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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 July 1873

U9 BTjniNjg SMITH, rroprlctor. tauBsiAV, jdly si. lsra. H0ME AND SURROUNDINGS. Coninwrcehas had a wedding "in low life." JIf. Cfcas. C. Rosier has motel into his Mw office on Market street. The wheatber still continue! quite warm and mltry. Mosquctoes, bold arcd mullti tudinous. It is stated that eevcral cases ot suli ftroko have ccurred in tferty county, none, however, have proved fatal. The supreme court of Illinois has de cided that it U an indictahhj offence to Uar down, unlawfully, an advertisement posted hy authority ol law. It is stated that the Anchor Lino will ( putanothersteaineriiithc lino to run be- j tween St. Louis and Chester to transport the immenso wheat crop to ire snipped. The chinch bug is said to bo very troub lesome in Perry county. "We noticed, while passing through the "Uig Field" the other dav, that our" county if not entirely free tf them. A little son of Ignatius Moore, who lives In Perry County, had his eyo put out a few days since, by being struck with a...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 31 July 1873

MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS. Ox hand The fingers. A xew name for tight boots A corn crib. A Wksteux settler The sun at evening. A large mite Yoseraite. The happiest women, like the happiest nations, have no history. We are all apt to believe what the world oeueves anout us. There are possibilities which our minds shrink from too completely for us to fear mem. A scitkessed resolve will betray it- seit in the eyes. Wny is it profitable to keep fowls? Be cause lor every grain tney give a pecK. What is that which has many leaves anu no stem? A dook. The latest Americanism is "nuptiated." It is synonymous with "married." When- is a bullock's tongue like leopard? When it's potted, of course. "How to make both ends meat" See that neither end is bone. What did Adam first plant in the gar den of Eden? His foot. Female "mediums" in Cincinnati are fined $200 for dealing in spirits without an excise license. The most difficult gun to keep clean fouling-piecc. New Hami'Sihke pampers its State priso...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 August 1873

FAIE PLAY. ,6 PCBUSHEP EVfcltV TIIl-BDAT BY g, HENBI SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE OX MERCHANT STREET. South Sido of Public Square. XXEXS OF SUBSCRIPTION: RATES OF ADVEKTISIKG : One square, sixty wonl. one in.-crtion. . 51.00 Kach .-uljT;u.nt"mM-rti.n W llutmoj cards. V inch since per ear. . 6.00 Onc-ijusrtcr column, onr year 3A.li) One-half eoiumn. one year 3.V0J One column, oneyrar llO.OO lillayl advcnUfimnt rharavtl by the Inch. SJ- All transient advertising: miM bej-aiiiror in advance. J3 Yearly advi'rtis-viucnts payaWe iiuartrrlr in advance. inTirtab1yinJce- K.nnevear M.M Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. JiuhoftVa to same I'..st-office U.SO oil ot twenty to aaroc Post-office -u.uu rwClub rates ilo not ady to the city of Ste. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. THURSDAY. AUGUST 7, 1873. NO. 1). : t Miscellaneous Selections. "UXTIL DEATH." BY MARY B. DODfilt. i wm thee In the (lawn of manhood's hour ,p My jewels all. Pouring Item roun.1 thee in luxuriant show...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 August 1873

9 S t J 1 1 It If -4 1 1 I it 6 TflUUSDAY. TIio consolidation of the Chester and Tumaroa and Iron Mountain Jlail roads bas been fully perfected. Assurances arc now given that work upon the Iron Mountain railroad will lie soon renewed, and that abundant means will be bad to complcto the work in Ices than six months time Tlio Chief Engineer states tbat over two-thirds of the grading has been ac complished from the river to the Iron Mountain, and also that the road can be finished before winter. Tbe Normal Sckool Agalu. The question as to the county Bub perilling stock to fwure tbo location of tho Normal School Eccnis to settled in the minds of many persons as being defeated, as the county court did not order an electiou at its last term. Tint, however is a mistake, Our county court is to bold an ad journed term on tbo first day of Sep tomber, at which time the petition will again bo presented and with an additional number of petitioner. W bad misunderstood the decision of th court on ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 August 1873

