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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 September 1874

THURSDAY. - - SEPT. 24. 1874. LOCAL MATTJEUS. If you want to vote, ltegister, Lost A gold locket, tho finder will be paid a liberal reward by leaving at this of fice. Tho Fair Plat from now till the election for only 25 Cents. Ste. Genevieve County Council of tho Patrons of Husbandry meets fat Marks school bouse. November 7tb, at 10 o'clock A. M. All members of the order are cor dially inviu-d. JOS. B. PRICIIARD. blaster. IIamu & Co have a largo assortment of peice good for mens wear from Jeans at 2cts a jar J, to a una Casimerc at i00, in fact there assortment is such that all who will call on them will be able to suit them selves. Parties desirous of securing cheap homes in a county that has fair prospects for improvement in the early future, should pay Ripley county, in thin State a visit. "We recently paid a visit to Riply coun tv, in this state, and a3 the pcoplo of this county talk about hard times, we can tell them that they are not tho only ones who arc affected by it. 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. — 24 September 1874

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. Is Carbon county, Pa., lives a German seventy-three years old and the father of thirty children, the youngest of whom is four months old. Out of the fiftr-four young men uy pointed cadets at West Point and examin ed during the past week only twenty two passed the examination anil were ad mitted. At a recent Cape May juvenile ball two Philadelphia misses exhibited between them S2.",000 worth of diamond. They were sisters, and their mother ued to take in wa.shing. An Indianapolis li reman claims the cluuupionship in tnelon-esitiug. In tie hours and three-quarters he ate seventeen and three-quarter iiiuk-iuelon, and. stranger still, he lives to tell the tale. A siiowkk of white toads took place in Larimer eountv. Col. The shower em braced a strip of country half a mile wili and several miles in lfii"tli. From a dis tance the fro:r. as thev foouiieeil alomr tlic ground, looked for all the world like hail stones. After the storm the fro-rs honix-d about the count...

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

tc. (Dcncvicvc Mx m. i 4 rrnuni::k evkuy tiicissXiay jiv S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. oFFiti: on Js.vi:Ki:r !i.i;i;r, SoutU Side of i'ubii.. Siiuari.. FAIE PLAY BATES OF ADVERTISING ; One -.piire. -i:y woM-. or.e tnrtion Kadi -iib-isium; ai-t rtiu Ita-iues car.!-, ', inch s-. i,-,- -sirtcaT . inc-.iuartcr .-..'.laim. n- 1. ir One-ball .-.tlmim. tmcitar Our column, one jr" TZHMS OF SU3SC2iniON: ,v. 1I a. Ini-arial.lt- In -..li-sr.... ljlATt! a Ircnitrnwnts Ii.-ii;.sl i.y thv inch. JJ-AH trans., nt 3jvitlM!i J tuifct U- I'aul ti.r is .niianrv E:T"Vt-ar;y ..!vi-niMnitst juyaUlp .iuart-rly la a 1 iu.-e. tiieo.--iv one car (.!iil..,t i. n I .-..ii..- i'.i.s't-.i'ic. Ullb of tucnti to -j,.,.. (.t-;lJv fl SO J fmci-nir t liic Hub! t3-ai!irt:is-Joj:o:..ivly t t!!t divot Mc VOL. III. STK. (iKXKVIKVK. MO.. TIll'IiSDAV. (T )IJKIi I. ls7l. No. I" J5 POETRY. USTKMSG. v iiiiiiukt i-nt-t ott -iiorni!!.. II Kit wliii.. Ini.il .. itll. ftr,,..., M.-..lli a Mill! aii.l r,i-i ' An'! wilil aiel M,,. ii-...

