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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 April 1874

ai. -SMltl, Proprietor. fiwpattbe Union Hotel, the ""tap ped house to tho city, osee th Prefy CALICO .l SWtiff Uuck w the. fortunate man JJIr. Bnliner fine writine desk. the re last Sunday. 7. Fred's " no,l"'r c",u"" ton Wll,,r .Ilasdst Union BoteL ..orthwest -rfTbiia and Merchant streets, -pp. -site 1 Emm. C. Elliot, due here bit Srt.rf.yn5Rht.did not arrive until Mon- Wow St. Louis. TbeSl . Joepb ut bcr freight and passengers down. V, Charles Patterson and Miss Mary .).:. filv Wednen- ,f were marrrc-i --- "L. .i SSthinst.. " . . - ar . at...!. Thy will mid is Lamar, tr, t Sunday. P-'m Sunday was appo ly celebrated at the Catholic church . J . : MrmaniM The ,1 ceremonies of UffaNturi distribu te branches of H pw"1 th' ,orT,c ofjisss. yny does it happen that mi1 matter ns direct route is detaycn iwht-t v. .1 a time! Somebody's pic-n k,l ate ep lrir 'P,-cl" "f .nler. Wo mm-irtriwrimi P'"'l, r to caff''' in f"rflpe ,r" P' P'r to iU subscribers and av all paries much annoyance. !! John...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 April 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. A Xew York iwpcr cliates that certain Amc riean sculptors, whose names are ;iv en, are iu the habit of getting Italian art ists to make statuary and then selling them as original to Americans. East-Icx nailers liave some way received the impression Uiat the hotel rates at Sar atoga will lie considerably reduced this summer. This bit of news will carry joy to the hearts of everv poor family in the West. 'I'icOFKSsoit," said a student iu pur suit of knowledge concerning animals, "why does a cat, while eating, turn her In f first one way and then another?'1 "For the rea-oii,"'"rciliel the 1'rofes-or, that she cannot turn it lioth ways at once." Tiik girls liclongiugtooncof theschools iu I'itUburg were recently out for a walk, two and two. As thev approach' d a street where saloons :ilioiiiit a Midden feu tie joie was executed, by the suildcu elaiping of the MiitlowJiiittcrs iu the vicinity, lliey werc taken for woman's temperance move ments : Tin: influence ol forest...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 April 1874

tr. 6rnmrrc g aiv glatj. IS rCBLIMIEl EVRV TIlCKs!AY !1V S. HENEY SMITE, Proprietor. OFFICE OX MARKET SinKKT, Son til Silo of Publio f5ii.-ti-o. TEEMS OF EVBSCBIFTION: Invariably in advance. One ciy. one 3 ear $1 .50 -Club of If 'i l' same I'tfel-itHjct l;..1i Clu!) of tr.-enty to same I'uat-otlicc 2 .hi FAIE PLAY BUB OF ABVttUlIfe : One sonare. sixty wonti, one insertion... M.ro Karii ubanoenl insertion -0 lliuinrss cud. inch space per year... 6.0O One-qoanr column. one year. 5J.J One-half column, one year ,55'K One column, one year. 1W.P9 PUpUyed adTrrtisentmts charged by the Inch. J-J- All transient adurlislnR must Vr pM for in advance. !3Tearly adTertisenrnts payable quarterly in atlTanoe. Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by Hone. UCIui rates do not apply (ieueviere. to flic cllv ot Ste VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, APRIL .). 1874. NO. 44. LOVE, Love is not made of kisses, or of sighs. Of clincing hands, or of th-isorcerits And subtle witchcrafts ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 April 1874

THUIWDAV, - APRIL 0.1R7I. " y tLA way, has oar Itivcr Itoulo lUilvvay like tho fistic gladiator gone "to gyaa-V Of will tbo llannibal and SU Joo Company begin "right off," ,Mw that they havo bocn granted cn oxlciiston on their bonds ? Do an bf our cilizons remember tho story of "Tho farmer and tho lark" and tho accompanying moral inculcating of holi) yourself and (iod will help you. Lo ! these many years Sto. Gcneviovo has requested her neighbors, uncles and nephews lo assist in harvesting her grain, yet Uioy como not. Had wo not better ilo something ourselves novy? From tbo Bee we leant that quilo a number aro or will bo in tho "lentod field" as candidates for tbo judgeship of this circuit. Wo aro in clined to beiievo thai tiiero is a inis lako as to Homo of tho candidates mentioned by Mio lice; howovor, tho mora tbo merrier. In substance wo agrco Willi tbo Jiec ft3 re gards tho importance of tho portion and tho qualifications that should bo poHScasod by tho incumbent, but aro some...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 April 1874

