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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 August 1883

V THE PAIR PLAY. OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE 18 TUE BEST IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. Pt'BU-HEI EVEUV SATIKUAV SIOUMXO j -BV- i VALLKU I IAROI.D. Publisher. ! FAIR C-4 Subscription Price. SI.50 per Year. INVAIUAUI-l IN AlVAN;E. KATES OF AIVfnrTWIV: Onf! ';uaiv, Hlin- 'tlia "! 1 Insertion 51.00 K;mJj .-cliNu-nt i:i-i'i1ioii 5j !iisims ranlH, l inii, jM-ryt-ar .i On -ijnaiii-r coiuiiiii. l :ir. 2.M) VI BlVI A Large Power Job Press ui?.M. for .11 rftA-9 pf werk In tbr jr.-T'er-x: .'T. I tr.. ctx -,:nixo.. tax rmtiiv sr. h .-:. 1 ei:-., or any ."Itie- Ciiy Trini:-.i: I -tui'li-ii-:.r-.u in tad W (L TELnrviai cash. Nit? i.;? r column, i .:ir ::.". "Q On colimiJi, I v -ar.. Tii'iju ! IMsjdavi d alcni--iiM iit-. -Imrtn - t!t5 j Jti' ii. AH tmnifiit a1vTti--iii-tit unUt tm j p;.i! for in nh:n;.f. Yearly udvcrtteiuuuU iible jujutciiy in advance. j VOLUME XIL STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. AUGUST NUMP.KR 12. PLA1 lllKilltiip Til-- noon i- tropical. Th'' m l.ar,- lit,.- a "-?! ill!.' IllOtlttl t Hlf'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. — 25 August 1883

WILDER BROTHERS WILL OPEN THEIR NEW STORE ON SEPTEMBER THE 3RD. ISS3. WITH A GRAND DISPLAY OF ALL AND FRESH GOODS THE FAIR PLAY. VA L L EE HA !' O !. !), EU1r. SATUKU.VY, AJ'.a ST.r.TII. 13. La-t week the tlifl'.-reut mints coined 42.rj9s-ilTcr dollars. St. Louis county lias u f.ni:il' saloon ist, who U over six feet lull ami weighs J'W pounds. The tia'-'griiplii-r's) -'ri!? is . mle.l. tli.i i-omptiuv v,-iiuii?irr, of etitr-i. In a constest between moiiyy itn'I'n-aiiH, monev :thv;i 'vin. There is only one Kcpiibli-ii;i pnpiT p'.i'li-!ii.-l in Soiit!i.-;i-t MU-o'iri. hut i;- course seems tt be over roiijjh simllows and shoals. I.eorgia is :i j;re:it slute, 3 .-rout Iemoer::'Ic stiito, and in kei'p!n-i with her grunt nfss -lie is goin to ! U-l a million dollar riipitol. tiov. Oittcndeii is ba-k ii ;i l.tnd of many wives mnl istaik't. a Chicago Hothinif dru:iiiii-i'. Lave :i hriU'Jtinir suspicion that ii: cel'elicv jnibs too murh. the Tike Wo We -.ineerely h;.c our iu!ti-: ritm runtei...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 August 1883

