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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 July 1874

j. .1. MENARD, - - - V.ocaf 12,Utjr. THURSDAY. - - JULY l7i. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. " Carl Schurz, U. S. St. Louis, Mc, Senators Lewis V. Bogy. J rt. L"ui, Mo. Fourth Congressional District Counties cr "Washington, St. Kramois, Ste. Gcnc- -xe. Iron, Madison, 1'crry, Cnjic Girarde ,u Bollinger. "Wnvnc, itcynolds, Carter, I'.jtler. Stoddard, Scott, Mississippi, New Vadrid, Dunklin, llemibcut, Riply. ami :egoru Robert A. Ilntclicr, M. C, New Jiadrid, M. Twenty-third Senatorial District Coun- ' 5 of Jefferson, Washington, St. Francois 1 Ste. Genevieve. ?irmin A. Bozier, Senator, Ste. Ger.e i.. VC, Mo. rutntieth Judicial Circuit Counties of T. Ilitscr, Ferry, Madison, Ste. Genevieve, cisC Francois. William Carter, Judjre, Farminoton, Mo. Terms ok Court. Tn Bollinger county, 'Jnd Mondays in ' jeh and September. In Madison count-, Jtli Menduys in Marc!. d September. In Perry county, .".1 Mondays In April -.ad OctoW. n Sto. Genevieve county, 1st Monday? ia May and November. In St. Francois cou...

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 July 1874

THE COMIXfJ FUEL. eat Turned Into ('Knurl Coal in Xbirlr Minute A Lons'irxnl Prob Ira Kolved nt I-nitIt in Promhrd In Abundance nt 5 n Ton. A letter wliich recently appeared in the World dct-iilini; a new process fortlie con version of peat into fuel in fortv-ci-.'ht hours lias attracted jjnenil attention, and brought to Ihrht another invention of a still more remaikable character, which completes the process in thirtv minutes. The last takes the sponjrv, wet. stickv bo;r eanli ami changes it into a Iry fuel", hard enough to take a polish, and dry as can nel coal. Peat, everybody knows, is coal soft and unbaked. In some -Jowly drying lake moss and turf have xrowii, liiver above layer. tree-trunks have sunk into the mass, and the whole has lowl v thickened and increased ymr by year till the lake is ;one, and a quaking" is left in its place, on whose surface tin: moss unci trass and Hdu spread and thicken till it h:is Town above tliijold level of the lake, spread 11(1 the hillside, tw...

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 July 1874

PLAY. 1" rLULISHF.U tVEUY TlIfKrAT 1:V S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. OFKILU O.V "l.UfKKl siKKtr, Soutli Side, f Public Square. TEEK3 OF SPSSCEIPriOK: Invsri-iMy in tdv ai.cc. Olo- c.-.y, one car ... t r,. C'liilx.l it-.. ,n,.. fit.t-.ia-.. j . -,. Clu.if.l twenty to jmj" Post-ogu-e !g'n tl-Cl'iIir-tci do r.ot i.pply to tin: city ot Ste Geucvielc ' KATES OF ADVZRTISIKO : One square, sixty wonU. one inrtion. fl.ttt KacU subscinetit insertion O Itusine-s cartl. , men space jsrrvear - tt.iM One marter cotunin, one v ear " . S.Vcu One-half column, one year a.tl One column, one year.. 10D.IXI Pisplayctl a-lvcrtistmcnL char?vl by Ihe Inch. S3" All translert advertuing mu.-t I paid for in advance 53" Yearly adrertisesuenta payable quarterly in wWance. Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by Rone. VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1874. NO. 7. FAIR POETRY. THE LINK hETWEEX. ISY IIOTVAKI ULYNIX1V. Jr-t Itcfon I k t'j sli-i-ji, Whif iHrins unt 1 y-mr nam, lm- 1 ...

