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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 December 1876

AY i VOL. Y STE.UKXKVIKVK. MO.. nECEMBXli 14.1870. NO. 28. trips i B J1 XJLJLH 3 i . . it- iti:i.isi:i:! l: KiCV Till'lNHA Y .mohxi.v; B. HBNP.Y SMIIK. TE!;.US:-X..'JJO a ) in . Iilrttiin'. ear T?i-.. I'. 'S ot ......... .t , " .TrcM!.'.- itIhi'v )! " - ! j!- ii-iTii-.i.. -j 1 ...i. -1 1 .-1 . '- iiM-r..i.iiui.. ..M....-1!. n ''r''',rT!.',- r I-;- 1 '.llv j.i.!;'H .'I !'! ili!a p:ir!-ty in 'r.-i n iinAr.wiAVir fti.i.e ' n " " I !.()!. SSll.N.V I. L!iH.!ii) ailiri,- it-.-ihVl and deM-ri lor. J. 15. UOHIJINS. Alitiriioy at Law, Sie. (.'elieviet t:. "liollr. lfor- '.-i.t. n. ' Mo'iiiv. v-.c-w. I ..I!V'V, i ltltl'Nil .v!l-. -Attorneys at j f r - i nw. in,, .i ? . : ie (.eneieie. .Mfoiui. .:.,,i .1.. :...i, 1.. Ml ir.irll'i 111 the i-nurt" .1: tl.e tv ':i!:"Il .III - i:.-:j1 curuit. m,k.: ..-..llii...... ue, 1 -r tii.ie.iie-ll. t.U'I I'tillltilih -ffeil.l t. auv Ull'l uiiu.". rnlru-'f.! ti iiiraie. I I RM I N A. ROZIKU. AttOrilOy lt LiaV - f. . . If. l.CMiievo. Mtt. -- - - - -- nccfi'TT ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 December 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HENKT SMITH, Editor sad Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CUIUIENT TOPICS. Further investigation into the loss of life by the burning of the Brooklyn Theater developed the horrible fact that over three hundred lives were lost by the terrible casualty. Up to the night of the 7th 309 bodies had been removed from the ruins, and the ghastly work was still progressing. Most of the bodies were unrecognizable. The unidentified remains of the victims of the Brooklyn Theater disas ter were interred on the 9th. They were inclosed in one hundred coffins, and the whole interred in a large plot in Greenwood Cemetery. Business generally was suspended throughout the city, and a vast concourse followed the funeral cortege to the grave and participated in the final ceremonies. The Presidential Electors of the va rious States met at their respective State Capitols, on the Cth, in accord ance with the provisions of the Consti tution, and cast their votes for Presi dent and Vice...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 December 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HOST saiTH, Editor 4Bd Proprietor: STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. DEATH IN THE FLAMES. iVvHciilnrM MroolUyn of the Unmlne of the Theater Onr 3UO Uvu Jtsr-YiTn ,.c. . 'iix. urc jn the Brooklyn Theater last night was at tended by an appalling loss of life, and it is thought that not less than two hun dred persons were killed in the rush to the exits, or burned to death, being un able to escape. The fire broke out dur ing the performance of the last scene of the Two Orphans," in which Miss Claxton, who plays the part of the he roine, was on the boat-house floor. In fire minutes more the audience would have been dismissed, and there would have been nothing more serious to record than the destruction of property. The house was about two-thirds filled. those below sitting well forward toward the stage. For those in the family cir cle, dress circle and galleries there was no way to es cape except by Washintrton Street. THK PANIC-STRICKEN PEOPLE rushed pell inell towards and ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 December 1876

