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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 February 1874

Proprietor. FEB. ifi 1S71 mt gorfert mars THURSDAY. Oudvand gl -o'ny this morniriK. and BacHed!v unple-Msntatid cbilly '"1- KotbinR new of importune tas-d.ay. Tiii ,3ire in such a but condition that no , esc ettat to town. FRIDAY. Still cloudy "id tfojrny. Altrad Sherlock brought to town t4ytobe tried f-r cutting IMcomune. Jit cat was put off until to-morrow morn kg at nint o'clock, in order to sccuro more witnesses. It bu reined nearly nil day. and our a&eeta ara like small rin. Mr. Frteraan, life insurance airenl, cdMoatuto-iUv. Waj areiifled with a Tith" by bim- We fi" 1 bxm lo lH! cry p,le geaUemaa-for a life insurance SATURDAY. Still raining this moraine and tlie Ottlt an. booming. We are bavins a fin cpiwrtunilj to -'" cisterns lull of win-terrain- The trial or Alfred Sherlock for tt.o cutting of Delrumrouno was commented thil morning Q-"te number f vUu-s- wireubpEi.ael, and 'lie can- iiee-s-arii progreivd s'.owiy. aie-'srs. n-wr Sbw wi the attorneys for the Slate, and udg...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 February 1874

in i GENERAL BREVITIES. A Cixcixxati billiard player was lately arretted for pocketing the balls. As unmarried man died recently near Boston, aged 80 years, a graduate of Har vard, will? the degree of "A. B." He was a bachelor by diploma, a bachelor by cel ibacy, and Bachelor by name. Grim Death atone ieii swoop sweinuii n A "Dkai Beats' Dikectouy" lias been ! printed anonymously in Chicago. It is intended for the use of boarding-houM; keepers, grocers, butchers, etc., and con tains the names or a thousand men who habitually neglect paying their bill", lhe list includes lawyers, actor.., minsters, al dennen, and ollieials, and is to be revised monthly. Mothers-in-law Vindicated. A re port comes from the West that iiiothers-lu-laware on a strike, lieing no longer content to patch pants, black boots, and ix-rforiii the dailv dnid-rerv nert-iiiiiusr to a household, and R-ceive as an equivalent only sneers and jeers from tne head oi me Ctmily who-e interesLs die is serving m faithtully....

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 March 1874

tt. tnciicif ;tit Jlatj. jj I'lULI-HK" EVMIY 1IILI1-BAV T.V S, HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. office .ov -'iai.kii .-:i:i:Kr. South Sitle f Public Siu:tn. TEBXS 0? STT3CaiPnO: iBWUMj'Ina'lraBfc. OMCuy. one Jt-.tr .sn ClulK.t I' n I 1 'f l-..rt Jjul) f twenty tc. Sjaie IW-ulLcc 2 .. i r-Clu:;i-3iIonotM'i,IJ' liv cUyol Ste GoiiVkie. tf. Dtowrim afr flag. FATE PLAY. SATIS OF ADYZXTKOrO : On ro, sixty wonta . one Insertion. . . tl.00 Each NibMqtunl iaMrtlon .JO liusinrss card. . Intli rpcv jwjfa... 6.00 One-qiitrr column, one year. SS.tM One-luir column, one yrar. SS.00 On column, one year 100..W Di'rUTcd klmtistments chirjrcvl by the Inch. X"r"" All transient aarertUing must be rM for in advance. Yearly atlTtrtiscmeaU payable quarterly In advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by Rone. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, MARCH f, 1874. NO. :w. SPIXXIXG. LlKt a blind sjtinurr in the tun 1 tread mv i lay a; I know that all llie thread will run AiiiiointMl way; I kn...

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 March 1874

Wi9 IP5?- TUUK3DAY, MARCH 5, 1874. Hob. H. G. Madison introduced a bill in the Ilouso on Tuesday last for the suppression of voluntary drunkencss, making it a misdemean or, end subject to indictment. Such a law, if it wcro carried out to the letter, would probably result in much good. We do not believe that it is possible to legislate a man out of drinking liquor entirely, but it iapos aible that bo can be regulated to a certaiu extent; aud were there less draakenesa there would be less crimes committed. Likely, however, the ladies are the best regulators in this rerpect judging from thoir ol forts in Illinois, Ohio and other States. To the Famers of Southeast Mlssrarl. The Farmers' Convention to bo Leld at Da Soto, Jefferson county, Ho., on Friday and Saturday, March Cth and 7tb, promises to be a gather ing tbat cannot otherwiao but result in great good to tho agricultural in tercst of tbe county, and especial ly to those interested, as questions of vital importance to every farmer...

