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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 23 March 1895

'-'.ft: I r i 1 s -.5 VOL. "VIII. FKOM OltAN. Master John Matthews, of Sikes ton, visited relatives in Oran Sunday. The regular correspondent from this place is suffering from a rather severe attack of la grippe and any deficiency in the Oran items this week may be attributed to the ver dancy of your humble servant, who has consented to fill a position in which he is not altogether sure of his proper qualifications. George Carlisle and Leiler Dyer have moved up to their poultry farm northeast of town and are ensconsed in a palatial log shanty. Tbcy say their only desire on earth at present is to secure by fair means or other wise, a help mate for each. Those of our beautiful virgins who desire to take advantage of a timely hint should not pass this item by unno ticed.. U. Hoyt Parker, youngest son of our popular grocery man, left Tues day tor Texarkana, Texas, to accept a position as 'butcher' for the South ern News Company. He has our bjst wishes for success. Florence Watkins, form...

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 March 1895

TIE SCOTT COnHTI HlffSEOY, ran. Am AniKK, rhitokm . BENTON. ... MISSOURI Tn will of the late Prof. John Stuart Blackle leave 4,000 for ft modern Greek library la Edinburgh university. A cxkdit of $1,000,000, to be used In suppressing the Insurrection In Cuba, was cabled from Madrid to CapL-Oen. Calleja, In Havana, on the 11th. A dispatch front Lima, on the 1 1th, aid that the insurgent had defeated the Peravlan troop in a battle near Cabania, killing BOO rovernment sol diers. Secbetabt Lamowt, on the 13th, ap pointed Cornelias Cadle, Don Carlos Vuell and Robert T. Looney commis sioners to establish a national mili tary park on the battlefield of Sbiloh, Tenn. Private tele-rrams from Cuba re ceived in Madrid, on the 14th, failed to confirm the official statement that the rebellion had been crushed, but de clared that the insurgents were gain ing strength daily. The steamship Olivette, arrived at Tampa, Fla., on the 14th, from Ha vana, bearing intelligence of the formation of a provis...

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 March 1895

THE HUMMING TOP. The top It hummeth tweet, sweet eon. To my dear little boy at play Merrily tlngeth all day lon. As It splnoeth and iplnneth away. And my dear little boy Be laucneth with Joy When he heareth the tuneful tun Of that busy thing That loreih to sing The cone that li all lti own. Bold fast the string and wind It tight, That the song be loud and clear: Now hurl the top wlih all your might Upon the banquette here: And straight from the string The Joyous thing Boundeth and tptnncth along. And It whirrs and It rhlrrs And It burrs and It purri Erer Its pretty song. Will ever my dear little boy grow old, As some have grown before! Will ever his heart fed faint and cold, . When he heareth the songa of yore? Will ever this toy Of my dear little boy, When the years have worn away, Sing sad and low Of the long ago. As It slngeth to me to-dayf Eugene Field, In Home. POLAR BEARS THAT GREW. The Nearer the Hunters Got the Bigger They Seemed. At Last They Reacbod the Apparent Slse of El...

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 March 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY; Pirn.. A. IIaeb, Publisher. iW Year, in AJimOm . i . . .$1 (k) than one jyrar, 10 criifs nt month. YOH SCHOOL COMMISSIONER we nro authorised to announce NORMAN U ATTWOOD. MISS MOLLIS K. ItKATTIK. WILLIS d, ATCHISON. PLENTY OF GOLD. It is ainuHiiig to notice how timid ly tha liltlo pop-gun Republican pa pers handle the financial question. They never pretend to argue the Question, but content themselves by claiming they went "sound money," bnd don't want any "wild cat curren cy, "etc. At first they thought it was a party measure, but since they have discovered that a great many X)f the Republican leaders are In fa vor of a restoration of silver, they lire at sea, and don't know how to go about swallowing their shallow ut terances of the past. Occasionally some Rip Van Winkle bobs up and says "the gold would all bo driven from the United States aud the country would practically be ton a silver standard. " Another will say "the ilnmehse silver fields that have been...

