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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 June 1883

Vx A' I 4- - Tfa.- r "..I- THE FAIR PLAY. OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IK SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY MoUNl.NO PLAY VALL.EK HAROLD. Publisher. Subscription Price. SI.SO per Year. IXVAB1ABLT l!f AlfVAKC'K. KATES OF ADVERTISING . - One quare, lines 'this tvpi), 1 insertion fl.00 Karli sulM'iieat tnscrtitiii ) Itiisinem cards, I inch, ir year fi no One-quarter column. 1 year 211 no one-lmlf culamn, I year................... :c' One column, 1 vear Vo'tnj Displayed advertisement- i hanri'-dljy tho Inch. All transient advertlsi-im-ics must l,o paid (or in advaiKre. Veai Iv advertisement payulua quarterly in advance. I Large Power Job Press ! uttabl. lor aU claaars of work In the crnrrai I Job Lin., anil can comrwt favorably w H h St j I.oui.oranyhcr City Printing Establish men! in th. H ml VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY. JUNE Hi, 188;.. NUMliEU 2. I TZSUI8 O. f FAIR f.i lwz 5 I (1 if .47 MM FESTIVAL. They talked or their luliies, t'n-ir clothes aii'l the...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 June 1883

r 1 r THE FAIR PLAY. VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATURDAY, JUKE HiTH. WM. And it may well be said, "Poor Old Iowa," France and China are preparing to go to war. The hig June races were run in St Louis this week, Cheater wants a new big hotel, and wants it badly. New Madrid county proposes to be the first in the market with wheat, oss I he Oraagcrg now beginneth to query to themselves : ' what will the harvest be. The star-route cases are ended and ended a9 all expected. The defedants are acquitted. Missouri hordes are capturing the blue ribbon even in the big racin events of Kentucky. The Herald's advice is good, some times, only for one thing. It is al wavs enlirley too subsequent. asa The circulation of the New York World has appreciated thirty-five per cent in circulation since Joe Pulitzer took charge of it On the heels of every Til Jen boom comes the report of his teeble and le crcpit condition, but these straws can not stay the mighty torrent. We never tire of chanting the praise o...

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 June 1883

Official Directory U. 8. BENATOBS. Hon. Francis K. CocireU. Warrensbunr, muaa eoanlj. Washington idanm: Ms Minima Hum, . w. m. VMiXvU Vest, Seaalia. Petti, eoaaty .""W" auaress: fourteenth street. EPRKSENTATIVK IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT e"m:?lTam. Sard. FarmlDrton. St '".."CT?-.. .tw address: US STATE SENATOR. hob. . Burreu Oliver Jackson, Cape COTJ5TY OFFICERS. epreaentaUve . nweeuiliut AUoniCT erk of Circuit Conn .erk of County Court mil I lector Vallee Harold ..Jules II, Uuignoa . v. nerimcoa ....Loui Neumann ..Francis J. Zietclrr ...uuver u. Harris eseasur..... urveyor :hool Commissioner , ulilic Adiniostrator. . Frank Uurk ....Paul L. Leni,kc ..CjrusC. Kerlaicon C. C. ttoiier CITY OFFICERS. ayor Charles C. Rosier UDISIU ;rst Wsrd. Valentine Rattler Janu B.Jukcrst ecoad wara .ens, w. Ilanun J. W. Braiuuu bird Ward Francis ltauont " Leon Jokers! Ink Jules st. Umgaoa rrasurer utliverD. Harris norney - ..Vallee Harold larshal Atnsl Kbeam vlleeior JmnuXt Vealy iveetConuniesioacr Kl...

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 June 1883

V;."- THE FAIR PLAY. rmitBED EVERY 8ATUBDAT. gut. GENEVIEVE. MISSOURI. IndigeKtioa and Disease. The important relation of indigestion to many diseases which people sutler is not sufficiently realized. ' Difficulty in breathings, occuwing spontaneously, or on slight exertion, may be caused by indigestion. . .' - Indiprention causes alterations in the general nutrition of the body, which are manifested in various ways, among which are the following: Amentia, or a depraved state of the blood, involving a deficiency of the red globules of the Mood, and causing persons thus affected to be unnaturally pale, especially about the lips; decay of the teeth, grayness'of the hair; excessive liability to inflam mation, from slight causes, of the mu cous membranes, especially the eyes and throat; to which may be added, in cases of those predisposed .to such af fections, liability to gout ' and rheuma tism and affections of the lungs or kid neys. Consumption has frequently been regarded as due in ...