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

-Tr IUKSOAY. OCT. 1, 1874. Tie SoMticjMe- Ticker. For Oocernr.r Charles II. Ilardlo, of Audrain JCour.ty. lr Lieutenant Governor. Norman J. Colmac. t.f St. I.ouib County. Fur Secretary 0 Stat Hiciiael E. HcGratb. of St. Louis County. Tor Auditor Thomas Moliadaj oi MudUon County. Fur Trtaturtr Joseph W. Mereer of Jackson County. For Attorney General John A. Hockadaj 'A Callaway County. Yor Registrar of Land George 31. Delgel cf Carroll County. For Superintetultnt ot 1'ubltt Inttiuction. B. D. Shannon of Bucbannon County. For J dqes of the Supreme Court Warwick Hough! 'it Jackson Couuty, (Long Term.) W- B. Naplon of St. Louii County, (Short Term ) For Congressman. Hon. B. A. HATCIIEB, Of Now Madrid County. For Circuit Judge SOth Judicial Circuit. John B. EobJnson 0 Perry County. tarty TicieL Fir Representative. W. P. cox. For Sheriff and Collector. JOS. HICK. Fur Clerk of County Court. JOHN L. B0Q. For Clerk of Circuit Court. JULES B. GUIGNONt For Treasurer. FBANCIS J. ZEIGLES, For As...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 October 1874

THURSDAY. - OCT. 1, 1874. LOaVL JL1TTERS. If you want to vote, Kegister. Tho mornings Lavo been quite cool of late. . Lota of cider will bo made this fall in tbis county. Wo notice our old friend, Ellis Harris, in town again. Tho iron fence in front of the College building is being painted If 3 011 want to bo treated polite just call on some of tbo candidates. ilr. Henry Staltze, met with tho misfortune to dislocated hiu ankle on Sunday night last. Tho present weather bids fair to mako the doctors reap a rich harvest if it continues. Tho farmers arc complaining that tho wcaihcr has not been suit able for sowing wheat. Twenty dozen latest stylo Ilats, worth from 82 25 to $3.00, can be bought ul liozicr it Jokorsl's Irom 1.25 to 81.75. Thos M. Johnson Esq., assume.') entire control of tho Luteavillo Jlcrald. Sucess to you, Thomas. Tho river is still rising. Last Sunday morning, the city of Chester crossed tho bar apposite our lauding. Tho School Board have been looking at Keins Hotel ...

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

HOME AN'M FOKEH.X G'OSSIP. Wisconsin- i soon to have .-m iiiimiiini tion of 1,(XJ0 liihiti.lcrs. Alaska IiHians use for illitmiH.itiii;r purjioM's a curious lisli which is to lat that when dried it Imrns willi a lirilliatit li;?lit. -.i.-xi. now iue r.mr.Mi lave a lianie over he delayeil. Ur.tnt is unilcr a fatal neee- J Mty. Having beiriin thi- Iiu-inrs.- of put i tiiirlovna rilitl'ully elected .SU;te (iov- ' eriimeiit and in.-tulliiiir in il place one that ' the people hail repudiated, he lia no al- tematixe, hut mint fro on anl maintain the counterfeit, fraudulent authority which h ha instituted. lhe people of Louisiana will, therefore. FARM AM) FIRESIDE. Italian' 15kek.-tkak. Score .1 .-teak tr.m-ver.-ely with a .-harp knife, eiittinir it through. " Lay it in a -tew-pan with a -mall piece oi butter; -ii-.n with p- pcrand .-alt anil an onion choppcU tin ciumtry .li'iK'nilin:: .;o ab-oltitely for it. auricultiind pn-ierity even lor the e.-i-tenceof it.- jx ople "m the maintenance ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 October 1874

tr. (Scncdcrc air gtaij. is rmu-UEo evrv thl-hsdat nr S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICE ON' MARKErsinEET, South Side, of Public- Siu:trc. TEEMS OF SUBSCHIPTION: Invariably in advance. One coij iu-jear . y) Cluli ot if n t iMiiif PiMt-Mhr- " Club of twenty In same l'.-i-jtlicc. . " " " " 3"'! n .tJClnii rates do not apply to the cityot Ste Genevieve. 1 tr. mmcrf gm SATES OF AOYEXTISniO : Or. square, ity wenta. ear ln, rtion. . l.eO hach sulMftiueut insertion ;o l.uMn-- cards. inch space per v ear.". SOU One-nuarter column, one war .." JS.lw One-half column, otu. wax . 5j ( One column, one year.". '. UX)!n DapUjnl advertisement charredl-- the inch. S3" All transient ajvrrtuinir tmu! lv paid for in advance. J-Yearly adrertUttCcnts payable quarterly In advance. FATE PLAY. Democratic to the Hub ! VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. THURSDAY, OCTORKR S, 1874. NO. IS. POETRY. A QREETIXQ. Jo. roue! ami Rive my love giid-ilay ; Bid her arise and come away; JIM her with haste apjiear Unto her lov...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 October 1874

