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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 May 1875

. "53 If a. I if-- 3E' jl THURSDAY. MAY 27. ls:r. OFFICIAL DllilCTOKY. i Carl Sdmrtz. St I...ui-. Mo. iat".rS Lysis V. Mogy, r-.i. j.-'ii it, no. V.-iiilh Concres.-iorinl District Countu a of Washington, Ste Francois. Sto. Gene vieve. Iron, Madison. Pem.'Capn Girarde au. Bollinger, Wnnc, Ketnolds, Carter, Itiithr. S"ddard, Scott, Mifi-iippi. New Jtadiid, Dunklin, FemUcot, Riply, and Jregori. jL.jBitert A. Uatcher, M. 0., New Madrid, Mo. Twenty tliird Senatorial Distrie. (Vtlri lice of Jefferson, Washington, St. Frt'ncVjii iit"! St". Genevieve. Firtnin A. Rozier, ensl ir, Ste. Gchc Vieve, Mo. Twentieth Judicial '('imift- 'Cmntieg of Bollinger. IVrrv, Madison, file. Genevieve tuiJ St. f mnWji. Johh !. Roid.-ifon, Judge, Penyville, Mo TkRUS of C'ot'RT. Tn Kollingir CAUility, Jud Mondays is March and September. In SI d if on county, llli Mondays in March and September. In Porrr county, 'M Mondays in Ajiri! Hiil October. In .Jtt tJ'jicV.-fc county, lrl Mondays In May and -N'oveiribei- n ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 May 1875

HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. Amethysts are found to the mines of Bayfield, Mats. The custom of kissing is said to be liolly unknown in China. Dulutii is fifteen years old and ncrer bad but one b reach -of-promise suit, and that was settled by giving the plalntifi's father a pair of cowhide boots with red tops. A mastodon skeleton weighing 1,600 pounds, the largest ever found, has been sent to Yale Collcse from Otlsvillc, in Orange County, N. Y., where it was dug up two years ago. Among the presents at a "wooden wed' dingiu Allentown.l'a., recently, was an immense cake. This was reserv ed for- the last: and when thev came to cut it. thev found it was only a cheese box covered witn icing. It Is statistically computed that 100.- 000.000 nuts of various kinds are annually eaten in this country. Which fact the New Orleans Picayune thinks may ac count for the prodigious number of col onels. According to a Denver, Colorado, pa- Cer, a "medium" in that place was nangeu 7 the spirits In a cabine...

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 June 1875

jWfc.Srncrte a;r jg lag. is rrousmcD xvzxy tuuksdat hi S. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor. tr. Gmvim f air gbg. FAIE PLAY. xath or ADT-Dtranra : On. qnar. sixty word, oasj toacrUoa... tl.M (Caen subMiueal uumion 0 Business card. S inch (pace per year. . . COB) Un-c.uartr column, on rear 35.09 One-half column, one Tear IS.W Oneooluan, one year. 100.09 Displayed advert Lismenla charted By U iaoh. E!rAU transient adrrrualaa; must b paid for is advuee. t7Yearly adrertiseaeaU payah! MBrtaili ia advance. South Sido of Public Square. IEBXS OF STJBSCBBTIO: Invariably In advance. One copy, one year. ai 50 Clnb of ten to m Post-oflice li'ai dab of twenty to MM Jroat-oOoe SJ.10 tranb rates do not apply to the eityot Sto. Oencvisve. Democratic to the Hub! VOL. III. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1875. NO. 52. POETRY. THE DEAD LETTER. vr joidi a. baxe. And can it be? Ah, yea, I tee, Ti thirty Tears and better Since Mary Morgan sent to me This musty, musky letter. A pretty band (she couldn't ipcl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 June 1875

