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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 10 November 1883

1 A VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE, 310., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 188::. MMP.ER 2.5. FATE WHO If wo could pom"Ii.r ISclnrc .v,jrc claim- ijs. or In- prey, (inj out-vf all lM strilo TliatJUe call lite. An'l ftlicml ffnvin-il fe.-irj. Or liiintimr Iii,,,r misting" Wat, 3 iiki sin.'icniy i in- imi'l -f- f all oiir.lniuns. :til sinn.l fliero. f.ioet.i file-with trc.isurc lost.'' I'lie f ri.-inls Iimw Im-ihI .IciMUluru cost -' lur soul-mcli Mire distress", , - f-iirh iitfimifs nf wrt'11-Iieilii..s If wo (iiiilil n like Willi ruis;iiMifMiK fit Mi So! mil Ifforc us who unuM -lay To Hicrcron t ht way '1 limn jli wi-ary . arlty .ear Till time ivai iipu ami isrc. Willi li-iiiflli if .1 ij aii'l lo-s ? Hut -ot iiiiiii tic cross IM inj.-sit-rj- iiml i. :i in We wnil ami wail ajraln. Perhaps tlmiuirli Hire' eiire.year3 If il-mMim- Impcs nml fear.-. Ami nl tlii'fml rav: ".h, hat n lijt'eilay f joy lJtr2 antl'lunjr. oh Innc. Th(jluy.of iain." Tlicii fnmi llio tlinmj W..lrtiiiwn-, whilotlurr sijfli. -lt...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 10 November 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. VALLKE HAUOIA), Eilitor. . SATURDAY, NOVKMIfEK IUTII. 1881. Tuesday was a cold day for iJeiiio nrate. The Cape Hews stands solidly by (jov. Crittenden. Tlie "widow" Itutler can now on hia tnourninr weeds again. put It is scarcely necessary to remark that the Democrats carried Maryland. Something of a political tornado seems to have also swept over the country. Four big roosters rampant adorned the title page of the Globe-Democrat last week. The Scdalia Democrat seems to be iudincd to let its McDonald boom die a-borninr. Dexlcr City, a place of about 1,500 inhabitants, wants a flouring mill, and wants it bad. There it no cloud so dark but what it has its silver lining. The Demo crats carry Virginia. The President has issued his pro clamation fixing the 29th of this month as Thanksgiviug Dav. Enterprising American arc intro ducing into Kussia our system of grain elevators on a grand scale. There arc over 400,000,000 dollars in gold coin and only $39,000,000 in silver in...

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

1 .4A. m 1 ,..?.' 4 Official Directory U. 8- 8EHATOK8 Hon. Fri Cocbrtl, Warren.bur,:, KSSt. v-6"- uare: ss Hob. " MI?t5!'a' re" conntv W. bbpeessmtative in congress first district n"'. iit?" S"5T FinKton. St rraneoli "Mhington address: Ji3 Thirteenth itreet. I. W. STAlE SENATOR. Hen. wwmt Olner Jackson, ComtT- J COUNTY OFFICERS. ragmen tattre... Oil' IToMcnlin AttcnieT .. Clerk of CiwnitCourt.. Clerk af UotttjCourt.. Sbrril - Collector -fraamrer. AMMUOT Surreyer. ....... School Commistiontr . public Admiaitrator. . . . Vallce Harold Jules IS, Ciuiguriu C C. Krrlacou Lsuis Xaumaun Francis J. Zlqrlrr ... Oliier II. Harris Frank Huck . ...l'aul L. Leninite Felix II Janis U U. Holier CITY OFFICERS. Major. Charles (J. Rozler FirtlWard ALDCItMEN Vnlcntir.t I'.sMer J:hn II. .lolterst Anton Samii-oii I (V. Hraham , J;te.h Jokcrrt I ton Jokers! . ..Inler IS (iuiiruoti Vliterll. llarri.- A. C. Hertich I. 1) 'lhurmaii IhcoIi eal Second Waul 1 Third Ward.."."" a Cleric ""."""' Treaiarer Attorne...

