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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 19 October 1895

'' ' v. ' VOL, -VIII. LYNCHING AT JACKBON. V Mob Makes Short Work of Negro ltapist Henderson. Jackson, Mo., Oct. 12. Will Hen derson, the young negro arrested yes terday for attempting to criminally Assault Minnie 'Rust, a 14 year-old white girl, was taken from the Sher iff last evening aid lynched. While the girl was returning from school with her 11 -year-old sister Henderson seized her in the woods. The younger sister fled and her screams attracted Frank Long, a neighbor. Henderson ran on his ap proach, leaving the girl seriously in jured and with her clothing torn. The negro was captured and claimed he had been drinking, and did not know what he had done. He waived preliminary hearing, and as a crowd began to assemble ut the jail to mob it, Sheriff J. Randall and a deputy attempted to escape with the prisoner through a rear entrance. "They were detected and overtaken by a mob. One man shot the negro in the head, and while he was dying Hendenson was strung up to a tree. The lynch...

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. — 19 October 1895

THS SCOTT COHTT HEWSBOY. rHIb A. BATHKB, PaWMaer. V.K21TOH. MISSOURI i Mrs. Hakbist Rvax, aged 65 and de mented, set fire to her night clothes at Wilton, M. y., on tho lltn, ran tato a field and was burned to a crisp. , A dispatch from Trebl sonde say erloua conflicts took place there on the 8th, between Turks and Armenians In which many of the latter were killed. 1 Mas. Sarah V. Emkrt. the well known lecturer and writer on woman suffrage, died at her home In Lansing, Mich., on the loth, of cancer, after ser tral months' painful Illness. ' Tbirb was a sale of American ap ple in London, on the 9th, at which B.H88 barrels were disposed of. Bald wins brought 19s; greenings, lis to 13s, and Canadians from 15s to 10s. Ret. W. 11. Evass, supply at Christ's church in Warwick, N. ., has fallen heir to an estate worth between 40, 000 and $50,000 per annum, and to the Irish title of Lord Corbury. A dispatch from Berlin, on the 9th, said: Prof. Leyden has received a dis patch to the effect tha...

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. — 19 October 1895

at THE SCOTT COOHTY NEWSBOY. PHIIf A. HAfMER, PnblUtMfk HENTOK." MISSOURI THE "DEVIL BEAR." "There' another vhr crone. Bald Jack Monroe, coming early one morning In September Into the room where his father was Jnst fretting out or. bed. . . ,. "JehoMphatt That'i toobadP' ex claimed the farmer. Why 1 thought yon and the other) boy were (rolhg to' watch the pen all nlffhi."; $ "Well, so we did, and we had Turk with as, too; bat none of us ever saw anything or heard a sound. I cruess we must all hare gone to sleep toward morning, for when 'daylight came we saw that the little Berkshire yon set such store by had been carried off and the door of the pen was wide open." "Why in thunder, then, didn't you loose the hound on the track and fol low it right up?" "That's the first thing we did," re- Joined Jack. "Old ' Turk took the scent first-rate and stack to it till it ended at the river; then we had to turn back." "But, Lord a mercy, boy! what be came of the pig? That shoat weighed fall a ...

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. — 19 October 1895

county nkwsboy. TX A. Bavskk, Publisher. i far, Adtatu . . 00 ; Um m jrar, 10 emd per mKA , IN A HOLE. -'r ;,Th Greenville Sk amuses us. It .-' teat that he crawled in a bole and Xlw, without any warning, the hole ' ; tVJ la on him. About six weeks ago ; him some free silver nuggets to crack, and he attempted a reply. XT than analysed his argument and pointed out the ridiculousness of his Jxmltloo. Three weeks ago he aban- dosed his attempt to answer the -: questions and tried to crawl out from under the debris by "playing teach er." He put to us five questions which we answered as briefly and pointedly as possible. In fact, they were so brief and pointed that Bra Bennett did not attempt, in any in stance, to snow tne fallacy of our position. But he tries to ridicule , thusly: "In answer to our question, he says that tho currency of the United States consists of silver and paper, redeemable in gold, which we must borrow from England. Now isn't that a good answer? But Bro. Haf ber 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. — 26 October 1895

