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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 1 August 1896

VOL. IX. As Seen by Editor Carulhcrg. In a lengthy article on the Sena torial convention, at Charleston, Editor Caruthers concludes as fol lows: "The liiteli in the credentials com mittee was over Pemiscot county. The county had elected 7 delegates to cast its "700 voles. The county was understood to be for Dr. O'Ban non, of New Madrid for senator. Three proxies were telegraphed and afterward sent by hand to ex-Senator Hunter to vote for Marshall of Scott. The proceedings of the Pem iscot convention showed that the delegates present at Charleston were authorized to cast the entire vote of the county. Dr. Byars and Mr. Herbert were present and claim ed the right to vote the county 's 700 votes. Mr. Hunter, a resident of Scott county, wanted to cast 300 of the votes, claiming that the written proxies in fact made the principals present in the convention. The committee decided against him and the convention sustained the com mittee. Any other decision would have been a dangerous preced...

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. — 1 August 1896

THE SCOTI COM! OTSBOY. ; M,SSOURj!l NE" I tans miL. A. HAFNKK, Pabllahaw MISSOURI. . Thb treasury fold reserve, at the close of business on the 21st, stood at 1839,803,8(15. The day's withdrawal were 8164,100. Failckem for tho week ended on tht 54th were 281 for the United States, against SOS for the corresponding1 week of last year, and 29 in Canada, against S7 last year. I Thk body of Col. Daniel E. Hunger ford, father of Mrs. John W. Mackay, who died at his home in the city of Some, on the 20th, has been embalmed, and will be brought to America for interment. ! R. T. Frtr, president of the Illinois State Horticultural society, who was Asphyxiated by gas at the Great Northern hotel In Chicago a few days before, died in the Cook county hospi tal on the Vlst. : The treasury gold reserve, through the action of the New York national banks in depositinr 815,250,000 in gold, stood at the close ot business on the 23d at 8101.881,770. The day's with drawals were 8-39,400, taken for hoard ...

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. — 1 August 1896

WAN ANlJTvATSON. the Nominees of the Popull'et Nal W . tional Convention. las; asst. Louis-It Hernscd to In. dona Hew.ll n Bryan's Ran ( , tog Mate. ., - r Following U a synopshi of the pro fceedtngn of the Populist nntlonal con Mention hold at St. Louis: 1 ' ' FIRT DAY. The Proceeding L AwIS:J? the conTen'on wns rnllr-4 to order by Mr. Taubeneck, chairman of the nntlonal Chairman If. E. Taubtnfek. committee, and the proceeding were opened (with prayer by Rov. W.R.U Smith, of the Third Bnptifit church of St. Louis. Got. Wllllnm J. Stone of Missouri was in troduced by Taubeneck, nnd delivered an ad Idress of welcome. j Hon. Ignatius Donnelly, of Minnesota, re sponded to Gov. Stone's nddress of welcome, j The chairman asked such members of the 'executive committee as were in the body of ! he hall to step up to tho platform. Among 'those who thus advanced was Mrs. Mnry Kllen Lease, who was warmly cheeted. Chairman Taubeneck Introduced as temporary chairman (of the convention Senator Il...

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. — 1 August 1896

V A SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. '.. Pa"- A. Hafser, Publisher. Per Year, in Advance. ..... PO Ltt than one year, 10 cent per month. For President, . WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEWALL, Of Maiuc. WHERE ARE YOU AT? There never was a campaign in which the line9 were so elearlvdrawn as the one to be decided this fall, On the one side are the interest gatherers and stock gamblers. On t he other side are the farmers, laborers, mechanics and producers in general. To which class do you belong ? On the one side we find those who produce nothing, but are able, through the purchasing power of their gold, to enpy all the luxuries of life. On the other side we have those who produce everything, but by the grace 01 ineir landlords ana creditors, are permitted to barely exist. To which side do you belong ? On the one side we have arrayed against us a class of people who want ineir uouars to ouy as much ot our products as is possible. On the other s'de we have a far greater ...

