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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 October 1873

glKBT SMITH, TTafrrltteF. THURSDAY, - OCT. 1. 1S73. HOME AND SI RROl.N DINGS. Much interesiinj; matter is crowded out tbk week to Pv0 space to legal advertise meoU. Some quite severe frosts this seasuti al juJv. Wc notice that heating stoves are Uin(! intorviewd County court is in session tkis wet-k. Considerable probate business is being transacted. Our sheriff has been selling lots of cheap land this weok for taxes. The ttuto bought the roost of it. A few of our subscribers have failed to pay up their subscriptions j et. AVo hope jou havn't suspended paj inent, gentleman. A German paper under tho title of MFuc Fbesse" will be issued in this city la tew days. It will be under the mansit amt of Mr. Frank Klein. .,. r . , . i i f it If some one will fetch us a load of good I dry oak or hickory woou we win pay mem the iniy for it, and ask no questions, uu-1 Vau thty arc delinquent subscribers. jess iaj w i Roy'i hack, notwithstanding the land- icj moves its locality every week or two,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 October 1873

THE U. S. "SEl'KETSERVICE." Soi rbraletl Koaiaeker. From an article by I.ouis Bagger, in a lucent nmubtT of AppUton'x Journal, we coiiJwise the following iuterestiii" facts coiicvniiii the "Secret .Service: Ihvi-ion of the Treasury JJeiKirtiiieiit.' The writer Niys : Uu the fourth floor of the southern lvimr of the Treasury Ituildiiur, in Wash ington, 1. C, tliere are two rooms vit the always clo-ni entrance to wlucii are inscribed the wonK 'Scercl-Scrviei! Divis ion of the Treasury lh-artinent,"' and lie- low, " I'osuiveiy no aimultattee. ' In each of the two olliees is iilacctl lare iron. hurgIar-jroof site, with com- oiiiauuu iucka. vvuicu i-crvc as a recciiui ele and denositorv for plates, rolls, dies. molds, paficr, etc., etc., captured from countenciters. lliere are stored m tlie two safes upward of seven hundrel thou-- aml dollarv worth of counterieit bank- notes, lionds, fractional currency, revcmic stamrts, etc., and upward of ninety ets of the plates, rolls and dies, "Mil ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 October 1873

PLAY. jflSBT SMITH, 'Proprietor. 'OlCE ON' MERCHANT STREET, goalU SW r I"bll Square. jgggM OF STTBSCSIPTIOir : 't?.:....... $1.50 OK to Mme I'ost-oflicc 1 ..' ftmffltv to same l'ost-oflicc 20.00 Sort t;to not Pply to the cilyof itc.- i2w- KATZt OF ADTEXTISIHG : On-fci'iii-. Utj-wortU. one instrtion... f l.fo Harli M:'.riural in rtioti KuMn.s rants, inch rjiaf iwrcar... .CM Onr-iuirttr co'nmn. oneiiar SSiOU One-lull" column, one year 55.(11 One column, one rear.. ........... ....... JA.0t PbpUij-al a.'.Tertisenjcat cbaryvd !y tte icch. JAU transient silvtrtUlog must bepaMfor ia advance. "jTYirarlr advertisements livable inattcrly in advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, OCTOBER Hi. 1S73. NO. 1!. FATE THE PRiesTS HEART. T CBA"tX KIVG'MtY. , sir John, lh Mr younjf priest. '.fi-LuDD off the btraml ; f5rtw:idrns l.e left lhin.l, . uptotbewiw-wife'H tioiisi-: '2T!!rX1lbw. to prove vonr art. J&5kJ Hilton's merry...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 October 1873

