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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 March 1896

! t i mm. VOL. IX. UEPU ESENTATI VH DEKEIGN Expresses His View on (lie All Absorbing' Money Question. Like tlic everlasting hills bathing their .snow capped crowns in the gen ial -sunshine of heuvou whilst the ungry storm clouds beat about their breasts, so should man be immovable in those lofty principles which govern our lives. This same stead-fastness of principle should govern men as well as political parties. That man or that political body who preaches one thing and acts another, who for the purpose of momentary gain, vio lates its solemn pledges made to its fellows is doomed to eternal infamy. Public officers are but the agents of the people who clothed them with I tower of office. The agent has but one legitimate rule of action to fol low and that is the will of his princi pal. The people of this great nation by the solemn declaration expressed In unequivocal terms in the Demo cratic platform of lS'.fi, expressed , themselves in favor of bimetallism the free and unlimited co...

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. — 14 March 1896

r : r- f. r THi KOTT CCUiTfT MWSIOT. rHtV A. HAlT'Sat, raMtohaa, KNTON. mtssouhe A BHJ, was Introduced the senate, n the M, granting a pension of (50 per month to the daughter of Gen. Phil Kearney. ' At a meeting of the Convocation of Oxford university, on the 3d, the pro posal to allow women to take a degree was rejected by a rote of 815 to 14a ' Oh tt 2d Chief-Justice Fuller an nounced the opinion of the supreme court of the United States declaring the Kogales land grant in Arizona in valid. 1 The governor of Pennsylvania, on the nth, signed the death warrant of Herman W. Mudgett, alias II. II. Holmes, and the latter will be exe cuted on May 11. I Li Huso Chass and his fellow en voys to Moscow, where they will rep resent the emperor at the ceremonies of the coronation of Czar Nicholas II., started from Pekln for Russia on the 5th. ' The correspondent of the Berlin Lo cal Anzeiger in Constantinople is an thority for the statement tlmt Russia lias asked Turkey to expel all English a...

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. — 14 March 1896

A COLD WAVE. J '-. bt KAmniA 8. PILLSBVRT. I At two o'clock In the afternoon ihv thermometer registered 81 degrees ol teat in the shadow of our little reran Jdsh, where 'Gene sat fanning herself latter putting away lunch, f "Mat, I am glad mother didn't comi' down to Florida this winter," she said to me through the orcn window. "I jdon't bellere tuth hot weather as this, 'in February, would npree with her,' after spendir.g &1 winters In Vcr ;inont.'V ., "But it will be necessary for her to come some time if we stny," I replied; "and since father left his proierty in vested here, we arc obliged to stay, even if we do not like It." I "Oh, well, I do like It, I suppose," old :(Jene, reflectively. "Jlt I should like to see Just one good old snow-drWt und hear tdeigh belli? jingle once this .winter." "Oh, you nrc a born northerner, ,Gene.V But for one, I am glnd poor father. had the resolution to lenve that tocky old Vermont f'.rm," said I. , "Ah, but think of the mnplt sirup we woul...

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. — 14 March 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NKWSIIOY. PuiL. A, ILipnkr, Publisher. iVr Vettr, Advance.. ...... rw ljr thnit one yrttr, 10 cent fer month. For President, RICHARD P. HLAND, Of Misssourl. For Viee-PrcRideht. ftENJ. U. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are uuthorlncd to announce the following euiididivton, subject to the Democratic Primary, April 14: For R.-pivsrntativo. JOHN E. MARSHALL, ALBERT DkREIUN. LON. 11. WILLIAMS. For Sheriff, W. R. UATTS. For Collector, W. H. HE1SSERER. For Prosecuting Attorney, R. A. KINGSBURY. For Assessor. ALLAN J. HARRISON', ROUT. L. STURBLEFIELD. L. J. WATTS. For Treasurer, W. C. LAMBERT. Count v J i:dgc 2d District, J. L. HALE. Assix'intt- Judge 1st District, JAMKS F. EV1NS. ' DEP..S AT ST. LOUIS. While at St. Louis last week it Was our pleasure to listen to Eugene V. Debs, president of the American Railway Union. He spoke at Musie Hall, Exposition building, and be tween 8.000 and lo.ooo people were there to hear him. Mr. Deb began with the concen tration o...

