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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 November 1873

gjjgg SUM. rwricter. - HOT. M. 1878. Am ikM ii mi to U disposition on th . tomt gjiridsali to abuse oneanotfr .wb the columns our newtpaprr, we laiMia! to admit such article (as jjtfUiiai . subject to the following -H - All twb sastter will be charged for .like lata f - CTnU, PT .r"r'v"?h !Liatarr iMertloa, and must be signed by lk writera ram, ttd. Prties attacked by other will hare -ririlere of antwerinjt the attacking -jrt, to the etaount of the aame number of vard taa b i " v , sjrsefcaarr- All word over that amount, l bt eastged lor at the rate aboTe specified. fib rale will not apply but once. The In party, ahoold he want to aniwer again, salt say at the aaaae rates ss before ex eft that he will be entitled to the amount fftralu efwordt paid for by the lecond arty. jo got want any matter of thii kind U lal 7 ',to columns of our pa per, bat K HaMt,i-y it muitbe well sail a ' Mil AM BCBI0IJNDIN6S. Old asaipspsis far aale at thi office. flat steak with forty four ear or corn eat ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 November 1873

GENERAL BREVITIES. The entire .line lcp.irtm-iir of IJonon is ordered to shrn the total alHtiii.-uce 1 on can iittv up 1 ork Lit- lor a tlicMuutul" million dollars, if yon have it A i'.khion'aisli: yotnir man in I!oton niti-t have three Wile .-ilk niht-owns. A Ciiixamax took the Jirst priiiiiiiin on lintler at the recent Ciir at Seattle, Waiii iiirtn territory. Whbx traveling- in Vermont if yon meet a .-tranter it U afc to a-k him : Who-..-patent eliiim are you felling i" X.tui:ili-ts, alter e:ir.s of investiira- tion of the anatomy ami morphology of eii, nave w-M20ven.il mat Uiev are ol no eC. Cut.ux Jack left three widow?, one pnrtvu lau'rliter. a -i-ter, and a lio-t of httl-children to regret that the old man took just " one drop too'iunch." Thk flntrilo Iixprcsi lia? lic-en Ii;;iiriii;r on in': co-i 01 nun;' in a-ltingtou, ami it liinls that acoii''resman"exieiire-j will vary from to $i:jO,jOO per year, ar- eonmi 10 im; Honorable gentleman. st vie and ta-te. AcctntAcr i .le-irab...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 November 1873

to $romttt air flay. S, HENEY SMITH, Proprietor; OFFICE OX MERCHANT STKEET, South Sill" " lTllio Square. ' TEXXS OF STOSCSIPTION : jBTrUWr'n!ldTOnco- one ey-PT, one year SI .SO Ouborirn t. name I'.t-officc 1 j.."o (mlier l-vm'' sam IV.-t-officc 20. ou r-t-Club rites Jo not W'ly to the city of Stc. Garten. UXDER THE LIQUT-HOVSE. nr CILIA TIIAXTEB. BixiATnUwt'''. white lijrht-li'iu-e strayed tlie In the- Mny-moniins mnit: About thetinI rough pn-y rocks tin y wan d-rl , . u lid hIfiitin? iti't: rorittTt-inraiiH wid-lhe- l.inU were lying, eini..t. iimle-i!d. andil'iid. Tax mtt, while they were -..vittly winginc northwani, Th fierce liht nve-rlii-ad, And is tin frail mothi in I lit- -mnm-T cvt-nings Kly t ih- candle-'- W EnsbedwiMlytth-fi)ilM''l r.Iln'lins nnlr Death in thirte lifiniliii-r rays. Andl.cn werelmuolini. anil w rrn, ana s i:irrutv, Veery, ana oriole, indniiriilclinrh, ami n-y ;rroslx-sk. swallows. Anil Linir-1'ird-e i-u.tint and droll; 6yoWier'li',kbird, wearing on their sho...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 November 1873

