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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 November 1896

'." ...... "VOL.. I2C County Court Proceedings. Cost of ' inquest John Abernathie -allowed 134.7 Cost of inquest Marion Childers al lowed 19.96 Bruce Timmons allowed $25 butld "lug bridge. ' M. G. B. Stubblefield allowed 276.25 circuit clerk's fee. ' Allen & Hutton allowed 1118.72 bridge lumber. I. N. Andorsoe allowed $9.54 bridge lumber. Same $68.72. Brinkhoff and Brinkhoff allowed $70.50 road work. Jas. Farris, contractor gl ado levee allowed $200. Wm. Jones permitted to -act as peddler for 6 months. C. F. Bonnefon allowed $35 coal for jail. Judges and clerks allow for servi ces rendered ou election day. J. A. Armstrong allowed $60 road work. Wm, Black, su.pt. poor farm allowed $196.H7. I. N. Anderson allowed $36.70 bridge lumber. Stubenrauch & Jochiru, allowed (13.70 bridge lumber. L. B. Russell allowed $6.35. M. V. Harris allowed $5.80. F. C. Miller, special commissioner allowed $48.60. Julius Albrecht allowed $55.10 on account of road. Cal Cupton allowed $7.20 janitor f...

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. — 14 November 1896

m. n A; m: lift 1; fir - in..' 'r -gtmioTemboi". .,;,. .' V . v.- ,. ;, ' rWOU A. nAJTHKB, rabUakMii BtNTON. '' ; MISSOURI. 31 - VbVBbtak bu declined an offer of 24,000 a year from a Chicago firm be owm he wants to advocate bimetal- ; tSWABD Jobs PoxirrmH was, on the 4th, elected president of the British Royal AcademT as the successor of the late Sir John Millale, who died in Au gust last. Tn estimated gross earnings of the Bock Island road for the month of Oc tober were $1,(171,935, a decrease from the eonrespondinif month of last year of $68,839. Gek. FrrtBuen Lev, accompanied by Thomaa Jones, his private secretary,' arrived at New York, from Havana, on the 4th, on the Ward line steamer Vlgllancia, Jamks K. Jones, chairman of the democratic national committee, aban doned headquarters in the Auditorium annex at Chicago, on the Oth, and went to his home in Hope, Ark. His kotal highness, William Nich-, las, duke of Wurtemburg, died sud denly, on the 6th, on his estates in the Austria...

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. — 14 November 1896

4A., I 4' 4- mm az- J8'-'-" .-:SVi . i IET US BE THANKFUL, A Proclamation by the President : ; . of the United Btatee Appolatlna November as a Day 0j Thankserlvlaa; for Dun Averted and Blessings Vonohsaf ed, and Prayer for Continued Guidance and Blestlne;. Warhinotok, Not. 6. By th president of the United States: , The people or the United States should never be unmindful of the gratitude they owe the Ood of nations for bis watchrul care which has shielded them from dire disaster and pointed out to them the way of peace and hap plocss. Nor should th jy ever refuse to ac knowledge with oontrite hearts their proneness so turn away from God s teaching and to foi ls with sinful pride alter their own devices. To tba end that those thought mtiv be oulek. cned. It is titling that dn a day, especially ap pointed, we should Join together in approach ing the tbrono o.' grace with praise and sup plication. . Therefore I, Qrover Clovelnnd, president of the United States, do hereby designate 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. — 14 November 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. tr Year, in Attaint i ." . fLOG tK$n t li t it on ,v'r, 10 cent per month Fer President In 1900, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. THE TOILERS LOST. Tbe first great battle of oapitol sural nst the producers s, for the present, over, and the English bond liolders, railroadcorporalions, trusts, telegraph combine, national banks, state batiks, syndicates, the -great newspapers and the national admin istration were the victors. But this dees not mean that "the silver craze 5s dying out. " Oh, no; far from it. The fight has just bc jun. No great issue rer carried tlie first time it was placed before Vhe people. e have made a noble Jijjtat -against unlimited odds. We shall wipe the enemy out of existence in the next conflict. How did they do it ? Why, that is plain? In Chicago alone Mark Han ua spent 113,000,000 for the gold rast. Not only that, but he import ed thousands of voters from Massa chusetts and Pennsylvania, where they were not needed, and had them registered and Toted . ...

