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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 10 August 1895

)J'" i ' j&Hi M U U I ' 7 .... .V. i I f t.-. . , s.l.A. VOL. VIII. Blodgett vs. Benton The Blodgett ball team came to Benton on Sunday ami evened up matters by defeating our boys. The Ronton players presented a neat and attractive appearance in their spotless suits of white with black belts and stocking, but the gar ments didn't contribute anything to their playing and they lout their third consecutive game. They lost, too, not through inability to fat the ball or weakness in pitching, but by Kxir fielding. Their pitching and batting Was good enough to win, or to have made a close and in) cresting game, but their pitcher was unsup ported, and they had to lose. Blodgett went to the bat, and, of tor Jas. Malone struck out, Scofield put up a Hy Heisserer caught and then Cavanaugh fanned. For Benton Butler, Heisserer and Reeder fell victims of the battery. BEXTON AT THE BAT. In the .second, Hawkins hit to Allen ft ml was out at first. Davis hit to Stock, who failed to field the bul...

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 August 1895

THE SCDTT COUHTT NEWSEQT. MIL. A. HAFNK. FaMUtv HEXTOS. . . . MISSOURI Trra dak of Arpyle wm married at Kipon. England, oa the 30th, to hU eoasin. Ina Inktne McNeill, who U one of tha qneen'a extra, bed-chamber women. J. IX Cato. one of Chicago's oldest residents, died at his home in that city, on the 30th, a?ed 84 years. He was an ex-Judge of the supreme court of Illinois. DiSFATcmss from Market Lake, Ida ho, on the 3d, stated that there was lit tie danger, as most of the Indians seen by alarmed settlers were on their way back to the reservation. . Tmc debt statement, issued on the 1st, showed a net increase in the pub lic debt, less cash in the treasury, dnr lnff July, of $33,433,737. Total cash in the treasury, S07.807,S30. Kverard R. Todd, for many years Document elerlc at the Smithsonian in stitution, died in Washington city, on the 2d, as the result of injuries re ceived by being thrown from an elec tric car. The Merchants' Bar Iron association, composed of representatives of ...

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 August 1895

1 r. IK TniL. A. HAKKIt, FablUher. jenton. ... missodiu. IF THOU COULO'ST KNOW. I think It Ihou eould'st know, O rani, that will complain, What Ilea concealed below Our burden and our pain, How Juat our aneulsh bring. Nearer thove lonjed-for thlnj Wo aoeic (or now In vnln, t think thou would'rt rsjolce, snd not com . plain. I think tt thou eould'at aee. With thy dim mortal sight, Row meanings, dark to thee, Are shadows hldlnt light; Truth's efforts crossed and vexed. Life's purpose nil perplexed If thou eould'st see them rUht, I think that they would seem all clour, and wise, and bright And yet thou oanst not know. And yet thou eanst not see; Wisdom and sight are slow In poor humanity. It thou eould'st trutt, poor soul. In Him who rules the whole. Thou would'st Und peace and rest! Wisdom and sight are well, but trust Is bast. Adelaide A. Procter. In Christian Work. THE HA ZING OF VALLI ANT Y JESSE LYNCH WILLIAMS. In the glorious old days of untram tnelcd class activity when everyone...

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 August 1895

v feqTt' CQtlNTY NEWSBOY. ' ,Ttnh. A. IlArKR, Publisher, 'JfVr riwrfwurf, i ..1 00 JEm (Attn 0n yrnr, 10 cimtt ptr month. AT PERTLE SPRINGS. The Detnocratic State Covnention tohieh met at Pertle Springs, Tues duy, was a "scorcher." Over 2,000 delegates And prominent politicians Were present and it was the most en thusiastic gathering that has assem bled in Missouri in many years. Sil ver Dick Bland was made chairman, and the work of the convention pro ceeded. The State Central Committee was Increased to 34 by adding one mem ber from each congressional district ond four committeemen at large. This knocks the wind out of the old Francis-Maffit machine, as the newly elected committeemen are with the people. A resolution was adopted calling a State convention not later than April 15, 18!6, to select delegates to the National convention, and a sep arate convention later to nominate candidates for State officers. The convention declared for the free and unlimited coinage of both silver an...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 17 August 1895

