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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 4 January 1896

VOL. VIII. ANOTHER MURDER. ltolla Evins Shot While Stand ing lu the Door of Ills House. While standing in his own door, pleading with his wife to "Come in, Helen, he might shoot you,"Rolla Evins was shot by Frank Grant, near Morley, on the evening of December 23. The bullet entered the stomach mid Evins lingered until Sunday night, when he passed away. Grant was arrested by Sheriff Batts soon after the shooting and taken before Squire Halley, who set the preliminary examination for Jan uary 2 and fixed the bond at $1,000. The prisoner was guarded for several days and given an opportunity to fill bond, but was finally lodged in Ben ton jail. He now occupies a cell with Dave Matney, the murderer of Depu ty U. S. Revenue Collector "Wade. It seems that some words had passed between Evins and Grant on a former occasion, and that they were not on the most friendly terms. Ru mors always vary in such cases, therefore the Newsboy has taken the usual precaution to obtain the facts, and is pre...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 4 January 1896

T 7fc m t kV: V -r y - EsrroN. . . Missoufu Tn Dominion government has de cided to at onoo establish a school of military instruction In Montreal. t Four hundred and fifty thonM,nd tunnies a day is the record now being made by the mint presses of Philadel phia. . It was officially announced in Con stantinople, on tkHh that the mil tjin had appointed Christians as assistant (fovernors In Slvas, Bltlts and Erse- roum. - 1 Okoros Vandkbbixt's 85.000.000 cas- .lie at Blltmore, N. C, was formally op- enett on tno 25th. All the tenants on the estate, black and white, were treated to a Christmas tree and dinner. I The cruiser Swan-Pin?, one of the warships captured from China hv thft Japanese during the recent war, has been wrecked on the Peseadore islands. Nearly all her deck officers and 00 men are missing. 1 Failures for the week ended on the 27th, as reported bv R. O. Dun & Co., were, for the United States, 322. asfahist 350 for the corresponding week last year; for Canada the fail...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 4 January 1896

DICK'S DOUBLOONS. ICK FLETCUEIt wns as likely a young ninti of bis years as lived on the const of Mnltie. All who knew him said he wns smart ns lightning, and bound to be mns tcr of a ship before long, although not yet 21, for he wns quite ns good at a trade ns In sea- mnnnkln Tkl n ....... I . 1 a 1 Uiaiiauijii iiun tvus I 111 ruritl II I in uaj 5 when sea captains had to mnnnge the sale op purchase of a cargo no lens than iUo navigation of a ship. Dick wns mate ,bt the brig Guiding Star, bound to the Spanish main. He had laid in n private stock of knlck knacks and notions, in tending to make a good profit bartering with the natives. He hoped to clear enough, perhaps, to enable him, with what he had already laid by, to pur chase a share in a vessel and become her captain. Then Susan Dartlett was to become his wife. Thft llnv when tfin Inrara hinut an.. farewell came nt last. How long they fvould be separated or when he would re turn was far more uncertain then than it would be In 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. — 4 January 1896

SCOTT county newsboy. Phil. A. Hafsir, Publisher. . Per Tear, Advance ,$1 00 Jjftt than one year, 10 cent per inouth. THAT WAR WHOOP 1 The big war bubble that sprung into existance a few weeks ago be tween England and the United States has come to A head and bursted. Of course the blow and bluster still goes on, and the big papers are full of tt, but when sifted down there is toothing in it. In the mean time the people and the newspapers are not giving much attention to the dis cussion of the financial question, and it Is hoped that this war bluster may be kept up until some excuse may be founded for congress to adjourn. Cleveland, through Secretary 01 taey, notified England that they must not monkey with the buzz-saw, Whereupon John Bull snubbed the Administration and told Grover he'd "spit on him and drown him. " This snub brought Grover to his senses, 60 he concluded to have a commission appointed to go down to Venezuela and see who is wrong. In the mean time John Bull is standin...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 11 January 1896

