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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 July 1875

if JS VI jPtf. i&fttflMVC Ut " 8. HENET SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Oftioia.1 Journal of tU County. A PHYSICIAN'S FATAL DOSE. How Ir. Peck Swallowed Aconite ny W.HWtake Remarkable Cooiuesn in the f Prnre of Ileal Ih-An Action on a STote for $10,000 that lie Signed while vying. From the New York Sun. Poughkekpsie, X. Y...June 19. A ease came up for trial in the Circuit Court in this city to-day, before Judge Tappen, the details of which are verv remarkable in showing the calmness and coolness of nnnu oi a prominent uutctiess county physician, who had taken a dose of aconite through mistake, and who died in a little over two hours afterwards, retaining his senses to the last. It was the case of MaryE. Earle against Kichard Peck, ad ministrator, brother of the dead physician, an action brought on a promissory note given by Dr. George Peck. Mr. Guern sey, for the plaintiff, opened the case to the jury. On Sunday or Sunday night, Oct. 12, 1S73, Dr. Peck, through accident, took a poi...

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 July 1875

ft Proprietor. THURSDAY JULV. i. is; Official paper of Ste.' fifinevieve Countv. " I was contidently nredicierVdur.' int? the last year that the opening of o ' 1 the snnnir ou.iine.-js lor isia 1875 would develop a general improvement in all departments of trade, and the MHn ;n tralupa find tlia frnf.r.' w...&.- o al depression that have resulted since the panic of '74 would disappear, and " i ' the beginning of a return to old time prosperity would commence. The course of events, however, has dissi pated these expectations, and the re sults of the year thus far have brought a greater decline in general value in ail parts of the country with a greatly decreased vitality in all the leadinir branches of indtiHtrv and it 8. HE.VEV S3I1TK, is difficult to predict when a steady charge the r ree I'ress base ball club heels. One of the men had hi tace j j j j. V ted this 1 1 le. no w t h e reKire liy Vi r return to an nctive and remunerative, 'being "more stravv than grain," partial! b...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 July 1875

if if Through the kindness of Mr. Knapp Esq., .-ccrotaiy of the com- beiran her fast nearly a week a-jn, and has actually partaken of no food - .JULY. I, is? LOCAL MATTEHS ' inittee, we arc ii receipt of an invi-t since, as wu are reliably informed, tation to attend the- celebration of 'She persistently refuse to eat, al the 4th of July at Chester this year, though tempted with the choicest . We are sot ry that we will be unable viands, and mav starve herself to , to attend, but hope they may spend f (truth before she can be induced to j a irlorious 4th. The committee will , forego her unnatural determination. please accept our thanks for the T.'n poor creature will ! taken to compliment. j the insane asylum at Mt. Pleasant j tms wi-vk, tinu it ih bi'ju' l that the 'ride, change of locution and tin' CITY TJX" SHCP. CI IAS. J. LAlittOCIIE, THE STE. SEXEVIEVE COUNTY Of all Kinds, AD AT XOAV THJICKs The favorite steamer Emma C. We notice .Mr. J P Jngrubam, i-'ou, nas been repainTea ana...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 July 1875

A Young Girl. Uh ! gentle grace of early years , And guilelessness of maidenhood. What timid charm thy beauty wears, Ere yet the rose has tinged the bud , Kre yet the warmth within the heart Is kindled into light and flame, .Since Love and Love's impassioned art Arc still unknown in all but name. 'J: ..mplid cheek unstained by tears; 'i he furtive glance, the downcast eye, Uncertain if it hopes or fears It knows not what, half pert, half 6hy ; The wayward smile which curves the lip, As yet not ripe for lover's kiss, Thy myriad fairy thoughts which slip Through maiden dreams of future bliss; The thousand lurking loves which lie Asleep beneath each silken tress, Who, when they wake, shall instant fly, And wound ia very wantonness; The charms which rest as yet concealed Behind the veil of maidenhood ; The fancies which, but half revealed , Give color to the pensive mood ; When time is full and years arc ripe, And Nature's wonder-work is douc, Shall yield a woman, archetype. Who must be...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 July 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Molasses Sj-oxoe Cake. Take 1 cup molasses, 1 spoonful melted butter, 2 e:.- beaten very light, etip sweet milk. 1 tea spoonful cream tartar. A teaspoor.ini soda H cups Hour, a little finger. Fou Cleaning Cai:im:ts. To 1 gallon ot water add 2 tablespoonfuls of .spirits of hartshorn. Wring out canton llauuel cloths in this mixtnte. and rub ths-carptt with the damp cioth. See that the doth is not too wet. and dry the i-arpet oil with a dry cloth. Pn: 1-i.Ai es that have been u.ed much The Pittsburgh (Pa.) Ltader says: " The firm of Geo. P. Kowell & Co. Is the largest and best Advertising Agency in the United States, and we can cheerfully recommend it to the attention of those who desire to ad vertise their business scientifically and sys tematically in such a way: that is, to secure the larirest amount of publicity for the least ( expenditure of money." iM'iinv saved here ami ther i-otn.' up it the end of the cat. I'. il.VKll TIPI'KIJ o n.ti Hill sate '! im --ut-...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 July 1875

