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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 January 1874

fTlESW SMITH, Proprietor. fgUBSDAT, - JAN. 22. 1874 HOME AN SUBROUNDIKGS. Weather warm. Ho ica in the river now. g4 our Jefferson City letttr, Leo. Jokerst if making preparations to ptt another line bull on Tuesday night next Tiro bono races on Saturday. Same fccrsebest twice. The best I-uking don't ,lwT4 win. County court met last Monday. There a consi'derable amount of business to be tnciocfd. but not ai much as usual. L. B. Valle, Est)., is desirous of pur jjmingayoke of young steers not over four year old. Three years old preferred. J J. B.'sarlicle for Uie rducaiionul de nartaient was received too late fur insortiou tail tk. It will appear next week. -K. f." of Tht Be writes a letter from JsffeVaoa City. He does not stato in it a-heth-r be was taken there in custody of theibsruTornot. Mr. Jobn S, Whitlock informs us thl ke is going to put up a warehouse and os r tsblish a landing at the foot of the island opposite town. Tb school board of this towr.ship lmt appointed a committe...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 January 1874

GE.VEKAL BREVITIES. The Atlanta Cumulation tells of an oc tceiiariui he;rro who walked twenty miles to pay a debt of $:l."A) which he had owed since 1871. Tub sittiiijr-room of an Indianapolis couple U jilonied. with four divorce, handsomely framed, whieh tells of old time love. Ax Enj:li--li real-otatu .speculator rccent ly olll-red a popular preacher $10,000 a year to settle, in the uchrliuorliooil ot his proerty to send up its value. Ziba Haklixcto.v of Chester county. la., reix-iuly di-coverctl a tortoi-e marked "Z. I)., ls'20," whieh he recognized atltu work ol his hand tilty-tlnce years ago. Irii pnipo-eil loadd one hour a day they arc now -ix tu the ofliee time" at Wu-hiiii'ti-ii. and thus greatly redilee the foree of clerk-and save expen-es. A Svsit vv-sciiooi. teacher of many year.-.' 4x-iriiu has arrived at the con clusion that tin: oulv wav to k-ci an in fant clas pcrlW-il v quiet is to -umilv -r.ch member with unlimited quautitie; ol mu- las-.s canny. lx Ca-tro Valley, 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. — 29 January 1874

-jfc cncncr? fair g, HEN-1 SMITH, ProPrietor. oWicE ox Ja::'i'' ''''. r, gouth Side of P.ibliu S.i.iaro. OF SJJ33CSIPTI0N: I,ffc; Si.-V, jZoabiawdoaoia-'ciy l& thc Citro1 ste FATE XATZS OF ASVXKTXSnrO ; On square. ty wotvU, on insertion..1. J1.C0 .o CeO SS.tM SS.W cam MU'"(u:ut liwiiwu ...... .- Uu.-ms card. inch sjvico jxr )4-ar... tiiuxniartrr c'h:mn, one vear Oni-hiir column, one vear One wlutun, on year Pisc-lavi-d adrtrtijr-iNnt chargvdby llw inch. J3AUtraaIfntailvcrtls!n5 mist be paid for in advance. S3- Yearly advertisements payable quarterly in advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY. JANUARY 2i. 1874. NO. !. HARISARA. . v.r tits by the kitchen fin-, are home and the milkin? done, her a respite lr..m l.ym. ly toil, ....urn., no kindred, she baa to men Js, chVdin " kinu., "S. ,7h..r.lf.ve has the vi r known. SffiivTand lab-.r,. imsou?htnd Ion. rSVare none t 1-ily T nwnj; pri. l,. T,rhil'''-1"r,s' her ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 January 1874

r. TUUnSDAT. - JAN. lftTt The girl in California who pretet: dcd to havu seen and converted with tho Virgin Mary, turns oat to lie an impostor, and the groat red blotches that covered her body, eau-c-d by her scratching with hor iiger Thoro is a rnan in New ?Iexi en whp owns a farm ixtntaining l,.r00, Q00 acres (a 40 by $0 mile tract,) 25,000 sheep, l.OpO bead of eattlei f00 or fiQO goats, and never:. I hun dred horses and mnles. IIu buy 1,20,000 worth ol articles at a time for hcuso keeping. count v trtauty of the count' where the court trying suid case it held. Sec. 3. I' t!iall he thediuy of ihe cleric ot c.-ich com t ot record in ihis Mate, ai tho cud of each term of sncb court to iwike out a hill oi tho jury tcs accruing at atti term of the court and certify the came to the county trc.-i-ur.-r of the county in which su:d court in held, which said 3-ou wore to wear broadcloth and a 3i!k hat to mill. vorti-emcnt of the want of one cd flip most commonest things in the world 1 l- ....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 January 1874

