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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 June 1874

9- f I IS 3 -- J sB- ocaf Editor. THURSDAY. . - - JUKE 11. 1S74. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1 Carl S( I St. f Lou is A Scarz. u. s.- Senator Louwi, Mc. I St. IVuie. to. Fourth Congres'ional District Cj'.nties of Washington, St. Francois, Ste. lji-no-vieva.Iron, Madim. .I'crrv. Cape Girxnle nu, Bollinger. Waviw, Reynolds, Crtr, Itutlrr. fctiNlJ-.nl, Scott, Mississippi, New Madrid, Dunklin, Ptiniscot, Kip'y, and 'Oregon. Robert A. Hatcher, M. C, New Madrid, Uo. . . ,. l-eii1y third r-or.otonnl Uistnct t-Qun-ot JrffiTfnn. Wnshincloii. St. Francois . Sj. Uencvicvu. 0I -v -'irmin A. Rosier, Stnat-zr, Stfer ueira- Twentieth Judicial v;ircuii counties oi Boiling!-. Perry. Madison, ble. Ucnevieve, and St. Franco i?. William Carter, Judue, FarmiiiRton, Mo. . Tcrms or CoBBX. In Olollinr county, 2nd Mondays in Iii Madbon county, 4ih Mandays in March a li l rVptvuitn-r. .l-i iWy county, 3d Mondays In April and October. In rite. Genpvirro county, 1st Mondays In St Francois county, 3d Mondays in 'May 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. — 11 June 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. There is a new nursery in Barton un der the guidance of cliaritable folk!:, where working women may leave their babies du ring the day. A Calikorntax medical amateur pub lishes the discovery that if you set your lace inflamed bv the toison-ivy the appli cation of a good strong mustard plaster will speedily make you forget all atiout uie smarting caused by the irritating vine. Canada seems inclined to drop its trans continental railroad scheme. The Premier recently announced that operations had been suspended for the present on the "round that the railroad would not Itc needed soon. The great difficulty, he said, was in getting across the Cascade ninsre. which, at the most favorable point. rose no less than 1 15 fit-t to tlie mile fur a continuous stretch of fifteen miles, without any level reaches at all. A l'ltlNTIXG-l'KKSS lias Ijccii set up at th foot of Mt. Ararat. The paper is called WMTs from Ararttt. It is larirclv devoted to local matters, and quotes...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 June 1874

ifBaS"sBfBBffl tr. tncricvr .iir "Clatj. i- rccu-HEii rvii:v thcusiiaY nv S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE O.V MAl:Kr m IMXT. OP C33SCEIPTI0N: InviruMy in Milvancc. c -vyl til.- . i-ar. ,y ctiii.i i 1 1 .iui ... ... i .j. CIu.mjI l-.it uty littJtuiv lV-l-oilic . t .E3ChibratMilo2iotaiiiy t (he citrut .Me Gt o-i sit-it. FAIK sates o: ft Oar sous re. sixty wornirww i.acli stiusripicn. in: Ilusini-s canl. ia. Un-:iiaicr column. One-half rwliunn. OM JIMS.. ...;-r.r. .ii.. 100.W DisrUyrlaTcrtiianUchwpolbj'0 ; ; S3 All transient ajTtrtising tuut be paid lot". Politically Independent Open to all Parties -Controlled by None, la advance g f YZA a-gf YfirlyjvynigtiirnM payalaB in advance. - VOL. III. STK. GENEVIEVE. MO., THURSDAY. JUNE IS, 1874. NO. 2. KTXBVSflKBDI&I r .... Vr SSk- Yewa. ... sil i a r POETRY. A VIsIO. OF THE DAY The whe t vv - 11 iwing anklc-dc i Vci-osi til- tit id lrom side to side. And ll-oIllg 111 ll- Mil I W.l.eH llie.wallo.v-a ll.-v. m cm-It- wide. Tlienin. a mome...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 June 1874