'V- ' f--;- V i..' fV. 3 il . I nr iv - v r- . . . - - V"OILj.v-V"II1. A "SWELL" AFFAIR. The Leap-Year Hop Gigantic Success. KVEKYBOIY WAS IIA11Y. The Newsboy Oil'.oe Converted Into a Dance Hftll. Written for the Newsboy by a lady Spectator. Society, in this and adjoining towns had been 'on the qui vire for several days, all because of invita tions issued by the "No-Name Pleas ure Club" to a Leap Year ball to be given in the Newsboy Hall on Jan. 3. The anxiously awaited date was ushered in cold and clear as a crystal. The very elenents which had been at war with each other for several days seemed to consort with the young ladies in their undertaking, for a lovlier night could not have been selected. It was arranged by order of the committee that the belles and beaux meet at L. B. Russet's drugstore and thence en mass to the Nkwsbov Hall whore, through the courtesy of Mr. Haftier, the young folks were thus enabled to score such a success. On arriving at the brilliantly lighted of fic...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 11 January 1896

' " . -aaaaaaaalaB3MsMMMai van. a. nmu, rvbibim BNT08. . . . ; 1USSOUR1 Foar hndrd and fifty thousand (tonnleaa da Is the record now being da by the mint presses of Philadel phia ;. v fix It hinted that the British 8rtlh Afeica Co. may be deprived ot Its aharter on account ol Dr. Jamieson's unauthorised Invasion of the Trans- raaL,.,.;';":;v' I Th Dominion government has al : ady decided upon a lino of action re garding the strengthening of Canadian defense and the better arming of the militl force. . ! TTbx eoinage executed at the mints tf the United States during December, 1895, was as follows: Gold, 53,007,145; silver, S75.503; minor coins, 8107,3S. Total, $8,280,573. Jons B. Blair, born in 1800, and who Was at one time a famous and wealthy painter, died at the Chicago Ilome for Incurables on the Sd. His portrait of President Taylor hangs in the White House gallery. I Is the house, on the 3d, Mr. Iiontn (dem., La.) offered a resolution loolc ln,r to the impeachment of Comptroller...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 11 January 1896

SHK SCOTT COUNTY HKWSBOT. , PHIL. A. HAriTBn, rnbllihMh HKNTON. . v UISSOUBL THIS SORRY WORLD. Jjota o folk fc-wearln' moumln': Xolks puts It on their hat: O&rnn hev secret sorrer bla ftWfcjr too neop fcr that: Bom remind us o thth troubles Mth ft lot o' gloomy clothes. .White there's some 'at mourns unheeded bjr a gray nobody knowir. There la funcrells occunin' all erbout ua every day, Where the heart o' man cr woman lays a tender ho uway. ,Thero Is faces that Is smllln'j Micro Is lips 'at, laugh an' Jest Ttb wish as dear a Heaven burrlcd Jest Inside the breast. Love on' ttoubt an Joy an' sorrer counts as i sort ' tangled up. Can't Bursa cf ycr next door neighbor's Is a Sweet cr bitter cup. Why a man la Rind er gloomy soy. It's prot ty hard to tell, Tou may think he's got a picnic when he'a ; at a funcrcll. Bo of yon shouM meet a feller 'Ith the sun- shit? on his lips. Don't untold yer cloud o' trouble like a terrlblo eclipse. Though ho mny bo bright ani. cheerful he hes grief ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 11 January 1896

,'V I If V'-s ' K : - : t SCOTT COUNTY; NEWSBOY, Pint, A, IlArxER, Publisher. fArt oh yrr, 10 cfiit prfmmith.' 11 J-.JJ. '.IL f WHO CAN STOP IT? Tncre is np greater danger to civ- itifatioo tliau tho threatened absorp tion by a teW individuals of all ' the ' batural,-resources of . the earth, so " Vhat thoy can literally extort tribute from the rest of mankind. ' If halt a dozen persons could get possession of alf the brettd'stulfc of a country it .'. would justify a revolution. Fortun ntely 'rom tho nature of this pro duct, this is Impossible, although long fctrldos iu that' direction' have from Vimtj; to time been taken. But it is Otherwise with sonio other products wk-h, if less indispensible, are still among the modern necessaries of life. All the petroleum of this coun try 5s owned by a single trust. If inen could not live without it there is no telling how high the price would be" raised. It Is time, too, that the poople began to look iuto the great question of transportation....