'8 i i; I 'i vol. -viii. THE GKAND JURY. Judge Riley Delivered His In structions in Plain Language. Shortly after 10 o'clock Monday morning Judge Riley drove into Ben ton and soon after took his seat on the bench. The grand jury was called and sworn and the judge, after apol ogizing for a severe cold, instructed them, in substance as follows: "It is the duty of grand juries to investigate matters in an impartial way. They should investigate mat ters concerning those in high stand ing as well as others. In fact, those holding high positions should be held to stricter accountability. Some times juries are influenced to indict a man through malice, while in other cases they are influenced not to in dict persons who really should be. It is of the highest importance that grand juries act impartially. The legislature has laid down a certain line of instructions which it is my duty to give. I shall now try to perform this part of my duty. You arc required to look into the af fairs of your ...

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. — 26 October 1895

THE SCOTT COUNTY KKWSBOY. mt, Ju HATXER, Pabttsher. , lKXTON. MISSOUtU. : ' Ah imperial ordinance lias been is toed by. the mikado prohibiting Jap anese subjects from visiting Corea without special permission. Oif the 15th Ex-Senator John J. In pails announced himself a candidate for the United States senatorship from Kansas to succeed Senator William A. Feffer. "Chastity and Health" was the ubject of a paper read before the Pur ity con press in Baltimore, Md.. on the 16th, by Mrs. J. II. KeUog, M. D., of Battle Creek, Mich. ' Tint constitution of the Cuban rev olutionary government, which, was adopted at a meeting of the insurgent leaders in Fuerto Principe, on Septem- ber 23, has been promulgated. Mator Stroso of New York will go to Atlanta, Ga., to visit the exposition .November S3, or Manhattan duy, which is evacuation day in New York. The old board will go with hiui as a guard of honor. ; Secretart Carlisle has accepted the invitation to attend tho annual dinner of the New York...

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. — 26 October 1895

-. . 1 1 1 - -V.-. 4 1 , .v.- ; ' ."'"" DAY LILIES. "' fha tlm of the aplendor of lilies I When cluster awmt-paa by the wall, when flame the Tleep-haarled nasturtiums, When hollyhocke matter at call, ... Then straight In their Ttrfll wbllenaaa. And aweet In their luatsr and a-raoe, uplifting their cannra of beauty, Consider the lllloi, a race That toll not, nor apln not, that ear not for aught that la passing- and brief, . That bloom In the hour appointed, ' The hour that btndeth the sheaf. Pair lilies that come with the harreat. And rlyal the brare pro-wing corn i In the strength of yonr delicate beauty. That waft through tbe ere and the mora A perfume ao faint and ao Bitting, May we not learn a lessoa from yon, . ' , To be queenly and tranquil and tender, Aa our little Ufa weareth through? Toledo Blade. the demon Wheel. , I BY LIKE SHARP, I am not aure that I ought to writ about the demon bicycle, at leant until tnj ncqualnta nee, M. Rataplan, has had time to tret back to Paris an...

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. — 26 October 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Prnti A. Hat sir, Published tt Year, in Advance .nn'.ui.H 00 Ltu th one year, 10 eentf per month A WORD TO YOU. Since there are a great many peo ple in Benton at this time, we wish to call your especial attention to the appearance and news features of the Newsbot. Compare it with the so-called newspaper published In the county and if you are satisfied that the Nkwsbot is the best, then come in and subscribe for it. The Newsboy never takes a step back- Ward. It always leads. It "hews to the line let the chips fall where they may." It is not muzzled. It is the people's friend. It is not the or gan of "machine politicians and spoilsmen, but will always be found battline against everything that smack of corruption. The Nswbboy is the only newspa per venture that ever succeeded in Scott county. From a handful of printer's material we have gradually grown until we now have the best equipped printing house in Southeast Missouri. Our success we owe to the Rood judgemen...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 2 November 1895

