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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 18 April 1896

VOL. I2C. Vote of the Democratic Primary Election Tuesday, April 14, 1896. O td fit i w : P 5iP ! O 2. CANDIDATES. ! i ! i I Representative, ! ! ! Lon B. WUliaras'lM? 83! 871187! 39! 63: Jno. E. Marshall 107: 113 j 15l 34! 56:221! Albert DeReign j 55: 20; 6j 5; 3; 18) Prosecuting- Att y, I I ! i Jos. L. Moore 11511162 : 78:126 ! 84 204! R. A. Kingsbury 187! 44! 27i 87! 12! 93! . ! I ! ! i I Sheriff. W. R. Batts 284 171! 87:200! fed ward S. Wyliej 52! 37 j 16 j 24 j Collector. ! ! j i I V. H. Heisserer 236; 74! 32! 85 j Jno. M. Leftwich 112:130; 72:133; 62;16l! 37:137 17:135! 83jl83 ! i 64:176! 31;10l! Co. Judve 1st DlBt.i C. N. Welch j Jas. F. Evins j ! 45j !162! CO. Judire Sd I)lst i ! i i J. It. Hale !229! ! 86:156: Julius Albrecht.jlOll ! 17! 56! Treasure, f 1 I I ! f W.C. Lambcrt..;339:208:l05;210! 95; Assessor, i ! i Chas. Chaney 213! 40! 89; 51: 39! 107! CS. Stubblefield: 39; 87! 1? 5! 4; 25; A. W. Fizer I 10! 42! 10! 95! 28! 18! Allan J.Harrison! 29: 17! 4j 60j 14;132! Lewis ...

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

rai SCOIf COTffiTY HSWSBOT. fail. A. HAFMEB, rabllsher. - - MISSOCRt. : It la expected that folly sixty thou sand person will attend th fifteenth International Christian Endeavor con Vention In Washington city in Jttly. Kx-Knra Main of, Rervla is coining to America, It la, laid, to look up a heiress for h profligate and dissolute on. King Alexander, to make his queen ' Jxmcx JtrpRoif . a tramo for the hist re years, has been notified, at Liber- ay. N. Y.. that by the death of a friend In the state of Michigan he has become. eir to a fortune of f 10,000. Oh the nth. Veterinary Surcreons Pennings and Jackson slanghtered S t mutable uilcn cows, afllicted with tubercntyals, in the herd of the liar roony society at Economy, Pa. Th British war ship Pelican has ar rived at Hassan, K. 1'., with 300 rifles, 500,000 cartridges and a quantity of other property, all of Which was found, on the 6th, buried beneath the samV on the beach of Cay Sal. . Ex-Pwcmmnt Harrison and Wis. Mary Scott Lord Dl...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 18 April 1896

!;. i AM -jr. " FORTUNE TELLINO. " " rraln u ummd'i sold. And blue waiiumraer-nkT, . w?nt. to bBT ow fortune olL A witching- maid and I. The Orpay ilbjrl cermed uncoutft And weird to look upon. And yet for each of us, in tooth, A marry tale aha apun. Mlna waa a kindly horoaoopej I heard my birth above tz , nwh" "'PP ' of hop, -iiii. siar 01 love. The atar of love that brlngeth bliss, I learned, still shed lta alow. wi.,n,0.r? tne lbrl but this Waa all I cared to know. Then Into Bylvla'a alender hand I aaw the Gypsy peer, wLl0rL8. 1 ,ODf to understand Were whispered In her ear; That spread In rosy Are, wlne'-wakened earth Feels spring's divine desire. Wa left behind the Gypsy old. And 'neath a dusky pine . L " waa tht folr story told That ended: ''Sweet, be mine!" laughed In her winning way: TSiW.at," '"mphantly she cried, The Gypsy said you'd sayl" -Clinton Bcollard. In Harper's Basar. THE THEATER HAT. TTAT hnn a . --. j guv m I to do this even YY ing?"saldCuiythe. "Xothlng what eve...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 18 April 1896

