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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 March 1883

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE 1 IS T1IE BEST IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOUMXO a -r-VAIXKK HAROLD. PuMl.hw. Subscription Price. SI.50 per Year. IKVAKUK.LY IX AbVAStB. RATKS Of AOVERTIfflKO: OimOqnarr. "lines thistvpto. I Insertion f 1 HO Kat'll 8lltS4Hflflt Insertion Business card. I im-h, ,er year... I" 6 to One quarter column, J year One-hall column. year xr 'O One column, I year . . .."".. -n'no IHspiaved advertisement hnnpV b'y'tbe Inch. All transient advertls. mem. inn M lie paid for in advance. Yearly advertisement payable quarterly in advance. FAIR PLAY VI HATB a Large Power Job Press sultabta lor all rtaawaoC work In the genera" Job I.ina. and ran compete IivornMv w ith si. louts, or int -"shcr City rYtutlng l.sial ',i:i oient la th. Km VOLUME XI. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, MARCH iss:.. MMliKR 1.5. TXIFtJLVIfll CJ THE FAIR PLAY. "0 H7A7 THAT BLOW'S OUT OF THE west: O wind thst blow nut of th West. 'I ivej has awe; over mountain and sea; moil in-ariin luy f...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 March 1883

THE FA lit PLAY. YA U.EE HA no Lit, KVh,,: Miiilotr, m uh.ii.sul urn. mr I'sisl8inr ilesirves : rest. ...v. 'riiU'inh'ii lia iftii.l iL.liigli a-- :!!. 'i ! it- is rest for Ijo'Ii the gvoil ami 'v'k LihI legislator. Never t-ount the i-liii-kvns before1 the 01 .. 3rP iiai'-licnl aud never judge a it(ir" unlil il i a-ljttru--il. Missouri doct-u't inn-el iuv more - '."':, juttat prweut, but she aeeds i u" 'I umy miles of good road. A-; , well thai cuds well. Aud s v cur legislature. It -oniiuenced : -.ir! tat It comes out iiowerfol u t -u .-niMret-h. t- t.-t-patient under luuKiuflirtion i ! ivc break l'ose oo-a"Mnally and ; .--a :: just as we!! ti set o-.'t of the e i . ; our iu.-aV. A U-mUh to the libibt-th'iuwiii .'.:u !own the road, shout : IV ;- I'ruud of Her, 1'uhiic School.' i or. oM Sto. Ot-nrvirve ! What t.ii death of Mr. Howe, the Tost r (ieneral. which occurred on - -h of March, the !.,st Office '.":'iieat fca Utt :.u efU.-icnt of- i1: !rCitr is ta'.kiugef organizing t lov.i ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 March 1883

Official Directorv U. S. tSENATOES. I n. Francis M. Cockrell. W-mvnrUir;.', r.cixtii counfv. Wri-sliaiWu aU1ris : Uiri f.r.Ufulh strei-t, X Y . i (iwrge . VtM, o.I:tIin, Petti- county. :;-hii:gton aiMrc.-5: tito Furte-uli a?tr-.:t, i:PREEXTATIVE IX CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT it n. Martin L. i .ar-lv, t'arniinton, t laiM-a-is cv-uutv. Wahiutvu 'tlitrM: Z&l i.tiK-.-uih -sli-ret, X. V, STAIE SENATOR. il m. U Burrrtt Oliver Jsu-Lnt aj.e .-.:ity. COUNTY OFFICERS. '? recitative N'litiusr Attorut-v ;rrk jf 4 irvuil i.ourt :rk of County Court -r0 ...v.-wr -.usurer 1. 1 Yr -ii'Hil Ciurui(M'it'r iMic A'iiiiiuitralMr Vailec Harold ..Jtiles !;. iui?ii- c . kerlajfon . ..Ia,ui4 Naiiniaun . Francis -I. Z:e;:l.-r lliivtr 1. Ilarrw . .. Kraut Uurk ...I'tnil I.. I.en..ke . ' vms J K er: aiit.n .. ...C C llozier CITY OFFIOEK8. Cbtulea C. Baxter ;uyr i ir-l Ward... .-on. I Ward l.ml Want . . .Vuktitii.e l:tl!r J Jiii B.Jokerst Chas. W. Ilamlii .1 W. Ilr-haui .. . Francis IMinont I rou J.jker-l :.-rk ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 March 1883