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. — 8 August 1896

VOL. IX. IT IS UNJUST. The Eight Negroes in Our Jail Should not bo There. Last week several Commerce lie roes got ou the outside of too much beer and proceeded to "make Rome howl," In other words they disturb ed the "peace aud dignity of the vil lage of Commerce" to a considerable extent, but they didn't bother any body in any other part of the county. Commerce is an incorporated town and lias a mayor, a marshal 1, a board of trusters and a calaboose. It collects a license of three hundred dollars per year from each of its saloons, and is amply able to attend to and preside over its own little dis turbances of the peace. Although the negroes had created considerable disturbance and tried to fight, the town authorities of Com merce seemed to realize that the offenders had no money to pay a fine and were not anxious to saddle so much cost upon their town, conse quently they concluded that if they could saddle the expense upon the county it would be a load oil their shoulders. Of cours...

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. — 8 August 1896

t'.t: f if? II I; ' wmmmmimi ran. MX HAJTHKB, PabllabaT. HKNTON. " 'a. MISSOURI. Tn treasury defloit for July, i shown by the statement issued c the 1st, was, 1S,125,790.67. ' Th national committee of the peo ple's party, otherwise the populists, trill make Washington the headquar ters of the organization. , Thk president, on the SOth, appoint ed John Sheridan, of West Virginia, a government director of the Union Pacific Railway Co., vice Fltzhngh Lee, now consul-general at Havana. Thk executive committee of the Na tional Irrigation congress met in Den rer, Col., on the Slst, and arranged the programme of the annual meeting to be held in rhcenix, Ariz., December lo, IS and 17. At Dayton, O., on tho 20th, Henry D'.pple, a night watchman, threw some water on a fire he had discovered In a frame house, and electricity from a crossed wire passed through the wa ter and killed him. Failvhks throughout the United States for the week ended on the 31st, as reported by R. G. Dun fc Co., were ....

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. — 8 August 1896

I? SCOTT COlTYmSBflY. r ' tnVl HAfHBB, PoblUbmv r iiRjrroN. . . missocbi. A MIDSUMMER SONQ. " !wbi en the star of tha morning la gleam. - JJtha ky flashes pink with the glory Jinn nfirvntaaa maiima a . - - m nai normal tne coming or day. , . iw hen dewdroDS snarkln mrA - - miu gtm iien una lawn. ; When forests and fields ring with music. xuen, neyi ior ine miasummer dawn. , nmcn iiib meaaowispowaerea wunaaisiea. Ana the clover Is calling the bee, When the doddIcs are flame In the earden. - And cherries are flame on tha rc- When the mowers seek rest and refresh. ment Where the elms are bestowing the boon Of the shade of their pendulous branches, : Then heyt for the midsummer noon. When the breeze brings the breath ot the - flowers The perfume of lily and musk, When the moths are flitting like phantoms, When the fireflies flash in the dusk. When the birds have caroled their vespers And the lonely whlppoprwills grieve, .When the glow of the sunset Is fading, Then hey I for the midsumme...

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. — 8 August 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. Hafkkr, Publisher. ir Tear, in Advitnc $1 00 tie than one grar, 10 er.nlw prt month. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEW ALL, Of Maiuc. NOBODY'S BUSINESS. Well, it seems that the Newsboy tnan is always getting "his foot in It." It seems that he is always dab bling in something that don't con cern him. According to the ideas of Rome people, a newspaper man has do right to meddle in matters unless he is personally interested. We take & different view of it. It is our opinion that a newspaper man should be as a watch-dog. He should watch the movements of designing and un scrupulous citizens and politicians and warm the public. He should Rive a word of warning in case of any encroachment upon their rights. This is all the Newsbov has attempted to do. But the subsidized press of Pemis cot county thinks different. On more than oue occasion has the Newsbov referred to the 40,000 acre land steal iu Pemiscot couuty, ...

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. — 15 August 1896

VOL. IX. SOUTHEAST NOTES. The Newsboy is not the only paper that has ami is expressing displeas ure at the action of the so-called 'Senatorial convention at Charleston. Only the "organs"' of the combine Are trying to binooth the thing over, "while tlis newspapers of Dunklin, New Madrid and Pemiscot county, and the Charleston Enterprise have Jiot seen fit to endorse the farce. In its last issue the Dunklin Demo crat has this to say: "Maiden has occasion to feel worse over Dr. Mayo's defeat than Jvennett ; but we want it understood that the wrongs done to any Dunk Jin county citizen is the concern of every citizen of the county. And, unless we mistake the temper of our people, not alone the "Kennett poli ticians," Stoddard county will know, .before two years, that the treatment ;f i)r. Mayes is considered the con cern of all. And now in conclusion: The Democrat wishes Bloomlieldand Dexter much joy on their punctili ous union with the statesman from .Scott. There may be some trouble Mv...

