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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 May 1873

Sbe tf. tamer $tit glaj. Ii li!ilihed Eccru Thursday by S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. Ol'KICL- ON' MERCHANT STUEET, (Soulli Side) Soutli Side of Public Sgnare. '1K11MS OF at?UsCKIl110X. Invwiaalv in advance. One copy, cr.o year SI. SO Club of ten to same Post-office lL'.iVi Club of twenty to same Post-office .20.00 jtgrCIub rates lo not apply to the city if .te. licncvieve. OFFICIAL directoby7 . Twcntyeth Judicial Cirduit. (Circuit .IikIc 'Win. Carter. Circuit Attorney B. B. Calioon. Sic. Genevieve County Offlcials. l'pnreentativc It. (i. Madison. Circuit Clerk .loe ISauman. Count v " John L. Bogy. fjberii!' Joseph Huck County Court Justices Miles A. Gilbert, President, St. Mary ; Herman LiMie, Ste. Ger.evieve; William 11. Pinkston, Punjaub. Pru'ecuting Attorney F. J. Morcau. Trea-urrr L. Bert Valle. Asfe'sor Joenh A. Krnst. Comity Purveyor B C. Amoreau. Public Administrator A. Guignon.' Times of Holding Circuit Court First Mondays in May and November. Ste. fieiievievt; County Court m...

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 May 1873

ft have made his escapo, in all probabil , ity. He was then returned to jail, and .Mr. Wilson, the jailei treated him to a pelt of jewelry, consisting of a pair of bracelet., with a nice little chain convince licr that the soldiors dare not disobey his commands. Donald McKa3,captain of the Warm Springs, also had to pledgo his word that the scouts would not interfere be- ' connecting them together, and an-! fore Dixie would leave, but Dixie had j other pair for hi legs, similarly ar-j very little choice. She wa told that THURSDAY, .MAY :r.. 1st.:. To our Patrons. Noxt Week! bsue of the Fair j Pi.y will complete the iiret year of. its existence. How Worthy it hut been of the patronage of the public we leave for our read arc to decide. It was frequently as-crled in the! commencement ot" this volume, that I i it would not Iji-st for three mouths. How well founded these :iscrtioi . were has been proven, li hut lived onl its three months its .six month and its year. .Many parlies, owing 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. — 29 May 1873

or: rat tx Us - $. UERY SMITH, PrOIiriCtOr. " ' ""- zrzr THL'KSDAY, - - MAY 23. - - iinn; vn ci:iiniTvmvi-o HOME AND SURROUNDINGS. We have u new cigar shop in town. Don't forget the picnic licit Monday. See card of I'nion Hall saloon in an othor column. We have been blessed r.ith nlentv of r.'..n fur the pat week. I'.n: Sai.k One pair of mules viars old. Applv to three AUGUST ItEOHLE. There will bo n Ii-ithoran SVhool Pic-nii- on Frail Monday, .lune iNl, 13":!, on Maxwells Hill. " :,0-2 Mr. Minnnl King. ?n id resident of tbi-i place died nt hi-i rciidei.ee on cunday la-t. From thirty to forty children will make their tir-t communion at the catholic church next Sundav. Tiie highest market piin- in t'ach paid lor Crcen at.d Dry Hides bv NICHOLAS V.MJHNKR. F01; S Northern I'l-al 4 I , r.r- 1.,, l.r.l ItOW llta . , Mathi, OnWr.,rnt,t..I?ftin bos 1 the I'u-t ollii-e fur Jiro buheU or over vil! hi; de'.ivera j in ,ulc. GunovieTO. 1 "Yc:ir.i:i receipt of ft emmunication boibre brcakit, to ...