if V Scisscorsums- Fraacati and Porto D'Anzio are v'cim; with each otlier to secure Gari i : Idi for the summer. i'uneh says of "Lohengrin," that :. though there is a kino; in tha opera Ji;ere is no air apparent. A man in lioiyolce, Mass- has eol J ted photographs of nearly all ths y ;r?on killed by the church are. One can travoi now from the top i.ottom of the Alps to the fal'dcd ivalm of the Sybarites in the Gulf of Taranto, without change of cans. It is said that the hurrying to catch trains and fcoab, of which there i.- necessarily so much in th.ese da-.-?, tends to produce deseaae of kilo beau at.d brain. If 3'ou cut tlio hack legs of your chairs two inched shorter than the front ones, the fatigue of sitting will ho greatly relieved, and tho spine placed in better position. A writer on dress says : "Short a:.d podgy women should not wear LeltH." Now what i.i the use of ad vuc like that?. What woman ever admitted she was "short and podgy." ,:Oh, ma !" exclaimed a bright lit jfjs...

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 July 1875

PLAY. FAIR VOL. IV. STE. GENEVIEVE, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1875. NO. 5. tr. ftcncrirrc gixix Sing. 1 IIILIMIK!. LVKUV TltCH.Dr BT o. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. OKFHK OX M.MUiF.r SIKEET, South Sil f Public Stu:ire. TERMS OF SUBSCBXFTXOH: Iiivarlatilr in advance. irc..ny. urn- rr - .1 VI 'lull of trll t e.'tur INi.t-offii-. . 1..5 i Uui.uf twrutytoaatuc l'...i-..Bicr i . v 1 t"Cli.U rates do not apply to the cityol Ste Uu-Vieve. BATE8 F AiVRRTISlSS. One square, sixty wnrd one inertion $ 1.00 Each t-uhi-eqiient insertion "iO Kinine.M en ran, J inch space per vear 0 M One-quarter column, one year '0.00 tltie-half column, one year. Stt.OA One column, one year 70.00 Displayed advertisement charged by the inch. All transient advertisements must b paid for in advance. aaF" Yearly advertisements parable quar terly in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. " Carl SchurtK. U. . St Louis, Mc, Keaators Lewii" V. Bojqt, St. In iris. Mo. PiMirth Coneressional District Counties of Washinuton, Sto Kraneob. Ste. Gene...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 July 1875

JSte. (Settflutoe m flag. t S. HEHKT SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of the County. CURRENT TOPICS. The great international shooting con test between the . tnerican and Irish rule teams caine ofl. at Dollyniouut, near Dub lin, on the 29th. The Americans were the winners, the score being es follows: 890 yards range Americans, 337; Irish, 338; 900 yards range Americans, 327; Irish, 292 ; 1,000 yards range Americans,303 ; Irish, 299. At least 30,000 neople wit nessed the match, and the greatest excitement prevailed. The crowd at one time threatened to become riotous, and the American refused to proceed until order was restored. A grand ban quet iu honor of the Americans was given after the match by the Lord Mayor of Dublin at the Mansion House. The Irish riflemen admitted the superiority of the Americans throughout the match, and acknowledged that their victory was fairly won. The American team used breech-loaders ; Ithe Irish team all used Kigby's muzzle-loaders. A terri...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 July 1875