Trial Dortrt-Circalt Court.- : CONSTITUTION" yr THE PiTKOXS KcTtintwr Term, 1S73- I OF I1U&3AS.U1.Y. THURSDAY, THE SPANISH Ol'TRAGE. Fast pat Mondat, Nov. 3. State vb Nichol;..s Wobncr. et i.'i Verdict agttiusl Wehticr, and fined 51 'J. Verdict agaiat Jo-i-pb SJmi der, and lined 25. Slate v August Lenz selling li quor n!) Sunday. Plea of guilty, mid fined '.". SOY. 20. 1?.! State vs Angtitt Kern; -ame of- i fence and same tine --.je ir O.'iorr til T at .taT Tis XTI R'ttri'Ji't. it-a-t lli . uuv aipoiiitcc; Article l!I L-nes flie National Gra.igc, iu lis annua: i i- r !i i i it (tie Tinrr-.'.r. u..l.aui,-.r Its the .lime ol ...i,l.. , nl.it. Ii,.!r:.!nal l.aniii-! v"ioit. !!:tll frame aun-n ..... en ,e....r-i! til- .el.el I -UCll la.- I.S t good 1 i . . .. .... til -i u' r. , 1 1 . . State and -juboruiuale Granges proportion to tbe value oi its pro- must conform to tin Constitution dn.-uons and the laws adopted by the Na n V The pro-peril- of a nation i- in duct ions. The r-oii 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. — 20 November 1873

WmsB j, BPttl SMITM, froprleter, - - NOV. 20. 1878. AnSUIUCNDINfiS. )fayitseK. IjjT to 4lL 81 waakl 101 Christmas. " Ckcatt court adjouned hit Friday. Old WW ftr Mb oiBc- On 8a3ajan3 Monday last a "alight apiakWoTiaiafeU. A gcttUwcaa from St Louis has open ai a acw Jtwefcrj tore in our city. 1$, weatfcar bus been quite root and llitmni"- for the put few day s. Pecans are plenty in tbU section, and Ita Bailing at eight cenU per pound. Xott of our farmers bare finished haul fegtMr com fnm the "biR Held." IPi undarttaad that Mr. Jacub Falk ff opeaed a new Grocery store in our The calaboose at Poplar Bluff was in habited by woman on last Wednesday eifbt The trees bare all thrown off their cletMeg of gtaen, and are now assuming a sMlaackoly appearance. A wokfwaa killed In Madison county. aaemBaasdakalf east of Frsdericktown, by Jesse Aathoay, one day last week. Ia aaotaer column will be found the "Coaatitaticnof the Patrons of Husband' ry." AH should read it ovor carefully. As everything...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 November 1873

;e'erai, brevities. Oroim Kuot -ay-f "apIO" 'vo-Bmbavt- .V jiFJiKin of Uj'j Onsron Irzitlatitrf writ.? hi" iuai I'ercival ILiruor si;-i;ij suUiwtatJier. A I'EW-.ri-v'ANLi former ha h'-M an fsii'lcojitheorthinr-rix j'cur-s. air.1 the bird ii as aitCilabl'jSi- f-ver. JVit'J: of the oM India.-! triN of fri-Li--.vare- now num'-r but luur pr-on- h. and tJi.--ixM.-ti ar- 'Jnsnk ino-tof th: tim-. A Ykzxcuhax ha.- inv.-nt.-d a Loot with Rhyl-, which.. wiii tiiaM.- :l- vrari-r S ?oc&iL-i'ii:fa,'Iy trtr tliaii a liorit. A kpms Sarah liviir in J'i;.-h": coun ty. Viririnii. a'jl -.5. re.-n.tly tir--r;t.-.l her hu-htuwl. ar-il . . with an "infjnt, -on. A'niEi: Orison l-n-latrliat had lil-nain,'Cliat''-(J hv r'tizfal m-1. and admit- tliat f ha- itt-t-u Ym'.i-' uniler an aiu.- diir- many year. A rcufat i'.-troit i- frw-7iii ll-h to -..-nd Ea.1 during the winter. 'I he an- fc.-j.t in -ak and moitr-four hour-1. att.-r which th-y arc nwVuiiu rvlnz.-rator-. tip-trnj-raturi; or which i- tw-nly-:iv-...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 November 1873

