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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 27 October 1894

jMY GRANDFATHER'S ORCHARD. "SJJ HhW'" orebBlral Ah O"1 1 ould A whan la my childhood t climbed lu dear tres, And tested lu tresrares to fragrant and lui olous, ' And Btted each fancy to oertalnly please, In aprlngtlme Its branches with flowers were laden. And promised each palate exactly to lutt When old tlmo had wrought, with hit wonder ful magic. The strange transformation from flower to , . fruit. Tho yellow June eatings, ao mellow and Juley, JThe rodstreaka, ao pungently acid, for pies. eek-no-Mrihera and rusaeta and pnarmalns -and greenings. Spice sweetings and spies, I In memory prize. ' Each name cells tip rlatons, both pleasant and tender. Of aoenes that forever have passed from my eight, Of talr summer daya and long evenings of winter. Of taska done by day and of frolics by night. In autumn we gathered tho apples with glad ness, And stored them In boxes and barrel awnv We burled our teeth In their fresh Juicy criap ness And thought the fruit harvest was nothing but play. Pe...

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 October 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. H.vrSKR, Publisher. Vr Tear, Alntr . ....... .f 2 00 ELECTION DKAW1SG XKAR. It is only one week from next Tues day until the general election. While there has not been the Usual interest manifested in the present campaign in Scott county j'et, it is the duty of every citiien to turn out and vote. The lack of interest is occasioned by the fact that a Democratic nomina tion ih this county is equivalent to ttn election. This feeling should not prevail. It is by our vote that we gain recognition in State and nation ol affairs, and every Voter should turn out and show to the rest of the country just how many there are of us. Six years ngo the Democrats of Scott county were only entitled to thirteen votes in congressional, judi cial anil senatorial conventions, now we are entitled to sixteen. This is because the Democratic vote in Scott County has largely increased. Take Mr. Arnold, for instance. In 1SH) he received, in this county 1.42S votes. Iu 18!2 he re...

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. — 3 November 1894

TT COUNTY NEWSBOY VOL. "VII. BE3STT03ST, MISSOURI, NOVEMBER 3, 1894, 2STCX 41 TIE SCO it .$ " 1 ... ,' L '. 1 -i"- J. 1C WADDBL AT BENTON. An Able Exposition of the Politi cal Situation. On Tuesday our citizens had the pleasure of listening to Hon. J. ft. Waddelj of St, Louis, who had been appointed by the State Central Com mittee to fill out Gov. Stone's en gagements. Mr. Waddel was driven from Cape Girardeau, where he had spoken Monday night, by our new at torney, Mr. R, A. N. Kingsbury, and, after dining, was escorted to the court house by the Commerce Brass Band and a procession of citizens. The court house was packed full of people, not a few ladies gracing the occasion with their presence. The speaker was Introduced to his audi ence by Mr. De Reign, and delivered very telling address, which occu pied nearly two hours, and of which the following is a brief synopsis : Apologizing for his presence as the substitute for a reputed orator, the speaker at once took up the leading que...

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 November 1894

THE SCGn CQUNTT HIWSEQT. NIL A. AVHBB. MlklMA HENTON. . V MISSOURI. - Ex-PrasroRtr Harrison left Indfoh apoHs, lad., fc New York, Cft Ihe 23d, oa prlrmte business. - RrmnsRroRB B. Hates, Jb., eon of the late exPresident Hayes, was tnsi ried t his second cousin, Miss Luay Piatt, of Columbus, a, oa ihe Uh. e Ths steam whaler Norwhal arrived At San Francisco on the tad, from the r Arctio ocean and reported a catch of v tdxty-nine whales, valued at nearly half a million dollars. Ths first meeting of the cabinet since the Wilson bill became a law occurred at the White House, on the 86th, all the member attending except the sec retary of agriculture, who is tn Ku rope. ' -Tnit convention of the waltsaving Associations of America, of which Uen. Russel A. Alger is president, is to bo held in Pittsburgh, Pa., November 8, and promises to be a noteworthy gath ering. The Farmers' national bank of Mal vern, la., was wrecked and looted by robbers about 3 o'clock on the morn in? of the 36th, who a...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 3 November 1894

