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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 January 1884

PI, AY. VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. 310.. SATTRDAV. JANUARY 12, 1881, XI MUER IV2. .!-Y .;.; C)XFFSSI. Wli" i t!i:i: Utile nn.tn jh-i-. w itli ...i iin-I .lurk brim 11 liair, Ami Ii.v-mriinii n i.ur.' ilj wile. Whr,V not :i nvy a Mle np':tr. Ami l -..-i, i Ih Ii.-v.- on., hair Mi.- Iit-ar. Ami lon-nr I 1.1.- i-ntt-rum- ni ftir.' My con-nrt. WIiitak' me upon I'vi'rr tiiornin, .VU.uI tin- lime iIh- tl,iy i- .l.iwiiius. My luoir-tati.iii. oaim'ly -.timing; -pOUM'. Vi'lto mark's my oltiili.-ft wiili I mil t ink. Aii.l tl.tin- myi M'liiny juu-k nn um!;. nil.- 1 -II iiy ami MimKf Hill HllllL' Mi Iran. Wlio ';- n;c eve iy !ay fur moicv. Willi i nmiTfiiatiff tlt-murc ani liinnv. Awl -:tll- in.- "iftty boy" ail "Inim-y'r" My hi! ! woman. V. lm runs tliii Imuw liolli utirlit ami l.iy, -nil ovcr.ili cm r".- in-r -wav: W in.- I In -hsmlv, anvH-.iv? My b.-tieriuU: Atirim nIjr. Till i'lKKMA.VS STOiU". Coal-dii-l. cinders, nil anil smoke usually make lit mt-ii :i duly rather firimy-IooUiiiir perso...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 January 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. V ALL EE 11 A HOLD, Editor. SATUHUAV. JAN'l'.VKY IJIII. Int. ; SI. Loui- ha-, been vi-ited by num erous and costly lire- of late. The St. Louis Law and Order League are being driven deeper and deeper into the bu-h. ; Mi-souri is -till climbing U. She ranki second in the number ot her -uicidc for ls:l. The Sedalia democrat will have des perate work to keep the Me'lJonald boom a-boomin'. The actual reduction of the national debt in lfeS:5va-if'f;,00u,OW. The debt is now $l,57.VOt,000. The intcn-e cold of Friday night and Saturday -eems to have extended over the whole country. The new ear Marts oil' badly with an iinu-ual number of lire-, murder.-, aci cident- and mi-hapi of all -ort-. iTneay lie- the head that wear-, a crown. Another attempt wa- made la-t week to :H-as.-inate tin: Car of ISus-ia. The Democrats of the pre-enl Con-gre-5 are said to be solidly in favor of pen-ioniug the survivor- of the Mex ican war. Crittenden .-eein- to have at la-t blundered into gettin...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 January 1884

5 THE FAIR PLAY- -LX1-LJ x -"-----' VAl.LEK U MIO Lli, Vahlhhu: Fair TPlav Things. Clay Ziejzler went up to 1'evely, Tuesday. .Jule.I. Janis -pent lat week in St. Louis. Capt. Alex. Zieg!.r,of IVveiy, w:t dowu tliis week. The river i- -aid t(i hcblo'-ktd op posite I bi- place. Tin: Mine La Motte Couipnay pay'a i.T.'JJiT in taxe-. I!u-inc ha- lii'i'ii oulte dull fur tbc pa-t few day-. An awful fatality lia-r.'!L d among the iiiiiU'-ii-ivi; rabbit- of lute. A great jiia:itity of yuiii- i be ing brought to ibis market. An unu-ually luriri: a:nou:it of ice 5- being packed in thi city. The poor (anil received four new initiates (all colored) en Tuesday. --The pleasant jingle of the -Icigh bell was heard all through tile day. Where is the nri'.i that .iid thi-. was going to be a mill!, open winter. Sulm-ribc for tin- Fair I'i.av "SI per year in advance in-idc the county. Xo mail Saturday, the river being Villi of heavy, floating icc'nid imp:is able. HORN: -On Monday.IioreiuberTtli, lhhl. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 January 1884

