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

IftFAXK g:J 1 PLAY IrSTE. GESEV1EVE. MO.. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1884. NUMBER . 4 i proved, misatlsfoell'.rv. . . , j I Imvitijf a nariuWjinii diiiii? if'"1 ' 1 A oiT.utiiKtfamong Jiussipn HfhUifts lit caused some ot teW3erata.'3 .to in come (foverument informers? I . " f Axam lias fccceptcd the Krenflfcproposal withmjlT 'inoilificaMon7jTidplacca iUelf tindiatlIeKucliprnteoUratu. . ArrOKNIIT-CiKKlUIAkftiU iwi no opinion. on i Titz John Porter The" Americai Cot1cr-of ''Musicians. whtdutriet at'-Jtridorpb, Yt.,-d4ctoUl'r(f. E, jfiilowinan, 'of 8t.Louisj -HtA, Preti- Kxtknsive preparation? are h"ing made for I ha meeting of th! Society of the Army of tli Tennessee at Lake. Jliuiietouka. 51 in n. Tnn Senate continued thu nomination of Major J. E. D. Cousins as United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Jlis- souri. Thk Comuuiiiists of I'.irji, on July II will march "to tlitf-Hdfc'-ltle Villewitli afeii flag, of?" -which .pink'bn inscribed-'tAm nesty." , , . , SAliAlSKitxiiiiiT's appe...

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 July 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. IIEXRT S. SUA W, Mlilor. SATURDAY. JULY 1-TI1. H5I. Occjsloually complaint are nude ly sub scriber that their p:i-rs d not reach them rccularlv. Wc eude.it r to luve our mail in the post brace, long liel.ire tl.e time fixed by lawTorthecl'Mins of the roaili. This is all tha wc can do, for after oar papers arc de posited in the iJt otlice they are ln-yond our control, and tve can not lie responsible for tlie -varies of tho U, S mail semce. Wc wilt be tlianklnl. however, if any sub scriber who fail to receive hi ucr resuUriy, will notify ua 1)T postal card, stating bow many omissions have ccnrn.-l, whether the li.-t lor his otUce arrives ami such other cireum-tancca as will enable in U refer the matter to the l'ost Offic authorities for Investigation. For Stati: Acihtor WILLIAM F. COX, Of Stc. Gciievieye County, Will Tom Whitledjre bo good enough to inform an anxious public whose proxy as committeemen Mr, Shaw held? A man who will deliberately state a thing as a fact wh...

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 July 1884

Closing Out Sale of Merchant Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods A. 4, Selling Out at Cost ! ! Selling- Out at Cost ! ! Having determined to retire from my present business on The First day of February, 1885, I will offer to the public my entire stock of lotfeisg 3?iQe Gq&, Sats aad Cap, estlesie&'Q Fwaiskiag Gods, Ste., StQ. Regardless of cost. Come and examine what I have in Stock ; I am certain that you will find the quality good enough and prices low enough to suit the most fastidious. I am in earnest and will positively retire from business, therefore if you want a bargain in clothing, men's wear etc., you will find it here. C. W. HAMM. Uaii ana examine my siock ana prices ; it win cost notuing to see ior yourseii wnat i am oirering. Official Directors U. 8. SENATORS. I Hon. Frauds SI. CocLrcll, WarrtTiiljur;r, I thnson county- Waelnugtuu aililn-es: SU fourteenth strert, X W. i -.ou. George . Vest, Sdalia, I'ettu county. .'a.hluztun wl'lmn: Civ Fourteenth strict, I :ep...

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 July 1884

Iiibli--Upl"T-7yery rjaturtl-ij . ST.GEKEVIEVR - MISSOlMil. French Ideas of Am on" cans. French journalists of late hare a great deal to say of Americans, and dis play much ingenuity in inventing anec dotes in what they conceive to bo Amer ican style. The absurdity of some of these creations of the Gallic fancy de fies description. We translate a speci men or two for the amusement of our readers. The following ridiculous storieg are now "going the rounds"of the French press: 4 - "In our country," said an American to a young,, English lord, who was "doing America" as a part of his edti- cation, "in our country more arc none of the prejudices of rank. Yon meet a woman; she pleases you; you pay court to her and marry her in an hour!" "I will bet you two thousand guineas that you do not marry in an hour any lady here present.;" "Done!" replied the Yankee. He glanced rapidly around the draw-inc-room of one of the chief hotels in 'ew York; perceiving achanning lady; presented himself; pai...

