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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 August 1884

m .v. The Copper .Hiiic-. t .in Eav. , .-tirpln-wheat of all the-e v.heat lands Henri!-,' rumors on the streets that: For the perusal of every energetic j tc;ul 10 lc-en tin? price of Ameri- . the Cornwall Copper Mines were to fanner the following lines are dedi-1 caa wheat. Only one tenth o: onr , -y he .shut down we concluded to trace ; cated : believing that they will incite ' cereal- i--eparated. hut the price of LiiAu i' X -lilD id.! Jb&AS i . them up toa-certain their truth, and ' into them a realization of what, in onr tn'- tenth determine- the price of the i o.o if true the caue for doling th-j opinion i-a grand defect in the man-1 SO per cent ron-nmed in our own, MO.VIUV. At l.l -t ili:!' t l. Screaming on agriculture. Xo top-! -!"try. F.ngli-h dei.lt-r-. will not I'lIOUlIAMMil. . ok:mv!:i: J!1 .tl.'i M.i!. I'lHlC. - All Vir-lii.l-i.TI 1 1 r t'.OIIf a! 'Manager of the work was not in , ic ol greater moment to our 1(ro-1 "ve niore for American wheat than Uteciiy. wo boug...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 August 1884

1 ! tncro have loon catastrophe "-" the .icannette ami v,biuc: ami 6 a sr - ; ' :c-.. if S . VOLUME xrffci STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1(5. 1881. NUMl'ER II HA Tones. Tbo News in Brief. Tnn Agricultural Department estimates the wheat crop, tor this year 'a,.4Si,v,J,,iW) bushels. - . A movement is on foot amoitj- pig-iron Wen to bank a!l furnaoiW'for'" four weeks in order to restrict prtjdue'ion. f Foun, earthquake rhorln openrred, at i-inscitu, iijuauo, aim vvaflieimsainipaia, a few milutijrfmlbeait'of Jtoine, ItHlv, the. 7th. v " An Inventory of Commodore Garrison's estate shows: I.ib!liUe's7$M7l,2i'; nom inal asses, 17,'J729;" actual assets, $3,-1-71,818. - " Ir.ON wori'er. ar fvnrful of tln--com' mencement pf uTakiiuj'sil nailsclMiiijiiyl mat. live men count u.on uojuiw worn vjiw. Trtjundred. TwELVB;persons.wcri killed and anim-, tnenve amount or property destroyed by a revere hailstorm ntStf.Sobastopol, Uussia, on the Ttliv i Tils .Treasury Department on the 7th purcha...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 August 1884

THE EAIR PLAY. TJEXItV S. Slf.l IF, Editor. Occ.i!nially complaint Are mttle by Mib icilj ro that their p:i)crj o not icarli them regularly. Hrinl'fr to twve our mail in the f-t office, long 1Tore (he time llxel ly i:tv f.r tliecl Mln of th mails Thh is nil that we onti tin, far after our ptrs arn le-fir.-itetl in the iro?t oilier ihr are l"Tont mr "itl. am! wci nit Iw rcHnfjottblr fur tli Vparir3tf lite 17. S null service. We will he litaukfnl, hw'Ter, ir miy sub scriber wh't txil to receive IiU .aprr rwjfutarly, nlll notify tits by p'tal card, sitaUng how many miMoii haTtrcurrel, 'nlicthrr the lit lor lit.- office arrived mul such oiIht circumstance a will euabie u to rrfer the mttrr to the I'uht Office authorities fr .iirestifffttioti. TEUMS OK SUISoCKUTlOX. BT MAIL IN ADVAXCK ru4TAbK PKICPAtll. Oim year, (inri'lc comity! Oiwji-ur, (outii.lt: " ) AIVKKTI.I'U KATKS. . l,ii ...I. .Ml One (oIiimn."ne jrar :.-..( .3,l .Vlmhmlralors' Jwlici...... ..... stray Notice 2,311 Kilitorial Xo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 August 1884

