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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 November 1876

I j ? r rnv: ?:; I.;.-::. S. H:.xHt SffiiTH. .'urji.slier. -V.'e i-i-p"et"ullv "lii-i! pi-.-.-.'!-. ! tttnli with i re-alt.-, and irotn liviuir wiilna o.ir paper"- -iri-iil-ii:..-i lo -i-l.'i U- tlii' !iw- lit li"'-l- rinilj I'tcrv lvwk. f '-.ifri-d-i'l.' it -nov.-i il !u:rr. Mr. il -iin. on '.'-.-.'.- p-i-'iiiarity of IVrry .-mimy. J . l" r ianti i 2 nit -o-it. a . S;iiv e-..T.t.ty llliiniill T.ifrH -r i- '!! llii; ri-.."" th:it Him itwn to tl'H pre.n; the ki.o vie !ii-c ;m -en-Tal, mi! the iii.s i-tti- mi iim rru; tj.Iij. oaten tread. Vienna i i'cits til-o tiirui-ii -i. ox i'-'it b-Oa i, V.'i.at i-.- ii'i in X York a- I'r.-iiol !rc.i'l 11: ni:il: Ii'tv-:i:ni ir urn in I lie habit mo-: o: mo A iiirieaii h"t-!- a'i'l r.s- of inppiit; a: ji-.ipli-"- ii.m-L- ii:i:u luiir.tuts ' nl i-imh i- tertian the a rim-nti- .Vttitfi-.eati h iker' ir -nil. .tn I i :ir- no t finiy ii-uit i.itn iiir.c.-y- ill i :it' ; iviislv. -U: - :i Vlli'i-i;r- e!e.;!e:I t M:i !:it liu.it -. Til Ifi"- majority ::...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HEJBT SMITH, Editor an2 Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOIMiL CUliRENT TOPICS. An attempt was made on the night of the 7th to despoil the ravc of ex-Presi dent Lincoln, at Springfield, III., it is supposed with the intention of carrying ofl the body and secreting it, with the expectation of securing a large reward for its restitution. Fortunately the nc farious plot was discovered by Mr. Robert Lincoln some days previous to the attempt to put it into execution, and on the night designated Cant. El mer Washburnc and a force of officers concealed themselves in the vicinity of the grave for the purpose of secur ing the malefactors. At about 9 p m. four men appeared at the monument, broke into the grated door. tore open the movable sarcophagus, and partly removed the casket. The officers then moved from where they were concealed, but the accidental ex plosion of a pistol gave the alarm and the villains ran into the shrubbery and so made good their escape. A Vienna co...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HKXEr SXITII, KdiUr ud ProarltUr. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. -Onrral Xatrm. The Fund Commissioners received on the 10thU)nc projio-al for the purchase of the rcnSral Kundins Bonds ot Missouri. I. F. eleber.t Co., St. Louis, bid for 223 bond l.iK'-'i.SlU eicii, which was accepted. The rcmain:n:r 8 huuds are unsold. BnchMMn Coanl) . Jacob Martin, known as Dutch Jake, was cutting wood with a buzz-saw in a yard in the rear of the i'acidc House, St. Joe, on the all. when his Mouse caught in the teeth of the saw. He fell on the saw, cutting an gash Mx niches ion in his side. In endeavoring to extricate himself he caught hold of the saw and lost two lingers of his right band. The wound in his side is very serious, but be may recover. Cooper County. The wedding of Mr. C. II. Allen, city editor of the Boonville Eaylc, and Miss Maria 6. liell, daughter of Noah Kell, Ks., was solemnized at lloonville on the evening of the th. Franklin County. Kdward I.ic...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 November 1876