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. — 30 March 1895

v ! ! - .-I L 1 : - J V. , i '. VOL. "VIII. SOUTH HAST NOTES. George II. McClnine, representing the Chamberlain Medicine Company, of DesMoina, Iowa, was a caller at our office yesterday. He tried to make a contract for advertising but our rates did not suit. Ho informed us that the Call and Ronton News iwtv were the only two papers in this part of the state that he has not made contracts with. Well, at the price our neighboring brethren are getting we don't see how they are pulling through. When our brethren see patent medicine advertised in the columns of this paper they can put it down that we are not here to let patent medicine men have our space cheaper than we do our home advertisers. Hibbard Call. Win. Harroll, a dancing master. 'vCent to Clarktou for the purpose of organizing a dancing school. He could not secure board in town be cause it was claimed that he had ben exposed to small pox, so went mid took up board in the country with M. H. Sholton. A commit toe called on Sir. ...

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. — 30 March 1895

THK SCOTT COUNTY HKSBOY. rail. A. Umi) raMfeker. BENTON. MISSOUtU. Cou Vox HimniiH waa relieved from his comfband in the Chinese army because the officials objected to the placing of military power In the hands of foreigners. &ev. Dr. Ttjixt, of New York, on his way to Grey town, is detained at Colon by a decree of the Klcaragnan govern ment that ministers of religion shall not enter Nicaragua. ' Tn credentials of the parties to the peace conference at Shlmonoseki were submitted, on the 20th, and found to hare been prepared in due form and to confer full powers on both sides. Briq.-Gew. Adam Badkau died sud denly in Bridgewood, N. J., on the night of the 19th. He appeared to be in his usual health and spirits up to the time of his death, which was caused by apoplexy. The example of Mayor Pingree of Detroit, who last year farmed the vacant lots of that city for the benefit of the poor there, will probably be fol lowed this year in Pittsburgh and Allegheny, Pa. It was reported, on...

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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. — 30 March 1895

TREE MEMORIES. The woodland (..retched Its arms to ma, And Into Its heart 1 went, While bf mjr aide irjTlilblr Walked musing-eyed content. ' The woodland snake no word to me. Bat, oh I Its thoughts were sweet; Against my spirit like a sea Ite'.t the thought-wares beat. Befota ray vision starred and dull The wood -shapes dropped their told; The young child trees were beautiful More beautiful the old. Within their halls of memory What heavenly scenes are drawn The stream, the wild birds' company; The sky's cool face at dawn; The golden lances of the sun; The rain that foe! s its way; The twilight steps that one by one Lead to the moon's white ray; The multitude of bright leaf forms Engraved on earth and sir; The black and gold of midnight storms; The blue that violets waar. These throng the greenwood memories; Upon this perfumed track. The thoughts of all the silent tree Go wandering bsok and back. This is the charm that cometh last, Of all their sweets the sum The feeling of green su...

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. — 30 March 1895

ntTT'fimrfrifT'yr i rm . SCOTT COUNTY NEWSllOY. run.. A. II.'.PSKR, ruMishef; Vr lV?r, r .IAnrr. , . . ( 1 QO Jjrt Hum or.r .ntr. 10 crulx we mot(h. KOK P(HM)l4 lOMMISSlOXEtt Wc are tuthorl7.-d to announce NDHMAN I.. ATTWItnt). MIPS MoU.115 V. UKATTIE. W1IX1S O. ATCHISON. WILL YOU HE FOOLED? The currency plank adopted by the recent nermblkrin convention of Michigan declares that "we lx lieve in ttio use of gold and silver as money metals to be maintained in circulation on a perfect equality and convertibility" and pledges the Republican party to return silver to "its historic position in the United States as a money metal." The Democrats of the same state, in convention assembled, did not attempt to "whip the devil around the stump," but came out in plain h ! i- l .1 ..1 il 1 Jlngiisu uuu uee'.iw en iin-iusi-n rs iin alterably in favor of "the free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold with full legal tender power at a ratio of 16 to 1. " Now take your choice. You can bithcr vote...