G3 ajfj MBRRBBBJJJJBBBj JBBB1 (-4 MIPHBaffl (S IjB in BaV .JBRH T Si o 3 2 9 X s 3 a OS C 4 .2 o c o 3C C -TibV aBaBK BBwBwaB BbPH-IbH bw BM O BBRBBI BBBBg bbbbi LBS BBBB1 O BRPBBBBJ G BBB BBBBBBBBBBJ 3 fflH '-a bVBbH S. MENU SMITH, rraprict ; 3 BtaWksaw ''AilllH tBanfJBBW- EL LAND DELINQUENT LIST STl GENETIE?E C0ONTT, MISSOURI, Fr Dm Ymt It 73. TvmnMf ST. Range 5, Eait. To Worn AH'd. Act. Farts of See'o. Edmund Lewis 4 Power walker H.S.SHAW, Editor. THURSDAY. - - JUNE 18. 1874. 5 i Professional Cards. J. B. ItOBBIXS. Attorney at Law, orro.-r unMemc jams ox sronr, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Jm. It. KowKMiM, Mabt. L. Cuur; Perryville, M. Faraungtofi, Mo. BOBINSON IcCLARDT Attorneys at Law. WILL PRACTICE la all the Courts of the 20th Judicial Cirruit and in the Supreme Court. 8y m II. S. SHAW, Attorney at Law, nlfUE IX SUNK MJIMMMI. Ht, CiKnevievr, Miawiir-I, Jennings Geo B W Blue J W Market John Fry Barney Yeager Philip Taylor WC Madison FR Wallaca Wo Gain Henry P Madison FR Taylor Geo Tayl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 June 1874

Jtjal Isaiah K ttma Mine Will bn 80 80 40 80 40 Gorereau Elizabeth 80 Ilernun Napolean 40 Griffard John same Gardner Franz Goodwill Jamea Griffard John Arbuckle Jamei H Becquette Lewi una Title Walter Mc Gab an Fatr. 80 40 160 W) 80 80 MM Falk Feter Danlela Joseph A Malhaws Jas Sholull Andr Vogt Anton Hams Jordan Ilenh Anton Ruiluff William tame itmo urns Ita-quelle Lewis Tbomure Leonard Stock Dennis Litterest Ferd Connelly George Waterman AM Daniels Francis A Radius' William XJaiiiels Francia A Giii August same Bryan Tho Robinson Tarleton Jokerst Michael Bloom James King Tho Bored Michael same Jarriuon Jordcn Kobinson Tarleton Patterson Lorenzo 1140 llloom-Bd G Bloom .Hannah tame same Dales Jmr B lluber Benedict Jokerst Michael Uertrr Henry Latamendiere Kli Labruyere Ant Labruyerr J B same Latamendiere Kli Labru.vera J B same Laneellicr J B Labrurere Elizabeth 40 Labruyere Antoine 35 Lasruyare J B 'J8.72 Brown Ant. 4c Sylv'r 48.48 40 Lalumandier Eli same Jokert Michael same same La...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 June 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. A California editor sjiys lie cm hear tourists talking about "Sail .loevriuimi," 'Sail Josey," SUuislou-cv' ami the like, but when they ak about "Mount Shy ster," he wants to die. The question as to whether the City of San Francisco ou-rht to furnish its siluried ollieers with horses and can hurts with wliich to ride around and attend to busi ness and for pleat-tire ha5! been settled in the nexativo. after an .elaborate coiisiik-ni-tion of the matter. We are ruined not by what we really want, but by what we think we do; there fore never ro abroail in search of your wants. If tliey l)e real wants they"ill coini' home in'search of you. for he tli tt buys what he does not "want will .-0011 want what heeaiinot buy. Toledo has a shrewd business man. who buys cir tickets for f.urdollars ier hundred. He sit-, near tin- Imx when: the fare is put. and obligingly plaits the live cent i.iekelsof lliep.iy-eiirersiiihi pocket and one of his tickets in the Ikx, thereby ma...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 June 1874

tc. 6rnmcre .fair i'taq. - nv i- rriiu-iiti i-vtitv uiniMiAV i:v S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. offilk ox .M i:i:i:r -.i.-kkt, SoutU Siilu f I'libliv Kti:irc. TEEHS OF SUBSCH1PII0K: Invariably in advance. One opt . one ) car . . . .! Club ot len t i s-ini- ro-t-ojj.. ... I j Club of twenty to same -.,.-I-oIli.v "-j . i, eJ-Chib rates do not apply t. llis cilv.,I S:r (itueVlcVf. tc. 6rnmcvc .fair i'lau. FATE PLAY. BATES OF ADVEKTISIHO : One Min.n-, sixty wore!, one ins. rti.m t'acli Mils-, .mm." minion ltu-ine card-. ' in A space p. r tear Onc-.;uartcr coliinm. onctiar Oiic-h i!f column. one .ar One colt-nai, one year St."' o : tki .v. iM IlsMO li-playe! advertisement- eharsc.1 by the inch. JJ-All Imi-uM a.lv.rtiMn.c mii-l be paid for iaa.lt ance EJ" Yearly adt.rtr-.-iucnts pat able imarterly in advance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. STK. GEXEVIKVE. MO.. TI1TRSDAY. JUNE 2.. 1871. vol. in. No. :i. POETRY. THE MAPLES. In the ahafow of the ma -..is That c...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 June 1874