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 18 January 1896

I : I ..F VOL.. "VIII. A SLICK PKI3ACIIEU. lie Gave Our Sheriff the Slip at Oram Rev. R. G. Parks, the preaeher-carpenter-farmer, is again in trouble. This time lie is charged with dispos ing of mortgaged property. Something over a year ngo Rev. Parks sold a pair of mules to David Spradlin upon which Capt. Campbell held a mortgage. At the April term last, the matter was brought before the grand jury and a bill found against the preacher. For some time Parks has been skipping about over the country and last Saturday Sheriff Batts met him on the train and arrested him. Parks seemed unconcerned about the mat ter and at Oran the sherill and his prisoner left the train. Parks requested the. sheriff not to guard him in Oran, that he had many friends there and did'not want them to know that ho was under arrest. He also said the indictment was a mistake: that he would see Marsh Arnold; that he would give bond, that it all amounted to nothing, and he wanted to fix matters up as quiet ly as p...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 18 January 1896

'V i niSin'fiiiMHEWSEOl rait. A. HArNEB, PaMUha. MISSOURI fcVror hnndred and fifty thousand pennies a day la the record now being made by the mint presses of Philadel phia. Thk government of Portngal has de cided to remain neutral in the dispute between Germany and England. Vene zuelan dispatches however reiterate the assertion. ! thf ill A fit Twwl CnM-. the German government that Great Britain will maintain her rights in the Transvaal under the convention of ' It la said that President Kruger of the Transvaal republic has made a claim of 500,000 indemnity from the British South Africa Co. for the dam age inflicted by I)r. Jamieson's raid into ine lransvaal. Miss Claba. Harton made the impor tant announcement at a mectimr held in New York that such satisfactory guarantees had been received that, by about the 25th, she would be prepared to sau ior Armenia. Failcbes for the week ended on the ltth, as reported by R. G. Dun & Co. vrere, for the United States, 431, as compared with ...

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. — 18 January 1896

1 3 mm '.:f -' I W16 AND HE. A Vriaty mM of Ince and such JDUrarr. thins you dare not touch . Jk. crown of wnvr. fllmjr hair, On strand of whk-h you'd llk to now Vpon jrcur coaOl two dancing eyes, ; 'Whoso glanc four lovo-lorn look denes; . A dom that has a saucy air, ' And mouirt-"why, klsa mo If you dare!" , That'a aho, I ; And this U I ' ' MB. i A conscious clump of tailor clothes A longlsh head; a Roman nosn; '. Chameleon, eyes of blue and green . And gray eyes seldom seen; A mouth that Ulks a steady utrcara ... In reverie or Idle dream, But scarco can utter or express One single thought If but hrvlrv Touch but his foot as she fw by. Blushing, I pause you WMider whyt 1 Why, ha Is I and I m he. And you, my darllttg you are she! Demorest'-, Magazine, r CULTUBE. (trei Old Bam, a village wiseacre. The Squire, n rrom uxrora. Bcene a cottage. HE Squire (enter ing- the cot tope) (J o o d in nrntng. Snni. 1 thoug h t I Miould find you in. flnm Lord bless my soul, If It b n I n ' t M nst...

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. — 18 January 1896

. t i r i A, SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pmu A. IlArstn, Publisher. for Tear, in At?ta)ice fl 00 th'in 6m year, 10 centt per month. HOW WE STAND. The complete mortgage statistics bf the United States have just been published and shows that in 1800 our Indebtedness, secured by mortgage on rjal estate alone, amounts to over six billion dollars. Think of it ! Do you know what this means? It means an indebtuess, on a or capita basis, of over one hundred dollars for every man, woman and child in the nation. This was the state of affairs in 1S!H). It is murh worse now. When we consider that we have a per capita circulation of only about four dollars of real money, and a per capita indebtedness secured by mort gage on real estate, of ono hundred dollars, what must the conclusion be? Does it seem possible that such an inaeoteuiiess can be paid witn so small amount of money in sight ? Then, when we further consider that two per cent of our population own tmd control over half the money of the nati...