OS gTW SMITH, Proprietor. JAN'. gME AND Sl'RKOUXDINGS. rd the article on "Arithmetic" in ur actlioial department this weelr It ia" bint;' r d'sputcd point. E, I frnrJwr? of i' notoriety h is lieoti in g. r.i"ntiary He writes a kite r from llM. We fe'16"' f"r "'ut t1"'" jou ouqht to belmve yourself letter. Ye are informed ihit Murtin Meye- Pm lias lease 1 the B5ltrnnii 1 itiditij;i.ari:l i- -rrnsred aim i" r't"11 1 " 1 "cistm toHp,'nts on 11,8 r'ver- aro '"l'1 Mr. Johny Kern will resume hii old place ai Undwx-J.eep-r. Ifotlre Is hereby piven thit M-iry. rr.y wife, km .( my bed and board and that 1 will not i.. rMikiiioiMe for any M ts rlic hi ar c n tnct hereafter. JOHN WIBBERG gte. Genet it-ve. M., Jan. 12, 1874. Mr Wictmdy, tmniiss inner of the Agricultutsl Di-pitrtra-nt of the State of Mi-'uri, mi wr tlen a it tier Haling that 2 bat a email amount f Hungarian tnb.ie to tefd on ban i, and parties who vvi.1i to procure th seed of this variety of tobacco can !'' by aotln ts ng lum an...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 January 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Oxe of Hie editors of the AJeancc. hav ing !ot tliree umbrellas in three week one of them taken from the church vesti bule and anuther fnim hi sanctum lx giu to have "a lively conviction that th--antiquity of man ami the ao-tolie stio-i-"-siou are not the only rpte-lioii on xviiich the world needs enlightenment.' 'lucre w iluniig lS7:t. forty death- of jht.-oiis ngcdtK). thirty-three ho-e age varied from IX) to !)". am! live who had at tained the age of 100. Very few Ameri can:; died from senile debility or old age. lixe ixth-i of thi cla being foreigner.-. The nuuilicr of birth- rcgiMcreil during the-year was 22.."", being .V21 more than the number regi-tcred in 1S72. Kight thousand eight hundred and Mxty-fixv marriage were, rcgi-ten-d. .-bowing a tailing off of eighty-nine compared with the previou- year. A Sr. I.ofi lover gave up a matcli with a $ro.i.io heirc.-- leeau.-e .-he objected to nmoking : "Hie mini, a, liy (lie papers doth apiiear, XVhoiu iilii lliou-...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 February 1874

If rLHUe"E' EVEIIY S, HENKY SMITH, OFFICE O.V M.MiKKr I KELT. goath SU1- oT Piililiu Simuiv. IEKJIS OF SUBSCRIPTION: InTirUblT ln lnCc- nttciiv. one'irar.. ....... Oa-iof UTiuty to saim; r.ist-uiljc .I SO . 1J.51 . 2.1U tfClnli rates do not apply to the city ot Sic OtaeTiere- HiwSrf WAITING. Thmi of th- fnnny heaij t WitU lilies parlauiliil; And bosom fain-r llian tlie Mown tia-fuam; O Spring. In what waste desert dost Hum t.tay Whilst leaves await thy presence t tiiiluld Thebranehes of the lime Willi Iro-t are jrrav. And all imprisoned is the crocu pold. Come, ewret Knehautress, come ! " ' Ihoajrh, in the cumber west, Thy ttar h.itli lit his cr.t pl. lhophor, fnmling lull the wit tiered moon TnTTWletsare sepnllured m snow, fhy daimea twinkle nerer in the sun, Kmle winds throughout the ruined furi-Mx blow, And silent If the dove', melodious luoan: "EnciantreM, hasten boon. White are the coiintiy ways; And white the tangled maze, Lnred f be oxlip and the creeping thyme; mn titXn 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. — 5 February 1874

