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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 July 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. To stop new boots squeaking, drive a peg in the middle of the sole. A glue which will resist the action of water is made by boiling 1 pound of glue in 2 quarts of skimmed milk. Caue of Knives. Do not permit case knife blades or forks to stand in hot water. It expands the steel and cracks the handles. Ivory handles should never be placed in water. "VVii.iioft's Fevek and Agub Tonic. This medicine is used bv construction com panies for the benefit of their employes when engaged in malarial districts. The highest testimonials have been given by contractors and by the President of some of the leading railroads in the South and West When men are congregated in large numbers in the neighborhood of swamps and rivers, Wil holt's Tonic will prove a valuable addition to the stock of medicines, and will amply re ward the company In the saving of time, labor and money. We recommend it to alL Wheelock, Finlat & Co., Proprietors, New Orleans. Fob salb bt all jiRceoim. IRISH ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 July 1875

te. fienrrbve fair glag. Scisscorsnms. If you tee a policeman aim at a dog; try to got ::oar the dog. Tim capital of San Salvador is noon to lave a r:onnal scbool for girls,, with German pru femora. RSJney Smith said1 the-memory of a cer ti'rn hiss followed him forty years. How v ould Plymouth Church classify such a ki. as that Tho Kaston Pre. PrtM 6ay9 that Joshua va the first man who ever took a newpa p)r. lie stopped the Daiiy Sutu "We biippose he did ao beuause the war news did not suit him. The London Tavern was offered lor sale the other day, but was bought in, after n I livelyJcoropetiti.nk. for $i.f (); to which mm'tlie bidding had advanced from a firrt offer of ir,9fl0. Ten years ago the proper - tv changed proprietors for 11,000'. A man was-recently attested in jihltiraore who while in n stete of drunker.r.e3i, pulled bin dead wife Irons-tho bed on whsch. oho had been, prepan-d for tho grave,, and f tripped, the clothing from her bod', rudely vocifocating, "She couldn't pl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 July 1875

PLAY. VOL. IV. STE. GENEVIEVE, THUESDAY, JULY 22, 1875. NO. 7 1 ! m m 1 St?, ftrncricre ,nr Stag. ! ! in i;li-i!:.i evmiv Tituitsr.Y i:r EENST i- TZSK3 Or SaaSCEIPTIO: InvnrinMy in udv.ince. !.. c -i''. vur 'wr tl 50 '-'In1' t K..IIM- I'o-J-oiIir. I ;..! L'lu.j of nvijity to same l'ooi-uihco 2 . u ,!T.Cliii' rates do not apjily to the c.tyot SU KATES OF ADVF.I.TISING. Ono square, sixty word one insertion $ 1.00 Each subsequent insertion .V) Huinss cards, 3t inch space per vear ft 0.) One-quarter column, one car. 'fO.INI Oue-lmlf column, one jear ..".Oft One column, one year...'. 70.00 Displayed advertisements charged by the inch. t? Atf trurniont advertisements must h" paid fur in advance. fS!f Yearly advertisements parable quar terly in advance, OFFICIAL 1HRGCT0KY. 1 Carl Schurtz. 4U. S. St Loui, Me, eiiatArs Lewi V. Bogv, J St. L uis. Mo. F'-ortli Congressional District Counties of Wnshington. Sto Francois, Ste. Cone- vieve. Iron, M mil -on, Pern, "Cape Girardts iiu. Bollinger. Wn...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 July 1875

t tnttOm gmx flag. I. HEKBT SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of the County. CKJKKENT TO PITS. Thk Post-office Department hns- decided upon sending a daily fast mail train from New York to Chicago over the New York Central and Hudson i River and Lake Shore Railroads, making but six stops, viz., Al bany, Rochester, Bullalo. Cleveland, To ledo, and Chicago, where it will drop and take on mails. It is expected the trip can be made in ten hours less time than at present. A lktter from Navigator's Mand pays that the natives have adopted a Constitu tion, framed by the American, Col. -Stein-berger, who has been chosen Piime Minis ter lor life. The monarch is elective for a term i.f four yvars, the representatives of the two old families of Kings, Malieola audjTopua, to alternate in oflice. A rep resentative of the former family has been elected first King. The San Francisco Chronicle alleges that whisky frauds prevail in California to a greater extent than in any other section ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 July 1875

