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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 December 1873

- DIC. IS. 1878. M 1KB SCKOCNDINGS The City Board U oext Satuday gatltbtcudofP. V. Jaccard, in an ctisr cohiann, oodles" of local new foiling iibA thtoweak-ln a horn. A. certain joang clerk wears s forty dollar be. Another reiult of "explora lions." If joa want to boy cheap candies and tasT frcarlrt,call on Mr. Edward Seyssler. II, has 'oodles of 'em. IOuipolee is inakintt great prtpara UoMfortheUHon NtwlWmt. We but wpeot Pnd turnout. Dont forget It. You can always pit a good cup r Jot coffee at Mr. Jacob Falk'e Grocery Store, at any time of the day. Tarns Me airtBet orBrjr Goods aitvli m nukcta,t crtr cmrl) itf pfteas, ( u J. L. lererlcV - aiaJtaONHlMK. Everybody is invited to call at the Uawa Hall Salwu on Christmas day M-l help tbeaielrea to a fine free lunch. Xt everything bat gone down in price Cbftlag ana Piece Goods bate also Rone m rt BAMM CO.'S. B'.tb, of the Perryville Union, is the attest maa in the country, lie KH hit paper ut left week seven days ahead of Urne. I. I. Ii...

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 December 1873

i i .. .. i , , . i i i ' Continued from First rage. (taction of the amount :l compared with tlieiin-wftti-ryenr, it is 1h.-1u.-vh1 that the di.-uij-es in the. ih.-ii.-wii laws at thela't iclan'ot Conj:res will absorb tliat amount the current year. At tlie t-Io-- ot the last li-t.il vt-ar there wen; m tlie jteu moii rolls &!),80l invalid military pension ers, and I12,0SS widow?, orphans and de pendent widows of deceased i-oM:ers, luak mt!i total of that class of2!l.s'JJ; IS,-W Americans of tliu war of 1S12, anil a.CKJ widows of soldiers t that war lH-nsionl under the act of Coii:rro of Fehrnary 14th. 1S71: iiittkuitr a total of that cla-s of 2:!.31J. f.Ojiu thousand four hundred and thirty ljavv pen-ioners, and 1.770 widows ami orifiiti -and depeniient relatives of de cmscilotlio.'rs. sailors and marines of the navy pensioners of :i.iln. and anmd total of iien-ioiir of all i.-las-e- of SW.III, Miowinjj a net im-rea-i- during the l.t-t fi-c.il year ofiiJlS; the names of l.;i-" pe...

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 December 1873

PLAY EVtKY TnntsDAV r.v BATES OF ADVEKTISISO : S, HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE OX MEECIUXT hTKCET. gouth Sil " I"'lo Squ.iro. intHS OF STJBSCEIPnON: hrarisWj i" advance. aub o7u to name l'n3t-o(t.cc 1 .-.! .( Eot, of twoiiy to nan..- IW-oiir. -jii.uo rj-Club rates do not airily to tlie. city of Sto. ' One fc;nare, itr wonl. one insertion... l.f" t.aia suustiueui inser.iuii s. Ha.ints i-atds. 1. intra mace otrjear. .. i-.iv I nie-.juarter coluii.ii. or.ear ;.v, I One-hall' rulnran, one ear m.( j U::t co!-.:an, caeyear IiV.W IL.playel advertisements chirj.il l.r the inch. Sj-All tran.ient advertlsins must Ivj-aiilfor Politically Independent-Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. STE. GFaXEVIEVE. .MO.. THURSDAY. HEC EMBER 25. 1ST.). in adance. VOL. II. NO. 2l. j;-Yearlv ad-tisccntJ iviyaWo martcrly m advance. FATE jmV SIM TO SEA. BV JOAOCIN JIILI.KH. list I it last ! otwl new -liorn , aSrn.rtro ng f ih vrll.of llie .irons -Vevv w. riiwU" ih'-summit, with the MiafN ..I morn. Of Ike...

