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

VOL, FltOM ORAN. There is comnlaint mruta that thn hymn books at tho M. E. church at this Dlace arc beinsr mutilated and torn. The party who is miiltv surely does wot know the penalty for such o an otrense. a hint to the wise is, or uuguu iu auuuaeuk. ino ciiscusjion Detween the Morlev and Oran Literary societies Friday nigni on woman sunrage was decided in favor of Oran. Mr, Coeper, of Morley, Mr. Alley, Of Oran, and Mr Wade W Bonton, were tho judges, The discussion was enjoyed by all who heard it. The music by Mrs. Leslie and Miss Harrison, of Morley, mat Dy i-coi. ocnoiz ana tne young laaies 01 wnn was deiigtitlul. The parody on '"Kiss and let s make up," us sang by Miss Estollc Querry was u treat and "brought down the 'fcouse, Miss Querry ia a natural mu sician and she has a voice whose tones are nea, deep and sweet Col. Gillespie says sand is a cood nr.ng in a cineiceus craw, put it won t ao lor men in Oran. Judge Halo moved bis stock of drugs rato the Last Chance buildiBs l m ...

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 March 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NSWSBOT. nil. A. HVFNSR, raklbhafw MISSOUB1. Tn Bofrers loeomotir' works, the Dolphin jute mills and Barbour thread mills at Paterson, K. J., resumed work on the 10th. Thi president has appointed Charles E. Werden, of Delta, O., a special agent to make allotments of lands in sev eralty to Indians. Tmt Iowa senate, on the 80th, passed the house till requiring the American flap to le displayed in every school house in the state. It is stated in Chrlstianta that the American polar expedition which It is proposed to start in May next will be accompanied by three Norwegians. Gov. Rich of Michigan on the 10th dismissed from his cabinet Secretary of State Jochim, Ntate Treasurer Ham bitzer and Land Commissioner Berry. Mr. Walcott introduced a bill in the senate, on the 20th. directing1 that the coinage of gold and silver shall be car ried on hereafter at the branch mint at Denver. The report that ex-Secretary Tung of the Chinese legation at Washington had been beheaded aft...

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. — 3 March 1894

A WOMAN'S YES. i An Incident In tha Lots Affairs of Hiss Br&ra. HIm Louisa Bragg's social collesffries Were fond of asking of her to one an other and to Strangers that she was a wonderfully clerer young woman. This wu meant in no qualified Rente; it carried with it no eontlnirencies: the distinction was boaitlre. ' The fact of her cleverness stood prominently apart, and was a notable item in the general assets of her social set. It became one of the chief facts concerning her Inter esting personality, and frequently over shadowed less striking ones when she was being conversationally considered. . She was of the slender, willowy type; tall as most men, and graceful after an unconscious, unstudied fashion. Her face had straight, angular ' lines, and was not essentially pretty. When she smiled it revealed many surprising curves and subtle charms of expression. Wondrous power lay in her brown eyes, power under complete subjection of her will. Her hair was of the bright yellow tint ...

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 March 1894

i. Hafser, rMisher. TOOIS, afTrr lir, in Attranec...;; 'ijtt than a 1 vw, -jxr mourn Wb donit'knd' hat. cmount of erudition it takes to dbt&im a third grade teacher's certificate, but we recently porused a document written by an instructor in an Institute not a hundred miles from Scott county, lc grammar an composition in wliich should not have 'entitled its writer a sixth -grada certificate i such a grade were iu existence. An instructor to an Institute may be wipnoscd to hold a first-class cert in cite. Is there any examination in tho writing of common English at-" tached to the attainment of such a 'certificate? J f there h, Iho instruc tor in qv"?slioi"4etfer honestly passed such ejip.nftnation. Ho Is not fitted toieIe1i the merest rudiments of 'gttimmar, and if the young teachers, und through them the children, can not CDtain intelligent instruction m A-hc English tongue, in what way are, mathematics, geography, history and physiology to benefit thorn-? There is a screw loo...

