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

vv TT TY VOL. TVTX1. BENTON, MISSOURI, 2STO"TEl!uIBEPL S3, 1895. NO. 43 SCO GOON NEWSBOY. I FROM. BLODUIiTT. Blodgett was well represented at llenton Thursday. Frank H. Kedd.ek was in Com merce last Wednesday assessing her citUons. Col. W. B. Congletou is now the town's classic authority on grinding butcher knives. Miss Lillie Roddick is visiting her toother. Wm. Retkliok, ia Jackson, Mo., this week. John T. Marrs is seriouly ill this week, his complaint being catarrh of the stomach and pulmonary troubles. Recorder If inkle, Tod Githens and the omnipresent John T. Sackmanu were in our city Monday examining our salubrious climate, earthquake sign and other phenomena. A statement was recently made by an eminent authority of this vi cinity that in his day the apostle St. Paul was a great man. (Ad mitted without argument.) The funeral sermon of the late Mrs. Nancy Hair was preached at the Baptist church at this place last Sun day by Rev. Lewis Dickerson, as sisted by Revs. Brooks and Ra...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 23 November 1895

k t I- 5HE ECOTT COUNTY HKWSBQT. Ynib Ju HAVNKR, rb)UkWk BENTON. mssouiu. I Tbb Italian aqnadron, ordered to eo operate with the British squadron in Turkish waters, left Naples, on the 14th, (or the east. 1 Trk Dararosch opera company made Its first bow In its American tour at Cincinnati, on the night of the 13th, Introducing several artists hitherto unheard to this country. I A Dispatch from Vienna says that a telegram received there from St. Pe tersburg announces that the czarina - was safely accouched of a daughter at 10 o'olock on the evening of the lHh. It ia proposed to merge the home stead of the poet Whittier at Ames bury, Mass., into a memorial building, open to the public, and the plan is be ing received in literary circles with general approval. I Th cruiser Boston, which has been overhauled and repaired at the Mare Island navy yard, will go into commis sion on the 18th. She will be as signed to the Asiatic station for duty In Chinese waters. I A dispatch to the Cologne G...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 23 November 1895

THE TJNTURNED TRUMP. BY BARNES MACOREOOOR. HE ferry-boat, "R a p pahtin nock," had an experience In the winter of 1873 that will never be for gotten by any of her passen gers. During one 01 her regular ssv trips between Kew York and Brooklyn this boat sud denly quitted her respectable, though omcwhat monotonous, career, and be came a common tramp, without port or ' destination. The day awoke in fog such as the old est Inhabitant had never seen. The r.'nut river was blocked with ice and noon became a shrieking bedlam of groping and bewildering craft, whose jilots could scarcely see their hands be fore their faces. At half-past nine the "Rappahan nock" left Brooklyn, well laden with pURsengers, and started on her cus tomary trip almost directly across the river a very short and unusually easy voyage. Before even reaching the mid tile of the stream, however, the ice and fog had thrown her completely out of her course. Buck and forfh, up and down stream, the pilot vainly groped, amid th...

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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. — 23 November 1895

.. I13 La mi -i . -Vv if: '"; - v i-W".v, 111 or 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 all. A great many poople have been mislead by the prices made by country merchants, on account of the great reduction in aU kinds of mercnanaise, ; or,ri otaV-- -nerciinriiTiD' t.ViAm t.n hnv thoir irooda at home. But vou have no idea how cheat) we will sell you goods. Therefore, we tane tms 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 be convinced that we are your friends. And if honest, straight-forward dealing will gain you for a cus tomer, we are sure of your custom. Our motto is to " Live and Let Live," and all w...

