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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 December 1882

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. FCBU8HED KVEKY SATURDAY MOBNINO VAtJfcEK HAROLD. Publisher. Subserlptin Prlc. UJO portwr. UTAKUBLT Iff ADVASCK. KATES Or ADVERTISING ne Square, line 'thin tvpe". I Insertion J1.09 acb subsequent Insertion M Busineaa cards, 1 iiH-h, per year. M One-quarter cotama, 1 year...-.-. . ne-hatf cohniin. I year.... stM Oam enfamin, I year..... TB.fli Displayed advertisements rlirr4 by the Incli. A&V traimient advertisement nufl In paid for in advance. Yearly advenbejueuU payable quarterly in advance. FAIR PLAY, vb hats a Large Power Job Press mltable tor all ctaa.ee of work In the general job Line, and can compel favorably itt St uui,or any otber City Muting t.iaMish meat la the Weal. volume xi. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1), 1882. NUMBER 27. THE FAIR PLAY. w THE KfyGTS BELL. "So perfect dar ba. ever come to me," An old man aaid; "A perfect day for u. van never be Till we are demil." Tbe young- Kin beard blm. and be ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 December 1882

THE FAIR PLAY. y.u.i. ;'!: it a no i. u, mho,-. v : ;:im v. iki. i:iisek, iriii.'isa. C. .'i--- ciiivcucd last Monday. "1 lie t.jl il ! of (ho !ri-.t 1 1 ti t ion iw Xi'JJflH. -tatc at tlic Scm-'nrv fl" W'nr, Lincoln, mir tiu.liu.r. nruiv increased. wu t itssii i aiii.MiI tif ut least in one I iiinjj. S!i: ha barrooms on her ias niyr c::v.s. I :.t daiiy th'tjftlck i !ro . viilai"?? iuroan ciirht-column J11:tr t:- ami i - vi wt he umr enough loarrs .rs to gv 'round at Jeffcuou Citv l:s winter. Tlic "Passion riay"' will noon b pro duced in 'Hzir Y.trk, with a ISaplist divine in the rharaler of the Saviour. Now that the election i paHseit tl.C national debt i Wing reduced at tiio rate ot only about is million dollars a month. Governor-elect 1'attUou wiw onrc a rini-iroicsionat baac ball player. He may be aid to have made a 'home run" thi iuuiug, Spain is slipping' np in civilization. The new Infanta will have only four Chrihtian name. Usually the royal children have a dozen, r more, co...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 December 1882

Ollieial Directors V. S sKXATMKS. M..n Fran. ; M. fnearell. Warppnburs. ..nijoii .entity. Was!iliis.-lu a-lalrr.-: Jls .iili-a-nUi Mrei-1, N. W. .... 1 -. wmr. ; Ve-I, S.JalI. IVItw a-minty . i '. a-ahiav-i.-a ad.in-ssi ail" KouiK-a-utU im-t. I ' i r.i'i;i:si;xTATiVE IX coxokkss-! FIRST DISTUIOI' Martin I. 1.-.rlv, Kan...:.-!"". i m i: sKXAioit. i Mm. -m I.vn.. Iiiiil.-li..r, JoCers.ni j CVS TY OFFICER!?. !e;.n-s'i.t.tiva- . ... . r-.-i-a-iilii.E Altonwv l.-rk f ira-mt lrt Vrk il ouuly i "Urt li -liA . ... .,-t.s-lor i.-a;ir.-r ...a--s-r i.rv.-yor .-icn.1 '.ininiiia-r -i;ii!ic .Viliiiii-trator. ..tt..n. W. F. t x ! . ..Valhv Ilarailal Julaf II. .uijiu'in " a.ulii'Sn . . . rraiH-M J ''J i lillar. .laiiife i " . . .... iur 1'aatl l- lA-IIII-l-e ' " . jrus: h.rlavon C I! " r crry omcr.i:s. ;av.r . ... "rl Waivl . .v.. Hi! War-l ami Want i Italics C U-iier . V MH Ilti' IMtlcr . J Am IS Joka-rsl t.hias W. Ilalltm " '. J W. I'rahaJtl Kruna-ts lMi.iit l I fm J..kvrt ....lul.il! Oliipn'in O...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 December 1882