u y - v.- ,1 -i I J i 1 . VJ'-. 1V 4 ffiwi, VOL. "VIII. 1 ICOM HLODUETT And the famous melon season has Vanished again like a vision. JGSTTry Sackmann's Liver Tonic for chills, fever and billiousness. Miss Agnes Franks, of Lutcsville, Is the guest of Mrs. S. H. Reames. Miss Lillie Reddiek returned Sat urday from a visit to Jackson rela tives and friends. A revivalist preacher, it seems, should always ba happy, but one of the greatest of them is always "Moody." Miss Belle Pinkerton, who has been Visiting the family of Rev. Ben. Bo ggard at Charleston for some time re turned last Monday. Nobody dares say that Frank Kel y is not the champion base ball re jjorter of Southeast Missouri, unless ho wants to find himself getting up, tpjiek. The annual revival of the M. E. vhuivh will begin next Monday and will be conducted by Rev. Oliver and will be proceeded by a weeks' prayer meeting. The public school at Blodgett opened last Monday with Prof. V. V. liandol, of Cape county, as principal, ...

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 August 1895

f.',:i K-'-i-..':"-: ' &: i ' i : '.. tHU. A. HAVXKB, fabl V CENTOS. MISSOUttL Tn state department iru Informed, n the Btb, that France desires to make an international arbitration treaty. Sir nuNDRKD Spaniards hare en rolled themselves at the consulate (n Bncnoa Ay res for servico against the nsnrgents in Cuba. Fatlcrks for the week ended on the Oth were: For the United States 22J, against 204 for the correspond inpf week last year, and for Canada 43, against 64 last year. Miss Akauk Nicscn arrived In Kan ess City, Mo., from Samoa, on the 0th, Hfcvlnfr traveled 5,000 miles, to marry her lover, Franz L. Harbest, a grocer of Kansas City. TniRTY-TtiRKR thousand troops will go from Spain to Cuba this month, and 'J0.OOO more Will be sent in October If they should be necessary to aid in quelling the rebellion there. A contract secured by an Anniston (Ala.) firm for iron pipe to be shipped to Yokohama, Japan, ajrrjrejratca 30,000 tons. It is the largest contract for iron for foreign s...

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 August 1895

"T THS IWIET1N1 APPLE TREE. A i Rtffct on oar way to school: . ; . Stood tbr to eou a box to break !) ' toaaMM and folded nils. Pert or the tree wut 'btna the well, . ' Pert 'traded on the road, , , , , .? : " Xt,' ban- them eweetla' apples out ' uvr appertltee to goad. XI any ooy could pes that tree -Aa wot let fly a etlok, ale mat ha' teen a angel boy, Or else a boy that's sick, i j tDl' Deaeon Jlnltlngs aseter sayi "Tls eurua unto me Why all them stick, an' stuns, an' elube Should k'lect beneath that tree. " Oh. high-top sweetln' apple tree I -f i'j ncnooiaajs wnen we wereyoungl . Them very words bring smiles an' tears When tlippln' oft the tongue, '4 - Whare atr them keirlsss barefoot boys i 1 hat clubbed that tree with mo? ' They're layln' low to shoot thorn boys As club our aweetin' tree "'. Boston Transcript. THE ADJUTANT'S GRAVE. . " It was at tbe taking1 of Rangoon. . From the Irrawnddl the crashing batteries of a dosen steam frigates had leveled the stockades on the river ...

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 August 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A.' HAfsr.it, Publisher. tt 1 rr, in A Jr net . . . , , . . . J 00 'M Attn on jnr, 20 cmt prr tmmlh KNOTT ON CARLISLE. Hun. J. Proctor Knott of Kentucky, a a recent article In the, Courier Journal, severely criticises the pres ent attitude of Secretary Carlisle on the currency question. Taking as a text Carlisle's celebrated siieech iu the Forty-fifth Congress, in which ho 'heartless dominion of syndicates, stock exchanges and other great com binations of money grabbers, in this tvrtintry and Europe," Mr. Kuottcon vludes as follows: It is clainied, however, that the "Great Secretary' has a rijhto UHer his opinions, and that he has been led to do so on the great ques tion of free coinage, 'by the experi ence of the past fifteen years. All this is no doubt true, and, so far as I am personally concerned, it would b? a matter of supreme indifference, ii he changes his principles as often its he changes his linen, but one of the more inquisitive disposition mi...