THURSDAY, FEB ass From Jefferson CUT? Jtrwuox Cixr, Jan. 21, 1874 Eaimn Fajb Plat: Jir 6'ir .- Since onr bat letter the Legislature baa heon dwbiiiR along quite nioely, di-posing in quick eacecMwn of ft great many bills. Will soon take up and con- aider tbo new revenue bill which of fers discuunt on taxes paiil before Dccmbcr let, containing besides many other innovations on the pref. cntlaw a very careful revision of our road and school law now being made by a committee fully equal to the task, and will soon be ready tore port, Our military friends are get ting up a bill in their interest while the retrenchment and reform elo- montoftbo House is not remiss in their profeaaions, if wo are to judge from tbo tenor of bill paaed a few daya ago taking away the perquisites of the secretary and treasurer and allowing Uem only their fixed sal nries. Keen tbt clerks of the courts cf record and recorder are not lo-t sight of by these vigilant uardiaas of the dear people's interest. A bill wa...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 February 1874

i:rT'- FEB. 5 1S74 STASiSlJMOIINDINeS. noticcfW election in another Bd F. C Albert's card in snothrr col AtH Saturday "W'tbutn. for .kisW-S- - -Ph. -little cue" are to have a grand .nddviccatUnion UallonWed- afrr night nexL Jr Jules B..zi.r.ofSt. Mart, paid cityavfeUtbis week. Ifc.1ep.-1ta v Xirepr'P'r0U'ina,t'eCtiO"' Tatr has bwn fn,m ol" to f,,ur l'rl " :.tf.rth put eight or ten data i!Tu.Mn.tT. K-aaot rjrbad '!'" j3 tuw for psrtiea '" 1 1 .u want t-3 Uke a comfortable ride f FBnito remember that 'Jabb and Ci-I-irs always sttcommudatinK. have easy rtlimtoclM wtUtale you through in Kotlee t. fc.tbT tine that Mary, my wife, has t.ft mr bed and board and that I will not .!kU 1if IDT DfUU PUT- 111 Vbafler. JODS WIBBBRQ Si. Genevieve, ., Jan. 12, 16iL Mr. J. W.Cadniar., agent for Crop- fcllsAtiss of Missouri, paid -ur town riiitthis week. II has l-een delivering me tlu ta sulwcribsrs. It is splendidly ex- atod piece 'f work, and contains more in- fostin than anytbine 01 tue kuiu rrtswb...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 February 1874

(iEXEKAL BREVITIES. I.katiiki! made from the skin of the white whale, it is said, is now a regular ar ticle of manufacture at some of the villages in C'.iiiaila. Jt is both line and durable, and s-hoe thongs of it are feaid never to break. A Massaciil'sktt man announces that he lias "an old desk that was ued by Col. I'rc.-cott and George Wasliiugton.'7 We think -we have heard of Col. l'rescott be lore in fact we know we have but who the deuce is IKorge Washington? Couri-er-Jowmat. A wiiitki: in Fritter' Magazine argues that "when yoiiareb-nt on loiiigaiiytning wrong, yon should ln-gin by convincing yourself that it U wrong: Ix-cail-e, then, though you are guilty of the transgression, you retain your priuti-ilf uniin-iairvil. ' Tin: hard times in l'ioche have had a 1-iireiii"refli-etiiioii the bu-incj-s of the jilaee. It i saiil that one iawnl:ker there holds over 2,0i0 revolvers and liowie knives il.po-iteil with him by iuipeMiiioti. ngiuers as collateral .-eeunty. Thk St. Louis Chr...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 February 1874