:ilnrl:i3-. MIS SOUK I. A DA It HAUDOi: 1DIU rhiy met bipaUfii-.t she as sweet Ml Il(lViTirftiiMl i.mi-i.ln.r.,,-!.,.... nil he a "liltic cod" ran ifefi A tntltiml Jul T the ol.l m! 1 sO.i-v Jlseaso.-irazi liisiauli.i stare. .-a.d nioro iliiei llnnant lip could utter; 10 r I his tlioucht-. ami blushing rare, Iiiirenuout.Iy pas-cd tbe butter.. 'hoy took a pull up l-roacliiiiaii's Hay, He Ht the oars, she .-tend,' e-leerinir: ilail Yale lint m o liis -lrik; that dayt I Her f.:i e at each reoniT ncaring, liair-rnrli.iM nx air it ionic. (lint in, Ihciiitil'- relm relief Iu,r, riot "1'iirJon! lint t rua slunk Whore I Hri' Harvaid's ii.lnr llvinr.' i flier drmi of cuir-i;, to Sclmon-r Ili ad. j All. liryarIoM, I, lit in i diareinii-ker:)' 4hc with 31aulialla.i cic, ness s tid: "How nice jo-i Iiki'c in knickprlrfickers'." Jli- niMeno I. luriiel, i-li causht hi- eye. Then with ihc r.-uns his linircr-i tuinlili.vl; V-hf louche! hi" arm with hull a nhrli, j And well -in tact, hi almost tiuiib...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 August 1884

Everybody wy sinMJiig common i is the best smoker, made f the hest tohaceo ami for upcrior to any ver manuf aetiired. For Sale at IiaOhancc9s 'Hit: -i: :em p-irtv the pniv of Ihe work n: '!e:i. 'I'll '-c Imruy-h ind e.l -mis ! !:!. W. II. Vaiitlerhuilt, .1 iv lloitbl :i:nl Cyril W. Field, ulj hurrah for Sti-tjii-. - - The Kepubliean new-papers have nt their mud machines nil ready to play on Cleveland, but they don't seem l miilie much headway in throwing lit-:. The ureal reform jrovornor of Xew Yotl: ?ecm- to be invulnerable. The New York Worhl has discov ered a citicn, Henry lliehards. who his; worked in ihe mine; owned by Ill-line ami Kikins in Pctiii-ylvania. Mr. !Sic!'.:ifil -as - Unit no Iri-h are -iii'ivi-il in the-e mine, that the la borer ate cliieiiv Italian-, anil that the p-i i- from -ivtv to M:ty-:ive cent a !av . All the "leil I h'litocrntie . state-men jire woikin- e.mie-tlv for Cicvclam! :illd llendiick-, ami the Democratic pr- i- unileil in -upon of the ticket. kii'1...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 August 1884

Closing Out Sale of Merchant, Tailoring and Gents FurnisMng Goods Sdling Out at Cost ! ! Si II in- Out at Cost ! ! Hymg determined to retire from my present business on The First day of February, 1885, I will offer to the public my entire stock of QltlwLg .Fe Gleedgp Sat aad Cape, Qeatlesskea's oFwrxwefeiaag Goods, StoM Sio. Regardless of cost. Come and examine what I have in Stock ; I am certain that you will find the qualit-v arood enough and prices low enough to suit the most fastidious. I am in earnest and will posi sitively retire from business, therefore if you want a bargain in clothing, men's wear etc.. you will hnu it here. Call and examine my Stock and prices ; it will cost nothing to see for yourself what I am offering Ci W. HAMDS. Announcement Column. RATES : Kir Congress $0 on orttepreaentatite 10 w f'orany other count voBice .-, on fr-town hi office u One-hair these rales ir inclulel in Hie Ger man Edition. JfATABLB IK ADVAXC1.H3 For Rei'keskxtative. We are authorized ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 August 1884

