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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 April 1881

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS TIIE TEST IX SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. FAIR PLAY, VALLKE IIAIUI,l.IubHnher. Subscription Price. -I.50 per Year. INVAKUUI.r IS ADVANCE. KATES OF ADVKKTIMNO: n8qnare. H linen 'this ty-ie), 1 Insertion Jl.no Hac b subsequent Insertion vi Hunnetw karris, I in. ii, per year tun Jneouartea-column. 1 year -;, One luilf column, 1 yew -a o One column, 1 year ".' 70'ou IMsplnycd advertisements cli-ir'"iV'Yij- tiie i!i' transient advertisement must I paid lor IB advance. Yearly advertisements payable quarterly in advance. we nvr a Large Power Job Press t sv.itaKe for all classes of wort in t!:e -reT-err! ,T.'!1 iw, aA van ivnuvti !.iT:i!l v I.T..ora-.yrtlitT City 111:1:.:;,; L.-ta'.-U r.ter.t in tli Wet. VOLUME IX. STK. UKNEVIEVE, MO., SATURDAY. APRIL 2:i. lSc-l. NUMPiKU Uk THE FAI II P LAY. rUBLISIIED E tEiSATl urA Y XolCMNtt By CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. BkaULACOR, the Radical Commoner, has been re-elected. Sehatou Kikkwook has ordered a Competitive exniniii.il 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. — 23 April 1881

V t- j r i . 1 i : I r-4 . A A'i' . Hill !. I). Ktiil-jr. SATfKUAV. AI'KII., it. 1SSI. I'-fl'. DaviVs history of tlic lute civil war i o'.il. i'fi. .tux.rrf. to be aiiiointcd :i fieorfria Mar-hull-hip. l.oril l'.":ti-in-iicl(l. :it one time Prc iiiicr of (i ctit iirimiii. U l':'.'l. 1 Up 'fit liirtiii - :ui'i -tri-el c.ir ilr'v CTa i.f Chicago ami Ciui-iuiiati are on a ft like. Knj;1.itiil forbMs tlii rir:iil;itlnr. f tiif New York Irish W'n l I in-lcle ln.T realm. Thanks to au all mereiful Prorideuce ImUaua hereafter will hold iier clcc limn iu November. T. Jr. Ilaverly, of Mhilrel larae,ha his ii;V insured for cue hundred an ten thousand dollars. .!, ex-S.uator uttU IuUr- Ain. her :;iia:ul al.i r:;i lero exodus, a!l,l js striving ert the tide from hur. iieiicau iroil;n-ts of the farm can -old no cheap iu Filmland tliftt laud r is rapidly depreciating in yalue. .'iiM-iunati is jigitalin the )nestion of e.losin;; )ier b.ir-roooms between the hours of 1 1 A. M. and 10 I. M. of Sun da...

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 April 1881

Official Directory- Una rraueis M. Cockrdl. Warrensbuir, ..is usee com: l- Washington address: 1H I thirteenth street. X. W. "aUeorge'' Vest, SSaiia. Petti ec.iu.ty. n a.biBtoai address: luarteeulh street. N. t. I;KPRKSESTAT1VE IS COXGUESS FIRST DISTRICT Km. Martin L. (lardy, FarroinrAofi, ft. p-a'cols county. Washington address: 5M e irteeata street, J. W. STA'K BESATOK. If m. Seat Bvro Hilllsb irj, Jefferson r .utty. C0U5TT OFFICERS. I.i-rreeeetatvre I :teeuline: Attoraev.. Herk uf Circuit C'Mirt i ierk at County Cuurt eiierit. ui lector - 1 reasurer Acsesser M.rrTx ,-liuelCon.miasioner . rtiblie Adnintratr .. .n.n. v r. j . . .. aliee .lan.i'i i ..Jul- !i. i.uiRuoo : .I.din I.. Hos l .. ..LA-m aauiaann I luteal', Jania I harles Ititrka j cvn!'"Kiiev" I ..c. c. uozier . CITY OFFICERS Cfearle C. Holier atsyer i;rt Ware... . Sarosd Werd Tiiitl Ware1 . tLktun ..Valentine Keener . . .. Jueri.b tactile ..Chat W. Ilamm Valentine seiu J, B (J I-etViriute Krancis Allien ...JuIeaB .llil-nu...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 April 1881