" l-T 1 I THF FAIR PLAY Umuris piect: os p" w wr! T"e jateof ,1,c Union !?o"5n tK''MARK THSSS FACTS. 10 l,KMy1 -ZiZ.. T .-- " have had in a long time. The l'rc-i , hands of those Republicans who arc lh,.T,t!in.nrr ..- wsoir w.i,i TllC St. Loilis TilllO. (dent afterwards rcftt-ed to modify hi vel i.- t rcVe that ti.ov will de i i lOL.l-OW.rW.- IM1. 1 .?. Unler-to General Roger, and l:tttc-.-- , ,,. ,.,.. ...,a.'st their -ih-in.. .w;ic,ii..1!..-'-mi. Bni . . Which ha- ju-t ''"V; ' !''''.'!. . JaKf&T - i.i-i i .: .. ,0" ' "ur "u,,lr tiuitr ..-. ' tenth M'.ir of II- e.l-tcnc. atn-l KFl? -ii- I -on ha-tened in alarm ami ve.atim , ,, ,. ... ..it-i n '..nr. iii.asviM-Tv.-!.!. . , , ,i ..j,,. A-iKS! I. .i i. ii- . ,...lM,'l- i-day thev cm Mill .in.i.n ... t.,ra,...I!i..r amt k.,-,, a,.-,,, u, riou-and -out.- i....ici .iai.i.ii .-m NCMKr5ff-- n " tin; Republican sjcnulorx to get ' . . i .... i to h..n-c ftion- iia- a-am ; a d nader tl. . ciSB?iaVt5JS- ' .. . . ... .. ' Gratitixm Vi&V...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 December 1876

THE FAIR, IFjA-YJ 0 ' " . - . Til iur, DI-C 11. In76. 3. HZttRY SMITH. Publisher. Lingering Local Lightning Prof.. Allyji i- in town. Logout for the 'Jtlijinolee." Weather a Utile mure iilca-ant nu'ain. A boat went tlown tin; tivcr titi-Hinrnin. Mr. Loin- Tluti iil in N quite ill.ee.-il Meami-r-. of the M. & .-t. I witlt iineiiinonia. i'aeket Co. a- they ply pa-t our city. .Mr. Winter liiled liis ice-hott-e i "(it-t ijumhiy ami Monday. ' Ve h-ar it rumored that the top- , he -hippin;,' of freight on .r furciacc is ?o be a li.le. the -l (..met- St. .1 pi,, on her la-t '-l)JXter, iu.itod.l.tr.Uoutv,i,o.,,i, 4,ow- ll M-'- " Utat it m.,....i: . i " would be to the inlere-l : the nark - na f it m: .Mi-iiiiiui-L t-tiitri-ii. ' - i i.e.- I There are only live boats now I..,. ......... 11.. .1. 11 1 ... an-- iit:t .ulh ii:iiii :iiiii I .iir-.- . Fred. .1. Sheible ha- .everetl l.i- I i-niini-ctiou with ihu- Ftirwr u,i Ji- A t wo year old 'ov wa burnt tl ' it tle.ath near l.to-i a few da ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 December 1876

Hazel Blossoms. BTJOIINU. WIIITTIEU. The Summer warmth has left the eky. The Summer songs have tlieti away ; And, witkerc-1, in the footpaths lie The bllcn leaves, but yesterday With ruby and with topaz gay. The grass is browning on the hill; Nopale, belated flowers iccall The atral fringes of the rills. And drearily the dead Tines fall, Frost-blackcncl, from the roadside wall. Vet, thriugh the gray and somber wood. Against the dusk of flran.l pine, I.a of their floral sisterhood. The hazel's yellow blossoms shine. The tawny gold of Afric's mine. Small beauty hath my unsung flower For Spring to own or Summer hail ; Hut, in the season's saddest hour. To skies that weep and winds that wail Its glad Eurprisals never fail. O days grown cold ! o life grown old I No rose of June may bloom again; ltut, like the hazel's twisted gold. Through early frost and latter rain Shall hints of Summer-time remain. And as within the hazel's bough A gift of mystie virtue dwells, 'That points to golden o...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 December 1876

r X 4 Astronomical 1877. TnE following are some of the i: pni eipal astronomical phenomena of -the year 1877. The ti mes given are Chica go mean-time; and the appearance is that presented to an observer in this city, uniess otlierwise stated: SaKOXTf. Jan. 7. H, 81. SO. Juir 2,8.15.22,29. Feb. 4. 11, IS. . An;. 5, 14. 19. . Mar. 4, 11, If. 45. Sen. a. 9, 16. . 30. April 1. S. 15. 42. 29. Oct. T. U. 21. jjs. wfiy 6. H, 80, i7. Nov. 4. II. IK. 35. Wane 3, li, 17, St. Dee. 2, 9, 14, 23. 3). I "te. April 1 fmarkel with an ) will be E. frrMinIay: iicitcthK .-.unday next followin" the urn. tun uiwu auer mc vernal equinox THE MOON Month. Xttc Jloon. Full Jfnon. Jay. Jl. Jl. bay. II. JT. January. ...It 37(4 . m. a. in. 2' p. in. FebruaryIt 3 Jlarca I1 9 April 13 Way 13 11 Juue 11 8 July In 4 August... . 8 11 lepteraler T 7 October.... 6 4 November.. 5 2 Uccember. . 4 4 8'4 a. m. 3H P- m. noon. 39 p. in. a. m. 1S!4 p. m. 27 p.m. 10 turn. K p.m. S!H a. m. 131-i p. m. 27 1 2S 11 p. m. 27 10 26...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 December 1876

