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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 27 April 1895

VOL.. "VIII. FKOM OKAS. Miss Minnie Spraddling hasaseloct School in Oran. Wheat, oal oil and bocf have taken a jump in price Miss Allic Norman is now stop ping with Mrs. John Ashley. The S. E. Mo. Medical Association meets in Charleston ou Way 7th. George. White, of Uenton, was here Tuesday to attend a lawsuit. Mrs. Tod Githcns and Miss Lora Forester visited Hamburg, Tuesday. "Haz" Moss taught some of tur people how to trade horses this week Misses Estelle Querry and Mollie Bcattie came up from Blodgett Mon day. The prospect for large yield of Wheat was never better here than now. George Parker and Bert Ringo Vtvut to Cape Girardeau Monday on business. Mrs. L. M. Vandervoort, of the Cape, visited her husband (the Dr.) since our last letter. Rev. Boyer, secretary of the Bap tist state board of missions, preach ihI here Monday night. Judge Bowman's youngest son has o very dangerous ease of toHsolitis. It resembles diptheria. Oran was almost deserted Tuesday ou account of some very imp...

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. — 27 April 1895

THESCOITCOlimnOT. Hlb A. asAfTtCR, raW!Ark ItEXTON. 1 J.J MISSOUKk Thr Chinese indemnity to Japan is to Ixj pa Win siher in five yearly ttallnnla. i AcTISO SKCHKTAnr tlAMMt decided, on the 18th, that tho sale of stamp ai bums containing facsimile nUrnm Is iUcgaU a - ' Tub Paris Fijraro bf tbe 15th pub lishes a report that Dr. Nansen, the Norwegian Arctic explorer, has found the North pole, and that it is situated on , chain of mountains. Tmt Japanese legation at Washing ton was, on the 18th, officially notified from the foreign office at Tokio that a treaty of peace between China and Ja pan had been signed at Shimonoeelci on the 17th. The colored people of the fchtrlct of Columbia celebrated tbe anniversary of the abolition of involuntary servi tude in the south, on the 16th, by a street parade and public exercises in Washington. 1 The fifth international convention of the Young Women's Christian Asso ciation of the United States and Brit ish provinces, opened In Pittsburgh Fa., on ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 27 April 1895

THE OTHER ONE. ihe ,nn ' lbe oalc f hnlr Dearer than yti Is none to me. Dearer than rou there can bn nonet Since lo yonr laughing face I neo Eyea tbiit tell of anothnr one. 'te7.wher! lbt flrelln oftljr irlow.. Sheltered and aafe and nu and warm, What to ion la the wind that blown. Driving the sleet of the winter storm? Round your hoad the ruddy light Qllnts on thtvold from your tresses "pun. But deep Is the drlftln snow to-night Over the head of tho other ono. Bold me close as yon sapely stnnl. 'tcJ,,ng ,be dJf,n en"crs shine: Then shall I feel another hand That nestled once in this hand of mines Poor little hand, so cold and chill. Shut liom the light of stars nnd sun, Clasping the withered roses still That hide the face of the sleeping one. Laugh, little maid, while laugh you may, i Sorrow comes to us all. I know; Better perhaps for her to stay Under the drifting robe of snow. Sing while you may your baby songs, Sing till your baby days are done; But oh, tho ache of the heart tha...

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. — 27 April 1895

V . "ViTlictt do you need ? But that don't matter in this case. , EsB 3ES 353 JES. He now offers special Inducements inss HEN'S, WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S SHOES! to "too etis You will mako no mi9tako if you buy tx need xcxxx "-l- rrM..L sflfc ; tfm 757"ctxixa,li-t3. r i I Ik 3 1 i ? If ft ;! ..-. : SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Hafxkk. Publisher-. iVr Iwrr, in Aden net ..1 fWJ Tjt tli mi one jjcrir, J'f Cent jn-r month. , THE EXTUA SESSION. The extra session of the legislature txnveel at Jefferson City at noon last Tuesday. The objec t of the ses sion is to determine whether the rail-i-oad and other lobbies, or the people of tins great State are to rule. In his mc!iaje. the governor reeom tawulcd(l) the passage of a law gov erning elections in cities of over 100, HK) inhabitants; (2) a law defining the relations between railroad corpora tions and their employe, and also to define find lis the legal liabilities be tween such corporations and their employes for injuries suffered by one ...