b"b"b"b"b"Rbw it bbblbk? bbbbbK" bbH mt&A' m S. HEXHY SMITH, Proprietor. TOUliSDA V - JttXE. 3. 187 Official paper of Ste. Genevieve County. END OF VOL. III. With thin number wo complete the third voliimtvof tile FAHl Piat. How well' wo have por formed llio task we loavo il lo our readers to decide Wc can however find no fault with the public, lor wo have received liberal patronage, which wo lake as an omen that our courts hayo been reasonably aiilirt'jialcd; In future wesba'l try to mako tbo Fair Pi.ay a better papor than it has been in the past, and hope that our friends in ev ery section of tho coutitiy will ren der" us all the' assistance in their pow er, by way of furnishing items of news from the localities in which Oioy live, and also by kindly conlm uing the liberal patronage heretofore extended us. Next week, with the beginning of tho new voturan wc will tiinko the promised enlargement from tho pres ent bizo and shape to a five column quarto or eight pngo paper. The sub...

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

- v: I 1 IN .81 THURSDAY. - - JUNK. J. 175 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. i Carl Scliurtx, u. s. Senators St Louis, ytc. LewNV .Kojcy, SI. Louis. Mo. Fourth O.Pirr.nsi.mal District Counties of Washington, 8to Francois, Ste. fiene-ie-e. Iron, Madison, l'errr.'Capo Girarde au, Bollinger, Wnvne, Reynolds, Carter, lliitler. Soddard, Scott, Mississippi, Now Sladrid, Dunklin, Pemiscot, ftip'.y, and X)iSn. Rotwrt A. Ilntoher, M. C, New Madrid, Mn. Twenty third Senatorial Dit-tric Coun ties of Jefferson, Washington, St. Francois ami Ste. (Senevicve. Firmin A. Rozicr, Scn'at.t, Ste Gcno fievft. Mh. Twentieth Judicial Circuit Counties of Bollinper, Perry, MRdlE In, btc. Ueneyieye tan2 St. Francois. Joli n 15. J!..hinson, Judge, 1'crryvillc, Mo Ti'.ums ok Court. In Bollinipr county, 2nd Mondays in March and September. In Madison count-, 1th Mcndays in March Mid September. In Perry county. Si Mondays In April Hud OcIoImt. InSt (Jeneyie.ve county, let Mondays in Mil V and November. In St. Francois county, ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 June 1875

- S3Ses. 3R St' - r m it. AM IOMHX GOSSIP. -v.' -aaA--BB-am miiii. h wTiiuruiir Hnnvrmmi tth' learned pig, committed suicide be- toe mxxfi w LUU Hg CAUCCUCU JUS r ' '' r ri' na i f-n ti.i- it. i . '.7aaaa.'rree Baadred American ciris stuay- Towage.,: ThiQM tie 3d of Julv Boston will celebrate MifJLAur i r I a , 3r"iMuiui anniversary oi rrasniniriuii uc- s? AMfaon to tn ttu mmmnnrl nf tlie arm v. IBi lM BtCH UUlE UUL 1U life 1U1V VI a-?r ir aaauufi it a ivumuu uu uie j(ruuuus IM Bon-ad of New Haven, a practising &pByakian. for fifty year?, of about 1,000 STr!. ' Parsum at whose birtli he nrofesfionallv . .- wW, , M .MU 1 1 ior s tne ouicr day, Due liav mhrcfused to furnhh the child remained unburied for In -consequence. taken by the Kcntncky restore the tomb of Gen. r Louisville, which and has gone to ruin. . TOMB MOThx Fennsvl Iway Company :bas commenced n oi an iron iffHa- -sT-i . .-a-saa-r 1 . f&&btt0g6X9 take the old wooden one across ineuei Trenton-. .The old bridge ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 June 1875