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 May 1873

NOAH'S ARK. A fool ami his hair are t-oon ted. Johli Billings wiil try a abroad. tobacco Culture In Southeast Missouri. We are informed that Mr. Tatum, of St. Charles county, in this State, is j making arrangements to start man- ufactory, at this place, at an early (pell ; day. This is wh? 3- have needed for a loutr time. The attention of par- A theatrical prescription of scene Change tobacco manufacturers has been late ly attracted to the exceSloiit quality The Chicago hackmen talk of bar-1 of leaf raisod in this county, and in ingagraiiu Jehubilee. two or threo adjoining ones. There Jinan that ought to be lo-mcm-l is a0 reason w,,y "good a quality bcrcd A ono-kged soldier. I of leaf for the manufacture of chew- . inr tobacco might not be rucU in Southeast Missouri as in any pait of NewAdvertiaements. 12,000,000 ACRES! CHEAP FARMS! XT' a TJTvrT-vrnnnmvr! NEW ERA, WASH. Hl'GUES, Editor Hd Proprtf tor, The cheapest Land in market for eale J I'lABESCE 1EE Fabllsher.' The man who could...

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 June 1873

Thf tf. (Qf naif Mt glrry. j it PahlUh'd Earn TAunJnv ly S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. omen ox mkrchaj-t struct. (South SMo) .SouJh Side of Jublic Square. n:::u- orVt iiMTiiiriiox. Iiivnriihiv in alvay e. Oneeonv, o.-ieyc-ir ("nil of ten tn same l'o.'.-o'iice Clu'.. of tii'-nty to fame Post-ntHee .-.M.IHI CrofCiu!i rates lo not apply to the city of St- ItelH'rieW. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Twcntjeth Judicial Cirduit. Circuit .lulo Win. Carter. Circuit Att'Tnev It. 15. C:4lioon. Sic. Genet trie Count)' Officials. Representative I!. -"bullion. Circuit Clerk .toe l'mummi. County ' John L. l!oy. Sheriff .Jofph IIuc. County Court .rii.tice-- JIiI.3 A ('illi-it, Pre.i'hnt, Me. Mary: Herman Ii!li. Ste. ' l-ci.nicvc; Wi!!i:im II. l';nl.ton, Punjaub. i Pro'ecutirji Attorney K. J. -lorcaii. j Trea-urt r L. l'.erl Vatic. AsscfSor .Io-ep!i A. Kni.t. Conity Surveyor 15 C. Ainorei.il. I'uliliJ AJiiiin'Mrntor S. A. Cuinon. Tiim-6 of Holding Cin nit Court. First j jlon.i its in ''.Jay and November. j :H: (...

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 June 1873

THURSDAY, - JUNE 5, 187:1 Oar Enlargement. With this mimbor of our paper, wo close our first volume, and hope we havo rendered satisfaction to those who hare seen fit to patron ize. .Next week wo bcuin a new Tolumo. We have no new promises to make. We sball endeavor to ad vance the interest of our city and county as well as our own, and in do ing this wo belicvo wo will do all our readers will ask of us. Next week we will enlarge to a twenty-eight column sheet, finding that we arc some times crowded for room in our columns and arc not able at all times to givo our readers as much reading mather as wo would like to do. Wo hope, as we aro wil ling to do a little more for the public, that our subscription list will be much augmented the coming year. With this number, many ot our subscribers time expires, and we hope the will renew and each one try to send us a new one. There is no reason why the people of Sto. Geno ieTC county should not give one pa paper a good support, and, although ...