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. — 21 March 1896

VOL.. IX. fcOUtfHEAST NOtES. Congress m a q Moslcy believes in the old maxim that "a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush" and refuses to squander any of his $10, 000 in announcing his candidacy for re-nomination. And all the Repub lican papers are howling mad and will rip him up the back at every op portunity. The newspapers that be long to this or that party- "for reve nue only" are losing theirgrip among the people. , B. B. Cahoon is too clean a man to ever get tho endorsement of the Re publican bosses of Missouri and without their "sig." no man can be considered in it. The Kansas City Sunday Sun is red hot for Webster Davis, and it is very probable that Webster, the Sun and Filley will rule. No decent man need apply. Farmington Times: Mr. J. W. Ritter informs us that the Bald Eagle gold mines in Madison county, though not developed, have been sufficiently prospected and enough tore taken near the surface to prove that they carry gold, silver and cop per in sufficient quanti...

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. — 21 March 1896

"IV E3 LjU Oill EXwO. . ran. a. hatkm, inuktak ' uisaoou Th reported eonelnalot. of a treaty between Russia and China was con firmed by news from Pelt In on the Uth. Etomm inches of snow fell in eaot ern New York;, on the 18th, interfering to soma extent with the railroads and general business traffic I In alleged filibustering steamer Commodore, loaded with arms and mo nition of war, went to sea from Charleston, a Ct, on the ltth. , Taa Massachusetts senate, on the 13th, by a Tote of sixteen to nine, adopted resolutions affirming the prin ciples of the Monroe doctrine. I Ex-Sxhatob Abbott, of Morgan county, (X, was found guilty by a jury at Columbus, on the 10th. of briber in connection with the pharmacy legis lative otu. I lkxow'b greater New York bill passed the state senate at Albany, on i no inn, wnnout amenament, by a rote of 88 to 8, and was sent to the a sembly for concurrence. I Coxcenimio the visit to Berlin of Count Goluckowskt, Austrian minister of foreign affairs, the P...

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. — 21 March 1896

THE SCOTT CODHTY NEWSB01. ' ; rHII. At HAMBR, PablUker, WESTON. . . MtSSOUEi A DIFFICULT APOLOGY. Bt B. B. MAttRIOaT-WATSOXt WAS . utile nlnnucd when I found myself in the room, but ftftcr my behavior on the previous evening It was nosomtely neces sary that I should see Power. I be par., bluntly: "I have come," I said, "to ofTer nn tinnl rjry forfor what happened lost niirht." Bhe opened her eyes and regarded me Kith an Innocent stare, in which, liow- tver, some haughtiness tninirled. do not understand," sal i she. "Did you trip on my dress? Well, at any rate, I Late apologies. Will you have some ta?" "Thank you," said I, seating my self and putting my hut on the floor. You see, when we come out of the liall, and there was that rush, 1 hnd no Idea" "Yes, it was an abomiunble crush," put In Miss Power, hastily. "I wonder, Mr. KadcliiT, If you would mind ringing the bell?" "You remember," I explained, as I returned from the tell, "how, just as we reached the door" "Oh, dear me," cried...

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. — 21 March 1896

S' f . II: SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Ihin, A. HAfkci i, Publisher. Per lr, 4fponfr . , .. . ... .1 .00 jfc'JW tk4 one gntr, 10 tent per monthx For President RICHARD P. BLAND, Of Misssoufii For Vice-President. BEN J. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic Primary, April 14: For Representative. John e. Marshall,' ' albert . d? reign. LON. R. tflLLIAMS. For Sheriff, W R. 13ATTS; KDWARD WYLIE. For Collector, II. HEISSERER. W. For Prosecuting Attorney, R A. KINGSBURY. For Assessor, ALLAN J, - HARRISON, ROBT. L. STUBBLEFIELD. L. J. WATTS. For Treasurer, C. LAMBERT. W, County Judge 2d District, J. L. HALE. JULIUS ALBRECHT. Associate Judge 1st District, JAMES F. EVINS. For Constable Moreland Tw'p. PETER SCHCEN. ABOUT THEIR HONOR (?). The wild standard winsr of the Democratic party never tires of re minding the masses that they must be . "honorable" and abide by any scheme they may succeed in saddling upon 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. — 28 March 1896

