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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1884

FATE VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY. MARCH 20, 1881. NUMBER Ki. THE WML' HULLS. On:i sunny B.-li!.utli ninn-tii-.-. roitli iho Tin i4t-4 wen That tie- hoil- i,c set a ri.iL'ins; "ii- to my, in olnm- s;nl Miwin;-. A fair niitMon i , to wr-l; ,'" l' 'av, witli l-iii-ll anl inrauiiM?, A lair iKitiili-ti l.i-th tlr-ii'I. Ity inix li.iric i:J(. .(,,, t.j rvniit Weill i.t u Imh. r Uicv ttori- lt.uk': llu! :. h uhcic H- iIt tin- other. One taiil: "King tin-U-lls rlf-ht (.-la 1 I'or :i l,rl J.-iI." Paid the other: "Tor tli'tilcu 1 rir.is -I.r.v nn i -ail." So it chanced that :it tin- t.rvl.il. All tnriiml :ik- to lii-.irllic Ix'll; Wliilt- tie- K'a'l-"jini- wixl'lin.- chimin? 'Mul the ilirEri-.l!?i-oi-i::iit fell; Km thi'a:iL-!sh'-iii!ir. v. 1ii--jmt'(1: 1ii the cli:ii-s wild in the knells. Wixlon, more th.in man ciiuM Ouch ye, DM on s;i":ik to-ihiv, i liu:" .'!( ('. W-rni;, Thef'un'intut. to.h's i'i:yolvi:i:. Tin: parlor of this farm-houe up nmong the Maim: mountains had nough 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. — 29 March 1884

y- HENRY S. SUA W, Editor. SATL'tiDAV. MAUUIsarll. Judgu Jnnies G. Duimuil it a candi dal!) fur IteprcscutiUivi: of M.-idiaoii county. Clara, the four-year old (laughter ol Mr. Finnan .iJci-lo:, died at JJouiic Tcrre, on the 2lM. Calvin 'Westover, an old resident ol" St Francois county, died on the loth iuBt, orpnciiiuoiiia. Col. J. H. Uighter, of Uipley eouutv, is for I'helps, for tiovenmr, Cox, for Auditor and Allen for l tail road Com missioner. Italph Sprigga lias retired from the Kcd Bud Courier. life former part ner, S. D. Lindscv is now aide Kditor and proprietor. The Bollinger county court house burned down during circuit eo'irt. The records were kept in a lire-proof aafe aud were saved. Mis (juste Nauiiiann, a young wo man living near Kcd Bud, Ills., com mitted suicide, on Sunday, the lGlli, shooting herself with a navy revolver. S. YV. Hoag has became associated with J. Ij. IJatturtou in the publica tion of the Poplar Bluff Citizen "In union there is strength" and "in a mu...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 March 1884

rYW Jj'.A.I.A'l LXjA.Y- - JOIIS I.AClIAXUi:, Publisher, . Fair lJlav Tilings Citv election next Tuesday, Angii-tn- ltryaut has goue West for a short time. Kd Coz.cn, of New Tcuiiesce : in town this week. Every man out tor A Merman i good nun, take otir choice. ChHrlii- n. Ili'I the M-com! ward . nuili.Utr for Aldcrm-in. John S. Whiilock i a candidate for Aldrrnitti. in the first wurd. -Leon .lokrr.t i up tor re-election to the r.ourd of Aldermen, in th- 3iu trard. Mr. Jennie CrowlT, ot ("oilman, made a fljing iit to uur city on last Saturday. Jaiuc W. for re-vlertiou Itr-dinm i a candidate for Alderman in the .eroml ward. Frank Ilen.letibcl. ths oharn plon pndestrimi. called on our nwr chant. In l Monday. Mi'foiirl 0 per eeut bond Lining ten year to inntun-arc iioteil at 1.18, -poor Old Missouri.' Charlie Schneider has nnc to take look at the Mate -if big am and grasshopper Kansas. Mr-. McConuel and her daughter. Mr. Jaiiies . Harris are in town vi-- iiing Mr. Lou I". ttniiuun. Ilte...