PLAY. VOL. IV. STE. GENEVIEVE, TIIUBSDAY, JUNE 17, 1875. NO. 2. t ATR mw tm n nil iwt t, r r I .V Professional Cards. J. 1J. ROliMNS, Attorney at Law, OKFICK OPPOStTE JAKW OOX STOKE, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. U. S. SHAW, Attorney at Law, okkick IV (.mntT imrsK. t o, iuviiv, 3IiNHourl, AV ill practice in the courts of the Twen t ib judicial circuit, make collections, pay taxi for non-residents and faithfully ut tviul to anv nnd all business entrusted to in- caro. 48 FIKMIN A. 110ZIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Office In Bank ButMlnr.) Ste. Genevieve, Mo. 1 CHAS. C. KOZIER, 1 1 o r n e r a t L a w, C'onve awcr and Notary Public, stk. nr.wr.rim:. mil Wilt promptly and faithfully attend to ail liusiness entrusted to him, and will be agisted by Martin L. Clardy of Farming lon in mil Circuit and Supreme Court cases. jjS Collections made a Speciality."! Dlt C. S. CAltSSOW, M. rBsician, Surgeon, !ccoxjCHEim, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. , DR. C. S. 11ERTICH, Physician 1 Surgeon, STE GENEVIEVE. MO. R.F. LANNING, M...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 June 1875

Gordon Timothy 40 same 40 Jackson I Henry 100 Braunschweider C SO same 40 Gordon Timothy 40 same 40 Same 40 Hohlmuller Vm 1C0 saino SO same 80 Linhotf Jacob 60 same ) Keith F G 40 Bennett John 40 Krows Christ F 40 Graham John 20 samo 20 Farmer J C 22 Roux J C 60 Buckner E 40 English J P 40 Sinks Powel 40 English J p 80 Cornelius Geptha 40 Sinks rowel 40 tamo 40 same 40 sc no 21 77i se sw ' 24 77 mvl 21 8 IS J ne 24 1 4J tw no 21 77 nw ne 23 93 ew ne 25 3 55 ne nw 25 93 swfr 23 C 03 wJ se 25 1 SI J nw 23 1 84 eine 25 1 S3 so 23 1 'Jl se sw 20 Ml ne ne 20 1 03 ne sw 20 7" i:e nw nw 27 77 nej se aw 27 57 ne se se 27 91 n nw 35 1 91 swsw 30 1 91 nw sw 30 1 91 nesw 30 1 03 wj nw 3D 2 50 se nw 30 1 01 sw se 30 94 nw se 30 92 se sw 30 91 Jan is A same same Karchor Christian same Misshr john SO 40 40 40 23.39 40 S.0 17.05 Township 6''J Jlanijc 7. nhf nn nw nw ne nw sw nw frl sec shf se swfrl se se ne trl ne frl 8 8 t 13 12 11 2 31 0! 1 RnbflHT L r Cozens "Win H Bobear Jas same Thomure Damie...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 June 1875

rACVJL. MATTERS H.-.v.tborn Jo L j Hawlhoru Alary 1 same Hawthorn J..3 I Wo havo been favored with a little too much j McDonnell liobt ruin of lute. Clothing (jonts Furnishing r.ods, and Hats a' lower prices than ever at IIamm & Co. A prisoner made his o-!ap from the Jeffer- xir count v iail la-t week, bv picking the locks' u wire which he hai taken from a tin cup. Tfr.it jail must have good lock-. A hoy in Madison County lust week, under l-.nk to b'ow his breath through a fun barrel. He coiild'nt do it; but the nun succeeded in blowing a bullet through his head. He won't ?o liiir.lin" any more. . Sanirerfest Hats 40u at Hamm &'Co. Hnwthon Jo L vr izitT A same same Swin! William CkU'iT Joseph LuWS SilnJ S SllMe ; W iSannan :ney Nifoiii Thonius Kfiiiifly John same Daniel Jane "Womina-k C c Millie Ilurin" :i heavy rain storm on l:wt Friday - . i- - i . . ; Tv... ..... ..... - . ! a wi'CR a wmw in jouuifun uiuii.y wai nirucK i Wei Au"uat hv li;htn:n; and not on tiro and burned ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 17 June 1875

