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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 12 May 1894

COTT COUNTY -:-.--v. t VOL. "VT1. 3BB2Srr03Sr, 3MISSOXJRIf I3f 1894. 3STO. ie. TIE NEWSBOY. i - ... THEY ARE DIVIDBD. The Omcen of Clrcatt Clerk and Kecorder Separstedv When County Court convened last L Mmwin mnminff it wu. ovi.if , something out oi ordinary line was to be considered. Groups of men, en- caged in earnest conversation could Be seen in every part of town. It was krown that a netition Mkinff the neparation of the circuit clerk's and , recorder's offices would be presented. but Only a few knew how strong the petition would be. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon B. f Anderson, of Commerce, appeared before the court, with petition in hand, and, in substance, said: "Gen tlemen of the court, I have been se lected by the signers and friends of this petition to present it. W e have here for your consideration one thous and, three hundred and twenty names of tax-payers and voters of our county, asking the separation of the offices of circuit clerk and record er. There are yet six pe...

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 May 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY, mil. A. HA FN KB, FablUaer. BENTON. MISSOUEL M. Rochbt, editor of a socialist pa per at Rheiras, France, was arrested, on the 4th, in consequence of his vio lent utterances in a speech on May day. Tun Illinois prohibition state con Yen tion assembled, on the Sd, in the Grand opera house in Bloomlngton, in which the prohibition party of the United States was born. Is an attack upon the men employed at the Painter coke works near Scott dale, Pa., on the 4th, by riotous strikers, led by women, two of those defending the works were severely injured and many of the rioters were shot down. Jetton Taft. of the United States court at Cincinnati, on the 1st, re fused to restrain Receiver Felton from reducing the wages of the employes of the Cincinnati Southern railroad 10 per cent, to go into effect forthwith. Imports of dry poods at the port of New York for the week ended the 4th were 11,589,677, and the amount mar keted (1,554.335. For the correspond ing week of 1...

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 May 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. I V HIX" BArEB, Publlsbtr.' BEHTON. . . MISSOURL THE LAND OF " PRETTY SOON." I know of a land wot re the streets are paved With Out llilm k,v . . T ' wslled with the money wo meant to hire Ana tn maunMM im bIiIhIi mi. kind words unspoken, the promise! broken, And many coveted boon Are stowed ewer there In that lend lome- The lend of "Pretty Soon." . There ere oncut Jewels of possible feme Lying snout In tbe dust, -And many noble end lofty elm Covered with mold end rust And oh, tbls place, while It seems so near, la farther 11, thin it Though onr purpose Is fair yet we never get To the land of "Pretty Soon." The road that leads to thatmyttle land ! IIMVII With ntilfi.1 And the ships that hare sailed for Its shining Bear skeletons on their decks. It Is farther at noon than It was at dawn, And farther at night than at noon: Oh let us beware of that land dowu there The land of "Pretty Soon." Ella W. Wilcox, in Youth's Compsnloi I ALICE'S MISTAKE. Her Hasty Word...

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 May 1894

5 if'; a ' . K' ' ' 5" ' bCOiT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Piiiu A Hai-skr, PuWlsW, TEAMS. Mt JVnf, in Aleact ;7 00 Be Una to 1'ear, prr Mmtk. . .lOt. a khochcrmkntA. rR CON6KICPS, .We ere authorised Mrtnnounee MArAh ALL ARNOLD as a eattfMMe tor Cetrfr from lb Fourteenth District, snhimt tm tM htaxv onuie BwanMUhg coavwauoe. . wsfb.itVrixe:to nee tM) follow- Inn- cAhdnistb for oftee In Scott Countv. sub Ing cnhdl on c ject ta IW Democratic primary election, to be VM Tuesday. August d, WMi for topteeentatlve, ALBERT DaREIGN. JSO. B. MARSHALL, For Sheriff, f. A. JOHNSON. BAM TEL TANNER. W. K. BAITS. For Collector. W. H. HE188EtlEtt SILAS W. WtttTR. fetor County Clerk. . CHA8. I. STONI. JAMtTS UcPHEETKRS. R. P. ELLI8. For FWStecuting Attorney, MILO G.GRKSRAM. Ft Aaseftstor. FRANK HRISLKR. A. W. FIZIR. ALLEN J. HARRISON. W. D. OOOARD. THIOFBlRfc BCHIRIR, Fox Recorder. THO. F. HINKLB, Hr Treasurer, . B. F. ALLEN. For rftbtrt Judge, CHA8. A. LEEDY, WHAT IS COMING., The possibilities of electricity fa...

