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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 May 1884

PLAY. FATE N I' MISER IS. volume xn. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. MAY 15. ISSi. ! "T:xd row oir.v I'.ircii." Don't t;i itH yer pltiivin' to srum'ilc at Jlt'l j 'Km -4t:in'!i ii I llcili-nnrnin' in -itrlrur: i Ycrirrti'iilt in' wcl .lone won't ho no out tic 1 (t mo I Hat ji'ii ncislin' vcr 'ten-lnin il' l'Crry fn-t tin.'. ! Iloti't vti;i w itj yer plow-in ca-e ho tak" a spa !: I Hi liti'lin will po'in all your ilmvin' o'er m itch ; Ff luiii' r uii srrtevl roti'll lie If V in il"-ln-lo; i jes fiieie Hi 1 Ins liiisine-s anil leiei your on ii patch. Don't !i i I'li-r 'liout .loncs aifl hi seattrrin' !- Is; -a isn't vour'n nor his ct-cl; hut what V.n-ht While vuu'ro interferln' up hasten 1- weeil. An I it's ticklish liiiim i!i Satin' to men. Jero'sn kinlolia iniililiii-cj'iicsititiiirlit: Here arc kicks like a mule'", too. one's If Mu to rati li. Jc ilictatm' lint is to show 'en nliaffc riaht Ina jiructic'il work. Jcsow your on n patch. Don't jangle ivM Join-- when his wwsls arc a -jam...

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

I rrTT7 17 A TT? "PT, A "V ; ;.VV r s. sua ;..i -ah.-i.-oay. may :;i:i. i-i. Sr. mi: Ai kitok WILLIAM V. COX, ()(':. mmk' ievc County, Mr.V Mr-S. Jacoli-onuf r-iriuillgt on clcl"iatcd tlteir-ilvcr xv-ddin;: (i'llii) on t hi- L'Olli in-t. Kalj.iriC. ??.riiri;. l" Cluster, UN. i :i cundidatc for Prosecuting Altorncx ol !'.-iiidolilt county. I-Ya!ci,a prominent hroke ami f-iieculalor. ot St Louis Tailed last Monday. Hi- lia'iililie- are about $750.0. Tli" town of .latiicstoxx.il, Ohio va-dc.-tri' uil l a ex (.lone on the M7 in-t. Six er-on- wen- killed and a large liimili-r wounded. K. . U'ilia.-i', edilorof the L iCrange T) iiioi-r.it i- a candidate lor Secretary Slate. .Mr U'atlace has -erved two t2f it- in tlif legi-laltirc. Tin; re-idenee uf Alfred 15i-diiii. lilind man. -ix miles north til' Pcrrx villc xva-de-Uoycd lix lir.i on tin-'J.'Imi itit. UN lo-r v:i-aliul SOW: no in surance. A large amount of the iajc (It-urge Kiia.--lock in thi! Mi--imri Ile'itibli can has been iureli;i-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. — 3 May 1884

4 Official Directorv U. S. BENATOKS. Hon. Francis M, CocLrell. Warreii'liurg, ilitison o.uutjr. VVa-hiij;;tn ad'li-. HI. '.urtoeiitli street, X W. mi. i;eoru i. Vo-t, e-Jjli:i, ivtti rni!tiy 'uiiitigtou addrcen: I1(J r'..urlc.-i.lli etr.-il. lU'KESENTATIVE IN COXUKESS FIKST UISTJMCJ' Ili.n. Martin 1.. I Urdr, r'iiriiiliyt..ii. raitcrds c.iunty. Wa.hin;:tii addr.--. Ti. iiiilci-utli street, X. IV . THE FAIR PLAY .IOIIX LA CIIAXCIC. 1'nMhhei: -Mr- (Jtt-.-ie Uantz ami familv will j trancing spectacle. icajulor 1.0, Allele-, uai. ou tne , Bimrularlv successful in floriculture: Fair T?l:iv Things. begins next Moit- f'innit Court l:i. I!. Cox ha- returned lion, unity. STA I E 6KNATOK. : Jlum-tt Oliver Jack-.m, COUNTY OFFICEU.S. Ure;.entatlre r.Hxuth' Attorney . !erk ef Circuit Giurt . Icrl- of Cmntv Court. n-rin '. .liuvlor rv.t.-iirer aJnyir. . .. . .... imrjnr -liiHtl Coliiliiisfei.iner iiMic Adinititralr . . Vallce MaroM ....IllU'.- IS. t.Uill'.n C I. Ki'l . .l.llis Nntituaiili ...r'ra...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 May 1884

