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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 September 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Pkeskkve eggs by a quick dipping in boiling water, and packing with fresh salt, .small cud down. A Nice Cake. 1 cup molasses, 1 of cream, 2 cups Hour, 2 eggs, a piece of butter the size of a hen's egg, and an en teaspoonful of salcratus. 31ix all together and stir well. Uake in a moderate oven. Fkcit koi: Dessert. lieat well the white of an egg with a little water; dip the fruit in and roll it immediately- in some line crushed sugar; place it on a dish and leave it U or 0 hours, then serve. A more siglitly and exquisite desert than a plate of currants, thus dressed, cannot be had. Uakkd Corn. Take C ears of field . corn, or VI ears of sugar corn. Cut f the grain partly on", and scrape the rest; add 1 teapoonful of batter, a tea spoonful of sugar, and a tcaspoon ful of salt. Hub the.e well togeth er, and add a pint of new milk. Uake in a dish that you can place on the table without disturbing it. White Cake. cups of sifted Hour, h cups of white sugar, 1 cup of sweet...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 September 1875

ft Death of the Venerable .Madame Julie Jarrot. Died in tfau city, on the 4th inst, at tho house of ber daughter, Mrs. Felicito Till man, Julie Jarrot, at the advanced age of '.') yean and six month. This venerable - and highly respectable lady was bora on tho Uh of March, 1780, in the old town of Kaskoakia. At the time of her b:rth that portion of country wa held as a conquerod lrpvinco by the State of Virginia. This cinque t had been made by Gen. Gaorge Rogers Clark, under the authority of that f.tate a short time before. It had been English territory since the peace of 17W, by which trance ceded it to the English. Although under English government it was a .-tiled entirely by French Canadians. Kas kaikia was at that time and had been for r.iore than fifty years the most important town in the valley of the Mississippi. From this old town colonies went to settle other towns, not only on the east side of the river but on the west. 8te. Genevieve, the eldest settlement on the west si...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 September 1875

1 FAIR PLAY. VOL. IV. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., SEPTEMBER 16, 1875. NO. 15. 3.fEHEY SMITH. Propi-Isiox. okkk.k ox ii.::i;i;r ..::K:;r, S.mtli Si.Jt- .r Ii;JIij Sipl:ir. TtRlI3 OF Sw3SC21PTI0X: KhcIi uti:(iueiit insertion .."(I Ru'inrs'i ranis, inch spnci ior year Oiioqimrtrr column, one ar Onn-hnlf column, one venr. . . s? r,.on ( wnu column, oiih year Disptaycd advertisements charged by tlio inch.' Jfir All trnnsient advertisements must be paid for in advance. W Nearly advertisernenta pnrable quar terly in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1 Carl Schurtz. ! St Louis. x. s. Mc, Vu.niiitra ' Ii wis V. Roi?V. j St. iuii. Mo. F.HTth5(onnr.";':ional District Coiintic of Wai.hliU.fi, St.- Krancois. Stc. G.-ne-! view. Iron, Madin, Porrv, Capt Giranle- h'j. Itollihcer. Wnvne. KnvtioU. Carter, Butler, bi-ldarl, Scott. Mui.sippi. New Ma.lri(l, Dunklin. Pemiscot, Riply. and OrepHi.y Robtiri. A. HaU-her, M. C, New Madrid, W.o. Twnt third Senatorial Distric Conn-1 uu nf .Irdm-ruin Wnsliincrhin. St. Franc...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 September 1875

tc. fittrnwct m flag. S. HENBY SMITH, Editor and Publisher. OfB.ei.ul Journal of the County. CURRENT TOPICS. The greatest excitement has recently prevailed in Montreal, on account of an attempt to bury the hotly of one Gui- direct taxation, and opposes the grant ing of special privileges to corporations of all kind.-. Tiik entire Congressional delegation from California will he Democratic, the candidates elected being riper in tin First, Larkin in the Second, Luttrcll in the Third, and YViggington in the Fourth District. The propeller I'quiuox went down in nom m me catnonc cemetery. mc L:ik(. Michigan, during a severe storm months ago, after Guibord's death, the , on thu ni ht of the j,,, aml ;t is Mip. posed all onboard, twenty-two persons, Catholic authorities refused permission for his burial in consecrated ground. His remains were therefore deposited in the Protestant Cemetery, and an ap peal made to the English Privy Coun cil, which granted an order for his burial. A few days a...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 September 1875

