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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 21 July 1894

. ,U,,,V "W,-f A l" H" ... s ' P VJ TT VOL vn; BENTON, 3EISSOXJPLI, JTJTSY 21, 1894. DbTO 26, GODN NEWSBOY, WHO WILL EXPLAIN? For several weeks a question has Wen agitating the minds of tho peo ple, on which they differ greatly in vplnioth It is regarding the amount f .tees to be retained by the circuit clerk and ex -officio recorder. The law seems very plain on this question, and Bays that "in all counties having a population of ten thousand and less than fifteen thousand persons, the clerks shall be permitted to retain eleven hundred dollars lor themsel ves, and be allowed to pay for depu ties or assistants not exceeding seven hundred dollars. " - nr. Leitwicn s mends claim, as we understand them, that he is en titled to the full amount of eighteen hundred dollars, no matter what amount he pays for deputy hire. Others claim that he is not allowed to retain more than eleven hundred dollars for himself, and also such amounts as he may agree to pay his deputy not exceedingseven hundr...

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. — 21 July 1894

THE SCOTT COUKTY NSWSBOT. Kill A. KATNKR, FaMUker. BENTON MISSOURI. Tn July cotton reports show Blight improvement in condition over the report for June 89.6 against 88.8. Thb cash balance in the treasury at the close of business on the 11th was nearly $120,000,000, of which nearly 965,000,000 was gold. ' Ox the 13th the sugar planters at New Orleans appointed a committee to visit Washington and protest against the repeal of the sugar bounty. Assassin Prmderqast received the news of Judge Bailey's adverse decision, on the 11th, with a troubled look upon his face, which belied his claims to in sanity. Sheriff Bowers, arrested twelve miners, on the 11th, on charges grow ing out of the, recent Btrike at Cripple Creek, Col. Gov. Waite instructed len. Brooks to release them. ; A humorous report in favor of re pealing the statute regarding the docking of members' salaries who do not attend sessions of congress was made by the house judiciary commit tee on the 11th Tins armor plate fraud I...

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. — 21 July 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. PHIL. A. RArMKR, PttblUher. BENTON. MISSODBL THAT VERY SMART YOUNQ MAN. Enmka!" unit renin Leatherhead, And bo InURhcd In hi twylnh glee, Just wstt till I start nut and then 1'U let these foelea see That they-pa too men for to-day, you know, , Tbey cannot iitrlko Its gait; I'll teach them how to capture fame And fortune while you wall." . And he smiled samite as he thought awhile, And he laid him out a plan To win more gold than n bank would hold, Did the very imarl young man. My sire's a (rood old until," said he; " But, ohl It would drive mo mad To save and slave from hero to the grata An has my poor old dad; And after I've been gone awhile It will be Joy profound To eome and show folks how I'll sow My stack of wealth around." And he saw, did he, glad thing to be, When he his course bopaa. And he paused to get a cigarette, Did the very smart young man. And there came a day when he' went away, This youth who would fortune win. He had fixed a scheme, "twao ...

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. — 21 July 1894

ft ft frb fcii, pt rwt ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 4 f4v l Vt 4 kt ri t"i c"! r't ft fMt ft c :c"j e"iTi ft r c"i r ViVi V4 Vl Vt 4r4 W V a al A a 3 Ten Your people, Your & U Iblllb &M Tell Your People, Your Wife's People, and Everybody about the Rip-Roaring, Sky-Scraping Hi q mi mhm 1 1? Inner 1 WOODLAND PARK, ORAtJ, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1894. The Finost Arbor, Dance-Hall and Dining Pavilion in Southeast Missouri, Horse and Bicycle Racing, ft J Sr4 V't ft f ft SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pun.: A. Hafnkk, Publisher. TEH MS. frf Yutr, tu .Umin-e fl 00 ,! fr rt I'mr, j r Mnuth . . .l(k . Wcr authorised to aniinunoo the folio In camlldnto for office In Srott t'ounty. nh- ti-ct to the Democratic primary election, tti be' leld Tuesday. Auku.I 21, ItW: For Kcpresentntlre, Al.nfttlf lKRElti.V. JXli. k. MAUSHALL. Fb'r Sheriff, E. A. JOHSSM1S. PA.Ml'EI, TAXNEK. -W. B. BATT3. tcr Collector, ir. H. HE1SSEHEU. 8IUAS W. WHITE, t'or County Clerk. ( HAS. 8. STONE. JAMES McHHEETEUS. E. P. ELMS. Fdf' r...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 28 July 1894

