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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 January 1883

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS TT1E PEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLISHED EVKRV SATlUDAYMOUSIxd Br JfrALdJEK HAItOI J. Publisher. Subscription Price, SI.SO per Year. PLAT INVAUIAIil.V IX II HAVW A RATKS OF AVKllTMDi'G: . Oneii!iri-,(t im- 'this tvpe), 1 insertion !. . L-acli MulisojiM-nt Insertion jo "a)HiisiiH;g card. I inch, rr year. K.m One-ii:irter column. 1 vear.. ....... ...... 2u.nu he-liall column, 1 ycar... XYi) One column, 1 year... .......... 7.0 Displayed advertisement harred by tlie Inch. All trttnsicnr advertlsi'mi-nTs mustlM paid for in ndraiicr. Vearl v ad-, ci lii-euicnts payable quarterly in advance. Large Power Job Press r.ltab'.e for all clave of work In the general .'rdi lane, and .-an conijH-tt' tavor:t!:y with st. Louis, or any -".tier City rriisiin.n rstat!ih mout in tlio cat. TETIMS OASXX. I VOLUME XI. STE. 'GENEVIEVE; MO., -SATURDAY, JANUARY IS, 1SS.3. NUMBER :V2. V . ... . . . . T THE UOIOE LAXD. I.'.tiely o'er Life desert dreary. (trie i.riad w...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 January 1883

THE tfAlR PLAY. VALLEE HAllOLD. Editor. 3VTJRDVY. t.VXCXT, lirH. I I. The nation! librarr at Washington contain? 430,000 volumes. Bishop Ireland, of Minnesota lias for bidden any Catholic of his diocese to keop a saloon A house divided against itself can not stand; the stalwart building will soon go to piece ; Arthur and Conk ling are at out with ench other. Can it be possible that the South east is receiving some slight recogni tion at the hands of tha rcmaiuder of the staler It looks a little that way. "The Jcrcy Liily" and her company rill appear at Poiie's Theatre, in St. LouN, on Moudar next. The Freddie Uebhardt attachment is not adver tised. It is a severe shock to owx national pride, but we are forced UMdmit that ia the matter of public - stealings the despotism of Russia lay4.cr.er our republic most handsomely. ' Our Governor" message is very ex haustive. In fact so exhaustive Jail that no man can read it througband live. If published in full, it would fill nearly three pag...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 January 1883

Official Directory THE FAIR PLAY V. S. (SENATORS, j !Ion. Francis M. Cockrell, Varren9bur;r, i .' ihnaon county. Wa-tuugln address: 'jlti r'.riuteenth street, N . W . i In. lieorRet;. Vest, SeSalia, Pettis ewinlr. i ashington allrcss: Slu fourteenth btrw't. ' . i.KPBESEXTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT ltn. Martin 1. larlv, Farminton. St r rancuis cirtinlv. Wx4iingtuo ii'Mresis : 523 uirteenth street, X. W . VALLEK HAROLD, PuhlMtr. Tlii week ha given us some pret ty fair samples of winter. We learn that the river is jrorai'd j betw een the oldest and youngest i on- ly three years and seven mouths. This ! couple are evidently expecting anoth I er war, aad are doin;r everything pos ! siblc to assist the soveruiueut in men, if not monev. A. I'KRSOXAL : Thanks. Yours received. -II" -1'rof. Flynn delivered the first of II .n. maty. STAIE 6ENATOR. Sam Bvrns MiillsViro, Jtfferson auout tuent-live miles below 1M. Louis. a course of lectures at Union If all. on Weduesd.iv was the most tlior...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 January 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. rCBMSHED EVKRT SATURDAY. STE. OKJfKVIEVE. MISSOURI. A Clever Robber. Vidocq. in his "Monioir," tells some of the exploits of one of the most famous robbers of that epoch. Jossas, better known as the Manjtiis de Saint-Annand de Faral. Jossas was an ignorant country boy, who, when very young, beeanie a valet of a wealthy Colonel iu the French army. He remained some years in this officer's service, traveling with him everywhere, and ac(iiiring so well the manners of pood society that he found no difficulty afterward in passing .himself off as a nobleman. He was an extremely hand some man, and dressed and lived in great splendor. While Paris was re sounding with the news of one Itold and skillful bank robbery after another, and the police looking everywhere for the thief of thieves, the pretended Manjuis was leading society, dining with the beaux arid flirting and dancing with the lielles. He was supposed to be a Cuban with almost fabulous wealth, and manv of the olilcst ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 January 1883