,T25 ODD CASSIMERE AND JEANS COATS AT COST. GOOD COTTON WORSTED SUITS FROM 84 50 TO S6 50 PER SUIT AT ROZIER & JOKERST'SJX1 OfllcialJDirectorv U.S. sE. U'ui;s ! I'rai.tis M. C :oekri-!!. Wat -r-iI,nr.- itie-oti ctjuiiiv. v. u-niui'-u a-l'tre- : ,.ru.i-utl. -:i t, V V . ,u - rf t. Ve.-t, .-e.t:!ia, IVtti- eoiiiilv. -lii:it'n'aHrw: Fourteenth r.ti"t. ., RIOT ITKX:r . . ...i. .-..uuty. washi,,v-f..i a-i.ir.-,,: ..rt'.-jith -tp-et, N. . STAIE SENATOR Kon. !; county officuks. ;..,n-'nta!!v- 'Wi.-utiijr AtToriwv . rii ol' 4 .irctiil ourt t-r-k ol otiiilv Court, .-rifl ' -::-ur-r rv-or .-.'"iX oTiiail joii'-r . loic A-iliiil.trtor. . . , ... ..Vallre ' - C. KTiilr'on .. t raii-iK.i. .:.v!-r .. Olm r l. I I r i - t rar.k lli; k II Jal.:-. f . I.. '- ' CITY OFUfKHS. ivor .LaiS.. U K-u.Wr "" v-iVi-t. P..!i . r r-lVr i :;rl Wwl ( -rfc a-iirrr !'irn-v .r-linf ;vtl -ollitliiy-ioitrr ...In!-; It OiiiL-i.ou ... . A. . It. v; i. !ia. oi:'';" K.iiian .ri.-il.a:i. r .'toar-l .f Al l.-im-n m-tt 4i...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 August 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. rcni.ISHKD EVKBT SATlItDAY. STE. GESEVIF.VE. MISSOURL Cllfllsp f n Hntre Sprrulation. The Iiottom has entirely dro'ipcd out of the boom in hops ley which the lircvv ers were so badly scared last winter. Some of tin' lucky operators who had lar-ie stocks whi-n the Hurry coni-liicm-ed. ami tlu bold but prudent ones ho went in with a dash and t-old out ttt bi tijrurcs without waiting for liifrtrcr ones, made very larjje. sums of money in the earlier months of the excitement. Several of them arc credited wit h having pocketed half a million each, nut those who held on to do better, and nearly all the outside speculators, have been nipiM-d. When hops, for which sixteen cents a pound is a paying price to the pro ducer, were lorcctl up to M.lo, me con fident bulls proc'aimcd that the price would reach $1.50, and lierhaiis even Si, licforc this year's State crop could romc in. 1 hey were believed by many brewers and speculators, who bought cm the.unuatural rise. lirevvers lai...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 September 1883

TIIK FA lit l'LAY. M-ltMSHKD EVKKi' SATfUIJAV M-itNI."G BY JIiLKK IIAI'OI.Ii. I'liMishcp. Subscription Price, SI. 53 per Year. IWllllAill V IN' AllVAMtE. OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSOUHL " - Jflt&i'itK'Z- -i -"IT ' - '. PLAY KATKS OF AIIVItKTISIVf: : 'Jne'fn:il'l:ii V!,:, I- p"), 1 !:is,-i;i.,n tl.tfl - I-aM-ti .siuis-.m-i,t in- moil ..ra !EusiiM- t-r.iiN. I in, li. rcar ;'(it) :ie-in:tri-i "!:iMir. lear. ... 2 no Hie l::i!t ..ili.iim. 1 t ai ' ";-,',) '' I.n. 1 v. sir. ;", I:sjilaei a-liei-ii-cn.. nts eti?.r-.-il l the Inch. AH li iiiisicut a.H -! tieui.-iii mtist l.u Jiiii.l for hi ii,t am:--. Yeatly : du it!- in jiita Jiaj iiluc quiiitti iy in a'trance. j VI HAT A Large Power Job Press ! -nilfaMa for all rlaaof work In tht- i;eorv , .'oft Line. aiij ,-n 'em-setr !a. crate v nit h st I .:'.. or any "she- t'lty Printu KtLi.h mem In tti ast, TiillJVIS CASH. VOLUME XIT. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, ISsi. NUMBER II. FATE THE LITTLE (.ILL r T...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 September 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. VALLEE HAROLD, tklitor. SATCJIMAr, -SEPTEMHKR UTH, ISM. Ten thousaud men are at work on 1 lie I"anama canal. The markets of the country are in a rather depressed condition. mum The decrease on the national debt during August was $$,671 .000. It is said that St.' Louis has the finest taloons of any city in the country. Mary AudTion, the American act ress, is hecominr all the rage in England. The beer saloons of St. Louis are having a regular iioni: with Judge .Yoonau. Wonders never cease, i'ostinaster (Jciiernl tiresham serioudy objects to having hi.i i-irirt iiictit converted into a polilrt-.-il machine. He isa rarity for a Uciublic:in olliee-holder and deser ves a prominent position in Itanium's Aggregation of Living Wonders. We arc in receipt of a copy of the special 20,u00 edition of the St. Louis Scctator of last Saturday. The Spee- ofhi.s political opponents, I lauuot' other, whereiu change Mad been made, possiblv have rcsnect. Xuw, let -In- i w:, adopted. The t ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 September 1883

