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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 23 May 1896

a VOL. S. IS. PltESS ASSOCIATION. Met at Capo Olrardean and i Members Were Royally Entertained. The Southeast Missouri Press Association held its semi-annual meeting at Cape Girardeau on Fri day and Saturday of last week. The meeting was well attended and to say that the quill-drivers were sur prised at the cordial treatment and courtesy extended them by the busi ness men and citizens of Cape Gir ardeau is putting it mildly. After a brief meeting in the Gun Club rooms the editors were invited to the court house where they were welcomed to the city by the Board of Trade. Ex-Mayor Albert presided and the evening's entertainment was opened with a song by the Normal sextet. Major Dennis delivered the ad dress of welcome and pointed out the many business enterprises and ad vantages of Cape Girardeau which he said, he hop.?d the newspaper men would investigate before leaving the city. On behalf of the association Dr. Holmes, of the Piedmont Banner re sponded in an appropriate manner. Judg...

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. — 23 May 1896

.':iiY"' ' y,, t':-v.. :: 't y y ' S.V.V 1 1: v."V I'vfii";.: . i l.f : : . it-. '''' " 1 i miU A. HATOU, FaMst!, liEOTON. MISSOURI. ' Tn comptroller of the currency rw ceived notice, on tho lath, of the fail lira of the First national bank of El Beao, Okla. ... 1 Th signing-of a protocol between the governments of Argentina and Chill has removed a threatening situa tion, and it is believed that there is now no cause for anxiety. Tint house committee on , public buildings and grounds, on the loth, or dered a favorable report on the bill of Mr. Little (Ark.) to prohibit the sale of intoxicating liquors in the capitol building. I m I Prtncb Itprbidb, who claims to be the hereditary heir to the Mexican throne, has been expelled, it is report ed, from the Metropolitan club of v anhington for conduct unbecoming a gentleman. t The act making provision for the deportation of refugee Canadian Creo 'Indians from the state of Montana, ;and their delivery to the Canadian au thorities, was appr...

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. — 23 May 1896

T --. .. .: - ... , J ; i , , , , ' , i . ' m It if 'if-"1 ' .... ?, IV" SJLCEICODfflllEfSBffif. tUlU A. UAFMEB, FaMIaha 4JENTON. MISSOURI. THS BLOODLESS SPORTSMAN. .1-" all the birds without a, Emerton. ' I jo a-RunnlnK, but take no stun: , I Ann without a polo; i,". 8:003 .R,imo Rnd catch such fish -A ault a sportsman's soul; hoKH,:h0,CSt gRmo thal thr) ore" And the best fish of the brook, are never brought down by a rifle shot Ana never n caught with a hook. I hunt for game In the trees, . Or fish that awlra the seas. , A rodlcM Walton of iho brooks. A bloodless sportsman, I Uf2r tha thou8hts that throng th I The dream that haunt the tky. rrb9 dreads mBJ for th" fcuntcr The brooks for the fishers of song: To the hunters who hunt for the sunless . game Tne streams and the woods belong. There, ere thoughtB that moan from the . soul of tha pine, ?d tl,,lt In a flower bell curled; And Je thoughts that are blown with the cent of the fern Are as new and as old as the world. Bo, away! f...

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. — 23 May 1896

' . r i. V .' '.. 'J . .t .... ' r :. ; SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. X. Hafneh, Publisher. Per Year, iit Adoftiice ...... . , 1 00 Ijts th'tn ime ytnr, JO cent per month. For President, RICHARD P. BLAND, Of Misssourl. For Vice-Prpsitlout, BENJ. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. - UNCLE SAM SLEEPS. The revolutionists in Cuba continue to hold the fort. It is about time for the Spanish government to recall Weylcr and "bring on another hoss." So far General Weylcr has accom plished nothing but persecution, bru tality and murder. The rebels are practically in control of all Cuba ex cept Havana, the capital. The flower of Cuban youth is in the nrmyof the insurrection. In its ranks are many physicians, lawyers, drug jtfists, professors, artists, business men, etc. The insurgents boyan by destroying their own property in order to deprive Spanish Iroona of shelter nnd sustenance, but now destruction is carried on by both sides, but by the insurgents on a much larger scale, and propose to continu...