i . THE FAIR PLAY. OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE 13 THE BEST IS PUBUSHED EVKBr SATL IUAY MOUSING PLAT T . i. , BY-- . ! '" ALLfli HaROLP. PublUher. .A . SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Subscription Price. SI.50 per Year. IXVABIAKL. Itt AliVANC.- -'-- t RATRS OK A DTEirtMaxa 4neSltime,tlline tthis type), I Insertion fl.W - J-.acli piibf-miiient iiirrtitn 30 . ItiiHiiira cm Us, 1 inch, pur year. fi.0 Oiie-runrter column. 1 year ju.tio me-lmlt roluiim, 1 yer. ... . -St-... . . -Cci On cciiuum, I vir. ...... .' liHilrf(l advertisement ctitrir.s-1 by the liwli. All tmnoient Mlv:ni4-vi'iif4 must I'Bid for in utlvatica.' Yearly udvurti-.cuiuuM Iayable cjuartcrly lu advance. W H V A Large Power Job Press uittkM for ftU citus ot work In the ;rer.er:U Jub lane, and can cotr.rtc t:icr;iti- wiin St. I.ouis,orany"-ricr City fruiting k:iii.Ii.v merit to tho Haul. TBZiaiS OATT. "' VOLUME XI. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY,' J A X U A 1 1 Y 20, 1SS:. XUMP.ER FA 1 K 1 Hi 'Vt -: t 1 SYMPATHY. A knivdit nml n hidy once 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. — 20 January 1883

r : : THE FAIR PLAY. V ALL EE UAUOLD. Editor. SVTJKPAV, ASCAUY, SOTU. Tlie rryinir need of the country is More rr'nlatioii ami loss i prohibition. Congress lias just jmscJ a bill aj propriatiug cSjrlity-rtve million dollar for back pensions. Accord in ;r t'J the census of 1890 there arc nearly niuc find a-hulf mil lion families in this country. lien, .".tiller wauls the wo.nt-u to de cide unions thwiiselves if they shall be given the rijjhi of siillrage. The bill for the relief of Fit .-John I'orter has passed the Senate and 'Ulack Jairk" Logan is not happy. William IJ. Xapton, one of the best and purest jurists u im graced our Su preme Court, h:is been called to his own final judgement. St. Louis has moved up another peg with a big scnst.tion. If she keeps on at this rate she wi!i soon be close on the heels of Kaunas Citv, The New Madrid llwtfd is loud in its praises of each of the immortal seventeen who voted for Dawson for speaker. Kissiujj goes by favor, Those iiiethein iti :d g...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 January 1883

Official Directory IT. S. SEXATOES I n Francis M. Cockii.ll. Warren-bitr,', ion coiintv. Wftalunglvu ad.lros: DM 'Jfevnth strei-t, N V. ' HenrgetJ. Vest, se.Ialia, Petti county. .iV-Iiiugt-.n address: 610 Fourteenth street, r.PEESESTATIVE IX CONGEESS FIRST DISTIilCT Hon. Manin I.. lardv, Farinbigton. M iT.'icois county. Washington allre: 52:1 l.irteculu street, X. W . STATE SEXATOU. II in. saiu Cyrus Hiillslmro, Jefferio tatty- COUNTY OFFICERS. .. ,reenUitice :.Vc.utiiig Attorney ,-rt "1" Circuit Court rk of Couuty Court ;-ri0 ' Hector i-:Mrvr cssor .-. irvryor - :,.,l(."niiiii(a-imT .tljlie Atmiutrt-r. Hon. W V. Ox .Vallte llnri.i.l ' Jul'-- It. OlltelHHl " iuVh' Saiini'rin I ...Kriiin-i-.J.Ziel.:r, ..' liarl-4 llurks laiil L.. I-eiu.ke ym C Krkir.ii C. C. U-uitt CITY OFFICEBS. . CliarKs C. Ituzler in". or - - irst Ward ..Valentin Kntller . . J .liu B.J..k-it Cbas. W. Ilaliuil I. W. Itraluuu . . . Francis IHiM.nt l.ton Jokerst ..Jill.-S 11 Uuicnt.ii .. U!irl. HarrU ll.-urv S. Shaw ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 January 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. pitri.isiieii ev;:ry Saturday. RTE. GENEVIKVE. MISSOnRL English Farmers' Wires. A creat deal of nonsense has been talked of late years about the supposed extravagance of farmers and tlieir fami- lies, who are in some ijuartere actually suniiosetl to have brought down condign vengeance on their own heads bv their love of luxury and ostentation. They have been charged with driving elegant ly equipped dog carts, riding expensive horses to hounds, ami doing a variety of dreadful deeds of this sort. Jiut the chief object of attack has been the farmer's wife, who is accused of wear- in" silks ami Mitins, of teaching her daughters "accompli shments," and even of keeping a piano in one of the rooms of the farmhouse. According to writer in the (lobe, these assertions are not true, for no greater libel was ever launched against a class of English women than the pretense that farmer's wives have become extravagant as com pared with oilier people in the same rank of life. In nine...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 February 1883

