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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 1 December 1894

"V'K :'-7f h - 0 .J 4 THE SCOTT COUMTY NEWSBOY. . MIL. A. H AFNKR, Publisher. , BENTON. .'-.. . MISSOUBL SLEEPIN IN THE ATTIC. ' J remember when my pa tatd: "Jlmmle, eo to f bed," . . Er lot o' funny kind o' things went scootln' - through my head. For I slept In th' attic, where altaro-thlnga come at night. Where goblins grow from rafters, an' lmpses hide from sight, An wait to Jump out on yer when ye're most asleep; An where there's funny crawlln' things 'at creep, creep, creep tip on th' bed, on' grab yer throat, on' mnl;e yer cry and groan. All Jes' because yer huve to sleep up nttlo all alone. An' t remember pa sold ho thought most any kid 'Ould like to sleep up attic, leastwise ho always did. . An' when yer hear the rats cr rumiln' round at night, An' yer think perhaps thpy'n boglo men with long white teeth 'at bite; An' then ihe moon comes in on lays or white streak on th' floor, An' yer go ter sleep an' dream about th' bogle men some more, . An' the cobwebs on the rafters loo...

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 December 1894

. . p : in 1 1 II hi:. 4 P if t at ! 5 fl t vt ' - CCOTrfcOtyXtTY tUEWSBOY. Phil. A- Hatnkr, Publisher. year, f .Advance . 00 TIIANKSGlViXGk Wk hope you gave thanks on Thurs day. Even if you did get hurt In the landslide of the 6th, still you had much to bo thankful for. Besides the fact that you were still, as the preachers eayj "in the land of the living and in a place of hope," you had reason to be thankful that the land you live In is a hopeful land, no ft) a Her what may happen on election day! As the song in Finnafore has tt, "you might have been a Russian, a "Turkoman or Prussian, "whereas you hro an American, living in the freest and most enlightened land under the dome of heaven. Then, again, if you had to sell your wheat for forty cents, your cbrn and hogs are fairly high and your butter and eggs 'way upi If you raised none tf these commodities, then you might give thanks that you did not have the bother of raising them. You are not in the jail, the hospital or the asylum ...

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 December 1894

.' r urn ,'f ? i E TT COUN ::'..-e; iw VOL, "VII. BE1STT03ST, MISSOURI, IDEOEBEiP. 1894, 2STp. 46 rp SCO TY R WE PUT UP! And the Editor of the Record Got His Reward. Success .ami t scheme desorv About three months ago the News- smooth wav boy began a system of advertising 0ut their plan FROM r.LODGCTT. The big Thnlksgiving bail tons a by putting up posters along the high ways all over tho county. The mat ter was of considerable trouble and expense to us, but we expected to be repaid by an increase of business. In a few days the posters began to disappear from the trees, but we re placed them with new ones, and be gan an investigation as to who was doing the contemptible work. We soon obtained sufficient evidence to satisfy us that it was E. H. Smith, but the evidence was not sufficiently clear to convict him in court. Two weeks ago we offered a re ward of $5 for evidence to con vict him, and in a few days word 'came from Blodgott that the desired evidence could be furnished. In 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. — 8 December 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY MSBQY. mil. A. HAFNKB, PablUhats BENTON MISSOUkL Tim loss of the missing ship Ivanhoe has been Substantially confirmed by the finding of one of her Hfe buoys by Indians on the west coaat of Vancou ver Island. .This board of stewards of the Cali fornia Jockey club of San Franeisno suspended Lucky Baldwin's trainer, W'm. lirion, on the 20th, tor suspected crooked work. Advices from Tainatave say that the address issued by Queen l'anavalo, tirsringr the llovas to resist the French, had been received by the people with frantlo enthusiasm. A bill will be presented In the Ala bama legislature forbidding the play ing of football in the state, except by college teams, and by them only on their own grounds. TnE regular cabinet meeting, on the 30th, was sot aside, as on the three previous cabinet days. The Inclemency of the weather, probably, prevented the president from attending. XEWsrArEns of all the political par ties in Ierlin eulogize the deceased Frineess Bismarck as 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. — 8 December 1894