m Ma 4! si M f .1 1 U W 4 1- JT7 A4 l: T !) Si mrA.JTlref l'q'&bt; Srid rajing,.- Went,!ai-tjyd the VVVjfJyiVfWrKDAY.g j kitchen' imV-4d nk HintAetli' Mill ill aVaaaW am V I: A m ., . i f . ... n 'aJb,1 (-rent wflnTlllWiJiiie aa?V Who. if .iiipsti. m dlii8 Sf-erdrVfK?k .k ;turS-dL "M ray f you re in, li IT-ny, at pj lickf MaH MBA?" a mUalt ?j.immmmvBH3ttmXim&tTrak in', linmiatilai ltaiiMaiaiaalAMaMa-rt1 ! r! i - .ty-? Wf jMiwMjiiuiiit attest, t 41 i ruMkn 4J am I 9rl nt a-uv.j a W'-rtioncSK2 rit at ! ill Mmlof wits i '3The fiend tux nan Afrtl Mi mhi arainicn JU;ui ijstii&'ai'iulil cast MMtl'KMt wt v-aiut ju.uu iwiiu nnu Jre, never.: was: fp more proper r- . 4W. than Jliss Martlia Monuktou. mr uone aiMLHiin''- -i.:n.. .1. ....! JUIfib in 3;pSU and 8h never ,'sfnaild: but man' rois;8H4ke fates jtisiose; ami lit lyitjj.jVUss . .MuuL-ktou kiow what r siwiild wi to. v'asou i"ric!:iy ,riioou I'rife Is aininlut'ky day e sat at lier tvinaow, workm;; onJ iot.3uft,iba&,, anl.u...

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 April 1881

JTIJ E FA 1 11 riu AY. 1'L'IU.IS1IEI KVKliV SATl":tAy MOUSING Ill VALLEK HA HOLD. Publi-shfr. Subscription Price, SI.50 per Year. INVAIIl-llI.i.1' IN AllVaXCE. RATKS OF Ali t:i;TlS(;: Onrii:iif.Hl:ii"s rthis tyie), 1 iiis.nti.jii M.M r..icli subsequent insertion.. ' .50 Business ciods. 1 inch, ier year " r,tti On'-ii:irr'r column, lvcnr -Juno - Hit- hall column. J year... .........".". :l'.j0 tmc column, I year.. ..'.'.". Tfijw Itiiq.lnvcd advertisements , har:.o"d bv lint inch. All transient advertisements uiii-t lo limit for in advance. Ve.ulv ad.crti.-emoiits payable quarterly in advance OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE FAIR PLAY 13 THE BEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. I H ATI A Large Power Job Press i i suitable for all classes pf work in the general fob Line, and can compete favorably wiili si. !oi::.prny other City lliuling Establish arafla tho West. TKTtaiH CASH. VOL7ME IX. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. SATURDAY, APRIL .X lsl. Nl'MHEU 17, CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Small pox and typhus feve...

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 April 1881

HMa(M(MBMMHBnnlMMnnMl TTIE FAIR PLAY- VAI. L Li: IL 1 U OL T). Editor. SATURDAY. AI'KII., 31, 1881. .TulliTMm Iiavis's history is to be jutl'l'lieil in England. Advnurcd sheet is of the acts of the la-t M-ncra! Assembly are out. Tliere isn't much hurrahing over ("runt in lit - ju-cscnt visit to Mexico. t!ii. Joe. Lane, who formed the tail of the Breckinridge ticket of I860, is dead. The Colorado Utes are setting res tive, and an other Indian war is immi nent. Jasper X. Burks entered upon his duties as Tobacco Inspector last Sat urday. There are signs of a break in the senate dead-lock. The Kcpubliritns are ivcukeiiiiir. Six million, four hundred and twenty-two thousand bales f cotton were rai-ed in the states last vear. The strikes of IhU year differ from those of 1K76 in that the sympa thy vf the people is now altogether wiih the strikers. It is said that Jeflcrsou City lu:s so far collected the iiicnitieent sum of $17 for the entertainment of the Ed itors to congregate there next ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 April 1881