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 June 1873

6 ! Tbe ib ftlool Picnic. for fi$ ciildren of the i I" . 1 Lutberian school w a grand success, a nrvDV GUITII Pmnriatm , liveo tnmg passea oj pey ana au enjoy 1 "- ' f " -' - " I THURSDAY, - - JUNE 5. 1S73. Printers What, and Who are Thej? We believe that tho masses look upon us printers as objects, a little used tomo very isgwims modes of enter- j aoove uie urate, a nine lower man Uining the children, ttid vhile eulerUining mankind. It is expected ofbim to them, he interested theouaiders also. The ! take nonsensof all sorts and make juvenile arauEemeit CoiScd of candy tut-: 9ell90 0f ;t jf a m;gtako 'should oc- ting, where a raps i gtetched from oncCUpill lhe com itio, of what tho triw in nrmlhor m hinrrliil if Mnrti ens. pended by strir.B. Th one who "want ' aulhor Ils manuscript., (but what COMCTIOSEEY&ICE CRM! SALOOX. j MBS. AGATHA OBERMIELIER ! Has rrfie4 ma li-e erf sin saloon and con'tciien.ry In tlie bulldlifc formvrli occupied fcr Aufrctu.. WII-der'ssio-.-' ICE CREAM EV...

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 June 1873

NewAdvertisements. n-y,- -J. ' cr-t ' What's that, Bridget? a beggar, S-Jlfe---VV i'li lXY-r-t- ,.t il... ,lnnrV" l,n ili.miu.iloil I - .V-V - I Irt AAA AAA 1 ITlTiri "He says he's no shoes, sir," said 1Z,UUU, UUU iUJlV&O ! "irH'i' in2iMVU I t'CSftV IiriJget "an' the toes of him are on liltt llt.5l.A' o IiliOOUA. flltr in TT i the bare "round entire v." I -liJt-Vi l .viuis. The cheapen Land in-market for sale CUttEME LLE, - - - - Fntdttbcr. iFAEMINGTON NEW ERA, WASH. RTUIIES, Editor and Proprietor, A; he Ste. Genevieve One Price in" an ou co.vrr.niuToit. "Poor fellow ! And it's a sharp j Clothing I frosty morning too," said Mr. Far ......... PunU IMMPjMn TO.. ..i ' :.. . i ..ii t . . . - . ... . . .. 7 s-iid Mrs Far- 'luu:,r- " my ui'i uouis, ; in the Great I'lalte ailev. "The clock kev Sl.oO a Year, 73 cents C Months. (OPPOSITE THH COLMJl' IIOL'SE.) i The XE"W ERA is th only Democratic pa- You wil Jxa.n tool -i Well Selected A-snrtment oi" S,wn,!,!.,''fi. ... v .... j , 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. — 12 June 1873

- FAIR PLAY S. HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. BUM MT OFFICE ON MKRCnAKT STREET, South Side of Public Square. One aqaar. sixty m, om tl.M CiMlarM cards. lack sate par year... - One-o,uarier oolaaaa. oa year. SS.SS Oae-balf column, oa year .3a One column, onejaar. 10B.S TKBHS OF STJB8CEIPTI0K : , Invariably in advance. ' On eqpy, one year $1.50 Qnb of Kn to nise Pott-office 12. M) Club of twenty to same Post-office 20.00 rt Club rates lo not ajijdy to tlie city of Ste. Genevieve. Display id advertiarmcata charged by the Inch. All transient ajverttjing auut be pai.l for Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by None. in ajf anoe. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1873. NO. 1. Yearly advertMemenU payable quarterly in advance. JHr. Gmtvim air flag. IS rCBLMHXD XTSBT THca-SDAY BY Miscellaneous Selections. BY THE SHORE OF THE RIVER. nr c. - crascii. Throogh the gray willows the bleak winds are raving Here on the chore, with its drift-wood and sanus: Over the river ...

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 June 1873

ml 6 TflUUSDAY, - - JUNK 12, 1871. New Volume. Tliis weok wo launch our boat anew on the ncwspaporinl deep. We hope our past efforts hnvc met the wishes of the people. We feel that a. :i.:i?4 Hncir unnn 11 a ngraii. repuSIu.,.v, in the position wo occupy ue.ure , public, and feel also that we are m competant to perform the tank as it Bhould bo done, yot wo shall do- the Vest w can, and hope the public will assist as aw woomlcsvor to advance the Interest and1 welfare of tho com munity and to elevate its morals. Wc shall, as in the past, have but littio to da with political maltors; be lciving that political questions have leen too much agitated in the past, and that mi such agitation our past difficulties originated. However, we do not wish it under stood that our paper will be strictly neutral, aB wo reserve tho right to express our opinion in all cases where we deem that tho public are being imposed upon by political tricksters or ring. Willi a brighter futuro before us than we had...