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 July 1874

SMITH, Proprietor. jr. s. sua n. T1MMISDAY. F.ditt, - JULY -a, 1874. Fan 0ckss. Haling ondeavrnjeil faithfully to gcrre my -fniiititui-iiURsf-opristiilMlivo in Congress. I re'-tfiil!y-6e9"rp, and would most grate fullv iiKouii.tj llicir endorsement hy a jtuhWk.. K. A. HA.TCI1ER. FiK CoV.NTY ASSESOIU The undersigned having been a life-Ion); fesidi-nl of this coutitv, tiein;; experi enced surveyor ami dral't-iiiuii and uuder--staiKliug tho English, French, and German Auigiuiges, announces himself as aYandidato Sbr Assesnor of .St. (Jcnevicve county. Mo., in tnc next general election. EM1LE P. VOGT. Koit Cli:kk OutuiT Coukt. Wo an; authorised' "! announce JULES B. GUKiXOX, as a candidate for the office of cleifc of the circuit feKirt if Ste. Gene i! county, at the ensuing November .election. Wo call allHton to Mr Kuiile. P. Vots auouiicetncnt for assessor, .111 this issue. Mr. Vogt is well and favorably known to many of our citi zens as a gontieiuaii of energy, jabiliiy and exoelcnt bu...

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 July 1874

THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1874. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Carl Schiirz, St. Louis, Mc, I.ewi V. Bcy, u. s. Senators t. IjOiiis, mo. vievc, iron, .'.-' - ;, , ' au 1 IHi.b.t. Wayne. K';ynld, Carter, lii tier. ht-Hldard, rVott. Mississippi, New Madrid, Dunklin, Ileruiscot, Biply, and Oregon- Robert A. Hatcher, M. C, New Twenty-third Senatorial District Coun ties ofJeff'-foi'. Washington, St. Francois and Ste. Genevieve."" Finnin A. Jtozier, Senator, btc, Gene vieve, Mo. Twentieth Judicial Circuit Comities or Bollinger. Perry, MadUou, Ste. Genevieve, asd St. Francois. William Carter, Judge, FarminKton, Mo. Tkums ok Court. In llolliniyr county, 2nd Mondays in March and September. In Madison county, 4lh Mondays m March ind Septcniher. In Perry vounty, .id Mondays l April and October. In Ste. Genevieve county, 1st Mondays vnMav and November. In St. Francois countv, -id Mondays in May and November. Ste. Genevieve County Officials. Representative It. G. Madison. Circuit Clerk John L. Bogy. County " 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. — 23 July 1874

HOKE ASD FOREIGN GOSSIP. A max in Stark county, Ind., nays his boy ten cents a quart for potato bugs, and the boy says that if next year is as good as this he can buy the old man out. The street railway companies of Buffalo have instructed their conductors to eject from the cars passengers who spit on the floors. The tobacco-chewing riders spit III defiance, and set out off. Several cases are in the courts, the point for settlement being how far the companies may legally go hi compelling passengers to be decent. According to the Providence Journal. the fashionable ladies at Newport have dis carded lap-doss for cunninsr little kittens. which are made a feature when drives are taken. The proper thing is to hold the kitten up facing the horses, sotliat it may survey the landscape and cniov the view as much as its mistress does; and no doubt the kitten does. A Maine rogue has been selling kegs supposed to hold ten "ullons of liouoreach. A pint of rum was sealed up inside each of me Kcgs...

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 July 1874

tc. ticnotot air gtog. BATES OF AOVERTISnia : One square, sixtr won!, one insertion. . tt.oo KacUMsWiUfcfinxTtum , "o n-.isui..s cants. inch space t'-rxear . o.oo tce-t;iiartT column, otu-ycar . !?'?, One-balf column, t.ncviar ... -'-lV One colciuu, oat-year Uv.W PtopUyol a-tvertisemer.: diatjcol 1-y the inch. tJ.lltt3Bjlr.ia-!vettins om-t be raid, for in aJiatuv. 53- Yearly a.licrticii..nU i-ayaM iiuatterly la advance. FATE PLAY. is i-lhuheo tvii:r thch'day i;t S. HEKST SlrlrTH, Proprietor. offiu: o.v .MAi:i;;:r sxkkkt. South. Side t' I'iiIjUo Sciiar. OF SUBSCEIPriOK: Iiivari-itily in niUsacc. Uim'C'I. on.: vi jr $1 .i0 Clii'n.l ifn i miih IN-t-..Hic .li.rn t3QuJirut sl'iiot;t;tiily to the city ol .Stc Politically Independent Open to all Parties Controlled by None. VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE, -MO., THURSDAY. JULY 30. 1874. NO. 8. I POETRY. LOVE'S CHOICE. ItV KATK IIILI.A1.I. I n!ii-;n!-r, l:ir my lvr, Our jrtiii in tin t.Vil.KM Uu; Whi-n hri;hn-r th tn th ftur al-ovc Y'iir',--!ivH th...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 July 1874