r V - - IB irA " a. THE FAIR PLAY. FCBLI.SHKU EVKKV SATIRDAT. STE. GENEVIF.VE. - MISSOUBL 4roid Breaking filas-s Water (iauire. One of the greatest annoyances that I ever hs'l to contend with si we I took charge of a stationary engine has been the frnciient breaking of 'glass water pauses. After breaking a glass I at once eu'lcavoro'l Vt trice out the cause. The individual who sold rue the glass main tained that it was all right, that no fault was there; while a comjtetitor argued that Hohemian glass was not the best kind to use, and that common sense tmght to have taught me to purchase Scotch Mint. Still another asserted that lie use l a (ierman glass that hail leen annealed several times, which made it so tough that the tul' might be dropped upon the floor without breaking. I finally came to the conclusion that those men wauled to sell gauge glasses rather than to find out the cause of their break ing, so I went into an investigation with the determination to find out the true cau...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 April 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE PUBLISHED EVKBT 6ATLEI1AT MOKNIXO VAL.L.EK I1AUOI.I). Subscription Price. SI.SO per Year. IHTAXIABLT IX alVSCB. " KATES OF ADTERTOSIXflr nneSonare.Klines tliUtvpej, 1 insertion tl.M Kaon miboeipieiit Insertion y) Hiiainens card. 1 inch, per year SjiO One quarter column, 1 veer............... M jne -ball column. I year....... On column, I ... ............. -Mju Iiisplayed advertisement charged ir the ... A," """'" adverti-oinouin mint I, paid for in adi aura. Yearly advertisement payable quarterly in advaucc PLAT 13 TIIE BEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. vt Hare a Large Power Job Press ! iilfaK.e lor ail flatties of work in the "encrV ob 1 me. and ran compete favorably ith M tenia, or any ""-her City PriLita;; 1 taMiti ' mrr.t ta the ul VOLUME XL STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., 8ATUKDAV, APRIL 7, 1:5. M MHEU 41. t 1Trt.IWTja OASZX. :: 7't : . "F1 ' , . 7 : rt TIMER t.ADOlBH. O sailors sad'nnirth. Wh'-ro the wild white surg-" nnr, An'l tierce winds im l stronir 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. — 7 April 1883

i THE FAIR PLAY. Vi LLEE UAROf.D, Editor. SATf RItAY, AI'KH.TTH. 11. The I.TKhtiure aj(uriicl on Moa- day l:;,f. Frau .:c li.tt. the largest national dab of air- t.oi,:;!rv in the world. Tiii- wv-t'k'. election indicates tUat the gri.-ai i Kiuocratic wave ig still ro iny on. There is cnlyune vessel in the Unit xt Sintes nxry that can he classed a lint rale. It is estimated tint it will r9l over sis inHIioa ilo'ilara to pay tlie state's wsy !'! tii;.' next two years, aaaaa Gov. f .'rittenden i said to be figur ing for the .-crrond place on the nation al Democratic, ticket for 188i. The fowa ujireuie Court will wres tle niriiii wit!: the prohibition anieiid- mfidt on a motion for a re-hearing. I)caI nr-n's shoes are eagerly sought after: There are many aspirants for the vacant Int master Generalship. There is More patriotism in this country than one may suppose. Our l.i-"! lctrii-l.it 'ire served twentv davs oa a dollar per ilay. The nriuipal elections a:l heinje ever the jn-rnanial p...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 April 1883