I. 1 NEW rutM. 1876-Fal! and Winter-1877. iohn f schuchkut, i At the Ste. Genevieve Dealer III STAPLE & FANCY Groceries, KKKUINK Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. Gin, UtAXDlES. ItlTTEKS AXU General Bar Stores, Menard Uiiildin-j (''tii'T Main and Mkihmiant Si." STE. GEXKYTKVK, MO. ISSOK & FIIK.' ONE IMilCK Clothing I. P. I'ai-.ks. I Jx.t. l Jai. liAKKIS & J MS. QRSAT B4HGI1T for CASH! STi:.(;FNrviKvru2X iss-v !. Silver i (.'.it U ((.p.Mto the C.irt II-...-0., . ft I ATM" , HTIO W OUT I ift OHO MQWPP?0Q0 ,r :""'.-- 's l'riM Y...!ii '.,, B.i tt-r-v;.; ..rtm-.,! Unll 11 .( II H HVy Il'I'M Jifil''' I I ifA 1 ij.aS.-ii- iiii.iir",..-. ..i s..,i.i ,,t. zr .-.i- w.m-' ilUl? IjUUjLUc iuUif UJUUL't lJvk i liUUWa C..li.-:ioti- in J..;itin-..-t .V-min HOME-MADE Cl.O'HILNG ' Of nil (i:ilitii- strut A lull line of White Shirts. Over-shirls, (iu(iershirts, Drawers, Collars. Trunks, Valines. lavellMS Baxs. 4c. P-VI'i-iee, :l Low as tin' Lowest. ' iXeCKHPS. v "A I I Innn nnil CltL- ll.l n.,.!,!...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 December 1876

FAIR PLAY. I VOL. V. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., DECEMBER 21,187(5. NO. 29. THE ifclTHUKiinii ; Doir Fair I'Uui : I.VKKY THflNIiAY MOKXIN'C; ; Alter wailin-r some lima to h"nr TILE FAIR i'LAi' 'HTi nill(i lia"' .lL,!"1 lh COa!sThePactsin Louisiana Ca-e. But the hoard wantonly iW?Jrdf : I -v '' inn iscts in the conduct of thdjihe requirement, woen it opened jened; lot the h..y ni Via "Henri .r. j I.ui.Kitia returning hoard which 'tho return it found complaint of ...11. i : ...i i - i . . .. . . i ..... . !i - i vim-. .n. ..... i on , oiiunired a lildon inninritr of y.Of.0. inlimidiutoti from a few pamne 1 1 t " - Mmui'p lntTV !. itl.l utikrtr itwia 11... - . . . , a-.,. . . . i i . . cj rit-wnv e.r,r- i:.i.d others, I asri.in tck ni. :bu pun-J , " a majority or -....vu. are ( om not nn irnm mo me pansnes . HNBY SMITH. Vil lo dr-.p vou a hi-v lit..- j" Throw a club :i.ii..n-.r lot. at ,! so atrocious in their future und so . of Ouachita, Morenos, Hast .Baler. TE7iMS:.0O a Year', Kir,t, I w,....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 December 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. . HESnY.saiTH. JMItoranJ Proprietor, STK. KEXEVIEVE. MISSOL'KL CUliUENT TOPICS. The Associated Tress agent at Wash ington has given to the public an au thorized statement of the views of President Grant regarding the political situation, as taken from the President's own lips by a Press representative. The President denied the report that he had informed Representative iiewitt that he would recognize the House of Representatives in South Car olina which first secured 63 of the'reg ularly certified members, but admits that he did express in his presence the opinion that the House could not legally organize for the transac tion of business without that number. (Mr. Hewitt agrees substan tially with tho President in his recol lection of this conversation, and states that he never reported it any differently ; he thinks, however, that the proposi tion first mentioned was fairly implied from what the President said.) He said that he had never authorized Gen. Ruger to place...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 December 1876

