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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 May 1883

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS TBK BEST M SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. THE FAIR PLAY. ;. PUBLISH KD. VBT SATUUDA Y SIOUN1XCJ i l - i , i . : i BV : I'ubliisrter Subscription Price, $1.50 per Year. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. PLAY Wl BAT A Large Power Job Press -uttabl. lor all clmw t work in the grnera Job line. nj can ninp taverabiy iih St, ; l.out.ranT"br City fruiting EtabUh- ir.rnttnth. ud RATES OF A9VKU .1 tMSQt One Sonare. H lu .ItuUtJVv, 1 ittoiio .$. Kach stibscjtieiit fiisei-li'iii JM Business cards, 1 im-h, jht year... ....... t'..w One-quarter column. 1 veio-"... One-hull column, I year....... ....... :c.eo Oneoiunji, I vr -- r- , Jimm DIIil'al narortBi9l cni'.il y the ineh. Airin.e ii.K-ir i,uiueu'-wust i, pafcl for i i. Vr!frif!.A4vci'iHni':RU payable tjiiarierly in advances STE. GENEVIEVE, 310., SAT UK DAY. MAY :. lSS.i. Nr.MP.EU 4S. VOLUME XI. , ; i FAIR liAl.STKdU X WIIK. "The nn liriirht. th- -sky If ck-ar. The wiiu; I.I'. vs.- soli uttii I if c; I'Oi th.it tie- l.ioici- j unm-ib low...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 May 1883

THE FAIR PJj AY. i VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATCRDAT. .( 5ra. 1MI. Mississippi eounty'a greatest indus try is baiting bull frogs. By agreement between theinselra all the saloon of Cane Girardeau now close on Sundars. The prying Sedolia Democrat has discovered a miniature Tewsbury almshouse iu the poor farm of its coun ty. The French Republic is struggling to prolong Us existence by distracting its citizens with the glitter of conquests ' Bashaw is unfortunate in being recog In Africa. j nized as Gov. Oil's candidate. The Marble Hill Herald nominates j We are about to strike the begin- our Judge Carter for Governor. If the Judge will run we ak leave to second the nomination. Cabool,. railroad terminus some- wiicreuown '"".' the state, mates me unaispuieu ciami of being t he hardest place in the coun- try. Filley i now styled the Jonah of St. Louis politics aad it looks very much as if not liing but tossing him overboard will save Mavor E wing's ill-starred crew. The dynamite conspirato...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 May 1883

Official Directorv U. S. 6ENATOES. Hon. Francis SI. Cookrell, Wan-rnsburjr. tlinson county. Washington address: ills ..rtrenth slwl. X. W. loo. George G. Vest, Kejalia, I'ettis coiintv .'ashington address: 610 Fourteenth street, ;EPBESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT lion. Martin L. (.larrtr, Farming-Ion. St raucols ouuly. Washington address: U3 tiineenu street, ai . n , VALLEE HAllOLl), Publisher. Hon. maty. STATE SENATOR. K. Barrett Ollrer Jackson, Cape COUNTY OFFICERS. eniesentaUre rosecutiiiK Attorney Vallee Harold erk of Circuit Court Jules It. Uuignon ierk ef County Court C. C. Kerlajroa nt-ritl Louis Neumann . lector Francis J . Ziorler muurer Oliver I. Harris ..sensor Frank aluck :inreyor Paul L. Ieniike oliool lonuiusaioner lyruai;. Kerlaroo ulilic Adminstrator C. C. Hosier CITY OFFICERS tayor Charles C. Boiler irst Ward... econd Ward iiird Ward..' Ierk n-ssurer. ttoroey... ALDKaMCH Valentin Kattler Jshn B-Jokerst Cbas. W. Hainan J. W. Bra bun Francis taiuont . lcon Joke...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 May 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLJSHKO EVKKV SATURDAY. 6TE. GENEVIEVE. - MISSOUEL Man as a Housekeeper. - Man is a creature that lias always slicked our unqualified admiration; be is in many capacities useful, and by a judicious arrangement of blue cloth and brass buttons, can often be rendered to certain deirree ornamental. In the sphere of action, for which his many estimable characteristics have qualified him, we accept him without a murmur; but when it comes to having liiiu foisted cpon us as a housekeeper, we indig nantly reject him. We have wintered and summered him in that capacity, and he is an ignominious failure. For the ornamental part of housekeeper, lie is peculiarly until ted; his soul is closed and his vision dim to the truly beauti ful. He scorns brick-a-brac, and is not susceptible to the ennobling and refin ing influence of that home angel, the tidy. If there were fifteen tidies on one chair he would manage to crumple ten under him, and get up with the rest on his back. He is a ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 May 1883

