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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 5 September 1896

. , ; .'V.W;' Mi-. r.. . t . VOL, IX, BEisrTonsr, Missouri, sefteimbeje. s, isse. nsro. 30 I,,V Been Tliere CEIVED !! We want your trade, and in order to get it we realize the importance of tolling you, in Plain Language, just what we can do for you, and why you should trade with us. "2?ESE3SE3 IjOW 3PR.IOES: till ' ' . ' GAR OF FALL JUST RE t S'-;.;- . , ; A Man.alvays wears a happy 1TT.AVAS a tut cat day. Prof. Vandivor nml I.on Wil liams Address the Peo ple at Uran. The speaking and barb'cuo at IViKxT.aud Park, lust Saturday, was largely attkMidod. Althuii;u all the iliU'i'i'tnt cacdidatos had Ivou uotifiod by k'ttt-p, only Loa Williams and 1-Tof Vandivir responded. Hon. JVlarsh. Arnold, under ditvctiiXis of tin? State eiiitmiitteo, was called to the west end of the district and could jot be present, while Hon. 11. N. l'hillips was absent foi" the same reason. When the train pulled up for Oran the cornet baud struck up a lively .ittir as Prof. Vlaodiver stepped from the train. He...

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. — 5 September 1896

': 4 i If FT'. : i"i":''- i i' o r,' ' -:.r?--. . 'J mil. A. HA FN KB, PsBlasBMr. fcfcJfTOX. r MISSOURI. Th esar and csarina left th palace t Peterhof, on the 8Mb, on their way to Vienna, where the first of their Visit will be made. Thb Ssn Francisco Examiner-Jour-fears transcontinental blcycl relay race started, at noon of the 25th, from the Examiner business office. An iu Aense crowd witnessed the start. A TKLKQiu.it received on the 27th fcy the chairman of the committee on arrangement of the District of Colum bia, indicates that Mr. Bryan will be in Washington between the 15th and 20th of September probably the 17th. A LABOX nnmber of telegrams and letters of congratulation on the strength of Maj. McKinley's letter of acceptance were received at the head quarters of the republican national committee in New York city on the 7tn. Tbk national campaign committee of the socialist-labor party, on the 27th, Issued an address to the workingraen of the country appealing to them to rally ...

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. — 5 September 1896

-1. ' " . , , . ''V l .V,. " 1 .v:,. " 'AH ifiSAtO.BOM tUZZLE.1 One morning, early In June, I was ent for by my employer, the head of detec tive agency, and fonnd a visitor with him. Ihe latter rose when I entered, mid the chief formally introduced us. ' "Mr. Vincent," he said, addressing the rentleman, "this la Mr. Borland, the detective whom X had been speaking to you about." Mr. Vincent bowed and I returned the salutation. "That is my card, sir," he aid, handing me the piece of postebortrd aa he spoke. I looked at thecal; Hborethcnntne: "Mr. Horace Vincent," and in the corner the name of Mr. Vincent's firm, "Leggit ft Vincent, Assaycrs to the Bank of Great Britain." "We are in great trouble," said Mr. Vincent, after a short pause; "vc hnve reason to believe that one of our as sistants is robbing us daily of the gold dust which passes through his hands." "Indeed," I returned; "then why not have the gentleman arrested ritotu-e?" "That is impossible," he said "quit Impossible." "May...

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. — 5 September 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. J1 , 1 1 1 ttl , 1 1 1 L JF ' '' " U L , Putt. A. Haf.NER, Publisher. Per IW, in Adeanct. l. . . ;". . . '. .$1.00 Le than one jrfr, 10 cent ptr month THE BABY BORN. , A conglomeration of . so-called sound money Democrats met Tat St. Louis last week and held what they are pleased to term a "Stateconven tioa." Through tho liberal distri bution of railroad passes the presence of about four hundred delegates was secured, and all wore broad cloth and diamonds. It was an as sembly of bankers, coupon clippers, railroad attorneys, brokers, govern ment office-holders and even our own Wm. Hunter, who made the great silver speech when he put inootn tnation Judge Marshall, at Charleston Is reported by the St. Louis papers as being present as a delegate. Mr. Hunter denies this, however, and it is only a questiou of varacity between Mr. Hunter and the St. Louis papers. He was in St. Louis at the time. However, returnirg to the "con vention," they nominated a State ticket by...

