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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 May 1874

AW 1 J. A.MEKAJtD, - - - Loeat Editor. THURSDAY. - MAY 7. 1W4. wnilaW Mover m Sea-ten Having accured the agency of this stand ard machine, with peculiar dvantagei, we feel confident that farmers can make money in the purchase of form machines at KOZIEF. & JOKERST'S. cent LOCAL MATTE IS .S. The river is Tallin. The weather is verj changeable. Circuit court convened on Monday evening, with Judge Carter presiding. Prayers at the Catholic church will be held at C 1-2 o'clock every nightdunng this month, "Only 25 cents, gentlemen," w the cry of Dan Rice'i cheeky boy wlx" 80 Id .candy to iomc of our citixnrw. Mr. C. Baum is laving the foundation laidforanewrcsisdenic. on Main strecet, near his shoe store. The Social Glee Chit re-invite all their friends to meet them Thursday, May 7th, 7 P. M., at Union Hall. Mr "William Both and family left on the steamer Emma C Elliott, last Sunday, for Buffalo, N.Y., to attend the celebra tiorfof the fiftieth aniversaryof V.i father' marriage. Our f...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 May 1874

HOME AXD FOREIGN GOSSIP. ii T'rapaniagc license of Mr. Jefferson. m of Gw)rKe Washington, and the will of Kosciusko have been placed in the Virginia State Library. A fossil bird with teeth lias, lately been discovered in the clay of Sheppcy, England. It has never before been proved that any bird was possessed of teeth. A pahty of live Indian skeletons sitting in ofle grave round a succotash kettle has been disinterred at N'antie, Conn. The coroner is delighted. Tiiev have a man at Vincennes bv the name of Welcome Sprinkle. The sup"jioi tion is that he was lioni at the close ot a long interval of dry weather. A rASniONAi;t.K Xew York denti-t cliarges S10 for simply examining a jrer son's teeth, and S25 an hour for oneratiii.' UKii them, and lias brought in a bill of I e-Mtfi r..- r.n: .. i.. .1 ?k.vu llJllli n tingle IUUUI. Asystkmahc gentleman ol Massachu Ktts has iitst lieen united in wedlock to a young lady whom he lias been traning for the position of his wife ever since she was ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 May 1874

as? jav . J4- 5l Of! FAIE FLA tVIKV TI1CUSDAT ET SjHiffBT SMITH, Proprietor. office ox !.i:Ki:r m:;ei;t. South SiUo of Public- Square. TEHK3 0? S'JSSCEIPriOH: juxascr. One Mian, atatr word. I Each subsequent insert to , uusineu caru. . men aya One-quarter culama. Ml ime-naii coramn, one 7 One column, oe year.. Invariably in advance. Oiietopy, one jctr Cluliot ien t ifsiii.-I'ost-oQkv. Club of tv.ciily to sjiric Posl-oUlcc. ! . Displayed 1 ....$1 SO .... Politically Independent-Open to" all Parties-Controlled by None. KT' AH transient! is advance. Ej-GtiJ.rati-a.'.ocotii.i.ly to the city otStc Genevieve. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., TITURSDAY, MAY 14, 1874. NO. 41). ity Tearly ad ia advance. Hi POETRY. stays. BY limVAUD RLYXDO".. rai brown lulls! o pitiful sea-side .oi.e, liar.-in Hi.- heart Imt II of its last huicl Ye waters dars and dumb! lloiul-shadowtd skies, vvh-re scant blue shows apace! I am faint of heart for sight of her sweet fac-; am iiw a ouincsici. CDlllt Lost in void 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. — 14 May 1874

