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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1877

FAIR PLAY 71 Vj WOL. V. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., MARCH 8, 1877. O. 40. FAIR I5 LAV !K rr::.Msifri I'.VKiiV TMl'IfSDAV MOI'XtXf" i:v P.. H2NEY SMITH. TEU.MS:- SJ.00 a. in '. Ifhut lire. 'rat al i:i.-t.i- jr.!-. I :nrh. i.t tr. r. 'in--. ! rrrrf hirr.t. ! ?tr. ... ki u!f (liin.ii. inr cm, - - - - 3." in "..l.t'i. i. u. m vnr. - - - - - - I i ri'.I nTi-tiriiPM-rl.nr,r,I ty ! iii!i. - ll T- i-M'i.i ,t.lt rliTi;i; nii-: i'r i. a ml;. jlti'il'-rnicr.!- jiaraMo quirirrly i:i f J fft WfBffl TV TlTfi. JMM LCI L J. ' UfTBW JOUXSOX&SIIAW, the Altonicvs lit Law.'r-a U -1. j,rf.ii. in t:i-fitirt- l!n tiv.Miiih iu- 11..: I .....:. 1. .II .... ,..1- t.v.V..i- i,...,.r...i.',- '.'. .,!,. i.;i!,i'";iv miti.l t.. inn mi.J a "r i..-.- 1: !.:. I in lii-ru-v. K Hi MIX A. UO.IKli, At tori ii v at Law, WZn- I.I IU..V ilSKIiltf.) S:c. Geut.'vicvc. Mo. KOSSITH W. A. WKISKK. Ati'yl Counsellor at Law, r i : m : i . v n . : 2 - m n i : i infiif :ni'! ti it:r( I ut:iilia vita to nil Itii tif Mtiii: -i-.! Il him...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1877

THE FAIR-PL AY. S. KLW'iJY SMITH. Wanl Proprietor. STE. GKXEVIEVeT- MISSOURI. CUKBENT TOPICS. Some weeks ago the Court-house of Monterey County, at Salinas, Califor nia, was destroyed by lire. Investiga tions since made show that the build ing was iredforthe purpose of destroy ing the records and covering a defalca tion in the Tax Collector's of.ice, amounting to about $30,000. It is prov en to a reasonible certainty that most of the money had been gambled off by Wm. Rumsej, Deputy Collector, and that a number of prominent citizens of Salinas, including certain county offi cials, had been winning it. Collector M. A. Castro has resigned, Itunisey is locked op awaiting examination, and several prominent citizens have been arrested for complicity. A teekible tragedy was enacted at Tiffin, Ohio, on the 28th. Jacob Wottile, a baker, deliberately shot his little bibe through the heart, killing her instantly. The child was only two yearaold, and at the time of the tragedy wai sleeping in b...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1877

anl our erial n a at of of a 'lied the ery mc bit my lf- iC- as tit w e THE FAIR I ! A V S. HKMIVSJUTII. IMit'irari.l Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - r-lISSOLTJ. COXORESSIOXAIj. In Slie Senate, on the 27th, Mr. Mellon- ... .. ..... i. ' .t n.,. ... i.f tin, ni' i.iritr .M the !:: . olita.mng cures of evidence .sl I' the carcMW ''?CRO Krraii.. i.. fr-.:. , ' uffik Vv-litre. ' Louisiana llcturntt ir Hoard, was nui of all 1.1.1 rcin!H.rb. wmca was .ioi-c. The rul-. lore set at lib.rlv in nu ma; ue pay asii in? of Hie Shaker was .uf.taii.ed by the House, the rr.:.j'.rity of ihc hlectaral I oaimis.i.-n in In and aii.clork the debate be?an ..n the objcc-1 augurating a ia they have h-intlr tiODt..coJriti..Stt.eTote..f V.rmont.li!i.Cula- cog.. ted int.. th.-cilice of IVer: loi.tot the Lni.oi ed by Mr. 1'oi.pV.on. The subject of the ini- -tales over the vjt.-. of a Ur;c ma .r::y of .he . v . . 1 . .u ' . i 1 T..-..1 ...i. nf th.. ronr.trv Mr .n:-fr faid that if it was r.r. css.irv to -xh:L.t i...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1877