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. — 21 November 1896

. n L..-iarB in rtod4mm "-m mflur ii ii xij; mn i r v r.i . i - m. -m. m Kj-m - i t x - V , . : , , , , : , - - 1 , .f?-' t i i i i i i - - i - - i i. ... i. -.i - - - - - 11 " 1 ' t'.. VOL. IX. BY A BUTTON. A Bad and Strange Mystery Cleared and a body Found. Is One year ago last Tuesday Albert, the 7-yea old son of John Bridge man, living at Morehouse, this coun ty, disappeared. It was a cold, rainy night on November 10th, and words can not express the anxiety and distress of the parents when they could not find anything about their son the following day. They conceived the idea that he had been abducted by tramps or taken by a gypsy band that tented near More house and left their camp the day the parents missed their child. Our readers are familar with the fact that news through the St. Louis newspapers reached the parents in a published dispatch from Logansport Indiana, that the boy was there taken away from tramps and was the one Albert Bridgemau wanted at Morehouse This led Mr....

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. — 21 November 1896

LsenarasHHBor. ' fcrnrroit. inssouRx. . AltXAHDKB P. OARISCHK, aged 70, tor half a oentury a member of the St. ; lottls bar, died ot paralysis on the .... . ; ;(- At, of the newly-elected republican members of the Kentucky legislature av been served with notices of con- - test by their late stiver-democratic op- .-, ponenta. ; ,i Paw. Jon Ausustus Hugo Gyldeb, the eelebrated Swedish astronomer, died in Stock holm on the 10th. Mr. Ojrlden was born in Helslngfors, Fin land, In 1841. Tbs Transvaal government has de cided to claim 1,000,000 Indemnity from the British South Africa Co. to -cover the damage sustained by the Jamleson raid. t Thk Madrid Epoca denies, upon offi cial authority, the report that Senor Dnpuy de Lome, Spanish minister to ' the United Statos, is to be replaced by another envoy. ',' Aix the Erie railway shops along the system are working full time for the first time in years, giving employ ment to 2,500 men. The shops at 'Meadville, Pa., resumed on the 10th. I Cash ...

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. — 21 November 1896

- a.: A' 7 ' r- h SI it i-. - t 1 8?& rf X.'- "...V Vi 4 yPWjWWlHERB'B two days In trie year I like, They're better than alt others. One day belongs to f?nnta Claua An' one day la gran'- mother a. Of course, you know the days I mean? They re Christmas an Thanltsglvln , An' on those days I'm very glad That I have kept on Uvln'. I don't know which day Is the best; But s'poBcn t did know It? I wouldn't dare to tell my choice Kor unyway to show It; For Santa Claus or gran'ma would Be jealous in a mlnlt: If I should say that cither had Wore fun than t'other In it. Tut when I bo to gran'ma's house An" smell the turkey cookln', An' nee the yellow pur.kin pies L'MI I'm most tired a-lookln'; ftn' when the dinner comes at last An' gran'pa asks the blessln', 3 think Thanksglrin's awful nice An' pass my plate tor drcsatu', 'Aft' when my gran'ma cuts the pic, 1 get n great big quarter; Ma says: "Sim oughfent have so much." Hut gran'ma says: "She'd orter." .An' as my ma is gran'ma's girl She ...

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. — 21 November 1896

"SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. 1 -JL.. J Ttntt 4 IT. ........ Yr rr, im tiilemrf.. . . fl.00 L-Jn tfitn tin ,yir, 2 crnta jwr wmth For PtvsMont in 1P00, WILLIAM J. fer.YAN. GETTING IN SHAVE. Tho Democracy of- the nation is just getting in jwxl shapo to do bat tip in future campaigns. Having "'weeded out." all tbo traitors and rubbish we will bo able to go before the people horeafter with a solid front. We will not be weighted down with the Palmers,-the Buckners, the Clevelands, Hills, CutTislcs, etc. Heafter they will be recognized as as open enemies and shall bo treated ns such. How was it possible for Democracy to win in any of the Eastern states when the state conventions of those states had declared for gold and sent nuch delegates to Chicago ? In those states it become necessary to reor ganize the party upon the Chicago platform and the time was too limit ed for such a complete flop to be sue ccssful. There is positively no difference between an Eastern or Cleveland Democrat and a Hann...

