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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 October 1874

bv t- -I-:2X-"jQ.s- " - - - - - THURSDAY. - - OCT. 1N71. .VKA'OUMCiSMKXTrj, Foil Co.Nf.ui!. constiturnUas lUTres,.tativ..- in CnsreM. I rcpectfull deir.', and w-mld mo?t -r.itc- fully appreciate their eiidorM-iiient !.y a re-election. ll. A. HAtUlKK. KoK C'IKUUIT JflK.E. A e are nuthor.zM to Hiinounee t T-iitis- i-1 . e .i . IlOIHilNsON M a ramlid it: for tin- msm? Usm-. office of JuJ-o .f the 2-)th .lu lieia! Diilriet, ei..airn.-. i.eojf.vo wars, at the coming Novniber election Ironton paper' pl-a op,?. AVe are autlmrix-d to aunoum-i- K. Virgil c"nWT' ' ' "rr!r' i -Conwav J a Deir.i rratie cundalnte for tln , i hero is no lvasun !iv Jjjm,vi a office of .Indue of the i'lth Judicial Circuit attheconihyXow-mber ej.-.-tion. Fii: Col srr A.--joii. AVe are auth-riz-d to nnuot:n-o KMII.E leve county. at the cnuiii" NoenibiT election. A e are authorized to announce .ILI.K :.(;UKiXON, as a candidate for the oHi.-.. f clerk i.fthu circuit court i.f Me. (:. - ne - iev; county, at the tn,uin;....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 October 1874

A WHITE MAN'S GOVERNMENT." ! An Iun.nn. rrmblr Arcnmrnt Airaiimt Xrjcro Kale. From the New York Nation. The theory on which inot Xorthcni men refuse them their sympathy, and on which the Conklin-is and Mortons um the Southern distubances as capital lor the !!--publican party, an J as reasons why, what ever it does of leaves undone, it should lie kept in office, is that the whit-s of the South will not let the negroes alone, hut keep murdering and harasrin them. and. if it were not for the interference of the Federal troops would reduee them to " practical slavery." Now, if this theory were eorreet. the negroes outilH to lie worst off in the States in which the white are most numerous and powerful and hap piest, and most secure in those Suites in which tiny are them.-elves the largest pro portion of the population. We have been for some time, however, struck by the fact that the complaints of turbulence, and the call for infantrv. cavalry, artillery, and the thanks to (Jod that we ' ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 November 1874

tc. (Scncricrc ff air i'huj. Is ITBLl-llBll EVMIV TIlL-ll'DAY Iir S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. office on .M.i:Ki:r MicKirr, South SiIi r Publio ISfpiaro. TEEMS OF SUBSCBIFTIOX: Invarial.ly in advance. oi-,.c-jy, n'ji-.ir fi .10 QlI-M-1 icrt t ifrJtlli' I'ost-oIIic' I..."- CIul of tuvniy tj b-uiii Tost-oiJict. ."Z . a J3C1.;." rates lo not ajip.y to the c.tyot Ste tf. Grama? fair lajr. FATE PLAY BATES OF ADVEKTISI50 : One,ju.ire, ity wort. one in-.-r:itn . ft.W Kacli .-uVeiit'Ct :nM rlien ... '0 l!utne-s cunl". nu-ti .-jun-e jsrxear t"..ix) OiM--iju.irtvr i-oh::iia. one .ur . SS ine-hAlf "olun:n, -ne . Uaecoluma, onejer." . uv.iy 1'u.j'Uyeit a tvrnicaicnt harceitl.y iu. inch. tj" All transient aiIerti.Ui; uai-t bepaMfor in a.lt anoe J3- Yearly a.l f rti-tfiuenta j-ayaMe ijaarierly in a,lvaace. Democratic to the T-lub! VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. THURSDAY. NOVEMI5EU J. IS7-1. NO. 22. POETRY. FALI.ES LEAVES. I1V WILL WALLACE HAI'NKV. Thedyinir tiiniii-r h. Rpillc.l it. blood, Oh, the...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 November 1874