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 June 1873

sTwm SMITH, Fwgrtetw. 5ihjbsdaT; JUNE 12, 1872. "ieME AN! SLttEOUNWNCS. gee V. & livenot Collector's notice. Read the notice of zed estate for Sale, a Mother column. The weather has been quite warm and mltry for the past few daya. WmA the advertisement of our Job Printing oBcein another column. -yV'e ue in receipt of a bucket of "nice" Mat. Thanks to the donor. A marriage occurred in town latt week, bat we have not been "officially- informed Fo SaiA One pair of mules, three year old. Apply to M-6 AUGUST BECHLE. Mr. C. C. Rorier is putting up a neat little office on Market street near his resi dence. Glad to see our town improving. The highest market price in Cash paid for Grsen and Dry Hides by NICHOLAS WBHNER. Our sanctum was honored with a beau tiful serenade on Wednesday night last by 4k. .M;ril talent rf our city. The music was excellent, and duly appreciated. New styles of nice and comfortable shoes for all made and sold by ' C. BAUM, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Why don't the citia...

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 June 1873

6EXEKAL ITEMS. Paikful SusraxsE Hanging. A Smart Thing A mustard plaster. An Oltwakk ltou.vn Bark A dog's. CocxTBU-rrrs Ready-made clothing. St. Louis physicians are styled "Mo. Does." COMFOBTABLK QUARTR8 TwO-fcWlling pieces. A widow is so called because she is anx ious again to wid, oh. Ax opera singer's most treasured jewel Her precious tones. Tub present depression In the tea trade has caused a loss of ten million dollars. The Chicago authorities are pursuing gamblers with " unrelenting fury." Vvlios County, Illinois, has paid $300 in lour weeks lor wolf scalps. A vessel has been discovered at Hali fax, anchored twenty feet under water. Nebraska is to have a colony of seve ral inousanu jews from uoumama. WnEN is a captain in his heaviest attire ? wncn ne wears ins snip. Do singers measure their time with the compass ot tiie voice or won tncscaiesr Or all the birds that please us with ineir lays, the most popular is tne nen. The Cincinnati Etimiirer terms the re cent executions, "...

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 June 1873

tr. ftrnrrirrr fair i'tag. FATE is rcsusnxK evkuy tih-bshay by S, HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. ' OFFICII ON -MEKCIIAXT STKKKr. South Siil r Public Scj.u:tro. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Invariably in a.hwc. s, w one cipv, one- year S1...0 ilnh or ten t" sam,: It-t-ome 1 i.i O Clu! of twenty to ham.; I'ost-offlce sii.i Club rate3 ilo not apply to the city of Me. Genevieve. KATXS OF ADVEBTISHf G : I tine square, sixty wonts, one insertion.. Sl.co i.acn stiosetjueiu insertion . Illness card, inch space per car . ti.01 Ouc.ipiarti-r coicitm. one 1 car ...J. . . XV.io One-half column, one year M.W One 1vlun.11, one year" Uv.OJ Pi.p'ayed advertisements charged !y the inch. y- All transient advertising mr.-l be paid for in a-hance -Yearly advcrtt-t'iim'.ls potable inrartcrly iu odtouce. Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. THURSDAY, JUNE l!, .87.1. NO. 2. to (Bfttmr re fair tat. Miscellaneous Selections SIR GILES OF URITTANY. Giles of ISritta...