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE 13 THE BEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. rCBUSHED EVERT 8ATUKOAY MOKXIXO r' -r- VALLEE HAROLD. PahiUher.' Subscription Price, $1.30 per Year. ISVAItllULr IS AllVAXCE. KATES Or ALX"KUTISINO: -in( s.,arc. H tlit, type). 1 Insertion Jl.no Karh siilistsiiicut liiK-rtimi yi IdiKiuf-sD cards, i iu. il, IH:r war.. One quarter column. J year, '"" ,,' One halt column. I veaf Z?yZ n column, 1 year.. -JJ Displayed advertlsemcnti chrLVV,v'ti.e inch All transient ad Wilis,!.!.-!!!,. ..mathe l:ud for in advance. ,.aI v dvmiemci.lA payable quarterly in ad.-iu.ee, "" -ni"'"-"" PLAY I HAYB a Large Power Job Press suitable (or all ctaoes of work tn the gr-ierai Job l.m. and can compete favorably with t 1 etas, or any-,hr City l"ri:iiing KstaKish ...rat ia the w tat. VOLUME XT. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. SATURDAY. MAY 12, 188:5. NUMBER U. TKHMS o THE FAIR PLAY. -jL-""""rar-? FATE v9 1 ' ' s. SI i 1 A worM of Moduli- pir.k an.! sn-fi-t. bi:ii'lcl a..lc-ti-"tlic l-uol' n l-ar, A rn.y farct n...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 May 1883

THE FAIR PLAY VALT.EE HAROLD, Editor. SATCRrUT, MAT ISM. In:. H high lime for Hie various pre dictions on the wheat yield to hr-gin to cosne in. ' Hell on Earth is the inelegant but vivid name the Seilalia Democrat gives to the poor house of Pettis county. It is a remarkable fact, but never theless a true one, that 'most all the "Ambling In grain is done by country people. Colliding is bfinning to Oiow a lively disposition to kick over I ho trace9. He predicts Democratic suc cess in IMi. As was to be expected crveiy other county in Soul hen -.1 Missouri fchegin iug to put forth its favorite candidate for a state office. AVc want to put our President against the champioii pie-eater. Any man who can s-l three lull dinners in one day, as - i,r Chief Exwiiiivf: did, must have a :;;'.l mouth for pic. The last tri-;turer'i statement show cd nearlv two million dollar in the state treasury and when we read it we went out anil sat down n a log and wept "Poor Old Missouri."' It is a curious f...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 May 1883