.V V v---. x - .... ... jj. . 'V, 1. ' THE TT r: VOL. -VII. BEHSTTTOISr, MISSOlTHI, -JUTjY 23, 1894, 3STO. 27, SCO NEWSBOY. f HOM tlLODOETT. The melon season Is open. C. P. Pollard loaded the first car hero on Tuesday. Ho has been first on dock here for seven years, and don't pro pose to let anyone get uhead of him for such a trivial matter as losing a log. W. J. Potts, the own. original and only Walter, was cheeked in as R. R. agent vice !H. Sehroeder, who takes the day operator's place. E.C. John son will have control of the 'traffic throughout the melon belt in place d C. A. Cook, who has served so ac ceptably for several years past. Clarence Haugh, a first class jew eler from Columbus, Ky., is in town and ready for business. His office is in the Blodgett Drug Co's. building. We just imagined it was him the first time he made his appearance. A man who constantly rides a bi cycle will find the wheel tir'd in a double sense and himself tired 'in what little sense he possesses. The ...

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. — 28 July 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY HEWSBOY. mil. A. HAFNKRt PablUber. HESTON MISSOURI Tub French treaty passed the third trading in the Dominion senate on the 18th. Oss nrjroRKB anb xiett-mx fresh cases of cholera were reported in St. Petersburg, on the 17th, and seventy nine deaths were recorded. Xr.ws from Samoa via Auckland, X. 7,., the ISth, states that a petition for the annexation of the islands by Ger many had been forwarded to Emperor William. Sasto Cesario, the murderer of President Carnot, was indicted, on the 18th, and will be tried at the Lyons as sizes. Judge ltreuillac will preside a the trial. Gov. Waitk of Colorado announced, on the 20th. that he was not a candi date for United States senator and would not allow his name to be used in that connection. 1 "WitEX the cruiser Minneapolis reached her dock at Cramps' ship-yard-Philadelphia, on the 18th, she received the greatest ovation ever given a boat on the Delaware. The plant of the Columbian Iron Works Co., at Baltimore, Md.. builders...

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. — 28 July 1894

VEST AND CLEVELAND. The Missouri Senator Takes Is sue With the President. The Soma tor Believe "the Drntoeratlo Party to Greater than Any Man," and "Will Outlive Grover Cleveland." Wabhixgtos, July 91. "I use but a mild expression when I say it struck me with infinite amazement." These words were uttered by Mr, Vest (dcra., Mo.) in tho senate yester day in reference to the letter written by President Cleveland to Mr. Wilson (dem., W. Va.), of tariff bill fame, and which was read in the house on Thurs day. Mr. Vest spoko for hbout twenty minutes, and when he sat down there was a feeling' on both sides of the chamber that perfect use had been made of a rare opportunity. ' l Mr. Vest's Speech. I-Y',"tn"Mr- President, It Is e subject of congratulation with every democrat that the president of tho United Suite oro nt last Bble to stand npon any platform at all. Lntmhtcr 1 ntw? ?'h.J1,ow "Wt'y Pleli.K ltb members of this conj;re for the en actment of a iw which will Kive to ?LJ bs.?1lu.Vf...