S. liK.VUV SMITH, I'roprlelor. . UNKUVf ' fc---. iHfr2"- "'V . .v. mm ; TJIHItSIIAY. i:lll,.r. I Ji;NK J"., isTi , 1 - - " j ITon CMuim , Havl-i.; endeavored faith fully to twenty MMUUi-nt n l.eiresi iil.iU.! 111 t,.ijrcni. 1 vi-imllv ili-Mri'. nil w.iuhi niiift i;rti- ' fully Bpi.rc.-iau, ih.ir end.ipcmw.tl.y h r""1Wt"'"- V ' Kicnd Bobinsoii, might liave been quilt- uutllaut in hit ctiticitiu uf a cumuiunica- tiuu in Iho Fair I'lay from the pen of . . ' , . , ' t.Mw rKiriN are uu. waieiiauiu rui.-a u. ay ki4 J.ilin. anj the mare mjitery en ibru4ing the Jemrcnalurei,UieJinro luvaly tby appaar. II we knew all about thaiu Lord! h bat dUappointmuut they u4 be. A there are many things about tbvoi that KM ualu bniti-s can net fathom o we oUrlit tu ncecpt tl.idr cuinpuiitiuiu uivea.takiujf f r xruiital they are all riht. i vre Uu tlit-uist-lTi-s. Uut it was all right fur "Sj.ec tatrois" 14 u he and dujvrvoi a littloj'-nstiij-t-tiuii fur uiMexing hitnsvlf. "Spoctaturs" let themselves elf i...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 June 1874

p.A.MESARD, - Local Editor. THURSDAY. - - JUNE 23. 1S74. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I Carl Scliurz. u. s. Senators ht. Louis, lie Lewis V. Bogy. St. Lou i. Mo. Fourth Concreionul Dktrict Counties of Washington, St. Francois, Ste. Gene vieve. Iron, Mwlisou, Perrv, Cape Girarde au, Bollinger, AVnvnc, Reynolds, Carter, Itutler, btoddard, Scott, -Mississippi, New Madrid, Dunklin, Ilt-mixcot, Riply, and Oregon. Robert A. Uatchar, M. C., New 3Udrid, Mo. Twenty-third Senatorial District Coun ties of Jfcfferbon, Washington, St. Francoi iid Ste. Genevieve. Firniin A. Rozier, Seuat-.r, Ste. Ucne- wtcve, Mu. Twentieth Judicial Circuit Counties of Bollinger, Perry, Maduon, bte. Genevieve, and St. Francois. William Carter, Judjie, Farmington, Mo. Tkiims ok Coubt. In Rollinger county, 2nd Mondays in March and September. In Madison county, 4ti Mandays in March and September. In Perry county, .VI Mondays In April and October. In Ste. Uenovievo county, 1st Mondays Id May tmi November. In St. Francois count...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 June 1874

HOME AND FOKEIUX GOSSIP. Lireiua now has a navy. It con-ists of one small steamer, which was uiiui m Kugland. Kmily F.iTHFri.i. niii-t that the in temperate use of ice water is the chief cause ot Dad licaltli anions American wo men. A Kentucky lady has compromised a l)reacii of promise suit (damages laid at $20,000) by accepting $" and a new chig non. Amiin-i: tlio nirist nit-nt addition to the menagerie of the London Zoological Sod- eiy are a wiiiie-ciieeiteu living r-i"";." four bladder-nosed seal. Fiftkex foreign invaders from Mary land are iptivc in Virginia dungeons for tlie high political crime ol catching crabs in me waters n ine um nonunion. A Belchki:iow.v, Mass., dog of tlie shenhcrd breed, was sold, the other day. and taken on the Kirs i-oine thirty miles into Connecticut, but surprised his former master, the next morning, by appearing for Ms breakfast a usual. . A woman who receiitlv died near Baii- "or. Maine, was so anxious lest her body should be dug up and dissected ...