8. HEHBT SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of the County. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. THE COXSTITCTIOXAI. COSVEXTIOX. June 26. Consideration of the report of uip Committee on Judicial Departments was con inued, and the whole disposed of. J use 28. The report of the Committee on Legislative Department was taken up and several sections adopted.... A memorial was presented on behalf f certain citizens who paid the com mutation tax in lieu of service in the State annua, as prescnld by act of March, lafiS, asking that said amount of commutation so paid raunucu , on me grounu inai sain act was un- llicf nit im.wi 1 t i . n f tee on Judiciary. June 29. The report of the Committee on Legislative Department was further considered and several sections disposed of. June 30. A continuation of the previous Uay's work. July 1. The report of the Committee on Boundaries and Political Subdivisions was taken up and considered. July 2. The Convention continued the previous day's work. General Xot...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 July 1875

8. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. THURSDAY JULV. 8, 1877. Official paper of Ste. Genevieve County. Gttinty Boundaries. "Should the new conatitution bo adopted it will be impossible in the future to mako a new county unless a majority in the counties proposed to be carved up for the purposes of said construction, cast a vote in fa vor of it. Never fairer provision was incorporated in any state into an organic law. As tbo counties stand at present in Missouri, there are about thirty which have been Tor 'years beset and bedeviled with schemes of dismemberment. Some of these large, healthy, and pros perous counties bavo spent thous ands of dollars to prevent hiutilation and unjustifiable carvings und eli-1 cings. jjittlo railroad towns occu pying a position where three or lour counties come near to then! with some portion of their boundary lines have bankrupted in the past not only themselves in superhuman efforts to get new counties around them but have made the endangered counties also enta...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 July 1875

imSmr L4 i HTHSDAY. - .'lTfA'. S 1x7.-, I-OCr., MATL'KICS Xico httlu ran; on Wednesday morning. Ingruhutn, the jail man, is 'bossing" business this week. hero We notice Mr. George D. fiey 'nolds, of St. Louis, in town this week. Furmington has a musical 'con. Ventiun. Why wonld not something of the kind be interesting here ? Ice Cream every Sanday tur- Vrig the s'atumor season at liol K. SKCKIXGER& The weather is excessively Warm, but then we won't tell any "botly because thej- know it already. It 7.ir & Jokerot slid have those cheap Jnlices nt 14, 15, 17 and 18 yards lo the dollar, and intend to keep them at that prioe entil further notice. he workmen who are to do the I brick-laving on the jail arrived from Cape Girardeau on last Monday uight. Tho river atui cotiunuos to rise flowly. It is said that two feet more of a rise will overflow some parts of tiie "Big Field." If out paper lacks interest this week, all we have to say' is that this i the 4th of July week, and we are...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 July 1875

Blsttfless Viettriw. Let others write of battles fought On bloody, ghastly fields, Whence honor greets the man who wins, And death the man who yields ; But I will write of him who fights And vanquishes his sins, Who struggles on through weary years Against himself , and wins. litre is .1 hero staunch and brave. Who lights an unseen foe. And puts at last beneath bis feet His passions base and low. And stands erect in manhood's might, Undaunted, undismayed The bravest man that drew a sword In foray or in raid. It calls for something more than brawn Or muscle to o'ercorae An enemy who marcheth not With banner, plume and drum A foe forever lurking nigh, With silent, stealthy tread. Forever near your board to-day. At night beside your bed. All honor then to that brave heart. Though poor or rich he be, Who struggles with his baser part Who conquers, and is free. He may not wear a hero's crown. Or fill a hero's grave; But truth will place his name among The bravest of the brave. A PERPECT ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 July 1875

4 DOMESTIC ECONOMY Charcoal placed in a saucer and mois tened with boiling water, m a few days gathers its own weight in impure air. Use a dozen pieces the size of a hazel-nut and change every 0 days. Seasoning. To 3 quarts of soup add 1 teaspoonful of salt and 1 of sugar, or milk, cream, or condensed milk, or 1 spoonful of powdered sage or the same of thyme. Instead of the wheat-meal, crumbs of bread may be added, say 1 pint to the 3 quarts of soup, letting it boil more or iess according to the hardness or softness of the bread. Do not get ic thick and mush like. These seasonings are not all of them wholesome, but they aie much less un wholesome than butter or pork-fat. COCOANUT AND APPLE-PUDDING. Select large, rich, tart apples, such as arc easily cooked, greenings or Newtewn pippins, if possible, pare and grate them on a coarse grater; then add 1 part dessicated cocoanut to 4 parts grated apple, or 1 part of fresh grated cocoanut to 3 parts apple, and add the requisite amount of ...