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. — 12 September 1896

vol. rx. The Mexlcau Dollar. The latest deception of the gold men is the introduction of a lot of Mexican silver dollars into this coun try as an "object lesson." The National banks make a speciality of them and get off what they are pleas ed to term "jokes" by offering them to customers. Last Monday evening the editor happened to bo in the big mercantile establishment of L. F. Klostermann, iu Capo Girardeau, and it was but a short time until the proprietor and the editor were so mixed up in the discussion of finance that both seem ed happy that a substantial railing separated them. Presently Clay Phelps dropped in, flung a Mexican dollar onto the desk saying, "there's some of your free sliver." Mr. Klostermann picked up the Mexican coin and handed it over to the editor saying: "There is a Mexi can dollar that contains more silver than our silver dollar, but is worth only half as much. Why is this?' "Because it has not the stamp of our government," replied the editor. Mr. Klosterman...

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. — 12 September 1896

' TUVU HATMBB, FMI MISSOURI . Km. Aovzs Brrr, of Indianapolis, 1 was, on tta 4th, elected president of the Woman's Belief corps at St Paul, MAM, TH-DDftV 6V CLAMSOlt. of Omaha, Neb., wu, on the 4th, chosen nmander-i-Wf of the Grand Army of U "Bepubllo for the ensuing Tn public debt statement, Issued OH the 1st. showed & ntkt InmwM In I the public debt, leu cash In the treas ury, during August, of 13,S43,683. XKet cash in the treasury, V343,S4S,40(k . Tra American stearashin Laurada. aid to be a Cuban filibuster, and er roneously reported wrecked bv treach ery oft the Jamaica coast, oieared from Port Antonto for Philadelphia on the I Bight of the Sd. Thi Utah commission, on the 1st, nbmitted to the secretary of the In terior its annual report, detailing it 'work from July, J 895, to January 1, 1806, the date Utah was admitted to ' the Union as a state. Ox the 1st Secretary of the Interior David R. Francis bade farewell to St. Louis and departed by the fast mail tram for Washingto...

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. — 12 September 1896

-,v V 1 AODR -AND BUCKNER. . Ti TJckafc KtH&lnated by the Gold r-. '; . -Democrats, 7 r-aeeodlaga or tha K. I tMaal CnimHM af the National Vem-jratte ratty Held at , ;'! ' " IMnpnlla, ' Ihmahapous, Ind,, Sept. 8. The weather to-day a all that could be de " sired for the holding of the regular Democratic: national conTention. The . hour fixed for the assembling of the . convention wai noon, but the pas. sage of the noon hour was only marked by the rendering of "Old Hundred" b ' Ui band, ; 1 ' . Tha ProeeexMnti. '? "' A 18:90 Senator Palnrer who bad taken a , seat on the stce at rnmporary chairman, rose . and called the convention to order In a lew an. -. propriare words. Iter. Jetm Hnien White oBered tao opening 8raar. ' Kaprescotative Outawaite, of Ohio, read the call for the convention, which wan frequently Interrupted by cheers. All tr.terenee to sound money was loudly applauded. TorrlBo no plana followed meatloa ot Clereland s name n reading. TheeallbC state bslna ordered and...

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. — 12 September 1896

li 7 -. il .LZZTTt COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pmu A. ZIapkkk, Publisher; ' Vr I'm r, fa Advance ; , .fl.00 Jj$$ tin one r, JO e(t jwr month - EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL., ,;, It la so often Asserted by tbo gold advocates that "the free coinage of silver will only benefit the silver tnlne owners;" that "the cost of min ing silver has been greatly reduced," and that "tho silver mine owners can take fifty cents worth of silver to the inints and have it coined into a dollar." Such argument Is very liable to de ceive people, and since the entire Campaign of the gold men is a cam paign of deception, we must adintt ina i ine aoovo is aoout as good as they have in stock. For the sake of argument let's ad Jait that their theory is correct, and that the "free coinage of silver will only benefit the silver mine owners," Is it then not equally true that the free coinage of gold only benefits the gold mine owners? Wo never hear j them say anything about this. Won tler why? Any man who has gold bullion can take it...

