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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 25 August 1894

u VOL, -VII. m .AXjIj DOME EXTSE? T3E3C , I I PI uuiigico oie of ie BsmoGiatio Primary Election TUESDAY, AUG-UST 21, 1894. r CANDIDATES. Alb.Tt D U.-i'ii Jll.. E. ilil!-:.hitil rviwf .-iiti if a it y J. I.. Mooro M. G. Oivsia.v..- I'rnliatf .V.i.lso C. A. 1j.m uv. V.. C. U.-ivnuni... ( irc-iit 1 rl 3I.(;.SU.l)bk-iiold 1'ivd C ;Vni;-.u Ul.'C'-HvliT Thos. F. tfitikb.. J. M. L.-iiwIdi ... rotir.'.y t'irrk Jas. iici'lu-ciors f-lias. S. br.m.... E. P. Kills W. R. l;ilts. K. A. Johnson.... Sam TiUiiKU' es- :- liK '.0 ; it 12 ill: : Si : IVi:5; 72; 4;; :!;?(;! iJ.i ; 73; t"t!i:!4! 53 :iyiii aiji-M;; 2i''u: 11; 1: gu:k;2! IS; as; i 4; icn-i'.r : (i 1 107 : ol -; Hi lil : 12. 8; i 41! 43: j 37: 1! i:;t; no ; ;;! OS; I 8r. ln! -145! 51! Co!loot.r. S'.las V7. White. V. II. lieisst rt r. i resH!ns Jii ltro. Win. H. But' Wm. T. Frifiui,.. Jud;,'- 1ft VIA. Ja-nes F. Evins. Ju;!ifc-2.l Oi.4t. Juliu.-! Albivcht.. Tn-nsu rev AV. C. Lur:UKTt.. Uenj. F. Alien ... A. J. Harrison.... A. W. Fixer, Th'.Hi...

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. — 25 August 1894

I EL M si t . I rt TH8 scott conmmsEOT. PH1U Am H OTHER, PablUhMk tiKNTON. . . . Missouri Mb. Gould will build a new yacht to defend the American's cup 11 Lord Dun raven challenges next year. A labor convention for the purpe of taking independent action in poll tics met in Columbus, O., on the 15th. TJradstrket's Financial Review says the passage of the tariff bill has given a stronger tone to the speculative mar ket. ToRTr-rrvr. cases of cholera and fif teen deaths had been reported in the Johannlsburg district of Prussia up to the 12th. ; Ix consequence of the reduction in the pottery schedule of the new tariff bill, it is said that all the potteries in the United States will go out of busl ness. Chari.ks Romxsos, the first gov ernor of Kansas, died in Lawrence, Kas., on the 17th. He was very old. and had been out of politics for several years. Thk new congressional library, build ing which is now nearing completion, is to be decorated with statues of twenty-five men who have been...

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. — 25 August 1894

t (' ... MISSOURI REPUBLICANS. They Meet at Excelsior Springe and Nominate a Ticket. Tkm Platform Declare for Protection, Enforcement of Immigration Law and the Consistent Coinage of Silver. The Ticket. Judge Supreme Court. William M. Robertson, of Webb City, superintendent Public Schools . J. R. Kirk, of Westport. Railroad Commissioner Joseph Flory, of St Louis. There was a great crowd at Excel sior Springs on the 15th, when the re publican state convention convened. The convention did not meet until 12 o'clock, although the hnll, which seats 1,500,. was packed at 0:30. Chairman Itothwell of the state central com mittee called the convention to order, and made a brief address, reviewing the prospects of the party in general and the political outlook In Missouri in particular. When Chauncey I. Filley, Maj. Warner and Mayor Webster Davis of Kansas City entered the hall they were warmly received. At the conclusion of his remarks Mr. Bothwcll introduced Maj. Warner as temporary chairma...