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 March 1884

FARM AND FIRESIDE. ' Lima beans are grown more suc cessfully if planted m rows, seed six. inches apart, than if planted in bills. Tho rows should be about three feet apart. X Y. Herald. Souse: Clean pi;js" feet and soak them in salt and water for a week or ten days; boil tender and split; pour boiling water over them, spiced with mace and pepper corns. The Ihuse liold. For turnips in white sauce shape some turnips like pears; make a good iiuu uuui iu niucu is nitum tome stock. Boil the turnips in this until they are tender. When the sauce is well reduced (after taking out the tur nips) add to it a little powdered sutrar. and, at the moment of serving, add a hinall lump of butter and the yelk of two vgs. Llica Herald. 1'hu bee martin is highly valued by farmers as a mortal eueray to hawks. Woe to the blue darters and huire lien- killers when attacked by those plucky policemen ol tlio poultry-yard, w lien' ;ver tlier aro wanted, all4he farmer has to do is to elevate a littlo lx, witli...

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 April 1884

VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY, APRIL .", 1S81. N I'M HER II, ItntllMl roil Till: MAX Vllo i: vs. j Him- iii-e im-nnf tir.ui!- xvlci.-o-.m: lliclripiiu' ' i.j !. nn-J,.,:i , ,'. lr . lliel !,,- an i -. ll :i:i t ,,:iV will :i )! ,, ,,,. ,,.,,-." ' i';-3 in inn-,- i.. ,,;t,. ,1,...;, ju ,lr.)t 1.x Miruuncr.i iiii n;r, : All 1 - , Vi,. ,(,,, ,(. . , ,,MJ.,y Is llll- tllilii-s: ul imj-. WJm-h iii umn li- ni-ver-iir-aks loiv:i m-V7 I'",'' :ill, r li.ick-w.i--tn'ft: "I. II yruvl lie villi iieenIeilL'l. ! nil l,,ly ,..u., ,,,,, ,uuatm V 'itit tin- vr-t, iM-rnix In- i? !o-t V ' "5"!'-i io:i iii:iu. '"'Vfr luijs in n tiiuuiu-r iniAifu. I. Ill Clll-j I-,,- ,1S ., 1 y-4. 'lbeieX n certain .iirt.ril.ljiii:iir It. the man uln Miv- lnrca-li: Hj-im.it ali.ulut li.'imr Lclnncl ") JiicL-li;- -hi-li-r -..i-li. .'t ! -.i. - i jicj ii- will certainly do, li - .-n-ii or iliu-iy ,ln -: -.ml v. In n Ik- e,.,... ,,,u ii,,. ,1, rk- will -limit Hiin-.iH fi.r ilic man vriio p.ij - .y-iM .Vj.uMium....

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 April 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. HEM: S. SUA Editor. sail'i:ay. Ai'iiii..vni. i-mi. Foil Statu Auihtok WILLIAM F. COX, Of Stc. Genevieve County, H'1I,L.LIA.1S V. CO.V. Wc formally announce, in thi i-stic, the name of Mr. William '. Cox a a cindidatc for Audilbr of the State of Mi'-ouri. In making this announce ment we feel that Ste. Genevieve coun ty can point with pride to the -election -die lias inaile as her' contribution to the ollieorsof her state government. Without disparaging the merits of citli'T of tlie other eminent ami Worlhv gentlemen who arc candidates for the same office wc can assure the Democrats of Missouri that Mr. Cox is in every respect the peer of either ami worthy of the .support of the peo ple if steadfast devotion to the prin ciples, of the Democratic-party, unsul lied integrity and a hiirh order of practical business ability are recom mendations. To those who mav not he personally acquainted with Mr. Cox we submit n brief sketch of his life and origin. William R Cox is a nat...

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 April 1884

THE FAIR PLAY JOHN LA C1IAXCE, Publisher. Joe Rigdon ha a three mouths old pig which has five leg?. Mr. Jennie Crowder is spending a few days in town witli MUs Lucie Koz.ie r. The Cornwall Copper Mines pro duced t er 400 000 pounds of ore last mouth. "Buy vour "Charter Oak" and "Buck's Brilliant" Cook Stoves at KARL .MUELLER'S. Only tme marriage license issued during the month of March. Thev were for John Hurst and Josephine Meyer. Mesr. Henry I.. Rozicr. Vallee Harold and Jos. C. Ziegler left for the city ol St, Louis. lal Sunday, on the Cairo. ExTConie one! Come all! Who need n Sho. I'll fit vour Foot and Pocket too. 41-8 C RAUM. William Hur-t, the bos, wine raiser of New Rreiiien. sold lard and hacon to the amount of 'SI 01. .la, to Mr. John L. Rovcrie, one day lat week. Thomas Rrrwster. Thomas Cole and Martin Rond. of St. Mary, cover ed themselves all over with glory bv subscribing for the "Rest and Only." ItVa cold day when Jim Rraham gets left. He eonich out in the rare for al...

