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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 September 1873

gPAr"" - SEPT. 4. im AN 81 RR0UNDL6S The Weather It hot. Th Weather If dry. Ain'tM Our county court convened in extra letuoa on Monday last. If you want the very best checks at "Srfi rer yard, go to Jf F. C BOZIEU & SOK'a Oh 1 wont somcboJy bring us a local item. We understand that Judge Bobbins v.. l :.,i;,nnnl forn few dart buck. Ill VKW I - Fo KtSr. A small farm near Hie old Felix Yalle farm on Iforlh tal,or'9 cret. ' T.S MATIIIS. I, Ourcounty 3. ,..w.j, r We send all our "bad egg" to ! , Vamungton. 1 Lt Mondavi, iaidto have been the fittest day of the teaion. The thermonie- j ter stood Vff in the made, xueruay was artfarbohlnd. If vou want nino and a quarter pounds of the vary best rown BJl . j . i . i . ,Wff thieve, on Tuesday night. They o Mloon, jut thn burglars cti , . .u. i.i;r.,i rm, iii the romer uf lured the front door, and fired ono msom w ....... m - i Ike wurt house yard. j . Wo understand that the roof of Mr. . escape. On Wednesday morning Btliraiai'a new ware bo...

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

5 MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS. Cax a pretty woman be a plain cook? Florida has just sent out fifty tons of sponges. As English authoress has written a booktoprovehowalady may dress on $75 a year. Askoli Bale of 19,000 head of cattle was recently made on the North Platte, in Wyoming. The average price per head was S10.50, the total being $200,000. " Kissixo CnoQCET" is the latest. Ac cording to its rules a lady is allowed to move her ball six inches every time she favors her gentlemen opponents with a caress, it is popular all round. "heiiecca j oxr.s. vou are tern to expel. By the habit of drinking so such a false thirst is created. We should ffcink only what is needed. The habit of drinking more will soon be over come, and the person will, feel much stronger, and more capable of bearing fatigue. In winter little fluid is needed, beyond what our food furnishes ; in sum mer. Home more, but not much. C.untry MatchMaking at Saratoga. William Leland introduced another young gentleman to a ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 September 1873

FAIE is rcBUSnin tvaitv TiiunspAT i PLAY. S. mEY; SMITH, Proprietor. XAm IDTOXBDrft: MM omCE 05 jnERCHAST STREJCT. 3putli iil of Public Square. Onr nimrt?. tlxtf wm4t. mm lawiwow... 91.00 Earb uibMqurnt ismtte .M Biuranu card. V inch man vrttir... CM Onr-quartcr cotama. ooejesr. 3B.M On half cutomn, one year. SS.W One columa, oacjrar. 100.00 TEEMS OF 8UB8CRIPTI0H: hiTirUbly in advance. One ypy, one jear... $1.80 Club 01 ten to um Post-office li.jo Ciub of twenty to same: I'ost-oflice 20.00 j3- Club rates do nat apjdy to tUe city of Btc. 6cLevitVe. IHptTnl adrttineaU charjtwl by tba lack. f All taaafeat Mimtialng moat bepaUte In aJrancr. U"TcarlT atlratiatnrBta narable moteh VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1S73. NO. 14. a auTwc. . I Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. PVLPIT FLOWERS. I lots u flower. I love their tints and graces, Their radiant lirauty, and their odors sweet;; JUKI evf rvwnrre i iikis on urcir ungni iaces, I hold thei...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 September 1873

TUUltSDAY. - SEPT. 11. 1873. Great Soxtdiern lUiU-oadt Mr. Editor i "Can you in'iona me whether any steps haVo becftken by the DirtW di to GWrat Southern It:iiiroadv' from this county, in secur ing the right of way. I am constrain ed to ask this from an inquiry mule of ine, fcya resident of Jefferson coun ty who informed me that tho right eCvA-y from that county had been rccurou somo time since. A num ber of farmers living along tho river front have given mc to understand thalthoy are ready and willing at iinv time to fix uu the Manors. This county was the very first to agitato this great enterprise and I regrot to see that nothing has been dono to wards perfecting an organisation of "the company, by the Director repre senting Sto. Genevieve county. What has become of the deep intor ost in this River Ivouto Ituilroad, that we, unsophisticated rustics, wero leil to believe had at la'sl uccn excited among the business men ol your city ? Has the possibility of Acquisition already coole...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 September 1873