!i? IlKtlr fe isT''" . HKNIY SMITH, Pronrtl ir. s. sha 'i'ilL'iwuA'V. K'lilor. JULY m. 1S71 ..v:Noi7;Vei!iEN''!is, I'd Cosom". Having endeavored faitfefttlly to serve my nstitut:nts as. KcpnfW.ta.tiv-,. in Conirre" I wrt?:nj-8irfjvVjna Wuld mostgrate rutTy "ihpreeiJliC XU"'.r eiidi.rnietil" l.y a To election. It. A. HATCIIEK. Vrju Cocstv Assesok. TtXti uuJtTsijjnc I lmviiiR been . lifr-long reoiacni oi tins c niniv, nein nn expcri- Unu-.-e?. anoounws feinueirw a'cap-litlHio iur .i&csfjiir in nt. ftiivicvo couniy, .HO., in tb next Kei.c-ntt ctcrlinu. KMILET. VOGT. Fo Ctv.Mc Circuit Court. Wf re authorized to aiinnunct JUI.1SS B. t&TtiXOX. a n caiiiadtd faj' tt'e office 4vlerk of the circuit court of 5t. Gene lc county, at the eiuiiiSirf Nureinlwr election. VTe are aulburhed to fiWir.unco JOSEPH A. KIJNaT. n a cnmliic' w tlie olficc of "Clerk of the Circuit (Jaurt y,( i?tc. Genevieve county at tlie next jjy,fiiil election. We are uLiiirleil la ir.uouiiro' JOHX L. BOGY. Hi a c'...

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 July 1874

V f V3" P. A. MESARD, - - - ImmI Editor TiinBSDAY. JULY :. IS71. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ") Carl Srlitirz. j St. Louis, Me, IjkviU V. Bogy, I t. L.ruis. Mo. v. s. Senators Fourth O.ngrii-'ioiial District Counties of Washington. St. Krnmnis. Sic. Gene vieve Iron, Mdini. IVrrv, ("ape Girarde au. Holling'T. Vhvi.. I;'""! !.. Hiitler. htiHioam, j-roii, .i.i9-is-.i.oi, i.:w "Madrid. Dunklin, IliiiiiM.it, Kiply ami if..t...ri A. HaL-hor. SI. U.. Ii.'W MhiIiI'1, M.. o Ti .1.- ilnnl Senatorial Diatrit-t l.oun .v.aof.lt'ir.Ti-on. Washington, St. Francois r.i, Str. Oenevieve. Firmin A. IfcaitT, .Vimt.r, hit vicve. Sic (ene- T-filictti .Indicial Orrcuit (uiili.-s of It. linger, IVrry, Madif.m, Ste. Genevieve, snwlM. rraiitw. William Carter, Judge, Fitriiungtiin, Mo Tkkms ok Coi.'rt. To l!.illliii?.-r county, -nil -Mondays in If h.Ii uml Sel.tetlllH-r. Iii Madison county, -Itli Mciidays in March i.nd Scptemler. In IVrrv county, Mondays In April I., ti Ji;'ii'vii'V.! county, lit Mondays iiuviinil Vo...

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 July 1874

HOME AM) FOREH.X GOSSIP. The ltev. Mr. Kay f Minncapoli, Min nesota, led Ins family Moleii chickens for a month. He didn't know it,however. but thought lie wa iiatrorizimr an honest poor bov in buying tliciu. A 1'k.vxsvlvama toaJ swallowed a llre- lly. '1 he local paper says: "While the la'tter was exploring the interior of tin toad, the lirht of his lantern was viMbleto outsider- throu"h the skin of the detected reptile." A Kociikstku drunkard crawled under a buh on the vcrjre of liciicsce Fall, and slept tliere until his iineasv twitiiirs brought hi less over the abyss. A po- iieeinan toutm linn just in tune to save his Me. Tin: poorniatcrhi Trov wa called upon by a woman who said that her husband was dead and slie was destitute. A visit to her home found the body in a sixty-lol- lar ca-Ket, ana tnree carnages ill the tun end proce-sion. It pays in I-'rance to feed horses for the butcher. I- rom S2! to is riven lor an animal in fair condition, and about thirty thousand of these 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. — 6 August 1874