FIFTY PIECES FULL STANDARD PRINTS AT FIVE CENTS PER YARD. WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF LADIES DRESS GOODS, ROZIER &JOKERST Official Directory U. S. SENATORS. il-n. Francis H. OKkrell, Warn-ultur, ihnson cunty. .sbuigton a.t.lm.: sis .nirteeiitli street, . . Iu. torire M. Vet, scJttlitt, rctti c-miiy. Vashingtun vMresn: till .urteeniti htreel. KPRESENTATIYE IN CONG RKSS FIRST DISTRICT lh.il. Martin I., t'Unlv, Farniiutrt.iti, Sr ruuoiiK county. U'asliiiigt'm a.llresi: -'.il uirtceutli street, X. W . I STAIE SENATOR. Hon. It Burrrtt Oliver J'-k', .imty. COUNTY OFFICERS. jiresei.futlve. ,..-e.-.utiiir; Aitoroev rrk t' Circuit t.urt .erk of Ivuuty Court ii-rid Slertor r-ranurer i.-"ets.r iiv.fjiir .:!i.u"H.-iniiii.i.iM-r . ... uMic Ailmintilrator , . . ..Vallec Haiol.l Jules It, luitti..u I,. t;. heria.ii ... .I.ui NauMi-tnn ...Kranri4. .lecl.-r Oliver l. Harris . t-'rank Itin-L I'nttl I.. I.cl.ilke mux jjiip ' J ... Kuzicr CITY OFFICERS. -vor Chariest; l.zie.r ir-t War l J .hi. B....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 September 1883

i THE FAIR PLAY. Frni.isiiKU evkuy satikoay. STE. OKNEVirvn. - MTOrn' Early Deaths. A list of mon and wumcii of ponius trim have died at or about the early age of thirty-seven, and .secured for tlicin Hclves an undisputed jdsee in tin- ranks of the immortals, would occupy not tin; least brilliant portion of the record of the illustrious dead. It is astonishing liovr many men, whose names are a household o-isesioii in every civilized country, have done all their iiest work after liiirty-Miveii, and who never would liavrf I'een heard of, or at l'st would liave shown only as tliesnmllcrligjitsnf literature, if they had leen carried oil at the ae al which Itvron. Shelley, liurnsand Ka;diae closed tlicircarii-rs. And when we come to look at what Milton dil aft'T thim-sevcn. what ('oclhc and a thousand others did after the f-atue age, and how little they had done before it, we cannot estimate how much richer the world might have been had those bright intellects which were cut oil" in thei...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 September 1883

