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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 30 January 1897

i c'.- . 1' .... e. .Ot ... ' : v.. a.-;. 1 $1 M 5 11 UK? i i 1 v. ' ". ""-v-i v- V ."1 a . '-V.-T.'. vol. is:. ORIGIN OF THE TRUST, Bank of Eugland Founded by a Pirate Ruinous Effect of their Opera tions. From Tho Saturday IHuiVr, In tho days of the buccaneers bea con fires were often lighted on shore by the pirates to lure hapless ves sels on the rocks. Whether it were answered as a signal or sought as a light in port during a storm, the ship was always stranded on treach erous reefs. After she was wrecked the free booters plundered her at their pleasure. No sentiment was sacred to them; o law respected. Their famous captain sung of his deeds: My name is Captain Kidd, And most wickedly I did God's laws forbid, As I sailed. They were the terror of the sea nd the civilized world united in ex terminating the lawless brood. If the modern American trust had . toeen in existence two hundred years ago it would have been classed with the bandits of the sea. Their false signal fires have b...

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. — 30 January 1897

cm? mrsn rnmrnv wpwoDnv I Ajuii wuix uuum. iiauiwut.f niU A. HATNBB, hMtsaasr. I. MISSOURI Ok tli 18th the Mutt confirmed too appointment of Hon. D, K. Francis, ot Missouri, m secretary of tho Interior. I Ox the SOth the Indiana legUlaturo, lit joint session, eleoted Charlea W. Fairbanks, republican. United State stoners at any International monetary oonfer aenator to enooeed Main W. Vnnrhnu I enoe was referred to committee. The army democrat, I , i A rbpobt waa received at Mr. George ould a office, oa tha 11th, from ParU, announclng that a aon had been born I to Countess Castellans, formerlv Mlea Anna Gould. r. Tb aanate committee on finance, on the 19th, ordered a favorable report to be made on the nomination of Wm, S. Forman, of Illinois, to be commissioner f Internal revenue, i Thb United State court at Jaolcson Ville, Fla,, deolded, on the 18th, that we '.three irriend bad violated no law, and ahould be released unless a new libel waa filed in ten days. ! ,r I ; IiAteb reports ...

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. — 30 January 1897

... . . v,..,.v, ,-VvV; e' 'TV'-: . t: - "I .S. I.--,:. THE SCOTT CODNTY MKWSBDY. 'HO. A. HAFMEB, Publish BENTON. MISSOURI THE BARMLftSTER MYSTERY. . BY ft GAININGS. "And 11 the verdict should go Pgainst me, nosey "But it can'i; Arthur I " "Yet circumstances would seem to loint to my guilt, and circumstantial evidence " "Lies a often as It speaks the truth. Your counsel will show that it lien iu your case." "Still, should the verdict be adverse ?" "I refuse to believe such a miscarriago oz justice possible." "Be reasonable, darling. Look a poe ible contingency in the face. Men nave been convicted on circumstantial evidence before now, and will be again, ven though their Innocence has after wards been made manifest. Witnesses may lie I have more than one enemy in the world. Or they may misstate un consciously, and their misstatements may just turn the scale ngttnst me." "But you are innoceut, dear; and the judge who tries the case will know must know that you are, and will so direct ...

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. — 30 January 1897

c . v. -: ;-';:; v't'-r. - "" ' '-' 'f' o ' - .. v. , i-l-f a. - r':' v.-. - V.?-..- 'TT .;-;.,.' ..'v'vi'''-.':: - . 1! ""'it' 1" J ' -...',. w '. C5 I. - is. f.'" .'S '' '- ..4, . ' SOOTT. COUNTY NEWSROY. Pmu A. Hafser, Publisher. Prr JVwr, m 4rice. . i ...... .01.00 h:m thm out $:fif, 19 ctnt pr month TOLL TAX AGAIN. The more wo rend about the pro Jiosed poll tax of $2 per head for the purpose of raising revenue to meet tho rapidly Increasing criminal cost bills, the more it appears to us that somebody Is trying to hoodwink the people. The most suspicious feature of the whole, affair is that its pro moters insist upon having tt under stood that real estate is to bo ex empt from taxation for this special purpose. Why don't they go on and tell us that railroad, telegraph and insurance companies, bankers, brok ers, and bond holders are alsoexerupt as well as the landlords ? To us it appears that it isascheme to relieve capital from paying their twrtion of this additional tax that mu...