! : I joiix v srm niKUT, i At the Ste. Genevieve wJUXUiAL JJ lili-A Dealer in Wr'"UWj " STAPLE Sc FAT!0gjk , i. P. I'.r.r.:-. ' ' i l.itp i-wr M..- ' .1. --.., t: "'- .....!- I i ... IIAHWI- : N1. )!s.rl.on and Rye IU.ANTMJ General Bur Stores, Menard'- i'.iiil.lhi-' -V liiil line of Vii. ShlrK. I o.-ier Mai.v ami Mkiwiiant St.'.- vr...irs: I luuVr-sIiirl, Drawers. CoHais. ts vfPrioe as Low :i- ihe Lowst.3 -, , ,,. a mill PS, HI Trunks, Valis, . (L .avlin; liass. At. STIC GyXJ'.YK'VS'! SiVs ISS'V- ' (;!(!. -in 1 . sti , stobe! h fi, it n i w rr ityrr-"- ik)c nmta-xar .dW ObUIO, ilUW UUMtt, HOW i iiUDOi rfftss. .-':: ... I , 1,1 1 1 hu AM' . HOME-MADE CLOTHING ! a ,.; retained . . ' . .. -tided In check .V A .etiiT.-ii 1 itrri-. d.lf'cd I I !'- ! . !.'(- STE. GEXEYIEVE, MO. TERMS :-XET CASH. F. C. ALiJEUT. :rVE. GENEVIEVE. MOlSSOUltl. Walrruti Rosewood Coffins C.KAU..-!Zr. AM) I'KICK. sti:. cti:nkvij:ve Uriels; If si2?d? WM. PAL1IEB, Proprietor. Vi.rt i ! -iti'l at tvtti:ih!i' rati. T...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 November 1876

FAIR PLAY. VOL. V. STE. GEXEVIEVE, MO., NOVEMBER 23, 1876. NO. 25. m 4 THE FAIR PLAY isn-!:i.i.-iiK! KVKil Y TMl'It-DAY MOiiXIXG r.Y S. HENRY SMITH. TKH MS :-.$. 00 a in .'Irvnnn: jy,. R-.t.8 of Advertfsine. IUi:-.'.'Iiii(i'!itrc)me;ii-Tliin. l.Oftl H:i-iiiw- c-ipl-. I ;,ir!i. 1tvi It if-ou-t-?i-r rnhinri. -, vi-j Ot:i-,,lf f-ft'tttnii. mm ir. o iuuii, one jt-ir, - - - - - 7Mt "".Ml iii:'iit a'lri-rti.i.n: mutl ! jwfcl f-YfSirly a-Ierti--mcnt lataMc iiarroil- in ', PKOPJSSIOXAL CARI S. Attorney at Law, St. fifticrifVR. li-otiri. Ii:uhv .lotivuv, i iiivtrr. I1V-. IlESItT S. "HAW. Sir. rtni':nvt Mo. JOHNSON & SHAW, Attorneys at Law, Sti Ceiievicve. Missouri. Will j rii-tiiT !ti thp iiiirt of th twentieth Jn l! i:i! ri.-riilt. liui'-r roiltwliunt. pny taxes for ii"ii-n--Mciil. :iiiil faithfully attend "to luiy and all liii-ine-- rntni-letl to lii-wre. virmix A. ROZIER, Attorney at Law, ', ( ittW In Bank Itilll-lliw.) Stc. (ienevieve, Mo. KOSSUTH W. A . WEBKR, AttVl Counsellor at La...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. BE5BY SSITU, Editor and Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CIJKRENT TOPICS. A St. Petersburg dispatch of the 14th says: The Czar has ordered mobilization of a part of tho Russian army. A circular of Prince Gortscha- koff, Russian Premier, to Russian rcp- re.entatives abroad, explaining this measure, savs : "The Czar does not wish war, and will, if pessible, avoid it. He is. however, determined that the principles of justice which have been recognized as necessary by the whole of Europe shall be carried out in Turkey under an efficacious guarantee. The trial of the three Younger broth ers began at Faribault, Minn., on the 11th, on the four indictments present ed to the Grand Jury, the first one for the murder of Hey wood, the second for the murder of Gostavener, the Swede, supposed to have been killed by Cole Younger; the third for the assault on Bunker, and the fourth for robbery. All have been indicted jointly. The pris oners have retained as counsel three go...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAY, S. H0ttr SMITH. EdH,r ut Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE. - MISSOURI. WIT ANI WISDOM. A uekteel lady alluded to lier female ancestor as Lady Eve, iC Rib. rni:i:K comes an hour when even the man who has a. pair of boots bet on election must break down for want of sleep, and drag himself homeward to meet his loving wife. It is gratifying at this time lor the owner of an ulster overcoat to discover that his wife has been using it all sum mer as a wrapper to protect the family cook-stove from the heat. A little girl, four years old, created a ripple by remarking to the teacher of her Sunday-school class: "Our dog's dead. I bet the angels was scared when they saw him couiinx up the walk. He is cross to strangers." Ik you have any old cracked potterv in the house, don't throw it over the back fence into your neighbor's yard Save it, and a hundred years hence it will be worth more than fifty times as much as now. The battered teapot your great grandmother threw away would be wort...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. THURSDAY, - NOV. 23. 187i, Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. "Between the Managers and the People When the wisest of mortem Massa chusetts statesmen said that this Presidential contest was "between the people and the managers," he was wiser than he knew. Ne 'doubt he ex pected, as all other good citizens ex pected, the issue would be accented iu good faith by the defeated party, whichever it might be. We doubt if any law-abiding citizen was in the least prepared for the spectacle which now presents itself of a party beaten at the polls using the long arm ot the Federal Government to turu the elec toral votes of States which undoubt edly voted for Tilden against Tilden, and marching troops into Slates where there is no possible pretext for their presence, iu order that fraud may be safely consummated. And yet this is just what we see Gov. Tilden has conceded to him br the Republicans 181 electoral votes, with. both parlies claimiugSouth Car olina, Florida and Louisi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 November 1876