f w I Suhmablo Vfhi Vogt Catherine Boyce John D Meyers C H est Frichette Cbas Menard L C est Bobbins Jesse B iiimino John Bovd Elliott C 07 14 80 5 20 10 38 13 73 17 2'J 1 S3 ilorice Joseph It hd.n&e by (Jon Ro zier a by Tidovest & iv by StrausDurc Scbirman Florntne lot'hd n by ltozier s by Bobbins 11 119 lot bd n by Lux e by 4th st s by Ilauck w by Knamm lot bd n by Merchant ft C by Julia Dufour s by Sareant w by itozier 15 It bd n by Market st by Wilder 44Affrnt 5 147 lot'on Market st bd e byStoltewby4thst 17 177 It 00 ft on Little l'.t.ck road running back to the slue bd n by Zelglr 202 lot bd w by Maui st o by Front el s by An derson w by Main st 5 145 25 12 lot bd n by'Becquette e hv Moirv i bv Mer chant st w by 2nd st 10 100 lot in New liourbon, 1 acre be. on iv- bank of crek running between House of ham 1 Hughes ii store house of John Coft'man thence e "0 poles to a sycamore tree, thence n 18 w 37 poles to a rock, thence s 52 w 40 jiolca to w bank of f aid creek, then...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 June 1875

FATE PLAY si Wrtm VOL.IV. STE. GENEVIEVE, TIIUBSDAY, JUNE 24, 1875, NO. 3 I f. Gcncrlcrc .fair 3?lajj. s i,i i::.i-iii:: kvi.uv hscksday m" . , . 'i. liSNRY SMITH, Propiielor. : i. ..i.i.iivi.i ? i.r.j.i, j Mitli Siiio t.T Intli.- S;u:iro. ' llVfli ! ........ TZHKS OF SUUSC2IPTI0N: I' v iti-ililj-in inlv.-it.ee. 'III ," .; V'-0 j'-"'"-""'-" - ' v;.-... '' J;'i')iaec.iyis.c IMTESOF AIIVKSTISIM.'. Sr.rS ItiiMiics' cnriiF. inch si.m-o per y.-ur C 0.) II t.l ( ii i't i'iimiiiiii. i'itr. '.'i.mi 'Mi- lmlf Ciiluillli. 0!i f--T. 00 Oiii- i-MluKin. mil! yHr 70.01) l':-lilayt:d :nlverti?emeiiti :liari;cd by the i:icli. frr All trrint iMirrrtWcnients niut p:ii.! lor in !iiiv:iiic. tji" Yarlv :i'Ivrtisciiiciit mvatle quar 1't! in iviif OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ") Call Schurl.. H. ; St I,. mi.-. Mi', "!-.i:it"rs ( L'vt . Ui'v. .. , I . V- h.-irth ( ..ii-r-iorial l)i-tnciCouiitH- " W:,.hiTit..n Ste Kmiioi St-. ;.-no-, vicv. Iron, .Mmii-;..!i. Perrv. Cm... Giranl.-j Ilollin-.T. Wiivn-, K.vjii.l.N. Cio...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 June 1875

8. HEHRY SMITH, Editor mud Publiiher. Official Journal of the County-. CURRENT TOPICS. Tiik commission to treat witli the Sioux Indians is now complete. It comprises , eight members, viz.: AVni B. Allison. Iowa; Bishop K. Ii. Ames. Maryland: F. W. Palmer. lllinoi-: Brigadier-General Alfred II. Terry. U. S.A.: Hon. Abram Comingo, Missouri : Hev. S. D. Hinman, Dakota; G. P. Beauvois. Missouri; J. II. O'Brien, New York. John S. Collins has been appointed Secretary. The salary of the members is to be eight dollars a day, with an additional allowance for necessary expenses. Thk Republicans of Maine have nomi nated Gen. SeldenlConner for Governor. The resolutions adopted declare: That the Union of the States must be maintain ed at all hazards ; that the Government is that of a nation, not of a confederacy; that local self-government in matters purely local must be adhered to; that there can be no legitimate conflict be tween powers of the Nation and of any State; that a sound currency, ba...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 June 1875

8. HENBY SMITH. Editor and Publisher. Ofiioinl Journal ol" Oouuly. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. THE COXSTITCTKKVAI. COX VEXTIOX. w Ji;nk 14. The majority and minority re Warts of the Committee on Keiiresentation "were taken i ne the special orlcr ami discussed at length, hut tlie Convention did not reach a vote prior to adjournment. -I cxk I-". JNMt ion of the report.- of the Committee on llcpre.-entation occupied the entire session .n amendment, giving to St. I.ouis 27 member.- of the lower House of the General Assembly, was defeated yea, 20; nays, 4G The St. Louis members of the Convention ex pressed frreat indignation at what they charge to he their unfair treatment by the majority of the country delegates, and at a meeting of the city delegation .-everal meinlier.- advocated a with dntwal from the Convention in ca.-e the" were not treated with greater consideration. It'NK It;. The report of the Committee on Jteprcfccniation again occupied the time of the Convention, the 'juc-tion under ...