THE FAIR PLAY. rCBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 6TE. GENEVIEVE. - MISSOURI. "Old-Fashioned." When one U'scrilM' his neighbor as an "oM-faxhioned man," it may be meant to imply that he is antiquated, behind the time, stiff anil formal, ami holding opinions which the world at large has discarded: or it niaT be intended to indi cate that he is a sound conservative, op posed to all vicious novelties, a man of gracious manners, an honest and high minded man. I can recall many people who, in their dress and manners and style of conversation seemed to connect jie wilh a former age, but such persons ae getting scarcer every day. The or ntmeutal wig and braided cue and tas cled boots, the low bow and graceful wave of the hand in entering a room, t.'v! stately Seccli that carefully avoids hov approach to slang, and never omits a title and frames its periods with judi cious care of all this the rising genera tion know but little. In these times old and young dress alike and have much the same manners...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 December 1882

V OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE THE FAIR PLAY. 1 PLAY FATE IS THE BEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. Wt HT A PCBUBIIBD EVfcBT SATUICDAY MOUMKO Br VALLEE HAROLD. Puh.li.sHer. Subscription Price, SI.SO per Year. INVAlUUii.X 1 AllVAiCK. ... BATfcS Of jlVKHTtSIM: OneSpian'81iiii-s !(liistvp.o, I Insertion fl.W Kaeti suhscipii-iit Insertion lEiiHineftH card., 1 inch, -r yt-ar 6.11 One-tpiiirter column. 1 vear ------ Otie-luiif column. I year........ '.iri.H) fine column, I y-iir.... Timw Displav.-d advertisements i-harm-d by tlio . inch. -All transicui.rterU.scii.ciiii niin-t Im paid for iu advatits-. Yearly udicrli.sciut.'iita payable quarterly in advance. LOOK CP. Look ti ill The tii'rnln crowns the nisht. Tin -kI mmii has tie ! : the day a.r i : The s.m tiiniii.-ta lut-t and una I Wi! breaks; 'I hoiu.-ti m st s an 1 -h i Iocs n! Hie heart And tciiti'l d vtn.riiliilii-ainsdart. And till lb- sky, me soul, tt vvorl I with light. Lookup: Lo ik up! Tb-roldeii roof . tf m.tple liranche overhead 'I heir ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 December 1882

TIIE FA I II PLAY:DOOTSlZZ"r VAU.KEHAhOUhKUto,. . SATuiuAY,'rKo:uilKit. Wui7i:' . - BsionliasaUomaile thf iliMivcry, that Mr te -t. Lnn!ry has horribly large Out late -.ia lid.iK- fir Congress hi New llaiu-liir who rp-eivc I only -i7 votes iu ci'Ulisihijr tl r seat. Itt:ike ilfii. longer in 2ti:iun'l a hirviaVu-!.ii,-;..n Cilv tl.en it takes - . w "s-"' ; laast other p!iie to try a whole cum to. i lllll lind ll'-l I1I.1J Wilt 1 . l io ainujo cjroWrnin..nt!..,fcfe to trust the people a chance to In twenty vcar- paid out $5!U,l'sr.09J for pensions-. There arc no t.hsn V.9Xi iwuwon er? Ex-Senatur !.r-try sayji the Cir;iuM licans R)ient $Ui,0l iu ludinna aud $1,009,000 in New York ia the taiu paign of Vhcn the yotm Jiiau-nnvcl retder learns tht 'r.uTil.i It!!lv i-i worth $250,000 the scalp hftiaj b-i:aoi w il! hive still grc.-itcr at!rartiUi firhiui. Iorsey is t:ilk:n sonic now so as to et himself ia proper trim for his threatened startling disclosure as soon a this week Star-routeV jur...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 December 1882