AM E ANB SUIEOUNDINflS fltte you read Joe Vorst'a new sign Our county eoart are too eeonuucal to allow ns to public will. Mr B. A. Guignon informs us tint he has two main and a two-horse wagon for tie. If you want the very best checks at 23ctiperyard,goto F. C. JlOZIEB & SON'S. VTe understand that quite'a number of en of cholera have occurred in the vicini ty of Pilot fcb .recently. The two prionors who were confined io our Jail have been trassfcred to the Far Biinjton jail. Foft BrxT. A small (arm near the old jj. Yalle (aim on North Gaborie creck. A,plyto T.S.MATHIS. 13-2 Miss Vary Winston returned on Sun ur night from Ironton, where she has , jew spending the summer. ..r I t. ni.iAn(i i.ll n n-t j always empty! Answer, hold anybody. -Because it wont If you want nine and quarter pounds of the very best brown sugar for $1.00, go l0 F. C. KOZIBK JS oUi a. Don't forget that tile sheriff will pay job a visit in a few days looking after tho merest of the state and county. The Parhh...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 September 1873

MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS. The trotting mvet Goldsmith Maid aad Lucy make their journeys in their own private stable car, which is elegantly and expensively fitted up. At Virginia CirjLMontar, wheat is selling at fifty cents a bushel. Cattle are being driven by the thousand to Nevada and Utah, there being absolutely no home market. Prof. Haydkx, in charge of the Colo rado Exploring expedition, has already collected and forwarded to Washington two hundred and twentv-seven different varieties, of North American grasshop pers. As English reviewer says there is more poetry written now In one year than was written durinsrthe whole of the eighteenth century, and dyspepsia has Increased in tue same proportion. A Dura wake man purchased his coffin, made his will, dug his grave in the field, put on a clean shirt, and then lav down on a railroad track and was duly and promptly cue in lour pieces. An old lady named Hancock, at Chico pee Falls, Mass., has lain on one side for lire years. The phy...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 September 1873

S, HEHBY SMITH, Proprietor. orrtCE ox mebciiant stt.kkt. South Sid of Publto Square. fpnm OF STJBSCEIPTI01T: rt-Club rites do not apply to the city of Ste. "IF." If oittliur with thU little worn-out shoe 'And rearlrt .locking lying on my knee, I Cm the little ft bad ittw.l thnrngh lhel-t fates that lie 'twixt Heaven and I eouM be reooneileil and hanpy. too. And look with glad rye toward the Jaejwr sea. If in the morning, when the sons oriiirds Itrtniml us of a music far more sweet, I limned for his pretty broken word And for the music of his dunpli-d reel. I e.ul.f be almost happy though I beard So answer, and saw but his vacant seat . I could be ulad if, wbentte day is done. And all us cures and heartaches laid away, 1 enold look westward to the hiddeB sun, nd with a heart full of deep yearnings say: "T-rint I'm neanrto my little one By Just the travel of a single itny." If I could know those little feet were eho-l In sandals wrought or light in better lands. And that the footprint...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 September 1873

I II mi it 1: IB si 1 TlIUliSDAY. - Back Seats. Tho Republican press bho'.vs a tils position to reorganize its parly, ami assign its 'Jsalnrv aratobora" to back seats. It is said that an attempt will be mailo at the opening of tho next Congress toirs'odgo Mr. Carpentor from lils position as president pro tcin. of the Bcnatc, and put some fctasr-handed man in his place just as Stamner was displaced from the Chairmanship of the foreign affairs committeu two years age in favor of Cameron. But tbwo.aro two thing to ba con sidered in this humiliating process. "Will the "grabbers" submit to it? Would Senator Carpenter consent to take the'Si'auk "seat assignud to him? And would Butler and others whoi liavi been guilt of the samo offence J eVcrjuicsce in their degradation. In the next place, n ho would there bo to fill the front scats after all the "grabbers," high and low, have been assigned to back ones? Wouldn't . , oa" 3 ' 1 I , - I.I I i i ",,v . .t- .i .i In addition to this thcro is ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 September 1873

aTSsit SMITH, Proprietor. "HOME AND SURB0UNDIX6S. lUther tool ain't it Esther Weiss is putting up a corn crib A tho chiirth premises. The cholera is reported to still lo rav aging in tic vicinity of Piicl Knob and Ironton. Bui lu'tc r'n on evening, finch which a fire is not uncomfortable in the morning. Joe. Vont lias tore the inide of liis front rtuin out. Don't know what he will do cext- ' to Rest. A srusll farm near the old Felix Valle farm on North GnWin creek. Arply T.S.MATHIS. W-2 The New York- Atititt'.:: IHloon col led while being inflated ; so tho attempt of crossing the Atlantic has been abandon-. cd for th" present. A destructive firo occurred at Poplar Bluff on the 5th inst., which consumed the fine planing Inilt recently erected at that plsee, so says the Xacs. f you want nine and a quarter pound? of the very best brown sugar for $1.00, go w F. C. KOZIER & SON'S. Roy's Mck-, r.ntvfithst?rr.lin tho land ing mores its Sota'.ity every wtfck of two, till makes connectio...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 September 1873