THURSDAY. OCT. 8. 1874. ft DBmficraflcState TicW. For Governor .diaries H. Hardin, of Audrain 'County. Fur Lieutenant Qoremor. Normi J. of St. Louu County. -.For Secretary of Mutt MlehaelK. McGratb. of St. Louis County. For Auditor Tbonas Helladar of Madison County. For Treasurer Jescph W. Mercer of Jackson County. For Attorney General Jefea A. Heekaiay of Callaway County. For Registrar of Lands) f.eergeM.Delgel of Carroll County. JFor Superintendent of Pallia Instruction. 1. D. ShaiROR of Bucbannon County. For J dges of the Supreme Cuurt Warwick Hough of Jackson County, (Long Turm.) W B. Napton of St. Louis County, (Short Term ) Far Congressman. I. I. A. HATCHER, Or New Madrid County. For Circuit Judge SOth Judicial Circuit. Jail I. KeMisai of Terry County. BoMcratie ftmfBctet For Representative. W. V. COI. For Sheriff and Collector. JOS. BUCK. Fur Clerk of County Court. JHN L. B06T. .For C7r of Circuit Court. JULES. 6UI6X0X, for Treasurer. FEANCI8J. ZEI6LEB, For Assessor. CHARLES ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 October 1874

m I 0 ii UURSDAY, - OCT. 1874. AN1VOUNCEJ1ENTS, For Congress. Maying endeavored faithfully to serve my lsutuenis as uepresenlali ve in Congress, r-isnectfullv desirp. and would most rrrate- ly appreciate their endorsement by a election, it. A. Iia.HJME.lt For Circuit Jbikie. Va axe authorized to announce JOHN it. UUBBIN'SON as a candidate for the ilico of Judge of the 20th Judicial District, . the coming November election F oft Cocstv Assesor. ".'.Te are authorized to announce EMILK y VOGT. as a "Free and Independent" . -lidato for the office of Assessor of Ste. e .cvieve County, eultject to the decision ' the people. We are authorised to announce ' IIAKLSS HUKRSat a candidate Tor the . e of Assessor of Ste Genevieve count-, .' the ensuing November election: Fob Clkrk or Circuit Court. IVe are authorized to announce JULES '.. (.UIGNON, as a candidate for the office i clerk of the circuit court of Sta. Gene eve county, at the ensuing November iecticiu Wo are authorised to announce JO...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 October 1874

HOME ASD FOREIGN GOSSIP. A. T. Stewart is going to build a mam moth hotel at Philadelphia, in anticipation of the Centennial. As Englishman who died the other day bequeathed fifty years' subscription to the Loudon Times to one of his kinsmen, and he ordered the whole fifty years to be paid in auvance. Members of the Austrian Tolar expe dition declare explorations in the direc tion of the North Pole boneless of satl factory result, and that the reports of an existence 01 an open roiar sea are untrue, Ciiioxox is dead. The great deity of the feminine toilt-t is no more. Paris ha Kiven it up for the sake of economy. It was very costly. Kvery year there v:l i:ikcii into ram lld.uuu pounds ot human hair in a "mvT" or iunvorkt.il state worlli S'WO.OOO. and to be made into chiiriions. Now all that money can bcsicnt on some oilier nonsense. Jowx, a inaniifactun'r at Guise, France, lias introduced there a tiractical and profit able system of co-oneratioii. In a work on the subject Oodin says...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 October 1874