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE 1 13 THE BEST IX SOUTHEAST USSOTJKT. THE FAIK PLAY. POBLISHKD EVKRV 8ATTKDAY MOKXISO -BT- VALL.KE HAROLD PuhlUher. Subscription Price, SI.BO per Year. 1MTAKJABLT IX AUVjLNCB. KATES OP AIVKUTl!SINf;: Onp Square, Hlinot tvpir), 1 luscrtion I.flO Kiu h subiMMiuunt inm-rtiou M Business cards, 1 imh, jer y-ur.. One-juarter coluaiii, 1 year.. aM one-half column, l year. 3.V On colniiiii, I y-ar . 7i ) IHtjpliivcd aivrti iii ills i hnr-"l ly the Inch. All traufliint af1vf?rti.iiiMnt untt ig ail for in aIv him-. Y-;irlv wdv-mii-tjiuc-iiti DT A FAI VI HCTI a Large Power Job Press suitable (or all claasesof work tn the pener-d Job l.lue. and ran cempete favorably with Si . 1 ouis.or any iher City rruitin.:; Hsiatati incnt in the Wt. TSHMS QAHTT. STE. (JENEVIEVE, MO., SATURDAY, FEP.KUAUY 1S8.'. mmiu:u :.:. VOLUME XI. payable quarterly iu advuueu. m illSllil mi: house axu the goose. In niiirn-r, ihn h" irrass whs rrc n Ami all I ho wm.Is wi;re if ay, A li !-, jftM1-ti:il...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 February 1883

i- r 4 jT s I V r ! THK FAIR PLAY. YM.U.EU.. !u i;o.v. rr (ii-n. l"r:iliiis .V.. .: -.iitnil -!iiir" ;' li lu.As as 111 . (.'Iiai ln-c-i- I. "- y's ri'ijsu a M'-;-ir;"y I.V'iilli-! i u I!o- is uear '. ' i-t wo -hall lies ia'.' wife have . that tiit i llie .;;i!. Tin' Kinpn.'s L :"R wa iu France r-ly aul t lie '!; .'' iii--.ikx-I. from ntsrft to fouudr" --ori'-. While the ex'-:: ; !? dl.li.r in Frail :: . ir 'Tolni-cs to 1- . c-t' Jim present h len lrilli:int :.'.- 1-rief. Wc are jirom! . j :i.:. elolieiit a"-' MOiVd in mr : Willis. ,tve iivh an alle a the -..'tlali.-. .vi' of Warden A rkau;is has . tti:ii, who takes 'i! r 1 :i Cfa-hftl wo:i:".::' !n' M-mmm-. : ; K at!;l tin: i riini'V is f;trii..'st'. ' ,) sictif v'--!! tlieir iiiroii ;-. in: inveli;4: ' : - j t- f tlic ii';;i!" i' : civ on, biT T-i-: i-i f li-iT'ilil i ; ; W::r.Mi T" rl with three :i Ti-itul to liie wife When she M-o-it to i ajiluri' I'ri'in lli.-tt ler--'.f 'hill rwiri'-s - - !:i'.'::sii:vs to : manage- ; :i!i:.ry...