Official Directorv 6ENATOES. Hob Francis SI. Cockrell. Warreusuarg, ihnsoB com""- .Washington B-litm: ai., r3ftirevi '''!att Sdnlia, rettis mhuiv. 'lSlng address; 610 Fourteenth atrett. EPEESESTAT1VE IS CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT Alaa Martin L. tlardv, Farmlngton, St gaoal( county. Washington uddroas: U3 njrteeath street. X. W . STATE SENATOR. Hon. E Burrett Oliver Jackson, Cape oaoty. COUNTY OFFICERS. .-.reeentatire nweculing Attorney. . lerk of Circuit Court . . Icrfc ef OWmty Court. bi-rifl 1 lector ntfunr .SSBSSor urreyor .- -. .-hol Commissioner .. ublic Admiustrator. . . Valiee Harold Jules B. tiuignon C C. keriagon Louis Naumann Francis J. Ziegler Oliver 1. Harris Frank nlu.k Paul L. Lrinpke Cyrus C Keriagon C. C. Holier CUT OFFICERS. . Charles C Holler irst Ward Vsleotir.e Kettlrr J:.hu B. Jokers! ...Chas W. llaiiuu J. W. Brauam . .. Francis !Uiout J ton Jokers! ...Juler II buiguou wlivrr 1. Harris Valine Harold Auinist Khaui , Jacob inaly .KJllaa Ureisbauer eoond Ward bird War...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 May 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLISHED KVKICV SATCKDAV. ste. ;kxevif.ve. Hf Was a Sinscr. Tin- -l-ks li.-itl just struck niilnirlit when the ri'.-iili-tit of two or tlirett h-ii-io- on Antoinc Street licard a wild voice Miiin: "W i!l I in' tuisifl when I urn jrnne? Will tears Ik- sln-l fur iticir When I htiee will irra-n fustf-n.se lie leii mi laiifl aiMl setf"-" One citizen raisi'il liis wimlow ami aIvi-ei tlie siiiifcr to take ill LL voice lM-f.ire a cltio hit it. Another snapped a revolver at hiui. A third wiiil he wmild comedown and make him sinjr different time, and those w ho didn't j-t nit of lied ucrc tmi mad to ro to sleep for the next hour. And the singer leaned ajraint a hydrant and con tinued: "My hiv sin. lives in Suvatitiiih. An.l -! witM" her ne m a lian.lana, Aii'l sheeulls rnc tM-r.le, It.i'aiise. ii.n'i you ktimv. I fall her my iltieky uei.r ifitniiMli.' This was too much. Three different citi.eus issued from their ili-ors to pul verize the midnight intruder, hut just then a pol...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 May 1883

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IS SOUTHEAST "MISSOURL i PLAY ftmrntlKflV Vmvml O.M. anai baiiuuai ja iu.s T Afil.KK HAROLD. Publisher. Subscription Price, f 1.50 per Year. IXTAKUBLV IM ADVANCE. RATES OF AIVERTUnrOi One Square, Hn ;ni typn), 1 Insertion Tl W Kmch milit-jiieiit Inn-rtion..... jio Btislneaa rard. I Inch, rr year ipo One-quarter column, lyear j,i iq One-lialt -oliiniD. 1 year 14 Ofif n. I far..... 71,110 Diflilaved advertisements rharm-d bv the Inch. All tranteat aitirertieenwim.. must he paid lor in ailx unce. Yeai y adrerli-eweuu payable quarterly in adviuicu. FAIR WK I1T1 A Large Power Job Press ' -uitabla tor all ctaaan of work ta the general . Job Line. and fu-omtvie tavorMy net! sj, i lcui.oranTsh- CUT muling KstaMtsh ; lurnt ta taa U aaa.; VOLUME XI. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., SATURDAY, MAY ID, 1SS3. NUMPiER :0. TOFUautftS O. THE FAIR PLAY. Sjw Shi DATS THAT J HE XO MORE. When many 5-cars have rolled away. When me no more an: y.iiiiiv. When other voii"es may rejie...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 May 1883

THE FAIR PTjAY. ' VALLEE IlAItOLD, Editor. -SATCR04T. MAY l:Tlt. Met. Presi Jen, (jraut's mother died last wet-'k at the advanced age of cisrhty- Uve' mm Most of the Star-route juror atv ; aappiiig during t'ue acldrpw of Hie ) COUDrC'l. j Cyclones are sweciagalt over the country, leaving dent hand destruction in tlieir trail. It i scarcely necessary jor us to re mind the reader that the ?tar-roiite trial is still running on. J udging from our exclicnges, we fcliouldsay Southeast Missouri is boom iug right straight ahead. Ex-Senalor Coukling lentthc digni ty of his presence to a sparring exhibi tion in New York the other night. a- There arc more statesmen on the fsuce just at present than ever known before In the history of this country. People arc fast forgettiujr Frank James and it is time be were placed on trial for high crime and misde meanors. The St. Louis Republican is advis ing the saloon men to submit with becoming docility to the new high li cense law. There will be another...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 May 1883