THE FAIR PLAY, S. IIKNUT SBITH. Editor ul Proprietor. 3TE. GEXKVIEVeT" - MISSOURI- MISSOURI STATE NEWS 'm-Central Xol. Following is the rc-tilt of the election, November T, cast in this .Slat; for President of the Uuitru .State and for Governor: CONGRESSIONAL.. NO POCKET. Copnty. i-BiiiKrr. ;ovkksoi:. Til'len Ihxjt I'lulpi Z.- dair Andrew Atchison .Audrain JSarry JIarton Hates Kenton 'itollincer Boone (Huchanan I'.utler Caldwell Callaway Camden Cape t.irarilcau.. Carroll Carter. . Cass Cedar Chariton Christi in Clark Clay Clinton Cole Cooper Crawford Hade Dallas Daviess.. DeKalb Dent DoilCj.'IB , Dunklin Franklin lascona.ie Gentry , 'Ureenc . iirumly Harrison ., Ilcrry , Hickory ' Unit Howard Jlowcll Iron Jackson. .Jasper leDerson ........ -Johnson Knox Laclede Lafayette Lawrence Lewis Lincoln Linn Livingston McDonald Macon Madison Maries Marion Mercer... . Miller ' Miss ssippi Moniteau Monroe Montin.ir.crv .... Morgan....". -ew Jiadrm .... Newton Nodaway Oregon.. Osacr Ozark Pemisc...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 December 1876

THE FAIR PLAT.! , j , THURSDAY, - - n-.:J D.V.7ro4. o ""rl'. f i That Investigation .... - "j,HWfu,,vcs4t,rr the Til.kM! elt-Bior-. after tt met in W oshmglon -.ty am, j hayo ,n.cu lhroWJi on , L. ,.,.,,. Xmr.i.t link nciti I 'afxtAej tho appoiiitraont of committees ol investigation by both houne.i, to look into tho alleged oieetion fraud j in Ixuifliaiia, South Carolina arid, tor; that, eotn'edinjr Kloridu and i that d.-tiie.i popular frovrrnim-m in Fiondu. Tho Hou-o committee j South Orolins to tJov. Have, lie had j it. t-oinphti-t m i.mj. H- ditl not he were tho find, on ti.o grounds, and , electoral vote;.. -ivin him.. Sieve m a tlireet voie.-t thema,-. slor ... - .... , , just for the sake of aiiriiment. all tin-.- veri-imi niauitrate ot the land, comntenced their mvpit!!'atioris last J" ''" . ....... , vreek. In Loui)ia!!a every impedi ment pos-ibto has been thrown in their way. Tho eotnmiUoo of the Jlouso liaa even boon treated with in Boletica by thu members of the lie turni...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 December 1876

f IS FAII. PLAY".- ' . . . . i. . J , r r;ii'i.w.Y - DEC. Ml, 17. - - - - S. HiSiSY SMITH. Publisher. i .inO-3Tli?U L!ll LilQhf Vll'ia' 'q .M Tin: Cone Mill.- are paying lir Wheal. 1.1U - hvt-i It'uJv i "citing reaitv for lirt!:na-. Tins latet no wlty an liii!(liilir a l!ttikc-tiiit:;. I'mtlar ItitiiT h. had th ti tini!in;:.r d-iwu to zero. H'lnt ever -aw o lituclt eoldt Weather u:t!i -o little ruiivt ? ih vtiiiinr tin. it ..r i..ti..i. m.. y . .'('I. li ijiiiii are alli-fted u iih tin-, i.in.. Ii.it , ! Tit- Hhnr Citizen ha e handed ,el"-Vr- ,utt1 Wj't, h"S1l,!"!l,and- ..aintnd (.--! under the so elo-e. . on II hear turn, her oot,. .,,,,, (. y i. ( ia-. M.U'itler has nut ved hi j fatnilv into hi- new brick hott-e on '. the -ijuare. ()ylcr and Turkev Lunch at i iolleiir- sultoii on Ciiri.-tns-.t- iii.iru- iit at HI ttVlnek. ; --!!.tvev..n -e ti the late N'ttveltv . lite -rreat eariiet exhibitor '! If not pi to"Ci"t--on I'ink"-. T Uo'.t't Inret I lie I'literiHinm.-nt" ' tit the conve...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 December 1876

