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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 27 January 1894

I i:;l3 is 4 . 51 h VOL. VII. FROM ORA2. Rumor says that L. N. Harper, living on the Bridcr place east of town, lost two sons, Ona died of eni- holism (heart clot) on last Sunday morning, the other of pneumonia Monday morning. It is also reported on the street this (Monday) morning fiat Mrs. Joe Stubenrauch died Sun day night. This is the eighth death within the past 10 days. Mrs. Judge Friend and Mrs. Clem son visited relatives and friends at Delta last Sunday. j Rev. L. IK Nutt is reported on the sick list. The Oran Literary club was de feated by the Morleyites last Friday hight. The boys tako it kindly and arc elated over their trip. They praise the Morley bnys for their ex cellent entertainment and say they want to try their luck again. Rev. Kennedy preached to a large nudieuce Sunday night and his ser mon was a good one. He proved very conclusively that man is naturally wicked. He thinks that the earth quakes, cyclones, thorns and thistles aad the many hindrances to health uad ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 27 January 1894

as Scott coum bkwsbot. miL. JU UTXII, Fabllao. BENTON. ... MISSOURI. People who write letters complain that the new postage (tamps don't tick much better than New Year reso ntiona. Jct.M Simon thinks the sorest recipe for attaining a hale old age is "intel lectual work." This will greatly com fort some of us. Piasos are now manufactured at the rate of three hundred a day. The rapid Increase in the population of the insane ayiuma is accounted for. Mrs. Jambs Brown Pottkh apparent ly does not altogether admire Mrs. Os car Wilde's style of dress, for she likens her to an animated lamp shade. Wb often hear people say of a man that he "talks like a book," but if any man talks like the conversation in some of our modern novels, he must be an ex traordinary creature, wonderfully made. The prune is a small innocuous berry tending' to reduce the boarding house convict to the belief that nature, while abhorring a vacuum, also abhors to have It filled with sweetened leather soaked In sugar wat...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 27 January 1894

rjx on incomes. .rz Tbv, "3111 for K Ulnar Revenue) by '-lCpoom"Tax Completed. It U ft Var-Reachlne; Measure, and la De. Ipicd, If Enacted Into Law, to Take Effect Ja inary I, 1808 Bnm- mar of It Provision Washington, Jan. U. The ways and means committee Y:M completed the In come tax bllL The last work was done to-day, an the bill is now in the hands of the r,ublio printer. The substance of the bill la as follows: That from and after the 1st day of January, 1W, there shall bo levied, collected and paid annually upon the (tain, profit and Incomo of crery person residing In iho United States, or any citizen of the United States residing abroad, derived. In each preceding calendar y'ear, whether derived from -any kind of property, rents. Interest, dividend Or salaries, or from -any - profession. trade, employment or vocation carried on lit Iho Ilnlte.l Stntn IW lu.l,. on 11 dividends, annul He or Interest paid by corporations or associations organized for pront oy virtue of the laws of...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 27 January 1894

wxfcla. H to ter CS-oodLs 2 . i jMEsljs. jRoom xoar tJOL3 p3ri m & 2, Mire Bottom Of Tie InoeMOut A Big Drop ! The Largest Stock of winter Goods in Commerce will be Closed Out Regardless of Cost ! Realizing the fact that it does not pay to Carry Unseasonable Goods; I have deter mined to get rid of my Immense Stock of Winter Supplies by February 15, so as to make room for my Elegant p3ijQ.e? lOisjplSL'y 2 Come Early and get Choice of Bargains. It is to Your interest to make a Dollar go as far as possible. All this at "37 HE! IKT 3E3E O J&' 2 Commerce. SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Hafskr, Publisher. fEitais. J r Yrar, in Advance fl 00 sit than a Year, per Mouth . . . 10c. MISCAR1UA GE OF JCS TICK. We commented last week on the enormous number of murders annu ally committed in this country and the relatively small number of legal executions. Two cases have come before the courts in Southeast Mis souri recently which illustrate the manner in which justice is defeated, in even ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 3 February 1894

