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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 December 1883

FAIR IgSli; PLAY. , SftST!: VOLUME Xir. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SAT TIM) AY. DECEMBER ISS'i. NUM1ER 2S. a CM'Ti'iu:: I cniiiMit it; i I inn not rouiJ, I have no -m.ill'-t will Tovaunl nivscil ami seek applause lor ti.ivin"-1lstlavctl -Kill. II co-t no "-Kill ; tlic'i-u-icst tiling In lili' il u.i t in; I caujrlit il without u-e of li:iit, S-ii-ii' il.-. , tricks oiil or new; Anl till I mil not vain of that. As mav I have 1m en Smu t inn s at a tacilily Tiijt untile niotpiicL to win, 1 ranjrtii it; yt'i I am not irmi'i, Ali'l joii iiic quite ililt.tir To -.iv tliat I i:ir.c!c it. though. Aii'l show it everywhere. 1M rather not; it not my fault Thecajituic will ohtrliiic Tlioiiah I nniiM lu-le it ll 1 eouM IN rsistentlv anl mile. O! villoma I to w.iy elate An-I step tirierirart :uil IkiM' 1 ciitixht it. lait am jnsi as inc.tf. Tor I have e.uiuht- aroM! M. Hul.'i, m ..imj1M i.Uci.-t.i lit ivli-Utmt. AX lNTKI'i:.STl.(J rATIKXT. j Two men s.-it in a plea-ant room in a city boarding-house, c...

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 December 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. VALl.Ei: JU.'O.. JMitor. m.'il"i:iiav. i:a.M!:i:i;ivi 11..1--1. i-x.j.i liui liti C01UIKS1J0XDE. X . i'lKMI BI.O!HMaI.K. .MO. f Jo-tjili Cvnhaui i- t; I If .lillitilit- Cnhlxvin nt" t!,o Mn,l.i,. ... J - ...4. Ull Hill llt.mll. xva-n't -1. awful little ;imi ' -o ex'-o-ively mode-t. v.ij won!l -ur-llii-e from the way lie is -.la-iiiiij: . nroun.i in defen-e 01 tl,.- I'ir.-1 knock down Jtr the Crhtea- luixiit rat ini, Unit Jio want ;;-. rii. den ron L i to appoint Iiiia a- Major in the iniiiUu. A irrcoii Christ nt:i, they ay. mean4 ;i full . " t ' I "I . .. I . . II IV . of liMl.t-..a 1 . i i"uis-i i'aii: i'i.AYv;i-a "i;u-v ami many of our ci:iztn siv thaf.roii 1 irnrv fii if.; .......: . r- t it 0 rriil. u;i ri-rnriiin,- tt-.x... t. :.tgc..,n.I we venture to -ay that there reduction in price, it i- "ro-.vin-' bet- (T-"" TV, 1,1 hi ,1"""- 1"' ''Covered . wren-- .. nlml o,H,.r,. thou- t, rand belter UV o.,-H.,.-...j; ....... ?. :.rtL """"! ."j-1 ".i.l.II,. of the The.!.....

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 December 1883

1 I THE &BEAT MARK DOWN SALE HAS BEGUN 0ZIER& JOEERSTS Last week we avo notice to the public that on Monday last we would mark down our immense stock and oiler the hest. BAR GAINS ever put before the people in this town and county. We have completed the marking down process, and to convince you that we have done just exactly what we said we would, we u'ive the following list of A FEW OF OUR CHEAT SACRIFICE BARGAINS Overcoats reduced as follows : Lot No. 1, from $i.00 to sl.oO : Lot No. 2, 8.00 to O.fiO : No. :i. KM to C.r0 : Lot. No. -i. 7.2;") to iSA): Lot No. 5, 8.00 to 0.50: Lot No. 0, 10 to 8.75 : Lot No. 7, IS to 1 1.50: Lot No. 8, 10 to ?M: Lot No. 0. 17 to 15: Lot No. 3 0, 18 to 15.25. ' 3H O O T Sfe I All Boots, both heavy and line, 10 per cent less than old mark. A rood rubber knee hoot for two dollars and fifty cents. 5 d 332 S or one One hundred pieces of standard prints, such as Cocheco, American, Pacific, Alien's, Merrimac. etc., old price 12 yards f -dollar, re...