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 March 1894

BEILsTrCOSr, IIUEISOTTKI, lO, 1894. 2TO. 7 FKOM OUAN. Mrs. Lawrence Reichart vttfl ehir dren, who have been in $1). Gene vieve for the past year, returned to Oran last Saturday. Dr. Freeling punctured an abscess in Calvin Forrester's eye Monday. The doctor will remove the eye when the inllamation has subsided. , Artie Davis, of Sikestsn, was hero Sunday and Monday last. He has a 'severe case of tonsilites. . Matthews, Stubblefield & Co., moved their groceries and hardware into their new q&ore -building this "week. , Geo. Fiiiley's baby was fcflr'ted dangerously ill Monday. Many of our citizens planted gar Vlen truck Monday. , Judge Friend attended county court at Benton Monday and Tues day last. Monday was movers day in Oran. Judge Hale moved into his new resi 3tu;e, C. Forrester moved into the Eei. Ringo house and Mr. Schmuek Tnd"l into the house vwnted by Mr. Forrester. Mr;s Hattio Allman fell and dis located her finger and bruised her face considerably last Sunday. FU03I ...

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. — 10 March 1894

THE SCOTT COUHTY NEWSBOY. PHIL. A. BAFNCB, Pabll-. BENTON. . . . MISSOURI. Coktbolur Eckels has called for a statement of the condition ot na tional bank at the close of business on (Wednesday, February 28. ' Thk honse committee on labor de cided, on the 1st, to report favorably the bill malrlnr T .ft bop ftnv the first Monday In September a national hol iday. The Edinburgh Evening News, of the 28th, emphasizes its assertion that Mr. Gladstone will retire, and says positively that the earl of Rosebery will succeed him as premier. Orf the 38th Gen. Ortiz formally turned over the city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, to Folicarpo Bonilla, who had already arranged an election for members of the assembly and presi dent Bt the bursting of the natural gas main, on the 2Stu, the city of Tort Wayne, Ind., was left without fuel or light, and terrible suffering followed, especially in homes where sickness prevailed. Tite eleventh annual convention of the National Electric Light association began in ...

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. — 10 March 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. PHII Am HAriCKR, FablUher. . I a. DENTON. - MISSOUB1. THAT FATAL WEEK Sow Mr. Copeland Removed the Barrier to Amy's Happiness. "No William, I'm not mistaken, and there's the pity of it," said Mrs. Cope land, with sad decision, as her husband turned out the gas. "The Bible record alone would uphold me, If I did not hare any memory to depend upon, but the fact remains Amy was born on September 7, and Roland on the 14th of $he same month and year, which (rives Amy a week's advantage in point of age." "I should call it a decided advantage, rny dear, if it stands in the way of the poor child's happiness," observed Mr. Cjppcland. "No happiness could come of it, be lieve me. The advantage should al ways be on the husband's side, since women grow old more rapidly than men, It is not fair to Amy, and I could never consent to such a thing." "But, my dear Harriet," urged Mr. Copeland, "what possible difference could it make this paltry week? Had it been seven years, n...

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. — 10 March 1894

scott county newsboy. Pmu A. Haksf.", iNblisher. TEK3IS. IVr Year, th Minuet. $1 00 Lett than a Yt'tir, tr Month., ,10c. WE ARE NOT DEAtk A rumor was In eircttlationatCom Wrce last Saturday that we Hvore xlond had died In the flovr of our youth aud boauty. We fca've been in terviewed on the subject and have Stated In the most directed positive terms that such isnol foe case to the best of our knowledge and . belief. Our bonwJing bss und her larder are lso in evidence that for a dead man "e ate homing out surprisingly. On the whole, the preponderance of the testimony thus far collected is in aver of defendant. Bat maA is only mortal, and it "might have boon and even may be. II therefore bi-hooves our friends to SuSe us tenderly while the lamp holds Sm t r4ru. Think of the condition W Temorscfulgriefjsome of youmight now be in had that sinister rumor proved true ! We are not a candidate for anything on earth but the public favor, and death is believed to ad vance .any man in that. But...

