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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 June 1873

S. HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. THURSDAY, - JUNE 'JO, 187a. ' HOME AND SURROUNDINGS. Sprinkled on Tuesday last. Don't forget the picnic on the 4th. Head tho advertisement f our Job Printing office in another column. Our public school and also tho convent . closed their terms on Tuesday last. Our Home Minstrels win pv jn cnici- u;nn,,nt at some not far Mstant day. I Do-rt forcet the Germania Vcricn pic-: the 4th of July. mCn . v ci , . iwa fr 1 Mlinc out Eastern bhoos 4 Loot for lets than cost at uau2i:. i Miss Flora Detrhcmeiiay win pieacac-, mt tho thanks of our bcttr half for a rapima bewtiiul feoquet. . . f, y 1 ' totonlitaS --".Wl-nd f-ther prosecution of tho 1 ... irpnvttn ' fiun utmi(l..ti a.I f.. tl.D lunula. o x.ii.r.ik. Bear in mind that there will be a grand ( Vir nic on Maxweil's Ilill on tho 4th of July 1 iTftt by tlio Gerinania Verien. titetnent in extra. CoL Louis V. Bogy will please accept wir thanks for a copy of tba census of 1S70, and other valuable public documents. S...

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 June 1873

MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS. A woman's printing company is to be organized in St. Louis. TnE Italian fardinc is fast giving way to the American "shadine." A life insurance company for women Is in process of organization in St. Louis. Gooi potatoes and corn have their eyes and ears about them. "The good die young," especially dur ing the season of green fruit. The Vienna Exposition is now called the "Vienna Exposure." Expositions are plavetl out. No objection can posribly be made to receiving an epileptic pauem ai a imspuai because he is in a fit state of health. The Mexican Minister is of opinion that no trouble will ensue from the McKenzie raid into Mexico. One of the Danbury man's clergymen ' i - r . . T . announces uic marriage ice i , ;' dren half price. Giiassiioitek shortcakes and potato bug pics are plenty in the Chinese restau rants at sn t rancisco. STfWTfivn witli red Knots are to k worn with low shoes this summer, so that mosquito bites won't show. The Woman's Journal has ca...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 July 1873

FAIE PLAY. j3 FCBU6UEU bveuy xucnspxv cr S HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One square. sity words, one insertion... $1.00 Kach sti!,,,men: iuertion ,ro llu-inrs- I'anU. ., inch fjvuoe per year... 6.1H) One-nuarter column, one ear 3S.0U One-half column, one jrar M.oo One column, one year" 100.CO I:-played advertisement charged by the inch. 13" All trausient advertising mni be paid for in ad ance. S3" Yearly adu-rtijomeata paxalde iuarterly 14 advance. OFFICE OX MEKCIIAST STREET. South Side of Public Scjunvo. TEKKS OF SUBSCBIPTIOIT: lnrrililr in advance. one cop-, one year Sl.SO Sub of ten to saiue Foat-oIUcc aab of twenty to same Tost-officc 20.00 Club rates do not airily to Uie city rf Me. CtncrkTe. Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, JULY IJ, 1873. NO. 4. Miscellaneous Selections. WHITE FLAG. "In Oxford (Snilaii'l.) last May, tliere was mnch ueriilexity anil hurniMnR among the in h!.iUnta n-jranlin ...

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 July 1873

il 1 T1IC1WDAY. JL'LY "As Ton Like IP Hilling tho last century or two of jn existence numerous opportuni- tar. li;ive bccn-ollercd the town of Sie. fJenevievc to riso from its leth argic .-lumber and lake its place nnioug tlio growing cities of the v.eattMii world, all of which it has jiciMnlently refused, tenaciously ail-h-:i'ig to the cti-ttoin :.nd humdrum icfiiliarilies of it" founders. Ho up par Hi to ;;.ipitsl and entorpiie hflr, iiiii liianif'.-.-t diita'te for jnogrts-'ivo. itl-:i and urdei'!i itislilutions he in'-, that now hy t.fit consent, pro- "Yu.iiand its e ne initflilt infliionco -inm her gloom- d:igm wore upon the other !ioM For tho r their hi-ain and :!,gCnty,ot!lCr chan- noi.si.r tho influx of their woalth ind pt-o-pcrrity Viimovai foresU with all their alien-. riant hilsllo and lUy activity, noiv .-odds, as it woro, havo boon opened j lo tho minor, the farmer, tho artisan ... . ., . , . , -.!-" nW.r mliilii4 Qln f2,..i.rtn." ' I remains just as she was a hundred i...

