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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 October 1875

f. HE527 SKITH. Lflitor and Publisher. Official Journal of the County. A GEORGIA HUNT. Pursuing a Kr In a Palmetto-Patch A IfaMd-to-Hamd Kacouutcr. From the Atlanta Constitution. After dinner and a good ca.y rest, we arranged for a bear-hunt. We Lad seen fresh signs just lefore we stopped, and it was supposed by Lee that he woul return to the same palmetto-patch late mat afternoon. It was agreed that Brown and Yarborough would remain nd watch this place until night,and Lee and myself would go farther down the island (it is ten miles long) and search for other indications of bear. The dos were tied and left with the baggage We had gone about, a mile and a half when we came to the object of our search. In a palmetto-patch a bear had been within the last twenty-four hours and had pulled many buds. We niovetl beyond for the sake of getting the win right, and we had not gone far before a heavy rain came on us, and lasted for an hour. Our blankets and coats were two miles away, and we had...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 October 1875

jejpe'.'!1-. at 6 G2 3 i i i in lv'Vi. ! cuMii a by , i:t" V .-iTirtiuirr,' v m present l to me .. .. ... ... ... r. .::!:! . i T'i h f tr i i - Air -.-- ft. ' . , . I man unu oeen murtlervil at lfl- I.. . t :. . Kurder. Ur.i-.; Last Sunday evening our siulcc'ty j ,. was startled with tho news that a; bv ::. fait t h it I . t' ;m i! i' (: ' ' til--!! ':i-;l it;: tins I. .. ns ! I: . - J -. r. ' tr. r. i , i:t ; w if. - .ft S. IIKS31 SMITH, l'roprifior. ...... i '";i ,u i - ,.,.-.;--:,-r-..-. -- ,.-.-.---.,"Dru W"Pg o Ju.Sge n,j.,:., .u u tii-n a- s -sera 0 !..... : j . i ... . .mnwuaieiy tcpa.rc.l 1.. the i.,.,rti,.ai i, , j,,, j street near the .loor of th. t.ai k mi!, in almost a lifeless '-orvii'i . II.-. j head wa lying in a pool ..t M... .j w.th lls'.i skull crushed itml m'Vlt r4? fHf other severe cuts an i 'jrniv - on !. Ilorticlj was a ion u li.o fj t, , . Official paper of Ste. nJ :ilur xs,mi,,i,t i,u w,,un ls ; riouiu't-il lltvm latul, t:j i ih. v Genevieve County. ; )roved...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 October 1875

r7 ' 6 - -.-: iii-ui--. re J i'l'tiviviifv.i thi'V ::! gre- iv I"l-.e FA:;i Play, - t l.c? week, cu:.- iue which meur k. It seems M ..:,!. i-,l about tie 1 Th -ir .; cha Ihi'IliiiT! T. f'T.t'.c:: Tiio nn-l lariMir or;:i of igvir uric o in shown in the. ig'ioraneo of - ti "- owr t-r? or: -rsr . ..LV..IAW?.-H't i'. ..'PI ,.'IL.'. "IJ'EFI 23 led. TtH 'ay. (t:r iiti-.ii id. is- local 3i.vrr ri :itj-i .1 I. II .-l ill !.. .... pybhc eemeterv IYe C o:i li ' t. r 1 -ii ?; ', t i T: i H':y try v. o ' )"!- i :' ! t li-- :-;. ! il- l!f ' ! .;!: li'lt J l-.-i . t! v. i.i .. .U: l'i a stid I -V ! !,!) , (UO ll'li,', !' . '.:n!-i. when t!'"V Colossal Col.l Shpaf ' biut vi!i:at. i 't'l.e &t?er.t:on of Farmer is itliv in ' v;-e.l V- it M'W cf rin!, v. Isi.-ri t-r i i-ndi i lie fjua'itn. hardness and fre-' 1 t'-..?-i dis ' j -r h ii J s out-rivals all ot'ier m c;i;i,u. d I varict; -. It iv.fi-i t s b.ptali hi t. -v,-r- : - ... e ri - 1 . i: . . t r . 0.t - . u .1 - vir, ':v o: '-: I'i.ninu- mnm...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 October 1875