THURSDAY. OCT. Hi. 1873. DefMltlig Baik Cashiers. Considering that our Yankee friend pride themselves upon tbeir hereditary honesty, there is a re markable development of rascality crease of $1,901,407.16. GENERAL NEWS ITEMS Qnlll aid Sclwors. The rellow fever still races at Memphis and Sbreveport. The receipts of the Illinois Stato Fair, held at Peora, were 329,000. Hon John A. Logan of Illinois has purchased the Chicago Inter Ocean. A meeting of the Railway .Associa tion of America was to meet at Chi cago yostcrdaj The public debt statement, for the month of September, shown a de- umong them of Into. Only a few days ago the cashier of the Ilingham (Mass.) National bank turned up a ih-faullor to the tune of S 11,000, and now the cashier of the Merchant's .National hank of Lowel is found guilty of ''irregularities" to the nmouut of 850,000. Both these ofli tials have hilhcilo borne excellent characters; both were implicitly trusted by their employers and as- f-ociutei1; both had abo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 October 1873

jflTOY 8MITM, frtfrlcttr, touksday. - OCT. 10. 1873. IMB AND SlIIOUNDINfiS. Dr. Carssow it having his house psintsd. Gaoaine Stris. Cheese always an hand atldwafdScytflerV. the sheriff U collecting taxes at the Court house this week. Mr. Henry Gehn has taken the agency of the Wilson Sewing Machine for this uunty. Jlr. John J. Bodkin is teaching school at mil" north of this city, oh tho St. lettisroad, The editor of The list has been to tU St. Louis Fair. No doubt lie will tell Hi all about il ic bis next issue. The court square has been sewn down in mis. It now nas me appearance oi a .null wheat field before the wheat has erne j rc by which eil her house may re vp. t jeet tho vote of any state, or any The St. Genevieveians who suited the Bt Louis Fair have returned. The Fair is did to have been far ahead of former jsars. The City Marshal is boseirg the job of iaatios; down the horse-rack &c. in front of tbe Caurt bouse. Improvement still gm on. The weather has been very pleasant...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 October 1873

GENERAL BREVITIES. BcsKKSS neglected Is business lost. TMtc who try it, lintl out to their cost. Tub Eric Itailway lias appointed ''a lo:ird of surgeons for the cart of wounded liassengers." The vicar of an'EnglL-li parish lias been fined 10 for feuding one of his tloek a lHHtal canl because lieliail neglected to pay his Ka-ter dues for two years. Kki.i.oc.c.'s Ijusii,Lake Erie,rai-1 223 ions 01 uauiwua anu liny lon ol concord grapes uus seasvii, nesicies siuaiii-raiuoiiiit: 01 uiuer varieties A peculiak throat di-eas in Luzerne county, Pennsylvania, is mentioned by the SenitiUm THiiie as liaviug proved fatal to upwaru 01 sixty elumreii within the r-pace ui a iuniiiiii. The artificial butter nude in NYw York- is becoming very KpuIar,,and the pro- uiiucrs jiavu uerii mi giicuesaiui mat llii-v announce n quarterly dividend to stock holder. A manufactory is soon to lc es tablished at New Haven. Iiik attnictlous of rainblinr inav 1m: Farming Xa4e Easy. AGRICULTURAL. HOME INTERESTS. It 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. — 23 October 1873

FAIK PLAY. w rcBUsniD ivxnr tiicbsdat isv e HEHBY SMITH, Proprietor. ' ofTICE OS MEUCHANT STREET, goutb Side of Public Square. fgSMS OF STJBSCKIPTIOlf : 5ffiSss:::::::::: 0JL?,SytiMmel5t-offlce 20.00 Slobtel'iiotpjJr to thccilyoflte. XATXS OP ASTEKTUnrO : Out ituurr. aixty wonU, on insertion. . . l.CO UtD mucqu-ni mtcnion Kiuincsa canli. .V inch nwe vaitar... S.0O Onriuirtrr column, onorrir S.OJ wnr-aau couuua, pncjcv J. One column, one your. 100.00 IHspUrnt a.lvmUfraenU charged by the Inch. S3- All transient advertising niiat l paid for in advance. JJ-Yrsrly advertise inenta payable quarterly in advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., TJHURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1873. NO. 20. THE WORLD AND I. .,,,TIIIK my "wart K'""1 or no- KSgroT .lark well .lying leav rs ; MdShinJ benealli the eaves; JSfStSra wither to the now. ThM cloth the summer enil ami go. Whether my life be glad or no whether mr life I "' or no Jririitericome. the wi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 October 1873

