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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 1 June 1895

; A '.v O.. if & ;...? c;.! r.! 3 a. VOL. "VIII. WALTEK Q. GUKSHAM DEAD. The Secretary of State Died at Washington Tuesday. Walter Q. Gresham, Secretary of State, died at Washington, D. C, Tuesday morning at 1:15 o'clock. lie had been ill lor four weeks, but was supposed to be getting much better, when acute pleurisy set in and, act ing on a body enfeebled with sickness, carried him off. Judge Gresham, the name by which his frieuds will like best to recall him, was a man in a million essen tially a man of and for the people. He rose high in the counsels of the Republican party and was under President Arthur successively Secre tary of the Treasury and Postmaster General. As he saw the trend of his party going more and more in favor of the money power and against the people; as he had little use for a high protective policy and was strongly incuneu lowaru uio uiianciai lean ings of the Democratic party, he ceased to act in concert with his friends, and in 18!2 the Populists asked ...

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 June 1895

THE SCOTT COUMTY HEWSBOY. Mil. At HAFKIR, PabUnhov. K2JTON ... MISSOURI. Tntt Merchants' national bank oi Seattle, Wash., failed on the 81st 1 The revenue cotter Perry nailed from Tort Townsend, Wash., on the 83d, for DehrtufT sea, t On the 22d Got. Hasting of Pennsyl vania approved the bill prohibiting the telling of pools and transmitting beta on racing tracks. ' It Is learned that the Belgian gov ernment has decided upon the indefi nite postponement of the project to an nex the Congo territory, hence the resignation of Count Westerloo. ' The congressional, senatorial and legislative apportionment bills were defeated in the Pennsylvania house, on the 31st, and the judicial appor tionment bill was defeated in the sen ate. It was stated in St Petersburg, on the 23d, that Russia will not consent to Japnu's military occupation of Corea, and that she will soon request Japan to recall her garrisons from that country. i Twestt-fivk titovsaxd people made the rush for the 437 claims in the...

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 June 1895

TRUE PATRIOTISM. Cstraet From a totter Written by l,n turn, ichnll.ld to U.n. John II. Gordon, President of tha United Confedwat taraa Asmlatlon and Hond at th. Bucvat Reunion at Honmon, T. Houston, Tex., May SO.-The follow In extract la from a letter from Went Gen. Scoofleld, read by Gen. John B. Gordon at the ex-confederate reunion: "When the commanders of the R-reat armies which had so fiercely contended wth each other for four long years agreed upon the terms of a military convention in 1805, the world was as tonished at the terms of that conven tion. Nothing like it had ever oc curred in tho histoiy of the world. Let us recall for a moment the substance of that convention, what obligations It imposed on cither side. On the other side, that tho brave confederate soldiers should cease for the future from nil acts of war, should go quietly to their homes, live there in peace and obey tho laws. On the other hand, that the Union commander should protect them from all molestation on ...

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 June 1895

,soorr COUNTY nfavsboy. Phil. A. H.vf.vr.R. Publisher. i'vr Year, in Ailcaiitr . th'Dl nne ietn', 2(1 cent. per month. A3 TO THE INCOME TAX. Justice Harlan, in his opiulou dis senting from that of the majority in Iho Supreme Court on tin Iucome n bill said: "If this new theory of the Constitution, as I boliove it to bo, if this new departure from tho way mai'ltcd out by our fathers, is justified by the fundamental law, the Ameri can people cannot too soon amend theii' Constitution. " Justice White said: "Tho injustice of the conclusion points to the error of adopting it. It takes the invested wealth and reads It into the Constitution as a favored hud protected class of property, whilst it leaves the occupation of-the minister, th? dot'tor, the professor, the lawyer, the inventor, the author, tho merchant and all the various tortus of human activity upon which Hie prosperity of a people must de pend subject to taxation without ap portionment. The absolute inequali ty and injustice of...