gtSMITH, Proprietor, TflPBSPAT, - - AUG. 1ST3. 55mE AND 6UBB0UNDIN6S. Local news-5c4K- The past few days bare not been very 6TOrble for ice dealers, lather too cool. jjra.JJenry Janis moved into her New rt.idence on Merchant street on Monday Tuesday last- Ber. Father Weiss lias been indisposed for tie last few day, and was able to say nuss but once last Sunday. Barnuin exhibits bit great world's ex potiUon in St. Louis this week, several parties from here will visit it. yfASTKB : One yoke of good work oxene, must be large nnJ not over six years old. B MARTIN MEYER, Cone Mills. The Howe Sewing 3Inchine has no su perior in simplicity, and perfection of Me Junta, and strength, and duriabihty. And are sold on terms to suit purchaser. Call t Leavenworth's and see them. We re in receipt of an article clipped from the St. Louis Times, Aug. 3rd on the history nd death of Mr. Charles Bogy a Mtive ef this city with a sequest to publish the same, which arrived too late for insertion this week....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 August 1873

MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS. A distasteful ration Botheration. No great shakes Italian earthquakes. Moral instruments Upright pianos. A shoemaker's drink Sherry cobbler. What ase is the most deceiving? The sausage. iyCBRENT literature most in vogue Price currents. The shortest way to get to Sing Sing jnurucr somenouy in me second degree. A place to look for "old saws" Among the files of old newspapers. " There is a limit to all things" ex- niii, uic ajipL-uLv iur urniK. A max was arrested recently in Xew York lor being intoxicated with delight. People do everything good in modera tion, everything bad in excess. The best thing about sewing-machines is, that they nearly all turn out to be reaning-macmnes. Ak exchange says "Turkey is arm- iiiK." ii me uzar once ses at ner hi earnest, it will not be long before she is -legging." We supposed that the girl3 of America were capame or withstanding anv shock in the way of excitement, but the "American Girl" has just been beaten by "aensaiion," ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 August 1873

tf. (Sfttrvifrr air gtoj. FAIE PLAY. I9 rCBUSHEU EVEUV TIIIRSDAY BY S, HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE OX .MERCHANT STREET. South Side of Publics Sciuarc. XZBXS OF SUBSCRIPTION : teTriblJ-in advance. nne copy, one year ftl.50 aubof' to nc Post-office- 1J..-0 (jab of twenty to saint 1'ost-ollice (.() Club rates do not apply to Hie city of Ste. GeatTieve. BATES OF ADYEBTISnre : Onr;turr, irr wont, one insertion... St. 00 Kaoh MiWqlunt" insertion Hi Uuimss carets, . inch iuce jwrxear 6.00 Onr-.iuarter colanin, onrjear .' SS.eO Onr-lulf cotnnm, one vear H.W One column, one year.". liV.PO IU!ayed ajTertuemenU ehargeM by the inch. EJ-.Ml tranjirnt ailrertlsine must I raid for Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. in adance. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1373. VA ill I SJ" Yearly advertiM-meni ttaraMe naarterly yj, 11'. nUanee. General Miscellany. THE CHILDREWS CHUIiCH. EOM TBI GERMAN OT rAUL GKKOK. The bells of the churches are rinsing Papa a...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 August 1873

am ft J if: a I'M IB if tfii if if pss; is ii Hi I ilh'l, I W1 if? i THURSDAY. - - AttO. ll. 1873. Ex-Governor McClurg has been eloetcd Master of the Linn Creck Lodgo of Grangers. Ann Farley, an cmployco in a ubirt faotory, in JJow Ilaven, Conn., xm tho 9th inst., bat! her bair caught in the machinery, and bcr scalp, one car and a portion of her cheek torn entirely off. The steamer Wawasselt, running on tho Potomac river betweon Wash ington and Curriman, took liro about 12 o'clock on the 8th inst., at Chut tcrlans and was destroyed. She had on board about ono hundred and fifty passengers, and between fort' and fifty lives wero lost, Tho cause of the fire w unknown. Tho Iionton Enterprise cays : the count' court has ordered an elec tion to be held on tho 2.1 of Septem ber, prox., when tho votem of tho country aro to decide whether or not twenty thousand dollars in bonds shall bo issued ibr the purposo of securing tho location of tho Normal Sc-liool at Arcadia. Very liberal private su...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 August 1873

