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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 April 1875

THURSDAY. APRIL 22. 1x73 trnciAL MIECTMY. ICarl Schnrte. St Louii. Mc, Lewis V. Bofcjr, St. Lniis, Mo. Fourth Congrrwinittl District Countif f Washington, Ste Francois. Sta. Gene ir. Iron, Madison, Perr?,Cape Girarde u, Bollinger, Wavna, Reynold, Carter, Butler. b3dard, Scott, Mississippi, New Madrid, Dunklin, Pemiscot, Riply, and Oregon. Robert A. Hatcher, M. C, New Madrid. Mo. Twenty third rnatoria1 Distrie Coun tls of JeflVwon. Washington, St. Francois and Ste. Genevieve. FirminA. Bozier, Senat.r, Ste. Gene vieve, Mo. Twentieth Judicial CircuitCounties, or Bollinger, Perry, Madison, Ste. Genevieve and St. Francois. John It. Robinson, Judge, Perryville. Mo Terms os- Court. In Bollinger county, 2nd Mondays in March and September. In Miitlison county, 4th Mendayi in March and September. In Prry county, SI Mondaya In April aad Octutier. In Site Genevieve county, 1st Mondays lnMayan.lSofemb.r. T. tit Franco. countv. 3d Mondavt in Mar and November. 8te. VcacTleve Craiti clalt. Represen...

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 April 1875

MISSOURI STATE NEWS. BeawraJ Sfetcs, The Directors of the Jt-aerson City, Leba non and Southern Rail my Company have awarded the contnu-t to build and equip that road to tlic Central Railway Construe ion Company, composed of 3Ir. Samuel wood ward, Mr. 31. S. Carter, Mr. Powell and their au-ociitea of St. Loob. Mr. Woodward, the Superiitendent of the Indianapolis and St. Looia Bail road, is Preaident or the Construc tion Company. Work is to be commenced within thirty days, and the road completed to the Cole Countv line ready for the cam by the Unit of November next. The road U to lc n'flHt-class narrow-iauge, with track three feet wide, and to be finUhcd and provided with flrst-clasri rolling-stock. The Governor lias appointed John S. Maro-aduke and Mortimer Mcllhaney Hail road Commissioners. Forty-one bonds of $1,000 each have been is sued to Mevbcrg & Wangelin, and Hancock, Roach A Co., under act of March 29, in pay ment of loss sustained by annulling of con tracts for prison 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. — 29 April 1875

J8c. "Sfttfiicif px gtatt. is ri-cuHEa evirv tjichskay bt S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. offxck on MAKKEr :i:ket, Soutli Sid-' r IuVlio Square. tf. 5rnmrt? air gtatt. FATE PLAY. SATIS OF ADTSXTIXXO : One .;uv, ity iml, one t-rlio... t.t'0 ltcli suUcUtnt iom:Uu ............. ,-t) ltaitH-s.s cmi., S tnen fi.-tt .t;cat . tVou enc-tiU-.r:cr column, use jiur :.-i.t.i One-ha.r co!g:.-.n. it-.-., r . .VVi One coliuuu, one year.". ; l.V.'.X) P..-pl-rd UrertiicaaenU vSuurv-l by the inch. JAll trsa!cntjTrtia:ns must bo pai,: for ia advance. C5 Yrsrlr ad vertiseUHnU i-ejible quarter! j ia adtaacc. TEKM3 OF SUrSCSIFnON: JnvrUMy in a vane,-;. i ciy. !n r si Ui -Clti-txt i-n t hini.' -t-'I"i'- Z' Club of tV-n!y U Jinc i-Wt-uIliC:. . 2 .. 0 "d"Clubrutesii(jnotrX'iiy to the citcl Stc tiem-A'icve. Democratic to the Hub ! VOL. III. STE. CiEXEVIEVK. MO.. THURSDAY. APRIL 20, 1S7:. NO. r POETBY. L EX ISO TOX l??r,. tsx juiur ;. wiiittii:u. No maddening thirst for Mood bad tlicv. No battle Joy u theirs who ...