Oflicial Directorv. U. 8 EE5ATOK8. ,,, -:. M. Cockrell. Warrensburg, I"?.!. Wn-mingtoa address: tM stsUiy,. ret,,, cnm.v. KEPBESSNTATITB IK CONGRESS FIRST DIBfBICT u . v.rrin L (lard?, rarmingtoo, St. Thirteenth treet. V w , 6TA1K rtSATOR. ft -a. couuty Sin Bvras Hilllsbero, Jttam COCNTT OFFICERS. Cepreseutative f i. r.nlinc Attoruee . Olrrk of Circuit Court . l Irrk of County Court. . U-rjS Ml lector Treasurer a.-essor surveyor ..h-w.1 Commissioner .. ..Hon. w. F. Cob ...Vallee Uarold .Jukes B. UtipM ...Joan ,. IS l.aala hi fraacis J egler Jules r. Ji ...Cbarle Burt ..Pawl L. Iempk Cyru C. brlou C. C. Itir i-ublic Admtnstrator CITY OFFICERS. Charles C. Rosier dsyor first Ward seoad Ward mird Ward... j.rk :rvsarer .Valentin Rattler Janes Berhl ,'ck'i vZteaMne eiu : f. W. HMWU J, k. C LOmpt i 'V;?. rt umrr i. nam . MWnWT ' . . UkMn JS?iir::::::...Ku''' l.rcb. June. September aed December. CIRCUIT COCBT. James D. Fob. Judge, rredericktowu, Med ou County. urmcTerm Monday SI ..rim MMlr ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 April 1881

r" I V i ! I i I. . i THE FAIR PIJAY. PIIIIXSHEII EVL'BY BATTatDAT. 1' STE. CE"EVIEVE. MI88OLUL The Lord or Burleigh. - " fM 'v The Lord of PurleifrfJ is,5r taorse, the MarqtiU ot Exefer.whoiiiafricd a jor cottajrer. . lie was an amstear aHZ iU iiicl.'eU but, he was not the youthful artist delineated by the jfoct Tennyson. Lord Exeter was a widower. . He had been unhappily married . and w its di vorced from his wife by act of Iar!ia meiit. He was a Han who tised. to lay aside all the tr(piii ef rualu and he take himself to quiet wars oltvahdering about the connrry. to paint.- In this fjuise lie used to wander through vari ous secluded districts, and many of tba wise union" us know the rest-iuidqniet which surh solitary wanderings- give. He made friends of the peasantry foJkT and became on great terms of intimacy, with Home-uf the humble people. Out readers -will recoiled that aoructliing of this kind was the case -with a lrd By-' rm and a Ird Aberdeen. There- was' one poor cotus ..w...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 May 1881

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IS - ! SOUTHEAST IISSOTJlL THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLISHED EVERY SSATUIDAY MORNING BY VALLEK 1 1 AUO I, D. Publisher. OT A "V Subscription Price, Sf.OO per Year. INVAUIAIILT IX AUVASCK. WiXTTS Of ADVERTISING Om kjiirp, i lin" (I hi ty !), 1 f iitoirtIon ?1 .Oft h.m-U nitlMiiifiit insertion M R iMiitv. I iivli, Mr !... C..tn (iinrt.-r -liiiiin. Jyeur iu0 in; iinii !-4litmti. I year . :.Tpj4 tm 4'tUmin, 1 ymr... Tutw tt'lv-ri-mi-i!t4 cliHrsretl ly the iiM-!i. All tfwii?ini U'lv-rrifWiii'Mi must Imj for in advance. Y:irly atltili.-c!t-iita ltM:iliie fuait:i-ly iu advance- JL ii j rw jl ; ti bavk a I Large Power Job Press suitable for all e!aaf work in the cor.em! Job Liae.a::Afir?eir.pctefaAor.'tli!y ::h s- ' toui lifijsTcther City liiaun Fstab'.ish- )., SA'iUDAY, MAY 2s, ISSl. VOLUME IX. STE. GENEVIEVE. M xr.Mr.ER ;i Wcst, TEHMS CABIT. FAIR . iKJpTsTTUe ornmu topics. TJ IK NKWS IN I5KIKF. May IS. was generally observed throughout the South by decorating th...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 May 1881

