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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 12 January 1895

ir, -1 - r - VOL. "VII. PK03I COMMERCE. The thing you call news is getting to bo a scarce article and were it not for tho weather wo might as well be dumb. . Last Sunday the Quocii of the South paid us a visit and it was pleasant enough to read tho Bible or the Newsboy on the porch. This sort 'of doings in January did not suit the King of the North, Old Boreas, and he sent word over tho wires that he Was coming and that instead of read ing out of doors we should look after tour wood-piles. We took him at his Word, and now the thrifty housewife is saving the ashes for soao-iuaking next spring. Next to the weather at Commerce is tho ever present river, which is growing smaller and beautifully less every day. It is now principally sand-bars, and the islands loom up wonderfully. When crossing the riv er it seems that there is a land route and a water route, and when you get to shore there is considerable climb ing. But just wait until next June, when the mighty Missouri and Miss issippi...

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. — 12 January 1895

- aib Mm UINII, rabltekWk Aknton. . MISSOUtU. , Joms Owex, ft well-known water color artist, died at his residence in Detroit, Mich., on the 4th, of pneu monia. . It Is estimated that 200 fishermen be longing in Hull and Grimsby, England, were drowned during the recent gales off that coast. It was reportefVvofHclal circles in Brussels, on t?;.- tth, that the Belgian government Intended to lay before parliament a proposal to annex the Congo state. Jons M. Walkkr, who was once partner with Flood, O'Brien and Mac key, in the "Big Bonanza" miplng com bination, died in San Francisco on the night of the 8d. Tub public debt statement, issued on the Sd, shows a net increase in the public debt, less cash in the treosury, during December of $31.320. 770. Total cash in the treasury, 9783,754,280. Farmer Charles Bvehl was burned to death and his wife was seriously in jured, on the Sd, while trying to save their house and barn at Port Washing ton, Wis., which had been fired by their insane son. ...

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. — 12 January 1895

BABY THE FIRST. - . i i i J 111 maU, Th poet mj alnr Like bird on thl wine, tad th primer accustom hU qultl To talented utrsln. I mean to maintain bi 0M tnln "lea pMset tbllr It haa never been sunf , B terrestrial tonirue, It nJS never by pen been rehearaed, How ineffably prized And how tnnch Idolized In toe homestead la Baby the First! Not for Ossas of cold TJpon Pcllons rol.cd, not for pearls to the firmament piled. Not for rubies galore. Or tho great Koh-l-Noor, would the mother relinquish that child. She would brave tho high Are Of a Dldoesquo pyre. She would patiently hunger and thirst. If h' r aacrlilce brave Could by any means save Prom one pang nor sweet Baby the Flrsll Ohl that dear little thing Is the queen or the king Of the house in which It ha 1 birth: For the mother's strong lovo Simply ranks It al ovo KT'ty creature or object on earth. Yes. she fondly contrives To beilevo that its "hives" Is of earthly diseases the worst. And its tiniest rche Will Induce her to woko A...

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. — 12 January 1895

OTT COUNTY NEWSBO.Y. Phil. A. IIafskr, Published. Vr Irnr, Aihnnce. . , 2 t i i 00 : About free iUlXer. Tlie Democratic Stdte conventions bf Nebraska, South Carolina, Arkan bas, Ohio, Kansas, Wyoming. Colo rado, Montana, Utah, California and Idaho adopted a free silver plank in theif platforms at a ratio of 1(5 to 1. All the labor organizations have sent a petition to Congress asking for free bilver at 16 to 1. Tho trans-Missis-feippi congress, representing all the States west of the Mississippi riVer, demanded free silver at 16 to 1, as did also the Federation of Later. The silver diiestioii can no longer he side-tracked by such silly utter ances as "wild-cat currency." Silver was good money until 1873, when it was brought down by legislation. If Congress has tho power to demono tizo silver it certainly lias the same power to remonetise it. Since tho Value of silver has depreciated, every thing else has depreciated at about the same ratio except gold, which has appreciated. Prior 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. — 19 January 1895

