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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1877

THE FATE PLAY. TIIKKSDA V. MAIti.'M JJ, 177. S. HIJC8Y SMTH. Publisher. I. I. !. W..; - il It 'I lMKT.l;LK!inie.S arnl children, bc-t .-uatitics . . , . fa- ,.:m !.- l.a "'..it i n : i.tM. ...I:H r. m. l'.JJ. , . . t:ii"J A. M. ' -nCl II Mail (eve , I 1 I'.Miie di I l:"i7 i m i 1 :.V i: m LterLi Local Lightning CO O O 'If the Aeitie t'lue Warm, -.ju-iii-tike weather, N'evl ji!iiiav i l'alin Siutilay. .Scott e unity i- now out ot ilelit. Four (Ic.itlii iu I.;rrv enanty tmt week . Trv liii; Acme (,'ure f.ir rhcuina-li-m. Fanniuiriou wiiut a new ccurt lmii-e. --Mr. Henry Il-rter wai iu town M'inilii l.i-i. Pr. Ilcriie!i'- uaw buihliuj: i :;! in'xt couiiileleil. The ieii."!i eroji if Scott county w aiil to he -:ifc. Mr. Selntehert i- fa-t recoverinir IViiltjiii"" injurie-. JT"il lli;; Internal UjVcir.ie No tice, in .inoi'icr ciiluuiu. Mf Kill ai'j -iiileriii!! with rheil nli-lii. try t!ie Acme Cure. Tie- rts-c'-eil valuation ot St. lY.inr.oiseoimiy i' -.:l"".lS4. lrl-h poiat.n:- are sel...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1877

0 Iii jfc..ri Siirajig. The tir.j- snow drills, n citing fast, 'i l.c I lealti of south ir.tl Coating jiast f TlM-JcrimsOn in the nisple shonK, The giiMvn cnu i tt the roots ; The yellow of the wil'ow wamls. Tec srten of grans aloig the iwxkJs The wnlhr.s buils the liluc-Lir-'o note, ?htthu.!elioi oa the inoat; Tlic catthly color ol the stream. The H.utatr "tush of Euuri:c -rkam; The ilampscss of the upland 100M," Tin; new li e in the en woM; Tin: &)Z ct binl. the ham of lc 'I he ila;ra of w ileiile mtlly; The hrishur slitter on the hills. Hie rjpiil rush of liltie rills; 1Y.e morning Im.-tr f met on the licljrc. The uooatlay 'irjps upon the feilge' The cliam-iu color on the vine. The fresher hits of nicuniain pine; Aro thinas that tell to eye ami ear That euininer day arc ilravrmg near. Pi:iIK ANI ITS FAIX. 44 It's a fiat! prospect in life for Mary Morcau," said Patty Dexter, with a sigh. " Oh ! I darn say," said Mrs. Pcndas sot, brusquely. " Hut I've no patience with a girl wl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1877

thk imgxeux cumi;. TJie Rrmarknlilefnrcar of a KrtiictiFor jrer Mtil JIilr,ltrer From tlic New York Times. 1'aicis, Feb. 19, 1877. The Uagncux crime, where the little girl was thrown down an old well 100 feet deeji, has ' assumed unexpected and fantastical ' proportions, rheallairof the woman cut t4 pieces has been nearly forgotten, 1 na pieces lias been near.y forgotten, auuiBciwuuui mii.m n uicii mcu- i .L t u:n..: :. i 1 tionwl. Mouux hri3 thrown :.li the criminals of the epoch in the shade. AVhilrt the 1'olioe were seeking this sin gular criminal in Delgium he suddenly appeared in Paris, and visited the scene of the murder. It is said that crimi- nals have an irresistublc desire to haunt the spou which have been desecrated 1 , by tneir crimes. Moyaux went toISag- Ibeuxand wrote upon the curb of the j old wll: "My little angel, I shall join I win HlinffH!'' The evening of the day J upon which this was found, the assas sin was fcignaled at the railway station with a ticket for Bru...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1877

