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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 27 June 1896

VOL. IX. SOUTHEAST NOTES. Dexter Messenger: A small cy clone visited Dexter about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon and blew down a two-story brick building in process of construction, unroofed tlie shav ings house at tho Hoffman Heading factory, unroofed the Lucas saw mill and blew down the smokestack; blew down the smoke stack and part of the shed at Chancey & Bertram's grist mill, blew John Lemon's house off the blocks and demolished Lemon's smoke house. Gardens, orchards and growing crops in tho storm 's wake were cut up, by tho hail which fell and the wind blew much of them away. Fences, trees and out houses were also blown down in various parts of the town. Southeast Missourian: A report reached us Saturday of a shooting scrape on board the steamer Thistle, last Tuesday evening. The boat had been laying at tho log landing of Ham McCormack Tuesday. During the day the mate and captain quar reled. After the boat had pulled out from the bank, two men were seen on the hurricane dec...

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. — 27 June 1896

3 YS (tf tor?? -i' ,1- t . rKlNLEY, OF OHIO. i Ai HOBAUT IfEW JERSEY. A? : ms of the Republican ional Convention IT.. r.J " it and Vice President of tha states The Platform De ; lrC? rot the Gold Mone Si Ury Standard. Jay buttons Made Attar a Cnatla- ia Session Lasting Over ; 1 ' " Nine Hoar. 4; 4 St Louis, June 14 The tattle lias ; ' ewotWght In the Republican na-v- Mksd convention. William McKln--Ji" of .Ohio, is the nominee of the '- ' rty""e,v president and Garrett A. ' "rtyvrif. New Jersey, for Tiee-presi-XJjlMform distinctly deelar- 0f gold monetary standard. J JClio Only really sensational feature '!;,ol the convention was the withdrawal .?-ol some of the western silver leaders, headed by Senator Teller, of Colorado, --j sua event that had been discounted a' previous declaration ot inten--. ''-I- tion. The proceedings, as a whole, were f -:-Ct the cut-and-dried order, the results . . being practically as thev were manned Out by the McKinley managers; so that while There has b...

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 June 1896

-":- THE SCOTI OTfflMSBOI. jPKNTQy. , . . MI8SOUBL This foftraistrtetderaocratlocoiiven.. Uous in West Virginia eleoted lree siL Tr men to Chicago. The delegations, will stand solid for free silver. ; 0 the 17th the aery department ao eepted the torpedo hoat Ericsson from the builders, the Dubuque Iron works, of Dubuque, la., and the last payment f 18,000 was made. I TAn-UBES thronghous the United States for the week ended on the 19th were 70, as against 2S8 for the corre sponding week last year. For Canada the failures numbered 28, against at fast year. ! The . filibuster . steamship Laurada havlnjr again escaped the fire of hostile Spanish gunboats, and once more in friendly waters, passed In the Dela ware capes, on the 18th, on her way up the rirer to Philadelphia. "William C. Whithet, on the 18th, "declared very positively that he was not a candidate for the presidential nomination, and woulcl not attend the Chicago convention as a delegate, but simply as a private citizen. i Ho...

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. — 27 June 1896

-:' - -OUNTY NEWSBOY, .'."A.'.Hafnm, Publisher. A tii Advance ........ A. $1 00 t vte.yrar, 20 ctnti per month. '" For President, .tfftlARD P. BLAND," ', Of Misssourl. , " For Vice-President, . BENJ. R. TILLMAN, y Of South Carolina. s Ftrue patriots. hundred and five delegates to Rational Republican convention, met at St. Louis last week, against the adoption of a gold jard platform, and about half jany declared their Independence . walked out. of the convention as , fooo as the gold standard plank was J forced upon the party by the corpora ISoV hirelings and agents of Wall Street.. Jfhe men who walked out were JhoTiest nu n; true men; Western men V men vinf were true to their DeoDle. "Si'nat' r Teller, of Colorada. was the Mvxii;i?.-vl leader of the West, and v h iu do declared that he and his tti-ty had come to the parting of the ways, he was followed by the fear less and honest Republicans of the West. Today Senator Teller is the great test man in the country. From all 6veftho na...