Phil. A. Hafser, Publisher. IVrtr, in Advance., . . , . . .01 00 Lrt rati one year, 10 cent jter month. For President, felCHARD P. BLAND, Of Misssouri. Tor Vice-President, REN J. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. BS HAlTNT TIME i Tht Busy Man Who EVentuatfy Pound "Tlmo to Bum." ! A certain man was born In a kurry, was rushed through child hood, was crammed through school and college and was whirled madly Into a cyclone of business; and through the avenues of this he sprinted daily at a speed not alto gether extraordinary in this age but nevertheless dizzying. At this office a sign thrust Itself Into one's countenance, reading: fXSTZ&DAT WAS MY BUST DAT, BUT TO-DAY TS WORSK. Once, to a woman, ho shot out the words: "Marry me to-morrow I" "But this Is oh! why wait a " "Haven't time!" ; Later he blurted out to her: "Marriage, failure I Divorce not this (afternoon! All fixed!" "Ohl oh!" said she; "can't you 8ne try again just for a " "Haven't time!" let An agent cot into the office, be...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 25 April 1896

VOL. IX, SELLING Thomas Kane & Co.'s School Furniture. THE VICTOR FOLDING AND LOCK DESK! Also Stationery Top Desks at Reduced Prices. Maps, Globes, Blackboards of all Grades, and all other School Furniture, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Write for information to S. P. CARLISLE, FARMERS! YOU CAN GET THE Garr-Scott and Nichols & Shepherd Engine and Thresher, The Osborne and Piano Binder and Mowers, And Extras for all Machines at Half Price at J. M. MORRISON'S, Cape Girardeau. It will Pay You to Call before Purchasing Elsewhere. "Tfa SPRING, 1896! LYNCH & BEARDSLEE. Commerce, have their New SPRING Goods IN THE SHELVES. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats anil Furnishing Goods. Also Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Etc., Etc. Give us a call and we will save you money GAPE BREWERY & ICE CO., Manufacturers and Hot tiers of Standard Lager Beer, Extra Pale Beer, The Celebrated Spinal Beer! Ice Manufactured of Distilled Water. All orders promptly filled by Chas. Logel, Kelso, John Scherer, N...

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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. — 25 April 1896

r. r f i'-.r i It u I - HESCCnCOUmiffiffSBOY: FH1L. A. UArNKR, Fabllah. liBiNTON. MISSOURI. ' Chaw.m H. Voobhts, an ex-member . tt congress, committed suicide la his law office, tn the Darlrlson building, Jersey City, N. J., on the 15tt. ihk ureater Kew York bill was passed by the Kew York senate, on the 15th, orer the vetoes of the mayors of New York and Brooklyn. The rote was 34 ayes to 14 noes. i Tn house committee on territories held a special meeting, on the 14th, at which a favorable report was ordered on the bill admitting Arizona to state hood. The vote was five to two. Hkitrt 0. Frick, chairman of the Carnegie Steel Co., will build a nincr- nificent hospital for children nn a 40- scre lot at Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh. Pa., within the next year, at a cost of 8300,000. 1 Sk.2IA.tob Jrsrix S. Morrill, of Ver mont, the venerablo father of the sen ate, was 86 rears of age, on the 13th, and at night gave a reeeptlou to politi cal and personal friends to celebrate the occasion. : ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 25 April 1896

0 f- 1" '!--- 1 V i MISSOURI'S DEMOCRACY. tt Meets at Bod alia, and Has the V Bllvery Ring of 13 to L felanC Indorsed for rrealdrat, n the Platform riedfrea tha rartjr to Stand Br Time-Honored Principle and Silver. Dclcgatea-At Lars. Wit MAM J. Stoki, of Vernon County, Oionoa G. Vest, Kansas City. Francis M. CocKRKt.t,, Johnson county. Georoi w. ALLEN, St. Louis. Alternates. Joseph K. Rickey, St. Louts. Robert Fox, St. Louis, p. W. Shackelford, Cooper county. W. S. Logan, St. Louis. Congressional District Delegate. tDl?tr'5t-Dr- R Gllple. of Marlon ?-0,1.nK;,tio, Mlo county. Alter 5 ri.1" "a"on o Lewis county, and I F. Cottoy, of Knox county. .STn "'"ft-W. -M. Bads, of Carroll, and J D. Crawley, of Charlton. Alternates of Llna 1(anJo,PB' ""d C W. Green, Joh'ri ?!trtct-W. W. Mosby, of Ray, and W r nJZ??' .t"' 3- w- Perry and w. c. DolMc-r, ot uehtry. Fourth Dlslrl.t-C. F. Cochran, of St. Jo- S&. wJi E'. P"0"'0' NodaW Altor- ton?or MoTu 01 Platt0- Bn J- L- MI i"Th,?lV.rll't-J' D- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 25 April 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. PBit. A. Hafner, Publisher. Vr Year, in Advance 91 OO Jjn thvt on trar, 10 cent per month. For President. RICHARD P. BLAND, Of Misssourl. For Vice-President, BENJ. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. TALKS LIKE THE NEWSBOY. In his speech at Pertle Sring9 Senator Tillman said: "They tell you as an excuse for low prices that the cause Is found in over-production. If this be the eause, why are there over 4.000.00') of tramps out of work, marching up and down the road ask ing for something to do? Why are there so many poor wretches whose limbs are shivering for want of clothes? Why is corn rotting in t lie Missouri bottoms? Why is it farmers are unable to give it away at 20 cents a bushel? People out of work, bogging for bread and our bond-holding masters issuing $500,000,000 worth more at 3 per cent to add to our obligations. What a spectacle ! It was not until after 1873 that we heard of the tramp in America. And never until we get both gold and sil ver back to Wicir ...