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 April 1884

1 -T MISCELLANEOUS. An irissnc woman recently victim iid a Sau To3e (Cnl. : lry poods deni er by onlcrinj; an :e..-:i-ivo weiMing oftiit. - s Concord. X. H..- li:eontiilutcl ?7."iOHM) in tlic l:-t si i.vintli-s to the welfare of tho-e win. li.ive mining ducks to sell. )nj m:m Iot $70,000. lloljit IIcraLI. A fellow in f'lwlaml, O., Im taught a Ii;r to steal new -papers from tin: doorsteps of liu;!-c-, whore they have, been left by carriers, and lirin them to him. Cliiaio Tihie. -Finding that the Ohio Hivcr at Wullsvillc. O.. is a hundred feet higher than Lake r'r'.c, it is siiested that all Hoods in the Ohio coiiM hereafter he avoided ly hugu canal that would carry the riiiij llooiU harmless to the lake Ckal'iwl l.cn'.ir. In I!aru.-tead, X. II.. u p:ircly -ct tied country town, they ha", e juit had a jubilee in honor of the forty-.-ovcntli nnniver.-aiy of the lSnruslen'1 hra-s lurid, whioh.liHS hud a continuous or ganization shue 18:17, iinclclaiins to Tie the oldest Bra. "uand inthe...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 April 1884

-4 5 S FAIR VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1881. NUMBER 45. POETJir AND THE POOTt. Tho xvnrld is verv lK.-aitifnl?" I said. An yesterday. Im"!iI(; the lnimniiri.r stream, CJlad and ulono, I watched the tremulous ph-airi Plant thru' the wintry wood, im-cn-ciirpeied With inn-H and fern uinl viirx'lns Iirnmhlc- Niray. And bronze the thousand rttsft inamln iOi.il, sv- . Anil In th; Kpqrklinfr holly plint mid play, And kindle all the hrlcr' tldinintr s'ed. "TliewotM i yt'rv horril'ln!" I s'kIi, As. in mj minted wins, to-d.tv I thn-ad Chill -trr-ctK. deformed with ilfiii'inonntniiy, llidliiir Mraiu?;inystTl(;sof unknown dread. The reckinir cuurt. the liri-Hthlc fcxrr-don. Tin- hauutsu litre thing unlioly throne iSJ lirood: Grim iiiiiic, the fluriu despair of strons arnird men. Child Infamy, iinil shameless womanhood. And men have looked upon this piteous tains - lllank lUes uuvi-iin-l lir ticaiitx V spell Aii'l said: ".t-t lie: it i not iwrt to driiw flieauiaof Mvcet...

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 April 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. HENRY 8. SUA W, Editor. satukdat. afkh. 1hth. 1884. Fob Statk Auditor, WILLIAM F. COX, Of Ste. Genevieve County, What has become of the Ste. Gene TiTe county. Democratic Central Committee? It is time thai it was making m provision for the next canvas . It it about time some of the pros pective candidate were coming out of the brnih. Our columns arc open to yon gentlemen to announce to the public vour desire to immolate your salves on your country's altar. The citizens of Cape Girardeau want to light their hamUorae little city with gas. We hope that they mav do-o, for the "Cape" is a go ahead, plucky city and full of the tune .of the march of improvement. But say, what do you want with gas? Where's Houck, and Brown and Deunii aud Sandford and them other lawyer fel lows? mm The St Leuis Life has been consoli dated with the New Age and now trains its temperance galling guns against the tippler under the na'mo or of the St Louis Life & New Age. John G. Boyle aud C. J....