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 April 1875

mi Ilka 8. 11X11 SMITI, rnprletf r. THURSDAY, - APRIL 29. 1X7R ISN'T IT STRAN&E. It is wonderful how cortain journ al cn talk about "Coart "bouse riwr," "Towa oliqoea "Political wirjeiKnatioiie' Ac., when they don't happen to be faTorcd by these par ticular ring, and cliquoa. We know certain journal that howled about the coart house ring, caricatured it, he, and now, strange to say, is try ing to worm itself into that very same ring. It is also very strange to note what s vast amount of yooJ a liidc oil in the shape of legal ad vertisements, sheriff sales, for in stance, docg the machinery of those establishments. The very same one who oiled tbo machinery this time tveupied a place in that coutt bouse ring in the last election. Now, that journal is ready to bow the knee and fawn on biin. Verily sich is life." The great cry'' of "Kings," "Cli ques," Ac, w a vast humbug. Not i that such thing do not exist, by any mems, but from the fact that all par ties bsftr financial aud politi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 April 1875

It 3Ni TSCB6DAT. - APRIL 2fi. IK75 MVICIAL DIRECTORY. 1 Carl Schurt. c.b. banatan I - St Lua1. He, I V. Hoary, I Kt. Lfuii. Mo. Fourth, Ooiyrrrartonal DistrictCounties 0 Washington. 8to Kraacois, Ste. Geno tmt. Iron, Sfadtson. Perrv.fCape Girarde aa, BolHnjfrf, Wayne, Reynold. Carter, Bntler, Boddard, Hcott, Mississippi, Ni-w-atadrid. Dunklin, Pemiscot, Riply, and t5Pert A- Batcher, M. C, New Madrid. Xo. Twenty third Senatorial Distrir Cnun Uct of Jaffcreon, Washington, St. Francois and 8te. Genevieve. Pirtnin A. Hosier, 8enatr, Bte. Gene rfcv. Mu. Twentieth Judicial CircuitCounties of Bollinger. Perry, Madison, Mia. Genevieve ad St Francois, John B. Robinson. Judge. Perryvllle. Mo Tcsica or Cocax. Id Bolllngrr county, 2nd Mondavi in March and Heptamber. la Madison county, 4th Mendayi in March and September. Ia Perry county, U Monday! In April aad October. Ia tfte. Genevieve county, lit Mondavi la May aad November. i'. n i X jBOi. rrancui couuir, eu wnuivi in May and November. Mc. C...

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 April 1875

Moribud Political Promises. The sudden conversion of criminals rest ing under a sentence of death, and the unctuous expressions of penitence to which they frequently live utterance ou the eve of Its execution, liave Ion;; been .a subject of psychological study among cu rious inquirers in mental' pathology. Whether these contrite expressions pro ceed from an inward spirit of compunction, or are inspired by a servile fear of " the wrath to come," arc points about which the acutest doctors may differ and the soundest casuists disagree, for It is a pain- IU1 urawoacK upon uic sincerity nun which a condemned culprit may deserve to be accredited, that, owing to the infeli city ofhis position, he is doomed to pub lish all his penitential professions under circumstances which preclude the possi bility of his living lonr enough to "bring forth fruits meet for repentance." Wit dislike to indulge ill unplcu-aiit comparisons, but, mindful though vc are of Dogberry's famous dictum, we must take ...