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

Oflicial Directory V. 8. SENATORS. H. in. Francis M, Corkrcll, Warrenbbunr, Vinson county. Washington ailurest,: Ills .fifteenth street, X. W. r.i. George i. Vest, Seiilia, I'ettis enuiitv. .ahington address: ln Fourteenth street. KPBESESTATIVE IN COXGBESS FIRST DISTRICT lion, Martin L. -lv, Farnihieton, SI r.ncoia county. Washington address: iJ .lirteenlh street, Si. W, VALLEE lIAliOUK 'Ui.slar. TTTl? P ATH Tr t v Aiiu a. iviit i. jjAi' "'""'" '-"",u naif uumtu nome mioasues m c.i,jou iron r makea dollar a .. ir ii. ..aiur m u,e an. r amu-omeat- one-third the time that Nero .lid. week fiddling iu the cow eotutri ,-. n-un,u,oW "-'i, On second thought, he couldn't, and if vou don't put co.t.v, .if liMll -..J- Tin li.f r..x l...inr-. " I vowing l. would get ,, one out there ' . lke,"eUVI ran 1 wue tuele -vo,ir M" !I Wl!1 ,,: ve r-lr immediately on his return. i w anj bustle or eonfusiou i Ihe , frayed at the edge ly souici Mesdames Andre, liaiiiii in i!vt-rV ; a,mieiH'e- Hiai is one 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. — 3 February 1883

ifname around Sioux -renau In sng- ltnpol- ly own Ctk yfFor tci Is me fvmis at f00,orjo. ie present lushing (he Wn by the Jjie Wont pieces the .ami !"V- Jit-r ell Is of purchase ' own scales. ( those wkii ,t bush., itt ,i TTT,...rial are -t-SH'',, the East. ?Z Aid Son coasted fa,anI the I SnVti-..q- 'Wed into Great Britain annus , j- su, anu from wnaicou"" - Carts -l 612 2.0.1 1 S.Ilil 1,M Ml Holtawl.- I-ranee. Kirn i.ii'irtw. WeotAfriai;! c 'T;f Africa, natives 13 i the hands iuired to Ja precions material. DAtLto account. Af- . saleis of all sizes for ket-.hires; and-e solid handles cntJbry,-' "-v i u TMttOn riilKCrs, or any Lin to Pearls sJ5rted ndles ioffe pot fsjalled ridi.y m:o oi75r ptir- tuiai. is soiu iiv ,(-iine. anu for the lunJiiffl,., ...mfacturers wSite sizin" 12Sd other fabrics ....... ,,rlL, f .l.r maiuiusi,"- - ."k. "The prop 'n dust, and Ti tus.-, is ounds to the nunure -- . f,.r rifflitv to one minu.r.. r : i i....,, in i. ie ,erton. w"- ", ....irrr,e, ir! r-somc ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 10 February 1883

j OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE U THE BEST IS ! SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. PUBLISHED EVEBY SATUItDAY M lUNINlJ Br VALLEE HAKOLD. PuhlUher. Subscription Price. Si.SO per Year. I.NVAKIABLV IN ADVANCE- BATKS Of AnVKRTIMNG: Onti Square, line, this type), 1 insertion fl.00 r.acli guliscquciit insertion so Itiisiiifs.scaids, 1 inch, per year Kim One-quarter column. 1 tear sum 4 m-lialt column. I vear. ......... ,!2 One column, I year " " -u'uu Displayed advertisements chTr'JAYYiv'the inch. All transient lelveitisci, ,. ,.. must I paid for in adt ,ra Yearly adt tiseiuciiU payable quarterly iu advance. FAX FLAY, BAT A Large Power Job Press I ul!iM for all cliusea of work In the pcncrsl ' J;b I. iiie. arul can compet favorably wuli ss. I t.om.ora:ir"aT City Printinjr Establish- luent ia the I .c VOLUME XT. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., SATURDAY, FEKKUARY 10, ISSii. NUM15EU tgtuvxs o. THE FAIR PLAY. E TUB PLUMBERS' CONX'ESTIOX. The pliimtter hare met in a consrrew. In their nch rol.es ot purple ami irold; The at-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. — 10 February 1883