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 July 1873

iijH S3IITII, Proprietor. 173. 1 THURSDAY, JDLV .1. HOME AND SIRB0UXDIN6S Don't foijjet the picnic on ihe 4th. lne J rrair. Show! will be in abundaneo tot the nelt feirdays. Donl forgot the grand pic-nic to-morrow. Sellinc out Eastern Shoct Sc. Boot for 1, Oncost at C.KAUMS. The brick wall of F. C. Boaicr & Son's nsir store hoilse ire looming up Mr,. Jan He fcUIUIng Is nr.rlj com- " ' . . I,lcua,andTVllltoonMre.uJ..,.- tion-. , Wcnotieoair. a.bi. bukx. -.". ". , Beij. og.v. oi cu - K-ck. Btnd the tha card of Olifo Street Hotol in another cslumn. Partica wuhini; ngoiHl f .juara mwl should patronizo it Itain or ahine, night or lar, you will alwayi find Rj' Hck at the landing to -atkeccanaction with altboaU, upordonn. . . .. ... . M.t l. I-., in. tppiii iih. a new i I lie man ww im. ---- I tett now. Ua it vaitinf for olo ono to go immiH,, i dontiat another job. notice our gaod-natured friend Johnny Kern in the city thif week. lie will plcuso accept our thanki for late Su Louil fc M...

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 July 1873

JQ8CECLA5E0US PARAGRAPHS What nationin)ices most marriages? A Milwaukee girl is an accomplished cabinet-maker. The body politic of Spain needs spring diet Dux and peace. A rATKi-AitcriAL pleasure on a farm JUhe early and bright risine son. The "base-ball fever" is eminently "catching" in its nature. Etiquette If you pay a visit, it is not necessary to take a receipt. "Who breaks pays." This docs not ap ply to railroads, as thevpay men to brake. Advice to landowners complaining of poor crops Dig anu man your news. Perplexing question- Was Boston derived from Boss-Town or Boasting? A hound of plessure semetimes renders itclHHculttomake tilings square. Koktuxk may favor fooli, but that's a poor reason why you snouiu maice a 1001 of yourself. CixcixicATi" is" L'ettinir herself nretty thoroughly raccincinnated on account of rumors ot small-pox. A Bangor clergyman calls the new mnilULr UUnilt'lM "lIICUUIircI115IUiC uw dies of finery and frivolity." What, did the snider do when he came out...

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 July 1873

FAIE PLAY. IS rCBLI'HED EVEUV THfESDAV EY S, HENEY SMITH, Proprietor, nrrlCE OX MERCHANT STRKKT. BATES 01- 4DVEBTISI50 : imesmare, sixty word. cneiiMtrlicn... $1.(0 Kaeh subenient insertion. rt -o l:uine-s can!, inch space pervear... ,;,,o One-quarter column, one year &.x) cine-lialf column, one year. .V.i One column, one year IiM.lO Displayed advertisements charged by the Inch. Jj" AH transient aihertiiin,; must be paid for South Side of Publics Sciuaro. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Invariably in advance. One cop". one year . Club of ten to Mine ro-t-olhce nub of twenty to same Post-office 81.50 i:.:n ai.ou Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. In advance. gJClub rates do not apply to Hie rityof Me Genevieve. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. THURSDAY. JULY 10. 187:5. NO. r. H3" Yearly advertisements payable quarterly I in advance. Miscellaneous Selections. CHICKEN AXD EOGS AUK OUT. UT OErilF.CS C. KEP.K. Go, hi'le "1C )op, there, Itetfey, anil nail the hen-hou...

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 July 1873

IP it I f ft 1 1 f M 1i n I THURSDAY. - JULY 10, 18T2 The Farmers' Movement. "We bavo on several occasions been asked by our readers what this far mers' movement means, and we give below an niticle from Colmnn's Jlural World in answer to this interroga tory, and will merely add, iftho farmors' of Sic. (jcneviovo comity do not wish lo bo lolt far behind by Iheir brother farmers' of the country ihwy shoul bestir themselves at once and organize grargos. Let there bo meetings called by the leading far mers' of each township in the county f.nd tall; this matter up. There will be no trouble in jrcUit!'' sufficient light upon the subject to enable yon to organize. We heartily endorse this graud movement for the protec tion of the fanner, and will cheerful ly lend our assistance and tho col umns of the F. i it Play to aid and ameliorate the condition of the farm ing class and further their interests: "A great many lire at a los; lo know what the great uprising imong the farmers moans. Some ...