VOL. "VIII. MONT WADE KILLED. Dave Matney Fired the Fatal Shot ami Then ROBBED THE CASH BOX. The Murderer Made His Escape And Is in CoverTlio Country in Now Being Scoured for Him -His Capture a Certainty. Deputy Uuited States Revenue! 3ollector Mont P. Wade was shot and killed by Dave Matney, a tem porary bartender at Bonnefon's nkcm, Tuesday about midnight. After firing the fatal shot he delib erately robbed the cash drawer and skipped. The Harbison damage suit was be fore the court and caused consider able comment. It was near the mid night hour when Mont Wade, Judge t O'Bryau, Charley Hawkins, Clark; Russell, W. H. and Mike Heisserer, John Hutson and other whose names "w failed to get, visited the saloon for the purpose of taking a "night vap." All were pleasantly chatting 4ind having a pleasant time, when Will Heisserer asked the barkeeper tDave Matney) to set out the drinks. Alutney was sitting behind the stove and did not heed the call. Presently Heisserer repeated the call, a...

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

ascoxiniMHSfsra. rait a. havhbb; riMbktn mssoutu died la Washington city, oa the r t4th, after several day' Buffering from : tho ffocU of a strike ot paralysis. . .V. Thk Ohio Masonlo homo at 8prlnjf c'v;'j field, bnlH at a cost of SI 50,000, was t' dedicated, on the 88d, in the presence t 40,000 people, (fathered from every ; ; . part ot the state. ' On the 25tli the . post office depart ment issued an order against the Brown Chemical Co., of Chieago, deny Ing them the privilege of the mails for violation of the postal rules and regu lations. SiosoBtSoOBi,the celebrated author and member ot the Italian chamber of deputies, died, on the 23d, at Torre del Ureco, near Naples, where he was sojourning in the hope of benefiting bis health. BsroRTS from Erzeronm, on the 35th, Staled that serious disturbances, ac ' eompanied by extensive bloodshed.had occurred at Erzingen, Asia Minor, where, it was stated,sixty Armenians had been killed. ' Rosk asd May Weston, sisters, of . the Fields &...

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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. — 2 November 1895

THE SCOTT COUm HSWSBOY. PHIL. A. BArnaBt PaMUknr. KNTON.. v. . , MISSOURI. THE TIPg OF THE PAST. fiotnetltnes the troubled tide of 111 the past , 'Upon my spirit's trembling- strand ii rolled; ' '"' never mine ages an hundred fold. 1 With all the weight those aces have amassed mumal1 ,rlof mna 1",on' on me cast. Within one sorcerous moment t grow old. . Ana Dianeh aa one who aoaroe his way ean hold, Upon a Teres that takes some floo l-tldoast Then mm. it .h.... 1" " - - .vw. wvur vumiaou thing: The rotoes of iho ohlldren at their play; The wind-wave through bright meadows, moving fast; The blue-bird's skyward call, on happy woe some sweet present re issumo het' wav: ' So lapse ths surges of the monat- -Edith M, Thorn-... in cenPtu, LOVE AND DISPARITY. "I1V MRS. M. t. RAYNE. .HEN Robert Kes- ter'e wife died at the age of sixty five, leaving' n tol erably good-look Ing vldower some twenty years her junior, everybody anld that as he bad I T ITrry'fftfJ ' made her eh exccl- ISrVf'V . le...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 2 November 1895

-5. ':- m : . 3 . -: I : . r SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOYx . Pnrt. A, Hahc," Publisher." Per 1W, i A&an . . ..$100 than vix year, 10 cent prr month. A VERY BLACK EYE. With glaring headlines the mouth' of the push, last week, tried to i deceive aebody. We were sur-l prised to find that not a line of com- ment on Judge Riley s ruling in the case of the County vs. Lef twich, ap- pealed. Evidently they were not as jubilant as they pretended to be. To to man up a tree, it would seem that -Judge Riley's views are in direct iiarmony with those entertained by; the NEW4B0T. He ceftaiwy gave tho -old county ourt a very black ye when, in delivering his opinion, be said: "The statue makes it the duty of le court to examine such report of fees, and, after allowing the clerk Jlit talani and the amount paid out for deputy hire, to order the surplus to bo paid into the county treasury, j In this case not a sin- been followed. No order was made or attemuted to be made to com Del the clerk to pay over fe...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 9 November 1895

