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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 29 September 1894

t- A . . S; . -!' ": '" - 1 .' y: tf ' c. V'..'- - f , VOL. -VII. - . " . VM: - .. . Vk5 ',(..' . li aiiw r?v Attracting the Crowds! ETHLiindreds of let JQL J3 m Dress Goods, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, Hats, Trunks, Valises, r70arpets, 0"u.3?te,ixi.jS, Groceries, Tliotj buy all kinds of Produce. Don't fail to call on them. RcmGrnbcr the Place OLD GRANGE STAND, The Hard Timea Comlngr. So long as the weather is clear and our roada are fairly good, no one 5s ' h aid to seriously complain, but as . soon as bad weather sets in and the bottom falls out of our roads, then a d'pros3ed spirit and a look of discon tent is noticable on nearly every face. During the winter months our roads are in such a wretched condition that the general prosperity of the county is actually impeded thereby. It is a mistake to suppose that on ly farmers are concerned in good roads. Merchants and others, who depend largely on tho country for their patronage, are also interested and ought to join in the move...

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. — 29 September 1894

S3 SUIT Cdiff hTOEOY. fUlU A. BAnnEB, rMUk. tJKNTON . MISSOUEti, Tn gold reserve increased, on th 17th, newly tMOO.OOO, standing, t the close of business in the treasury, at 67,430,1. Os the Gsleaburg (111.) track, on the 10th, AIlx clipped a quarter ot a sec ond from the world's record, going a toil in 8:08?f. Thb American Tin Plate Co. at El wood, IndM bas decided on a cut of 30 to 80 per cent, in the hot mills, to take effect October 1. Ahtsgns. Chamberlain and Bridge- man, i the Peary auxiliary Arctic ex pedition, left Halifax, X. &, on the 81st, by rail for Boston. - Trakx P. Sabokjtt was re-elected grand master by acclamation by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman, at uarristrarg, Fa., on the 10th. Thb encyclical addressed to the American bishops, which it was re cently announced the pope was about to jssr.e, will appear in November. Prbsidkxt Pkixoto of Braill has of- , flcially denied that there is any truth - in the report that Admiral da Gama and a number of other of...

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. — 29 September 1894

Wt SCOTT COUHTI HIWSBOt Hilt. A. HAttfEB, Pablbhar, tJKNTON. . . . MISSOUBL WHEN "SOMETIME" COMES. the Joy for which we lone; Toe shadows will be tnnbe.nn then hod ever slta a mf . -The sweet, dead hope we cherish and within our breasts lntomb Will n come bar to life again and fill o hearts with bloom. . Tho drear; waste of desert sand will blossom m too rose. And every brook will babble sweetest musle as It flows; v . T Our hungry souls that'now exist on lust the meager crumbs , will then sit down to princely feasts of love, when ' When "sometime" comet then all the will be a glad, sweet inn year And all the muslo of our Uvea will bo In perfect tuno. .. , The paths we tread will lead us on through blossom-scented dells -Where wo shall ever listen to the chimes of fairy bells. The thornless roses all the day with dewdrops will be wet, - - And joy will come untangled In the meshes of regret. And time will flit as gladly as the wildbeo when It hums Its drowsy song from honeyed flower ...

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. — 29 September 1894

I If"-. i" r4V " cj 4 : ' ; Three Big Shows at Cape Girardeau! ?, Ringling Bros., and ' M H H The Fair, Singling Bros., and & WDTH COLLECTION OF JEW GOODS FOR FALL AND VOTER ! M ACTION! V r 1 Fv'1' it ; ' f fi.:: y T2 r J ! 1- J 11 "V J J TfcT I1J 1 ou wisu 10 see xne juaiesi iNoveiues aua f Newest Ideas for the Season, Come to See Us! rou wish to see the very best in Standard Styles and Reliable makes, Come to See Us! rs. W t0Ut m VP If you want bargains that prove their worth in j use ; that look bigger out of the Store than in, Come to See Us! j If you want value for your Money, L Oome to see XJs2 Splendid Line of High-Grade Goods for le fall of '94 Always the Best Assortment. $ J6 f Always the Best Attention. Always the Best Quality. $E ft "FAMOUS" DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING HOUSE, No. 1, Main Street, -:- -:- Cape Girardeau, Mo. $ . $ F f F T COUNTY NEWSBOY. . A. Hakxkr. Publisher. in Ail 'flu lire , , tl no M NEW HAMBUltG. eichort. our honorablt' sox w misfortune to fracture a ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 29 September 1894