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 December 1883

snscniXANrous. Tlie Falury if t lie; Mayor of New York i.s .?H.ik':i c:ir. The - of a l'rcncli wont in Kn jrlKh composition fre uu-nth till- the place of an :-lca. A". )'. l'i'itinn - In U-y mi ami lloilaml (ho rail way embankments an- fnrmcil out to a company which rai-os apples upon th-rn. A svtidicatt; of yoiiiijf Mormon Faint-lias pun-ha-ril a sil! on the wist hank of the .Ionian, opposite Halt l.aku City, awl jmipo-e -tartin a town there. Cfticitijo Ttmrg. The tn-a-urrr if Carroll County, Ark., pla'-o! :7. 0 in an ohl hoot for fafe-krepin;:, il:u-iiir tho hoot in a pile of rubbish. Now hi; is trvinifto ne gotiate with the man whostolu his boot A. )'. (ira..u: The Memphis (Tenn.) .iralanrhc F.avs that a ruini- of Southern editors shou- two Captain-, -eu nleen Major-, .-even Generals anil I.SJO Colonel';. Tln-tr are no privates anil no oHieers below the rank of Captain. The hotels of America have won jjo'mI opinion- from our distinguished foreign rucst- of the .-ea-on. Lord Colei...

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 December 1883

FATE illi PLAY. VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 188:5. NUMBER 21). To m Katie I said: "It's a taste I'v lliim lips tint I'd have, an- Ill'Iads They l,elou;r to me now M Vei-elf, Air mj puny lur ki--in" aue made." ilut alii-answered an' touM me. wll eycl That no star in tin- sky couM viip-i-: "An' it's thrue they leNin-.' to ycr-nf, bure limy 'ml je its, jcromi lip, "J 115; iv," 1 cried, "j to -palio. An' sn.iu-r nor honey. The -tin I" uuwMr hy tar." Iliit -lie vowed Thy likes 11 v it couldn't heiloiie. Thin I offered the sameto r-!on-Wlclascal ji.-t as tlir.iees tiicday: Hill !) i-aul: "I 'minever take hack Wlialonce I hat imuu away." "An' I'll lmil j the loan uv "111, dear," I lephe.i; Imt wnl iiit'ii.te scorn She axed, did 1 timi th il hr hps Wcie made fur to rint or to pawn? Thin I vit jist a? mute a a stone, An' mver a until del I mv. Till Katie, onaisy like, nontcil her Hps (Uch, the io'ne ! in a ravi-liin' way. An" wlil dimples in tiinpt all the faints....

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 December 1883

k ! vm.i.ei: iiMinLh, i:i;tr. --.vt i;i:i.vk . ))K(.kmi:;.i: jjvi), is-;. t ...1 ..i. .ot-il. i. ........ tn nififi .. ..fu.il """""' " will. sj After next week ihe political battle w it! open :tl! along the line. Pettis county will have :i &lo'.'00 'irt house and l!ie Scdali.t I 'emoenit i- hiiiiy. Our strictly orthodox friend of the 1" .rinington Tunc- will gently protest .n.tiii'-t onr reading of the scriptures -:.nd on earth, peace ! men of good w il! hnt we v. Nh !iim a !ar",ohuik of jo3 of the sea-oil, all the -ami'. It's a delightful thing to sec lit-jmb-i' .ins turning disabled ex-union -.dd-i- i - out of the warm places aiid ro- '-..-iUjr Ihflll Teeollslm.-l.'d"' i bcls. as wa done tin: other days hy : majority in the l.'niled Stairs Sen- a : We fear that onr rcprc-eii!u;te, l. n. JIartin L. Clardy, hating been '.'.-thle through -tcUuc.-s t attend the ; ' m-Mitt'ie caucus an.l vole for the i ' . 'it man for -peaker, will ";' '" high 1 -.e e on any of the important holi-...

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 December 1883

A FEW MORE GREAT BARGAINS MAMMOTH ST ORE FIGURES I1VER LIB. To give you a list of every one of the GREAT BARGAINS we are offering for the next twenty days would take up too much of our own time and overcrowd the columns of the Faik Play, so we just advertise a lew more this week in addition to those shown last week. Here thcv are : One yard wide Lonsdale Bleached Domestic reduced to 10 cents per yard. Good .'J-1 yard wide half hlenched Domestic reduc ed to 5 cents per yard. Best white shirt in town for $1.2f). CLOAKS ID mm KeciiKutter axes (plain) reduced to 80 cents. Hunt's axes, SO cents. Caruth axes. 80 cents. Gold Dust Diamond Hdge 70 els. .Best White Xavy Beans retail 4 cents per pounds; by the bushel for less, sixty pounds to ihe bushel. We also have on hand a full stock of Homemade Candies, Cakes. Firs. Cigars, Mince Meat, etc, m m Ladies Cloaks and Shawls we almost irive awav. Standard stvles of Dress Goods offered at such low liiiures that anv other mer pantile house would ...