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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. — 30 November 1895

VOL. "VTIl. nnrnnnH iibi i uncHlUlifl nHLL Has on hand a Fresh and Complete Line of far 3D3EiLUCySt PATENT MEDICfNES, Druggists' Sundries and Toilet Articles. Also, Putty, Paints, Oils and Brushes. Fresh Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. $ L. B. Russell, 'KOM BLODGKTT. Miss Bertha Stanley, of Stanley's Mill, is visiting in town this week. Col. Marsh Adams and 13. F. Mar shall attended the adjourned term of circuit court at Benton Thursday of last week. We are informed that Mr. A. W. Wright will, about January 1, move his grocery and drugstore from Blod gett to Gibson Well, Tenuessee. The household goods, horses and ttws kidooging to Dr. D. F. On- were sold at public sale last Monday. Owing to the severe illness of her mother, Miss Addie Byrue has this lyoek been unable to assume her reg ular duties as teacher in the primary department of our public school. Dr. S. K. Smith, the great dentist, of Sikeston, was here several days lust week on professional ...

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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. — 30 November 1895

riiiia ja flirnui hmumk SEXTON. MIS30UKI Tbb president ban appointed John J Peak, of Kansas City, Mo., as mln fster to SwlUerland, Tic Broadbead, resigned. SKCRKTARt CA.BUSI.R was the prin cipal speaker at the New York cham ber of commerce banquet on the night of the 19th. His address was confined to financial topics, i 1 Thk coronation of Emperor Nicholas II. has been fixed to take place at Mas cow on May 4 next, the date of the Seventy-seventh birthday anniversary of Queen Victoria, ' Oh the 81st Gen. RU lion. Sir Ilenry t Ponsonby, many years keeper of the privy purse and private secretary to her majesty, Queen Victoria, died at Osborne cottage, Cowes, aged 70. ! Cossrc, R. J. Kiiik writes the de partment of state from Copenhagen that the Danish Millers' association baa petitioned the rigsdad for a pro tective duty on all flour imported Into Denmark. t A mono the American missionaries in peril at the eastern Turkey mission are Miss Eftlo M. Chambers, ot Ander Bon, la.; Rev. W. C....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 30 November 1895

. - - ... .j c:--':-f ':lx: '-"K i ':'':: "...'Cv ' ; . . -t. 71 V 1 ' :V iv 11 Ml tit in v rv ... 'M-ACK the ill ttl coats and gowns, -' And make the house-place neat; ! Put some cakes for traveling 1 Keneath the wagon seat; j Give an extra mess of oats I To good old Jim and Gray ! We're going home to father's house For 'i hanksglvlng day. - ' So oft we've lived the Journey o'er With the welcome at the end, Bwcnt mother's kisses on our cheek. And the hand-clasp of each friend; And many a time the little ones Have traveled In their play "All the way to grandpa's house For Thanksgiving day." The dear home fields have yielded up Their grasses and their grain ; The bins and barns are running o'er From orchard and from plain; And with the rich year's discipline. Its hours of work and play, Borne fairer things are harvested For Thanksgiving day. Our arms, so full of blessedness The years have helped us win, Have opened wide enough to let A little stranger In. For the first time two tittl...

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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. — 30 November 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A Hatmir, Publisher. ter ldr, vAdvanc. .'. ..91 00 JjrtM than one year, 10 cents per month. Ofjft 1THANKSGIV1NG. 'lbursaay ws toe aay sei apart Dy the PrrsWemt as a clay for the people of the United States to spend in say ag "thank you!" As the President's proclamation was exceedingly short and oontamed every evidence of in sincerity, we hardly knew which would be the proper thing to do rob to hen roost or steal a turkey. However, Thanksgiving day has wme and gone, and it is reasonable V suppose that the President enjoyed & turkey dinner. Around him were probably seated Secretary Carlisle tond the remainder of his Cabinet, tond, possibly a delegation of Wall Street bankers. We do not doubt that the President had u high old time. It might not be unreagonable o presume that many bottles of "Mum's Extra Dry" were consumed, tond that Rhine wines, Clarets and Cognacs played prominent part. But then wonder if "I, Grover Cleveland, President of the United St...