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. — 4 July 1896

VOL. IX WORSE, AND MURE OF IT. How tlie Tax-Payers ot Scott County are Being: System atically ltobbed. Io Benton jail is one John P. Myers who has been "boot-legging"whiskey at Diehlstadt. About all we know of the matter is that he was "con victed in ten cases" and that he is to serve out a sentence of forty days. Do the wheat, corn and melon raisers of Scott county understand what this mpans ? It means that they must give up more than five hundred bushels of corn, or two hun dred and fifty bushels of wheat, or Beveral cars of melons to pay for one days' mismanagement, or "sharp practice," on the part of our prose cuting attorney. John Meyers sold whiskey at "Diehl stadt, in a small way, without either a government or a State and county license. Since the government is more able to look after such men than the county, the case should have been reported to the Federal authorities and the case would have been dis posed of without any expense to our people. But our prosecuting attorn e...

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 July 1896

rHIL. A HACKER, FablUhor. UBSTOX. . . i. MISSOURI. How. Mark Bassa's Lakewood (0.) villa was entered by a burglar, on the morning of tho 20th, who secured $300 worth of Jtjwelsand S70 In money And escaped. Th twenty-fifth anniversary of J. B. Anvil's presidency of the fni rerslty of Michigan was celebrated at Ann Arbor, on the. 24th, with appro priate Ceremonies. Joseph K. C Forrest, one of the founders of the Chicago Tribune, and jan editorial writer for many years on Chicago papers, died, on .tho 23d, at his residence in that cty. The Indiana State Bar association was organized at Indianapolis, on the S3d, at a meeting of lawyers from all oyer the state. ien. Benjamin Har rison was chosen first president unani mously. Americas greon goods men are operating in Japan, and complaint has been made to the state department by some of the intended victims through United States Consul Mclvor, at Kan agawa. Yaiixres throughout the United States for the week ended on the 28th were 217, as 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. — 4 July 1896

OURTH OFrllllV O-DAT It freedom' natal day, we'll keep It on the farm, Recalling how our grandslres atood In battle' heat find Btorm How once they .- foiiRht bpneatti tHe flaff WhOK0 Mara rlth vlnrw ahlnjm. And saw the sunlight kiss It on the plain of Brandywlno. Methlnks adown the aisle of tlm the drums are echoing still That beat the Ions roll, sharp and clear, that day at Bunker Hill; I seem to hoar the bugle notes that sounded in the glen when, swooplnz down upon the foe, came Marion and his men. It atlrs my blood as I recall the yeomen of the farms Who led their horses from the field when Freedom called to arms; 8h found them ready for the fray, ah! you remember how Ths news that spread from Lexington found Putman at the plow. The farmers of New Kngland gathered fast from near nnd far When Stark marched up to Bennington tu dim Invasion's star; They formed a Spartan phalanx which no British steel could break, .And play'd the deadly gam of war with Liberty the stnko. With hearty ...

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. — 4 July 1896

r 4 t.--.:. r : , SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. ', i i " I 1 ' "oil Ftm,. A. Hafxer, Publisher. J Per Year, in Advance.. ....... .fj 00 Less one year, 10 cent per month. For President, RICHARD P. BLAND, r Of Misssourl. For Vice-President, BENJ. R. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. THEIR ONLY ARGUMENT. The Seott County Democrat savs that Phil Hafner is a liar. He "is content with this bare statement and does not even attempt to prove it. It seems to us that Hafner stag ers upon and tells some pretty hard truths at times, especially when he is dealing with the politicians and their acrobatic actions in Scott coun ty. Dexter Messenger. Yes, he (or, rather, they) are con tent "with this bare statement." That is the only answer they have. They never attempt an argument or explanation. They dare not. Abuse is their stock in trade. For eight years we have, in no uncertain lan guage, exposed the sbady transac tions of some of our "leading citi zens." Their reply is always the same "it's a lie." When thei...