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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. — 2 May 1896

vol. ix. IN THIS SECOND DEGREE. The Murderer or Mont P. Wade - Gets Ten Years. Friday cveuing of Jast week the jury in the case of State vs. Dave Matney, charged with the murder of Deputy Revenue Collector Wade, was selected as follows: Jesse Wyatt, L. S. Lee, John Tipple, R.J. Church, A. J. Williams, Thos. B. Dodge. E. J. Malone, J. B. Moore, J. L. Hale. W. B. Cavanah, A. F. Jerriis, Joe Hutchison. Saturday morning the taking of evidence b'gan. The evidence in troduced by the state seemed clear and corroborative, differing only as to mi. ur details. The testimony of all the witnesses for the State is substantially as follows: Mont Wade. JudgoO'Bryan, Judge Russell, C. W. Hawkins. Oscar Leech. Jas. Fowler. Jas. Humphrey, Wm. and Mike H isortr were in Bonnefon's saloon between 10 and 11 o'clock on the night of October 2S, 1S!5, con versing and discussing various topics and occasionally taking a drink. Dave Matney had been employed as assistant barkeeper during court and was on watch....

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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. — 2 May 1896

V? ;: .!:..:,-:v--V- ,'f-- I II: 3- 1. ?;. ' 7 ' 1 .u r ! rT : r if il I - v - A, .-V t . " - PHIL, JU UAFNKK. raUkfcer, . ! llliiNTOJf, ; M1SSOUM. Lxoft Sat, the distinguished politt trml economist, died In Paris on the Wit Till German relchstag, on the 2 1st, by a unanimous Tote, adopted a reso lution condemning duelling. ; Tire BothschiUls hae acquired a large interest in one of the leading ailyer smelting work! in New South Wales. Bt a Tote of six yeas to two nays the house committee on territories, on the SSd, agreed to report favorably a bill admitting Oklahoma to statehood. Thb French senate, on the 24th, unanimously voted the Madagascar credits, which they had previously re fused to grant to the Bourgeois min istry. On the 2Hh Secretary Olney received a cable dispatch from Consul-Ueneral Williams, at Havana, confirming' the news that Walter Dygart had been re leased. . A. S. Wilms, United States minister to Honolulu, and his wife and son were passengers on the steamer Austra...

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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. — 2 May 1896

Hi f t71TH HIS CONSENT. Alphetw Monwoffh bad made his pile M a speculator, principally in rails, but lie still amused himself by dealing now and again to the extent of $1,000,000 or o, although for general buslneaa he Aad practically retired from 'change. Ha Vras a widower, with an onlv danirli. tK Miaa Phyllis Monrough, aged 80-? nne, aanoaotu. blonde, who had taken UBthe study of science. I Phyllla had, of course, heaps of of- vera, eligible ana otherwise, but she had not met the man whom she cared to narry, awl, at her urgent desire, her father bad sent her to Harrard to en able her to pursue her studies. fll A . - . . uuv ncuv (u ma uuiverBity witn a nlnd fully made up to devote her life lo science and to abjure matrimony. In fact, as ahe herself put it, she had locked, up her heart and thrown away the key. t- But we are told that "love laughs at locksmiths," and, in confirmation there of, she had not been long at Harvard when ahe found herself head over cars in love with George...

