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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 24 August 1887

*8 MstabliHhed 186*. ^VOL.23. Entered at the Post a# SecontlmOlass Mail matter. jJL, jj — JASPER, TEXAS, WEDNEWj^Y, AUGUST 24, 1887. g3 Years (Hd NO .12^. Subscription and Advertising. One Tear, if paid In advance, f 1.50 &% montlis, Cash, .75 Tbrec months, Cash, .50 Avvbrthuno.—Citations ; and Spccia Notice*, to run One Mouth or Less, .will be charged for at the Rates of 10 Cents a Line for First Insertion, and 5 Cents a I/inc for Bach Addi- tional Insertion. DIRECTORY. V.jfcMAfg. TIMB-IABMB--,.- JAWXS TO COV,*B^SBIJ,. jLeavcs dally (exccpt Sftedaja) at 9 a. m. Returns " 1 " ■" at 5 p. m usena TO Cijiuo. IjOMcs Mondays and,Fridays at 7 a. m. HeUr^ Tuesdays & Saturdays at 2 p. in JA8PBI1 TO BUIIW.VII.I.B. LcaTca Mondays, Wedne*4ny and Fri- days at 7 a. m. Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- arjays at 2 p m. iJASPB* TO ilElIFniLI,. Reaves Tuesdays* Saturdays at 1 p. m. jiitturns " f. * St 12 ra. JASPER tO LEWIS KKBHY. Leave; jyiomijLya o^i Fridays at 8 a. m tf*i$ms " " *te.j...

Publication Title: Weekly News-Boy, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 24 August 1887

®1)t News-Bog Jasi'eh, Texas, Aro. 2 4m 1887 B. B: BLAKE, > { EDITORS B. L KELUE.) R. B. BLAKE, Business manaoeic Austin has lutd no rain since Jtine 8th. 94,230 is now the majority and 32 counties yet to hear from The homo rulers, or Gladstone followers, are again winning vic- tories and gaining ground in En gland. Senator Vance is reported us saying: "All I know ubout fi- nances is that it takes two bet- ter names than mine to get money out of a bank. The Ute Indians are giving trouble again in Colorado. They ties and'tne military is now held ill readinoss to act. The Austin Statesman says that the colored people of that section have been seized with a mania for emigrating to Califor- nia. It will probably bo similar to tho Kansas exedus of several years ago. Wc are in receipt of a cata- logue from the Conyngton Busi* ness College at Galveston and Houston. This institution has b*en liberally patronized here- tofore and well deserves the pat- ronage of all who desire to be- come...

Publication Title: Weekly News-Boy, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 24 August 1887

®l)t Netoa-Bog. Publishkd Evsbv Wedkesday Jasper, Texas, Aug. 24ih, 1887 Capt Kollie is on a business trip *o Newton county this week, llisj jooata will no doubt bo missed, but At will euly be for tliis week. ' .*• — In anticipation of the liurd work And dicipline of school time, the young poodle arc having a general round of pleasure, such as rocep-j iions. reunions, picnics, parties etc. Pat Booncy was bciorc J ustice JJelk Saturday, charged with strik- ing his wife over the head ^with a stick. iPat was bound over to ap - pear before the district court. (Col. 1*. Kentro sends us word ithat ho tried to cut a polonaise by the rocipe published last weok, but ho -didn't know to lot go tho gib, therefore made a failure. Yes, if you let go tho gib right it must fit. How much uicer our court house would look, if the^qnaro was dears ced off, it nice fence around it and planted in 'flower*. How it would attract the eye of tbe stranger, and .add a hundred per cent, to the good name Jasper h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 24 August 1887

®lje Nmis-ISoj). published Every Wednesday .Tapser, Texas, Aug. 34tii 1887. "GOING FOR THE COWS" Long before tho crimson sunset Flashes on the farmliouse panes; Long before the misty purple Down the distance valley wanes; Wistful eyes are looking fleldwards While the patient grandma sews And the old clock on the mantel, Tic, tic, tic, so drowsy goes' "Dear mo, Jenny," cries thejgrandma, QWlth her specs above her brows; 'Do be quiot, it's so early, Lots of time to fetch the cows!" Shndpws lengthen down the mountain, And the swallows wing their round; Scarlet sunlighVlllashcs brlgntly, • O'er the daisy laden.ground. Anxious eyes are at the window Looking down the meadow lane; Tiny Angers softly tapping On the kitchen window pane- "Bless me, Jenny," calls the grandma, ii.. ;«■>, I 111 nil 1li~ house Do go, If you can't be quiet- Go at once and fetch the cows!" Light the steps that bent the cloyer, Tripping o'er the meadow wide! Two wero meeting there togeaiher, Talking softly, side ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 31 August 1887