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 December 1883

Diamond Cutting. A Chicago dealer said to .1 reporter: "Diamonds arc valued in thi coun try almo-t purely accordin;' to their de prce of brilliancy. We've sold carat stones lien- as hijrli as iMK while ot her carat stone- may he boti-rlit for &.''. W claim that tlii; American method of cutting diamonds enhance-, the value of the stone, on the average, hy twenty live per cent. The tool- u-el in our business are the diamond cleaver, u-ed in chipping oir this or that eiie of the rouh stone, ii-ele.-s for its ultimate shape: the cutting stick, tin; cutting liot, the diamond reducer, the pauo for measurin;r diamonds", a very eaet instru nt; the revolving disk, the set ting hench, the hand-clamp, the tweezer-, the block, tile-, screws, etc." And how about the method of cut ting?" was aked. The lir.-t operation is to put two rou;h stones on the 'cutting -ticks' im bedded in cement, and place them over the opening of the 'cutting bo.' That is, as you see, a mahogany box, silver faced," ...

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 December 1883

THE FAIR PLAY. VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATURDAT. UECEMBEB TU. 1SSJ. We wish all our readers a Ilappv New Year! St. Louis is layin herself out quite nobly to get the national Democratic convention. The muscle of a base ball player commands a higher salary than the brains of a Circuit Judge. There will not be near so many can didates from the Southeast for 6late offices as some people believe. The Globe-Democrat has a new press that will print, cut, paste and fold 24,000 papers of aBy size, from S to 24 pages, per hour. Now that O'Donnell has been hung it will be in order for Congressman Finnerty to give the tail of the liritish lion au extra twist or so. Now that the new Year is s close upon us Stokes, of the Enterprise Messenger, ought to shake hands and make up with all the boys. Evervbody connected with this of fice took his Chrismas like a christian. but the "Best and Only Democratic' appeaas on time, all the same. The national Kcptiblican convention is already called to meet at C...

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 December 1883

- - i j j ' . Jll "ll yji il Vf hllfe'SS flWTi i r': :. r' V 'W- c..! a wiv. ercat i., 1 Mn Ll1 W. W ?N s ('iih'.'i 'i-' A ;'f-f' nini: th" :i-!M- with tev new knife. - r.r . rie.L 4f '- Jy - : 7 v- v --IW ti SlJLLv A-&"tYvV- ..iu no-l.V 1 ..t rti:.'.'" -ted t',- l-.-i!,Kr.,!. rA-AW? I't iiwr o:, k:ii.! Am.ll , . . ir ( fsfefer-'-r V h-VJv1 ykJ.V' fH..:,.i..rh!l.,!t;.f.:.r ;;!,. i.j v, r: '-e.-!L:u::::'.t.;..,,,"t ,vp 4; i ' f f liSOl U U-!- old c,cc:ci;iro,xr,TZ. ,.;:va, " 4 h W I V "SK fr1, 'V W ' l l..-..!rtaM.'.....l :;! ; nipt .-I..- .., w i; ;., ; . ..lt s it ;f.- , . Su .:. win. . .I. n n:i:il. ;. I- j-r :.. r.ii. . - ' .jyn sHy?" i -v .-.':.'.n::-.i;.;,ly.tti!h:l.ij,-ixf.,i h, .i,::,!,.,. !..! ..u -Jte ftp V; W")'' " 5t!e'S5S?f''".- " &W . Ahvay yawr n-si..m nr..'. aUvay-s Hm ?::m.' an.T : kniW ,..,,. j,,,, it u:i w;:r ,!:.:, ...:i!.i.-. ..n.iu.t lhat .W- him 0 H:V:i?)';0-tZI" VtVH7 ' v 'l...r.ilr.v(.th.-.i;:.r ,!::.!. T,..r Wlil..1.-.!lo:ii:!nni;.t-:8l.V!v. , ;!.! ,...