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. — 28 November 1896

X 1 . .-- My - . 1 . . . . , .. ' ... ,.. VOL. IX. SOUTHEAST NOTES. Ironton Register: Millionaire George M. Pullman has reduced wages 15 per cent, on the ground that the purchasing power of the dollar now in use is much too great for the services performed. These men were promised good times and plenty of work if they would vote for McKinley. They voted for Me Kinley, and are in possession of the first slice of the good limes promised. Jackson Cash-Book : It is said the Holiday Lumber Co., in Wayne county drove their employes to the polls like cattle to vote for the gold standard, yet in spite of the com pany's efforts the county went for free silver, and the Democrats re deemed the county from Republican ism by electing every Democrat on the ticket. When the legislature meets, we hope it will remember these truck store tyrants of the Holiday Lumber Co. stripe. The Charley Wear case has been "monkeyed" with until it failed to vouch the Supreme court docket this fall, - and the Popla...

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. — 28 November 1896

V '.t-- ft r :K? ECOU CODffl HKWSBOT. VtUU A. BATMKB. rnbllsner. TjBTTON. MISSOURI. ' Tn comptroller ol the eurrency on being notified, on the 19th, ol the fall uro of the First national bank of Sioux City, la., directed Examiner Hlandlng to take charge of the bank. 1 JuDea J. C Pakxkb, to whom, mora than any other person, ia due the end of outlawry in tho Indian territory, died at his home in Fort Smith, Ark., on the 17th, of a complication of die eases. f Bxturks received by the Imperial government show that the yield of the principal cereals in SO governments of Russia is 10,600,000 quarters below tho average yield during the last la -year. - . . ' Ms. ajtd Mas. Walteb M. Casti.b, of San Francisco, sailed for Jteir York, on the 18th, front Southampton, on board the North German Llpyd steam er Havel, under the assumed same of Michaels. Tans body of Mrs. Alma Merritt, wife bf George W. Merritt, of New York, who committed suicide at the Hotel Cecil, in London, on the 14th, while tem...

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. — 28 November 1896

' J. V ' .'V. -. ;T,: :,i it Ml"--,. 'v sir; r v; I s-v: - ? CM? -. 5 ;. v." -fc.. ; ; - reOM THE SHADOW. 'An the little ones all at hornet Answer me qulclilr fearlessly, Sweet I Fof 1 have been out In tho world to-day, and death has been reaping the street: And ifa voiceless for lack of a child's sweet voice and a man's I held most dear; 'Are the little ones all at home, my love , - and the Shadow passed so nearT Hot thank Qodtthey are comlngl Beat O glad heart beat! Music of children's voices, and children's pattering foetl ZJvlng. to meet to miss me full In my arm's embrace Climb to my heart ftr.d kiss Itae, and toss . your cutis in my racei God be praised for Mis mercy for the stay of the Iron rod: For these that I call my children are only nrepm irom uoa The waft el a rose-leaf-from Him; and oft in me lonesome mpnt I fancy the Shadow Is near them, and , weep till the dawn of light. , Come to tho happy heart of me come ere the Shadow full! m A kiss and a clanp for you and you! T...

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. — 28 November 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. , PnCL. A. Hatnib, Publisher. Vr JW, Advanct . fl.00 LtJt thin one jrr, 10 cent per mnth For President in 1900, WILLIAM I. BRYAN. STUFFED PROPHETS. Within four days after the election of McKinley there were over 150,000 men put to work who bad been idle Tor tuontta, and up to the present time this number has boen iuereased several hundred thousand more. Is not thia prosperity ? Greenville bun. You bet it is in big, round chunks. How wo to stand it ? Just wait a moment until wc unbuckle our tmnto so as to make room (or the iuHutioD. To read the st uffed associated press dispatches and the big papers of the cities, and the little cuckoo papers vt the country, one would-tbink that the whole country was jioina wild with prosperity; but when one un dortakes an actual investigation, the whole bottom falls out of the so- vdUed prosperity and boom. From the big papers we had learned that ihe big Nieilringhouso plant had started up, and that thousands of men were given ...