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. — 28 July 1894

Iff m m m m s nro -s- g mo w lir -ii sss Tt: S s - r ax, c t f s, t ? r V 111 ? t 1 g 7 SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. 4 yiy i VA m m $ Pull. A. Hafxkh. Publisher. TKHMS. iVr " 'fr, in A'h-nnce 2 W) Lixh timi a jk;c .VmttJ) lc. We nro nutliorizcil to nnnnuncc thp follow- -liilf oiinilliliitt'S for olHrc In Scott County, jutt- ji-nfto the Dvinitrratfc pthnHry clti'tion, to be 1L..1.1 t ...1.... . ...... u. 01 ftit . Kor JUiuiresOtitativi-. ALUEItT PEKEIGN. JXO. E. MAHSHAI.L. For Sheriff, E. A. JOHNSON. SAM I E L TAXXEU. W. It. 11ATTS. For Collector, W. H. HE1SSEKE11. SILAS r WHITE. For ConnW Ck-rk. WH.R. . -fTOXE. 5A"5rtiS Mcl'HEETEUS. E. T. ELMS. For Prosccutinir Attorney, M1LO G.GUESHAM. For Assessor. A. W. FIZ3U ALLEN J. HAItKlSOX. V. P. C.oDA UP. THIOPHIF.L SCHEUEU. Yoa Keeonler. THOS. F. TUN K I.E. JOHN M. LEi rWKH. For Treasurer, n. F. ALLEN. W. C. LAMPEKT. Tor TrobHte Jmljrp, CHAS. A. LEEPY. For Circuit Clerk. FKEP. COFFMAN. For rresiditii? Judjfe County Court, VM. F. FK1ENP. W. H. UCG...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 4 August 1894

r;: rm nnrtn COUNTY SBOY VOL. VT1." BEISTTOIST, 3CISSOTJPiIr .A.TJC3-TTST 4, 1894, NO. 28". SCO THAT "SILENT CONTEMPT." It is Entirely to Thin To Take Well. About $3,000 dua the County. That 1h the Way c Figure it Out and we Would Like to See Someone Successfully Contradict It. For tho past three months the Newsboy has been quietly Investiga ting a matter which lias caused con siderable discussion among our peo ple, viz: The amount of fees to be retained by Mr. Leftwieh as circuit clerk and recorder. Really there was no room tor dis1 cussion. The law is as plain as it is ! possible to make itj but no one was ready to believe that there was any thing wrong because, for honesty, in tegrity ami general efficiency, uo mail has stood higher in the estima tion of our xople than John M. Left wich. This matter first attracted public attention when Mr. Leftwieh assault ed Dr. Freeling, on June 4th. because the Dr. had expressed an opinion which did iKt endorse the present condition of alTuir...

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. — 4 August 1894

THE SCOTT COUm NEWSBOY, rim. a. nArMcn, Pobiuaer, HRXTOH. ... MISSOUEt Tub Kew York republican state com mittee hBs deckled to hold the stats convention at Saratoga, September 18. Tt wis announced, on this 24th, thnt the engagement of the c.nrowltz to IVtnoess AUx o Hesse had been lu-okvn off. tr.s. Lr.t.Asn ST.VSVonn has notified tlic government, of her rejection of its claim of ?l.i.000,000 Against the cstato of the late Senator Stanford. TnK fourth session of the seventh parliament of the dominion of Canada wns prorogued, on the 2:sd. by his ex cellency the governor genevnl. . Tiik populist congressional conven tion, which wns held at Hutchison, Kas.. on the S.Mh. renominated lion, leromiisli Simpson by acclamation, Thk American yacht Vigilant won, nn the 24th. in her twelfth 30-mile race with the prince of Wales yacht I'rittan nia. The ndvantnjre was with the win ning boat from the sturt. Ciioi.ku.v is rapidly spreading in Oa licia. especially in the western district of Cracow a...