FATE is rcBUEi cvekv TiiinPAT nv S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. omfti ox mekcStaxt 'bn:i:KT, South. Sido C Public Suaro. TEEMS OF S0BSCSIPTI9K: Invariably in advance. One nipy. one yi-ar. ...... $1.50 iinhnf li n to same I'ofit-oflice l'.'O PLAY. SATIS OF ADVERTISIHG : Onejiuw, sixty wont,metasitloi... Jl.fO lch subst-ouealinsertUm . .'0 Itu-inc-a cuil,- inch ej.ic.. prenr .. t.ix me-uuirter oluii'.r.. on j cart 3S.ei One-half column, one jrat. W.fti One column, oae year 200.00 liplaycd adTcrtijerornb charged by the inch. t3-Ml tris:cnt m!viTtlir.j must be raid for in advance. S3""YearIy advertisements payaldo .piartcrty in advance. Politically Independent-Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. (Juli of twenty t eamc. l'mt -office SD.ou jj-Club rates da cot apply to the cilyofStc. GseTicTe. VOL. II. STE. (JEXHVIEVE. MO., THURSDAY, XOYKMBER 27. 18 To. XO. 25. THE OLD J1ABX. KV ALFREli 11. STItlET. Tax ghostly oH bam Willi its weather-staini-d iranie, Unw oltcn Strides to view ! In its...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 November 1873

j , THURSDAY. NOV. 2T 173. j ",BF,5!i A man living in the vicinity ol I . t lloll-viilf, Ills., t' :l w,s'1 ani1 was UwwncJ on tho 18lh tnt. the tv. H0.3111 'Mill" whk-L cam: oS on Tuesday, thr 18tb itM , rtwu'.icd in "dra.v," at... (be n-alre hoMer is under arrest for cm I cit'.itig the slake. Ti; Cubans bad a thro.: days e y.ieing over the capture ol the Mcnm- or Virgiiiin. and another taree nay i fjolcing over llie cvscuifi'in ol th uafortnnslo captives. A bon was bnrnoJ m I'oplar Ulnfficwntly, m which ' It is said by Ihe kn jwttig ones of the tin, that .x 'pf.rm,' two fii-ese, one jwt :hick tn aud luirly nix th'-nm.i hod-hngR, portoll in the Same." A man also karrowly escaped. WimwiaL--:s, t1iecolor'-;iuip Vftii, ti iu Uic city of St. Liuis oji the !Wi inst. Sha tJ I. n en gaed to forni-'ij a siaiate of tbt iaad Tiitc'h iu uiarblo fjr Si. r'irafci tl 's cburch, of thai oily. K!ie it aeon to sctoni to lltnr. On Te4y, Jac 18th inst., an af fray took ptace on the steamboat Liberty,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 November 1873

lit 1 ifOKfl BMITlt Fireyrleter, fgrjta&sVY, - - 2T0V. 27. 18TB. MaiinisntiMJNDiNfis. 014 Btwipapars r le at oata. ffttt flaaaay U the first Sunday in Ad not Christmas toy are making their ap- Soim rsin some wind and plenty of Bad for Um put bw days Strange u it may teem, we areatill will lag to rsceire greenback t thi offlce. Fuar weddinj and two balls oa Tues day, sod not very good weather either. All oar inerdtanti are buiy receiving aad unpacking good for the winter trade. Tat Ironton Enterprise it to suspend publication, or has, we don't know which. A, MW fuuod-bouas and machine shop ate Wing erected at Charleston, Mo., for Iha C A. aV T. K. B. At erarrtUng baa gone down in price. CMafag aad Piece Goods have alto gme ton UAHH CO.'S Mr. Seealager ' now prepared to baatFeacy Cakea, etc., for BalU, Parties Waiting Ac, at greatly reduced prices) aajwaapreanataeei. Bead hie aeTtrtis- Mr. CaaJweU. while driving through leva on Monday but, accidently ran over an old aantloiaTi by ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 November 1873

sf- GENEIt.lL BKEVITIES. A tvki.vi:-yi:ai- old on of Judtre Krovvii. of Kalamazoo. Mich., who nui awav lrom home ievcr.u hcck agu, iu . Ixjcn fouudat Clevehihd, Ohii',ti'ged 111 tlio boot-btffilAi business. Afficsti; Ga., is clamoring for a public laundry Im!io the colored washerwomen charge exorbitant prices ami wear and leml to their n-l.itivcs, for Sunday outings the clothe--of their customer;. Fokt.Vuma used to lie called thejiotte-t ptocein-North Aiiicrica It ha- liecif ex celled till-: season by Fort Mohave, higher up the (Silorado. where for many days tlx nif renry rose in the .-hade to ll dcjjrecs. Tut: ahiount of live stock wciiflied in the Union Cattle Yards of Cliicairo, ilurintr the past .-even year-. exceed- the avoirdu pois ot all ill" liimian Ic-m-r- in ortli ami south America by 7..W0.0Ot' pound-. It is propo-ed to haw the jireatc-t tea party ever seen in i iuladcipiiin, or el-cvvlierc. on the llitiiof next I'cerinlicr. with the youn;; ladies dressed ' Martha Wa-hin,...