5tc. (Brncr.rrc i .ur ?Ut. tf. tfrnrrirrr fair i'latf. FAT 14 rrnia.-iii..' ev'' nit n my is I RATES OF ADVERTISING : llil?:n t1-, . u - :. 'riar t- t iit-i.i i it r f.'Iuiii tt X " : ae cv!umn, on .r U0 S. HENST WJM, Proprietor. rnu" on ;i.i:Ki:r -u:i::r, Soutli Sitlo of I'uljlio Siu:iiv. TEBSSS CF EUBSCEIPTIOJi"" Invari'-tbly in aH"3CC. i n- c 10 . "in )ea si .' C'lllll til ii- ihr !! Ilt-iilll"f (Jul-of c,t. !,; :. -.n-j It.-i-oH -,. . "- " rj-CluT.rl'JljSctsi-l7 t" lue c.'.y!S!e Geut-Viete. - tc- l!f-' ViC. V"1----- Iljlaytl 'lvrl;: v a -u.1'-. llie inch. Oomor-r.-itrk' to tin Hub ! j jJ-Alt !ran-icn! a !wrt..-',n iuu-i .-.-p-kitl tor m it.'. V -.lice VOL. J II. .-r! '.Vi'rJi-!i'Bfc p-iralile i.uirtt-rly in -t.lt ASA". STK. (IKXKVIj- YK. MO.. TIU'USOA Y. OCTOlJKIi i:. 171. NO. in. IOETiiY. A SCEMZ t'OH A STUDV. t:v jK.i.t i-..i:loi-.. White lay !h- Hums iv. i r.K.f. u r st.r'I JtiN- limi tli- ma n ii III lr :y.-l.y: Ami Imi I1.-.1 ieti, i!ia' c, i.rn.l 111 rM. Won the ttinlc i;i...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 October 1874

-i-rCiL Grant's Ambition and i!u Sou:,!. One r.f the uj ,-t Intelligent j,t.t, c: - o. i.ou:-iana in a ioi'.er to i editor of tin' Now York u:i e cs '.j)i".K.' '.'.ic!i very ;r-n Jy eii'erlait.. i j:i the South v.-he:: h tp:c- If your deiin. picni !.sts,c:..i joy over it before the 10th day if tho mot.'l. 'f Osioher Deec.-v.h'r, nil State moneys collected 'by yyi prior to the 1st duft o:' raid uioti'L. Ii: cnliitig your attcntiai to the a;evo facts, allow ;r.o to my that the demand.; on the S.'ato Treasury p-..- ,.' s'pV.PitI iniiriaally acee; tod theDtmtir.it l---ii.ua w-u. . nominee ;.,r sVr.ff. a- I tr ited i - th Tit iv. - - Star. i.-.. i-7!. f'r toiifiState Ticket. x h:rw II. !::in!in, f Audrain V.Vii.ty. -l',i- I.h nlcitni.t t't w.i . Normals .!. ;-!aia-i. f it. l.uuis Cuunty. I-..r Srrrrtnru oj Shite Hiciin.l K. JicO'rat!:. St. J.oiiii County. l.r Aitihtu.- Thti-iiii:-; IloIIatiay ..I M.-.d:?nu Cini.'iiv. i'or 'JWnnirrr .tsi'!)li V.r. 'lorccr i.f .Im-h-oii l'ni:ity. Atlnniry ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 October 1874

Kfi --si " ' i7- -ea THURSDAY. OCT I.",. I7J. A IS' A' OtJIN C IS'TS, Foil CoM.rccsf. Having endeavored faithfu'ly to serve my constituent us Kpprcfeiilative in Congress. I respectfully t!eir-, and would mod irraiu fullv appreciate their endorsement" by a re-election. It. A. HATCHER. For. Ciik l-jt Jl'Iir.E. "We are authorized to announce JOHN B. P.OHIHNSON us a candidate fur tlie office of .Iiulgp of the. U)lh Judicial District, at the coisiin November elec tion FOH CoC.NTV AssKsoa. "Vn are authorized to announce. EMIEE r. YO;Tt a u "Free and Independent" candidate for the office ,f A es-or of Ste. (IioiM'iK'f' Ciilllitv. .-.ill 'eel. to I'm. ili...ii.ii. ' of the. people. " YVe i.ro ituiliori.'.-d to announce CHARLES ItURKS ks u candidate for tin (itlicu of Afscssoi of Ste Coneiieve county, at the ciiatiini; Xovei iber election. Fob Cu:i-.k ..k Cmcmr Couur. AVe arc aut!ior:.ed to Himounce JULES B. CUKINOX, as a candiJale for the o:: ; of clerk of the circuit court of St). ficne-i ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 October 1874