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. — 25 August 1894

.inn m m ... m ... m ... m .u m ..i rnm? ... m ai t?? iii in i?f iu if? iu 1?? THE GRANDEST AFFAIR OR THE SEASON VJILL TAKE PLACE AT 7 (0) 9 - ., .. aT to have a Where the people of that place have arranged mat U 14 VrJ VpN vJ VL 5 dkjbSv- 1 i, Father Murray, of St. Vincent's Ladies of the Parish will Spread a Sumptuous Dinner and Supper. After Supper Prof. T. Bowers will exhibit Stereopticon Views of the World's Fair. Music by the Cape Opera Band. A Gold Headed Cane will be Voted to the most Popular Young Man in the County. Come fxrci liave Good Tim. "Witlx XJs- THEj COMMITTEE. si i m ai SCOTT COUNTY XF.VSIJOY. Fiiti.. A. H.vrx !.!!. Pub:hor. P,r Yar, in AJoutcc 1 ( ' GREAT SHOWER OF STARS. ' It Milo Many People llcllovp That the Kml of the Worlil H;nl Couu-. The moft imposing1 display of shoot ing stars ou roconl occurred on the liiK'ht of November 13, 1S33. and was witnessed in the ffreuter part of civil ized North America. To be exact, it extended over the limits comprised be tw...

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. — 1 September 1894

VOL. "VII. A FATAL FEUD, Ends in an Unfortun ate Tragedy. FRANK LAYTON KILLED. AVin. Spaulding, Jr., Held for the (JrandJury. The Inquest. On Friday evening of last w;?ek a most unfortunate affray took place at the residence of Mrs. Ella Cannon, widow of the late Matt Cannon, two miles southeast of Benton, which re sulted in the death of Frank Layton, a brother of Mrs. Cannon. Hoarding with Mrs. Cannon was Win. Spaulding, Jr. Between him and the deceased ill feeling had ex isted for some time, and this state of mutters culminated in the tragedy of last Friday. That day Frank and George Lay ton, accompanied by Ed. Iingan and Thos. Bradshaw, drove to Mrs. Can non's place, where Spaulding and Wir. Burroughs were working at the repairing of the porch. The event. which immediately ensued are told in the subjoined synopsis of evidence given at the coroner's inquest. After tue fatal fight, the deceased was able to aeeompuny his party to a neighboring fishing ground, apparent ly only slight...

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. — 1 September 1894

msTOonmmsBOY. PHIL. A. nATMBR. Publisher. BENTON. . . MISSOURI Anonymous letters threatening Em peror William's life are frequently re ceived at the German imperial palace. TtiK pope had an attack of syncope, on the 10th, and for some minutes the condition of his holiness caused much alarm. The Paris Gaulois says it is rumored that Germany will celebrnte the anni versary of the vietory at Sedan for the last time this year. An Imperial edict has been issued by China ordering 100.000 Manchoos and Fcklngese to hold themselves in readi ness for war service. I W. SciiF.rnMANS, of Hudson, O., has been disbarred from practice be fore the interior department for viola tion of the pension laws. The attempt of the Chinese govern ment to float a loan of 1.000,000 taels. to be guaranteed by Chinese merchants, is said to have proven a fiat failure. The plate-glass and chemical trades in St. Helens and Wldnes, England show a morchopeful feeling on account of the adoption of the American tariff bi...

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. — 1 September 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NSVSBOY. 'PHIL. A. HAriCKR, PablUhar. i -.. ..- ,. ... BENTON. ... MISSOURI. HA" 3 - v ' . T ts a mooted point whether burglary in to be considered as a sport, a strode or an art. !""- li' trade the tech nique is scarcely rigid enough, and its claims to be considered an art are viti ated by the mercenary element that qualifies its triumphs. On the whole it seems to be most justly ranked as Bport, a sport for which no rules ore at present formulated, and of which the prizes are distributed in an extremely Informal manner. It was the inform ality of burglary that led to the re grettable extinction of two promising beginners at Ilamraerpond Tark. . The stakes offered in this affair con sisted chiefly of diamonds and other personal bric-a-brac belonging to the newly-married Lady Avcling. Lady Aveling, as the reader will remember, was the only daughter of Mrs. Mon tague Pangs, the well-known hostess. Her marriage to Lord Aveling was ex tensively advertised in the papers,...

