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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 16 February 1895

7' V. . : nfr 71 T H VOL -VIII, BEI.TOIsT, MISSOURI, FEBRtTART 13, 1895. NO. 3 ' ; '. .:V. V-v .V" SCOTT TON NEWSBOY. I 1 I:, I r; it1, I' it -If "I 'fit w SOUTHEAST NOTES; Although the amount of tdxes col lected In Dunklin county amounts to about 150,000 per annum, the old county court fixed the collector' bond at only $24,950; It is claimed that this wus done 80 that the sure ties would not have to comply with section 890 of tho revised statutes, which provides that no official bond in the penal sum of $35,000 or more fehall be approved Until the sureties swear that they are worth the amount they represent themselves to bs worth, over, and above all lia bilities and exemptions. Some of the tax-payers objected, and appealed to State Auditor Seitert. Ho held that the bond should equal the amount of taxes collected in any one year, and the collector had to fill a new bond in the sura of $50,000, which was ap proved by the new court last week. Greenville Sun: At the residence of Mary ...

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. — 16 February 1895

PHIL. A. HAFXEK, Pblthr. UENTOX. -MISSOURI. Tns senate, on the 7th, confirmed the nomination of Maj.-Uen.-John M. Schofield to be lieutenant general. 1 On the 6th the president sent to the senate the nomination of Maj.-Gen. .lohn McAllister Schoflcltl to be lieutenant-general. Thk house judiciary committee, on the 5th, ordered favorably reported the senate bill providing for an addi tional judge for the ninth United (States judicial circuit California and . Oregon. Tub New York assembly, on the 7th, passed the Horton bill prohibit ing boxing or sparring exhibitions in that state. Engagement, assistance or encouragement thereof is made a mia demeanor. VAH.VREsduring the weekended the Bth, as reported by K. O. linn & Co.. were for the United States, 231, against 3S5 for the corresponding weeks of last year; and for Canada, 58, against CJ last year. A rno.MiNENT Mexican government minister informed a friend, on the loth, that there is no longer any prob- nbilitV r? n wnr lipfnrffin...

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. — 16 February 1895

Mf BABY GIRL. At the twilight hour iney gathered - For a tory. at my Hide, : With the prlnreas-bhietyed baby On my lap enthroned la pride. And the Mtting nn. in paulnir, Klvwd nor umllin faos good-night. While the other, loving. Joyous. Laughed In chorus at the alght And my boy, before the prince!, Bowed hi loyal head la awe: For his gentle soul was thrilling At the angel fnce he saw. Then he raised his hnnd and gently Touched the dear one's waving curl, And hla pleading voice Implort-d me: . "Keep her, ploase, a baby girl." Years have pitted, the nun sinks slowly, And I sit alone to-night. While the tears bedim my vision. As tho world has Inst lis light: And a prayer my lips nro raisin? To my Ood. whose kindly band Keeps my baby girl to moct mo In the far-off twlii?lit land. , Edward S. Van Zile. In Once a Week. EXERAL court- martial had been ordered oonvencd at Fort Marcy. It had convened. Private Thomas Wilkins, ot Company D, th Infantry, had been tried for being off duty without...

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. — 16 February 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Hats er, Publisher. etir, im Advance-. ....ft Do FOK SCHOOL COMMISSIONER We are authorized h announce NOHMaN U ATTWOOD. Financially speaking. White wo have never been recog nized as authority on finance, vet we nave strange dreams ana hallucina lions of what might be if things were ins they should b?. The financial problem is considered a very deep tjucstion and the deeper we get into it the plainer it appears to us that the people are baing systematically and ''legally "fobbed. The Nbwsbot has to reputation for being plain on all matters of public concern, so we will Omit all long words and high Bound ing phrases and try to explain the situation, as we understand it, in common, everyday English. Prior to 1873 there was sharp com petition between the men who con trolled the gold and the men whocon troWed the silver. Both metals were considered equal at the ratio fixed, tond both metals were coined into money of final account. The two forces one control...