Oillcia.1 IDireetorv v. s I.. Irai.eis 5!. I"irk;v!!. Vi:iilt' . .n i.illtl!V. Vl Jl-i U TuMlV-- l:.: Its'iilh strettt, N - . .Mr.-;. .:,.-V...: r. ; ' ..1'UK.Sr.NTATTV!' IN COMiZ;;:: i' r-.n. i:tr:in T. i jc.iis ee;i:i: -: ;iv:;Iii : :' -t t, ' I. i I e-!v. Kami.-' .i. i I r-iv. t::i W asllili Hon Mrriw : s i a k smnatoj:. r "j:;rv if:;i. '.';:.. ;i .1,. ; ri- i ::lltin- -.-.Uli'su Alii.lM-v . , vk ;( t irenit .u.t rk f i.'Mitily twirl : -:in .. .t!crt'r . - fi'iiirr'T ..II. !. V, i'. i ' X . ...XMci ll:in.i.i ...lult-si;. .uv-u..ii -Mm I- ii-v'V . Kraii 'i- -I .:..!. r .I'll-- K, Jsilin !i:trtcs Ittii'hd . . . 'iu I.. 1.4'iiitA? ..." ...4J C Uia -I ):r-r . . ;r::l"r. . . : A'llili:.: .TTV OKI'H'KKS I 1iin-sC Uizti;r ' ivor r-t Vrf A!.IKKM.X. ... Va'.rilti'-i. Ittlll'-r J .Im I: -l..k.-ii . .h.-i i . II:iiinit :uml War ! .linl Wr.'.l I -rk r.-;isun'r 'tiriiv . irliai lif'tor . . -Tfi'i ('miui:-i'niT. .. .. rn.iwis iu..ut : .. I r.... .1 .k rt ....liiU-y IE itiiiiiun Uu -r l. ilarri...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 December 1882

THE FAIR PLAY. FCBLMHCU KVKUY SATCRIIAY. STE. GKNEVIKVE. A Desperate Fight with a Bear. One of the most uVsperate encounters between man anil brute that have ever ' taken place in this section occurred yesterday morniti;r in Mammoth Park, Mammoth (iulcli. William rarentcnii. foreman of the (iunncll mine, had start' 1 out for a Sabbath days soort. and reached the park rather early. Iliirnjf the night a light snow liail fallen and t!te mountains were covered with alight and delicate coaling of while, which was, in decd. all that the hunter could desire, for it left the trail of man and bea-t plainly visible. Mr. Tarenteau soon struck a In-art rail, liefore he had jrono lifty yards he heard a slight noise to his left, and tiickly turning around he dis covered a large female bear and a weil grown cub. SheMH-med tolie hesitating fir the nioinent whether to give light or not. The mother and cub went not over twenty yards from the hunter, and his decision was made up its .iiiiek as a Hash....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 December 1882

V THE FAIR PLAY. PUBI4SIKD E?KBT-STOKDAT HOBN'IKO i i ubscriptien Price, tl.90 per Year. IKVARIABLr IX SUfJilk - kates or A1euWI!.,,"" One Square, Klines 'this Type), I IiisertTn flM Each mile..'nl Insertion Ki.aineag cards, 1 inch. ler year .0 One-quarter .-oluniti. lycar - 2" 'J one hail wiunuinl vear...... One cnlmte, I tW.'- . UljailavM adverttsenv-ats hn.-c.J lijr ie Inch. All transient advertisement mo paid for in advance. Yearly advciliseiuenu payable quarterly iu advance. 'a wixteu soya. O, Summer has lt riHM And the lauKhitnT litrbt south wind. And the mny picadow lined With "f'rwy, danc-linr potter; But Winter has toe sprite Aud the witching frosty nights. O, Summer has Ibo splendor f the rn-liel.ls wide and deep. Where scarlet popple sl.-ep And wary mqh'Ihw wander: Jtut Winter lields are rare With dlaiuouda everywhere. ; O, Summer ha the wild b-w. And the riinrmir. gniKinir note In the nilmi K tiineful throat. And the lear-talk the trees; Hut Winter has the chime tt the m...