Official Directory U. S. KEXATOES. Hn. Franci M. Corkrell. WarrvnalMirir, iiiiu comity. VVa-'uutcton a;aresi: it ..;irtt-nth Htrt, X. W. I.iu 4trt4. V-t, iMlia, I'ctTts ohiuIv. i aliiiirtuii address: Ciw frourteenta btrert, KPUESKXTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT IIm. Martin L. lurlv, Fanninpion, St i.iittnth street, N. V STATE SENATOR. it . Rum 1 1 Oliver J a-Ltm , ( ui e COUNTY OFFICERS. :-h resen Utlre rotteciitfn AttorueT ;rk of Circuit Court . . . frrk of County Court. . . 'MTlfl .lltr rt-iirtr mMsur ttrvevyr -.im. i,miiiiminr alilic Adm.ustr.ttor !I..n. unity. Vallee UhmM ....Jules It, iaiiiriMn i . C Krrlajfon Iouin Naummiin ...Francis J. Zifjrlnr ....Oliver 1. Harris ..Frank Muck I 'an I L. Icm.ke ...Cyrus.. Keriajnm C. C. Uozier THE FAIR PLAY VAl.LKE HAIlOLlt, Pahthhtf. :ayur irst Ward.... ecoud Ward, ijial Ward..'.' CITY OFFICERS. Charles C Kuzlcr unnuci . TptenliL Battler J4i B. Jukerst Cuas. W . Ilau J. W. llrahara Francis liiKut I .eon Jukerst Jules 11. Uiiikdod Wlirer...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 May 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLISHED EVKBY SATURDAY. Indian Stoicism. At an "experience meeting" Monday evening an -Iiiiliau trader related the following incident: "The novelists' tales of Indian stoicism fall short of the mark. When in southwestern Colorado I was present when the agency surgeon cut oft the leg of an old Indian brave, who had bwn terribly hurt by the fall of a horse. The surgeon administered chloroform and performed the oieration. The as sembled braves were thunderstruck at the manner in which the wounded man indured supposed agony, and the old man was equally astonished on recov ering consciousness to find that his leg had been out off. He couldn't under stand it, and after gazing at the stump for a long time with a look of bewilder ment he laid down agnin. He was or dered to keep perfectly quiet, and for twenty-four hours he never moved a muscle, enduring the pain and fever of the wound without a murmur or sign of impatience. The surgeon shifted his imsition, and another day ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 May 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST I SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOKXIIiO BY VALL.EK HAROLD. Fuhliher. Subscription Price. 81.30 per Year. INVAKIAHLY I.N ADVANCE. RATES OF ADVERTISING OneSqi.nre,line ;tnis type), l iuiertion J1.00 Kaoh subsequent Insertion rA Business cards, 1 bu b, per year.. . run. One-quarter column. 1 year " " hki One-hall column. 1 year '0 One column, I year .".".."" 70 (10 Displayed advertisement ehar" Yiv'iiie .1: A' """' advertiscmcnta miist he paid for in advance. Yearly advertisement:, pay able quarterly iu advauce. FAIR m PLAY W HAVTi A Large Power Job Press futtab!. for all elaawa el work la the j:en-r a! , .'ob Lino, and can .mprttlavorsl.lv uh St. l.n:t.or anr-lht- City rriatniji fWih i mrntlnlhsW.it. VOLUME XL STE. (.EXE VI EVE. MO., SATUIUUY, MAY 2i;, 18S.5. XTMliEU TIIE TWO SOWEIiS. Death caine to the earth, by his side was rprinir. They raine from ionl's own bowers. And the earlh was full of their wandc-riiif, or 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. — 26 May 1883