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 June 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE 19 THE BEST IX SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. CBLISIIED EVEBT 8ATVKDAY MOKXIXO -r- . . VALLEK HAROLD. Publisher. Subscription Price. tl.SO per Year. UVAIUULT IX AIWANCE. : BATIK OF ADTEttTIUXOt Oiwimre,81inet 'this tvpe), 1 Uusertion flM Knell nubMiiciit Insertion so lliiHinMg card, I Inch, per year. fi liO One iuurr .luinn. lyear... Sii.m Ni-lialt column, 1 er al.n One column, I vear.. ...... ...i... Tom Dteplaved advert isentents. -tirel ,v th Inch. All trt.nfentaertlsciii'-tirs must l,e paiil for in ailvance. Yearly sidverti.-ciuciiU payable quarterly in advance. FAIR PLAY I BATS a Large Power Job Press oitab! (or all -!. ot work In tiie peticrsj ; t Line, and can "i!ntvl t.-,rt4bty nit SU j l oins, or mrhc- City rribuns is-.alr.isa- men. ta tha W tut. "TEIXIVIS OAJ3II. 1 Y VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, li:,. NUMBER I '?' HID ME GOop-ltYE. !tiJ mp GimhI ..! No swifter ftatututia rriiMl.hip -l:.mi; or j ft can iiy liiiiv-iinjrt. an...

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 June 1883

THE FAIR PJjAY.'fflces werenot remunerative honest tin of cities nnd town into .-hool . ana tuiMtblo nun would not often set-k distric ts tliat while that law 1ps not' ,them. We are free to confess, that fiieciallr cr.act how an I wli-n lovw :j though while in offiV,. we will di- shall be made for it dNtriWs vet it . charjrf its obligation faitlifullv uit- docs itrovMo that wImmvii i otli.?r l.r i. The ov n::nent doesn't seem to be j der all circumstance, whether it vision U made they !. ill be jrivcrn-,1 very greatly discouraged at the result, W -r not, yet we have always by the jreueral law in n-Ution t VA LL EE HAROLD, Editor. s tl7i:dat,:u.kkd.:ii. of the tar-riiite trials, for it is busily sought office for the sole and exclu- schools. The brinii:? in new Indictments against the mail c;i-i;iralors. AAA There wa s a first class lynching bee in Michiz .n, a state with slightly Re publican t -n i,!n. :ies, with the addition al eclat f h:tnjrin? the wrong man. roor old Mi.-higMi! W...

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 June 1883

Official Direetovv U. S. KENATdKS. 'Ion. Fram-ii M. Cm-krell. WarmisUirif, iiui-iti dimity. lValittij;iiii aiMix--.: I'l t.tirnfiilh street, V W. .na Lcui-Reii. Vet, sc:ialin, Ivitif cirtiiily. a-liiii-n-m Mtri: l ('milei-ulli tr.t. KPRESEXTATIVE IX COXGRESS FIRST DISTRICT Hon. Martin L. Urlv, Kanultiirtnn. M rnci rxaiity. Wasliiuiftnii M("': iiirt ntli slrrel, N. W . STAB SENATOR. It Iturn-tt 4lie JaeL-mu. COOXTV OFFICERS. !..n. ..i;u!y. a rrutallrf -.".-iiliiif .lltorirt-v . erk l 4Jir-ir 4urt . rrk' of l.olliity 44irt it-iifl .lei-t-.r -usurer .---ir rv-ji,r tt'H.i '.rufttit-i'urr .. :j:1g Allui:islratir. .. . . ...Vail llarnlil .....iui- i;. .iiiiKu h-iiaiii . I...UIS Nhuiuuiiu l iain-is J. .kt't iMr I. Ilnrric r rai.Liiiu. k ...I'alil I.. i .Cymel . Kt-tla:tii 1 C C. IIxi-r fITV OFFICERS. Hiarl-s J ay-r r-t War'l Uozier lUttlUICS. ..Vltitii ISll!T . J lili I. J..k.i-t . . ha- W . Ilamui A W . Uratcam . . t ruiw-i- luift( I m Jkrst ...lii! It .iui.u . . Viit-T l. Ilari i.- Vall-...

