxamine;him|carefully,firat one side then the other; If you can get him a handful of grass, give it to him, and speak encour- agingly to him. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 6 July 1887

m jisiabliHhed 1SHX. JjSMered at (ho Post Office at Jasper, Teda, tin .Second-Class Afail matter _^VOL. 23. JASPER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1887. 23 Tiara Ola ——' ■. " ■ -" N0.6^_ Subscription and Advertising. Ouo Year, If iu advanco, $1 60 Six months, Cash. -'S Three months, Cash, .50 AnvBimsiNti.—Citations and Specta Notlccs, to run One Month or Less, will be charged for ttt the Rates of 10 Cents a Line for First Insertion, and 5 Cents a Line for Bach Addi- tional lusertion. DIRECTORY. IT. S.ItlAIL, TIJIE-TABLE* JABTRR TO OOMC*W«U<- leaves dally (cxceptSundays)at 9 a.m Keturus " " " t8 P- m J A8PRH TO CAinO. Leaves Mondays and Fridays at 7 a. m. Itcturns Tuesdays & Saturdays at 3 p. m J.VSrKH TO UUBKBVIU.B. P' Leave^ Mondays, Wednesday and Frl- . .. days at 7 a. m. lli-turns Tuesdays, Thursdays arid Sat- urJays *t 2 ji in. jAsrsa to nitiii'iuAi.. ,' Leaves Tuesdays ft Saturday* at 1 p. ni. Itcturns " ," m .lASl'EB TO' LEWIS VEllBV. Leaves Mondays and Fridays at 8 a. m lie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 6 July 1887

7 L J ®l}c Nnus- ISoj).. Jasi'kk, Tkxas, July 0TH, U. B. BI.AKB, EDITOft. • Tho conviction of tho boodle jildormen, of Chicago, and * the briber, Jako Sharp,of New York, demonstrates the fact that mon- ey can no longer shield a man from crime, oven though lie be a millionaire. Since our last issue another installment oi cars,to the number of five, iias been forwarded to Smyth & Go's tram at Wicss' Bluff, also, another mile of rail road iron, thus making 10 cars in operation'on the tram,with2J miles of railaoad. . With live log cars tho avergo crop per day at this tram was be- tween 60,000 and 70,000 feet; but with tho additional cars,they will average easily 152,000 fcot per day. Tho shingle trade is quiet,and tho cypress crop is ahort^-Beuu' mont Entorpriso. It is tolerably certain that Sec- retary Lamar will be given tno vacant supreme court judgeship. —Houston Post. * ■—IB ■ i Wiw Washington, June 30.—It is estimated at tho department that tho reduction of debt for Juno is ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 6 July 1887

♦ €l\t JScws-titog. PUBLISHED KVKKY JVEDNKSDAY. Jasper, Texas, Jui.y Giij, 1887 The apcciiil guntluy school sorvi- <;iVj the programme of which whs gifwt in our last issue, wtw post- poned on account of imfavorulile weather. Next stiiidity is now tho .day uppointi'(|. Heavy rains foil .Saturday niul Sundsy. Tlio <;roiiii;l was alivtuly wot from previous light rains and llioru li ive liooiv showers' at short interval* si no. This assures tlio corn crop and places later crops on.ti tplupibiv safe footing. - The North West will loeso Jus* j>or coijuty as a cstomer this year, for we will have hug, hominy and ' ' ubundauoo made at 1! 10tntoes in home Dots ftiim Penehtive Jasper, July 4th. 1S8 Tho dinner tit this place on Satur- day was a success, butrir. eould not Ijti culled u 0range and Alliance, dinner,' though they done their l urt to perfection; for all our neighbors brbuglil baskets, boxes, buckets,pails and pans tilled to the brim with almost everything in the lino of eat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 6 July 1887

