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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 6 July 1895

nnnn . 1 ..' VOL, "VIII. BEKTT03ST, MISSOURI, JULY" 3, 1895. ZSTO. S3 "j t FJCOM MOltLIJY. FltOM SI HUSTON. FKOM NEW 1IAMI1UKG. FROM WAN IG KIT. from commhucf. Tlie Fourth All Over. rm COUNTY NEWSBffL.;. r I. Upon first thought there ts but one thing that would cau.se me to favor the gold Btandard, viz: That Eng land has had a gold standard for seventy-nine years and is jiow the creditor nation of the world. Upon second thought the fact that England is the creditor nation of the world is my reason for believing that a gold standard is wrong. "Why?" you may ask. Because England's money is in the hands of a few while the masses are paupers and servants for the rich. Do wc want our millions to con tinue to be white slaves and bow in humble submission to the dictates of mammon? Or do we, as a free and independent people, want equal rights Ond equl privileges, and a money that is as good for the servant as it is for the master? If we choose the latter then we must have both silver and 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. — 6 July 1895

TIE SCOTT CQHM7 KKWSBOT, VniU Am HArRSB, PiMUkm CNTON. vnssoufci. Ow the 28th Mlsa Mary A. Todjre (Gail Hamilton) was taken from the lilalne residence in Washington and sent to her home in Salem, Mass. i China's non-acceptance of the Rus sian loan proposals lnvoWes the with drawal of her recent concessions to Russia in connection with the Siberian railway. 1 It is the Intention of tho German emperor, in the spring, to send a squadron to visit the ports of the na tions which were represented in the naval display at Kiel. ' Commencement exercises took place at Chillocco Indian schools, in the Cherokee strip, on the 36th. eight graduates, representing six different Indian tribes, acquitting themselves with credit. Faiia-bes in the United States dar ing the week ended the 38th, as re ported by R. O. Dun & Co., were 256, against 314 for the same week last year. In Canada the failures were 22, against 33 last year. 1 TnE fnited States consul at Foo Chow, China, reports the appearance ...

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. — 6 July 1895

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. rOIL. A HAKEB, Pobllahar, BENTON. ... MISSOURI. DEACON SIMPSON'S TRIP. BT KATE KKRKINB. "There's my best coat upstair In the chest; an' I was conntin' on get tin' a new hat anyhow. I guess you could orto'flx yourself up with your Sun day dress an' things Maria," "Why, Amos, you don't mean that you really want to go?" and Mrs. Simpson ceased a moment from driv ing flies out of the kitchen, as she turned a pair of mild, wondering eyes on, her husband. i It was after dinner, and he sat on the stone door step, twisting In his hand the letter that he had just brought from the post office, and seemingly contemplating the distant hills, as though seeking guidance from that quarter. Ills large straw hat lay on the grass beside him, and a few pieces of. hay In his stiff gray hair, showed what his occupation for the morning had been. "There's your cousin Abbie," he con tinued, "has been wantln' us to come up to the city for a long time to visit her" "She nln't invite...

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. — 6 July 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. 1hi1., A. IIafskr. Publisher. tW'Yiar, In A Jen are. ...... .i 00 Ln thon on (Wir, JO cm jrr month. THE BANKING BUSINESS. About the first of beptember a bew bank is to bo opened at Sikeston with a capital stock of 930,000. This Will make tour batiks lor Scott coun ty and should certainly be an object lesson for our people. When we con Rider that Scott county has only 2,200 Voters, wc must further consider that we hate one bank for every 550 vo ters. Then, when we further consid tjr that these four banks are all South of the "hills," we may well Conclude that we have a bank for every 350 voters. The people in the hills own their own houses, have lit tie or no use for a bank, and there lore should not figure in this esti mate. "Well, what of it?" you may ask. It simply illustrates that, under Our present "sound" money policy, the banking business is the only bus iness that is on the boom. It indi cates that money is scarce and in dc maud. In the days when the "do...