tc. Genevieve irair gtog. FATE I rCELI-HI-ll KV'EKV THUIISDAY 1ST S. HENBY S25ITH, Proprietor. OFFfl.K OS MAKXEr slittl.T, Soutli Sitlts of INilalio Sfitturo. TEEMS 07 SUBSCRIPTION: BATES OF ADVERTISING : ( Kaoh -u'o-.tiu.al'in-ert.oii . .'0 J lSiifini rant.. o'i-'i -naoc ptrvcar . t.tX f ine-nuart r co.un.n tK'Ji . iine-ualf column. 0..0 y;r .woo Oar cvluiua, owyrar ... UV.lO Displayed advmtsciucalst chiri.t! ty the inch. 3-All tran-icnt advvrtisins r-iu-t be paid for in adv once Jj- Yearly a.h f ituBat payable naarU'rly la a.lvaavv. InvariHhly lu advance. .! SO Politically Independent -Open to all Parties-Controlled by None. Clll'iot Ii .1 iSjIIIc l'.t--iri--- li.it Clu. of tfttiity to bdiuv lViei-ollicc 2 .. o tf-CliiiirtiEiloixtai iily to the cityol Ste. GeiivV me. r J: VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. THURSDAY. AUUUST . 1874. NO. !. POETRY. AX OLD SOXO. Yoc 'atuti as yi.u tun. Hit- yillnw pup: ill lint uh rold mtig ion -ir.ir. And wmid r hove f ik- ei"l.i i-vir see A charm in tin...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 August 1874

8. IIKNttY SMITH, Froprletor. jr. x. sha w. EJitur. THURSDAY, - - AUG. . 1874 FOU C'OMJRESS. Hnvin!? endeavored faiih fully lo erve my constituent", as Representative in Congress. I respectfully desire, and would mol grille' IUIIV appreciaic wiuir triiuiruieui. re-election. 11. A. 1IATCIIER. tOR CoUKTV AfeStSOK. "Wo aro authorized to announce Kmicl P. VoRt, as a "Free anil Independent canJi date for Ibe office of Assessor of Ste. Gene vieve County, subject to tlio decision o Ibe people. Fob Clekk or Ciucuit Count. We are authorized to announce JJJLES B. GUIGNON, us n candidate for the ollice of clerk of the circuit court of Mo. Gene- Tieve count-, at tlio ensuing ftoyemto election. Wo arc authorised to announce JOSEPH A. EKNST, in n candidate for the olace of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Str Genevieve ,ouii(y at tho nest Kcncral election. Foa Clkrk ok Count r Cul'KT. W nro authorized to nnii'iuneo .lOIIN Iv BOGY, as a candidate for thi offico of county, at the ensuing November elec...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 August 1874

J'. A. MENARD, - - - ItUr,U F.,Utor. 11 I'lII'KSPAY. - - AUG. C. JS7 1. OFFICIAL DIRKCTOBT. Carl Scliura, U. S. St. Louis, Mc, Senators f Lewis V. Itoy, St. I uis, Mo. Fourth Congressional District Counties of v iiliinstoii, hi. rranc-oH, rte. iienc viave. Ironi Madison, Perry, Capo Girarde au. Bollinger, AVavne. Ki-wiold, Carter, liutler. Stoddard, Scott, Mississippi, New Madrid, I)uii!;lin, Ucuiiscot, Riply, and Oregon. I.ot.ort A. Hatcher, M. C, New Madrid, Mo. Twenty-lbinl Senatorial District Coun ties of .JcrlVr-on. V.'itehiuglon, St. Francois iiiid Ste. Genevieve. Firmiu A. lto.ier, Senator, Ste. Gcne vicve. Mo. Twentieth Judicial Circuit Counties of Bollinger, Ferry, Madison, S-lo. Genevieve, mill tit. Francoi?. "William Carter, Jtuljie, Furminjlon, Mo. Ti:r.M3 of Couiit. In liollin;' r county, "nd Mondays in Mareli ami September. In Mnditon county, JtH Mendaya in March Llid September. In Ferry county, M Mondays In April and October. In Ste. Genevieve county, 1st Mondays In 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. — 6 August 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. Mrs. Sarah Jonks, who died in DcKalb county, Georgia, recently, at the age of niiicty-tlin-e, leaves more tlian four hun dred iivinjr descendants. " Lost child" was announced at Farni infrton, Me., and the town turned out to search. After a time the frantic mother remembered that she had put him in his little bed. Miss MoortE, of East Liberty. I'a., puli lishes this challenge in the I'ittsbur' Post: " lleariug of so many iedctrians of late, but of none of the old timers.' I avail my self of the opportunity of challenging' any man in the State ot Pennsylvania to walk with me 100 miles in twenty-four hours for the sum of 1,000." An inventive Schleswig-IIolteiner lias patented a speaking tube for divers, by means of which constant communication may be kept up between the man at work at the bottom of the sea and the parties above. The Xaval Department of the German Empire has alreailv ordered the introduction of tins ttilie in the Germ::u marine. The Jackson Whi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 August 1874