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 July 1874

ft tc. (Sruaicrc fair lait. o - w ' rritUMiEn r.rrur tiii!!-...-.. nr S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. ofkili; n jii:KKr-.i:i:Kr, Soutlt Sid.. I'niilj.T S.iu:u-... FATE PLAY. RATXS OF ASTEKTISIKO : ' One square, sixiy wonts, oae insertion I.W . lelisntisequcnt iner:ion - .tu ' ISasincss eanli. . inch -pace pirviar .. 6.0d 1 One-quarter column, one cnr .. .t.oi One-hall" coluruii, one;. car . , 55.0U One column, owynr. ... 10P.00 Displayi J advertisement- chat ail by the inch. C All tran-ien: advertising must be paid lor IS advance C-Yearl alv, rti-iiuents payable qnaxtrrly in advure. 07 SU33?BIPriOK: Invaiiatly in si1vaitv. Politically Independent Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. THURSDAY, JULY 2. 1871. Out of twmy r.bjinc iVM-otlic,- i VOL. Ill, NO. I. i v&a4balBBanBnaaBnSBffai POETRY. COURSE OF TRUE f.OVK. I . l'ISTANCr. May h fair; unsiini-giliU U:e balmy air; I romi-esmost rich and rare Whieier round lit evtrrwh.lv. ' S ? It",ny .h J: ekn..w them. But ...

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 July 1874

ii. S. A7W H". EJitur. THURSDAY. - JJJLY i, 1874. Fuu Coi:yBS.. Ha ing jcudeavored frith fu lly to serve in y constituents as Representative in Congress. I respectfully desire, and would most grate fully appreciate tlieir endorsement by a re-e1ecti..n. ft. A. JIA.TCHIJR. Jn another column ivc print in full tho lcp.ort of tho proceedings of the Slate Democrats central torn luittce, which tn nt tho J'lanter'H Louse in St. Lours on ihfi 2lt Inst il was decided by the committco that tho stale jcouventjon be held at Jci pirsQD cjty and that county conven tion for tho purpose of electing delegates be held on tho )th Au gust. 'I'ho npjjortunsacnt of rcprcson tation from the different counties was fixed at one for every 50G vote past for Woodson and one for pvcry fractionl part over g5S, upon this basin Sto. Govipvo county is enti tied to only one dalcgate, her vote ui tho last ejection being 73 ;;!' 234 aLorp t;p required i0Q fur one delegate. To inrito tho attention of our rea ders to thi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 July 1874

i Local Editor. THURSDAY. JULY 2, 1S74. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. "1 Carl Schurz, U. S. j St. Louis, Mc, Senators Lewis V. Hogy, J St. Louis, Mo. Fourth Congressional District Counties nf Washington, St. Francois. Sle. Gene vieve. Iron, Madison, Perry, Caie Girarde au. ItoU'mgrr, Wayne, Keynolds, Carter, Itutlcr. Stoddard, Scott, .M isissippi, New .Madrid, Dunklin, llciuiaeot, Riply, and Orison. Robert A. Hatcher, M. C., Nov Madrid, Mo. Twenty-third Senatorial District Coun ties uf Jefferson, Washington, St. Francois and Ste. Genevieve. Firinin A. Ro.icr, Senator, Ste. Gene vieve, Mo. Twentieth Judicial Circuit Counties of Bollinger, IVrry, Madron, Ste. hencvieve, and St. Francois. William Carter, Judge, Farmiiifon, Mo. Tlkmsok Court. In lloltincr county, t!nd Mondays in March and September. In Madieon county, 4th Mendays in March and September. . ., . In Perry comity, .11 Mondays tn April and October. In Sto. Genovievo county, 1st Mondays In May and November. In St. Francois countv, 3d M...

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 July 1874

i7:-ME 1X9 UtmX GOSSIP. Uotal gossip Bays that Eugenie and Victoria keep up a regular correspondence and tell rach other all the new that is circahtting. Kvmoes are afloat of nmnrrfuwKotnrwii Prince Arthur, of Kiurland, andtfte eldest daughter of Prince Frederick Charles, of Predcrfck Charles, of Prussia. 4 women In San Francisco became convinced of the physical viue of atliletic T!?Land ?Wh!hed a gymnasium with i all the usual appliances. Thus tar one leg and two arms have been broken, and the sprains and bruises have not been counted. It is well that the heartstrings can re lax and contract. There's Mrs. Weaver pfleorw. She tried to throw herself into fier husljand's grave, feinted away and wild That was. nve months ago, and the other day site married red-eyed lightning-rod man A colored girl at Brucctown, Ky.,aged nine, has displayed an extraordinarilyre- wiayc memory. A man reading in her presence for some length of time was as- in to near her repeat, word for word, grot be had ...