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. — 13 July 1895

..." i V " t-' v.-.V,-. VV- nnrin COUN Nil VOL. "VIII. BBisrrroasr, Missouri, july 13, ise. IsTO. 24 TIE SCO TY JWSBOY. "j: v, 1 Base Uall . Notes. A week ago last Sun 'aytho Blod gett ball team came to Bcntou to play a game, but the head man of the Weather Bu reau lost his grip on the elements and rain prevent ed the con test. Last Sun day, how ever, Benton summoned up her cour a a e and bearded the lion in her den. She vis ited Blodgett, and, about 3:00 p. m. the struggle began. It was a well played game from first to finish, though the grounds were too soft for any feats of bril liant fielding. There were very few errors, and all the boys showed a 6kill in the American game that stamped them as fair ball tossers. The game opened With Benton at the bat and she failed to get a man around the circuit, though in Blod gett's half she showed how the act was done by scoring four runs. In the second Benton batted out two runs, and Blodgett gathered a goose egg. The third resulted in a sh...

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. — 13 July 1895

THE SCOTT COUNTY NWSM PHIL. Am HATRBB, raklbhmi tJKXTON. UlSSOUtU. I A mbpatoh from Pektn, on the 4th. aid the Rusao-Chlnese lota had been signed. J. Scorro, a restaurant proprietor of Los Angeles, Cal., received .word, on Sd, that he had fallen heir to 4,000,000 Cranes In Italy. Tm report that yellow fever had broken out in Tampa, Fla., was, on the Sth, discredited by the Marine hos pital authorities In Washington. ' The United States cruiser Marble head, which unexpectedly arrived at fL Petersburg, on the 4th, anchored near the Nlcolal bridge, where crowds of people flocked to see her. Ox the Sd Judge McComas, of Wash ington, sentenced W. W. Howgate to eight years in the Albany (N. Y.) pen itentiary, four years on each charge of forgery and embezzlement. It is said upon the highest author ity that Mrs. Leland Stanford will soon go to Euro pa to sell her jewels, rallied at 91,000,000, to carry on the Leland Stanford, Jr., university at Palo Alto, Cat Is a speech at Wick, Scotland, ...

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. — 13 July 1895

THE SCOTT COONT? NEWSBOY, TtllU A. OAfKBB, roblUhr. BENTON. MISSOURI THE TO LLP ATE. Tna old red bridge, roofed o'er and wallop Still spans the river brown Where both the dusty roads converge And Join their war to town: The tollirate on the further side Still swings Its battered polo, And Idly lounges In the shade The men who take the toll How many days how many years Since I was horo. I won 1c r, And hoard the loose plnnks 'neath the wheels Resound like mimic thunder? What meed of Joy has boon my part. What sheaf of cares my dole, What storms have swept aero my hoart Since last I paid the tolll Ah I Memory plays a sorry trick, The present fades fram sight Again the bridge looms vague and dark Against the moon's faint light: And Kob and I, hand clasped In hand. Pause by tho swinging pale One happy minute, ore we cross And Kobln t tikes the toll. Laura B. Bell. In Homo and Country. " "AS A DAY IN JUNE." BY MAT D. HATCH. "Hy the way, Xan, did McWilliaras get you that picture at yonr l...

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. — 13 July 1895

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pna. A. Hawser,. Publisher. lr Ycftr, i Ahincr 1 00 Ijtti than one yrar, 10 ccnt per month. For President, 1896 John Sherman, of Ohio. For Vice-President Jons G. Carlislf, of Kentucky. (P. S. This is a joke.) STRONG ARGUMENT. "Manv men seem to think that the llepubliean party is a gold standard party, lhey forget that ttre present Democratic udministration knocked tho life out of silver and placed the couutry on a gold basis. Republicans are bimetallists and so is the party The above item is taken from the Greenville Sim, a Republican paper published over in Wayne couDty, and is a fair sample of the argument used by the advocates of the gold standard However, it would seem that the editor very much underestimates the intelligence of his readers when he cracks such a joke as "the present Democratic administration knocked the life out of silver and placed the country on a gold basis." The present administration has enough to bear without having the demonetization...