GENERAL BREVITIES. A daily paper lia been started :it Kca ver City, Utah. Some of die Chicago newspaiiers pro-po-e to uniform tin newsboy.-, each p:ior liirelia-iiig uniforms for a certiihi iimiiIht. The IK-s .Moines Ladie' Jrr.-s Hi-form Asoeitition have resolved to loo-c-n or dis card eorscK aboli-h dri- trimming, ami adopt hort skirts for valkiiig-drc.-.-es. The total mnulier of immigrants into tlie United States for tin quarter ending December 31, 1ST:!, was S).!7. or very nearly 1,000 kt day. including Sunday. :t7,(U were from ("Jcriiiany. ll.i'.l from England, and '.K'M from Ireland. A vouxo man in IV-oria sought to se cure liis Mvetheart byftrategy ; so In: took her out tor a boat ride ami threatened to jump overboard into tin: lake if she wouldn't marry him. It did not work. Sin.-offered to "liet him a dollar tiiat lie daren't dive in. When there is not a breath of air -tir- rmg, and you are in danger ot slillniu'. at tempt to light a eig.ir out-door-, and vou will In; Minir...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 September 1873

PLAY. IS rfBUllD KVEUY TIICRSOAY B S, HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. SATIS 07 ABfJUTUUS : One sinair. sixty wonts, eae msrrUosi . v'W . on Karh subsei;ceBt iartio .r.... .iO Itusiness cards. inch apac ft JtM.'.i B.OO One-quarter culuma. oae year. 35-0 One-half column, m yrap. , W.0O One column, one year 10.C0 Displayed admtiarmenU cbarynl by tk iach. transient a-lrerUalng nuut beaaidlbr in advance. S3"Yearly adTertiscBeBta payable iaartrly in advance. office ox mekchant street. South Sil) of Puhlic Square. TEXX8 OF SUBSCRIPTION: Jnfartalilr ' "trance. 'Ooeeqpy, oneyear........ i.so dab of ten to same -Post-office 1 '.to Club of twenty l same r.ist-oflire iw.ui rt-CIubrattailonotain,! to Uw cifyof Stc. GtaeTievc. Politically Independent Open to all Fatties -Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.. 1873. NO. 10. FAIE THE VETS PARADISE. flX MIH. II. II. sTowr. Up bf fore the daylight is our UoMen Hair, f linr tar lirr iK-tkinB. all git COIV lliorc: Snugg-in. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 September 1873

TI1D113DAY. SEPT. Railroad Meeting:. Vfo aro requested to state that a !r.c?ing of tho subscriber tostock in tho Great Southern liailroad will take place at lb-? Court bouse, on Saturday, tho 28th inst., to take measures to forward the enterprise, when all interested in the propcrity of our town arc expected to he pres ent. It H desirablo t hat the direc tor for the couniy of Sto. Gene vieve will report what progress has boon made toward the success of the road. An Attempted Highway Bobbery. J.ast week we met a man who re lated to us a story of a severe en counter he had with somo highway roJboin, which, if true, would show that traveling is not vry safe iu the vicinity of De Lassus station, St. Francois county. Ho told us that ho was employed :it the Iron Moun- tain for some time aud was, with i many others, discharged on Satur day, the 1Kb Hist., ami paid off next day. He concluded to go to Mem phis where bo was acquainted. Be ing told that he cuuld take railroad cars at Farmii!gl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 September 1873

ff. tfSMTH, rreprletor. SEPT. 23. 1873. IflB AND SUKR0UNDIN68. flood rain on Sunday night. Old aewipapera for sale at this office. Better be laying in '"PP of w00'1 for cold weather. Iverybody enjoyed themselves at the tll on Thursday night last. ji German paper will probably be parted inth'w city shortly. Ellis Harris Esq., of Memphis, Tenn., will please accept thanks for papers. The yellow fever is raging fearfully in Memphis. We are informed that from for ty to afty deaths per day havo occurred from its effects. IfrMamu, former clerk of the Adam Jacobs, has been stopping in our town for the part few days, iieisuow ruum..B ... tie New Orleans trade. v, are kaDDf to bear that Mr. Law-. rtte BttKocfcer, after an abscBce of likely prove to be such a "clincher" six jean, ha cone hack to fall old on the fraud as might bo expected. koaHte reside penaaBtHtly- Be will The curves and angles in tho en v..ir iarf to kare his old frleids graving of the counterfeit may bo Za aid tee hl at the ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 September 1873