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

fe mmw pit ffotj. SciMcondmt. San Francisco consumes one third more liquor than Chicago. A saloon keeper in Louisiana has just been compelled tn pay $1,200 damages to woman for selling liquor to her hasband. The seval British settlements in 8outh Africa are tn be formed into a confederation after the model of the Dominion of Canada. Most of the twenty-cent pieces coined by the San Francisco Mint have gone into the bond of the brokers, who retail them to the public at the low price of twenty-fire cents each. The total number of Post Offices in the entire Ruin Empire, both in Europe and .Asia, is 5.2rt. In London alone there are ... ana in juigiana ana naies mere are Bv a decree of the Italian Government nn foreign ship in Italian waters is permit ted to use the potatoes it has on board un- im the whole supply washed sutler the supervision of the authorities. An old bachelor geologist was, boasting that every rack was as familliar to him as the alphabet. A lady declared that she knew ...

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 July 1875

FATE PLAY. VOL. IT STE. GENEVIEVE, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1875. NO. 6. fc cmunrrt ur Slay. 3. eekey smith, Pronto,. "ffoiitli Sil of I'ublio SLii:iro. TEEMS OF SUBSCBIPTIOH InTwiahljr in wlvuncc. ll-Ci-, iur r.ir , 'llilx.! I miii.. l'.i,t..i!'.i'-.- t.lu! ol I Wfiiir to rainc l'.i.n-olUiv. . . . 1 uSTw ' rute" d nl U,,pIy to U,e 6itr Ut S" ' m proctico in tlie courts of the Twen K'c' ! tieth judicial circuit, make collections, pay i Iuyi.; I'nr ruiii.reiilpt4. nml faithfully at- RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, sixty words one insertion $ 1.00 Kncli siil.-ifqiient insertion -0 , HuMties i-nnls, f inch space per vear ) 0.1 One-quarter ciiluiun. one ear. n.'tn One-half cnlunin, one yer. '.'A.Ofl i ne column. one year "0.0(1 Displayed advertisements charged by the inch. fT All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. tKtf Yearly advertisements parable quar terly in advance. OFFICIAL DIKECTOKY. "I Carl Schurtx. U. St Louis, Mc, SeoHtors Lewis V. Bojry, J St. L'tiis, Mo. Fvurt...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 July 1875

8. HZNB7 SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of tho County. CURRENT TOPICS. A grand festival was given by the Americans in London, at the Crystal Palace, on the night of the 5th, in honor of our national anniversary. Minister Schenck presided. Several members of Parliament were present. TnK Carlists in Spain claim to have re cently gained several important advant ages over the troops of Don Alfonso, and say that a general advance of their forces has been decided upon. Per contra, the Alfonsists clam that Carlisni is on its last legs, and nothing but hopeless defeat awaits the remnant of us armies. Thk new five-cent postage-stamp to for eign countries has been issued. This stamp, which is printed in blue and bears the likeness of President Zach. Taylor, has been made to meet the provisions of the law recently passed relating to for eign letter postage. The letter rate is now five cents per half-ounce to Great Britain and Ireland, and also to all Euro pean countries, no matt...