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. — 19 September 1896

VOL. IX. BANKERS I1A1CD AT WOltK. They nre lM-akhtj Inquiries as to How Things Stand. The backers and money-lenders of this country -are "up to their cars" Ib politics. Thcyare working as they never worked before. They find that they can no longer stand around, look vise, appear indifferent aud have their hired attorneys and "states men" run the polities of the country. Of course, there are exceptions. There are bankers and money-lenders w ho have as deep an interest in the welfare of the country as the masses. But they are exceptions and not the rule. As rule, wherever yon End a bank you will find a Wall Street agency. You will find that they arc whooping things up for McKinley and the gold standard. They are pros pering under the system that causes till others to suffer, and they want to hold onto their job. Among other schemes adopted by the-m, they are sending cat '"person al" letters to the country merchants to ascertain how mutters stand. Last week the Silver Dollar Store, suc...

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. — 19 September 1896

' MOm. A. lLaJrKKlt, raallaa ii ' ' ' ... BKNTON. . . . MISSOURI 3oma JJ. Cuta Co., of Altoona, the largest lumber and builder' applies firm la central Pennsylvania, assigned, em tha 8th, for tho benefit of creditor, ' 1 oonsequenoe of the receipt of a peremptory British not the sultan of Tarkey Issued aa trade oa the 10th, ordering that to expulsion of Arme nian from Constantinople be stopped. Fohtt representatives of sewer pipe manufacturers (about all there are In the country) met in Pittsburgh, Pa., on the 8th, vo form an organization to establish prices and abolish comnetl- Uon. Linsi Palmibi, the Italian meteor ologut, died, on the J 0th, aged 89 years. Be was born at Facchlo, Bene vento, April 83, 1807. For several years he waa director of the VesuTlaa ob servatory. Tn London board of trade returns for August show that imports de creased 2,110,000 and exports de creased 180,000 during: the month. as compared with those for the corre sponding month of 189.1. Tbs state departme...

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. — 19 September 1896

V''' .1 . .rv i'- . 4 : r' t - i " A X'XM- - v;x '""Vtf """' 'i 'HIL BRYAN'S, LETTER Xptins the Nomination of the Chicago Convention frfjtjldauejr or tfcs raited Ststas " B Dselar.s Tbt Be Indorse BTcryPUakef therutform , . Adopted at Chicago. - LraootK, Neb., Sept. 0. -Mr. Bryan to-day nsde public his letter .eceptin the democratio nomination. Its full text is a follows: SarS 2d!?.0--?111-01 the "noro ?Ii't 5 10 do,n des,re t0 asBure you aoehp; m nomination confers, and the Brave responsibilities hlch oceomrA e?e! states. So deeply am I Impressed with Unmir,n,itUie ' thB tbe wa- IR Sn81"" " of the nation, wtold tor S? tSSl!" 'nanco which he can ikaVlii. befoflt orinjur, of the people, thatlwisnto enter te omc8 U elected" tree William Jenningt Drvan. (rem any personal desire, except tho desire to prove worthy bf the couililonce of uy country. Human ludtfment Is fnllible enough vhnn un biased by selfish considerations, nnd In order xnat i may not be tempted to use the patron' . age 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. — 19 September 1896

Phil. A. Ha? st, Publisher, Wr JVrr, its Advance. . ...... '.tl.OO CAN YOU SEE IT? Tew people cem to realiovt'hat Abe amount -of money in existence -VeRulatcs tf-e value of . oU oilier things. It is estimated, ve beliete, that the world's debt is about forty , billion dollars.' Tlio gold of the World is estimated at four billion ilollars. Here tve have s debt ten times -greater than the supply of tnoaey with which it is to be paid. Does this not cause a demand for nlollart, and do we not find it neces sary to work aa average of two days In order to obtain one of Ihcse dol lars? Let us bring the matter nearer home. Let us take, for instance, Scott county. "Wliile we have a pop ulation of over 12,000, we feel safe -in sayiug that there are not twenty (men within our borders who ai'e out of lefe&. And we fed safer in saying that the indebtedness of the iuhabi tants of our county will cover, fifty limes, the amount of available cash. Te know of instances, bi-cause of the scarcity of...