-- GENERAL BRETITIES. It may make vour railroa'l trip mure irf-aiit to kiiowtliat niieliiiiiilrwliii.il Ml' iwtxjiis luive killeil by the ,railro:tl of the United States during Aii-fti-t. Tiik srfoiitists at Portlaiiil gave Xiajrara Iiackiiu-ii another 3.000 virs Ikim- on the Fall, etatili"; it would take that iiim-li longer than' lieretotore estimated to w-ar out the dam rock. Cuictfio U vaunting to the w orld that it hasa.-trect-car eouduetor who lvfuHil to take advantage of a imMake and take a ." note lor a SI. He iirultalily had ilotllit ol the genuineness of flic V. XoTWiTilST.ixm.vi all that lialrii .-aid alxiut ir. we wouiilii't refu-e our "ttaek itav"' if some of our Mili-cribers, would come forward and jirofler it jut at this par ticular time. Maryneille Jiulittm. A mmai-t mail at .Saudu.ky imtar.-eniein a bottle of wine, hoping that a burglar would drink it. and the wife placed it among one hundred other liottlcs. The .-mart man is now wondering w Inch is the buttle. As ax...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 October 1873

FATE PLAY. 15 rCBU"I, EVERT TIILH3DAV B g, HENBI SMITH, Proprietor. OrWCE OS JIEKCIIAST STREET South Sirto of Public Square. jZBMB OF SUBSCKIPTIOIf : T-rariably in advance. gjb of trenty to same I'-ist-officc. 20.00 rj-Cl-b rates do not apply to the cily of Kle. gStticre. satis or ISTKBTHnrs : Onea-tuarr. ixtrwon'a, oaetucrtka... l.00 Each suhwqurat imsertion Buaine caul. intn arsice per year... . One-quarter column, on yrr SB.w Oiks, half column, ono year. , One column, oat year "- P!pUyel aJTerUaenaenU charged by the iaek. EjAUtnuiDtadTrUsln$ mtut bei-aUfer in advance. EJ- Yearly adTertisemfnU payable quarter!-' in advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 187:,. NO. 17. A SUMMER MEMORY. r assa siODDami dixock. tr. rtoml upon m'mntain-tnp Wttwoalonc-u6t jou an.W: Ute mist-clonils driftiil 'neatli on- tert, Above ourhea.H blue arch"! the sly. 0 if such hoes coulil only lat! War mn.-t tbey tlierd away...

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

THURSDAY, - OCT. 2. 1873. Normal Sebool. C C. Itgzier, Esq., of this city, one oi the members of the Board of I lo gouts, for the Southeast Missouri Normal School, loft on Sunday morn ing last for Jefferson City, to attend the meeting of said board, which was to meet on Tuesday last, theSOtb ult. The only bids that will be jut in for its location, that we have heard of, will bo from Cape Girar doau and Iron couutios. On from tho city of Cape Girardeau, and from Brrd Township in Cape Girar deau county, and ono from Iron county. We aro not posted as to the exact am tnts of any of the bids, but from the l est information we can gather, wo do not believe that any of them will be sufficient to war runt the liicrl in settling the ques tion of location. If we have such an institution established in Southeast Missouri it ought to be such a one n would be an honor to us, and not a little insignificant such as tho gen erality of our public schools are, We should not like to see one estab- lib...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 October 1873