• " . .> ,' />"' ■ • .'." r• '*. - •• v. ■-*:■.'■ ^-"■,ra«;: '■ ■># " .■ • ■ Jtetablishett 18US. , -j *•«■« ■■■'■ ' ' at Ihe Post Office <?f Via isfit "' S Second' Class Mmi matter, .aaVOL. 23. JASPER, TEXAS, WEDNMDAY, AUGUST 31, 1887. itS yearn Old NO. 13^tL l: - Subscription and Advertising. One Year, If paid Id advance, 91.50 Six months, Cash, .75 Three mouths, Cash, .50 ADTEBTjsnfQ—Citations and Bpccia Notices, to run One Month or Less, will be charged for at the Hates of 10 Cents a Line tor First Insertion, and 5 Cents a Lino for Each Addi- tional Insertion. "A DIRECTORY. V. S.QAIL TimG-TABLE- ... .4A8PBB TO CSWiWSKH. . . " iSsaverdally (cjtceptSundays) at 0 a. m. Returns •" " " at 5 p. m JASPEll TO CAIRO. , Leaves Mondays and Fridays at 7 a. m. llcturns Tuesdays & Saturdays at 3 p. m JASPKlt TO BUKKBVIM.B. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday and Fri- days at 7 a. m. Boturus Tuesdays, Thursdays anil Sat- urdays at 8 p m. JASPEXt TO JJEMFIIII.I.. Leaves Tuesdays a Saturday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 31 August 1887

®!)c Xaus-Boi] Jaspeh, Tkxas, Ato. 31st 1837 R. B. BLAKE, ' | EDITORS. E. I. KELL1E:> R.J1J. BLAKE, BUHIKESS MANAUEH- Galvestou is to liavc au oloc lion on the 26th of Sept. to de- cide whether the city shall be taxed to build a sea wall. The merchants of Galveston are having trouble with the Mai lory Steamship lino, which, it seems, has raised freights from Now York 50 por ccnt. Tho Rnownothing party is being reorganized in several states.. Some of its principles are good, but it is too late now to over succeed in putting them in force. Tho Dallas Morning News is one of tho Blue hen's chickens and fcho old lady is justly proud of it. Now and then, the young lady comes out with more sail than her mama, but for solid worth the old lady holds her own. The papers all over tho South are inviting President Cleveland to visit their respective cities. What Jasper wants is a few of those ten million dollar widows to visit her and let somo of our boys capture them. Then we'd boom,you bet!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 31 August 1887

m fl)t Neros-Ocm. Published Every WedXesday w- jaspku, Texas, Au«. 31ih, 188? the m f Judge Whito ia busy with tsohool teachers.. . Wiley Rigsby bus sold his pas- ture to Charlie Lanier. Wo are right glad to goo Mr •Eugeuo Ganchau homo on a visit. . County Treasivror McFarlane litis 11 ice .£at of book?, and tliey aro vwcll kept ' Wild grapes and muscadines arc iripo aud lota of folks aro making Svioe. An U. S. postoflico inspector was -1n town fussing around terribly on Monday. •Trout are "striking" fino now, ^and our nimrods aro having high ,old sport. Bro. Prico has boon Buffering rwith a boil, and ho was justly mud fWitb all mankind last week. A nice rain in town and vicinity <pn Thursday last didg&e cane aud potato crops lots of good. Savers! of.our farmers who have ^gathered corn, say tlnit it has turn, cd out evon better than it looked. TL'lse \yorms have hatobed out an- .qtber crop, and all who have tried ^havo killed tucm withparish grecu. The Ne)V3 Boy is glad to.lu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 31 August 1887

t] w <Ei)c Xixys-Boy. l'UJDUBUED JtVliliY WEDNESDAY Jai'seh, Texas, Aug. 31tu 1887. iaW. l. it. ADAMSid JASPER, .. TEXAS Trimmings acrlption. \J I T can live nt Y I II money a v 1 V_/ v_/ thing else ONE OK THE SLEEPY KIND X loyc to wake at early dawn, When sparrows "cheep"— ,\nd then turn over with a yawn And go to sleep. j love to sec the rising buu— In picture books, In nature I don't care a bun IIow Phcebus looks. I love to lie abed each, morn, In dreamy dozo, And make the neighborhood forlorn With tuneful nose. 1 love to draw the blaukets well Up around my chin; I tote to hear tne brokfast bell— Confound its din! In short I love the sweet embrace Of slumber deep; And heaven—to mo —will be a place Whorb I .can sleep! —Somcrvillc Journal- Tiie Diet ot Strong Men Tho Roman soldiers who built such wonderful roiuls, mid carried a weight of armor and baggage that would crush the avcrago farm hand, lived on course brown baoad and sour wine. They were tem- perate in diet, and regular...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 7 September 1887