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. — 19 May 1894

. 1 X f ' ' V .- '' . TflE- mr r VOL. VII. BE3STT03ST, CISSOXJ3R.I, "hKTZ I, 1894, 3STO. IT. SCO COUNTY NEWSBOY. i r THE STATE CONVENTION. A Great Meeting of the Flower of Missouri's Democracy. 8YNOPSISOFTHEPLATFORM IRack, Carrinsrton and Nominated. Finks The Democratic State Convention met at Kansas oily last Tuesday and appointed a committee on platform, which, after wrangling over the cur rency question far into the night, brought In a majority and a minority report, the first by the chairman, Mr. Bland, the other by R. Graham Groat, of St. Ijotj'is. The majority report declared for romonctization of silver and its restoration to its position previous to 1S73. The mitt ority report reiterates the Chicago platform, simply. Judge Francis si. lilaclt was nom inated by acclamation for Supreme Judge, and Prof. Win. T. Carring- ton on first ballot for Superintendent of Schools, and Joseph Ii. Finks, Railroad Commissioner. TIIK PLATFORM. The platform reaffirms the party's adherent to 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. — 19 May 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY, mil. A. HArXKR, Pobll.Jj. UKJITON. ... MISSOURL I Thk state supremo court has decided (that prohibition is in force in South Carolina. I Okit. AxTma Avelino Cacehes has jbeen again elected president of Peru. jOen. Caceres was president from 1SS0 ltol890. m CoMrTnou.KB Kcklgs issued a call, on the 8th, for a statement of the con ditlon of national banks at the close of business on the 8th. The democratic congressional con vention of the Sixteenth (111.) district, on the 10th, nominated Finis Downing for congress, to succeed John J. Mc Donald. Robert F. Kxefbs, the American charged with winning races by fraud ulent practices, was committed for trial in Iterlin on the 9th. No bail was allowed him. The continued melting of snow in the mountains and the heavy rains have again raised the waters of the Itatiscan river ih the province of Que bec to the danger point. Two PESerters from Christopher Co lumbus Jones' detachment of tlic Com monweal army who were admitte...

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 May 1894

THE SCOTT COUllTY NEWSBOY. PHIL, A. BAFNER, PablUher. BENTON. MISSOUBL THE DOMESTIC POSTMAN. frtae thing that gives a married man the trouble f his life And makes him weak and wear; and afraid to meet hie wife, la raahlr undertaking to deliver, without fall, Her endless correspondence dally given him to i mall. In spite of all his effort to remomber her Oom manns, Like tying knots In handkerchlot, and strings upon his hands, In spite of solemn promises to do it right awar. He never takes the letters from his pockets all the day. At night he brings them home again; uncon scious of his crime. He takes her kiss he don't deserve, and at the upper time. When suddenly remembering the letters In his coat, A choky, strange sensation takes possession of his throat Ills jaunty manner changes and his spirits have a chill: 'What nils you, Ducky Doddlcs," says his wlrey; "are you 111? ' ' t), no! " he gasps, and then to keep the dreaded question back. He adds: "O, soy! I saw to-day the loveliest...

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 May 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Thil. A. Hapskr, Publisher. TEKM3. Per Yrar, in A1rnnr.. . .'. $1 00 LutihitH a JVffr, ir Month ., ,10c. ANNOUNCEMENTS. lm CON O HESS, Wo (ir Rtithorlned toannounce MAHItAt.L AKNOl.D as n CHiidiilnte for Onhirlws rroin the Fourteenth Metrlet. etltijett to the Demo cratic nominating eotivetition. We r ntithorlxpd to announce the follow ing raiiillilatc for office In 8i-ott County, sub lift to the Democratic urlinitry election, to bo held Tuesday. Aua-utit 21, 1"W: I'or RcprixicMatirc, ALM5HT DKRF.IOX. J NO. B. MABgHALL. I'or Bherilt, S. A.JOIlNitON. SAMt'F.t, TANNER. W. K. HATTS. For Collector, W. II. HK18SKHEK. 8ILAS W. WHITE. For County Clerk. ' CHAS. 9. "TONB. JAMES MCl'HEKTEtlS. E. P. F.I.I.I3. For FroMVUtiiiff Attorney, M1U) U.UttEfHAM. For Assessor, FKANK HF.ISl.F.lt. A. W, FI7.BR. AU.fcN J. HAIUUSO.N. W. P. (iODAttIK THIOPHIEL cVHEKEK. Fo.t Kecoiiler. Tliop. F. TUNKI.E. JOHN M. LEFTWICH. For Treasurer, n. F. At.LEN. For Probate Jintj.T, CIIAS. A. T.EEDV, ...