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 July 1873

S. HENRI SMITH, Proprietor. THtJBSDAY, - JULY 10. 1S73. 'HOME AND SUBIOUNDIKGS. Bead the curds of Messrs. Obermueller and Klein, in this issue. jff. p. a. Menard, who has for some time back been residing nt Fort Smith, Ark. lias returned home and intends to remain for tome time. We notice among others Messrs. C. V. Ouignon, EmilcGuignon, and Robt. Fiatnei, rommouly called "Bob," in attendance at the pic-nic on Fridny. Selling out Eastern Shoes & Hoots for lef j than cost at C. BAUMS. Prof. Kelly, of the Photographic pur s union i; la town, and has erected his tent in the courtyard. People who unt their shadows caught should call on him. Bead the advertisement of Mesrs. Rozier & Lawrence, of Ste. Mary. They are enter prising aud energetic men, and fair and square dealers. The very kind of men to patronize. i'Quick sales, email profits, and satisfaction, is their motto. Should you need anything in the job printing line don't forget that wo are sup plied with material, and have...

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 July 1873

1 gg 1' ; UK. i J, 1 f 1 I I. Hi ' MISCELLANEOUS PABAHBAPHS. The lawyers motto Suum euijue. A favorite ruse with the ladies Cliarlotterusse. Tiik plea of the crow "Hear me for my caws !" A took way of a toper claims that he belongs to the no-bill-ity. Tnr. future "Regulators" of society Boys and their mothers. Never nod to an auctioneer unless you wish either to buy or be sold. Complimentary mention of prolific hens should take the form or lays. Yocxo men should practice riding calves before tliev try the vcal-ocipcue. A towl farmer must find his business pleasant it is the source of such cgjrs-r-see. A wipe should be like roast lamb, ten iler, sweet, and nicelv dressed, with plenty of fixings but without any sauce. A drawing-room car isa good place for a man to get married in. for there In; can become familiar with the sound of the rail. It is sad, but true, that the initials of Sons of Temperance spell "sot," and that those of the Independent Order of Good Templars stand for "I on...

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 July 1873

L$tr. Gencvifrr ait ta$. FAIK IS rLHUSHED KTTKV Tnrasn.iv r.v S, HENEY SMITH, Proprietor, OFFICE OX MEKCiUNT SrilKEr. South Sitlo ol" Public Sfiunru. TEEMS OF SUBSCKIPTION : KATES OF AOVESTISIXe : One square. uty wiwb, vac insertion... Uo Kaoh sutfe-eouent inacrtioa n i Pusine anil, Inch epace per year . c'im unriiusnrr cuiuuui, vnr Ttar .. ..... ,. 3.1.1(1 One-half culurun. one year. Ww One column, one year , IMi.tO Displayed advtrttotments charged by the inch. 53 All transient a-lrcrtiuir miut lie paid fur in advance. Sj- Yearly advertisements payable iraarterly Ui aJvance. Invariably in advance. $1..V) li..' JO.OU Politically Independent-Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. STE. GENEVIEVE, Ma, TIiTrsDAY. TtULy" 17.I873. UBP ' ' 1 . J - Club of ten to ame roM-oHic. . gJeClubrates do notably to the city of Me. Genevieve. VOL. II. no. JHiscelianeous Selections. CHARITY CROSS. BV MARGARET MASON. Tinted are her cheeks Willi rose: fihe is waiting in the mows Of the lalling aijle-bI...

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 July 1873

i i j j 1 I UHSDAY. .1ITT.V 17 1T- 1 - Frederlcktown Reform. r-redcricktown hapy, 80 is the , ,e, inoro wiu ira no moro uium 1 1 v. - . ,i hups for Bix months. Tho Good ' JnvpUsre have triumphed, the rum .filers antl extra bibulous individuals , L ive bcon vauquiaheil and "all goes ' the hands of tho owner, and the pro .rrv as a marriage bell." Frcdcr-' ods shall bo exempt to tho amount ', - i i -i lot one thousand dollars for one year, Utoirtans arc going to bo legisla- ........ (ls .cd irto sohricty, decency and good i i.tHtwre. All thoVorld looks on with i.i .yiXhloss awo at the experiment, I . ... oAAn II. 'X JlftUIOUII II 1 1 1. I UUIII w iivwii a iamous as one of tho great bene- a-tors of the human race. Thc'lUo new ..remir-cs shall be worth , ' aro augtuciuou ana tne iun . .sest statesmen of tho world have, 1 more than one thousand dollars il will 1 gr ot deteat ivndercd Juiev. , , o and again, (ailed in the attempt, , b. as -gj-J X Z . mugh backed by legions of military Jfa;...