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. — 24 August 1895

v.: . Vr: ;'v; p VOLi. "VTTL. . Blraotlnsr at Morley. fbe Httlc town of Morley was the cce of Considerable excitement on Thursday evening of last week, owing to the attempted killing of Arch Cheatham, barkeeper at the Tomlin on saloon, by Charles Marshall. As is always the rase on such oc casions, rumors vary, so a Newsboy reporter interviewed Jkfr. Cheatham who, ia substance, gave'the following toccount of the shooting : "Mr. Marshall had been in town brout two hours and was drinking. Mr. Tomlinson told me not to let him liuve anything more to drink. Pres ently Mr. Marshall came in and culled for another drink. I told him that Mr. Tomlinson had instructed me not o let him have any more. He said if I didn't give him a drink he'd kill tae. I paid no attention to his threat and walked toward the end of the . counter laughing. Just then Marsh- toll stepped back from the counter and reached for his picket saying 'I'm ?oing to have a drink or kill you. ' saw that he was going to shoot, 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. — 24 August 1895

-J : V S: : I ,r ti V msroaconsTYmsBoi THII A. HARXI, Feklhr, BENTON. . MISSOURI Tbb rU Mall Gatette, In an article on the situation in Cuba, says that though Capt-Gen. Campos pets his 010,000 men, Cuba trill (ret autonomy. Th New York democratic state committee, on the ISth, selected Syra cuse as the place, and September 24, as the time for holding the democratic state convention. Sbvmtt alleged nihilists were ar rested in a restaurant at Odessa on the night of the 13th. After the police bad raided the place the keeper of the res taurant committed suicide. Titb steamship China, which sailed from San Francisco for the orient, on the 13th, carried in the cabin ten Presbyterian missionaries, undaunted by the reported massacre of their com patriots in the east Tbb Paris Figaro says that in conse quence of advice received from certain French prelates, the pope has definite ly abandoned his policy of advising the Catholics of France to rally to the sup port of the republic. Gen. Mabtixkz...

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 August 1895

THE SCOTT COPHTY HEVSBOY. - MIL. A. HATMCD, reblUher, BENTON . MISSOU1U. 'WHEN I AM GONE, 'Will f rlevlmr frienas, when I em cold. Beside njr narrow bedside stand. And softly touch the withered hand, And Speak the name I bore ef old, Wben 1 am eoldf Will loving feet when I era desd. At fond affection's bidding; eome, And follow to Its silent home Mjr lifeless form with gentle tread, When I am dead? Will tender handa. when I am gone, Caress the ftinn so silent now. And sort'- touch the marble brow. And de.Sc with flowers the simple stone, When I am (one When life Is over and t am dead, Will loving eyes their brightness dim With tender tears at thought of him Who lies so still upon his bed When I am dead? Will kindly lips, when life has flown, Recall the dear and olden days, And cover all my faults with praise, And tell the rood I did alone, When Ufa has flownf O, friends of mine, while I am here Imprint your kiss upon my brow; I need your true affection now; O, let me feel your prese...

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 August 1895

t. , , , . , . - SCXAT COUHTV NKWSBOY. Twi. A.; llAFSKt, Publisher. Vr 1W, in.AJvancf . .. f. . . '. .'.2 J tJWa e JNfflr, 20 cff per month. rats v. s. treasury. This week the Nrwsnor gives much tof its editorial sbaee to the following Article from the Atlanta Cimt!tuttm ton the condition of the United States treasury. Read It, every body." It fclearly illustrates why, where and . how the strongest aud most power ful government on the face of the earth is now shielded from bankrupt cy by the efforts of a half dozen of thfe rich bankers of New York and London: We hear a great deal about the re turn oi prosperity. A return even to the low and gloomy conditions of 1893 is lifted by the exuberance of the trade journals into something like a phenomenon. We are told xlaily that the country is recovering; that confidence is restored and that Various other things have taken place hat will place the business of the Country on the highest levels of the highest tide; But behind the nrtifi fial...