TUUKSDAY. - - OCT. 23. 1873 Education. In tlih day it t unneccsrary to nrRue in r howled their weird death song, and threw themselves on their doomed friends, fawning thorn all over. Even the little children deemed to catch the infection and they cried and wept in the most finished stylo Jack appeared very much affected at meeting liia favorite equaw, Lizzie, and the little papoose. His uiater Mary was even more affected, and worked hcr.o!f into a perfect parox ysm of grief. The little girl even appeared to comprehend the situa tion, and sob bed hitterly. Afi Jack gave her one lat fond embrace, U-c Ixnuaws returned to the stockade and . .ii- tho murderers were leu in ineir mis, than Ui r.,..w..t TMnr.ti.in M all admit its utilitv: 1 with no other companion nur it it necessary to quote anthrUli in lt j gloomy foreboding and anticipation met emu favor, m it tem to I the almost universal j . morrow. Olil Sclioncinn conviction of civilization, that, next io io..u " v . - , , h visible ,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 October 1873

8. HENRY SMITH Proprietor. zz ' -- THUBSDAT. - - OCT. 23. 1873. HOME AND SUB10UNDIN6S, Jna Winston is in town again, and if jou want to buy a goad Sewing Machine, call n.Bim. nnn't forget that tou can make close connection with all the regular packets be tween St. iuis, aiempuis ana icasuun;, by taking Joe Boy's butt. It nakes sura connection with all the packet, both day and night. Fen on should remember that there ii an ordinance of the city prohibiting the oh- traction of the sidewalks. We frequently notice hers and tea mi hitched to the front fence of the court yard Such oflen- im are finable in the sum of $5.00. Mr. Bond, ef Ste. Mary, met with rather painful accident on Monday night, the 13th iniL It seem he started to fp down stain, when he slipped ani fell from the top to the bottom, breaking tweof hi ribs. Here Fm-M)Uc lall. Mr. LeoJokent will give another Grand Ball, at Union Hall, on Tuesday night, Oct. m. 1673. Half Bound Dances and half Quadrille. Admission $1. Ererybod...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 October 1873

Arnons the Bulls and Bears. ' Suppose we take a look at the iiieiiai rie'r" Miggertcd inv W:dl-trcet lritiiil. "Theiueiia-'trif Whore is it r' ".lust up the street. We .sometimes call it the Ixar-garden, or the lunatic asylum, for a change."' By either of the.se names, it Hm. the Xew Vork Stuck Kxehauge i- more famil iarly known in the region of bull ami lear than by its projK-r one. A stranger. ..uti-riii"-:it :i time of excitement in the Mock market, would certainly consider the last name mot appropriate. At .such i tiini' ilownriirht mildness seems to rule supreme. The' fclie pn-iitcd is one of kucIi clamor, toum-ioii, iiinuus Kc-niu-tion. .mil wild Minnin; and Fwayinjr of the crowds of hnikerw on the floor, that a j-r- t.n witii.-i-iiM'it inr me iirsi nine huimu v.rv n.-itiirillv resanl theroarin-'. hu-tliii''. iM-lFowiii' throng as uiiia.-Hiiitai'oi vio lent, liuuitles. ... - ., v:t.,,ii,Mr ; iiii'irilliTV iiroviiled for tin public, and lookin-r down upon the three or four hund...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 October 1873

S, HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE OX MERCHANT STREET. South Sil f Public Square. XEBXS OF SUBSCKIPTIOH: .inViwi.y. oneyrar. I.S0 uib of twenty to same l'ost-office S0.00 rt-onli mica do not apply to the city of etc. Cncrie- OLD BACHELOR JOllX. bv sin i-oits. iTiiwofttnthat 1 eprai on't, fur there ain't TV br me lctun' oa about myself ami my i .rfVwM a taller, anil I'm mot too oM a bint Tobe rarnin" of new tricks, lmt I take ye at your wont, That ye'-i really like to hear me tell the story of ,n,IwI,vrm'p-ttia'oH ami grizzled, 'n' never bail no wife. Wal tarre ain't much story to it, and I don't i,r l nJ to he Vomore'va hero, than what you'd 'a bin, if you'd bin me. Folks that's marrinl sometimes lm a way of loolia' with contVmiit On them that' inRle, though perhaps they never (omuch .tivain't That there misht begoot reasons for their livia' Mth-cd'S .... .... It Krr'H'Bu ha'sh judgment and kind V 011- jja'too. They somctlnv call me crabbe-1, and a ' Mried- mi r.rosdolll bach." Itki...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 October 1873

TUL'ltSHAV, - t;T. .".0. .37:!. Cbin b and Stale. Tho unanimity with, which the sec ttlar pros of tho country have de nounced tho re,:ent efforts of :i tew reliyioa: zealots to .tignialize mr coimnon-s-hol stsleni as thccflicii'iit cause of all that i-i bls-phemous ami -omi(t in -A iin'ric-an sicicty is another proof that tho cauc of pnpu lur education hold ft lirni place in tha ulleetiot.s of the people. Tin leading psp:r of Now York, Cincin nati ai.il Chicago aro very violent mi thoit (ieniiiiciatioiirt of Father I'ho- Jan's stiporVe rviccablo zeal (or his re .ligiotis lai'h : and some of I hem are not very choiee in the selection of ttho ep'.theH which they bestow njion that gentleman. Hut l-'alhcr I'i.chu. himself in a very it.Huiticant branch o! the diiicii-ir-iui. whirl, his foolhardy pcrfornr.iiice h:i? e:;e:ied. Tho r,--pcnt.x.etit nd insinuation which he iot aroused i aii.,',hi-r manifestation of tho firm jinrji' so of the American people that the divmce. which our Constitu...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 October 1873

" jfHEMff 8M1IH, Proprietor. THURSDAY. - - OCT. 30. 1ST:?. IME AXD SURROUNDINGS. Old newspapers for sale at tliis office. Hry Straw, Elo,.. City Assessor, will jsouH visit ortly. Our s-ity lawyer Uavo all gone to attend circuit court at Perryville. Circuit Court meet ne Monday. j.uts-kers beware. )lr. Joseph Uuelilur, an old resident of ttiscitv, lil oa Monday inornin";. last, Mr. Keli Winston lost a little boy last track. He had been sick fr several weeli. HP best Swiss Cheese and other arti , Its in the eating lice at E Iward Seyssle r's. llo and we. All thus lo arc of a sitociilatityr turn f mind should read the "Assignee' Sale," by ilr. Cox In another column. Our County ivttooi rupcrm-ei.ue:,i 0. C. K-rltej.'n, isq.. elarlea on -Hominy , the diU'erect laen.inj: lst, on a tour to visit irboult tn the c,ui,tyi Aoeatr prr of Job wor, and the j publicali-jn ol't!iccit ordiiianeia will ai--touiit fr the 1-ck of inleiestiiig reading matter til w.ck. "Ve (till contend niitaitlutanlinj;...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 October 1873

for our liberties ami tvou 'em, and liaiijr in: if I don't intriitl to exerei-: Vm." Whereupon he tlelivert-tl a imiiiW of drv Mows upon the elie.-t f the ann.-t chieftain. The bystander made a rti-h to tear him in 11111.1-. but W ;i-hin!:toii, il:u injr his hand on the small man.- r-hoiilik-r. drew h'mi close to liim and Kiid 'He !hiill not be harmed. I have wounded him in the tendere-t part ot hi- nature. He is not to blame for hi- iunor- anee. and it i lmt natunil that lie should re.-ent an -ilhi.-ioii to it." .So the pla-terer went scot tree. GENERAL BREVITIES. Stealixo hi wife's More teeth is the way a Des Moines man lias of stop-riii-- her gadding. The Kvaiij-i.-Iical Alliance in Xew York iliargu $10 apiece for season tickets to the gallerie. Bauxoi's 'Cireas-ian Girl" was born at Olm-y, III., it is said, and has Sll.wo reaily for a rainy day. A max at Trenton. X. J., found S27,00( two year ago. and ha- ailverti-ed it ever Miice without being able toliudan owner. A stylish lad...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 November 1873