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 July 1884

PI A" VOLUME XIII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY, ,JULV 1H. 1881. NUMBER FATE A V CURRENT TOPICS. The News in Brief. Anam lias accepted Hie French proposal without modification, nnd places ilself under the French protectorate. .Icj)OMi:.VT was given in the Kim ca nt Qiu'Ik-c on Hio 12th, ami the extradition of the prisoner was denied. Oh.o.nei, I.tiiii.tM ConvKt.1., prominent ill New Jersey polities lor innnv years. nel on the fl.h at f Jcmington, in HI ate. that The Choctaw Nation airhorities have 'requested the Chcrokco officials to co-op-T.-it- in nn effort to stop eiinm in the two lint ions. The Hccretary of the Treasury has made nn advance payment of i:i3.S,:S to the J'rcsidniit of the World's Exposition at Kw Orleans. I.oian'.s letter of acceptance is ready, mid only waiting for that of Mr. lllaine lieforo lieins made public llolh will lie given to the public in a day or two. Tin: Spanish Minister at AVahington says the reports alloat of tire proposed sale or transfer of Cuba ...

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 July 1884

TITEFAIIl PT-AY. IrEXi: y s. . i ir, . f!i.r rhil On'Il J-.:!- ! l"l H'-Hll it.-utarlr. lo 1-ivnr ! Inc ui luui in Hi.-u.-t"ilirr. I..n,r '"I"!". 'I'" tiiii lin-l liv Ir.v firl!ierli-iii(j .if tin 11111U "iliH i- .-ill tll.it w ran !'., l-ir 3!r in- t.:ir- an- !. Iinitfl in tin- nt ..si:..- air lroii.I .uir . -iiilliil. an.t wi-ci.i ii.it Ij i-iilili- !'ir tli iaaricf llif I', rant -i-rvi. We will 111 I'llJnl, li iti-it. ir m.y -iil.-hcrivr wli-. l,nl I" iwin1 In- h.t refill irlr. will nlif in liy i--t:il r-tr.l. tlii:r4 Irv mill ..mi i..n- lri MCf'iri 1, wli.'ltuT 111 li-t lnr ).i- ..""lir." .irnvi'4 an 1 -mcli oilier .irciim.l.nnv-a- will :ialn u to rrffr the mitt.!- t. tli. i'tf.l i.1ia autli.iriti' l'r iiire-Ti.: ttit.ti. The Con fill iou.s Work. The Citv of Chicago, has been t lit- theatre of two National Conventions - wil hin thirty (lav.-. On the -.'till of June tin; Republican party met iu con- that From I'nion Towsi-liip. J'o., Jnhi lh. !?; .-nil- ventiou, in Imposition Hal...

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 July 1884

fe Closing Out Sale of Merchant, Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods SHI in Out at Cost ! ! Selling Out at Cost ! ! Having determined to retire from my present business on The First day of February,. 1885, I will offer to the public my entire stock of Clotlaiag;. Fieoe Gpods, Sats aad Qaps, Qeatlemeja's Firriisliiag Goods, Etc., Etc. Regardless of cost. Come and examine what I have in Stock: I am certain that you will find the (piality good enough and prices kw enough to suit the most fastidious. I am in earnest and will positively retire from business, therefore if you want a bargain in clothing, men's wear etc.. vou will Und it here. Call and examine my Stock and prices ; it will cost nothing to see for yourself what I am offering. " C. UIT. HiiMM. Announcement Column. RATES : . it ;onf.i '" to 1 r KrprrMflitntivc N' " orany oilier contitvunice ." w rr tiiwnstmi - '- fi iiiiC-h.-ilr tli-- rate if luclii'lnl iu tln-iier- waa fMitifm. Foil Coixkctoiu We arc authorized to announce. ...

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 July 1884

J'ul.lir-liod Kv.-iy S.itui il:ij. ST. UENKVJKVK. - - -MISSOIIM. Carp-RaiMn? In Kansas. 1'rof. Shelton, of tho Kansas Agricul tural College, makes the following partial report in relation to raising earp: Our experience with German -arp began in April of ISfjl, wliensome thirty young fry of scale carp wore re reived from the United States I'hIi Com missioner at Washington. These were placed iu a shallow pond, having a Hiiperlicial area about l'Jx'.'O feet, which had been hastily excavated for their re ception. The lish were oeea-ionslly fed, sometimes at intervals of two or three days, hut oftener as many weeks would elapse without any food having been supplied them by artificial mean. The feed used was scraps of bread and other vegetable food from the table, and occasionally corn-meal mush pre paied o-ipeeially for them, From the time the lish were placed in the pond they wen; rarely .'ecu. I'ieces of bread thrown iu the water would bring them to the surface, but their favorite pos...

