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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 September 1895

VOL. "VTI1. SOUTHEAST NOTES. Sterrit McKean, u Jefferson county farmer, was found dead in bed, a bullet in his brain and a hole in the back of his head. His wife says he committed suicide, or the pistol, which she says she put under his pillow, was accidentally discharged. The suicide theory is discredited by the position of the bullai hole. The accidental discharge .iheory is dis credited by the fact that the bed clothes showed ncv marks such as must have resulted from such dis charge. McKeau, when under the influence of liqubr, was a bully and often beat his wife. The coroner's jury returned an open verdict which leaves y&e wife under a grave suspi cion of having fired the fatal shot. The postmistress of Lutesville and thebelle of that town was to have bet-,n married Thursday of last week to a man her parents had picked out f.br her. She made a hurried trip to .Bismarck that evening and went to Hillsboro with L. L. Vandervourt, assistant R. R. agent at Bismarck, and the man of...

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. — 14 September 1895

1111. own uuuiui nanuuui mil. A. BATOB, Fabltsher. BENTON. MISSOURI j Advices by steamer from the orient ay that cholera Increases In China, the death rate exceeding 1,500 daily. 1 Thb twelfth annual convention of the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists met in Washington, on the Cth, with nearly 100 members present Srom all parts of the country, i I Thb board of health of Portland, Ore., has taken steps to quarantine that port against a threatened invasion of cholera from Honolulu, where the plague Is epidemic i Failures for the week ended the 6th, as reported by R. O. Dun & Co., (were: For the United States 180, against C10 for the corresponding week last year, and for Canada 38, against 47 last year. I AccoRmyo to the "Manufacturers' Record of Baltimore, Md., seventy seven new cotton mills, with an ag gregate of over 300,000 spindles, have been projected in the south during the past three months. i News of a horrible massacre by Spanish soldiers in Cuba was received ...

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. — 14 September 1895

"TV" ?..;.. ,1."" ,. j. , i ?1 3: 4. I -. - . ''..V .. 'J J- - r..'-' '" A MILD 8UQQE8TION, aV wm awte. Bwt slow. .- ? And JaikeA ailed ao long la vain . i- Vr ehaac to troawer "ret" or ' no, ' '. ; Bar patloooe ike aoaroe could restrain, Mist Jua hare jroa learned to cookf on day Ra Inqatraa with evident comcera O vee," ah (aid, in th blithest way, It U fio Cifflcult thin to learn. And O, Jothould see my loaves ot eakel" " What klndr (DlaoroUon such themea will drop) , Tha kind," the aald, '1 prater to make Haa frail tuslde and la Iced on top " -. -, " Wh, that U a wedding eake, Mlu Jane.'' , " Yea," eh averred with a placid smile, I " That w fust the kind I meaa' And theft J - Unbroken allenoe prevailed awhile. I " Until there came to Jerome a bright And rare Idea that convulsed his brain, , And he cried. In wonder and delight: " Let us have one or our own. Miss Janet" C H. Thayer, In Good Housekeeping. THE FOUKTEENTH GUEST , V. . TT R. r BANKS My danCe, I bcliove, 1 Miu Wadding t...

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. — 14 September 1895

V ; - '-,: -5. - ',.!t. ei i -.. , ;. . !:..'. , 1 -. .1 Si 1 1 : SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. HAFNtR, Publisher. Per Year, in Advance. fl 00 ljtx than one year, 10 cent per month. public BURKING THE COLLEGES In despotic countries the press is under the censorship of the .governments and can only promulgate such opinions or print such news as may suit the powers that be. In free America we will not as yet sub mit to any such curtailment oi our right of free speech. But the mil lionaires, monopolist's, trusts and Koldbugs get at the press and gag it by other and scarcely less despotic Means. Havinir about all the loose cash in the country, they buy up in fiuential newspapers and, if they can not buy the editors (who seldom own much stock in the big papers) they oust them and put creatures of their own in charge. By this simple but vffective means they burke the free rxpression of opinions inimical to their interests and disseminate such as suit their design against the public. . As...