IMUVX TIlC UFO CHANDE. i An Aiiacuturniis Jiillrnry In n Smnll It.titt lrui Aniiln luinius lit Me-il-l.i !imi auil luci.iciils l tlie Viijnsi'. T v tiavclcr at Snita Kc, who wi-hcs to reach Alc-illa, s.iy- the Mc-illa .Vw.s, u-u-Jilly et on board 111" -ttorc-eo'icli at the former place, and starthi"; oil' behind a , tciim ol -pirilcd mule.- U whirled over the liili tunic laud, down the piecipitoii-de-cent ol I. a I'.aj.ida. through tin- dit-iy bottom, uiitil a journey of twenty-live miles lake- him to tne Indian town ot S.inlo lloiniiiL'o. where he drink- ot the water.- ol tin- Ilio (iraiidc. Fiom thi place the road follow- down ihe river, or- , ca-ioi,.dly euliin oil' jrnat li'-inl Ihe ino-t no itl of winch i.- tin- one rut-cpm? 1 around the .lornado del .Muerto and when he ariiret at M -ilia lind- he h .- 1 Iraviled llitcr bundled mill -. f-cVcr.il, attempt- had been made to neriorni the' jouintv !v water, none ol which sue-1 e eded. I(V tin liver the roar of the falling water.-, ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 October 1874

tc. T)f nc i-icv? f.iiv $h. ! tr. 6rnrrirrr i?aur i'lau. PLAY. 1- I'l III I-I1M. l.X I'll Tlli".t-IHY HY j S. HENRY GrJTH, Pronrietor. i BATES OF ADVERTISING : xn' -.pi-vr.'. -ttx nor!.-, one tn-.rtion Ka.-h -i.l.-.it;, i.tf m-, r.i n ll.i-au ...i-l-. , , .1 t --. 1. i-rxcar i'n---iiirt, r c..itt.ii .u.-' ..ar' tlHliail v.llni;ti. ..in- i tr Use column, OEc Yvar." oi KK on i'akkk! -.tiu.r, Sulli hM.Itt of PulHf S,ji.-ii-.. : i o s.x.ti 55 no lv to 7EEII3 OF SuSSCHirilOlT: Invariably in vii'a5Ct-. tin px ii i-jr UhiNi.I i.-. I t- .trie S-.,-i-..ii;-.. (.llll.of Iv. '.ly U, l",.-l-..t,c,. Pi-played a !veniT.Mct .ti-irj-.sU.x- itu- tm-h. j-.U transient adxim-ir..: tjiu-i ivjai.tfor Jj-Yrar'v .i.i.vert'cmc:.ts juyaMr ijuat:tly m a,iiur.i-i-. ..1 '.' . li . i Democratic to the 1 Iui ! STH. (iKXKVIKVK. MO.. TIHRSDA Y. OCTOIJKli 22. 1ST I, t3 3 U i r.ul jj.;.:y id th" c tv ot sa tin, licit-. VOL. III. NO. 20. FA IK i'OETKY. ACTUM X. I:T 'KI.IA T1I.WTEI:. I.'oiwn and round tic yardi-ii rusl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 October 1874

a. HEXBY SMITH, Proprietor. Count us Ons. Our very ingenious neighbor, hard run fur argument, frantically grabs tlio Auditor's reports and rushed in to print wiih the whole amount of warrants drawn duringiljp different administration", beginning with Fletclior and endin" wiih Wondnn. The Free Vrccs has best, so often in"' iy. ! ,, ... ' came io mis i-uy on iuo -j'.ii, o. ims 1 error and becti so often proven will-. ....,,,. nd .,.lVe lm. fi!nvill., ;,.. distortion of a . .nation : Some sx weeks ago a A Boy 1 5 Years Old Kidnaped at Goodman's Landing Ills., and Supposed to be Murdered Incen- diaryism in Mo. Cor. PerryvilleForninn. Ste ilAUV, Mo., Oct. 13th 171. De.nr Forum : Il'ir. Ilutledgo living at Good- Among our Exchanges. Pen and Scissors. JEFFERSON HOUSE, JOSEPJI VORST, rrop'r. (East side Public Square.) s'-TE. GENEMKVK, 3IO. ! station 455.thence bv a tangent to said curve .-.i lo.. r;n ...tn .v .lut.iuv of two hun- fu! ! wrong that tlii matter of fact auditor's report will 's...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 October 1874