m J'uIjH.-IkmI I'lvi'i'y ."-'.-ititi-.l.-i-. . ST. CENEV1KVK. - - MISOI'i:r. A Little "Previous." It was at a Into hour one rainy nijjht reecntlv that a reporter stood in the doorwav of an express ollice on Wash ington "Mreet talknif; to one of the clerks. The eonver.-ation was suddenly interruptel by the approach of a well-dres-eil niidd'fe-acd gentleman, who, after i!aneinir at the sign over the door, advanced toward the clerk, when the following characteristic iuvcrviuw ensued: "Is this an express uflicc?" "Yes, ir." "Do vou rim to W ?" "Yes Mr." " ell, ilo you folks take boxes?" 'Yes, ir." "Well, what I wanted to know was how much you would charge to take a and the speaker looked around to -it; if anyone was near, and lowering his voice'continucd to take a body to the W cemetery?'' "I cannot tell vou exactly, sir, but if you know the passenger fare 1 can give you an idea." "Well, I paid about last time I went down to see the folks." "In that i-a-e I don't think the chargo will b...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 10 May 1884

PI VOLUME XII. STE. GEXEVIEYE. MO.. SATURDAY. MAY 10. 1S8.. NUMBER -iy. FAIR A V TZfl? WHITTLER. Hi knir- i-inn old-fashioned one th blade is of thn fcuid That, MiiIeMth ease it eur. new cheese, its -.';;. turns on the nnd. Ami it tears the old-time fal."hood that m mmiy old knlvis- fid'. TTi" pr-lusror:c rebus in the letter "I.XL." Th" nn? Jr. worn md shor'ensi. and thi r.ad'. vitn'h tiac'.wapt .'U-. Oft cit.--s on the nni-srs hen op'nin nr d.u's; Tliouirh 'fl- worthies yw thu owner of 1! oi-nt.s much deth hli.w. And Trim mimu -Nut" when untied to trade -he .it lerut should ifet th- toe. The wh!tt!r sits ,nd whistles, ".hen the .miner will pennit. On a tf),:. iy on tie pavement, where he loeth much to sit. And he tnlkcli or the tarhf tu x fricndfram up Uie y.ne. While hi-. Milium; and hU argument, are aluaiile alike. In the onth w-t the whittler in the mot per fection bloom. Ami hfjeiirveia strip, of poplnrand the hnn files of old tinmm; He hath no iiiireiiuuy and couldn't make a I...

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 May 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. ni:si:Y s. sua ir, - rU!t!V. MAY Mill. MiUl. Foit St atk Atimtok WILLIAM F. COX, Of fiu-. Genevieve (futility, Hon. Win. F. Cox :. Mii! in the le.nl lur .StaU- Auditor. The lir-t tc.tnnr of the wninn ha mmed at Chicago from ISutfalo They have organized a wliile man's i lb-publican jiar'y in Dalla. Texas. Dnriii" tlie ;ireieiit -e-fiioti of Cou- ,"... . i .11 "rcss G.N.'iti lulls liavc lieea iiilroiliicnl in me ioiii-i:. Hie mveiiii";. in .-i. i.oiii-, m aiu oi the Militia, Monday nijjht, was not a vcrv Inre rine. A. l Morehouse, ot Xodaway coun ty, is faruratily mcnlioned ns a candi- dalr for Lieiitetiatit-tiovcrnor. The Cspo (lirardcai Drmocrttt rnjs lion. T. .1. 0. Morrison, of New Mid- rhl will proliahly he elected without opposition to the slate senate in that district. Tlie linitle of the army appropri ation idll for Iho ensuing year were $26,890.10:1, and the amount appropri ated h $2t,-J.'9,4.r0. uiiieii is U2-80 lea than the lat appropriation. Charlie Ford, on...