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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 March 1894

j . VOL. "VII. THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. It Meets at Benton and Fixes the Date for the Primary Kteetlon. August 2(st the Day Cliosen. A Harmonious Meeting. Pursuant to the call of the chair man, the Democratic Central Com mittee met at the cottrthouso in Ben ton, Monday, March 12. 1 8! U. present Albert Do Reign, of Moreland twp., Chairman; MoranCompas, of Kelso twp.; Ciias I. Anderson, of Com Inereo twp. : V. R. Sheror, of Sandi land twp. ; John L. Tanner, of Rich land twp. ; S. D. Martin, represent ing W. (. Atchison, of Morley twp; Alex. Wright, of Sylvania twp. ; and Chas. A. Leody. Clerk. Absent, C. N. Welch, of Tywappity twp. Statement of fund in Treasurer "a hand.: $40.45. Motion of W. R. Shercr that con 'stablos bj allowed $1.50 per day for attending election adopted. Motion of J. L. Tanner that Aug ust 21st be selected a? the date on which to hold the primary election adopted. 'Motion of Alex, Wright that the tickets be printed on Augast 11th r.d.ipted. Print ing of tickets to...

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 March 1894

THS SCOTT COM MSBOY. niU A. BATHER, rublben. BENTON. MISSOURI Al.ii of the anarchists recently ar rested in Paris will be tried together at the next assizes, proof of their mutual complicity having been estab lished. Two American line steamships now under construction at the Cramps' ship yard at Philadelphia, have been named after the western cities of St Louis and St FauJL Thk committee of the German relchs to; to which was referred the Russo Germnn commercial treaty, accepted the measure as a whole by a vote of 10 to 13 on the 8th. Stephen Gkrb, a dairyman, was as sassinated while standing in his own doorway on the Charleston pike, near Jeffersonvtlle, Ind., at 2 o'clock on the morning of the 6th. Bernardo A. Thiel, bishop of Costa Rico, and several other prominent Catholics, clerical and lay, have, been arrested at San Jose, charged with plotting revolution. The Italian chamber of deputies, on the 9th, by an overwhelming majority, voted to prosecute Deputy do Felice Gluffrldai, o...

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. — 17 March 1894

THlS MAGPIE'S NEST. ov John Found His Sweetheart . . Bad Been True. There stood In Berkshire, England, iter out upon a quiet country road, a lia ble inn, which the wooden sign twing ing at the door declared to he known a ("The Magpie's Nest" I It had been thus named because of the number of magpies in the neigh borhood, And straight before the door stood an oak tree a century old, among whose uppermost branches, year in and year out, always hung a magpie's nest, jto which the country people believed that the same old magpies returned regularly. j No very elegant entertainment was offered at the Magpie's Nest for either man or beast, but its patrons thought jthe ale good, and then it was served to them by the most charming, rosy cheeked little barmaid, who woro a cap with bright ribbons, and had a waist that could have been spanned by two hands a well-behaved little maid also, who resented too much freedom by a box on the ear, and who was known by the rector of the parish to have bee...

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. — 17 March 1894

CPMIlEtniY ABOVE COMPETITION STANDS OUR NEW STOCK! Coma Early, Examine the Goods, Learn the prices, Determine In your own mind if we are -ESiaLtitloca. to Merits For placing before you exactly what you want, at a sum you can afford to pay. flrffflyg You will find a choice collection of novelties, and be convinced that they adequately represent the best the market affords. "We also guarantee that the price is as low in every case as the quality or grade will warrant. You will find the assortment large and complete, which will enable you to save much time in making selections, and to feel that you have ob tained an article perfectly satisfactory to you. Our Store abounds in iirnsistiljle Bargains expressly for you. Our Experience in Buying, Our Knowledge of your Wants, has Enabled us to make Selections that are Pleasing, Popular, Stylish, Serviceable, Useful and, best of all, Low IN Price. FAMOUS" DRY GOODS f CLOTHING HOUSE. BOHNSAOK & STRATMAN, No. 1, Main Street, Cape SCOTT COUN...