(C*t«*lUh4>d 1/UjJS, Entered at the Post Office at J« , at Second'Class Mail matter. 23 Years Old j^VOL. 23. JASPER, TEXAS, W^DIffcSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1887. NO. 14$0e. Subscription an< Mvtrtisiflf. One Year, If paid in advance, $1.50 81 x mouths, Cash. .75 Three months, Cash, ,50 ADVHKTfiuxe.—Citations aud Specia Notices, to ruu One Month or Less, will tie chanced for at the Hates of 10 Cents a Line for Kirn Insertion, Line for Each Add! and 5 t loos I Cewts a h Insertion. DIRECTORY. JASPER TO OOI.MESXEIt,. Leaves daily (except Sundays)at 9 a.in. Ucturus " . - : " at 5 p. m JASPRK TO CAIRO. Leaves Moiiiays and Fridays at 7 a. in Returns Tuesdays & fi^tn rdays at 2 p. ni JASPKK TO BUIIKKVILIJK. Leaves Mondays, Wednesday and Fri- days at 7 a. in. liftarus Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Sat- urJays at it p m. JA.I'Ktt TQ UKMFWLI* leaves Tuesdays* Saturdays at 1 p. Ucturus " ^ " at 19 an. jasj'EB to tiEWis rzuav. Ijtaves >lon(lays Sfel Fjrtdajs at 8 a. m Kcturu* '•* tmtJL « <tt <...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 7 September 1887

®l)e News-Bog ... Jasper, Tkxas, J^pr.fcj'Tjp 188? ft. B. BLAKE,' >■ 'mJ { EDITORS. E. I. KELLIE. > 9!'B.'BLAKE, Business manager- The Galveston News speaking of Janper.epu^typaving had loc- al option forseveral jeans, truth- fully Sayaany" oilier county may have it to,if they want it. That's it exactly, Jasper is, has teen and will continue to be lofcal .option, yet the county went aqti J;y 528 majority iu the late election. We have a good thing and know how to keep it. State prohibition would have knocked the socks out of our local option, and wastoo much sugar for adime anyhow. Any county can havg prohibition if they want it, but a minority can't force, it upon them. Jasper is composed of the same democracy that carried her almost solid for Hamilton Stewart for Governor, against both Jack Hamilton and E. J. Davis, away back in the recon- struction {lays—days that tried men's souls. — The Knights of Labor are go- ing to peices; the Socialists are being oast out; the .Labor p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 7 September 1887

M ) m VXRY WWWiEffBAY • J asi'kk, Tex Aft, Swt. Taa, 1 )ur merchants ma receiving iioV rtififfy day,. , *v of. Peacoek took cake Sot being the beat base player at 4he picoi&;>.'"*7V££./:: | ' • • •*' ^ 4 * *3 Just as we go to press we note i]*t> axiival Judge Steve West, -of wvo&vnie. ' landed property to the amount' «rf 130,000 of more has changed hands In this county during the month part. • «•« W.J. B. Adams never forgets! 'the News-Boy has *& editor who Joves a fine cigar, aud he lceeps ithem. Mr. Toed Txotti, «. $ira jajeti (timber unaa of Cow creck„.KAe ja towd.Saturdays / <_**i.no u.-. I clipped up on getting certificates, at the laljc, examination, r bv^JiiB WMltj' t i • - v ••••/!: . # Mr. Kobt. SwSftj'oflf^ke^ltarles, is on a visit to his mother m>fi his; many Jrisnd# 'iu.Jusper,.., PpA ^vo> bnt one eotppjaint.tp make of Bob. He is too good ;i fellow not to be; tsharing iife with some pretty girl. Miss Jjstclla Henderson, Jreturn-i «ed home frem ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 7 September 1887

€1)t Nttos-Bog. PUBUiHJED jgveily wednesday Japs Kit, Texas, Sept. 7 th 1887. HOME. Home'a not merely four square nalli, Though with plctwM liuug and gild ed •' Home te where "nffiction calls, Filled with shriuss the heart hath builded. Hornet go watch the faithful dove— Balling neath the heaven above as; Home la where there's one to love) Home Is where there's one to lave us. Home's not merely roof and room; It needs something to endear it. lloue Is where the heart can. bloom. Where there's some kind lip to cheer It! What is borne with none to meet! None to welcome, none to greet us! Home Is sweet, and only sweet, Where there's one we love to meet us! Travelew for Pleasure. I am around the Union depot every evening and notice the pasaengera who come and gcx Most of the people who travel for pleasure are past the prime of life. Youiik men have to work and attend to their busi- ness, so that they cannot afford to make very extended pleasure trips. A man seldom over ac cumulates enoug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 28 September 1887