Hill iIIAT In the name of ftll that h weird and mysterious is that?" Nlffh t had ' closed In dark and cold. The wind e n ni e whistling and sighing over the moun tains and through the pines in ft tvny that, to one experienced, indicated a storm. John Marnard, ir his light Uffffy; on a lonely valley road in 3orth Carolina, hunjrry, tired and v-ith a Weary horse, had concluded Hot to attempt to drive on to Shelbyville until morning; and, under the suppo sition that he would 3nd a dwelling of some kind, had turned his horso up a steep, stony narrow lane, on cither side ot which lay a low snake fence. Having- reached the first "rising," the J'.orse paused of his own accord for a breathing spell, and John, peering about him Into tho darkness in a vain . i-ffort to discover some signs of a hab itation, became aware of a small light in a patch of woods on his left. It was not the light from a window of a house, for it was small, and moved uloug slowly in a dancing, uncertain way for a shor...

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 November 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pnrt,. A. Hai-seii, Publisher. Vr Vir, in Adcnnce t .. .01 00 ilO tK PROTECTION PRO TECTS. For many years It was the Rcpub- )irlttt nt-v friitt. wit Vnlicf tinvo n vmsi. toctive tariff in order to protect our '"infant industries" against foreign twnpetition, but since these infant Industries have grown to such yior mous proportions that they actually control legislation, the Republicans have changed their tune and now claim that their object is to protect American laboring men. How do our laboring men like the Wind of protection the Republican party has been giving them? For more than thirty-two years this gov ernment has been run under a pro tective tariff system. Hut where does the laboring man come in? Has not the pric? of his labor steadily de treascd, while the price of what he and his family consumes has steadily increased? Then where does the la boring mau come in under this glori ous protective tariff? X lie lact is thai I lie tariir shuts us off from t...

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. — 10 November 1894

ir it 11 " - II "- I ' I -I II II ... I. I I .1 . Ml. II..- -,.,...,... I I --M-I- .11. II I. - I ! I. I - - I J VOL. "VII. BE33STTOISr, MISSOURI, 2sTOVHIM:BH3P?. lO, 1S94. isro. 4S Official Vots of Scott Comity. Nearly Four Hundred Democrats Stay at Home, While the Republicans Turn Out "Like Cats a FightinV A Cold Day. Democratic County Ticket Elected. Populist Ticket in.tli9 Soup! ; o i C CANDIDATES. W : Si i tl'- SI 2 ; W I 5ft j t-1 ! O ; 63 ?:i.!S!3:2.i?i2i::a!Ci ; i g"! ? : i if j ; j s I : : S i ! 3 ! ! 1 s M ! ! if;; ! ! i T O; r; 3 : C : - i- : t: 122; 177: I 1; "123 i i7ii ; i 1; !l22 177: i 1: 181 : j 1 :iio no I a 115 ITS US 180; 200 i JaljB gf Si;r:Bt Csurt. Black, Dem., Robinson, Rep... Jones, Pop ujt. FutUe Sctict'.s, Cairington, D Kirk. R Ellin", P 8::'rsil C:'.!'.'.':or Finks, D Flory. R Hendrickson. P.. C::rc". 14'.k t'.:t. Arnold, D Mozhy. R Livingston, P... De Reign, D Rose. It Mo;.ro, P C!?:iit r.'.:i. Stubblclield. D. Chewaing, R.-P Zcceriw, H inkle. D McCoy, R...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 10 November 1894

J.-t, . ; Ir : f. 1 . I, ' 't. It i ill' HI: ir j j" ' 11 mi i immtmms i - ' ' : v ' - ' .. ' - -' iTlTl'MTTilir 'HIT! ril U " . ' 1 THE SCOTT CODNTY NEWSBOY. miL. A. DAFKBR, Pabllhr. UEXTOK. MISSOURI Tittsburgji is to dopt the St. Lonla flan of transmitting mails between tha mala post office and sub-stations by electrw street cars. Thk Chinese government hits allowed nil stenmcrs to carry cargoes of rice, but the permission came too late to prevent a winter famine. Is consequence of the receipt of sn tirjrcnt telegmm from the czarina the prince and princess of Wales started for Livadia, on the Bist, traveling night and day. A speciat. from Shanghai to the Xew York Herald says the younff empress committed suicide. Sho was rebuked by the emperor, who slapped her face, whereupon she took poison. Thk national telegraph Hues In Ar pcutina hare been )l.icivl under censor ship owinjr to reports of troubles in the north proviaces, where, it is alleged, the governors have been deposed. lilt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 10 November 1894