NEW FIRM. I 1376 Fall and Winter-1 877 ioiin r sciiuciieiit. ; At tlie Ste. (rcncviev OXE PRICE Dealer in STAPLE & FANCY tiunrbon mid Kje Vliikies Gin. SPECIAL ATWM CALLED ! ! : - -r im. ' K..r... " -rH .1 ..... 4 .-t . Clothm (Opposite the Court llou-e.) j Tsn wiil a"aay fiiu'm well .-i"--iJ !irmm! .f M-.iyi:i:.M imN for l.erii-' ioi;Ui.' ( I l.ilMn .l ttl-ir. mo r-i-n-ri. aau , brandies, bitter and J HOME-MADE CLOTHING!; General Bar Stores,' ofaiiqiwHii.inrfai an pricia. Menard's IStillflijjir A li,,e "f j ... While Shins. :rnoi Main and Mkiichant M. OrCT-HhirlS, i STE. GENEVIEVE, 310. j Under-shirts. i Drawers, Collars. P3so2ss w& 3fear not tried H. IMifS & JAMS. . STE. (.TSKViKVE SlYIv65 ASS'V. .-i . .K.KVi-: 1". MO. t rJ-Pricc? a Low as I lie Lnwc.t..j TERMS :-XET CASH. STE. GEXEVJEVE j Xerklles, Linen mill Silk IlaiiKereliitTs, Trunks, Vallees, Inrelini! Haves. Ac. Uriels: Yard, WM. PALMER, Proprietor, j At a" IWs !U1 of :,n nii.. ; 3"BrirJi uituja or until iiiunti...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1877

FAIR PLAY. VOL. V. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., MAKCII 20, 1877. NO. 43. HE THE FAIR PLAY l.MTI:I.ISIfKI KVEKY TliritSDAY MOKXIKG v -,:y- T S. KENRY SMITH. TE1lMS:-$2.00 a Year in A 'finance. Ratas of Advertising. '-'tii-irr.sliiir. (thiMypc) nneinnertinn, S I. Oil ac-Ji ;i!n,m'jit in-ertion, - - - - - .VI limliiiti. Mnl-, 1 im-h. ieryenr, - - B.w 'n--iinr4rrltimii, mie vt'tir, ... xt.tiu 'ir-hiirminm-i. one year, ..... 3S.no inecnlumn, oi.e ymr," - .... - Tn.fic) I;)Iayes! adrertiH-menti-- rharsed ly the iurh. T?.ll trmirut aiHertiMmeiit mutt be aid lor in advance. J"Yeirly ndirrtircment juiyablc quarterly !n danrc. PROFESSIONAL CAR1 )S. YvT'TTTiURlS Attorney anfl Coanssllor at to, (nitl:eni llott'I, Koom No. S.) Ste. (ienevieve, Mo. 11 r'.Jierli'KHa Spcritlitr. I I'ntir .loiivtux. ltriinr S". Shaw. Uie.ter, 111. Sir. Ienevieve, Mo. JOHNSON & SHAW, Attorneys at Law. Ste. Genevieve. Missouri. Will iirartlrc in therourtf the twentieth Ju licial eirruit, make rnlhvtion. riy taxi for ion-r...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1877

THE FAIR PLAY, S. HEXUV SMITH, Editor anil Prnnrllor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - . MISSOURI. CURllENT TOPICS, Tiie Illinois Central Railroad has purchased the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad, sold un der foreclosure on the 18th. The amount paid was $1,050,000, in addi tion to which the purchaser assumes all the liabilities of the bankrupt road. The New Hampshire Congressional elections resulted in the choice of Jones, Democrat, in the First District, by a plurality of 45. and of Bness and Blair, Republicans, in the Second and Third Districts, by about 1,200 plurality each Washington specials give currency to a report that a movement is on foot to elect Foster (Rep.), of Ohio, Speaker of the new House, by the aid of such Southern Democrats as arc friendly to the Hayes Administration. Secretary of War McCkabt has issued a circular announcing that here after in his department removals will only be made for cause and promo tions ordered solely on the ground of merit. Pkof. C. V....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1877