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 June 1883

i X Vtan it If It : 1 if r ! - V I i'f Art a fences and i roatllieil. or ti.sinjr it fur 'country would sde iniiiiTw miff more attractive . can ever be with a lot of road- i fences, with " their usual attendant evils, disfiguring the landscape. The cost of ke-iiij useless fences in repair would go far toward keeping the roads in good order. At a low estimate road side fences will cost $GIO per mile. At six per cent, per annum this amounts to $1,146.13 in ten years, and in twenty years, when the fences will be woin out and almost worthless, to $2,052.55. - Chesapeake Oysters. There is fraud in the oyster trade, as in everything else. There are three brands of oysters that Norfolk brags of shipping Sortli, but more oysters of each kind are offered every vear in Washington, . Baltimore, Philadelphia, or New York, than there are in the wa ters from which they are supposed to be taken. First on the list and highest Sriecd are the far-famed "Lynn Haven ajs;"" second, the CherrT-stones;" 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. — 30 June 1883

. . V- . X OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE THE FAIR PLAY. TCBUSIIKD EVERY SATURDAY MOKXIXQ r VALL.EK HAROLD. Publisher. Subscript!!! Price. Sl.80 per Year. ISTAKUBLT CI AbVAXCE. BATES Or ADVEBTISIXOt OnSqnare,81ines 'tlitu type), l Insertion $1 00 tch siibsciuent Insertion m Business cards. I Inch, per year 6 on One-quarter column, lyear .. One-half column, 1 year.... ss'oo One column, I year ." -0 U(, Displayed advertisements rharin.il by l he !? Vl; AH transient advertisements must Ire EJ. i , m av-. Yearly advertibemeuu PLAY. IS THE BEST IX SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. VI BATS A Large Power Job Press snltabl for all cUmc of wort In th RnerJ Job Line, nil ran otnretc tuvprably with Sti Lout.oranv-thr Ciy mating Eutabliab meat In th Wast. FAIR NUMBER 1. VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 18S3. l'l"'v, o. ;-I' ;S A- 5T7W fiPRIXO TIME. WU.lT 18 TO BB KIPECTF.rh Now the milk-man wakes us early, Wilh his loiur ami motiriirul cry; And Hi.: irnsns limit frh and curly As the p.-d.ller ear...

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 June 1883

I 7 r Tin: faikil y. -mi' i iv. n: : K-i.i Ami tVre i a !l lint iiiU wriiins. !; t: an a!t:ilic fm!.il mi J !iiy-;ii- .urafv, t:i. t.l:ili. - illy Hii-rcNi'il l'cau ill "in villas Ilii-v vol itintiniii- -lotil 'i-ilo ii "I ruining l he at) lirli at!l l!n' fclntM. Tin- U'jiiMk-aii party is li.vlly iu w.i lit ir a jria'iVnrial inIiil:ite, and it i- not tit :M in;i.-Ol)a'.)!e tli:it matt cm wiii -m-!i a li.ijic Out tlicy will Im.i' i' jii-k up timut. SwiniBgly l' W-y.y tiling- !r:v !ni;wnel Tl.i' ulmiti-nii'ti of t. Ixtiis are ns oitv offor! t- iuiln.- the iimnii-i-- !ii-'itiire t (rur.-ArJ tin r . Nimi- .' t!u; IoMuiii-r law ami nut 'ivrra ; I lie levy u ilra ii-Ui l!.t'nes. : is 1 1 1 -1 shcIi inoi.keyinjf with the i iu ou the part nf the liijjor men iliat .-treiiilien prohibition. We ehtrMtu otirself to remark to the lln. Jtilm S. Phelp. ex-Governor of the .State of Missouri, that the eoynes of a maiileu f sixteen is searwlv be- '. iiiiiiiir in a sept:t;igen.irian politirian :iml if...