THE SCOTT C0UM7 NEWSBOY. mil. A. HAFNEK, rublLher. BENTON. . . . 'MlSS0Ula ACROSS THE FIELDS. 1 V0?1 ,f8t B,Bht np h And frMed acrost the fallow Iun4 I V7, low-lounging by a rill, Vtth apple blooras In his hind, Areggod, sun-crowned fnrmnr's lnd. Who dreamed of stores tho future hud Whllea roloeoalled: "Frank! Oh Frank' Where it that lazy boy?" Beyond where flowed the brook there stood A greensward flecked with apple treoa; And aa I Raced across the wood I'm euro I heard the son? of bees The same sweet son of ollrn years That to the past my hcirt endears And the voice: "Frank: Oh Frank I Where U that lniy boy!" - Across the dusty, broad h's'away, Half hidden In a locust bntVe. Xsaw the farmhouse growing pr.iy. And loved It for Its dear old s,kol I heard within tho locust srove The timid thrushes' sonp of love And the roll: "Frank: OhFrankl Where's that laty boy V I eaw the lilacs by the door. The climbing roses on tho wall; The little irarden runnlnu o'er WtU fruits and flowers o ch...

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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 November 1894

SCOTT COUNT? NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Hafner, Publisher. Per Irtir, .. . iV Advance . . .fl 06 Another co-operative colony has failed or U on tho point of failure, Viz, that tit Topdlobampo, on the liulf of California. All of these com munistic Schemes seem to do well enough up to a certain point. That point is where the natural personal bmbition of the members comes in and dictates to them that their ser vices to the community are of more Value than those of their neighbors, tind should be more highly compen sated. Until mankind is on a dead level of excellence or a dead level of worthlcssness such conditions must always prevail, The ambition to be better off and more highly considered lhan our neighbors is one of the in eradicable traits of human nature, and is found even among the lowc animals. It is the factor which has blways been and always will be fatal to such experiments as this in Cali fornia. , The Ero.poror of Russia died la: week, What of it? The Russian government sua lives, ...

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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 November 1894

VOL. "VII. A Handsome Residence. One of the handsomest residences in Scott county is that.of Wm. II. Heisserer. in Benton, which is now rapidly approaching completion. The house is situated at the northern out let of the town on the Capo Girar deau road, and fronts west to that road. It is a frame structure, the architecture being of the composite and ornate so much affected in the suburbs of our cities. It consists of twelve rooms, exclusive of hallways, has a substantial rock-built founda tion and cellar and spacious veran das, and is two and a half stories high. The public rooms are well pro portioned and finely lighted by plate glass bay windows, and the sitting room is furnished with the now pop ular open fireplace, set in a hand some mantel of tile and cabinet work. A very handsome stairway, lighted by stained glass windows, leads from the -hallway to the- second floor, where a second stairway meets it from the rear. The materials used in the construc tion of the house are of ...

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 November 1894

. mtL a. Anna, rabiiahar. , stKNTON. MISSOURI. T etty of Copenhagen was, cu the th, declared a free port. ' Tot abandonment of Fort McKinnep, Wjra, baa been ordered by Gen. Brooks, commanding the department of the matte. ' Hkrb Kock, president of the German reichsbank, will succeed Dr. Herrmann on Schelllng as Prussian minister of Justice. Two W. a T. U. womejc of Indian apolis, Ind., Vrere refused the rijrht to vote, on, the 6th, and a test case will be bepan. , Os the 7th Germany, through Em peror William, replying to President Role's official notification, acknowl edged the Republic of Hawaii. This plant of the Edison Electric Light Co., located at Hackensack, N. J., was totally destroyed by Are at 4 o'clock on the morning of the 6th; loss, about 930.000. A Yokohama, dispatch o! the 8th said that the Japanese were laying torpedoes at Port Arthur and in other ways completing the trap which they had been preparing for the Chinese. ' The latest returns, np to the 8th, from all parts...