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. — 20 July 1895

'4 fit- v. 1 F -. . VOL, "VI3L. ttnso Mall Notes. It was reported in this column last week that the Morley base ball club would crniic to Benton on Sunday and initiate; the boys here into handling the miniature globe on the marked oil' diamond of a bull field. She, true to her promise, came; yea. came, saw, and conquered. 1 Our loys, flushed withtheirvictory or the Sunday before over the Blod gett team, couldn't see how tliev could do a thing but mop upthecartli with their opponents and send them back a sad and fallen foe. But Mor ley had come prepared to look after that part of it, and the record will show tint she did her duty, her whole, duty, and, from a Morley point of view, nothing but her duty. Seolield. of the Blodgett team, who was yet sore over the drubbing received the Sunday before, came up with l-erene in his eye and did the catching act for the visitors. ScoHEl.b: "Put Vr there, Morley!" We suppose that Benton, like all Other bail clubs, lays claim to off days, and if ...

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. — 20 July 1895

W SCOTT COHMMSBDI ' mit.' a. HArmttt, rubiuaar.. .TiENTON. MISSOURI. Tnr.RK were light frosts In low places In South Dakota, on the night of the 8th, bnt no damage was done. ' Nunc Italian war ships paid a com plimentary vlslfto the ltritlsh fleet at Spithead on the 9th. Salutes were ex changed. ' Tmt secretary of the Interior, on the 11th, directed that the payment of the 9600,000 to the Nez Perces tribe of In dians in Idaho be resumed. ' It is thought that a re-surrey of Pike s Peak, now being made by gov eminent engineers, will prove the peak to be 13.647X feet high, a gain of 1,100. feet Tnn German steamer Nordstrand loaded 325 tons of Alabama coke at Mobile, on tho 10th, for Mexico. This Is the first considerable shipment of coke from that port. Failures In the United States dur ing the week ended the 12th, as re ported by R. G. Dun & Co., were 253, ngainst 247 for the same week last year. In Canada the failures were S3, against 40 last year. ' Icb formed on water tubs in t...

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. — 20 July 1895

THK SCOTT COUMTY NEWSBOY. PHIL. A. HArNKR, PablUher, BENTON. MISSOURI SKY-LIQHT. JTesHly mount the tenement atatr, rnimb to the top of tho foulness there, And turn to the ttlo on th right Some day I'll (how jrou tbe pltflul sight Braiding ran rug eat a crippled lad. Light from the Mottle was all he had. A wink of the aky glanced down at the gloom. Never a sound came Into the room) Hotot a sight of the attrrlog street Low the child's Tolne was, sober and sweet: 'Mother's st wort, and father Is dead. Jim he holds hotsos at five oents a head, Bob was sailor before he was sunk, t?V,e,"s PaDer'' Tim ho geti drunk. Nobody else, ma'am, only Just me. I Wfcs born crooked, same as you see. Once there was Molly. She made tho mat For you! Roses! Like them In your hat, Pretty I My slstor she taught me to braid. Boys, ma'am, they go; but Molly, she staid." Choking a bit, I said: "Poor little chapt What could befall herJ What sort of mishap? where In this world has Molly gone to? Leaving alone a p...

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. — 20 July 1895

SCOTT COUNTY .NFAVSHOY.' rim,. A. HAFNEn, Publisher. J r Ycnr, t Aileamr ,$i 00 ic fcD! ftr ,V'f, ltl-cvnt irr month ABOUT riUMAHY MONEY. Tho other day a 'farmer asked of us, ''What is meant by primary money, or money of final redemp tion? ' Primary money is the only real money wo nave. All other money is simply credit money, or a promise to pay. At present fjold is the only primary money we have. Wo have loss1 than two hundred mil lion dollars of gold in the United States. Upon this insignificant sum ns a basis wo are transacting busi ness that necessitate the use of bil lions upon billions of dollars and yet they talk about "sound money For every dollar of real money in the United States there are many dollars of representative or credit money, and if a demand bo made on the TJ. S. treasury that even the one hundredth part of the credit money be redeemed, tho treasury would go up higher than Gilroy's kite. Not only would the U. S. treasury col lapse, but every business concern in ...