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 June 1873

cvri-t The West. The cw York .News takes Choosing :iu Occupation for ft To all Points South and North a s iniinir nan i ' Successful Farmers ... Hverv dav wo wearsome man. in .iic yrc.v ioi-k ews uiuw iuuii, .uuh- , x . i , t. iiea!diigofthosucc"s-iofMr. soand broad and biisim."-s-;H;c view of the . Let overy young man choose hrs Ifl611lPUlS OllU ul. inilllS IdCilil UU J. THCKSUAV, JVSK lit, I;::. Tire New Elevator. A few weeks since wc notod the fact that a new elevator WS5 To bo Imilt in connection with ?ho Cone n 'VulI. he'r, a lot v fellow in late renresentativj H.-sembla-'cs of.cwn occupation us lite. In asv "7 J I farming. Ho always makes good the West and Hc.it If, held at St. Louis I event let him choose it. If he has crops, and I cannot by any possible and Atlanta a View quite in con-1 no particular bias or bent, let him means have the luck he has. Why is ' tra-t with that tti' some other Ka-j find something to do all tho same, it? I work a hard; I manage first tern journal...

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 June 1873

. " r" iTnBXi SMITH "Proprietor AMJSW Thursday, JUNE!. 1N73. ?S?SSIL. 1 ?"-" . -ii Mm. O berinuller. tW:'t hlC ?ecere V" iiV TToimal, vle X, IIhva tlnr iritriu to sleeij. I - . . . chn.il aeiTS. JIavo lliey goiiu 10 sicep, SCOW" :.. ud the contest ? , The bighe.,1 market price in Cash paid J forOrtenar-d Dry Hides by J MCHOLAb fcH.K. Fob SALE-One pair of mukf, three ...n old. iiPI . . . ... ... no-r, AUGUST ItECHLK. Boar in mind that there will be a grand Picnic on Maxwell Hill on tho 4th of July giren by the Gernmnia Verien. See adver tiicmcnt in extra. New a tylws of nice comfortable hues for all made aud sold by C. IIAUM, Stc. Genevieve, Mo. aJXl buildi'ng foAhe benefit of The t,URrfgtion of River Aux Vause chuich. Kcad the comiuunicatin on the subject in another column. Krad the advertis.ment .-f our Job Printing officein another column. . KulcnlKs for the J-.iiu 1 uvr VVc notice that ur dd chum Hon. I Kcwcum, of Fredenctown, has moved to Crystal Citv. on the Mii?,ippi. Couldn't...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 June 1873

GENERAL ITEMS. Nature's Tailorings A potato patch. The Nuisance of the DAY-l'ostal cards. The only Ktop iliat should be tolerated Tlie Wedding King. When a man "lires" with wrath, what sort o! shot does he use? "'Tis thaid that absinthe conquers love." It often conquers its lovers, too. The book to which reference is most frequently made nowadays The pocket book. A ok.vti.em as, in a fit of absent-mindedness, told another that he had two sons both boys. IIakncm is looking round for a polite hotel clerk to add to his collection of cu riosities. Vkrv Certain-. The surest way to lo?e your health is to keep drinking other people s. Compensation. The more prices go up the more we have to "come uown" ior everything. Why is a man who ran awaywithout navinir his rent like an ollicer in mc army ? Because he is a left-tenant. Tiii-.nKisa.tlmc for all thinirs. The tinmto l.-ivi-is when a vonnir lady asks vou what sort sort of a day it is for walk ing. A man. writing poetically of the weather, ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 June 1873