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 December 1883

HAROLD, Publisher. STK. OENKYIVK, - - MISSOURI. ov jv ciicucu-sTErs. 1 came out of church; the prand music was over, Thcliells had ts n rumr. But niy heart was still Hiii"K tuo i"i fullest carol Mr heart ever eunsr. I went throuVh the verbs: 'io be lovetl, t he hateii For theie in the glint, Christmas sun-uiae he wane 1, on t!ie church-step? Tou fee, I hud promised to inke him a jne ent Tliat beautiful day. And though it was costly, I'm sure I was williirx To (rive it awav: And thoiiph on that moment my life was d.. pcu;iiiir. Too proud ,.t n:y Mjwer, I e:ood there pre tcimimr, Un the church-steps. And what was this present the dear lioy ex pected ': Vol iroose, ean't you jruccs ? Well, listen lie u.kcd ic'ni liari with his ej eh row. I hud t i say yes. He knew lie had loii.jucred, I made no re sistance. But (rave him my love for his Live and exist ence. There, on the church-steps. V. Y. i.r-iihie. "Firs! my mo'.her she died, thin my la'her he got married ; then my father he died an...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 December 1883

THE TALK OFAVEli Y BAD BOY. a.ovc her still .lark eyebrow, u- wath ' her ch-ak. turned th- key in li.-r ' r. whi"h beamed with a laild, tin 'h! is the tn'e nf u l-...-.- i.,i Hi- int.. 1 lieeonM ..tiiei - rlt-tniniioy ' h-l't her soil brown eves, and :i ji'.rn-- ili. n b:i. i you tiiink till iv wiu louu.ito i ant winter bloom lincrcl on lar ini.l.tv The veiy L.ii-1 win: of this very la 1 Loy? n Iho i.iirht lK-fore iirW:i!:is, .-t. Xick to iv I wrinkled friee. It vva from n.-r . r; .u-I. had r-- I civcd all tit.' pict ire-books ami suuar- jo n.K-kinis wi re l.iiiu.- i.y tli very La.l I'"""". almost aiwavs tie-tow. ti in r- . ,, . , ! feet silence, thai had 1 ..rsiriit .-(.-. 1 and " " 1 In himself : ".if the c-veot ( hrist- i ... i i .-in 7 i iii;,sjv .vtii nrist. sv--!i-tji-.t her childhood, (.randnia To'.l'.nliic lliy li-tn- trifk I'!l f.mi.l.iv i Voil llnrk. Vi.ll Mar !i -illinK ill ' t! ... Hie tin: 1 11 n-i les-otis in deportim-nt, an I (irainl- and took from her 1 oni a note, w...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 December 1883

OLD ASfl XEVT. The X'-ir Y.-rir mtiv 1a- p'-n'-ion. 'I Ik N.-iv Vi'jr limy l- ii'e-t; I'm iha-.ll.l Yea: i iuiii'I llKllJ, Awl uM irieli'ls art- 1 a.t. Tin- No' Vc ir is a lov.'iy youth, I !n- ! l i- Ik-.h an I to ai : II. ii e uiis..; en-i t - v.it:i iia-arv hairf. We lain avtmitl hate Lin. .-lay. Hi.- N'rtt Y.-nre-in iiaay !ai;,-!l All'l 1 -ally l-in Ila- Mlia: I;.tl IhaoiM Year's tai.a-aa is su ie-t .T still jti it- i!:iii tvle.-pertin. The N '' Yf.tr may tirxm;! fair ail l.l.i.an anal fruit to eaa-iia-: llnl Hi'- ill I V"-r has :' -:;p'-'l ills imia, All'l In ill his hiirre-t hanif. On, New --.r'. z-.iv .V -w Ya-irt lie hli'lia- mill -Jronir of Hi: Ya.allh 11 Mil! tuna- fair I.anilhl.O 1 Anal ii.ri- tin.- tnaar i'ar chi.l. liai' this wo wi-li van. wi-hinir wo!!. 'i'll.ll wilfll y.illt a'll I shall I e, A- mm ! iii mr i ma- al.-.ir ' ;, Yei., r-4. tve limy n:o :r.l lnr lies'. .-.mmim a w'ttlyr. lit ' hriMi in F'lii.ill. ill; ! ' L 't Our Daughter and Neighbor-s Son Decide . . . ,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 December 1883