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. — 4 August 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY HSWSBOY. PHIL. Am BAFNKB, PabllaW. BENTON. ... MISSOURI. IN SUMMER DAYS. II I the noon time of the year, When long, midsummer days ere here. The seen In sown from which upuprlngs . A multitude of growing things That ahall make good, some later day, The seedtime promise of the May. We sowed In faith: In faith we wait The harvest, be it soon or late. What Joy It Is. on days like this, To go where nature's workshop Is, And watch the way In which she weaves The blossoms, and the myriad leaves! Such glowing tints, suoh textures lino, Buoh miracles In branch and vine I How much there Is for us to learn, No matter where our footsteps turn. Besldo his nest the robin sings Bis little song of unfledged wings: We hear the pagplpo of the bco Among the garden beds, as ho Searches for sweets In every flow'r His life will know no squandered hour. Wore he like me, this summer day. He'd Idle many an hour away! What reKt Is round us, deep and sweet! Infancy earth and Heaven meet On t...

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. — 4 August 1894

i fim'rr'iiT ir ir-m tS,n .....! . !..- . . - Phil. A. IIav.nkk, Publisher. V ii i i Vr Vorr, ' .loW.r. ft hn 4jin limn h Ywr, i-r Mmitk . . . 2"". "SCOTT COUNTY NKNVSP.OY. PnHnr- WATKnson, of Columbus, Ohio, in t l(t,-r to his clergy, in structs thron us follows: ''it there are uhton-ketpc-s in your parish who call thcniS'i'lves Cntholics, and yet carry on their business in a forbidden and disedi fying way, or sell on Sundays, either u-....k,,iln . h- I., II.,.. I ". " "" Kfiov- vii inircniMii.iHt-n tiiroiiui' in Sriit'.iiiiity. mih. (lisj,Milse. in violation of civU law, .i iii mm- i n. iiu i .1 mij vMivu..ii,,u . tl, t iurt of ,.,l.,r alul fo Iff OU and the scandal of any Dart of the lii'lil Tiiewlny. Aiaraol -1. Kor Ueioentntlvc-. At.llEKt flKKRICN. JSO. K. MAKSHAt.U Vor Sheriff, E. A..10HN!iX. 8AVIF.U TANNr.lt. W. K. H ATI'S, 1'o'r Collet-tor, V. H. HfilSPFllKll. SILAS W. vVHHT.. V'or County I lerk, 1 H AS. STOXE JAMES MiTHKKTEHS. R. r. Kl.l.h. Vor riodcciitiiur Attorney, ynv.i...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 11 August 1894

COTT COUNTY VOL. VII, BEsnsrroisr, Missouri, .xjg-xjst nf 1894. isro. 2. TIE NEWSBOY, THAT SQUIRT-GUN. &o. Smith Has LSt it Go off Again. We respectfully affirm that the in crease in criminal costs during the past four years in thi3 county is di rectly traceable to another cause and noli to Prosecutinc Attorney Moore's management of that office It will be remembered that during local op tion times, and in spite of the nu merous "blind tigers," our criminal costs dwindled perceptably, and only from three to six davs were reauirea for Circuit Court. Immediately the 'Saloons opened criminal costs began to increase and court terms lengthen until H requires from six to ten days now for court. Criminal costs re increasing rapidly oil oVer the State and we submit that Mr. Moore can't be held responsible for it all." Ben ton Record. It is surprising to know that any one would publish such stuff for an intelligent public to read, when the figures are dead against him. This time Mr. Smith...

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. — 11 August 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY MSBOY. NIL A. BACKER, Pabllaaer. RKNTON. MISSOURI. Kirk destroyed several large store houses in Rcichenstrasse, Hamburg, on the 3d. Loss, 3,000,04)0 marks, IUvm Ot.KAsox. 25 yenrs of ago, died, on the Sth, nt Worcester, Mass., from Injuries received in a game of football two days before. Thk congressional armor-plate In vestigating eommitte mailc a personal inspection of the methods of making the plates at Homestead, Pa., ca the 1st. It was intimated, on the 4th. that Gov. Waite of Colorado might be in dicted by tho erand jury at Colorado Springs for attempting to shield prison ers. Pn. CoRxei.tr Her;!, the Panama lobbyist, was sentenced in contutnaeium in Paris, on the 3d. to five years' im prisonment and to pay a fine of 3,000 francs. Ox the 2d. Mr. Mooro (dem.l was seated in the house of representatives in place of Mr. Funston Ircp.l. the sit ting memlier from tho Second district of Kansas. Tiik Japanese legation at Washing ton received n telegram, on the 4th, wh...