TpTTjJ JfjJJ Jti.A.'Y. ' ... " " "HiiiKhiv f.vn.fif m is7T I OfRctal Paper of Ste Genevieve Co. Thirty-six meiulxirs ot class of 1826 fclill survive. the Yak-, Thnnow M!,,i..B r iv United States, Jlr. I'ulrey, jirci;:ntd i Ins credcntiali. tui'reident (.'rani on ! the 28th tilt. The 44th anuiversary of the Con gressional TciuiM!i-:tii(:j Society trai held in Washington on Sunday even ing, the 25th nlL Tho dc facto president'.! alary will bo 50,000 a year. Tho house appended a provision to tho appro priation bill fixing it at $25,000, but tliosenato insistud on making it?50, 000f and the house vary foolishly al lowed ilsalf to bo bullied into the sjnalo's four .'3. A dispttch from Komc says all the relitniiftry urraugemuuts regulating the proceedings of ihc future con- clave- lave been set lie, . an, on the JSthult. were submitted to the Pope. They do not afreet Ihe mam prnu-i-i , ... , . , , pies of the conclave, but merelv mod-. ify tie ceremonies performed ' prcvi- j ous o the mee...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1877

THE FAIIJ PLAVJ Mi -. Wilder l.r. Jn-t r. t:csvu atchihlrcu of f li t - Si:ti- Jjetwcen cer- ;..utr:-rv ti Me wah tii. Head. Sto. Genevieve Market R?yr' lr.-h -ti;ip. t.J C.isi.iic. Cak.-. .V-. (tain age-i. Tlio biil rei-tiir" ruh (Vt.'.er of the Fcisi.iti :md c-i!I i.-i! . v! -;.t-l...--AY, M.VItCli H. is:;. W!tyt, f ,,. ,IW ,..,.,-., - child to be '-lit to .-.h....l :it l.-.i-t :ll-g,. Mini-M ,,r...i)'o their :...ur,. ; v I t.1 Ui . .-.i.p- of the St. I i-. Iron ;,Iui.-1 ''"- month- every tear. I hi- ,Vl.,n. t.VS ! j,, AH. S. H2H3Y SMITH. Publisher. .lain uml Si.uthcru U-iilroail, a l De I I. Ill 1 ..1.1 I....... I . 1 . 7 .1 ... . hill -holtld have been p:;--i-d some fi-i-l ti -ti f'ttnltMiiiiti! !iv lh.- i-lnm.-. ' T:.- Soto. will lie ..oiiifi.cted hoill tl;i: 1-1 time ago, ami uc hope is will l.i'i-.imc , . ..." iui..-hv If i were i.i u!i..w In- rein..!" in lit . wit r. i.. i. M.ts it i:.timi:tai;i.i: f .inn.-. a law neiore mc t.r---e oi xnc pre-cn. ;..,. 'CI... I . 1 1 . 11 mi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1877

ii1 After Death. I alter death to ewect That iilc is wurtli tlie livingr Tliis fragment incomplete, Tlii. vision primly fleet . . A boon lair Nature Irc.wcE in givinjr. Is after dc-ith to kricht It pays for all '-;ccjinpr Ib itarctlmi f liirlit. Thualtcr-tiirtli c! iiiglit, Tliat uakcur scnlic-iH rca-r.n, slicpmg? IsafUr ilcath so l.i!r Kartli Itcauty palm befure it? Wc luv tlio Klit.t an I Stare Of iarl!i. wi hall iuc.in-, Nur Mi;h to thiiA Imw we r.dore it. Is rfi- r ili alii fo grand Wc fee nauslit t-l-c lint b- auty r A perf ct lulure. planned Ity nniedesisnins hand. Wherein, too late, we :ncct Jili'a duty- If all ifi sivecti-r after i.vh Why tin we fciirink t' feel tin- breath Of icy rtillncss o'er our life. If rc-t suw ceils tlii ii.cnlal f trifcr Ah, I'"! our mu1h were ni ver meant To iilly wamlcr in content Thro' Eim-lit vales of hunc-yed breath, A dream, elyfii-m, after death; If to, 'twere lietter all to he Karth-lifethan Immortality. IhijTtih O'Urkr. looks and mean suspic...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1877