T THE FAIR Pli AY ' Everv Greenback f the future will hare the signature of a negro, thereon. VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. as Kranck B. Brce (col.) has been ap pointed Register of the treasury. SATUMAY. MAT, SH. MSI. The United States Senate is adjourn ed. mo Col. Titos. Scott, the railroad mag nate, is dead. The national bank circulation is three hundred and sixty-three million dollars. The Russian government has issued a proclamation lorbidinij the persecu tion of the Jews. lugersoll lectured in St. Louis, Sun day night, but the city papers do not even note the fact. The Stalwarts derisively dub their lass partisan brothers of the Republi can party, "half breeds." Far the pa-t ten months this coun try exported two hundred and twen-ty-tive millions in bread-stuffs to for eign parts . They discovered one of the atarmail routes in Oregon the other day on which the mail rider did ntrt carry even a letter pouch. lien. Grant, though way down in o'd Mexico, is lending a helping hand to C'onkli...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 May 1881

r Official Directorv. f..n Francis M. Cockrell. Warrenfburff, ;,hi-oo county. Waoiuugtou address: iis -t.art-ei.th street, , h. ..eorge t. est, stud ia, Petti eouuty. Mssliinctun uddreiis: u FowteeuU. au-eet. W. ttEFRESEXTATIYE IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT t..ii. Kartin L tJardy, Farmiurton, St. Crairois county. Washington address: S23 Miirtrrutb street, N. W, STATE SENATOR. I! -ii. ounly. Sam Byrne Hiill'ttoro, Jefferson COUNTY OFFICERS .cpre-ontatlye rtse,utiiitf Attorney. .. In k ol eircuil OiUrt. . Jerk I County Court . k-rie iollcrt -r irct-iirer --r- .r. uricvor rree.l oramis-iouer . . 'uulie AtUniustr&lor. . . nm. w f. ten . ...Vallee Harold ...Jules 1. tuinon John 1.. itopy ....Lonia Xaumann ..Francis J. Z-icfier lulea F, Jauis 1 liarle Murks Paul l.enu-ke ..cyriiec K.rivm Ci- t. Kuzier CITY OFFICERS. Charles C Rozer lavor 'ir-t H'aril Val.ntinr Ketil-r -eeoni Ward liinlWarJ.. lerk reastircr ,tl..mer Iaih..l .i!i.-tor tiect mcuuissioucr alcntine seitz ...J, It. J. I-eO mot...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 May 1881

I V r , THE FAIR PLAY. Pl'BiMMHEU KVKUV SATCRDAT. ste. 'iknkvtkve. ' Calling and Slave-Making Ants. Rev.. Henry C. McCook has contribu ted to the Academy of Natural Sciences 'of Philadelphia, papers on a Northern cutting ant and on the American slave making ant. both of which are of much interest. The cutting ant was observed at Island Heights on Tom's Kiver, New Jersey. . Entrance to the nest was af forded by a narrow tubular gallery almut two inches long, which led to a spherical chamber about an inch and a half in diameter. This chamber, or vestibule, communicated with another chamber, also generally spherical, but of more irregular outline, three and a half inches in diameter, within which were several masses of leaf-paper sim ilar to that made by the Texas leaf-cutting ant, but exceedingly fragile and without the cellular arrangement of the Texas paper. In pleasant weather the insects worked in two columns, one going each way to the pine-trees and returning to the nest and movi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 June 1881

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS TI1E BEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSQUIU. PITUSHED EVERY SATCUn.VY MOUSING -Bl- VAI.LKK IIAKQ1.D. Publisher. -'lption Price, $1.39 per Year. INVAIUAUI.T IX ADVANCE. 0 KATKS OF -IVKUTIIXS: ran, ''"i4''-8 1;""s ('us" M'-), I insertion f l.0 r.'ii .1 -"-rin JO tr r""u- 1 Oni .;'.r"r "''". 1 var Sum Z ''"' 1 yr 7,MW IiihV Via "''verilsctiia.ait.. rlianrail liv tlio ii,.-, A." tmiisienl aalrerlisa'tiicii-s must Im .'av-.l I "',vw-. Yearly advertisements ' uartaiv in advance FATE PLA WE HaVVat A Large Power Job Presr: : ' vfi' or " c I w of work in the general i I oiii" cn compete f:i onibtv w i! h ' mem SXiyJ"hcT CU-r 'tinS Istat-ash- VOLUME IX. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATUHIAY. -lUXE -I. Nl'MHEli .V2. THE FAIR PliAY. Y 4 1 CySRENTJTCPICS.' T,'K N'KWS IN UHIEF. Jkkersoh Davis is visiting ia Mon ,r"l, Canada. Tiik Mexican Congress has approved he Kads inarm, railway project. Cioirress " (.'iu-ti the Pres'di ut full paawer 1 con tract with States and private parties for the ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 June 1881