. u- :o sertion ot their nehU is absolute! r ! where vonr. paths of duty were t oavu e vvul iuai iio . j . - . . . - I Am. tk.. AnM,wl Ma A I Hiinn . fl.nA M A a A WhlknAF! Proprietor. RAT. MAY li, 1874. IjOuis UepuUlican has irone self bo often ot lata that no ofisV'Will be 8Brprit.fi at any coureo It sray take in tho future political tniaine of this country. It Las mmmj ewponaed the cause of Scua Scksnund defended bis course on ia8UoMpl and in fact in every ;! donosinco tho Possum in tho main there is no ug done in defending Send' ir for bis course since tho de- f 1870 bas eminently been of ibo support of every hon- nII but very Jaw reapeoU. Baton 1 u support bv the lor bis own successor can Other than the disruption Democratic part- and organi of ft new one, a consummation ot even tho wucrable autjgui tbe Republican is able to of- ' Tbe "old veteran of 1812" ilatf herself stoutly oppojed at tan of the ".Rural Roosters' r attempt to disintegrate the party. Senator Scburx ft Democr...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 May 1874

s i - 1 ' : fiA-MESARD, - Local Editor. LOC AL M ATTERS. THURSDAY. - - MAY 14. 1874. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ' Hon. Carl Scurz. U. S. St Louis, Mc, Senators Lewis V. Bogy. St. Louis. Mo. Fourth Congressional District Counties vi iiosuiug.viit' -. viove. Iron, Madison. Perry, Cape Girarde au, BulliiigiT, Wayne, Kcynolda, Carter, Uutlcr. Stoddard, Scott, Mississippi, New Madrid, Dunklin, Pemiscot, Riply, and Oregon. Hon. Robert A. Hatcher, M. C, Naw : Madrid, Mo. Twenty-third Senatorial District Coun- ties of Jetfrson, Washington, St. Francois and Ste. Genevieve. Firrnin A. Bazier, Senator, fate. Gene ' vievc. Mo. Twentieth Judicial Circuit Counties of Bollinger, Perry, Madison, Stc. Genevieve, and St. Francoi. William Carter, Judge, Farmington, Mo. Teems or Cocbt. In BoTlinger county, 2nd Mondavi in March and September. In Madison county, 4th Mondays in March and September. In Perry county, 3d Mondays In April and October. . In Ste. Genevieve county, 1st Mondays in May and November. In S...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 May 1874

at lie of Colombia bare an of revenue in the cancho fnmuaaayluumen. one Ht a mutton aouais. real-estate agency has been jHHBe,ana tne leuow lias . excitement in real-estate known for Are hundred r nnon the fara of the hahita- ivinz a railroad system in oik tcarefullr iruanlcu aeuinHthe I mumon as we lu-pumic 01 I It rejoices in a single ioco French girl was befre a the other (lav, char-red r ofense, and her ease was sus- Drisoner. in her ftuilir. t portion of the word pendu, it 'insane under the delusion nder sentence to be hanred. I to the contrary removini; her I dread. ivf the late Countess of Loii- S. her ladyship, after dc- r funeral ma v be as quiet as I on to say: " I further wish tone cut on anu nuricu m i Doninston at the bend ) Trentand a small cross or mi tne motto, i oyue my rDay. March 1, 1877, ay, so that the presiding otli- mepro tan. will be i'resi Jnlfrd States from Sund.iv t Monday at the hour that the . sworn in. llus lias oe- ore. Monroe oomniencing Monday, Jlarc...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 May 1874

tr. Gamfaw pxt pug. FAIR PLAY. xatm ov wunni : One square, slaty words, one insertion... $1.00 ucnaaoaeqnraiivacrtioii... Business cards. If inch Macs Dervcar... (.00 One-quarter colcmn, on year. SS.ou One-half column, one year 33.00 One column, on year. 100.8S TEEMS 07 SUESCHIPTION: Invariably In advance. r One copy, out; jcar H.50 Cluli of ten t J s."l:ic 1'o-t-oflicc 1 iJA Club of t uly Ut umiv IW-oSioe. . 'Jj.iO t-s-"Cliib rates do cot apply to the cityot Ste. toevittt. Displayed sdTerttscroenU chargsdbr the loch. t3" All transient sdvcrualng ruiut be paid tor Politically Independent Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. in advance. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, MAY 21. 1874. NO. ;.o. rrTearlr advertisement payable aim lull is advance. 9tr. Generic.? air P. IS rLTUJSlIED STKHT IHCKSDAY BV S. HENEY SMITfl, Proprietor. OFFICE OX MAllKtr ..riKT, South Sitlo of Public Square. POETRY. THE Q1IOST: A TUUK STOIIV. When I was a Ixjy, in a oM churchyard A terrible phost apiea...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 May 1874