", VOL. "VII. FROM OKAK. Joseph Blcs' daughter, aged five or ix, died last Saturday morning, and was buried at the Catholic cemetery mear this place Sunday. Rev. Howie preached to ft fall house Sunday night, but on accoount of the sickness abroad in the land land the bad weather, concluded not to hold a series of meetings. Snow balling and skating have been favorite amusements for our ipeoplo the past few days. Rev. Pierson, of Kelso, was here -Monday. Quarterly conference was held at '4he M. E. church at this place Mon day morning.and it is rumored that the .people have raised the money t o ,pay their church debt. Frank Zundel and wife and Miss A'lsie Dyer visited the Capo Satur day last. Frank is s healthy as a pig awl a hustler from away back. James Martin, of Charleston, is here on a visit to relatives and friends. The .past few days of excessive cold weather have interfered with our building boom. But the sound of the hammer and saw can bo heard in many directions to-duy (Monda...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 3 February 1894

THE SCPTT COJHTY HSWSEOT. ran.' a. hai-hir, rabiis, BENTON. MISSOURI Un Maplksoit, wife of Col. Maple on, the ope ratio manager, died in New York city on the 81st. TTo!. C n. Buhl, one of Detroit's (Mich.) most prominent and wealthy citizens, died at his residence in that city, ont he 23d, after a lonff illness, Red nearly 84 years. The great imperial porcelain and glass factory at St Petersburg was de stroyed by fire, on the 23d, together with all the machinery and models. The Ion is rery great. - Judge Coffey, of San Francisco, has made an order granting Mrs. Jane L. Stanford an allowance of $10,000 month ly, pending the settlement of the es tate of Senator Leland Stanford, her deceased husband. The thermometer at Guthrie, Okla.. reached 11 deg. below zero, the coldest weather ever known there, on theSnh. Great suffering prevailed among the new settlers, who were unprepared for such weather. Loris Gerstos, a wealthy stock dealer of McKeesport, Pa., who was a passenger on the limit...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 3 February 1894

BUT ALSO. Mot only wlahes ha possessed Uneonscloua health. Wherewith by fortune blessed- But also Wealth, Not only after rlohes etrlree Each waiting hour, And wins, alnoe fate eontrlres- But also Power. Not only yearns the Joys to know, As life goes past, Which wealth and power bestow, But also Caste. Not only health, wealth, power, and east Came at a breath; Kotottly these, at last, But also Death. Hunter MacCulloch, In Cosmopolitan. SHE MARRIED BOTH. MT OCLll'H WEDEKI.ND. ICopyrlght, 1891, by the Author. Mr, llberforce Trott, lawyer, of the Urm of Lnnkenstein & Trott, was the picture of prosperity and contentment. Bitting in his office in the most luxuriously-appointed office bulldinp; in town. His private office, where we find him, was a poem in hard wood and stucco, but its spio and span cleanliness de noted its newness. In fact, Mr. Trott Jiad not always occupied quarters like these. Indeed, as lie sat in his rotary chair putting the smoke from a Colo rado maduro with a sul...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 3 February 1894

ii.-T. i .'itmTt.i J r. o '. SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. H.uxkr. Publisher. TEitMS. in Ath-'tHcc. . . it Yrnr, ir Pi t Yrar, Lr than ti ..10c. Month TttE scent? in the pugilistic arena at Jackonsville. Fla., Tliursclay of last week was such as to make one weary with the result of ourso-callod civilization. It is a miserable and humiliating thought that a crowd of well dressed toughs could be collect ed from all parts of the country and oven from accross the Atlantic, wil ling to pay twenty-five dollars and contingent exp?nses to witness a per formance such as is described in the following excerpts from the press re ports: '"The American turned like a flash tind with a fiendish look in his eyes he struck viciously at his foe, but fell short and was again forced into his seat by Dempsey and Delaney. The crowd around the ring had by this time become frantic. The tiger in their blood was up. and blood must flow to satisfy their passion. Howls and cries of all kinds filled the air. wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 10 February 1894