Official Directory Mon. Francis M, Coekrell. Warrensburc, nineon couuty. Washington address: Wa ourteenth street, ?i . . in i.e,,rre . Vest. Sedalia. Pettis countr ..blugton address: ntw Fourteenth street. EPEESENTATIVE IN CONGEES8 FIRST DISTRICT Ham. Martia L. Clardv, Farminrton. St ranoois county. Washington address: llZ fcirteenth street, 3. W , 8TA1K SENATOR. Hon. K Burrett Oliver Jackson, tip unty. COUNTY OFFICERS. epresenuuiTe nmeculin Attorner -. :erk of Circuit Court. . ierk of County Court. . nerift oiiector reasurer esessor arreyor ,-b"oi Commissioner .. uiilic Adtuinstrator. . . Valle Harold ..Jules B, Vuignon ....c. c. Kenagon Louie Naumaun .Francis J. Ziepler . Oliver D. Harm Frank Muck ...Paul L. Lenipke .Cyrus C. Keriatron C. C. Kozier CITT OFFICERS. layor irst Ward. . . - eoond Ward uird Ward . .. let diaries C. Sozler ai.naanaii. Valentine Battler Jaha B. Jokers! ....Chae. W. Hanim J. W . Braham . . . Francis Imuont Laoa Jokcrst Julra B. UuiKnoo wliverD. Harris tter...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 April 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. STE. GENEVIEVE. - MISSOURI. Women en the Farms. It U probable that the noblest and most s'!f-s:i-ri!icin beings on earth, and who will shine Uie brightest in Heaven, urc to be found among the hard working women on the farms and in the poorer families in cities. When true merit comes to be measured not only by the means ami opportunities each had of doing it, then true gold will shine with iimlimmed luster. But the unrewarded tuil.the unaeknowledgel sacrifices made by the wives and daughters of our farm ers, is the subject of this article. The hardest and most slavish position on the farra is that of the wife. And vet she does it in most cases, patiently and un eomplaningly. And frequently she is deprived of that which is easiest paid, and which she prizes the highest the constant approving smiles of her hus band. A good woman and loving wife m-eds not only the approval, but her husband should sustain bv his authority ami command the administr...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 April 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. ITBUSHED EVEEY SATuiDAT MOUSING OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. PI AT " VALLEK HAROLD. Publisher. Subscription Price. $1.50 per Year. IKTAKUisLT IS ADVANCE. V" KATES OF AltTntTtnTS: OrwiSqiianr. s line, 'thi n-jM-j, l insertion fl 00 r.acji ln-.-r;--n ) Business raids. 1 im-h, i viar ... Ciu One-quarter c!u:ui. i c:u...l.'." -u me 1:bK '-ohimn. I yr....... One catamn, i year........ ...... . . j'aa IMsnlave.1 advertkemHnt hwrwt be tne . Hnr.wsw. must I IW tortn advance. Yrativ ndvcniiuiiu pa-ubie quarterly in aJaei. W BATS A Large Power Job Press t-ltabSa for Ail c'.i.fi e-f work In ths penera; ."nti Lin. a4 can coir rtf tavisralilv . i: h I -i-:.r anr-xtir City Friari-"- Fstablisii la laa Wast. VOLUME XI. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., .SATURDAY. APRIL 1 1. 1S,. NTMliEH 4. BATE Is 2 IS0TT0M DUAWEIL In the n.- chamber of the house. Shut up m dm. uncertain licbt. Tn-re stood an imfwue chest .if drawer. t fun-in wnol. mid i-rxs-e- tirirnt. One morn a wm...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 April 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. VALLEK HA1WL h, IkKu,.; 3.VTCBDAV, A 11:11. H I H. i Sui:!l-iox lias ifiiulo I f s ; ' iu St. Louis. President Arthur is -nil! to hold :i prclJr stiff hand at a ganiif ot' draw. An knee? y subiwf. Thn iiijurv Queen Victoria rwived iron:' Muni' lhig down a Kt:.'.r. After this ,mc wiii lavs no more of the HeraM. Aii-l wu will say to it that it had Letter have more of us for the tulure. Indiana is setting hcrncif as ; rival of Ohio for Whi tha home of the statesmen, vulgarly i.alicil t'l-. oHJ'.-e-holdera and fsoeker. Ex-Gov. Charlie I.Ioliisst.!i in.- gouo heart and si.-.s! over to tl.c nrnhibition ists and yet they ?o not s;ir th:it Char lie has gubernatorial go, alas, for prior ( imriie. If What does New Ten.se.--ee tare it wheat ro-necis arc jior, she will hare anoth'-r n;)ior'i:i,i!y to join in the big Mumwlnkn iiro'ViViiu just twelve month- from ilat-. We hear ni'.i" h la!l: al.otit vl.at fig ure a man's union or C )i):"e;'.!MT,te re cord Will cut m tin; nft f :tt ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 April 1883