Japanese MuhIi rooms Mow they are Cultivated. One of the industries of Japan, says the rail Mali Gazette, 13 the cultivation of mushrooms, which are exported in large quantities from that country, and some interesting information respect ing them is given by Consul Robertson in his report on the trade of Kanagawa lately issued. The best of the edible species of mushrooms are known jvs matsutuke" and shii-take." The difficulties attendant on preserving the former kind almost exclude them from the market for export; for not only do they decompose very rapidly, but even when successfully dried are nearly tasteless, and thus useless in cookery. The shii-take species, however, have this peculiar excellence, that, though all but tasteless in their raw state, when they are dried they have an ex tremely finc flavor. The quantity that grows naturally on the decayed roots or cut stumps of the shii-trcu is not sufficient to meet the demand for them, consequently much skill has been brought to ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1877

whs wiiiTUKirr. At tlu-Sic Gcncviov... OlfiUlAij flilijiUlUS UflilLlkl I - SXSSX&Sfc. , ' OMi l'Rlt'h E-Lf-.---.5y I Dealer in Clothin STAPLE & KANCYj S7T C?XFV!t'.Vfr ..tY!1S ASS sri:. (.!-' !".vi!.vr.. Mi. Persons wis Siasr zioi telca (,,(KSlIv..t.;,;rT ,.,,,,, I'; 1 gkvvim: l.'ourbon awl Itye WIiMtic?. Wa, kkaxdiec. i:itti:i:s axd i )0;iomIu the Court ilnii-e. r .t-iii-:ii! t,t,i, f.ir i.ri:.' t.i.:h-' :!! liiMn"i.' vrv.'.al-i 1ihtii at ;iiomk-!.!)K eMnrrsi;: General Bar Stores.; of "'..Haiin.-.-.iai ;n:;-.-. M-imai'd" Iluiltliiiir .r-i Main ami JIkkciiaxt St STE. GEXKVIEYE Mil. f jJ-J'riYcs as I.mr a flic l.nvu-i. TEKMS 2-SET CASH. STK. GKXKVIKYK ! a fu; ij r ; Willie Shirts. ; Over-shir's. i Drawers, ra'i.-ir. .VrrkUes. Linen antl Silk UnnkcrchiiTs. Thsha., Talii-ep. IsreHi'i: Ji:u:.s. t':e. 4VM. PALMER, Proprietor. I M :liJ Pri(es ,,ml o" al! (r:llttS- J-JSrirk in large nrfmatl iir.iit:tio liinu:i-. . , ,. , .--.i,.rti,..tir,-ii.intr.-t-,:,i.;.,r.l:.". .-.?. bassimeres...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1877

PLAY 7 V STE. ( r EXE VIE VE, MO., MARCH 15. 1877. XO. 41. THE FAIR THE FAIR PLAY IS I'l'Itl.IHIIRIt i.v.v. Tiir-tsDAY mouning ! i-.v- i S. HENRY SMITH. i TIULUS:- $2.00 a Tear in .7 huiii.ee Hutr-.q of Advrt'slnrf. u--,ir tflliir-fT:.iMiH')oT!c;n-TtiTi. I M r. u ! it4ll!t.ii. - - . - . f.. -iP", 1 iii'-l. jr re ir. - - - C.l - (tur.n .lu:ua, v.ii tinr, - -.- i-r -hini'i. iV, ----- a.tJt .-'.lniita oit t-:r, - ----- 70.00 t T H I !: nt tlit-rtioetmiiifi lot-i-t 1 U t-r iH i f ii Willi ill i uw PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i l-Tf--. HI JOHNSON & SHAW, j Attorneys at Law,; S: (Jnii'vifvo. Mi"tiur!, ! W ;il irst-licr in iIm 'itrt oi Iht Iwralir: ?n-rfii-Itl Lntr, mtk -t!!t-t-:i..U'., U.r tor. i -Jp.Wtti. mil f-nthtiiJlv .-imh1. nn 3til itity. rMntM I irV-'iv " FlttMIN A. KOIKIt, Attorney at Law. (Oll..r III !i-iA Hull 111:.) Sfe. Genevieve, Mo. KOSSi -TI ! Y. A . A KBKU. ! 1 Att'y 1 Counsellor at Law, i i-ai:min(;tk. Mism i:t. , . . , . rriil Mini Lniiiifit atloliiiii c'l'ii toall l.n-i- . ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1877