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. — 15 August 1896

mi '1:1 1r f r ft?-;- TO! SCffTT COPSTT HEWSBOY. THIZ. iu UATKBIt, PsbUsher. UKSTON. . ... MISSOURI." ; Oh tbe 8th Mayor Pingree of Detroit M nominated for governor of Michi gan by the republican state conven tion in Grand Rapids on the fourth ballot. 1 Th United States consul at Batavia, - Java, has Informed the state depart ment that the Javanese export duty of six cents per 100 kilos on sugar, abolished June 1, 1893, was restated 3une 1, 1890. Tn Nebraska state populists' con vention at Hastings, on the Cth, nomi nated J. B. Meserve for treasurer, but left the other of the two oOices origi nally requested by the democrats attorney-general -blank. Thk trial tn Brussels of ilaj. Lothair, the officer of the Congo Free State who was accused of illegally ordering the execution, in Africa, of the English trader and ex-missionary, Stokes, end ed, on the 0th, iu his acquittal. Gov. Altokld of Illinois was in Den ver, on the 6th, on his way to Glen wood Springs, Col. He said that he was c...

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. — 15 August 1896

- - i ' s ' -i v i ., , V ' ' a.;',' :. i eM- 3. 'if-'. THE SCOTT COUNTY MEWSBOT. FBMa A UAFMEBt PabllahOTx BBXTON. ... MISSOURI. HIS IDEAL. ' Mr lore la like the rtue is .When every bloom that fclowa la Blushing with the beauty o( the sunny aide , of dawn. Her voice la like the Ringing Of the mocking blrda a-swlnglng Xnd a-calllng in the columbines upon a southern lawn. Her Hps are like the tulips That onen when the dew Una The fragrance from their petals and sows it on tne wind. Her smile Is like the glances Of the sunny light that dances In tho romping rlpt'les of a river uncon- nnea. Her eyes are brilliant brown eyes; The sweetest eyes In town. Eyes That make one wish to worship her upon tne bendd knee. Her glowing hair Is golden, Just shadowed with an olden Tint of bronzen red, like hues of ancient tapestry. Her form Is round and winning, With no endlrg or beginning, To Its curves of wond'rous beauty, that astoninn ena amaze. And the woman's heart within ltl Ahl one would Btriv...

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. — 15 August 1896

"B : i f .f , -::. si?'- :- If- la COUNTY NEWSBOY. imu A. Hapmir, tVblisbcr. Per Tear, in Advance ....... ,fl 00 t tint nt ;wr, 10 cenUper month. THE REASON WAY? Tlie Benton Record says that the nly Democratic paper iu this Scnar torial district that opposes nominee John E. Marshall, is the Scott County Newsboy, which against bin be cause Marshal was one of the county Judges recently thai did not cive the -Newsboy the county printing." 'Charleston Enterprise. Bro. Martin, we regret that you teee fit' to reproduce that which np jears In an "organ" so unreliable. The county court records of Scott ouBty wnil show that the X-ewmjoy lias bceA awarded the county printing tor the past eight years and espec ially so when Judge Marshall was on it he bench. Judge Marshall always. favored the Newsboy, and it was uot lintil we published, rrrbntlm, the pro-: feedings of the August term of the V?oiaty court, 1S'.4. that Judge Mar- fchall formed an nKiancc with the. "organ" uud began o denounce th...

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. — 22 August 1896

' ''V ' J i m ' r-' ' , I CO fIN VOX. IX. BE33STT03ST, MISSOURI, .A.TTCJ-TJST 22, 189S, 3STO. S3 SCOTT NEWSBOY, 1 TY 1 Jtliiii V SOUTHEAST NOTES. 'The editor of the Poplar Bluff Re publican says: "When we were pub lishing a paper in 1872, lit. Vernon, III., in the second story, a store was opened in the room under our office. The senior proprietor came up stairs and contracted for three columns for twelve months,' locals each issue and ;2,000 dodgers every week. He re marked that it was a snap to get in to town where the other business met did not advertise. This firm . started on borrowed capital. In less '-than three years it had money enough to start two new stores, one in St. '.Louis and one in Sedalia. It dis solved partnership and each partner took a field for himself. Byron Nu- gent was the partner who made the contract with us, and who is now senior member of B. Nugent & Bro., '.the great St. Louis house. He not only owns the store building and ground but is now erecting...