8. HENET SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Offici.il Journal of tlu County. MISSOUFti STATE NEWS. THE COarSTTTCTIOJrAX CONVENTION. July 12. The report of the Committee on Revenue ami Taxation was taken up and several sections disposed of. July 13. The report of the Committee on Revenue and Taxation was further considered .... The majority report of the Committee on Ex ecutive and Ministerial officers was read and or dered printed. A minority report was pre sented by Mr. Itay. July 14. The whole session was occupied indiscussing the questions of revenue and taxa tion A resolution was passed unanimously, exculpating President Johnson from the imputa tions made by a Globe-Democrat correspondent in reference to his action on the Blair memorial resolutions. July ir. Further consideration of the re port of the Committee on Revenue and Taxa tion. July 1C Several sections of the Revenue and Taxation report were adopted, among them one declaring that State tax on property, exclu sive of that nece...

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 July 1875

6 S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. THURSDAY - JULY. -2 . 1S7. Official paper of Ste. Genevieve County. As the season advances, the pros pect for the growing crops in .Mis souri becomes brighter arid brighter. The hot, moist weather could not be better for all purposes, and the thor ough plowing the farmers gave the land in anticipation of dry times along in July and August, has also added considerably to tho Btart the corn seems to have taken from the first. TO MISSOURI FARMERS. It is tho intention of the Hoard of Directors of the St. Louis agricultur al and Mechanical Association to havo samples of grain, raised in Mis souri, represented through that As sociation at tho Centennial Exposi tion at Philadelphia in 187G. To make a creditable display they invito the grain growers of Missouri to send their samples of grain, not less than half a bushel of each kind, to G. 0. Kalb, Secretary, St. Louis, Mo., prior to the 1st of October next. In all shipments the kind of grain, tounty where rais...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 July 1875

1st: LOCAL MATTEHS Plenty of rain vet. The river i rising slowly. Frcsh Oranges and Lemons at I'OZlEli !c .lOKEIIST'S County Court is in session this , week Mr. Ibirwisc, the railroad engineer is in 1 town this week. x Mrs. Kenatd will give a Picnic on next Sunday. See advertisement in another column. i For the Largest and Rest Assortment of Goody go to Itozier & Jokerst, as you can certainly buy cheaper from them than t from anybody else. j The called term of tho citcuil oonrt adjourned on Saturdaj eyen in" last. Ice ('ream every Sunday din ing the hUiiinmr season at n5I K. SUCKING ERS. Tho Ste. Genevieve County Fair will now be a success without doubt. A little more stock should bo sub scribed however to make it a grand success. We are prepared to furnish IXotes, Keceipts, Tax Receipts, and very thing of the kind, neatly hound, in book form, at astonishing lylow ju ices. All the iron lor the cells of the jail is on the ground now ready to be put together. Tho masons are vmly a...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 July 1875

rhevihts or the CenaMdnents. Love your neighbor as yourself So the parson preaches; That's one-half the decalogue So the prayer-book teaches. Half my duty I can do With but little labor; For with all my heart and soul I do love my neighbor. Mighty little credit, that, To my 6Clf -denial ; Sot to love her, though, niig be Something of a trial. Why, the rosy light tliat peeps Tlirough the glass above her Lingers round her lips; you sec E'en the sunbeams love her. So, to make my merit more, I'll go beyond the letter; Love my ncighlwr as myself : Yes, and ten times'better. For she's sweeter than the breath Of the spring that passes Through the fragrant, budding woods, O'er the meadow grasses. And I've preached the word, 1 know, For it was my duty To convert the stubborn heart Of the little beauty. Once again success has crowned Missionary labor, For her sweet eyes own that she Also loves her neighbor. TWO SIDES TO A BUREAU. BY HAKKIET PRESCOTT Sl'OFFORD. ONE SIDE. When I turned round an...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 July 1875