- AUG. 14. 1873 TflU" ' SiSw Aim RURBOUNDINGS. Smthtut Missourian, of Cape 0inXubrelhed its last on the 20th ulL FARMERS ATTENTION,! t .m Dating tho highest 'arkct Vtie0 for I am paying J0I1I; better. heat. Fousi.Acorderfor a Singer sewing Machin.. Tho owner can have the tame i, SlUngat tUb office, and paying for this notice. Wanted :-0nc yU of KoJ work XCnE' -t be buc ftifi not over six years old. slbt be large AXUS MEYER, Cone Mills. Messrs Frank Munch and Jules Jiovcnc. ,h0 Irfthereme two or three ihoUthsngo fcr Colorado returned borne last week. w il ,oema 10 grco ' 1 -rtttywelL Should yoUhccd anylnm-r in tne-job irinfuie line don't forBct that we are sup &ithmalerh. and have thefaeilit.es SWUil. orWs f uonrf.toMJ officoinboutheast Mij touri. Dontfoctliat ycAi caV. inrie close connection wilt, all the regular packet, be tween St. Louis. Memphis and Yicksbure;, by taking Jeo Roy'i buss. It makes aure conMttions with all the packet, both day and nicht. Thpeatewingmachin8 vft'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. — 14 August 1873

t 1 S MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS. The New Haven police are not allowed to talk on the street, nor to " smile " else where. A Florida man has made $800 this year catching young alligators for North ern druggists. A boy at Union, New Jersey, only ten years old, has been convicted of six incen diary Area. As late as the 14th of July snow-drifts and ice-ledges were to be found on the mountains of Vermont. A living amphibious monster, twenty feet long, is scaring the newspapers around .unite inampiain. Ose of tht new Congressmen from Wis consin brings experience. He has been superintendent of a lunatic asylum for five years, A Yocxo lady at Saratoga writing home to her mother, concludes with : " P. S. You will see by my signature that I am marneu, Ir a Persian turn Christian his head is chopped off if thev catch him. All sorts of wickedness is cured in Persia by the Shah's little hatchet. The Connecticut State Board of Educa tion have assumed control of the enslaved Italian children in New...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 August 1873

tf. Gtnmm fair flag. g ecMISMD EVICT THOSMT BT S, HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. "arcicr. os mxkciunt street. South Side of Public Square. prews OF 8UBSCWPTI0K: variably in advance. SJy.oneyear....... J?nb often to same Post-ofllee li.ro Ctubof twenty to same Post-office 80.00 rj-Club rate do not apply to the city of Ste. fltntvkve. tr. mtvm gm flag. FAIE PLAY katxs or AOvuTuure -. On (purr, sixty words, one insertion. . . tl.ro Each u(Mt)Dnt insertion :0 lltuinr&a raids, 3 inch utvv prrycar... 6.011 One-quarter column, onr year JS.wi One-half column, one yew. &3.0B One column, one year 100. US PLplayed advertisement charged ly the Inch. EJ" All transient advertiatng must be paid for in advance. S3" Yearly advenisemcnto payable quarterly in atlrance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1878. NO. 11. Micellaneons Selections. IS AS APPLE-ORCHARD. On apple", on the apple-tree, nSw fair you look! howtliieky...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 August 1873

the course in a single year. Students less advanced, pursuing the literary i and professional courses at the amc Fall?, -Mirror Lake and Glacier IVdnt were vi-it'-'J in ducsaccsssicn. Each one of the four falls alroiuy enumerated (and there are i Triors ?r:nn tv. i.'rt ? li s t- T-.!ifiVpr in tlip S.-rin.- time, can graduate in two three or, oflh, vca., ha,' ach9rni of u 0TB Wlj four years, depending on advance-. u t.o easy task to discriminate snd declare went. The student who can attend ' which is met nttre.ctUe or imj.rf ?ive. ! Xotice Farmers ! Fot mild, Pnradi-Iari lowline-. the Toll no .,au t;;at ,;, ;lnj shadow jonrney on TfitTiWDAY, out a lew monuis receives bucn :n Amotion as will enable him to teach ' f"OU:' rr" M" : . "i!:1 "r . J." . which there no turning hack t:.--t!irv is-.' .::-.,- tin Ii!ir,f.-.-. V ernJH i a better school, and to work unto .,.,i.L ;,.,.:.,. ;,.-.. ',,1 :,.r ,n. About two wiles hi s souiacflsterly , ) the highest standard." j--y, the F.ills of tho 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. — 21 August 1873