VOL. I2C. FROM GOV. STONE. Jefferson City, Mch. 23, '96. Editor Newsboy: The malignant and unprovoked per sonal attacks the St. Louis Republic is daily making on me is my excuse for addressing this letter to you, which I ask you to do ne the kind ness to publish. I can not, of course, enter into a vituperative controversy with the Republic, adopt the vernac ular of the slums and compete with it in the low art of compiling epithets. I desire only to make a plain statement of oue or two impor tant facts for the consideration of those of your readers who see the matutinal diatribes of the Republic. I am reluctant to do even this, but I feel that I am warranted in doing it as an act of simple justice to my self. TnK CAtfSR. I think the public very well under stands that these attacks on me are immediately due to Ihe active inter est that I have taken in the work of organizing the Democrats of this and other States who favor free bimetal lic coinage. In one of its recent edi torials the ...

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. — 28 March 1896

-'''' ' T "U1 ... "ii";-- '.::;ii5;f.3 '''Vj-.' "' THJ SCOT? COUSTT HKWSBOY. rilH. A. HAFNKB, Pabllaher. liBJJTON, : .. Mtssoum. Bahox KunuBRH was mortal ly wounded in a jdnel with sabers at Buda Festh, on the loth, by Baron JosiUa. On the 10th ex-Senator Abbott, of Morgan couiity, 0., was found pitlty by a jury at Columbus, of bribery in connection with the pharmacy legisla tive kill. 6 Ik the Massachusetts house, on the TOtb, the committee on election law re ported a bill granting municipal suf frage to women. There were no dis eenters named in the report. Stats Skator Garfield's bill to prevent the corrupt use of money in elections passed the Ohio house, on the 18th, and became a law. It applies to all elections, primary as well as regu lar. A dispatch from Cairo, on the 20th, Said: The khalifa has proclaimed a holy war against Egypt, calling upon all Dervishes capable of bearing arms to enroll themselves under the Rrecn banner. Commaxdkr Booth-Tvckeb, appoint ed to the command o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 28 March 1896

"AN AWKWARD FIX." hi a n ONFOUND Wherever e Chnrlotte be?" It ia M. Chnpou lot who apeahs, and, m the words show, M. Chnpou - lot is out of hu . tnor. Ordinnrily M. Chnpoulot 1b aa good-tempered and easy-going as one would expect in man of 60, who. havlurr been. like John Gilpin In his day, a linen draper bold, has in good time retired to enlot a modest competency in repose Your wealthv London tradesman, now. who has grown rich beneath the shad ow of St. Taul's, if he retires at all be fore death or disease puts him suddenly liors de combat, flies off to spend his for tune at Brighton, or Bath, or Chelten ham anywhere rather than in tho great metropolis where he has made it. But M. Chnpoulot, like the true Parisian he is, will never desert his Ville, Lum iere, and has retired no farther than from the bustle of the boulevards to the more peaceful Hue de la Trocadero. There he now live with his . only daughter Charlotte and an old faithful tenant of the family, and it is the former wh...

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. — 28 March 1896

scott County newsboy. Pan. A. BArNM, Publisher. Per Yenr, in Advance ,fl 00 Ijt tknm one gear, 10 etui per month. For President, RICHARD P, BLAND, Of Misssourt. Pot Vice-President, BfiNJ. R TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic Primary, April 14 : For Representative. JOHN E. MARSHALL, ALBERT Dk REIGN. LON. B. WILLIAMS. For Sheriff, W. R. BATTS. EDWARD WYL1E. For Collector, W. H. HEISSERER. For Prosecuting Attorney, R. A. KINGSBURY. For Assessor, ALLAN J. HARRISON. ROBT. L. STUBBLEFIELD. L. J. WATTS. For Treasurer. W. C. LAMBERT. County Judge 2d District, J. L. HALE. JULIUS ALBRECHT. Associate Judge 1st District, JAMES F. EVINS. For Constable Moreland T'w'p. PETER SCHCEN. JOSIAH PATTERSON. The "souud money" gang of this Btate hare concluded that their effort to "pull the wool" over the eyes of the people has been a couiplete fail ure, so they decided to use some im ported stock and accordingly, sen...