"f I'liblSOiotl Brciy sotui-ls. stgeneVieve: 'MISSOPKT. BEAUX AND , BOWS. Ani so Ihc Arcliery Is ' O, !car! what shall I do? There's not the least amusement now Of any kind in vii-w. Eo many thought I dare not tell Juct now my memory thmnz: Jnonh-r to compose myself I must comiMix; a sm.. Now. lift to iti". for coo"! advice, i:.icli wcll-ekillod archeross. On what concerns you, oven more " Tlian crinoline nnlrs: YfqiMltrirpsct t win and wear prize somoflajfl know; Dear ulrls rtilf evX'rj'chnnce dcpendi On iiiuiiiigiiijr your beau.. lu-clMuuiw-iJOtt'j.4'0u,iuust.exet,. The very utmost care. The nrw-madcjfnts are apt to warji, jrl'lienlfl one$ ivilt'norwear. "" wiille worthlen onesare varnished A nd l t ileoeix e tiff i-ye, 4 ml ,imc are I tilt Imd cross grainx-i, too, tAn- very upt to fly. J f i Z' 4 Soiiiq ladles h-oM thir beaux too high, I A nlaa 1 dlmpprove. ' J -f. Hold fast, but (rently. in your hind , . Tlie I tow thnulil fn-ely move, & jnd never, ni'Ver trmtj jur bow 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. — 23 August 1884

s FATE VOLUME XIII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY, AL'Ul'ST 2:, ISSi. NUMDER 12. CURRENT TOPICS, Tho News in Brief. Bowser, of Murraysville gas-well riot fame in Pennsylvania, was convicted on the 14tti of murder in the second degree. . Military and naval movements on the coast of Chint look warlike. Pirates are also active an i are ravaging tho country. The Army of tho Tennessee, at its meet ing at Lake Mimietonka, elected all the present officers for the en-niiis: year. Chi cago is the next place of meeting. James (J. ISi.aine has instructed friends in Indianapolis to enter suit against, tho publishers of the Sentinel of that city for alleged libel concerning his marriage. Teluguams received at Washington from Utiniul Slason report cholra de creasing in thu cities of Marseilles and Toulon, but spreading in othor localities. Earl Granville has assured Wsmarck that England is friendly toward (Sermauy in the development of colonial enterprises in the unsettled part of Southern Africa...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 August 1884

TT ftf ? A TR PLAY. -z -- JlEXItV S. SIU W, ftXor. i ui:i)av. '.m;V-i- ziki,'i-i. OtTicionallv iimiilaiiit arc Niu'l Iiy !.crii.i.T- ti.a' th-ir i-.ir-. ti., i,.,t r.i. ii.wu rtuiaily. Wrcin! ivur : lan; wir Haul in ti,.-it.iii.tc. .;.r- un. Wi m tAA iirll:i'el!-Iii,r i.l III'' maili Mil? I- nil ,!:,:.rr:V V:.r:r. IT, c l.tml. on I '. ' 111 1! it vsirarii-. !! I-', - ma 1 1! it lv n.'-ii.i.i-ibl. l.ir tii- mill i : v iv thtaktnl. !i.-i-T. jr any -iiu- HrrnMT nil- tail- In riM-in- In.i ..ij.rr reiil.u iy, v.i'l u-.tif r.-i lv lnl r.iiil. -l-ttin.; li'.w i:::iu i.jil-.i.in-i !."iv.. ni-riirp-l, uhrtliiT tin: li-t lu'r Lis mlim; arrive-, -iii-l flU'-lt oih.-r flri'iim-l.u.cc-aiMil!wi!i.t " ! ivfi-r ill-: nutter I" th i'yt ofiire aut)irit;i" f-ir inir-ti;Mliuii. ti:i:m- ok si'k-cujitiov. I.T MAIL IN' Ay VVCI- ai.k -si.im:i. Uio uir, (;tl-M. rulinl i (J:i year, 'mil-ii'lt " ) .. aih i:i:i i-i.vi; '.!.( C riutim.ii'i- nr .1l!!MI!ltr.lllr, NuIiit.- -iray ..tk- JMiti.ii-i' Ni!i-ei, ji'-i li...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 August 1884