$tt; Ummcre air ag. y rcBUSIIKO EVEBT TIICRSDAV Hf g', HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. orricn o.v jiekchaxt sti-ket. Snttl Sil of Public Square. TEBHS OF StraSCEIPTIOlT: SJ1S":.....A. . oof trntr to 6am- r..-t-oflice S.o0 rt-pob rates do not ai'iJf to the city of Ste. FAIE PLAY. KATES OF ADVXXTISnrG ; One s-juare. silly wonts, one insertion... Sl.fO Kxeh Ml'oseii'.ient insertion '3 l!u--inrs ranis, U inch fpacv ier jrar... fi.to 4)neuartrr ciduiiin. nr jcar.. iS.oj One-half txdumn. one Tear H.00 One coluiua, oae year HW.CO Displayeit advertisements oharyvU by the Inch. S3-Alt transient advertising miut W paid for In advance. 53"YearIy advert Iseicents parablo quarterly in advance. Politically Independent-Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER (, 1873. NO. 22. A COVSTRV WALK. BV JIAItr II. DODGE. Ti earliest autumn; up theroa.l To where the shade-lms Mended, Aid where the pilliermK sunbeam f-lovroj, Jlf Willing stfI" 1 rell'leii. Aroonl the ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 November 1873

THURSDAY, OV. J. 187 S5S- : - j Patrnra nf Hnsliaitilrf'. , r i i v cr it ., Mr. Ehbaugb, of Jefferson COUn- 1v, paid our city a visit this week ill X .. , r.m , tllO interest Of the farmer. e understand that he desires to cstab-! lish a grange at tins and other nlace in this county. He cxiirewd J ' liisvicwuin the court imuso on i-1 paSlcd bv either all the oriitininl convey dav n!"-ht Inst. We did not feci ! anc or a certified copy or all orisii.I con. e . . Yeyances of fuel, teal estnt ei hi to sliow tcry well, 'ind did not attend t'0t!lB c.mpirtH mie thereto, and that all in cotinjr. Wc m.dcriland, however, promises or bid in bonds cr subscriptions " b r ... 1 of manev in n-tes or ajrreeinciiU to take that tLo prcsjiccts rc iaroraslc tor , jk,,j. j.au be put in Icjrii shape to th-j lull she nr.mi.iznlion of a iran"0 of the satisfaction of this board: in default of the organization ota j,ran0o u. w) ic,, t!ic r,)ar, orlRe,itg reserve tothem- l'atrous of Husbandry not only in j a-...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 November 1873

jfjjiySMITn, Proprietor. tH0BSDAT, NOV. fi. 1373. 16ME AND SURROUNDINGS. Oil lK?Pers for 811,6 ' tI'" ,,fl"c- MIEIIEB-''-1 Bloomsdale, on the by Bv. Father MuelenWck, Mr. lata Botkb, to MUi LOCAMK LlEuSB, rtbuf Bloomidale, Mo. Dont (brget tht jou can make close .ounection With all the refiular packets be mccb St. Louie, Mrmtihu and V ick.bunr, WUkinZ Jo" R"'8 "UM l make euro SnlictiJM with alf the packet, both day gp Bight. Tl) Fannington jlryui has ceased to axiit, and the pioprietora tell us that they wiH tarl a paper n or hut the 15th inst., t Dewto, in Jefferson County, under the puoc of the Dtttio Tribune. We wuh the jicaca. Brady ucces in their enterprise. Mr. John Bojer, of Blooms lale. in fermi us that be raised farty-one cars of corn J o one stock this year. He aks us who can beat it. We think lie will take tlx pnmium this time However, friend Bojtr, 'unit's ' believing," you know, and tasht upon your bringing that stock or j corn to eur office, so that ua can place it on j...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 November 1873