tar carrt I -9 I " nreRY SMITH. PronrTelor. vm TIlUWIJAY AVP.IL '.. 1S7-I. . .. . i An ,l,:,. mnt Thn nuMisncriius "" -j account for any suon. - Sarnie. 1 Tha Mav term of tho Sic. Goncvicvo . :, ,,H.willbc'inon the fourth Mon- , ... AM;ni1 Tho s'.camer nus. utminw ...... w lmaj.ii i,m wav to St- Louis Sunday eveu- - . . I t about seven o cloCK 1. fli. I . ftuuinun" For thO lKt asworllirfilll Ol u,,u Shoe, au sizes ..u 1U.... ,.r nnr o'd citizens. F. A. Roy. Em cx mayor oftlio city ofSto. tScnc i. intends shortly to rcuioTo to St. V I """"l TImi Elliot took the boilers of llio old Mrdartand Feslncr saw mill, to St. Louis, Sunday evening, "liono wlicro tho woodbino twinoth." Mr. Joseph A. Xnist, our county as- tenor, will peiin.ipntly licalo in this cily. Ue has lot the bank muumR mid win ro- move lrulannlv to town durii.K tho present week. Aucuslustus Cuibord, Ksn., purelnised F. A. Soy's 'bus and liurscs at the sale last j. i 1...T.1 ii.n .:i. I inur3. " l ion. nvor llio ficrvvetrr....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 April 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Two younir ladies have been elected notaries-public by the Utali Legislature. One hundred and twenty men raiding in six counties in California own 3,140,000 ""ooN't crani the child at school it is li:ul for the brain; nor at the table it is bad for the stomach. I.v Cincinnati restaurants where pork is Uie favorite diet the cry of "MicroscoiKS for two ! " is heanl early and late. Two men at Mink Grove, Wright coun ty, la., split from the heart of a perfectly sound tree, nearly four feet in diameter, several feet from the ground, a pair of In dian moccasins in a good state of preserva tion. The Iowa Legislature lias enacted alaw against Ijaggage-sniashcrs. The penalty for rccklcsJy injuring baggage is a line of not less tlian sixty dollars, nor more than one hundred, and imprisonment not ex ceeding thirty days. Thk oldest stove, probably, in the United State is that which is still in use at the Capitol in Uichmond, Va. It was made in England in 1770, and was sixty y...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 April 1874

ff. gfrnmriY fair 2?lmj. IS 1TBU51IEU EVtltV THCR-DAY 1ST S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICII OX MAKKKr MKKET, Soutli Side of 1'ulilip Siuare. TEBKS 0? SUBECHIPTIOji:: lnTarlWy In blvar.ce. Oneci)'t "- Jcar 1.S0 dab of ten imiw IW-tU- li.5 Oab of twtnty tu zmuv I'u&t-oflicc -J .t 0 jj-CI nl rales do not ajijily to the citj-ol Ste Genevieve. jWr. ikimifrf fair gtaj. FAIE PLAY. katxs or ASTmmxo : One iqaare, tixty wonU, oae insertion. . 51.03 Kadi ub)Urnt insertion -0 llaaum. canb, inch (fi rynr... I'.iW Oae-qurtrr column, one j rar SS.iw Onr-bair column, one year J5.i One column, on year liW.OO DUplayed ktrtrtisements charjnl ly the inch. 0"A1I transient sulvertisinc mut W-r-aMfor in advauuv. K?" Yearly a.lvcrtisoiDonts payable quarterly in advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., THURSDAY, APRIL Hi, 1871. NO. 45. OLD AND BUND. BY 4. . IIOLUXn. Gallant (Jray-lieanl, can't ymi err You unomfcionalile li.it, you While you...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 April 1874

X, V 0 TTHUKS-.Y-, - APRIL 10, 1874. ocradc party, there arc in it many of the rule or rain trickster politician class, who only unito with a partj- to subjorvo solfish and merce nary ends, as ready to betray as to assist whenever tho one or the other eourso boeomos most profiUhlo to them. In tho wards where tho ag gregation of these bummon. was great est unworthy men wore nominated and beaten. Tho honest Democrats re pudiated tho action of the lower spheres and united with tho non partisans on men of merit. Lot all who desire tho purification and success of tho Democratio party henceforth put forward nono but men of natural worth, houest, capable, willing workers and sound Doino crats. Yoto for no ouo from per tt. y-v i .rt . . . - . jiome urange is me name oi soual or scltisli rnotivos. tiot no interesting monlnly poriod- consideration but qualification in begun by "'lho Home fluenco the couno of any true man in Prom a has- the future. Ba viilant. oouraeous ty glanco at its conten...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 April 1874