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. — 23 February 1895

. VOL. "VIII. FKOM BLODGETT. Harvesting the ice cron seems to be the order of the day. C. W. Haw kins is putting up the ice from about 650 acres of the Staked Glade and Marsh Adams has the erstwhile An anias club room filled chuck full of case-hardened water, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Adams and T. E. Adams, of Benton, were visit ing relatives in and near Blodgett. C. L. Stubbs is toying with the de lusive Remington type writer No. 6; Typewriters in general are mockers and are at first inclined to twist themselves and yet their tails over the dash-board before coming to the fold. One night last week the badly ex ploded idea of tick-tacking was re vived here long enough to be re-eX-ploded "one night only" as the tick tacked, armed with one of Mr. Smith and Wesson's 38 cal. sallied out on the tick-tackee and five deafening re ports shook the air. That was all we heard, and more than we saw, be ing in the embrace of one Morpheus, with our halo and pants hang on the southwest bed post. And you...

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. — 23 February 1895

OK SCOH HKIKTI KKFSE0T. ran. a. Birm, ru.av. BENTON. . . MISSOURI. Th president, on the 15th, appointed Rt KeT. Henry B. Whipple, IX DM bishop of Minnesota, to be a member of the board of Indian commissioners, rice Charles C. Painter, deceased. Trb district court of appeals of Washington declined, oa the 15th, to grant an appeal from the decision of the lower court refusing an injunction to prerent the collection of the income tax. Gkx. James Nkil Bbthuxk, a distin guished Ctnrrinn irtin nu ft, nwm and for many years the manager of l(Y, 1 S m Hi. . . . lorn, ine lamoua negro pianist, died at his son's residence in Washing ton, on the ISth, aged 91 years. - Senator McMnxAx (rep., Mich.), on the 13th, proposed an amendment to the sundry civil bill, granting to the state of Michigan for use as a state park, the military reservation and building on Macklnao island, Mich. Tine general executive board of the Knights of Labor in secret session in Philadelphia, on the 14th, decided to retai...

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. — 23 February 1895

I HE willows and elms had put forth little Bray-preen leaves, and tnocklno; birds and cardinal grosbeaks had mated for the season. The air was warm and soft, and all Wood v Mo was excited over the coming Washington birthday celebration. There was to be a procession of the military and civic organizations, and the eloquent young lawyer, Howell Marton. of Richmond, would deliver a eulogy upon the great patriot and soldier. There had been no commemoration of the day since the war, and the Wood vllleites felt that it reflected upon the patriotism of good Virginians to suffer so important an event to go by unno ticed. All the neighboring towns mani fested a lively interest in the coming ceremonies, which promised to bo of exceptional importance. This is why old Mlzralm Temple was moving about so restlessly over the plantation of his former master, Col. Elton Temple. The orator of the day was to be the guest of the Temples, who lived but two miles from the vil lage, and Mizraim, who had l...

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. — 23 February 1895

r: - - ft ' Vi. V SCOTT COUNTY NKWSBOYt Putl. A. Hafmeii, Publisher. Year, in AiKnnee .2 00 ttOR RCHOOL COMMITS TONE tt ve are authorised to announce NORMAN L. AttWOOD. ANOTHEU BOND ISSUE. The leeches and vampires ot the $5ast, who are constantly sticking the gold from the United States treas ury, have forced another bond issue rh oruef lb keep up the gold reserve An the treasury. Only about three Vionths ago the government issued Wds to the amount af $50,000,000, )earing 3-per cent interest, and last week another deal was closed for (52,000,000 4-percent bonds. The money sharks And that under our present "sound financial policy" they haVe the country at their mercy, ) they raised the rate of interest bne per cent. Probably the next t loan will be at 5-per cent, the next C and so on. Under existing circumstances the 'government has no say in the mat ter. The gold manipulators shuffle, 'cut, deal, ante and theft raise the blind, and the governmebt can either stand the raise or elBO d...