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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 December 1895

vol. "xriii. A BIG BLAZE ! iBenton has Another Great Misfortune. loss About $4,000. Cremona Hall, Butler's Flat and Helsserer's Itestnurant go Up in Flaim-H. About 4 o'clock Saturday morning 6ur citizens were again startled by the alarm of fire. In a little while all our people were up and doing, but all that willing hands could do did -not save Cremona Hall, Dr. Butler's flat and Clements Hoisserer's res taurant building. By 6 o'clock all was a burning mass of debris. Tlou ncfon's saloon building had a narrow escape and was severely scorched. The loss was considerable and, un fortunately, falls upon some who are least able to stand it. Miss Luta Gray had only recently opened up a Jmillinery shop in the eyr.t depart ment of the Butler building, which was a total loss. Wm. Ristig occu pied the next room with groceries aul provisions and had just received a new stock of groceries und Christ mas goods, lie did not even tave bnis books. Loss between ?7i) and ?SU). No insurance. Next cam...

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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. — 7 December 1895

THE SCCTT COUNTY FTffSEOl. TUllm A. AVRER. rmbUsI.. CENTOS. UTSSOUtU. I X Dispatch from Victoria, B. C, ays that none of the sealing fleet will go into Behrlng sea next season. They ota aot pay expenses this year. -1 Obdzrs hare bee a issued from the treasury department to thoroughly overhaul and repair the revenue cut tars of the Behrlng Sea patrol fleet LThk pope presided at a secret con Istorr at the Vatican on the 30th. Ills holiness was In Ills normal state of health. A number of cardinals, includ ing Satolii, were created. ' The building In which an ar exhi bition was being held at Douglass, Isle of Man, was burned, on the 25th, together. With the large exhibit of statuary and objects of art. I Th total receipts of the late Yale Frinceton football contest in New .York city amounted to $39,000. The expenses were 911,000, leaving 114,000 each for the contesting clubs. ' Thkrb Is talk among the populists of Indianapolis, Ind., of reorganising the party with the understanding that...

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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. — 7 December 1895

IV r THE SCOIt COUMTY NEWSBOY. 1PH1U A. HAFHEB, Pabllshar. asNTON. ... . MISSOURI "WHY NOT?" UT CUAttLKS M. SHELDON. E3," raid the min ister, os he drew boor the end of the sermon t "U o o d Citizen ship," "every Christian should take on active part in the affain of the municipali ty.' Itistimethot the so-culled 'good citiseti' asserted himself positively No man lirs n right to be excused from the dutk-M ot government. The best men should be nominated for office, and every office of the city should be filled with moral, honest men. The 'good citizen' should be ready to sacrifice something even if the duties of citizen ship are irksome and distasteful. Hov shaU. we ever have the affairs of our own lty administered with any degree A V.urity with the men who ore at pres ent in power continued there? I call on all the best men in the community to take such action at our coming elec tion as shall give us the best and most honorable and able citizens to fill all the positions which are no...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 December 1895

' . -.V ,.'" r c. if. SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A, Hafner, Publisher. trr Jrrtr, I JMrftiu . . ........ 1 00 i MtN ! irur, 10 e-ntn prr month. ttOAD APPROPRIATIONS. Id another column appears abetter troin Judge A'tbrecht concerning road appropriation. He states the con ditions very clearly and tells tho poo dle of the hilly section why it is that they get so little money appropriat ed for road purposes. It has always been the custom of county courts to ieet the' people alf way. By this ve 'mean that if the people subscribe 'one hundred or two hundred dollars, the court appropriates a similar (amount. But is it not a'little singular that the people of the lower end are so liberal, while the people of the north end are so slow to subscribe? We nave not toon ine time to looK up the figures, but we are safe in saying hat the court has appropriated more than one thousand dollars south of the hills where the country is level "and where the roads -are compar atively good the .year -aroun...