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 May 1875

tr. 6mmnx .fair gtag. FAIE is rcBU-iiEo cviur tucksdav jiv S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICII ON" MAKKEr .-IKECT. South Sils ..! PviMi.. Su:mi. TEEKS OF GUBSCEIPTIOK: Invariably in advance. tncc.itiy.oiic.vcar tl.sn Cluliol !' I H-oie-l"o-t-.l'k--- li.7,: Chili of twenty tossine I'.ui-uniu-. . . '. 11 53-CIuo rates do not apply to the c'tvut .ste Gtuevitve. ' BATES OF ADYEKTISIHG : I ' Ones.pir.', .ity worU. one in-, rtion. . I.l) I l-'aclitiiU.tie'.t'ni'insrrtioii '0 Hiiiuc- cards. . in. a ri-to pvrjrar . t".."J I tineparter oilman, .mev.ar . S.Vco t'nciiau comnm. en- tar .... ;j.i". One column, eiie vear . . 100. lJ lt-liynl adverttsriucuts cruised bv- the Inch. 7" U lrans.,nt advertising nut bo paid for hi advance 53"YraSy advcitie!i.Bt. pjiaMe jturtIy lu advance. Democratic- to the Hub ! VOL. III. STK. GENEVIEVE. MO.. TIILIJSDAV. MAY ,5. 187:. NO. -is. POETRY. AGAIN. nr kori: Tr.itiir i-ookk. Ciimi:, Rcntly limi thing o'er the e.-ijrcr land, With lresl. (freei. grata that sprin...

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 May 1875

1 SMITH, Proprietor. TllUKSDAY. MAY 6. 1H7.-I. NEW RAILROAD PROJECT. A Mr. Harwisc, a railroad engi vcr, is at present in our town. He represents Chicago parties, and is Mirvoying a route for a proposal nar row gaugJ railroad trocii Salem, in Dtiiit county, to stiike tlio river at tl'i-s point. Tho road will cross the 1. 31. II. II at Irondalc touch at the S . .leu) Mine and than down tho Fs labliimciit and cither tho Aux Vati.su o: one of the Gaborie creeks to liiis jxiint. Mr. Hnrwise wiys that the road will M Imilt without question. We understand that Iron and St. Francois counties have rained suHi cient fund to defray the expense ot Minvyinjr the routo through thoce two eoanlics, and wo understand that Mr. Jtarnrise solicit the same from the pooplo of this countj'. The amount required is but very small, and were we sum tho road would be built woui l 6ff a very profitable in vestment. Hut these are such day nlhumlinggcry in railroad project that people are inclined to look on mos...

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 May 1875

il J XflDBSDAY. - - MAY 0. 1x7.1, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Carl Scburt. i St Loufc, Mc. LowUV. Rj;y, St. fruit. Mo. Soiatori v.irih Connrea-lonal Dirtrict Counties nf WliinKton, Sto Francois, Ste. Gene vieve. Iron, Madiwo. PerrvCape Girardc ,u. Bollinpcr. Wayne, Reynold, Carter, Butler. Soddard, Scott, Mtamippi. New Madrid, Dunklin, Pemiscot, Kiply, and ihert A. Hatcher, M. C, New JMrid, Mo. .... Twenty third Senatorial Diitric Coun ties of Je"CWon. Washington, St. Francois and Sto. Geneiev. Finiiin A. Jtorier, Senat r. Sin. Gene vLve. Mo. Bollinger. Perry, Maditon, Sic. Genevieve j Twentieth Judicial xircuu--x.ouni.ic3 01 mni Si Frnnrois. Join, U. i:..b;nnn, Judae, Pcrryville, Mo Tkbms or C'ofRT. In 15ollincer county, 2nd Mondays in March and September. .... In Madion county, 4tU Meiidays in Mnrdi ind Septeiiilxr. In P'-rrr county, .'II Mondays in April and October. In Ste Genevieve county, l.t Mondays t.. Uavmiil November In St. Francois coui.tv, Sd Monday in J My and Noiember. Ste. ti...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 May 1875

KU-KLUX OUTRAGE. Shocklnc Treatment of Defenaeleaa Xe jfrocn In Jackson County, Mo. Two or three negro "men and thi-lr fami nes, wito iiacu 10 oeioii 10 Aquiiia fouu, 01 uim county, and who liavc been very materially aided by him Mtice the war, have, by their industry, accumulated and iiaici on auout two hiinureu acre: 't land in Fire Prairie, in this county. Their manners and general conduct have been of the most exemplary kind, and it was tin njrlit had won tiie highest rerard 01 ineir white neighbors. A few days aro, however, a mo;t mi Taa!leled mid was niadu upon them by the iitm-srrncrate Ku-klux of the neighbor- iioju. twenty white men, disguised a farmers, armed with axes and riding on fifteen wagons, met in the neighborhood 01 uie ns-nienee ot the negroes anil began to load upand haul oil the rads,wliich they had made to fence in anew "forty" for corn the present season. All day thee heartless Hii-klux hauled and fenced and cut and slashed until all the rails weie taken olfa...