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. — 1 September 1894

r, sio .O J XAt& Mto vvsma vw, sv5 svv; ssjas nm msjas ; H mi m M m Mis ci- ctj. . ctc jgg; vgrs- -vg; vr MM m M m 5 m M Has Just Received an Immense Stock of Dry Goods. Such as Ladies' Fine Dress Goods and Trimmings, Prints and Woolen Goods of all Kinds, All Sorts of Laces and Ritas, Ecru Bed Sets. Lace Curtains and Almost Anything In the Dry Goods Line, Which will ha Sold Cheap for Cash or Produce only. TIOE THE FOLLOWING HARD TIMES PRICES, AND THEN THINK ! Good Calicoes at Only 5c. per yard. Ladies' Fine Dress Goods go at 15 Cents. Best of Flannels from 15 to 60 cents per yard, and Everything else in Proportion. Tenkhoff Intends Always to O XKT 3X3) THESES THTH SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY Tint.. A. IIAFSRR. Publisher. A,h- Iv you have nny doubts as to what paternalism moans, look at the Pull man failure and see what slavery the paternal system leads to. The thing e i works all riht as long as j-ou are i willing to do just as pap wishes, but THE XEW TARIFF. when you assort a will of ...

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. — 8 September 1894

VOL. "VII. A COAT OF WHITEWASH. It was Smeared on Heavily by Our County Court. A Fixed Prosecuting Attorney. He ItecoinmendM that the Court Carefully Cover up its Track. On Tuesday the County court in quired (for the first time, we believe) into the practice which has prevailed as to the payment into the county trea sury of moneys over and above the clerk's salary and the actual outlay made by him for deputy hire. As members of the court had alreadyex pressed themselves outside to the ef fect that Mr. Leftwich'smodeof pro cedure was legal, little expectation was entertained that the outcome of this so-called investigation would re sult otherwise than it did. The coun ty court and Prosecuting Attorney Moore alike had heretofore taken Mr. Lcftwich's interpretation of the statute, without inquiry as to its correctness, and it was not to be ex pected that they would stultify their former action. The Prosecuting Attorney as the legal advisor of the court was the only man having any stand...

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. — 8 September 1894

THE SCOTT COUSTY NEWSBOY. PHIU A. HATMCB, Publisher. BENTON. ... MISSOURI. Sf.katobs Smith, of New Jersey, and Aldrieh, of Rhode Island, sailed for - Europe, on the 29th, on the steamer New York. Thk president left Washington, on the 20th, for Uray Gables, accompanied by Secretary Lamont and Private Sec retary Thurber. Simon Stevens, well known in pub lic affairs In New York city, died, on the SSth, aped 68. He was a first cousin of the great Thad Stevens. TnE St. James Gazette of London says that George Gould will revisit England next spring with a new twenty-rater designed by Herreshoff. Councilman PornorssAT, of New Or leans, was arrested, on the !i!th, with the marked bills upon him with which he had just been bribed to vote for an ordinance. The United States has demanded an immediate, open and fair trial of the American citizens arrested at lllue lields and carried to Managua, Nicara gua, in default of which their instant release will be demanded. Aftkh a pastorate of fortyyen...

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. — 8 September 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. i : FH1L, A HAFNER, PablUhor. henton. ; . Missouri. THE OLD HILL-PATH. Tlstruo; It I an graceful as when. In other dny. , It wound along In beauty to the top; but as I g-aro This munlng hour upon It, sad tenra my eyollda nil, fH-i i i ': . For omrthltj' pone forever - from too old i path op the hill. ' The sunlight and tho shadows rest upor It with the same 3 ' t Dear hcnodlctlve presence as In the 6j when cme M t v ; No ncninir care to haunt me, f rotu morn till eve will, - c"-: '. Ere something passed forever' from tho old path up the hill. . ; l " 3- ; i ' The breezes, as they loiter by, tho old airs fondly croon. The blithe birds In the tree-tops sin; as In my lire's lost Juno; And, as then, the myriad blossoms all around their wenlth dHtlll. But something's gono forever from the old path up tho hill. Something a fare a touch of hand a volco a presenco lo! A world that brought me heaven, all vanished with the Dow Of pauseless Time, and, slowly, along I ...