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. — 21 September 1895

V it i . - . .i r." i - - 1 :: . V. S ; VOL. "VIII. SOUTHEAST NOTES. Quarantine against smallpox lias been raised at Caruthersville. The Je facto editor of the De Soto Tacts seems to be Boss Filley. Summer ducks are reported plenti ful on Big Lake. Johnny, get your gun ! , Perry ville has a saloon keeper who advertises that he is "selling out at cost." The Perry County Republican is .six years old and says it wants money 'awful" bad. Howell county peaches which reach New York in prime condition sell at $." and $6 per bushel. Several cases of diphtheria at Whiting had the effect of breaking up a protracted meeting. The Marvin Collegiate Institute at Fredericktown, its new location, was formally opened last Thursday. Carrying brass knucks cost a Jef ferson county youth $100 or work to that value on the rock pile last week. A corn-cob pip3 factory is Charles ton's latest. The plant is on the grua&d, and the cobs are all over two tounties. - Mississippi eddnty farmers are turning 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. — 21 September 1895

hiu a. BAnntB, Fabiuae ENTON. ' . MISSOURI. Tns province of Podolia, Russian Poland, has Wen officially declared to he infected with cholera. i Ladt Fhascks Ross Gunning, who "was arrested in London, on July 25, on charge ol forgery, pi ended guilty on the 10th. The court sentenced her to one year's imprisonment. , Hundreds of thousands of specta tors lined the streets of Louisville. Ky., on the 11th, to witness the pa rade, 80,000 strong, of the Union vet erans in attendance upon the national encampment. i A dispatch to a London news agency from Rustchuk, on the 11th, said that twenty arrests had been made of per sons implicated in or suspected of be' lug connected with a plot to take the life of Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria. Tiie annual reunion of the Latter ,Toy Saints of the Decatur, Pes Moines, Eastern Iowa, Northern Illinois, Ke wanee and Nauvoo districts com menced at Bluff park, opposite Nau too, 111., on the 0th, to continue ten days. Advices from Havana, on the 10th, state...

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. — 21 September 1895

r:-;'-.' ' V.':' ''''.'. "i 1 ft is" i 15-., Id 1 -. n t',-. t : L lUEN THEY ALL WEPT. OoL Wttrson'a Pathos Too Mooh - for the Old Veto, uptH f the Aaaaal Reporta Heat . Year's Iiinniml at St. Paal . i- CoL I. M. Walker, of Indians Coanuiar fas Chief. LocisviM.it, Ky., Sept. 13.BusineM hod pleasure, were combined by the Grand Army folk to-day. While the delegates to the National encampment nettled down to legislation for the rood of the order and to select officer for the ensuing year the rank and file Indulged In the reunions that of lata years have become one of the most In teresting features of encampment week. Ont at Camp Caldwell and in ne tents orer at Jeffersonville, as well as in the schoolhouses and other headquarters, the survivors of states, regiments and companies now scattered throughout the country met together to say "God bless you" once more and to rehearse never-to-be-for gotten incidents Upon the battlefield There were many affecting scenes as comrades who had not ...

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. — 21 September 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. IlArsm, Publisher. -X. 2Vr Year, in Aitcniu 91 00 . thuH yr, 10 crat per muHtk, IS HE RATTLED? Several weeks &o the Newsbot fcave the Wall street organs of the Southeast the following nuts to vrack: 1. What constituted the unit of Values from 1792 to 1873 ? 2. What was tho silver dollar quoted at in all the markets of the world, as" measured by gold in Feb ruary 1873, at the time of its de monetization ? 3. If a silver dollar was worth more than a gold dollar in 1873, then why did they strike down the dollar that was most valuable ? 4. Was it becauseof the "overpro duction" that a silver dollar was ijuotcd at $1.02 at the time of its de monetization? Three weeks had nasscd nJ we had about concluded that the organs had given it up. Last week the Greenville SW man so far forgot himself as to attempt a reply. Here is the way he dodges question No. 1 : "1st. During a greater part of the period from 17!2 till 1891 we uau tree coinage ot goia ana silver ...