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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 March 1894

I nnnn YOLi. VII. SEJ-JSTTOISr, MISSOURI, MARCH 2L, 1894. ISTO. 9. on COUNTY NEWSBOY, 'PRE-EMINENTLY ABOVE COMPETITION STANDS OUR NHVV STOCK 1 Come Early, Examlns tha Goods, Leara tha prises, Detente in your own mind if we are For placing before you exactly what yfcu want, at a sum you can afford to pay.4 You will find a choice collection of novelties, and be convinced that they adequately represent the best the market affords. We also guarantee that the price is as low in every case as the quality or grade will warrant. You will find the assortment large and complete, which will enable you to save much time in making selections, and to feel that you have ob tained an article perfectly satisfactory to you. Our Store abounds in irresistible Bargains expressly for p, Our Experience in Buying, Our Knowledge of your "Wants, has Enabled us to make Selections that are Pleasing, Popular, Stylish, Serviceable, Useful and, best of all, Low in Price. "FAMOUS" DRY GOODS f CLOTHINO HOUSErM BOHN...

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. — 24 March 1894

4 a SI I I- A t". U. "f: u,- 1 THE SORT COUHTY HEWSBOLlHE WS AND NOTES. PBIt. A. HAFNKR, FnblUksr. UKNTON. MISSOUBL Chatrmax Wilsoit left Guadalajara Mexico, on the 18th, for San Antonio, Tex. CoffORKBSMAX Caldwell who is a candidate for the mayoralty of Clncin- rati, has left Washington to engage in the canvass. It is claimed by members of the house that if the seigniorage bill passes the senate the president will allow it to become a law without his signa ture. T. n. Davies, guardian to rrlneess Kaulani, was a passenger by the steamer Mariposa which arrived at San Francisco from Honolulu on the 15th. Sbtkral racing magnates have pur chased for f 150,000 a tract of land in the southern pa.-t of San Francisco, and will open a new race track in Oc tober. Losdos Trvth, of the 14th, says the selection of Lord Rosebcry for the premiership was a skillfully-contrived conspiracy, and a dirty trick on the liberal party. Tun Iowa senate defeated the Car penter local option bill, on the 10th,...

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. — 24 March 1894

FTER U tb Lea ten trial ' It H wondroOa . tweet denial Hot to wear tint Batter bonnet Deri end waeka were epent upon the potenoj of riches, Woman's art that - bo bewitches. Made a wondrous oomblnatton, - Wrought a work ol admlr.tloa. Yet upon (hat Easter morning ' Wore she not that crown adorning Wore ber bonnet ol last season Smiled and offered not a reason. But know. A bunch of roses Like the west ere twilight close Come to ber; also a letter Heading thus: "Loto'i gentle fetter Binds my heart, and I am wearing Chains for you. Love gtree me daring; Will you wear these buds in token That the chains shall not be broken?" Now the roses, fresh and tender. That he dared that day to send her Did not match the wondrous bonnet Spoiled the colors that were on it; But the milliner's creation Without sigh or hesitation Wa abandoned and the maiden With the blushing rases laden, WHO the bonnet of last season. Smiled and offered not a reason. But somebody knew the token That love's chains should...

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. — 24 March 1894

o C3-S3Q.t:!Lo 'OT jbOLfs: has arrived, and with it Came the New and caref 3 $ 1 A Full Line of e Jo fit SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Puil. A. Haf.nkii, Publisher. TCUMS. Per Yrtir. in Aitrancf 91 00 Lr than (, prr Month . . .10c. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOU CONGRESS, We are authorized to nnrounee MAHSHALL AKNOLD ns u candidate for Congress from tho Fourteenth District, subject to the Demo cratic nomluntlug convention. Wc ore authorized to announce the follow ing candidates for office In Scott County, sub ject to tlic Democratic primary election, to to ileal Tuesday. A&wuet 21, lt4: For Sheriff, E. A. JOHNSON. For County CWk . CHAS. 8. STONE. DOXT MEXTIOX IT. A great many people wonder why the Newsboy is silent on the so-called question of moving the county seat to Morley. The fact is, we have been ashamed to mention it. We did not want to let it leak out that there were people in Scott Count3r so 'absurd in their ideas as to believe such a thing jKKsible. Who ever 'heard of a county seat being...