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 April 1884

"e 1- 31 efc Official Directorv U. S. SENATORS. Hon. Francis M. Cockrell, Warrennburir, lohnaon county. Washington ul.ln-:: HI ruurtcenUi street, X W. -Ion OorjreO. Vest, SjcJuIUt, Ivtm county. Vatjliington Mres: elu r'..urKeiitu ttreet. V. :kpbesentatite is COKGUESS FIUST DISTRICT , Hon. Martin U. Clanly, THE FAIR PLAT JOUS LA CIIASCE, Publisher. Fair T?lav Things- Fratik Itaiisrer. formerly of tliia Wantki To -ell improved city pro- Cliaunoy I. Filley, fell on top ' St. Louis Mo April 7th. 1S?4. j tanniiirt.iu, M ..V......U n.m.ir. Wiubintun auuresji: on ! 'lirteeuth street. N. W . SENATOR. n - , .u ...... county, died at ISonue lerre last week. ! vf interesting readin;; Mis Mary Leavenworth, of F.ir-.ve:,r- Hon. jduty. ST A I K li. Burrett Olirtr Jackami, OOUNTV OFFICERS. 'IrjiresentatlYe 'ronecutiiiK Altornev . Oerk of Circuit Court. . lerk of County Court -iierifl ..Ilecl'ir treasurer sseor nrveyor -rli.MilO.iniiiU'.Ioner .. rnbllc Admiiuttrator.. .. . ..Vnllce Hnr.iM .... -tui...

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 April 1884

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All eoiiimunic-av.oiis I.Ttlil-i .iperslimila b sctmipamel by tlio name of tue nutlior, not nect-.-jill.v tor piiblicution, but ai evidence at rood fxi.li on tlie part of the writer vVrlia only on one .iileof tliepal cr. lie puniculaily curelul, lu Bi.ing lumnuu. date-, to uv all letters or t;u(npiln loll distinct. At a Baccarat dub. Onr clnb is one of many in London wherein cants are played daily. It is not situated in a fashionable quarter, yet there is some pretence to smartness about it. The doorkeeper down .stairs is in liverv. and one or two of the at tendants in the' billiard and card rooms are almost dandies. The existence of tho establishment is no secret, for its name, written in bold letters, meets the eye of cverv one who passes the door. The list of members rompri-es men well known in club land proper, city men, well-to-do tradesmen, and a few fellows in diamond rins and loud watch chains, who are seen in the rinr at race meetings. JSiIlianls go on lr...

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 April 1884

f VOLUME XII. STK. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SA1TRDAV. APRIL !'. ISM. NUMBER K5. p 7v7i imru.vr.n. A lruiniiM-r s'ixcI m tiie rnriwr. Ills work in that Hi y was ilonc: 1I-'I two hour left ni wall turn train. And was .piictly looking fr run. A maiden c-atiie out ir :i Mine, With pjekiijro- larger tliau small: T ! lnumiicr liraci-ii up to lie- 'iai-y Aisl olTerciI to curry them sail. Ill" d:liy .il.jeels wmk-Ii iictioi in the part ol tie- lirii-maor f Imll. V, Id Itejfs hi!iii tlifni-unl- of panl'iii. lint thought hchatl known her of o'.d. The il.iisy's papa in tie! ilit.nicc I- m"Cii coming uiti alon; T.i ta. my ele-a.it Irmiiwr. 1 will elimiKe jour iKantifnl son;?. I!iT. Iiaiir.:iiid tie jrav restive diuiiiiiier 'I'liltikx he-. shot with a ji.itlin irun; Il.it twa only the fiM.tfd Her papa, Minting him towar.l tl sun. He return unite early and sinM-n. And. ctriktns tin uaik with a i r.i-li, Thinks of his mill her. and lle.i.en. Ami think ol his failure t i ina-li. Ionic from bis n!alil i the ...

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

THE FAIR PLAY. saiukjjw. .ri:ir.i'ni. issi. Toit Hr.ri: .i:uroi. WILLIAM F. COX, Of stf. .'neviey' County, The Jack-on Cali-l!ooK man i? i mail bceau-i; Lowndes II. Davis can t be re-elected to congress down in its j for the memory of '-Auld Lau;r Sync" district and out of pure chagrin is ad- wc will refrain from ptir-tiin the -ub-vi-in;r u- to shelve Mrt. Clardy. e jeet further. are slightly inclined to the opinion that whenever the people ol thi dis trict arc iu lined of advice a- to whom ' to choo-c for their representative they conceive how a newspaper can be Board Of Equalization Notice, Hoard of Initialization ha raided the alu- "VOTICKL. l.e-.l.v riven that th r-intly .Hon .n the iullouin- ile-cribed real estate ly ins, Ivius and -iti.atel in tlie county ul -le Oenevioie and state f -Ii "lin Sheriff Sale in Partition. Ycwt ilbui-hi.n and Mary -la."', hi-liiarlr- i.reen and Mary I.oai-e, til- iU'. r! J ! A.a;iit Matil-ln Uoar.l. il' feadmt Slientf Sale. I-.v nrtue and sutlioti...