8. HEN1T SMITH, Proprietor. Hr 4MBiBaaaa5r"' H. S. SIT A W, .-- Jgrftfor. fflCRSDAY. - - MAY 21. 1874.' An impression seems to have gone abroad in this community that tbo mbsenco of our publisher ia caused by desire to transfer tbo Fair Play Co a new locality. Whether the ru mor was begun to injure us or mere ly for oe other purpose we know not, but wo can say that it is entirely false and wholly baseless. We havo never fell less like discontinuing the Fair Flat than at present. Our patrons have extended to our ven ture.since we cstablisbodliero, a rea sonably generous support. Appre ciating their efforts in our behalf we have endeavored in the past and will endeavor in tbo future to render quid pro quo and give Sto. Genevieve county a creditable newspaper, local, faithful and fearlessly Democratic, We began with the intention of stay ing and are still of the same mind So oar patrons need not be deceived by rumors, when wo quit wo will giro notice in time through our own columns. Gr...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 May 1874

THURSDAY. - - 'MAY 21.181 OFFICIAL DIRECTOBt. " Hon. Carl Scurz. Tj. S. St Louis, Mc, Senators LowisV. Bcgy, St. I--UW, Mo. Fourth Confrre'ional District Counties or Washington, St. Francois. Ste. Gene vieve. Iron, Madison. Perry, Cape Girarde ... n.iiin. Wuna. Kevnold. Carter. Butler, btoddard, Scott, 3Ii33issippi. Hew V.rM Tlunkl n. IVmiSCOl. Hltiy, Orecon. nnn ttotuTt A. Hatcher. M. C New TWntv.third Senatorial District Coun ties of Jefferson. "Washington, St. Francois nil St fjpnevievn. Firmin A. Bozier. Senator. Ste. Genc- Ticve. Mo. Twentieth Judicial Circuit Counties of Bnllinirer. Perrv. Madison. Ste. Genevieve, nil fit. Francois. William Carter, Judge, Farmington, Mo, Terms of Court. In Bollinger county, 2nd Mondays anil ntamhfr- In Madison county, 4th Mendays in March And ueptember. In Perry county. 3d Mondays In April In Ste. Genevieve county, 1st Mondays In May and November. In St. Francois county, 3d Mondays in May and November. Ste. Geiertere Cottntj- Oficlals, Keprpse...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 May 1874

HOME AND F0REIG5 GOSSIP. A CmcAOO minister Is affectionately ad vertised as beinw "out of a job." Forty thousand cattle are said to liave perished in Utah aud Xevada during the winter. Kvekv-day cheerfulness is a fortune in itself, Sun-Juiie does not have a more marked effect on all around. The citv of Des Moines. Iowa, has been .cued for damages amounting to $10,000 for tins death of a little girl who was washed into a sewer in the whiter and drowned. Oxk hundred and ninety-four inland lakes of Michigan have been stocked with wliite Ihli, which are doing well. The average niimlit-r in each lake Ls about 7,000. A TirixvEit (Col.) physician protests against Eastern doctors allowing their pa tients in the hist stage of consumption to go to Colorado. The air is rarer and con tains lcs oxygrn, and is too trying U the iiumtim! is iar auvanceu. Emily Fjiithfi;ll says that after sixteen y-aiv expenence the has become con vinced that there is no roval road for wo men. They inii-t learn to w...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 May 1874