YET, AM I OLD. t Mtw knew that I ni old- LlaetruthlndreamittaaUruthyetaeekied Cnttl U honest "photo" told JliIwuiiW children turn from ghostly dark. As our hearts chill at barbarous tales, TOo wlU not look, we will not hark, Our ace to markl . "Wo know our hope has broken wlnj. We know we shall not miss tho worldi But all Is nothing to the sting jCb told lines brlngl Yet, after all, when once we bow Submissive to the Iron fact, We and that life can, even now, Cnthrall, somehow I Ejres that are kind o'erloolt tho urny ' That shimmers on our whitening head; Kisses from lips wo love delay Joys but a day I t-Roso Hawthorne Lathrop, In Ladies Home Journal. VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN FOLK. I stumbled clown the mountain amid a whirl of leaves and twigs, making straight for the valley. I had left the path, and suddenly found myself breaking through a brush fence and half way across a "clearing." Tho place was unfamiliar to me. A cabin, preserving a miraculous balance, tilted forward from the steep s...

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 December 1894

: i ". V - AT ASHLEY'S HALL, ORAM, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13. 1894. '4 lias to Mirnislieil and tainted and Moor Smoothed. - V b le M 4 -1 R i' ; .1 .3 ': f if H it v 1- i.-. V t.w i. tr. . . FV-" )' ..J,(','. v v r.V". ; ; ' fiCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Im.. A. H.vfnku. Publisher lr Vrnr. in AJwhcc .2 00 THE mEMDExrS MESSAGE. Confess converted Monday with 47 meniKrs ovor a quorum in the iiouso of Representatives. The President's message, which. O i account of the new financial policy expected to be outlined therein, has been anticipated with interest and Vuriosity. was somewhat of a disap pointment as to that feature. The message is lengthy, but is almost en tirely a condensation of the reports of the heads of departments. An earnest protest against the sugar schedule of the tariff bill and a re commendation that it be remodeled s the only salient feature in the message outside of the commenda Vion of Mr. Carlisle's new policy. This new financial ideal is. accord ing to Mr. Clevi-laud...

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 December 1894

4- ' TEE COTT COUNTY VOL. -VII. BENTON, . MISSOURI, DECEMBER 15, 1894, 3STO. 47 NEWSBOY, - 1 1) Hi t a. i ; ' .r . ? V 1 'st 3 -I ; I.: ' . 1 9 " - V ( ' IT WAS ALL PREDJUDIGE. The Arnault to Kill Case Van ished Into Thin Air. The tax. payors of Scott county can go to work and do a little extra plow ing and hoeing and grubbing in order to pay the costs in a case brought against the editor of the Newsboy by the prosecuting attorney, upon the affidavit of E. H. Smith, charging us With assault to kill. There was not a shadow of evidence to sustain the Charge, and the prosecution was a malicious bne. . 'Squire Welch called the caso about 11:30 a. in. Prosecuting Attorney Moore and Wm. Hunter represented the State and Albert DeRcign and W. A. Kingsbury represented the de fence. Mr. Smith swore that we struck him in the buck of the head with the heavy or butt end of the cane. Not one of his half dozen wit nesses corroborated him. They all swore that we met face to face, and that we struck...

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 December 1894

rajscurrcoiimmsEOY. fhuu a. BArram, ruhr. BRSTON. . MTSSOnRt. H.X-GOV, T-KOif J. Jersey, rVjed In Jersey City, o'tt the 4th, ol catarrh of the stomach. Chimeric merchants enj-aged hi the shipping trade are transferring their vessels to the protection ot fore lira flags. Ox the 6th, a British squadron of seven cruisers suddenly arrived at Woo Sing, a little to the north of Shanghai. Some striking action on their part was expected. Daniel W. Cosnkllt, member of the forty-eighth congress, died in Scran ton, Pu, on the 4th, aged 4T years Death resulted from a stroke of paral ysis which he sustained three weeks before. Secret art Herbert ordered the pay ment, on the 6th, to the Cramps, of Philadelphia, of $414,000, earned by the cruiser Minneapolis as speed premium. This is one of the largest premiums ever paid. M. Leon Sat, in the discussion tm the budget in the French chamber, on the 8d, expressed himself as opposed to an income tax. M. Polncar proposed that a personal progressive reba...