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. — 8 June 1895

I it 1. i I. .1; iff - ' I t VOL, "VIII. LATE NEWS NOTES. The venerable Archbishop Kenrick, of St. Louis, has been retired from office on account of his iofeebled phy sical and mcntat condition the re sult of old age and xrch bishop John Jacob Kain has been appointed his successor. Later: Advices from Rome con tradict the statement that Arch bishop Kenrick has been retired. This report was caused by a miscon struction of a telegram. The writ ten decree was mailed to the United States several days ago and does not depose Archbishop Kenrick from his present title or position, norOoes it appoint Archbishop Kain as his suc cessor. It simply delines the posi tion of Archbishop Kain as coadjutor, making more definite the powers con ferred upon him a year ago, and gives liim such strong power that he will be able to carry on the laborious work of managing the church proper ty and affairs as though he were Arch bishop in name or fact. It has just leaked out that Craw ford, a St. Louis money...

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. — 8 June 1895

THS SCOTT COUNTY HKSEOY, I'll I U A. HArifBR, raMtofcar. IOC TON . . . MISSOURI Tim supreme court of Ihe United States, on the STth, affirmed the. rrmslt tntionnlity of the snpplctncnlal Chi nese exclusion net ot 180. Cmr.r or Pot.ick Thomas Byrnes was retired, nt Ms own request, on the 27th, by 'the New York city police board) on a pension of (3,000. Th the. British house of Irwds, on the 58th, Lord Halifax's bill to. empower church official to refuse to marry per aons who have been divorced passed Its second reading. A dispatch from Hong Kong snys tho Japanese landed at Kelong. For mosa, on the 50th, and fighting began next day, the Japanese war ships bom barding Kelong. Tub t'nltcd States treasurer, on the Cist, mailed 1,113 cheeks, aggregating SlSrt.S:';. for the payment of Interest on United States bonds of the fuuded loan of lS'.U, continued at 3 per cent. FAH.risKs In the United States dur ing the weelc ended the Slst, Rs re ported by It. O. Van & Co., were SU, ngainst 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. — 8 June 1895

THE SCOTT CODNTY KKffSBOY. Villi. A. BArXKR, Publbihar. I1ENTON. . . MfSSOtJRL THE WOOLVG OF BETSEY. ItY El MOTT. 0V tlipy do it I cnn t linofrino," mi,j tjl0 man from over Slnno innhonlnir way. "How tlicy just lay back mid think it nil up nnd then uonml do it in (i (food many xl l)oyonl nip. Hears, I moan. Sinnctnnlion iti(f Warn. Tlierc nro Wars nnd brnrs, but when you come rifidit down to bears tliat are bears, thev crow only on the Mrinemahonc spread. They're always up to date. There, are i bnels numbers among the Sinnc Miahnninjr bears. Xay, nay! "Is there anybody here who knows Toby Groo Toby .!roo, of Lonesome Hollow? It doesn't matter. Only if any one wants to buy a nice, snuff little place the Toby llroo place is for sale. Knsy terms, too. It was put on the market Midden, because Toby Groo vent away sudden. All on account o' bears Sinnemnhnnlnp; bears. I met Toby when ho was tfoinjr uwav. " 'Toby.' said I, 'what's up?' "Mfs all np,'said he. 'All up with me!" , " 'Meaning IS...

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. — 8 June 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pirn.. A. Hafnrr, Publisher. Per Yenr, in A J vane. fl 00 Jjtn thin one. iritr, 10 centt per month. ALL MMETALLISTS. All the advocates of gold are no changing their front and are claim ing to be International bimetallists. A book has rerontly been published lished by the 'Sound Money League" tof Illinois which claims to advocate bimetallism, but between the lines the footprints of gold are very appar ent. The book is an attempted re ally to Coin, and is entitled ''Coin at School in Finance." The object of the work is to fight foretime and get ta continuance the same as a criminal would fivrhl for time in a court of jus tice. They want the present silver blast to blow over. The storm is too great, and they are seeking shelter. The object of tho International bi Vnetallists is to have a monetary con ference with all the nations repre sented by delegates. They know that they can manipulate the appoint ment of a majority of tho delegates. and then manipulate the de...