FAIE PLAY S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. OITICK O.V JIAHKKr ,fl:LKT, SSuutli Si!it ot I'uliliu Siu:ir'. TEBIIS 07 SUBSCHIPTION: Invariably In advance. One copy, ui.e w ar 11.9) dull ol ieri to Mm' I'ost-oi'ic li.-H Club of tnentylo same !'o-l-olice. .. !.0 EJ"C!u rates do not iiljr to the cityol Ste Gxuevicvc. SATIS OF AOTSXTISniQ : Onesonare. sixty words, one insertion.. Each ubu,uent insertion ltusmrss cardi. inch s-sce per year . One-imarlcr column, cue ear ... Uncluir column, one ear One column, one year l.0u . .i . SS.UF . SS.lM nv.n Pisplared advertisetnenu charred by the inch. AU transient a.lvvrtUinj- tuust be paid for in advance. Ex Yearly advcni menu payable .Uarterly in advance. Politically Independent-Open to all Prtie-Controlled by None. VOL. II. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, MAY 28. 1874. no. ;i. i POETJBY. .VO.VtV. HV AhTIItR O'sItAL-UUSK-sl-.Y. Has summer come without the ros-, Orleitthel.ird behind? Its tin Wile chunged ale.ve thee, O world I or am I blind i" Will 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. — 28 May 1874

of their own at tiic extermination of all other.-?" S. HEXRY SMITH, Proprietor. , "Now, my fiiend, you are mistak en again, it is not to oreait uov.n ! any i-ociety, par.'r or organization, hut rather to 1 d up. I:- motto i to live ar.il Jul ii'.c, d.i":'u-e hht and kimwiou'j airorg uli ciascs, anil lighten the i;tbo;a of their fellow j men ly mutual iiijli nation anil care I ful reading to bii;.g more closely Editor. ! together tlio producer and consumer; the dom away jvjil: unns.ccssary I middlemen and agents, who arc try- pM1o,.,u,,..W,,W Xotiee Fanners! .v. sua v. TUUUSDAY. .MAY 28. 1M74. Th exi nrsioii yiveri hv the allal mg to enrich themselves from the bio otlincM of the E1111...1 C. Elliot . 'rd earning of the farmer; to af ,ioGrand Tower onTue-day night ivai or-J mutual relief in sickness and ad well attended,! hero being about tweu-j vcr,iity; to rovcnt cruelty to ani iivo couples, and every body enjoyed J males; to prevent litigation; to over themielvoj ar.'i danced to ; ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 May 1874

r limit? P. A. MENARD, - Local Editor. THURSDAY. - MAY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Hon. Carl Scurz. St. Ixium, He, tr.s. Senator Lewis V. Bogy, Sl Iuii. Mo. Fourth Coreiwlnnal District Counties of 'Washington, at. r raieou. ste. tene vicve. Iron, MiiJi-un. Perr. Cape Girarde au, Bollinger. Wiiyih. KetioId, Carter, liuth-r. Stoddard, Scott Mississippi, New Madrid, Dunklin, Pemiscot, Biply, and Oregon. Hon Robert A. Hatcher, 51. C, how Mx1rid, M. ..... . . Twenty third J-enut.iri.il Ih'trict Coun ts of Jeffer-on. WahiiiStou, bt. francois and Stc Genevieve. Firm in A. Rozier, henat.r, bte. Gene vieve. Mo. Twentieth Judicial Circuit-Counties of Bollinger, Perry, Madison, fete. taencvim, and St. Francois. "VYillium Carter, Judi:e, Farmington, Mo. Tekms ok Court. In BolliiiR-r county, 2nd Mondays in March and September. In Madison county, 4th Mondays in March nrt SnU;nihir. In Perry county, 3J Mondays In April flntnhfr. 1,. Stc. Genevievo county, 1st Mondays In St. Francois county, 1 Monday in 5I...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 May 1874