(jS THURSDAY. - OCT. U 1ST I. Foi: CoNOKEJsi, Having endeavored faithfully to serve my constituents as Kf-presentative. in Congress. I respectfully desire, nnd would most grate fully appreciate their endorsement" by a re-election. II. A. HATCHER. For Circuit Judge. We arc authorized to announce JOHN 15. R0I1HINS0N as candidate for the dice of Ju-3;;o of the 20th Judicial District, at tho entiling November election For County Assiort. Wo are authorized to announce EMILE V. VOGT, as a "Free and Indcpcndi-nt" fiindidato for the office, of As-essor of Ste. !enevicvo County, subject to the decision of the people. no are auuiorizeu to announce, CHARLES KUKICS as a candidate for the oliice of As5em ol Ste Genevieve couutv. .t. : x' i - 1U. mil viiauiuj; iiuttiiiucr election. For Clerk op Circuit Court. Wo aro authorized to announce JULES B. GUIGNON, as, a candidate for the ollico of clerk of tlio circuit court of Jjto. Gene vieve county, at tho ensuing November election. Wo aro authorised ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 October 1874

HOME AXD FOREIGN GOSSIP. j Fori: pcr-ins out of live in Switzerland arc landed iirtiiuietur. , 1'i.ayix:-cai:is with h'.acl: border-i u late nubby convenience lit ). i!c wild' have Io-t "friends and think they know ' s-omethiu"; about eucltre. The Mroujrest man in Cincinnati i a doclor.who can hold a man of equal weight with hitn-clf at arm".- Icnirth in either . hand. He ean :il.-o. with hi. lineer-. twi-t a telitienny nail into 'i.-crevv. . my nail into a .-crew. , .. . . , . ' nckmkn-t-, it -ai.l.aio in : ! r nni.rovin- our mad --ryiechv ' Ai:i:an; He- lor liavm-ex .re-- tram uryn. o.nv man ,.rJ McKnerv wa-dieted, the I.tw-.-ars, which will have Iherishtol way and , ,.,.,,.;,, ,.;1;lnl ,l.(,1M.ri'v .-warded run at maximum -peed, i he experiment , , .,,,.,,.,-,, . ,.., of November. i-iiciiiir-iocivv.'cii.-.cvv i o. a.... , ClllCa";0. i A (ii:ianN woman named Voil. :c'cd about liltyytsir.-.dicd in I'phrat.-th, Kulton j lu;kard.and .lame- J-'. Ca-c. aid d county. X. V.. thirteen yea...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 October 1874

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Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 October 1874

vi -"--y t T- T v I 3 To tha Public. -i ..-r . - C; ' "..!.. t j ho v.orwig t..oj. ;,::.;: iv,..-. ! t : :. :, :r,- f ea.a...- . : S. 1JKSKY h'mr;!, Proirk'lr in .-no authority .-ence of the "V i.-,"..'!: to '.;'' i-ii; ( 'unmani -a i. ' : r!-n:.ir. i'l .. v and tolil him j to kr. i-.v v. ho t!;c alitor ot th-; F, :i: I famous bur. P. U. Kchlalr.z, because, tl.it i.i.s rooms i.aJ been entered a:;d jt.YY is. (P. S.J Kor the l..';:of'. of be-:.-.,:, e nt..a,.- language unfit pillaged. The ::ews nearly struck .! our town ai.'i cota.ly s.;;t,s :rtl-.r who ; for the cx-bann-. of a rc&pcctil'.u pa- wJ l.utuor iv.-y.aii de-id. It was a i are not pu.fed, we wii! il-ito tliat par. In this oi.o ? atcnce ho is long titac beiorc Lo r,v JBFFBEEON HOUSE, '.rout ' !o !." .lit- ;'.re.i sti:. c; t :;i:viv. vie. 510 i :i it f v . t. : l.- i . :. ' ft with a radii: of :!- foot, a i!i':s;ci f three hitr iri .i tVot to satioti IW. thtn bv s iwti i. t. the left with a nidi-is .:" '.("to V .i u,.-tani...

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