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. — 4 May 1895

i w VOL, VIII. Scraps of News up to Date. George Gould says the business outlook is very bright. The anti-tights bill was defeated inthe New York legislature. The Cuban insurgents are losing fcTound. Their eause is ho))eless. The Puestrow murder trial is now in progress up in Franklin county. Seventeen people died in a French hospital through eating tainted meat. Six persons were killed by a cy clone near Halstcud, Kan., Wednes day. Brick-makers ore on a strike at St. Louis for more wages or fewer hours. It is believed that Teter Turney will be seated as Governor of Ten hessee. The gold reserve is about nincty Iwo millions. What's dor matter in it dot? Rrakeman Ctffery was killed in a freight wreck near Pai'agould, Ark., tin Monday. Hall, the defaulting collector of Buchanan county, has becnenught in California. Ben. Harper killed Jas. Ward near Millville. Mo., Wednesday, and then killed himself. The, Venezuelans are raising a fund for a monument to the author of the Monroe doctrine...

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. — 4 May 1895

THE SCOTT COUNTY HEWSBOT. ruIL. A. HAPNBB, Pabtlshsit HKXTON MISSOUIU A Company lias been Incorporated at .Newark, N. J., with 115,000 capital, 10 per cent, paid In, to manufacture per-petual-motlon machines. Ox the U6th the supreme court of ap peals of Virginia, by unanimous rote, denied the application of Mrs. ltelva Lockwood to qualify as a practitioner. lion. OEonoK N. Cirzos and his bride, lately Miss Mary Victoria Let ter, embarked on the Cunarder Etru ria, which sailed from New York for Liverpool on the 27th. Hon. Justus F. Temple, aired 09 years, of Waynesburg, Pa., died, on the 25th, at the residence of his daughter in Allegheny. Mr. Temple served os auditor-general of Pennsylvania from 1874 to 1878. Comptroller Eckels has accepted an invitation to deliver a speech at the banquet of the Detroit (Mich.) cham ber of commerce on May 3. His speech will be devoted largely to the tiaunuiul situation of the country. On the 25th the navy department re ceived a telegram announcing t...

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. — 4 May 1895

MISSOURI'S GOVERNOR Makes a Strong Appeal for Hon est Legislation. the Special s-nl.Jects the Legislator Itaa tia pec..llj Called to Consider ed Forth-The Lobby Matt ;TTork Openly or Oo. Jkpfebsox Citt, Mo., April 23. Whcn tlio special session of tlio Mis onrl general assembly was called to order at noon to-.lay tlio following message was presented from the trot ernor: H?1"1""" ,Tn" SRSATB AND HorsE Of BrpREstKTATivs.,-1 hnvo full it rnylnlyto convene the general assemhly Inexlrnordlnm-y .?uu ' consider .several questions of high public importance. , ..!.h9jr"1B.rttI ""nh'r to enact a l.iw Snhu? m f1fcilon "eld the election of rm.niCl"S ,n 't' bavin population of in,d?ver- Thede-lrotor a better WW, applicable to such cltlei. Is so universal, and i? k?"JJt ,0'' " so Well conceded by rlfrtit-thlnklng people, that t feel as if I need oo little more thnn submit the subject for your eonsldcratlon; there Is certainly no occasion for an elaborate discussion of It. The res Idonls of St. Lou...

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. — 4 May 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOYY Pint.. A. Haknkh, Publisher. I'rr Year, in Ad ti . t t ... $1 60 jrxx thin onr ffrtit, 10 rent ,wr month. HANKS IN POLITICS. Never since tho flays o( "Old hieh fcry says the Fort Stn'ith Times. have the banks announced openly that they intended taking a part in poll tics. In the days of Jackson there Was some excuse (or them luking a part in politics because their very existence as banks of issue was threatened, but now no one is mak ing war on them. The people are only claiming the right to regulate the volume of money and say what shall constitute money, a right which the constitution reserved for them by its bankers, when formulating that document. The banks want to relegate to themselves those rights which our forefathers said were only (safe when in the hands of the great common people who constitute the bone and sinew of this grand country, The banks gh'e it out cold that they have held one meeting and intend holding another to force the people to submit ...