Nana Shaib. The -:.lilc confirms the capture of JEFFERSON HOUSE, . .. ..... ler... wiui a. i feet. :i ilManceof c- - - ---scX t;! .. ,;:,.., t ,,,,, V) Is reporjej ,y the Hy re-pm-l of Throe U --v Jack-on C.i.-'!,-11 .of. to have been :t '(- ' ' i. .. . . l )... f.i ...,.:. him l... iiver flratiiro .,i.,!u"it!.ti:,-.ix :'-.n- ,t,f,..8, r.: !:- ?.t".,".riiV".1, ui:L. :l ?J,.U "! this r. human monster of seventeen J 011' II Voltis!', Vi 'r. i " ... it;.. ..... , ..J,.,.,.' H rain-.!" o. mrtv t'liMlrol arm r:. liKVUY SMITH, Proprietor. .,,..., o.cr throe thousand Woman. y- .r- rfgo, surrendered to th 1 ..-- .-v p.-op'e were I., attendance, anil a Woman's sphere has ever i.cci! cir- bv :!. i..:.harajah of Scidia, .3t?V J 0'" ' -i'iitofii:ir::v.- v:in!!i:ii!(n:ircv::ileil. f:;!ir.:r.i)i- i and bounded by a tew !'ri'i-h In lm was in a blaze !-r4?2F' ., : .. ;,. .......... n.,...l : i ... .- . . . . . :' 7S'JSC'j:- .......... .... t .-;......tw... .....v. ... ........ ;.:iy, ani no ono mad...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 November 1874

-stricken faces, two sisters who v.eie fMri-i- rni v ciTIrIi . with tho deceased at ,e ball follow- J 1 -N -LIA,U . ing with loud iameiitalions. Some- fM(, , body will,c this i.dcMt as a warn-, f lIAS- J- JAlKOC 111'.. in;r no-aiii-l tin? um.. !.... I . r ' ... r'-"-""' " ru m:,. THURSDAY. - - NOV. !S7. ! time, hut nho did not know it. dancing hut preachers have hoc, blOVBS, Till, M EWU known to fall dead in their pulpits.1 nf .,11 K';,ic vri-o man r-ays,thero is a time to' v;iJ T ,,,,.,. .. T , .,,"., .. lance." It was not th.s young lady's , V tJl MS0u"S Cefeta feii - J,...:. NEW STOIiK! Edward Sovssler STE. OENEVIKYH M'. K- 1 - a lull ai:I i-onU'l.-i. k i. I'auc y Ciaidici--. ami Tine ( . .. '.: - Also Kccp. J. ii. JIOIM-INS. r TiJt' (irt':i! India:: l-Inrei..'. .i t I oi'liev at Law. IiiHniit'.j M:tTiur i I.ii-Im. ;i it n-: :.. j.v.t- . .. -xr.:. Sto. Oie.iO'ee. Mi X.' !fii-: -e'" the !.-:-. i- :.--." . i-r ir :., or .r. !.ro tl. at one !::i.- or ;--iit ,::-...-.i i r r rul .r'....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 November 1874

The Chattanooga Convention. Xcvit in th: annuls of any country did a mon: sorry lot of nta!s conic ti;rtli-r under j)rctcuo of political btiMiios than those whom Poker .lack. Powell Clavton. lohn I'atU-r.-on. Charles Ananias Hays, 'I'inch," and Chandler asfcmhlc at Ch'at tjinooju They seem to have .'at to tin press of the country for the icii-portniits of a national rojiuen' jrallcry. So rc.-iK-ct-ahlc iicWi-pajx-r ha tieated them other wife than with unmeasured contempt. Our contemporary, the New York Txmen, felicitates its readers iijiuii the unhappy circumstance that they actually M.-i:in.tiil without doin quite all the disreputable things they came to do. John I'attersoii nri;iii:.t.-.l the scheme to inaugurate the third-term campaign for Gnuit, and ;ct control of tTooix and pat ronage in return ; but Grant let him iin lerstand that the participation of a ir-'U'A lik(; this would riiiiijv-rytliiiir.aiiil -o.lohn didn't even put in an .ipjhmriihv. .lohn and Moes and ChamlxTlaiu 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. — 12 November 1874