v h n SA ! OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE I 13 THE BEST IS ' SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. THE FAIR PLAY. UTtUSUKD EVfcBYSATUKl7Y MOUSING Br VALLKE I tAKOl ,I. Pnhliwher. Subscription Price. SI.50 per Year. t.NVALI.WtLT IN' Al'VANCt. RATES OF AIVKRTIHINO: OnftSqtiHrr.Hlinp 'thi-i tvi.), I iitwrtion fl.flft K:h-i suliMNjiK'ut lnMiiion .so Itusiu-s r:uN, l in li, Kr yt ur . OlM'-iti:irt-r -liiinii. 1-hi:.... 3.u iHf hatl fliiitin, 1 tir :tv0 Jn iiitun, 1 v- ar 7u.utf Iisii:iYt Rftvfrii tiH-iit- -hftr-d by th iiM-li. All tmiiMt-nt a'lv-i-iifitH-ni mut b Ii-i fur in mlvntiif. Yt-uly utlverlbjemenU Itayubie quailcil) i n atlva.m-e. -' PLAY I BATS A i Large Power Job Press ' v.ltabla for all -! of work in t o ne: ti ' .'oh t.lne. and rri'e:rret taior:i!ti wet l.iM'.U.oranTi!-ar City rrtutiBj-; l.;V.-'.! I turnt in the W (. TEXX1VUSI O.AJBXX. VOLtJMEtXIi; STEGKNEYIKVK. MO., SATURDAY, SKPTKMRKR l. lS&i. NUMRKR I I - A LITTLE rilll.n. rncrnr-?nn cliildhn.i'rs tinv cras. Draws lis from l.teines. hook- ic:...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 September 1883

4 t TIXE FAIR PliAY, VALLEE HAROLD, FAitor. - satlp.uay. sKi'TKMBKRi5Tit.:iwt. . v, The Iuisville Fxim-iiiim U lonm-' inc i.oiiviiie r.xpoiiion is iioom-. scd to nrrr'ii. The Chicago baufcs have rcfu receive me new postal note as enn-en-: net w ee laiiiiuaiiy aim me staie iem ocrarv. The cnmiaigu iu Ohio is taking on a new impetus. It's a toss up as to which party will win. IScfore the departure of Ilishop ly an, of this diocese, for Rome, he was presented with a purse of $6,000. Tlie New Madrid and Charleston pa pers are rowing over the result, of a base ball tournament between their lo cal clubs. it) Stimulated by the uiscovcry of Xoah's Ark, a parly of Frenchmen have organized a company to dredge l he lied Sea for Hiaroh's golden char iots. There will lc held a natioual color ed convention at Louisville, on the "Ith iust., to devise ways and means for getting more offices for -the man and brother." The Springfield Xeri, published at cr.-tlov. Phelps' home, thinks it is safe in sa...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 September 1883

FIFTY PIECES FULL STANDARD PRINTS AT FIVE CENTS PER YARD. WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF LADIES DRESS GOODS, ROZIER & JOKERST Official Directory TITF "PAIR PT AV I M:,rri:,' l''''" i-sstied since last most entirely into the hands of is of it. It keeps the eoin in time ; I AIIJj A1U 1 Iret.ort: Xkholas Xaesrex aud father- , -,. ..., : ftf - ..Piia l...r.le.! mm in the treas- ' U. S SKNATOES. i .. , )... i ine Both: Jose i.h S.-iinnaB au.l Fell-! . . , . . ' . . ., ; 1Prttr-a ,, on: dou. Francis .iittiflon rountr ..uneeutri sin :.u . oe.re asiiiDgion KPRESENTATIVE IN COSGBESS FIRST DISTU1CT Hod. Martin L. (lanlv, Fanuii.rtiii, St mucoiK enmity. Val.iii;rt..ii a.Mres.: 523 uirteenlii street, S. yv, STAIE SENATOR. Ion. K Iturrrtt Oliver Jaek.ua, a .utity. COUNTY OFFICERS. retntallv i-oneeiiiinx Attoruev. . .erk nl Circuit Curt. . .erk f Count; Court :..-rill ..Ileet'.r .-.Sletirer -s.-4ir :irv-yor hMiCoinriiiiinioiM-r . .liiaju A.lmiuslral.ir. . . Vallee llaroM ..Jllle 11. .iiiian.i....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 September 1883