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. — 25 January 1896

VOL. "VIII SOUTHEAST NOTES. Down In Pemiscot some thoughtless persons arc playing ghost around the bouse of a defenseless widow. She should get a shot gun. There is a young minister springing into prominence in Southeast Mis souri who has a future, and this is none other than Marvin T. Haw, of Cape Girardeau. He is pleasant, eloquent and convincing. In speaking of his sermon last Sunday evening on "The Divinity of Christ" the Koutltcast Gazette says "the building was crowded to excess and many could not gain admission." Pemiscot Pres.-: In the sinking of the steamer Congo at Caruthers ville, last Sunday morning, so far as known, only four lives were lost, the barber and throe roustabouts went down with the illfatcd steamer. We have a photograph of the Congo af ter the accident, showing that she is sitting up p.-rfeetly straight with the water barely covering the hurricane deck. Dunklin Democrat: Poplar Bluff, Dexter and Cape Girardeau are al ready fighting over the location of a fed...

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. — 25 January 1896

TH SCGFIT COUlixT HSff SEPT. mb Mm AFHKK, ribtkkw tNTO. . MISSOURI Tun Moaltowski Vledemoate (Moscow Gasette) tiroes GermAny to curb Great Britain's agffreMlYe policy In Africa. i Tub Pall Mall Gasette is authority tor the statement that Cecil J. Rhodes, ex-premier of Cape Colony, sailed from Cape Town for England on the 14th. Tun Mexican government is to be gin the creation of a naval force, and to that end will purchase two special Bbips appropriate lor naval instruc tion. 1 A dispatch from Washington say the government of Great Itritain has presented an ultimatum to China de manding the opening of the West river. Thk twenty-fifth anniversary of the proclamation of the German empire was observed as an absolute holiday in Berlin and other German cities on the 18th. i Thk Brazilian government has con eluded a contract for the Immigration of 100,000 foreigners, Italians being excinded from the provisions ol the contract. M. Emile Lovbet, formerly prime minister of France, minister 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. — 25 January 1896

THE SCOTT COIJHTY H8WSBD1 TUIU A. BArHBB, Pabltshe. ENTlN . . KTSSOURi I HOW SHALL I LOVE YOU? Mow shall I lovo yoxxt 1 dream alt dnjr, Dnr, of a temle'-ax, aweeter way; Bonga that I am to you, words thai t "ftjf, Prayer t that aro volcelem on lips that wauhl pray; Thesa may not toll of the love of my life; How ahall I love you, my sweetheart, my J wift Mow slia.ll love you? Love Is the bread Of life to a woman the white and the red Of all the world's roses, tho light that Is shed . On all tho world's pathways, till life shall be dead! Tha stars In the storm and tho strength In tho strife: Mow shall 1 love you, my sweetheart, my wife? Is there a burden your lu arr must boart I shall kneel lowly and lift It, dear! Is there a thorn In ihu crown that you wear? Let It hide In my heart till a rose blossom th'Tf! Tor Brief or for elory for death or for ltf. So shall 1 lovo you, my sweetheart, my wife. Will C. Fcrrll, In Jonness Miller Month- y- A MOUNTAINEER'S STORY. OMU years ago, wliilc...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 25 January 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Hafxf.r, Published. -Vr J'mr, in AdtnnreK 00 ij-nt M'ia mm ,ume, 10 cent per imhnA. GETTING RATftEB STALE. " Our Sandywoods correspondent tells of a conversation a mono a num- kt?r pf his neighbors in which they In dorsed the stand taken by the Nkws 'boy in exposing corruption, but would hot subscribe because the exposures only included Protestants or, rather, Methodists, and that the Catholics were spared. Our enemies have been working this "partiality" racket for oil it is worth, and it is with some pleasure that we expose the flimsi ness of this nonsense. In the first place a newspaper has ho right to interfere or assail the character or actions of individuals so fongastbey remain within individual bonds. For instance, a Methodist, a Prohibitionist, a Catholic, or anyone tlse, may come to Benton and get on tt full sized "jagM and no newspaper would have the moral right to men tion it unless the said party, in some way, interfered with the peace or q...