i.V ' THE FAIR PLAY. VA LI. EE 1IM: U, Editor. ..urswv, .: uy, wtii. 13. St. I.oni is '' of -rt-i.-tiug an xiKiiiii V is an.l the talking is :'ioiil S! lic v'.'. !. An eastern .: ;r. uot elegantly, but eiiiiiha'ieallv, f.. s I lie jeoli who are linsHiiiiiir ISen. !: 'ler for ircMiicut, are loois. In 12 the '-riiiau 1111111 'grants to this country lik-tl only four of foot ill uji a grand t mI of three hundred thousand. With only o::t Republican in litr legislative del'-utiou St. Louis is far ing a poorly r.' the Mate capital this winter as nsua'. Every ws-ioii Iouis sends up lare and iiiiiK-ing delegations to lob hr fir some pe measure ind as a re mit she gets :i'ttiiiur. We are glad ' sec the whole Demo crath: press of the Mate rallying as one to the Mipi-'M-t of the bill for the creation of the fii.-e of 1'iihlic Printer. The S-l:tlia .y'i7. Major John X. Kdwards' h-.'-t fiilveutiire has sus pended for hick of tinaiK-ial barking. We mourn it :;s one lost to our owu I r.uilv. I n th...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 10 February 1883

Official Directory U. S. SENATOKS. 'on. Francis M. Cockrelt. Warrein-liurir, Vinson county. Wasbiugtuu aiUtnxs: ills ..urtveiitn ttrt't, N. W. iiu. George ti. Vest, beJjtlia, I'euU county. Vashiugton address: ClU Fourteenth striVl, IKl'UESENTATIVE in congress first DISTRICT lira. Martin I.. t'lanlv, r'amiinvton. M r;itMia county. Watthiligtou atlr.: Z-t t.irtwiitu street, X. W . STATE SENATOR. lion. Sam Bvrun lliillslxiro, Jeflereo ouuty . COUNTY OFFICERS. :ireiientmtive -ri.cutiiiK Attorney . . It-rk of Cirruil Court. . l-rk of County Court. . lit-rid oiler tor reanurer '.?essor urvevor .-hoot tJoraniiSbiontT . . uiilic AtJittiuatraUir Vallee Harold ..Jules it. tiiiiifoon John I.. Uojry . ..Iui NainiiaMii ' .Francis J Ziml.-r . Jules V, Jalio. t.'tiarlr Iwirks I ...raia i.. imii.c .Cyrus C Kerlcieou CITY OFFICERS. 'ayor :rl Ward -rotil Ward. i..r-X Ward .Charles C. Boiler ALDKHMBH. ;:::Vr'ME ' V'w BrabaS Francis IHinont I con Jokeral . .JulrtB Oilij-'ri'iu fciliverO. Harris Ilejrv ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 10 February 1883

y f-. (i f A. 1 V. fill up t r nnin THE FAIR PLAY. prBi.isiiKi evKur sati'iciiay. Guardian of the Crown. An interertin event has occurred at Buda-l'esth the election of one of the two Guardians of tne Crown of St. Stephan by the L'nite-d Tarlianient of Hungary, and the administration of the oath of loyalty to him. In no other country save England is historical cere monial, with all its traditions and forms, more faithfully adhered to than in Hun gary. Thin the old State dignitaries of the Kingdom are still appointed, al though with the exception of the Presi dent of the Supreme Court and the Ban of Croatia they have become mere titu lar oflice-holders undur the crown. The two keepers of the royal crown, how ever, are still held in high estimation, and their functions have been regulated by a number of old acts of Parliament. In the long dynastic struggles the pos session of the crown often decided the issue of the contest between different pretenders, for by the common people only h...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 February 1883

ii THE FAIll PLAY. OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IS ' SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. Wl BAT A Larfe Power Job Press ?uttabi for all rltui-rt el work In the seneral Jo! lane. ndcncomrlefvorli;y with t I etc.. or anT"tir City rriuting Kat&blisb mrnt In th Wut I P ITiUSIIED EVKBV SATUUDAY MOUNIXU BY VAL,1,KK HAItOU). H.iMihCT. Subscription Price. $1.50 per Year. INVAHIABI.V IN ADVANCE. KATES OK AIIYERTlKINtti ni.es.j.iare.s lines 't l.i-typ.-). 1 insertion 1 0 J-iu-li siilisetpieut insertion -J. Ilil-Ulies, eai.ls. ! , ,, ,.r year r,"l. One -iiinrti-rn.liinsn. lvear". -,,', toOnH-l,iut .-on,,,,,,, i v ai. Z "Wc-oli,..,.,, vr............. -, ,2 Iisi.laypl advertisements i tThr'J.Vf Yy 'ti.o Inch All transient ailvei-iis.- in, fst payable quarterly iu advunce. FATE PLAT VOLUME XI. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATUKDAY, FKIiltrARY 17. iss;. NUMBER :i7. r-:. . - j. - -- -i - : --. ----- ------ 3 - r " t a .SO-Vi? OTHER VAT. Thoiifh all y our dream- bay lieou shattered t i.ur id-. lieeii overthrown....