It, (generic flag. 8. HENBT SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of tHo County, HERE AND THERE. Twentv-two miles of street?, with about 8,000 houses, have been ridded to London thus far during the year. The New York and New England pa pers continue to chronicle numerous suicides. W hat is the matter with folks, anyhow? Colokaik) wwiild be a good place foi indents of zoology. More than 1,000 varieties of insect life have been noted there, A large proportion are injurious to apiculture. A Pennsylvania camp meeting was recently broken up by six poor little skunks. The devil comes in various guises, and this particular one is not to be prayed down. A UuuxsKrOKT man has been cured of the foolish habit of carrying tobacco and cartridges loose in the same pocket. His pipe exploded and blew off part of his nose and lips. A shrewd firm, a trusted clerk, dis sipated habits, 10,000 missing, a family without its head, and a squad of detec tives on the track of the fugitive, make up the...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 September 1875

S. IIEXRY SMITH, Proprietor. 1 t THUh'SDAY - - SKPTEtthKKt 10, IS"-. Official paper of Ste. Genevieve County. John C. Calhoun's Opinion. The following is an extract from a speech of Hon. John C Calhoun, in tho Senate ot the United States, on the currency issue, and is emi nently appropriate to be quoted in iho prevailing discussion. "It ap icars to me, after bestowing the beet reflection 1 can give the subject, that no convertible paper, that is, no paper whose credit rests on the promiso to pay, is suitable for a cur rency. It ja tho form of credit propel in private transactions be ftween man and man, but not for a standard; of value, to perform ex changes generally, which constitute tho approximate .function of money or currency. 2?o ono can doubt that tho Government credit is better than that of any banii more stable and more safe. Lank pspor is cheap te those who mako it, but dear, very dear, to those who use it. On tho othor hand tho credit'of the Govern ment while it would gre...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 September 1875

1 THURSDAY. - - 5EPTEll'.K"R, I ;.' I::, LOCAL 3rA.rI"I7Kl.S If you want fine ferrotypes go to iirifkcy'H for :hem. AH kind and sizes of Pantographs ' taken at Hrickej''s. Ick Cream every Sunday dur ing the summer Hcamn at iw.t K. SKCKIXGEII'S. .If you want first class Photo- graphs come to Brtckey's new gal-' Iwry to got them. If you want old pictures copied and enlarged firing them to lirickcys corner public square, and come soon, 1 as he will not remain long. I Blank notes, with or without) stubs, furnished at ihis office. Wo' will soon have a supply of "Mori-! gage" or "Iron-clad'' notes on hand. I'riccs as low as elsewhere. A lady in this eity is anxious to find out what "Sacho-Pedro" means, as sho was awakond a few nights since by her husband calling nut in his sleep: ''Give up j-er Saiicuo-Pedro; I've got four ketehors." The tramp who wanted to know of a verdant Arkansian if he had green moss growing on his back excites nioro sympathy since he has but one eye and perambulates...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 September 1875

A DAY OF SUMMER BEAUTY. Out in the golden summer air, Amid the purple heather, A woman eat with drooping head, And bands close knit together; Never bitter word ehe said, Though all her lire looked cold and dead- Cold in the glowing haze that lay Over the fair green earth that day, That day of summer beauty. Far, far away where leafy woods Touched the sky, cloud-riven, A thousand birds rang out life's bliss In jubilee to heaven ; How could the poor old withered throat Carol echoes to each soft note? Every s-oul must pay life's cost Her deepest silence praised God most, That day of summer beauty. Too dullecfher soul, too worn to feel Summer delight acutely ; "While earth was praising God aloud Her patience praised him mutely. Her narrow life of thought and care N'ot life to live, but life to bear, Contented that her soul was sad, While all God's soulless things were glad That day of summer beauty. And where she stayed, a dusky speck In goiie and heather glory -i A wfarj spirit watched...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 September 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Kasphekky Vinegar. This is made by adding 3 quarts of vinegar to G quarts of berries. Let it stand 24 hours, then squeeze the berries, add to the juiee 9 pounds of sugar, scald and bot tle. Canned Kice and Tomatoes. Peel and slice very ripe and solid tomatoes ; then place a layer on the bottom of a glass can, and scatter in, uncooked, rice in the proportion of about 1 part rice to 5 of tomatoes. Then boil at least 1 hour, and can like ordinary fruit. CJitEEN Tomato Picki.es. 1 peck of green tomatoes, C common-sized onions, 12 large cucumbers, 1 small, fine head of cabbage, 1 teacupful of salt. Chop first the tomatoes, put in the salt and drain off all the green water, next chop the cabbage and cucumbers separately, then the onions. Mix all, spice your vinegar, scald, and when cold pour it oer the pickles. The onions can be omitted if desired. To Pickle Peaks and Peacues. Select medium-sized pears and smooth free-stone peaches; stick them full of cloves. Boil 7 poun...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 September 1875