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 December 1882

THE FAIR PLAY. VALLEE RAJtOLD, Editor. vn fT-L?Y' Dfc-''BI;-K. -J,IJ , A Merry, Merry Clii-Mtinai to all? M'eax-e on eartb to men of good JoPffrcss will a::iiot certainly a two cent letter postage. give I t. J. IL McLean in partial)- happy M lea!, Congre--; having given him a -';(. for tlic vacau .y in the secoud tlis- t It- . iia A New York r-d!lr U on trial fur publishing false tews. How anxious ly most of "The Liya" will watch the result. Manitoba niu-: be a delightful land t sojourn in. Thermometer is just ;oir ranging so:u where down in the sit ties below zero. Or. Joseph L. R'-h:trdon, of Stod dard Co, seem-. be ia the lead for the Scalcerohin, with Dawson, of New Ma drill, a good trsond. W. T. Carrinjrton. principal of the Caje Girardca:i public schools, will be the chief clerk ue Jer William E. Cole, man, State Superintendent. Congress has iorthe time being, laid aside the onerous basiaeat of law making and the members are scamper ing off home to spend the holidays. A gay Ke...

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 December 1882

Official Directory U. S. BENATOES. asjn county. Wnihingt'a attare.- : Ul vi. ivTgeii. Vest, C-iuliat I'eitis county. I :.?i.ington aMr93: 10 Kurtt;iilh street. ! KPKESl-STATIVE IS CO.VGRESS FIRST DISTRICT i!-in. Martin I., t l:irlv, Farminon, si r;iiicis county. Washington uil'ln-s: .,itt-t'uth street, N. W . STAIK SEXATOK. fcaiu Kvms lli:!:sijoio, -le-fiersoii OOVJXTY OFFlfEUS. .i:ty. (i'l-escntative f-niiiir Attorney. . vr. (Jirruit Oxirt. i'rk i t.oimly Court. rrifl .il-t'r. a4uriT - r , .rvcyor t ittloiaini-iuri-r . ..!i!ic Ahbiutrittr. . Un. W. K. Cox Vallee Harold Jules It. iinifriion ...John Is. Itry .l.t.um Nttmnrutit KraiiCiH J Zi. :i CITY OFFICERS. y,r r-t Wanl. .. t.harle c. E'lzlcr I. Valentin icttier road Wjirt iip Wi-J rrk Jnln It OuiiriK.n -asnrcr wiivr 11. Hurrii :!.nn-T Ilrary . shaw irrhal August lllinim Jamli lttly klullaa Urrishatier tntniisiiioiicr. . . iffmnt of AMnom tnKt 4lh M.inlar lu jrch, Juue, lM-iti-fulr and IXyciiiImt. CIECITIT COURT. tames I. Fox, JiiU...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 December 1882

THE FAIR PLAY. rini.lSIIEI EVK1SY SATURDAY. STE. CEXEVIEVE. Missouri. Ismail Pasha and Egypt. Tin; reirii of Ismail Pasha was a gallop at full. speed. He was the moving spirit of progress; but unfortunately by this untiring energy he hail gaineil a reputa tion for "genepwity." It was a natural consequence that Egypt became a lieM ftr rash adventurers." Public companies, contracts, and precarious schemes, in all of which the ever busy Khedive must have a share, terminated in costly liliga lion. The rival Consulates of Kuroiea!i States, ever jealous of an opposing in fluence, supported their individual sub jects in every enterprise. After the ex plosion of these hubbies came the suits decided by consular jurisdiction. Nubar Pasha, at the instance of the, Khedive, laid bare the gross injustice of the sys tem and succeeded after great oiijmsi tiim in producing the much needed re form by the establishment of an Interna tional Tribunal. The debt of Egypt had necessarily in-r.-:.-i to au "...