V ? v THE F AIR PLAY- yjr.LEE HAROLD, Editor. SATURDAY JUNE, 4, 1. Tlic Illinois legislature adjourned on Monday, and the people there are happy. " mm At a late miieml at Indianapolis the corpse, that of a lady, was carrM by women pl!bcatrs. ft is sard that the Lest n---er ot the late Illinois legislate. was wood-sawyer, who paid-1 board and ;;otlot, of healthy e45 h? sa' in? wood. The annual premium list of the CapcGirardea-- Agricultural Society is out Ti,or will hold their tair this year on th----10 1,,c 15th of 0, her, incli--ire- "V a single I icuioeratic vote was jri veil to Chandler for Solicitor Gener al, aid he was thereby defeated. All hoiortothc IX'inoerats for choking of this iioioil- political growth. The Sedalia Jtcutncrat is authority for the statement that Hon. F. J. (). ...Morrisou. State Senator from New Madrid, will resign his seat and en gage in the slcainboatiiig bu-in;ss. New York, has caught the alarm :ilong with Chicago, and is trying the dilVmiU task of demo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 June 1881

1 (jmJ!w fC ' - - ' x. V --ar-' .-, s.?? si Official Directory U. 8- KEXATOES. Hon Fraucia M. Cookrelt, Warren-linnr, kt'umi;''. WssiiiiMluu adtlrcs: HIS - -'uurtoecth slrel-i, X V. H MRT' Vwt, kc.-UIm. letti omntj-. tashiactin tltlre,s: 6H Fourteenth Hrwt. SEPEESENTATITE IN COXGEESS FIRST PI STRICT Hon. Martin L. larl.v. FannliiFton, M. -ranroia county. Wisliiugtou a-lunia: 543 lirtetntii htreat, X. W . STATE BEXATOn. f(tn. Sam Bvrus Hiillaboro, Jefferson sat'. COUSTY OFFICERS. :.rraaentative meeatiwr Attornor Irrkof circuit Serk of Coauty Court aerifl ..Lector rvaaarer ...maor trravor rtK-ol Commissioner . ciilic A'lmi"si4iilor . Jlun. V. F. Cms . ...Vtl! Ihn.i.l ...Jules H. Outsuon John 1.. ll? . ..f.uui. Naumanu .France J JEieftler Julr F, 4auis . . . .1 harl.'i Iturks . ..I'aul I.. t.em.k .CyruiC'. Kerlep.n O. C. IWier CITY OFFICKKS. diaries C. Kozier iLt.lf.lKKN. Vrh-niine Roliler J(fib liarhle '.'..... Hiss. W. liaimn Irvor ;.st Ward . numl Ward i::rd Wanl.. .Valentin Seilr ....

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 June 1881

THE FAIR PLAY. IlltI.ISIIKI KVl:ltY 8ATITKWA. STK. OKVKVIRVE. - MISSOtBI A B0V8 LOVES. : " When Ism hia- I will raarrr Kitty : I'nt Kilty slapped mi: uti'l ran away. And whiic I we for my-flf. in pity 1 mule up my iaiml-1 would marry May. For- May wan irentle, and May w tender. Vet lijrhtly abeiiut my offer by; I am etiirayetl 10 Geonrie Ib-nder: l'erhaps I'll take you if he Khouldtiie." By-end-by r met Jennie Dattcb.II; Jennie waft thirteen and I vu l- n; I used to carry her bunks and aarhet. And made up my mind to marry Jen. Hut Jennie her relirn wan quickly over. And Kate, my cousin, became my Kate; I said, "I'll propoae. like a brave, true lover. As soon as ever 1 graduate." Al! when I took out my clean diploma, 'I be dariinr Rirl was about t atart On oer wedding trip with young Will Us Komn, And no one knew of my broken heart I At one-and-twenty azain Love found me. Hut tb" anirel laec and the meek blue eyes. And the threads or the golden hair that loved me. Went fading- back I...