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 May 1875

tf. tfenrrirrc afo gtotj. ia ramsiiEti kvsbt tiicksdat bt S. HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. OFFICS ON MARKET SITEET. South Side or I'ublio S-iu.-tro. TDtMS OF 8USSCKIPTI0X ' IaTarUliljr la advance. fine ! , one er ll.Stl Club of ten to Mlw I'osl-oflior li.it Club of twenty to same Post-office; 2 u 0 Efaah rates do not apply to the city ol Ste. Ocucvicre. tr. 6mroftY air jtojj- FAIE PLAY. KATXS 0T ADVESnSTKQ : One squire, sixty word, ono inMrtioa... l.C0 Kara subsequent icsrrtivn :o Ilomrsa eanls, .V in.-.l (jure prrjear .. 6.00 One-iir:-r column. tnejar . ... 3J.w Ooe-nalf column, one vcar ... 55.00 Oaecoluma, oncyuar luo.u) Puplaj-rd adrcrtiKlscnU cturrcj lr the inch. KJ".lt transient advertising mast be paid for hi adtasce. EJ Yearly JdvertbcnxKU pavabU ijuaricrly in advance. Democratic to the Hub! VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1875. NO. !. POETRY. AFTER. A little time for laughter. A little Use to nine, A little time to kits awl cling. And no more kissing after. A li...

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 May 1875

8. BENKT SMITH, Proprietor. TU17IWUAV. MAY 13. 1873. Senator Carl Schurz wan in .New York on Tuesday, tho 2?tb ult., and lio mot with a warm reception, as he usually doe,' wherever he goes. On the evening of that day a sumptouf tinner van given by his admirers in hat city, and it was hugely enjoyed l.y the participants. This gentleman lias departed Jrorn our shores on a viit to the fauiiirlatid, and may be absent for several moiitha. TSa ignorant, stupid fellow, who rwnng the Faber ovtr the paper upon which the column devoted to the Faiu I'lat and published in a cer tain "Ileriiiophodito" journal in this city, was written askft, "Why was not a financial t&itomctit of tho kind published heretofore? Why was nut the Free Frets, which has al most double the circulation of t Ik Fair IV at, asked at what rato it would publish the statement!" This ehowfl Low remarkably wcil our neighbor is pr-gtcd. He dors iul know that the law requires the publication of an annual rtatcmont of the fin...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 May 1875

gm iky THURSDAY. - - MAY M. 175 OFFICIAL DIKECTOET. I Car! Schurtx. 1 St Loui, Mc, f Lewis V- Bofy, tr. s. Seuatori J hi. Jyuit, mo. F.-urth ConKrerloiil Dittrlct Countiti of Waahlnfrton, Ste KrancoU. Sto. Gene vieve. Iron, Madison, PerrvCape. Girnnle eu. Bollinger, Wvr", Reynold, Carter, liutler. boddard. Scott. MiiuUsippi, New Madrid, Dunklin, PeuTuscot, Riply, and Oregon. ICbcrl A. Hatcher, M. C, New Madrid, Mo. Twenty third Senatorial Pistric Coun lioit of Je'fiVrson, Washington, St. Francois iiiid Ste. Uenevievre. Firm in A. Roiier, Senat.r, file. Gene vieve, Mo. Tentie.th Judicial CircuitCounties of Iiollinger. Perry, MadUoii, Ste. Genevieve and St. Fronting John II. liohinson, Judge, Perryville, Mo Tkbvis ok Cockt. Iu Rollinc r county. 2nd Mondays in March and September. In Madicon county, 4lh Mt.nduy in Marcli Mid September. In Perry county, HI Monday In April and October. In Ste Genevieve county, 1st Mondays In Mnv and November In St. Francois lountv, 3d Monday in SI ay and...