...... a..- " ' - . I S.I' .1 -y MIifcMMMMMMMM ; $ffi SCOTT CODMT NEWSBOY. i Mil. A. BAFNEB, Publisher. BENTON. i . MISSOURI, THE MOTHER'S OUTING. We Lllr'a sash; i, bogr and hire yon brought the ." -d did you close the windows! '' - Willi Com here, , Dear me I Your handkerchief looks like ; i rag "'J ' How wsrm rou reI I w!h you comW keep 2of race about the boat. Ye! ti...n.t,. ' ' We'll Bridget, please don't let the boby ery. That Is the Battery, and that's the Jess, Come OB that railing and sit here by me: " Or. stay with Bridget, if you like. I guess sou a Deuar put your coat on. Thnt s the CM ;'. Off there you can't be hungry yet, my son! Where are the biscuits? And give Lily one. V Bridget, why It the baby crylnir? Ilunh. 't. Ted, Lily, Jess I You nuin ( Pfimniti.,)..,. Just seo those little steam tugs, how they " And watch the waves, your hat. Good gracious! Mind i You'll lose it overboard oh, oh, oh, oh I You reckless, careless, boy. I told you so! Your nice new hat! Didn't ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 29 September 1894

A.'.'- V ...t-s -,-.-.cr i U f I ! rv v: y!y ; n V tpl X". Y ''i ,.- I, - Yf : . f " ' ' ... Ic'Jvy . Y .? ; Y-iY - i mi- y C3 m ..fcliblUtU! TT-3 Latest and Bast Selected Stock ot - H M Dry Goods ! CLOTHING, SHOES, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS I Bought at Greatly Reduced Prices. Data to Bit Bovntaoat Is Bria M of ; naia. tt, uust stjriM ot Nut, B071' ut , CUlsra'l Bits. Men U. Lovsrt. j I Cjinae Bctint It4 Lirp Steel of Hoi's, i 1 lutotiStrlo toot poll ttLowo.trrieoi. j Iftf IWOflF brnit tsl Kliott Lint of I 1 HOlaHGO!. QliTl3' HSCtWEAS Is tht i Oty. fell ui ct rion. 1 Table Dam'jEii? ' lilai u Mail ul CZXinui Cents, j HHK8. firtfllk 71 klT root Itao of ! 04 i h tnih-Btri Kumri. j 1 rinnVc lotitttil Bso, U Iktioi ud : VlUAftft. oatest stis cioaka .; and Wrap. See therm t - i PtssnDcntsrifli fasumiwtxz ? ! ill vtlthi ial ihitti ta mitoh tko poll i : runute Vr Stock of BSITS8IL8 1 W- : ttru. 01AM CA27XTD. lotatlfil Fat- Call and see them. : Curtains and Rugs Jut opo...

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. — 6 October 1894

K .,.; rm TT TY t LI 1111 BE3STT03ST, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 6, 1894. ISTO. 37 SCO COIN NEWSBOY, It r 1 Our Mammoth Fall and Winter Stock Is Going! Going! Going! FOLLOW THE CROWD AND YOU WILL GET THERE ! If you wish to see, the very best in Standard Styles and Reliable makes, Oome to See Us ! If you wish to see the Latest Novelties and Newest Ideas for the Season, Come to See Us! If you want Bargains that prove their worth in use ; that look bigger out of the store than in, Oome to See Us ! FAMOUS Dry BOHNSAOK No. 1, Main Street. Sikeston tn the Dark. The little city of Sikcston the metropolis of Scott county and the wealthiest city of its size in the Southeast is not altogether up to date. - No town in the State has a better country surrounding it ; nei ther is there a town more beautifully And conveniently located than Sikes ton. Its residence buildings are a mass of architectural beauty, and its business concerns are thoroughly up to date, except in one particular they are in the dark...