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 June 1875

HUUSDAY. - .il'NK. "J. " Aitd still it rains. J"- it ht nionirii to suit you ? The nvcr lias been riding quite Vapidly io'r a tew days past. Work on tlie Inundation for the Vire proot offices has been comment--. lev: t:TJavrTSuiiday dur-' mgthc summer season at n.'.l K. SKCKIXGER'S. with a hearty good will and the The "Free L'reM li. B. 0." bsw j .lock Uavoiw" fdurned the com been organized. Now we shall nee ; ijmcnt. We would say a few words what we fdiall sec Fair Plays van-, i(l regal.d to hoW llj0 various paV0rs fpiished or j acquitted themselves but space lor- Justices of u.epeand other J buJrt- The "Fair ply" aro our officers xvknting blanks of nv kind, ! "l'ut8" ' "U . c tan be accommodated by calling at 1 uccd hoald tbey aecep- challenge this office j from that cracked "picKed nine" wo J.J. Uorrigan, Ssq., Agent of tlio St. Louis Lite Insurance Com ! pany, and better known as the I The commissioner of customs at "Mute," was in town Monday night, j Boston in 177o. one Henry l...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 June 1875

it "J. t 4 1 S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. THUKSDAY - - JUNE. !M. 175. Official paper of Ste, (Genevieve County. The grasshoppnrs are traveling towards the Black iliilj. Doubtless tboy havo taken the "gold fever." A man in Boston recently saved the life of the daughter at a million aire of that city, and the parent was 60 grateful to him that he made him a present of 2.50. The man was so 'overcame by the gener'oai'ty of the parent that he hired with the money seventeen organ grinders to siniulta niously sernade his benefactor. St. Louis was visited, by a terriffic rain storm accompaniod by bouvy thunder and lightning Friday. Some buildings located in low grounds were nearly innundated. The sewers were found inadequate to 'carry 'cf tho water. One stable VrasBtrtaek by lightning and consumed by the fire together with the tiorses. Consider able damage was dono to property. A train on the .Narrow Gauge Railroad which was carrying a party of excursionists from Murplsboro to .Red Bud in Il...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 June 1875

Sometime. Well, either you or I, After whatever is to say Is nail , Must 6ec the other die, Or, hear, through distance, of the other dead, Sometime. And you or I muEt hide Poor empty eyes and faces, wan and wet With Life'? jrrcat grief, beside The i 'V.cr'- coffin, sealed with silence, yet, Sometime. And you or I must look Into the other's grave, or far or near. And read, as in a book Writ in the Iut, words we made bitter here, Sometime. Then, through what pathe of dew, What fluish of flowers, what glory in Uic grass, Only one of us two, Kven as a shadow walking, blind may pass, Sometime! And, if the nestling song IJreak from the bosom of the bird for love, No more to listen long One shall be deaf below, one deaf above. Sometime. For both must lose the way Wherein we walk together, very soon : One in the dusk shall stay, The other firel shall 6ec the rising moon, Sometime. Oh! fast, fast friend of mine! Lift tin the voice I love so much, and warn; To wring faint hands and pine, Tell...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 June 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Whkx milk sours scalding will render it sweet again. The whey separates frem the curd, and the former is better than shortening in bread. SAXDARACvarnish i the best material for meading plaster models. Saturate the broken surfaces thoroughly, press W them well .together, and allow them to dry. To Remove Stains from the Hands. 4 drops sulpliuric acid in a quart of rain water will remove fruit, dye-st.-ihis or stove blacking from the hands, Be care ful not to drop acid on clothing. To take mildew from linen, mix soft soap with starch powdered, half the quan tity of salt, and a piece of lemon, and lay it on both sides with a paint brush ; let it be in the open air on grass is preferable till the stain is removed. A simple mode of keeping butter in warm weather is to set over the dish con taining it a large flower pot or unglazed earthenware crock, inverted. Wrap a wet cloth around the covering vessel, and place the whole where there is a draft of air. Sxowbai.ls.-1 cu...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 24 June 1875