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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. — 15 December 1894

WHEN SUMMER BREEZES BLEW. O Mft and tweet the morning bright Break o'er the hilltops blue; Adown the mead the beam of light Glint on the drope of dew; The brook thnt babbles through the grore Sings soft Its lullaby; O sweet la life and sweet Is lore When summer breeses sigh. The blue bird's note at early dawn The drooping silence breaks; The robin skims the dewy lawn, New day with song awakes; And mists from out the valley move, The wind-swept pine breathes low: O sweet is lire and sweet Is lovo I When summer breezes blow. The soft-eyed cow the clover crops, Nor counts the leaves before; . While down the glade the milk nmtd trips And counts them two, three, four; Heigho," she sings the milk above, "One he comos, and two he tarries, " ; O sweet Is life and sweet is lovel When reign the summer fairies. The farmer boy goes fresh afield, Heeds not the apple blossom That In his path their frncrnn.ee yield, Or nature's sweet taught lessou His wistful eyes towards the t-ity rove, Their dre...

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 December 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Hafnir, Publisher, ..91 00 DE LESSEPS. One of the most interesting figures of the nineteenth century passed aWay when Count Ferdinand De Les sees died at Paris on the 7th Inst. TU is great French engineer, whose latter years were overshadowed by misfortune and, we fear, crime, had a career and did work for the world of Vast international importance In the face of seemingly overwhelm ing opposition, the power of tho En glish government, the almost insup erable forces of Bature and the diffi culty of raising capital for a scheme almost universally regarded as chim erical, he succeeded, after many years of such heroism as only great minds are capable of, in building the Suex canal, and thereby linked two oceans and revolutionized the high Way between the hemispheres. For that service he received honors and decorations the world over, and his own countrymen, especially the com mon people, imbibed a faith in his ability which cost them very many millions 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. — 22 December 1894

1 ft li ft 5 1R 7 I: , ; v t 1 - ' ' t v .-II t. , - DA Horry Christmas. 'A Happy New Year- -'- A' l JT "r3 72 j"""' " ', . iL'-rainff- ,, , ., .. , . .. i ., , ., "VOlLi. VII. BENTON, lISSOTJPtl, DECEMBER 22, 1894. 3STO. 48 .. "Mill r-H 'in rfi nn Inl Desiring Practical Articles, Possessing Genuine Merit, That will be appreciated beyond the Holidays Can ill afford to overlook our Collection of Useful' and resen s All offered at a Reasonable Cost. This X-mas Season Promises to be our Largest in sales, from the simple fact that will be in exceptional demand. II D seni Are a Constant Reminder of the Giver, And suggest personal forethought of personal needs. Such goods alone we offer our patrons. Those seeking articles for a CHRISTMAS GIFT ! will find it to their advantage to look through our Choice Stock of New and Seasonable Goods, that are now offered at prices that make us beyond question, quality considered, The Lowest-Priced House in the Gape. otnins: 3E3E 8 BOHNSAOK & STRATM...

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. — 22 December 1894

( . V' I." t . I: '0 Ms ? f JS ' w x x-.. f 'XxX' f '1XX-'' TEE SCOTT COPSTI MWSBOY. PHIL. Am HArNBIt, raoUahar. BENTON . . . MISSOURI The house of representatives, on the 11th, pawed the railroad pooling bill by a rote of yeas lM, nays HO. f Fcrthbb withdrawals of jrold from the New York sab-treasury, on the 13th, reduced the Rold reserve to slightly above $101,138,033. The government of Uruguay pro poses to Issue an edict against the ad mission of undesirable Immigrants. The law will be similar to that of the United States. Ths gold reserve on the evening of the 14th stood at 808,341,831. The day's withdrawals amounted to $4,875,000, of which amount S1,C50,000 was knowu to be for export Telegrams received at Sandusky, O., on the 12th, indicate the loss of the schooner Mary Amelia and her crew, which left Port Iluron November 27 for that port with a cargo of lath. Tns failures In the United States for the week ended on the 14th were 849, against 33H for the corresponding week last ...