THE FAIR PLAY. S. IIKNIiY SMITH, Editor and Proprietor. 3TE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOUPJ. TREE'S CONFESSION'. John I). Lee, the Mormon monster aqd leader of the band of Brighani Yang's followers who, on the 10th of Sen'tembcr 1RTi7 m-Lssar-rpd a nartv of oui.juu.r, lo-x, massacreu a panjr oi unofieiiilinir emisrrants I Infants in cold mood at M., ;, , w , ...! Mountain Meadows, was executed on O't.l t 4 k,. -v 11-. : c"v a,-,-,"- "l " pursuance ox tne sentence oi ue toun, ;n i, , a .:i, Ti., in WlllCit he was found guilty. 1 he Choice of death which he made was bv . .. " snooiino; a ngnt no naa unacr the laws of the Territory. The details of his crime have been heretofore given He prepared a confession .while in dur ance, last February, a synopsis of which is given as follows : In the month of September, '57. the company of cmipnintf known a-i Ilia Arkansas Company ar rive.! in I'arowan, Iron County, Utah, on their way to lamornia. At I'arowan young Aden, one nt the company, saw ami recog...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1877

THE FAIR PLAY. THURSDAY, .MARCH 29. 177. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. X U. S. Mail Lino from Ste. Gene vieve to Red Bad, Ills. An act lias been passed by Con gress establishing a mail route be tween I his city and Red Bud, III., via Prairie du Rocher. The post master at this place lias been notified ot the fact, by the Postmaster-General, and ordered to go over and in spect the route, and in a lew days more the route trill be lei and service commenced. This is oiio of the most important improvements for this city that has been made for 6ome time. We trill now be able to get our mail through from St. Louis from six to eight hoars earlier than it was possible heretofore, and be able to read the St. Louis dailies the same day they arc printed. The Fair Play pro posed the establishment of this route over a year ago, and has agita ted the question until it has become a fixed fact, atid in the, stereotyped phrase of the Freie Preste-Hlealter we think we can exclaim, "We pulled it ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1877

THE FAIR PLAY. TIIM.SDAY, - - -MAUCIl -J, lb77. S. HEHR'i SMITH. Publisher. V. M- & S. K K. TIME TA I ILK Passenger Iiaiits pas .-a 1;,. I.us,: (SOIMi NOl'TH M:iM(--vt,!i''S'it"I.i) l:4l r. m. K '' (ii.nl ) . . . . 3:o-J a. m. ' iuINi south Mail (except aim hi ) UT7 i: . l.vpic-s (dailvl ll:;Vi. m. Lingering Local Lightning Try the Acme Cure. Lent will soon be over. t To-morrow is Good Friday. All Fool's Day next istiudiy. Italn. hail and snow last week. -Next Sunday will he E-tster Sun- day. Try Ihc Acme Cure for 'rheuma tism. Piedmont is to have a tobacco (factory. Scarlet fever is reported at Mine LaMolte. A diucing club is to be organized at Poplar HI nil. S'-veral death), occurred in this county lsst week. Tin; ;eaeh buds in Jefferson coun ty arc u injured. Ladies, read Mrs. Ilenroid's card Jy'anotlur coiuuiu. 7' The legislature will adjourn tine V.V on tic 16lli of April. M. W. Iloinuaii, our St. Mary ed itor, was in town yesterday. If yoti aio suffering with rhcu inatism,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1877

9f MARY MUISPHV. Then- are pleasanter ways of spend ing one's time than in making beds and washing diib.es and catching small boys to go of errands; and August weather is not usually the most favorable for one of those interregnums that are apt to occur where the household force is limited 10 a solitary "help." But Bridget was off on her wedding-tour one of those utterly unexpected and un welcome happenings that are forever obtrudms themselves when deluded souls that dream of bliss imagine them selves to be comfortably settled for an indefinite period. Brunhilda and I were fairly sick of general housework, and could cheer- fullv have sh&t the remorseless milk man who persisted in making us a morn' ing call at the witching hour of 5 a.m. ; while the front-door bell generally was the plague of our lives. So, when it rang at 3 o'clock on the hottest of hot afternoons, just when we had donned our undress uniforms and settled our brains for a long summer's nap, we felt a little like ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1877