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 May 1875

A Presidential Calculation. Dnriii!r the canvass in Connecticut Mr. lllaine made a fpecch which is just now K'rvinsa puriionj very different irom tliat WHICH I1U IUL IL IU. If 111! wuiouv mittul to the Union, he said, the total electoral vote will be 3C9, of which 183 will be a majority. The South, voting as :i unit, an irive 138 votes. leavinir only 4i to be obtained out of the 231 that belong to the North. The three States of New York. Cnnriwtieilt and California Can EIV these votes. ''And if this design could Kiipirml. it. would oidv be history repeat' iiijr itself. A coins t an ovcrwlielming ma jority of the Free States, in isoo.a email Auction of them united with the South, and were enabled to fasten the Buchanan dynasty upon the country, with all the unnumbered evils that followed." Since the election in Connecticut, the Demo crats have found great satisfaction in re producing tins fcpeccn. Auciiniicu nuuiu is, of course, not yet accomplished ; but it s-eems not far oil", for ...

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 May 1875

tc. (Sttnairvr air ?tatj. M rCELISHEU EVXUV TIICBSDAT BV S. HENBY SMITH, Proprietor. office ox makkkj: sskekt, South Silo of I'ublio Stjurii-o. TERMS 07 SUBSCBIFnOH: InrsrlsMy In rdvsnce. UDtfO'b)', one vr $1.33 Club of ten t Post-oHice l.5 Club of twenty to -awe l'osl-uflioe. . . . 2 . tCl-Club rates do not i-r.ply to the cityot Stc (teuevicte. FAIE PLAY. satm or ALTxmnrare : Oa aaas-, sixty words, one Insertion.. Ewh MibMoiarnl insertion , Buuret canto, inch iws, pervrar.. One-quarter column, one vrar . .J.. One-half column, one year , One comma, one ytar l.t .a LM JS.nn S3.CJ 100.00 PijrJared ONttlMtoeaa charged by ass Inch. tj- All transient .rrrUlnr matt be paid for in advance. rs- Yfirlv idvertuetnenU payable aaartcrlT Democratic to the Hub! VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1875. NO. :o. in advance. POETRY. A MAY-FLOWER. 11V MBS. SI. A. HOABP. O tlADnr earth! llrilrht Mar on tinloft tteslii To lay her flower-crowned head upon Uiy nreasi; Her soft embrace thy fr...

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 May 1875

P K. 1KNBY SMITH, Fl-lfrfctir. THURSDAY, - MAT 20. 187.'.. Official paper of St. Gtnevieve County. WE JWE TO HAVE A COUNTY FAIR. The Board of Direct in of tbo Sle. tJonetiove County and Agricultural 'and Mechanical Society bare closed tbo bgain with tbo agent of Mr, Gregtrfre for the beautiful tract of )and lyiiHr, near town, known as the 'Pecan Orchard, which settles the -question a to whether we vro to have a Cenulr Pair or not. -This is 'one of the prettiest sites that- -cowld have been selected it being aufl! 'ciently large and level to mako .probably axnilo race track on."' We hope to HOt;n see evidences of ira .provini; it in tlio way of fences, baird .fings&c. ! Tho prcmiam list of the Society, too, should be issued as early as ptfs- "siblo in order that it may be well -circulated. There still remains a few '.ore shares of stock to be taken to Tmako the requisite amount to pat tho thing well on its feet. This is the first show of enterprise of any magnitude that we havo e...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 May 1875

Safe Wwl THURSDAY. ts7.- OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. "J Cl Schurte. I St Louis, Mr, f Lewis V. Bogy. U.S. Se.iatOTS I St. Louis, Mo. Fourth Congre?ional District Counties of Washington. Sto Francois, Ste. Gene vieve. Iron, Ma-iirtn. Perrv.'Cape Girardc au, Bollinger. Wavne, Reynolds, Carter, llutler. N-Mr1. Scott, Mississippi, New Madrid, Duuklin, Pemiscot, Biply, and Oregon. Robert A. natcher, M. C, wr Madrid, Mo. Twentv third Senatorial Distnc Coun ties of JcilV rf en, Wasbiugton, St. Francois and Ste. Genevieve. Firnim A. Busier, Senat-.r, Ste. 5cno vieve, M. Twentieth Judicial Circuit Cnuntu- of Bollinger. Peny, Madison, Ste. Genevieve arid St. Franco?. John B. R lijnson. Judge, Perrywllc. Mo Trail or Cocbt. Tn Bolting-r county, 2nd MoiidnjK in March and September. In Madison county, 4th Mcndaysin March and September. 1 1. Perry c.u;ity, 31 Monday tn April and October. In Ste. Genevieve county, 1st Monday In Mav and November In St. Francois countv, 34 Monday- in May and Nuu-mber. Sir. S...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 May 1875