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 December 1873

The Woman's Bights Bill Which " i:.,;.,:'p' V!c: Ibc legislature will be AMcefi . , tlvM ' A1" swindle. f p JnYKS-xi'm-. lire 10, 1ST:. . loins: Kmtok ok ti:: ifci-iiiu A for.- xvcok- o.inm.Mei-, r ,.-,.., ..lnd.-o.int r.s A Terrible Explosion. 'Till? QP Tmna BIPIfflLTnAN THE DAILY T.KPtTBLlCAX Union Hotel ! Tho t. Lui R-pa'jlicsiti. pulli-hcd ov cry in-aiiif-. will lo furnUhid to mail ?ub- t On Iti'.skry morula-; last, a tearlti! 'accident i.cciirrod at Mr browns .... .. . . f 4crii T- at Iiiuihii.'- rati : What Is fcalil of it. Opinions of o.,. o....v. i-sr... si; 0.1 LE 0. J0KK1ST, rrVr. tav- hu-t.'.tv in ti Marble Uili the Cnnfpiunorarv Press. V"1'"- . '.' .. - rive . ! Merrhant ami Third coiimmhi:; n ir-. w. i.. i :,it. , , u ,.. j,:l.ii. - .s.-r.ie nl u terms to uoerioers ior ism. t.- no no irnan tile ttuuu u-krr I ;.. .-..n c... n-'ual Uaruliiig uxpoi.-i'i to aro! i :c- 1 it ci::n-!i'i! ti - lor imliu!iatii,:i hi:t thoy it . I o.Njili.'io'l it. Cul'.-. ljll' liCO ot ji;-.-U!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. — 25 December 1873

i A SHssourl Editor Convhlid of j Maii-Slatii-'ultr. I J-M win Tin niT. i-har-ic-il with ONE PRICE STORE r Lours urniAii nnt i m IfltUlbAL UULLtlKi F-C-llOZIERSON. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in -""Tttsiit ihvmrlrinr i '"U L:ttnv-tte (ipivcs iii I.exiiij'T'iii. .... . , Sffr-hu,,::. h:ui u -eco.,,1 All Goods Marked in PlainFig- Lectin-, s will oegm Oct. la, la,, f.i;vronn fii.0rFRIF trial in the ci-iiiiini.i iimrl at Kan.a- 1W .w) S,,W n5 vW and continue five months. Witl.'l.UUUU.uir.., c 5 DEC. 23. 1S73. -T) I SJity, Mo., on the J7th in-t., ami tin: jury found him yilty ol innn-i-!au;:;htoi-, amJ llxeil his c;iti-m e al two years in tlio penitentiary. Tur ner ami Groves wore editor of rival tiewepaj)i-r- and the difficulty iv-ult in in (irnvis-.' death yruw out ot po litical diliorenccs ami personal re-flection- iri their 11 jn-eiivc papet-. iffl SURROUNDINGS. J"!anttobe profperousin busi . iffo-aavcrtitc .tcntinttrttoroll in pretty 0- Cone mill. ! -. ;. higher at the present tune...

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 December 1873

!3 I GENERAL BREVITIES. Mils. Goi-int thinks it hetti-Horaivoniaii to !k laughed at lr not liein married tlian to Iks unable to laugh liwuw; -lie i married. I)u. Eu.ti:n Waiuikn- write- from Cairo. Kgyjit. to a friend in Baltimore that there is "aVnlt'iidM opportunity for women deiiti-t in Egypt, a in tin' Ka-t women are forbidden to consult with men." There are three or four Kngli-h uomeii pnteiu- ACCIBEX'TS WILL IIAPFEX. IIw to Heliavr- and Wlmt to no In Tr.vingNltiialifiis Presence of 31 iutl Hie .Holt Itniiorlnnt -t'oiiiiileratiiiii Iteiiietlies mill i:&i'ili'iils mill nliicli liver bot y Mioillil he t' inr. Whenever an tieeidentoeeiirs.do not .-tir till you know ju-t what to do. Take thing- iuietly keep iletit. Avoid adding to a panie in"tho-e around yon. I)i-a-!er- ire ahvav.- worse tor lright and perturb The -Man Who HitlnM See It. ' I em't .ee it." .-aid Butler. Xohndy read all th.-e little advt rtieinent.. ItV von read wliat iii-'iienti-try in Cairo, aceording to Ur. 1 ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 January 1874