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HEXUr SMITH, Editor am! ITaicIrtor. STE. GKXEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CUIIRENT TOPICS. I'uesihknt Hayes sent to the Senate, on the 7th, the following nominations for Cabinet officers: William M. Kvarts, of New York, Sccretarj-of State; John Sherman, of Ohio, Secretary of the Treasury; George W. McCrary, of Iowa, Secretary of War; Kichard M. Thompson, of Indiana, Secretary of thcXavy; Charles Devens, of Massachusetts, AttornejMleneral; David SI. Key, of Tennessee, l'ostmas-tcr-Gcneral; Carl Schurz, of Missouri, Secretary of the Interior. A taxic occurred in the Church of St. Francis Xavier, Xew York, on the evening of the 8th, caused by a false alarm of lire. The church was filled with women and children, and in their frantic efforts to reach the doors six women and one boy were trampled to death, and niany others wounded. A ruBLic meeting was held in Wall Street, Xew York, on the 8th, to en dorse the policy enunciated in the Pres ident's inaugural of a permanent pacif ic...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1877

1 11 l1 iiJ. i L 1' LiL X . S. IIK.Mil s::iTK. ::.:il..r3nJ VtoprUUr. STJI. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. HEBE AN I) THERE. A keatuke of the grand aquarium to Uie constructed for the Paris Exposi tion will be a large diving-bell.in which visitors can descend to the bottom of the tank and view its wonders by the electric light with which the bell is to be fitted. A max in Ansonia, Conn., had a tooth drawn. The charge was .00 cents, and he tendered a $2 bill. The dentist hav ing only 1 in change, the obliging customer deliberately set down and had a sound molar extracted to make the change even. The wife of John IIciThcr, of Head ing, has just presented her hus band with their forty-fifth child. The occurrence is the common topicof con versation in that neighborhood. There is probably not another family i the State having so man- children. I'.iticiiAM Yocncj, Jn., is organizing in Salt Lake a company of 500 Mormon families.which will colonize in Sonora, Mexico. The Mexican authorities have p...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1877

XixE 1' A TTv iT 'ViT.t ' THURSDAY. "IA..I ti I'.. 1877- Oftcial PaFer or Sic. Genevieve in A bill h.n ''-'!i iiit.-otln' (I jito the legNh.turc to c!itbii-ii :i tree school of iK'.:;ri: in ?jt. l-oiii- ... . . , . ' . Dlatnc now m.iiiiI- alone among tnc Republicans in his opposition to Usurper HnvtjS. All. all have deceit- Cil him. I Tha Olobb-DsmocraCt tow-line lias weakened on Kayes' Cabinet. It is willing to hitch on by ecctionx, but cannot swallow the whole pill at once. It seems to be impossible in the eyes of Northern Rcpubliraiib for a colored man in Louisiana to vote the Democratic ticket. It alto ecuis mi posfeible in the eyes of most Demo crats for an ii.tcliijjent and honest man. North or South) to rote the lic ublicau ticket. mm W bare often beard that certain parties would steal a red-hot stove if tbey could only carry it off, but we ncvef heard of a man stealing a blacksmiths anvil until now. The St. Louis Time tells of one who has tlcad guilty. Tie the anvil to hi ne...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1877

11 ft i ill", I"V.II. IIiV' i .:1.I.V.A . - - M.:."ii !." 177. 3. HEN3Y SMITH. Pufi.isher. -.tniiaEaearr.. !.(,.! MmiCn U K.T!U.i-AIII.K !i--t i i ii.nii i4j 1;. Lay-it- : 2:i;I .-Miiiti , .... !:! ji 'Cxptt--- ('.:!) . . . 'a.m. fMlNi; -i;:n M.i.I (cm ,.t u;i-:.. ; :.',7 i. Ltpre-rt vi.i:u ) 1 1 ::." I. M. Vr lln-Ai-uu; Cir: Trv i;ii: A:ne Cure fur rhciiiiia- ti-til. , i -Ssve.-.ti Imavy Utt weeS. E"ti:r Suiulay Ftols l):iv tins war. Horc lhi(!V(;-. aru iili-utif.il i:i .Mi-w .M.-ulrid -roiiutv. Our fity was viitrif hy a heavy : Iis-sf h-arii Ui:H he in fa-t neiiv--iiinv t-ttii'in lail viet. nriii Inmi hijiirii-;. Six death- iri-w rt!i..ii t.il "m I,t ' 'I'lie I-'n-ilerirfctown l'!uinhal r vk-.' l'rrrvvil'e I'n'mi. O ir young friond. Clem Kiivcrh: t K-iika-l.ia. i- in town. A umiilicr of our fjrintir- have lhiilncl -owiu-r t licit- aiai . II iii .1. N. Ilnik- n-ili jih:ai: ac-lji,,,! (. Dr. a "litiiini'iiiij; recol-.-ijit thanks fur Into favors. j lection of about the -.une tune.' ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1877