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 May 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. "VOL. VII. NOW, FOll A WAREllOUSH Since it has become abundantly Evident that Mr. Pott has no present intention of rebuilding tho mill at Benton, it behooves the people to lake other means whereby to retain our local market for wheat.. The hew railroad makes this an easy matter. A warehouse at our depot will give our farmers a better market as to Vvrices than they had from the mill. They will be paid in cash, and will have no difficulty in finding the best grades of flour and feed in the hands of our merchants. The people of this vicinity have made more than liberal conceptions to Mr. Pott, in the hope and with the understanding that he would, as he repeatedly promised, rebuild this (Spring. But they are tired of being made the cats paw to rake his chest nuts out of the fire. If he has any intention of rebuilding he should atJ once give the people substantial and tangible evidence to that effect in stead of the vaguenesses of "its" and"buts." We can have 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. — 26 May 1894

THE SCOTT COUMTY NEWSBOY. mi. A. BAFNEK, Publisher. BENTON. ... MISSOURI Louis Cr.ons Boxapartk, a grand nephew of the first Napoleon, died In London on the 14th. Thk London Telegraph mentions Ambassador Itayard as a worthy suc cessor of Everett and Lowell and the long list of celebrities the United States has sent to England as minis ters. Thk armor-plate investigation com tnitea completed its work in Pitts burgh, Pa., on the 18th. Not a word of information concerning the investi gation could be obtained from any source. Mr. Wn-sox, chairman of the ways and means committee, resumed his seat in the house on the 15th. Hn was greeted with applause. He was look ing well and had apparently regained his health. Forty-six cars of coal consigned by the Wheerle Coal Co., of Sandusky, O., to various points on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad were seized, on the 13th, by the railroad company for use on the road. .' The senate committee on territories, on the 16th, ordered favorably report ed...

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 May 1894

Jfl MEMORIAL 'HE blue-eyed : month, the dryad of tbe year. May, palpable, half-visible, la berel She lives, encom- passed by her leafy screen. To peep with lauyblng eyes. herself unseen, fche linger In the lnnea or ferny wood "Or where the meadows bloom In solitude, Or listens on the river's sedsr brink ,To the glad song of her own bobolink. Her swift foot pauses where the gras;e.i ware Above some half-forgotten soldier's grave, fcho stoops above war desolated spots J'o seal forgiveness with forget-me-nots, vAnd writes with mosses on tbo crumUlng stone Heroic names recalled by her alone. t May. ao prodigal In memories! Slast thou forgot the battlca on tbo seas? Hast thou forgot the seamen that went down Without a fear to blanch the choelc of brown? Jfo violet or primrose ever rests Jts fluted leaves upon these warrior-breasts. Mo friendly hand has decked their ocean grave Nor sorrow'a trlbuto reached them through the wave. Perchance the drifting seaweed drops a spray In the unfolded...

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 May 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pint. A.i Hafnf.r, Puhlisker TEUMSt ir Tear, fit Advance . . .w . . ..fl 00 tit thnu n Ytnt; ir Month. 10c. tOR CONGRESS. Wf are authorised tonnnnntM MAftSRALL ARNOLD as candidate for Conrres from he Fourteenth IXftrlct. subject to tbe Demo fcratto nomluatlas; convention. We ars authorised to announce th frtfcV inir candidates for onto In Scott Coutat.v. sub ject to the riomocrntlc primary election, to be field Tuesday. Axttlt 21. UNi Vor Representative, ALRBHT buRETON. JXO. B. MARSHALL, for Sheriff, JrrtHNSON. ' JAW.L TANNER. W. R. UATT3. t'or ColiWtWr, W. H. HR1SSKRER. SILAS W. WHITE. tor County Clerk. CHA9. 8. STONK. JAMES MrPHEKTERS. K. P. ELMS. For Prosecutlnir Attorner. MILO Q.GRESHASlt Vor Assessor, FRANK HEISLtflL A.W. FIZSK AttfeS J. HARRISON. W. D. GODAKD. THIOPHIEL SCHERER. FtoJ Recorder. TH08. F. THSKMS. JOHN M. LEFtWICH. For Treasurer, ft. F. ALLEN. For Probare JnUire. CH A3. A. LEEDY, For Circuit Clerk. FRED. COFFMAN. vr Presiding- JmlRC Counts C....