cf-fc. (tencricrc .fair iMaij. I- l'l l:u-!'M f.Li: .uri:-liiY I:Y S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. own i: : MiKKti -n:;.jrr, Kotitli Si'ic I'ulilm Hiu:u-f. $tr. (Srncvirrc fair Jtotf. FATE PLAT 7" KATES OF ADVERTISING : Oa.iu.Atv -ty W'tU, on itv-nttjoti f ! 00 Utiiu.;f caiL . , iu..1 -i r -ir . 0 i tu"-lu.iTtT c. iinin, n. v4.ir X iJ Ono-hull ivlciun. -iio - ,W i One ooluiun, oniiar In i liIlaj"ti Ailrcrti-cawnt char?l h the inch, tn adi-incc -J-Yrl? a-lwrtifi-tucnla iay.iW qmrtrrly TESM3 0? SUBSCRIPTION: Invaiiiltly in it.lvimfe. lii- r -;iv. ! i ar llii'it.t !. 1 1 - .Me- I'm l.I.l.i t.f III. 1UJ t" -JII-- Democratic to the Hub! STE. (1KNEVIKVE. MO.. THURSDAY. XOYEM11KR 12. isTi. ..Hire .t-.l!.cc . I .'..'. Ej-CN'tr-l - lo not upnly to the c.tyot M Jim Wile. VOL. III. NO. X. J'OETKY. anowtxa up. tli, to I ji tin iii still itioiin.l us, hatiy .1 trim.;-, lrch purr "Molli. C" Mni!- th ir ple.-t-iirt-fi crownm:.', ",lllOlller,-,,' ki-s llieir f-..rr.MH . nr.; Oil, In kit i the w:tni lul...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 November 1874

ft K HVXitV VMITII I.-,....;...... 1 - THURSDAY. NOV. li lT t IC8 KC3I21I. . . '1'hc "tM.il wave" that has hwcj'1 ! elected on! of the twenties!., judi-' tivcr the country ami engulfed the j ci:;l circuit, aii.l i:i hir, cleclioi' wo i Ucpubliraii p irty in its vortex has l may !:i.:d cauie rot-abundant yn.li.'ica 3oon more signally dNastroiH in thai . '. Ks laaj.-ruy ia iho circuit is oranktutioti than con tho rtn.sV ciioukIi, I'e.v.cn know's, ion fanuine fi:cfrlH '! the I)t:n:ot;Vicy ' any u-vf5 ptirpov. Maligned. pcise darcd I'.opo.. Indiana, Oki", Ma-s:t- j'.".i('"J ttli.i i.oundcd by liis enemies,' rJuH-.tr., Illinois ami ait -'he Jcepul'-! ' i.a.'ai.ter availed hy everv con-' &c:i.;. .-::t-y:liolils have fail'.-:! iti'.o '.ho. I t civahlo civaJon of malieo ami vin hands dt' the enemy :.ml from pre--. d:ciivcp;;::s, hu Las been well ami tra-1 ent appe-iincc-, wuJ-isij Sty bur- j ly vindicat. il. Iiiu nati;e coun VieJ tho politrod Sampson in thr-ir i '.j Ste. Genevieve, gave...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 November 1874