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. — 30 May 1896

-"VOL. IX. SOUTHEAST MOTES. At Donne Terrc, last week, a house was struck by lightning and a bod on which a woman was sleeping was set on fire. The woman escaped unin jured, but the house was wrecked. The Commoner: The Gold-Dol-larites assure us that we would have a panic if we should remonetize sil ver. There is no doubt of this. Twentyfive men in this country could unite and create a panic to-morrow, if they so desired. This is the condi tion of things we are going to remedy, even if it costs a panic. In Cape county the Republicans are trying to get up a debate be tween a gold standard Democrat and a free silver Democrat. Let the free silver Democrat discuss the issue with some Republican gold bug and then, if he wins, as he will, he will have accomplished something. There is no particular glory in a Democrat turning down a Democrat in a closely contested county like Cape Girardeau. The town of Dexter has passed an ordinance which prohibits bicycle riders from wheeling on the side...

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. — 30 May 1896

M'.-'i'-v'r'. ' .':. ; rati. A. rabllaaar. ; ttttXTON, MISSOURI. Or the tii ex-United BUte Senator Wm. A. Wallace died In New York city. Mr. Walleo had b em serioasly Ul for several month. Tin Regular Army and Navy union. In session at Washington, Installed Its. new officers, on the tlst, and ad journed to meet next year at Kansas City, Mo. ' Tm senate, without objection, on the 19th, confirmed the nomination of Hon. John ft Tarsney, of Kansas City, Ma, to be associate jnstlce of the su. preme. court ox uauanoma. ' Tbbbi was tinTelled at Fort Mill, 8. C, on the 2td, a monument erected by an ex-slave owner and an ex-con federate soldier in honor of the faith ful slaves of the south during the war Tbk German relchstag, on the 19th, passed a resolution granting the gov eminent a credit of 3,000,000 marks for the purpose of adding 430 men to the military force In German Southwest Africa. ' The conference on the river and harbor bill, submitted on the 20th, showed a final agreement on al...

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. — 30 May 1896

1 ' ,i .if. - ; Si1-', . t. r r. t-fti-.'.-i X." . ;. . 4 1K fXlr dor passed. m sun was low; I stood enwrapped In Ita fading light. And the west was touched with Ita warmth and glow, Aa It welcomed the bsimjr night. Ska t stood by the road In my dream of Joy, I Was touched hv th muffled ton Of the funeral drum, while the soldier bt.jr was Dorne to nia rest oione. I followed the bier to the lonely grave, With a IwBrt Hint swelled with rrlde For tho deeds of the noble hero brave Who for hla country died. And I Withered the lilies for hla winding hect. Ve.de wreaths of tho flowers that grew or ine way, And laid them down at the hero'a feet. This sad Memorial day. And every year as the time goes by. And the evening sun lights the western skv, I I gather the flower that grow by the way, And weave into garlands fragrant with life, And go to the rrave Memorial day, To give him hla laurels he won in the strife. Lydia B "Walsh, In Home and Country. .AEANEStManIn UUJH 1Y.LV Jl JL" ' ORXIXG," ...

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. — 30 May 1896

1 SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pirn.. A. Hafxicr, Publisher. yVr Vmr, t Admnet .......... $1 00 Lei thorn nut urtir, 10 cent per vwnth. For President, RICHARD P. BLAND, Of Misssouri. For Vice-President. BENJ. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. ABOUT OUR MONEY. For some time the Newsboy has been pounding away trying to ex plain to the people of Scott county what is meant by the money ques tion. . While we do not doubt that the people of Scott county are as well posted as the people of any other county, yet we find farmers who do hot understand the fundamental prin ciples involved. For this reason we shall attempt to explaiu in an A. B. C. manner, the history of our finan cial trouble. Every country has, in all ages, had a medium of exchange a measure of values something by which to measure the price of something else. This measure of values may be cop per, coon-skins, tobacco, corn, or any thing the custom of the country may udopt. It is termed "money. " It is used to measure values just the sa...