Hy Little Ghost BY SUSAX COOLIDGE. I.22L I know where it lurks and hides, In the midst of the busy house, In the midst of the children's glee, All day its shadow hides; Xoliody knows but inc. On a closet shelf it dwells, In the darkest corner of all. Mid rolls of woolen and fur And faint, forgotten smells Of last year's lavender. That a jrhost has its dwelling there Noliody else would guess "Only a baby's shoe, A curl of golden hair" You say, "A toy or two "A broken doll, whose lips And cheeks of waxen bloom Show dents of fingers small Little, fair finger tips A worn sash that is all." Little to see or to guess; Itut whenever I open the door. There, faithful to its post, With its eyes' sad tenderness. I sec my little ghost. And I hasten to shut the door, I shut it tight and fast, Lest the sweet sad thing get free, Lest it flit Iteside on the floor And sadden the day for me. Lest iM-tween me and the sun, And lietwcen me and the heavens, And the laugh in the children's eyes, The shado...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 October 1875

Cabinet or Parlor Organs. Thc have become the most popular of large musical instruments. There are now about two hundred and fifty makers of these in the United .States, who produce more than forty thousand orjratis per annum. Most of these are wry poor instruments. This is natur ally so, because there are few articles in the manufacture of which so much saving can be made by the use of infer iofl improperly prepared material, and inferior workmanship, and yet which, when finished, show so little difl'erence to the average purchaser. The impor tant parts of an organ, made as well as they can be, cost two or three time as much as if made as low as possible. Yet, when the organ is done, it is not easy from casual hearings to tell the difference between the Wst and a very poor one. Eseeially when .shown by one who knows how to cover up defects, to one who has not special skill in .such matters, it is not difficult to make a y poor organ appear a gxd one. j The temptation to makers, the...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 October 1875

a AtSniinislratcr's Sale of Kcal folate. In pur'tinnce .f un trdr of thi County i "ourt .of Ste. Geneive entity, M. . pas-- j d fct is Julv fnn, ln73. ai.d bv authority f 'aw, I Sim .n A. GiMtrnon. b.i Public i Aii;;niatrtor of r-t G-neviev.- cutintv, j '., Ill ct.ariT" cil the Ci-t;ite of . .l v, deceased, wtb. -M the- .oveniVr, 1.(5. nt tlm tror.l door . f the urt-h.tuse, i:i it!? ity o" St G.-n-vicvc, j V. ween the hours lrt a. m n,1 ,"i j.. m. j tt! day, txi" f-T sa'e at puh-u; vn- j tuts an '.I outcry, the fiiL.wing real estate! i?:"ti;;ijr i s iii .'o'.i:. Ki-nt.e Iv, deceased, j I-Vl Th nonbuy t quHrur ,.f the ; t ri inrn r of section cMji.tii, ! UtllWest wnstiip tuirU-Sii rnr 'i l.iiiv, nttt cull-l 'siiiiu" forlv iter. A'tto, lJi; Minth li.i!f i-f tifirt!i-.vtFt quarter, notion thirty-llvat township tliirtv five, t . .lT 1"! n,irr.1 zoning, ..ote nd and ixid wnrity, bear J r.j; ten per cent interest, rcqmrea M. A. (JUKiNOX I.ate Public Administrator, in cliar of the i-atale ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 October 1875