6 S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor THURSDAY, - - APRIL 10. 1874. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Twentieth Judicial Cirduit. Ste. CeaerleTe Cwntr Offlclal. Representative R. O. Madison. Circuit Clerk Joe Rauman. County " John I. Bogy Sheriff-Joseph Huck County Court Justices Miles A. Gilbeit, President, Ste. Mary: Herman Lillie, Sto. Genevieve; William U- Pinkston, Punjaub. Prosecuting Attorney II. S. Shaw. Treasurer F. J. Ziegler. Assessor Joscph A. Ernst. County Surveyor B C. Amorcau. Public Administrator S. A. Guignon. Times of Holding Circuit Court. First Mondays in May and November. Ste. Genevieve County Court meets on tbo third Mondays in January, April and July, and first Monday iu October. Jistlccs or the Peace Ste. fieie Ticvc County. Stb. Genevieve Towjtsnir. Simon A. Guignon, Justice. James J. Wilson, Constable. P, O. address, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Law day, third Saturday in each month. Officii in Court house. Felix llogenmillor, jiutico. constable. Address, Now Offcn burg, Mo. Law day Udico...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 April 1874

GENERAL BBETITIES. i , Ax Omali.i rfrl hitrotltieed a romantic mode of suicide. She stufli.il licr lover's letters down lier throat until she was suf focated. Austkama, whieh produces black swans, lias recently developed avast dejiostt oi white coal, which burns readily with bril liant llaiue. A Vikgixia railroad has been made to I iay Si for killing a rooster, and al oth er roosters in the State are crowing over the verdict. AT.a fashionable church ia New York the contribution plates are carried round by young ladies, to the great benefit of the lnsisury. FitoM I,.ri00 to 2,000 veliicles pass a given iiolnt on Itroadway, Xew York, in an hour, while in London the number through Cheap.-ide is only about 1,200 per nour. A Boston merchant who has a stron: apiietite lor liquor.sent for live teiiinerauct women to pray with him. They went, anil through their dibits, he say., he Is on the road 10 reformation. Boston has so much red tape in its poor-ollice that it hikes live davs to send jx...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 April 1874

f tr. 6crvtrvr mt ghg. FAIE PLAY IS TVZUiUKB XTEBT TIICBSDAT BT S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. XAXM 9T ABI-UHlIlVe : On square, sixty ironis, oa insertion. . . S1.00 Each sabscqnrmt bucnion :o Bosuks cards. V inch space per year... 6.09 One-quarter eotoasa, one year SS.tW Oor-half eotoasa, one year. 33.00 Om coluaa, oae year. 100.00 Displayed attrertistaents charged by tbe inch. d"All transient advertising most be paid for omcK ox makket stkeet, South Siil of Public Square, XZEXS OF BUB8CSIPTI0H: la variably in advance. One enpf . one year. . . . neb of ten to same Po ...tl.M Politically Independent Open to all Paxtlee-ConUolled by Mod. .. 11.5s ..2j.i0 Oat) of twenty to lame Post-office. . in advance. rf-Club rate do not apply to the cityot Ste QsncTiere. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1874. NO. 40. ty Yearly advertisements payable quarterly in advance. POETRY. TRY IT. HT ELLEN r. ALLERTOIC. Is it better never to hope, than to hope in Tain i, h.Hr not In strive, les...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 April 1874

jyv gyi'T . LLt't'tr XAL SL-sCiLXA.. THURSDAY. - AFBIL23, 1W4. Since tho back files of tlto Register aio destroyed wo will subside. Tho explanation of tho Bee is wonderfully lucid and perfectly sat isiaulorv. Tiie MassacbusQtts senatorial f quabblo has resulted in the election of William 1$. Washburn, U. S. Sen ator on the thirty-third ballot, by a vote of 151 out of 2C7. Tho Iron Mountain, Cairo, Arkan sas & Texas, and tho Cairo & Fulton (of Arkansas) railroads aro to bo consolidated into ono company. It is proposed to call tho new comiaD tho .St. Lous. Iron Mountain & Bouthern Hail way." Tho Iron Mountain Block, 510,000,000, will bo put in at 115, the Cairo & Aikansas connection stock, 810,000,000, at 00, And thero will bo 5,000.000 of tho consolidated road stock resorvod for future contingencio-t. The St. Louis, J ron Mountain & bouthern rumvav will have 086 miles of road. Wo havo received, with request to publish, a communication from ono of our valued corrcs...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 April 1874