LOOK OCT OK X1IE ENGINE." ' lammtocontottreengiiiifT. and hare Wn for tvm tr yearn, and am now runnl.-ic on I ho MalnC--utral lUilrusd. Life on aaenslm. as ail cusfwt-ra knuir, is Terylr-lnploboalthands;n-nlh. Tli continual Jar cf the raglnr. and strain on our Ion trip all t-nd to waken ihc kidneys ajiil nrinarv I-Riuis. In addition to ibis, ten years ajro. I met witha severe ari-iilrm. and 1 was taken fmtn under mr engine with arvere internal Injuries, which pave uie f-Ti-ai jtaln. 1 was laid up for six laonlhs. and auftYn-d more than I can d aerlie. aud more l hail I wii-li to suffer aisiln. I rcsumi-d work, but my kMn"w iM-jron to disturb me. and my n-rvoiis sys tem srrtni-d to be out of ord T. 1 co-ild not sleep, as my wat'-r li-manli-d Mich emu-rant attention that I was kept awake a great part of thenislit. to tiriuali-caus-d severe pain. 1 employed the Stat nieilli! s'rjll In Portland and elsewlierc but contliiU'-U to grow worn-. i wa D-TMiad. d to try Hunt" i. IEi-miilr. as 1...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 September 1883

OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IS PLTiUSHED EVfcKV &ATU.UAY MUUNIX'Q -BV- VALLEK 1 1 AHOLD. Puhlisher. Subscription Price, $1.50 per Year. INVARIABLY IV AlA'ANCE. PLAY SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. RATES OF AUYMITIMNG: OnPfiimr,8iint! 'this f i, I inTti.n I.nn Kurh siilMjii-!it iii-.-Tti.tii Itiisins -:ui. ! in -It, wi y.nr .yg One -quarter co'tutni. J war". 30.00 One 'tall roimuii. 1 yr:ir :ft.Q0 On tluiiin, 1 y-nr Tit.OH lis,l-tv'l s'lvfrtiMiM-Dt-t hru'-l lv tb Inch. All itunsieixt atlv-rtia-iii-ut- vni-t be p:it-I Ur in u'Rance. Tcti-iv i a tUemtxiU payable quaxtcily in U'ivauci-. Large Power Job Press vittabL tor all clwii of work tn .he general .'oh Lin, and ran rraiww f a. crabtv i! li ft t.ou!.or riThr CUy matin" KsiaMs-U-Mut In ibo W aw. sT J VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, SEPTEM1JEU 22, 1SS.L NUM1U:U Uk THE FAI11 PLAY. FA..! R OX THE RE Af II. 1 c!aiNi in tnin h r t'-n"-r liaml. Ami si-l.- ly with lotrina' fit'o, i. A 111 (Ml'IsitU' V!ilt init-s, lit.-. to " Vo 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. — 22 September 1883

THE IAXR P IiA.Y I ! VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATURDAY, SKPTEMBEB MXD. 183. There is a sort of lull in state poli tics. About time. John M. Krum, a St. Louis lawyer of some note, is dead. The actunl state debt of Missouri is slightly the rise of $10,000,000. We prefer partisanship, be it "wild cat," or any other kind, to snivelling hypocrisy. The pennant for the base ball cham pionship is flying 'way out of St. Louis' reach. Is there goiug to be a dearth of Congressional aspirants In this dis trict nt-xt years. Three different railroads now stretch lii'-ir sluuons length from the Atlantic to the Pacific c;an. There are over 103,000.000 laid away iu the national treasury, for what pur--e no one nnder.itand-t. It is thought that China and France will apiieal to America for a settle ment of their differences. The Jefferson City Tribune thiuks it has named the next Governor of Miss ouri when it nominated Phelps. Kight hundred converts to Mormon- arrived in this country from Eu rope during...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 September 1883