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 June 1883

-sr. Official Directory LV8. SEXATOES. IIf.n. Francis M. l-wLrcll. Warren .Uir;r, .tln.gnn county. Waluiij;t.M itlilw: HIS urtrenth street, X. W. .4eri;e Vest, seitatia. Petit cnyitv. ' t'ashinston aiMress: 410 fourteenth street. ;F.rRESE'TATIVE IX CONORESS FIRST 1)1 ST I! KM' Hon. Martin I.. 'lanlv, Famiiiigtnn, SI rano: county. Wal.iii;rt'U Mi: .V.l nirtn-ulh street. N . W . STAIE 8EXATOK. Hon. It Barrett Oliver JarkMiu. 'ae CoUXTV OFFICERS. ej-resentatlte ruw'-uiiiiK Attoniev . ;erk !' Circuit .mrt lerk oi 1 ounly Oturt . i-rifl tllecMr narer asessur trvevor i-.b C.iniiiiSMiii".r . ul.lic A.lmintral.ir . . Vallre llandd ...JuN-1 II. .uiwu :. i,. Kt-rlaifon ,ouii Nautuann . . Fran.-is .eplr ttlii.T II. Ilarria I - raulWIn' ..tyru'. Kerlaon c. c. l.ierj CITY OFFICERS. 'ayor. irst Want jrjitd Wanl harlcs K.ier . .Vak-ntii t U-iiiler "." J .In. II. J-.l.rst ...I lias V. Ilaluui J . iiralialu bird Ward Krjneis 44 I eon J.iaersl lerfc .'. . . . Jul H iuiiiiwMi reasurer . ttornev .. rsh...

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 June 1883

J s J THE FAIR PLAY. PCBLIMIIED EVKBTT SATCBDAT. I he ial. the ter to lount of ey fall tie lar- thev iimled nieut rk an laster s turtains toward is aceus- essionalh'. . but our man ic observation once f a distinguished feins his career as lor, as lie prefers "junior eierk at Tnrs a week. From flably ris to do duty as hiii' one or more vounsr rwlioni a highly paid clerk 'wanton extravagance. Here les mav be of a varied and not Sways professional character, lie will firobablv have to post a srreat maiiv tetters, bring in divers luncheons, and icrhaps lav the table for sundry tea parties, wherewith the budding barrister delights to honor his sisters, and his cousins and his aunts. He must I' en dowed with a good deal of shrewdness and a tolerably lively imagination. There are occasions in the life of a young barrister when, by the irony of fate, the death of a resjiected relative will coincide with the date of say. Ascot. He will be hound, of course, to attend the funeral: and on his c...

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 July 1883

- ..... - .... - , -- . . - . i OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY MOttXWQ .. w.: ' , -- i : VALliEK HAROLD. Publisher. uMcription Price, SI.50 per Year. IXV'UUABLT IS AOvtSKW." ' RATKS OF AUVKBSianOfrt Square, 8 line 'tills tvpej. 1 insertion $1.09 .Each subsequent Insertion M -ahtaineai .-aids, I inch, kt year .. One-ouarter column. 1 year ). One -half colnnm. 1 jww.-.i..,., A.aB.i Urn-column. lar.............;.... Displayed awvrni---K-nto ebann-4 by th inch. All tnia-want advert isciiicii:, innate paid for in wlvaain. Yearly advertisement, payable quarterly in advance. j IS THE BEST IS j SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. PLAY t 1 Large Power Job Press citable lor all damn of worm to the general Job Line, and can 'OnipetF favorably with St Louis, or any "she City Frlutius feuablish meat la thm Wtit 1 .iL VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1883. NU MISER . ... W7J? (i SOMEBODY'S SECRET. 6o!tip!.v n-vl I, in the laoooiicht. Went rt;iwi. wh'-rc tie- ft-...