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. — 5 December 1896

v. .. i.V.'.l.. T VOLi. IX. SOUTHEAST MOTES. , The railroads are adopting grover Cleveland's plan of ousting the free silver cranks and tilling their places with goldbugs. At DeSoto the Iron-Mountain "fired" a trusted clerk because he voted for Bryan. The same company also ordered the discharge of two of their hospital surgeons for the same reason. Let us have some railroad legislation in Missouri this winter that will take soma of the starch out of these ducks. A reduction of freight, express and passenger rates, for instance. Jefferson Democrat: We learn from the Press that the Fathers of the Redemptorists College of Kirks vflle have closed a deal with Anton MueHerof DeSoto for thirty acres of his farm and also his residence, one mile south of DeSoto. It is the in tention to begin at once the erection of a college where young men will be educated for the priesthood. As about $45,000 will be expended in improvements, the citizens of DeSoto may well cong-atulate themselveson being s...

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 December 1896

'-' . ..... . . V .(.', t ", . - . .. , . .i ' a . . -. ., .;. . - ... :. . - !.. , ; . . J.'j.ji..V -j,. ' - v. ... . ....... . ... . r, : . .... ' .- ....... x." . . ; ' - ... ,' . . V : !' ,,!A..kv 7 ": '.,a.-.;v.-v. . ,' .' . . "' . sa--'-'-" I; irU '1'-: .' '. -:,-V: ." ; , V-' I i - HI SCOiT COOei MffSBOI run. a, BArxsm immiuv HILTON. UlSSOORL Tin Uftitrt State aralter MlnnMp olU nUd from Smyrna for SyrUn TV a Urs oa the 84th. ( Kx-SBOBKTABT JOBK W. F08TKR and wifo rtarnd from Uonolulv by tetkmar Cltf of PeWlug, which arrived at Saa Francisco on the tuh. ! Tn ahah of Persia ha announced that he wHl abolish the post of prime minister tnd hereafter perform the functions of that office himself. L: Miss Matilda Bukd, the noted Titer, died in London on the S7th. Uiss Blind was born in 1847, and was educated chiefly In a London school for fftrla. ! Or the 20th the Queen Victoria con errea tne honor of kniehthood on Edward John Poynter, who, on Not nmoer 4, Was elected president of t...

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 December 1896

: W1H AND WEAR. Thm wreath that decMth warrior's brow. TBlnk you by chanca 'twas given? Would honor light hla pathway now , . If he bad never striven T Who fame would seek, where battle calls. Must resolutely share It, And when the meed of victory falls, First win the prise, then wear Itl The statesman's proud and honest ram, Came It through Idly dreaming? Or, Is It but an empty name, . Wrought out by subtle scheming? Ah, not the ages far along With olaiion tongues shall bear It; They, deathless, live In heart and sons; Who win the prise, then wear Itl Bo, on the world's broad battlefield Where flags of wrong are flaunted. To him shall every outpost yield Who presses on undaunted! No royal road to yonder height Of honor, worth and merit! . With courage pure, and seal, and might. First win the prize, then wear Itl George Cooper, In Golden Days. AFTER BANK BURGLARS. BY CHARLES B. LEWIS. HE First nationat bank, of Parkvilln, was the financial institution of Park county. Its stock holde...

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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. — 5 December 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY ' : Phil. A. Hafmir. Publisher. JPrr tear, Athitnet $1.00 Jbrtt f Ai oimi jwir, 10 cent per month For President in 1!H)0, WILLIAM J. BRYAN. IT DONT MATTER. It don't matter what may be the policy of the incoming Administra tion, If it proposes to carry out the declaration of the St. Louis plat form that, until we can get an inter national agreement, the "existing gold standard must be maintained," there can be no relief for the people. What the country needs is more money. As our population and busi ness increases, the number of mlemp t!o dollar decrease. By "redemp tion dollars" we mean gold dollars for, under a gold standard,- they are the only real dollars in existence. All other dollars are a mere prom ise to pay. But Mr. Hanna and other man agers of the incoming administra tion tell us that Mr. McKinley will favor the largest use of silver con sistent with sound finance. We would like for Mr. Hanna or any of his crowd to explain how they expect to bring abou...