III t: VOL- "VT1. FUOJI COMMliKCE. The fiver is rising the cause be ing backwater from the Ohio. On Tuesday morning someof our citizens were putting up ice, but before even ingthe rain stopped them. The Missouri legislature is busy trying to change our present laws and make new ones. Every two years changes are made. No doubt there is a necessity to change, and among other changes a change in the school age of children from six to four years would be good for the mothers, as it would require the teachers to take care of the little ones. I think It would be right and proper to have compulsory education. The tax-payers arc compelled to pay taxes whether their children attend school nr not. Another change, requiring the payment of criminal costs by the counties, might reduce expenses. Al so, requiring the counties of each ju dicial circuit to pay the judge's sala ry; also to pay the representatives. This would relieve the state officials of a great deal of work, and give the tax-payer ...

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. — 19 January 1895

v : . 9 mm 4 A - ytr." ; - r ' ,-. 'is .:-. ' ' 4 ' ! C' - -,r r a- t ' -''! f. it ! r THE SCOTT COUNTY HSWSBOT. PHIL. A. HAfiER,'PatlblMh llEN'fON. . . MISSOURI. Of the Oth, the liellairts (O.) w tor works powerhouse was flooded, nnd the cntlvo tvnter supply of the city was cutoff. ., Os trie 9th Gov. Nelson of Minnesota emphatically denied the rumor that he had pardoned Colo Younger, the bank robber and murderer, and said Ruch a thought had iwver entered his head. Tnn third nnntml convention of the Kational I.eaffue of Commission Mer chants opened at the Metropolian ho tel in New York on the 0th. There were about eighty delegates present. Thk schooner Francis L. Oodfrey railed from rhiladelphla three weeks ago for Salem, Mass., and up to the Oth, had not been heard of. She carried a crew of si.x or seven men, besides Cnpt. Corson. Mil. As Mns. OT.ArtSToxR started from the Cnaring Cross station. Loa tlon, on the 8th, ut 10:110 a. m., for Cannes, France. Lord Roseberry was among tho...

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. — 19 January 1895

. ' if v-. X' ' - i j I'-.'. ; . : ' BAIttV, OF TEXAS, VA8insGT0jf, Jan. 15.-The Impeach inent of United SUted Jndge Kicks o! Clereland, O., was strongly recom mended by Representative Bailey, o! Texas, at the meeting of the judiciary committee, consisting of himself and Mr. Lane, of Illinois, democrats, and Mr. llrtxlerlck, of Kansas, republican, which in November last investigated the charges of malfeasance in office brought against Judge Rlclcs several months previously. A!f ORAL 8TATEMKST. Mr. Bailey has been too ill since the meeting of congress to prepare a writ ten report. However, he wade a state ment which consumed an hour and a half before the full committee, In which he went over the facts thoroughly, lie claimed that the evidence showed that Judge Ricks had received fees that he knew ho was not legally entitled to; he retained them after he became a United States judge, and that the fees so retained ought to have gone to the government. "The fees in question were those c...

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. — 19 January 1895

4 V r 11 ft" & ... 1 '.trrf mattief . t i f: Y- '.t-'f i' TU rf-'t f--. -, . J -' ' ..era . win Z wattt. SCOTT COlfNTY NEWSBOY. . Piul. A. IIafskh, Publisher. iVr IWir, in AihAutr.. fl 00 IT IS MISLEADING. The timo lias whip when every Mis Vnirinn, who pretends to believe in tiie principles of the Ponioeratk par ty, should put. his foot square down Upon the St. Louis Ripnlific. When we piv-k up the utntx Pcmncmt we now that we have a Republican pa pr : when we glance over the W llsptitch we expect something on the independent order, but when we take up the HrpAMicvra are kept constant ly busy in trying to locate the colored Jiontleman, who Is obstructed from vie by the wood-pile. During the campaign of 02, under the management of Col. Jones, the Ripullic had u powerful influence because it voiced the sentiment of the Western Democracy and was 'consistent anc" in touch with the peo pie. It was a Western paper all wool and a yard wide. It was true to the people and their interests...