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 July 1883

TJJJ FAI R PIiA.Y. VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATUItDaT, 1VLX 7TH. MM. The Democrat will scarry Ohio, so it is. written. Tbc British gorernment continues to send its panperw to this country. The platform of the last Iowa Re publican convention is loaded with Prohibition. We dont hear so much about that "Slate" as heretofore. Did the "Bad Boys" stnah it ? It is decreed that the trade dollar must go. All the national banks of the country are closing their vaults against it. We Lave our entry for place on the coming St. ttc ticket in Iratiiiiig anl will tint him on the track before a Treat while. There wa a greiii lalliuf.' oil from the Itcpuhlic&u party the other day. The X'.'.'J revenue collection district- vcre reiiui-cd to 1)0. oo The national debt was reduced 14, 000,000 lat month and very near $13a,0U0,000 for the fiscal year eudinjj on the first day of July, 1KH3. ''Eat ouious, Sis," it the brotherly advice of a IIosiom paper to a pretty girl, who wishes to know how to keep a mu...

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 July 1883

Oficial Directorv S. 6E5ATOES. Hun. taocis if, Cockrell. Warrenshurs Ion .irKu Vest, SeJalia. 1-eitte enuntv. t asluniMi mldreas: tiiij K.mrtwutli street. .EPKSENTATIVE IN CONGRESS ; FIRST DISTRICT tf.in. Jartin L. lai-lv, Famiintrtnn. St -raiioil cunty. Washington a.l.lress: SiS I :nnetfli street, X. W , t STA IE SENATOR. ll.in.J:. Burrett Oliver JaitUon, .iie onuty. ' COUNTY OFFICERS. ;-tretitlve wr Attorney . Vrk "tin-nil Court . Vrk 'Unity Court. , iKTii i. oiieci'...; rraW test anow . .' .huCniiijsiiiT , . ulilie Adiuiu.trtit'ir. . . . . ....Valine H.:r...l .JlltfH It. 4iuiuou i' I.....I-....... .'!!'!i.fii Naiiiuaini ...Francis.!, .uxl-r ... Oliver l. Harris Frank llw-k VaX c. j. Uoier CITY OFFICERS. luyor "rstf'rJ " " .... .vow! Want. '.. bird 'tl. ..".. .liarl.-s C. K'izter aluimxhs. J .tut is. j..kii-t -Clias w . Ilniiuu 4 . W . JSraham .. FrtlM-is llilliont .... I iii J rt erk...j r.-asiirti norm'. -. . ar.ttalji i-irt. ;rret t'.'aTui-si.incr .llllealt jllluoil ..Miv-rii. ...

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 July 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. PUBLISHED KTEBT SATURDAY. 6TE. GENEVIEVE. - MISSOURL Hone-Made Incubators. An incubator can be made with three lows, each six inches deep. The first. or Iwttuni box, has no top, and the floor of the bits is perforated with ten or twelve half-inch holes, into which are inserted tin tuIies to admit air. This is called the ventilator. The second box, the erg-drawer, has neither top nor bottom; but a piece of muslin is tijrhtlv drawn over slats running lengthwise on the Inittom: upon which the are placed. The third drawer has a zinc bottom, the top and sides be ing of wood. J Ins is called the beater. At the rear of this box is a tin elbow. bending into it, but extending down ward outside. The three boxes Iieing placed one above the other first, the ventilator; next, c-gg-Uraivcr; and lastlv. the heater; we have a 1kx with three divisions, the upjter one being heated bv a lamn inserted into the tin nllunv The draught from the lamp is caused by two or three tin tulies, ext...

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 July 1883

- ' ' "" ' OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE i IS THaVBaWT IS SOUTHE-T USSOUIU. the fait: FJlAY. rurmsnrD Emm? Saturday mouxixq VAL.LEK HAKOJLgPubltober. fjbscrlptin ric.BI.50 MfYear. RATrs OF ADVERTISING i PLAT W HATt A nl Large Power Job Press uttaMa tor all rluvl el work n the pener-d l.me.nJc'Mtll'iy wc.h St. t.,wi. or any hr City ltmuas IivbUs . uicnt in lha A Ml an da . OnR-lirfUoiunin. I year. 2TwT. a&ji One roltratn, I year .-. 7 m I'lsplaved advertisements rharcnd by tlio Inch. All transient advertisements tiiiint lie paid for in advance. Vearly advertise ineuta payable quattuly inadtnutca. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., SATURDAY, JULY U, 18. NUMHEU VOLUME XII. TEXtMS O n i a nr it ,-UJ ;! -1L1 -'RT ; One "square, 8 line "this type), 1 insertion tl r.aon aaow-qufla IMirttnu,. ..... t !? " ita 1 Tbfi-JwL'i''1 , Kimmen rani, 1 ifcfiifper ymt..7Z.r.. uoe-utMrtercolniatt. Immt.'.. ' - ' WHERE IS HEAVES1 Two little children, a-eephir porn. Went wari'linn'.- slowly down the atrect I'oor r.-aii's...