V Santa Claus and His Men. A curious place isoid Old Santa Claus' ilcn. All fctor'U full of treasures; where queer little men. Xo larger than drumsticks, yctaetivean! Arc busily working frcmi morning till night. ioned cinnamon rose is the most fragrant to nie; and it was he, calling to tne to come down and walk; These queer little fellows, these small. All answer with pleasure Old Santa Claus' call For "Filly more bonbons, one hundred more toys! to tli rob and ache at its anniversary." Mr. Koyburne tapped his violin gently, as much as to sav, "Wo know what that is," but he looked curiously at his and I went down, too readily perhaps, bright, landlady. Having lived two years un-' and we walked through half a dozen der her roof, and found her efficient in workmen eo all tne practical atlairs ol life, and al ways cheerful, it had hardly occurred to him that she had a more tender or . your romantic side, though he tunes such tunes as seemed like the music of the spheres with variations....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 December 1876

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Apple Custaud. 1 pint sweet milk, 1 pint of smooth apple-sauce well sweet ened, 3 eggs; flavor with lemon and bake without top crust. Muffins for Bkeakfast. 4 cups of bread-sponge (risen), 4 eggs, small cup Jot butter, and flour enough to make a stiff batter. Mix at night: keep warm. and in the morning drop by large spoon fuls into muffin-nngs. Let rise for 4 hour, and bake in a quick oven. Lemon Pie. Yelks of 2 eggs, 1 cup of sugar, the juice and grated rind of 1 lemon, 14 cups of cold water. 2 table spoonfuls of flour, and 5 of water mix ed for thickening. Bake until done, but not watery. Beat the whites of the eggs to a stiff froth and stir in 3 cup of sugar. Spread over the top, and brown in the oven. This makes delicious pie. Tapioca Pudding. l quart of milk, a small teacup 4 full of tapioca, about 14 teaspoonfuls of ground cinnamon ; sweeten to taste ; put all in a pudding dish, and bake 2 hours in a slow oven. The first hour it must be stirred several times,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 December 1876

NEW FIRM. I l876-Fa!landWiiiter-l877. JOHN F SCIIUCIIEUT. : At tile Me. liOIlC VIC Ve , ONE PRICK Dc-alcr :u STAPLE & FAXCTc CBOSSOH & msi Clothing ; . I. i .!:. !.tm. I rVrvTl . Wii. J,nL (. j HARRIS & JAMS. BRANDIES. BITTERS AND (T)jsito the Ourt Hou-p.) wl!I -.'.war- ll'i.t a wrll M'ij-ttvj r:rm if nn'iHi1 ;noil fur imW Youth.' i HOME-MADE CLOT1II Sill Eonrboi ani Rye Whiskies, Gin, Y'S Sv'1' : ' i New Store VqwUq NewPrinosi HUH MUUlUa UUII UUUUU, lluffV LLlliVU i ' ' ' o 'STE- 6FKKTIKVK SAVING" ASS STE. t.EXEVIEVi:. MCi. 1 (lii. SiJrT and linwi nii.M-it; --(riirili-- liti;:ht and Mild j Uni t-; in miiii ! fu'it. on tin- priu riiial ritu in K:iri.- (ill-rtiiii- in Sotithra-l rWi--on'-i ' -ohrit.'d cud promptly :.n iiiir'I to. ami ri-mirn-il on day ot"yi-viio 111. tt ill pay l::- tor iniit-ir-u;-iji- mi General Bar stores,; w m hu m ; Just Received by Crosson & Fink, at IH.schsl!7, Menard!. Iiutliliii i. A lull 'iiic of J f)A S,f-rif1 nil lorf-h-i lit tr.w m Your '...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 January 1877

PLAY VOL. V. STE.GENfKVIKVK. MO., JANUARY 11.1877. NO. 32. FAIR 8. it i Tin-: FATK PT.AVI ron ;: win: we. 'thin-) is -mall. :tiul what there i- i- AGrtt NatioanlWorfc i.srrni.isHK: !::: y thi'iisday jioilvixc r.v " p.. henry SLrnrr. TIC U.MS: - A ?.. C.i) a Wrr ': . hi to nr.". Cow to old Ste. Oenovieve cnimtv. .wry (H'omen. .-irraiitrcii. all Kiwis .,.,,1 ,...,.,f .I...H t ... v 1 ..lit .. .,,. ! Karmint-'ton Notes. I"t irnoil- being thrown loirctlier 1:1 , ... " jaim.ul,i,jii . r .... . T . .. the tir-t "rniitrc wa orsanuiM: in No- - t...j. ...j , p.,-,,.:. ,. ,. .1,.. ,.,..,,,. wire oiim-iun. 111. i . o cee;iiiou-. - 1 1 11c iiiiifiraica i.tnr , -. . t-:.m.i:,-i..,., tl: ciimlj wit of ,,., w ,, .,.... vernier. 1873. and -lmrtlv after. ! ?ri 7 ''V:i- , St. I'lanc-i-, is Ntti.ili'il .fi ! Itivl , ,V -iiiu-i. :ml tin; ".li-r Stor.' hotli uf eight others. Now then.- are but -iv- ! n-i.-t -.1 I.,.i.I :ili..ul mvi ati'l a ha!f: which carry a d 'Ink and tin a cii in 1! ; the oilu.r I wo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 January 1877