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 July 1884

PLAY FA - ,- VOLUME XIII. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. SAITRDAY, ,iri,Y L'li. li. NTM BE II T R II III I Mm ' " .CUIIRENT TOPICS. Tto News in Brief. Tn.-: failures in tlie United States for the wet U cndo-l the 18'.h. numbured I'M. . J'himi: Mixistkii Fi:i:rv is confident tliat China will satisfy Franco as to the in demnity. JrnuB Laiiii has he' oeiver of the Harrison apolis, I ml. n appointed ro liank at li.tlian- Tiikkk were thirty-live deaths at Mar-filli-s and twenty a'. Toulon from cholera on the I.V.ii. 'rcitKTAi:r CinNDi.r.u is looking over the ground for the proposed naval school at Newport, It. I. Till Treasury lJ parlinciit on the lfi'.h,' issued warrants for the payment of s"J,0UU, on account of pensions. A NAM has accepted the French proposal without liH'diticatiou, and places itselt under the French protectorate. In the first trial under Iowa's new pro hibitory law at Muscatine on the lllth, the 1'rohih.tiouist.s gained a victory. 11ai.coi.si Hay, of rcnnsylvniiia.chnrges that ...

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 July 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. llEXlir S. Sir AW. Editor. -All'llO.VY. JUI.1 -.Hini. Occasional cinplIii!s arc ma.le "'--crib. 1 Hint their lK .1" m n-aHi t .e m itcularlv. Wo.ni.lc.ivor ti leave our nu:l in law f..r tlie el"iii,r of the maili. Itm U U that we run tl, Mi after our i.a.ers are le ixnite.1 in lh i-i-f llice tlity are l-'voii.l eur 'ontrol. aii'l we cm nut l,c responsible tor the vianriusi.ftlie 1", - mail sen ice. We will be tlianMnl, Inmever. If any sub scriber ulei f ill- l ivm M r regularly, willn-tiitt ml .-tal ear.l, t itmp 1"'' many .(missions Im.'wcurri-I, wlietlier tlie lilt Lr lii,o1icoarr(VM :uil .ncli ntlur cireuuistaneei in wilt enable u- ! reler the matter Vt the I'o.tOttice atltlmrit.rs for iuve-ti;;:ili.iH. A Tammany leader in :iu interview j constituents Thi- uceearily creates : with the Nw York, Star, -aid that t disati-f:i-tiou ""'I -lamp- the action there would be no 'eriou- defection ! of Hie convention uith the mark of, anion- the adlierents of that orjraniza- 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. — 26 July 1884

Closing Out Sale of Merchant, Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods V Selling; Out at Cost 1 1 Sellins: Out at Cost ! ! Having determined to retire from my present Ijusine.s.s on The First day of February, 1885, I will otter to the puMie my entire stock of Clotliijagr Fiece Goods, H&tg astd C&ps, G exit lemma's Fxrxxisfc.irig Goods, Etc., Etc. Regardless of cost. Come and examine what I have in Stock: I am certain that you will find the quality good enough and prices low enough to suit the most fastidious. I am in earnest and will positively retire from business, therefore if you want a bargain unclothing, nieifs wear etc.. you will find it here. Call and examine. my Stock and prices : it will cost nothing to see for yourself what I am offering. " C. W. liAWIWI. Official Directory V. S- SKNATOKS. Ion Francis 31. Cuckrell, VV-irrr-.-l.ur-r, finin county. Waliinirwu aditrer.. HI. .iirti-fiith -t.t. N V . .u (ttorrli. Wit, "C.liili-i, IVtlit count . iMiigtun aJ'tres-i: tJu J-.iu...

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 July 1884

lulli-.lied Kvery si.itiii-.luy. st. geseviev - - siissorm. The Komnncc of InJian Corn. Comparatively few even of those to whom corn is one of the most common of all objects, and who are in the habit t)f handling more or less of that noble train every da, know how romantic a Hi-lory it has. While there Is no ijuus tion as to its anti'iuity, there is much doubt about the place of its origin. It lias been found in the tombs and ruins of South America, in the caves of Ari 7.ona, and in the mounds of Utah. The Smithsonian Institute has an car of corn found iu the tomb of a mummy, near Ariouipi, l'eru, anil Darwin men tions thehead of a stalk found imbedded in a sca-drilt, eighty-live feet above tho level of the sea. l'etritied stalks and cars were found, perfect in appearance, in working a stone piarry near I.a l'rairie, in Illinois. In a neat and use ful little manual, issued by .1. C. Vaughan, it is said that those who claim Asia for the original home of maize, point to the representa...