r.ocAL MAirricie?-.. . :.,n- ; : , ., Weddm:; on Tu -dv. X., i..r:--7. 1,1 " tii ' '"" ,.!'' " u.kt-no wine " CU...r Mi f..r:n. i in ulu i-. Icr -rii.i.I t e:. uh t l i-overed by an oi li.'iar "('. O. I)'-." Cuii.iiiui.io.tion caw too ht. A ki-v-honi d i-, arraiiirod :it !:itc for this issue. It vV.l ajipiar lost n.e side o: the frame. As t'i - .merra- I'ltiu-V C'aiUUCS. (hv;rd Scv. t-TK. i.-ESEYIEY-. ' K-;3 !S.llr0 ee-spii-.- . J. ii. HOB BINS. Ti:o ..ren i::t!:an ru-'?.--. A ' ioniev l i,;iv. IiiHuiteh snperfor In ii:ich::. , t r -irike- the ke. s ti.o t jr.-p ,;.d.!. ii,--.:.: i . i ivjio are .-.m-ed to .iron irr.m taeir r.n.wi(iii in over, Inii troo'if are ti . i , i - . i , i o-pc.-'.ive. l..::t (v;U. aioarrar-;. '. bc-iny rj.ls.ee! :it Ritzier A Jokert- - THURSDAY. I've C 1" ...i vci ti-.il! v a:- ! ! the tu-r i!'!.TV : tin' tnaehiiiej on to x. narruv.- rime, ar.ii sr.- 5 A '.so Kcpt.. Wim:.-, Llt-ioUS, .... ii. P-rrv :ii i iT Ti r Sto. Cionex it vi. Mi. ! N....t mi -..; f.L h...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 November 1874

HOME AMI FOIlEUiX (.0SSI1. HoTKi.-KKErEns arc :t jri-m-rou wt ot fellows. There I not one of them hut i williiijr to admit that hi- coiniiciitor.- are without arrival. -Miciiaki. Shay saitl on a San FrancUco lior.-c-ear. in the hearing of Contliiclor lo Kcnna. that all coiiiltictors were thieve. Mr. MeKeiina prciiaretl to vindicate lii rcnitation. lie took oil' his coat anil hat ami laid them in a corner, ranjr the hell to stop the car. and then pounded Mr. Shay into a nia-i of hrni-cs a-, he Iiauleil him from his i-cat to the platform anil thenee to the .-trcct. "oinliietor McICenna".-n-int.-ilion tor proluy i no w iiiHine-tioned. .Ml--i Hi'iiKrci Smii ii. of Simp-'in Coun ty. .Mi--., rentetl piece of jiroiiwl la-l s-prin-f, from which "lie rai-ctl, with the a--i-tance of a little hrother ol ci'lit ami a M-lcr often car-of a;rc. eiht bale- of cotton and pleutv of corn, potatoes, etc.. to .-iipport her little family and team. Mi-.s Smith N an ornliali ot -ixtccii. and tupporl- her l...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 November 1874

tc. 5cncvicvc fair i'lait. S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. offki: on .MAUKKr -iki.kt, hsolltH SiI !" 1'lll.ili.- Siiu.-ti-c. tr. Genevieve f x i'latf. FATE PLAY. KATES OF ADVERTISIS 0 : On? .;n it'. itv u.tn'-, on' mrtiim ft i1 l;aim-. 1 -ji.. . jrar isl i nt'-IU.rt r Ci. pn -u.r ST iim-h-th 'lu!iui. r t Onr lun;n. out- jiar' . . Uv i ILpliTtl a Ivrru'twm? ciiAi ri tv Ui4 inch. tran-unt :i'lv'i:i?U-. nm-t W pat.l for :q a.lvani'i XJlr ihtnTtiM-iiU'StJ j.iaM- jajrtirly la t . TEEKS 0? SUBSCRIPTION: Inv .iri.illy in ndvni.oe. Hill- l..V. ttl.' w ir Chii.t 1 i in- l"--t-iili'--cliif, of twenty to sa'i.- Pu-i-ni'jce .. ..n u Democratic ro the Hub! STK. (i EXKVIKVK. MO.. THURSDAY. NOYKMHKli IS7-I. $(nuiTiitc-sdu not apply to the cityot St. Genevieve. VOL. III. NO. 21. ' f T 4 POETKY. FROM EAST TO WEST. itv -iav rHtAic.i:. Th lct.it r:ir-t JiHtM her iiitMrm;r-; ';i1 liit OM VtrM, w with a Mnil, An-1 noiM Im,1v1 hack f i-im! A i-liii.iiijr u.'ikuof fo:un t-hinl T the heart of tin t-uiwt rvl. H...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 November 1874