A Clilcaso Romance. "Yps Mt-liitablo, wo aro rtiinctl." ' Tlio er.-on tlim.nl'lri-i-oil :i woman past niHille a-o.', ati'I in wlio-e lock-, once rolilen, t Ii silv-ri-tl footprints of time wt-r be-riiininf; to -how, marking with an unerring certainty that was almost painful this la-t. milestones on the riifrril pathway of life looked up at her lni-lmrnl with an epre.sion that .-trove hard to lie cheerful, but in spite of all her Mren5ih of purpo-e. there w:n a nervous ipiiverin of the lips and into the brown ee- there eame a look of mingled wi-tfidne.-i and .-or-voiv that v:i- pitiful. Thirty rars a-jo. wh(!ii Mehitahle None-iifh had married I'ho'iiiv . ISrown, there wa- iioliaiiiNoinerliriili; in all the country round, anil as Pliivnk knelt l;e-ide her at the altar of thelitis chapel that -tood in the dell Ii yond I he meadow, lie felt that with this woman, heautil'id in form and tVatun as tin- ro-e and pure in heart as the lilv, to iruide ami a-si-t him, his life .should he foreve...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 January 1884

4. FAIR P1jA jl '4i.Jr.'-. volume xir. STE. G EXE VI EVE, MO.. SATURDAY. JANUARY 11). 1SS1. NUMliETl. . irair.LV. D-ar woman: Strait:?" it i Siicli onnositc- Iivilv.- that ."ho An i very ire :i man must !e V ho that enigma solves. ,. Jiift Ir-w Iht a "tip, f.miiing-;i!tiinJ; A t;tnilov l tlcrc; . I.0.1I; in Iiit -oil an 1 'llmnM liaiuls fc Vet limy lungs her hair: How hOMiau slmlic-to unite Kl-).itii.y !!-': Ilm t-p t.-.irttntt you'll fitnl I'm right. Mil- iuvcs ,i liiilc vai-i. In such Mift arms there sms to lc Jim Hi ni'iii io wi-iii la'i: Hut :(!! jou'l! I'm.l low thoroughly sl.e -hiilii-.-i a p'.or oun:j- man lier miasmnli;r i:inlesiy Tin- mill Avrh won'lcr" flits; ihit then Just u !i he .2si',T ' Mi" mtsin Intsol frills. Hut woman's lienit is kinil ami warm Ili'r l.tult . arc trii ial. small: Her lie tut j- lenl- to all a charm Hit love atones !nr all. II'm. .;. c. T.v.t'.m; in ,V. I. "kh. KILL SM! LEY'S Sl'AISK. Kill Smiley was a light-fingered, en terprising oung man. wltu im...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 January 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. V ALL EE IIMIOI.1), Editor. SATUItll.VV. JASUAKV Iiril.-.tBS.. The Mis-i--ippi secuis- to be bo-oin-iu' over at Washington. The isiutliilatcs are beimi'm;,' to show up numerou-ly all over the -tate. It really begins to look as though j Southeast Missouri will be able to call . the tm.u in tlie next.-tate convention. "Our Canadian neighbors must be in a bad way, indeed, when they cannot lloat so much as 1,000,000 as a debt. public i No man, who i.s posses-ctl of m free and ca.sy a cognomen as "Kill,'' can ever be President of these United States. The C lobe-Democrat relu-es to make peace with "llos," Filley, but tin; old man is not seriously di-turbed thereby. v..i....ii.t i;...r it. i. ri'iliu-tioii in .IUUIIIIIlH.llH'p iirCNIOCI.il 111 . - .... . . ......... ii... i i ..,..t.iitiii-i: i . . j. ...i.-! niniii-i. iv.-. - la-t did a bu-ine-s l.irger by thousand dollars than thai of 18M- ri.. mm tliimr flint cm be et ... i down as an nb-olute certainty and that one tilin...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 January 1884