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 August 1884

"&p volume; xin: STK. (iKXEVmVJO. MO.. SATlUiDAV. AfdL'ST 2. 1881. NUMBER 1). - CUilllENT TOPICS". ;Mg q The Retirs in Brief. Ue.ir Aum r fi AT.T5 koiiok F. liMimvff'fHvil on th 230, at Frinc'loii, N. J., n-il even ly five. ' , Tub Ileini.'tt-Jluckay caliluivill, accord' Im; to ait interetil party, !o ready fur public nm; October L " King Jonr.-;if atYjium liinds himself in his trfatWflT l-5n2tof to al.oli-.Ii Mavery and the ..lav; trade .,. .- ; '-.it . Jiiuor:iitrojiHlUetatlwyH between I'niiicti and (. nspenle.l. 'J'ltK r-tlirrratl eittrim--KKnred iu-Kusi b-aj and aaliv; i-irorts aru. Uuiufi made to in,K-nt a' Sjiri El of Hii diso-usi ' ' '' ' m- : - 1 , i," 1 n: inlmliitauts .i tliii island lof 'KWila I nic 3f;itatr fivor a plainly' percuptible i nrtjiqualve hliock felt tliefeton the i'!d. TiiKiunniercial trentybctweeii .Spain nil d the U ni left States, don', move aloii"; siiioothiy owiiig Ui iim'I'sIi of interests. it - : - i TliE JIudir ot l)on'j;ola annouiiccs that he ha ...

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 August 1884

THE FAIR PjAY. IflLXlir S. SUA W, Editor. s.vTL'KUAr. jima i;ni. iMl. Occ.t-ioiialty compl-iints :irc in:cle hy sub scribers tliit their pai-cri ! not leach them rtu!arlv. Wcenile:mr to Ime our mail in the post office. Ions liefnre the time llxcil Iiy iw for the clusiti.; of tlm mails TliU is nil tht wc cau f.r after our ncx arc Io lioxitdl in tin: it office tliey arc licyoml xur control, and we can not !c reiipo'iaible for the YiKarienof the I", .- mjil service. Wo w ill he thanklnl, lioivcver. if any siib acribcr who lalU to receive his ,xr rtiihn lc. will notify in by ircital rani, atatinK how many umLisions liavenccuneil, whether the lt-t lor liin oflire arrives ami such other cirommtanec at will enable in to refer the muter to the Ollicc authorities for ijiTCti.ition. TKHMS OK si;i:cuiition I.T Mill. IS AbVNCIC rSTAf;K rKEIMklD. Oneyear,(insMecountyl $I,oi )n ycar,(outsMe " ) . ..l,."in A1VKIM"1.-IN; ItAifcs,. One Column, one ear . . . ",tii A'irninotralors' Notices 3,00 Stray ...

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 August 1884

Closing Out Sals of Merchant, Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods Selling; Out at Cost ! ! Sellins: Out at Cost ! ! Having determined to retire from my present business on The First day of February, 1885, I will offer to the public my entire stock of QlQifaistg, 2ieGe GJq&s Sat ac.d Pap, Ge&tXenes&'e vsis2iigr Goods, Etc, Site, ood enouirli and prices low enough to suit the clothing, men's wear etc.. you will find it here. c. w. HAmm. Regardless of cost. Come and examine what I have in Stock: I am certain that you will find the oualitv :nost fastidious. I am in earnest and will positively retire from business, therefore if you want a bargain, in Call and examine my Stock and prices ; it will cost nothing to see for yourself what I am offering. Announcement Column. RATES : r Concrete $j0 r u-.rr-iiUtni; 10 (W mny other county uKire s oo r township fticc -j Vi me-nnir tuts rated if included in Ibe Or- iviltcton. Fou ItEl'ltRSKNTATI VK. We are authorized to announce JOIIX ...

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 August 1884

ft' 3fsir flatf. " Xul1ir-li'l "Kvery Satm-Uuy. ST. GENEVIEVE- - - MISSOIUU. An Old Miner's Story According to my memory the story which an old miner told me at tho Crand Pacini; tho other ilay was this: "We had put tip the cabin that was to be homo t us away Hp on tin. Taller Stone, and it was in them times away out ov sight ov civilization. Thar wad .-even ovus, and we was all men who had met the world all our lives tho wrong way. I reckon thar .wa'n't a man who hud'nt hed tLn iron driv into his soul and clincht on the tothcr side. Thar wa'n't a man in the crowd that ever hed a plcscct story for to tell. Thar wa'n't a man as ever I know'd who ever sung a song- Wc called tho place I-one.somoXcdg. We didn't git together in any formal way, and wo niver past any resolution about how joiid we were before or how as wo was "oiii1 to reform. Ever1 man jist seemed as if; ho know'd t'other one hed a tomb-tun in his heart and it wero sacri leilge to go nigh iu All but one. Ho were a young ch...