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. — 11 July 1896

VOL. IX. SOUTHEAST NOTES. Iron to u Register: We learn of a singularly destructive stroke of light niug near Brunot one day. last week considering its opportunities. Dr. Parr and Charley Stevenson had put up recently a string of fence made of boards and two s,trands of barbed wire on top. It was a full quarter of a mile long, with the posts about seven feet apart. The lightning struck a tree standing about the centre of the line, and, jumping thence to the wire, divided, one moiety of the electric fluid running to one end of the doomed fence and the other taking the opposite section Root and branch work was madeof it, for the fence was torn into pieces the wire melted, the boards broken j and splintered and the posts, save just seven, torn out of the ground and thrown about promiscuously. New Madrid Missourian: Misses Ida Woody and Katie Pepper filed suit against the school commissioner yesterday in the circuit court to com pel him to issue to them certificates of the first grade. T...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 11 July 1896

..iW'; ',v- 5" i" v" ' .. . '. v. . Vr . ' 7 1 -v . . i-V". 1 , ' 1 iV. I v' SCecODMMSBOT. , iii ti . , , , ran. a. hasher, phiiehr. UENTOU. - . . MISSOURI. Mrs. Barrirt Brrchrr Stows, tha Author ol "Undo Tom's Cabin," died at her home In Hartford, Conn., on the 1st. Vicr-Prrsidrrt Stbvkssok arrived !n Chicago, on the 1st, from Washing ton en route to his home In Blooming ton. His wife and family accompanied him "' N JULYJ896 ; '. Sm. Hos. Tit Wet tbvJ Fit I Sit ; , - .. , ! w m .. 1 2 3 4i ; iiiiiijs 6 jj 8 ; 20 2 22 23 24 25 J 26 27 28 29 30 31 Trodebt statement, Issued on the 1st, showed a net Increase In the pub lie debt, less cash In the treasury, dur ing June; of 81,820,853. Total cash In .he treasury, 1863,005,635. Turkish troops en route for Sauran, Syria, revolted at Jlddah, on the 1st, and refused to go any further until their arrears of pay due, from 1894 to -ne present time, was received. KX-COXQRESSMAX JoHS W. KlLLISQKR died at hla home in Lebanon, Pa. on the night of t...

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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 July 1896

.-F HIS NEIGHBOR'S WIFE. . r o. In lonclr stste, . " Ke scross the way. -- Into home, where early, late. At ail hour thlnirs were bright and a. A couple, young and free from care Ala, how dreary seemed my life. r2L,h. wat b,lthe n1 wltcVns; fair. The girl I culled my nelgl bor i wlfj. ' , One year ag-how could they ruegg . That glimpses of their paradise. . And tokens of their happlnea. Were oft observed by envious eyes 1 learned to Late the other man; ' I swore that he had wrecWd my life Tor. could I have but changed the plan, - Bhe a not have been my neighbor's wife. Ons year ago. And now there sits Beside me, witching, fair and gay, The tfrl I loved, and now there flits Another girl across the way. Tat I'm not false, nor flck'e he; - And he and I are friends for life. Bh was his sister, don't you seeT And now she Is hln neighbor's wife. Ella, R. Pearce, In Brooklyn Life. A COMEDY OF ERRORS. It all came about through listening nt the parlor door. Eavesdropping is always a reprehen...

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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 July 1896

i SCOTT COUNTY NrTSBOY. . Phil. A. Hatmkr, Publisher. V 1 wyla jMii. . ....... ..91 00 . Xt tkt ome fmr, 10 cents per Month. j.ji " For President, RICHARD P. BLAND, tv Of Misssouri. .1,- For Vice-President,-BENJ. R. TILLMAN, , Of South Carolina, i SENATORIAL RACE. 1 Tho senatorial race in this district Xvill be a mixed affair. The nomi nating convention meets at Charles ton next Tuesday, and all tho can didates seem to have about an even fctart. The candidates are J. E. Marshall, of Scott, Dr. Mayes, of Duuklin, Ben F. Walker, of Stod dard, and Dr. O'Bannon, of New Madrid. While Judge Marshall will have a little advantage in the start, it is hot probable that he will prove to be u "drawing card." It is well known that the Newsboy does not favor Marshall, yet we shall try to give an impartial squint at the situation, as we see it. Judge Marshall and his managers liave displayed very poor geueral fchip. When the contest for delegates was decided in Scott county, not an opponent so far...