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 May 1884

4, 1 ' r 4 I - ;1 Official Directow u. s. si:xatoi:.s. IT .it Francis M. Gjckiv!!. AVam-n-bunr, jit i.:i county. Wat-lmilou ail'lre--: ii:. iiii-l.-cnlli -tr-etf X. W. .i-i i.eir;re;. VM, -r.t.iK-i, 1-elti- -.i:i.iy . .iinn aiMn : 01'" r'..uitc nlli Mot-. Ili'irnSENTATlVH IX CO"Ui:Kr,s" FII.'ST l)!STi:!CI' I...:. Martin I, t I::r.tv, riinmnjn.iti, sj r-:.r- i- c-m:ity. Washing:. .ii u.i.lre- .'J3 !ii.:Lcu;h -tn-et, X. V . STAll. SENATOK. II Ml. fii.rr.-tt. Oliver .lck-..ii, (.ape cou.vrv oi-t'iolks. ei.-.wM,tat!ve r.---:iilii:r Ait.irnev . ' rk -.1 Circuit Oiiirt -ik c.l" C.UIIUIT Colli I nil '.. .Ile.-:..- -V.illee llaruM ...lule- l:, . X t-. Idil- r-'-n .t.-uin Nauiu'i.i.) .Kr.nii-i-.l- .! I Oiivir II. Harris . Kiai.k lii.ek .1'anl i.. I.ti..i.kc . . r-!i. II .JanN .ij K.miei r. . a-v-- in-.ji.r -1.....1 1 .iiiiiI-M.im-r isl.lir, Ailiiiiustrator cinomr coui:t. -alr. t I). Fi.x, .Imtc, rrolcrirllow li, .vi.il--a c.iauly. jiiiiu IVim ill turm ..I'irst .M'mitiy in Ma ..Kir-l M..i.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. — 10 May 1884

lulliiliftl Kvi-ry :-i.-iltu-l.-i$ . ST.tJKXKviEvi:. - - vison;r. Manorial Mlhs. Allowing that the stev:inlliii of the Ciiiltorn Huinlicils is neither more or less than :i convenient Mibterfiiy. at least it serves a useful object; ami that is more than can be truly said for .o:nc Immemorial make-believes as, for ex ample, those two manorial myths to which tho corporation of the city of London clinf with the tenacity of a nms.-el to a low-water rock. There are the Chiltern Hills, and the Hundred-, of Moke of IJcsboronh. and of ltoden ham, and anyone so inclined may go ami look at them. Hut where are the Forge," in the county of Middlecv, and the "Moors," in Shropshire, which estates the city holds of the crown at a ipiit rent of -sit hor.-e-.-lioes, sixty-one nail.s and two knives? Kegnlarly every year the corporation pay their piit rent with solemnly farcie.il lonnalin. They pav it to the Queen's remembrancer, in a room of the high court of justice, not withstanding that everv one i...

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 May 1884

4. FA VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE, 310.. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1SSL NUMBER 50. J ISl'tilXKSS SEIiES'ADE. "iVini" tn your wiii'Iow. love. Hie M.irs are lirixht aboiu In tlies'.y. Ami I in MniKl'iis h"p-, al.ii. In tho wi t and l:in;:Nsl jrrass. An 1 I s'kIi J'o time j mi :u tin- window theredisjilay your M.'al-bru'a eye. " fhinmsf-1 dlvln, -lu-t si vn'i ih! he mine. Ami I'm f .-,. To Mat... my little ;, l'or your Iadj ship I'll ffet. A inl for mi. A little Queen Aiiiii- collage painted red Le--ld the m a. Ferenvlns I know, my s-vi't. Of tlio cloir-vronn e'er should trrnt. And thii rose That dreams iioii Its i-talk In the fia?r.itit ;nirdcii-walk; Hut tho lner Of tli rn-e. An I t he irlo'v-worm'H tender itlows, Anil ihe etars An I uitar.i Ain't n jmtWi to latkiiii; hit In M.yonr SWCet lieSS kuuwti. So I'll slna" to J on nitli mirth. Anil ti-ltyou what I'm uorili- ttnrlh in C!ifi.i If you'll crook your shell-lifci; ear. That tlin ildlu- you may hear." Like a !In-u lie heard tlieeurtaln ru-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. — 17 May 1884

I'lTI? P A T 7T V LxLilt H A iu:xnr s. sua iv, autor. sAiiiKDW. mav nr:i.:i5i. For. Statk Apimtok WILLIAM F. COX, Of Ste. Gciietieyc County, IIIMUQir.tKTKKS Democratic Central Commit tec of "fliisoiiri. st. r.ouh. Mo., .ipiii m,. i.shi. j A Democratic Stale Convention i- j hereby called to convene in the Hull of' Hie Hou-.e or Representatives at Jeff erson City, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Tuesday, August Hie iath-'S i, for tlie purpose of nominating candi dilcs for Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of Slafe, Auditor, Stale Treasurer, Attorney-General, Register of Land, Judge of tlie Su preme Court, Riilroad Commissioner, n. Presidential Kleetor for carli Con gressional District and two for the State at Large, and a Slate Central Committee to serve tor four years next succeeding said Convention nnd until their micccs-ors are selected. The bath of representation is one delegate for each live hundred vote or traction of two hundred and fifty in excess thereof, in each Represcnta ti...