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. — 11 May 1895

ST TY 'TOLi..Vni. BENTON, MISSOURI, M.Y 11, 1895. NO. l SCO TON NEWSBOY. . ... a A Deplorable Tragedy From the Now Madrid Record. Last Saturday night about ton o'clock a pistol snot was heard by tho Ipcople who were in town, many from the country who were late in making their usual purchases, and tho crowd were attracted to the place whore the report was heard, tho livery sta ble of L. F. Hunter. Marshal Rich ards was one of the first at tho scene and it was found that the shoot ing was done by Mr. Jas. V. Conran our prosecuting attorney, and the. deadly missle from his pistol had struck Mr. C. T. Pinncl, a well-to-do farmer, both parties of prominent families. An cniniity had existed between tho two parties, ar.d as Mr. Conran sat on the livery stable porch Mr. Pinncll came towards him walk ing down the sidewalk. No words bussed between them. As Mr. Pin- iiell got near Mr. Conran arose and took the chair lie was sitting in and -truck Mr. l'hmell a blow on the head and then threw 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. — 11 May 1895

... ' , ' v .' J 1 ' ' . V :, ' i. ! I- I t t. ' i". j. . .'..'... THKSOTfTCOaMZOTSEOL Mil. Ju UA9KKR, rablUkOTk bKNTOK. MlSSOOKi. Lkti R TArr, one of Micliian'a emi nent jurists, died kt his home In Pon tiac, on the tOth, aged 73." On the 1st Go. Morton of New York Fronted Dr. Buchanan, the wife mur derer, another week's respite. Florida's quarantine regulations went into effect on the 2d and will continue in force until Nov. IS next. Tns resignation of Theodore Roose velt as a member of the cWll-eerTloe commission was received at the execu tive mansion on the 30th. Tub Afghan authorities have ordered Umra Khan, who was captured in Af ghanistan, to be turned over to the au thorities of Great Britain. The publio debt statement, issued on the 1st, shows a net increase in the publio debt, less cash in the treasury, during April, of 89,109,857.53. Total cash in the treasury, $787,442,835. For using a profane epithet four times, Mr. John Hoffman, a contractor, was, on the 80th, fined 82...

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. — 11 May 1895

WERE I THE 8UN. W always nlilna on holidays, " a n. au.nl On sleepy heads ra nerer Kara. Bui .focus all my morning r yT On busy talks of bastllng way. Wore I the tun. I would not melt a tleddln enow. Were I the eun; Nor help those useless weed to (row, But hurry melon on. you know, Were I the sua Ti wirm the swimming pool Ju,t right. were I the san; On school days I would hide my light The Fourth I d always gi0 yoi bright. Nor set ,o soon on Christmas night! Were I the sua I would not heod such paltry tojs. Were I thn nn Such work as grown-up men employs; But I would favor solM Joys In short, I'd run the world for boys Were I the sun. Amos R. Wells, In St. Nlcholi MY COUSIN MARY It was my sad fortnna. frnm boyhood up, to be a failure in 1l ways. I was not so h'ndnomo as cotiM have oeen expected in the son of v bcautt lul mother and the young father who died before I was born, and who was also beautiful, 1 was told. I was not brilliant, though both sides of the house showed men and 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. — 11 May 1895

r. :' . - . if-." 0 km v- " ; r: ' f ; Pun- A. Hasrii, Publisher. Lnu'thnm diM- jf; iO r-f jfr- iAAnM. THE CURRENCY QUESTION. Yes, by all menus let Us have a State Convention to record our stand on the silver question, The gold ba rons of . the East, the bankers and bivkers of Wall street the agents of England, In short, all parties Inter ested in the aggrandisaincnt of the few and indifferent to the good of the many, are ttarshnlih their forVvs hainst Iho Wave of honest senti ment which is sweeping oVer the txuntry in favor of the natural money of Americans; the money in which their obligations were contracted; the money in which they arc paid for their labor; the money of the leathers, which in all times and tlimes has done the work of the world. We have jjot a fair instnll hicnt of tariff reform. The currency question will have to take the lead in l&Ki, and the States which moan to uphold the people s rights cannot ulTord supinely to stand by while the wholesale robbery of th...