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. — 8 September 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pntiu A. HArsBa, Publisher. lr IVir, iVt AJctnct., , .i no HARD TIMESi There ia do living titan old enough d remember a time when the times i and we always intend to. Oh, no; the Nkwsboy is not the of ficial paper of Scott county, and We admit it with pride. ! We are not dependent upon the court house for existence. The NkWsboy is not an adjunct to the court house. We have always reserved the right to criticise the official couduct of public servants, Such tasks 'tere not called hard. All agree! that the present times are hard, and t ilk as if at some previous time they were not so'. But we can never iden tify the particular time when this cry of hard times was not abroad in the land. The fact is, the times are always hard to certain classes, while others have an object to gain in call Ing them hard. To the extravagant and Improvident the times always Wert and always will be hard. That lies in the essence of things. You lan't eat your cake and have it, and thos...

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. — 15 September 1894

A' If VOL. "VII. DIDN'T DO A GOOD JOB. The Scott County Court Skipped a cog. While it was the evident intention of the county court to leave nothing undone, yet, the job before them was so great that some minor details were overlooked. They ordered that Mr. Lcftwich be allowed pay as his own deputy, but, in their frenzy to cover the whole thing up, they failed to notice that even this allowance did not cover the case. However, it seems that many of our readers do not thoroughly under stand this matter, so we will try to make it plain to them. For the past fifteen years Mr. Leftwich has been circuit clerk and ex-officio recorder of Scott county. As his salary he is allowed to retain, of the fees earned by him, in any given year, eleven hundred dollars (if he don't earn it he is not allowed it) and shall ba al lowed to pay for deputies or assist ants not exceeding seven hundred dollars making eighteen hundred dollars the limit which can only be reached by paying out seven hundred doll...

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. — 15 September 1894

Tf ft II ? 'I A, r : v4 THE SCOTT COUHTT NEWSBOY. miU A. UAFXERt Publish BEXTON. MISSOURI. Frksh forest fires were reported from Minnesota on the 5th. T)n. Cow ax, coroner of Tino county, Minn., believes that the death list from the forest fires In his county will reach 700. It Is reported that the Chinese gov emment has arranged to purchase half of the vessels comprising the Chilian navy. A hkwaiid of 8100 has been offered for tha discover.v of President Ken nedy of Amity college, at College City, la. , who mysteriously disappeared early in August. Rev. Hit. J. C. Wkm.ixo, president of the Columbian university of Washing ton, II. C. died in Hartford. Conn., on the 4th, of heart disease, lie was f.'j years of age. and leaves a widow and two children. John J Aeons and John Croon, of To ronto, Ont., were arrested in St. Clair, Mich., on the 7th. just after landing from a rowboat in which were two trunks containingOOO pounds of opium, which was seized. Tiik bodies of twenty-three Chlpi...

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. — 15 September 1894

A LITTLE SUNBEAM. Cpntairt and down mat n, It her little feet; Climbing, Cllolni, All the happy day. Hugging dolly close and nweot, Teaching her to dance and play, Up and down the atalrs! Upstair, and downstairs. Laughing If she falls; Flashing, Dashing, Like an April rnln. Paying calls to mamma's houses Bows and smiles, and bows again. Up and down the stairs! Up stair and down stairs, Ooyly chattering; . Beaming, Ulcamln Moves the golden he.td; Sunbeams always scattering Wherever she may tread Up or down the stairs! Lulu Curran. InOood Housckcfelnt. Qemius lESLEY STER- RITT was a thrifty soul and enterprls-lag-. In early youth he was a cross-roads pea 1 u s. The country house- Wives, when their children had a new bat or a new knife or the like, used to say at school time: "Go 'long, now, and don't let Wesley Sterritt trade yon out o' that Don't swat with him at all." Ko casual observer would even sus pect him of shrewdness a fact which he turned to his own advantage in many a barga...

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. — 15 September 1894

h "''if V? ' SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. PlHL. A. IlAFNtR, PubHshofi ir Year, in Attettntt . . . 1 1 . 1 00 .WHEAT fOli STOClt. ' The low market price of Wheat has feet the Agricultural Department at Washington to Investigating into the Value of that grain as a food for btock. The- results arrived at are altogether in favor of feeding Wheat to tile stock while the stock is grow ing. " Thereafter a mixture -of wheat and corn in about equal parts gives the best fattening results. The re port say that when wheat and com are equal in price it is best to feed 'Wheat) and for these reasons: Wheat is 7 per cent heavier per bushel than torn ; weight for weight it is equally cood for fattening stock and better for growing animals, and wheat re turns to the soil very much more fer tilizing matter. If you conclude to feed wheat to your animals, feed your poorest and Sell your best. The change from corn to wheat should be made graft tolly especially with horses. Be gin with .1 mixture and gradually i...