tc. (Scttcnetc ;faiv 3?tajj. is rrnu-HKu evluy tuch-day iir S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. office ox ii.i:Kx;r n:i;KT, Soutli Sitli; of lullio Sniar. FAIE PLAY. BATES OF ADVERTISING : On- square, sixty words, one insertion Kach atcqurnt in-, rtion f!a.-ins card, inch space per "car . inc-iuarter column . one v car -o .:.0i Xiao .Wrtt UV.eO ne-hau column, .mcj.ar One column, one year . . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION t Invariably in advance. copy, ar $1 .V) CIu.M'l ton ti s.liij l'u..-1-oiIi.-f Clul of twenty to unite I'tt-oflico 2 0 "ClubntcflUu not aily to the city of Ste Htsplaye.1 advertisements charred by the inch. 53- All trans : r.t adv. rliM-if must be paid for in jiltamv J-Yearly a.lv.'rtifoicesl payable qturft-rly Democratic to the Hub ! VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. THURSDAY, AUGUST IX 1ST L NO. 10. POETRY. miens nv the wisdow. Ity KDWAI.Ii -l-KSfAII. SWH-t hivU Unit at my vunlnu ting. Or pail urntin'l on carvl-i vunp, Ittuwrh U-n ..ur drilling, Whil I Kilutf my Ij.rlin:r. -She's fa...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 August 1874

H.!t .SMITH, Proprietor, j ,7. .V. .S7.I ', - - l'Mitor. fllUKSUAV. -" " AUG. 13. 1874. j fvr CvitgmsMiiH. Hon. it. A. IIATCIIKU, Of New M.idrid County. For llejiretcntatht. W. F. COX. For SfifrijI' ami Cnllecfi JUS. IIIJCS. Vvr Clerk 'vf Cfnttty Cutri. JOHN L. BOGY. For Vltr of CitftU CWr. Fur Trtaxurtr. FKAMyjS J. fSSfm Fr Antor CHARLES BBRKSr l'rovcuiinq Atlurny. H. S. SHAW. Cvronf. JAMES J. WILSON- ' We ar ay.ll.oritiviy :ajrmcd that Judge Carte js not a candidate-ft.r reclecton to the benih ol tl.d ;vn-uit and declines to accept the uwuln-ation- It has been decided t- postpone the judicial co iv nlion; called to 'jftcot at Farmington. on tho 2tst -Inst; indefinitly. VeJ a8 ono of tbo first to advocate tho claims of tho only Democratic candidate. John B, Kobinson, are willing to accede to anything tending to sccuro a full bonest expression of the choice of tho people ol this judicial district: "Hotter let 'Patriotic' Joe alono." Thais vcr- cool when otie takes into consideration...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 August 1874

1 Hi THURSDAY. - - AUC 1ST I. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I Curl Siliurz, n.s. ; st l""u' Mc fcumtors I Low'w Y. Itojjy, j St. LuiJ, Mo. Fourth Ci.iri-s-ii.iial Ui-trit t -Cuntus f Wa-hiiurtoii, St. rriuio.i-!, M-; IS. tie- . 11 imti .11 mii in. i i n 1 1 i - Cartt-r, i.n llolilllio-r. imi'n " liutli-r. ht--Mm I, Madrid, Dunklin, :.-ott, M i-.ss-ipiii. ISew ll.iui.M'it, Riply, and Origin. , Robert A. H'tlehitr, M. C. MH.Iri.1. X!... . Tuei.ly third Senatorial Ii-trnt- Coiin ti,of jLff.r?i.ti. V-l.iiii?t"ii, M'- Francois ,..lStc. Ccnevi.-e. Finiiin A. l'.o.nr. S.-nat .r, Me. Gene vi(-w Mo. ...... r Tt.nticth Judicial in-uit (.'.unto i.l '...Hini;cr. IVrry, Mudi-on, Sic. G.-noti.'tc, kin! St. Fnuu oi-.. Willium Curler, .ludjo-, rart.un",lo., .M.i. Ti:i:ms r Cm nr. In !,...lliii"fr county, '-hid Mondays in March and Septcuibe In MadUon o.unly till Mii.davsin March and September. It. l'.-rry ocmty, -"l Mondays in April ,,! October. . . In Sle. (ieTi'-vii'V.) ceitity, l'l -Momtays In Mnymiil Nnv...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 August 1874