i tr i.Tflij ifA.!"!? TTjA TIin.M)AY. X(V. J87t;. - C UiTilsv curru D..ki:.i..- .... o...r.. ruuiiautr. - '' "" -ijij in it . . a . c . . , . I .WffMHii." I I I mkMM iuivCiuS ujMuv.iviuu.g O O . p'lie ueai lit of our i niiiitv i ini- proving. Butler is worth -.1 cent- jier 1 11I. Our eyes are watering I'm- a SJ.Oo William. Ladies do yim xvatit a niee di e Co to (.'iix.-on Aj Fink's Read the advertisement of the , II,.in.. -. .v.;,.. r t. .1.;... ? iiniue .tcxviiiir Alsichiiie. .... , . I nc late-l ! A lri-li lot of nice . . ...... good- at Cro-foit A; Fink s. Tildeu rarrieil Jetler-on county' by 'J! majority. I'hel.i by iju:. 1 (I'eni-. tlo you want a tylif1i suit of clothe-? Hit to Crossnii ,t Fink'-. ri eparatifjns are bcin' made by our cnteriiri-iii merehaiits lor Iiollidays. The iot olliee at Poplar lllutTj b:i- been ilesijrnaleil ns a money-order i.Sle. ("i ni-vieve to let a fexv people 'Hiee. Ja- pn ible knoxx- xxhat ha- been I.ocaliziiiiris a plea-ant ta-k when ".v ihem at le...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 November 1876

' 4ber. I1V K. lt(i Fuas ;i;nnisox. The touch of Ill November Falls on llv li ting land; He oak trtfl ami the larches With shire wr branches stand ; wiEt5rfl i Bceolaf.'in Is ftltan cv try band. The 'lead stifflamonm their flowers; Te Tisre trtcs moarn their leaves; The voice of coming winter 8obbine;ly rtffhs and grieves; Anil the drear November sunset Its lengthened shallow weaves. There breaks not on the silence The twitter of a bird ; Within the forest arches No summer song is beard; And only by the north wind The leafless limbs are stirred. O lirds! O leaves! O flowers! Ofading things and brief! Ourbuman lives are falling Asfalls the autumn's leaf. And h f.ur drear November Our'iearts arc Imwed with grief. And jcithc winter's bondage The ic, the frost, the snow Shall met again and vanish AVben string's warm breezes blow. And undctwintcrs covering The flow of hope shall grow. NOEl HAUSSER. Dear Frienl; I would be very glad to accept your khd invitation to' spend a tew days at yo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 November 1876