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. — 26 September 1896

if' - i nrirtn TY 'NE -.FT n vol. rx. BElSTTOlSr; MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 26,. 1896, 3STO. 33 ton WSB0. : S.I For a long time you have not heard from us. We are not discussing the money question, nor do we want to talk politics. We want to talk business to you.sss Come up to see us. We are headquarters for Dress Goods, Our line in every department is Complete, and at Prices Lower than ever before. One call will convince you of this fact.s Nos. 2, 4 and 18 Main Streef. IT WAS GREAT! The Free Silver Club Organized at KelSo Saturday. Probably the most enthusiastic meeting yet held within the borders -of our county was the meeting of silveritcs at Kelso last Saturday. Three Cornet bands and about three Jiundred people may give you some idea as to the extent of the rally. It had been announced, through the Newsboy and otherwise, that a free silver club would be organized at Kelso ou Saturday, Sept. 19. That township has some as true advocates of the people's cause as can be found anywhere, a...

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. — 26 September 1896

i v. ,-. ; .. v o"'f " v- .;. ' - . .' -V. ...... ;. ft t - '"V v 1-' V - ,,r. r 'V .'ll- ii3 if(HMtpujl ; mil. A. UntBR, FlUltkM ' URNTOX. . -,, Missoum.: . BacKKTAar and Mr. . Carlisle let Bar Harbor, Me., on the 16th, for a short visit to. Gray Cables, an rout to waaungtoaelty. . . Tbb Halted State cruiser Bancroft tailed for Constantinople on the lstfe. 8he will touch at Gibraltar for orders from Secretary Herbert ' before pro 1 ceemng to her destination. . Tbk trains filled with members of Various republican clubs of Chicago, to the number of 4,000, left that city, on the niffht of thel8th, for Canton, O., to pay their respect to Maj. McKlnley at bis nome. . ; . Lord Cbikf Jcsticb RtssLL of En gland arrived in Wnshinxton, on the 17th, where he rvas met by Attorney1 General Harmon, wifa was delegated : to look after the entertainment of the distinguished visitor, i Chairmak Jokes of the Democratic national committee, on the 17th, moat postively denied that Senator Gorman had suc...

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. — 26 September 1896

THS SCOTT C0U8TT HEWSBOT. miU A. UAFMEB, Publish I1BNTON. .. . . .MISSOURI WILL THE ROBIN SINQ THEN? Xfai the robin sins In that land, That land of fair and so far. That Ilea aa oar aoula fondly dream, In the depth of the uttermost start Will tha violet bloom In that land, And the mosses so sweet and no shjr, All the dear common things that we love. In the dim, distant deeps of the skyT th" cnll,re" 'n In that land, AU the sweet, simple songs of the earth, And shall we rejoice and be glad . Ill t Vl A 1 1" ni,1 mr. A . . & . Him iiv;in.BuinH in inn r Ohl will there be friend In that a Friends who love nnri iinin. i. ..' WlU they look, will they speak, will they smile. Uke our own mid the strangeness above? Ohl shall we havo homes In that land To return to where'er we may roam? Ohl tha heart would be lonely and sad E'en in Heaven If wo had not a home. I love not the new and the strange. But a friend and the clasp of his hand, Oh! I would that my spirit could know That the robin w...

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. — 26 September 1896

' ..(.'' V i "i .(. A 'f 1 3:'. 1 i . . SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. ; PiifL. kl LUrNER, Publisher. icr 1 irt ' .France. ..$1.00 Ijta tutit out ?ctr, 10 cent prr month LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST." The proper way for any roan to solve a question is to sit down and tfyure out how it effects him and the Jwopie in his own community. Self Jirotcction Is the first law of nature. That is why every man who is benefitted by the scarcity of mouey favors the gold standard. If ho has money, and money is suarec, he has too trouble In funding it at a high rate of interest. If a farmer has Vheat, and wheat is scarce through out the land, he can soli his wheat at a price above the cost of produc- uon. ii a tanner can oring aoout a . ,, ., . . nonunion inat muses wneat scarcer than money, then the farmer is on top. If the money changer can bring ;bout a condition that makes money scarcer than wheat, then the money changer is on top. just- now me monev changer is Very close to the top round of the ladder. There ...