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. — 18 May 1895

COTT COUNTY VOL, VIII. BElSTTOIsr, MISSOTT.R.I, ULJIT 16, 1895. asro. le TIE NEWSBOY, Late News Items Twenty thousand sharps of Sonth ern railway common stock has been Bold to an English syndicate. A large amount of 4 per cent general mort gage bonds of the Chespeake & Ohio railway have also been transferred to London, Paris, New York and Boston firms, and other sales of se curities have been made to J. P. Morgan A Co., London. Under our present "sound financial policy" for eigners will own everything worth owning in this country. . The financial question is a onesided afialrin Illinois. Twenty counties hate selected delegates to the State Convention to be held in June, and fall instructed their delegates to vote for free silver. The chairman of the Democratic State Committee says: ."I am expecting that the State Con vention will declare for free silver Without a dissenting Vote. " After sentencing one of the "lead ing citizens" to the penitentiary, Judge Bailey, of Wisconsin, s...

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. — 18 May 1895

' ' - " v . ..': fir- it- ,. A' vV,.-. r .&?- iHEsmncDnmrnsBoi ' MIL. A. HArHBB. PmblUkaiv nKSTON. MtSSOUEU. Ex. -Got. Robkh Stockton Gmckx, of New Jersey, died in the city of Eliza beth, on the 7th, age A 04 years. -; Tn duo dOrlcans was, on the 6th, pronounced out of danger, and hta physicians announced that no further bulletins in regard to his condition Would bo issued. Mrs. Mart Brows, a monogamian pensioner, died, ou the 10th, at her bortre 5 miles from Knoxvllle, Tenn. rshe was the widow of Joe Urown, a soldier in the revolutionary war, and was born in ISO. Her husband died fifty-one years ago. It was announced in London, on the 9th, upon authority of the Exchange Telegraph Co., that the Klcaraguan government would pay the entire amount of the indemnity demanded by Great Britain at the foreign office In London in a few days. Ox the 9th Gov. Morton signed the Lexow New York city bipartisan po lice bill and Assemblyman Ainsworth's bill, prepared by the Xew York city tenemen...

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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. — 18 May 1895

DECLAR&M&, M. SANE. h Verdle at Ik Jary a the Ckh of "?,,,r"w-. Mrerer f Wife ,d ChHd hi St. l.oate-11. Mt Mow stand Trial far Hie Ufa, I.tko An, Ordinary Mea-Hle Dollars Coald Not proa Ilia 1'aranolae. Union, Ma, M.y ia.-The Jury In Ihe Duestrow menUl Inquiry returned a Bd'Ct of'Mnity l 8:30 Saturdaymorn- h6rrdlct WM fiot "ached until 7:80. Foreman Glasser says the jury had some little differences regarding testimony, and after two hours' discus sion last night decided to retire. At J:80 a ballot was taken and the tweUe Jurymen were in favor of declaring Duestrow sane. . Dnestrow was very nervous when he entered the court-room at 8:15. When the verdict was read he heaved a sigh and remarked: ' "I am glad this monkey business is over." Gov. Johnson and Doctors Bremer and Baudny are of the opinion that Duestrow will not live to go through the murder trial. Gov. -Johnson, though expecting a verdict of sanity, was greatly worried. "That jury had its verdict last week," said he;...

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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. — 18 May 1895

SCOTT COUNTY K8f SDOY. Phil. A. Hafser, Publisher. Ir Tear, in Advance.. . . $1 OO Jjcm than one fvrtr, 10 etnii pr wWrtfA, TRILBY. Having been amazed, amused, Vcmpted and tantalized during sever "nl mouths with the prominence of the Trilby craze as reported in the met ropolitan papers, we have at length found time to read the book. It takes but little time. Of its merits , We rise to remark as follows t That we cannot in the least Under stand the why or wherefore of the book's phenominal popularity, unless it be that the less people understood it the more they were ready to pre tend that they did so, and that fully two-thirds ol its admirers are simply "me toos" cuckoos. In the first place, Du Maurier, an English-Frenchman, coolly took it for granted that the public understood French even colloquial and slangy French as well as he does. Anybody who has no knowledge of the language cannot possibly understand one-hulf of the book the half where most of its best points lie. Then again...