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. — 6 June 1896

VOL. IX. SOUTHEAST NOTES. Frederiektown News: Last Thurs day evening Mr. John Vogel, living four milos West of this city, killed a black snake in his chicken house which measured 7 feet 4 inches in length and on cutting the snake open in his stomach were found seven young chickens; one red bird, two English sparrows and four hen eggs. Mr. Vogel vouches for the truth of this snake story and the fish story men will please take a back seat. To give our readers some idea what is meant by interest bearing bonds, the town of Rolla issued about $30,000 in bonds to build a school house some twenty years ago. There is yet $11,000 of this debt outstand ing aud the Rolla New Era says that the principal and interest will cost the people of that town $100,000 before it is all paid. Can you real ize what is meant by intrrcsf ? Ironton Register: Nick Algier, who lives about nine miles south of Ironton, one day last week killed a spotted serpent seven feet and six inches in length, and has. the ski...

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 June 1896

iij COa? CDUKT? MffSEOY. - HIt. A. HArilM, riUtakM ilfctfTON. - . - MISSOURI. TwjrrT deTOtees of the wheel wers pieced, on trial in the police courts of New York city, on the 85th, for "scorcMnfr on Sunday. In nearly every inatance a fine of two dollars was Imposed, but in several cases the sum was increased to five dollars and ten dollars. ! Ojf the nhrht of the 20th, the corona- i ! -. Ha . iisu wi lasnsr ana czarina was ap propriately celebrated in Washington by a fete given by the Russian minis ter, Mr, KotzebuA The grounds sur roundloff the fcouse were illuminated, and the MftMne band furnished musie during the evening. Tot United States supreme court, on the 25th, affirmed the decision of the lower court holding that the Horsa ex pedition was a violation of the neutral ity laws, and sustaining the judgment against tapt. moorg. The judgment ns relating to Mates Johansen and Peterson was reversed. I On the 2th the president returned. without his approval, to the house of represe...

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 June 1896

.':... . .. , .'v '... k " "' .,, -." ' )' ft; is . - - IP THE STRICKEN CITY, Death and Desolation Reign Jtampant in St. Louis. frightful Hrtoc Wronght by the . v J Terrible Tornado. The Death List is Appalling, But How Great is Yet Impos 1 Bible to Tell. Daya of Toil Necessary to Disen. . tomb Many of the Viotlms. be U of Injured Will Foot Up Hun dreds, But the Aggregate May Never be Known. The Property Loss Will Foot Up Many Millions of Dollars. . St. Lovib, May 28. The terrible epi demic of storms and tornadoes that Sias devasted various portions of the icountry during the past few weeks seems to have reached its culminating .point in St. Louis and vicinity Wednes day evening, resulting in a scene of widespread destruction difficult to realize and an aggregate loss of human life that when the full tale Is told will reach into the hundreds, while many hundreds more received injuries that will long remain as a reminder of one of the wost disasters that ever befel the western portio...

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 June 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pun.. A. Ha'sko, Publisher. i'er Year, in Advance $1 00 Lt than one year, 10 cinlt per month. For President, RICHARD P. BLAND, Of Missouri. For Vice-President, ' BENJ. R. TILLMAN; Of South Carolina. "DEBASED" WHEAT. Suppose a few farmers had in their control nil the wheat and corn in ex istence, and succeeded in having the different nations to declare that wheat was unhealthy for bread and feed stuff, but that only corn should be used for this purpose 1 Would this not at once cause the production of wheat to cease (as the miningof sil ver has ceased) and create a demand for corn? Would not the price of wheat go down while the price of corn went up ? To carry the illustration still fur ther, suppose these same sharpers succeed in including in this law that every bakery in the country should have a limited amount of wheat bread in its show window just to fool the people with a playcard stuck over it, viz: "This bread has been tested and declared unsound by the 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. — 13 June 1896