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 March 1895

VOL. "VIII. SOUTHEAST NOTES. The Central hotel, at Greenville, Was destroyed by fire last week. Court was in session ' and about one hundred people were stopping at the hotel. They had to seek other quar ters. The Charleston Democrat says the boys down there shuffle, cut aud deal a little too brazenly. Messrs. Russell, Deal and Dan Iorthhold a judgement of over $3,000 against Mississippi county on war rants. They appeared before the fcounty court last week and asked that a tax levy of ten cents on the 100 valuation bo ordered. When County warrants are below par, and speculators buy them up, it is very harmful to tax-payer?. A man by the name of (J lass, of Hainley's Switch, was passing a butchershop at Charleston the other Oay, when he noticed a dog standing in the door. Without any cause or provocation Glass whipped out his knife and cut oil one of the dog's enr9i He was arrested but no law could be found covering the case. Missouri needs a law to prevent cruelty to an imals. Count...

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 March 1895

TEE SCOTT COUHTY WSffSBOY. PH1U A. HArXKB, PublUkvr. UENTON. . MISSOURI. A shortage of (13,000 has been dis covered in tbe accounts of County Treasurer Bell, of Durango, Col. Is both England and America the new government 4s offered by the Belmont-Morgan syndicate were sub scribed for, on the 20th, many times over. Taotai Kajjo and Gen. Yih-Chl-Cao have been tried by the Chinese board of punishment and condemned to im prisonment until autumn, when they will be beheaded for the loss of Port Arthur. Mrs. Boubkr Cockran, wife of Con gressman Cockran, died at the Holland house, New York city, on the evening of the 20th, from hemorrhages with which she was attacked the night previous. A game of baseball, with the eight een players and umpire on skates, was played on the ice at Clinton, la., on the 21st, between two local nines. The game was an interesting one, resulting in a score of 7 to 6. Ox the 20th Representative IV. A. Stone, proposed a constitutional amend ment prohibiting the sta...

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 March 1895

BABY'S HAND3, Dnlnty, dimpled, little thing, Soft as aniteU' plume wines, Naught to do but grow. Awkwardly you move about, Up and down, and In and out, Tell me do yon know Why auoh antlci you go through? What you'ro trying now to dor Where you want to got Dainty, dimpled, little things. Clutching, a your cradle swings. At thin nothingness, Who can tell what you will hold When your grasp Is Arm and bold? May be honor may bo golJ May be nothingness! Dainty, dimpled, little thlnga.V Whatsoe'er the future brings. There'll be work for you. Though you still bo soft and white, You cannot your duties alight While there's work to do. There'll be burdens to bi lifted. From the bad good must bo sifted, Prom the false, the truo: And though you're so soft and smalt. Of this work, a part will fall, Little hands, on you. Womankind. ARGUE R IT O VELASQUEZ was a person 01 some no toriety on the American side of the Texan frontier. There were patriots, in deed, when members of his acquaintance, notab...

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 March 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A.-1Iafxer, Fubiihr. Ir Year, i' At entice t : ,.fl 00 FOR SCHOOL COMMI9S!OfclEtt We at authorised to announce NOltMAN I ATf WOOD. I THE MONEY QUESTION, The SilVer Question dOOs not abound with the difficulties that the Koldbug ctrgans flrould httVe the public belieVd: A simple statement of the question is sumcient to enable any Itiatt of ordini"y ability to' form a fcorrect conclusion, says the Iron ton Ittgittrr, In the first place, it is Admitted that money is bought 2nd sold like any other of tide of barter. That it is in demand because it furnishes a medium of exchange as well as a hieasi're of value, whereby people are enabled to exchange the product bf their labor, and at the same time it furnishes the yardstick and scales by which to determine how much of the product of one man's labor shall be given for a certain amount of the "product of another man's labor. It is admitted that if the money of the country should be di ininished otic-half, the pr...