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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. — 4 April 1896

VOL. IX. ritlMAUY ELECTION. ..Rules Regulations, Judges ttnd Clerks. The coUhty central committee met on the 21st ult., but owing to scarcity of space the proceedings were omitted last week. It was ordered that the same rules and regulations be adopted as two years ago, and that the Vote be by the Australian ballot. Each township will also elect three central committeemen.. It was ordered that candidates de siring their names on the ticket shall pay to James McPheeters, treasurer, for county office, $5; for township of fice, 92. ' The following judges and clerks were appointed: Diehlstadt Judges, T. W. Akers, W. S. Babb; clerks, Max Ostncr, S. T. Miller. Lusks Judges, T. B. Dodge, Geo. Chfismon; clerks, Tom Chrismon, Win. Moore. Sikcston Judges, Wm. Stubble field, A. A. Harrison; clerks, Cy Har ris, Ben Barnes. Lennox Judges, A. K. Boutwell, J. D. Kimball; clerks, Clark Holmes, Chas. McMullin. Morley Judges, W. J. Greer, Bert Utterback; clerks, Sam Holly, W. G. Atchison. Butts Judge...

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 April 1896

SnCGIICCnfilKSiSEOT; ; . rnuu a. hai-hkr, rabiiahor. fcENTON, - , . ..' - MISSOURI. I Qx the 10th ex-Senator Abbott, ot Morgan county, U, wu found guilty connection with the pharmacy lglsl I Okw; Thomas Luccm, Caakv, lata chief ot engineers V. 8, A., died sud denly at thq new congressional library In Washington on the 85th. His dcnlfc Is supposed to hare resulted from heart Iseased. - ! The honse of representatives, on h 84th, with only one dissenting Vote, passed Senator Hills bill rctnortaff the last restriction on the statute books ngaiust ex-confederate soldiers i sailors. I MAvboykxi Hey, son of the sultan ot Turkey's Greek physician, Who since 1877 has been Turkish minister to the . (a..-.. - ... uniiou Mates, lias ocen recalled on account of American sympathy with the Armenians. I Mvcn interest Is manifested in Ijon tlon commercial circles over the hn ttouncemcnt that a leadlitj iron firm lias tnnde extensive Vmrehnsos of Ala bama pig iron, and is arranging for further purcha...

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 April 1896

V raun7 aara, The first IU warblers hear; Uke laden ship o'er itornr ways. -: The glad spring uiunina appear; They brlns; us bud, thejr bring us - ' bloom, M hope and cheer; -after wlnter'a gloom, of the year. '' They brinir i Uotr welcome The Easter The brooks make music heavy now. And nnw HvhtAf iiMlit till bird that flit from bough to bough, its num again; Forth Into song the mountains break. The little hills take part- All nature, hymns of praise awake Glad Easter of the heart. Beyond the clouds of sin and doubt. Beyond the realms of woe, (Oh, life, what were thy gift without?) There breaks the Easter rlow. It sheds a Joy o'er pain and gloom. The broken heart makes whole, With life and lovo beyond the tomb Blest Easter of the soul.' -Sarah E. Howard, In Good Ilousekeep lag. opened her eyes on Easter morn ing and found 1 f? that the steamer on which she was a passenger had an chored in the beautiful Bay of Palermo. Dressing herself with hurried care, she went on deck and saw the ...

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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. — 4 April 1896

- ".X l.t ,- : v , ! 1 i t r . ." SCOTT COUNTY NKWSBOY. Pmk A. HArtita, Publisher. ir Jprtf)fw4.tertee..........I 00 (Attn m , JO per month. For President, Richard p. bland, Of Mlsssourl. For Vice-President, BENJ. R TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic Primary, April 14 : For Representative. JOHN E. MARSHALL, ALBERT De REIGN. LON. B. WILLIAMS. . For Sheriff, W. R. BATTS. EDWARD WYLIE. For Collector, H. HEISSERER. W. For Prosecuting Attorney, R. A. KINGSBURY. For Assessor, ALLAN J. HARRISON, ROBT. L. STUBBLEFIELD. L. J. WATTS. For Treasurer, W. C. LAMBERT. County Judge 2d District, J. L. HALE. JULIUS ALBRECHT. Associate Judge 1st District, JAMES F. EVINS. For Constable Morel and T'w'p. PETER SCHCEN. POLITICAL TREASON. As beautiful and touching a testi monial as is ever witnessed to the esteem in which men hold loyalty and fidelity to party, was shown last week in the Senate when Senator Blackburn ...