VOL. SOUTHEAST NOTES. In bold, blackfaced type, the Duhk lin Democrat has this to say: "The levee tax-payers would like to know what has been expended for salaries, bonuses, attorney fees, lobbyists' expenses and every other item of expense. They would also like to know what amount of scrip has been issued, for what purpose, what amount has been redeemed and what amount is yet outstanding." Bro. Caruthcrs had better be a little careful. The first thing he knows he'll be accused of trying to "perse cute" somebody. Of course the St. Francis Levee Board is made up of "leading citizens," "inflooential" and "honorable" men, and the plain; people ought to bo ashamed to in quire as to what becomes of the money or taxes they pay. Jackson Cashbook: Eev. Marvin Haw preached the baccalaureate ser mon at the Baptist church here last Sunday night to the students of the Training School. The sermon was one of the best we have had in Jack son. Mr. Haw is a talented j'oung preacher, and what is bett...

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 June 1896

iV f-T : 3 a: r -f - , 1: V H'. ir - KOI? COUliTY HKffSBOY. ; , THIIa A. HAFIIKB, Publisher. liEXTON. MISSOURI. Cson. Rhodes arrived In Buluwayo, on the td, and toot with an extremely cordial reception. He was entertained at a banquet in the evening. Trta senate, on the. Si, passed the river and harbor bill over the presi dent's veto bjf mora than the neces sary two-third Wjorlty yeas, 60; nays, 6. The Orepon legislature, Just elected, is republican in both branches. It will stand about as, follows: Semite-Republicans, S5 opposition, 6. House Republicans, 36; opposition, S4. ' Tiik Yale University crew and the Amsterdam Rowing club are the only foreign entries in the race for the grand challenge cup in the llenley re gatta which will take place in En gland next month. The treasury official statement, is sued on tho 2d, showed a decrease of all kinds of money in circulation dur ing May of SlM22,79St, and since June 1, 1895, of y:.0O0,00O. The per capita circulation is stated at 521.3...

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 June 1896

V 1-1 t i I i t if . 1 . - . , .1 t ; -' 4 ! M ' '?k v.: ? if',;. IP?'- ,;;,;o; -.'. ItELlEF AND REPAIR - . Arb Watchwords In St Louis and . - Bast St Louis. .. U Ballet CommlttM Ara Oottlnc Offlelsl Dmth List. I f Tha 8trlekra City. ' 8t. Locis, June St. Louis is grad- bally pull'D herself together after her terrible experience with the tornado, and the work of relief and repair is being reduced to system as rapidly as possible. .Months will elapse before the stricken districts recover fully from the appall Ing disaster. Psobably years will elapse before all traces of the storm are en tirely obliterated. Time will never be when some of the surviving sufferers shall wholly revive from, the shook they received, ,.. To these people the loss of home, their destitution and their misery are merely secondary Borrows; tholr last ing grief is the loss by violent death or from fatal injuries of close and " dear relatives and friends. Ti,i jrreats affliction will follow them through life. No ...

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 June 1896

F 4 A I ft . W.. 12"' -1 . a 11 SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pint.. A. Hafser, Publisher. Pr Year, in Advance.., 01 00 Le than one yar, 10 cent per month. For President, RICHARD P. BLAND, Of Misssouri. For Vice-President, BENJ. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. AN. EYE-OPENER. Last Monday's convention should be an eye-opener to the common peo ple of Seott county. It was a con vention similar to those of former years which caused our farmers to drift from the Democratic ranks and join the Populist party, which, at one time, numbered nearly one thousand strong in this county and came so near defeating Hon. Marsh. Arnold for Congress in his own county. It is true that the Marshall men had a majority. No one expected Mr. Marshall to be defeated in his own county when no other man was here to oppose him, yet, just because they had a majority it does not seem that it was necessary for the bosses to have everything cut and dried be fore they entered the convention hall and then railroad it through w...