S. HESRY SMITH, Proprietor. TBUBSDAY, - - APRIL 23. 1S74 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1 Don. Carl Scu'Z. I tit. Louis, Mc, I T.rim. Ml). U.S. Senators Fourth Congressional Dislric. Counties r Washington. St. Krancois, Me. Genc .ve Imn. MaJhon. Perrv. Capo Gi-irJo-S1w&. Whvg0. Reynolds. Carter, Butler. SltdJaiii, Scott, Mississippi, New Si&M, Dunklin, Peiuiscot, Binly, and HopRobcrt A. Hatchor, M. C, New MTn'ltuird Senatorial District-Counties Of Jefferson, Washington, St. Francois neve, Mo. Twentieth JiidiciHl Circuit Counties of Bollinger, Perry, Madison, Ste. Genevieve, and St? Francois. William Carter, Jud;.e, Faiminglon, Mo. TCKUS OK CoCBT. In Rolli.'S'r county, 2nd Mondays in Murcb and September. In Malison county, 4th Mondays in March "lii1erry coun'.y, 3d Mondays In April ad October. In Ste. Gencvicvo county, lit Mondays in May and November. -,, In St. Francois county, Sd Mondays in May and November. Ste. Genevieve County Ofilclals. Representative K. G. Madison. Circuit Clerk ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 April 1874

HOXE A5D FOREIGN GOSSIP. Ix Iowa It lias been proposed to remove cumins, painted gte HSESi. coucealmerit from the windows ot saloom. inakinjrtheni as public asdrj-goods stores The eursrwiis of Uie Confederate army and navy we to hold a Convention at At nta, G?,on May 20. for the purpose of embwlyink in Permanent form the impor tant medical and surgical facts brought out by their war experience. i cni.l Hint "tin- Eninrrsa of Gerraa- niy is one of the most simple dressed ol" women." and tliat "she drives out in a calico dress." So much for being known tn lini. iili-ntv of moner. It U the women who can't pav for line clothes that are coin nclled to wear them. CourUr-Journal. Lku.u. blunders are sometimes sad and cruel. In 1K5 one Samuel Ulm was sent to the Michigan Suite Prison on a life sen tence, having been convicted of murder. It lias just been discovered tliat he is inno cent. Itut,alas! he is seventy years old, aud woni with twenty years' weary im prisonment. The question, how m...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 April 1874

, a ...... 2U aaar 0ii hi i ii i i iiii r inu .-we s ej iJ" PLAY. w rrusno evzkt tucbsdav r BAXM AfUUIUI&: One square, sixty wotsto.oa insertion... tl.OO Ih subsequent insertion '0 Business urli, incti space per year. . . .00 One-quarter column, one year. 3S.i One-half column, one year. 5S.0O One column, on year. 100.00 TMaplared advertisements charged by the inoa. T0AU transient advertising must be paid for In advance. T" Tearly advertisements payable quarterly in advance. I HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE OX ilAKKET SII5EET, South Side of Public Siiuuro. TEBXS 07 SUBSCRIPTION: .variably In advance. One copy. " J""' 1.S0 cmb of ten rost-ofline li.Ss Quo of twenty to same Fosi-oflici: 1 .. u rtClub rates do not apply to the cityct Ste Politically Independent-Open to ail Faxtlea-COctrolled by Hone. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, 310., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1874. NO. 47. FAIR POETRY. THE LILAC CHAIX. AT JIAMAS IK5I GLHS. Oscx more the meadow cowsl'n blooms The brook-side with it cold Is 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. — 30 April 1874

U3 " 8, DEXRY SMITH, Proprietor. II. S. SUA W, JCdilor. APRIL 30. 1371 The Sto. Gonevicvo Fair Play, wo learn, is soon to chango hands. Ve liupa tho now firm will gat a now roller. Desoto Triluue. Whew did you learn all tliw, gen tlemen? Wc have not learned it y4U .advice about tho roller pretty good. Take some. is The Partington Times in a notice of our publisher's arrival at that place en route for Poii!arI$iu(F, pro pounds the query whether Iho ob ject of his business is to fool a now loca'.ion for tho excreta oi his pnna lislie nbililiea or connected with other business, and informs us that a new English paper is shortly to, be published hero. Wo will reply that his journey related to "other busi ness."' There may be suflicicnl op position brought to bear, at some fu ture period, against iho Fain Play to necesitato its suspension, but as wo came hore to stay it will require Fetnothing moro substantially holid than moro rumors to drive us out ui our present roost in tho Sto. Gonc...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 April 1874