3 tr. 6ewricre .fair glaj. PLAY. J Vra"i"ro EVEI'V T1ICKSDAr ,!r g, HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. ' -orrrcRos makkkt sikcct. South Sia f Public Simaif. gS OF S3SC2IPII0K: . SSS Sty " '"- - " Llcoi, Kits i! not ai'l!y ti the c.tyot Stc- SATIS OT ADTZXTISDrO : One sijuarr. aixrr wonU, on Inacrtioa. .. $1.00 Each MilisiiiUmt'lnwrUoa -0 I'.il-iu.'sj cant, . inch apace rrjcr. .. 6.M One-uariT cotunin. on v car..' SiA'i dd-hall column, one Tear .W.tM On? column, onojrar. 1W.V0 Pillayrtl ajTvrtlttamits charged !r the loch. tJ-All trantirt advrrtislri; ruutt bv JW for inifeUaiicc. E3-Yrlj- ajTrrtisciurnU payable .yaitrilf in atlvaocv. Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GEXEVIEVE. MO., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1874. NO. :ui. FAIE MKETiy-lIOUSE. BT WILL 6. HAYS. hitch; (liar's no one nuilFli Tmiiia llvin' eir, IM sooner like fT rrS' B1 -,(1J'' BnB 8x' a tick " un , ilSim'1""'""5 lo St his r'4t at Jaiun T"r- "jjKiSuuat. j M la town 1m' Sun.lay. an' my heart ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 February 1874

TBCiUDAT, FEB 12. 1374 Ff Jeter. City. IztttaaosUiut, Feb. 7, 1874. F.orro Fxn Plat, Dinf Sir : To my agreeable iur pri.ia I ran a-jros your g ml-lonlcing sheriff on th2n inst.,an wild him topped ftbsird tba eastern bourn! train lrnm this place and glided oil at tit nu ot twetuy or twenty- five n:i!o an hour tor the fu ture groat city. The time passed inrift.ly.anil pleasantly, with frequent Utsst from Black .Bstty, that ly the time oar destination, Seventh atreel depot, Bounded is our rr4 I felt that M slock it full n.. ttd tt sll; Affair err in stra it's hard fur m to If 11 jtt now Wbieh one of tbe beys I sin," I returned aftora short etay in the city on the 8:55 train, which snorted along at a fearful rato until shrinkinc and panting landed us at the platform in Jefferson City. Alter partaking of tinmo refreshments, I concluded te kip over to the capital and spend a;; an hoar or two with the law makers. I found these Salons wirni ly engaged in the discussion of tin Neidncr claim ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 February 1874

pVn galTS. rrrtcttr. rtlSB S131ROUSDIN6S. tf.lssm that the grander sr. " t Q on-uiI.li.it ;-:.i:..t.- J ItoPt pap-. 5uWt,"- "el "" rTW and the l)eS... Sthof tbestbad bstt-r employ .ew MhM w PMUb '"w1 'rom a. kw. providir ftw Uc Skudas. .uck - U houses it. e. H ''bi wtU f"r "' pirwt teres it. XtlC0 IlitrsbTiriMB' thatjltry. tny wifc, h 1 1 i n L bed 4 bo"1 "n"' t,ml 1 wiH I' . . in. i... Wreilrir.iibH Jormy "" i y con gte. 0i!ei'. Mo . Jn. 12, 1874. Dn B- F. Mnn"iDj. of IUimW. (,lll o thi woek in com. queuce of Uch Man no poorer, TbudocUir Ua dcftrmin, mil biiere m good pby- W hll m lutur? kwp a P-ket Di- ith. onuUnU ofwbicli w will pubb rtdjwwk. In thi niary we fball -nt r Uientineof ver-iuticubar wb.ip.yati bcription in advance. Jbe editor of the Frtie Prettc hiw breii ,,rjiick fur frw d pH- in c.w .uane of which bi pajwr fail-l to cm. Wlimla:wrk. We. notice l.iin on the rtittl.HUy,aal the FrtU Prtu will be aHri(btiMt weak. Xb" wthrtill continue fine aim ut i:l -..;.. V bare lienr....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 February 1874