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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. — 6 April 1895

1 V.-' -I- j t-. v'" -7' V7 T5r - VOL. -VIII. SHOT HIS EAR t)FF. C. P. Pollard has An other Close Call. Sandywoods Shooting Match. Fonr of tbo Parties Bound Over to Await the Action of the Next Grand Jury. Dory Huffstutler's house, situated about seven miles southeast of Ben ton, Id the Santtywoods, was the scene of a lively shooting affray last Saturday evening, in which C. P. Pollard, Glover Pollard and J. M-. Woodruff were the principal partici pants. From evidence given in at the pre liminary examination, Monday, it is learned that the trouble originated over C. P. Pollard's daughter, Lucy. . On the morning of the day the shoot ing took place, Liucy, who is a young girl of thirteen summers, was sent out in the yard to procure a switch with which, for some misconduct of her's, she was to receive a whipping from her father. Time passed, and the girl did not return. Air. Foliava, becoming anxious as to her where- a bouts, sent his eldest son, Kicnaru, on a search for her. The boy f...

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. — 6 April 1895

, mix. a. HArnss, rabibivar. TlEXTON. MISSOURI. Still wat b, Minn., has established a 0 o'clock curfew, after which any child found upon the streets is com pelled to Rive an account of itself. It was reported from Tokio, on the 88th. that Li Huno- Chuncr'a progressing favorably, and that an eariy resumption ol the peace confer ence was expected. The sultan of Turkey has ordered mm the sale or exhibition of portraits of Mr. Gladstone .n1 Prof. Iti-iro mv ident of the British board of trade, be prohibited in Constantinople. Th police of Victoria, B. C, have decided that bloomers are not suitable for ladies' street wear, even when worn as a bicycle costume, and have taken steps to enforce this decision. Thk Manitoba legislature will not deal at present with the parochial schools mandate from Ottawa, as it was decided, on the 28th, by Premier Greenway to adjourn the house till May 9. On the 33th the British house of lords passed the marquis of Ripon's bill repealing the restrictions upo...

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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. — 6 April 1895

LAWS OF MISSOURI. Legislative Bills That Have Be- oome State Laws. Measaree Caacted by the Thirty-Eighth General Assembly Which Have Become Laws by Receiving Kxecatlva Sanction, Jeppbrsoit Citt, Ma, March 28. Sec retary of State Lesueur furnishes the following complete list of the titles of bills and Joint resolutions passed by the Thirty-eighth general assembly. The dates of approval of all bills that nave reacbed the office of the secretary of state are given. Bills with emer gency clauses are indicated by the let ters -m. v.:- 8. B. 64. An act creating sod establishing the Thirtieth Judicial Circuit of the State of Missouri, ana designating the tlmo of holding court therein, and providing for the appoint ment of the Judge thereof. Approved Febru ary 6,180ft. Establishing the Thirtieth Judicial Circuit and providing for the appointment of the Judge thereof. 8. B. 6S. An act to amend teetton 0ft3, chap ter 93, Revised Statutes, 188, entitled "Juries, Grand and Petit." Approved Febr...

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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. — 6 April 1895

fmxrnmtmTMTimte" SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY, Pmt. A. Haner, Publisher. ir Year, in Aitcanct.. 00 Ze. thnn- on ynt, 10 crnt$ per nwn'h. Country Editors. You say they ain't a set of linen we care so much about? Unless we're after office they're then the greatest out? An' when we want a little puff about our mules an' corn, lliey're rlht convenient fer our use, the dullest of us l'arnl fcoKe Scoby saii that he would bet the lizzards on his fence Wus smart as a v 'ridge editors of greater consequence; But when he sought to raise a school an' found the people slum. An' had to wake 'em up with print the editor was some. An' Pokey Mason, he. has preached agin em long an' loud, An' sWore the kit-an'-bilin' was a poor ah' worthless crowd; But when he seed in print the piece writ when his mother died He's kind o' changed and come out squar' an' holds to t'other side. No Bort o 'sociation, seems, can move without the aid Of them thar scrubby creeters noWj 'at scribblers in the shade; An as fer chari...