VOL. VIII. M. P. WAI)K8 FUNERAL. It Was the Largest Within the Memory of the Oldest Citizen. The funeral of Mont. P. Wade was announced to take place at 10 o'clock Friday morning, Nov. 1, but on that morning it was decided to hold the remains until 2 o'clock p. m. A special train camo out from Com merce in the forenoon to accommo date the many who wished to attend from that town. By noon Denton as crowded with people as it has hevor been before. Judge Riley ad journed court and the public school closed for the day. At 2 o'clock the Masons, followed by the A. O. U. W., marched to the Wade residence aud took charge of thoremainsof theirdceeased brother. From there the procession moved to the M. E. church, where Revs. Haw nnd North conducted the services. Rev. Haw delivered an impressive ond able lecture in which he referred to the deceased as' his friend and schoolmate. Among other things the reverend gentleman said: '"Eleven J'ears ago we were schoolmates to gether. We became attache...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 9 November 1895

he La bed. - ; s - ESS ECGTT COUNTY KKWSUIT. ran. Mm nintii, Febiisa.ee. KXT01t. UISSOUH Mob. Satolu, papal ablegate to the United State, hu been created a r dlnal by the pope. At 6:10 o'clock, on the morning of the Slat, severe shocks of earthquake were experienced at St Louta f K!f AtOB ShebmaK says that pub lished extracts from his forthcoming book misrepresent hia statements In respect to the national conventions of 1890 aad 18SS. l Tn detail of officers for the cruiser Boston has been completed, and she will bo put in commission at Mare Is land (Cat) nary yard, Capt. Frank Wilds commanding. 1 The national debt statement, issued on the 1st, showed a net increase In the public debt, less cash in the treas ury, daring October of 35,321,473. To tal cash in the treasury, 815,137,610. t A heavy snow-storm set in at Ne gaunee, Mioh., oa the moraing of the 28th, and continued until fully ten inches of snow had fallen. Sleighs were la nse for the first time this sea son. 1 The porte has...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 9 November 1895

MY WEALTH. Sold! gold! havs I, iroodlr tiar, You luh and, doubting, ask in wbera TJnbrald my little daughter's hair. . . Two emi hare t, of greatest prlzs, ' . Twin sapphires of a wondrous slco Just look within her shining ejoa. Two ahella have I, of pink, pink postU ' Pale aa tbe bad tnat would unfurl The pretty ear of my wee girl. Two banda of Ivory, dazzling white, All I possess environ quite Her dlmplod arms clasped round me tight -Kathleen Kavanagh, In Good Housekeeping, IN THE OTHER BERTH. "This will bo your berth, sir, No. 31," said the berth steward, ushering1 ma into a cozy little cabin. "Your friend can have 33;' the lower berths will not be oc cupied." "So much the bctter,"sold my "friend," whom I had met for the first time at Liverpool street station that evening:, lie seemed a crentleniunly fellow, and had an endless stock of good stories at his command, so that I was not sorry to hear that we were to be companions for the rest of the journey, and flung iny baggnge down...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 9 November 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Havhxr, Publisher, Per Year, in Ailtwiee ..1 00 Ijtt than one year, 10 cent per month. THE EARTHQUAKE. The seismic wave of last Thursday week was the most severe ever re trded in the Mississippi valley since that of November 15, 1811, which de stroyed New Madrid and caused an unknown number of fatalities. The most accurate account of this fright, f ul convulsion of nature was written at that time by Firman LaRoche bad Father Joseph, a priest, who ac companied LaRoche to New Orleans, whither he was bound with a fleet of flatboats loaded with furs and who tied up that night eight miles above New Madrid. The account left by LaRoche is still in the possession of his deccndants at St Louis, and was printed in the Put-Dipatch of Sun day. It is very interesting, but as LaRoche remarks in his description: ''When a man expects nothing but instant death it is hard for him to think of or notice anything but his danger," yet, for that, he gave a Very good account ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 16 November 1895