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 December 1873

r jg pcBUSiiEU eve-it TiansnAv nv S, HBY SMITH, Proprietor. OIT1CBOX SIEECIIAXT STKEET. South Siln of Public Square. XESXS OF 6TJBSCKIPTI0IT : hTarUMyin advance. one copy, one year. ........ 1.S) fiob of ten anie "m-"""-" j : u Cob of twenty " ri.-tMiflice SO.w jJ-CWj rates do not ain'J" to the city of Sic. GastrieTe. THE SUFI AXD THE UADJE. vr r. ii. stoiida-id. "The flyinR f llie. arr.'W In the air; Thr shifting o! tlie thutile lnihelo-im: The tlnkins of the watt r lu Ihebanil; The ikInjf rrm the craille To the toml: Tell me, Sull. tell me, U it all? ' What the li'iw that eliooti ui Intolife? Where the lorn that throws u To awl fro t WLo-etlie han't thateiiilld us lntoIeath Wn-t in the mtti ing mar- 111 Hen below t 0 tell me, tell me, SuU, what it W. I teethe arrow flyinir, Not what sniU it ; The liow that shoot it hither, And who 1m-wIs it; 1 we lh' fliimie thiltii.g, Not whit throws it; The wearer who ln.i;uii it. Awl wilt close it; I eee the water finking, Not whaUnilU it: Tbee...

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 December 1873

THURSDAY. Die. 4. ms.- 4 little boy was killed in St. Ljois, on Monday, by being run over by a street car. Hi brains went scattered eoruo distance from i.ibeul. A TaTTibic disaster occui re.I at eoa m llit! 2ii i Kit. Tbe steamship Viile im Havre, which left New York on the loth of November, camo in con tact wit!i tin.- British ship, I.o' h Km, fro ai London to New York, and Mutik shortly alter. Two hundred nd twenty-six persons ou the Yille lu Havre were lout Tbc amate met en alonday last at 12 o'clock. Ho business was transacted of ai-y importance. Tbe J'lcsideiil's tcessago was to.be re ceived on TuesJay. 'Hi houe met and organized on i portions ui the Skull, ami one jjkc reftrmbling the breast-bone of an in fant, waa all tbat cobU be faand of tha remains. Tbe peculiarity of the ooenrrenco' is tbat no one knows who tbc grave belong to, and did not know even tbat tbere a grave in tbat locali ty. Grave suspicions are entartain- ed tbat tbere baa been a little loul play somewhere. 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. — 4 December 1873

- - DIG. 4. 1878. Itll 1KB SlIBIfllNMHfiS, "On toOnU Wart Wirll War!! ! OUaevtaapeniorsaleat thU oflc. getdtta adTertisemcnt of Palk'a fro nt store, in anetkar oolnu. gtiage m it mj eeem.we are it ill wffl iag to neeirt greenback at this oBce. Charley ObenaTeller aaakea good ei gne. Goaad try them. bring twaarkakl warm weather for Us tits of tbe year, aial wet DIE). On the 29th of Norsmber, 1873, Mr. Baptist UiarteTiiie, agea ei year, Oaaaaa living in Clair county. Ills , etJ$tW WOTtn of kega by tba cholera. Money is very acarea it almost cures (Ms to aaa dollar kill now-a-daya. The boa; abolara is reported to be very lei ia tbe viclaity or Kaakaskia, ta Ills Mia. The sateke-stack of tbe Ste. Genevieve mm mill vat kktwa dera on Tuesday attat Oa Wednesday. Dae. Srd, twenty six jesnago, father Wiaee waa ordained as ariast. km everything kaa gone dews in price Clofcng sod Piece Goods here also pmt let, at HAMM cu.'S KiJUUK). On tbe S6tk ft November, 7871, by Baa. Father Muelenbeck, Mr ...