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. — 27 July 1895

. f : -. 1- r . VOL. "VTI1. FItOM BLOIHJETT. Got it again, boys, where Nellie Vore the beads. Down here we play ball according to the rules of B. C. 06. C. C. Halstead made a flying busi ness trip to Benton last Tuesday afternoon. Col. M. Adams returned from a week's stay in the foothills about Benton. Miss Struder, of Ft. Worth, Tex., Is visiting Mrs. Lena Sherer of this place, for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield came down last Saturday for a few days stay in the great watermelou metropolis. We are pleased to note the rapid convalescence of Miss Lizzie Stanley, who has been seriously ill with re mittent fever for the past week. It is not so strange after all to note the number of ignorant and il literate people in the - world, is it, when you come to recollect that we vere all born that way. The following from Blodgett at tended the ball game at Morley last Suuday: J. M. Adams and Miss Ber tha Stanley, Messrs. Hawkins, Fuleh ei Stubbs. Marshall, Stanley, Evins ind Rodd...

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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. — 27 July 1895

m scon ODDSKBi sboi rU A. HAFKBRt PwWWhav. NEKTON. MISSOUlU L A spccial cable from Panama Rays: ,11 the hands on the Colon docks sus pended work on the 18th. They de manded 3 in sllrer per day, Instead of II. Mi I A sritciAt, from Valparaiso, Chili, en the 17th, said: The crisis in the ehoice of a new ministry remains with out a solution. Congress has been forced to take a recess. ' Failvres in the United States dur ing the week ended the 10th, as re ported by R. O. Dun & Co., were 256, against 936 for the same week last year. In Canada the failures were 39, against 14 last year. ' A correspondent in Rio Janeiro tele graphed, on the 16th, that the Brazil- Ian cabinet had refined to accept the terms of peace offered in behalf of the revolting bands in lhe state of Rio Grande do Sul. The imprisoned miners in the Fe- wabic mine, at Iron Mountain, Mich. were released at midnight on the 18th, not one of them being injured. The es cape is the most remarkable one in the history of mini...

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. — 27 July 1895

TflE SCOTT COUNTY HEWSB01 mtm A HArMERf PablUlMr. UENTOtf. , , , MISSOURI. HEART-YEARNINGS. Oh I peak to me now, while I'm living. The sweet lore words my heart does ioeTN Oh! satisfy now this heart-yearning Keep them not till I'm laid la the gravel hi spare not the look of compassion; OS spare not the loved touch of your hand) Ceulaoul my heart's hungering pisslon. At-1 nethlnks jroa would then understand. Bow It yearns for that which yon only Possess the strung power to heitow. Will you still let my heart go wearv. By withholding It now that you know? Ohl carre not the lore on my tombstone Yon withheld from my lonely heart here; Oh lsare not the flowers t love so. Just to strew o'er my boly and bier; But give them me now. while I'm with yon The sweet lovo. touch and look, I so crave; Oh! satisfy now this heart-longing t Give them now, 'ere I'm laid In the grave Nellie Wilson, In Good Housekeeping. A KISS IN THE DARK. The Brst error was a distinctly, hu an one, feminine, particular...

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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. — 27 July 1895

SCOT? COUNTY, NEWSBOY, Today, (Saturday "Jul? T) At3 O'clock p, m. is tHc; o)f,tr County Democratic Central Commit' tee for township meetings in the dif foreut townships of the county for the purpose of ' select ins delegates to attend at the county delegated convention at Ben ton July 29 at 2 p. m., to elect dele irates to attend a State convention to be held at Pertle Springs Aug. 6, 1893. Basis of representation: Townships will bo entitled to follow lng number of delegates: Sandyland 4, Commerce 3, Moreland 6, Sylvania 4, Richland 7, Tywappity 2, Kelso C, Morley 4. Tt will bo noticed that the Com mittee has specified that the meet ing shall be held not earlier than 3 O'clock, p. m. This is for the pur pose of allowing all farmers an op tortunity to bo present and express themselves on a question upon which depends their future happiness and prosperity; a question upon which de fends the future of this republic. No farmer should stay at home and say. "oh, there'll beenough without...