THE FAIR PLAY VALLKJ2 JfAItOLO, Publisher. Fair l?lav Things. The hoys born this year arc near ly all girls. A t:ny maiden took her home in j . . t.--..:t I ..t:. 1.. Cm. 1 i lie lamiiy oi j.iiine wm, i.'-i- .j"-i dav. Eight passcugcrs went out to the Taliroad last Tuesday, by the Fariniu lou haek. We printed 300 letter heads this week for I tollman & Siichcr, the new agricultural implement firm. There is much dissatisfaction over the alteration of our daily mail route from .St. Mary to Ituma, III. Mr. Mid Mr-, Henry Kurt, left Monday, for ISIooiusdalc. to spend a week's vi-it with Mr. John KerU. The sleighing this week has been dimply superb and everything on i mi ners has been brought into retjui-ition. The Irish population of tlii- conn- j ty i increasing. A little Hibernian j landed at John O'Shea's last Weduca dav. There should lc a weekly mail between lure and Avon, to leave Jicrc on Saturdays aud return on .Mon days. Willie Kern, luccliug us on the f-trect, Wedtied-ay, dr...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 January 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. A' .storekeeper In Toronto. Ont., has been fined twenty dollars niul costs for selling, ehaiiee-f to e;uess the uiim her of be.ms in :t botile for prizes;' i Tlicv li:nl :t 'fal luT-pii-kin' match on a farm near K:in-:i. City, Mo. icinth, ami one of tin oonte-t:t!its -ti-ifHi-l a chicken clean in tueuty tee.-:id-. - i ,i-tr,;., rut'!. - . ltilv in tlie iiejehliorliooil of Ilawkmsviiie, (ia . is the prouil ims-c"-sor of lilty-tive focil quilts, all the work of her own hamls. and .'-lie can ittil t two a week. Exclotligr. Since the appointment of the Xa tional Convention there, Chicago is sa M to wear its hat on one side and smoke a ciar at an aiitrle of forty-live decree'..- .V. Y. IMiiimi n-iut-A'Irrrther. The mo-t rapiil speaker in tin- ""en ate is Mr. i'.oek, of Kentucky, who is often rivaled by Mr. l'rve, of Ma no. The fastest speaker in the Home is Mr. ItlaeklitirnT of "Kentucky. Washington Slur. Ceorge. son of I'rof. Allen of the IVniislrania Normal School at Man...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 January 1884

FA VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2(5. 1881 numueu :i. 77; r7'r c.i y. Hp I? sannt aiil thin. with r.er-ot .nat, A Hr.ii'v full ,n , a huiit.-.l i.hiK: TeiMiii-sot ., ;,V ,r,, frllm j, 4 throat As In- si-eh- nirw iii s.,m(. -iiii'-t nook . Kite n-ti-,-.:! ir..ii!i.- iviirlil ol sin, ..iii! i:i nl its t.o.its an.l M.im- ami that I ir tlic- Hit- l :i cut i- si 111.- c,l .lin, J f li-is a city cat. """ is ifrmnpy unit stumpy mul ..! mi'I i-rray. i nil ii si,., . .,j 1R ,is ,,,.v 4 lilt- i1Ii-t lie l'i- ii I :i iii-it in. hiincl..-. out liy a In...: li-iini :i 'i-iiiilmv liK-le. w Ii ri-vtr lie .)(-. h.- never know - .ii:tr!iTiirpin-i- in the uu.!nii;ii kii.iI, I or tin- life ,,r :, ,. ,t j, ,fl. r ti'.ows, II hi- is a city oat. Hi- U j.t-l hv ir hMiri ahrot-1. I!i- s c',:i ; s ,y ,...s !f lieil.ircs to main: I In ei:.til 1k.si.ii, h !, never tli.in..l .i'i''"'1 111,5 "''"''' (i:tr-'if the liciil ol home-; Hi l.li-Va .. iu i ..,1 ui.irc. vv.uml in li.ili-ony. ifcicj,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 January 1884