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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. — 11 April 1896

VOL. THIS ORGAN GRINDS. llut tho Music Is Not In Accord With Hi Facts. Judge Riley is a good judge of law, and heard the Lcftwich case on its merits, and he not only gave Mr. Leftwich an honorable discharge, but he judicially censured the present couuty court the big two for med dling in thiugs that did not concern them. Local Ring Organ. So says "do push." But the facts ure different. While we hardly deem it necessary, yet, since the above "yarn"has beeu scattered broad-cast over the county, we will refer briefly to the facts. While it will take con siderable time, and space, yet we cou fiider that tho people ought to thor oughly understand it, and we propose to make it plain. . The case has never been "tried on its merits" before Judge Riley or any other judge. At the August term, 1894, the old couuty court made an order which was intended to cover Up the whole affair and relieve Mr. Leftwich and his bondsmen of any liability. At the February term, 1895, the new county court remov...

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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. — 11 April 1896

t V -.1:. 'fy' I: x- IP mi- - ! V ' if- .-v''-v--; . ' -A"- ' . t ' f ij3 ETCH COUM MOT. rillL. A. HtrSUIt PkUakfs' MISSOURI. It Is understood tht President Cleve land hat written a letter, vrhich trill be made public in due season, declin ing to accept a nomination for a third term. Statistics show that wUX foreign population of 14.77 percent., more tbaft half of our white penitentiary convicts find more than half of the white in mates of our poochouscs are foreign' era. Ei.nwrr Rappbltr, the. Cuban eorre- apondent for the New York Mail fend Express, who was expelled by order of Uen. Weyler, arrived at Aew lork, on the 30th, per steamer Yucatan from Havana. A Capk Tows dispatch says that John liars Hammond, the American under indictment at Pretoria, has ob tained leave to visit Cap? Town on ac count of his health, but his bail has been increased to 20,000. Tm Newark (N. Methodist con Jerence, on the Jlst, favored absolute prohibition and decided afrait the riding of bicycles on SuA...

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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. — 11 April 1896

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. ruil. A. HAFNKR, FmblltlMfl. ' JlENTON, . . . . MISSOURI. BiVALfc AND PARTNERS. mr rnoHAs p. moxtfort. (Written for This Paper. AGIC CITY already had one newspa per, and that seemed to be enough for a town of 250 population. It is true, Mngte City was a place with great expec tations, nnd there was probably not ; rne man or woman in the town who was not sanguine that within a few years it would grow into a city of 20,000 or 30,000 people. But a newspaper cannot live nnd prosper on what a town expects to be, however great its expectations are.. The Magic City Breeze rery sensibly and tersely expressed Ita views on the subject when it became known that an other paper was to be established in the owh. - It said editorially: 'YVe are confident of the future of "Magic City. There is no doubt but that it will become within a few years n great commercial center, teeming with business nnd thousands of population. We are proud of our town, as every Kan enn is proud ...

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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. — 11 April 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Poil. A. H.vrxitH, Publisher. Vr Yrfir, im shlraiict . . k , , ,,...91 00 fjftx t Ai aae 70 rrwf.i jwr MvnM. For President, RICHARD P. BLAND, Of M'tHssoUi'l. For Vice-President, BEN J. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Deuiocrutic Primary, April 14: For Representative. ' JOHN E. MARSHALL, ALBERT '-Dk REIGN. LON. H. WILLIAMS. For Sheriff, . W. R. BATTS. EDWARD WYL1E. For Collector, H. HEISSERER. W. For Prosecuting Attorney, R. A. KINGSBURY. For Assessor, Allan j. harrtson, robt. l. stubblefield. L. J. WATTS. For Treasurer, W. C. LAMBERT. County Judge 2d District, J. L. HALE. JULIUS ALBRECHT. Associate Judge 1st District, JAMES P. EV1NS. For Constable Moreland T'w'p. PETER SCHCEN. REPUBLICAN DAY. Last Saturday was Republican day in Kenton, it has been many days since so niany representative Republicans assembled in Scottcoun ty. It was convention day to select delegates to the cong...

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