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 March 1874

jgSBY SMITH, Proprietor. thtjbsdat. Weather cloudy and cold, im. Bantr. Mrs. Yion'i mother, was juried to-day- Weather somewhat moderated this arming. d a l'Rht disposition on the -art of the sua to shine. FRIDAY. Gear and quit pleasant this morninir. One of Mr. Douglas sons was riding a a to day. and the horse reared up and ftllbacVwwds with bim. The boy had hi Kileipr'n.butnot,,'rious1-'- A skiff wM to'"1 Mom Cliarli-s Jokent last night ly somebody. This morning Charley and Mr. George Numae -tgrUd in pursuit down the river. At St. Vsrytkey l"dJ and stopped tor dinner. When tbey returned to the river to continue tlrir pursuit down the river, they f.-und the skiff at the landing. One of them re gained t the shore and tho other one started up in town to see if ho could Cud 0Bt who came in tho skiff. Ju.t as be started two men were seen coming toward :be skiff, n4 'uca tho men nolice(1 tl'wt ttm one was near it. one of them started to run. Mr. Nauman started in pursuit of the osa'that...

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 March 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Ax English gentleman Las trained a hog for hunting purposes. It costs a proper young man $o0 to go to a fashionable ball in Xevv York. A colored man living near Huntington, Teim.. claims parentage to sixty-live children. It has been ascertained that the buzz saws of this country rip up 150 persons annually. Astronomers say that their science can Ik; practically studied under our clear at- mo-pnerc ueucr auvanmge iium uum . dm activity with a great vanetv 01 pne the obsenatories of middle Eurojtc. noineiia. 'The brain iUelf njay act upon A cakiuer-iigeo.v arrived in Bridgeport, 1 itself in this wav. Many parts of the in-rv- Coun., recently from a steamer off Caiie. , llatteras, wmcn nan a party ol iiriugcport people on board bound lor r lorn la. Each Chinese family in California must luve an idol to worship, and where they can't get a regular one they worship the tea-ke tile, spMcr, or Hie leg ol a PeUsleun. China is offered an outlet for its surplus population, an...

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 March 1874

FATE ,s rCBtlSBE" EVEUT TUCRf DAT T.T g, HENEY SMITH, Proprietor, orrice o.v .mahket sikekt, South Si-1 of Public Siu:u-o. IEEKS OF SUBSCRIPTION: SATXt OF AOTZKTUnrs : One square, sixty wont, one in.rrtion. . . Each uhsr.iuent inrtion Ihuinr&s cants. inch spaoo per year .. thie-sioarter column, one year One-half column, one year One column, onojmr. . too .:o s.oa Si.ai iw.ua PUplaye.. advertise ments charged by the inch. JAH iran.sieut advertising mu-t bvpaivlfor in advance. EJ Yearly adTertlscnxnU payable quarterly in advance. 1 so 1 -.: Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. ollice 2 0 -..Qal, rates do not Mpply to the cityot Stc VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY. MARCH 12, 1874. NO. 10. TOO LATE. toe wind i ravine. thenight is chill, Drearily drjthe win: Vet sit alone i' ,h" winilow-eia Mr face on the frozen pane, I dream of the days that wi re nnct- so glad bars Ut are now- to M.rry and sad And wUh forihcmliack lu vain. . f T-ra under throe claw...

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 March 1874

T 1 s t i; 1 il 1 tij to v it tot PC to Wll 4 '.eru. r .-sC "IIIL'RSUAT. MARCH 12. 1374. The Sterner "Ste. HencTleve." Thin new and beautiful tttcamcr jiaiieJ our city last Saturday on tier lirst trip down the river. She it ilenignatcd by llioae who have acen tier at tha "Boauty of the waters." We are authorized by Cupt. (iEoroe FiCKr to state that he will be up on her roturn trip to-daj- (Tlium ly) early in the evening, and bo at our landing during the night. Ttij jirettontiitioii of the Aug do nated by the cilizona of thin place will take place, with appiopriitte ipeeches, Ac, after which there will bo plntv to eat and "refresh tho in ner man" with. Good music will be in attondance, and those who feci no disposed can engagoin the whirl and tuace of the "light fantastic" The citisens are all invited to at tend, especially those who eontrib uUd to tho purchase of bar colors. The Ste. Genevieve b'S-H band are preparing themselves to as 1st in making the affair as pleasant as possible...