r ''MfcAWVr' HELD FOR MURDER in The First Degree. Hnrli Was tlio Result of Clinrlcy Owens' Preliminary Trial. , When our reporter left Diehlstadt Thursday of last week, only two wit nesses had been examined, the gist of whoso evidence appeared in our last issue. The examination lasted until Friday evening, and the follow ing further eridetine was elicited : Mrs. Mary Robertson, mother-in-law of prisoner' testified: That pris oner told Mrs. Owens he would cor rect the child himself: He said he would conquer or kill the child and might serve her the same way and that he would pile their things to gether and burn them up and run uway by the light. Tluit I regarded this as an idle threat, but ho told me )ia meant it, and to wait and see. That witness has no ill-feeling to ward prisoner. FOIl TilK DrVKXSR; A If. Owens, father of the hco.'scd. testified that he w its in the habit of visiting at accused's house every day. That Charley and his wife had separ ated six months ago but were aga...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 10 February 1894

IBS SCOTT COUSTY KEWSBOY. , rati. a. imiii Pabiucr. BENTON. MISSOURI. Thirs are 163,040 persons on Eng land's pension list, and they draw about 138,000,000 a year from the treasury. Oklahoma has taken the final de gree in the mysteries of civilization. It has produced a dynamite bomb 8 feet long. ; Johx Chattertos. Lillian Russell's latest husband, achieved fame early in life. He took the first prize at Bar nun's original baby show in New York. I The old Bay state has reason to be proud. The statistics show that of the 852 towns and cities in Massachusetts all but forty-four contain free public libraries. I Thk ruins of a lost race have been .discovered in Mexico. Ruins of lost races, says the St. Paul Globe, may be found loafing around every poolroom in this country. i A wifk in Fargo, X. D.. severely asked her husband why he was coming home at that hour in the morning and the wretch answered: "Brek'fush," Then the flatlrons flew. 1 A recent poet writes: "A song sleeps In my soul u...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 10 February 1894

- ' i ; t ' f: X I t i - x r t; I A LOVINQ TRIBUTE. VdOM Who Stood Nearest to the Lata 0ore XV. Child In Jnaraallstlo Life Par Loving Tribute to tha Man Good and Noble Qualities that Endeared Him to All with Whom lie Came In Contact Philadelphia, Feb. 5. The Ledger, In an editorial Saturday, says: George W. Childs died this morning. This Mnounremont will be received with profound grief by those who stood near to blm; wbo knew, admired and loved him. All who knew him did admire and love him, for his Ufa was prolonged benefaction. To others who stood farther spurt from him, to whom he was unknown except for the good that he did, the Influence of which was so po tent rnd extended, the announcement of his death will seem scarcely less than the rsallca tlon of a personal loss. His life was so broad, generous and bencflclent as to be as that man tie of charity wUlch corors all the world, as with him charity was the greatest of all. It had neither metes nor bounds: his bounty was ss deep, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 10 February 1894

- m -v- d h v . .a n m n n u h n ib n ira w - u; i - lluu D VVIIUlo UUIIII Ul Vvllllul UUUUOa UIIU UQIKUIIIu a W J 1 I OTSU are at Fever Heat! WE MUST MAKE ROOM for our Spring Stock, and all must go during this Month IREGARDLdESS OOF nr. rr.'m Jill i g&i$llHa&ft Money talks ! Don't matter Hit is a little ungrammatical, so long as it gets such Bargains as offered' at Hie Great CI earauce of MATTHEWS, STTJBBLEF III & CO, Oral, 1.1 -New Gold Mines ai'e Generally Discovered just when People are Distressed over Hard Times. A Chance like that offered by os is a Local Sold line. J SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. t-rtiL. A. H.vfxkr, Publisher. lr Year. ins than TEH MS. in AJcancc. . . I tar, -2 W Month.. 'W When tho Mt thotl!t Ahcatv was started some two years ago we pre dicted the fate which has overtaken it. Last week the plant was sold at Charleston, and the mortgagee bid it iu for $'J0. It, is the same old story. Rev. Kendall saw a chance o make something out of the candi dates and in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 17 February 1894