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 March 1895

) VOL. "VIII. FKOM OKAN. The Blodgctt correspondent was here Saturday last, his "halo" fit ting to perfection. He says that la grippe produces gray hair and is in compatible with dancing. For this and other reasons he did not attend the great ball at Denton. He was on his way to Cape Girardeau. On his return he will visit the editor and give him a sound threshing just to show him who are his friends. He Bays further that he has seen just as great men as Col. Hafner marry and they were, not sly about it either. We agree that the Col. has treated us badly in this matter and for this reason write him up. We see that the editor of the Char leston Enterprise loans its columns to an anonymous writer who de fames the character of a dead physi cian. This may be intended as a joke but if not it seems to us to be a very unchristian act. If Dr. Corbett is among the lost, there is no just reas on why one claiming to bo his friend should rejoice over the matter, It is cowardly to throw stones at...

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 March 1895

THE SCOTT COUSTY NEWSBOY. FBI!. A. HAJKXR, rblae. BENTON MISSOURI Tub Red Cross hospital at Che-Foo was reported, on the 1st to be full to overflowing with sick and wounded. Richard O'Gorsiah, the eminent Irish nationalist, scholar and orator, died at his home in New York city, on the 1st, in the seventy-fifth year of his Charles Morgan, one of the Aqula creek train robbers, was found guilty at Stafford Courthouse, Va., on the 28th, and sentenced to eighteen years in the penitentiary. Two Nkw York detective sergeants were arrested, on the 87th, by Sunt. Byrnes, on bench warrants issued by Recorder Qoff charging them with compounding a felony. Thb trades unions of San Francisco, headed by the Typographical union, are waging a boycott against the Sal- " Tation Army because the War Cry of fice in that city is a non-union office. Tns loss of life by the Intcr-Occanlc railway disaster, SS miles from the Mexican capital, was ascertained, on the 1st, to be sixty-five killed, besides forty ...

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 March 1895

A DAY DttEAM. tcaa mm her now. how puiid? to my mcmorr tomes th light Of Mint iwoet old wrlnV.leJ faoo. to mo to dear; Framed In curls that formed halo of tho oftcM, furfrt hl!o; Lighted up by eye no tenter, blue and clear. Oh, the wonlrnm tnlm Mi told, Of thj rubber knlgM of old. That UKnd to nil my boy Kb onl with dread. Hut ho brushed nwar all (car With coch landed lnclc of hair, ' As she kistcU and tucked me In my trundle bed. What a lender. Win snUo w.i m'.mr oa that dear old faeo: And whnt music did that thin, sweet voice employ; What a world of consolation found I In that boundless grace. That would let her nee no evil In her boy. Oh, how bountifully Licked, Was tho curly he d that pressed That bosom, as she crooned sorao quairt old song; Gently rocking to end fro In the evening's firelight glow, Safely shielded from nllcuanrocf harm or wrong. Wany years have come and gone slnco I saw that dear old face; Many years of toll and blessing, pain and joy; Cut thore always win rema...

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 March 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NKWSBOY. Phil. Ai Hafseb, rublishcr. i Vr Ycitr, in Advance .in. ,i.fl0O ., -a FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER arc authorised to announce NOKMAN L. ATTWOOD. MISS MOLLIR F. RRATTIE. WILLIS O. ATCHISON. MOftE ABOUT MONEY. There is no me in talking about the tantr, the luconie tax, tne gov ernment ownership of railroads, or nny thing of that sort, because those are oil side issues compared with the bll-absorbinff financial question. The tjuestioh uppermost in the minds of the producers of this country is How are we going to pay oUf debts?" "How are we going to lift that mortgage?" To these questions there is but one ahsw'er, viz: Give u? back '"the dollar of our daddies. Under existing circumstances the capitalists and gold manipulators have us at their mercy. They have yot us bound hand and foot. We can neither squirm nor slip from under their merciless clutches. The recent bond issue Was nothing more thfai a private "dicker" between theadmm istr'atic li and the golditcs, and may...