$tr. tifcttttfew air flag. TueSto. Genevieve Fair will be held dsriD the week previous to our Fair) and front the unusual amount of interest that is being manifested in the enterprise by the Lome people, we are led lo believe that it will bo a grand success. The grouuda arc haaatifnlly situated, including a mag nificent grove, and the track cannot be excelled. The Director expect a large attendance from Chester, and we hope they may nut be disappoint ed. Chester Tribune. CLOTHING! STELLE, TOST, & CO. Maaakctnm ft Wholettlc Denim. In CL F1EHS G1S, 54 sn X. FUlk Street, 83RE.r. ST. LOUIS MO. ALL .KIXDS OF STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., $. KE.ysr Sjvjtrx, JPWsg, Term: l.."5 a. Year We especially invite close burets to exam ine our stock now large and complete. 42-3m.-Sept l-3m. Six hundred and twelvo men and ono hundred and fifty-eight women were recently indicted in .Russia, of whom two hundred and sixty -five vero arrested for participation in the aocialiatic movement. Th Pro. r, t .1 i . ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 September 1875

FAIR PLAY. VOL. IV. STE. GEXEVIEVE, MO., SEPTEMBER 28, 1875. XO. 16. js vt i 1 . wau'MBa icraar tjichsdat iit 5. HENEY SMITH, Proprietor.. urr:T. us makkk: s.f:r.i:r. iSoittiVSitU .r P iil?:c hieiirr. I TEsUCS 0? Su2SCBX?nOK: t. ! variably In odrance. ' c -ty . Im ; ! , jwtut im 1 . !.imr i'..,;-i.m-. ... i..i X . lu.i of Mnmy to tsuue 1'uai-oOiov t . o 4 )"Cliiit rates Uo&ot apply to Um oltyU 8t v BATE OF iBTEKTISINC. One square, sixty words one innertion 1.00 1 tJIach subsequent insertion ftusigev cards, J inch space ier year 6 0.1 pllne-quarter column, one year. '50.00 Onermlf column, inn year. i.i.ixi One column, on yenr 10.00 Displayed advertisements charged by the inch. fH" All trunsient advertisements must tie paW for in advance. tBT Yearly advertisements parablo quar terly in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Carl Sehnrtz. St Louie, Mc, LhwWV. Bogy, St. Luis Mo. v. "e.iagftrs P..irt1i Congressional District Coitntie of Wihingtnn. Ste Francois, Me. Gene vieve. Iron, Madion. Pe...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 September 1875

-.as , j4 8. HENS 7 SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Offlcitil Journal of tlie County. i """"j1 CUKliENT TOPICS. 4-....-., ..-..:i.l. i;nutir iid-iirrpi .ti.Wiiir.i. icuiiii. ......... . , , ,,. , . i 4i, ,,.,.. Z! K ZZZ v. -J:.. ...i n- i..:.,f ..m 'f,,n,l. uuui, o ---- - . ,. i,i,.iir tin. pcrsonto a watery-grave,.,-, Auioug uie i r , -, r.,:,.i,.ini-e' vif. Mini lost were Captain i-au batiks wile aim creu aim suuiv, cauiiug i ,.5..,v -firl ,.mr nin.. A.Liiitri. utrsiiii-.s null' " . . .. . . . i in number, were saveit in the boats. The District-Attorney of the City of Brooklyn recently addressed letters to Kev. Henry Ward Heeehcr and Francis I. Moulton, suggesting that the public interests would be best served by enter- inir a nolle prosequi in the case of Henry Ward IJeceher against Francis I). Moulton for libel. Mr. Iteecher, in reply, concurs in.'thC disposition of the case as suggested by the District- Attorney. Mr. Moulton saws he cannot acquiesce iu the action proposed, and dem...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 September 1875