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 July 1874

tr. (Smrocrr .fair -Slaw. FATE PLAY. i- mm-iist mi:". nitrii.-i.iT i:v S. HENBY SMITH, Proprietor., offki: r. .M.i::;i:r . -.1:1:1; r, J South 53:l' : PuMif Sjijiiurt. j SATES OF ADVERTISING : tin.- s4n ne. i:y ttor'j, c-.-.e l-t-.r:Ln Sl.lo , KaoU -l Vvatnt'inM-r it a O Itu-ia. i !- .n :i f i',ir I n--;u ,r: . ui m m . ;C ii n-t4-j. iL'nm. in .1.1. TER1IS 0? SuBSCEIPHOH: Ii.v.11 i ihlr in n.s"..;"v. lH-i.Iayl a.!T;rti-m i:-- .-ha il''Vihi- inch, tj ;i !rir.-it-at i!.rt!?i;.-- :uu.-: paM tor in a,lAinv. ih o . .r Claw ! tv.i:n I'tj&ffj&Cf ...51 -Vl Politically Independent Open to all Parties -Controlled by None. STE. (rKXKVIKVi:. M(.. TiU'li-sDAV. ,II LY i. 174. VOL. III. NO. : Gejji-lietc. r"c--. iSF--T ! I- POETRY. MV SEAT LITTLE SEIQUMQft. 1IV KATK 1'tTSAM r-;oO! I hate a it i;;!il.or, h jticL n t t;un, hi hi los' Milt iriil.i(!; and y INju ; Never, mre, Kiiie tin mi M ! -jii uMich a VAiUtte.A Polofii t tlu'.v! With his kr.ou'H'jr wink AnI liirt H-rt Ititle prink. Ami tha...

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 July 1874

SMITH, Proprietor. .IU:.Y !. 1st I. F01: Ci.Miit'-s-. n!iyhi-ciiaoiiv..ri-.U-;t!ifiillyt.i?irv. ii.n-litiniiU a uiiiiri-ji'iitntivi in IVii-ti- 1 r..s-tr,iiiv .l.-irf. .m.l w.i'uM iii.-t j7r:.u' n-'X."'.! ' " "'if ATrnrl',y " '".M-rMn'-r V T iaiiiii i . . .... itt.w .u.i)tn, .nine i;. JK.tr Kir : A convention haying been called fj fho 1 jjomjo:. of a from this distiitl. will von i.ermii ine to say hio,,;,h yoiir paper j!ia. 1 am now as ;pj-elofo.i in I ho liainls "."'. VutU. .J"11 nceriuii- aiuue k.j iieeisioii 01 !,; 'louveui 1011. Verv Jie.speclfiiiiv, .. ' l: A. HATCH Kir. OcmOCratiC Cdltra! Committee, j ueru win no a llleellu' ol ij-e a ineeLiuii' ol !!! De'mocratie' .ioniral " Commitlee .r' Slo. Ccuevicvo ('ounlou at tlio Courj. Ijnil1;;- A the iiiem- I . 9. S fp.mmi,loa Wi, papiestly jnvited ft as mailers of ipi- jorlaiii:jj velating ii) R lIl.Wj! p( - - gani.ijnn of thp jiarly aro to be con-1 a JSy order of J. X. ItntKs, Sec'y. s. :ii:.kv Tho Heinocraiii: Central Commit-fed n...

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 July 1874

(S Ti:.' river is steidi. . on ti:. i!-ci: ..l..tH-.A,lii'. - - - ,W,7..,-. The com is about drying up- j of :i good rnui. LCSt LJOV. lSl.OLl.lTT, Mo.. Junl!l. ix7J. ! Editor? Misp.it. !i : .My lilt!.' boy, .!..h:mi.. abouttvvoho year of:-ge. was taken from his, borne !.y:i man named John Sun tho. about tij. weeks ago during my absence. I'.'e.i. insert this notice i:i your p'lperand s:lv tbil I inn hole w riting and praying lor mv b be returned. J-aiJ Sinvlhe is deforn:.-.!. His feet lire dollied in largo, pieces t leather f tieJ on xvith strings. He threatened to Mil ! tny boy if In; di.l not go I'jeaso help liud him and you wilt be forever' bb-s-ed. liespt-clfully, j JMKU.S--A PIF.KCK. I i ! Tim. following r.oto, oimlverli-ing 'houbi 1 e read nn.l heeded by i-,ry bui.-ntss man Jn lliu country: I You ciiii' t eai oucight in n x-.oel: to hoU xo-i i; year, and y.u can't aJveitUe on that plan either. Iwjilu that ndxert:-' only oneo in three ( moiiil.. forgot that mo-t folks cannot r 1...