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. — 6 October 1894

THE scon aamMSEOi. rniu a. uruik rabttshcr. HKJJTON. MtSSOUBi. Suit. BrasM tot Netr York haa to. termtned to close all the "ell Sight" aaloona In the city. Japan is said to be bidding high for munitions of war, and European firms are undertaking great contracts. A Chtkesk war ship seized the ttrlt Ish steamer Patban, from New York in the Formosa channel on the 21st. Wateh was let into the Canadian Sault canal, on the night of the 34th, which filled at the rate of nine inches an hour. II. A. WirK!AX, ot Honolulu, it is said, will institute a suit against the United States in behalf of ex-Quea Lilioukclani, for 5200,000. Tiie anti-Portuguese feeling, which lias manifested Itself in Rio do Janeiro for some time past, is increasing, and disputes are of frequent occurrence. The sugar bounty division of the in ternal revenue bureau lias been abol ished, and with its present force will be known hereafter as the income tax division. A tvarbast was issued In Milwau kee, on the 25th, for 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. — 6 October 1894

ir T',f' 1 -Way1 '"V V- V':. 4 . LT-- 2 I . - ill :., '.' - HER MAJESTY. . bwrnsjestj comes wnen the) sun goes flow ' . And oimmben op to ber throne, m; kneai tyr royal rob 1 s mnall white (own. And this li her majesty's mern deoree: . Let me know when the Sandman pannes by; For we're going to speak to him, you and L" . There was once a monarch of old," I say, . "Who sat where the beach and tho breakers met Soil back!' he said to the waves one day, 'For the royal feet must not be wet!' , .' Bat the waves rolled on. For things' there be," , " - X tell her, "that mind not majesty. . ) "And silent snd shy Is the Sandman old. And never, I'm sure since ttae world began, Has anyone seen the Sands of gold. Or spoken a word to the kind old man; t But perhaps, When the twilight's gold turns , , g7. ! Yon may see the old Sandman piss this way. r Tor your majesty's eyes ere young and bright, -Though mine with the dust of time are dim And possibly queens have a clearer sight . Than subjects who...

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. — 6 October 1894

' .,' ' : .. . .... . . 1 . ' , - l ' ' - N Hundreds of Delighted Buyers Made Happy ! Attracting the Crowds! ....... . . W i. V f it.-'-- : IE' HI"' 1? l-ij I 1 l Their entire Fall Stock is Coming in, and they are showing the Finest Assortment and Best Selections of the following Lines of Goods ever shown in this vicinityt and at prices that make their many customers happy : ClotMng, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Tlloy buy all kinds of Produce. Don't fail to call on them. Romomber tho Place. nF'len-tse r 3E3Eein.lbTX3rgr? (Successors to FLENTGB & WOOD,) OLD GRANGE STAND, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. loins, S 1AJ 3S3tO. feCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil; A. HafskS, Publisher. : Per Yea?) in Advance $1 00 LOOK AT THEIR RECORDS. Ow- Audita of State, James M. Seiboft, bag published a little pam phlet which deals with the; record made by the Republicans while in control of Missouri and that made by the Democrats since they resumed the 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. — 13 October 1894

. -. - i COUNTY VOL. VIl. BBISTTOIST, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 13, 1894, 3STO. 3 TIE SCOTT NEWSBOYo 3 , V t .... ; r JUDGE SIBLEY CONVICTED. Mississippi County Jury Gives the ex-Judge Two Years. APPEALED TO THE SUPREME COURT. The Court or Lout ltesori Must Scttlrt tbe Matter. L. D. Sibley, ex-county judge of this county, who was indicted by a Scott county grand jury in 188fy charged with the seduction of his step-daughter, Miss Lula Hawkins, was tried by jury in the circuit court of Mississippi county last Friday and Saturday, and given two years in tho penitentiary. This case was tried in the circuit court of Scott county about two years ago and resulted in a hung jury. A change of venue was taken to Missis sippi county and the case continued from term to tjerm until last week. A Charleston correspondent to the St. Louis Republic reports the case as follows: Charleston, Mo., Oct. 6. L. D. Sibley, an ex-county Judge of Scott county, and who had held the office of Justice of the Peace in th...

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. — 13 October 1894

in THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. rniL. Am BAFNBItt Publisher, REXTON. MTSSOUBL It is reported that the Japanese have captured Kin. Lien Cheng, on the east ern side of the Yaln. river, nearly op posite Wi Ju. Co.VrTROLI.KB EcKKI.S, OB the 4th, railed for the condition of national banks at the close of business on Tuesday, October 3. Toe married forvijrn customs offi cials resident in i'ekin are hastily leaf inn the city with their families la fear of a Japanese attack. Algernon FKncr Hanks St. Mavb, fourteenth duke of Somerset, died in London, suddenly, on the 3d. ltc was born December 22, 1S13. Tbof. Steijhtz, the ex-champion chess player of the world, has issued a challenge, to Dr. Lasker for another series of games for the championship. The British Miners' federation of England has voted a donation of 0.575 to the striking Scotch miners to enable the latter to carry on their fight against the masters. A srr.ciAL cable from Shanghai, on the 2d. says the cinperor of China will very like...