tc. (tftncricrc fa g lag, tc. tfenmerc fair gtajy. PLAY. is rrnusi'Ki i:vei:v tui-kiay iiv g, HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. KATES OF ADVEBTISIITG : 0jy:cr. .V MERCHANT STHKET. South Sil 1' l'lIio Sxn:iro. 7E2MS OF SUBSCKIPnOK: JnnruWy in advance. One envy, uneyear . ....... $1..V) Ooh.n-n in wni" I-ost-nffieo 1 ;.:q JJ.Bboftwn'J'1" Mm-I'.i-t-ollici: . 3-Cl!ibrJitiaIoE0tlli!y to tic- city or 8tc. One ,jt!art itv-wen's, one in.rtion... Sl.fO ITat'h ?ubijucat in-irtion . O lkiiiut c.tni. , mill s.rai..- tr i..-' ac-iiiirUr cImin. uneyar " :"... tiieh.!i" imIui:ii. imytar V..OI One co'.uuu, oncar li-MD Pi-il.ij-il ailrftt unf nl c!:ir;nl hr the inch. XjAItranIintalcitiiinsr na.-t bo raM for in j.Uanoo """ Yearly .Llvertisetut-nts juyalile quarterly in a.h.im-c. Politically Independent-Open to all FUe3-Controlled by None. VOL. ir. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. THTIiSDA V. -JAXlAliY 1. 1S74. NO. l0. FATE TILL DEATH. T. m t sraid fie yellow Mic-iives Vh n li.Jtli v..Hn; " li-eiivvcrcrtir; lVeliiucLvl ti...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 January 1874

V ! n - ft'! li in ft C5T '-i'fftpt'-V-- -V -CJ-j ZlrJ-i ' , ,;jv''c;i &X. i, l. il., 'DlUilSDAl' A ; 'y-lwi.il iv.ts r;:p-i7.iil in li:t! Thames i KnMr.d recently, and thir- teen pei :;!; wova djowned. T.r, -;..i ri,r!. Mmyyl 3--'P- Invaranco Compn.iios have c ons o rid ated . i no uvr.v.ircr oi .no tiiy oi ycc-i- n !Msn it in in.-. cn in l:i mm of 'three 'nundrcd and bevenf. thousand dyllars- Tho archeu of tho St. I-oi'is bi-idtre I ;;iv- at !aM been eoi.nsrtod. smd wo 1 - li .. . n w:iit bonds ot iron. ' ' Hon. It. A. Hatcher, .M. C, from this district, will please awep.t o::r thanks fcr valuable pub. docs. The Ike sa-s, "six of our 'leading mr-ii' Btaggcred through the st roots in wi.yd day light, siniring 'Jlolly J)ar iiiii;,' ami Tut Me in My Little JJed." Unr "leading :r.Jn" doi.'L do sui-h things. Tho C.tili'Iiook wants to l; i.;v. what n guignolce ball is. Explanation Jiest week. Have to look at it our self first. A ClirlslHKts liay Caotble. riivistmas came around on tl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 January 1874

jTjijiBY SHITK, Proprietor rSen AY. - - '"A"- J 1w- XUU- umiomwiw -EJDSb'BttOl'SDIKfa'S. A bappy New Year to all. TLc river is full of ice. Uj vou war.l to le prosperous in busi es! lffo-advcrtisc. Things tbat incn'n nerves ho. wL'stJ punches and hut Torn-. Tim Emma C. Kiliol is on the uVtsat Ft. Louis, ni:ilergiii ro- Toscca fincassorlaicut of Dry Coeds Shawls and IKaididii, at txir rariy loff prices, R" (0 ""'Ci''"- "P pollfl'oiiri House. -' Wc give our readers a clirihlitius paper tills week. Printers must tare ho'lidays as v.vll :: oil.-. peo ple. Tlie iP'nodolinsj of the A(!;nn i Jacol't, n if . i.'-M'sland, is pi yr.:-.-iiiL-finely. I1 -'''J that sho i t he tailed itis "S vt'ciievieve.'' We have received a eotiiMiinioa tio.) fiom our oM friend, Stephen Moalgmierj , ' ' lcccntly toll for Texas, giving a description of his trip, and also of the country through tihicii he passed 0:1 his routis. Wc will give place to si next week. We notice our former clever fc!!on- lows.:iiii lr....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 January 1874