HOME A5D FOREIGN GOSSIP. A Polish nobleman will iolisli your bouts for a dime in Omaha. Coxxecticlt liens cam SI ler month each over and above their board and coop rent. A i:i:k c:ive has been discovered in Los Angeles county, Cal., containing a ton of honey. Sax Francisco rejoices over the fact that many Chinamen are ui-Kirting for their native land. Hai to smart for it For throwing pep-IM-r into the eyes of her enemy a llulliuo woman w:is recently lined $:W. A Sax Francisco paper says that the cost ol living in tliat city is higher titan in any other Northern citv, with the possible exception of New Yoi fc. The New Rcdford (Mass.) authorities announce tiiat "all ier.oiis having un licensed dogs are rciie.ted to call on the City Clerk anil obtain one." Tiikoiki:k A. W. Morris, a Xenia, Ohio, bill-ito-ter. has just received notice Iroiti Kn;land that lie has fallen heir to SiZijm through the death of his grand father in India. "Tiiickkr than the siirroiindiur foliaire. with wings li...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 August 1874

tc 6mfdfrf air flag. FAIE PLAY IS I-CULlsUKI) tvtuv TIICESDAY IIT S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICi: ON" SIAKKEr .-IKKLT. Soutli Sitlu of Pultlio Sijuai'f. TEEHS OF 6TJ3SCBIPTI01.: Invarialily In advance. One copy. rMi.ar 1 50 Club fit Ii-i I ifc-iiir l'o-i-oliiee. 1.." Club of f.ily t.jeame I'.isi-oltice. u TlCliiii rates do sot laqiiy to the city of Sic. treucvuve. BATES OF ADVKBTISTSO : One sp:ar-, sixty words, one in-i-rtion. Kach siilwequrul insertion .. . ltu-icrs. canl, iuct space per ear Onr-tni trier column. one car .. . One-lull" c.ilunui. one year OuetMluiui, one year ti.ro . o . . .5.A IiV.Otf PlspUyn! aavertisenicnts charged tr the Inch. j.Ul transient advertising must teriilfor in advance EJ" Yearly advertisements payable quarterly is advance. Democratic to the Hub ! VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1874. NO. 11. tc. (Bcncvicrc siir Maij. POETRY. IX THE ORCHARD. JIcke in the-U-iroM orchanl, Jn- littl- var ?, Jt-lirt ami 1 together WVre wndrriii to 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. — 20 August 1874

i " . . HESKY SMITH. Proprietor. i iLji. sua jr. ruuiSijAy. .. . ... J . ' f TJ-EJC ,T T C lvT.! Hon. It. A. HATCitliii, If Xew Madrid Ct.iii.ty. ' liepicarntutirc. W. F. COX. for S'erjl uwl (ulltcfdr. m. HICK. Vur Clerk uf (Juunty (mrf. jonx L. B0(-J Fur i'ierk of Curttit Cutrrt. Jt.LK.s B. (.1 k;no. -1 - . , fur Treasurer. t BAKCI8 J. ZEIGLEBj i Iir Aisesxur. CIIAKLES BURKS, Vruxrcn ting At I urn y. 1 II. S. SHAW. Fur Curimrr. JAMKS J. WILSON "'"W " v democrat, f. t. i. ,r Ik . to keep himbeir inforj.ieu of U10 . . r , i- , ' i . ,, course oi lioiuicaj ovenfs dunnjr the! . . J . : campaigti. in order to better enable iNuiuu w muti cujiiiu; IT. ..!.. . i.nl I h ...... 1.1.-. those of this county to do so tvo will 1 ...... .1 1. ik i pio 1110 vut 1 imj from now iinui ought to know that the judg-dnp is the flection for the unprecedented , not a political dlice and'that a judge "' -. ' . 1,1 1... 1,, 1. .. i 1".. low Rum f.f 0 1 omit; ' i.v I;, .inn "iigut to ie lioncsi; a i:i'. er am...

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