w 1 - - i I -I I I I HOME XSD FOBEIttX GOSSIP. A female coiffure builder in Xetv York advertises hen-elf as Hair-dresser to Mirf Xellie Grant." The telegraph U now extended to Pan ama bv tbe way of Key West, Cuba and other West India island. Two men crosMil Webster Lake in Franklin, X. II., on 3Jay-tlay, and found the ice a foot thick, and iirmly fixed to the there. The National fiaptwl knows a man who is boa.tiii that he has never iven his wife a cni-s wonl in the twenty sears they have been married. TIiom; wlio know the family best rive the true reason, ''lie doesn't dan: to." ALTociurns of George Washington are sclliiii in I'liiladt-Ipliia at SI apiece. The inaiiiilattiin r- arc about introducing sonn improve! machinery, and when that is in they can Ik: bad at forty cents a dozen The San Franci-co AwsieMer descrilK'S a patriarch 111 years old. who never saw George Washington, and it thinks his name should Ik; written in letter of lire lor hi moral courage in acknowledainir it. Th...

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

FAIK PLAY. is rcBUaiiEn iviuy tiicbsoat nr kaxss er abtxstk : S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. OniqaM.rixtyiror1.Mtatlon... . Kacnaubaequectitwertlun -j" luuincsa card. X inch fpace per year... " One-Quarter column, one car. Ji"S One-half column, one year. One column, one year mo.w OFFICE OX -M.tltKEr SfKEET, South SUlo r JJublio Square. TEEKS OF SUBSCEIPTIOH: Invariably In advance. One copy, ouujear. $1.30 Club of i t-i sime rost-ollice li.a Club of twenty to same t'ost-ollico '.Sun (J-Clut rates do cot apply to the city ol Stc. Ceneviete. PijpUyrd advertisements chirjrrd by the lack. r"-AU transient advertising must be raid for Politically Independent-Open to all Partiea-Controllea by Hone. in advance. rf Yrirlv advertisement payable quarterly STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 1874. VOL. II. NO. .V. in advance. POETRY. THE OLD AND TOE rOVXO. BY XLBEST 8. POEIKB. Old Farmer Oakham one line auramer morn, Went ont In his Arid to hoe his com. And Joseph bis son went alone; They twain ...

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

DENEV SMITH, Froprteter. Editor. THURSDAY. - JUNE 4, 1874. t. ,"(, r;t R,e endorses JudgcTbomasiloWaday of Fredenckr town for Stato Aeditor. A. C. Kctoham. of Bnllingor coun ty thinks cSC tbo people are better iualiod to select a candidate for Judge -ska the lawyers. A'rrcspondont of tbo Frodorick- stows Plain Dealer propesos Hon fsi. Cartel's- name for Supreme Judirc. Wo heartily endorse tho views of the Plain Dealer's corres Dondcnt. South East Missouri is -a surely entitled to one seal on the su 'preine bench, and Judge Carter, is our choice ior the honor. Wcaro advisod by the Farmlngton New Era that J. B. Highly haa been endorsed by tho citizens of Big River Township of SL Francois county.for tbo shrievalty of that county. Mr. Highly as candidate for assessor ran far ahead of his tickot in the last el ection, is popular, 0 good officoraud sound Democrat. He will bo oppos ed, probably ,by Thomas He MulUn of HU Francois Township, also a very iionular aentUmen, but in our opini on ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 June 1874

t V 'V I y 1 157 Hv .i . THURSDAY. iE 4. IS74. OFFICIAL DIBECTO! U.S. Senators fiivcr on the decline. Local Items are scarce anund this sec tion Evening service for the Sbnth of ilnv closed last Sunday. Bead, Spectators communcation In re gard to the enlargement of be Catholic Church. S .Genevieve county couicil of the P. ofH. meets at New Offcnbut;, August 1st. All members of the order see invited. J. B. Pricuabd, Ussier. Perry county seems to be an tnhesltbr locality for women; we notice the deaths of three in one week. Hon. Carl Scur. . St. Louis, Mc, Lewis V.Boky. w Fourth ConRrsaonarDt,ictLCountie The chiMrea of this place .ill make . r it', .hi St Krnni-ois. IC. Ufne- vieve. IronHadUon. Perrf, Cae Girarde au, Bollinger. Wavi: K'vnolds, Carter, Butler. htoddard. Sc"tt, MissiMippi. ew Madrid, Dunklin, Pemiscot, Biply, and Oregon. lion. Robert A. Hatcher, 21. C, New Madrid, Mo. Twenty-third f-Yr.iioiiKl District Coun ties of Jener-on. Washington. S' Francois and Ste. Gcnovievf. F...