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 June 1894

He COTT COUNTY "VOXj. '. vxl- BE3Srl,03ST, MISSOURI, JUNE 2, 1S4. 3STO. I. NEWSBOY. SOUTH RAST NOTES. from blodgett. Frank Eastwood, who shot and ser iously wounded a man in Pemiscot county, was captured in a barn w lit re he was in hiding. He is out on $1000 bail bond. A delegation from Pemiscot coun ty started to join Coxcy,got stranded at Memphis and came home, sadder, if not wiser men.. The Baptist church at Cape Girar deau reports 105 additions during the past winter. Martin Sasse, who burglarized the De Soto postofflce, got five years in the pen. Inadequate punishment in view of the fact that he is a profes ional criminal. De Soto is overrun by hoodlums. The hoodlum clement in a town is a terrible nuisance. Uloomneld has at last Docome a railroad town, the Missouri South eastern having completed itsconnect ing link. James E. Wilson, familiarly known as "Jim Ike" Wilson, of Jefferson county, was killed on the 15Hh ult., by being thrown from his road-cart, his foot being caught ...

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 June 1894

Hi if l-l .t :K 4 - !: r T u3v ,'4i- THE SCOTT COUKTY HESEOIJ raiU A. HArKKB, Pabllsaer. HKNTON. MISSOURI. Tn new United States cruiser Colum bia, on her trial trip, on the 23d, made a speed of 4 knots, with natural draught. Admibai. Gervais will be delegated by the French government to attend the marriage of the czarowita to Prin cess Alix of Hesse. Tns Salvation army is to erect an right-story headquarters in Xew York, The building Is to be erected In the feudal style modernized. Quekx Victom.v rvlebrated her seventy-fifth birthday anniversary on the 24th. She was born May 24. 1819. and Bucceedei to the throne June 20, 1837. As investigation by the house naval committee of the armor-plate frauds began, on the 23d, by a subcommittee of five members three democrats and two republicans. ' The president, accompanied by Secre taries Carlisle and Gresham and Capt. Kobley Evans, of the lighthouse board, Brrived in Washington, on the 24th, on the lighthouse tender Violet. From inside sour...

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. — 2 June 1894

THS SCOTTPjjqKTY.MWSBOY. y mil. A. BAIKIR, Pablklmr. HOW I WON? Hi.it J. ' Story of a klshtp That Brought About a Haftp? plarrlafte. .-, s fOOFVHIUlrt, I8M.1 k " , ' 1 It happened to this vlw 1 was stay Ing In the neighborhood of Market Corby, and my hostess asked'me to ac company her to an amateur concert in in the Town halt "John," the said, "declares he Won't glvo tip a day's hunting for he suite of an entertain raent of this nature, and it is dull work going ait alone. -..Will you play the part of Good Samaritan, and come with me?' i.t'i.. 6he was a charming woman, and, be ing her guest, I could not well refuse. The concert was In aid of ono of the church's numerous needs an extension association, : a missionary society 1 'really forget precisely what I only re 'member that U was an appeal for funds of the usual kind. A leading lady in the county had taken an active part in 'getting the concert together, and, thanks chiefly to her exertions, the re served seats were well filled ...

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 June 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. . -TERMS Vr Jcttr, in Aiore ... 1)0 4ct$ fat a Yrt . per .l(rtrh: ,10c. . We arv authorised to ilhirtmW ho follow ing candidates for ntHc In SMt bounty, sub het to the DemrtcrVW 'prTJtVt election, to be held Tuesday. AukvM H, WH: Kor Representative, AI.BBftt IXRfilGN. JNO. t. MAKSIt ALL. Vor Sheriff, A. JOHNSON. OAMrRL TANNKR. W. K. BATT9. Vor Collector, W. H. HElSSEtlEK. SILAS W. WHITR. Vor County Clerk. I'HAS. 8. rttDNtt. JAMKS MlrMIKETKK. R. P. EI.1.1S. V rroprttatlnf Attorney. MIL O.OHESHAM. l?or Assessor FKANK HK1SLER. A.W.FIiRK AU.KN J. HAKKTSON, W. D. OODAKD. TIIIOPHIEL 8CHEKtt, Vo4 Recorded, TH09. T. H1NK1.F.. JOHN M. Ltt-tWICH. VT 'PN-nPortfr, H. P. ALLEN. t"or ProWfc Juiliff, CHAS. A. LEEDY, Vor Circuit Clork. FRED. COFFMAN. "or Presiding .lude Cou it.t Court, WM. F. FRIEND. fro Assotith'te Judtra County Court 1st DIs. JAMES F. EVINS. A LITTLE OFF, AS I'SCAL.' "Next we will meution the collec tor's office. Our present collector has occupied the lmmrta...