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

s FARM AM) FIRESIDE. An aero of lanil will produces a ton of beet sujjar. Exchange. A novelty ued in hiii decoration is velvet mailt; to represent alligator t-kin. This is eJVectivo a covering for jiede-tals for stntuettt.'s and .stands for vaj5 and clock. (Ji.-iin tlt.-it is threshed very early needs to w looked after freiiienily, le-t it lieat in tlie granary. If there is any doubt about its liein dry enough it is lietter to wait until eold weather, when no injury from heating is probable Manjo Journal. A prominent California!, who h:n fifty acres in the rai-in nipe. fays wlieneier grapes become unprovable for raisins lie can make money by feed ing them to w. He eontemls that grapes will fatten ho;js faster than any oilier known food from two to three pounds per day. Tin horticultural editor of the lln rnl Home says black raspberries can 1ms produced cheaper than any other fruits lieeaiise they will prow on poorer soil, and can be cultivated largely by hore; then picking can be de...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 November 1883

PLAY VitSf VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 188r. NUMBER 21. Ot Twa a lit t Ir- -crmon h-.ic-1kI so mo Ily :i-vct, unconsciousi'liiM A lutiy ;rill scarce tcitir 3 e.ir- (ill, Willi I, hii cjcs -u)fi jin".l mi!, 1. It jitjl on n niiny .lay; 1. M-jiHti in u car, Va liuiiniiK.', as I nonrtil mj- home, Of t -ut liiu:ll jar Ami iliscor.l that icrv:i.!o the Hlr Of l.ii-y ity hie, 2;.ichcitnn;r lull for "niimlicr one." Sclt-ir:tiii i.rovo'-oii'r strife. TIu jrloomy M-a:i"-r t- enicl to cn-t 'm every la o u -11. i If. Itiit 011 one coiiiitc.iiuu-c vere lines Ily -onovv !f.-'tly In. I. Willi low I-iik'is! lii:it .up! hall. Ik clnspe.1 close, She will. so j.oor aii'l oi-1. Nor Mi-m-M to In-e.i the -ori.fiil glance r ro:ii eyes utiKiii.t au.l -ol.l. loolosl aaiti. o. s ect iitileisl Ihe -iirlit that im-t my eye-! Pitt.tiir niioii her in"tlit-rV lap. With liahj f.ire vvi-c. Was a H.t' ehil.I with siuim-curls. Itlne cjos unit .Iiiii.h'l 1 iiin. Ami a jomiif. puri-an.l lovi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 November 1883

rT,fT7T,i TTATT? T-T, A r J"AXj x A VALLEE HAROLD, Alitor. is.uukday. n'uvkmiikk irm. i-wi. The national debt was reduced 10,0X),000 during last month. tJood. The four huudrelli anuiver-ary of Martin Luther wascelebrnted lat 2f:il tirtlav. There manv signs that ire-ideHtial boom is being carefully 'ultivatcd. The political mathematicians are Itu-ily arranging their tables. since hist week's !. tion-. William T. Sherman, the retiring General of the Army, has taken up hi- permanent residenccin St. Loui.-. And now it is a Kansas City justice wi.o comes rambling along and sav-s that Sunday shaving is a work of ne ee--ity. It is not probablenow that the lem ocrats will as heartily ob-erie Thanks giving day as they intended a few d:i back. labour, and hi- crowd of rcpudia tors must go. That is glorv enough for one day. Ho-ior to the "Old Io miiiion !"' Onr hundred a nil thirty thou-and Americans visited Kurope, this ear. The greute-t number for any one year heretofore. K-en.itor Cankling ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 November 1883

1 Official Directory COUNTY OFFICERS. Kejiresculatlve l'ruexutloe.ttjrner ... Cl rk ol Circuit Court . . i.'ierk uf County Court . nh-rill Collector 'treasurer Ab?e or surveyor s-chool Coinmi-eioiier . . . l-uhlic Aduiiu&trator . . Vallce Harold lules 11, jiii;:noii C C. Keriagou I.xtiis Naumauii ...Francis!. Zie;rlcr .. .Oliver I). Harris Frank lluck .. .1'aul I.. I.einl.e r'elix li .Janis 0 C. lioier U. S KKXATOSS. Hon Francis St. C'ockrell, Warn-ni-hur;r, a'idn.'sM 11. Johnson county. W a-hniglou f-uuitecntli -tre-t, N . Hon tieorge i. Ve-.t, c:!.ilia, 1'ettH coiintv. Wa-hiu-tlon addrc;3: tilw Fourteenth otreet, ". UEI'RESENTATIVK IN CONGRESS FIRST JjISTRICI' Hon. Martin I. Clanlv, Kariiiiii;.1on. M Krancoi- comity. Washington addre : C'-J 'I hirteeiith street, N. W. STA I E Burrett SENATOR. Oliver Jackson, Cape II. .n. li county. CITY OFFICERS. Cliarle .Mayor I'irst Wai.l. . t'Ccuivl Ward I lii i.l Wurd..' C. Kozier ValvutiLt Knttlcr llU "...Inkerst ..Anton -.iiiipstin I W ....