THE FAIR PJj AY, VALLEE HAUOLD, Editor. fATLKDAY, MAY JTH. 1. J. l'roctor Knott, the Democratic : m:'les and institutions is 'a disturber nominee for Governor of Kentucky, J of our P"'tieal equanimity and a povv was oin-e Attorncy-ticneral of this , crlaI of fraud and corrupt iou." state. The very brightest and best anions? our exchanges is the New Madrid Jie-to.-iL For a truth, the Iteord is little but loud. The revenue receipt ot the nation al government are showing a heavy decline. Last month the debt was not decreased more than six million dol lars. Got. Crittenden has evidently quite forgotten one of the first lessons in Democracy, and all other political erecds, for that matter To the victor belongs the spoils. In Kentucky they miit surely be lieve the war is over since the Dc.no rraticconvcuticn nominates an ex-federal captain for Lieutenant-Governor over his ex-rebel opponent. We have a Keutuckian for Gover or and Kentucky will soon have a Missourian for Governor. We hope 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. — 26 May 1883

Official Directorv U. 8. KEKATOSS. (I'm. Frauds M. Cockrell, Warrenabunr, .linaon eueutv. WasfawgKw address: ls urteeaw stret-t, Ji . W . on George ti. Vest, Sejalia, I'ettis county. .Mtilagtoa address: U0 KiHirtet-uUi street, . KFRESEKTATI VE IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT Hoa. atartla L. Clardv, Farminirtna. St raacols county. WasbiBgtoa address: Set uirteeath treat, X. W , STA1E SENATOR. Hon. K. Burrett Oliver Jackson, Cape maty. COUNTY OFFICERS. :tireecntatlre rueeutlna Attoraer . era vf Circuit Oourt . :erk af Cuuulr Court -i-rifl .Hector .Vallee Harold t..... Jules 11, tiuignoa -. C. Kerlagoa l.oule Saumaaa Francis J. HvfWT Olirer l. Harris Frank Hark Paul L. Usmpae Cyrus C Kerlairua C. C. Bozier isseesur .irrrTur :bool Ortamiaaiaaer . uuUe Admin el ra tor. . CITY OFFICERS. Charles C. Boiler ;ayor irst Warl... 44 -wood Ward, uird War.." Valentifc Rattler John B. Jokerst , Chas. W. Ilaiuni J W. Ilrafaam . ... Fraacia IHiout I eoa Jokerst .Jnlt-s B. tiuijrnnn lirerD. Harris Vallee H...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 May 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLISHED rVKRY SATURDAY. 8TE. OKNKVIEVE. MT5OI'T!l An Eccentric Man. The death of Baron Wertheim, the greatest Austrian manufacturer of iron safes, has deprived Vienna of a very popular figure. Some people laughed at him, to his yery face, and all who were not so successful as he has been envied him. Of uncertain origin, he began his career as an apprentice, and managed to attain wealth, fame, and even a title, without genius or even much talent. When young he became ac quainted with one Wise, who, having long served in American iron-safe es tablishments, was well versed in this branch of industry. He confided to Wertheim the secret of the American Safe lock, and the latter peruaded some friends to invest a small capital in a manufactory of iron safes. He died worth about G.OtXUMM) florins, Wert heim had a very effectual manner of advertising his safes. In almost every town of Europe. Constantinople not excepted, he subjected them publicly to the action of tire. They...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 June 1883

TOE FAIR PLAY. OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE PCItUSHEI VERv 8ATll:iAY MOItNI.VO VALLEK HAROLD. FuhliKhor. ! Subscription Price. 51.50 per Year. IMilllAIU.V IN All VANCE. KATK8 OF AIiVEKCTftlVG: Kuril Mills,-,,,,..,,, 111-, nil. n o, -jitsiite. ,rus. I -r year!."."..'"" ,IH! "miller, -oh,,,,,,. n'eal: J . 11U' one hall coin.,,,,, 1 rear.... - - - " I:-pl:,v,.l.tvrr,,TOint. ,,,..,, )V , j pjal for hi a.ha.ic. Yearly- aJ .c.U-ein. i.ti I fayaule quarterly in a.lrnmc. ft-- IS THE BEST IX SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. W hat a , Large Power Job Press tnlrabla tor ail tl . work la tiie Re ee:J Job I-lii.,antl ruifonfflc tavornt.tr tth su l.oula.oranTti"f-UT Priming K.a''.ih ment in th. Wm. VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY. JUNK 1, lss;. NUMliKK I. PI, AY. . .V MKMuliLUh K.i:.-o It. v.- sj.h ri l.c ; 'iiir my mournful And i.ii. ,.-.., niii i, i ,ii,n,i,,,. ,rri.vniij IVHll, n For In- i-I. ,y ti!ia:l ami my Fri: n.i: Am I nil. I hmi l...ve. Hi- siin-hinc i.l niv voitth, t- I''.''."1'1 ",y s;" f"' 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. — 9 June 1883