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 June 1894

COTT COUNTY VOL. "VII. MISSOURI, JUISrE , 1894, KTO. 20. THE NEWSBOY. KELLY'S NAVY, It Passe Commerce and a Con tingent Lands There. NOT A BAND OP HLFKlANS. The "General" Interviewed by a Newsboy Reporter. Tuesday forenoon the people of Commerce were all agog over the ap proach of Kelly's division of Coxey's army, Tho contingent had landed at Cape Girardeau the evening pre vious, and the Commerce people con cluded that it would be their turn next. A meeting of the citizens was held and temporary organization ef fected, o that they would be able to protect themselves in case the Coxeyitcs should undertake to take the town. At 11:30 o'clock a telegram was received stating that the navy was leaving the Cap.?. Sheriff Tan ner was telegraphed for and at 1 o'clock arrived, backed up by the ed itor of the Nkwsbov, both '"armed to the teeth." Soon it was reported that the fleet was in sight and the crowd rushed to the bluffs to see it. Sure enough the ' river just below Thebes was filled : ...

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 June 1894

W SCOTT CQUfflMSEOT. TUIU A. HArNKR, mblUh.r, MISSOURI SMAXJU-rox haa broken out In the sol &iera' borne at Milwaukee. Tint prince of Wales made a special i-conest that the officers of the United States cruiser Chicago be presented to him on the occasion of the state levee on the 4th. The town of Vitririanello. Basillcata. Italy, was shaken by an earthquake on the 20th. A number of houses were a destroyed, but at latest accounts no body was reported killed. It was reported, on the 1st, that over half of the town of Boulder, Col., had been inundated or washed away by an unprecedented rise in Boulder creek. No loss of life was reported. M. Mtxkfp, vice-president of the Bulgarian sobranje, was attacked and outrageously maltreated by a mob of students and others on the 31st. The troops rescued him with difficulty. An enormous gathering of Bulgarian Students and others invaded Sofia park, on the 31st, and destroyed the bust of cx-Prcmier Stambuloff, which occupied a prominent place i...

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 June 1894

-1 3 THE SCOTT COUNTY KWSEQY VaiU Am ttAMMB, FublUimr, BENTON. MISSOURI. A CROP OF KISSES. . frro hef tide 1 fa SSlngln' III tho nkof aln' eobl ah' When the dew shine ta the furrow, sh' the bllli climb Into day: . An' I kiss her t the parUn'-4he's the twee test . thltaii lo lire Like I in' to kiss my sweetheart, 'fore my sweetheart wm my wlfei iV a kind o' 'fcood-by" klssln' though It's ktsatn' mighty eoon! An' I ear: '111 make It last me 'till the a hid den point to noon. An' the keen larka sing: "He kissel her!" an' the winds sing: "So did we!" when some wild roso comes a'cllmbln' an' les' steals her kiss from me! Then the plow stands In the furrow, an my dreamfn' eyes I shield Ar I look where last I left her, as t sins aoross the Bold: "Here's the winds a-laughln' at ma: here's the larks a-slntfa' this: He's kissed her, kissed her, kissed her but the rose has stole the kiss! ' " Then, with all the birds e-slngln' an' a-twlttln' me so sweet, I lose sight o' all the grasses roun' 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. — 9 June 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pita. A. IIamucii, Publisher. TEKMS. Per Ytnr, in AieHc 9 J 00 tmilhma Yrar, jnr Month ,10c. W ar mitlKrlefl to nhnrtiine the follow In canelldHtp Tor ofhee id HeolM'minty. sul tnct to the In-mocrtitle prlmnry eloution, to be ickl Tuesday, August XI, im: For Representative, AtHEItT DRBKtON. JNO. E. MARSHALL. For PhCrtlTj H. A. JOHNSON. . SAMt'Etj TAXN'KK. W. H. BATTSi for Collector-, W. H. ltftiPSFttEU. Pit. AS W. WHIT R. For County Clerk. 'H A8. 8. PTONR. JA.MK3 MelMlEKTEUS. E. P. ELLIS, For Prosecuting- Attornry, MILO a.OKBHAM, For Assessor. KKAKK HEtSt.EK. A.W. FIZSU ALl.F.S J. HAH1IT80X, W. D. GODAKO. THIOPillEL 8CHEUF.K. Fnl Recorder. TH03. F. HIXKT.E. JOHN M. LEFTW1CH. For Treasurer, I. F. ALLEN. For Probate Judiie, CHAS. A. LEEDT, For Circuit Clerk. FUEB. COFFMAtf. For Presidlnif J ixltre Coil nt C. -iirt, WM. F. FlllES'D. W. H. Rl'GQ. For Associut? Juitire County Court 1st Hist, JAMES V. EV1XS. why so sly Anorr irt Last Saturday the people in Ben ton ha...

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