5 Iv OMiimProprietor. AUG. 21. 1S73. Tme and Sl'BROlNDIXeS SdJPJrJ' F. C. BOZIER 111 n.hr thanks, in behalf of the Stc. :.r0rnetBand.to the polito ofilc- . , ,,,mer Adam Jacobs for courti-1 tnot the steamer .issextenooa .-.vrmMi Mllw - - the hiehot market price for I h mrrmrv IampJ'BK wheat .J lri l it i. yXc bad the pleasure last fcunuay n.;;ni cf shaking tbe hand of our yoUng friend J. j A. Harris. Eq. of St. Louis. He has been , on short visit to his relations m this city - ! Wasted : One yoke of good work oxens, must be Urge and not over six years old. Cone Mills. , f TT T. V ... 0-3 me -other, or imbecile father. Alo3Sofr.ro- co to J cioui lives might bo saved each yt-ar by civ- Mther. on Monday last Tor Memphis, lo to be I Ins tatter of tins great nat,on iecbarce of the office of the Mississippi , Had 1, Mr hdltor, the intellect oi Cr Elevator Company, in the capacity of a Damd ebstcr, a Uornwe Groe ' t ley, or a Henry Ward Beeclier, I f o i.u .'wo!tId, even I hen, feel in v i...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 August 1873

it MISCELLANEOUS PABABKAPilS. A Haxdsomk Thlvg w Shawis A pretty girl. To Learn tiik Value of Mosey Try to borrow It." , - - A Maixk suspender factory uses alliga tor skins for material. Virginia talks of Introducing wooden railroads extensively. A BROOKLYxpenitent has lately added ten cents to Treasurer Spinner's con science fund. Nkwbcktport, Mass., ha3 an armless newsdealer who writes a neat " fist" witli his mouth. The St. Paul Pioneer says that July there has been about like September weather in the Middle States. Tna,Tenncssec papers can get more rat tles on the end of a rattlesnake's tail than the press of any other State. Reading, Pa., iias Ji new place of re sorta "Temperance Garden,'' where vo cal and instrumental music is given, and where nothing stronger than Ice' cream and domestic wine Is sold. A railway 'station agent down East ran away recenuy wiinsomcoi tneiuixis. and an examination has shown that a mis take he had made in his accounts covered the amount he carried ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 August 1873

PLAY mt AVwaam mmV AmVVammMVwBmmmnmV Jammalefaw VMmT - mVaVwflamaVemmamvaBj m-nt a? a oxacaAirr L W ..- Soath r.lde of Public Squarav. "y-' t "y.- ,. . tTMne " ttmm lL L. ..h i . , ---------. aar .. Xaaeh WMeaBer m.t$ MItJBbT ' OOwVamVaV w)BW TMHT. a . tfv.- ,7awwv haaa?aas'Ja5f''y SX'Miiar; i.st Se7iM-a-ttn---ee IMS 3Bi6eHeoms Selections. JONESi 1L-1I-1I.1, fcia mmtm was dlo'JaM- Shtf he'd leaTe them om red-ilia ad nrbt it Hake BOthl' bat, jtUowtoh oot- jUl mi HMIi nnm H-"n MR Ite MtOder be aot, to hi! (table ioc. T tD WWII thUWl l hitch MBMiW-f whew lead was rich. eeec-sans, immni ug aica, n at mia nau. l UIOUH OTO. whe aU of uttaEM. when eottoa would iprout, Bylhe JOB pwo pw ut mo am. fits i bjr hoaae where a nan named ,Bt ferfraei the edge of the town. aiwiurw pay mi mace, w-sauee, A" w rea-cu W MwC, weald get the land. Mteawlataur aM any earn, '--fJhaas he haaaht Mat wagon and teata. AadlaaaWWMahawne and track. mSSSm, 'wSaTke heat of lack. ja-aaB4ghhBaL-t-.--d, awteairaiiOhtJaB...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 August 1873

THURSDAY. - - AUG. 23. 1873. Keraul SekMl&v-Tfcelr Necessity. The object of the Normal School, we have been, is to prepare young la dies arid gentlemen for the profession of teaching. Education is botli a science and an art. "As a science, it comprehends tbo laws of tho physical aud mental constitution of man, and its relation to those mean by which be can re ccivo instruction and culture; as an nrt, it consists in. selecting and apply ing the means used for imparting in fttiuction -and culture. Like other cicncc", education can bo studied and, as in other arts, acquired skill ns well as nativo talent is essential to Miccraa. To attain a knowledge of tho science and proficiency in the art of education, it scorns evident at a stance that special preparation is no ceasary." That it is so will appear from the following gorieral consider ations, presented by Mr. J. P. Wick crsbara, formerly Principal of Penn vlvaiiia State Normal School, now Statu SuDcrintondout of Public - A School...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 August 1873