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 December 1873

GENERAL BREVITIES. . PhildeihiuU "I'g t buiW a$5, 000.000 lioti! for the accommodation of ceiitc-iiiiial visitors. I'rasoN-Er-s convictwl in Xew York courts had rather po to Ship Siiijr for live yeans than'to Auburn for three. Gait. .Jack's widow have shakf-n off their inoiiruiiirainI now stand arrayed in sixteen yar.N of red audonuigu llaimel and Xo. 0 cavalry boot?. Konr.KT.T. McCallan" lately died intes tate in South Carolina, and our iSovern inent i now looking for an heir to hi SlOO.Oi), in iii, native eonuty of Armagh. Ireland. Tin: widow of the late Hon. Samuel Kimball, a former re-ident of Jack-on. Mich., ha-:, in onne tion with her -oii-iii-law. a London architect, taken a contract to i!o ImiMinir for the Ttirki-h Govern ment amounting to 111.11v3.r1I of c'lMAfcl. A cjiti.i: livlnjr in Xi;vv York are re Ifr!eil to have had ixtccii children within It than -i year-, a- follow-: Jnlrl. 1'")S. one: Julie -J3, IS.".!", two; jr-m-fi ?.K IS JO. two: March 1.ISG1. three: Fciiruarv ...

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 December 1873

, - i ..I1 j. csr $ 'Sf nt xit re gtajj. irnmetiEn Evrnr TiiL-n.-D.vr v S..HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. OITJCC OX MERCHANT STKKKT. South Sitlo i" Public Square. TEEMS OF SUBSCEIPTMK: JutstWjIj- in advance. One copy, une 3 tar. $1.M Oabor trii to nie I'tiM-office I .:o Oulf twenty to kuii; I'tet-nflirp ai.bO l-CiuurateadoEoSai-iily to the city of Etc. '6aerkve. hVKB. Se Colorado rnrt, 1 373.) ur uutr JIAKTE. Wot'i tnt you're roidin'? a novil? A novel writ darn my -Lin! Ton man imovn and !nfardi il and li otin' tucli Miff zu.it in . Sail alx'Ct K-ils anil llit-ir SHr.-t.tlii-jrt.-i! Xo won lr v.,i re tlilu ila knife. Lojkat nit-1 ci.irtwo hundred and never nad cue la my liic: Toif my opinion 1 Irin round here novels And ez to their Tnev" lielonRed to the Jedpe's 'laughter the Jedp iff Lo came Uli lost V ear On account ol Ins lunpa and the nioiintums anil hai-aiu o' pine ami nr; And bis ditiffliter will, she read novels, aud aura wnai fi me nraiu-r m itu nir. Vcthewisswtont!ie Jetlse.and s...

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 December 1873

9f S I Oi THURSDAY. DEC. Fully tickle men, who want oiime Fat office plenty of llicia at the capt lol if. Wanlittigtor. juat uo. A boiiur t.xp'.odcd at the Anchor Mill in St. Loum, on iho night of tho -'Hi iust., killing two men. Tho great ct ent of Maloi.eV life lias "cvctilunlcl." Ho !i tnarriel. Tim with i lie CVfA floo:. Wiab. liiut luck. lion j;. A Hatcher, M. C. from till district, been appointed Chairman of the Agricultural Com mMCo tu the Houso of Kepreaenta tire. The title to the property iton h eh the St. Vincent college, at Capo (iirardcati .lands, has Itocn de- II. 1373. .ided to be goo.1, and the heir of the j the rcprceontatives ot the two gov deceaacd, who tried to recover the; ernnvjiits." ratne, has been thrown ost. in for the On :h;i night el the If.! iiet., a band of Indians and Mexican at tacked limy & Crow's ranches, near the Uio Grande, in 'IVxas, and killed neven pernona uud carried oil' Mr. tJrey'H son as a primmer. Several hundred people are at the ranch...