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 August 1895

3 r. 1 I, M T!jl ;'? VOL. "VIII. FROM BLODGETT. Iffi-Live and let live is the motto of the Cremona Hall Drugstore. Miss Tudie Watkins, of the big Commercial Hotel, visited relatives at Oran thus week. Miss Nellie Brown, of Grand Tower, 111., who is teaching at Lein ion's schoohouse, visited Mrs. Jane Peal Suuday. A like amount of sickjiess has toever been experienced at Blodgett before. An epidemic of ill health is here, apparently to stay until frost. Mate Sanders, our affable barber, has returned to his allegiance, and has his new shop adjoining the big Mercantile Co. 's building, ready for business again. The Benton folks turned out pretty well to the ball game last Sunday. The revival at the M. E. church here closed last Tuesday, through a lack of interest caused by the preva lence of so much sickuess. The meet ing cannot be considered as a shadow of a success. Dr. S. K. Smith, the champion dentist, of Sikeston, was here ed nesday in the interest of his profes sion. He intends o...

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 August 1895

THE SCOTT COUNTY HKWSBOT. mil. A. HAXHKR, rablWnev. TlENTON. MISSOUtU. Tnit porte has again rejected the de toiand of the Powers that the proposed reforms in Armenia ahall be under for elgn control. Thk official statement of the assts of Itinfen Bros., Genoa hankers, whore cently failed, shows them to be 3,500,- OOa The liabilities are 14,000,000. A cablegram was received at the department of state, on the 19th, from Consul Jernigan at Shanghai, stating that cholera was not epidemic there. It was stated at the treasury de partment, on the 21st, that the long- delayed World's Fair medals will be ready for delivery early in September. FAn.t'RKS for the week ended on the 23d were: For the United States 223, against 234 for the corresponding week last year, and for Canada 43, against 83 last year. Ex-Gov. Morris, of Connecticut, sus tained a shock of apoplexy, on the morning of the 22d, at his office in New Haven, and died shortly after $ o'clock in the afternoon. The French steamer Cha...

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. — 31 August 1895

THE STEPMOTHER. i 'h: Mother Toll, stepmother true and tweet, Xead In the narrow path, mjr winderlnf feet, .' And though I miss the milder Joy of lite. Teach ne to gird my heart for nobla strife "While I was itlll ft wayward, fretful child, , Bow didst thou luro ma to thy bosom mild; ' With what quaint qulbs and with what Jocund waya Thou didst beguile me In those far oil days, Holding a mash before thy solemn faoe. And hiding years beneath a youthful groee. Now drop thy mask: t know thee as thou art, Grave and severe, teaching tin harder psrt, With worn and knotted hands, and weary eyes, Yet thon alone const teach where Heaven lies. Katharine Pjle, In N. Y. Independent. A HOLIDAY TRAGEDY. All my lifo I have, been well, not exuctly a woman hater, but a firm be lievor in the' idea that man is the lord of creation, and that woman is not an absolute necessity. For many years it was my proud boast that I was able to dispense with feminine aid and yet live a very enjoyable life, as, with...

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. — 31 August 1895

. I ..I it . i i .mi SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY, Phil. A. IIafnkr. Publisher. JrVr IW, w Adcanct . ; f 1 VO than one yea, lOlxntsprr month. WHAT IS MONfiYr Money Is the blood of Commerce,' the life of trade. Check Us circular lion and busiuess activity ceases, As matters now stand a combina tion of New York and London capit alists have it in their power to de press business and cause a panic at "wHl. These men deal in the blood of commerce money just the same as others deal in wheat, corn, meat and other commodities. It is their business to make a dollar as valua ble as possible. If they can, by "cor nering" the money, cause a heavy demand for it, they have accomplish ed just what a grain combine accom plishes when they get a "corner" on grain. If these capitalists can so manage that the demand for money "will be so great that one of their dollars will buy two bushels of our "wheat, or three bushels of our corn, they are eertaiuly in better condi tion than if their dollar would only buy h...