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 February 1883

ff"IT" "171 A T"P TT A "V I Liu x: Alii x x . A A HA R OLD, Editor. SATfliDAV, FiJIiHCAKY, I7TH. lafl. ' - The Ohio river U ou the biggest tear of its liistorv. J lie 1 roilioiuoin(s wi k iuu urn with their mouths. Hili license neitlier make whiskey hi"lii.-r nor scarcer. The country iiiav yet be saved only two more weeks ot a ! Republican Con gress. The Xcw Madrid Record is loaded with "taffy" for every body in geucral and anybody in particular. Since the first discovery of gold in California the total value of her output of the precious ore U l,170,00O.000. tty a bill ju-t passed in Congress, newspaper postage is to be greatly in creased. Xow heur the boys all howl. Speaker Kichardsoa has an eye on the Ciovcmorship of 'M, we think. libly, "he will get there, Kli," but it is somewhat doubtful. After all these ycar-.den. CJrant has relieved bis -ii-nMi-e by declaring, that although lie fought in the Mexi can war he never "m-lirveil it a ju-t t'!rirk--io:i. M .. !i i t'.inv saloon ! ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 February 1883

Official Directory U. S. SEXATOBS. i;-a. Francis M. Coekrell. Warrtrnsliursr, ...titMin county. Wasliiugtou aMres: Wa ...uteciilli street, S. W. 1 .u .rf? Vat, s-Jalia, l'eltis c-umy. i :t-tiingtiii aiitn: vW l-'imrtetulti slrwl. M.PRESENTATIVE IX CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT TI..n Mt.rtin I. 4 lunlv- FurllltliLlon. St . iaw.is cmhiiIv. Wellington aiU-tsii : .Sii j ; :.irt-utli street, N. W . STAIE SENATOR. I II..D. Sam ISvms HiillsWo, Jtlk-r-o inty. COUNTY OFFICERS. r-t.i-e-A'iitaliv ,..-e.utini: Attorney . ,crk Circuit Court. . wrk of v omit Court . u.-riO .Hector :casrr .--essor urveyor . . i.oiuiiiiiom-r - ..ulic Allliili;trator .. ll..n. w Valier. H.iroM ...Jules K, v.iiiiflioii . ..I'.llll 1.. film i.. iwk Nuimiao" .is J tnau r : Julei- r , Jim. liar!. - Iturks l-aul I.. """f'-H .c. uoiiir CITY OFFICERS. UiailMC. K...ier ayor W.tr'1 .... roii'l War.! . t-inl Wanl '..ValMiliu K-tHer, J-.hu B..l..kerl ...Uias. Ilamiii J W . Ilralialn ; Kninis IMiiM.iil I tou J..keil Jhiln It iuil!li"...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 February 1883

7 or 1 ti ks'. I THE FAIR PLAY. PCBI.I.SIIEIt EVHtS SATURDAY. STE. GENEVIEVE. - MISSOURI. Hew Mr. Avery Caught a. Uurglar. An arousing case wus trii-il lat mvk in the Superior Court of this county, Avery is a t vj.i -al eountrvfrrocer, ami his store in the quiet village of (iro ton has almost a various a stock of goods as was crowded into the ark. He is till and lean, and rosaic anil method ical in disposition. He never smilos. Xo one ever accused him of hiimororshrewd Hfss. At intervils of several years his store has Id-en entered liy thieves at flight and small sums of mom-y have leen stolen from his till. Twoorthree months jro he lost quite a sum of money and nine valuable goods iu thivivav. Mr. Avery said nothing, Imt he took "a spad" nd went down into his cellar and l.i-an t dig a hole directly beneath his money drawer. At odd times for several davs thereafter, when trade was dull and the ;sis had fallen asl-ci on the racker barrels up stairs, Mr. Avery toiled at his excavation...

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