Official Directory "I.n. Francis M. Corkrell. Warrenat-ur-r. .:.:ison county. Wa-duuxton address: Ills -.neciith street, X. W. c. i tivnrge t. Vest, Sc.. ilia, Pettis county. - u-hiuglon address: tilu Fourteenth street, KPEESESTATIVE IX COXGKESS FinST DISTRICT Ifoti. Martin L. lardv, Farmin-rton, St caiKx-ia county. Washington addi-is: S23 tiirU-ciiUi street, ". V, - -STATE SENATOR, Ion. it -EurraU Otaer Jackson, aje maty. COUNTY OFFICERS. .e-.rcsent-uive. . . roseculinff Attornev. . it-rk of Circuit Court. . .erfc of County Court. . i.-iill olieclor reastirer .tft!Hir , arvevor cti.M.ilioraxuiseioner .. ublic Aduiiuatrator. . . ' a a a s w i a r . w -k -r a -w--r- i t t. ... - I.-., .t-t.. ... . . i ..i ........ ... , . . . i. i .t . LI I I IVII I '1,4 I i ' mi iuus iiMiwu -i --i-i.v jiivi , iu -..j i.t :a cu-JliauiI51JCtl pilVslOl'JJ.1- Irani". a.M W ODJl T1UI Vlta.ilv passed throusrh town last week, in the ; cal fact. TLe mind, as 1 claimed bv . liam K til td-tono. t?n f-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. — 14 April 1883

Brother Gardner's I&a of Charity. Ias' fall," said ISrot hor Gardner, m be gazed down upon Eider Toot in a paralyzing vray, " I made some remarks upon the subjiek of charity. It seems dat my posishun was misunderstood, ai dis evenin' 1 hope to make it plain. De Good Hook speaks of charity a thousand times an' a big sheer of de people believe dat de word as used in de Bible moans dat we mus' open our purses to de poo1! In de fust place, I airnestly believe dat de charity of de ltiolo means lookin lightly upon de faults of our feller-men. It means dat we must oberlook, excuse an forgive. Charity covercth a multitude of sins! Does dat mean a loaf of bread passed outer de kitchen doah to a beggar, or does it mean dat he who oberlook s de " faults of others shall have some of his own condoned? I hold to de latter. " But let us admit dat de charity of do Bible moans aidin1 de poo'. If I aim ten shillings a day an1 work in cold an' heat an' rain if my wife economizes an' I am kecrful 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. — 21 April 1883

I OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE j IS THE BEST IX ' SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY JIOBM.NO Br Subscription Price. SI.SO per Year. INVARIABLY Ui ibVUitK.. KATES Of ADVERTISING : Am Square, Udm 'this tvp), I insertion ?I.oo fcaeli guljMHjtiKist in-M-nii.il io KiiHiiieaa cards, 1 Im b, per year no One quarter column, lyvar "lino line halt column, 1 year. xi One column, I year........ , . ' nina Displayed advertisements char'JeiVYiV tl.u J". 1 tra"'ent aiHertis.-iii.-m-i in.ist Im paid for in advance. Yearly ud.vcm.scuieuU payable quarterly in advance. FAIR PLAY W BATS A I Large Power Job Press tull.bl. for aoi rlmii ot work In the general Job Lisa, and can compete favorably w it h Sb I.outa, or any "ihtr City fruiting Establish ment la lb Watt. - VOLUME xr. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1883. NUMUER 1(5. ! " LOVE IS LIFE. AXD LIFE IS LOVE.-1 Minr waters r-nnnot ijuencn love, neither uin Itie Hoodi drown it." "Vniith is a f..lly," erir-d the "aire; A Ht...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 April 1883