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 July 1873

PKOPESSIOKA. CONE; 1 CHALLENGE! i Cigar Alamiiliotiirci', v r vnpvdr AVbiw.vi'.o ar.d Rets"! Denier Sr. sTlENlY SMITH, Proprietor. The public arc aware that all Sewing Ma chine Agent propose to sell the beat Ma-, AND IELEil IN Qtltl Phmninrr flbdutnnn 1 fTl m fl Tl T Tl Tr 1 hi T I HT MASM'ACURER anU X t K K. ' cbice; but in order thnt no one may be de- OilU WlDWIiSU lUUdlM ATTUJiflfil AT LA W . DRY GOODS.UHOCEIJIKS. CIIAS. O HEKAlb EI .LE 11, , IfME ANi sfttKOUNMNeB. Commerce iaScblt county &ts of ltrg9 irar'e-houie and eio'va'tor. Agents wanted for the "Weed Siviinj; Machine. Apply immediately to L. A. ttllion; who is mm Sto. Geneviave. Jfr. Henry Hammrt who formerally birned the brewery at this place, hat pur ged a lite for a brewery al rVrmTngton, nd wU probably erect one right away. Sellufe out Eaitcni Shoes Boots for let. than cost si t,. ai,.-.. Vo understand" there it to be a graiiu picnic at Ste. Marys on the 13th of August, riven for tiib t'-'irpbse of raising fund 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. — 17 July 1873

MISCELLANEOUS eJaW,S' . ompoe a cross baby is She who cj-c wh0 composes books. 5mycirofthemilkinthecocinnt JFteen eclipsed by the hair on the out- side. Sausages are said to be a specific for nrue and fcver, on account of the canine in ttiem. PiTTSBUiiG suits some people. It soots them fo thoroughly that they have to wash continually. A fellow who soiled his coat by rub- binir it asrainst a ham. remarked, "So much for Ruckin!ham !" Tub rirls :irc ibruiinjr boat clubs in va rious p:irt3 of the country. At present they employ an experienced man to pun the stroke oar. Women are like horses the gayer the harness they have on the better they feel. we got tms irom anoia uaciieior who was early erossed in love. Tins old lndy who UFcd to dry her clothes on the equinoctial line has gone to Greenland to get the north pole to draw cistern water wi!h. The Indiana reporter who save an ac count of a case of poisoning by corrosive " sunnleweiit." ouht to make the cir cumstance the subject of a tal...

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 July 1873

te. fimrrifre atr ,8 rrU5iiEi tvr.uY thcrsday kv g, HENBY SMITfl, Proprietor. OfTICE OX SKKCHAXT STREET. South Sid" "f l""i5 S.ju.-iro. HE6 OF SUBSCRIPTION: SioS"' -auliritHJonotapi.ly to tli cityofstc. C,nrTieTe- FATE PLAY. KATES OF ADVEKHUXe : One wiuanr. sixtv wonb, one insertion.. 1.C0 Each subsequent" insertion - limine ctnb, inch space Jtr year . b.W One-.irter column, one year. " One-half column, one year One column, one year IPO.IW Displayed advertisements charged by the inch. rAlltnwMent advertising roust be paid for iu advance. Jj- Yearly advertiemenU payable nuarterly in advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY. JULY 24. 1873. NO. 7. jliscei iaiicous Selections. THE FRIEND'S BURIAL. BY JOIIX o. winniKu.; Mr thourfiU are all in yonIr town, Where, wept ' ny , rZity liy mother's friend lays, down TbeWdtnol her years. True as in life, no wor disguise Of ie"i wiln ber ? nd on her simple casktt lies Xo wreat...

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 July 1873

Ji r if t, : .11 ill; Hi Mi 30 Pi Eft Mfl K4H m 3 i THUUSDAY, - - " JULY 24. 187: No enlightened man can oppose the establishment of aNornial School in this County, or tho free school bye tern generally, except irom pure sel fish motives. Those that opposo it from other motives are too ignorant appreciate it. Wo frequently hear tho remark made that education wont make the ground of tho farmer produce an' better. Will sonio one answer us tho question. What section of tho United states produces the largest j-iold of averagu cmpi to the acre ? AVo'Il wa-rer a new hat that vou can't "find one in every ten in that locality that cannot read and write and is canablc of ntlendinir to his own "ijusinoss affairs. Poor man, note tho man in this county who opposes the .Normal 'School. He is not your friend. This institution is tho poor man's friend. Its object is to cducato tho masses. 'To edueato the poor man's child as well as tho rich. Whenever you hear a man opposing Mich institu tions, mar...