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 July 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATtEDAr, JVLT MTH. IM. Dread cholera ia ravaging Egypt. A new party wm bora at Chicago, the other tbjry. " It will die before teeth- Missouri haone match manufactory withia her borders, a fact not general- Ijr known. St. Louis has the best credit of any city in the country, bat probably thU is all the worse for St Louis. There was a tricking bee d bank robbery, last week. cr88 thecraek. Poor Old ' Indiana i mpidly becoming a dan-, gerous rfai to 0'" in btateaman-breed iug aad office-holding qualities. An eminent European: political economist estimates that this country i $10,000,000,000 richer than Great Britain. St. Francois county has alont KX) in her road and canal fund that he is going to lay out in building bridges. The man most promiuentlv before the people to-day is Senator Vorhee. r r-.it i...t n.. i.ii., ....i. ... stav there Ion-. All the Missouri Congressmen are reported solid for John G. Carlisle for Speaker of the House, but there ...

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 July 1883

T t Official Directory - U. S. SENATORS. Hon. Francis M. (Jockrell. Warn-niilur;r, onnaon county, w aeningtnn allrea: fcle 'tinnmin sirtfi, . w . Iia tieorirp i- Vest, Solatia, Pettis ronntv. J'a-Uinston sMru: 1 Fourteenth strma. fEPKESENTATIVE IX COXGEES8 FIRST DISTRICT Hon. Martin L. flantv, Fanninpton. St 'r.-ineois ONintjr. Washington a-Ulms: 523 : hirteenlli street, X. W , STATE SENATOR. Him. S I5i:rr-tt Oliver Jackson, Car -Ullllljf . COUNTY OFFICERS, "ffirpnentatlre .TuwcuiiiiK Attorney Vallce HaroM lira of Circuit Own Jules It, ;uipiin ' IrrL of County Court ;. C. krrlagon hrill . . Louis Siaiimaiiu 1 lector Francis J. .ictrlcr ruasuivr Oliver It. Harris nt!ior Frank llurk irvpyor Iaul I.. Lcinpke vIkioI Oraiuiniu-r Cyrus C krrimnin -uMic Aitjuiustrator C. C. I&uitur CITT OFFICERS. diaries C. Kozier AxiJlj KA I K. TT. A V. I I'ies and cakes to order and at short nonce ar. VALLEE HAROLD, l'nbi;l,er MISS LIZZIE ZF.IiEUS. mrlaThin Blackberry pickingis in order Farmington is...

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 July 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. rCBLtSUED EVERT SATURDAY. STE. GKNEVIFjVE. MISSOURI Hie Fountains ef Character. "Carrie," saiil a lady of eiphty-fiT fiiniiiurs to licr lauriiter of fifty-irbl I s;-e there's a stitch dropped in thai bit of lace at your throat; you had best meml it at once," and, seeing perhaps a note of interrogation in the eye of the listening guest, she added: "When 1 was a little girl, my mother brought out an old worn book front her private bu reau drawer and called me to look at it. It was a tiny volume of letters from ft clergy mau to his daughter, which had been given to my mother iu her girlhood, and in onu of "the letters was this in junction: 'Whenever you find a break r a worn place in your clothing, mend it imiiu-ili'itdtlP I can see the yellow page uow, stained and finger-marked, and just how those words in italics looked. Afterward, when I had so many children, 1 never saw a rent or hob; in their clothing, but those itali cised words wouid come u, 'mend it im mcili'itcl...

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