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. — 26 January 1895

TV 1 KM 1 3Li. "VII. DJ.ODGETT. f . . Commercial hotel wai ,J last week in a blaze of glory ana a nice social and dancing party at which about twenty couple were present. . At 12 o'clock the re freshments wore served consisting of Vine and cake.; Everyone had a most enjoyable time r.iid the champagne .didn't get into the boy's heels and r 1 11 . ; i-i mum i nun uaucing u 101 more. . After popping , the question the next thing is to question the pop.' I Will Fulcher is the on'y one of the Bio lgett boys why handles the noted kitchen cabinet, a'd his horse heard so much about it tirat he ran away f Jast Friday and brjke a shaft from C"tbe bK83 Ho wot or, he has become concilod to his lol by this time. jfor. and Mrs. R. L. StubbleScld 4cave this place for iienton this week, r? where Bob goes to nistall himself in to the routine of his office. They leSve a host of friends who regret to see them depart am1, feel that our loss is Benton's gain. Miss Minnie Baker left last Satur day for he...

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. — 26 January 1895

A fa i .1 7. 4- 1 r. V - . : a-; .-offCOBliTIEfSEOl ' rait. a. BArxEft, Miiik tlKXTON. MISSOURI. Thb stock room of the Clipper Plow On. at Defiance, (X, was burned on the 16tb. Loss, $20,000; small Insurance. OH the loth the United States war , . ship Philadelphia was ordered to pro- , eeed to Honolulu to protect American interests in theHawailan islands. It was reported, on the 80th, that M. Hourgeols, who had consented to form the new French cabinet, had secured the promises of sereral statesmen to e iter it. Tire housJ committee on .judiciary. on the ISth, v a rote pi Y to 6, decided to present tothe hdse resolutions of Impeachment ainst Judge Ricks, of the northetlistrict of Ohio. amvmbnt on the constitutionality ; -"the income tax law was concluded ' --on the 10th, before Judge Hapncr, of Washington, in equity court No 5, , ua me juajre said lie would render his decision on the 23d. Thb duke of Orleans, pretender to . . the throne of France, left Stowe house, uonaon, on the 10t...

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. — 26 January 1895

o r - - ) I n I TICK.TQCK LULLABY. Tkei' a link) tired thoo ted a little massed fro, llclotock. tick-took, tlck-tock. Aoi on the Door lies little limp took, Wok-tock, tlck-tock, tick-took: Thejr are clad, I em sure, after golnt ell day, we teet from the tabor and pleasure of play, Tlck-tock. tlck-tock, tlck-tock. ?How quietly sleep comes count the clock I - Tlck-tock. tlck-tock, tick-took. Cooes In at the door wlih never a knock, Tlck-tock. tlck-tock. tlok-tock. with no one to greet him, welcomed guest! He enters snd glveth his dear ones rest, Tlck-tock, tlck-tock, tlck-tock. Perhaps he Is near us while wo rock, Tlck-tock. tlck-tock. tlck-tock, And soon will disclose his wonderful stock, Tlck-tock, tick-took, tlck-tock! la exchange for thy store of wearlnoss. Hla bag of dreams ho will leave. I guess, Tick-took, tlck-tock, tlck-tock. Wllllcm 9. Lord. ts)HE moon was I fi I' ihln inn 'U brightly, il- lumina ting the sandy plain around the fort as only the moon in Arizona can illuminate...

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. — 26 January 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. - Phil. A. IIafnkr, Publisher. u i , , , fYr Ytnr, in Ailatncr.. ... .. 00 - -r ' Tit TUT THE PEOPLE. In thW Issue of the Nkwsihiy ap p'ars an article from the Jefferson Cit- Trilwur, entitled: "Trust the People." Yoii should read it cure Itilly and then read it again. It contains more solid truth ami undis guised faets than any article we have ever read concerning the currency question and the condition of our ruuntry. The Trilmnv is hot controll ed by "boodlers" and is one of the lew influential journals that is with the common people. It very truth fully says- that "the apologists and beneficiaries of our present system t)f finance ttre ili the habit of answer ing alt critics by calling them popu lists, anarchists and socialists." What is true of national affairs is lilso trug of local affairs only on a smaller scole. A county court is to & eoiinty just what a national con press is to a nation. If wc have an honest and economical county court a court tha...