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. — 31 March 1894

VOL. VII. FROM BLODGETT. Marshall Bros, tire In the ring with a new departure which means the ad dition of a millinery department to Uheir mammoth general store. Gen eral Tara-ra-bo6m-de-ay's being now in order, Ben wants to keep up with the procession. Mr. G. M. Ober, the advance agent 'of the Indianapolis medical and sur gical institute, is in town in quest of the afflicted. He will bo followed by Dr. MeTaggart, who is expected here to-day (Wednesday.) C. L. Stubbs and Bro. M. Adams .paid Benton a flying visit Tuesday, -and returned in good shape right side up with care, from Uncle Calvin's. J. D. Peal has been sojourning in iSt. Louis for three or four days past, laying in a new stock of goods id millinery. Henry Sehrocder, the raftrohd agent, went to Charleston last Mon day night to see the hosie troupe present '"Little Goldie," which he says they certainly did in great shape. Alsup Bros, sold at public vendue last Saturday, all their lumber, household goods, log-wagons, stock, ...

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. — 31 March 1894

nncecoflNTTKSMi. mil. A. HAFNSH, rablUher. MISSOUBL About this Urn th encumber Is W Binning to supplement the work of the Trip. , i Br the old system of chronology In vogne In China the yr 18W la narked M the year 7,910,843, 1h Vermont the maple tree were cored a month earlier than usual this year. This augers well for a large crop of sugar. Turk are fifty-two canals In the United States having a total length of 4,408 miles. China alone excels this country in Its canal mileage. A Frkxch priest stationed at Jerusa lem has been the fortunate finder of "a talent of the time of King David." It was unearthed in his dooryard. Tire fact was brought out In a Phila delphia court the other day that a cer tain money lender of that city has been In the habit of charging 1,800 per cent, for the use ot money. The cylinder head of a Connecticut locomotive blew out while going at lull speed, but the train s momentum carried it to the station, five mile away, without a pound of steam, Tim white marb...

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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. — 31 March 1894

A MEXICAN ADVENTURE. Story of an Bnoounter with a Gentlemanly Bandit. Bome aecrfeta are well kept Among this number la surely to be reckoned . the reason why a certain New York mining company, which aereral years go eeenred rich gold prospecta in the foothills of the Sierra Madres, In the state of Durango, Mexico, suddenly discontinued their actlre plans to de velop those prospects, and after a lapse of -about a yoar aa suddenly resumed operations. There was, at the time, a mystery about this fickleness of pro cedure which baffled the essayist who assayed the samples from the prospects and found them to be of remarkable richness; and when, uf ter this interval of a year, thi mines were fully de veloped and operated with immense profit, the general mining public was at a loss to understand Just why this in terim of inactivity had been allowed to elapse. Certainly it was not for lack of capital, for the company had mil lions at its command, nor was It from any desire to speculate, for...

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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. — 31 March 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. PiHfc. 'A. APNer, xAiMiwher. TERMS. VfV Tear, in AJtaur 4LU than a , iftr $1 00 Mouth. ,.lUc. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR CONGRESS, Ve Hi aiithnrlind tfi inMuinmi St a Wall ill. . AUU.I Tl . . T .1 . . a m the Fourteenth District, subject to tbo Demo cratlo nomliinsras; comsettio. 4 AfA dhw'HtlVSM't Ai4mMIMiltlt VidMw. candidate for office In Scott County, sub ject to the Democratic primary election, to be eiu i uesaay, August m, rssn : Tor Sftc'rlTr, .. !. A.-firINsO?. w"or Cou rity Clesw . t'HAS. 8. STONB. orbsteiirtShir Attorney. M.1L0 0. GRESHAM. ARE THEY SUBSIDIZED T From the looks of things, it would; iajppear that a citiir&n of Sfttiklin Com1r &ot toe a chance to ex press his fcpinion as to the Congres sional candidates in either of the vxrnnty papers. Why, otherwise, was it necessary for "A Dnnklinite" to SciidU communication to the Capo AW t We want it understood that if anyone has anything worth saying for or against Mr. Arnold's 'candidacy our columns...

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