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. — 28 September 1895

I v : 4. 1 1 r - I VOL, "VIII. 'X J?' 'C 1 J&jC To see the Largest and most Complete Line of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES. ,H - Our Is Consisting of In We can sell you a Strictly ALL WOOL suit for man at $5 and Upward. Cannot be equaled in Southeast Missouri. We are acknowledged I3Coa,c3Lc3."ULo,3rtoars for Boots and Shoes. A Complete Line of CARPETS, from tlie fbpBSt Kemp to the Finest Brussels and Velvet. V a if 'you will c.ttl and eee us we will convince you that all we say is jtSj Our price you will find are the lowest. Yours to please, A MM-Night Caller. Tast Saturday night Squire An dy Schoun was arousorl by a 'hello!" at the gate. The Squire answered the call, got up and slipped on his clothes but the fellow on the out :tfie owliued the "hello!" Preseut vthe Squire appeared at the door and asked what jvas wanted suppos ing someone wanted to see hiin on legal business. 'I want you to come out here," was the gruff reply. "Come in, I am barefooted,"...

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. — 28 September 1895

1 . ) S J r V:' the scon mom hstot. mil a. HAraiR, reaiisi. BKNTOtf. MISSOURI. 1 Ttosurr BminciciMtorr. ot Mansfield. XX, was, on the 18th, ehgi&ii president of the Prison congress In session at Denver, Col. Th Junior Order of tTnttnd AnwpU can Mechanics ot ' Pennsvlvania held Its thirty-sixth annual state meeting in MoKeesport, beginning on the 1 7 th r Thk British foreign office, on the 17th, denied the report that the sultan of Turkey had accepted the plan ox the powers for reforms in Armenia. A dispatch from Shanghai, on the 17th, said that seven of the prisoners teonrictcd of complicity in the recent tnassacres were executed at Ku Cheng, "on that day, in the presence of the for- leitftt oonsula, Thb family of J. L. Waller, ex United States consul at Madagascar, vow undergoing a term of twenty years imprisonment in Clarroix pris on, arrived in Marseilles, on the 30th, from Mauritius. I I ' Thb funeral of Admiral Delgndo Tarejo, who was drowned by the sink' Ing of the Spanish...

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. — 28 September 1895

- 'i V' 'a 'iff v, . i : 6. 'lit,- I if v A' 4 WW: ' , 1. . PAST AND PRESENT. On GhickaSniaaffa Battle Ground, After Thirty-Two Tears, '4lla and On; Mt Brother, And - Join In Dedicating th Boll Mad Snored by the Illood ot Comradti, Chattahoooa, Tenn., '-- Sept' 19. After an Interval of thirty-two years the blue and the jrray again met around the crejeent of ttaodgraea bill, on the ' battlefield of Chlckamauga, bat not as : then, amid the mists and leaden hail which marked those dreadful days of 186i. making the conflict the most ter rible In its casualties to those con cerned which history Knows.' Under one flag a reunited host, deroted to the advancement and prosperity of one common country, the veteran foeiuen of a third of a century ago met to ded icate as a national park the ground made Mtcred by the blood of heroes who fought at their side. mationalMiutaRvParr This park is one of the most notable in existence' and unique in many re' spects. Tt extends from Sherman Heights, in T...

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. — 28 September 1895

! ii r i SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pbiu k. -HAFNtii, Publisher. ttr Tettr, Sit Advance . .1 00 Lets than one year; 10 cent per month. 'WE , ARE GAINING GROUND. Stf by Step the sirver m6vemet as gwsing ground. The tactics of Xts dficmeftts is to shift, dodge and d-?cei. At frrst they tried totreat xhe Tnafrer with toatempt, and re ferred to the advocates of silver as "'Populists, " "fanatics," "repudiat ors," etc., "but behave got 'em on the run and badly scared. They are establishing "sound money" distribu ting agencies to every State, and are "buying up all the leading metropoli tan papers that are doing them great 'harm. They propose to control that "which our constitution guarantees the people shall be free the press, St. Louis has a "sound money" club and the State is flooded with 'its literature. Although the club styles Itself Democratic, the litera ture is dished out by, and from the office of John W. Noble, a Republi can and a member of ex-President Harrison's cabinet. This clea...