i 4 DOMESTIC ECONOMY Light Tka Cakes. 1 pound ot sugar, J pound of butter, J of a pound of lard mixed together. Yelks of 7 eggs. Beat yelks of eggs, sugar, butter and lard thor oughly together, then add whites of eggs (which have previously been whisked to a Mff froth) and flour enough to thicken. TAen add an even teaspoonful of ammo nia, mixing it well through the dough. Roll out thin aud bake in a quick oven. Fried Corn. Take one dozen ears of cold boiled corn and grate them line, sea son with salt. Break 5 eggs, separating the yelks from the whites" and beating them thoroughly. Mix them with the grated com, add 1 gill of milk or cram, beat well together and pour into an ome let pan or a hot spider, with some boiling butter. Fry till a light brown, turn over , and serve. Breakfast Muffins. At night, take 1 pint of new milk, 1 egg, three table spoonfuls of yeast, 1 large spoonful of butter.and Hour enough to make a stiff bat ter. Beat them together very thoroughly. In the morning d...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 July 1875

te. (Seacvicw air flag. The Result of a Honeymoon. The Pall Mall Gazette says: Searcelr less paiuful to hear of than the 8t-ieu:io!i oi a monarch U the deposition of a mayor, a Ins event has just occurred at Ashton under the Circumstances ftnat caa ::U !rtil to excite sympathy with the depo ed functionary. The terrible sentence was carried into effect at a special meeting of t'io town council on Wednesday, held for the purpose of declaring the mayoralty va rant, owing to the mayor having been ab sent from the borough for more than two months. A resolution to this effect having '"en moved, it was stated by one of the ouncillors that the mayor admitted he was by a strict letter of the law disqualified. He vent away to spend his honeymoon, and while in Koine his wife wa3 taken ill of '.viiat was called the Koman fever. She was laid up for three weeks, and the mayor was frourse, detained. A rather warrn dis cussion ensued, one of the sympathizers with the mayor observing that, ho could ...

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 August 1875

1J"JMJJ1UI.-LJ NO. 11. VAT TV JMUtUUH PT AY 1 !JXI L 1? A TTJ I- r: v.M .j KT.KV 7MCUM1AY 1ST 5, IIEiJLT SMITZ, Propiieloi. okkili: OX m.vkkk:-m:eet, Sulh Si;lo of Publie Siuurt. TTHUS OF SU36CBIPTI0H: IrvtriiiMy in advance. iir- r. ." i n.: rar ."Ill'l I t 1 I .. SI tll' I'ilrt-MHl'l Cluo oi i.v.vijiyreaiite 1'o.it-uiiice i tClii" rates Uo nut apply to luc c.tyot Ste i --jii prfll,tjt. j the court? of the Twen-u.n-. j t;,.tl) jU(1;(.iltl t.jm,iti maj;e collections, piiv ; taxes fur non-residents, hiuI faithfully at HATES OF ADYRRTISlXn. On" square, sixty word on( insertion S 1.00 r.scii sutic(ipnt insertion . Business ear.t, inch space per year 0.) One-quarter column, one war. 'fO.OO One'o Displayed advertisements charged by the inch. Sfi?" All trnsipnf. advertisements must bo paid for in advance. fSf Yearly advertisements payable qunr terlv in snlv:ti'. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1 Carl Schnrtz. 1 V. . St Loui. Mr, SfiwtoM LowiV. Bogy, St. L- uis. Mo. F-urth ("on"p'ional District Countie...

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 August 1875

8. HENXY SKITH, Editor and Pn'olkfcer. Official Journal of ilio County. CURRENT TOPICS. Pkbsiwent Gonzales, of San Salva dor, has hail about fifty of those en gaged in the recent fanatical riots at San Miguel shot. Great sorrow and indig nation is expressed throughout Central America on account of the affair, in which the respectable clergy join. A letter from San Miguel to the Panama. Star and Herald says that during three days the town remained at the mercy of the assailants, and during that time all classes of crimes were committed . The losses in property will not fall short of $1,000,000. The President of the Ke public has done what he could to bring the offenders to punishment, but, so numerotft are they, they cannot be dealt with. The foreigners in the place hare addressed their respective Governments for the purpose of making the Govern ment responsible for losses incurred. I I - e ..t natti on the evening of the K'.th in.-t., Mi:. Plimsoms extraordinarv de- were no new case...