GENERAL BREVITIES. The Cliicajrii Int-hcr.. nrr-. ainl market moil liavt; l'ornicil a irotccti.o a oc-iation again-t folks who don't pay their bilK It h ttatc.1 that 3Iis Mar;!"e Atnkroii. of J-alitia, Kansas, artl (.-.Tit year--, ism read any ordinary inii-ic. written in any key, at iiIit. Hannah 3Iooi:k, of Green I!ay, lVh. drove oxen at forty-live dollars jier month until she ."-eeiireil" money ciioii;:1i to ;ret Iicivelf a sixty-live dollarVilk tires-. l!biLs:ire rr.-jH-ctitl annoyanee.s in I'liil adelphia. A man who kicked another boil v:i linul thirty dollars and sent to jail thirty days. Tin: coii-cicnc. of the United Stales N :iM---ed at Sii.OiX). At Ica-t. that N tin amount it iannel out to the tn-.t-iirv dur ing the Ia-t tl'eal year. Ku-KLrxisM in (.'alifornia take.- the form of :monvmon wariiin;;-: to ciiiilover- to' fi...: !.: ' .. t ... iii-iui- hu h v.uiin-e ir-criaiii:-. miner ai:iiu of direful iitini-liiucnt. r.vrrr.i:, tin; .Maim: wife-miirilcrcr. -jieak-foiir lan'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. — 13 November 1873

ia rtiuanu) rrtuv tiicbsiut r.v llVEtop SMI! Proprietor. XAIM OF ABTSHUSIX8 : H -yornopox- merchant street. j. ' South Sitlo of .Public Square." XESX8 OF SUBSCBTPnOH: Use copy, one Jr $1.50 " clabof tea to iimt I'ost-oflicc Ii..' 0 Ciub of twenty to Mine lN-t-office 20.00 rT-CJnb'ratodoBotajiiilf to the city of Bt. Oti!-rnajT.sixtyw.rls.OBein?rrUon... tt.ro Ku'li ;uleqnent iasenioa .'. .'o ItuMnw cants, J, Inch nce rryear... C.W On.--iiiurtr colnma, one vrar..., 35.w ine-caircolnmn, onoyvar.-. r M.i One column, one year ItO.M Piilayed adrtrtlseicents chiirioVlijr -Ux iaefc. S3" All transien: 3.tTerUsin5- ruujt. be riil for inaiirante. - 53" Teartr alverti-.cic.-nls rsvald.- nr,'nil- Politically Independent-Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THUHSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1873. i i ' ' , - m, x - m i if v a I Win the lieart is overflowing. Xotr Willi sorrow, now with Joy, And its fulluegi mocks our showing, Lite asjRli that words destroy: When the soul U 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. — 13 November 1873

- - SOV. 13. 1873. TUKSDAY. ttgm IW MMoarl B-pMlea- Tke Ferttfklri Ceagress. The firfct session of this body, which will begin in a few weeks, bide fair to be a busy, important anl exciting one. The amount of un finished business left over at the last ation is enormous. In fact, the last session of tbe Forty-second con grem did not pay any attention to tbe public btMiuora, for tho reason that all ita time was consumed in in vestigating the past conduct of its nembci, except tbe few hours it deToted to the accomplishment of its last and meanest steal. Practically speaking, thon, tbe public business of tbe nation stands alraol aa it would if there hud been no session of congress last winter. Uot a single gi eat act of legislation stands on the records; scarcely tbe top layer of papers baa been disturbed in the pile i)f matter which awaited the consid ration of Congress last December. This state of affairs imposes a double labor on tbe incoming congress. It baa before it not only ita o...

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