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 May 1884

, ( ) i iicial Directory v. s. si:xatois. '! o frauds M. Coclrcll, Warreusb'ir;.-, i i .-ounty. XVajlimctoii ad.lreas: id. i KlUiU!!l-lt!,S XV. .! ..j t..'rf (. Vol, sctalia, reltis county 1 ast.i.i.:tou add,.;-?.: Cl'i Komic-atli t, j:r::i:suNTATivi: in congki:ss Martin L. fUrdv, raniiin.lo'n, si ra-. ! .-.muty. XVa-bIiiton uddr-s-:: SJ-J ( .iii:.-.-ulu street, X. W . STAii: KKXATOK. I! !!. i: Kcrrvtt Oliver Jackson, uqn .nuiy. COUNTY OI'FICKUS. THE FAIR PLAY JOUX LA CIIAXCi:, VoblUhu: IVc-U caudie-. at j I.a Chance .v- PirrMAN".-. J W. X. Xaile. xvho for :i i'uff mouths i.re-idcd over t lit- judicial circuit by Iair T?laT Things. virtue of au appointment from Gov. J- " Phtlp-. and xvho -hortiy alter the cx- ' .m'l row the Houock Ration of hi- of ofilce aban- j H iioncil tin.- taw aiiogeuici i P" i ' Mice:. rai-ing bti-iiic . ha- returned to ' hi- old love and i- now in leiral part-; r-hip with Siat-v-etiator ancey, at , .'.ItJ-s Meeting, next SiituitUiy. UoazcS More. Ice cream at ...

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 May 1884

Iiblis0ic-1 Kvoit -j.-ituxila . 5T. r;cvKvn:''K. - - vi--o.'ni, Infectlomness of Consumption, Dr. Koch's conclusions icspcctinthe nriiMti and infectiousness ol conMimr lion have been partially confirmed by the British Medical Association. A committee was authori.eil to address a circular to the medical profession of the United Kingdom, inviting opinions and experiences regarding tlie commtim cabilitv of this disease. The number of replies received was 1,078. Of these no fewer than 67.' were blanks, the practitioners not having had any ca-cs on which positive opinion could be based. There were 10: negative and : doubtful answers. The number of nflirmativu replies was 261, and the ' cases cited in support of the theory that consumption is a germ-caused disease and can be directly communicated were very remarkable. ! or example, a dressmaker was re ported as dying of consumption after a protracted illness during wlacti .lc lived in a cottage anil plied her trade, She had three apprenti...

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 May 1884

i - - FA VOLUME XII. STB. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SA1TUDAV. MA V 24, 188-1. M'MHER fl. TWWftTTLW Ml YMES. A tWfii times :t flay or more A liftjf loot cniir-s to imv flo ir, 111.,' I "IXIIU" III." "st-IJ- fillt," A Itttl- l.io- witli nnlcfir juint. VV ll!l "iclils Mile :lt;ct-ll ll'llS. Aii'l clc-c'isiis, iink it, mm tonsl shell, . -n 1 lulr tliut Hr.iys u here ere It It-ls. Ami Imiid, tt-.th iliniplc-; ki-,c I :m I kiscfl. I we ami countless ciiiininjr lutiy charms Ami iIumi my tjuifii is in my arms. Th' V t.ill ' r.i'.t I c:iiiimt jfiilc. J h" on niv eic an-l cliff I:. AnJ r.nw!el hiifr ivc.ivesin th lirmrn. Aid I-iiip!itI hitn'N liiflf smile or fiown; All.l Ilic-i with "lll!" illl I Ks thcl.lst. Ami iii!iiit; iiaM lor mt.'ci ii-licit, I Moi. 10 lie a wanton -luc. tr n-xinjr knol in Ktrinir initio. Or tir.tifl astnin.l fif Mr.twMii;; h.iir. Tos.-.w iiij lady !n,m ileia.r; Pin here ami there a jimor two. To make a rent a-; jioo 1 .is new; Or ki-s a hurl on Iciul fir f.i--c. Or bril-li aw.ij...