t1 ? . I , rn mm IH 11 VOL, "VIII jBEISTTOZST, IsCISSOXJKI, 3STO"VEAEZ3IIr 13, 13S. AGAIM 2 .l;i- COUNTY - - lor a long time we have been quiet, on account of the extremely hard times, but now everything in the way of business is beginning to take on new life, and we have determined to make better times for all who avail themselves of the extremely low prices that we are making this Fall. 1 A great many poople have been mislead by the prices made by country merchants, on account of the great reduction in all kinds of merchandise, and thereby persuading them to buy their goods at home. But you have no idea how cheap we will sell you goods. Therefore, we take this method of letting you know, and we assure you that it will be to your interest, as well as ours, for you to read carefully the prices we quote in every department. So read every item and you will he convinced that we are your friends. And if honest, straight-forward dealing will gain you for a cus tomer, we are sure of your ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 16 November 1895

TEE ECGiTCOlIKn HSWSEOY. axTON. MISSOURI Jt. W. Cadhax, ancle of Mrs. Cleve land, who shot himself to Chicago sev eral days ego, died at the county hos pital in that etty on the 8th. ' Th secretary of the interior has approved the school indemnity selec tion by the state of Oregon of 86.S69 acres of land in the Oregon City land district. i A CAHsrtx estimate places the total damage by marsh and forest fires in the fire counties of Lake, Porter, La porte, St Joseph and Pulaski, Indiana, at $150,000. i Fabmf.r IIbsbt Davixpobt's RO0 acres of land were sold at Knoxvllle, Tenn., on the 8th, becanso he mort gaged it to get money with which to buy bogus gold bricks. It now appears that the ram Katah din may not be rejected by the navy department, as her failure was duo to her model, with which the Bath Iron Co. had no'thlng to da The 80,000 white roses and 47,000 pink roses used in decorating the church for the Marlborougb-Vander-bllt wedding were, distributed among the hospitals of New Y...

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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. — 16 November 1895

THE SCOTT COUHTY HEWSBOT. Villi. A. HATNER, PnblUkan BRNTON. MISSOURI TO THE MOUNTAINS. Bin me a tool of gladness O strong snJ glorious hills! My harp, attuned U) sadness. Would soun. tttjr laughing rills would echo 07 the voices That t In rooky glen, Till harmony rejoices , The weary heart of mon. Sing me a sons of sweetness In eadonoe soft and low, Prom nature's grand eomplotoncsa Let gentle mualo flow; Her soul dwells In the mountains Beneath the bending blue. And chants beMl the fountnlns, And all her songs are true Sing me Song of duty. Of courage In repose, of hP'po and strength and beauty - ; Amid encircling snows; 'Unchanged by wild winds blowing, Untouched by fevered pUn, Undecked by bright flowers growing, UndimmcU by loss or gain. Sing me of love eternal 0 hallowed mountain sodt Thy bosom sweet and vernal Hath felt tho touch of God; And when thy forosts kindle In autumn's glowing fUme, Where red and russet mingle 1 road Jehovah's name. For this, O mountains hoary I Ring o...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 16 November 1895

V. C5 SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY, Pmi.. A. IIafnhr, Publisher. hr Year, in Adeance fl 00 LtM than one near, 10 cent per month. WHY DISCRIMINATE. Tree coinage means that the sil ver mine owners will make 4S cents snore out of everv dollars' worth of Silver bullion than they nrs petting fat the present time. St xklard Coun ty Democrat. Is that so? Then the Democrat admits that under free coinage sil ver would advance and seek its level with gold. But the Democrat did not intend to leave this impression. Bro. Thrower wanted to make it appear that only the silver mine owners would be benefitted by the restor ation of silver. Would it not be equally as. just to allow the silver mine owers to "make 48 cents more out of every dollars' worth of silver bullion,'' as it is to allow the gold mine owners to double the value of every dollars' worth of bullion, as is the case undi.r our present monome tallic system? Whv discriminate? Why shackle one of the metals and allow thcother freedom? If a law sh...

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