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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 10 October 1896

TT NTY n VOL. I2C BBlTTOlSr, MISSOURI, OCTOBER lO, 1896, asro. 3S S ? ! VISITORS TO THE FAIR. 1171 00 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.s Gome up to see us. We are headquarters for Dress Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Groceries and Our line in every department is Complete, and j We want your Chickens, Geese, Turkeys and at Prices Lower than ever be One call will convince Nos. 2, 4 and 18 Main Street. McKlnlcj's Acceptance Analyzed From the Cincinnati Enquirer. The lonj lookvd-for letter of ac ceptance from the Republican nomi nee has at last appeared. He devotes mare than one third of it to the money question. That portion of his letter reads like a scrapbook made up from newspaper clippings from regulation editorials. There is in it nothing new, and it is mainly a re iteration of often refuted emirs of facts and fallacies in argument. He reiterates the w...

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. — 10 October 1896

.'; - .X'.i; '.r;, " X A. UUtlW sialism. MtSSOURI. '.TlTttt CmmAihUi republican - ' 'U4MMVttti(Mi tat Boston, on tha laV L'm. ocw Woloott wu nominated Cor fovarao by aoelamaUon. , t -I niw York from Europe, on ,,! t tilt, ItMfU Sl,85,ooo In (fold. ; v VoUl ..Brriymh for that day, $4,844,590. - f flATtui Hashavak, an artist, whoe MoonUTt- inlBUnn have delio-hted f"aUat thcKaw York art exhl- W Ura. Thunder Cloud, : I .Unmarried bar Indian model, the f . sfcnMiaofnsss, warrior of the 81ou. tribe. ' Yn Franklin sugar reBnery at Phil , lpkU Is to close down for an la definite period. ' The' shut-down is . line to the reeent heavy importations : iron, uermany of granulated sugars ; and the heavy atoek of sugar on hand. Imtjt. Eobikt El. Pxabt, TJ. S. N.,the Arctic explorer, arrived in New York - city, on the Sd, on his return from his last Aretie voyage. Ills trip was very successful, as two carloads of valuable specimens of Arctic animal life, in cluding two polar bears, were secured. Du...

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. — 10 October 1896

' CN now knd then thf omt AM ma of Ufa's appoint) war ' io oatrjea in troiaan llnt; r . When roe, hide do tkorni beneatfe; i , When oy hold no ollor: - in wnrn nil ai penum DTOatM .. .- From out to hill of Jojr. IMa la akt .,.1 - - VW piVWVUl S DOTllUg 111 1111 , , Tho put will Uto for aye, And all tta toriea of treasure brtn Forever and a day. Z' An aoftor shall tha ebon com ' , . ' . From tlma's receding shore; , - v Each day will steam a pleasure from ; Tha days that are no mora. , ; Oh. memories of such, awake! : And alad tho weary now: - A wreath of recollections make To crown tha dreamer's brow. . Oh. Hunt mica and vantahaA hanA Brine back tha fold en shea veal . Tha ripple of the waters and Tha laughter of tha leaves. UNixon Waterman. In La A. W. Bulletin. THE WOMAN IN BLACK. Traveling recently from Chicago to New York, I found in the morning; upon crawling out of my berth, that the train was standing stock still. The porter told me it had been standing tics for an hour and a...

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. — 10 October 1896

-2 ? C n SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. v,Pna.. A. HarsKR, Publisher. ifir Fear, Ad court. . ,. i -. . ,.$1.00 t!rtn ome jftar, 10 enf per month : VICTORY IS OURS.' ' The success of the cause of the peo ple seems assured. Never was there li time when the masses were so in earnest. On th farms, lu the fense corners, in the stores, on theH roads and everywhere the people are discussing the question of money. Never was there a great question be fore the peop'.c so well understood by .the masses. We will win. Stand to your guns. 4 'The voice of the people is the voice of Cod" and no just God could be on the side of -money changers in a campaign like this. Although the money powers have control of nearly all the great newspapers; although they have at their command unlimit od wealth; although they have at tempted to bribe the pulpit and coerce "labor, although they have at their command the National Administra tion and its army of office-holders; although they have with them all the insurance com...