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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. — 22 September 1894

f ' ::- 'v,.-.'V EE COTT VOL. VII. MISSOURI, SEPTEMBEH 22, 1894. Front New York Settlement. F.--i.ssf-?; ?5i3i ?sH$i -m. ru-: &sf &?-f& xts COUNTY NEWSBOY, - . Our flen Fall Winter Which has been Selected With Special Reference to Trade of this Locality, will probably surprise all who see it, by the extensive varietyit affords in every line of goods We carry. If in OloaliS, the pick of the Market in Fresh tni r and 7UriJQ."toxB Styles, and no less astonishing will be the EE - i Astonishing ? Low Put on them. Astonishing 1 Why? Because in the history of buying and selling we know of nothing to compare, in genuine cheapness, to this H Elegant Stools of Goods ! We, therefore, propose to inaugurate H RAREST BARGAIN SEASON r We Have Ever Presided Over. H You Must, See these Goods ! 5 Whether you buy or not, and it will give U3 great pleasure to have 2 everybody price and examine Our Bargains, So that they may r be convinced of our ability to make prices on Best Quality 8 good...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 22 September 1894

flfm MfMmM mwwmmm en.aaMHnnsaunam jtn. fniU A. BAl-RER, Publisher. UENTON. . MISSOURI. . Tns British court will wear the usual emblem ot raourninfr for the eomte de Paris. i Okjt. Booth was given a great fare well oration on leaving London, on the 11th, for America. Tnic rail Mall Gazette says King llumbert of Italy and the pope are about to become reconciled. Tub count of Paris ws burled at Wcybridge, England, On the 12th, the bishop of Southwark officiating. SriT for the impeachment of Mayor Fitzpatr'.ck of New Orleans was filed in thr civil district court on the 14th. Don Pio Pico, the last Mexican gov ernor of California, died at Los An geles, Cal., on the 11th, aged 04 years. Tnn United States of Colombia has served notice of protest against the oc cupation of the Mosquito territory by Nicaragua. Failvkks in the United States for the week ended the 14th were 207. against 814 last year, nnd 44 in Canada against 27 lr.st year. Alt claims ngniust the Stanford es tate, save that of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 22 September 1894

THE OLD WARRIORS trove ueoora Breajrnra n iran.. AOtlnff Bunlnaaa .Mb "on u. uwiw, or Koekford, -, Ckom Commnnder-ln-Chlrr other " Oflcnrn Elected General - Order No. l. Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 14. Breaking kit previous records, In beginning and ending its business within two days, the Twenty-eighth national encamp ment of the Grand Artnv nf thn I?ni,H. He adjourned sine die Inst night A year from next Monday the boys in blue, crossing Mnson and Dixon's line for the first time in the history of the order, will fraternize with their opponents of the 'sixties, and thus make visible demonstration of the oft repeated assertion thut there is no longer a north or a south, but one country, free and undivided. And if but a tithe of the pledges aod prom ises mado by the visiting Kentuckians fire recloempd. thn annnmrtmant r.9 n- will never bo forgotten, either by the Union or confederate veterans who are fortunate enough to be among the participants. The encampment transacted its busi ness wi...

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. — 22 September 1894

J m w I m m J m m w m " J m " L- m w l- m . m jiow that tie 7 Jpo Ton i ... ii a; ... SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pmiii A. HAt'xEft, Publisher. Per 1 ar, im At f ranee $1 00 With the Senate elected in the present manner, the people have Very little say in the matter. Take ti State where either party has only ti very small majority in the legisla ture on joint ballot. Half the coun ties in such a State, containing about half the voters, are completely dis franchised. Then comes the caucus tohich determines the choice. In this One half of the dominant party, com ing from one fourth of the counties, select the Senator. Perhaps one eighth' of the voters are really repre sented in the vote which sends a Sen ator to Congress for six years. Here is just the opportunity for money to come in and determine the choice in favor of corporations and trusts. Ex perience shows that the money does come in, with sinister results to the country. The Sixteenth Amendment would give to the people the direct fh...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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