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 April 1884

3-DRlF SOCiBSl BUYGOOBSI! JUST C. A. EER'i' .- .tf Official Directory it. s si:xatoi:.s. t '.'n l'lu-l.-i- M. loft.lt. "t.--a f. intv. Wa-i-ii,;,!. i eoiire i--rt -t.:.i!i i, Ittii-i-hin-jtun I'Mic.--: i.lii F'.iir!t--iith V.' :tr- "ii-liur;.., .-uli'.i-- m. lililv . i-IO-i-I. .1 SIIUCKIM. ACClDC.Vr. .1 Vouur "Uau Kilted Ijy Itoins Thrown Fiom a tVaiu i:ii:Ksi::;TATivJ: in cn(;i:i;:?s-i-'iirsT iJisriMor " jiK .".'aitin I. ( 'u-riv, K:iniiii!irt.:i. -s'ico-.s ciunty. Wailiiii.i.n al'.i--. .' n.rte rath - in ct , .V w . :i..n. ilUtS'. STA!i: .SKNATOU. It HuMt Ollter Ia.vii, OOUNTV offici:i:.s. THE FAIR PLAY iohx ..i ' a.ixiji:, i;ti.i;i,er. .I-':iir Pl;iv T'hiiisj;.-. , Hosts touched at the City landing Sill- Week. i -TP. ire. Linen Tabic Cloths for !. i ''IC "'future r-it" jii the CitvofCain wagou ran out -i -.m; . in Jcccu.liu 1 ".t- :it C.A.HKUTKir.-. (JA new h i r.f men and ready-made I lothimr. ju-' n from Ciu -iu.it it. Trice- fr .m to -;12A at c a.iii;i;ti:i:. Me r- John L. Hov...

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 April 1884

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ATI comiiiui.lcnUoiii. fortliisfaiier-houlcl ba a-cinameil hv t!ie namo of me author, not ncccs-arily for publication, but as evidence ot good falili on the iait oi tho wriior. Uru only on one sideof tlieparci. ho particularly careful, in Riiinsnaiiu-sanil tlatc-. to have all letters or fcui e- plaiu anil distinct. "civ Orleans CViiielfrie- Evervlxi'lv litis licartl f the rnrioiM New Orleuifs burial plat-os. hut I have never m'imi any ileicriplion of them that neurit' lJfs them ju-tiee. 1 'a -.sing by seventl r the smaller one". I went through the mas-ivo gateway of tho Firemen's Cemetery, anil wamlered amon" the monuments till nearly dark. A high" stotu: wall, white a? snow, ur rotiiiils the entire lare. At the front is a gate-keeper'-; lodge half hidden by the boat y gateway. Here, and there tall orange trees spread tl.eir brandies over the top of the wall, dropping their golden fruit on the ground both within and without. The interior is a lua-s of green foliag...

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 April 1884

4. FA vomjmh xir. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. APRIL 20. 1881. NUMBER 17. THE ARCTIC WATCH. llcln 1 1 n;n)!i the fro7i li lo.un, A 111 t !- vcs-cl t:ir lioni home. The yw-fit .leiinncite. Tin i-.l.tr -l:u- ;ilifif lc-r He-. A rtunl of hi.-!it set in lte;ski-s; ' Ait tit- vv.iv-r Is tin licrtlfck. Am! t f i i. li:m ( U flu. ,ra'..rn reek, f'eieft ..fun thii,..". ! Iml I'M.-. Ami -liikiii;.-, sinkinir. -: i i U i 1 1 - j.-i. ISt'linM her ft iter iSc.-ul.itc. Tl:c lo-t Jcaiinclti-: II. Demi licrot-s m :i lid.l of mnrj "tic lonely !ie.irt Unit, licaling -!ovv, Vcl th uiiis of home, XVlieic l'oMcii t rnit- hit on the lioish, Ali'l till lli. ihhhN aie i-rinenti now, 'I In-1 l-l nl llinl liiyli-lc-.irtcil IkiiuI iXci-ps ikh in tir,t hitti-r laml: Ami. cion-mil with ilmm-of Iro-t mil! tain, i.ii'"- i r lils lxilioo'l ilnyn iit-.iiii: Ami in insiic.ii l :it!i-uutcli JilUt III" sre, mill sees licxnli'l tic lull'). The iccliciv t.,i, :1 rj-Mal stile. Ily m liich hi ri-cn coninrles vviiit. No...