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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. — 7 September 1895

;- -Vs". "".. 's i . " .'"ml' ''" " -" " ' .'.. . ,'... . -.'-'" ' : 'n' .... ,. ' II 9 , - z-- (V , ' . ....... VOL. "VIII. K Visitors to the To see the Largest and most Complete Line of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND St! 34 Our Is Consisting of In Cannots equaled in Southeast Missouri. We are acknowledged EoetciciTatoDrjs for Boots 03l3. Slioes. A Complete Line of CARPETS, from the Cheapest Hemp to the Finest Brussels and Velvet. V If you will call and see us wq will convince you that all we say is Our price you will find are the lowest. Yours to please, LATH SKWS NOT US. An Armenian relief association luis been formed iu Ne' York City. IVo farmer near Perry. Okla., killed eacl other with axe and pitch fork. Natural gas has boeu found at Greenup, III. About 15.000 men were in the La bor Day parade in St. Louis. John I.anniii". near Mexico, Mo., beat his wife until she became insane and had to be sent to the asylum. Then the neighbors beat John black and blue and ...

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. — 7 September 1895

J - t If :1 J f 3 a: 3 1HSS0SICCUMKSOTI. MJL. A. HAnil, rMtaasv BENTON . . MTSSOUKa, Alcxakdib Mcrpht, formerly a rich Colorado ranchman, committed sui cide In Dearer, Col., on the 27th, leav ing his body to the cause of anatomical science. Princess Louisa Sop his of 8chles- riir-Holstein. wlfa at Prlnna Frjrllr Leopold of Prussia, and a younger sis ter oi me empress ox Uermany, was ac couched of a son on the 87th. The law officers of the government have tinder consideration the question how further to proceed with the case against the Bell Telephone Co. for the repeal of the Berliner patent X 0. Labadie, notary for several of the richest estates in the province, has mysteriously disappeared from Won treal, Can. He ia about 70 years of age. I here are fears of foul play. Skcretaby Lamont Issued an order, on the 27th, tnrnlng over to the state of Michigan, for use as a state park, the military reservation, buildings and lands on Mackinac island, Michigan. A dispatch from 'Constantino...

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. — 7 September 1895

A TflBIPPENNY TOKEN. BT THOMAS WBABTOIf. HE custom of splitting tlx pncei or other mall coins be tween lovers is useless, super fluous and dan gerous. Useless becanse ehalf- ttJ ' V w sixpence doea Hot preserve lore, or you are -very weak-minded If yon need such a pre servative; superfluous becanse It does not express love nobody will argue about that and dangerous well, dan gerous because everything useless and superfluous is dangerous, and par ticularly becanse everything senti mental is dangerous. ... It was not a sixpence that I split with Marian, but a silver three-cent-piece one of the old silver bits, with a III and a big C I found it in a handful of change one day, one of the early days of our acquaintance, and though it was then a very presumptu ous step to take I had It cut in half, bored with two little holes and fitted (the halves) with two little gold rings. Then I gave one half to Marian and when she accepted it my heart punched me joyfully in the ribs. Goose that I wa...

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. — 7 September 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Vmu A; HxrsKR, Publisher,- Vr Yvhr, im A1cnnc. .91 00 Lrrnt than uue rvir, 10 wnto jtrr month. LET 'EM SLIDE. The farmers of Scott county havo raised crous this year which in all directions save one should be entire- j ly satisfactory. Wheat, had not the threshing season proved unpropitious, would have graded high, and present Und prospective pi'kva considered would have made a fair showing. Corn is sure to be a bumper crop, tond to those Who feed rather than sell it, it should pay a handsome re muneration. Those who are fortun ate enough to have fruit on their farms are all but overburdened with the present crop, and while prices ni-e low for fruit, the cost of living tan be materially reduced by its use ht home. The one failure is the mel on crop not a failure in quantity or quality although both were behind but a failure in the demand and a stagnation in the market which made returns poor in nearly all cases and quite null in not a few. The truth seems to be...

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