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. — 11 August 1894

THE SCOTT COIim NEWSBOY. PHIL. A BATNBRf PaMUher. BENTON. ... MISSODBL BY THE SEA. I JiJ 00 the ,ono,y slore they strayed, I The f bolor and Hie flshor mtM, Beside the melancholy sea, They talked how this and that might be: And, wrinkled by the enbln tlno. The Bot wet weed-strewn aanda etnrtvhed far and wide. I "Twtv evening, and a wistful glow Spread when the ruddy sun hung low: The autumn day was hasting by And night encompassing tho sky; TTf f,lr d,,1I8ht'' nrtornoon sped, like holiday that ends too M ' "Tl strange," the scholar said, "to deem How seldom things arc what they scoml The great sun rises not nor sets But forever-llkc regrets." J5l ".?' rvlci e pensive flsher ronldrn; The aun soks rest, with all day's sorrows laden. I !! ia11 1 or notl" tnB wholar thought, Take to my heart this mind untaught? Should I or should I not regret ii 7?Ie "nnrlsB whon love's sun had set?" Aloud be said: The sun's apparent setting i like the apparent passing of regretting." The long gray wave...

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. — 11 August 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. T . 1 1 " 11 aa Putt.. A. IIaVnf.r, Publisher. TERMS. fVr iVor, in Att enure 1 WJ ljrthnnn Vrttr, jtrr M)i . . ,l(tc. Wo re authorised o announce the follow ing candidates for office In Scott Cotinty.suh Jort to the Democratic primary election, to be tiekl Tuesday. August zt, itwi: lNr representative, ALBERT DnHRIrtH. J NO. K. MAtWHALL. Vor Sheriff, R. A. JrtHNSOX. 9AMVEL TANNEK. W. K. BATT3. for Colkwtw, W. . HR1SSEHER. Sit A W. WHITS, tar County Clerk. james McrHKirmt! (.'HAS. P. STIVXB. K. P. ELMS, tor Prosecuting Attorney, MtfiO G.GKKSHAM, 'or Assessor, A. W. mtt AU.KN J. HAKKISOtJ, W. D. OODAIID. THIOPHIEL SCHEKElt, Vu Recorder, ttlOS. F. HtXKl.fi. JOHX M. LEPtWtCHi For treasurer, B. F. ALLEN. W. C. IiANltXHT. For Probate jMtllr?, CHAS. A. LEEDY, For Circuit Clerk, FRED. COFFMAX. For Presiding Judge County Court WM. F. FKlESDi W. H. Bt'cio. For Associate J ml ire County Court 1st Dlst. JAMF.8 F. EV1S9. For Associate Jti-lirr Cblinty court 2nd Dlst. Of I.tf...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 18 August 1894

VOL.. VII. THAT EXPLANATION. It is Very Flimsy, to Say the Least. O'B RYAN'S LETTER! It Has Not Even a Leg to Stand Upon. Mr. Leftwich's attempted defense In last week's llrcnnl was a great disappointment especially to his friends. We hud been told that when the proper time came he would be able to show his skirts clear but evidently that time has not come. There was nothing in his would sustain his aet ion own opinion. O'Bryan's not even a leg to stand letter that except his letter lias on. Here it is: Charleston, Mo.. July lit. 'D4. John M. Leftwieh. Esq., Kenton. Mo. Dear John In reply to your in quiries as to how much the clerk of the circuit court of Scott county. Mo., is entitled to retain for salary of the fees collected by him as such clerk. I urn of opinion, since Scott county has a population of over 10.000 and less than 13.000 the clerk would, un der the provisions of section 3010 Revised Statutes 1S3!. bo entitled to retain out of the fees so collected by him for salary ...