1 THE FAIR PLAY. YALL EE IT A It OLD, Editor. SATL'KOAT, AfttlLSIST. l(Mt. All things have au cud, nut evc-uex rojitiuff the .'tar-route trial. Wild cat insurance cotupauies ai e be ginning to bob up all over the state. About the only thing St. Louis papers contain these days is mammoth string advertisements. - . . And tlicy do say that our Congress man, Martin L. Clardy, has giiberua torial aspirations. Irj-jersoll will think there is a small Hade when the jury getthruugh with Li present clients. , Central couth Missouri is plunging 'way ahead of the surrounding conn try. A couple o( new railroads arc the cause. John L. Sullivan, the prize-fighter, declares he would rather be the cham pion pugilist than President of the United States. Even Queen Victoria ia getting to surround herself with a whole corps of detectives whenever she starts out on a little excursion. Senator Vest has been retained ait counsel to test tho validity f tin Kansas prohibitory aiueudiiieut before the United ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 April 1883

"Official Directory TJ. S. BENATOES. lion." Francis II. Cockrell, WarreBslmnr. -itmaea county. WaahingtoB addreas: W3 - jurteeath street. N . W . --"CI OeorgeG. Vt,SdaHa, rettu eonniy. tasaiBgtoa address: 1 rouneeotli street. iEPRESESTATIVE IN COSGBESS FIRST DISTRICT Hoa. Martin I. Clardr, rermlnrton, St - raooola eountjr. WsshinctoB address : SU Vhtrteeath street. S.Vf. STATS SENATOR. Hob. B Burrett OUrer Jackaaa, Caie iaety. COUNTY OFFICER8. :-ureseafBttT rooecul i an" Attorney .. ierk of Circuit Court. . ierk of County Court. . aerifl Hector Treasurer Valise Harold ..Jules B. Uuianon C. C. Keriac-tD Louis Neumann ..Praacis J. Zlea-lcr ..OUrer I. Harris .rraok Murk ....Paul I. Lewipke ..Cjrus C. Kerlaawa ........C. C. Busier urreyor -r.hool CoaunissioDrr uulic Admiastrator. . . CITT OFFICERS. Charles C. Hosier layer irst Ward . ocood Ward. . bird Ward ierk ruaaursr .aoraeT Marshal TBleatiat Bottler ... J job B.Josaru ...Caas. W. Hum J. W. Brataaa ..."reacts IMat Laws Joksrst ...Jo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 April 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. PCBLtIIEI EVKKV SATCRIAT. STE. CKNEVIKVK. MISSOITRL (.'uriiig Consumption. The Xcw York Sun says that a yoan j man who was foiupclleii to resign "his position in one of the public schools of that city, because he was breaking down with consumption, ami who hits ever since been battling for life, although with little apparent prospect of recovery, was encountered, several Uays ago, in a Broadway restaurant. . .7sTf? "1 sen," he said, "that you aeon ear prised at my improved appearance. No doubt you wonder what - could have caused Bu'h a change. Well,, it was a very simple remedy nothing but hot water." !: i..iit "Hot water?? -f-i "That's all. You remember my tell ing you that I had tried all of lliw usual remedies. I consulted some- of the lead ing specialists in afl'eetions of the lungs in this city, and paid them large fees. They went through the nisiial course of experimentation with me under all sorts of jnediciues. I wenttotfia-Adiwiibip in the summer atid tirTwii...