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 May 1884

THE FAIR KLAY. HESRYS. .fir-l ir, .EVfflor. .SATUKDAY. MA V SITIl.tlSSI. For Statk Auditor WILLIAM F. COX, Of Ste. Geuevicyc County, Cent raha. Ills., has a Tildcu anil Hendricks campaign club. The Democratic Stale Convention of Illinois meets in Peoria, July 2nd. The Prohibitionists of Missouri will hold their state convention at Sedalia, on the lUlh ot August. While President Arthur has-been fishing for trout, cx-Prcsidcut Grant has been catching gudgeon. The Halls county Record says : The Democratic State Convention will uomiuatc Dick Gentry, of Sedalia, for state treasurer, on the first ballot. The Missouri delegation in Congress voted solid for the Morrison tariff bill. Missouri is a Democratic state and has a solid delegation, of which we arc proud. IT wc bear in mind that Southeast Missouri is entitled to all she a-ks, and act upon that principle to-day by sending an untrammelled delegation to Jefferson City, we will get it. Whoever may be selected as dele gates to the State ...

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 May 1884

1 I "f 13 j i O.Ticial Direotorv THE PAIR PLAY JOIIX LA CHAXCE, Publisher. Fair Plav Things. La Ciianci: a- I'ittmanV. U. S. SEXATOKS. j I hi Francis M. Cockii-II, Warrensbur, I mri count-. Washington addreil-: 11 ' itutt-i-iiiln-lreet, N W. j .j neurgei;. Ve-t, -cdalia, I'etlN comity. I .i-hiuJtoii address: lilt) Fourteenth ttrett. . . 1 KI'KKSENTATIVE IN CONGRESS! Vallee Harold left for Frederick- FIKST DISTKICT j tow"' ,!t Mon-lay. Il.i.i Martin I,. lardy, Fannin;.-!..!!. -1 j CSfFor a ,'00tl five cent cigar "TO to ni .i-.I county. aslllllglou a.i'ire-n. r Hi-l'M lltll tl'et.t, . . STATE SENATOR. !! i. I: Burrett Oliver Jackson, Cape unity. COUNTY OFFICERS. epr-i-eiitatlve m-ei-tiiim: Attorney .. .eikol Circuit Court . lei k County Court. . ii: .3 -ii..ivr r irv.-jor Ii .1 t.inmisMouer .. nb'.c. Ailiuiunlrator gTBuy your "Charter Oak" and "Buck's Brilliant' Cook ; Stoves at K.IKL JIl'El.I-nif.. Frank Frichette left Cape for Gir- bauds, and removed to near Chicago, a thousand mile...

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 May 1884

r I It! H t very .-:il tu-il.iv ST. fJEXKVIKVE. Tho Proverbial School-ltuy. The proverbial school-boy i thought loknowovcrvtliins: awl hcofli-n knows a great di::il that I highly original, and that is Known i no ono else, i 1101 replies to Jlr. Varnon's I'liestioiis may he paralleled lv various other exam ples that are equally founded upon facts. The inspector who objected to children Iwiii" taiifrht to read from books in which arc 'such sentences as "Is a cat a rat? A fat cat aits on a od and nods at me'." was pleaded to jrivc a !e-on on kindness to animals, ami me i-iiort in wr:tinr an essay on the eat resulted in this: "Every one has heard of 'Whit tintrtou and his cat.' It w.as at the '1 heater Iloyal." While the u.say on the horse was this: "The. horc is use ful to take men toward and away from the enemy." liy the way. according) Mr. .MtiiiilcIIa, when a child was asked by an inspector to define "a Meed," and (he answer was "a horse," he was told thai he was wronjj, and that a ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 May 1884