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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. — 14 December 1895

6V a, 9. VOL. "VIII. A COWARDLY ASSAULT. John PItzer Slips up Behind Den. Tenkhoff and Strikes Him with a Heavy Chair. Saturday evening about 10 o'clock, n Gibbs" taloon at Commerce, John Pitzcr, a young married man and Considered a rather notorious charact er, slipped up behind Ben. Tenkhoff, a Commerce merchant, and delt him a heavy blow over the head with a saloon chair, without a word of warn ing. In order to get the facts in the ease a Newsuoy reporter visited Commerce Wednesday in order to get the whole story. Calling upon Sir. Tenkhoff the reporter found him lying upon his face. With much effort and apparent agony he turned on his back and greeted the reporter. "How are you getting along Ben?" asked the reporter. "Oh, my head and side pain me tearfully. I never had a cross word with the man in my life." "How did it happen. Tell me all about it," insisted the reporter. "Well, I had a mortgage on Pit zor's mules. The note was due and I had to take the mules in order to save mys...

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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. — 14 December 1895

. . -i ' V;"..vt;V ' . ' t-- i. y. - -.'V 'Vf-:. . uV v..'.v. r ti f - Ire-; "L M - f 47 '; W-V , THS ECtTTT CGBFTT HSWSEOT. Tutu A, nxrxn, rMtwm BENTOS. MISSOURI wwniBi Acwnmii Sat.a. tha woll- known jostrnalist and author, died, on I wie sta, at Brighton, England, where he hA ben 1U for a long time. 1 Tbb Madrid Globe describe the paragraph. In President Cleveland's messaga referring to Cab as "an ut terance of serious importance." It is reported that seven war ships and nine torpedo boats, forming the armed reserre of the Russian Black Sea fleet, are anchored at Sebsstopol. ; Tins monthly report on forecast veri fications, prepared by the weather bu reau, show the percentage of forecasts verified in the month of November to M8S.1, I Ax imperial edict has been issued in China ordering the construction of a double-track railway between Tekin and Tien-Tsln, a distance of seventy two miles. 1 Trakcis 1 Hraerxso, the Boston Danker, has forwarded to his eloping wife at Genoa, Italy, a ...

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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. — 14 December 1895

HOOFS AND WHEELS. BY A. T. TAMCH. tDBMed and could Hot go at the top tpeed of tbe fastest among them. The quicker gallopers in the groups that formed the aides of the funnel1 eculd set their own pace and force that of their .companions. So the groups strung out; they soon became two con tinuous but narrow columns on our flanks, andjliese long columns were in cessautly wraened and solidified by the inniBhing of flanking cattle that made short cuts to reach the stampeding throng. "We've got to get through quickly or .:: .Two bicycles leaning Together on an arid, treeless, rolling plaint a tcvr tutts . of scattered' cacti: no human being, beait or bird In alirhti nerfect stillness and early afternoon under a sun that . Dinxea wnere never a cioua aau now a for weeks. Even Insects had perished from drought In that desolation so ' anyone might have imagined had any- one,been gazing about on that taiiior they'll be on top of us," cried Del, look ma scene irom v. mini wivum a uuiiurru i !.....

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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. — 14 December 1895

ir si J! . - r f a- 1 SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Path. A Hafnkr, Publisher. Per Year, in Adcrtnc f 00 fjett than year, 10 centt pet Month. WHERE WILL IT END. 'There is little doubt that many of tour "statesmen" wKb ara now out spoken monometallists were dragged Into the eel unawares. The plot togalnst silver originated among the hioney changers of England, and we tn readily believe that the fellows Vho were yelling for "international bimetallism" were misled by such organs as the St. Louis Repubtic, and now, since the curtain has been re moved, in order to maintain their standing and self-respect as "states men," they must continue to defend "international bimetallism," which can only be construed to mean the single gold standard. Little by little the "sheeps cloth ing" are removed and the "wolf" be comes more Visible. When the re peal of the Sherman act was de manded these hew apostles always resented, with sharp indignation, any suggestion that they favored the sin gle gold standard. T...