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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. — 25 May 1895

V' SCOTT COUN TY N EWSBOY, VOL. "VIIi: BENTON, MISSOURI, IMT.A. "Y" 5, 1895. NO. IV r I, ,, i . . - r . . . , , , , - I,, i - - - - . i . - ,-. ,. - -. . ., . ... ... ... - ... -. . . . -. i Stiolx. to tlxo JXToTgrpgipox' tJaLCft BtiolaLQ to T'ou, It is Your Friend. r t 1 - i; i I '1 i QUARANTINED! Benton Closes its Ports . to the South and West. Reliable Information having reach ed Benton that small pox continues to grow worse at Poplia, and that six cases have developed nt More house, at tbo edge of Scott county and within a few miles of Sikeston, therefore the Chairman called a meeting of the Town Board Monday evening to determine what steps should be taken to guard against the dreaded disease. It was determined that quarantine be established against Ihc south and west, and that guards be placed on the Orutl, Morley and Charleston roads. As the disease is southwestward from us, the Commerce and Cape roads will be left open, but no stran gers will bj admitted from anydirec tion. T...

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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. — 25 May 1895

. r v. THE SOJTT COONTl SXWSBOT. VUIU A. HAFKCB, rMWMT KXTON ... MlSSOUtU. AiuitttAi. Jons J. Ai.mt, United tHiUvs nary, retired, died at his resi dence In Washington, on the 18th, after lonjr Illness. Owimo to the rtiln of the grape crop by frost, sixteen grape basket fnctorles In Clmntnuqua county, N. Y., have closed down, throwing 1,200 men out of work. Mayor Strong of New York city Ins approved the hill providing for an other brldpe between New York and Brooklyn, and it will undoubtedly be come a law. The tronsnry gold reserve was In creased over $800,000, on the lGth. by payments made by the Morgan-Belmont syndicate, the reserve standing at 507,01,11 at the close of business. The United States cruiser Marble- head will go through the Halite-North Sea caunl, on the occasion of tho open Ing ot that waterway, with the war Bhips comprising the emperor's escort Tub Pingrce farm Idea, or Detroit plan, has been put Into practical op eration in Brooklyn, though In a rather emallor way ...

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. — 25 May 1895

A LE83QN. WIwb In my hesn lore first began. So well I plaje4 my part, Br father aatd I waa a man w iUght after hU own heart Her slstfr said t waa a doar. i Her brother thought me fine, And to mamma did I appear A creature halt dlvlno. flat when t asked her for her hand . She laughed a laugh most gar. And told me In iweet aoceots bland To eall noma other day. Heat time 1 find myself Involved By fate in love's mad whirl, upon one thing I am resolved: I'm going to court the girl. Tom Mas son, la Detroit Free Press. A KOMANTIC TftAGEDY. 1IE Littles Tennpssea river winds circuitoua ly through these large mountains and finally finds its way Into the Tennessee at Lenoir City, at a point near the state line between Tennessco and North Carolina. Yellow creek empties into th Little Tennessee. About five miles up this creek lived old man Burchfleld and his family, composed of his wife and two children, one a boy of sixteen and the other a girl of eighteen. Their parents called them Lem and Liz...

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. — 25 May 1895

t SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. ILifrXtR; Publisher; Vr Ynrr, in Aihdact $1 00 Iie than ont )tar, 10 cent pi-r month. CARLISLE'S SPEECH, -'fror some time it was announced that Secretary Carlisle would make the opening spech of the Kentucky campaign, at Covington, on May 21. We had read about the speech be ing carefully prepared; that it had been read and approved by the PresU (lent and other cabinet officers, and that it would express the views of Ihe administration on the financial tpieslion. Therefore we had reasons td eXpoet something from the great Secretary of the U. S. Treasury. Biit we were disappointed. Last TuesdaV Mr. Carlisle made the big (?) speech which everybody anxiously awaited. but he failed to enlighten us on any particular point, lie tried to saddle bur present deplorable condition ould the Harrison administration, and de fended the present ''sound financial policy." Like all goidbug oratcn's, Mr. Car lisle coilld not afford to deal with the truth. He goes over t...

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