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 December 1873

ml g, BNI 8MITH, Prorleter. THURSDAY, DEC. 11. 1873. AKD SHWNDIN8. flrww, Saia, Xud. Sain, ' AH in profu'ti. Weather decidedly wrm. The Avon uiiu, in thi county, we gaderttand, have l,eD "Id to a Chicago company for f23,'V0 Don't forget it. Toucan always get a spod cup f hot coffee at Mr Jacob Falk'i Grocery Store, at any lime of the day. Everybody ia invited to nll at the Ufiion Hall Saloon on Cbrittmas day and help themselvst tv a fine ftee lunch The Hollidaya art coming on, and tre presume the poultry .yard will noon assume at irrave an appearance to iU inmatei at tha Cubao slaughter-pen. Notwithstanding tha fact that our "City Tatfcrn" have made many improvement? in ourttrtttt, Ac. m of the sidewalks and creasing!, eten on the public square, are al amort iai passable. At rrtrytbint; bet gone down in price Cleialeg and riece Goods have alio pine, aVwa at II AMU & CO.'S fa tee a tie (MHaca r Brr Sm4 mnlt ui Btukeu, at fxtrratly faKc Ctwrt lane. 26 A floe aseortmeiil of Fancy C...

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 December 1873

iSSa aa a sa a a " I GENERAL BBEYITIES. It lia been decided by an Iowa judfre tliat it is ncces-ar- to health to chop wood on Sunday if a family has any to chop. A Bov lourUtn years old near Gnvti Bay has chopped down live liec-tree-i Un fair and captured lour hundred pounds ot llllllf-V. K- .in niwimt if Xanoleoii the Gresit's Italian campaign, an historian relate-: "The l.u.-.-Uui- were ma-e'ed upon a frozen swamp. Xapoleou pointed his artillery at them, and twenty thousand hit the ilu-t. Daniel Axdrews, a rich old re-Meiit of Delaware, ditnl the other day, and ln- will cut his brother off with six tints, becau-cthe aforesaid brother once pulled away a ehair and let Daniel have the lloor. Miss S'Iiaii Svae, of Portland, want S."i,(X) from her mi.-tre.-s who inji-ct.-il vitriol into the optic as Jjandi was jioepiiiy throujrh the keyhole of the parlor door. Hindi has quit the pet-pin;; liu-iiies-. whether Mio get her money or not. The monks of the order of LaTrapK', commonly known 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. — 18 December 1873

PLAY r S, HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. RATES or-APYERTISIKO ; One .)Uiiv, ity vnrlj, our in. Sioa... L nhs-l-urY--..T:n ..r-."r ..r.-r.-"' n crcE ox meeciiant stkcet. Soutli SUlo-of Publio Sfiu:xro. XEEHS OF 8OTECEIPTI0N: KKwv.onejror $1.50 -Cl-i'-'""u do cot ' to tic city of Sic. 5ertt- llu-iiu--- cml", J tout fpi.ti ;r ear. .- ! lar-tiurtiT At'iiu-a, one year . ...... . 3. Oiie-tuti" ruKinn, lUK-jxai VViX noo. lU'lap.'.l3dTrrtij,u;fn!'rt;jsibrt,.ic luch. "' t " S3 All tr-a-it-nt jjrertisl-- ::.t bepWfcr in alvu-cc. - JLj-Ycarlj-ajTin!eawnU ;vjMe qnact-rlr ia a.lvance. -""- Politically Independent Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1873. NO. 26. FATE PBESIDENrSMESSAGE, WasiiixoToy. I)i:n:.Mi!i:i: 2. To HtStnateaml House vfltfjireientnlices . Thevcart!i:itba i).i--cl MiKTtlii'-iiluiiU-fion.-fVv la-t nifi-r. toCoii-r. -s- has . ifal!r the la-t part of it. Ix en an eventful L-to the country. In the mid-t oi great Mtional prospcrit...

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 December 1873

THURSDAY. - - DIC. 18. 187 We would attempt to givo a fow murder items Una week, bat find our rxchnnges 80 full of them that we iVar e nbouM fill our eolnms to ovcitfowing with honible outrages. The Viigitiius question in now ;.!.cut MttlrtK The Virginia is re ported cm her way to America, and the remainder 0i lier crow and pae ( ng.in to hare been surrendered to the United Siatts authorities Tnus euda our w-r bubble. t'CBRTMS. Oittgic-sia lill hammering atfuy r.l the salary -grabbing question. But littu business outside of tlii has b-oii donu thti far; Mid the muss in tut likely, from present iiulIeatiuiiH, to 1-J S'l through with for pome lime Income. Thera appears to le u general tendency toward repealing the prerci.t law, and reviving the old tii.e as it w before tho art of March bY.t, 1S7;I. Tho franking piivilege will alio bo rd.-ira 1 with .omo small modification. A bill bus been r ported to the houM favoring it, which will be pt to pass without much opposition. Hy its provis...

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