8. HENBT SMITH, KUMr WidPubliilier. Official Journal of the County. THE BARB AND THE ARAB. -'A T.tttjLl Portrait of the " florae of IllooUT Origin ur Some Celebrated Itnee How the Arab t'hooe Their Sew ml years ago Gen. Dauinas, of the French army, while serving in tlie East, made a special .study of the horses and horsemen of Algeria and neighbor ing pfovMKvj.s. 'He had unusual facili ties fur his work. Fur two years he was Consul of France at Mascara; then he was charged with Arabian affairs in the province of Oran, and was sub-c-qiiWitly made director of Central Ara bian affairs of Algiers. Those positions put him in connection with the chief natives and the great families of the countrv. He learned their language, mingled freely with them in their tents, and studied his subject with the aid of wide and varied pcr.-onal observation and experience. He got his informa tion, as he informs us, from all classes and conditions of society, ''from the noble in his tent down to the simple...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 September 1875

8. 1ENIY SMITH, Freprteter. i THURSDAY - - SEPTEMBER, 23, 1H751! m 1 Official paper of Ste. Genevieve County. Among Ye Editors. On our recent trip to Doniphan we look in Cape Girardeau, Cairo, Pop lar Bluff and Frcdericktown, and oalled od ye editors of various nc wb papers on the rounds. Among them we called on Mr. Weidt of the Wes tern Press at Capo Girardeau. We found him as jovial as ever and up to his ears in buninefm We also met our friend Louis Meyers, ex-lo cat editor of the Western Press, Meyers has made his fortune at the printing business and retired, lie now keeps the "Centennial," a neat little barroom in the Cape, where he will furnish his friends with the best quality of wines, liquors, cigar, &c. He is as good-natured and good-looking as ever. Next, at Cairo we made the ac quaintance of Mr. Oberlie, Jr. asei6t ant editor of the Cairo Bulletin, and also Mr. Frost foreman ot the news room and assistant local editor of the samo paper. We found them very pleasant gen...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 September 1875

THURSDAY. - - SEPTEMBKR. IX. Is7. LOCAL MATTERS Jl you want tine tune ypes gu to Mriuk cy'a tor :hetn. County Court met last Monday and received the new jail. X kind and mzt-a of Photograph taken at BriekryV "Begorrub," said Barney Sullivan "fhwat a piece af worruk is roan !" Ice Cream every Sunday dux ing the summer winon at ual ' E. SECKINGER'S. If you want first class Photo- graphs come to iirickeyV new gal lery to get them. There is couoiderable aicknens a in tho country-, and our physicians ate constantly in the aaddio. Friees aa low as ever at the Old Reliuble, One Price clothing Store" of Ilamm & Co. The county tire-proof office h rapidly approaching completion, and from present appearances will be a bandsomo building. Mrs. Detclunundy will please accept our thaoKs for a baskol ot fine tomatoes. They wero the hjrgostjwe have seen this year Tramp, tramp, tramp, the bor.i are marching. Only one hundred and filty-nirie and ninty nine bun dredtba in town the past week. The re...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 September 1875

Doukle Harvest. The farrcer sat at his kitchen door,B Smoking his noonday pipe, And over the field- hU eyes were cast, Where the grain, so golden-ripe, Nodded away, Through the summer day, With shadow and sunshine hard at play. Down by :he pate the fanner saw (And be chuckled low in sice) Two, who whispered together there, "So!" aid the fanner, I sec! If I kucs aright, And their skies are bright, There'll bs harvesting soon with main and might." The weeks went br and the old barn groaned With the might of harvest store; Hut the fanner laughed, for well he knew There remained one harvest more, Since Cupid had sown, With grain of his own, A crop that love must harvest alone. The farmer sat at his kitchen door When the evening meal was done. And he laid a kiss on his daughter's brow, And welcomed his new-found son; And the harvest-time. With wcdding-bell chime, Sang its days into merry rhyme. Uve's -Foolish Dream. I pointed to theBinJf w)ose lay j Was caroled overhead ; " His joyous st...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 September 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. - Kkkosene Flames are rcailily extin guished by throwing a cloth over them, thus stilling them. l$ut clotli is not al ways in the kitchen, where kerosene ac cidents are most likely to occur. Flour is recommended as a substitute. Thrown upofrt.hc ilames, it quickly ab sorbs the fluid and deadens the flame. Kice-avexa Muffins. 1 cup of boil ed rice, 1 cup of water, and 1 cup Cana da oaf-meal; mix thoroughly, and put in oiled muflin rings; in a covered frying-pan bake 15 minutes, then turn and bake 10 -minutes on the other side. Take them oil' the lire, and let them stand covered 5 minutes, when, if done, they will . slip out of the rings easily. Dish on a napkin, and cover them until served. They harmonize nicely with stewed currants, sweet fruits, and fresh strawberries and raspberries. Radish-Pod Pickles. (lather when young and tender, pnt them into brine over night, then boil this brine and pour it over the pods in' jars, covering closely to keep the steam in. Whe...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 23 September 1875