SPIRITS IX COURT. iloir Ir. Slide 1Va Convicted of " graney In London The Sabtle Crafts by Wnlcb tbc American Impomd on Her Majesty's Subjects. London, Xov. 1. Hard labor for three months in the House of Correc tion." Such is the sentence pronounced in the Bow Street Police Court cn "Dr." Sialic, after a prosecution which, although a nine days' wonder for the prest, must pass into the history of legal investigations as a curiositv of the first class, one which will puzzle sore ly some future investigator of the man ners and customs of the English in the nineteenth century. The last day's proceedings in this remarkable ease were attended by an even larger crowd than had assembled before, among them many "mediums" and Spiritualists, A male and female. The points upon which the magistrate had to decide were two, which he thus stated: "1. Were the facts alleged as committed by Slade an offense under the Vagrancy act? and (2) did Slade do what he was alleged to have dne? viz., used palm ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 November 1876

.1 IT- Is r NEW FRM. JOHN F SfHUCHERT, D(ItT in STAPLJJ & FANCY Groceries, OKNUINB Rtfirtwand Ije Whiskies, fill, D&ANDIES, HITTERS and General Bar Stores, I y Menard' Building Cornet Main and Mekcmaxt St.' 8'i:. GENEVIEVE, MO. RtTPrfeas Low as the Lowest. Jg) TEIM8 ; SET CASH. F.C. ALBERT, STE. GENEVIEVE, MOISSOURI, DCALXKIN Walnut 1 losewood Coffins OFALLSIis ANI PRICK. T.f-All Onlera prorptlr T'.IM. y STE. G1XEVJEVE WM. PALM EE, Proprietor. f. -Brick in Urgnorami quantities fnroistioil r! notice and t rftiwalrfc rat. M-ty LR F.GUllOURl), DKAl.FK I?, Drugs and Mtdicines, PAINTS. OILSAO, Ste. Genevieve. Mo. MRS. MARIA WILDER, Dealer in Family GROCERIES China. Glass 8s Qitkknsvakk, Ste. Genevieve, Mo CS All kinds of farm product; tak en in exchange for goods at thehigh- rl ki:t price. hit GAMBR1NUS HALL, 'of tier Third and Market Srotta, opposite court iiousk. i li- ry tin quallt or H'lnc. Llqnora. Bi'rrsaM 1876-Fall andWiiter-1877. At the Ste. Genevieve ONE PRICE Clothing S...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 November 1876