m ILL- li-.W Mvfl'w Satm.ho . r ; BXEVIEVE. yissoriii. 'oRhxnr.i's courtship. In't so very Ion aijo-'.'iout tony years. IfllfW. . !..,,, It,lkiirs first weiu tiiuift , ; E"tTayrAetsc.y was her ......eVyut that' !,T an f u! iVuriy- vtf I. jallow-Or-.'Ji-Mas'roun'l an" rosy a any temptla' ' iflcll ' nakes a feller smack Lis lips because na jut o rcaoii. - a down In a'.e Missouri, an I was kcepln "an IX-scAn IhaiclnWal II rst thought nlKiut a nnu h. a litUo cainn. an' a col chonlf of a -WCrik lmttom. slile the crik. The Ilea- ' c-oii livo'I nerns j Other site' a mile or two: an wbcit the nk was low I to font it every Iay, to seo my gal, you Deacon wal I rccLpfi'i BOH''tlit ho was fimrty square: titer an' iiowusser thru othpr tropic air. hai lie.wnn'1'iio. fuvofiltf with ine; an' i can kucss i 'ojuse.' arfciiiildn'tSsce the pint of uio s-eoiiiito'.iw. ' " ' when ho iouii'l that me an lierwas wnnt- a to (ret spl ce I mil ami tore, and ordered me lo jest Kit 3 'an why he elii so muI at ut...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 August 1884

r (1 .id Our Regular U.irrci!iIeiit ) u .vsiiisisnn-', i. : . AUG -jo, ixi-i. It iviik c iiU'iit from tlti--tjiniljnint that every li.intN:ii-l Iri-hm.tii or latioriT v!n pronounces fm tl:tiiie:inl Loiin is nni!tilii'(l liy n-siiiaoy :is there arc liepuuJiciii paper.-, in the country so that evert" mie nppe.-irsH I en thoiis nm! !;i:rire lie i dime lining iltttv. The !tiot dIIJTir?Jil search iimiii the part of itic .National Committee' of the Demo cratic parly, through pica) ciiinmiltee ami ollicnvii-c, fail to (lite-over a cor poral's guard ot lho:o who ever were Democrats who now Jutcnil to ot for Ulaine and Iogati. In fact when the eallcil hollers arc traced up,they rc discovered to be old-faahiolied iMirehcails of Kcpublican-., having no standing iu their own parly, who take hi method of making thctusclvt-!. prominent and solid with the Blaine and Logan party should it accidentally succeed. Thin ma'qticradiujof bolter by the Kepublican party is intended implv to divert the atten...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 August 1884

Closing Out Sale of Merchant, Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 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 oiler io the public my entire stock of QXQtkiB.g, Eieee Goods? Hats ad Caps, GezjLtI.exaea's EVrzxisliing Goods, Etc., Ebo. Regardless of cost. Come and examine what I have in Stock: I am certain that you will find the qualitv -rood enough and prices luw enough to suit the. most fastidious. I am in earnest and will positively retire from business, therefore'if you want a bargain niclothinir. 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 often n " yiFI, -4 THE FAIR PLAY JOIIX LA CIIAXCK, Publishes. Fair Play Things. Wheat 75 cents at Hie nil'i. Miss Cora Shaw left for her liomc in St. Louis, last Sunday. Mrs Xap. ArchambeaMlt and l.m ily arc visiting Mrs. I'lauim. Mrs. Fred Flaimn is iu low j h...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 August 1884

ZXV iXVf. l-ulli:-.i-il Kvi-rr : tT GENEVIEVE. - l;itiirl;ij . XISSOIKI FOUR 3I1I.ES AHEAD. With hope anil with ft-ars we si-nt him forth, Ami they wintered there in the frozen North; Two winters they siwiit in the .Arctic zone. Where (-lowly they pcri-litl. ami one liy one; But surely we ouirht to be well content. Astovrattl the poll.-our explorers went. And they marki-d the exploration lino Four rnfleH ahe nl. OI hut the reconlis wondrous fine. With nineteen lcul. ITow many is that to the mile? Holi onl The n-conl Is maile niul the work i-s ilone. Though most of them perisheel iiloiiir tin- track. Wo ought to he thankful that six came hack. Of course we mutt count upon toil ami pain: Hut think of the record ami think of the gain I Wc hare paiwl tieyond the llritlsli mark. Four miles ahead! Ami here ami yonder are cold and stark Our nineteen dead. Where is the man who made tho mark? Turn over the leaf that page Is dark. He made it Hint s glory enough for him. Though cold id his lli...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 August 1884