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. — 5 October 1895

von vm. FROM BLODGBTTi The first frost that got this far way from home struck us last S un tidy night; "The poor ye have always with you," and lately it does setSm as tHough that remark is more or less applicable to the commercial trav eler. It is quite amusing to see the gath ering of the one time hearty big fel lows as the sun comes up and warms the air a little. They have all been sick and the amount of good meat lost by the Anauias gang during the recent wave of typhoid, intermittent, femittent, malignant, malarial, bil otis .and various other . fevers, is quite frightful to see. The average having gone down from 180 pounds to less than 150, while their return ing appetites are a living monument to an eternal Grace. In a late paper we notice that in referring to the marriage of Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt to the Duke of Marlborough, a titled H 'Englishman fetys that he sees in all sucli mar Hayes the doom of equality as now recognized in the United States, and the establishment of ...

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. — 5 October 1895

lBlb Am HAFNKR, Fab Usher. BENTON. " lllSSOUttk Pbksidkkt Facrk of Franco is In 111 health, and was, on the SGth, ordered by his physician to take ten days absolute rest. i A dispatch from St. Petersburg, on the 2U1, said that the report that Rus sia is under agreement with China to occupy Tort Arthur is without founda tion. ! The Berlin Iteichsanzetger published a decree, on the 27th, setting .forth that after October no cattle or hogs ahull be imported into Germany from any country without being quaran tined. L Abraham Katlob. aged 73, a highly spected citizen of Huntington coun ty, Inil., fell dead on tho platform of the Chicago A Erie railway station at Huntington, on the 24th, while wait ing for a train. It is asserted by those who claim to be conversant with the facts, that Cuba will hare the rights of belligerency ac corded to her by Mexico and several South American republics before the end of September. ' Lord Dcxraven has decided to keep Valkyrie in this country until next...

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. — 5 October 1895

.V. : .1 !-; i' 1 r- .'. --.:. - . "HON NOBIS 60U1" , " , iro rom otmrn wt ' ThTM slmpls wtrSsl yet fall ot mannlnf trta, Whenk'et w lout 'or loving work U rtoi Tha Golden Rate with all oar mtcht to bd. And sympathise; In very brother's used.- TTirst ilmpla wordal rat If by than wa lira, -What tnay'vo not parohanca anoonaclous tlvel Row full of aunahln darkened hones mj ba, Bow often and, lmprlaonad aoula tat free I Three almpla words! Lord, (1 tu dnly strength,' That hour by hoar, throughout our joantya laofsb. . i Their lesson (till may patiently be learned. Until "Well done," Thy blest reward, la earned, , . , -Outlook. - i THE POPCORN BOY.' A Business Reversal Unheralded by Dun or Bradstreet. The financial stress from which the , country Is now emerging has left its wrecks In the Industrial and commer cial centers. ' When the stringeney was most severe the' daily press reported how this prominent bank had closed its doors, that well known mercantile house had (rone to pieces and...

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. — 5 October 1895

:Jf sW SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A.. HaMe, Publisher. Hr Ttnr, i iJwMr.. ,..... 2 00 Jm fAa dm year, 10 crnt jwr mow. (A, HE GIVES IT UP. The OreentfUle Shu man gives it bp. He hta nolsVed the White leath er. Recently we gave him some nut tottrackon we money quest ion, which he tried to answer by dodging them tiastweek he practically Admitted that we were too hard on him and toys: "You've played teacher long enough. Allow us to ask a few ques tions." Here are the questions Which he puts to ust . "1 Of what does the currency of the United States consist? A short discussion allowed. "2. You say that under free and unlimited coinage, the farmer would fcot more for his products. We will fesk if he would not have to pay more for everything bought in exchange for his products? Then briefly ex plain to us wherein he would be bene lited. "3. If free and unlimited coinage would increase the wases of our la borers, would it not diminish the pile of goods he would be able to buy with a dolla...