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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. — 13 April 1895

VOIj. "VIII. FROM BLODGETT. Rev. J. G. Anderson, a commercial traveler of St. Louis, preached for the Blodgett people last Sunday and Sunday night at the M. E. church. Presenting, as he did the rather unique and unusual combination of preacher and drummer, he was ieeted by gtxxl congregations who desired to see how the differentiation of ideas would work when mixed. They were well repaid for the brother hits out from the shoulder with both hands in a gospel way, and according to the Presbyterian doctrine, to which he subscribes. Major A- C. Anderson, the unfail ing major of the J. S. Mcrrell Drug Co., spent Saturday and Sunday here, and Monday night appeared AVill Leech, the only cigar man, and Elwood Alley, the hardware man, with a "Haste thee, schoolboy, haste away" gait on him, when he leaves the train for the hotel at Blodgett. R. J. Watkins, of the big Commor hotcl, is spending a few days in Oran this week, the guest of his son H. C. "Watkins. A toothpick and a glass of water m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 13 April 1895

m mn mm msbot. rHIX. A. HAfXEM, raMUkvar. BENTON. . . MISSOURI On the 1st treaty of peace was toned in the City of Mexico, be tween Secretary Mariacal and the min ister from Guatemala, thus averting the threatened war. The public debt statement, Issued on the 2d, shows a net Increase in the debt during March, less cash in the treasury, of S18.320.105. Total cash in the treasury, 8797,837.589. Thk supreme court of Iowa, in an opinion filed on the 2d, sustained the ' constitutionality of the state statute for the regulation of the liquor traffic familiarly known as the mulct law. Thk president's family left the White House after luncheon, on the Sd, and tookuD their residence at Woodley, their suburban home, where they were joined by the president later in the af ternoon. Fort Miner is to be reopened. Or ders were received from Washington, on the 4th, by Col. Lawton, inspector reneral of the department of the Colo rado, to establish his headquarters at Santa Fe, N. M., on May 1. The c...

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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. — 13 April 1895

A YOUNO GIRL'S TRIALS. Nervous Trouble End la St. VI turf Danoe. Fknlelana Powerleae Tha Story Told bf tha Child ! Mother. IFroai to. Reporter, Somerset R . Among the foot hlUt of the Cumberlanc Mountains, near the town of Flat Rock is the happy home of James McPherron. Four months ago the daughter of the fam ily, happy girl of sixteen, was stricken with St. Vitus' dance. The leading phvl clans wore consulted but without avail. Bin grew pale and thin under the terrible nerv ous strain and was fast losing her mental powers. In fact the thought of placing her in an asylum was seriously considered. Her case has been so widely talked about that the report of her cure was like modernizing miracle of old. To a reporter who visited we nomo me mother said : "Yes, the reports of my daughter's sick. ness and cure are true as yon hear them. Her affliction grew Into St. Vitus dance from an aggravated form of weakness and nervous trouble peculiar to her sex. Every ource of help was followed to t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 13 April 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A Hafskr rublidtef. ier jV?r, in Advance ...w.w 00 Jjc$ than one year, 10 ntnt per month. TAPPING THEIR BARLS. The gold manipulators of the East fcro tapping their bar 'Is. They are becoming convinced that the people fl in earnest over the silver ques tion and they are very much alarmed. But they will not submit without a Struggle. They can afford to spend millions in order to again pull the Nvool over the eyes of the people. They are already at work. The fol lowing is a letter received by the "editor last Saturday: New York. March 30. 1S!5. Epitok Nkwshoy. Dear Sir: The f stent to which calls have come to this committee for anextentiou of its press work in Sound Currency educa tion has decided ur. to undertake, to a limited extent, the distribution of "broadside" sheets appropriate for use as "extras" to be folded in with the regular edition of papers desir ing them. Kindly ad vise us. therefore, whether you would be willing to receive "broad side"cditio...