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. — 15 June 1895

VOL. -VIII. LATK NEWS NOTES. The Memphis free silver conven tion was an unqualified success, the Auditorium being the sceno of a lathering of 1,500 delegates who were eloquently addressed by men of national reputation master think ers every one of them. It is sheer nonsense to try as the goldbugs do to liken the silver to the greenback party. The latter had no single man of national prominence in its ranks look at the giants who are the cham pions of the white metal ! A Kentucky peach grower threatens to sue the United States Agricultur al Department for heavy damages. On the recommendation of the De partment he used a paint to keep the borer worm off the trees. The paint killed every tree and the loss is es timated at $10,000. The borer worms were kept off, however, and the Ken tucky man's experience is a sample of what the high salaried oilicials of the Agricultural Department kuow about the farm and orchard. The demonetization of silver dou bled every debt in the United States. T...

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. — 15 June 1895

THE SCOTT CODRIBVSBDL MIL. Am HArKBB, mblknar. MISSOURI. Barox Vox EiORTBorKX, prefect of the Berlin police, died at Bonn, on the Oth, from ft stroke of apoplexy. Tmt Sydney (N. 8. W.) assembly, on the 5th, adopted motions made by Prime Minister Reid in favor of a land tax and an income tax to be imposed on absentee landlords. Tns departure of the new American line steamer St, Louis for Liverpool on her maiden trip, was made the oc casion of a noisy demonstration among the craft in New York harbor on the th. Thb annual fete in celebration of the granting of the Armenian consti tution, which has been forbidden for aeveral years by the Turkish authori ties, was permitted this year, and oc curred on June 0. Tbk United States cruiser Machias aailed from Chee-Foo, on the Gth, for Port Arthur, to remain there for the protection of Americans in cane of trouble arising when the Japanese evacuate the place. RiAR-APMiRAL Walker, of the light house board, and Chief Clerk Johnson left Washingto...

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. — 15 June 1895

THE STATE UNIVERSITY. Dedicatory Address Delivered by President James D. Angell Or tha Cnlveralty of Mlc1ilriin-A rie,a for the ftopport of State Vnlvermtlct Where Children of the poor Have I'qnal Chancre With the Rich. President. Tames B. An (fell of the Uni versity of Michigan delivered the fol lowlngnddressat the dedication of the new buildingsof the Missouri univer sity. cThls Is jirotid dnv for the university of the Mate. Out of the ashr-srf the old university building Tinea the new btilUlirg In rndiant splendor. Kvery benrt la throbbing with de light. This beautiful and spacious edlilce stands as s type and a monument. A type of tho university Itsolf, which, having emerged from Its yeurs of trials, or disappointments, of hope deferred. Into Its now, happy era of glorious achievements nnd still more glorious promise; a monument to the generosity of the auto nnd to the dsTollon of tho noble men who have tolled for rears for tho present glad consummation. One oan not walk down 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. — 15 June 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Havseii, Publisher." Vr J"ifPi irt Ah'rwcrxi ! OO . tlrta out .(i 'IC. 10 ci utx prr nwxlli. AS WE SEE IT. Our gold standard friends try to HOW A FOOL LAW WORKS. Our last grand jury found rib in dictment against one Bon Wittell, of the Diehlstadt neighborhood, on a i charge of the luminous offence of I shooting craps. Tlio case was ono which could and should have boon summarily dealt with by a justice of THE ILLINOIS SILVER PARTY, Senator Palmer can now with per fect confidence report to Mr. .Cleve land just how the Democrats In Illi nois foid about free coinage. The convent ion which wet last week gave forth no uncertain sound and what looked to Mr. Palmer a cloud the size .make a verv complicated and com- the peace, but the man was missing . of a man's hand threatens to rapidly I 1 .1 - 1 i . . - .. .1- . I ... 1 -. 1 1 1L- 1.1! -1.-. i una i ue uruiiii mrv. in mo iecin ui uvuu un over me iroiuouirs skv. tl ex question of the financial mat-1 tl,e ver...