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 December 1882

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IX SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. ftTvUSUED KVEXT SATURDAY MOKXIXQ PLAY PnbUnherJ crtttwPjica; liBO gor Year. unruuABLT is auvasce. RATES ajagr AnVEKTISINOt OneBqtiaie.gline ftfttotrpf, 1 insertion fl.flU Each subteiieiit insertion M Business card. 1 inch, per year. .() One-qnarter column, 1 year gu.fiO Wl HAYV A Large Power Job Press One-half column j year.. ...... . One eoluann, i ver, Dfcplmved.ailverrt itH-nt- rti t.k , .i y -uitbois lor an classes el work in the KeneraJ JbLine. and ran compete Uvorably wiih St .... nun v Inch. AU tmnnum a-1- rrtt- - m-mn must VOLUME XI. rSTE. GEXEVIEVE. MO , .SATURDAY, DECEMBER , 1882. NUMBER no. .oranTotaer tnty nmtlns )..taMt -na wast. paw unr in wlvaiu. l eai ly advcnueiui-uu payable, quarterly in atlvuuoa. THE FAIR PLAY. FA I E I 1 I a r THE SEW YEAR. ' 6. the now year. -lal and free. Kearle-4. teartoa. careleaa, bol LU'tot fil oviry home is no. Pride of all the Touna- and old; E-erjtbina- is till-l with life. Kvi-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. — 30 December 1882

THE FAIR PLAY. VA LLEE HA HOLD. Editor. SATCBOAV, lr.i f Srril. laB. A Happy New Year. Our stale lxUlature on next WolnesIav. will convene An Infaul daughter of Gov. Critten den died of iljptlioria last week. ' One Indy, Miv. Mttie TJchcnor, is a candidate for var&tog 'crk of the Louse. IVesideut Art'""' " for civil ser reform uo svinpathtctic rd in tha 11 jpu1:i-;:tn bosom. Tliaawthite Ovar Wilde was"stecr cd' against a biiukjn game the other day and worked oat of nice lit tic sum. The filobo-Deiitocifl is opposed to fraiikinjj newsj-niiers through the mails and there is where we endorse it? opiuions, one time. "We arc now publishing the prospec tus of the Louis Republican. It is a great paper and n!wayg manages to keep well abreat with the times. If we can only h-m! the political tide at its present flo jd for just two year, there will be a gra:id picnic in the Democratic party at the end of that time. The execntric II. Clay Dean says everybody in Missouri wants to run for off...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 December 1882
Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 December 1882
Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 January 1883