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. — 3 October 1896

- 4 ! r rmnn COUNTY LI '1 1 MJ1JJ VOL. ISC BENTON, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 3, 1896, NO.S4 VNI w NEWSBOY. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION Regarding Tho Proper Man For President. BUT HERE IS A LANDSLIDE When they Vote on the Best Place to Trade. WAY ARE YOU HEADING ? MOT IN POLITICS BUT WHERE ME YOU COIIIG TO DO YOUR fail BUYING ? YOU WANT THE BEST AND MOST FOR YOUR MONEY, DONT YOU ? T5T"oxx C?etn. G-et Iti TftTo Grixro I"t. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, Hats, Furnishing Goods and Carpets, Blankets and Yarns, nAII Departments Complete and Well Stocked With,-s t THE NEWEST STYLES, THE FINEST GRADES AND THE BEST VALVES fOR THE HONEY. These are Hard Times and our Prices Demonstrate How Bad We Want Bnsiness. Come in and Political Speakers get our Prices and we are Wrangling over will show you "The Basis "The Basis of of VaiTjes" in our Values." line inside of a minute. - 4 WE HAVE A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF SPLENDID GOODS, .- They are yours at Prices that will make our competitors speak of this sa...

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. — 3 October 1896

MISSOURI. A HKMiTCS front Conatantlnnnla. ob the th, said: Reports have been rs reived from Terkish sources that 1,000 ( unvniui at Kemah, near Erilngan, : h bm nt in ImUl - - , "I Qei. CBLMRoiArr.who tsaoonaed . dwvw wmroiuwiior Alexander ai ..' i.1-1 '-; by Mr. Gladstone at the mass meetlntr held In Liverpool, on the 24th. to pro V. test arainst the Armenian atrocities. u wired to the saltan at Constant! I ' BaBnaaBAa.avaaaaaS titles of dynamite and a pile of de tonator at Marlin park, near Gal way. " The exnloalvea wer fnnnd In a. rile. ; ' Vised house situated on the seashore. . ' Gxx. Sib W. H. Ejtcbesir, com manding the Egyptian expedition to Dongola, wired, on the 84th, that he had captured 900 prisoners and that his cavalry was pursuing the enemy, several of whom the pueeuers had killed. I The London Globe insists that the visit of the czar and czarina to Balmo ral must be wholly of a private nature and devoted to quiet enjoyment. The paper condemns any attempt to induce the...

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. — 3 October 1896

c r : . .J. " svai V,-. 3. V, V,- k'r;- .. TV. V-f. . - -' AS - 4-.- mm - 4." i-.- 'w; -' 'G v::-: 1 f . v V " ' THE SCOTT CfanMTY MSWSBDY. PniU A. HAFKKR, Fvbll.hatv HELTON, . . MISSOURI COMINQ HOME TO-DAY. '!' m,lt the ky o bright and blue? . -The earth around km Wondrous fatrT ; The woods and IteMa are full of tong, A. thousand aweeta are In the atr. Tne golden mmbeatna nil the place . WS''? nce the heaviest shadow ly, Ana an outdoors seems lnd berause My darling's coming; home totlajr. Hut yesterday 'twas dark as nlEht, .And full of desolation, too: And thoughts of in, so dork and chill, Appeared with every breeze that blew. Ji w,th ,ho morTI niesnBse come That drove the shadows all away. And right along I've sung this song! My darling's coming home to-day! Bw ,on Rnd "Pirtsomo the time That we were doomed apart to dwell' Ah, was It months? or Was tt years? Alas! alas! I cannot tell. Bach day appeared a century Of loneliness and bitter pain; My heart at war, and longing for My d...

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. — 3 October 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. . , Phtl. A.. HaFStR, Publisher, ' -fYr Year , iVr Atfcmtt ...,.., $2.00 titan out &fnn, tO ictnt per mmtth : AN HONtST DOLLAR. To talk about a "fifty cent dollar" binder free coinage is the silliest rot, anl those who ose such arguments only underestimate the intelligence of our people. On the Mexican dol lar is stafttped "10 D," meaning ten slimes or one hundred cents, and the Mexican dollar will today buy one hundred cents worth of everything 'we produce except ?old. While it vlll buy as much of corn, hat, wheat, lumber, pork and othef products as it ever did, it will only buy about half us much gold. Then we will ask you which, in .your opinion, is the Jtttnctt dollar ? Is It the doHar tnat remains on a parity witn your products; or is it the dol lar that buys more and more of your products each year ? The Mexican or free silver dollar, when measured by your products, -Vema'iss about the same in purchas ing power. This is true whether it bo in coin or i...

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