TIIE FA Hi PLAY I-iir J -lav rJ'iiii'r-'. The IM in- t -.it . I'.Y J. t'l. NV , . : !l i crav ar- li.' in ii :- Lap- Mi'i i'.-1-.ir. i tit: i . j ; i i i WITiBT WilRD STOSS ;: r. iiia'.'az.iie or iiiuitti.lv voti tan Fiil .He money ov !i-::Vili'r Your i pur ::t !.!- i'i'-. or v. ill un-r .1 -.i ; 1 . An-!.--.-, e th" l-P n;o:;m .-.ol -il' ii'--- met- il.- . T. For I ..-at Ii ' !:-. nur. -Wheat ;,t che t one Mii'- Load yi.i.i' i,i-;.,l. Jin. -bold hlll'x'ar i- abroad. I '(!'. ntri-;i -on the in y I'm- i i:.:-. Tii" car i- in .i i.i- '-'l IIA1MMS .v JAXiS, 6TE. t-K.EV!KVi: SU'tS ASS' -ri.. ui:s;. n.vi . to. FAI L L. hKMI'IvK, C SAVE YOUE H01IEY If .u wi-li l'i -!:!- r.he fir MY Set t il n-.ifi! r.! lI!:.t- :! ! i.,' i .:,rr Mi'i iT'ir. ... ...... ... .- -2 mn imi is ik. m I J - :i w .:; I I nl.i . '.vi'f iJ:,i;;fc!!u.i-,,V!3!lv,.!!,:'' coMPLi-yn-: in all dkpautmknts. ' " ' I !: ::-. il I. !:- -!;!! '.poll hi- til-' ' , , . i.e i- ,i .- .,.i...-i i .;. .-it. j. '.... " ! ! ! . " i .i "...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 December 1883

f ' ' at. The? t'riinos Committed bv Fourteen-Vcar-OM Kiinrlar. In I!:mnonil Street jail a remarkable jirisoner is at present i-ontinwl. He is Tummy Mclieon, fourteen yi-ars M. who on Thursday last was convicted of Ijiir-rliiry in llio SPiroml li-;rri;e. He is of small stature, with restless pray eyes and a lliin uopirr lip. Yoiinjy a he 1? is well known to the poliee of ISrook ln and New York as a thief and a liurjjlar, and has earned the .sobriquet, which lie proudly wears, of "Jesse James. .r."' When a reporter visited the jail this vomijr Jack Slicppard was lyinjr care lessly upon his eot in his eell, intently ahsorlrttd in an illustrated paper whieh he held up lx-fore him. lie eyed his visitor for a moment, then resumed his paper The keeper apiteared with a youth who had been eoni-iiitM-il to prison for a minor ollense. Toinmv saw him iiass and iumiieil up. exelaiminj: "Hello, voun feller, how much did you fret?'' ''I hree days," resjtonded the lad. "i$y jiniiiniiy, I d like to...

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 December 1883

LAY VOLUME XII. GEXEVIKVK. MO., SATURDAY, DECEMHEIJ '2iK 188:.. Fj p UAHUVS CIIK1STMAS MESSAGE. t'n.Hli.ii.' .l'uvn fin the --Iiei-rt-skiii rujj. l'i'--..-v :eiil wuriti ;.nl Willie. Tie-. .- i'.i:.. h:iT-;iy ri.ti-lf. i! tatl.-. ''.( i. :-.v ui lit:- ua.-in fin- leriit.- , "! ' i- 1 1-1 -t 11 a - e t" --:' i ii -try; "it i-i i r:-;i mil v .! ' rfiv GrHrt; 'I' - i-. : -r - rv '.' ::-;is lillie Kule, l.ltlilC.- it -I .iiili.l-l lace. tl I Sunt:! ("tails i-i - -ui aiT tMi:;.'ht, j i: t : : r-T ui:ea wi :l' c a-:e.-e; j:i ! irit I?.- i .-.iv- le- smc t, I.rit.jf .lu-t -. Ii ; -Ai- j. it. t.i k.-. i." 'i I. ! is.- w.ll i.i i:iu' t:i- :i tr..i'l n vg.m "Hi- Ii l.riitif i. ii- ;i i:.tl. t know." Fai-t 1 1 ai rv: "lit tl l i i:er n.c a ship. V. ii I. -.nis as "a itiir :.s -now." Fo th'-v spoke fif tli'-ir cominjr jojs l:i t!ii ri !.v tlr. i. flit's jiluw. An I llm-i-v rei-l. in :i wUisjM-r: ii, v.'hi'i 'ii t I Ii;.- to know Vh' ic t.illi-:- is s.tiiin:.' It- night t-'si t h' v. a. :t v on ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 January 1884