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 April 1884

THE FAIR FLAY. HEX II V S. SUA Editor. Foit Stati: Airinxoit WILLIAM F. COX, Of Sie. Cenevieye County, I'crrv coillltv i lor UOX auu neiwui i i crry tuuui i ..:i . for Auditor and Treasurer, respective- The boom for Cox steadily and healthfully forward; the .-jonlheast is practically solid for liim and now comes the Democrat from La Grange, Lewis county, with a just and eloquent tribute to hi worth and litness for the office of State Auditor. Geo. W. Vealc, of Twpeka, Kansas, is candidate for Congress. There are calva enough in Congress now; whfit the country needs is a strong, well broke team e( old work oxen to pull the Morrison hill, ami tho Mi-iiis-fippi Itiver appropriation bill through, safely. IVince Victor, the Hdest son of the Prince of Wales, is to be created Duke of Dublin, on reaching his majority. In the language of this country, this meaim an ''appropriation' for his sup port, pooner or later. Uoyalty is an expensive luxury when it is as prolific as the English stock. ...

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 April 1884

"l Iff xy JOSEPH WEILER. VAMTACTCItn: 4 UEALn: IV IAENESS , SADDLES, Main m. OpiKoiU i;itvr.V.IK'f-t, STE. GENEVIEVE. .MO. " emilep. voir. " jaoiner of Land Titles, Notary Public AND KEAL ESTATE AC EXT. Alitrnrt4.r till.- furiiUIicl m "hurt uoticf. .tt(itau4 of aluc m:iIc, 'Ia-i .;ul lir tmti-i!m!-, Ian!h bought :A s-M ami Iaii- i.r oliaitil. O nice on 3p Mn-et, i-a-t r-Mt, STE. GENEVIEVE, .MO. JOSKPII PALMER, lcalTin stoves, Tin ad Sheet-Iron Ware -r. mauv. - - Mi-uri:i liort notici4. at rt-avimblt rut"e. TICKNOR & CO., The .Merchant Tailors ofM. I-oui-i. will uii -ueM m-m1 Ii- Iv mail a lull lim-u kiiii i i kjuW, their rules lor m ll-me:i-iiiennn , i ires, V" ,!hu tiahlln jmt W nlrr lruiii .ifiii eh'thtii til the lattM t Ii-. lViitvi lit ri'l siiti-lartlaii uaninti'e m all r;iM-s. Call u them in l;it . Mxth :ul 4. inl tr-Is. " J7 41 I :ENELLI WlioIi'Mili- t'rn c list I(M genuine jihuius -l w run - i (mi aitl urautJt trai-h 5.7 tt. Older tluret mimI u t- Ap'iil's rjnimi--wii. 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. — 26 April 1884

1 If IS'; 3faic lullit-h-t Kvoi'V sSot ui.Ia.x . .sr. kesevievk. - - .vison:r. An In-olcnt, Blumlx-rimr .Inline. It is expedient for tho-e -vloth.-il with a brief authority" to be direful and courteous in it.s iMivi-o. Xmiis persons vc-Ril with power think that insolence is smartness Such lier.-on-, sooner or later, learn their error. One evening, in the summer of 1712, a gentleman disembarked from a liarr' at" I'aris, where he, with a larjre iiantitv of liapape, had heen brought, from l'ontriiiiebleau. He ena'ed a dravman to convey his baa;e to a eerfain ihiee and then left the ijuui on foot. Tho drayman omitted taking one article a large box, vvho-e .-hajie at tracted the attention of :t cu-toni house otli. er. Thinking in contents might he eontraband, he ordered it to lie opened. To his astonishment he found therein the bodv of a woman, wrapped from head to" foot in linen bandages, vvho-e. discolored countenance indicated that .he had died from violence. The officer at once summo...

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