I i I I . ! T JN4 i i it r jsv-.r-r-i r.v& i -a STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.'. SATCIiDAY, AUGUST .50. 1881. NUMBER 13. i - ; stfvT3K-5 -5"r I 1 a SI riinKii)NT AJtTiniR-frcived the oflleTs of tli( tiricly:Tolicr'i5t;"iIItfmi n!i't!!') Slit Maliili BrIlyiii-;"attlioiatc of tiiirty jer rtny from diyHs &tt-ib ; . Many ictSnftWiiitTj- In -which drought iTfill("i liplieeii IwiefUlel by recent cojnous tains. Filtn destroyed V. H. V.lsm Abdr.1 lah stables at Cviithi.in.i. Kv. Seventeen fin.- (r-Sult'-nian''wSrburae(l?oL 1 ... JVJ J Ji V !5 "-." I K TiiKitr. were four --n di-nth from cbolera at Marseilles duriiistlie twenty-four hour endioraT.!).; hpe'-SWIi. !iylfTe t ""' i-l? . 2t Ptq Texas, iffmiin-!rtr nrHc-ori-nt-Tars-. Judno Silas H.1 e, of Craysou, nnd Jiio. II. SIcL-ary, of 11-xai. ' ' Tiikiu: wens tweii'y-fpur hours end-d at 9 . fn.to-4jli ois'.it cholera deaths at Mar-eille ., and one m this hiilim hs of 'i'o-ilon. Vincent I JJkadtokii, of Fliiladolphia beiucnlhs his law lil.iaiy.nn...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 August 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. IIENltT 8. SUA W, Editor. SATURDAY. A UUUST SOTir. 181. Occasionally complaint are insula ay eul- Bcrincn inni ineir ricn no ant iraco uiera regularly. Wc endeavor to hare aur mall In the pMt olfiee, long before tbe tiare fixed by aw tor the rinsing ur the mails. ThU is all Ibat wecaudu, fur after mr papen are de posited in the post office tbey ate beyond eiir contrul. and we can not be responsible for the Tsarariesortlie u, s. mail service. We will be thanklnl, however, if any snb acriber who fail to receive bis paiier regularly, will notify on br Dostal eanl. statins: bow auny omissions hare occurred, whether the list lor ms omceamrn. ana sncn otner circnmsiancrs as will enable us to refer the matter to the I'ost Office authorities for investigation. TKKMS OF SUBSCKIITIOH. BT MAIL tie AbVANCrf rOSTAOE riWrAID. One rear. finitiile countrl I.W On year, (outside ) 1,50 ADVKKT1MXU KATES. One Colitmn.one year $.100,00 Admlnstrators' Notices 3,u Stray Notices 2.S0 Kditori...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 August 1884

x Plain jet! J-:v-ry R-nliinliiy- BS E! ILING LITTLE HOSE. unite Jro blue an.1 innocent, tiled ciieelc Is fair. Ir pretty cherry lips rcjtfl sweet nmt rre. ! full of miHrn pr.ico. BBle.1 with reiKH-- fwcet Kistii. slio li '' Ix' niin. lux little lion;. li-cd llowcr, throufrh 6UP ami er. Iforall life's woe-; In aru our, our tilis-s l:Kun, liiiff little l!o-c. jher small white lininl i mine rials leave me Bail, h her inoili-l. tender onirs 'I,; my spirit ida'l; -i no stranjto, aJinlnnireye i ily she noes v wav. from day to any, Ilinif little Itow. Lit..l il...ror- throillfll SUM '"! IWer, k rorall life's woes: Jts an- one. our th.s titituii. fling little Hose. tuxe built tlioir R We passed "P three nights of stair, and came to a closed door: that. I felt instinctively, belonged to the owner . the mansion. "Kcmain where you are," spoke the old woman, and taking the candle u:tli her .-he left me alone, standing in utter darkness. She was gono about live minutes then the door opened anil...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 August 1884