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

MOME AJTO FOREIGN' GOSSIP. From soundings made by Mr. John Mo- juuuey, an experienced navigator and old resident in the vicinity of LakeTalioe. Cal ifornia, it annears that the mvati-st dentil of that remarkable body of water is 1,HG Mrs. Makgahkt Martin, ofDublin, Irc- lanu, lias obtained a intent for lmprovc inents in the construction of balloons and other aerial bodies, and in the means of navuratinjr them, so as to control the direction in which they Miall travel. Is the course of experiments with manu factured ice in Philadelphia, the otherday, a curious and beautiful result was obtained by enclosinjr a liomiuet of fresh flowers in the center of a block of the translucent material. Every leaf and blooin was perfectly visible, while the brilliancy of the colors was ciiliauueii y tne ret met ion through the Ice. A mi.vi.stkk named Hardv. wliile nreueh- Ins in liullitt county, Ky. a few .Sundays ago, was worried by a youth who made noisy interpolations at frequent interval. So he ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 June 1874

2t. rorrovc air gtotj. is rrnuUEi Evtuv Tiitrii-o.vr et S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. offici: os MAi:KEr.s:Eirr, SouUi Sil f Pblio Squru-e. TZH2IS OP SBSCaiPTIOH: UrarialiljrlnwKincejt oiy. urn- i-jr....-; i i '""" ro-C'riir-' ...fl .VI ... I..S, v,--i .milljlOiJI.i.; lW-OUice t?CluiirjW.!nnn'.,.,t. ... .. ." '"""." Gti'tve, 11 V -ue city ol Ste V POETRY. TITO LOVERS. An.l bran! he w,; '' ny IW Two weiUtsTn.jn ih The bets wile hain''",a'f , slept; . .1 he air8olt us hite iieUUfl the nail" .w'n uiiii-riirk;. Two farrt o'el credleL wo lid are thiZ ':: ...These latumacli thZXYr "oet- Ty:','in.,.,.l,j?-7jvi-e- Like buds iipoithe lily spire. ntientUTe! O teller strilel The two Mill satngelter there, nierl light tore liout tlieirtnecs; Hut al; the hej uyslowdegrcta 111 gone ami le. that lonely pair. Ovojgelist! O vaj-heilpaitl The ml light shop um the floor Anil nnile the na lielweeii them wide; The ilreu- llw i- li,i-. .... i.i- I..-. ,a Hi.!,- ... 1 "l- "J rV" owe check luhiffl. anil Raid...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 June 1874

1 ! ' . sThESUY SMITH, Proprletorl it. s. siLivr. - fuitor. THURSDAY. - - TUXK . mi. III- With tlii number begin tho tl.hd volume of the Fair Play. Two 3-eara of sc.qaaiMan:o with ;'.,e ! people cf Sl. Gctiovievo county, o labor in our humble way to AiLvaiice the interest of our ador.Ved eounty knd to rapply our ps'.rcns with a fair local newspapor, havo cloned with ?Jo. 62 Vol. II. Looking retrospec tively over the years we have boon hero, s".nco an infant .enterpriao we began under many disadvantageous cirenmetaaco, we remember many incidents ofgenerous assistance and -noble act of encouragement. Our patrons have always, we aro happy to say, extended to their local journal a liberal support, evidencing their in terest th and irooJ will towards our venture in ab5iiial acts rather than in ViWi profession of friendli ness. On bnrart it has ever been our endeavor to publish a paper that would -at least respectably advocate She icstcrests of our patrons and re flect credit upon our cit...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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