OUR MR. F. L. JOKERST HAS BEEN UP TO ST. LOUIS ALL WEEK BUYING OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK. GREAT BARGAINS AT ROZIER & JOKERST'S Official Directorv V. S BENATOK8. ( Uon. Francis M. Cockrell. WarrensUirir, ' linson county. Washington llres: Sis burtventh street, S W on tteurgeO. Vast, Mjalia. Fetus e-.uuty. I hsbington address: 6I0 KuurteeuUi Mw-l, EPttESESTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT Hon. Martin L. Clmnlv, Farruinirtou. st mucois county. Washiugtuu address: ZM :iineenlli street, N. W. STAIE 6ENATOR. I'm. E BurreU Otiifer Jackson, tjij.' uty. COUNTY OFFICERS. .preeentallTe vseculiliK A Horner erk of Circuit Court . . :rrk f County Court. . . irrio il lector reasurer ssessor irveyor huul Commissioner ... ublic Adiuinslrat'ir Vallee, ll:.r-.l-l ...Jules H, tauittiion C. C. Kerlwu Louis Naumaiiu ..Francis J. Zieirler .. Oliver 1. Harris Frauk Muck ....Fan! L. Urniike Felia II Jaiiis C. C. Itoiier CITY OFFICERS. Charles C Kniter ayor irst Want looud Want. liir.1 Ward..".' Valentii...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 September 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. FCBLI.SIIEU KVi:RV SATURDAY. STE. OKNEVIF.VE. - MISSOURI. OUIi NEW MANAGER, IFroin flininlxrs" Journal! HAPTElt Il.-CosTixiEn. Jlr. Pike, who raiseil his hesul ami howril in return, met the eye of tlm yumijr clerk for an instant in full: it was hut for an instant, anl tli dark, Mem features, of tin; stranger were as unmoved us so much Jimrlile. yet an oin-noiii fwlin iHisgesPfl PJiiJ, eel he couM not help f'ar;n;y that In- was n-c-lernizeil, as certainly as he hail n i ; nicil Mr. Pike. Yet tlicro wtis a good ileal to 111:1k)' this unlikely, for he liml Imm ii on foot in the n!iri'.h; flii'l his voice li:nl only niice or twice Im-ch liearil hy the horseman: while the larter was far more conspicuous from lx-iicr niountcil ami sitting ai the direct line of the pas lijjlit, and from having spoken a "foml deal. Although Pliil stole several "lances at the new liartner during the 111'erview, he could not detect the slijjble-t Approach to an expression -of rciuenilurniic: ue...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 September 1883

ITfE! 4 111 T"T A XT OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS THE BEST IS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. PL'BLISIIKl. E KUr SATIKI'AY MtJlISl.NO BV VALLKK IIAUOI.l). Publisher. Subscription Price, $1.30 per Year. INVAHIAI'.I.I IX APVINCE. RATF.S OF AIVKItTININ-i: OtiS.piarf.nl.iif 'till t: f), 1 iu.st-ition fl.M Kttcll tll..;it.it lll-rrti.tll SA IS'iHine.s caidji, l in lit nt y-ar A.ut) Orie-.iuaiii-r column. J eai". 2(1.(10 fllie-liul! loliitmi. I .-nr 3.VX) FA JK PLAT Large Power Job Press futtaW for alt ctaian of work in the i;rnri : Job Linl. and r-uieTTir'.-t--fro er !:- mih m. L ,:!. or anTe-l-.-?"- fTJy rrtutlnj KsUtianh airnl la th H Mt. v-in-eonim-i. ! vt-ar ..; . IiispiHy.-! advftrrlin' nt rbrrl by the Inch. All tt'otsiz-ur a'.verti-c:u -air, nm-sl e i jini.t f.r in alian-e. Yearly .(lveili-u-iit- ; l'-.au. "lu-tijily iiia':7.ui-c. ... VOLUME XII. STK. (iKXEVIKVK. MO.. SATl'KDA Y, SK1TKMI.KR iss. NTMliKU 17. TilUlMa o TIIE STAni W'tS'T M'ASR AXD rut: m ii ..v p rjx, O I n-n a f:-t sr-ir-i anrlsti...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 September 1883