HEltK AXI THtSKK. Mormon Bisiioi- Lee. recently con demned to death for his part in the Mountain Meadow massacre, has given up all hope of a reprieve, and says ho will die bravely. Hi9 wifCt iachel, howcr, declares that he shall not be ex ecuted by the officers. She will shed Ms blood herself. T It is said to be no uncommon occur rdncc in China for a man.to kill himself at his enemy's door, and to leave him thus saddled with the moral and le-ral consequences of his death. This pro ceeding is, it is asserted, the most ter rible rorm of revenge a man can take, and it is much dreaded hy those who are conscious of having done any thin" to provoke it. VToe Roman Catholic liishop of Van Tot.,...! I - .. . ii uuuu uiuj spiritual authority over a territory that is almost inacces sible by him. Alaska is under his care in theory, but he has never been able to vis.t its northwestern shore, althou he has been waiting for years to et an opportunity. He writes to the Roman Catholic ltarcau of Ind...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1877

"5 I If 9 4 NEW F1II.M. j l876-Fa!landWinter-l877. At the Ste. Genevieve' JOHN i". kchuciikht, j JK'uier in STAPLE & FAXCY Groceries, cskxuixi: Boirbon and Rye Whiskies, 6ln, BRANDIES, HITTERS AND Ucneral Bar Stores, Menard's Building Corner Main am! Mkkchaxt St.'s STE. GENEVIEVE, MO. ONE PRICK .nnnnTn immnwrnTmiT hsttth tihbiHk AllDluiuil bMU O. 1 1. If IKKI. i-Llir -M.-. I -llrti -tll.r -'m. K-.r r fc'ri . .nl .. BTrices as Low as the Lowcst.,3 TERMS : NET CASH. STE. GENEVIEVE Clothing STORE! II! J 1 1 IlAKKl & J XIS. STE- GFXrVlhYK SAVINGS ASSW WM. PALMER, Proprietor. 1 j-Brk in larzc or amill quantities (urnNhiii on aili.trt nu tier ami at ree-ouaiilc rate-. 3ri-4y P. U. JACCAUI), The Watch-Maker, S. Side ruhlic Square, 15TE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, Dealer in CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Musical Instnwents, c. STAlX WoHK W.imANTKI.3 (Louis Kauniann i (Opposite tho Court llou-i..) j Ym will always Tin! a ivi II solivti-.l nc-.inrat nl ffnvilinlili- 4;ihh1i f.ir lii-lil- Vmith- ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 April 1877

THE PAIR PLAY. STE. GEXEVIEVE, MO., APRIL 5, 1877. SO. 44. THE FAIR PLAY is I'inti.iKiiKii KVKUV THURSDAY MOUSING in , S. HENRY SMITH. TRMS:-.$2M0 a Year in Advance. Rates of Advertising. .. .,,uw. slim (thi-type) one insertion, 1.00 uui. nitU. I inch, uermr, ;-liiinrr r..lui ,ie vear. "nr-liairnilunin. am: rear. - . ! r.lumii, imc vi-tr." - . M.K) 3.V00 li- .lajiM artrertimuN'eiiai-Ke.t b Ihciurli. 0.00 r!-l! trr.i.-Icnl a.hrniM-nicnl. must lie r in.-ulcuire. 1 lMrcarly ",lM!rti'''ucnl lyW quarterly in ! PROFESSIONAL CAUDS. PAUL L. LEMPKE, CGDBty Surveyor ani Seal Estate AGKNT, STB. GEXKVIEVK, MO. w. tTbuiTks, Attoraef ant Connsellor at law (-oiiilierii Hotel, Itx.m X.. f.) 1 Ste. Genevieve, Mo. J ff 'lle.tin a .spm-i-ilii-. I'miRV.IoilN-.iN-, Healer, UN. IlKxitr S. MA, Ste. timet irvc, Itn. JOHNSON & SHAW, Attorneys at Law ... . ... ' Me. Genevieve, Missouri. Will practice in tisermirMnf the twentieth Jtt Iisial circuit, make cnllevtimi-, pav Uxn for iiMi-re.Mit. ami faithfull...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 April 1877