THE FAIK PLAY. VALLliE IIMIOU), Editor. S.YTUIIO.VV. JASUAKYJit'II. lsil. The Piedmont Leader is solid for home interests and home candidates. St. Louis is the proper place ir holding both the next national and Mate convention?. Xearlv every paper in the 14th dis trict hath each its separate anil parlie ular candidale for Congress. The Sedalia Democrat exclaims: 'These h-cclies upon tliu-tntu niii-t t."' it means the Normal schools. Dr. S. S. Harris, of Cape (tirardcau, being boomed by a home paper fur Cmigres- from the district below us. A great number of the Lake Super ior copper mines are shut down. We -uppo-e becau-o they needed more protection. Arthur and Lincoln hold the edge on the Retiublican pre-ideulial 110111 inaliotis for 1?SI. It'- a great thins for a man to he the -.mii of his father nmetiuics. The Cape t.irardeaii Courier thinks Hob. Campbell will tear the whole stale 1111 when he announces himself for fi'ovemor. It mav be that be will but we have our doubts about it....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 January 1884

THE FAIR PLAY- VALLKE IIAH0L1), Pohlhhc: Fab l-lay Things. Francis L. Jokerst was out to Lawrenccton, tliis week. l!:irt .lokerst ciiherhail stolen or lost, i-ilvcrwatch, .Monday night. Lulu Frichctte was married to Fd. IJlandford, at Iron Mountain, on Wednesday of hist week. AH parlieo indebted lit the firm til' Uuriii-tte X Tlioiiiurc are reinicsied to call anil set tle at once. Tin: lYe-bytcriaus of Farming ton have $,Ti,W) raised towards building a new church. One member alone sub scribed $mJJiM. The 1'rogrc ive hand hoys after having lain n-idc their horns for a tune have again taken them til) and are practicing rcg.ilarlv. "51. Marj"' i- "kinder' warming . things tip over the. change in our daily mail route. Iiead his communication, which appears in thi- i tie. We will give our local hunter-'" a pointer. The hru-h heap, on the Illinois -Mo, opposite Little Koek, are iillctl with ear load- of rabbit-. Mrs. Mellaril, our etlieient po-t-inislrc, directs u-i scud the F.viit J'l.AY...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 January 1884

I Of si hundred car loads of cchihits nt the Louisville Exposition, 1ml one hundred were shipped hack ly the owners. Louisr'dle Courier-Journal. Kellic, the oldest horse in Connecti cut, died afnu- days-:i;;o'at Haniden. on the farm of her owner, Thomas ('orni loy. She was thirty-nine WKtrsolri, and was literally in harness up to the last, for on the day of her death she ami hrr Mm ('ilemvood, ajfi'il fifteen, pulled a lij;ht load into Xew Haven, a distance of .-even miles, llartjoril Fol. A good old :iti.en of Dale County, South Carolina. w:ii lined eighty dol lars, including costs, at the late .session of the United States Court in Mont gomery, for flitting wood oll'of ('oveni ment laud. He had no money with which to pay the line, hut rather than mortgage his land, he coin-lo led t. Mrve out the line in jail. X. O. Vvi yum: At the recent opening of a new rommcrcial exehaiige in New York, tin; President staled that the annual value of raw sugar imported and produced in the United S...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 February 1884