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 August 1884

A V . f . - . - v v Wfca-'e -Vi-f T mi I ll i VOLUME XDJ. STE. (tKNEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY, AHiUST i. NUM Villi 10. CURRKNT TOi'jCH The Hews in Ez-icf. Thkick wcn 3I7,W2,1 1!) silver dollars ill tho United .States Treasury vaults on the 1st. Duitixii tlie mouth of July the coinage, executed Iiy the United States mmts ag gregated 2, 1 r.i,& pieces, leprescntin;; in valuo j4,$21,V0.- DunlXO tho twenty-four hours ended at U . in. on til" 1st thero were twenty-six deaths from cholera at Marseille's, eight at Aries, six at Aixnnd two at Toultni. The w oik on the. now cruisers is being rapidly pushed. The Bdphiu, Atlanta , and Boston are about leady to bo Iaune'ied; and tl.e frnmuwoik of lho Chi cago lb nearly fllii-sli'-d. DrillNr; the twenty-four hours milled at H 1 1. in. on the ltd there weie fifteen ilenltis from cholera at Marseilles and wine at .Toulon. At the latter place thirty eases were taken to the hospital. - A I'Elt.snx who hides his mime presented the English Wt.-sleyan 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. — 9 August 1884

Til 111 FAIR PLAY jii:nu r s. .uia w, xuur. -urny, .w;;i:si' itii, Oci-iii:tlr. e umiHmta aits iiinl' hcrilj-r-.Ui.it t'ii.'lr jwr-, U imt n'Ii tii :u ii1";1;;.;:.'';: .r"rn,r,." I democratic -late convention m.o.i to SllteCi-'i'SinW.. Iii .loin-thi we have no v.v';tri-, ..f tl.-i , ,r .... w.. ..n i... iriiLfiiI. iijiiarr. ll all nit srriUrulM laiN ti iv.-iw ins nju-r ivjitUrly lwvi''ii'nj .. in .,,.;( l.ir i..i-:.n r.iri . 'IJIln (i'll.l'IIJ-i linv.- ,(vuri''u, vwi.-in-i llir 1" Iiii t'.'.lif arrive -in-l bucll oilier cirr.ml-.t.i;ii-v a4 Miilf.iuliit? n ! nTer Hie miller to tin I'not oiSi'O ::ulli r:ii- lor i!neiti.;.i:iii.. IT IIA1L-IV .MHANCE-l-O-TAOK. PKKPAII.. v icjir. (iii-Mo omutyi ii,'" On? '-ir,fout-M " ) ADVi-.itiisiyi; ir.n One C !uiiin,i.' war Aill!!ll'IlJt"r.'4' -'ilic- Stray Ni.t .: IMit'iii.il S'ltic-", per line I.och! -V' ticei, iht 1 1 net ... f.7.-..ii . . - ... - - wo. . unTlnl C4i:itt:iclJ, for extra i-p-ie. or iua'lin ii'ii-'st nli Ui.iWr, o:i iipplicatti. S't...

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

Closing Out Sale of Merchant, Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 4 Selling Out at Cost ! ! Selling Out at Cost ! ! Having determined to retire from my present business on The First day of February, 1885, I will offer to the public my entire stock of G-lot3u&gP Fieee Gepdsr Sats aad Gaps, Qeatlezaea" Fwisius Goods, Ste, 3Bto, Ptegai'dless of cost. Come and examine what I have in Stock ; I am certain that you will find the quality good enough and prices low enough to suit the most fastidious. I am in earnest and will positively retire from business, therefore if you want a bargain in clothing men's wear etc., vou will find it here. Call and examine my Stock and prices ; it will cost nothing to see for yourself what I am offering. " Ci "W- HAMM. Announcement Column. RATES : r Congrn Wt r ItepreseriUtlYC 10 o irany other county office '. a tiO ir townabip flkea 2 au one-halt these rates ir Include.!, in the tier iaa Edition. tPATAU.S IX ADTAKCB.-C3 For Rei'rkskntative. We are auth...

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 August 1884

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