P an n i f v.n' t JLJiL "? VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. SATURDAY, MAY 18SI. NUMBER 52: ft. 1 AT1 A Y ' TOO -LATH. " " What Mimes vvr !.'- year nf'er year. With tlo. nh'i nrf- mo-l nar -t'l 11- ami flnar; Wii liw lKiji.lt' inch oiler -1 ty I.v il.iv. An.l s..i:t t myru 1 thin.-, hut subjoin .say Ihu l'.lt.fwcot onI that lies Jii-t in our reach. Ilem-atli the commonplace of common 8c"oh. Tlii'ii ont of t-ijrht mi l out of rca-h they so Thc-o eio-c faiui.iar inculs. who luve I us to: A'i'1. fitting in tlic h.ulotrilii;y hive ielt, t Aionr. with loneliness." aid fire liprel t. . , o Hi i uic with vain regret of mi.ii.- tou.l wnr.I. T.iat oncij we might have saul auJ they h ue heard. Tor -Teak anl jKior the love that wee" pretpl Now s.-.-:ih l-.-i.li, th . vas 'M-eetiii"jiixvl, .'.il l -light the !e..'(l- ivc to tlio-e mi lent, Ainl small t)u;rt iniFpent. o' .tivailire.wt.ii. Anl iimie-.-rv-.I the j)r.i,-.-..fiir noriinjtJ !ml in it -lnuM h.uu overllOtteJ the simple ruwil. This i- tl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 May 1884

i guy - THE FAIR PLAY. HEN It Y S. Sir A V, Editor. SATUKDAf. MAY 3IST. 1884. Occaaionallr conwlainta arc mode 1V fiib- Krllx-r that their ier do not reach them rcgularlr. Weendearnr to have our mall in the post office, long liefbrr the time flxrrl by law for the chains of the mails Thta Is all that wc can do. ror alter our naiiers are de posited In the nt office they arc beyond eur control, ana we can not no responsible lor uie TYKancnm iuo u, iosii service. We will lie thsnklal, howerer. If any sub aeriber who laila to recelt e his naner rwularlr will notify u by postal card, ctattng how many omissions have occurred, whether the lint lor hU office arrive and atirh other eirenmstance as will enable' n to refer the 'matter to the j'ott umce authorities rr investigation. For Statu Auditor WILLIAM F. COX, Of Ste. Gcnevieye County, Our Radical contemporary lias had a great deal to Ray about bosses, ma chines, and machine rule, of laic. Will it be good enough to inform the public who th...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 May 1884

Official Directory . THE FAIR PLAY V. S. SEN'ATOKS. i ITon. Francis M. CocLrcIt, Warrcnsburjr, J ohnsou enmity. Washington a'Ian--s: HI. k 'ciurtecnth street, X W. foil George CI. Vc-t, ..c-talia, I'cttis countv. sshington aiMress: tilo Fourtc-i.th ttree't. :i:puesentative in congress FIUST UISTKICr lion. Martin V Claplv, Fanuington. -I lancois county. Washington a'Mrcs-: hlrteentb street, N. W . ' (SfBuy your "Charter Oak'-' , rapidity ami accuracy of the work oil t the law provides. We arc of the opin auil "'Buck's Brilliant'- Cook the machinery .vjtl the iVt tiiat the ion that the statute, iu question, im- JOHX LA CIAXCJ:, Publisher. Fair l?lav Things. a llvin" Stoves at KARL MfEl-I.JIil'S. i The People .ire I'nif cil. i 1 iu their prai-c of the renowned spe- i vi-it tilic Aguiiie. Asa cure for chills, and fever, malaria, ague and malarial . in the : lion, mnty. STA 1 E K.irrclt HEXATOir. Oliver .Ittcksou, Cafe COUNTY OFFICERS. lohn O'Shea made , to St. Louis this week. ! C""7r o...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 May 1884

2? IU7- Tiiblihi'd l:v;ry aSnturdaj. iT. GENEVIEVE. - - MISiOlT.I. Voyage In a Bridal Canoe. hmco canoeing is one of the mot cliarniin anil romantic of diversion.-., it is not .surprising: that an American ren tlemen of wealth ami leisuro ami his youuji wife are to take their bridal tour in one. liieir lsiirv craft will have silken sails. A dainty "jack" to match the bride's completion will flutter from the masthead. The mast itself will bo a trellis for oranire blosioms. A wed dinr cake will bloom on the bow of tin boat. The oars, indeed, mir not be golden, but they will probably be hand painted at the very least. The ctiuiot: will be nickel-plated, in all its appoint nmnts elegant, and will cost about "Jl.OuO. Ordinarv canoes co-t from lifty dollars t( SloO. A few of cxpen save build and ornamentation cost as high as.S800: Tlie bridal canoe, which has reallv been made, is the most beau 1 if nl and costly eir launched. May it tloat on quiet waters. Canoes are of. two kinds: the Hob...

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