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 August 1875

HESBY SMITH, fcflitor and Publisher. Ofli,. ir,l Journal of tlie County. Dan ds Saille's Experience With an Umbrella. Iooa a recent letter in the Virginia Knkrjbri.sc, written by Dan de Quille, who i now residing in Hartford , Conn . , we extract the following: I remained in New York three days. The .lay after my arrival it rained all day. 1 was in the Grand Central Hotel ami h;ul business away down town at Pine and Liberty Streets, and in all kind- of places where I could not go without an umbrella. So I bought one -the first one I ever bought in my life. It. wa.-, also about the only one that I i-ijtr undertook to control. I bought I In- irachinc because I was now, as I argues, in a rainv countrv liable to have -bowers at any time and occasion ally between times. It was a thing I should often want during the summer. When I bought it I let the man I bought it of do all the talking about umbrella, while 1 maintained a sort of sarcastic neutrality which incited him to tell me ..Hi......

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 August 1875

V, 6 S. HEXBY S3IITH, Proprietor. THUKSDAY - - AUtiU&T. 187.7 Official paper of Ste. Genevieve County. At tlio recent election in Alabama tin quoslion of holding u slalo con vention to frame a new constitution was submitted to tbe people, and de cided affirmatively by a good major- it'. The character of the constitu tional changes, therefore, is at pres ent the uppermost subject of discus vsion with the people of that state. Tho Mobile Register opens the dis cussion with a lull nummary of the leading provisions of the Missouri new constitution, ot which it saj's. "Such are tlio principal changes proposed by the people of Missouri. They have net been adopted without duo care and reflection, and while many of them aro now in that state most of them have been tried and aro now in force in sonio one or nioro of our sister states. "It will be seen that the end sought to bo accomblished is to secure :m clHcicnt and economical administra tion of the several departments of state governm...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 August 1875

.J.sf3. .Af::-. ' a. . - i-tn THI'RSIM V. - - AKnTI-sT j'i .rr aMTFrmrwi n r- (miii in II. iL.Hl. L.GCAL, MAFTIOIS!; Sli'ut rain on M')tid:iv ni-rut 'L'he rooting for the jail has ar rived. Uncanvassed Hams at Yl cents at Rozier & Jokerst, The Texas fever has broken out among the cattle in tho yitiity of Frederiektown. CARPENTERS WANCBu. -Apply to, John S. Whitlock on the Fair Grounds, . -f ble. dcnfe'icv. Mo. . The busy hum of tho threshing j machine may be heard most auy-j where in the rural districts. ,i T, . . . . . Doc. liraham is said to bo tho i i , ,. c. champion kite maker ol Ste. Geno vievo. Fresh Oranges ami Lemons at KOZIER & JOKERST'S Tho cell builders arrived on j Tuesday night and aro making day "hidioiis" with tho musicof their ham- nior& I " 1 It only cosU 61.25 to roll a hand-cart down Main street after dark that doesn't belong to you , at least this is tins experience of a cou- i pie of our young men in town. For the l'--st asBwrtment of Jeans at thi1 ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 August 1875

The Abwrdity of It It is all very well, for the poets to tell, Hv wv nf f hoir wnnir adorning. Of milkmaids who rouse, to manipulate cows, A t f vp nVlook in the morning : And oT moony young mowers who bundle oat-doors The charms of their straw-beds scorning Before break of day, to make ioyc ana nay, At five o'clock in the.morning: But, between me and you, it is all untrue Believe not a word they utter; To no milkmaid alive does the finger of five Bring beaux or even bring DUtter. The poor sleepy oows, if told to arouse, Wnnld do so. nerhaDs.ui a horning: But the sweet country girls, would they show their curls, At five o'clock in the morning It may not be wrong for the man in the song Or the moon if anxious to settle, To kneel in wet grass, and pop, but, alas ! What if he popped down on a nettle? For bow could he see what was under his knee If, in spite of my friendly warning, He went oat of bed and his house and his head, At five o'clock in.the morning? It ia all very well, such s...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 August 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Gbbat liarm ami dlncrnnfort is cruised l.v r ti!.1! U"Vf l"gativc. which trripc and nick Ol.ANCK CAKK. 1 Clip Of SUgai, 3 "it -vtcrn. -,.,,. lart.i;Ju, are lrte cup of butter, icnpof cold water 8 CtSSS ffij a,Ud .r .1 ttt'l Till" - MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Centra IYotes. Gov. Hardin has issued a proclamation. offering a reward of 8300 for the anprehen- ' (r,.rvnr tlic whites of two for sion or John II. Hubbard, charged with the f roestipir) -, " cu)- 0f jfte,l Hour, 2 murder of Jeremiah AVhite.in Texas Countv. "M' - cu,x UVV -x , . on the SOth of October last. , teaspoonfuls of basing pmwlei, J"- The President of the MU.nnri T,nifi,. 1,.. ! and iu!i of one oransre. llako in three announced bw determination not to follow the lead or the Kansas City and Northern lioad in cutting rates. Col. I.ucian J.Eaitin. editor of tin Glas gow Journal, and President of the State As sociation of Mexican Veteran-, has called a meeting of the soldiers of the Mexican War, to be held at F...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 August 1875