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 March 1874

J fpim SMITH, Proprietor, MABCII 12 1874. B"wHiiuNes. fb vreAther fU wek has been gner-,U,qaUplent- V lost our "P.toket Diary" thii week, which accounts fur the filure ! its ap pearance. Xr. John J- Bttdkin hm moved to town to lit. Be occupies U'e huusc f""erlv iCCBpkdbrM.'-Z;'Kl"- Stephen J- Mont? mery. of 'ircle tfll. wiU p!MLHf CC'pl Ur """,'S jar lite Tsxas Pl - 4n adjourned term of the i-ounty court si held tbi wk 'i,,, D'Jl on tnw tttMinfof thebriJire otit the Saline cr. ek Dr.C. F.Cw ,efl f,'r Sl- I"1' jt 'Wedneidsy. He intends before re j,,,, to visit the capital at Jener-on. City, tod take a peep at the law makers. We nndentand that new paper will oantak W ppe" in Peri yv ill. j H gobuMon is talked of as iU idilor. Mr. Albert hm been making some re- painoa tha Court Iloute roof this week. Ha alio POt ffte in the fence at the soutli- aut comar of the Court lljuia An error occurred Iat week in the ilM in rrfrd t the money .ubrribcd to norchut the colors for the steam -r St . ...

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 March 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Fashionable belles in Xew York wear a bud on their left shoulder. obody dares to knock it off. Tub Brooklyn Argus says there is a woman in that city who refuses to listen to idle tales. She is deaf". A highway robber captured in Maine the other day proved to lie a graduate from Harvard, but after all bis education was a help to hiiu, tu he pleaded his own case and got off with three months in jail. Two thousand dollars is a pretty high price to pay for a single rooster. That is what Mr. Davis, of Portland, lias just giv en to Ira Batcheldcr for a black Spanish cock, considered the best game bird in the country. Some animals frogs, for instance may 1m fro7.cn stiff, aud still retain vitality. In tliat condition respiration seems to be sus pended, and the animal may be placed with impunity in irrcspirablc ga-cs. When a colored man sits down on the civil-rights bill and seat at "de fust bi ble" on the I-ike Michigan steamers, they nave a neat wav ot hcadiinr on Ins e...

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 March 1874

(Var FAIR aircsusntt. svjnr Thursday by gHENBl SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE OS SUKKErsrKKKT, JEBX3 OF SUBSCBIFTION: lunrUWyinalrancc. , ... .j. : c XiXM W ABTUUH1S : - One tqnw. ixtr Wi. OM lrrtU). .. ai.OS Earb eubrqnfnt uurrtiou . Boners canto, Inch p-ee pryrw. .. .0 One-qaarttr culumn. one jtt. 3J.JS Onc-hir column, one yar. Onecoluma, on year wo.w DUpUjrJ atlratiaeacaU chargtil by the tees. J3-A11 irmilent ajTrrtUing moat bepsktfor in advance. rJ-Yrirly adv-crtbeaKnU payable quarterly In advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1874. NO. 41. jerieve. s I - 1 I 1 THE OUOST TJTA T JIM SA IK. (KANSAS rACinUKAILWAY-lSS.) BT III1KT IUHIE. Whr WW that," 8JiJ the iiKinrr, Ghssb ain't tbinps we ate apt to f.ar; Jjrfi, don't fool Willi l. er much. 5dhrottIf-Talvw tlon't take to Mich; And as for Jim What liapix-nMl to mm WaW-baU tact and t'other half whim. BnnnlngMie nifbt on the line. I AbotlwS-as i).in a thi...

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 March 1874

i mix? MARCH lit. lCi. Flac Ffm.ttilen to' tfce Men phis ail St. Loiis Packet Coapaiy'it New Slen Beat Sle- GeaeTieve- Thursday evening, the 12th of Slunli, wii! be bang a3 pleasantly ras&eia.t?ad 5sy the citizen cl te. fjaueviavw, it ieirr; Ihe interesti'-.g session of the premnlatinn of n.-ig by Ui people of tbi city to tn eieniuUvat Stft. Genevieve, in emsid eraluu of lira compliment received .from be Jlemphis and St L .ni F&cket Company in naming this new cearaeraftcr ourold chy. Acerdin- to arrangements previously i,-iaio, the beautiful steamer reached nui landing, on her ivy up frotr, Mom pblf, ut about Bov en o'clock F. M., a hen a large company t ladies ami gactlemon were awaiting b,er arrival A soon as tbo steamer was fairly lauded anJ tbo atages placed in ul- poaitjon, ail went on board where Captuin Tickers, the urbane com dander, and Mr. JIull, tjie uflublo And gentlemanly clerk, wiih the oil er courteous officers of the steamer, were ready to receive their weluo...