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

MISlTIXANnOr.S. The natiers arc nssortinj: thru Sluitnt Kvarl--. in the Yellowstone I'nrk. i-i ji:mu-l in honor of Secretary J"v:irt. Ii-take. The mountain is - iiuhumI in honorof .Mr.KvarKuf Philadelphia, one of (icncr.ll YV.-i-hlmnie'.s e.plunji in 170. who was lo-t on the ratine anil rtajiil lo-t for llm-tv-eiht day-. 1). troil '. Tin; main trouhle of the Mexican lionmlarv 'jmini--in, v.liich has lin ishrd its lahor-, was in lindhi"; tiie I'liiled State- monuments ami tleter miiiinj; whether they were in iro;.cr po-ition. The natives had put many of them to queer u-es. In one place a monument iiad lie'-n used in eon-tnict-iti a chi.nney. ajjain-t which ne-tiu.il an adobe house. .V. 1'. raid. Il is live car- since II. 1! of Dallas, Te.,'hft his home to vi-it New Mi'ico. His friends did not hear of him ajrain. Ilecojitly a party of touri-t-. at the San Carlos "reservation founil fa-toneil to a tree a key-rin medal with the name "M. I!. Cook' engraved on it, anil under it, carved 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. — 24 November 1883

t FAIR volume xir. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 188:5. NUMBER 2.-). DEFEAT. Ity bitter Mlirrima,.-.. hT7.ffl.l to win liio-e lar ilim timers tli.il lie v.ntiM roam w"1""- HiroiiL-!. ..u!is of .,rti. u.i vvitli .lniu si ".i ii. " """m""'""' "T r-liI"lc 'lI'itL' ,vlth I"""'ln whence flip uVur i-I-nniir. O'er 1.V.tl!4 of CI1VV, stmi;.. vt hcie. III c" scoi-pioa I His (Hirer Tift in-l oiiH.inl lo attain 'Hie luriiiff bourn l iliat ile-lreO (loiii-im -Ami Ih-rr- ut Intl. win n fusiliv-Miri.it', He t hiti'ln-fl tl.c nudity i lariua ut the if:itc j iiKiini-iit mine, nml w hill- lis jiroml m--J"!ie Iu-.uti -.vuuM ruck, tlio KirtaS vvouM uncliw lint tlicn. i-vi-u then, by sonic loiciloom iiro tntiti.l, Jlf'iniiiiHil .l.-Hil ciehis lint luul wiikeil nne sounii: lliljty I'turrtit, In io-jit'x Maytiiiiic. (OUKTSIIM'. Court hip, like nio-t other matter-, re lating to loe ami matrimonii , may be sanl lo ;ucM;iit abuuilant .-coie for ec centric ami original ileveloinin-iitv. It is :...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 November 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. VAL I. HE 11. 1 !:!. IK rAiuu: a.':i;.';i)AV. .iiiVKMIsr.ltilTH, lial. A new time -lamiar ! v -u ef feel la-t .Siuiiiav. - , .Mi-otiri ha I'onr thou-anl -t!oon. ' in round number-. CAr- The po-fsl suite i1- jjenr.i!'i .ns-id-ercil to be a tniltire. Out 1 ninet v-l'uiir ''ntpv-inii from the South, only eleven are lie- nublleM!-". As the extreme ohi weather ilrawtii apaeetha"mi inn irl" i-raiiidh Uii !! - in' IIJ) fotllKi. The rlansate L'atherinjr in Ura-.liin-ton anil the liuhl over the -jinil- of olliec will Hxia hein. .John !!. Clark. .Jr.. of tlii- -tate ! a ealiliilate for clerk of the national hrti5eof reiire-!italive ami i-. eoit-M-enal i:i the lead. The Doliildian fro-jiect :i:id News i !...,... t...lfi ..!.'ir."i..l IfiTid- ill ft.. t.-i-t I two weel:. We tri-.li eai-h -a.-ce--, under it new management. n,e f'l,.-.rle,ioii ,-,-n-r -!iow- ., , . ..i-it. ,';it..,i proper anineciaiio nation wln'ii it hoUt the tieket of Tilden and Ilenderiek-. for 1 1. A New Vork 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. — 24 November 1883