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. — 22 August 1896

HS SCOTT CODM HEWSEQT. Villi. A, B-aVFNKB. hblliMk EXXON. - . MISSOURI Wmt eonatantly rislnr tempera tii rp, A.id the thermometer at DA.S in Providence, R. L, on the 13th, 11 deaths ' ! iroin prostration were reported. Two ttTKTHED survivors of the One I i.'ivd nmt Fourth Ohio regiment e .v'J on MmJ. MoKinley at Canton on t 13ih. The regiment had been lioldiug a reunion at Maasillon. ii i - - in, A ll chartered banks in Halifax, N. t-. announce that, beginning on the 17th. they will charge a discount of five pt-r cent, on American currency at all their offices in the maritime prov inces. Tub London Times publishes a letter iron Havana, which fives the evidence of a high military officer that 25 per cent, of the Spanish troops in Cuba are on the sick list or are unfit for duty. Miss Clara Babtojt, president of the American Rcil Cross society, and her aids, arrived at Buda-Pesth, on the 11th, on their way from Constantino ple for Germany. All of the party were well. J. D. Archboi.d, o...

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. — 22 August 1896

' BRYAN NOTIFIED. The Oeremfny Witnessed and En Joyed by Thousands tfhe TOM Madison Square aardenJFram rtoot to Roof The Wife of lb UeBroeratlo Nominee the Flrrt to Becelre en Oration, New Yobk, Aug. 13.-William Jen bings Bryan and Arthur Bewail were iormally notified Inst night that they were the choice of the democratic party for the highest offices in the gift of the people of the United State. Whatever might be the political In cllnations of any person who attended this grand ratification of the JS tnocracy at the spacious Madi son Square garden, ho must have neon permeated with the blind est prejudice not to have been thrilled by the exoitoranut and the en thusiasm which prevailed during the entire tiinetho notiBcation ceremonies lasted. The presence! of so stupen dous a crowd of human beings was in itself an eloquent tribute to the im portance attached to the occasion. And sv ch a crowd as it was. Men and women poured into tho vast audi torium through many inlets. They came in...

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. — 22 August 1896

SCOTT VGPCKTV .NEWSBOY. . IhHL. A. -Hafner, Publisher. -Vr Tear, in Advance. ......... ?I 00 4ea than vne year, 10 cenlipcr month. ;SItrVlIR STILL ADVANCING. the enemies of the common people Van no longer make faces -at us ami ke"ll us tbmrwe areadvoctttinp;a"fifty ewt dollar. " The silver agitation is ea3ing silver to steadily advance in price, and" the silver in a silver dollar wbich -was only -worth about fifty scents ayear ago, is now worth seventy Vxrits. SiWsrwill continue to rise, and as the evidences of a victory of the com mon people over the money changers oerorae mure apparent, me more val uable will become silver, and it need taot'BUrprise-us If the silver in a sil ver dollar reaches the value of ninety oents by November. Free coinage is all tbttt ie necessary. Jnshackle the people's money the noney of our fathers-end it will take caro of itself. Loosen the chains hhat degrade it and abolish the dis crimination iii favor of the money of 'the rich, And the "dollar of our ...