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 March 1874

S3 i war SaTO rraarlWar. jUBSPAYT WniTLINCS. jkdsotiw of "For Sale" h: another column. Then1, ha been Calling slightly for jn past few The City Board met on Monday night int. No buslneu of importance wis trans acted. Tb (Tiling of the side-walk in front of tfca Catholic church property is under way. .jood iide-walkis badly needed at that point. Our city street Inspector deservce credit for hii punctuality in having the iggU cleaned at soon as practicable when muddy Tbt weather -eontmaw warm although .little damp. nd gardening is procre-sing finely. Our streets begin to look almost deserted, which is one evidence lhtit the ftriners are preparing for their spring work. Jfice rain on Tuesday night. Next day jnoattoo warm to be couifortablo A few such days and our forests will begin to don ibeirBumrter appearance. Th frogs also begin to feel gay. On Wednesday morning atdaylif ht they gave a beautlf'il serenade to these living in the vicinity of the creek. A wod-shed or some other kind o...

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 March 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. This Ls one ofLordLytton's many bnbt sayui$s in u The- Parisians " : " 'Society, my friend, is a wall of very strong mason ry, as it now stands ; it may be snapped in the course of a thousand ycars,but stormed in a day no! You dash your head against ityou scatter your brains, and you dis lodge a stone. Society smiles in scorn, cflaccs the stain, and replaces tlie stone. I no longer war against society. I do war against a system in that society which is hostile to inc.' " In an article on Dentistry," the Satur naytUtitw drops into fccience, and savs : lo any one who is anxious to prove 'material civilization ' a mistake, the in quiry may be suggested, What effect lias the invenUou of knives and forks lad upon Uie teeth of those nations that have conde scended to ailopt tlie use ofthem ? For Uicsc lKTHicious utensils plainly render good . teeth less a necessary of life than they were before, so that eople with bad teeth now survive, transmit their .1. mmtriffk it-it...

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 March 1874

FA I R PLAY. i is rCBUfIlt.il EVEin'TIICRSDAT BT S, HENET SMITH, Proprietor. sim or ABfuuuie : One iurr, lxtr -rort. oac insrrtloa. . . tl.w Each Mitecqamt iaarrticn -- OFFICE OX MAUKEr SiUEET, ' South Side of Pulilio Square. Ont-quttr rotama. one jrvar "g-JJ One-half column, one year .""S One column, oaeyMr. lw.0t IEEMS OF SUBSCEIPriOH: DUplajrJ adrtrUarmrate charged by the inch. EJTAU tnruicnt nlwrtUinj must be paid foe is advance. "C"T Yearly advertisements TatiIe qiniftf in advance. InwUMy in a'lvancc. f. .it- nn vsur ...1.S0 Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by Hone. dob of im tus'inu- rist-nlw IJ.51 Jjab of twtnly to sjiiio l'ost-ollice 2(.u f it"n ti bjiik' rCln'u rates do not apply to the e'.ly ot Ste GcscTieve. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, MARCII 20,-1874. NO. 42. PARSON LEE. To a drowsy country village Came certain l'areon Iav, And a man to quaintly different From all oth-r mrn was he That the 'Sfiuire himself, lite sceptic, Came to church t...

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 March 1874

9 TBCESDAT. - - MARCH 24, 1874. The Ironton Register, with reck )iiM disregard Tor veracity, intimate , ibsltue new paper, iiililMiied in Per ry! ills, '-Tho Peoples Forum." is designated to boo-t Mr. Roltinson iota tbo Judgeship of thin circuit : A UhI if it does? Can the Register tuggeat any better man instead ? Because Mr, Robinson lias nt been fifty yean convincing tbe world that 4i is an able man, and bccnuiMtlie ha ia"s very bort time, and in prac tical forensic conical with miiio of tLo test lawyers of tbe elate, hIiowii local that hi i a lawyer und quali licd to fill a position in tbe world, uaalliing Ltgbsr than a splenetic editor of a country news-papor, ii that any reason that he is not com intent to kit oa the bench in this circuit? The whipping in business, will no longer suit tbe spirit of the 'age. Here part M'i qualifications will no longer eutbee to .set-ore olfioe these days. Pitiful tale" of past sufferings lor tbe party will no longer win the ssifrsgss of the mls...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 March 1874