futr n:rs ... . f r , J. A.ri uui aiir r-c r MIR luB FCBUSHKD EVEBT SaTUUDAY " IS THX BEST TS Subscri IKVAB1ABLV IX ADVANCE. 8 RATFS OF AIIVKUTISINO J. 1 1 mf-n Larce Power Job Press rnltabtofor all CMMif worsts Ueotveral Job Line, ftnA CAn nmptrTnynmbly with $b Makimthallw. . PLC ?:'fZ&TJI .TgS , itk MZZS!!ur',"-'" I n "'.c'''"'". M-'Br.... : 7i,iio -a. ; jMmiJ yawi" , i- -; : .: jtmmmH yi3 .vtr-,i M-ii:. 1,A38 EIUOJ 008 33033 5r,-..'l"I v " v.n ? . .' 3;n-;i-J -. , I, '---"J F ir.-u.l.' --Si ' ' ' . MOCNIxd I ' " tt a nrr A k 11 . efcrTVit.TJI ITS I 1 t;iMss,ri" !(j j;it An I iii'i ui:),- - jits. ,r tir'ti;it 11 ' Tli.;,S Wllf a. , .jt;!'. -c ..4 ... - ; "( -f .. 1 vP;,VwW:i'-'lUjr,Ittll.,i: ! m nnlV:ilrif For. ml I'vis m-itiv (r mvown ! e.bjv n'ttl i f( miiti4 worii . V o ,. - ' '""J ,I,V,',' ni" stin: . I .! Ti.rtfnHt.. At'rt:iin hi1 thubM 'lbat p i sou where ihiy eliu. ' t- e I bnvfn't thntii cpanre fhivie t " Pi Perm n-n'hit rtt- .nt iaistep,., ll'l ! l:Uli.I.IIll Itl-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. — 6 January 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. TALLEE B.UtOT.D, Editor. SATURDAY, l.l.VCAXr. 3TB. I9R. lie Soto has a Itht of ttt,000 and o Iowa organixe ion. A Ci-innattl nurt derides that ILe w.-irl Iilub" u r.rofauc. 1 !? !'ar ': banning to fly in the Senatorw watcnt. ' he last Star-ro r.e jury is compos- 1 of eight whites and four negroes. Yhe Cape Giw- nu Normal school iia an attendan e -f two hundred and fiftj- pupils. " SjtS) During ahe e'ghr rear of revolu tion this countr i ad a president nor individual head. Tliere ore for.-e lawyer and flf-tj-nine farmer 'a :.c lower branch of our legislature. Missouri's capita' school fund, ac cording to tberot of the state Su perintendent, is ov.- $3,000,000. The old "papfe" say that never has such a horde of i::tngry onTtee-seekcrs been seen at JefV-- a City as nvV. It begins to lo a though the pres ent legislature wv 1 submit the pro hibition question a rote of the peo ple. The French Itejoiilic must be a ratti er shaky afikir a : existence is claim ed to be greatly...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 January 1883

i Official Directory U. 8 8ENATOES. Hon. Francis M. CocLrell. Wunvnsliur:;, iimeon comity. W a.sliinKiiu aiilre: HIS .iineeiiui rtreet, . w . In. tieorgeli. Vest, Selalia, Pettis coimtv. I'asbingtun ailttreas: Clu l'urteentli strtt. '. .KPBESESTATIYE IX COXGBESS FIRST DISTRICT lion. Martin L. I.lanlv, Funuititon, ritncoift county. Washington a'l.lrrsit: liirturath atntl, S. W . STA1E BENATOK. Sato Bvrng IliillslHirn, COUXTY OFFICERS. if.m. uuty. Vjirodentativc r .suriitina; Attorney. . . lerk uf Circuit Omrt . . lerk of County Court . . ii'-rin ..Hector rvasiirer .f ??rtwr urvnor tUool 1 immissIomT . . . uMic A.iluiiistrat.r Hon. W. F. O.x , Valtec HaroM Jules U, liiiijrnon John I- Itofc') .olli( Naullianii K ram-is J. iler Jules F, Janis l.barW llurka Taiil 1.. Ij"i.e C rus ' . Kerlejrou C. C. Itoxier CITY OFFICERS. Charles C. Itozler IrstWanl ... AMfLUMIkS. Valentiut Itotller J Jin It. J..ker-1 Clias W. Hamm J W. Itralialti , . r'ralwis Imiim.iiI I eon Jokerst .Inlig It tjiiiirimn...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 January 1883

f V THE FAIR PLAY. rrm.isiiKn kvekv satiuiay. 6TE. CEXEVIEVE. - MISSOCM. How t Get Homesteads. More than common interest is bein Jnaui.'esti-il f late among the people oi this and other r.4;itie .States to secure boiiiesteads on the public lamia. How to secure these is a question that is often askeJ, and we shall answer it as briefly as possiiile. A homestead entry must not exceed 1(50 acres. It may be for eighty, or forty, 01 a smaller number of acres; but one homstead is all that any oik- person is entitled to. Women as well as men are entitled to homesteads, by compliance with the law. The lir-it is a written application to the Land Oflioe in the district where the land to be entered is located. It must state the full name of the applicant; the section, township and ranjre where the laud lies, ami the number of acres ap plied lor; ann tne lanit must have lntm surveyed by the United Slates: and there mn4t be no prior, adverse, valid rirlit to the land. a this application and none ...

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