3 gSgrrg: Z - ATO.. S8. 1878. gpBSPATj .ftfCeatt Mill ate bow running night Hjo want the very bert cheek At f a BOZIKR & SON'S. informed that the puhlic ftaWatd Sewing Sttchiii ofliee hae . from iU former place to the M.rehwt andMaiain Mi.M ,Wh FAB1BBS ATTfiNTIQN! tiiifirtiihichtrtinmrket price for 2W -JOHNBBTTEN. jreather manager inspired ui with hoM oa Friday erentog that we would hava goo, raT b"tabu! our hope were W2rrjj:--0B joke of good work oxens, ;-u. kjL not over six yean old. ? -. MABTIN MEYEB, j Cone Hills. TuTaiTTu Fair, for tho benefit of Ik, CalkeHo church, will uito piace on me 2nd af IteiUtahw. Sle. Genevieve citl w raseectrally invited. A good ' Toboy a Howe Sew icg Machine go to F. laaTeoworth. For durability, and rsWof work it ha no equal , and is war nated to ran as light a the Weed, or any other Sewing Machine. The Seventh Annual Fair of the Wash' fegtoa County Agriculturyl and Mechani cal Association, to be held at Potosi, csm eoaBeacM on the 2nd day of Sep...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 August 1873

4 MKDX11IMI JUwra., - -ii. ... - in ris I? . A vlunww: wife heater, wttaoat rmn.'miiirf to' manl bis wife with his feet. , i " A SavaxAh nun atcjs his wife' false teeth when be wants to keep her from Thjs CaHAjrnJa ChiouKQ wn't ride after a Mack hone, beHevtea; taat may Chinaman who dees will 'soon line ana cue. Two bMhear partners in Cincinnati liked each other's wives so well that the? both -dfoerad aad reaaarried, and now uve as nappuyas can ne. . -A DKT-oooDfl ckrk in SorWleld. m was much BrortlVfl the other diy beeaase a young lady, who adnt acree about the price caaea t rbu ;im aiew, raa u ejongnxeo tape-worm." 7 J Txi.'MaM of the ew. CoorUioaae in CWaago ate atteatly eritfched, - Om wri ter sari: ''ThaaMraleeetk that of a eigar-bex witha alette bottle at one end ana a tot or pepper castors on top." Thb letBi r rrf TTiliani Trll was hon ored at aa Indiana Schntsea Verein, re ceattyvby a youth who threw a cham pagne bottle at his Otter's head, jnst ,fX3a au scaip oat spuunjr au...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 September 1873

Wr. 6wdftf flag. FATE PLAY. ,s rrBUHEi r.vEnr thcksday b S. W$. SMITH, -Proprietor. aojjlCBOX jiHtciUXT STREET, Btioutti SW Pubiio Square. TEKKS OF SUBSCRIPTION: mnv. one year S1.5J ff often 4e ro-fl!ee U.:x CmS of twenty to rame l,t-office a.i ClHljrateailon&taiiiiJyJo Utc city of 6te. xatzs or AOTSxiitnre : One .quar. Uty worts, dm lMertlon... S1.00 KachTObMqumt marrtion N Bustm-. cards, V inch tpwe per ear... 6.09 One-quarter column, one yrr - Une-balf column, ooe year , "U Oaecoluna, on year. 1W.00 PUpUyeJ ttrntiMSirriU cturgtd by Use inch. tAll transient advertising must be raid for in advance. Ey-Yeirly advrrtisnornu payable quarterly in advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 187H. NO. IS. miscellaneous Selections. " jERUsnr. Toe mnst com 'n see iis agin John, when the I nct'n tne.VIl Uk to see ye, f ye Il inclincil to come; . , Come when je've a mind to, there's most always m on its a V...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 September 1873

TI1UKSDAW - SEPT. 4, 1873. Oir Ctwitj Ceirl aid the Normal School QiestloB. Contrary to the expectation and withes of Vhe people our county court has taken upon iUelf the responsibility of deciding that this county does not want the Normal School established within iU limit or, in other words, it ha assumed that the connty judges an; the lords of the people, and if they tot want the school the people have siotbrngta say. At the last session a petition was present ed to the court with the signatures of ONE UUNDKED AND FIVE TAX-PAYEKS, cnany of whom were our MObT INFLU ENTIAL CITIZENS, petitioning the court 'to order an election to vetefortbe isuing ot 9100,000 in bonds for the purpose f secur ing this school. It being thought bythote (ireseutiog the petition that it anas a little more than the county coull afford, the peti lion was witbdran and the matter allowed to lay over until the special sessfea which convened last Monday. During the period intervening a meeting was called at Fa...

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