g, IlUlY SMITH. Proprietor. CKUBSDAY, - MAKCU 26. 1874. . W111TUX-3. HextbunOay falm Sunday. Our farmer are now preparing for tba of the comlug aason. Oo tee the Pretty CALICOES an.i GIKOHAIIS at Jobn I UuverieY Kr. Cole has had a sign painted over lb doow of his grocery mure, on Main Met Wheat at the Cone .Mills bat declined (r cants par pustiel, andilour tifty centa pi barrel. Th Freemasons of Farming ton are llllillj ""r preparation for tuo ceie bralitaofUie -1th of June at. John's Fifty ton of iron ore was shipped by v. il.iiTuni Mining Couiuain uu TuurMJ Jut, Irooi Mad uou county to tlielrou aud Steal Ompauy ol Iroutuu, Uuio. The Farmer of tin couuty report bat in tlie field a looking .Xceilrul ut aim a lull karvrsl iiio t'ruil alto look line aui u is booed win taarluUcrp. A larjta itockof DHT GOODS, MB- gONS, and FANCY UOUDs ju.t recuveU by" JobaL. tfoveric. last week wme bois ol lUi tuwu mtit (ibeaulilui Salamander iu the mer KMT town, ilie aainial i a curioo i- aaa. Itcanbee...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 March 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES A ux will die for want of air in five minutes, for want of sleep in ten days, for want 01 water lu a wees, ior warn oi ioou at varying intervals, depending on consti tution, habits of life, ami the circumstan ces of the occasion. Trus business of liquor-selling is uncer tain in Vermont. State constables are at anv time liable to conliscate the stock, and consequently very small quantities are usu ally kept on hand, l'utland, however, lias been so long tree lrom interference that when a raid was latelv made the dealer were badly cau"ht. Two wholesalers los SIO.UOO each, and the hotels from SI, 000 to We find the following touching vcre in the ualtimorc American : Hie train that brought his wife came down And then went sweeping on. But, woe to bim, his wife hail brought His mother-in-law along. He lived, lor life may Weill- borne Kre sorrow break its chain. Ilut, this last streak jost settled him He never smiled again . Boston raises extraordinary infants. . lour-yea...

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

13 rUBUclIEI KVKKV T1ICK.-PAT KX S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE OS JIAISKKr stllKKT, South. SiUo oT Public Siu:ii-u. TEBKS OF SUBSCEIPTIOH: Inrarlalilr In advance. Oneo'vy, one yean . $1.30 Club or Icn i-ismus i-si-iinivj. till ot twt-iiiy lo &i!tiu i'uAionicv 2... 0 U-CInbwtcsrlo'nntiiiijilj-'to the cityol Ste GencVicVe. t To-morrow is an island far away, Waoae looming trniIora In ixxajx-ctivr rise, To lore iu with Us mirror-vh-wg lijr day, And beacon Iichta wlown the aunsrt kii-.i; Itttkrsunto itMfir Mich myrtle shapes. And baa ki many fair .li-wiiiM-a worn. So womlr that suspicions Nature ilraM Its haughty 'prtsence as "the dread tin Jmown' rhVre are who so delhrht in wilro of chance, Tbe madly throw away all resent good. The glow of their ambition to enhance In toe rode contest with vicissitude. The Mad illusion Roads them on apare To wrret the wei tn s nut of each to-day. And Tenure all in aoiue llrrcnlean race. Where life la in rninsal thrown away. To-morrow is the ofl...

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

1: awear?' Ibbbbw- THCKSOAY. - - APRIL-'. l.t j This Legislature adjourned sine die on tin? SOlli iiit. Wo are under obligations to Sena tor JloEier, Representative Madison i:id "Alternate" Price for valuable avors. flTe arc in receipt of Hon. L V. Body's speech on finance, delivered in the United State senate, for which Senator Bogy will accept our thanks. The Farinington Times and JSrw Era, The Potosi Independent. Fred ericktwn B-e, Pcrrvvi'l People's Forum, De Soto Trihunf and the K.ua PfjAY are in fafnr o( Martin L. ('lardy for Congress. Tho remains of Judge Lewis Dent, Mr. Grant's brother, were interred in Belfontaine pcmeterv, St Louis, on t!io 20th. The funeral cortege ftarted from the residence of (.'ol. John ( l)n No. 3107 V ' ington avonoo. and was followed by a largo cotieritirMt "of ! la ves and friends. Kcv Edward ffoan ofTrin ty (Episcopal) church condic-ied the funeral services. Hoard's Revenue Bill, which paw ed tho House of Representative!", somo time ago, ban been ...

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