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. — 17 October 1896

vol. is:. 32AST KELSO SILVER CLUB. They PassStroug Resolutions.--Judge Albright's Address. East Kelso has an enthusiastic sil ver club which meets every Thursday evening. At a recent meeting the following resolutions were adopted: JlesoheJ, That we heartily endorse the platform adopted by the Demo cratic party at Chicago, and especial ly do we endorse the financial plank which declares for the free and un limited coinage of silver at the pres ent 16 to 1 ratio, independent of any other nation, and that we denounce thegpld standard as dangerous to the government and ruinous to the agricultural and laboring classes; ;and beneficial only to the money changers and Englanfl. Kcxohed, That we favor a reason able income tax aud denounce the action of the Supreme court in de claring the income tax law unconsti tutional thereby allowing a favored class of bond holders to escape taxa tion. JtexolrcJ, That we favor a tariff for revenue only, with such provis ions as will admit of free raw mate...

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. — 17 October 1896

-f. .: v I V''.v.,,' .. 1 t-r;. . THE SCOHTOBSf SBOI. fnOm A. KAJTNER, FmklWMn tBSTON. . . MISSOURI. Mkaobb returns from the election In Georgia, on the 1th, indicate the ncces of the democrstlo ticket by a majority of not less than 30,000. Off the 7th the porte sent a note to the powers demanding the right of Tor key to board foreign vessels In Turkish waters for the purpose of searching for 'Armenians. 1 Thk St. James Gazette says that Ventinela'e attitude, regarding the construction of a railway to the Ba rima as a violation of Venezuelan terri tory is an insult to Great Britain, f ' The smallest lot ever sold in New York city has Just changed hands. It is six inches long and six inches wide, and the purchaser paid 1100 for it, which Is not quite 13 a square inch. It has been decided that Mr. Bryan will Bpeak in Illinois eight days, be ginning on the 23d. Be will devote the last three days to Chicago, during which time he will deliver 14 speeches in various parts of the city. j R...

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. — 17 October 1896

THE SCOTT CODNTY NEWSBOY. I-HIU A. 1IAFNEB, PublUher, ItENTON. MISSOURI 0C OUR TIME. ' "There'g no time like th old time, When you and I were young." We read It In the itorjr books, And often hear It ung. We listen to the folk-lore Of that long by-gone day, And though It may have been a Joy, We're glad It passed away. Oh, there' no time tike our time Thus should the measure flow: There's no time like our time, Be It now or long ago. The old time ran the stage coach; The new the lightning train. The postman rode from town to town. Through snow and driving rain. While now the news goes flashing, By magic fingers whirled, And, In the measure of a thought. Has circled round the world) Oh, there's no time like our time Thus should the legend run; There's no time like our time, And the work has just begun! There's no time like our own time. For science, art and trade; Our commerce crossing every sea; To all our flag displayed. Of every nation honored; With rest and peace at home, Why long...

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. — 17 October 1896

.7 v'.'-y.;-.;.-. SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. ' Pii. A.. Hatsw, Publisher. JFf Year, in Advance .$1.00 thin one stnr, 10 centa Jxr month i . ' i . THE fcEPUDlATORS. t Actofrding to our sccmd cwy "friends, anarchists and retradiators ro qxiite'wumerois. These terms vr applied to all wko ore friendly to Silver, but when we consider that our forefathers were friendly to silver we need not get offended at the charge. The dollar established by the foun Oers of this republic m 1792 was the "dollar of 371 J grains of silver. So long as that was the dollar or unit of value, it was impossible to speak of it as & "fifty ceDt" dollar Tor it was the dollar aud could not be Worth less than itself. And 24.7 grains of gold were declared to be vgunl to 371 V grams of silver, and was also declared to be a dollar. Tbere lore we had a double, or bimetallic standard, and both metals enjoyed free coiuago, and either dollar was ti fall legal tender for till debts. One w-as as good as the other, and we lieo...

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. — 24 October 1896

nnnij 71 TT 1LM1U SE3STT02ST, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 24k, 1896. asro. 37 CO WW NEWSBOY. Xi 1 JL 1 I t ;: A -0 ' they are overfed. Tlio Worklttgnien ci'tlio Un'ted States ltolili.c m the Lap of SLirxury. They Aro Getting1 Too Fat mid tRobust to Knit Their Dearest Friend, the Gold Durb. "Tliey Ought to Take 75 Cents or Even 50 Cents a Day So That Wo May Keep The in nt Work." DOLLAR A BAY TO MUCH. Madlsnnvillo Kentucky Mall, The Fort Wayne, Intl., Journal publishes the appended ext raordinary communication, It is so remarkable hi its utter ubsence of real Ameri canism, and even of humanity, that it would bo considered a forgery were it not for the character of the man to whom it is addressed, and who authorized itspublication. Judge Bell is one of Iudiana's ablest lawyers, and was at one time a part ner of ex-Uuited States Attorney General Miller. The Mail, has not come across anything quite so bru tally frank since the campaign opened. Following is the letter, wMch the Journal vouches for:...