«-f$V JEstabtished 186S. Entered at the Post Office at Jasptr, Vtfyu, as Second- Class Mail matter. JSVOL. 23. JASPER, TEXAS, WED! 23 Years Old >AY, SEPT. 28, 1887. NO. 17T^ One Year, If paid in advance, f 1.60 81 x months, Cash. .76 Three months, Cash, .60 Advkbtmisio.—Citations and Specla Notices, to run One Month or Leas, .will be charged for at the Rates of 10 Cents a Line for 71m Insertion, and 6 Cents a Line for Each Addi- tional Insertion. DIRECTORY. V. S.MA1L TIME-TABLE' JA8FBB *0 COf.MKaXF.IL. Leaves dally (except Sundays) at 9 a. m. Returns " " " at 6 p. m JASPRH TO CXIKO Leaves Mondays and Fridays at 7 a. m. Returns Tuesdays & Saturdays at 2 p. m JAB m TO ■QBMVTJUA. Leaves Mondays, Wudncsday and Fri- days at 7 a. in. Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- urdays at S p m. JASPER TO HEMPHILL.. Leaves Tuesdays a Saturdays at 1 p. m. Returns " " at 18 m. JASFKB TO IiRWU PEBBV. Loaves Mondays and Fridays at 8 a. m Returns " " " at 0 p.m. CHURCHCS.. H. E. Chilrrb, Mouth. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 28 September 1887

U - ®t)e Ntu)s-i3og JASPBR, Tixas, BEPT. 8TH 1887 a B. BJiAKE, B. I. KELLIE. EDITORS. B. B.; BLAKE, Bdsihbss MIKAOM- The regular installment of our ascription, of Jasper county is crowded out this week by other matters of local importance. In the next article, topography will he concluded and the physical features commenced, which will include meteorology, hydro and terene dynamics. The Sec. of the Treasury has decided to buy up U. S. bonds to the amount of $14,000,000 at a fixed price. This action on the part of the Treasurer has itfr ifffflifuf8oney now, in New York, is freely offer ed at much reduced rates. In fact it has prevented an inevita ble panic that might have been disastrous to the business inter- ests of the country. We are in receipt of an inters esting and well written article from one of our subscribers near Lewis Ferry, which after careful consideration we have deemed best not to publish. We give our reasons in order that our contributor, for whom we enter- tain the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 28 September 1887

A m *£l)e Nenifi-Bog. Published Every Wednesday !r Jastbr, Texas, Sept. 28th, 1887 Read Norvell celaraa, lie is offer iig some big trades. The protracted meeting at the. Methodist church resulted ia teu girls joining the church. Harry Davis arrived home on «t visit Sunday afternoon, looking natural as ever. Judge M. D. Hines, of Burke- ■villtf was in town last week. His many friend were glad to see him Hone more so than the News- Boy, We were glttd to shake hands with Parson Kimmey who was ova.- from Colmeeneil last week. ILfi.Seale and G. W. Nora- worthy have been planting Res-1 cue grass the post week. It has been demonstrated that winter grasses do exceedingly well here, and our people would do well to plant more of them. The News-Boy has determined to build a railroad of its own be- fore long. We would have done so before this, but our funds were all invested in U. S. bonds. Now that the government has called them in, we wiU^oon have a few million dollaiw cash in hand. Soon as i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 28 September 1887

j.f;{ ♦> a 'T •>- M Stye Ncn?0-Bojj. published Evkhy.Wednkb&ay Japskb, Texas, Sept. 28xh 1887. WHY JtJTHlS? When the land 1b fall of workers, Busy hands and active brains. When the craftsmen and the thinkers Feel about them binding chains: When the laborer Is cheated Of the work his hands have wrought, And the thinker, vain of logic, Sets that reason comes to naught; When the forces men have harnessed And have trained to do their will, Onght to leave no homeless people And no hungry mouths to fill, Have but proved themsel rets the servant Of the shrewd and solflsh few. And the many have but little For the work they find to do; When th* labor of a million Goes to swell the gains of one, As the serfs of ancfent Egypt Ptarved beneath a burning sun; When the scheemmr and the sharper, >'•' Hold the wealth and rule the land. Using up the thinkers b ain force, Morgaglng the eraftmau's hand; Wher the many shear the sheep, And the few secure the wool. And the gallows claims its ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 5 October 1887