1.J 3 VOL. Y. STE. GEXEVI KYI-:. MO., NOVEMBER :jO.'!S7G. NO. 20. FLAY va n ua r-i m i r 4' THE FA Ml PLAY is i'i"r.Lis:n:ia t.VEKY THUMJAY MOir.VLT i 15 V S. HENRY SMITH 7lCl;MS:-s,2.oO a Advance. 3 'oar Itatos of Advort:s!nq. --u .r--t -Hrv ("m tv J i:t"i:ir rtM-t. ? ! frf o 1 M.;..Mit in.Hitii'U, - . - - - i v" h - l- i.teJt. jir. - - - r..m - '. tiTt .huin. .- r-.r, - - - V.' rvt!nni"i. ;t jcm. ----- n. ! ..- -..-n m, ):' y.?ir." - ----- 7-Vf i iv.i;in Vi-isly IviTtiM-m-r-uT j-rtal-h it-it1tl-i m h.of::ssional cards. , A t lorncy at Lav,i Ste. f'eticvievo. Missouri. t-r.i'l;r .flMIVJx, iltC-, III-. HcMIV S. ltv. :. i;i-iirM-ir, Mti .10IIXSOX&SHAW, I Attorneys at Lav,i Si'. Cioiirvii-vr. MNmri. 1 H ill rnrcitrviii thotiinAf the lntiptli t, ii-tiviii t-s, mmI ftithtully rtlt'inl It any ai;l i FIUMIX A. ROZIEK, i A I torney at La w , (Oltli-i- In Haul. KulMlnir.) Stc. Genevieve, .Mo. KOSSUTH W. A. WKHER, Att'y 1 Counsellor at Law, kaI!Min;ti ' rirrful Mini iriit s n--. r:.!ruiv...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HEXBT SXITH, EdlUr ud Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CUliRENT TOPICS. A Calcutta telegram of the 20th gives the following particulars of the recent terrible disaster in Eastern Ben gal: Three large islands, namely, Hattiab, Sundecp, and Dakhan Shah abazhare, and numerous smaller islands included in Backergunge, Nookholly, and Chittagong, were entirely sub merged by the storm-ware of Oct. 31, as was also the mainland for five or six miles. These islands arc all in or near the estuary of the river Megua. The largest, Dakhan Shahabazhare, is 600 square miles in extent. It had a population of about 240,000. Ilattiah and Sundeep, together, had about 100, 000 population. Up to about 11 o'clock on the night of the 31st, there were no signs of danger, but before midnight a wave swept over the country to the depth, in many places, of twenty feet, surprising the people in their beds. Dense groves of cocoanut and palm trees around the villages enabled many to save th...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S.UOEI MBSTII, KJilorsnu Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOUUL SSSBSSSSB-SSB xi?i.wir,-.-'ii t-r .t iv.miv rjUii&IUA IIAIj fcLiKCTION. Louisiana. l'KOCKKlJl.NU.S OK TUB RKTL'KXIXG BOAKD. Xov. 21. The Board was in executive se( Eion about t!ir hours, examined returns rom nix aildition.il pariehcr, laying IhoFcasi-ic in which there were coatcrte-or protests for ac tion. It was a?ci-rtaiii-:d that there are contests in a larse Majority of the pamheH. ounsel lor mn uniien sutii-s sucrvivin or Klectl n filed a nroteht asninrt the exclusion of Smier- visors during Uie cauvaaa and compilation of the Xov. 22. The Hoard examined the re tires from ceran additional parishes. The va cancy on the Hoard remained unfilled. ;nv, WickliOe, Klrctor at Large on the Itemm-rath ticket, was excluded from the ronm, ami inform cil that he could oi.lv lie nresent in cane of aeon. Sri'.i.i h.T erf "p!'1 re1""18 romn parishes bad not yet bicn n-ccivel. Judre SpofTord, of counsel for Democr...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 November 1876

THE KAIIv, PXjAYM -rltkvr-im ,,,, .,. -.u..mi.j(,,..t 0f it fain.., other valuable mineral vvi.it.H ic- .-.-ri- . ; i.ie i-iuau'jj. l;e:.u!.!i-a:. 1-of Kepiv-cnt:. ti r:"d :: exi-tii g in the eotiutv i- r . ,. ' tive condemned the same Hoard in " K ioiin a put. white ubstaiice mi.ch x ' 1 '- -tiiii- .1 it;. . ; ,t;;..,. H'lini year ut u- ei-;e n-e. : . j ...... r. , 1 . . nou ami some r.-.tuer .lama-: :. . 'i ii-::tkJ'.'it TS. ii t!il :.s exi-liig i:i the eotiutv i ,,,, . i It M : A i.ct'Uixj J:citbU-ti .huijtutl D- I.7-V ami ike report of t lie special iv.-emb'iug chalk but heavier, loo-er Whit h ha- .-: -ntt ex inc j.oHtxiiiitu i.i tiintuKj J .mmittee whtci. investigated it.-de- in it- parne.c- am: more crystalline in the way ... manipulating 1 1 if in :t :pp uranto on examination, saiit.a-. ha- :.g.;.ii ju-.-r.l uii.. The iie-vs which wc have to return- ol !i7l .va.-.minniii:i.i!iie1 I: i.-.-! I. r making the lino tpieen - ami mating. m.i.: .1 u- ' .... , , , it- i r ili-r-. In w...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 November 1876