"i; . tei)c rumashkd Evkuv >V'kdkkm:>ay Japseb, Texas, July Wii 1H87. \V lthont Justification. I came ti|>on her unaware As at her father's gate she stood; t She looked so awcet, she looked so lull' Her rosy mouth looked oh,so good. She gave a little -scream offrlght And pinched my arm, the .saucy little lyiss; Tlieti, seeing there were none in sight, I clasped her close and stole a kiss. One, only oncl I did not oaro To kiss her rosy lips agaiu. I wrung my hands, 1 tore my hair, 1 ground my teeth with awful pain; Her lips were soli, but oh benertb (The words I saitl, they weie a Mil), She held between her pearly teeth A tittle demon of a pin! -Clgcinnati Times-Star The eom- This is the way Col. R. 0. In gorsoll expresses lumsell in re gard to the alleged struggle be tween labor and capital: "Here is a shoe shop. Ono man in the shop is always busy at work din- ing the day—always industrious In the evening ho goes courting some good nice girl. There are five other men in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 13 July 1887

'WSl iblishnd 1808.. _^VOL. 23. One Tear, If paid Ib advance, fl 50 '■ Sis mouths, Cash, .73 Three months, Cnah, .00 advektuiko.—Citations and Specla Motlces, to ran One Month or Less, will be cbursMl for at the Rates of 10 Cents a Line for First Insertion, and ft Cents a Line for Bach Addi- tional Insertion. DIRECTORY. V. S.fllAIL Tl E.*iBtE- jasper TO OOUfiSSSJttti Leaves dally (except Sundays) at 0 a. m. Beturus * "• ** '* W JA8rP.lt TO CAI lO. Leaves Mondays and.Frlday at 7 a. m. llcturns Tuesdays & Satu rdays at 2 p. m jasi'BU TO pimKviiifc Leaves Mondays, Wednesday and F rl- days at 7 a. m. Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- nr lays at 2 p m. jaspeb to iceai'niM.. Leaves Tuesdays * Saturdays at 1 p. m. Ht turns " " M, ' 13 m fiaptkm «'bw18 Leaves Mcndaja«n 1 Fridays at 0 a. m ltetuna " chubciies.. ' TO, E Cliurcli, !«ou«U Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a m. and 7 - 1?. . _V. Prayer meeting every Wednesday niglit. • t; 1 ; Children's meeting every Snd. ami 4th. Sabiiatlis ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 13 July 1887

Stye News-Bog. jarpkk, tkka8, july j3tii, 1887 J{. II. BI-AKE, kditob, The first bale of now cotton was sold in Houston on tho 7tli. jt brought $23J, Mr. W. O. Ellis bonig tho purchaser. Tho Union labor party in Nac- tional polities eanno longer be sneered at as a party; it is al- ready a power in tho land, and is rapidly on tho increase. Even the North American Review,one of tho last authorities to recog- nize such $ depaituro, has been speculating as to its influence ns regards tho old. parties. If it should increase as rapidly as it has been doing for tho past yoar, and carry with it the laboring olomont and suclv other follow- ,',/drift into •W.H or neatif-isa^H tlft?" "WB& aign The city of Houston is fust taking the lead of othor Texas cities for business enterprise. Moro especially is this true with respect to handling the State's produce. There is really no good reason why this city should not handlo the bulk of the im- moiiso cotton crop suro to be gathorod this fall. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 13 July 1887

.. >■ f r Netos-ifyg. - X >> «■-> ^ . • Published Every Wkdkksiuy. J asi'KK, Tisxas, .Iuly i:hu, 1887 U.J...U 1—i .—L_ Elder v. b. Pattomou of l ho district north of iia, and whoso fnmi)y resales at this jilucc, loft for Ilia fiolJ of labor hut saturday. . - uemgious Be*. W. D. liankiti, Stuto Sujit. of the AmoriCan Uiblc Society will oecnpy the pulpit in tlio Method ist Church Sunday, at cloven o'clpck. At night he will hold the anniversary of the Jasper auxiliary. Mr. Bankiu is well known in Jasper as a polished gmtlcyKtii ml forceable .Hjteaker; iu rf the omso he rejiivaenta is ecpruly dear to all christians—the publication of tlio Scriptures without note or comment. Thereforo everybody is cordially invite^. W*T J- F". AreTier. We acknowjedgu with huurflla- tiori arid regret Tiaviiig miulrft se rious mistake in, our,...edition, of July'tltli, by creditlng^ie Beau laont knterprise with it? clipping frqiu thp Eiw| ^oj^I'itisry.. The item refered to was it local giving t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 13 July 1887