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. — 18 August 1894

THE SCOTT COHHTT HKWSBOT. mil. A. HATSBR, Pebltsaer, BENTON. . MISSOURI. Fins destroyed several large store houses In Reichenstrasse, Hamburg, on the 31. Loss, 3,000,000 marks. Davit) Gi.KAftox. 55 years of age, died, on the 5th, at Worcester, Mass., from injuries received in a game of football two days before. Tiir congressional armor-plate in vestigating committe made a personal inspection of the methods of making the plates at Homestead, Pa., oa the 1st. It was intimated, on the 4th. that Gov. Waite of Colorado might be in dicted by the grand jury at Colorado Springs for attempting to .shield prison ers. Dr. CoRAEt.rra IIerz, the Panama lobbyist, was sentenced in contumacium in Taris, on the 3d, to five years im prisonment and to pay a fine of 3,000 francs. Ox the 2d, Mr. Moore (dem.) was seated in the house of representatives in place of Mr. Funston (rep.), the sit ting member from the Second district of Kansas. The Japanese legation at Washing ton received a telegram, on the 4t...

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. — 18 August 1894

V r J- A- ,.:Vj THE SCOTT CODNTT NEWSBOY. PHIL. A. HAFNKB, Pabllshar. IJENTON. . MISSOURI. BY THE SEA. An on tho lonely shore they strayed, The scholar and the flshor maid, Uealds the melnnrholy sea, They talked how thln'and that might be; And. wrinkled hv thA rhhns The flat wet weed-strewn sands 'stretched far Twss evening, and a wistful glow Spread where the ruddy sun hung lowj The autumn day was hatting by And night encompnaslng the skyi October's fair delightful nfti-rnooa Sped, like a holiday that ends too noon " "T Is strange," the scholar said, "to deem How seldom things aro what they seem! The great sun rises not nor sets But stays forever like rettm." Not SO. mnllnil th tn.t, m .. v. i . i'-..... v unuur uiuiurm "The sun seks rest, with all day's sorrows UrUt " Shall I or not," the scholar thought, " Take to my heart this mind untaught? fthould I or should t not regret Lore's sunrise when loTe's sun had set?" Aloud he sold: "The sun's apparent setting la like the apparent p...

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. — 18 August 1894

scorr COUNTY nevtsuoy. I . II .1.'. -. -1 - 1 1 Thil. A. IIafnkr. PublVhcf. T Kit MS. lr Yr in .1.. 1 W tif limit it I'l'tr. r Mttth . . . lk tirf niiliirUrd to aniioiinep the fellow. . CmsA may r hip Japan in the lon run through sheT force of numhtrs. Onlv that one furl or U in lirr favor. lladly Wounded. Yesterday morning a man appear ed at the residence of Wesley L'ruin, I I A. . .ll 1 The Jnpa BKht with nndi-rn tmiK l,,! " y, na ae- modern methods, under modern ftin . inir iforn,od there w 'nothlno rt prats many of thorn trained In cat htMold them to cook aomethinR, America. Hut the enormous hordes ht tho same time producing a revoi I of the Chinese may bo nble to defeat 1 fr to nfw W demands. The ta- nirimi.ill.lti-rnrnni lnim.tt0.niity..iih. Ul.t ,,!.. ,.f .Mil ,1 1 ""-mu.m wt vuu lire men i.ni hip iK'iiKx rmii! primary eiwiitm, o i . "" ' i in rrom work and the man decamped. nrm linwnr. awtum -ii i tor khowicokc. 11 is For Koprcwnliitlte, Al.llKUT krkf.ki. J NO. K. M.MtyHAI.f...

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