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 May 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. 'Phiu. A. Hai-kkr, Publisher. Per Year, in Advance .01 00 Leu tkan one year, 10 centi per month. For President, RICHARD P. BLAND, Of MisssouH. For Vice-President, BKNJ. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. A SENSIBLE VIEW. Bishop Ryan, since bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Buf falo, died on April 10. On the fol lowing Sunday, at a groat meeting of Protestants, the following reso lution was adopted: "Resolved, That we, a body of Christains, rep resenting 40 Protestant congrega tions, assembled in Music Hall for special evangelistic services, express our esteem for the personal charac ter and public services, of Bishop Ryan and our sense of the loss of education, temperance, morality, and religion sustained by this community and by his diocese and our hope that the good work committed to him may be continued by a worthy suc cessor. The workman may die, but the work is immortal." In commenting upon the action of these Protestants the Buffalo Com mercial says: "I...

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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. — 9 May 1896

VOL. IX. SOUTHEAST NOTES. R. P. Montgomery, a schoolteacher and a shining light in church circles, was arrested and placed on trial at Bloom field, Saturday, charged with seduction, by Miss Fannie Mayberry who claims to be his victim. To back up her story she produced a babe iu court, which she claims is the offspring of Montgomery, and a huge bundle of letters that Montgomery had written to her in reference to marriage and their relations. Mont gomery was held over to await the action of the Gruud-jury. About five months ago Montgomery mar ried into one of the first families of Stoddard county. A youuy man by the name of John Abernathy, inbibed a little too much liquid lighting at Jackson, last week and is now very sore over it. Going home he fell olT his horse, tangled himself in the bridle reins, hung his foot in the stirrup and got in such a fix that the horse drug him for some distance and finally fell ou him. lie was almost completely scalped and his arm was badly hurt. The De...

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 May 1896

-A-,.- :.-- :..-. J. !-.. - . ' - - - '. Lv. 1 . V.- ' r' :3-.i Jpv'-A.---,.'., r r v. -.we--' ? 'J h 4- I;- 4. I, .-' . ivrV.V.:: s . ''''.' .:;'" 7 " THE SCOH COOM HSVSBOY. , THIU Ju lUriiU, FabUaBar. liEXTOX. . ... MISSOURI. Mrs. Boom-TrcKKii of tho SalTa Won army vm reported, on the 29th, danffertyisly ill In San Francisco. Vabrks FiM'tttt, who xr as inrolTed In the famous Mulligan letters with James G. Blaine, died at his home In Boxbnry, Mass., on the 90th, at the ffe of 71. Thx shah of Persia was shot and killed by an assassin dUfmised as a woman at the shrine of Shah Abdul Aiim, near Teheran, his capital city, on the 1st. : Trmr-osns political prisoners were deported from Havana, on the 30th, by the Spanish mail steamer. They are to be sent to the convict cstabllsment at Cent a, Africa. i The city of Cripple Creek, CoL, was visited by a second (Treat oonfia jura tion, on the 29th, in which many casualties and a loss estimated at 82, 000,000 were incurred. Fon the month of Ap...

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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. — 9 May 1896

1 ) me II r. - TILL . TAYLOR HAHGED. rhe Murder of the Meek Family Partially Avenged. )a rile Protecting HI I nnoeonca, and KxproMlna; Confidence that Ha mu Oo . log Straight to Heaven Taylor'! -. Laat Statement. . Carboixtoit, Ma, May L William P. Taylor, convicted with hla brother George for the nmrdorof ths Merks family near Browning, Mo., on the night of May 10, 1804, suffered the ex treme penalty of the law at 10:30 a. ra. In ten minutes after the drop,, fell the .'life that sacrificed four hnman beings in its lust for gain was extinct, and he died like a martvr. No man ererjooked less the murderer than did he as he stood there on the scaffold pale In death itself, swaying backward and forward with the rush of his emo tions, and yet calm and cold and brave. Even his enemies, bitter as thev are 'against him, marveled at the courage of a man who so foully murdered a woman ana ner little children. . From the sheriff's standpoint the .execution went off without a hitch There were n...

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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. — 9 May 1896

wnrtfffi iiigjasss SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A.' HaSERi Publisher. fVr Yea, in Advaflt. $1 i)0 jLVw tkilA M jMr, Id erntt per month. For President, RICHARt) P. BLAND, . Of Misssourl. For Vlce-Preskl?tjt; BENJ. R. TILLMAN; Of SoUfch Carolina. 1 1 THE CAUSE. In every city, village or hamlet lAay be heard the cry of distress and boverty, and meri are tramping from town to town scckiug work hud find ing it not except on some roVk pile as the convict of Hotric city or State. WoWefl work in factories or sew six teen hours a day at three dollars pir week, or worse still, sell their virtue for the bread that the men (?) of Arrier"ica deny them in exchange for the honest labor they are able and willing to do. fetich a condition of affairs bxist a quarter of a century prior to that time. There buffering in this great land. did not ajjo or was no Our na- lion was prosperous and the admira lion of all the world. We were proud of onr liberty, our' advancement and biW freedom from oppression, a...