THE FAIR PLAY. S. IIKNliV SMITH, rJHnr red rroj.rlctor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOUUI. CTJllltENT TOPICS. About 7 o'clock, on the morning of the 27th, the dam of the Stafibrdsvillc (Conn.) Iteserroir gave way, causing fearful damage to property in the ad jacent village of Stafford and neigh borhood. The railroad freight-house and all the cars were washed away, leaving only the passenger depot. The Stafford National Hank, Congregation al Church, and about 15 other build ings have been washed awaj. The damage to the railroad track was heavy, three miles being carried off. Also two Howe truss bridges between Stafford and Tolland. The reservoir belonged to the Reser voir Company, owners of the mills on the stream below. The dam was raised six feet the past winter, and the storm on the night of the 20th filled it for the first time. Close by the roservoir stood the satinet mill of E. A. Converse, nest the shoddy mill of Jacob Basch, then the machine shop of Samuel A. Midon. Lower down was t...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 April 1877

THE FAIR PLAY. S. IIKXIIVSrUTil, tMitiiraaJ I'roprlrtar. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. The Oyster Trade at Perth Ani uoy. Tj;e oyster beds of Perth Amboy arc regarded as among the most prolific in the world. What arc termed the Great Beds or Amboy Grounds cover nearly a thousand acres, aad comprise most of the bottom of the mouth -t ltaritan Bay. When first discovered about fifty years ago they were covered with a thick natural growth of oysters, " the like of which," as an old Perth Amboy i man said, "was never seen before." f They were then free to all comers, and continued so for several years, and hundreds of thousands of bushels were taken away, until the grounds became almost cleared. In 1831, a company composed of forty-eight mon from Newark, Elizabeth, and Perth Amboy, obtained a grant from the Legislature, and took possession of the coveted ter ritory. Mr. T. J. Sophicld, one of the oldest oystennen of Perth Amboy, who was then a j'oung man, gives the fol lowing reminiscence ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 April 1877

XIXE IAJ! PTj AY. - . HUKSDAY, AI'IIIL 5, 1S77. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. SUCCESS. The Copper Furnace. The copper furnace was fired up fijrain last Monday evening, and con trary to the expectation of many is now in successful operation. The de fects in the bottom of the furnace have been remedied, ?nd the .la"; or refuse is drawn off with scarcely a trace of copper in it. We paid a visit to the furnace on Tuesday, and we could well sec from the pleasant ' smile that lit up l'rof. Allyn's face that it was all rijjht. The benefits to be derived from the successful operation of this enter prise, provided that the ore supply is found to be sufficient, which (here is every Indication at present it will, to not only the city of Ste. Uene vieye, but the entire county, can hardly be estimated. It is claimed that the furnace has a capacity mi in dent to smelt ten tons of ore per day. This ore is worth in the neigh borhood ol sixty dollars per ton This would then put about live or ...

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

THE FAIR PLAY. riJi;m;AY. AIM:iL.f,.i677. ' - - S. HRY StfJTH. Furnisher. r. !... i i. ,v 1; ;:.T!ii:T.i:i.r: IV-i-wit !:."..- jn :it lit; l.a.-iii-: .Mii(fXTit .-i:nil;.v ) 1:11 1'. Jl. Kxpr.:-- ( ; 3:ir" A. it. itiiNi; .-i;:tii .Mail fexn-pl .-iiiHai ; 1:.17 I. M. Kpre Mailt ) i: m. Lin? eria Local Lightning Try the Anno ("lire. f -Tli" Hoard of Ktiualizatiou is in session llll- WI'X. Try I'm Acme Cure for rhciiiua-ti-111. Head .Mr. I'uul I,. Lcmpkc's "ail" itl another roliiniu. Ijnilc Vd'i, K-q.. is in the write"' now. He has au elec tric pen. 'lead tin: advertisement of Ir. SiaU'ergen, of Xeiv OU'eiitiUrg, in an other i-o!timu. Iti-t received 'J.-iO fcejr-of iiaiN. which will In; .-olil at viry low lig-:iv.-. IIOZIKII & .JOKKIKT. Three pri-oncr.-, we are inform ed -m- :etlod ill making their e.-cape from the Farmitigtou jail 011 Tuesday iiiirlit. j Mrs. I'eter Wilder iire.-enteil us wi$i a, basket ot plant- yesterday, tor which tins will plea-e accept our thanks. Kepairing f...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 April 1877