I.CMVY .SMITH. I'ropriftor. TIIUK-jDAY. - - NOV. la Dunklin Utility is anol'.er strong- -eM f jf the Tadj ile., JIaj. (ion'.iy "got t h r-c-j vote. oa Pctiiisctitt county gave t-ir o votes fat "Gentry, and o n c foj. Jolm M.';ii ticlli. There is lots of Tadnole-j in ti-zt futility. Mr. II. V. Yogt informs in ilia in , ported to b.; very n. concerned about lons.Miuenca of jj.j Miccesn of the ( it ,dt it.l.if'f ::i d !:.tighit.g h ith the of pemot raiie jiarly in I., uisiana, fii.ai .,' (..it it vprv (.0f) building will go on at :t fro'e into 3ti-' men alter u.w.-vrec rn-st. V.,;..l.h. .1,. .,1.1 ! ...r,,l l,mrt ......!.- , l),,m.,s.;,. vii.i.w. , j "i .. ...ii.ii sp-.-a o. i:nr)cr.-itc vie- lories, 'i'hey tboatc of the Tadpoles. ev To Our Patrons. The campaign is over, and we well lir.tjsfied with the le-ult. :ic Vi bj not see that it is necessary tn agi tato political matters in thi hla'e Jiuy more at th jirosent, and in viuw ;l liiis fact we expect to hav very Jitlio to .say polilu...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 November 1874

THURSDAY. - NOV 1!i,ls7l OFFICIAL DlUECIOaV. 1 Carl Schurtz. ! St Louis, U.S. Senators Me fLuwi-sV. l?ov, St. Iuk Mo. Fourth C'Hi;r'?Monal DUtrict Cuiitn- of W:i-iiint '!i, to Francois, Su-. iScnu vievc. lrnii, Miuli-uii, I'urrj, C: (iran!i; u, l5ilii:T, Wnvnc, Kcviiold.-, Cnrti-r, Itutler. fciHrl, Scutt. .MU5iiini, Nuw MmlriJ, Dunklin, Ifinicut, llijily. mid Oregon. l;.ti rt A. Hat her, if. 0., Nun ilndriJ, Mo. Tw-nty thiiJ Si'iiutnrial Dilri- (!uun-tk-n o) JcirT5on, WiuliiiiKton, Hi. Frai.coi mid St'. (ii-ncvii'vc. Firmiii A. l'u.ier, S.'iiatir, Sto. enc--iov'. Mo. Twentieth Judicial Circuit- Countirs i.f Bollin'T. 1'i-rry, Miidi?on, Sic. Cciievicvc oud St. Francois. William Carter, Judge. Farmiiigton, Mo. Thim.s ok Ct.rar. In llollingir countv, 2nd -Mond'ns in March and September. ndne"u'mw'U,,ti'' '" auKb 'inlvrrVeintv, M Mondays in April! and October. " I In Ste. Cencvieve county, 1st Mondavi In MayandNovemher. I inoi. i tU....n, ... May and November. file. Ui-imicie County Off...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 November 1874

HOME AM) FOREIGN GOSSIP. Thk Monnon Temple at Salt Lake v:i cotiiiiiuiunl tvwiity yiiirs :i;ro. and tin: walls are now only fourtii.-n feet above ground. fiERMAXY lias just laiinclinl 1mt f-evcntli iritn-c-luil. Aiiotliir is to lie lumichi-d in April. Twelve armored conrettes f'.iOO ton iiicli for harbor defense are in itroct. of construction. A :ak-i.oai of wild animals passed over the MU-oiiri, Kansas ami Texas road not lon since, dotined for some Eastern mart. The carjro con-i-tol of coii;riir-. American lions horned toad, etc., all captured in Texas. A ihm; eonimuiiiltil to lie on a wajroti at Taunton. Ma- lately, during the aten-e of his master, stayil alone at hi- po-t from one Friday afternoon till the fol lowing Monday evening without lood or water. In Hartford, not lonir Mniv, when; tin-e-tate of a bankrupt, upon settlement, only allowed a dividend of one-half ofone per cent., the highest ilivideud was ." on adelitol 11.000 to the wile of the bank rupt, and the lowe-t was l...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 November 1874