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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. — 16 May 1896

VOL. IX. SO UT11 15 AST MOTES. M. A. Draco has been appointed postmaster at Charleston vice Cupt. Hayes, deceased. Oregon county is to have a new jail. They should be careful and not follow the example of Scott county and get it too small. Rans Owens, formerly a railroad conductor on the Iron Mountain, got into, a fight at Charleston and got one of his ears nearly bitten oil. In a breach of promise suit, tried at Jackson, last week, Ellen Yount got judgment against Chas. Haren berg for $1,000. Lookout, boys; be careful what you say. The. Madison County Democrat says that some people "borrow their neighbor's paper and thus get the news like the tramp gets his break fast by sponging." Correct. A Cape county overseer warned his road hands to appear for work Monday morning. On Sunday they went on a fishing spree and on Mon day only one man was able to show up. Southeast Gazette: If the Demo cratic party adopts a free silver platform at Chicago it will elect the next President and revolu...

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. — 16 May 1896

..7 ". "J :'VT iv i..r'- i. -iv '; ': 'V': .'? :v I It 7 'itf;,; ' A-' -fj .I' " THE SCOTT COUffl NEWSBOY. PHIL. A. UArNKR, rbl!her. MISSOURI. Th sum of ,t00,000 war Indemnity from China to Japan was transferred to tho latt&'r's agents tn London on the 8th. if. uou Kobth. tho "Mtrate KInirr so called because of his immense inter ests in the nitrate beds of South Amer ica, diod suddenly in London on the. 6th. ( Tns Indiana Republican state con vention, at Indianapolis, on the 7th, Instructed its delegates to vote for Mc Kinley at the national convention as long as he was in the race for the pres idential nomination, '' Thk Venezuelan commission's chief historical expert, Prof, Georpe L. Burr, of Cornell university, sailed for Holland, on the Sth, to investigate the Dutch records bearing upon the Gui anian boundary dispute. !, By a vote of 81 to 141 the house, on the Sth, refused to concur in the sen ate amendment to tho naval appropri ation bill reducing1 the number of bat tleshi...

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. — 16 May 1896

- .1 II I ' - i'-V- If -r ; ..... T :. 1 WRECK . OF THE HYACINTH. I "ppo.i nd ho pitched forward. strfV. I PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. I nmti Ktr o r r-rikT I nrnir 1 xra wrm 1 Mora Ooo4 I w It wii -wild night. Tho llphtninc i . "rnpunre me artillerr ,f heaven boomed and rolled, then washed, a U the very skiea were rent In twain to deliver one mighty Wow. Etreets were transformed Into leaping, tushlng rivers by the terrible downpour of rain, while the brenkera on thnt tone, dreary New England coant seemed to defy the challenge of tho roaring Btorm. The fleet of small fishermen had setir Wed to a safe anchorage early In the afternoon. ' : "May God help any ship and crew that gets on a lee shore to-nlgH, lads," noberly remarked Capt. "Josh" Hard Ing, of the lifeboat, to a few of his men, , as he stepped to the door and peered oat Into the opaque darkness. The government at that time hod not erected the neat, cozy life-saving sta tion with all Its modern appliances to rescue a crew from a stra...

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. — 16 May 1896

,r v.. :;v i ft It I If V? ' : Is. . 1 . V I-: 1 i... !-;fe' SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY, Pmu A. JIatsks, Publlsbor. Vr Year, iAdm.., 91 00 tkttn one year, 10 cent per month. For Presideat, RICHARD P. BLAND, Ot Misssouri. For Vice-Presidcntj BENJ. R. TILLMAN, Ot South Carolina. ALTGELD ALL RIGHT. . The governor of Illinois is one of the greatest men of today. Although .the "bought and paid for" organs denounce him as an anarchist etc., be hits the nail squarely on the head every time he opens his mouth. Altgeld is all right and can stand up right along side of Missouri's gover nor. In referring to the situation at Chicago and throughout Illinois Gov. Altgeld said: "The people of Chi cago are overwhelmingly opposed to the single gold standard and the whole bond-jobbing policy of the Federal administration, and will Bend practically a solid delegation to the State covention in favor of the free coinage of silver. There area few men, mostly adherents of or office holders under the Federal adm...

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