1 3 . 5 Local Editor. iritSDAY, APRIL SO. 1S74. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. "J lion. Carl Scurz. St. Louis, Me. f Lewis V. Hojry, I St T.r.nij. Mo. u. s. Senators i . urth Congressional District Counties "Viahington. St. Francois, Sic. Genc ,. c. Iron, Madison. Terry, Cape Osnirde- ".oilingcr. Wayne, Reynolds Carter, iiU-l Stoddard, Scott, Mississippi, Jew Madud, Dunklin, Pemiscot, Biply, and Hon. Robert A. Hatcher, M. C cw 'rvventtbird Senatorial District Coun n,cf Jetferson, AVasbinglon, St. Francois !-lc. Ucncvievji. r r niuAi Rozier, fceimt.r, fate. Gcne vinvf, Mo- 'i'v.cnticth Judicial Circuit Counties of ISnllirger, Perry, Madison, Stc. Genevieve, and St? Francois: IViiliam Carter, Jude, Farmingt-w, Mo. Terms of Court. !.) iSollinser county, 'Jnd Moudacs ic M-.eh and September. ii Madison county, 4fh Mundays in March li.J September. l:i V crry county, 3d Mondays In April and October. . ,r 1 In Ste. Genevieve county, Itl Mondays in f:sv and November. In, St. Francois county, Cd Mondays...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 April 1874

HOME ASD FOREIGN GOSSIP. Thk Indians wuTcost $8,000,000 this year. A soldier of the war of 1812 died re cently in Harrison county, Ind and was buried in a coffin made from a tree he had himself planted. What's in a name? The town jail at Amity, Iowa, holds Uventy-efeht prison ers, while at Devil's Comers, Nevada, there is not a man under arrest. Michigan ought to be happy. A reso lution has been nassed by the Legislature that in view of the large balance in the State treasury, no tax cliall be levied for this year. Cremation, as a matter of economy; is entitled to consideration. An enterpris ing undertaker in Chieaeo having figured the expenses down, thinks he can cremate lor 52 a IieaU. Ax Ohio lady, describing the horrid par- anhcrnalia of a bar-room, said that " in the rear the soul destroying, awful game of laro was being play til uy a crowd oi mau- ucneu, excited men. lins game oi iaro is piayeu wun two sticKStour Dans, ami any number of pieces of chalk. The Postmaster-General ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 May 1874

i 5 Jf Jr m gtt Gknttitvt air gtoj. IS I'CBUSUCIl JCVIKV TIICCSOAY T 8. HENEY SMITfl, Proprietor. OFFICE ON' MARKET SIREET, South Siclu of Public Square. TERMS 0? SUBSCRIPTION: Invariably in advance. One copy, one year. $1.50 Club of len to same I'ost-oBlw 1.5 Cluu of twenty to same I'ost-office 2 J.I 0 EtClub rates do not apply to the city oi Ste. Genevieve. POETRY. HOMAGE. l:V WILLIAM WISTXB. I. White daUics on the meadow green Present thy beanteous form tome: Peaceful and joyful these are seen. And peace and Joy encompass thee. I watch them where they dance and shine And lore them for their beauty 'a thine. II. Bed roses o'er the woodland brook Beiuember me thy lovely face : So blush in and so fresh its look, So wild and sh Its radiast trace. I kiss them in their coy retreat. And think of lips more coy and sweet. Gold arrows of the merry mora Shot swiftly over eastern seas. Gold tassels of the bending eorn That ripple in the Aurnal breeze. Thy wildcHog smile, thy f lojloua h'r. A...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 May 1874

mm I SI ' ;aaBMa torn f-idr HUSKY SMITH, Proprietor. A. A. Slf.l B", ilL'iAY, Editor. MAY 7, 1S7I. Virgil Conway lias assumed cd iioiiil conlrul of ibo l'arminglcn ac Era awi will henceforth devote hi-. en to-tlio columns ot't!:il -ntiu-ewi-sc handsome little journal. 1 7 congratulate the New Era upon ; i is wise selection of its chief man :s zr. M.ulin h. Clanjy, chairman c,f i !-o Democratic Central Committee ' f St. Francois count-, has issued a fill for a meeting to tako measuros for more thoroughly organizing the pari- in that comity. $t mihl be .if, in view of the conflicting inter cuts likely to j-ir our councils, for vHiielliinjj bimilar to be inaugurated r. this county. . li tliore is anything that fit? Gen cviax-c needs it is a manufacturing t'tsjiiiahisient of eorr.o sort or other. Already i(ianj- of our -ou:ig have migrated to other localities to seek employment for the faculties, with which thoy havo been endowed ns veil us s, means of subsistanco, j-ct I here are ir.an...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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