FATE T.' A.. VOLUME xir. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 9 1SSI. NUMBER TExxrsnx :,uiu-: a n.utox. flaron Alficl Vi rode Vere. 'II me you win u.ii'-w icno'vn: ih'itiiiht iod.i.-.c Ihcconiiirv-I'olk Ami coi-kiu-v- w hen yon cone to town. ' u,'f'!-'i'.r.li..-iii-!liV, Coupcr. liurii?, ' Wlt.lilravv ,n -t n ii : -i r retired! J In- l:.vt, i -,,. lv i,,,,, lri.,i ijs M ti'it aau to h- do-ued. l.aron All'-i-.! Yen- lie Vere, lie thoin-ht joii pmu.l to iM-nrjour name; lour pii.ii-1- -.it in. mate forouri-, "' proud to think a lit ! lam.'. hall I ! tr-uiw in.: lh -lord: lie Invo Ih.- w,(.f truer charm; -1 'itlii!i--ii;' i-v.irli Iii- dreams north a liiimiii il coat- of-.ii ins. liaron Alfrinl Vere do Voic. ' 'm man Ii, i In nr Mill tv: 'li. bow. v.- hi-.vcr middle i-lns-!" I- a'l tin- Imr l.-ii of join- lay. We held ou iir-! vv jihoul a j r. r .li'i piimcly lo our noble word- Xlic senior ll'i anr!cr of our hards Is now tlii- Woo'lcn Sponnof lords. Jinion Allrnl Vi-ii- ill- Veto. Vo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 February 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. VALL EE JIAHOIsIt, Editor. ATlfullAV. KEl;l:i:AKYiVII. IVacc r-eems to reign onc; mure in .St. Loui. Tiic dav i- not far di-ttint when Soulhea-t Mi-ouri will attract more immigration anil wealth than my olh cr part of the state. We would like to see Cooper- nov els more generally read. II they were we think Americans would have a much hi'dicr regard lor their country. The woods in the di-!rict helow u aro lull of congressional candidate-,, hut in o-irown we mircelv ever hear a name mentioned in that connection. Harvey W, Salmon i- ahout the lat ent official entry for the iruhernalorial Make-. He seem- to have a lot 1 hackers-, a:il will make tronhle for the other starter-. Wo are in favor of the Democrat-; holding Ihier l'rciidciilial Convention before the I.Vpublier.n- hold their-. !.! u- he in the lead in this matter for once. The Ca-h-book, ptihli-hcd in the mea-ely village of .lack-on. deri-ively speaks of Sle. Cencvicvc as a "gray headed old village." A line m.m ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 February 1884

THE FAIR PLAY VALLEE HAU0L1), Publisher. The roads are in an abominable condition. 'We had some balmy spring weath er this week. The trade between John Shearlock and the Kallmann boys lor the Far mers' Mills is oft". It's "ate. Genevieve'' against 'St. Marx" for a fact. Go it boys; we'll stand by and see r aik 1'lai. There is some stir in county pon lie., and the indication point to an unusually large 1M of candidates. As pleasant a party as xve have at tended in a long time, was t lie onegix eu at the dining room of Union Hall, on Tuesday night . George Yallerly, living back of St. Mary, sends word into town for us to send him our paper. Here -he come-, George, just a-b'ilm. All efforts to save the barges that -were wrecked on the Little Koek bar have boon abandoned. The loss xvill lie between 2,000 and ;S.0W. Charlie Meye rs had never before ..t ....i- ii-iniT until he. hist l.llvlll it iMim i !--- week, sub-cribc.l for the Faik Play. 3Ie begins late but mighty well. Wo understand...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 February 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. . Stnoba, Miss., boasts of an i .een on Jierstreet with two jicrfcctly formci! lailn. Tins northern parts of Minnesota and Dakota ar; tilling iipwitliCitnatliuns ,ylio started out to settle in Manitoba, but after arrivinj there .repL'iitciI. ,Sf. iPnid Press'. , i. " -Tho State, noreniiilcnt pays $200 apiece for Apache. f-c:t!ps in Aruoiiu, ami a sharp Yankee was -arre-te'il- th oilier lay for wliin counterfeit -cnlp-to hunters. The spurious articles wen) made in Massachusetts ami were read ily calculated to deceive. All wis per fect even to the blood .-tniuj. Chiatijo Jnter Ocean. Lieutenant Wiisinann, the African traveler, who, like Stanley, walked across the Dark Continent, lias left Hamburg aj;ain on another tlnvti-v ears' tour of exploration in t he Conjjo region, lie has undertaken to fumi-h theKoyal Mil-cumin Itcrlin with all the natural .specimens which he may collect during his travels. An anxious father in Fort dailies (la., who was desirous of hearing the 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. — 9 February 1884