Ofiiektl Dii'octoi-v county ufkichks. ll-.-l ren-niu;!.'- I'r.ei-ciilin:; AtMn,tT dirk of Circuit Oi'-irt . v li-ik ji Omniy Ciuit. -iifrifl Oillvctt.r T:iturT A"0:-.'1" . . .arv-v.ir r-clj"!' ..mini i-.m-r 1'ublic Aii.iii-lnit"r allr HaruM J uli- IS. (.mnoii ; . .t Kvrla?u j . I.uu Naiiliiaijn ; .r'ranoi- ). '.i.-'l'-r Oliver H- ll:.rri- 1 .. . Krai.s llm k .l:i.l I- l.-i.ite rVnx II JjiiN , . . . O. , ll'.jacr I cnjijriT coriiT. t.ur.e. H. r.., Jwlsv, Fifi'-r.i-kt'iivii. Ma-1-' 't-ou county, sj.riiiir'l'-ini . t ir-t .MdKilav 1" Mav ...First M .u.l.iv 11. ...vu..i.r FUOKA'l'i; C'liM.'T. . . Itm Win. II. Kai.u .... .mi.iu riiiJnrl'-im - . . -.in! Mmniay in M.mli -UllilM'T I i-i III J all Til m iut'.i I 1111 ' 7v"I"i.'hf-i" r-i"im .l'.l'ii.i 11 i'wiiwi fJOCM'V COL'KT lion. -. 'V. 13.111:111 . .. JI-.ii. . w ..riimli II.... 1' ii II... l-i.-.i tli.ir .Ji:-ti.-c- . Avoiale .lu-l. ,..-::!If .lll-llff -.tiiiS'lfriu . -i-.-.ii'l .M'MPla. iii .11.1 (-iijiiii.it I inn -it'in'l M'"j'ia :ii ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 November 1883

MISCEl.TiAXEOUS. Tn twenty-two years ninu polief itipii " I m.m-11 munltTcil in .St. Louts. S7. I.onix 'u.s.'. The New Orli-ans Council h:i prantcl tin; ii-'' "f tho upper city park For ni't v.-:irt the WorM's Kiositiim. ami njipropriati-d .tIOI',000 lo enibellNh tin: romi'ls ami erect :i horticultural liall. -V. O. I'lnt'tunr. A sparrow iiii'Iit a full lifail of Fti-am eolliili-il with a merchant tins other lav :is he was Iiri-kly nmmlinx tin-(orni-r of an old wall in I.ouNvilli'. 'I'he liinl- bill ntereil tho eorner of hi-! -ye ami le-troyeilthe.Mj:ht. Louis ville ' 'tt'iricr-fonrwtl. Tin: Philadelphia Call has the mis forluue to kuw Mum men who aro .-o Kiiier-lit;ous that thoy m-ver epeml monev on .Monday, 1 ui'-nay or . inn.- dav. alwavs ileeKne to mm; cr.'dilors on Thur-day "or Saturday, and never un- h'r any circuintanee.s pay a bill on J'ridav. The walnut tree which -erved a a whipin-pot when- deserters and torie- were puni-hed during the ltevo lution .-till Maud- near l'i-li...

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

I Hi -firs 3R5. vr-T' f -.-as. fisr-. VOLUME XI r. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. DECEMBEU 1, lSS:i. NUMl?ER-2l5. PLAY 3- rii.ixjxsaii'fxa. TVirtho liay ami tin- coin nii.l thu wheat that i- ii iipe.!, . , Jt'K . r-jrlln- i.ilxii- vet ll iliine.an.Hheliimis lhat are h'-apel. I'nr the Mm ninl thnli 'Will!.! tin mvii I hiuioy-i-unili. Tor tin- ru-c ami tin- wn;' an l thi; l.arvi st tine, hi limnc- '1 imrik.- i v inxr! tli iak.riviii:r! for the tra'le ami the skill an! the wealth in mir lan-1, l'nr the i-inuiiMT unit strcimth nf the writing- niiinV h in 1. for the iri.o.1 that our arti-t-an 1 pm-'- Iiavi; iimpM. forth-- lri-i"ii:iis that l.np.-an i alu-eiion iiuii- l.nmaut , , - , -., " h.uitoa.Cilltr'-timillisrli la:. I'm-tin-homos that with purest TretI'"ti are l.le-t, " ' J Jr 1'iti- tin- --a-'n iif pleiiti'aii.l wi INI. -on lit n-t. " . Tim-niiri-oiiiitry I'XtiMitllnfrom k:i unto .-ti, "lit' laii'l that is Known the "Jaii.1 ol the -iii - 'I lian'v.-'-u I ii jr I tbankujrlviii;: '. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 December 1883