I) 1 r, I GEXEUAL IJKEVITIES. Tun rolN of the Jacksonville (III.) lmV lic schools show :m n-tial ilivitle. It-vi-i'i the bays ami Kirk, rc bviug jnst Gtt oi icli. liiiLAiKi.riiiA lias mlitcetl the jince t doctors' ili.Ioiua?, m that liftccn dollars will now entitle any vvooil-choti'icr to a sheep-kin. K.istkux farmers may 1; a-toni-heil to learii that .-tacked between f'rccley and ("rcen City. Col., arc Hints million ton of hay, almd-t worthier on acittiuit ol no meant of cttin;r it to market. A Cvuroi-M v showman is wandering aliout tlie eountry illustrating the cxt-eii-tioii of the "tloiloc captives by iiieaiisi.f minuets. I he a-'onv ot the liaiiirmir i- worked no in a mo-lVkillfnl manner. Tin: Kc;reiit of the Mt. Vernon Asso ciation Iirono-c the abatement of the en trance fee to the home of tleore Wa-h-injrtoii, liavinjr ju-t come to the conclu sion that a- a public domain il should be free. Tiik annual repoit of the Cotiinii--iom r fit' IiiIitiimI lli-v-cmic ili-clti-t-s the il...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 January 1874

FATE PLAT 7" KATKS OF AOTESTISCrO : Oae..us.re, sixty wunls. one insertion... I.fO Ksrli uti4niurtHin!rtii)n Husuies iunl. inch . per oar... G.m One-murler column, one ) ear. 35. i Oae-tulf column, one year ,55-lJ One column, oncjear kv.tiu PiI.laycl -ulveri.je.r.en.3 chars-M by IS Inch. 3" Alt transient aJrcrtbins nu-t bej-sJctfor in utlvanco. S3" Yearly advertlinmcnts payable quarterly in ajvjuce. cHEBBY SMITH,. Proprietor. crricE ox Mtr.citA.vr sthcet. South Si'l" l" I'uWIo Square. jggKS 07 SUBSCRIPTION: "tSrWiV'iw l'.,,t-office 2O.0U ."rS.saonotai.lJr to the city or Ste Politically Independent-Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GEXEVIEYj-;, MO., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. 1874. NO. M. CHASOED. ET LOC11A IIUIISHI.L. i. ihp nisht, v. fair tn(l itii-;i; "'rtWr. t,ut not with il. li. jS.ISbt mill. .inili-r -ail. Mt so much a. a lircaili of a lire. ; .T.rtSthlciM ..! iuMioi.l.ts lit.s .InLripli,1,rct-"ll'uUel"i'1 sLn" tttloDrfiiwiotone. lonajowa? a mmimer ui?l.t rSJStoPp...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 January 1874

THURSDAY. JAN. 8.1874. 'J'I'O farmer' and mechanics' inetini sit Fuller" store, on Tuesday butt, we understand VM well attend ed, Hnd a JTic.it deal of interest mani fested. We understand that an at tempt will be made to raise fundi to -tablfaha woolen factory or tome tiilier manufacturing ealublitdiment in this county. Time will not per mit us to go details this week .We liopo it may succeed. "La Cnlgnolce." In enformity with the time honored cus- Vi ro of old Ste, Genev'wve we were greeted on New Years Eve, with the familiar ounJi of the onir of "La OuijuoUe.' ' To those nut familiar with the simple and quaint habit and sports of th prinitive French settlers of this country the term "guignaltt" will convey but an indistinct and very ur.tatiafuctory idea In cxplana. lion we can ooIt say that fin tn time im memorable, almost, it has been the custom, wherever the French race predominated, " the evening of New Year Eve, for a num ler of rouug men to disguise inemselves with muks, quai...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 January 1874

MgSfTjMlTE, Proprietor. JAN. 8. 1874 "jSi and surroundings. ftti our Texas letter. A grand masquerade ball would not be 0f place just now. 4 drove of about sity head of cattle -ed through our streets, on Tuesday We refer tne Cnsk-Book to the. arti-le in this iu bea-lcd "La Ciigile-." for prfeutatofttfl "Wnati.it" Lost, grains PI rf,urn ,lirm l" thH irint" ing office and you m'Cl be liberallv rewarrf- fr jour trouble. V understand e ara to have another ,!joi in town in a few W Tli.-rvw.ll oa be to many that each one will have. biti patron, and that will be the bar keeper. D't forft the meeting of th- acb d directors on Saturday next. They want t bay property o:i which to locate a public VighKhooi. and want to know who 1ms property for sale. Se notice in another eolum. Pork i very icarce in this vicinity this witter. One of our butchers, Mr. If au aaa, (pent several days last week in Illinois trying to buy up hop, but met with but little success. We have not seen a load of pork on our...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 January 1874