mfSMITH, rreprleter. gaST - OCT. 2. 1873. WttEKSD 8URI0UNDIN6S. Oli newippew for ttle at this office Weaotica tbt inetiUWe Fritz Vaster- Koran i to be seen passing through (Hiu frequent of late. 1. A. Wilwn, .lb "Weed Agent," throng11 &u Ptacoon Fridy Im1 outefcrSt-Wa. sr. Tnns Joseph BotU, an old resident f this city, dW Tuesday night, last, of pneumonia, no To wedding! on Tuesday morning in ijAw-Dartie. from the country 4 not a wry good day for weddings Xne ureal oouwrm ' At was called for last Satuaday night, was , grand success. It met, and adjourned . , ... , farmers care Been quiw u"j -. aarirgtae ne weather, and on Monday, jfter the rain, our streeu wcro i)iu ti with teams. Xr. Edward Scyaslerlsjust in receipt toe assortment f Mew Goods, consist ing of Family Groceries, Fancy Candies, Crsckers, Cheese, 4c If some on will fetch us a load of good fyj ak or hickory wood we will pay them tks awsy for it, and ask no questions, un law they an delinquent subscribers. Boj'ihack, ...

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

(JENEKAL BREVITIES. A maxk ca.liier in Tiinicr'.s Falls, Ma-.-., i-i under tiiilit-tiiieut for balanciti hU ao eomits on the Saliuatli. Is Sadawpt l'ond. at AV'a-Iiiiiton. Vt.. a well-wooded island, acre in extent, floats about loo-e. Tiikiik are four trilies of Imlhiii-rt-main-iii in Delaware, and the ajrjjrey.ite litim lier of the four h only .sixteen ik.t.-oii. A Sew Jkksky justice -aid that the word "te-tiiiiony" iiadan "r" in it. and the lawyer who diluted him wa lined 10 for contempt of court. One of the Philadelphia Aldermvii who went on the formal vi-it of inflection lo San Fraini-co tarried Ion;; at the wine and wa niltUil of S1,.VK). I r ;o-t ninety-six million dollars to run Hie. Xew York eitv and count v foveni-- during the li-cal year just ended. This d-n't include the cost of sensation. A jioiiTiiACE for one hundred million dollars, executed lv tlie reiinvlvaiiia Kailroad Coiiiaiiv, lias lieen depo-ited in Hie Recorder ol Deetl-' ollicc in I'liiiadel- l'liia. t itKxcit...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 October 1873

tf. ftnrrirtt m is rcu8,,w' evibt Thursday b g, HEHEY SMITH, Proprietor. office ox jikhciiajst street. South Side of Public Scj.uaro. jXBKS OF STJBSCBIPTIOK: turirUhly ' advance. " o.V riy . one year $1.50 nab of W nc Uutf-oO" 1 -'' K of tVcnty W anic I'ost-oltice 2U. UU jVclunrateaduiiotsiii.ly to the cily of 6t. FAIE PLAY. xatxs or ADYE&Tiinra : One iuaTr. sixty wonb, one insertion. . . Sl.ro Kich sutwetiurnt uurrtion .-0 Ittuines cards. inch space per year... B.rti Oneiuarter celomn. one year SV.no One-half column, one year. M.00 One column, one year 1W.W DiipUyed advertisements charged by Ihe inch. EJ AH transient aUvertisinj: must I raid for in advance. KJT Yearly xlvcrtisemenU ayable quarterly is dvaacc. Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, OCTOBER i, 187.?. NO. 18. SEPTEMBER. that time of year, yon know, when the summer berinniuir to sadden, rnU.nwSnedaniUilvcr-nii-tcd, glide from the heart r September, rT...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 October 1873

THUItSDAY. - - OCT. 9. 1ST3 Nemal School. The city of Cape Girardeau wi probably get tbo Normal school. Its location lies between thai city And Arcadia, in Iron county. The llegcnt-i aro to visit both localities t-oou for the purpote of examining the real c.-tate offered, and deciding which i. tho best offer. Cane Girar - . t,. a.-.n nnn :.. t....t. ...i.:,.i. uuiiu illicit C'rjivuv in uvmn. ti nan ' ' we unaeretanu tucy propose 10 maico equivalent to that much cash, and miier iiiuuueiuciiis iu uiu uiuuuiii ui 31.1.000 more, makinir a total of 05. - 000. Iron offers hers in real elate, , . ,. ., ,, , oho oilers tho Arcadia College and groundt-a: l Hvc thoumiml acres ol . i i .1 i l ac nu laiiu, laiueu hi j our uuru. i i Their nff.'r. rs tba In.nilo-. rata 5,1 ' srnounts to about 8100,000. . . fsnkea us, b.wever, that So pcracru J'.r wild Ian !s on tbe bills in iron viiimty, i a kettle extravagant. v " . Iron producing minerals aro wide- U Mallei..,! over India There are , , . , tmw ...

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