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. — 22 June 1895

VOL. "VIII. FROM MOHLEY. I read your article on free coinage hi your last issue and was truly glad to see you advocate the cause of the masses the producers. I read and to-read, and was pleased with it. I am glad to know that we have at least one paper in Scott county that will come out openly and stand squarely on the silver question, with out straddling or dodging. It is just as you say, "one from two leaves one, and only one, and hardly that when we compare the price of money now, under a single gold standard, with the price under a bimetallic standard, as we had it prior to '73. You make a very nice comparison of the two metals (gold and silver) with corn and wheat. Any child can see the effect. If we should, by some cause, destroy wheat entirely, corn would be worth just double what it would be with the wheat in existence. "We would have to depend upon corn entirely for our bread. This would cause an increased consumption; an increased consumption would cause an increased deman...

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. — 22 June 1895

c . i. y ran. a. aAma, rmmi BC5T0N. . ; icssoofat l9Vh, Mid the feeling anAvforcljrB- era is rapidly increaatnjr lav ceBiral China, and ku reached a critical point laYanan. .",! t',!'i . . ' - -.V ' Sbbatob Gobdoh issued a 'letter, the 10th, making tmbllcVhW loBB-en- tertained purpose of retiring from pb- lio life at the doae ol hia present tnt term In the senate. 1 Tna injunction In the South Carolina registration ease was dissolved in the United States circuit court of appeals. at Richmond, Vs., on the 11th, and the bill was dismissedr ' ' Ambamadob BATABD,'after attend' In the Kiel canal opentatf, will visit North Cape, Norway, and other points of interest in the land of he midnight un before returning to London next month. 1 AdmibAI. Kirklawd cabled the navy department that the rew ork, Co lumbia and 8sn Francisco left Copen- h siren, on the 14th, for Keil. where, under their orders, they would arrive on the 15th. LsFailubbs In the United States dnr lnr the week ended the 14th. ...

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. — 22 June 1895

4 Jiwcoomiisn MIX. A. BAFNKB, FabUahcr. iSNTON. .... MISSOURI COMPENSATION. re' quiver of pals la your ery, bono? 1 bird. lad a front-rlme tipped on joor wine; jore'a glimmer of loir la your eje, bonny bird.. And a Quavering not aa yon ilna. i . . ..),.,.. ad t ee you ihrlnk from tha atorm, booay f bird. . ' . , ;'Ne th th shelterlnx branch of the tree, While the fluttering droop of your wings, bonny f. bird, i ,t. , ; ,, , ' .i- la a pitiful (king to see. ;'.. ' . ;;,8a I grieve for you sore, la my heart, bonny ;'.? bird. ' Vnr IhA nM ttial alfffuna vntiv wins' l"or the froat-rime blowing your feathers apart ' , Ana choking your throat as you sing. , Oot 1 know for k truth, from my life, bonny .. bird. .. . -. :' If rou beat In the faoe of the blast: - you sing when the tempest Is rife, bonny ,,-x-y Dira, .;f . And sing when Ha terror Is past, " A.Vaw will rise with new strength In your wing, boany bird, ' r' That shall eonauer the winds as thai blow. ad clearer your notes as you s...

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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. — 22 June 1895

- , YT I-" "f y.t SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. HaeE, Publisher. V Tear, in AJLk, ..... W Ma oiw ywoy 26 cent per ttmtth. AS T01UTIO.;;rV The various answer to 'Coln" how it circulation maka a great fuss over the alleged fact, that France Was unable to make her legal tender correspond with the market ratio of gold and silver and hence stopped the coinage of silver. That, too, is one of Mr. Carlisle's reckless statements. Let us see how it looked to men well calculated to judge of such matters bfter taking evidence. In 1888 the British Gold and Silver Commission met. It was composed of twelve, men, six of whom were tnonometallists and six bimetallists. They heard all the arguments and reasons that were then and have since been made to explain the di vergence in the values of the metals. They agreed with absolute unanimity that the changes in supply did not account for such divergence. This is the language of their report: "When we examine the marked contrast which the period prior 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. — 29 June 1895