:-t ' YOL. "VII. MURDER MOST FOUL Wm. Loyd Kills Charley Archer, His Step-brother, A Little River Tragedy. Loyd Taken to ltcnron Jail. The second tragedy in Scott Coun ty within 'a month happened at Glen's Camp, a lodging camp on Little River, ubout woven miles from Oran, on the early morning of Friday, the ilth inst. A Mrs. Loyd with her sou, Char ley Archer, and her step-son, Wm. Loyd, lived at that place, the j'oung men being engaged in the camp run by J. Himmelberger & Co., of Moorchous?. Mrs. Loyd was absent from home on the night in question, mid the boys invited acwral of their thums to a chicken stew. They had whiskey there, a quarrel took place tictween Loyl ami Archer and ended in the death of the latter by the hands of his stop-brother. Sheriff Miller and Coroner Lam Ivrt were notified by telegram from Oran the day of the killing, and both wont to the scene of the tragic event. The sheriif got back to Benton the ane eveuing, having in custody Loyd. whom he placed in j...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 17 February 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. miU A. HATlfBH, FablUaer. MISSOUBL A Bkfort Issued by the Midland Rail way Co, of England shows that during the last sis months of 1803 the receipts from carrying of grains fell off .588, 886. Secretary Carlisle is opposed to the coinage of silver seigniorage at this time, and has so Informed members of congress who sought his views on the subject. Ox the 7th the Iowa house of repre sentatives passed Niccolls' bill prohib iting the sale or giving away of cigars, cigarettes or tobacco, in any form, to minors under IS. It is said that a retired French na Tal officer has invented a rifle that is capable of firing two kinds of explo sive bullets. These bullets have im mense power of penetration and 100 of them weigh only 1,200 grammes. President Pf.ixoTo's decree for a general election in Brazil, March 1, when a president, vice-president and members of congress will be elected, is looked upon in Rio Janeiro, as show ing his own confidence in the situation. The ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 17 February 1894

Upon fify$crtll of bonoiyrafbyvnr. V -1(7 thirjimj krteit written, rfr bUd Tti omtkj of whoif gJotv eiwvj nofoldj ... . . - i WioMort(t(ncuf) fcrtver dear. loitmoif (imodg (tie to jplf ndid jun Who caw 18 liberty firr pofw mm Hnd led hef Wife tfctorioitf mmi ffjp nijhl I fiftr oroiif nojforft hfitpj -WwHiNGrorf i JlmmumHif UCYS HATCHET. Orlrtnql- 99 ! jgif EALLY.it is too bad to be giv ing up our time to dancing and amuse m ents when so many of the boys at the front are suffering," said Lucy Dean, a little regretfully, as she surveyed the arrangements for the great party in the rambling yet luxurious old homestead. "1 don't -know," replied her friend Anna Tracy, as she stepped into a chair to straighten an engraving of "Wash ington and His Family," a household treasure that was gayly decorated for the occasion, "We can do nothing more to help them, and it would cer tainly add nothing to their comfort to sit here and mope." "Then it is a kind of patriotic dis play, too,"' put in Lucy...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 17 February 1894

SCT)TT COUNTY NEWSDOY. PaiL. A. Hak.ner, Publisher. T'JRMS. Ir Yntr. in Aihoitcr, fl 00 Lrt than a Yivi; ;r Mouth . . ,10c. Skxatoi Vkst, not having a broth-rT-in-law to boost into office, has not mode it up with the administration. CockrcU's change of heart docs seem the least little bit taiateU with ne Jwtism. Snon.li Mr. Gladstone rotiro at the present juncture, his party, the cause of Irish Home Kule ami a good many other reforms of which that would the forerunner "will all hi put back ten or more years. The seventeen Democrats who voted against the Wilson bill are the tag, rag and bobtail of the party ac cording to all acwuutsof them. They should be retired to private life by their constituencies next November. Emrons in Iowa must be a well-to-do class. They propose to take 11250 trip to Europe next summer instead of the usual dead-head editorial ex cursion at home. Missouri editors seldom have $230 to spare all in one lump. Brapstkkkt's figures up the num Txr of the unemployed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 24 February 1894