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 June 1881

TUE FAItt PLAY. PCBUSHEI) EVEItT BATOTtfiAY 310BMNU Br- K.. VALL.EK HAKOLD. Subscription Price. SI.SO per Year. m lNTAUIAULV IX AlVA-CK... s BATES OF ADVK11T1MXO: tM'nian-.x line fthis tvpo), I insertion i.0 ---"li subsequent insertion ll'isiness cards, I iui li, per year fi.tiO 'no-.unrt.T .f.lMiim. I year n-iiH column, I year TtiM ne column, I year 7O.0 I'iHpluyt-4 aflverti-emrnt rhiin-.l iy t.ie ncli. All transient mlvertisein.-nts must i.j pawl for in advance. Yearly advci ti-cnicutsi payable quarterly in advance. i OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS TUE BEST IS SOUTH EAST MISSOURI. i ... -. - i - !. . . - - Large Power Job Press ".'.a' V fur all r!ase of otli In the jrr.rrsi J.-T 1 ::ic. and can cimret fat t-raWv t t: ti -t. I . -.:!-, or a:iv(".:;i'C lily l'liuAttij; l.st:.l'.i-l; meat iiitlie Uol. TTlTLTVIBa CASH. VOLUME X, STI3. (JENEVIKVE. MO.. SATURDAY. JUNK 11. NUMIIEK 1. I CURRENT TOPICS. THE NKVVS IX J3HIEF. ("apt. Pa ix Botton has Etarted to nim down tlie Mississippi from St. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 June 1881

THE FAIR PLAY- VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATURDAY JUNE, 11. 1881. The rush of office-seekers upenGar iicil is a great a ever. G rant is reported not pleased with trip to Mexice. lay GeuKl was banqueted in St. l.oui one day last "week. The state of Vermont hasn't a sin gle millionaire within its borders. 'ol. I'reiL Grant's resignation of his l.iii.n in the army has been accept ed. Ireland is rapidly becoming riri'Opu laleil tliroii-rh the lui-rule ami the evil days !-ndi there. Sci im-U have discovered that want of reuti at Ton in t'ie h- a Igear is a cause of premature baldness. A Sunday or two ajfo all the sa I tns in Jefferson Cily were closed for tin rirst time in live year. Not lout since Missouri slate bonds v,vn- quoted at -Sil-o. Not a very bad .-'liuwiur for the "roblK-r state."" Will S. Hays, the well known music omposer and poet, is a candidate for lti.-tvor of I.ouisvillf. Keuluckv. ',"url JSchurz has removed to New York and taken the editorial charge :' ifio KcriiiiKj Po.i...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 June 1881

1 : - ' V THE FAIR Pli A Y. VALLEE II A BOLD, VublUhtr. Fair Tlay Things. Probate Court will meet nest neck. Haul rakes and j.il lifirk at KOZIEK & JOKERST: The Boyce Broti. areup at lirii-k- s-.'s paint iug the mill. George Sexaucr has erected a treet lamp at Karl Mueller's Mreet toruer. The fair price that wheat now oniniumU is bringing fjuitc a quantity ;.f it into town. Scythes, snathes and wheat cra dle in large variety at HOZIEU & JOKEKST'S. Heury Hohman has conimen'.-ed : he erection of a soda water factory .icar his residence. The beet and cheapest Harvet-t whiskey by the gallon at KOZIEK & JOKERSrS. A barge loaded with cord woo J, -link in the river Aux Vas last week. The cause of the linking was he faulty loading, There being uo emergen-y clause o the late dog law it does not go in- eflec t until the 26th of June, and ons-eiucutIy,dogs are taxable for this . ear. As usual Kozier & Jokeret lead The t hare a large stock of different mules of coffee and sugar,...

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 June 1881

THE FAIR PLAY rrcLisiiKit fcvi.ur s itttximy. CTV" f!"TVP'VI' VsillT-fI Iinprot eiiit'tit iu Appliances for Es- . . tiiiguisliim; Fires, There is apreat v,u ii v rf tools used to aid in ext:Dii:slilii?-1irco. ami tlm applinnees now ued by, the Vow York lire L'upurtmeut wo in tjSrikinjr con trast to the. ririroitirc methods of the old volunteer iirelieiKUtiueiit, The ob jective uoint of all tho improvements h.ts Wn to t at a tire quickly a:;d Mump it out before it h:is a cbance to make headway. The first great ad vance was mfldo iu this direction by the adotiouof tuif ?nijliiesiriisdji,!y met'iis of which the Tire JJejiariiuent may he ir.staiitly sunimoned from any part of the city. Except iu the sparsely nettled districts then is no part of the city that cannot, now le reached by a lire engine within iroui three to live minutes from the time' of 'sounding ail alarm.- The next great improvement .was the substi tution of steam for hand engines, in stead of the two or three hundred vol...

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