The Wife's Kevcrie. Heart of mine, is ourcslalc Our street estate of joy as suredr !t came n slow, it came to late, liought by such bitter jiains cm! urcl ; Hare we forget (hose torrous tore, .Mitl think tliat tliev uill come no more? With tearful eyes I scan my face, Ami doubt how he can llnl it lair; IVittfiil. I watch tarh charm ar.l grace I ece that other troiiien wear; Of all the Kecrcts of love's lore, I know hut one, to love him icors. I Fee each ilay he grows mote wise. His life is broader far than mine; I mustlie Sacking in his eyes. In many things where others shine. 0 Heart! ran we this los restore Toliim, by simply loving morc? 1 often sec upon his brow, A look half tender end half (torn; ilis thoughts are faraway, I know; To fathom them, I vainly yearn ; Jtut nought is ours uhicli went bcfer; 0 Heart! we can but love hira more! 1 sometimes think that he had loved An older, deeper love, apart From tliis which later feeblcrmovcd His soul to mine. O Heart! O Heart! What ca...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1877

THK NEW CAKIXET. Krom the St. I.ouis UIobt-Icmocn.t. Wil. AI. EVAUTS, the new Secretary of Slate, was bora in Iioston, 1S18, and was the grandson on his mother's side of Koger Sherman. Ha was educated at Yale, where he graduated in 1837; studied law in Caw- bridge,, and was admitted to the bar in th(J j,, 1m he s,.rvC(, 4 Wlork.n 1810 II,s talent, were d(!nUal Elector. When thc War c, Jon manifest, and he rapidly attained 1 he tojk thu of thu SolU, anJ c( DAVID 3!. KEY, the nominee for Postmaster-General, was born in (Jrecne County, Tennessee, in 1831, and worked on a farm until he was of age. He was afterwards edu cated at IIiawasie College, and, hav ing studied law, was admitted to the bar of Chattanooga. Here he practiced with success until the breaking out of resi- uiie com- w avTcn-so tocxc, mex t irsra HnifcUlt-icTjjiiir as-l lUT.roa'i Ictlae.i. Sltajtlors cuarantfrj ten qcallflre: VJO to I per jnouth. V.'. TtL Icst::-. scdalla. Mo. Mme.Dsffloresrs RsMls Pate Wi!S: the hie he....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1877

NEW K1UM i I876-Fa!l and Winter-! 877. i .JOHN l- scnrciiEirr, 1 At the Ste. Genevieve n . . i ONE 'MUCK Dealer 111 5-J ! I il 5 I iiis !-:- - - r...--.. mm i If 3 r f-!f I i 1 - --I-.-. STAPLE & FANCY nint.ll 111 si!'. rrn j::vr. m vinos a?$- k. m.i: U'.vi.. mi i mrNi'i: (Opposite the ('urt House.) ?.oarbon and Rje lnKK,s. utii.i - ra4,,si;:,. ;.,.i. r..r .,! v ..". i Kt."! C'liil liens' nrur. .-. hiWiTa :.fI I IHMK-MA J)K CI)THI(;:: p.raxdies. hit rv.i and General Bar Stores, Menard's Bnildim: ("oraci Main and Mkkchant St.V STE. GENEVIEVE, 310. 3"Prices as Low a the Lnwct.3 TERMS ; NET CASH. STE. GENEVIEVE WM. PALMER, Proprietor. TjBr:ck iu largr or mU .yrantitiM fumi'lici . thort ontiof and at rewraiible rst. M-y P. IT. JACCARl), The Watch-Maker, S. Side Public Square. STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI. Dealer in CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Musical Iaslrumeatg, Ac. n5"Ati. Wokk Wakrantki..J) Stc. Genevieve, Missouri, MALKE IX PRO VIS I 0 NS, B.J-tiuoUj on hand, lu-ef. fork. Mutton, Trip...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1877