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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. — 17 November 1894

If,' .Hi ir i a tar T V-fjj-j-aTw'av 1 lawa ttfiSULTS. The Returns Show a Btronly Ao oentuated Reversal tTnsmtaful nmJ Baltimorb, Md., NovM peculiar things bontlonin Congress will nara .Brutal" " "publlcuu Majority. ColW. Re-Election Assnred. tX??? their m om 7", ' Plurality or at least ivir county oes republican 40 OM J tT ran,r ng ,rom .to 3r0,,;om..2S to 40 on Joint ballot. v -1 uiit-u mates senate. canr.re8! the rePuW" have 7lifWe.,,t3r nnrt Pssibly twenty tfc? twenty-two districts, in d, lentthI dIstrict P- D- Uownlnir, a small xnninritv. ti, j. . . !. tH n loubt' ttml tl,e result will not be definitolv .. flvL ilT,nade- Th returns from 1 D?tS ln this dl8trtct miss ing. The Incomplete returns trlve Bel knap, dem., 100 majority over McGann, i "ithe m,ssinff Precincts are strongly democratic, it is possible that McGann may pull through. 10 otBI,,, West Virginia. HEKLtso, W. Va., Nov. 8.-The democrats haven't uj i i. ""7" Wert Virginia. Returns r,m nonPa'-tisan sources show that t...

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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. — 17 November 1894

J? - ' -s ' 1 X V- V- l1- "I i. : -.- - SCOTT COUNTY NEWSnOY. PlUL. A. HaFNKR, Publisher. fr ler, i Ait vii nee. tl 00 Amoxo the otiusos which contri buted to the defeat of tlio Gth in this fetate may Iv reoonod the lack of a first-olasa, fourl(4 ! t-ruth-tcUitui moi-ninjT paper on the Democratic Ride. Such a paper we had before the HrpnUw fell into the hands or Vrancis and the machine politicians fcf his stripe. While Col. Jones was lit the head of the paper we had oe tusionally to eoniplain that there was too mueh Jones therein, but never that it wanted a doilnUe pol ity or was larking in snap and vigor. During the late campaign it has been u Francis paper, a Cobb paper, lias ouv.vnliot and cold on the silver tpiestion; a paper that told its read crs that New York would go Demo tratie v.heti it knew better; a naixv that deluded its readers with an as twined eonlkience in the result; a pa per which lias lio use for our Clover nor (who has no use for Cleveland) a paper out of sympat...

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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 November 1894

... I NEWSBOYT nn NTY jijj BENTON, MISSOXJPLI, 2STO"VEBE!Pi 24, 1894, NO.44 THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY FROM SlRESTON. SCOTT .'. .' y C the Marriage of Mi", and Mrs. - Vincent Heisserer. Just thirty years ago last Tuesday Vincent Heisserer and Cdthrine Dirn berger were married dt Cape Girar deau. Incommemorntioh of this event the sons and sons-in-law and the daughters and daughters-in-law were invited to assemble Under the parent al roof and spend the day. By some Hokus-pokus proceedings the editor also slipped in edgewise. The Introductory proceedings' were somewhat marred by the misfortune that bofel Mrs. Geo. Meir by being thrown from a buggy, but in a little while everything went gaily on, and the aged couple received many con gratulations from their children and grandchildren. Dinner was announced and, al though the family table had been ex tended'to its full length, it Was found incapable of accommodating the very numerous family. Consequently Mr. Heisserer suggested that the sons w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 24 November 1894

Hid THE SCgpCXniY KMiSIOY. , y rtllU A. BAriTKB, FakMijMt, tlEXTON. . MISSOURI. On tt 15th the president ftp pointed Edwrd K. Lowrey, t OhiA, second secretary of the Caitod States legation ftt rekln. UrwARO ol a thousand persona h Hath, England, were rendered home less, on the 15th, by the verflowing of the River Avon." Anviciw from Fnsan, Core a, twaer (late of the lGth, state that & battle had been fought between Japanese troops and rebellions Ton? Halts, In which the former were victorious. This failures for the week ended on the Ittth, as reported by R. G. Dun & Co., were: For the United States 570. ng-ainst 8"!3 for the corresponding week lost year; and for Canada 38, against 30 last year. On the lfith the president appointed John E. Jackson, of New Jersey, sec retary of the United States embassy at Berlin, and Herbert Goldsmith Squires, of New York, second secretary ol the same embassy. About 10 o'clock on the night of the 15th, twelve metabers of the Cook gang rode In...