THE FAIR PLiAY. VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATUUDAY. DECEMllER 1ST. 1SJ. Congress Trill convene nest Monday. The anti-Prohibitionist think they hold the edge in the Iowa legislature. The wicked city of Chicago lias more saloons than the whole slate of Missouri. eee Conkling still holds to the opinion that the Democrats will elect the Pres ident next year. Thus early the ever vindictive Globe-Democrat has begun to wave the bloody shirt. "Will you irrigate vonr interior?'' U the latest variation of asking a friend to take soinethin'. eee The rccordsof the national treasury show that not a single woman has been discharged for dishonesty. Commissioner Dudley thinks that there will be50.000claiin for arrearag es of pensions filed within the coming vear. lieu IJiitler estimates that there arc one million laborers and trades ncoplc iu this country who want him for President. The taxes on liquors and tobacco consumed iu this country bring an an nual revenue to the government of $144,555,866. Do...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 December 1883

Official Directoi'v county officeus. Jiiiie-ciilatlve J'roM.'ciitintf Attorney. . .. Oerk ut' Cirruit omrt .. Icrk of County Court -iH-rifl .IIcft'tr liejMirrr ... A e-or nrv'or -;lnol (.'nciii-i.:Mr I'uMic Almii?liatr . . .Vallre IIiin.M . ..Jules IS, Ouimiii . C herlaij'Hi I.-ui& Naumaiiit ...I ram-is .1. ii"li-r . olixt-r I. Harris. ... .Frank Jlin-k i. K.ier j CIKCUIT COURT. lumen I). Kox, Jul?e, rreleiicLtuxvii, Jla't-;-i.n county. r'rili;rTellii. Tall "Icrin I'lr-t Mr.inlay tn Ma Kirjt M .mlu hi NuxeiulH-r 1'IJOUATi: COURT. Hun. Wm. II. lUnti JnI?c .-iriu; Term -ew.ii'l MmM-iy iiiMareh MilutH'T I et in .-c-con'1 Mon.iay iii.tti.c Fall Tcnit -i'oin.1 Muit'Iax in .-citt-:ni;r XX inter li-rni .-..vii'l Mni'Iuj in Hscimlior COl'STV coui:t Hon. XV. Ilaintn I'n.MIn8 .In-tice H-ii. .eo. XV. (riilitii . . Avwiale Justice ilmi. li.niiaii Ili-.ik . . ...WM-iutc .Ill-tic--I'lingTcnn . . -.-r..ii'l Mi.inl.iy in Iaj MimnnT'lcriii -t-ni'l M('tla in Au;rti-t "lVrm i--tii:il Vtt!.ti.i hi ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 December 1883

A Swindled Saint. The Trihunc lias heard of a misfor tune which has befalioii one of the Sev I'titb's which is mo-t pathetic. The Morv runs that in trying to live np to his privileges he besought a discrimi nating lady to accept a fraction of his heart ami home. He bears a name which is much noted in Zion; he holds a high position in botli the church and the 'state, and hence he pursued his wooing with assurance anil conlidenee. After '"going through the reasonable stages of 'covtn's, maidenly re-en c and timidity; "after ji-diing a reasonable number of "times if he was certain bis love was grounded in bed-rock deep enough to stand solid through .all the imitations of this trying old world, the ladv" at lnt -unconditionally surren dered; aspired him thafhis J-mciii'i-tions were sinidy irn-itiblo against all the strength xxbicli her nsceptiblu heart could muMer to resist, but that marriage, even in Utah, was a s:erious buViM!-; that a second or third wife, even protected by their hol...