FAIR PLAY HIT Yf L. V. STE. G EXE VIE YE, MO., MAltCII 22, 1877. XO. 42. THE FAT II PLAY! i !S I'l'ltl.lSilKlr lAi.'.Y Tlil'il-iPA V JIOliN'lXC ' r.Y S. HENRY SMITH. : ::JLs- - $2. 0 0 a. 3 .ar .-Id vi i ucc. R-it's of Advrtr65n? J " --u .-. linp Oiii tj'.,eiciii-i-i:iiiii. S I .Ml, .-a !. .Tt n.'.it iiiv1irmt ..... .'.ft I:..-; ,i nr.!-. I I icm. fr .-..r, ... i. .pi -r .j ft.. .1l'ltll. ! J."-.r, - - V "I !!-it'f itufi t. ur .tr. ----- , i.i.iv...t!ii. .i.ii.i...r. - ----- Th.OTi Ikwi1 - Ufrfm-iir- fnri1! M U- iii.-ti. T-XM tl sft-iil -u.tvli- lii'.-ul- mu-i U- jnl.l T . -.tT ....'.-.i.PMOitl. :i:ti.U .piitrN-lii ill miOK'.SSION j, cards. iltow ail OraEiir at Las Ste (irncv:cvc, .Mo. ..'i.vtin". i -)..; ilitr. I i'ftl'tY .l..l., ill-. Mi- ;. U-vr, M... yjoiiN.sox & SHAW, A 1 1 or n c v.s at Law, ' tc. (ti'iipvicve. MisMtitri. VI ill iint-tirtM!! Il.fft.tin-tir tin trlttii'lli in rti.iil rin-iiit, lli-tkr r.iliivlittiit.. ti Lixr. I'.n .i-nii.. -v.i.l fjlthiulh MTinti iu au :ui...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1877

THE FAIR PLAY S. "liiyi'V sriITH. IMIInraad VroftttUT. STIi. CKXKVIEVK, - MISSOUItl CUliHJ-NT TOPICS. Tiik I'.'jic delivered an allocution in the Consistory, held at the Vatican on the 12th. He passed in review events sinee 1870, and said Italy took forcible, possession of Home at an epoch when a generous nation was in sore di-trcss. He declared I hat Italian ecclesiastical laws deprived him of the means of ad ministering the Church, and left him only liberty granted by ordinary laws, He lamented his inability to prevent im morality and irreligton from permeat ing society. In conclusion, he pn nouueed conciliation impossible, and appealed to foreign Bishops to incite the faithful to the good work of induc ing their Governments to take the post tion of the Holy See into consideration Postmastkk-Genkkai. Key, finding himself overwhelmed nearly with ap plications for oiliee, has caused the fol lowing circular to be prepared for transmission to every applicant, as the only answer that c...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1877

THE FAIR PLAY. S. IIKXKY SMITH. IMitoran.! IVfipritior. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. Iteet-Itoot bugar. Few Americans recognize the possi bility of the sugar-beet culture. The manufacture of beet-root sugar is no experiment, for in Europe this industry is firmly established, hist year's crop alone amounting to the enormous total of one million three hundred and twenty tons, or Hourly sixty-live per cent, of the entire consumption of sugar. The imports of foreign sugars into the United States last 3-car exceeded six hundred i million pounds, reporting a total vaiue one hundred millions of dollars. If a of small percentage of the capital and energy that have been brought to bear on mining and transportation schemes in this country could be directed to this beet-sugar interest, in u few years the United States might produce all the sugar she requires for home consump tion and have a surplus for export. We have the advantage of the experience of France and other European nations on this ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1877

'ppTTTp "If A TV? "PT A"V 1 IAAU 1 huusday, ma urn 17. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. The Flaw ia the Title. In the excitement ami exportation ; ':atti rally attending the incoming ol the new administration at Washing-: ton. a remarkable fart has Ken over looked, viz.. the discredit thrown on it title by both hou-.es of Congress. The administration partisans will be Mtrprised at the suggest ion, and, no doubt, be ready to dispute it. Let us look at the record therefore. On Saturday, March Jl, the house committee on privileges, powers and duties submitted a lengthy preamble reciting, briefly and forcibly, the facts in the presidential contest deri ded by the electoral commission in farnr of Hayes and Wheeler the day before, and concluding with the fol lowing resolution : "Jlesolved, by the house of repre sentatives of the United .States of America, that it is the duty of the house to declare, ami this house does hereby solemnly declare that Samuel J. Tildcn of the state of New ...

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