v 1 ; .4 vtt-.u.iiifjA.i BESHSTTOIsr, MISSOURI, FEERUART 3, 1884, 3STO. 5 PftOM OUAN Col. Gillespie says that it is not the poor renter that pays the largest ax revenae, but it is tho man who Jguzxlos the most beer and whiskey. The lattor gentleman (or hog s tho casc may be) pays the tax. -. W. II. Stubbieficld is -confined to Ids bod at this writing by La Gripiw. Tho discussion between the Mor ley and Oran Literary Societies will 'take place at tho lJatict church "next Friday nhyht. Several selec tions of music will be a part of the Vrogram. Prof. Scholz will conduct the musical exercises. , A protracted T.ccling Began at the .Methodist church at this place last Sunday morning. Miss Allie Norman, of Delta, fsp-nfc Friday. Satunfciy and Sunday in Oran. A petiton was in circulation here Monday asking the court to u'jpoint Samu-l Tanner as sheriff, to 'iill the unexpired term. E! I wood Alley i.v the sick list at tins writing. It is rumored that 4. Allison Friend, re is. is lias rente...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 24 February 1894

THE SCOTT COIIKTY KSWSBOY. mil. A. ItArXER, robUsher, I.EXTON . MISSOUBI. A bomb was found, on the 14th, in the doorway of the lianquo d la Socicte Ucncralc in Purls. TnE shoe business Is picking wy. The mnntiftictnrers of I.ynn, Muss., are daily reporting tliciirrlvnl of fresh or ders from nil points of the compass. Dn. Woi.ror.n Kkt.pos, formerly of rnnamn, now a resiiU-iit of Now York city, hns been elocteil n fellow of t'.ie ttoynl Geographical nxU-ly of London. KxoTVH.t.r: (Tern.) collepe, one of the most noted e.lv.entlonal iiiMitn tions for colored people in the United States, suffered a ?4000 loss by tire on the night of the l.V.h. TnE nomination of Wheeler II. IYck liam for associate justice of the I'nited Mates supreme court was rejected by the setiata in executive session, on the 10th, by a vote of 41 to A siiinrn of New Yorlc banhs and trust compnnies hava V ;.".in t loan money on wheat, and are offering four months' loans, at tt'-j to 4 p.r cent., taking wheat as cojlat...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 24 February 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. PHIL. A. HAFXERi PablUhen . BENTON. MISSOURI. A WITLE8S QUEST. Aeroii the hlfh-roid, down the dell Full gylr rod Prince Flortmel. In thou old dijri when earth iu yoonf, - And koboldi dwelt the bills among. All maid, ere vain," tbe prtnoe.n said, A humble heart 1 (atn would wed; i An she be high or low degree ' I'll woo the maid laoka vanity!". The fresh wind tost his chestnut carls, HU crimson cloak was sewn with pearl Alack! each maiden, fair or plain, Wm yet a woman therefore rain. Ttie prlnao rodo on, thro' many a clime, Till once he mot old Father Tlrao, . Who leaned upon his ecytbo and smtledt A witless quest is thin', mv chi.d! Yet will I give thee and thy steed Eternal youth. I wot Indeed Thou'lt need it; for I trow," quoth he, Tbou'lt ride full long and lu.'tlly." Still fares he on. Ho scant them nil- The princess thronea in palace ball, The peasant girls In wooden sboes, Rapt vestals kneeling in tholr pews; Uut be she fair or bo sne plain, She Is a...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 24 February 1894

r. SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. I I " III I I ! - I Phil. 5Xir rt, NIsW. TERMS. Hr ivs t jMMirfrv. v. ...... $100 M fJU liwr, fc Momtk . . . 20c. r cetoixa primary So fs hove hcfttl Very little concerning the coming primary, however, we have heard it suggested that the primary ought to be called early say July. We sec no fensdn tor such oction. This wxy&d a do me an injustice to the farmer ele ment of our county, and their rights Wl wishes should be respected. Farmers have just as much riflht to! Vuu for office as anyone, cVid thejr iave .jst as much rifht to take part in an ejection as anyone, but when a "primary is cnllcd just at a time when it Is next to impossible for them to Aeave their "i-rops, theycannot rtm for Viffiee. and a great manycannot even !Brid time to vote. In 1892 the primary was VYled for Jul'vlSth. that day no fewer than thirtf ve teshers were run -rung in the county, and at every thresher fom five to ten voters were mployed. These men had to either W.e the time to...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
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