The Lost Letters. Some of the letters went attray Out oi the alphabet one day. And mixed up tilings in a chocking way That raailc it hard to flml them ; Tliey hid the:n selves within a U,m'j, And thereby ciuht a chocking r&eum. And made jimiciuonia the doom Of those they left behind Uiem. Eotnc of tin- sroup were flricien dumo ; .Mill one declared fhe hail lust her thumfc; Aki! another Eaiil Uiat her tees were numb; The . were always in trouble! Anil there were two at the tail of a ploujn. Who couldn't rcmcmlcr exactly how Tuey fell together in tueh a clovgh, AS'l made their misfortunes double. Their woumls, indeed, were so very slijlt. That no one pitied their luckless pltyM, Jtut thonglit they were served exactly right For being In such a quarter; "I5ut we're not to blame at all," said they; "The law of the land we must obey. And, right or wrong, wc inutt go astray With the most obedient daujritcrl' So many a letter came to grief. And none might go to their relief. Or ever dec...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 April 1877

COXVEXT IjIFE. Seeing several monks pass my win dow one day while in Jiruges, anil hav ing heard of the Convent of LaTrappe, near Antwerp, distinguished by its pe culiarities from all others, I started early one morning iu August, 1871, with the express purpose of staying a day or two within the walls of the mon astery. Taking the diligence at liead q(ArU;rs juitc early, .we rode along through a highly cultivated country, with a 11 at, stone-paTed road; stopped at a little village about two hours out to water horses ; and then in about an hour arrived in the vicinity of "the conrcnt." Noticing a farmhouse near at hand, I went in and took a glass of milk, and, after chatting a half-hour with the healthy-looking peasant worn an, inquiring about Uicconent,whether many entered its walls, who came aud went, and a multitude of otker qucs tions which were all cheerfully answer ed, I took the road or path that led to the monastery, and knocked at a small door to the left of the large entran...

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

Mrf NEW FIRM. JOHN F SCHUCI1ERT, Dealer in STAPLE & FANCY OKMTIXK tftarboa ul Ije Whiskies, fill, BRANDIES, BITTERS AND General Bar Stores, Menard's Bulliliiiif Corner Main and Mkkciiant St.' 8TE. GENEVIEVE, MO. t"Priec8 as Low as the Lowost.g3 . TEBM8 ; NET CASH. STE. GENEVIEVE 1876-Fall awrfWiiter-1877. At the Ste. Genevieve ONE PRICE Clothing WH. PALMES, Proprietor. ?3BrirJi in large or amall quantities ftarnkhed OTiKliottnoUtvandMrcMoiialilentAi. Si-ly T. U. JACCARD, The Watch-Maker, (Opposite tbo Court Houe.) You will nlwajs Units well M'loctfl aortnvnt of Seawunhle IJo.hU for limia' Youtlu' and Children' wear; abo Katern ami HOME-MADE CLOTHING! Of all qualities and at all prices. A full .Miie of White Shirts, Orerahlrts, Undershirts, Drawers, Collars. Neckties. Llien and Silk Hankerrhlefe, Traaks, vaiiees, lareiins Bass, Ac. S. Side Public Square, STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, Dealer in CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Maslcal Iastraateits, Ac. GAl.l. WoKK WAIIRANTEO.g3 Ste. Geneviev...

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