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 July 1875

I r- is v ' increase in business without u correspond gti. mnmtVt XJAXX Patt. k.g outlay for wire?. Fortius invention j the inventor was off.-red by that company 8. HENRY SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of tlio CJounty WONDERS OF ELECTRCIITY. ..-Jfr. Edison' Remarkable IHt.cov.rle- J Four MesaKeK Trandmitte.i simui- hour JIrKaK-K Trniixmltteit Simul taneously Over a Single Wire. From the New York Sun. For nearly ten years Mr. Thomas A. Edison, of Newark, X. J., has applied himse't to the invention of telegraphic system and instruments. Last year hu perfected what 1 known as the American automatic system, which is in use on the lines of the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Company. This system is ba-ed upon his discovery that the rapidity with which electric waves can be transmitted over tele;; and i leiegrapmc circuits is praeucau inmmu, , i 11 !..:.. d that telegrams can be transmitted at great speed il suitable apparatus can i.-e devised to transmit, record, andovercom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 July 1875

j The Whiskey Dealers Aroused. 4-T -tVXj t. j A meeting of diMiltcri rcctifiera IS. IIKNKY SMITH, Proprietor. Illinois and Kei, - i and liquor dealers of Ohio, Indiana, tiie wa.-i he id Hi Cincinnutti ot: the eightn inst., at which th following resolution:1 ivete adopted : PASSED AWAY. Death of the Veteran Soldier and Statesman. Genera! Francis P BSair.Jr. Trustee's Sale by Sheriff. nitI.h.iS, vt imam "-laiiorn nun ca-( V mh titr'ord.his wife.bv their certain i deed of trust, dated April 7th." 1SV and reo- 1 . I orded o:t thellTth day of Sept 1S, ir B ok O. page ."4l nnu following, in t:.e recorder? ' . ill u of .'elf-r-on County. .Missouri. cou ey- iHnmnn Q- Trlr Miur os mm, . t if ... .... ..... ..J! ....... I ftii.:. i. ,.,:, iirt::.e.i. tn-: -o r-tl K-tate. to .it:j Loi m.nr-t.-r or- I - J liecCD-.mea.iing dun of r-MWlc'1 ';,!I"5U"3!1 for tLtt .t -VL1,I .;ut..r ti. nuu.o.-r !.. .' in !;- Uh from one strict a-id state to ai.oih-, f v!ot.jc. t:.um5wr ut- -'J . t.-..iwM.s -un-v , e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 July 1875

1 1 5 r4i ;tefe-f; P-" M'LY. I.'., is?.") J Im Gity .Mayor ha jpy. Cau.-e a 12 ?...:.der a h.y. Fwh Oiiin;i'i and f'lii'ii.- n. UOZ'.Kit A: JoKEHSTS. , , , .. JadiM Kobinsun occupies the , . , ' J.erwtj this week in the Circuit .... - mvt. n oi,k as fre:-li a a rosa. : For Uih Largest hm'1 l'-st A -sorUnent ! of U.od- K' t l'.'".erxfc J..kct. as you . . , 1 rca.sted. and struck Mr. V, iider with I m- a piece of pla::ik. Mr. Wilder how- Circnit court in in cxira session 0Ver huccecded tn making h:m va this week, trying Auu.-t Tolimau, ' calu the premises and took posses fV the k'Hiii? of Win. jSTuient, at , suu 0f them. We presume of course .vjarryiown a low weeks Hi.cc. ti,ere will bo a lirst class law suit Sherhf Wal,cor,ol Si. Francoi j ...untv was in town on Monday last. I tie l.ioiitrht tho prisoner with him IVohi the". Krancni- countv jail. , ? ,eUl mani' W,,OEw i,,llilt Md i'a' v'-,th the public schools, and who What 1 1 a income of Wilson's .-.hovv very plainly that they woul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 July 1875

The Quarrelers. Cymbclinc Uic King ami hie Queen Went with a lordly train to rHe, To see the lanil in its Bummer pride, And what besides there was to be seen. Prancing along with laugh and song. They found a quarrel of man ami wife; And thcBC, when asked of the cause of strife, Each on the other cart the wrong. Each - sc raid, " That I ever wed ded with a creature eo froward and ill!" Spake the King with a right good will, ' Let them both to the castle be led!" That same night, when lamps were bright Over the lonl- and ladies there, CymlKiline raid with his kingly air, ' Itring the two we found at fight!" Mute with shame the culprits came; Ami each was pet to stand alone Out lcforc the royal throne, While Cymlieline spoke to both by name. Saying " As wide as side from side Of Uic heai en above us I set you twain; Each is free to marry again Choose from the court a bridegroom and bride." Each in guise a blank eiirprisc Looked around on the circle there, Lords so fine and ladies eo fa...

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