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. — 18 July 1896

VOL, I2C. MURDERED. The Lifeless Body of John Ab ernathy Found in the Road. Mrs. Abernathy and Her Brother Held fur the Crime. Between 5 and 6 o'clock Saturday morning John Harrison found the dead body of John Abernathy lying in the road, about 200 yards from the county poor farm. Harrison re ported the ghastly fiud to Poor Farm Superintendent Black, who viewed the remains and reported the matter to the authorities at Benton, who in turn, notified Coroner Tomlinson at Morley. Several parties from Benton went down and among them were Deputy Sheriff Guptou and Treasurer Lam bert. Friday evening Mr. Gupton bought a hog from Abernathy against th? protests of Mrs. Abernathy. Aber nathy delivered the hog, however, and received five dollars in return. He went to the saloon, took a few drinks, swiilied himself with a pint and started for home. Saturday morning Messrs. Lam bert and Guptou drove to the Aber nathy residence and found Mrs. Ab ernathy on the porch. Pretending that they knew noth...

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 July 1896

I - i BRYAN AND SEWELIi . . V- The Standard-Bearers of th; Fw Silver Democracy. , z. Proceedings at tbo ttojnoc ratio National Convention at Chicago That Nom inate tho Ticket on a JTrea - mini Platform. Chicago, July 7. Following are the Vroceedin(rof the Democratic national conventions FIRST DAT. Tha Proceedlnrs. At IS:R0 Chairman Harrlty ot the Democratic national committee rapped for order. He re quested tbe sergeant-at-arms to clear the Blslei and sea that everyone took their seats, t Prayer was offered by Rev. E. V. Stlres, rec tor ot Grace Episcopal church, ot Chicago. : Then Chairman Harrlty, In slow, deliberate ' waw said ; j Gentlemen of the convention, by direction of the Democratic national r-nmmlttiA. T 1Im !to report the following as the temporary or ganization 01 tne convention : Temporary chair man, David B. Hill, ot Mew York. I Then there was an outbreak ot applause which lasted tor two minutes. Thereat of the organization was read as fol lows: ; For temporary secret...

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 July 1896

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. rBII. A- HAl-HEB, PaUltkm, MISSOURI, Tin United States treasury rcftcrre, it the close of business on the 7th, was 1100,678,803. Tmt president spent very little time, on the Oth, reading bulletins from Chicago, but enjoyed the day fishing, accompanied by his private secretary. Mba. W. Wuislow CnAinrici.1,, of Al bany, N. Y. requested that the wom an suffragists be not heard by the Committee on resolutions of the Demo cratic! national convention, and they Were not Oommodomc Josefh II. Tookkb died In New York city, on the 7th, aged 60. During the days of Jim Fisk he was Commodore of a fleet of sound boats, among which were the old "Bristol" and "Plymouth Rock." Akotbkb expedition, composed ot three ships, is said to be about to start for Cuba. Two of them will be armed to fight on the high seas, while the third will carry arms and munitions under convoy of the others. Late advices from Mashonaland lay that Plummer's column, composed of British and friendly Zu...

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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. — 18 July 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. PniL. A. Hai-kir, Publisher. Jfrrr Year, in Advance. ........ .fl 00 Lm tfci one year, 10 centt per month. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEWALL, Of Maine. BRYAN AND SEWALL. The big Democratic convention at Chicago adjourned Saturday evening, after nominating the brilliant young orator, statesman and free silver ad Vocate from Nebraska, W. J. Bryan, as their presidential candidate, and Arthur Sewall, of Maine, also a free silver advocate, as vice-president. The convention adopted a clear and ringing silver platform, which is pub lished on our third page. For the first time in thirty years the people, through representatives Vvho regarded their interests and wishes, have selected presidential candidates. There were no Mark Hannas, no Chauncey Depews, no Plats, Quays, Thurstons or other millionaire corporation representa tives permitted to play a leading part at the Chicago convention. Wall Street was represented there, b...