THE I? AIR PIaAY. VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATURDAY, JUSE 9TII. 1SSI. The eternal Star-route trials. Wheal is working up to fancy prices. There is reported biff water in the rivers of the North. The courts are knocking the bottom out of option dealing all 'round Seplogcnarion John S. Phelps is an xious for more gubernatorial honors. Wheat will be better than gold this year, if all predictions don't fail in wet weaiher. The Prohibition party of the state is thus early split in twain Brooks and auti-Erooks. A glass factory niade Crystal City and oue would make old Ste. Gene vieve et up and fairly hum. This is the season when the yaledic- toriaa student racks bis brain for a new and fresh idea that comes not. The people of the' United States spend annually $690,000,000. about $61 per head, for intoxicating liquors. There was no eammer in 1816. or at least no continued warm weather dur ing the summer months of that year. Subscriptions are being solicited from the bankers of the state to 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. — 9 June 1883

r Official Directory u. S. HEMATOKS. Hon. Francis M. Cockn-ll, Warri-nsburt;, thrown eoiiniy. wa-lungtou aiklreoa: Mis .mneemn Hnn, t . ;oa. iiirge;. Vest, alalia, I'eitin nmulr . asmngron auuret: uu ruurlei-ntu Mreet, ErBESEN TATI VE IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT lion. Martin L. t hwto, Famiitnttoa. st raneiiln county, Washington! address: Hi liirteentn street, . w . STA1E SENATOR. linn. K Burrell Oliver Jark-on, laje COUNTY OPPICERS. euresentatlre ruxaeuliuK Attorney Vallee Harold erk of Cirruit Court Jule it, tiuipnon tr uhuii; umn i.e. Hrrl&jp) wriS Imie Nanraanu Ikirtor Fraaei J. Zieaier . .Oliver It. Harris Frank Mm-k . .. I'aul L. LUkc sscftaur irveTor Imol Committianer ublic Adminstratur. . ..LFrat. arruna C. C. Kozier CITY OFFICERS ajor Charle C. Boiler rut Ward ond Ward ALDSJUIEN . ...Valentine Rattler Jane B.Jokemt . Chan. W. Hernia J. W. Brahem tird Ward erk ""'..'."." reaaurar itorney arena! -- Elector met nmnii.iuecr. . . . r'mBcle liuuout I con Jokerat ...Jnli-e B. 4...

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 June 1883

f, ' 5 - u s fern 1 'JLJ niE FAIR PLAY. PCBLISIIKD EVERT 8ATCRDAT. STE. GENEVIEVE. - MISSOURI, Fads About the font Crop. The i'ommissioniT of Agriculture notes that the nieniv! price for I he crop of the entire iniintrv from 171 tt lxsl, inclusive, Jins liei-n fortv-tlirii; -c.its. In the last live yi-ars of this period it f:iilel to reach forty cents, except ill lsxl. when it was sixty-three cents. It is ahovc the average now. from the gradually iiictv:isin; use of corn in meat -making, lint mainly from its eoni jiarative scarcity, the last crop avcr ainj only twenty-four liu-li'ls per. acre, or four luislids less than tliMi n stis crop of 17!. That i-rop furhi-licd a supply of thirty-live ImsheN percapita; the crop of last year only thirty liuslicls T head, counting present population at ."il.WUMill. . r. The intcllijje.it oliscrvvr, at all con versant with the facts of farm econ omy, cannot fail to see that the surplus, held over to augment the following year's supply, inii-t alw...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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