tr. rncvifvc irair 21ag. FATE PLAY. 1? priiu-iir.K r.uuv nn.sr.vv r.t S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. office on" j:ai:i:k!' -.i:Ki:r, South Sido of Iiiblio Stiuuro. RATES OF ADVERHSING : One -.;r iitr won, f no in-triion fO K-uti ?utt-rnu-ul "in-M-rliim ... 0 H-.-.n cant-. lecn m- u e i-r.ir i .-i . ..--iu irur r.lan.u. i lit . . jr . v Ont--h-:t column, 'iu-Wt Our coluiuu, oue -ar" .... . . !t0 IV li-pUyrt! .i lvrruenit r.U tl.ari-rti by tin inch. jj- All lraR-u-n( aJvfrti-in nm-t W for in advance j-J-Yt-arly dIviTtitinut i.ij-Mr -luartrrly TEEMS OF SV3&CHIPTI0K IriTariiilily in ailviT-ce. On.- cpy. .me e-r SI .1 Oiil ! I. -. I s--.in- I'..-:-.Mlj - I . w (,'Iuoof l.vitly tofuni- l,i-..ilics- g . o tCliiiri.tf3iloEut!'j.:.ly to the c.ty ot Stc Imiivicve. Democratic to tlto Hub! VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. THURSDAY. XOYKMHKR 2K, NO. 2.-i. POETRY. love Ayn REST. lMvt it txr'ftrr than m.' IlEMiV TlMICOft. Kest will poon !o jminUnl , lear Think of all the li.ir-i Wtii-n 'u mtrli Ui....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 November 1874

TUUItSDAY, - - XOV. 2'5, 174. Constitutional Convention. Tlio Constitutional Convention wai carriod at tlio lale eloction, and tbc penile will be called upon elect delegates. to it. within tho next thrco months. The framing of a cons'.ilution or iinrcvcrsiulo law, is something that requires much thought and is & question of groat moment In tho selection of delegates to that conToniion wo should tend men of ability, and raon well versed in mat ters of law, and those too, who will look to the interest and wolfaro of the people, and not such as will frame a constitution in tho interest of Ilailroads jlnd Corporations. They should be men of lionoaty in togrily and high moral standing. This election will be of moro im portance to tho poople of this state than any othor that wo may have in a lone time, except the question or adopting the now constitution after it is framed by tho. delegates. Tho convention will ba composed of six ty-eight delegates two irom each senatorial district. T...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 November 1874

M THURSDAY. - NOV. 20. 1874. OFFICIAL DIBECIOttY. " CarlSchurlz, U. S. St Louis, Mc, Senators LowisV. Boxy. J fct. Louis, Mo. Fourth Congressional District Counties of Washington, Sto Francois, Sic. One Tier. Iron, Madison. Perry, Caws Girarde au. Bollinger, Wavne, Reynolds, Carter, ltutler. Soddard. Scott, Mis8usir.pi, New Madrid, Dunklin, Pcmbcot, Riply, and 0rP&t A. Hat-hcr, M. C, New SfwnSv'liiird Senatorial D'lElric Coun ties of Jefferson, "Washington, St. Francois and Sic. ueucvieve. FirminA. Bozier, Senator, fete. Gene Twentieth Judicial Circuit Counties of Bollinger, I crry, Jiaaison, ave. wt mndM. rrancois. William Carter, Judge, Farmington, Mo. Terms or Court. Tn Bollinmr county, 2nd Mondays in tl.n-ti ml Sentembcr. In Madon county, -Jib Mondays in March and September. Ia Perry county, 3d Mondays In April nd October. In Sto- Genevieve county, 1st Mondays In May and November. In St. Francois county, 3d Mondays in Way andiovcmbcr. Ste. CcBeTleve CorniU" eflelals. Represe...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 November 1874