GENERAL BBEVITIES. Xkaiily 20.000 natives of Louisiana re side in the city of l'aris. A vouxrt laily on Cains Cod picks a bar rel of cranberries every day in their season. Susan Gault, of To'telci. K:iii-a, iias been left SI.V),000 by her uncle. All through trains stop at Toieka. The ;rrcate.-t deiitli of the VaciHe Ocean lietweeii California ami China U about two ami one-half mile-. Jliw. Sawuki. Coi.t .-i-ijs every check and onler for money, ami take a walk through her revolver foiimlry twice a week. Ciucouv is saiil to be one of the mo-t hurtful thin which c:iit 1m; taken into the stomach, 3iii-in;r iiitlammatioii anil ilys-ei-iu. mid several of the Eastern Mates are talking of laws ajr.iiiist its Wiu put into cnllir. Tiik "Ameriiiin riiivcr.-itv of l'hiladel- jiliia." which ha the reiutafion of -upiily- 111-imiu- uieiiieai ihimoiiius, 10 niiiMie.niis. therefor, i to have its. Iitiiues examined by the State Supreme Court at the m-xl x-ion. .tinny rravi; cliarges are in:ui a;piiut...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 January 1874

FATE . HESBY SMITH, Proprietor. BATZS OF ADYEKTBUTG : On Mnare. sixtv worts, one Insertion.. fi.ro .'0 tuo , S3."U SJ.W 1CW.10 1 Kaeli suUs.u.nt in-ertioa i:t-.-in--s card, i inch fiNi- lwrvcar.. otli Sill 1101,0 --i"-" tno-ju.iri-r column, iwjw. One-half column, one year One Column, one year Soi rgggi 0F SUBSCRIPTION: P:p.ayfl ailTettlscn-ent a chart-ti! by th Inf h. t3"AU transient ailrrrtlsinf rcut be -aitl for In advance. J""" Yearly advertisements pav-aMe quarterly In advance. j.Urin advance. 1.M Politically Independent-Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. li.'O VOL. II. sS" STE. GENEVIEVE. 110.. THURSDAY. JANUARY i:. IS7-1. NO. :i2. TBE 'dusks STRATAGEM, x yauxsrsR talk. 1Hlc,Vr JcornirciH. widely lame! Wil .'.wm 1 ID ll'llil iii-n"' I- ! .ZTr hlissl knew not tlie oilier e llilioi, f.B'"1?'' H1 ' . i., .il-.ef- till, at lat. iVmy mw "r trcmWii-K doubt iH'Tffi MIT1.-I) . "sire! we all can ate Alfc&SK hi W-au,l now llut we I"J rioorloraiwrTic.' whtrc Ihes urn -"""IitSE w...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 January 1874

i 8 14 tSUmDAT." - - JAU. 15.1874. ) I. BgWit-'-i J JJL-JH 1'. Connt Necessities. Next Monday oar county court will hold their first session in 1874. There are several subjects, of import ance that should engross their at ten lion, end be disposed of speedily. We are now without even tho shadow of a jail, to serve for an excuse for in action on their part. Bin: the prov idential conflagration that so happily consumed the old building that tea at once a nuisance and a ebame to oar city, the rosd overseer has re moved the stone und debris to repair the roads in the vicinity of the city. "Not a atone remains upon a stone" and the jail uselesa for the purposes far which it was intended has been utilised in its destruction as macadam for the roads! Sec 1 of article 21 of chapter 40, of Wagner's statutes pro. videe that "There shall be erected in each county at tbo established scut cf justice theroof a good and nuRk-ictit courthouse and jail." It is a woii known fact that for many years S...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 January 1874