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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. — 20 April 1895

f 1 'A ,4 1 VOL. -VIII. WOMAN'S GOSSIP. The thorough system of street cleaning that has been going on in Benton for several days has greatly facilitated and improved the health of the community. Not many years go it was customary for two or three of our people to cross the Waters of the mighty unknown, by the Way of the typhoid fever route, every spring. No such thine is heard of tiow-a-days, and it is all owing to the cleanliness of our town that such is not the case. Rev. S. P. Carlisle, of Morley, Xvas in Benton. Monday, with sam ples of school furniture. He is agent for Thomas Kane & Co., Chicago, ?and will make a tour of the county within the next ninety days with a View to supplying the different schools with desks, etc. Being a teacher himself he knows tho wants of a district school. See his card elsewhere in this issue. Owing to the weather being so -suitable to farm work; the need of Assistance in attending to the wants of circuit court visitors, and other reasons of mi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 20 April 1895

TEE SCDTT CODm KSWSBOT. COIU A. HArjUU, rabllxher. tiEXTON. . MISSOUiUi Crknatio!T services have been offi cially declared by masonic authority not to be Christian burial. W. Jenmsgs Dbmorkst, the well known prohibitionist and successful publisher, died at his' home in New York city, on the 8th, of pneumonia. All. the member of the cabinet at tended a meeting held on the Bth. The Income tax decision in relation to the treasury condition, it is understood, was the chief topic of discussion. Ma. William Coubt Gcllt, liberal, was elected speaker of the British house of commons, on the 10th, to suc ceed Bt Hon. Arthur Wellesley Feel, resigned, by a rote of 285 to 274 for Sir Matthew Bidley. The decision of the supreme court in the income tax case was made pub lic on the 8th. Under its rulings in' comes derived from rents and those from state, county and municipal bonds are exempt. Under the ruling' of the supreme court in tie income tax case, one New York capitalist, who enjoys an incom...

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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. — 20 April 1895

the sconconmmsBoi FBI!. At HAFHSR, Publisher. HENTON. ... MISSOURI THE LIGHTHOUSE LAMP. fh wind earn, howling down from the north Like a hungry wolf for prey, nd tho bitter alcet went hurling forth, In the shrinking face of the djy. And the snowfliket drifted near and far, Till tho land was whltoly floeced. And the lighthouse lamp, a goldon star, Flamed over the wavea' white yoast. In the room af the foit of the lighthouse stair Lay mother and babo asleep. And little maid Oret:hon was by them there, A resolute watch to koep. There were only the throe on tha lighthouse Isle, For father hid trimmed the lamp. And set It burning a wo.try wailo In the morning's du?k an J damp "Long before night HI be back." he said, And his white sail sllppsd away; Away and away to tha malnlanJ sped, But It came not homo that day. The mother stirred on her pillow's spies, And moaned In pain and tear. Then looked In her little daughter's face Through the blur of a starting tear. Darling,' she whlspered."'...

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. — 20 April 1895

3- j. ti: m it; r., ii m m m m m m 1 Ij - i" 5fl . 1' is 4 16 TO 1 NO EXPERIMENT. The free aud unlimited coinage of silver at the proposed ratio of It to 1 5s fast resolving itself into but one i:estiob, Jird that is whether or not he United States cart afford to Un dertake this upon its own responsi bility without the prcvios agreement f other nations, says a Southern rxcl.ango. That international bimet hWwm is not rnbyfcmht and proper, out wouia do ror tliekyst as iar as the whole human race Is concerned, there are but few gold-bug fanatics who are bold enough to deny. The real single gold standard monometal list are difficult to find and are but Comparatively few in numbers, Vhen the question Is narrowed down to this issue it becomes largely a truest ien of flict. In other words, lias the production of silver in com lurison with the production of gold caused the ratio of 16 to 1 to change to that of 32 to 1, or is it because the tlemand for silver has been restricted oy legislati...

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