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. — 24 October 1896

I si-' i 'nJSuI?CC3STIlilTOT. ran. a. urxu, mikkn MISSOURI t- Jon B. HAkrrtroK, sorgeon-la-hM of the If aria hospital service, tendered hi resignation to the presl dent, on the Uth, by telegraph, and it promptly accepted. LAbcbbishof Ibslakd arrived at the lft h Avenue hotel, Mew York oity, on the 16th, to bid farewell to Cardinal Satolll, lata papel delegate to the United States, who sailed for Europe on the 17th. I Johh F. Kkarsky and Thomas Haines, the two alleged Irish dyna miters who were arrested in Rotter dam September 18, arrived at Hobo ken, ft. Y., on the steamship Werken dam on the 13th, ! Sxcbxtabt or Stat (3asok of Wis consin has sent out word to county clerks that the democratic gold ticket mast be headed "National Democratic Ticket" and the Bryan ticket plain 'Democratic Ticket." I Tub war department has rejected the bids for mortars and small guns, some 90 In all, and called for new pro posals. Tho prices ranged from about 89 cents to 33 cents a pound, which was cons...

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. — 24 October 1896

AMENDMENTS Constitution of the Stat Of Missouri, k ToUd Cpoa t th ToUd Cpoa at the General Eleetloa , . o V Held on TiMdv, j ' vember S Heat br tha I - Qualined Voters, Following la an official copy of the proposed amendments to the constttif Hon of the state uf Missouri to bo voted Upon at the general election on Tues day, Norember Si First Constitutional Amendment. CONCURRENT RESOLUTION .nlimlttln. tn tbe qualiued voters of Missouri an amend meet to the constitution thereof, providing for the removal of tbe sent of government from the City of Jefferson to the cltj of Bedalls.-" fuSS&Pt Lis. 2t,iL5? 're"'- L, , 5 general election to be hnld ontba Tuesday next lollonliig lue Hint Monday In ,0V?u!'?.r AlV;.,b86, f" amendment to the ontitullos of Missouri tnuil be submitted to the nuallUeU voters of tbe Mute, In the follow - ittr (ill. ua luiltru M I ing 1 he seat of government shall be removed irom the Ui of JcDerson and located at the euy or Sedui.a. Auy pornon or persons may Cr...

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. — 24 October 1896

BepMican Ticket .For Presidential Electors!' People's Ticket FroMMtion Mel Socialist Labor Ticket national Ticket; ' Nominated by Elector d For Presidential Electors: 3 I ' Palmcr-Buckncr National Democratic Ticket. For Presidential Electors: For Presidential Elcotors: nominated bg Blttton. For Presldentiai Electors: At Large J AMES H. SOUTH WORTH. At Largo-JAMES H. GARRISON. Ut Dlst. KObT. U MARSHALL. Sd Dlst MARTIN V. TANNER. Sd Dlst THOMAS J. WORSTER, l Nominated bg Elector For Presidential Electors:' At Large LOUIS FROEHL1CH. At Large HENKY KNOEBEL. lifomtnaltd bg Xttcton. For Presldonllal Electors: At trg-itwrrr c allf.m XI Large-JOHN B. HALE. At Largs THOMAS . ANTERSOJl At Large W. POPE YEAMAN. At Large BENJAMIN U. MASSEY. At Large-JOHN V. FIELD. At Large THOMAS B. ANDERSON. At Large JOSEPH & UPTON. At Large-DKWITT C. ALLEN. At Large-JULIUS a HUGHES. 4st Dist CHRISTOPHER C, FOULE. 1st Dlst, CORNELIUSA TREAT. 1st Dish CHRISTOPHER C FOOLS. 1st Dlst . . is. Dlst CHARLES J. LE...