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. — 6 February 1897

:VA1 a? V .'i'r,?-.T- J". y"W s. .rAV VX" ..... -. . ' M a ts VA-bdfty J PA 1 A Vb- a VOL. IX. OKNEIJATj news. The Secretary of War has trans mitted to the feenatc an abstract of ha militia force of the United States for the year 1806, according to the latest returns received. The grand total of all arms of the service is 1,115,627, and the number of men available for military duty (unor ganized) is 10,149,184. Chris. Rittcr, who rode out of Washington with J. Wilkes Booth on the night of Lincoln's assassination, is in a St. Louis hospital in a dying condition and- says Booth is still alive and playing on South Ameri can stages under the assumed name of Euos. George Taylor, one of the murder ers of the Mecks family who was under sentence to hang, and who broke jail at Carrol ton, Mo., before his sentence could be carried out, was captured near Hanford, Cal., last Saturday. An old and trusted employe of the Second National Bank of Parkers burg, W. Va., skipped out with $43,000 belong...

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. — 6 February 1897

,'sas 8coa coom'msBor. . ran. a. HAniKB, riwuk. UBNTON. .... MISSOURI Mm.' ajtd lit. GLADSTOsa started from Hawardcn, on the 27th, (or Lon don, en route for Cannes. Both were In excellent health. '. United States Skxatob E. 0. Wol fcOTT. with his family, ha left London for Paris, where he will continue his mission in the Interest of bimetal xlUm. ' The Hawaiian Gazette of the ISth, In its annual review of trade, says that the past year was financially the most prosperous in the history of the island. ' Herb Frkxtzel, a merchant of 13er lin, and lierr Krupp, the Run maker, of Essen, have been appointed life members of the upper house of the Prussian landtag. Dispatches from Ooa, the capital city of the Portuguese territory of that name in India, on the 30th, said that there were three cases of bubonic plague In the hospital there. ' A dispatch from Madrid says that l'resident Canovas has made a formal denial that any negotiations for a new commercial treaty between Spain end the Unit...

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. — 6 February 1897

DAVID'S BABY. BT ELLA Fa MOSBT. i "He's jest common-sized boy, ma'am." This was the baffling reply to Mrs. Wllmot's question about the alae of Mr. Brown's boy. Mrs. Wilmot was the minister's wife and Mrs. Brown one of his outlying parishioners, n mountaineer from one of the steepest and wildest peaks of the ridge. Her husband had died In the great snow storm of the post winter, and David, her only boy, was her sole prop and stay. Mrs. Wilmot thought a salt of clothes would not come amiss, even if second band. But what was "a common size" for boys? In Mrs. Wilmot's experience they were of all sorts ond sizes. Her mind reverted to Bichard, her long boy, and his Aunt Ellen's frequent entreaty: "Bichard, my dear, uncross a few of your legs!" to Bobln, a head shorter, who was now crumpled up in a heap over "Stories of Lion Hunting in South Africa," and John, a round, roly-poly oi a boy and she looked slightly per plexed. "Xo'm, he ain't to say big, nor ylt email; ne's jest a common-sized...

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. — 6 February 1897

SCOTT COtJSTY NEWSBOY. Puu. A. IlArxxit, Publisher. Per T,nr, in Ailcnncc ........ . . fl.00 t Ih nr yrur, If? rent pur month PASSED THE SENATE.. uasi rriciay tiie enaie passcu mo Walcott bill providing for an inter national agreement. The free silver . - T 1 L - L . 1 . .1. taieasure as they ore very anxious for the "international bimetallists" to pet a full &we of thairown mcdk'in?. The bill passed by a vote of 40 to -J. Since the House is ovorwhehnirgly Republican, the bill will also go through that hotly hi a whirl. Then all Mo.K'mlcy has to do, after the 4th day of March, is to catch England and other foreign nations "napping" and "we'll have all the free silver imagiu tible. But that is not the intention. No man with an ounce of reason believes that an international agreement is possible. The advocates of the measure are not sincere and are pushing it along so as to satisfy the people who were misled by this 6illy twaddle last November. But there is another reason why they...