tr. Gtwcim ir flag. HUNTINGTON BANK ROBBERY. A DttaiM Account of iht Affair. (CornpvBlenceoriliFbpriielil RepaMlnn.l Hcktikgtok, Sept. Oth. "Will you ud jour readers believe that I wiita truth or fiction when I tell the plain fact of the remarkable bank robbery here, nn affair in all ita details almost incredible it: this country or in this century ? Four men have been stepping in this neighbor hood for two or three weeks, one of them h. a hotel here, auktug a considerable bank deposit and frequently calling at the bank u business, registering as J. C. Johnson of Tennesee ; tho other boarded at a farmer's, dealt a Utile in stock and purchased four fine horses. Without creating suspicion they rode to a tanner's en Saturday, with taeir horsss in spwsdid condition, ana re mained uatil Monday. While there they ere grooming their hersas almost con stantly frequently bathed their backs with arnica, had them carefully shod ud made leady for the fearful race before them. At 2 o'clock. Monda...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 October 1875

i i VOL. IV. STE. (iKXKVIKVK. MO.. OCTO'BEK 20, 1875. NO. 20. T A FT? 1 1 I. y rrvnv -'TFTT TV.-.-. ' r i.rrv.i. .s marm-:t r.Tf:r.T, Squill ii:!o ..c I'uiilii. t:ii:t.-H-. T - iri.',' in mtvabSi'. 'i-y i in- 4 i I.- t .t in1 i'.st- ffi-. . . . UiikMir AUiKhinnu. ; .ur. ,i,ty w.,r.U o $ !.. r..t tuWqueia ."-wriM-ii .,o On. -Jrr,.!,imt,.onMW i a h!f folumn. n r "'"v) . cl-i.n... .. .-r I:pUyt'd aJv r,.icmeot cUitrgid .y th jr AM t:T..ipnt lT-rtiniiiU mut . IJ f r in n'ivmic. ttjf- Ynr.y H-ivcTtiH'-mpiit iMTt.' quar t.ri in IvMncP. THE FAIR. a wnii T.ist of Premi- - urns Avarded. v'LXSS A -DIVISION I. M m:-i.- or a t.i. uokk. fvpt Stiilli..;: 4 y. ;i; -i i.NI : ; " -vi r.T u tri -. i'n suiiini :;v: t.. ! :.- ni:irI. . ..wn.-d I.v .iulili V. "..! :y. t !. I'!..l-v- ':. nil j.r: i:i:iu:. ll. r. ..uii. Ii IJcri.ard I:.i:i:is 't vifc 1". (.(Mi. Ilit .-taili;n. 3 vc-ns old aad iiii'.-r i: 2 . .ttlrics. J'ir: m iuii:i 1 i'iii.'-.-. a lifd ; l. -in:.', o Roth, d'Mf. ;. ; vieve fo.; M-ciid 1 ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 October 1875

J ' 8. HE7 ZZZ1TZ, Editor aad Publielier. Offi Journal of tho County. in1?TT;Nrrr rkPTr' VjV j- vj- Elections were held in the States of di, Iowa and Nebraska oh the 12th Jrni returns received up to the night of the 15th the following results were announced: In Ohio, Hayes for Gov ernor and the entire Republican ticket are elected. Majorities estimated at from 2,000 to 0,000. The Re publicans have a working ma jority in the Legislature. In Iowa, the Republican ticket, headed by Kirk wood for Governor, has from 25,000 to 85,000 majority. In Nebraska the en tire Republican ticket is also elected, and the new Constitution carried by a large majority. Commodore Vanderbilt having se cured control of the Lake Shore Kail road, the present western connection of the Erie Railway, the latter company on the first of November will open a new through line from New York to Chicago by way of Salamanca, Cleve land (over the Atlantic and Great West ern Railroad), thence to Shelby Station, Ohio, over...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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