-ffjyRSMITH, Proprietor. JAN. 15. 1S74. ME AND SlUROliNDINGS. A little Icct 01. Tuesday n.Kit. Sliglituftl'J cule on Wedi.eHday morning. Mrs. Aatl Obermueiier gives ate dsTuciiig-party to-night. ,prh a. 6rst c!a teacher will he open mani nftor Mutcii lad. forn engB""- -Apply at tlI- offico- That "little stranger" that made U(aPPr,,ce at Dr Brafcara'e'no fey Iat week wa8of hofcn-''''nePer ,Bion. Tin; d- cior has not walked on the ground sir.ee. It' an "eight pounder. Jotlce Is hereby FTn that Mary, ay wife, laa Wimj bed ni board and that I will r.ot taw.nsible'for ar.y debts the may con- Wdk.re.flfr. JOU vvittURr.x. SU. Genevitve. M"., Jan 12, 1874. wtvitiirn On DecfTolcr 31st. 1873, on ABM' Md, Mr. Jarto H. Readt to m- HUT Akn Aut s Beth of Jackeon tJmihip, Ste. GenevieT county. Mo. MABBUD. Oh tb 4th ir.st., in Jack- township, by Win H. Iutu.n J. P . w, JauuSinta to M Mary RaBzcc-A Ittatntov. uiVRTF.D On TnursdaY eveninz. tho 8th inst, at the residenca of the bride, by 8. A. Guijpio...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 January 1874

i m GENERAL UCEVITIES. Rkigham Yocxn's cannon Eictory lias turned out iiiiictv-ci'rlit pieces of artillery, and In; lias lr.iXH) stand of arin-. The report that I5jorn)ii lijoriiseii, the Norwegian poet, i-i coming to this country at the head of an organized colony, i- au thoritatively denied. A ItnooKLYX man. who never had a sweetheart, J-ays he takes a solitary sati fiction in standing around the railroad ilc lots mill seeing the women hug. A loximootki qiie-tion has Ix-rn set,-: tied. A delatiiig-?tn-iet vat Sioux City has ilecideil that Adam and Kvc were not tlie ancestors of the human race. Ax old lady at .Jaekson, Teiin.. has a-Ki-tl the city' authorities to exempt her from city taxes as ' .-he seldom walks over their sidewalk or pavement-.' Tiik Cedar 1-alN HrcanUr reports having found thcim-ancst man. The chap donat ed a pair of worn-out summer pants to the hoiiie.-tcader-.but took out the pockets and ripped tin; buttons oil before parting with them. A coloked man recently 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. — 22 January 1874

tr, gfttcriere fair gtatj. rCBUSBED TIKT TUCESDAT BT j, HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE O.V MAKKKr&lKEET, South Side of Puirfio Square. JXBXS 07 8UBSCBIPTI0K: $tr. Gfamtrf fair gtajj. FATE PLAY. BATES OF ADTEBTISnfQ : One s.rnsr. alxty word, one Insertion... EjiIi uUiumt insertion ltusims cards. inch per car... Onc-.uarhrr column, one year i.ro .o 6.00 SJ.IU .. J3.IM .. IlK). One column, oueyear". PisrlayeJ advertisements charI by the inch. J3" All transient advertising must ber-aidfor in advancc- S3-Yearly advertisements payable quarterly m advaacc. f.Tzrisbly In advance. omcopT. one year . S5i of ien to same Post-omce . 8X of twenty to same Post-office. . si .so l:.5 SJ.fO Politically Independent-Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. aou rate do oot apply to the cltyol St VOL. IT. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. TIICKSDAY. JANUARY 22, 1874. NO. .).. IIORIZON. BYLCCT I.AIECOM. c.ritviD and c nibowi rl to lie Under whispering maple tree Th.t holds a nest. flit of wings Mid manifold lear...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 January 1874

Via & JAN. 22,1874. .THURSUAf. jlJJLH- -' Fron Jefferson Cltr. Jitfeksos Citt, Mo., Jan. 15,1574 Jiii?o!i F.vnt Pi-it: Dear Kir : Having little leisure this evening, and thinking ths per haps n Idw lines from mo would not bo altogether .wntntorestiug to your readers, i shall e.oploy th$ time in giving you a short $ nd nitiier curso ry history of pas-iinr events here There seeuu; t; bo tn unusually fjooJ attendance of tho members of iho Ilnuncfo far, this session, una hundred andwei.t having answer ,ed to roll cull this morning. Business opened in tho house live lier and with more confidence, this session tlsn list; members showing belter and, in net, mere positive rietcrminntion to make tho work quick and short. A number of bills li Commnnicated. "Fr.Li pjat is :i jewel" and should be practiced toward all. This adage was called to my mind by rcdiii;aii article in your paper tak-n iroin the Now York JJindd, entitled A public without lb-publicans. We know many are glad lo cir-.-ub...

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