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. — 13 October 1894

IN WANT OF A NAME. Embarrassing Situation Mr. and Mrs. Jaok. for "Well, that's done!" and Mrs. Jack patted the crlhp pillow-shams and Rased omplacently around the pretty room guest-room that had never yet held a poest fresh, new and dainty. The breeze stirred the frilled 'curtains, the late afternoon sun shone on the creamy walls, and tho soft light flittered through the young leaves of the chestnut, and faintly tinted with 'green the lovely "Abend" over the bed. i No wonder Mrs. Jaclt looked satis fied. No detail for comfort or beauty had been forgotten. She and Jack had been married only a few months) this was the finishing touch to their cozy nest, and any young housewife might nave been proud ol the result. i JuBt then Jack rushed in. bearing a letter, uc stopped on tho threshold. "Whew! what magnificence! Might a poor worm venture in?" ".Nonsense, Jackl It isn't magni& cent at all only pretty and restful. Come in. bad boy, und tell me what Is in that letter." . "You know Co...

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. — 13 October 1894

lit IB I A TV 'J 1. Mr US. ii. I? 'r I i:T.' ' . ' . ' 4'" ' ' 4a v . SCOTT COUNTY NRWSDOY. Phil. A Makneiv, Publisher ir Tear, in Advance ,.,.JtiW) PGR BET f Eli kOADSx Ve print Ibis week, for the Dc artment of State, the test of two Const it ut ional amendments which are to be roted for 6t against at the up proAcbing election. Tlte first of these amendments would give to the couuty courts of nil tounties having under one hundred thousand inhabitants the power to levy an additional tax for road and bridge purposes, not to exceed 15 fc:uts on the $100. The second amendment deals With titles having 100,000 or more inhnbi tants. and is of little interest to the fcitizens of Scott county , With regard to the first amend meat, we would urge Wixm all who favor the improvement of our high Ways to vote "yes"' on the proposed change. It is fact that at least CO per cent oi ine cost of hauling freight over our roads is due to their bad condi tion. . We have the poorest roads in the "world. W...

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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. — 20 October 1894

7 ; . ;w !- .'' , I ..." , rm mm H 1 JUJ VOL. "VXL. BEISTTOIsT, MISSOURI, OCTOBER SO, 1894, 3STO. 39 COUNTY NEWSBOY. i. 4 -1 X A BOMBSHELL ! Judge Riley's Instructions to the Grand Jury Remove Any Further Doubt. MR. LEFTWICH MAD. tie Loses Control of his Temper and Assaults the Newsboy's Editor In Open Court. Shorty after 10 oclock Monday morning court convened and the grand jury was empanneled. J. M. Leftwich was at the desk in the ca pacity of circuit clerk. The judge began his instructions to the grand jury, and all went well until he reached that part of his instruction regarding the duties of circuit clerks. Here Mr. Leftivich was observed to become very restless and nervous. Judge Riley declared the law to the jury just as the Newsboy has been declaring it to the people. He made it so plain that no one could misun derstand him. In speaking of the matter he said ; "The statutes fix the amount a clerk is allowed to re tain, and if he hit a deputy, the law also provides for payme...

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. — 20 October 1894

uia un ll.ji.ii 1.&MLU.JI. -'. 'rait, a. BAritKH. Tn Untte4 States sHmer Mohican arrived at Sam Fmncisco, cm the ?th from Behrtaff mu Buffalo Cotmt national bnnk of Kearney, Xeb., failed to open its doom on the 15th. The officers rctnstsd to make a statement Twkstt-mx ot the nest of thirty boilers at the Henry Clay colliery, SUn triolein, Pa., blew up, on the lltH, tind three men were reported killed. A dispatch reoefted from Shanghai, on the 8th, say a, rebellion had broken out at Jeltol, the scat of a celebrated imperial palace, 120 miles from Pekin. Ojf the 10th a detachment of Japan ese cavalry and infantry made an at tack upon and routed a force of 2,000 Chinese at Wei-Jtt and captured the, place. ITAlT.rRKS in the United States dur ing the week ended the 12th were 2"1. against 8J3 for the corresponding week of last year, and 43 in Canada, against 42 last year. Hkxry, Earl Grey, K. O.. O. C. M. died in London on the 0th. He was j born in 1S02 and succeeded to the peer- age ...