HOKE 1KB FOBEieX GOSSIP. The Japan persimmon is being culti vated in California. 8eb how much better they wed to do things., On the 19th of April, 1775, it was 80 at Lexington. Ojcly seven of the sixty-one Cardinals who witnessed the Pope's elevation to the Pontifical throne are stU living. It costs the State of Pennsylvania a thousand dollars a day to , keep Us riotous coal miners under satyeettoa. Tms 18th of Hay has been fixed for the opening of the Erie Canal. This is the latest date for thirty years. Tax quantity of iron to be used in the com-trucdon of the Centennial bnildlngs will aggregate about 6,000 tons, of which more than five-eixths will be wrought. The oldest Fourth of Jnly orator in Massachusetts is Benjamin Hobart of Ab- ington, now 94 years of age, who deliver ed uie orauon on iiiuepvnaence uay in that town in the year 1803. Work has just been resumed for the ex tension of the fortress of Hayenee. In the contract there is a clause lorbiddinz the employment of French...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 May 1875

9 tt Gmmm air gtoij. 19 rrausuxD xrtKr tiicbsdat lir S. HENBY SMITH, Proprietor, ornoi ox makkgt stueet. South Silt of Publics Siuaro. TERES 0? SUBSCBIPTIOH: Invariibly advance. One copy, one year 1.S0 ClabOI lo Wsiroel'oet-olUr.-v li.it (jab of twenty to ttme Post-oflloe Sj.io f CJnlj rmta do not apply to the city ol Sic. FAIE PLAY. XATXB Of AOVXXTISniO : On fqnarr, siry were, one Inwrtlen... tl.CO Kadi rubsnpunt insertion -O BiMinn cainta, men spM per year .. C.W One-quarter column, one year 33.lt Or.e-h.Uf column, oar Jcu .5.C) One column, one year 10O.it) Displayed aJvertbrtoenti eharjcUby the lech. 3" All transient advertisins mast to paid for in adrasce. Tearly adrcrtltiK2t payaU quarterly in advance. Democratic to the Hub ! VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, MAY 27, IS75. NO. :!. POETRY. BETTER THAN GOLD. Detter than grandcor, better than gold , Than rank and title a thousand fold, Isabealtl.y body, amindatrae; . And simple pleasures that always please ; A heart that ca...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 May 1875

Hat? mm 8. HKNMY SMITH, Proprietor. THURSDAY. - - -MAY ll, 1H73. Official paper of Ste. Genevieve County. Hon. Thornis Allen, president of the Iron. "Mountain Railroad, has re ceived the appointment of member of the' Ccularmiul Commission front ?,:'. Hardin. No teller" selection tfjuld have beon made. . , - lloiiglass, the decapitate. 1 L'ummh doner of Interim! Uc venue, U out in (i card of Hclf dofontc m which he al ludes to bis attempts last January to break up existing arrangements fur fiaiid by transferring the supervisors nud special, agents into new district. Jlo says that in this tnovemeut be ua strongly backed by sctrclary litis tow. but th.il the President's old in my friend, Siipoi visor ilcDonald iT.Sl. Louis, balked by a crowd of congressmen and politicians, beseig v'd trrant and put a Htot to the pro IHiscd arraui'emcut. And noil turns tint that the gigantic fraud upon the revenue thai have iust been dis cvvottwl'aro, like ull the rent, tho ro suit of the Proaideul'rt p...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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