VOL. "VIII. JOHN COSKIU KILLED. French Jones in Cairo Jail, Held For tho M unlets John Goskie was shot ami kill pel by liia father-in-law, French Jones, near Santa Fee 111., last Monday morning- , From the fiiforinaUon received here it seems that for some time Uoskie's wife (daughter of French Jones) had been leading a wayward life and about two months Ago left her husband and went to Cairo. Latt veek she returned, but Goskie re fused to have anything to do with her. By some- means she got in pos session of one of Goskie 's horses on Sunday evening and rode it to her father s fanm Monday, morning Goskie went after his horse and was killed. The coroner was notified, a jury nummoued and an inquest held. It seems that the son of Mr. Jones was the only important witness before the jury ami it is said that he testi fied that he met Goskie at the gate nnd told him not to come in; that Goskie paid no attention to him, ripened the gate and started in; that young Jones drew a pistol; that Go...

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. — 29 June 1895

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. rati. a. BArma, r.bu-r. BENTON. MISSOURI Tn lows Stat Prohibition eonven tloimetaon the 19th, at Des Moines, ft bout 300 delegate being present. Trk nineteenth annual council of the National British Women's Temperance association began in the city of Lon don' on the 17th. Fob the first time since the opera tion was performed the physicians at tending Got. Atkinson of Georgia held out hope, on the 20th, of his recovery. All the miners in the Sunday Creek valley, in Ohio, went on strike, on the SOth, on account of the discharge of two men by the Phcenix Coal Co. for loading dirty coal. The formal opening of the Baltic and North Sea canal took place on the SOth. The ceremonies were grandly Imposing and were witnessed by great multitudes of people. On the return of the new ocean liner Pt. Louis to New Tork she will be laid off for a trip, at the request of the Messrs. Cramp, while certain changes are made 1 her funnels. Six of the alleged pay-roll "stuff jrs" I...

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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. — 29 June 1895

rtERE wen w a t I n hands and banners, as tho crowded car rolled by, There went shouts from merry children ringing to the summer akrs Then a titratn of muslo roso and swelled and penlcJ along tho street, As their gay, tumultuous clamor melted In a chorus sweof. "Osay, can you see, by the dawn's early light. What ho proudlr we hailed at tho twilight's last gleaming? Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through tho perilous fight, O'er the ramparts we watched mere so gallantly steaming:" Ah! the Starry Flag Is glorious, and the chil dren lovo it too: And the land Is safe and happy where the chil dren's hearts are true. How their youthful ardor thrilled me, as the revelation camo That the Uuard Is ever changing, but the Flag remains the same. We were born too late for glory, but wo still In memory keep Stirring echoes from tho battlefields where warrior fathers sleep We have held the ring as ours, but lo! the years are passing by, And a newer generation waves the Stars and Stripes on ...

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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. — 29 June 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSDOY. Phil. A. Hafner, Publisher. fit Yrrir, in Aitvmire .2 00 t,c than nnt jt, 10 cent prr month. THEY REGIN TO ADMIT IT. The gold standard advocates are beginning to admit the perilous con dition in which tho people of this jgroat nation find themselves. In his speeches Secretary Carlisle says that tho effect of free coinage would be to tause capitalists to close In on us and bankrupt the country thereby ad mitting that we are in the clutches of the money speculators. Secretary Carlisle knows what he Is talking about when he makes these statements, but he tries to mislead us by tolling us that this would not happen if we continued on the gold standard. It is true that by continu ing on the gold standard the final smash-up might be staved off lor a few years, so that the money chan gers cou'd got everything worth hav ing within their grasp. Iwt that it would iiHiUv come with a "dull, sick-, ruing thud. " there can be no ques tion. It is bet ter that the people bring...

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