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. — 29 August 1896

1 : " ?. 4: -X - VOL. B3UaSTT02NT, MISSOURI, TJGrCT3T 23, 1S96. 2STO. 33 I've Beon 3?Jolo2To 2 Si h .2 w w w "Wo T7ant your traclo, pjid in order to got it we realize the importance of tailing yon, in Plain Language, just what we can do for yon, and why yon should trade with us. " SCOTT CO ft TV NEWSBOY. 1 il 1 6 f II r RECBVED A Man always wears a happy A "Slrulty" Story. A man living in "Egypt," a sec "tien in Sou'ierji Illinois, noted tor its malarial climate, lies a larye fainily, AiU of wh v.n have the ';.shakes"Tcj-uit;T. 'ilchu-shit un.m ' -a novel plan of utilizing tfc'.t aiilic-i 'tion. Ueinii dairyman he baiit a; larye ehura ov.rated by a spr!:!' -board. Everyday butter is made.; vH tluis .explains the op.Ma-ion: j You see,"'he sai'd, "none of u- do' .-any extra work; so I call it -clear i profit. Monday's my wife ainl I shake; Tuesday Jim and Sallie shake; j l7eilr.e.sday, Bob and C Jor-e; Thurs day, Ella and Minnie; Friday, T.iai j and Bill; and Saturday, Charlie and J 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. — 29 August 1896

I. t--4L. ) --w "J ft ''" " - - .r. ' ?-. - - V. .y ; LrrA. i ,if Li W Lj. Hit A. BAntKS, fiMMw. BUTTON. MISSOURI. tn director of th mint U endeavor ins; to increase tha tnonthlv eoinaga of (fold Md silver at Ml tho salnta. . Official flfrurea on government rs . celptssnd expenditure! for the last oaenl year show a deficit of 2i,2o, , EZ-COSBKSMAK RA2TSOM W. " DOS- BA.M, of Chicago, died m Springfield, 'Mi, on the night of the 19th, of 'apoplexy. Thb Ohio Oil Co., the Ohio branch of the Standard, will, it is said, reduce the wages of pumpers in all the liuck eve fields from 954 to $50 per mouth. Siscs the opening of the presiden tial campaign the republican congres sional committee has sent out more than thirteen million political docu ments. Ox the 31st the O'llara Waltham (Mass.) Dial Co. notified its employes that after August 30 the dial works would be closed indefinitely pending the advent of better times. A!C entire absence oi ostentation characterized the funeral of Miss Alar...

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. — 29 August 1896

w& SCOTT COUHTY OTSBOY. f . tntU A. I1AFKEB, FoblUhr, MISSOOIU. r NIGHT. teh, lovely night, thou comeit with bless- To weary souls rrown restless with de-l- spalr. Thou brlngest gentle sleep to close their eyelids, And banish for awhile each haunting . care, , "Ul tlrtA chlw uPn "t mother's They lay them down and gently, sweet- .nd aSmZin U" ' happy ttth l tands!"' Journcjr'' ln ,alr (ummer They see again old friends, long since de- parted; They feel once more the touch of van ished hands. Sickness and sorrow, poverty and pain ( Are gone until the morning dawns again, shlnetb hPPT' ,ove the golden sun m Ih7ighfc" th6 prosPerou BUl hearted"1"16" 0neS the broken" F,nr!lght.aC,e, PeaC8 Bnd comfort the - rvL?o.t,a.rr'.ngi ",eeP 'na ",ecp br,ns ' tP b'jtTob"v,on of all pain and care. - M. Lancaster, In Chicago Record. A PUNCTUliED TIRE. I defy anyone to produce n more per fect specimen of tins bicycle kind than I was when I left the manufacturers' on a beautiful May morning just two ...

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. — 29 August 1896

v . .- - v - j.,nr nltsiioy.v t '.:X".TJ A. &ATSM, Publisher. -v - ...,..... - 7 ..--'.. -'V'" & om year, 10 cent per mouth UTKatlON, lEMOCRAttt.. "Notice lalierefcy grven that a meet log of the Vtnocratic Central Com !nittee, of Scott couuty, will be held In Benton oa ' 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd, a8JC, at 1:30 o'clock, p. tn. "Biltt. F. Allik, 'Chairman. VERY MODERATE. Even the frold organs of tbo ; East admit that Mr. Bryan made a grvat hit In Madison Square Garden.' The only loop-hole they have '.is that he raid not make au "impression tipou the thinking people' According 4o the Eastern idea of It, no one but bankers ever "thiuk." Below we I print tbo comment of some of the' reasonably conservative.gold organs of the East: ' New York World: It to a very foolish' mistake in the McKinley newspapers, to ridicule or attempt IT DON 'T ' MATTER. 1 " The great patriots of the United States who are doing all, in their power to prevent a .poor .man from being paid lor his labor 4 n...

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