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. — 2 February 1895

A. - I . VOiLi. "VIII. FROM COMaiEKCE. Some people were Wondering last December what had become ot the winter. Waiting they have found out. It is right here. We have enough enow for sleighing, but very few sleigh. One draw back to sleigh riding m this part of the country is that when you start from home yoti have snow, but when you start for home you are apt to have mud. ' Al though we have not as much snow as they have in the mountains of Cali fornia where it is forty feet 'deep we generally have as much as we want. We live here iu a peculiar telimate and have, as in the North, an occasional blizzard, and then we have early spring ami early vegetables. We can grow wheat, oats, barley, rye, flax and cotton, and with a little trouble, grow figs. Neither the North or the South have much advantage of us. A tenant building on J. H. Moore's place, occupied by France Brooks, was destroyed by lire Sunday night. Two hundred bushels of corn, some meat and some outbuildings got mixed up 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. — 2 February 1895

T , 1 r ., 4 tunrBs, rbukM States semte, on the eoftSrnxed the ttomlaatloa of IX TUIimml, of Teanessee, to be sMtEetdor. MU pledging tire rWth of tb State to the construction of rata eanal u passed by , on tbe Sate, y rot ot SI vL.yjTmitBttT,atTred atQneene- x ttA3d, on the steamer Tcn 9 Ie tefosed to be itiBM-viewed f W. danaestte mffairs or the ntndefefef. t-'-Je iwafrisgwa l the MoRotyrabeta i VM Dorics -at South Pitta btirjrK, -signed tfkeacale presented by tbe lrorkmen an tbe ntjrht of the 25th, Una (rtontfr victory to tbe abrfHers. ii i the Vl Judge Hagner, of Wash- iMn, dismissed tbe application of bin O. Martin, of New York, for an junction to Test rain the commissioner f internal revenue from collecting tbe nconitar.. - ' tig topic In religkww cir - is tbe probable elevation .tinjrnished and brainy e American Episcopal C. Potter, to ties office ifter tbe example of the and. duced in December last a, of Massachusetts, to States district courts - u first over contested- ectio...

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. — 2 February 1895

i STATE TAXES. 4- or. Btone Sends a Special Mes sage to the Legislature Sara tha Wooae Enquiry KnolatHm i mm xkmmi rpon Misinformation, and that 00,000.000 Vf Not Added t ta Farmers Borden. State or wraanTtnt -I EXWCTIVI IlEPAHTMFST, lErTEHSOtt C'lTT. Jan. 21. 1HB&. ' f 1 t f tTcmmt of Xeprttntatira: Tarn following rcsolnttan. AmiA k h. boose of representatives, has been transmitted i vo me: . lrti?htwn,r.lDl?r -That tbe governor, ax the principal member W toe hoard of equaiiiatlon. be requested, at Is earliest convenience, to Inform this house ay the atate board of equalization, when thev lound it necessary to increase the tAinhi'o ftlth Of the NtntA. TlllUffl n m,Atn ..... of K6.000.(W upon the farm property of the state. instead of increasing the taxable wealth m the railronds until railroad property shall Dear its eau'. table sharenf imui ..Hi..,., in do by the resolution passed bv the house of tepresentallYei of the Thirty-seventh general assembly, and to be found at page W...

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. — 2 February 1895

r 1 11 Mm. f J ST- I' .'r I5P ;01I COUI, NEWSBOY. yt.-iu JL Hefner, Publisher. Iww, in, j4(vnce. ;: roii. vin, xo. i Tith Ibis Issue the Scott Covnty (r Jf rbot enters upon the eighth year A its existence. We say it Without ?ear ot successful contradiction that io paper in Southeast Missouri has I "progressed as has the Nkw'sboy 3ven years ago wo came here with b mere handful of printing material; today we have the best equipped jjrtntifig establishment in Southeast VOur I of which the Ironton Reg fliemHj brag about their fob printing v' ' 'jufSts, and challenge the world to tretty well fixed in that wav itself. but it doesn't hesitate to admit that AWthog of Benton may hold its held up among the best. We have eeU'wba it can do. Bro. Hafner, We salute you." We founded the NewsHOt under fficvltties and the healthiest of op inion, vv nen we came here we n discovered that there were two tinct classes of people in the coun- ,y. One class earned their daily I by th sweat of their face an...