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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. — 3 August 1895

1 1 . : 0 ;., v'"" I BENTON, MISSOTXP.!,' CtJGI-XJST 3, 1S5. VOL. -VIII. 2STO. 27 OBDNTY mm 4 WAV Viv K W VV klLP JLo if .-II Wanted a Tin II0V11. v Tlie other day a Blodgott man en tered the saloon and demandoda"tln ltorn. " With a puzzled expression the bar-keeper told the man that ha -ould probablj' find what he wanted at some of the stores. With a look of disappoiutment on his face the Blodgelt representative departed and began to visit the stores, one by one. His strange action had aroused suspicion and the people began to gather in groups to discuss the situa tion. The man had entered every business house in town and, as a last f eBort, dropped into the saddler shop to inquire if he could get a "tin horn. ' The editor happened to be there, sized the man up, suspected he was from Blodirott, and ventured to ask: "Where are you from?" ."From Blodgett by g-d," "I'm all wool and a yard wide." "What is it you are looking for?" "A tin horn or trouble, it don't matter a continental wh...

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. — 3 August 1895

ffllSCOnCOUfflHIISBOI. TOIL Am HAFRSB. PmbtbkMN EXTON. M1SSOUIU. ' Tire United States consul at Colon, Is th tons of Panama, cabled, on the 33d, that the strike of laborers In progress - there threatened serious trouble. Tun secretary of the treasury has decided that the money paid into tho treasury on account of the Income tax (877,131) shall be refnnded upon the filing of claims and action thereon. Fallubks tn the United States dar ing the week ended the 86th, as re ported by R. G. Dun A Co., were 203, Brainst 249 for the same week last year. In Canada the failures were 7, against 69 last year. ; Ex-Cmir .1 ii stick Daly, of New "York, is making a series of visits to the law courts of London. He occu pied a seat beside Sir Francis Jeune In the divorce court recently, while the Tasker divorce case was tn progress, i 1 Tint preliminary report of Internal Revenue Commissioner Miller for the year ended June 30, 1895, issued on the 25th, showed that the total receipts from all sources ...

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. — 3 August 1895

Hi ni Mi: IAN M. M INFATUATION. A DOMESTIC DIFFERENCE. The general Impression among Jim Perclval's friends was thai he might have done a good deal better for him self than he did in his matrimonial Tenture. An M. P., with a safe seat and de cided abilities, young, good-looking, well connected, but having only a limited Income, he was Just the man .who should have married money, and this Is exactly what he had not done. He met his wife In Paris during a holi day trip. She was a pretty, viva cious Irish woman, lady-like and at tractive, but she had no fortune, and was of no particular family. The M. P.'s friends shook their heads over the match, and all felt convinced that be fore long he would find out what a mistake be bad made. I There could be no doubt that under the circumstances his marriage was an imprudent one. With his eight hun dred pounds a year Percival .had subsisted comfortably enough as a bachelor, ut as a married M. P. he found that his income went simply no way at all...

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. — 3 August 1895

An V.'. r!::':.- .ir : y.;"-.'M. .4-tf'.-V-' .JT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pnn. A. HAtSER, Publisher. r Tear, in Advance .. i ....... 2 00 JjfM tfoi oim! ytr; 10 ctnt jr month, GOLD HAS RISEN. ' Since it is the object of the News hot to make everything about the hioney question as plain ad the nose a man's face, shall attempt to make it plain to our readers that sil ver has not depreciated, but that an ounce of silver will buy as much of the necessaries of life (except gold) today as it did thirty years ago. Silver has not fallen. Gold has risen! la other words, nu ounce of silver Will buy about as much labr, or the product of labor, today as It did twenty-five years ago, but an ounce of gold will buy twice as much. Now think I silver today is worth, as hieasured by gold, about sixty cents bn ounce. Twenty-five years ago it was worth $1.21). A quarter of Century ago an ounce of silver would buy a bushel of wheat it will do the name thing todav. Twentv-tivc years ago two ounces of silver ($2.5...

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