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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. — 31 October 1896

.C- VOL.. IX. CHAIRMAN ORCHARD To the Voters of this Congres sional District. It is essential' to the success of the free silver cause that Congressmen be elected from each district who are in perfect accord with the Executive, William J. Bryan, who is pledged to that doctrine. The principles enun ciated in the platforms adopted by the democratic party at Chicago and by the populist party at St. Louis are identically the same upon the silver question, and every free silver voter of this district is heartily in sympathy with the efforts which that noble and able leador, William J. Bayan, is making to secure the restoration of bimetallism. This is struggle between the aggregated Vrealth of ihe couatvy, wrung from the people by class legislation, as represented by the great corpora tions, trusts and syndicates under the leanership of Mark Hanna upon one side and the masses of the peo ple upon the other. It is tothe inter est of the monopolists to create dis. sensions in the ranks of 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. — 31 October 1896

THS ECOTT COUNTY HKWSEOY. rnll A. HAFNKB, rabllsaer. - tiESTOtf. MISSOURI. Tn Nebraska supreme court de Uded, on the 8Ut, that gold democrat voald mm the party designation on the official ballot. ' - - I Charles F. Curep, ex-speaker of the house of representatives, died ftt a private sanitarium In Atlanta, Ga., on the SJd, aged 61. Th Chinese legation at London la accused ot seizing and detaining an al leged Chinese conspirator, and is un dcr surveillance by the London police. 1 Lt Rvsb Cuang, the special envoy ot the emperor of China, nrrlved at Pe kln, on the 50th, on his return from his tour of Europe, tho United States and Canada, I Hambltx Andrcb, one of the propri etors of the Empire medicine factory at Yonkers, K. V, was instantly killed, on the 21st, by the explosion of some chemicals in his laboratory, j Tub executive council of the Feder ation of Labor, in session at Indianap olis, Ind., on the 20th, discussed the eight-hour amendment to the federal laws. The federation ho...

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. — 31 October 1896

.. . . ; if '..'-V y r- ... , , , . t i . AMENDMENTS 'o the Constitution of the Btt or MlMourl, . T Tetd Vpoa at tho General louat v am OJ in v Following la an official codv of tha proposed amendments to the constitu tion of the state of Missouri to be voted - Upon at th general election on Tues flay, November S I Drs Constitutional Amendment. CONCURRENT BESO LTJTION submitting to the quMllled voters ot Missouri an amend , tnent to tho constitution ihoreof. providing lor the removal of the. scat ot government from the City ef Jefferson to the oily of Bedalia, I".4 ' Bmut 0 Ittprtttntatif, (A Senate conLurrinq theriin, at jolivun L' tha general election to be hHd on the Tuesday next following tba flrst Monday in November, A. IX I Hit, an amendment to the oa.tituiloo of Missouri Hbull bo submitted to the qualified voters of the btute, in the follow ing words: '..ill9.uM?.0, awrnment shall bo romoved from the City ol Jctfurson and located at tbe City ot bedalia. Any person or persons m...

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. — 31 October 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Vjjl -l 1 Lt ' ' . i ' . : Pun,. A. Hafxsh, Publisher. tr Tear, f Advance.-. ,.$1.00 ide thtn one year, 10 cents per month ' It is not likely that the Newsboy Wdl bo credited as being a religious orgnn, nor can it be said that the stuck out as a moralist. Yet the editor claims to have ideas about th religion and morality, and some times expresses them. We now leel called upon to say Something in this connection. This feeing considered a Christain nation our executives should bo Christains t&lso. When a candidate for gover nor gets up and te-lis his hearers that a man Is crazy because his father grayed to 'God that he might do no rrons, we consider such a man unfit feven for deputy road overseer. It is a well known fact that the advocates of gold have been trying to treat the matter of silver light ly and have tried to make it appear that it was wily a "craze" or a "'heresay." In his speech at Kirks Ville, Mo., R. E. Lewis, Republican candidate for governor ...