.iV. .) 1-.7-. ;S. iMHHV SMiTH. Publisher. V.V notic.; .-j'i;,-e t",:jgi.nti or., Tit" P'iplr.r ili'it!" r'ilz- - -r -t:r -li- et. a 'shi " He t!-..il:-a-if cilv fiom ten tn twi-Htv irai'i'i- -to;' at hie :nri"--"'l with liim. tha; place every -rn-it. . Our i-lirl;li. -t o.unty ' 1 In- :-;ur 'u!M!ulp!i.ia- a. pojtiil.t- T.io:: of thirty thou-ai-d. i a.T. ! ; J ilun t.Ti" t'J1 it ..--ant mat more cnnon :-i-chi- i laro -.- coii'iiy. .nr. .hjiiii.-o.i . . - J'"Ou C c -biped i: s !.: zto-A- that! e ..r . ' "(,'', . ...... i - ,1.-U'. .veat!.. t. ..otoi.-ai :,j ,.ae .t-.,:i. ,-..ti.y i- 70-. Smoke thai ht your YflTSnVWTI Soil.;-, yr.-tcrdav. 1 A mall bjjimI tu .-liU-fttUl ::.lil :: ' pipe, too.-- l'u''i'".'- . . f h U i;ii:'-lii!a i-i-'niilK-r. ! vt!ii.i: :mf,'i -evci:ij'evcr. were re-. And our coat::;.-, v.'ii-h ppo-cd O ll i -tis 1 -V!. !..,- ... j f:t,i..!.in 'f.. I ?-.,. !.i.-.. i...pli-.i.. I-i i-di-v : tirili : ::liv Majtti-!; ii'-ln-r'- tn;or"ty in tin- "Oiisity":-. :J7 r.' r hi-e...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 November 1876

Pane Pictures. ur kusc i-cnur cooke. A wonder-worker all night locg IIm wrought liia task for me; Now, by tlie co!t and distant dawn. His miracles I sec; Ilia glarings ou'thc winJow-pane, Of magic tracery. Here lifts an Alpine fcummit, steep Asia the heavenly ttair. A way-tMc cross below the path , But not a pilgrim there; So ad face of humanity, No agony of prayer. And here, lief ore a lonely la A fringe of reels and ferns; Across the water's crystal chill No dying tum-eta bum You hear not on that rushy shore The call of drake or tern. Here lies a crowd of broken boughs. A windfall in the wmcIs: Some wild :.tl wondering hurricane Hath wrecLr-1 these solitudes : Hut on that tangled tlrearinefd No living step intrudes. And here is Arctic wa.-te and woe; A glacier's mighty face, Sfejeeticin its awful march. Slow seaward from its place. ISeneatb that frown of solemn death There lives no human trace. Kutfdowly from the joyful East Ascends Hip dawning sun : Jieforc his look of light and ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 November 1876

frfE YOUNGER ISItOTIIEKS. ffce Plod ulitr tm the Murder or aj(ywood. Md are Senteatced to Im--rlMomrnt ror Life laapreealre Jlceaee Court. I From the St. Paul Pioneer-Press. Fabibault, Minn., Nov. 20. Mr. Rntledge returned from Madclia on SatnnbjT evening anil spent nearly all of Sunday with hij clients, the Younger brothers confined in the Kice County Jail. He assured your correspondent daring the day that the boys had not yet determined what plea to enter to the indictments found aguit them, though the decision had to be made in the morning, as the limit given them in which a plea might be entered was sttn end. It is understood that the sister and aunt have counseled the wiser cojne of a plea of guilty to the indict ments as removing the possibility of a sentence to the death penalty, and this counsel at last prevailed. Court did not meet this morning until 10 o'clock, but long before that hour the room was filled with anxious spectators, awaiting the arraignment of the prisoners,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 November 1876

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Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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