HOSE AXD FOKEIUN GOSSIP. Ax Englishman has just bought at IJor ikviix. for 1,MX) francs, three bottles of Medoc wine, of the vcar 179:1 $l"!Oa bot tle. A Montgombky (Va.)'paK-r relates that a colored Ijoy in that vicinity di-plays a lassinnate craving for ki-ro-ene. which lie drinks in large i-uantilics and which pro duces wild intoxication. Oaitaix John Boston, of Lewis County, Kentucky, ajrud ni cty-livc, and a veteran of the war of 1812, is about to be married. His intended bride is only a year older than himself. It was for fifty years the sole aim of Janics llalloxv of "Ve.-t I'uilley, Mass.. to get "a home of his own." So fixed was his mind upon this, idea that it almost amounted to a mania. He worked ince s-aully and saved his earnings pari-inoni-oii.lv until, a mouth ago. lie was able to buy a farm. lie took po.-e. ion, and died twenty days aflerwanl. Mi:, ami Mrs. I.v.viki. I!i;kloy died at Gcne.-ec Falls. X. V., a few days i-ince. They wen; each over eighty years ol age. a...

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

tc. (OrncriciY fiv apfcuj. I- 1-1 IILI-lir.l KVl-l'.V lHfi!MAV I.V S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. urna. os 3i.':K!.r -.uixr, Soutli Si.lo ol PiiMi.. S...i:,i-.,. TEBJIS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Invariably ; a.Jvsi.tc. " ?i .vi '"" ". 1"l t k..iii- I'li.t-nrJire J -Iul. of tu. iiiy sue:- 1'int-uOlcr. ' if." 0 sCliit rates do nut aii'.ly to the cityot Stc FATE PLAY. BATES OF ADVESTISHCG : One&juarr, sixty wiipU, one insertion. . KucUMtbtiutnt'iiwriicn .JO ltu-.me can!-. tiu-ti ,-ave p-rrjvar . tVrtt iu-ia artcr fotu.im. inriar " S.ti Oiie-htU column, itueur . .V 0 Urn? ooluniu, one r." . ltx.t) XiCnyel advertwrnienki ci:A'rv-.i by the inch. JLi'.VH Iran-! nt adtcrUala;: :uus U paid for m udiantv ZJ Yearly advert i-rititQt4 payable quarterly la a.Uaace. Democratic to the Hub ! VOL. III. STE. UKNEVIEVK. MO.. THURSDAY. DECKMP.EK :;. 1S7I. NO. 2(5. POETRY'. TIIK OLD HOME. BV WII.I.1VJH.1.VCK II lU.M.T. All .tlt-lo.,r qi,i t held the c-nrtll 1'cin-ath lln- u inter iij.hiii. lit' cricket i hirjii-...

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

star ft SMITH, Proprietor. Ti l ilSDAY. - DEC. IH74. 'l i.n lound houwe and a locomotive; .-(jo coiiKuroed by firo at East St.! T last work UllUUiJUU IU i.'j Illinois Narrow Gauge I It Cheater Tribune fay: iHiuocraU arc holding jollification :i.'c:i:igs all over the country iu lion ' ' tlio rccont victuries. Wo al v.,y. like to J.'in-fii-hiMiii festivijies, 'it .vo cant jollify Ibis time. - ilv, -j. John A. Logan, of Illinois, 'a c included to try hii luck in an .;!!': direction than politics. He '. i- purchased 100 fect in tho Dives -!c for 8100,000. Probably 'tis a.-, for the sun of bis political hoi i : 'sn m set forever. Vise result of tho Iato elections in J.'i-.':a!ia and Florida don't seem to :!'. the earpot-baj- clement very ' W. as they have resorted to all i ''U of fraudulent means that it is p'iblj to devise in order to retain ' jscondency ; but tho people have :'.;! in their might and demanded J ij.ice, and tboy are likoly lo get it. T:io Farmington Times advocates he cl...

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