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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. — 7 November 1896

VOL. BENTON", MISSOURI, NOVEMBER T, IS SO, Saj, wliere are m at ? DM we win, or The Goldbugs Claim Everything, but the Returns don't Tally with their Claims. Shall we Grow, or Shall we Prepare to eat Grow ? ELECTION RETURNS-SCOTT COUNTY we lose? Wild will Explain ? The goldbug as he ap peared Wednesday. Large Democratic Gains and an Unpreceden ted Heavy Vote Polled. CANDIDATES. 5! K 35 President Bryan :194j McKinlej' j 178 ; Governor Stephens, P.', j 1 i4 . Lewis, R., 1 178 I Congress Vandivcr, P., Snider, R.,. feithfeston. P 1 000 Senator Marshall. D., Rhodes, R Builev Representative : Williams, D j 101 j CavanahrRr 1 176 i Judge lit DUt. ; Welch, D., 1 101 ; Arbaugh. R i 17t i , Judge 2d Dist. i bale, D., Thomas, R i ; Pros. Att'y Moore, J. L., D.,i 15 1 -Moore, J. W., R.:177; Collector Heisserer, D Sparks. R Sheriff Ratts, D Finley, R Assessor Chancy, D., Congleton, R i 173 i Treasurer Lambert, D : 107 i McCormick, R ;191; : IPS : 173; j 105 ; .171 153 ; 1202 ; 106 : 1 171 1 il02...

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. — 7 November 1896

i iiuii i ijiiii nil nn luuui. a-riaaauu m ui luiiu a l ; mil. A. HATKKB, Publisher. SBNTON. - - MISSOURI. . Tin treasury gold reserve at the 1om of business on the slst had de clined to llT,ll,i09. The day's with Jdrawals at New York were 34o,8O0. I Thi t re usury gold reserve at the 'close of business, on the 2d, had de clined to IIJ5,41S,S6X The day's with drawals at New York were Jl,H67,10O. Fourteen Millions of American Citizens Engaged. THE SOUND MONEY HOSTS VICTORIOUS. Akdbkw Smith Mcsqbovb died at Mount Washington, pa., recently, aged SB. His head was the heaviest part of him, weighing 60 pounds to 68X for the remainder of his body. , Thb publio debt statement, issued on the 8d, showed a net increase in the publio debt, less cash in the treas ury, during October, of $7,10.725. Total cash In the treasury, $838,676,-ttL William McKinley, of Ohio, and Garrett W. Hobart, of New Jersey, Chosen for Presi dent and Vice-President. Tbi treasury figures, issued on the 1st, showed that...

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. — 7 November 1896

-T- i f . tv 4 -A 'H ( :v-. 4: NOVEMBER J 896. asm. Hon. Tut. Wed. Thur. FrL 1 I 7ft I 8 to 12 13 lit 15 16 J7 18 19 20 21 1 J22 23 24 25 26 27 28 a 29 30 NEWS AND NOTES, A Summary of Important Events, PERSONAL AND GENERAL. Jonjf D. Stiles, an ex-member of congress and the senior member of the Lqliigh county bar, died, on tho 20th, at Allontown, Pn. Ho was 73 years old, and for half a century bad been prominent In Pennsylvania polities. Edward J. Ivorv, alias licll, tho al leged Irish-Amcrk'Uit dynamiter, who was arrested in UlaBgow, September 11, was agatu arraigned in tho llow Btrect (London) police court, on tho Both, and remanded for another week. Ooi.D bullion to the amount of $500, 000 was withdrawn from tho Hank of England, on the 30th, for shipment to me united Mates. Br tho explosion of a can of kero seno oil in Milwaukee, on tho 30th, the three-months-old babo of William Altenbach, was burned to death, and Mr. and Mrs. Altenbach, the parents of the child, were so severely ...

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. — 7 November 1896

' ,": s-ti VHrV'V,. .... . , '. . . '-"V.. . . - . ' ' ' St:: f.:!- '. t '?.' Sit " v-' -.' . r'.f. . SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. ' VjU.-.-- '.I ". L-LJL i frrtL. X, "HaMER, Publisher. JWr, Je?eanre. 1.00 Lest thi one gear, 10 cent per Month The longest distance that a shot "has been fired Is a few yards over 13 " miles, which was the range of Krupp's 130-t n steel gun, filing a shot weigh ing 2.C00 pounds. The gun cost $185- ('J0, and each projectile $4,750. The 111-ton Armstrong gun has an ex treme range of 14 miles, firing a shot Tveighing 1,800 pounds, and requiring 1)t0 pounds of -powder. These guns, however proved too expensive, being unafele to stand tiring 100 times, and their manufacture has piratically 3x?cn abandoned. The 22 ton Arm strong gun hurls a solid shot for a distance of 12 miles, aud the -discharge of the gun cannot be heard at the place whore the ball strikes. From 12 to 13 miles is the computed ringe of the most powerful guns 'now made, aud to obtain that range an v...

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