THE FAIR PLAY. S. BKSnX SSITII. Editor -nil Pronrirtor. ST. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CCIIREXT TOPICS. The public debt statement for Jan. 1 shows an increxc during the preceding month of .93,585,742. The total debt, less $137,001,278 cash in Treasury-! was 82,089,330,099. Commodoke Vaxdekiiilt died on the 4th, after an illness of several months' duration, at his residence in New York City. He was 81 years of age.. His dcatb had little or no effect on the stock market, having been so long expected. It is estimated, by those in position to judge, that Commo dore Vanderbilt was owner of securities having a present market value of about 85,000,000, and that of this total fully 55,000,000 consisted of stock and bonds of the New York Central and Hudson Kivcr Railroad. It is under stood that the bulk of this vast property is to be kept together, and that provis ion has been made for reinvesting the accruing interest on it in his favorite securities. Mr. William A. Wiikklek, in a re cent inter...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 January 1877

I mi tti -1 i t-t-j rT T I lavs irnj-crativrly provide the rc-an-i, rwi re- ' eminent, including extraordirnrv ai ropr'a I J-! i 4 f I -, I I .A Y I iili- tl Iriii-" ! iym-ntof -!:. lions. The -umol i 1-1 ,bl i.:i-"W-ea aud.tcd -1 - ' -"- J -J-.A- . and the annual reduction of the other. No Leg- i a- authnrzed hv law. l.-r whi-.-li no ai'i-r.-nrri- S. I!;:.::Y S""TII. Kililiimcl Prii'.rietiir. STI". GKXKHEVE, Missounr. GOT. HABDIU'S VALEDICTORY Sk.vatoi:. inh i:i:i-i:i:-i:T.Tivi s- The Con stitution imos iiji.ir. the i -g:s!alurc a degree of care and ..n-i.lrr..ti';n hen li-h.re unknown in legislation. Satisfactory rii:ccss will coir.conly Irom un'.iring labors ami wt 11 digested views of its proviidous. An important iartif your duty will Im to harmo-uze existing laws, w"illi them. Tins a. Ic-incl hi latmrious a ta-fc that the Irnmcrs of this instrument provided therein that this session might extend to li days. U liilst it is true that this will lrkI great lalsir. exactin-rfroni ou...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 January 1877

'PXT 1? A T R TT , A V 1 -. . . T Turn fAN. II. 3-7 OSc-ai Paper of Sie. fenevieve Go. i U is not ..,...Ilv unilcrsto-Mi :Txat (ho rwvnt'e.-it.;" in FIori.it !,,..; oiided in wtot!u-t.- Deiiiriciv.tic io:-.. Tlio'coiin wa only a-ked l:y i of Uierowi for C'ovltiioi . the only riii-!i in ilsi iniii't :'m Mni'ri iIm-i-c!.' ....... ........... ...u.u.. ............ :(i th-::i to correct it .o as to prc'f iit simply the lahniaiion o! thu z'.ihn-j Jiatorial vol.:. In voinpiyit!r with Jilts i-ccoud mau.iatc thy hoanl aain Unworn ' ay county anil ::!optr.l iilAfaiM i-i'liirn tnnii liinci'i- i-finiiiv i: place of the true one. but thi reit.r:. ! 1VC8 .iccejU -l bv the Dci:;.,vrat;. i coun-cl bi-rati-c it efl'cctt'd the ile-ir-cJ result it) !lonll DrewV election. ar.d :t didu": much mutter how that i n a, rcacii- .j. uniier mstruetioiisj from Wa?lmiStoii. Sioanw yielded j and Drew wa, iaaa-araied. the idea, ol the K.-;u!Sicau- hein thttl tla-i ,. . ... ' , ... j ira; rcach- d. Under instructi...

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