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. — 20 October 1894

THE SCflTICOWEffSBOl riltL. A. InblUhr. nENTOtt. . MISSOURI. GOLDENROD. Slight. 0I17, fairy, dainty flower, A-irny with every breeze That sweeps arxive Its (lender sprays Like wave o'er sunny seas. Tall, feathery spikes of golden light Condensed from out the air, , Their loveliness would grace a thron Sweet goldenrod, o fair. Content to let Its beauty glow Along the humble lane, To eheer the weary hearts of those Whose lives arc toll and pain. I pluck It from Its lowly plncc. The dry and withered soil. And love It for Its glowlnj grace Beautiful goldenrod ! Its plumes of Imuran t beauty bright I twine among my br.il N And stand, encrowned wlih gnUlcn Hunt Like gorgeous eastern mauls. Bright goldenrod: thy praise I sing "Let me see some on't, Jane; t never hecrd of no slch thing A-growtn' in our lane. "Thnt stuff? Why. law. Jane, now du tell! I neTcr sec the beat. What hlghfalutln' names they git For every simple weed. That's nothln'.chlld. but yallcrtnp I used 'fore you was born. To...

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. — 20 October 1894

' t .. . :.t- J 1 V . ir 4V 5. . E54 'J f t- psu II11IMWWMI WW i SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pint. A. IIakskr, Publisher. ler Tear, in Atlvatfcti 1 1 1 1 . i i ,91 oo U0X MAHSU. AliSOLi). Hon. Marsh. Arnold will finish his campaign in his home county, and ive an account of his stewardship to his more immediate neighbors. Those neighbors know him thoroughly and trust him eutirely, and are proud that b citizeu ot old Scott has made a rec ord second to none of the younger menbersof the House and has already become one of the recognized orators in our legislative body at the nation al capital. BEXTOXXEEDS A CAPITALIST Nowhere in Southeast Missouri Is there a better location for a thriving town Ihftn at Benton. Not only is the location good, but the country surrounding it is of the very bestt South of us we have the melon and corn growers, while north, east and west of us we have the finest wheat and corn lands to be found anywhere. What Bcntou needs is someone with capital someone to put up s...

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. — 27 October 1894

TT VOL. "VIl. BENTON, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 27, 1894. 2TO. 40 THE SCO COUNTY NEWSBOY, v " -!' m si ft : vl ' ,"' 1, 1 The Newsboy Endorsed. During the past two weeks many of our citizens have been in Benton in at tendance At court. Wishing to become thoroaghly convinced as to liow public sentiment stood regard ing the Ntcwsmr's course, we sought private interviews with many of the best posted me in the county. We "did not seek theopinion of men who "had predjudices s big as a house either for or against us, but we in terviewed conservative men, reason able men, business men and men who liave a reputation for fairness and good judgment. Among all those witn wnom we talked, not one con demned the stand we have taken While they -were almost a uuit in saying that they did not care to talk for publication, and did not want to obtain any notariety by discussing the matter, they talked freely after being assured that the interview was iot for publication. While they had tio criticisms to offer...

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 October 1894

THE SCOTT COnm NEWSBOY. rutl. A. nAFMKR, Publisher. HEXTON. . . MISSOUEL Si kakkr Cbisp hna canceled his en casements to speak In Missouri during the present campaign, owing to the It is said that overtures looking to a declaration of peace between China and lnpnn were made hy the former, on the l.Mh, but Japan rejected them, consid ering them inadequate. TtKItn TlKXGLKMCI.t.KR VOS He CKiiVAH, formerly Austrian minister to Nervia, and at present minister to l!ra fcil, has boon named as Austrian am bassador at 'Washington. a Tt was rumored in Shanghai, on the 10th, that Tort Arthur, the Chinese Rtronghold, where the Chinese fleet j had been refitting after the battle of Yalu river, had been captured by the Japanese. The news of the illness of the ameer of Afghanistan is regarded in Calcutta with the utmost seriousness, and grave nnslety is felt for the safety of Euro peans in Calml in the event of the ameer's death. Kino Ai kxandeii of Servia mired, j on the lTth. at Potsdam, lie was...

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