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. — 22 December 1894

4: v r err- 1l J? I) THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. raib A. HAFNER, FobUsho. BENTON. "iHSSOURL THE STRONG MAN. he thunderbolts that rumble o'er his hoad. Barbed with forued Ught'nlngs red, Shake not the silent grandeur of his soul Marching unto Its goal; Louder the tempest shrieks, the louder he, Clad In his panoply Honor his helmet, truth his trusty shield. w uvw yui now to yieia ! The llTlng lie pursues him where he goes, Girt by relentless foes; And calumny that's crueler than death Beaks with Its enamel breath To brand his brow with Infamy and shamo, And smirch his precious name; Be hath no fear, strong In his iron will Proud and undaunted still! He molds to his with wise, unerring ken, The minds of many men, Carrlng their thought, as sculptor doth stone. In union with his own S?ndln tne veils of prejudice thai bind The fools among mankind. Smiting the knaves in battle's angry shock Defiant as a rock I His voice Is like a slortous elarlon call Hinging through hut and hall, Lauding th...

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 December 1894

S'-'C"'-'-'" ,J1 (.. k i t .V -it SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Hafnkr, Publisher. . JVr Tear, in AJeanft; ..$1 00 . If You Want It, Say So. ' . Ijjo you want a paper , That gives you all the news, That keeps you amply posted And drives away the blues ? Do yoU-wttnt a paper That is always up to date; That giVes the news from far and near And never comes out late ? 1)6 you want a paper That is fearless, true and tried, That turns the light on demagogues And makes the rascals hide ? Do you want a paper That is the people's friend, That tells you what is going on From beginning to the end ? Do you want a paper That battles for the right, That gives no heed to silly threats Of Boycott, fuss or fight ? Do you want a paper That to lords does not incline, But tells you how a Judge iro hm Can remit a paltry fine ? Do you want a paper That pays its honest debts, That does not "bum" its patrons For everything it gets? Do you want a paper That's a credit to the town, That's a credit to the co...

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. — 22 December 1894

mm - , HE uidnlcht ta . . passed. Ana the Christ mas Is hero; f tnlMin tiAlla Through the night hushed and clear; As angelic hoeta brought the tidings of old, let now the g lad news by thy deep tongues be told. O Joy to the world. Forget sorrow and fearl The mldnlirht Is naaaed. And the Christmas Is her The morning has dawned, And the Christmas Is here; Hsnd clasps brother hand, Heart to heart draws more near, rhe Incense ot pines nils the homes of the land, In Ood's house behold now a worshiping band, -Because long ago - The dear Christ-child was born. The sunrise to-day Brings the world Christmas mora. The erenlng shades gather, Still Christmas Is here; Draw closer the curtains While fires burn olear. fho joy of bestowing transfigures each face, The heart is an altar, o thrice holy place. O joy to the world. Heaven's raptures appear! The midnight draws bn. And the Christmas is here. -Clara Louise Burnham, in Youth's Com panion. mm was a wild and blustering Christmas ere, and as Mr...

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. — 22 December 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. , Piiil. A. U.VFSEiij Publisher. Pier Yrar, tt AJctiOcr .......... $1 00 ' 1S94. 1 Before our next issue appears the jrear 1894 will "sleep With its fathers." As we approach the close 'tf the century, eVery succeeding year seems to crowd into itself more of Important events than did any of its predecessors. Perhaps the nearer fcoint of view accounts for this, but Nevertheless) the year 1894 has been 'surprisingly, fertile in important ' events one vt the tn no less than the 'defeat of an empire of four hundred ' millions by one of forty' millions a splendid vindication of civilization as against barbarism. Should this event 'arouse Chiua from her strange leth argy-, there will be changes in Asiatic maps before the twentieth century 1s many years old. The year has been one of great up- 'heaval among wageworkers, and sev eral of the greatest strikes in history have happened therein. The outcome of these strikes has shown that cap! tat still holds the Whip hand ov...