PLAY. VOLUME- XII. STE. GEXEVIEVE. 110.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1881. NUMBER :U, FATE DREAMS .1A7 DREAMS. A midden sits in a windon- prat. .Ami to ami tii swln her idle feet A -he "HZ". otr at the .-unset jriow Over tlx: tops or th hills or snow; iii liT hip rests a tiook. unopened, forgot. Her ryes are Etudiisr where -ors ln.iy not. As she dioanis nnd .ream. Par up In those mountains of red ami ?o!.l, l.ohind the snow lulls so uhiteand cold, lic(vx. oiilit not. a lover true "!! hi f!er,y '1,-ed fii cantcri!!- llnoiiL-h: lor iho. hrUht o.vcs Hash ami tin- led lips Miii!r Andsliosits there enins a lonjr. Ioiijt while. And dreamsand drt.uus. ! tho sleed is flenv, the vcr is true I nun tliu-iurs ui hi hoots 10 hiseaporiilno; Ami the hot 030 lijsh, ami the c!i eks hum lire Ash.; spurs his horse through the mini ami the mire; At his ,-leaiiv a snorcl, now u.-elcss ami fold, With rare iewo set in its hilt of troM; Thus fhe dreams ami dreams. Ho has traversed thewoild on his steed so licet. Tor...

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 January 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATURDAY. JANUARY 5TII. 18S4. The national debt was reduced about $110,000,000 durinff the the past year. Carlisle seems to have been rather happy in his make up of House com mittees. There is more individually in the Springfield News than in any other paper we have read in a long while. Missouri carries oil' the honors of any one state in the high recognition she gets on the Congressional commit tees. There is considerable talk about calling the Democratic state conven tion as carlv as the first of May. If t lits be decided on the boys had belter be a movin' and that quickly. It is said by a Washington saloon keeper much patronized by that clas that there is very little drinking done bv our national legislators. Let the I'rohibitionist Siick a pin right here The papcts are telling a pretty little story about the present Governor of Idaho refusing his salary for the last six mouths because during that time he could not discharge his duty on ac c...

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 January 1884

n THE FAIR PLAY VAI.UIE UMIOLI), J'ulthher. Fuir lJlav Things. Write it -1. The river i- airain full of i-e. Th; Con" Mill arc shut down for the prc-ent. Th; pn-ent cold -mp Jit I"-'--" a ble-sing to ice pricker-. Mart. Jokcr-t take- passage with this cralt tor tin- coming vear. We plea-atitly not'- the fact there was hut little "-prceing"' on the tirt. Ot late tin: Farmitiitton hack ha buen well patronized with pa--cngcr-. Ed. (,'i.i'ii-. N-w Teni ee. took in tin: hall and mule -oeial calls the next day. The little folk- hail a -vvect "kis--in-; hce" .-.I Mi Mollie doker-t's Thur-day night. J. L. Hoy-ton. St. Lotii-. Mo.. -ays P.rown's Iron littler- is certainly an invaluable tonic." There was a big crowd at the hall at I'liion Mall. New Year- eve, and lite ntr.iir wa- orderly and plea-ant. On the la-i day of the vear our rood friend llei'rv Joker-t stepped in and settled hi--tib-cription account. As we went to pre-- )c-tcrilay afternoon t It- snow wa- shrouding the whole earth in ...

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 January 1884

FARM AM) FIRESIDE. Rice lioileii wry slowly in milk anil (ewftotcned i-s a very palatable and healthy diih for chiltlren. Chicago Jonrnd. It has liccn discovered that potash doi" jjrou'in;; potatoes hut little pood miles applied early ami well mixed with the .-oil. X. Y. Jicratd. Feathers .slightly iineiirlell by the damp air may bo restored by holding over a hot -love, then slinking and re peating until curled, fare should be taken not to burn the feather. X. 1 Pott. To remove riist from saw. ehi-eK etc., lir-t seoiir with emery moistened with sulphuric acid, diluted with m volumes of water, rinse, dry and linish with oil and emery Hour. Troy Times. White Soup: Four potatoe- (I:irg-). one eg, butter, celery eed, one pint of milK. Roil the potatoes, ma-h them line, and add the egtj well beaten, a lit tle celery-seed or salt: boil one pint of milk, and the same of the water in which the potatoes were boiled; pour on to the luittnre boiling hot, stir it well, strain, and send to the t...

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