GEXEKAL BBEVITIES. A Xkw Orleans j:irt boasts that that city can produce to the Minare yanl more yoim moii wlio part their liair in the liiid' lie, wear canes and daily air tliemel ves ill front of oar-rooms tlian nio-t cities ol its rize. The wife of Captain Tripp, of IVoria, presented lier Ingham, recently, with a trio of girl.". It is eminently the ironer tiling for Mrs. Tripp to produce triplets . !!-, ,.,.,., litd tikr Mr I mm It N a curious fact that tlie seven :t-tc- roiti-i ui-coveml during the pa-tye:ir were one h i- taken them. Tlie Po-tma-ter-all lir.-t seen in Aiiirica,and to hiiroix-an lienenil ha- i--m,l instruction to willi- i-oneineemlitol beiti the lir-tlo delect tne W:ven cornels winch have made tlicir apjHsiraiicc ilurimr the same iicriod. A I'AVm was n-ccntlv read It, fori: flu: French Acnlemv extolfinz the. virtue"! buttermilk. It claims for this article a '"''' "' wrested lor making improper n-e good -hare of the acid which deMrov- the 1 ot the mail. In MipiKte...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 February 1874

ftc. -Senator ait FA PLAY. ,5 rcsu-iiti' j-vaiy TiicasDAY r.r g, HElftfr SMITH, Proprietor, v, offici: on- ::AUi.r.-i ::, South Sid" '" I'nbHu Sctu.-tre. TEEMS 07 SU3SC3irriOK: rt-Ca'intrsmnoI aj.j.ly to the city of Ste SATES OF ADVESTISI5B : Oneo,nr, i-tT-ort. one Insertion.. $!. .'0 . 6.t0 . SS.iO . S3.W . IiW.li) fcai'U pUKse-H-eni inKimtii n...,r,... etrti-. . men nuu-e per v ear.. One-murter folumn. one year One-Iulf column, one. car Oac column, on year Ttuplayed aJTertlsoaicati cUars-eJ t-y tfcc inci. J3"AU transient a.lTertisics .-: N'l'aMfor inaUaocc. S3-Yearly advertisements jiayable quarterly in advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE. 310.. TIIUKSDAY, FEBRCAHY I, 1874. NO. :jt. SHERIFF TllOHSi:. iir J. r TiiowinannE. ,! .huiiM lie f !" rilT, an-I kit the jail, thai .("! r'tattlyoM Ml jw. mre Min?aT..- tie- yai.l..!.oiiM ! Vpraonfr-w.Il. 'lis a curious tale, Jsl ,m you'll agree. r,riMiwm. we've lie lie re onec lief o...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 February 1874

THURSDAY". YY.B. l!t. 174 Prcttj Hard on llarrj. We copy the following from the correspondence, of the Missouri JJtmocrat : Tn tht E.iii.ir of the Dcmacrat: Tua following tnim tti L'ish B'jok: "Foe. L'gitlnturrt U certain to make a Uisas in the prrtfiit moJa of selcviing at-tarn-.,, a il i a central Complaint trom all I .uu uf llie fit.it lliat tin: present sstui of Cuunty Attorneys h iKit. iicd upon nenily ivrv county some inetii;i'iit, because tilt' pj ii nut sufficient to tempt a good lawjer from hi ircticj. In this connection il h my pi !ur to write you that Hurry r-haw. ?.thwI- e.lilnr of the Karmin"ti Aract. hat biea appointed by Governor Wmi1ii. a- r.-cu.nij; .tlimu-y lor ftte. O.-ue ifVK so uiity, Tho appointment attained hi h n-uor Kjiiar. Mrr Shaw U une. of vli- men wlio. torn day. will nutnire the 01J rilalc ul Mist-uri. First en editor, thon a Im.tjci ! Certain uf su.ce.iS : '1 ho "udtlor" iclcired to in the fomroing was no editor at all, but a puberuleut. "six mumU" ama...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 February 1874

gflESM SMITH, Proprietor. . j.. hut otiite -warm. fi00 !. :Li'th chiMn-n-. party last. M t.n that there certainly could" not U'Pv mT more children scried . JwC in .bhUv, with the except,, n T-oijht. however Kt J"ur ' Id I a without half try in;;.. .The ISm. wwjU.il P"ib,"to Tllrea .rj-'J tb-......lTes, n,i- ' we are ItL tbr wc. dcd admirably Mr. Jkw.1. M usual. Ji ,,. ... see tt.HitiWjwM"",B,od,'l,t 4 ntv U u" P1"'8 to 'l""1' l,T"l,"-'p. J lb. old folk". c ta.Wi.'Svry near somebody , will. eyr r.v "lontM dancers ear. f.eutive to smart a.r.ns. who .re ti to tbto.W lk" PP'- t, ok ih. trouW. U) wk around like a thief last ,i-M.ni cut lha brilies. steal H. wsgon hammer., 4c . from the temis f Jlr Biary and others who attended the i.. -n.n. We will inf-rni those youtiK d such amusement rll r an npw' iMiam. Prettjr stroti:; evidence c:ci be ob ttined U to who they are. to-day tli.t the editor of the Bu k" tokn t-o bi "bunum h luvin" wife'' neatly. TaU account for that paper's fcHinj to er...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 February 1874