JJJJ2 FA.IRniA.Y" I VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATUItD&r, SEPTEMIsKK 49TH. US3. Thc agony will soon be over in Ohio. ' Anthony k Kuhn, the big St. Louis brewer, are in severe financial straits. AH the New York city daily papers are climbing down to 2 and 3 cents per copy. In a Kansas town thev arrest wo men who appear en the street in Moth er Hubbard dresses. In Springfield, this state, an ordin ance makes it a misdemeanor for any one to go Into a saloon Sunday. We believe the whole government, that is the official heads of the govern ment, are all back in Washington. Missouri still keeps well up with the procession, notwithstanding all the mean and malicious things that are said of her. It remains for a St. Louis jury to discover that it is absolutely necessary to a man's happiness for him to be shaved on Sunday. The national banks think the gov ernment indebtedness Is being reduced too rapidly, but this is not what other people think by any means. Governor Crittenden traveled all ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 September 1883

FIFTY PIECES BEST KNOWN BRAND COTTON FLANNEL FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURE AT ROZIER & JOKERST S BIG STORED 5S?S!iSLJSil3S23XTIIE FAIR PLAY U. S SEXATOKS. j " ' . - '.I m Frauds M, Cork re! I. V.arreU,,i,-nr ' i A..EE UAIiOI.It, ''.'(.-..;. itm-tin eouiitv. a-hiii:t..ii a, hire- .i:rteentli -treel, X W . ..a t.eore Ci. Vent, se.:.t'i:i, I'etlis e.-unte. j ashm-fton a'lttrees: tau i-'iiiirle.iiih .trer't, ! i EPKESEXTAI1VE IX CONGUESS FIRST DISTRICT I lion. Martin I.. laHv, Kaniiiiiat-iu. s: i -ati'is ei.unty. Wasiiitif;ttiu a'Mr-w: .'ii , .tirteentli -.tree!, N. W . ; STAIE SENATOR. l!..n. It may. Karr-U Oliver .la-' ...,u, a-,.. COUNTY OFFICERS. vpre-eiltatlve 't--ei-.llllli-': Att'iruev erk l' Circuit C-iiirt erk til' Cfiunty Court i-rill Ilui-Wr . eairUrer -tensor irveyor IPKiI C.eulllis-i.mer uhlic .Vliuiiistrat-jr. . Vxlli-e ll:ir..M ; ...luies i:. 4tiiiiii ! r . .. Ki i i till urrii.r.ii.i. ayr iri-t W'ar-I -.t.ntl War-l liinl H'iii-I... ... liar!- I.. Rttzicr ; A...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 September 1883

I fi ! M i - ? Hi ; S ii Hi III v" IV Vt AMmJX X .Tt ' Jr ' ai9 m THE FAIR PLAY. riCI.ISIIEI KVI'.KV SATi nn.VV. viator") A J'AIi: OF OLD filOFH. V.'hen the curtaiiis arc drawn, anj the Laby's i(eei. AdI the uMcr boy dreams on his couch up l!l" stair. While Hie t i.m.ls atitl the uiuoti-bt-ums are i':iyirl-.r !ij-m. Then a 1 t::ieiiiy-s weary Ft rutrirle Willi .-ure: Ami : mio, tnol friend (-tnrdy foe to the llilll-s. True cumlui-lcr, weoiue, dear, easy cM shoesl Thouph two, ye an; one, O most matchless of I wins, Ani oft, llirut;t in Fiitchi-1, have travclc-il alar. Tt h'ii. coiifl'-innvl to tlo iieiwnco forcarlkr Kins. T!ie ir f-et have ai-h. .1 in tin; rich palace rur; How Iri-ftit the Moment when, rtklcs3 to T!w ijlsrr::u in trturo lrcvr furlh tiio uM Y nrr- now Umjr af). and in I;jniifloI Ftat, All nlos-y Htt'l -jMiiis, -lt.-w-li;iinu:il tii, fitt utorlal h;tJ vrnturo! to vur l:il l.K.c joinil. itii'l jolly, uu'i lnH.U-ssly ) 'l ih'vt 1111 intw a umiui im;mo ir mu t lK.aauttul,...

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