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 December 1883

FA 3 PLAY. VOLUME XI h STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 1383. NUMBER 27, THE TWO .V EX OF COLOGNE.' A lonir lirnciiiro. there liuil. in I olo;riie, littoxon Miller :ni'l ltiurt Vail Tunc; Awl otro wrote fn!d's. Hut KiiuTt minle tables "The very hcst I allies that ex'er xiere laioxvur' Fo aitl cxery sen-tl.'.e Iran in I'olojrnc. Triem! ltiiiirl," sail Otto von Ilillur, one lay. "t'lllic, t ! J me the xoniVrflll n ason, I J'lax. Why mi'ii rail ou clexer, When, te.tlly. Jou llcler I'mfecii to have xcry ninth learninif. xou kllllVV. Jxirl I well, in Irtilli, recnou;;h forn -him-! Tin inn-trr of Latin. I'm famous in l'r-eU, Hoth I'lcnt h uinl Italian 1 lliientl Se.tk; I coillii tall. ly the cur Of our Nation' career: Yet. some oik.- lias siM-lii lii" shame! it I Known Tiiat I am the tuii.lest man in Cologne!' Sai.l Itnp'Tt Van Ton: trx it. I'll t-H JOII til..- M-CTft liliet." Ifyou'Il promise to -I'xo. learni-l to keep "Itm I'xe -o mm li to 5ayt" '"Twonl'ioil in ailay: Who I 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 December 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. VA L L EE HA II OL 1), Editor. SATL'IHIAY. IiKCEMllKKSIH. -t6i. Tiicrc will ue no v:ir between China ami France. England doesn't wish it. The national bear garden Congress opened for business on Monday last. France lias rescinded the decree pro hibiting the admission of Aiiicr2r.ui pork in her ports. John I!. Clark, of our own state, se cured tho big prize of clerk ot the house of representative-;. European naval authorities say our newest and best ship i-n't as safe at sea as an old tub would be. It is stated that Judah I. Benjamin will return to this country and again make his home among us. With both the speaker and clerk, the star of empire is taking it-, course over to the Went pretty rapidly. Don Patricio Milmo is n big Mexican millionaire. In the "auld count hry" lie was plain and simple Patrick Miles. Some fellow an in attempt (o boiip-roarieu-ly funny, propose-- liutlcr aud Mahoue a? the Keptiblicau ticket for "8!. John G, Carlisle is the name of the gentlema...

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 December 1883

AUT AWFUL, CRASH IN PRICES! ROZIBRJJOKBRST'S MAMMOTH STORE I Conic ni plating with the arrival of the Xew Year a change in our linn ami a biir reduction in the .stock of goods we annually car ry, we have determined to offer Every Article in our store at AN IMMENSE REDUCTION. For thirty-live days commencing on IMoaiday, December lOtll, S.SB3, we will mark 'way down every item of our immense stock, consisting of DRY GOODS, WIS, GUHK, HA1WARE, piWIE, BOOTS Al SHOES, lints and Caps, Groceries, Furniture, and in fact everything carried in a General Merchandising Store, and give such Bargains as were never before offered to the people of Ste. Genevieve and surrounding territory. Contrany to all our expectations the winter promises to he exceedingly mild and open ami we must sell our special season goods at any price, for we will not cany over any stock, no matter how great our loss in selling same; therefore we make special drives in Overcoats and Heavy Clothing ; Special cuts in Boots an...

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 December 1883

FA KM AM) FIRESIDE. Farm mi'l Oanlrn says nn aero will proiluco live or i times thr amount of slnnvlM'rric- it will wheat. AiMtiui;r ilre-iinjf for fowl.? is made of mashed potato, well seasoned: for ducks or for wild piino a flavor of onions is desirable; herbs al-o may 1)0 idded. -V. 1. '"if. Iireeil u the tows; brin; them to as near perfection as possible. Weed out the unprovable, though you pive t In-ill away, and et your standard at not less tlian a pound a day per cow for at least eiht months in the year. Chicago Journal. I'niit sauces may be made by tak ing one cupful of preserved or canned fruit, sweetening to taste and stirring fnto a cupful and a half of boiling milk previouslv tliickiased with a Iitllo corn starch. Tiien beat well. Add sweet ened water or milk, hot. as necessary to make thinner if too thick. llujj'nlo JUjircss. Cranberry pudding is made by pouring boiling water on a pint of dried bread crumbs: melt a talili-spoonful of butter ami stir in. When the bread i...

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