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. — 13 February 1897

V - " -.V , ' J . -. .'.'. -(. -,"V t V, . - ' " - ''.-v-' :-Vvv-r: . , (OWNTY NEWS H 4 'yoL. ix. BE3STT03ST, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 13, 1897. 3STO. 52 -: 'i j .4. SCOTT BOY, . . n-:4 1 7 i 1 if I 1 ..s GEORGIA DRIVES OUT TRUSTS Calvin !Law Forces the Bis Cora . blues to Cancel Illegal Contracts. 'From the Saturday Blade. , Every trust operating In the state of Georgia bas succumbed to the Calvin act. As the climax of the effective operations of that measure the American Tobacco company fol lowing suit after the potash trust, thecolTee trust, the match trust, and all the other trusts, have notified the jobbers and merchants throughout the state that the famous anti-trust bill made their existing contracts un lawful and they would therefore no longer be considered by either party. This throws the long closed market wide open to competition, and will cause reductions in the price of various commodities. It is all be cause a little Atlanta cigarette fac- j tory, asking and being denied the...

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. — 13 February 1897

''y'-'.'i' J' I ' r - v1- . - 'r v i I" . i- 7. '5 : .' ' .r - '- yi & , r . i r,? V ; ' V 'V' fV-' w 53 SGI? HUEH SSWSBOT. Vail. A. KAFHBB, faMUlM. feBNTOK. ... M1880URI Tmm 4mcm tathortstag the pro. nforma la th Island of Cuba ; lfn4 by th queen re ire at of Bpun od the th, ' 4 llon,,nH' o W. C MoCreery lo be eollector of internal revenue for tbe flret dUtrict of MUsonrl was con- , Braed by the eenate on the 1st. . Tbb offlolal returns of the Bombay , health aathorltles show that up to the 4th there had been ,098 cases of the plague and 1,841 deaths from the disease In that city. ' Ox the 4th Bank Examiner George A. Stone, at Mount Pleasant, la., was . ordered to take oharge of the First na tional bank of Urlswold, la., which naa closed its doors. Jakxs 8. Ecxku, comptroller of the Icurreney, has decided to retain his ' office until the expiration, in April, ISM, of the term of five years for whioh he was appointed. Tax rescue of the German minister to Slam from a mob iu Uangk...

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. — 13 February 1897

''.v.....-- ' . ' ft. 'i''r-'.. 'I : , ' . 4 r. v a a : . i . , TT r-: : . . - . iu rj 1 I r. x iireon auia in answer Tlt-L retain Iti rhythmlo flow, Because I read It many times; tt ran like this, when long ago It came to me from Ullly Grimes. Twag "writ" with bright red Ink, I mind. And right above tt hilli h. . Were pierced by knives of some queer kind, i.vu uiu meant lor - uupia darts." A Dttr gutl: ivc miyoxxtmw dorm iho rore mis new ive mAae no smt ut Nowjrou'u sec py Its smau cato Jam your own tfc Yoltntmt Ah, how I laughed until I cried Otr Billy's sentimental screed; Tho' well I knew the loyal pride t That lay behind Us Ill-spelled creed. Hsd he not battled for me well. When once a spiteful boy had said IHs missed and I the word did spell My golden locks were "flery red?" And had he not true-herted boy Saved up his pence to buy a treat, Ara.ihiB w,i5 "uam'. transparent loy. Laid down the treasure at my feet? Tls true I scorned his snubby" nose His freckles and his warty han...

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. — 13 February 1897

I' if, w "t".i..-If- 4 I) 'V 1 . ...... ! t-7 5 : 5 "i ' f SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOtf. tmr- Vah. A. ILvrfi"., Publisher. Vr Year, i Admnet ..... . . . ,' . $1.00 Less thtu one year, 10 eentt per month i ' . . A SAD CONDITION, The power o( the press is mighty, nod the pbwor of the country press Is mightier than the power of the metropolitan press. The country editor is closo to the people and his publications go direct to their homes. Uis utterances are supposeed- to be the sentiment of the people surround ing bim and, during the session of a legislature, have much weight with the man who represents the county in which the paper is published. Dut when the utterances of the country press are hampered by any thing, then a sad condition of affairs exist. Before the Missouri legislature is b measure to decrease railroad rates. Tha present rates were established at a time when the purchasing power of a dollar was only about half as great as now. Ties are cheaper; . rails, fuel, labor aud every...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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