t ■ U1 fit. E3S if. JMoMlaW 1HHX. Entered at Ike Pont Office at Jasper, Textw, as Second*Ctatti Mail matter. 28 Yoara Old ^VOL. 23. JASPER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 1887. * 'A NO. Ml Suteeripttoft art MmiMig. One Tear, If paid tn a4v nc«, #1.80 81 x mouths. Cub, .75 Thru month*, Ca*h, JSO Advebtimso.—CltaUon* and Specla Notice*, to ran One Mouth or Lew, will be charged for at the Hate* of 10 Cent* a Line for FUat laaertiou, and S Cents a Una far Xach Addi- tional Inwrtlou. CONSTIPATION *8 colloJ the "ttUher of Unwea." be- JL nkiM tlwro I* no m«dtnm Ihmuah vkleh dtarase no often attack* the oyxum am by the aliaorutlon of poieoooux (aa*i tn the rrtent Ion ordeeavMl and eflteto matter in the Mumach and bowelo. It I* canned by Torpid Wv«. not enotwh bile bains nciflfd from the blood to produce Mature'* own ntthurtle, and I* feuentUjr acoouijmnlcU with aucb iwutlta a* DIRECTORY. ttMrvtrtumtommu. * ILeirn dally (except Sunday*) at • a, m. Hi-turn* - " " at a p. m jitrn to cat bo. Umm Mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 5 October 1887

<il)c Ncu)s-i8o2 Jasper, Tkxas, Oct. 5th, 1887 K. B. BLAKE, E. I. KELLIE. EMTORS. It. JB.BLAKE, Bosfwiws ihkaueu The exportation of cottonseed oil has recently jumped to large proportion. Most of it goes to the land of olives, and is rqtu u- ed to us as olive oil and largely used! as a table delicacy. One of the captured train rob- bers has turned state's evidence and given clues that it is thought vill lead to the apprehension of the whole gang of McNeil rob- bers. JASPER COUNTY. Topographical Features- (continued from last issue) Flowing springs are scarce; the water generally coming to the surface through seaps, but it is wonderful the amount of wa- ter those seaps furnish. Half a mile below a seapy spring head is often found a bold, rapid,nev- erfuiling stream of mater, rip- pling over coarse, white sand and brilliant, many-colored peb- bles, quarts iron ore, and py- rites. • Physical Features. The negro uprising reported last week from Matagorda was wucli exaggerated. The bl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 5 October 1887

iW f t €i)c Nros-Bog. Published Every Wednesday Jasper, Texas, Oct. 5th, 188? See the good lathis and farms Capt. J. G. Smyth is offering this week. . .• fc — - I* What has become of t|*e: seWyiad. . VUli. w' ®r*- J . The entire girls are ey*fTajS[ting- ly going for the 6w<&tr§nra! Cliinqitepin linauag^is the Sat- urdayV^iJ^atiaar^.ihe school K« V. ' YZ!a"rg Somebody tdi u wliat has la* come of the aioiwy hunters that were up ou Mill eteek, Bro. Cow*M-ell Priee want to buy . all ike goober peas raised in the cownty. Some Aimers are prewiring to maltf up time eane. Don't forget , im jtf<s pawerhd ,^ nd of -juicer i* i>oeWly "growler." Momo Of our neighbors have yet tlus uiaett aort of |ieachcB. We do not Imitate there has been a day since the first of May, but what iij>e pmehcg could be found in this tow a. A jpeei-lwkiiig straitgijr passed tliro«gh hero Friday, without bc- iug interviewed. lie looked like lio "was carrying the new# to Mary/' knd did want ncbody to kn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly News-Boy — 5 October 1887

®l)t Nttufl-Bog. pubm8hkd EVKRY WEDNESDAY Japsek, Trias, Obt. 5th 1887. (continued fromfirri page.) the domination of spies, inform era and foreign officials. May God in bis mercy shield us from all the consequent evils of such a policy, to paint which wouh i require colors even deeper than those you have employed. A gratifying result of the Texas election, as reported to u*e, was that the counties that had favored local option did, as a rule, Tote against the amend' menL It was gratifying for two reasons, because it evinced a just discrimination between local op tion and state prohibition, and that it was not the drunkards and traders in whiskey who con- . stituted the opposition «ta..the amendment. There is another marked feat- ure to which objection might well be made in the manner in which the question was'presented. An amendment might be adopted by a majority, but if experience should prove it injurious rather than beneficial, a minority of the legislature could deny the right ...

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