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 July 1874

HOME A5D FOREWJK GOSSIP. Thk swallow-tail coat is in danger. The Czar diluted in a frock coat while in r.ng Jaml. A max in Xcedhain, Mass., who wa bitten by a neighbor's dog. is suinj; it owner tor $10,000. Eighty-two cities hi Ccmiuny now boast of cremation societies. But we have yet to hear of the first case of rreniatiou. Ax elderly lady in Xew Hampshire iiwved to another town this spring, carry ing among lier household treasures four leen cats. Dkfalcatioxs are not exclusively American. It is just discovered that 2,000. 000 rubles have disappeared somewhere in the administration of the Mn-eovv Kail way. A tuaix boy on the Chicago and Alton Railroad reeciitlv found a wallet coiitain- ing$5.oW) which h returned to the own er, and was rewarded by licing presented with a box of cigars. A vorxo wiiiiian who sued lor breach of promise of marriage in Piibilfitie, Iowa, lost her cjim; !mihm; she could not pro duces written piomt-e irom tne gayne crfver, asreniireil ly the provisions of ...

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 July 1874

tf. tirnrrirrr air tou. PLAY. is riT.i.i;nr.n eveuv TitcH'DAVEr S. HENEY;SMTPH; 'Proprietor. SATES OF ADTERTISHfO : One sonare. Slxtr words, one Insertion. itl.lt) i Kacti Milt-ciumt'insmion 0 . ltuin- curds. . inch, siu.-n linear . 6. CO ? ? 1 " 1 tf ' ' - TEBK8 OF SUBSCBimOH. tj Invariably in advanc-."' Onec-.py, uii.-11-jr CIul) c.f ten t- miih- Ptit-nm'tv , . r. Club of twenty t.. .sji l'.,ei.iUo-.' uir-.juart. r .i.lurun. oncj.ar " SJ.nl Onr-hali eoliuiiu, one tear-. .. e.VO. One Column, one year." loo.ot) Displayed advenisvmccuchariller the inch. SAtl transect advertising mu be paid for in i.lUK(. Yearly advertisements pat able .luarterty m advance. Politically Independent-Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. THURSDAY. .IV LY Hi. 1ST. NO. t;. FATE POETRY. It All' OR MRU? " Itut Is hp a H1l.5-.ru Itfrl ? .som-titn-i I lancy I do not know: His voice ta an sweet a- I ever heard ar ii) where Hie light leaves blow. Then his lovely even, I think, wo...

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 July 1874

HENKi' SMITH, Proprietor. w. .s sua w, tiiuiisdayT i:nto,: -H'IjY K 171. XrvrvOUISCMMK'I'.ri Foil Cov;uk!-'. ilavirur endeavored faith fully to s.-rv my constituents a Ktmrewntativo in Concrwj. I respectfully di-sim, and would until init.;- luuv iipprceiule their i-nuon-t-iiicnt tiy a re-election. It. A. HA 11 The UcriMu editor uf indulges in a C!i-cs.s ctirrcspondcnt of l!iu I' jur nancr win ch)l;r: n5 corresponJciil's .ipinions iiiitead of tl. Frric Presjc. He U cliaraeleriz-d v.. "nt,t un over great lriead 01 llio (.enjiaiif. .. . f- 1 ..... though lio write from the 11. (.it C'.T.-min o! German settlemeiil;," because ho wrutu in English instead of (icrman Eiippoie lio could not write G.Tinan should he liuvo for ever have kept hU mouth ilu.t bcciiusa li Jived in a Ucnuan e.'.iaiiiunily J It occur to ut that under our ?ysiem of govenimeut freedom of speech is ore uf the guaranteed rigliU of the American citizen. If to, one U at liberty to use any lntKinign he knows. Had the editor...

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