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 July 1873

at-af! OS SMITH, Prolirlelor. 'hose and sukkoiixdisgs. agf Take your county paper. J39 That was rather a rough jnkcj that Dr. KUUin QukL'' phyed on t ic bjrl-e. The elevator U completed and ready to receive grain. It improves the l.ppcnrftnit! of the Cne Mills wondrously. Agents wauled for the "Weed Sewing Machine. Al'I,!i" iinuiediatfily to L. A. ViUon, who is now 'n stc- Genevieve. Mr. Chai. C. Rosier lins built himself a neat little office on the oust comer of the lot upon which his residence Is located. John 15 Robinson, Esq., of Pcrryville, paid our city a visit this week. Ho looks as if the world was dealing kindly with him. The Howe Sewing Machines nre cele brated for doing the best work on all kind of goods, using a much smaller needle than any other Machine. Don't buy a Sewing Machine until yoll have examined the Weed. Every machine is j guarentecd t give satisfaction or money ra furnled. fmJRSDAYT - - JULY 21. 1W3. Tho walls of Messrs F. C. Rower & . " , , i i .i ,,, R...

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 July 1873

MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS. Set together by the cars Sheaves of wheat. A cnix that's never shaved An ur chin. The "Ring" fcr woman to have a lin ger in The wedding ring. Why are all shop-keepers hosiers? Be cause they keep a stock-in trade. Ipyouwant to know whether a tree is hollow or not, ax it. II rsitANDs will soon be bamboozled for bamboo-dress money. EoGAiiTowx, Mass., enjoyed a snow storm on the .id ot .tune. Women and Chinese figure among the clerks of the Bank of California. A fixk of S3 is imposed for a failure to commit suicide 11: Chicago. Why is as lover's heart like a whale? Because it is a secreter (sea creatur') of great sighs. Can a son be said to take after his father when the father leaves nothing to take? Always examine an old plug hat be fore you kick it, or it may cost you an am putated toe. All things arc systematized nowa days. Even every milk-train has its cow catcher. Paxton, 111., has a new paper called the Gimlet, which is going to try to bore its way to su...

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 July 1873

tr. Scnmcrciair iajj. S, HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE OS MKWIIANT STKKKI. South Side f Public Sni:.i i'. tf. tfrnmrrr air flag. FAIE PLAY. BATES OF ADVEKTISIICa : r.c ninare. sixty wonls. one insertion. si.oo Kaeli futk-niUfrn'mMTiiiTO "( HuMrir. nnb, nu-ti sraco HTir. . 6.W Oae-;ii4rter column, one jnar XV.co One-htlf column. one year .... J5.IM One fo'.iuuu, occyrar IW.OJ lii!iyeI advertisement charted by the inch. XJ" 11 trarj-'tom .fclrertislni: mM le r-.iM for m advance. TEEHS OF SUBSCRIPTION: invariably in a.lvana-. :, mm-, one J r aulof t -"- .rtiri-ntr t' same rt-flice .... Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. 1.V0 so.im ry Cl1 ratw ! 't apl'Iy llw ritj f Mr VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. TIIUHSDAV. JTLV 1878. NO. 3" Yearly advertisement tuyaWe in alliance. quarterly Miscel Ianeous Selections. THE OLDHVRIAL PLACE OF SA- BT ELLEV rKANCK TEliltV n..l.roal. white ro-'l rt'iws ly ti- idiee of Sit in the inlet's curving lines nf Ilruiwh the low arch, ...

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 July 1873

1 til LJk 1 If 1 M ti t KM 1 -in W-1 I m 111 I' I? i w (J9 THURSDAY, - Tbe Enemy's Lesson. Tl i-nnM ipm thnt. thrt tvirlv in , , . , . , ., I whoso ranti is supposed to be the Kicdre v,uu,iUU.. .. 6.-, cval depravity of morals among its public men, is to be the first to load in the good wot k of reform in po litical matters. The Iowa Republi cans have incorporated a resolution in their platform, that does them great credit and will tend to c ifect their lasting supremacy if accepted and carried out in letter and spirit. It is to tbe cll'ect that it is the duty of every Republican to withhold his vote from corrupt or incompetent candidates, oven if they have tho regular party nomination." There are somo things that wc may, with immense advantage to oui-f-elves, learn from our enemies and this is one. If the Democratic party would regain its old prestige in national politics, it would bo well to follow this example of their op ponents; makoittho keol on which lo rebuild tbo old ship a...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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