&: Ste. Ge neYieYe Co. Fair. PllEMIUM LIST. Continued from last Wee':. Foiil Btf&Bjj, Osier 13, 1875. CLASS r. w.oom.o noi:ft:s no vv.uwukv. i:i:jrii:i;i. No. T. llc-t .stallion 4 years old and over. ' No. li. IJo.-i .-tallion ."Years old am! under A i" No. :!. I'.est Midlion 2 vc.uvs ltl ami under 1-' No. -I. Ilest .stallion 1 Ve.ir old and under i H h No. .". Best .'tallion under 1 year. s Xo. 0. liest inarw 4 years oM and over. 20 00 N'o. 7. Best mart'. Ji j'tars old and under 4 I Xo. s. JJe.t mare. 2 years old and under :t 12 Xo. !. Jlest mare 1 year old and under S (HI Xo. 10. JJet inare uuderl year. XffStok Exhibited in the Blooded Uings can also compete l'or special and .sweepstake Premiums. DIVISION II. Best sadfle and harness (combined) horse, mare, or gelding". $20 00 DIVISION' III. Fastest trottitij? horse, man', or geldhi"; that never heat 3 minutes hi public to go in harness, mile heats best 3 in f. and Xto till 100 00 Second premium .. .VJ 00 DIVISION IV. RKN'E...

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 August 1875

i . V 4i PLAY. VOL. IV. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., AUGUST 2( 1875. NO. 12. S3 I 1 i itii:.:iiki Emur tiicusday bv ci, c, 'Attorney at Laff, o. HEHff ojjUTH, Ptop.U.: 1,,x,m,B1T1fJAM,(10..,TOBK, ' OFFICE ON M.MiKKr sikkkt, South Sil of P:ibltj SiiUuri!. TEBM3 OP SUBSCRIPTION: I'lvaritilily In advance. c'iy. iin: e..r. ......... . ....... ...H .vi . Ou:of twiiuy to sane: l'..ai-.)lici- - - C5"Clnii rates do not upply to iizc c.iyol Ste Ut-..cVKu. HATES OF AnVERTISKG. One qunrp. ixty words one insertion S 1.'"' F.ach subsequent insertion -"0 Business cards, inch space per year 0 0.), One-mmrtcr column, onf xear. -!0.(M1 ' , One-half column, one year. :?."i.00 One column, one your 70.00 Displayed advertisements charged by the inch. IfjT A'.! tmi.sient advertisements must be paid for in advance. W3? Yearly advertisements payable quar terly in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1 Carl SchurU. A U. S. ! St Louis, Me, Senators f Lewi-V. Bojjy, J St. L ui?. Mo. Fi-nrth Ont;rc!ion)l District Counti- i f ...

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 August 1875

l tc. (M flat 8. HENBY SMITH, Ettitor and Publisher. Official Journal of th.o County. C UBEENT TOPICS. JW the breaking down of a trestle bridge on the St. Louis and St. .Joseph branch of the St. Louis, Kansas City aiid Northern I'uilroad, near (lower, in Clinto'i County, Mo., on tin; 17th, a train composed of two passenger cars and a mail and an express car was pre cipitated into the chasm, a distance; of 20 feet. There were lift v or sixty passengcr. on the train, and over forty were injured. Mr. Anglinn , a commercial traveler for Weill & Co., St. Louis, and Capt. W. II. 15. War ren, of St. Joseph, died from their in juries, and the wounds of some others were supposed to be fatal. The engi neer of the train, when he felt the tim bers giving way, put on all steam and succeeded in running his engine safely over and breaking loose from the train. Thk announcement that Jell'erson Davis had accepted an invitation to de liver an address at the Winnebago (III.) County Fair provoked c...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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