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. — 16 March 1895

VOL. "V"II1. NEW YOKK SETTLEMENT. I see a great deal of good farming, but there is still a lack of study and thought. An old German proverb says, "the foot prints of the husband man manure hvi acres." This is something for thought und consider ation. How often have I walked across my field noticing if the crop was an even stand and of even strength and if not, I make it my business to study the cause and when the cause is ascertained I make it iny business to remedy the fault on the next crop. No man can be suc cessful without studying his business no matter what profession he pur sues. The slugard will not thrive at anything, but the man making his business a special study will -succeed tven at farming. Gentlemen, allow me to make a few comparisons! Suppose we take two merchants doing business in the saire town, and opposite each other on the same street and neither bav ing any advantage of the other as to location, both having the same sized house and floor space and occupying 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. — 16 March 1895

THE SCOTT COURFY HIWSEQT, 'rail. a. HArxKB, rabiiaher. BENTON. . . MISSOURI Mas. Mouhsill Bradhvrst, of New Jersey, wu presented to Qneen Vlo- wn a aramri groom held by the Utter at Buckingham palace on the BbH. Mb. Pkthick, American tutor to the children of Li Hun? Chan, has been appointed private adviser of the inter preters who will accompany the Chi nese peace commission. Oh the 8th the Spanish chamber of aeputies adopted a bill granting the government unlimited credit for the purpose of conducting the campaign gainst me insurgents in Cuba. Bahksbs of the City of Mexico are Becoming apprehensive of the currency situation in the United States, and sev eral important houses refuse to pur chase drafts on New York when not made expressly payable in gold. Thk German relchstair. in tee, on the 8th, rejected the paragraphs of the anti-revolution bill imposing a penalty ior puDiic attacks upon re ligion, the monarchy, the marriage system and the right to hold property. There are only 10...

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. — 16 March 1895

WINTER BIRDS. I watch them from By window, WkiU wind to keenly blow; How merrily they twitter, And re Tel la the enow! Ia brown and raffled f either Tbey dot the whit around, And not in moptaf comrade . among the lot I're found. "Cheap! Cheep!" their tiny Toicea Seem thankfully to say: i A bleaalnt to the direr - Waalnc upon oar way. Tbonch kle are dull and stormy, To elf h would nerer do; For Ha who tends the winter Will aend the aummor too." Bare I a heart so thankful For all that He bestows The sweet as well as bitter. The snowOake and the rose? Or do I sigh. Impatient. And thanklesa, at the gloom t That makes all brighter, sweeter. The springtime's boundless bloomf Ah, may I be as cheerful As yondeq winter blrJs. Through ills and petty crosses, With no repining words! So, teaching mo this lesson, Away, away they go. And leave their tiny footprints. In stars, upon the snow! O forgo Cooper, in S. S. Times. STOLEN EVIDENCE. O ONE ever knew how it was first dis covered that Miss Din...

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. — 16 March 1895

r-rMwittimmnTTrTWiiai SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY.'. 4 Ptm.. A. Hefner, Publisher. iVr Ye) In AlcAr: 00 FOB, SCHOOL COMMISSIONS", 'c art anthorlied to announce NOKMAN L. ATTWOOO. M189 MOLLIS t". HEATTlBl WILLIS O. ATCHISON. THE MELON LAW. Since the W atcrffielou Inspjctlon till has becohie a law the farmers hre well pleased and greatly interes ted, and wo have had several rc tu?sts to publish the law in full. Last Friday we received the follow ing from Representative DeReigni Jefferson Cmrt Mar. 7th, 1835. Editor Newsboy: The Melon Inspection bill has be come a law. The melon growers of Scott county ought to be looking hbout for some competent man for inspector The apiwintment will be made by the Railroad Commissioners. It would be well to have some experi enced, melon grower and responsible man for this position as it is a position pi vital importance to a rcat number of our people. Yours truly, Albert DkRf.iun. . The Law. On or before the 1st Hay of June in each yea', the railroad nnd wa...

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