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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. — 21 December 1895

VOL. "VIII. HER BARBER G05E UROHG. HMt Burton, the Village Barber, Held for Burglary. Benton has had some sad experien 'ces with barbers duringtho past year. (Last spring Johu Welch mystcriohs ;ly disappeared, leaving his creditors 'and securities here aud in Bollinger 'county to settle 'the. differences. In a little while the vacancy was filled 'by Chas. Conner, a tUb young: barber who, in a few weeks, disappeared be tween two suns, taking with him a isuaro drum and a lot of razors, be longing to our citizens. Thos. Mas sey was next to ..appear upon the 'scene and, aftora short stay, left in .a manner not at all satisfactory to ;his creditors. O. C. Burton, better ;ltnown as "Grit," is Ma.ssey's sucees ksor and has been scraping the . faces of our eili.cns for-scvcral'irionths. It will bo remembered that, on 'several occasions, the Newshoy made 'mention of burglaries teiu cotr.hiit '.tcd at Heisserer's store, and that it could not be discovered where the burglar entered. TUe last r...

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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. — 21 December 1895

y: if.-' f Mi IS 1 ..S r-- , n h . , . i -, m scarf coum mm NEW S. AND NOTES. BENTON, HII A. KArSKB, rabltshaa. . MISSOURI ITtirn ITtrui . Tf 1 v.. -.1 A m " ....... v x AMiij lino Biium m Vlocree calling Into active service tot the campaign in Abyssinia the soldier of the class of 1872. "Watsr burst into a colliery at Cong, XJounty Mayo, Ireland, on the 11th, flooding the shaft to a depth of 150 feet and drowning six men. Kx-Sk3ATOS AU. O. TnVTlMAH, died at his reatdence in Columbus, O., on the 12thi at 1:30 p. m., of the general oeDUity ox old ago, ending in collapse. 1 OwitssBORa, Ky has been selected lor the location of the first factory for the manufacture of cornstalk cellu lose, the new material for filling the cofferdams of war ships. i 'Elder J. T. Shasxox, of Lebanon, Ind., was held up and robbed of a eon aiderable sum of money just as he step ped off a train in that city early on the morning of the 10th. The robbers es caped. ' Tint character of the information re ceived ...

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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. — 21 December 1895

ONO year ago e'r Bethlehem' fair plains. Were heard the wondrous and en chanting strains 'Which unto man foretold the gra ctous birth Of aRedeemw to the V sons of earth. Ths years hart many changes" brought since then, Kations have bad their rise and fall, and men Bare come and gone and left their Impress here In thoughts and deeds we cannot but re vere. But though the world has through them better grown, Still greater, better far the influence thrown Upon the world by Rim, who, Son of Man, Bis reign of peace at Bethlehem began. The little town, the ever-glorious day, The manger where the Infant Jesus lay, These have an Interest, to none denied, And meaning sweet as comes the Christ is as tide. As babe, He came, that Re might fully be All that was meant In our humanity; Each stage of life He mt,t with such a grace As spoke the great Redeemer of His race. A man of sorrows, yet with no complaint, lie bore earth's trials and Us rude con straint And gave from earliest life until the end...

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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. — 21 December 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Hafner, Publisher. ffW Year, in Advance.. tl 00 ifrtt than one year, 10 cent per month. i - .. -JUST THINK OF IT. Did anybody ever stop to think that -during the campaign of 1802 every Democrat had to suffer a whole tfot of "tantalization" because it was charged that the Democratic plat form demanded so-called "wild cat currency? Does anybody ever stop 4,0 think of the burlesque five-dollar tills which the Globe- Democrat issued '"redeemable in coon skins," etc., in case of Democratic success? Does anybody ever stop to think that three-fourths of the people of the TJ. S. favored the so-called "wild cat money," and that the Democrats won in a walk? If the ..people do totop to think, then what must they think of Cleveland the most uncom promising gold standard man of to day? Lint where is tirovcr.' You can salways hear of him as either "gone hunting or fishing. " tie hasn't had ime to stand on the platform upon 'which he was elected. In 188-1 Mr -Clevela...

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