And They Keep A Tumblin TJ crlt rtpt the w that poi' coot W aeril will oml. h'm a ro' hr mm r Obi Out Om Ad 8tr Kd .S not 3 Xot only in Cloth made by any one Ste. We have reduced the Brown Sugar wo dollar. Best X. 0. 10 to 12 pounds for ings reduced to J 1-2 ing but other goods Genevieve merchant, following Goods : rth 16 pounds for one Clarified sugar worth one dollar. Best 10 and 8 1-3 cents per y as well. Our buyer has just returned fro m the city where he has been making the largest purchases ev ry ii a. a i , i i . . i i i. i - l 1. i Kuiisuijuuiiuy our picseiu eiock must oe ciosea out at prices in wnicn primus m uui uu consiacrcd. Bryn Mawr No. 10 re duccd to 12 1-2 cents cases Amoskeaj; choic BR Bfl a (larious Victor r. It isn't a very loriosis victory the United States army i aetiiu viug in Ok lahoma. 'cd( not 'ce tl.:it tiie demo initio lioii?edid any tiling more than then-publican senate to avert the neces sity foreuchn spectacle uitwittiiouftiutl tcttlers on American laud...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 August 1884

'Closing Out Sale of Merchant, Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 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 otter to the public my entire stock of Qlotki&g-. i.e Gloo&Sp Hats aad Caps, CSteatXesaeaa's Fwaiskixxg 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 linelothiiijr. men's 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. G. W- HAMM. t v i THE EAIR PLAY JOHN LA C1IAXCJZ, Publisher. Fair l?lay Things?. John Brickey, of Fort Charters, Ills, was in town last Wednesday. Mrs. Odile Valle was quite sick one day this week, but is now convalscent Jules J. and Miss Mimi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 August 1884

TV i i 3 TV rax 5j3la:g,. J?ullii-lifMl 22vi-y .S.'itui-ilaj . 6T GENEVIEVE. - -'MISSOURI. Chlorallsm. A decided case of phthisis," I said to myself as toon as I entered the roiu 'and saw my patient lying on his back in bed. "Advanced stace, loo." Do you couc-b very much?" I asked. "I don't cough at all," he replied. "Hut I am dying by lnchc-j for all that. I don't know that I shall ever leave this bed alive, and it is perhaps for ine ocst, lor 1 sutler fearfully. You do not see mo at my wont now, but at my best. It is toward evening my dreadful distress begins the rest lessness, the indescribable gnawing; tearing and "dragging at my heart, and this continues till nine o'clock when I take my draught; then it is all over; I sink into a sleep, and I am as dead as stone until morning." "Your draught," 1 said, feeling the pulse, which was soft, feeble and slow. "What draught?" He merely "motioned with his head to a table that stood handy to the bed. 1 took a bottle up. It contained some...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 September 1884

.1 T'.v i' VOLUME XIII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER li, 1881. NUMBER li. A 1 R PT 4 i F- - i. 34 I !! 1 Pi CURRENT " TOPICS. It is nejrdn 'rumored that 'China has foimilly declared war.against J-'ra lire and lmu'livtl Japan. It is rumored thai Ktypt lias notifiol I-.ii-jI.-oid that she is bankrupt and unable to meet current expenses. E.NtiMsri lionKhoM in of the tteiiyor & Itio Cranilu Itailmiv aro taking i'eps for n it-organization ofr tho conn .my. The panic in tin- ue,ar trad-; at. Vienna continues. Anotiier large house failed on tin- iStli, with liabilities nnrmntiiurto? V, OJI. Ox account of an improved demand tho coke fin nacos of the- Cloniu'llsvillis (I'a.) region will run .six dnys instead of five in the u. uefcTj? FKitRT.Xrini) ilicis;r ot Sl'rance, pays that eVirit toCSui 'ia tljcuelicry: It h.n U-en imirassible to (ruat'iir Ida. jafetvil izid nation. Oxk of tho latest ruinous out is that sev eral of the (ireely Mirviors have lieon se curcil by an owner o...

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