-a i Cures for Horse Ailments. Tiie folio wine -recipes, says theFino Stock !7.otp. are selected from the best authori ties. For many of thrm we credit the Spir it of the Times atid the Turf, Field and .T'arm. both valuable papers as referer.ee on s.ueh matters: SP-I.tXT. In all nrooabilitv it can be removed lv IU following sweat blister: Tinct. can- , .. , , Slander oil turpentine, of each, one ounce; oil i-pyue, two ounce ; corrosive sublimate. ! c drachm; linsevd oil, three ounces ; r.l. hoi. one pint. Mix thoroughly, and apply oi.ee a day, with good bard rubbing over ihu rcgio of the. splint until considerable counter irritation i-. produced, then omit three day?, and apply again as directed. i O PROMOTK THE "-UoWTH. OK A llfiUSC's raws, A great deal depends, upon proper shoe ing. The diminuation. of the substance of the frog through the absurb practice of u n f paringly cutting it away, and its con.-e-ouent elevatiou above the ground, causes much more 05 le.,s contraction of th...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 July 1875

PLAY. VOL. 1Y STE. GENEVIEVE, TUU1WDAY, JULY 1. 1875. NO. rt. FATE orarrirrr air jL'tog. I- I'llll.I-HKH .VrBl TIICKSIIAY ltv o. HENRY SMITH, Prcpileloi. ':-!: i: '. ;,:.!'i:Kr mi.-kj.i-. TJivf's-sionnl Cm vis. J. 1J. KOlililNS. Acrostic. railroad property. Ever, railroad men are dencss that .started half tho passon- ornei: ori-osm: -JANr cox .-tori:, Ste. Genevieve. Mf. IXH203 OF S'JBSCEIPIIO: !t .viri.-jMy in ::)vance. ' Mil c 4.J H,. . ,..,- '.Iir. it- 1 1 i ,ii:- r.i-!-..i:i'-. t lu of twi-uy tot-nn-' l'-k-u;licc . .nr"'!ii;rari-3ii'ji.ot:i5;ily to tue c.tyvl Ste .1 r-n 1...V The nice lid:- paper with ,uch a new dre-. t their true value. The value of :Mtonishmeiit ami caused' 1 Has ju.-tcouie to h:i:id from under the rre- rolling stock mid their lands are mere easiiv . . . . , , - ' ,..... r . (.i-nrv niirt ii.vr f n winilnir tn hoist. ' ffAviiu- of Tow , Each column welliillvd with the new of the "pertained. The great trout.;.s the rrl - . - jY I I 0 I II C cl l JLi tl V , d)ty...

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 July 1875

5tC. (&mmm tit 32toU. 8. HEKET SMITH, Editor and Publiiher. Orlieiul Journal of the County. C LTRli-ENT TO 11 CS. , 7 . . . Mkssrs. Moody and h.-ukey, the Amen- can revivansis in fjigiunu, Having an- nounced their intention of visiting Eton, the college authorities interposed and re fused them permission t hold services there. They then endeavored to secure the use of the Town Hall in Windsor, but the Mayor refused to grant the Use of the building, and the revivalists won- finally compelled to conduct their wrvici s in a private garden. Some 2M) students at tended the meeting, besides many citizens. During tin service Mr. Moody announced that he had icceived a telegram -fating that the Governor of Eton had removed all obstacles to the proposed meeting, bur, he (Mody) had no intention of holding further services in the neighborhood. The matter created great excitement in the metropolis and elsewhere. Thk California ImJependcn: State Con vention, held at Sacramento on the Sid, nom...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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