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 December 1896

:iK' - t - -V J . 2 Ajo :fe rTlE SCOTT COUNTY -la -c.' ... . ' .. if v. I-'"" V X-- y.r -'-.i 111 For those Mr. Flentge, having been elected Collector of Cape Girardeau rouuty, will retire from buaiDSS-j in ordjr to bi ably to take c!nr:w a::fj attund to th-. dati- of said r.i ar, 1 our entire sto.d: wrill be closed ! out so that we may retire from business. This is no SC!l3m3 to catch the people, but an actual fact, and it stands everyone in hand to cow.? mdy and jr--t t.ticir fLate cf tlie bargains, as everything ' will be hustled out as fast as possible and the time for closing is' short. It is impossible to quote prices on everything, but we will give you a few prices to ni ve uu an id "a of how iiey..run. OVERCOATS. We have about ?7,000 worth of clothing, all fresb, new stock, which will fro at cost and loss. Now is the ""time to buy your' overcoats, suits or . pants : Men's fine"beaver overcoats, brown black or blue, a fine dress coat, which ' sold as a bargain at $7(?3, now g...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 12 December 1896

A.' -1; v' L 6 - it..., -i I- A ' . ... VST; .' - i r' ' i. ; ' '(-'' ' ' (; w - . v- v ';VV - V-.-' ' ' .! ? ; ."' ' . " ' -Yr-'V' t3 3510333 EKEa . ran. v bamkb, mimw fcHarroN, v - utmouftt 1 1 T ii ' Tn body of Mathilda Blind, lira a, thoreea and lecturer, who died recent ly w Incinerated to the orematory it Woktng, England, on the 1st. I 6ncuTA&TFBAsciB Of the Interior ieparttnent submitted his Brst annual report to the president on the 4th. . ( A UMI majority of the English non-union laborers who went to Ham burg to take the places of the strikers, refused to unload vessels and returned to England. The publlo debt Statement, issued on the 1st, showed a net increase in the public debt, less cash in the tress try, during . November of $8,200,333. Total cash In the treasury, 8335,601, 679. I waa announced, on tho 1st, that rollce Commissioner Theodore ttaose eelt, of New York, would be willing to accept the office of secretary of the navy uuder the McKinley administra tion. . ...

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 December 1896

ri',-1- y?1. y ? ' , . 'V,-. . ' . t i K. - ' .1 ;..Vi-- :?: . JM H-'ltf-. -i'.'.V . V 'i . . ' . . " 'fl. -- ' 4 -v r.'' ..-' ' Jan 1 'r''.-f;-- On Affairs and Condition of th ". ' Interior Department. UoiUiMd Irrlgatlon-Th. I. ' ul Their Nat)(-Th rnr't Pn- -. "T ' lo PP'oprltlon - Uont-Aldod . . u. BaUroadi flaw Ualldloci Needed. WAsniHOTon, Dec. 5. BecreUry 6f the Interior Francis has submitted his annual report to the president: Vhm Appropriation for the Laat Flieal ' xear Jkonnted to l!iT,i;9,csa. n,e enlmntes for ine preeent P cal yenr uro about tlflOJflX more ' !.uw" Appropriated lout year. Tho actual jnibllo aotualo U uor li,mprr acres. The E. '10 ,and l11' acant amount to over COO, - res' not ,nclu""K Alaska. About s.- Ta,,n acres have been patented to railroads, nd there are yot duo railroads and wagon , roods under Ihclr grants an aggrcaate of 1U -?a,CSi acres. - The total acreage segregated xrom the public domain was 96l9,ieu acres. The secretary deems It deslrablo that ...

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 December 1896

' ST, r I: A.. SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. 3fMtV4ilAfr:iBtt,- Publisher. :Jfr rir, ii Aitvnite., . ..fl.OO JZrxt A'i o year, 10 cfiifa Jrr mM& Far-President in 1000, WILLIAM - J. BRYAN. "THE OUTLOOK. Congress is in session at Washing Hou and it would be difficult toattempt f. a prediction' as to what will happ?n. 1 Senator Chandler, who seems to bo 'spokesman for th .Republican gold-'-bug senators just now, says -that steps twust be taken ' toward thc l-romised intercutional agreement, and that short time bonds should be - VSssutk! to i'meet the government re teipts and expenditures, so long as their is a deficit" and we may add "that so long as the existing "sound financial policy" is maintained, just so lone will there be a deficit and a '-cause for bond issues. There is a " great deal being said i about bond issues, and the b.g pa rsers are telling us that we ought to retire our non-interest bearing green -backs, issue $500,000,000 interest ''bearing bonds and substitute an in ' te...

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