1 ..se nTTTTT r-nftni fvioiin. STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI JUNE 19, W3. .5. .T V. LAND DELINQUENT U6T STK CHKTIETI Far the Yeir 1872. Township SfyBajige G East. , r BKSCSBTIOti OF '0 r. Cl I. j. r s& r- , TO WHO ASSESSED. BXAL ESTATC ! Market WIUUB 2 m "'I .fry Barney r t? 5 tawje.-.r s1 1 ' . RL 1 i -St awl swl n. iw nej nej Sec 1 6 6 6 ..aw, Aofs.,.$.cl4 70:Jk-2 28 1 48 -107 40-, .1 24 40 1 07 .,-5 eta .WWtwJ tit! selt4--i' nwl nwiV c-j ,-wJloVlaeT, , wTlotlnwP1 49-; 1407 An ii 1 63 1 62 1 17 v rssaw mi ww. il rutf iWiUisfn: BoiwJ- j - ,;.3 Tkw ueo nw.ae; loS HoUj irfiwlTwkfrlwftftyBtl dr m TjlorGJkWC 1 1 J M 48 3 5 3TL' -4aJ t89 5 ' I40 2,80 ,r W 2 89 7i4rJ ' 449 -3G-40-J9 rM4 8 '40CI 4TR0 -9 4r 10 JOjUnO.llT - ;1. UJ:i3 v9uvr lit ;W:i!J4 J 1,71 .. Xidcatd fot Thunnw Chu'A lama ame , . Richard Jo Dtc) nwj ne te nwj net Clay well Shadrfck pt ne nwj ne nej ue scj swj si4 w) net net iw swj ej w iJ nsc ej iw net net ne swf nwj mil w nwt ame Tutley A P same. DerriDeton Frt 8tmuguanJn...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 June 1873

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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 June 1873

tf. Genevieve fait H- !S I-L-llLISllEK EVKr.V TUIT.SI-AY BY S, HENSI SMITH, Proprietor. ornci: on merchant street. South Side of I'ublio Stiuaro. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: lnvari.il.ly in a.Ivanoe. one eu' J',:ir . . . . , luli of ten to uu,: 1 ""t-olliw-- I--1" (lull "f twenty to am,: ro-t-'flic I'O.IW ;3Clul rates i!o cot ajijily I" the city of Mi-. : Geneieie. I tr. tirnrrirrr fair gtaj. FATE PLAY. BATES OF ADVERTISUf 0 : One ni:irv. sixty wonls, one insertion... 01.CO Kaf !i Mitwniurnt" insert ion 50 ltu-ine- anb, im-h tjiace pcj ;ear... 6.W n,-iuartf r column, one year S5.IW Me-hair column, one year 5i.n One column, onejear HW.OO lillayeil advertisements charged by the inch. All transient athrrtistai: nuist lie paid for in alanoe. Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by None. j ' Sj-Yearly a.lverlwincr.l pa able iiuarterly in khanof. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. TIRRSDAY. A TN E 2, kST.i. NO. :j. JBiscel laneous Selections. A ItlirME OF THE RAIN. liT II0SS1TEK J...

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 June 1873

J i m i " 111 TDintSUA. - - JUNE 'X... Tie YouncMen of Ste. Gcnclee. We have noticed during our sojourn in Ste. Genevieve a number of young men, who apparently have no employment, and vet socio-to be . . . .. . . ; i .t. intellect. hy is tUisfor ino an-i flwer with many very naturally comes that they eaniind nothing to do in.' " i. . ,., . Ste. Genevieve, while others seem to , ( Uiiuk.ihatUiiyIu.ve plenty of money, ' and d not need to work, or learn , . . .i ( ally liaue. itun in uur uihiiiuu min , " 1 : is poor logic. Every young man, whether rich or poor, i-hnuld iSccome ....i.. i i. . cp.ai.ucu uuuc u. .-..u v. . IniMiiOMt bv which he can secure to llirn.xeif ail hoaest living. In the case of tho poorer ones it' in an actual ' necessity, and again with tho-e who ...u. ......w. C.ntfiti ... n 4"i ni .iro'i! ti.iiit. ' . ...un. ... - j of view, it may at some . future tlay ; Iionomu a necessity. Your wealth - ... i.-.-t.. ir...:!. in.. ' may iuKC4ioiisv.. w.li-3 muuj .j. I' I I :,...

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