TIT A 1 VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, FEIHJUARV 1!, 1881. number :;r. FATE Y JL A LEAI'-YEAl: f.VlHnbS. Can I forget tli il winter nilil In !! euh'v i-ur. WIm-h .eihe. chaimini; little -prtto, iiiie ttijipiTiir lit lhe door.' "(ifiii'l vi'iiiitjr. mi--.' I.lilii-hinir, said; lor in mv luait I Knew AnJ. l.nmvjiiir. linn my pretty h ail That Nellie eame to vwmi, h" cl.t-ped my Siaii'!, :ml fell A'ltiuu iinni her Knee-. And eric 1. "Von know I Iw.-ejmi well. So lie mi !i:i-5:i:i I. i.te.is.-:' An-I I V-n -!e- -wore -heM i'UT ho A lender uile an I t-i'e -All. nli.it iMivlit it wa- t" me That Nellie came to woo! !nM hu-e my -hoes and darn my hn-o Ali'l meitd'lny -hirl-. i I. Ami jrn-jlic my coawiy Horn III no-e V. ich ui'jht nil jnin tu Ir d; She'd I. nil llh -Im-aml letch the ro.ll. Ami -jilit tli - Kiii'lliier. too l.o.-e's jtirjini-MruhiIiiKtl hereout When Nellie c.uno to uoo. Ant! :i I, hlii-hintr. irave no ch-ok To h.'i- ndv ami's ra-h. Shetuint.l li'r.irins ahont my ne...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 February 1884

jvj:jj JjA.I.Li I?XjA-Y . . . - 'AI. L EE !L 1 ItXJL I), Editor. SATCKIIAY, KKI!l:l-'Ai:V '.lltl. Wendell I'hilip-, one of the original nholitioni.-i.-, is dead. i - Taxation is higher in Arkansas than in anv other stale in the I'nion. The decrease in the national debt during Jaimarv was Si I l,y.S,0(j:i. A Georgia court makes the judicial determination that a goose i.- :m ani mal. Last w eek tlie Virginia Senate us--cil a resolution calling upon M.-ihone to resign. Tlie .juarrel between the Republi can factions in this stale is breaking out n-fre-h. The Central Itailroad pays enough taxes lo run the whole state govern ment ol Illinois. The nation-it house of Repre-cnta-tives has pnsscd a bill lor the relief of Cen. Kit. John l'orlcr. Colorado had another lynching bee this week. The state can now be set down as safely Republican for '61. Things do not look as favorable a tltev miirlit towards St. Louis securing the national Democratic convention. The latest returns from Kansas seem ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 February 1884

THE EA1K PLAY VALLEE HA110LD, Publisher. went our bad Fair 3?lay Tilings. It is now uulawful to kill quail. The Cone Mills raised steam Mon day. Next Thursday will be .it. Valen tiue'b day. County Court will meet in regu lar session next Monday. Our Dlooiiisdale eorspoudeuce ar rived too late lor this issue. There were heavy thunder and rain storms on Monday and Tuesday. ilon. M. L. Clardy has our thanks for a volume of bmitliomau reports sent us. The twitter of the robin and blue bird, uncertain harbinger.? of spring, was heard this week. During the year lbSo the receipts of the Catholic Congretion at this place were S-.OOj and the expenditures over 1, SCO. - The groundhog came out on Sat- tnrday, saw his shadow anil back. This accounts lor weather 'Uncle" .lake Yealey drew the winning number in a rallle for a rille. Ve hope he wont go a-gunniic for anybody. Our Hibernian friend, Peter Me Carthy, dropped a dollar into our cof fer and promises to do so again as soon as he is able. T...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 February 1884

A Central Afrlran Market. One of the-ic native markets is a cn riom ami interetinsight to nee. They are gcneraJlv held every four or eilit lavs, either weekly" or fortnightly," for the native week is of four days only. One of the days of the week often hears a di-tim;tivenanieof .clIin:r,"or "mar ket" day, rcscniblinji in this the Latin ami Koiiianci; name for Friday, "Ven ilreili," 'Venerdi,' etc. The natives will often eome a hundred miles to at tend one of these big markets, and there arc generally several thousands present, huy'no wiling. They hring their fowls most carefully packed in long wicker cages, fastened between two stout pole converging at each end. Kggs arc usually carried in large, linely plaited baskets; indeed mhiu; of the basket-work is so tightly made that it will hold water. At the markets bet we. n Nangila anil .Manyanga :M egg- may be bought at a time. The natives al-o .sell fresh vegetables (pumpkins, sweet potatoes and even a wild cabbage), ba nanas, plantai...

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