ealer in Cftr News-Bog, Published Every Wkdnksjuy jju'seit, 'l'exats july 13tii 1887. KBRP YOUR FL.VQ3. BY Q W, ALKXANDEU Keep your flag, we do not need it" £ml>clni of a nation's woe; '♦'lie worti tliut'H passed, wn will not. Iiood It, Tie bat an echo—let It go. Yen. keep it, let Its folds decay. It's stars ami bars by tl nc dofoeo I Jt but recalls a distant day, When wo wu:o conquered^ not dis- grace.]. Yes, keep it, should thosu tatto cd folds Wave qneo again 'ueath southern sky 'Twould rouse u liumlre.l tliunsand sauis Who 'neath the southern soj now lie. Yuo bought that flag with pain and toil, And blood or heroes true and br..vc; No more 'twill flaunt o'er southern soil, Qn southern flelds no more 'twll wave, ar f L ■ Cptd are the southern hands who bore 11, The bravest of the deathless bravo 8t\ll are hearts In death who wore It In many a lone and nameless grav e- Yet still within the Southron's heart The stars and bars are fast engraven, Ajnd he who from the flag wou Id p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 20 July 1887

mwmtmtammm i> -i -m imtutit j-.mWil ■Hz •* at - '.'it KJ !"■'!«• ftwa-iw rTTFlT imn KxtnblltihMl lHiift Wot Entered at (he Vont Office at Jasper, "i Mail mutter. 23 1'mw JASPER, TEXAS, WED0 , JULY 20, 1887. JuI'-LJ NO. 7^. Subsc Ono iftelr, K Vat't in-WtWaftc'e,' i'l 50 " MEDICAL FALLACIES. J A SILI.Y NOTION IN UKOAKl) TO INACTION OF THE LJVKR ncccaa tun few wo e increase in tho taken, say," by a t tho bile losei all seriously. IMf PAU.ACY. n beyond dispute as ealomcl and Wurk For Democratic Lenders Wo rtro very glad to tiiat ilio Democratic 'leader^ congress hnvo'at last resize.! Hie necessity of agreeing upon some plan by which' tho majorU yJn the^Jiojng^ 0f represent*- ma - m (flit months, Cash. perceiv in , Cash, Three A \\ arninjj Aguinxt ".Spring Mcdl- cinp," "Liver Invlgorators" cud "Blood Purifiers.'—Quinine us a It*::**;: .| j. j. jif^ngfw t, op Anrp.iMititk.—fetation* uti*' Spocia Notioes, t ran One lint) 5 fsfiiv, ft* msf. flftUM-uf Friend and uh a Foe It(Is a popular ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 20 July 1887

— ■ , - ■>' mmti '#tfY\ "m- . 1 -r «V ->== ®tje News-Bog Jasper, Texas, Jply 20th 1B87 p. b .blake, Jfike Sharp hps been sentenc- ed to four years imprisonment in Sing Sing._ ___ Stock monof the \yest ?.re dis- couraged aud disgusted at the 'low price of the beef market of Kansas City. Z •Tbe fanners of $orib Texas are holding up jthe/r wheat as the millers will only give 00 ct?. pet bush,oh Louisiana is as badly qtirred up over her gubernatorial .con- gest aa'JVipas is over the pyohi anti-prohibition. l.stter from Rev. A- C. SI nuns, Replying to Eld.W.C.Soutljwetl and others. Town Bluff, Tex., July 7, 1887. Editor News-Boy.—Were I to at- tempt to answer through your col iimys all tho objections uiado to my letter in your issue of June 15 ou .title sybj^ct of prohibition, you,; woiij.1 have to enlarge or I would , monopolize your entire sheet, Which , Ido.noi wish to do. After mature I deliberation, my judgement forbids my making any reply whatever, but still I wish to show re...

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