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. — 9 February 1895

VOL. -VIII. FKOM SIKESTON. Mr. Maborry, died at his home near Sikeston last Thursday after a short lVncss. Rev. Brandt, of Charleston, came over Sunday and preached an excel lent sermon at the Catholic church Sunday evening and Monday morning. Mrs. Ed. P. Crowe, formerly of this place but now of Wheatley, Ark., is visiting her mother and relatives, and remain with friends for a few weeks. Jack Simmons, of White Springs, is visiting with his many friends here this week, and looks as though White Springs agrees with him. Frank Smith has resigned his posi tion as book-keeper with Sikes, Tan ner & Co., and intends to farm this year. Alfred Moore has accepted a posi tion with Sikes, Tanner & Co., as book-keeper. Sheriff Batts was in town last Sat urday on business We presume. Rev. Dawson, of this place, and a pastor of Konnett, Mo., commenced a two mouth's meeting at the Bap tist church last week. Great good is anticipated. It is ncar'.ng Valentine's day and you may look for one ...

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. — 9 February 1895

-. , ... :.. ... 1 4 ; . ,. ; -.. i i i "I - fV , Mil. Ju HArNKR. FaMtaher. teKNTOH. ' MISSOURI. Tun senate ratified the Japanefe treaty, on the 30th, bo modified a to bo terminable at one year's notice. Tnn steamship Majestic, which sailed from New York for Europe, on the 80th, carried S3, 400,0Ml gold. Wm-Hai-Wki, together with the en tire Chinese fleet at that place and the island and mainland forts were taken, on the SOth, by the Japanese. Thr Chinese peace envoys arrived at Kobe, on the 3(tth, and proceeded on their way to Hiroshima in company with the American counsellor,' lion. John W. Foster. Failures during the week ended the 3d, as reported by K. O. Dun & Co., were for the United States, 3M, against 370 for the corresponding week of 1894; and for Canada, S4, against 53 last year. The official inquiry into the founder ing of the Elbe will probably be held in Itremcn. The charts show that at the place where the Elbe went down the water is 130 feet deep. The latest report...

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. — 9 February 1895

V : .. - OU who capture heart In plenty. Golden-hatred and fay. You will Ret some tea or twenty Valentine to-day. Each one with iti message tender Owning absolute surrender Of the true heart ot the sender: Such la Cupid's way. You will find mj own confession In among the rest. It I every man's Impression That yon love him test. So, like nine or nineteen others Of my sentimental brothers. I am one who vainly smothers Love within bis breast But I know you. little flirt youl Hope? Indeed, I've none! That's the rory tine of virtue Frozen by your fun. Every line of love you'll parry. Of these twenty men who tarry, Then, at last, go on and marry Number twenty-one! Felix Carmen, In Life. CLIUS CESAR PODD was a clerk in a retail dry goods store. It is difficult to imagine that a n individual bearing so his toric a baptis- m a 1 name should be de creed by fate to wear it in the common place atmosphere of a mercantile life, but thus it was. To behold Mr. Todd on a Sunday afternoon, or on some...

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. — 9 February 1895

Q2H V.. tit. tt. - ft. .e. .ft. . -ft. -flu . i& ,1 n H DISGUISE YOURSELF ! And get Ready for the Grand and Glorious 3"' i' , i '" MASQUERADE BALL ! rv . - I I trC 4 4 I.... sir-. - m 4 IS-- I1- .' : t, -.' v -. i 1 r- t 4 X "w F .... Bag .- 4 hv 'm. sV 'm. sV al SCOTT "CdtjNT Y NEWSBOY. 'Pm-. A. Hafxer. Publisher. iV it'eir, tn Advance $1 00 WHERE WILL IT EXD f That our country is in a critical condition financially can no longer be ddtlbted. For two years ve have been battling against Want and hun ger, and instead of getting bet ter our conditions are growing constantly and perceptibly worse. Money is getting scarcer and the necessaries of life are no cheaper. Although the St. Louis Iirjntblic trios to deceive its readers by telling them that bus iness is opening up, yet there is more uneasiness in regard to the future of our country than has been at any time. There is no use to "whip the flevil around the stump" any longer. It is all nonsense to stand up and cry "prosperity'"...

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