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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. — 25 July 1896

VOL. IX. THE PRELIMINARY TKIAJU Mrs. Abernathy and Her Brother Held tbr the Murder of Jonn Abernathy. At about 10 o'clock Saturday fore noon Sis Abernathy and her brother, Thos. Tike, were taken before Squire Schoen for a preliminary hearing. Soon after Sis entered the court room she began to snort, faint, carort and fall about as if at a cross-roads camp meeting. After being freely douced with water she '$ame to," and as she took her seat she warned the offi cers to prepare the "faint bottle." Jailer Gupton and Treasurer Lam bert were the witnesses for the state and testified to the finding of the' dead body, the bloody hatchet and dub, the arrest of Fike aud Sis, and their contradictory statements sub- staotially the same as appeared in last weeks' Newsboy. Mrs. Abernathy was then put upon tho stand and testified as follows : "The night Mr. Gupton bought the hog (the night of the murder) I told John if he went and spent that money for whiskey I'd die before he should lay around th...

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. — 25 July 1896

1 J U. Hit, A. nAWtM, FmMhfc i. ' ' UBSTON. - - . MISSOUM. ! Th Intended visit of the English amateur athletes to the United States hue been abandoned, several members ol the party being ont of condition. i Gold withdrawals from the treasury. on the lBth, amounted to tU, 000, leav Ing the reserve at the olose of business at 196,166,2931. None of the gold with drawn was for export 1 . - 1 Gold withdrawals from the treasury, on the 15th, amounted to $1,184,000, leaving the reserve at the close of business at 807,355,278. Of the with drawals on the 15th 9000,000 were in Voin for export. Tns democrats of the Fourth In diana congressional district met in convention at North Vernon, on the 16th, and nominated Bon. William Steele llollman, "the watchdog of the Treasury," for congress. ! Uosf. Vm. a Holmax, the "watch dog of the United States treasury," was nominated by the democrats of the Fourth Indiana district for congress. He Is now 77 years old, and has served longer in congress than ...

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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. — 25 July 1896

, x il:?y- fey - "$yV '. ' :y i :'.:. "Vr !;.. y i ' A ; ; .it-" v-. -. StV r .. ... . ' v. i 'Vt1S : v v K V -.'t. ; - - "7,. . ' THE-SONQ OF THE ROSE. ' J birds nd butterflies played together. S"was summer, and morning, and sunnr weather. Th forest aparkled and grow apace, The field put on thtlr fairest face: And down In a garden a little wild roes, laughed : "I am the sweetest flower that , . . stows." . . ' fall hot at noon did the sunbeams glow: 1 The garden burst Into spleadld show Of lilies stately and popple bold, Of hollyhock and of marigold; But, swinging gayly, the little wild roM raw: "i am the sweetest flower that r blows.' The nartlna- dar had fired lh . ffhere strayed to the garden on aimless quest 'A baby, with hair that had caught the sun, And a laugh like brooks that at morning . run. Then the wild rose crimsoned and hung Its head, For 'he la sweeter than I," It said. M. Elolse Talbot, In N. Y. Independent TWO GOOD TURNS. i BI WALTER LEON BAWTER. lose half there is...

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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. — 25 July 1896

it i. 1 ' SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A, Hafjjm, Publisher. ' iVr rir, in tatacr-. . $1 00 Lrn tha one year, i0 centt per month. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Ot Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEW ALL, Of Maine. THEY DON'T LIKE IT. With very few exceptions the met ropolitan papers of the East hare de nounced the Chicago platform and are either advocating a sound money Democratic ticket, or else are whoop ing things up for McKinley. But tvhat else could we expect ? All the big papers of the East, and many of the South and West, are owned by organized capital, and are simply its mouthpieces. In order to give our readers an idea of the gold sentiment of the East, we take the following Irom the New York Mail und Ex pre . . "The essence of the free silver pop ulistic platform adopted by the Chi cago convention is anarchy. No wild eyed and rattle-brained horde of the red flag ever proclaimed a fiercer de fiance of law. Blushing, the Newsboy wishes to admit that the Mtil E.rpre ha...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
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