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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. — 24 November 1894

MISSOURI STATE NEWS. sL tank' Mayor Awmf from Hani! The steamship St Louis, built by the Cramps for the International NaThjra Hon Co., was launched at Philadelphia on the iniu r Mayor Walbrlrtr of Si Louis attended the banquet given after tne launching, where ntanf lstlninilahed people assembled, among whom ware President and Mr Cleveland. The moyi or remarks received close attention, and th aoovt him and offered oongratulatloni. The president expressed admiration at the senti ment expressed by Mr. Walbrldge, and for sev eral moments there was a comment of Inquiry over the banquet hall. The mayor, It seems, was In his best vein, and during his remarks said: "f??2,In.e,to.br,n?.l.nB trrccting of St. Louis to the president and Mrs. Cleveland and to snv .ZZTXL.C" mni,y Personnlties of love and resneot which resulted from their visit to our city some yeors ago sro ncill living rcnlitle: Sn,7?.evPreMtnehoP thlU he good vessels Which they launched upon the sea of St. Louis maJ to them lad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 24 November 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. fc-l. - " Pint.. A. IIafsk-, Publisher. JfVr Yir,mA1rVmAi.:- fi M , ij, ' . Ave riioi'osti AXAXESflbEXf To our Commcroc eorresixinilent Vo would say that i-very dollar sub tteribed toward the Peavine by Ken ton was paid without a murmur or a whimper. We were anxious for the Voad and wouldn't bo without for a vhoss." But we do claim that we tim not treated fairly, Instead of the road reaching oi't for business, we have to chase after it at a break neck speed in order to give it some. At Morley and Commerce the road Vita representatives, but at Benton it has none. Sometimes wc have a Sunday train, sometimes we don't "When w? haVe a Sunday train th Benton people know nothing of it un til too late. W hat we want here is telegraphic and express connections und somebody to attend to them. We have had eipress packages, on which the charges were prepaid, to lie at Morley for more than two weeks. We know of packages that have been delayed for twenty days. When we undert...

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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. — 1 December 1894

SCOTT CO TY . ; '1 , - ' t ' :. VOL. "VIl. BE3SPr03?T, MISSOURI, DECEMBER 1, 1894. 3STO. 45 f t- FROM BLODGETT, Vhe Orr-Stanley Saw Mill Co. , have feot down to business and are cutting from 8,000 to 12,000 feet of lumbar !per day. They are prepared to saw Jany kind of a bill of lumber to order, o people wanting building lumber would do well to see them., as their milling plant Is located in one of the finest timber regions in Scott county. We had the pleasure of meeting Mr. bhas. L. Stanley, the foreman, and found him a pleasant young gentle man whb thoroughly understands his bvslness from the word go. Yne everlasting patent churn man with his rapidly revolving Rexoled Regulator Is In town. He seems to have one of the best, but not so good as the 'one owned and managed by oar fellow townsman, Jos. E. Shereft Dr. Orr, late of Wickliffe, Ky., moved his family to Blodgett and . now occupies Dr. Johnson's dwelling fronting McCalJen street. We trust his residence here will prove both pl...

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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. — 1 December 1894

IES Euifl CG3EH KKTSEOI. mil. A. HAVITKB, PaMtohMt fcKNTON . . . MISSOU&L Crablm AcetrsTS, her Utary errand duke of Saxe-Weimar-Elnach, died from pneumonia at Cape St. Martin, on the oth, aged SO years. A dispatch from Che-Foo to the Oen tral News, oa the 21st, reported that the Japanese had captured a fort 9 miles west of Port Arthur. Two BTBAltERS carrying U,(XM) bales of American cotton, the first of the season, entered the Manchester ship canal, on the 21st, en route for Man Chester, England. To two women of the Bed Cross who wanted to go to the front on their hu mane mission, Shotlfc, the taotai of Tien-Tsin, said; "We don't want to - save any wounded Chinese." There is a toothless saw in Carne gie's Homestead mill that travels six miles to the minute, and cuts a 25-inch iron beam, Weighing 1,000 pounds to the foot, in two in twelve seconds. Ahtox Gbeoor RtJBtSSTEis, the fa mous Russian pianist and composer, died at Petcrhof, near St. Petersburg, on the 50th, of heart disea...

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