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 June 1896

"VQUj. IX. SOUTHEAST JTOTES. ' Ironton Register: Many people are greatly surprised by the state ment so often repeated in these days that there will not be another leap year for eight years, and find It diffi cult to understand why. Our present calendar was adjusted by the master mind of Julius Caesar, forty years be fore the birth of Christ. Men went through succeeding centuries, reckon ing their days, months and j'ears by the Julian system, with the feeling that the matter was settled for all time; but there was really' an error of eleven minutes and ten seconds in every year, and in 1582 this bad amounted to ten days. The time 'of Easter, by which all movable feasts of the Church are dated, was thus thrown out of place and season; and in consequence, Pope Gregory XIII., to remedy the trouble, ordered that October 5, 1582 should be reckoned October 15. Further than this, to prevent a like necessity arising in the then far-distant future, Gregory also decreed that every hundredth y...

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 June 1896

4- I : ; - , . ,.-- " ' . . .";-,,' .4. ! . '.--"3V j .' ' Y" v Si . rv V i ranu a. tcatmbb, rebiisher. toRJlTON. . MISSOURI. f. I response to a resolution, the mo. fwtary of state, on - the 8th, Informed h Mnata that there were no aliens employed In the iUU department . . tFOSTHASTKB-OSRKBAL WlLSO hu enlod the privileges of the mails to VL A. Clack A Co., of Kansas City, Ma, and Chicago. The firm sold devices for cheating at card playing. ,' 1 Jtook Colxixb, of Albuquerque, N. on the 18 th, ordered the receiver of phe Atlantlo A Pacifio railroad, here After not to blacklist any member of the American Railway union, t " ' TnxMormon eolontsts tn the Mexican atates of Chihuahua and Sonora desire to buy American goods instead of the (English, French and German supplies jwhich they get from neighboring Mex ean towns. ' tarn battleship Massachusetts was put Into commission on the 13th. She will ibe commanded by Capt. Frederick Bog , tors, and will be assigned to the Atlan tic squadron. S...

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 June 1896

.1 4- ' ' ." ,' '; r-'. 1 ft c f o - EHi8 SCOfJ COOm B1WSB0Y. "lit. A. UAMKKK, PnblHhr. l'.ENTON.. . .. . MISSOURI. : THOUGHTS AT EVE. ,W1im ths "flickering firelights flamln ihMnwi nn tk. null .... , " Wl. M17 tJKBL, .17 com" t0 hoW n1 haunt me with And mr heavr heart turn backward. To the happy tlm. ol childhood, to the , jvuiuiui otT OX Ola. . Karljr scenes and early pleasure now are ifiviunm to my eyes; Deeds and words of playmates distant luruujmj rouna my neart will rise, Now I hear their childish laughter Una N within ancestral halls. And their hurrying footsteps loudly sound within the ancient halls. For In kindness now the distance answers t to my longing sigh, When I think of what to-day ! and the . tui uve gone oy. For In fancy now I listen to those tales In Childhood told Feats of valor done In battle, done by Nor onr souls were little doubting that the stories they were true, And our throbbing hearts would echo every . , . ' unu vur ncro a no. Then our lives were full o...

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 June 1896

r i.1 t'",V'..' COTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. ."aft. A. lUrstR, Publisher. y. ,r Year, in Adtxnc. 1 00 than one year, 10 eenu per month. ,' II), J-.-L.J1I - II . .1 B For President, RICHARD P. BLAND, Of Misssourl. For' Vice-President, BEN J. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. ": OUT ON A "TOOT." . ' Judge Marshall, Senator Wm Hun 4-Aa fknrfl fttMA tnflltAM , tial eentlemen of Scott county, came in on the evening train Thursday and remained uutu the following morn ing. Bloomfield Vindicator. : Yes, Senator Hunter is taking i wonderful interest in the senatorial race just now. While he is a red hot Administration man and an admirer of Cleveland, Carlisle, Francis St Co., and while he is opposed to having this country adopt a "cheap," "de based" and "dishonest dollar, yet he is perfectly willing to spend his time and money in canvassing the district for Free Silver (?) Marshall. Somehow, that's funny, but it is just that way. Mr. Hunter is not , one of those men who spends money unless he can see s...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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