GEXEUAL BREVITIES. Hints alHtnt Kami Works IIair-clttinc i- our dollar in rn-.-cott, On our own farm the most inmortaiit la Arizona, !y ik-enil harU-rs. The -p-' horofthc winter i-fcctliu;,' "stock ami 111.1k aclies char-re nothing, anil make a clean Itifj manure elir- Good manure cm only Ik; mailt- from If. II. Srorr iaiil an -r measuring 'Ij rnxl food. Tin' moiv nitro-n the fund lv "J indies 011 thu table of the local of J contain- the richer ami iiion: valuable will tiie KiirIiiiton llaiel.-Eyc. Scott is Ioinr . be the manure. a well :t? could be exiiected. Oil-cake, either from in-,cd oreotton- A phi.ioxki: in a etly court was :i-kcd .-ccd. makes the richest manure. Malt by Hie .Jwhre if he hal any conn-el. combs. U-ms. anil m-a come next, anil are 1 c-, lie ,-aiu. 1 ll.m eiiani ;ui um halil-hi-aili'd f-llow to tlcfcuil me. hut I lon't we him 'round, and I rather "lie iie" out lor a drink."' 'I'm: wonl s-tatioiiiTV.' the delinition of which has puz.Ii-d lei-I.-ituivi and oth-( 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. — 26 February 1874

jft 6ffricw uiv glint. FAI PLAY. If IS rCUUS" EVIUY TUU115UAI Hi 1 S. HENKY, SMITH, Proprietor. W ' ornci: on j:akki:i- .-n:ia:T. .gonth Siil or Public S.iuaro. TEBHS or S -JBSCEIPTIOX : WaabrJUSitocotawilr to eityol Stc RATES OF ADTXanSMQ : One square, sixty words, one Insertion.. . t.CO Each Mibseiiuent" insertion .Q lliumes cards, ? inch space eerjear .. to.OO ir.e.nuartcr column, one j car ... SS.w Ouc-luir column, one year ,'"i One column, one year rW.OO Ptl'layeJ advertisements charred,by the Inch. E3-AU transient advortlsini: mitt be paid for in advance. tj- Yearly advertisements parable quarterly m advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. TIllTiSDAY. FEBRUARY 2(5. 1ST!. NO. :.8. IX SILK ATTIRE. EV rtOOENCE PEltCY. These art my lady's parlors - Theie .Una. delishtlul rooms, fioreeou wilh U-I'f'l -llccdors - Aadeert. arti-tic (-looms. . m wilh h-rmonioii-t colors f plcasnnl illi land lKTtiiim-s. 1 The artfiins arc ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 February 1874

cm m mil - 'JBwawswswajsssssssnt' TflCKSDAY. FEB -J;. I&74 From Jefferson til). JirrntsojtCiLY, Fe!. H, 1S74. i'Ji'for Fair Pay: Tin uook n th-j leuislaturo closed tooling nj quite an unusual amount of ititere-i-injr matter, each day bringing fourdi something new, with tho volume t buainesa seemingly on tha int-miao uh it upproachus the time for adjourn merit. A desire for normal bchooU seems to have taken missi'muiii ol the minds of some ol the members, judging from tho nntnbiir ol tiilln in tro'Iuced for this purjioso within tho last few days. An upj-ropriatioti is asked for ono, to bo established in Nodaway county, to be known as the Northwest Normal School. War rcn county asks for ono in tho north raft, while the Southeast carnm for ward and asks for another ono to Ik located at Arcadia, in Iron county, rd a hill wan introduced asking for tho establishment of one in .Soul! Central JiisMOuri. A one ol itii su bills have yot passed either IIouho but havo many warm triends in b...

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