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. — 1 February 1896

VOLj. "VIII. PULLED GUN! Tho Editor Surprises n Couple itt' Ills Assailant. Last Friday, as the Nkwsboy edi tor was returning from Ins noon meat, lie was approached or, rather, held up, by Ben. F. Allen, an ex-collector of this county, on the south side of the court square. We will not at tempt to reproduce Mr. Allen's lan guage, nor his antics, but it reminded ms very much of a recent illustration in the Post-Dispatch, entitled, "Judge Murphy at his best." Glaucing to our right we noticed James P. Allen, a brother to the man at our front, A little further away was our "nstoot" prosecuting attor ney. Everything had the appear ance of a "put up job. " In the au dience were Duputy Sheriff Gupton and quite a uumbor of citizens. At the first pause in Mr. Allen's fusilade of abuse we informed him that if he did not quiet down we would arrest him and called upon the deputy sheriff to make the arrest. The officer failed to comply and Mr. AUcu again proceeded to touch off his fire-works. Ag...

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. — 1 February 1896

7 V YY;' .i1 -8f - Y v V" I - .. "V V'-V v - 4Y "''''", if. ' . fig SCSI? CGiM BITOT. ran. a. havukb, raMMe. ' MISSOURI Accomxo to the Bnrrey of an Agent ' tf the British government, all that poi- Mon of Forty-Mile creek In Alaska where gold has been dlsoorerod h. longa to the United States. t Finn Exotxs No. S, w'th two men, )ged Into the river through the drawbridge at the loot o Seneca atreet, Cleveland, O., oa the morning of the 25th. The horses were drowned, but the men were rescued. I Failvrks for the United States for the week ended on the 24th, as re ported by R. Q. Dun A Co., were 873, gainst 303 for the corresponding week last year. For Canada the failures were 61, against 59 last year. ' Miss Aoxks Belli? Sickle, daughter f the mayor of Helena, Mont., has been selected to christen the new gun boat Helena, which will be launched at the works of the Newport News (Va.) Ship Building and Dry Dock Co. on the 80th. t Tmt American Agriculturalist, which reported the value of far...

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. — 1 February 1896

kTOP AND BOTTOM. i There ore people imbued with o cer tain love of advent jre, and there arc bther people abnormally curious. I be long to the latter class, and my curiosi ty often gta the better of me. My friend Wilson, who la a member bf the secret service on the police force, the night before had been relating to me some rather Interesting reminis cences of his experience with a certain element of society known to us as confidence men," and he was inconsid erate enough to nrouse my curiosity. "Curio," he said (that is my nick name among the boys), "your desire to Investigate all phases of humanity may lead you into trouble one of these days, ttti ! ftrsti. I n -a n ml..! 4m t 11.- . ment and will follow my instructions 1 think I can provide you with enough amusement to-morrow to last you for aeverai weeks." I couldn't stnud the pressure and Jumped at the chance. "You have all the natural require ments," said Wilson. "You look very preen and unsophisticated, and you will at once b...

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. — 1 February 1896

i 4 . t & m , n X.. I- f : Scott county newsboy. Puil. A. ILu'SKr!, Publisher. Vr JV?r, ,trrr , , , . . . , . . f 2 Ot) V" fi )( .yir, 10 rvnf jwr mouth. Wont hold water. Having u tUtte leisure lost Sun day the editor spent tlic time in read Ing the speeches delivered by 8ocre tary Carlisle, during the campaign in Kentucy last year. We were sur prised to find that not even so able a hian as John O. Carlisle could say a Word in defense of the single gold fttandard that would "hold water." In his speech at Covington ho deliv ered himself as follows which he evidently considered to be a "knock down" argument, in case silver should bo rcmonetixed : "The. banking and other great financial institutions, which own ond hold in their reserves much the greater part of this gold, Would at once sell it at a large prem ium for silver about two dollars. for one dollar or they would exchange it for silver bullion in the market at the ratio of about 32 pounds of silver lor each 1 pound of gold,...

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