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 April 1883

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IX SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. FUBUSHED EVERT SATURDAY MOItMNO - VALL.RK H AliOI.D. Publiiiher. Subscription Price. SI.SO per Year. INVA1UABLT IS ADVANCE. RATES OF AOVERTISIXO: One Square, mines tthi type), 1 insertion rt.M Karlt aulMiijticiit Insertion m Biiainess cards, I Im-li, r year 6 i0 One-quarter column, 1 year HUM ne-lialf column, 1 year..... :t i On. c tiunia, I year. 70 iu .-- 1Mh)Uvh4 advertisement h unreel lv the ""'"''eniartveWiiirtiicnt must le paid for in advaiirw. Yearly adx urtiseuiuuu payable quarterly in advance. PLAY VI HA TV A Large Power Job Press : futraM for all glaai.a of work In th prnrral I Job Lisa, and can comrtie favorably w i; h St 1 out, or any -h.r Cuy rrtnttng istahli-h' ' ment la the Want. VOLUME XI. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 188.;. NUMBER IT. THE FAIR PLAY. A LOVELY SCEA-e. Wo stood nt the bars as th- sun wenl sown tic-bind the bills un a summer day. H'-r vyvt wore tender, aiwt b ir and In-own, Her breat...

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 April 1883

THE FAIR PJj AY. -r 7--- YA L T. EE HAROLD, Kititor. $ATlkl.V, ArKH.&sTll. lattt. IJeii Untk-r is still stirriug up the atiimtU iu the old Bty state. en lllmuis losyslalure cviuees a dispo- sition t, run alon into the dog-days, It's an obscure, statesman, indeed,1 who is uai mentioned as a Presiden tial candidate. 8t. Liotii Iriwv:r.H have iroue to clial- lengiug taeli other to duels, but they i never illit them. The f unds now in the national treas- urv reach the enormous aggregate of over $36,MjO,000. j w m saaa Each of the Star-route lawyers is ! ((n-iiinhijr thr or four days in Lis j.'.rv. Druukcnuess is said to be incrcas-j tug to alarming extent among the la boring classes of Paris. The Iowa Supreme Court still clings to its opinion that the prohibition amendment was not legally adopted. Oregon cottntv, this state, has the liggest spring in the United State. It discharges 75,0V cubic feet et water per minute. Under the withering effects of vig orous castigations at the han...

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 April 1883

Official Directory V. 8. SEI4ATOES. Iloa. Francis II. Cockrell, Warreaoburg. imhm county, wasiuagtoa Manas: Sis lorn, George ti. Vest, Sedalla, Pettis county. Vashiagloa address: Siu FuurteenLb street. SPBESESTATIYK IN COSGEK8B FIRST DISTRICT Boa. Martla L. ClardT. Farmlngton. fit rnnroia county. Washington address: a?S STATE SENATOR. Hon. K. Burrett Oliver Jackass. Cane .tantr. O0TJHTY OFFICERS. :epreeeatative ruaecuttnc; Attorney. . Jerk of Circuit Conrt. . lerk ef County Court. . stria 'llc tor ValKe Harold ..Jules B. Uuumoa C C. Kerlagna Louie lianmann ..Francis l. Ziegler ..Oliver D. Harris .tsesaor.. Frank Hack urveyo ...Fan) L. Lempke ..Cyrus C. Kerlngon C. C. Boster ablle Admlastrator. CITY OFFICERS. layor Charlos C. Bosler sinaaagu. lrstWsrd .Valentine Bottler Jahu B.-loaerst aeoed Ward, bird Ward." lerk "." ...Chaa. W J. W. Braham . .. Snarls Uupoot Leon Jokerst Jules B bounou ....Oliver D. Harris ttoraey arsnaf. jl lector net Commissioner. . Valine Harold August Bnesia Ja...

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 April 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. PCBLMUEO EVERY SATURDAY. RTK. OKNEVIF.VE. MTSSOnRL I'nrivll Service. "Will you be so' kiml as to tell me where the Civil Sen ice Commission is?" The question was askc.l by a vol : eg man of apparently twenty-live years, who met three middle ajroll gcndemi on Fifteenth Street. They scenied to him to be quite at home in this great city, and he felt reassured when they exchanged glances and one remarked: "You have found us just coming from lunch, young man. We are what is known as the preliminary or Teasing Commission. What wore rod lobkiatr for?" i'w "I want to be examined for a clerk ship in the Treasury iepartment." The man with a gray moustache looked at his watch and remarked tut lie thought they would have time if they went to work, at on av aid turning to his companions he asked one to go over and get the book containing the Treas ury questions, and suggested to the other that he see that the examination room was ready. Then lie stood on the corner ami talked with...

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