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. — 5 January 1895

. " LITTLE THING Only llttin tiinmij .. ut It pierced with tlnj atlng, It feauhedawh SV ' A "von,, -vii. 333ZHnTT03ST, ILOSSOTTPII, J-JtTjjtt'ir 5, 1385, 3STO. 49 "CAPPED THE CLIMAX. F1S03I liL01i:TT. it Remained for Benton to Have the Swell Affair of the Holidays. One of the happiest events of the holidays in Benton was a party given by Mr. and Mrs. Jus Walker on Sat urday evening. The invitations announced music and dancing and 'twas indulged in until the clocks struck twelve. Early in the evening as delegations came in from Oran, Morlcy, Blodgett and Kelso, it was apparent that a private house was too small for the number of guests, but when Com merce came out on a special train 20 or 30 strong, the Newsboy office was hastily converted into a splendid dance hall and the ball rolled on. Everything went oil lovely and and nothing but its being Sunday could have stopped the pleasure. Mrs. Walker received many com pliments on the success of her party and Commerce was voted a pension ...

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. — 5 January 1895

LilJCOIIEIIESMSuiliHEWS AND NOTES. Yetls. Am AmSK, FablWawt. IIEXTOS. Rumor Is current In Washington that Assistant PcMtnxistar-Uoncral Frank II. Jones, of Illinois, Is engaged to Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartoiis, Uen. Grant's daughter. , Sicily Buffered from severe earth4 quake shocks, on the 27th, and touch damage is reported to ham Yeen done. Messina and MihiBZO felt the shocks most keenly. This bluest and most successful fox hunt In the history of Allegheny coun ty, Pa., took place on Christmas day. T)lHlf.fT fllA dat, M iHotnniwi nf tn-antt. five miles was covered. The result of the hunt -was ten foxes. The presidents of the colleges of Ihe state, at a meeting held in Ilidiannp olis. Ind., on ths 27th, decided to pro hibit inter-c'i!"late football games henceforth. Inhibition sports of any kind only will be allowed. The American Forestry association, having for its object the preservation of the forests of the country, convened at tho department of agriculture in Washington city, on ...

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. — 5 January 1895

LITTLE THINGS. ' OtiVw a 1141. - .. ,",, "K worn or wd no mors; It pierced, with tiny sting, tod left a true . heart sore; u hushed awhile th muxla that hearU eleae And. dimmed the Inward luonhlire that eUe had wen so clear. Why it brought thought of Heaven o eloso to tiuuuiea near, -And cleared the dusky shadows-like mornlnc mixta apart. "Only little thlnit-the breadth tit a hilr-so That either eye nor tar could trace Its silent Y' iaaij'T6? ,"re'tcno5to discord, and Ann set tin it has been banished can the a urcaine once more. Only little thing withering breath that 61 I??, "I"1"11 bloom of the flower, and . ... "ieu ih mner huo Tret ne er again shall It smile at the kiss of the morning-sun. ?!?!,1!l,."rDe8,,tyhBU,,rnl"sI'ed,ond lis ranile life is dono. Bl, flow"'8 ,hln,(-Jrct from mM bcglnnlnirs The wondrous ways of life, from whence ft world might grow .And In tiniest germs may lurk tie poison-bear- Ing breath That may lay the hope ot notion low in the grasp of death. Only a lit...

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. — 5 January 1895

--' .4 ... . r' V. Is v' SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pint.. "A. IIafnkr, Publisher. ir Ytitr, ih Advance.'. ........ Of SWEARIXC! iFF. Then Is a ton'Jcncy Hi tho human rrthul to start on any reform at sonic well marked date. Tho practice of ' Wearing o(T" on a birthday or Now Year's day U old and respectable, tt is entirely harmless mid is in many vases highly beneficial. Say that a merchant determines that after Jan uary first of a given year he will gi re no more credit. Say that he sticks to the rule for a year, he fituis that b;th he and his customers are better satiwfled and b.'tter tIT, und he is likely to continue on In tliUt line. Or kiy tliat a niah determines that after it given date he will pay cash for Everything and get along without whivt he lias not the cash to buy, he will find that a year's practice of that sound system has saved him not only considerable money but endless an noyance. The -youna miui who decides that liquor or tobacco are injuring him de clares for a swea...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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