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. — 12 October 1895

1 VOL. "VIII. SOUTHKAST NOTES. Cape Girardeau has an armless colored man who can pick a nickel off tHfr sidewalk with his teeth. That town also has others who can pick nickels out of your pocket with their finders. A ten-cent law-suit (the price of sharpening a plow point) was held bsfore the court of common picas, Cap? Girardeau, on appeal from a jus " tice court last week. The cost in the case already amounts to about forty dollars. A force? of hands are at work put tin;? down steel rails between Delta and Capo Girardeau, on the Houck road. This is considered as an indi cation that the Cotton Belt will run into the Cape. A new morning paper has started at the Cape J. D. Hill, editor. Look out for a newspaper scrap! Charges were preferred against Rev. J. L. Batton, at the Methodist conference, at Jackson, last week, but he came out as "clear as a whis tle. " Rev. Batton has many friends in the Southeast the result of mind ing his own business. Joseph Marler shot and killed Sam Wall...

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. — 12 October 1895

v-i .... ! j ,. V r ' , t-'v : v; v J?.4; n. V:- v;s:ass:.;.,;.. ' 1 ?. ' ' i . .-- ' ' : .-.' - s - .- I t fc ' : "A P .it (;: - ! 1 i 0, V 'it: :;. V. "J ft THE SCffTT COUKTY NEWSBOY. miL. A. HAfHIBi FaMlsho. Benton. MlSSOOfca, Th British parliament was, on the th, farther prorogued until. teeem ber 23. uhubuai.lt cold weather has suc ceeded the recent heated spell in En gland. Frosts have prevailed in the midlands ana snow in Scotland. A dispatch from Constantinople, on me 3d, said that it was officially an Bounced that Laimail Pasha had been chosen to replace Said Pasha as grand vizier. ' Siccbktary Carlisle has accepted an Invitation to attend the banquet of the Reform club at lloston on the 13th. He will be the principal speaker at the least. Thb pnblic debt statement, issued on the 1st, shows a net decrease in the public debt, less cash in the treasury, during September, of 81,834,680. Total cash in the treasury, $827,889,408. . The order appointing Gen. Nelson A. Miles to th...

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. — 12 October 1895

, THE LOST KINGDOM. 1 km the way to a heart The paths that led to Iti nets; Whan I knocked at tta stately door I did not need to wait. . I knew eaek; wide, fair room. Each dear little crooked Ball, And where the sunlight would leapt And where the shadow would falL Why not? For the plaee wet mine: I dwelt In Ita Inmost rooms Wore terns that were hoarded there; Dreamed deep la It eon alned Rloomi Looked lost on Ita pictured walls Trod dallj its rose unrolled; And drank of its rare, rare wine Tom ita fairy cups of (old. ! All was so freely mine, I tired of a tift so sure- f Farewell for awhile, old house," And gayly I slammed the door. i Do the old rooms look the same? Dear rooms that I lorsd and mocked? I may pass the street with the rost, But the stately door Is locked. r-Margaret Oilman Davidson, lo N. V. Inde- pendent , NO CERTIFICATE. BY MRS. ST. L. BAYNB. HE clock striking nine sounded like a knell to the two old people sitting In their dull, hopeless misery, one table, like stra...

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. — 12 October 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A Hafner, Publisher. ier Tear, in Ad vance , . i , . . '. . $1 00 Jjtt than one jl'nr, 10 ctnt$ per month. IT IS NO PUZZLE. Tlie money question !s no puzzle It is the plainest and simplest ques tion that. has boon before the American ioople for years. It is true that the lieutenants of Wall street are trying o befuddle the people by false logic, manufactured statistics and high sounding phrases, but the farmers want plain, home talk something they all can understand. We have among us men who deal exclusively in monoy. They deal in money just as the stock raiser deals in stock, or the farmer deals in grain The stock raiser will do all in his power to make even the last scrawny calf or pig bring the top market price. So long as he is able he will hold his stock if the price does not suit but generally he is not able and must let it go at what is offered him The fanner will do the same with Vis grain, but, like the stock man. he . must let co. He i3 in debt,...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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