FAIR P VOL. IV. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., OCTOBER 28, 1875. NO. 21 J5& (SciWiirrc ;r.ulv 2?utft, : rrr.' i-iii.: .....in thcm.at r.T o. ilJjNEY SMITIL PrOTJiiotOl. . off:, r. ..'.::..r.r s ::r.r.r. .!' I5u!.i- S.ju:.:-.. r,7 5UiiEcr.:rr:c::: Jrxrii.M :n .iivi'it'- . c A "..!.- fnr t . . . "itit.I . i i.-.n.f I'..-! 11:-. ....1 SO i Cm. i 'it iKviuy to i-ai l'..n-'inv- ... . -J . J01ti nut io l.'t aj.;ilr 10 in c.!J ul So? RVTFrfOF AUYERTniXO. ; iAnm fcqiiir', sixty wnis one inOTtioti $ J.) Ksch mbuciit'iii. iuMTiion ."(1 lt!Hiiii enra?, i; irirh .spir it v'Mr 1 0ij On-iimirti-r eoluain, oiii -Hr. ':0.i)o On imlt" oulumii. oii'j jf'ir. (10 One column, hih y:tr 70.0ft i i.j .:. . . ..t i i- ,i. . I i " , ' 'Clocks, watches iJewelry, All trmiiit aavertifMiiONts mut. 4 pid for in n-ivanc. j Y'nrlv ndveriisfiii"nU nnratio cuar- (Mrl in advance, Xrol'es-iionnl C'aivls. J. 15. KOISKIXS, Attorney at Law, ofKicv: ori'oxirn ja.vw a cox .stork, Ste. ( jenevieve, Mo. JI.Ts. SH A Attorney at. Law...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 October 1875

i The Deserted Homestead. BV BENJAMIN F. TAYIOB. I. Full twenty summer-times ago I walked along this country road, When life and love were both in blow And none would dream it ever snowed. I saw a schoolma'am coming down, Her rippling hair was golden brown; I saw her linn and slender hand, I saw her foot-prints in the sand, A pair of rhymes in dainty type That brought to mind the old Gazette Where village poets used to pipe The cricket corner where they set, In little letters, chirps of song Whose lives were only cricket-long And read them off, as children tell A poem by the nonpareil . ii. I turned highwayman as I stood Beneath these oaks now olden grown, And cried, as ruder robbers would, "Thy life and treasure arc my own!" I halted her with love's surprise And saw my answer in her eyes. A bee was busy with a flower, A bird sang low from maple bower, The old white school-house swarmed with noise, We heeded not the Babel rout. The girls knew better than the boys What meant the meet...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 October 1875

8. HEI7ET SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of tho County. A NINETY-MILLION DOLLAR LAWSUIT. "Z 9f Uaoarf, Kumii and Texas Ratl Kad' Mortgage of $30,000,000 A Owe that AJfrcts a Thonnuii Happy Homenteada. From the New York Sun. Washington, October 18. The case of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Kail- road Company against the United States and the settlers upon the Osage ceded lands will be argued in the United States Supreme Court this week. The case is one of great magnitude. The Railroad Company claims to have al ready mortgaged the lands for $30,000,- f '000, which is not more than one-third of their actual value to the settlers The Railroad Company is represented by Senators Edmunds, Conkling and Frclinghuysen, and Mr. Phillips ; the 'United States by the Attorney-General, and the settlers by Judge Black, Judge Lawrence of Ohio, and Governor Shan non of Kansas. This case vitally affects the homesteads and the material inter ests of a large'conimunity of people. It conc...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 October 1875

1 Ste. gcumm $rir -Stag. S.llENBY SMITIf, Proprietor. LUMBER YARD, N. WEHKER Pro'r. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO. Roir & Jokerst, Whole-a!.? ftr.i Beiai! IK-nlori in I.OX' iiC r.ifl-,l l.t THUPS'lAY. OCTOt'.EK. 2S. 1H77. ; , beat Dimension Lumber, 1- 11 . OvtT ll! ft flf?riei1 nnTiT fl" ST Pniiio.1 ni.r hundred T .ll.d MilF 1 llf ! -A" Sl.inl- per TlioutHinl "Mr X" .-hint'es : er thnutfiiei.. 1 4 DMIXISTKATOKS NuTK K.-No-' .TJL litvN hereb rheti that l-ncr.-t yduiiiii.-li.ir.ou tin- e.-tate of Ni- hola ' oki-nl'ii-z. lalent'Ste. t.Yt.evie.e county. M 1 a-ed. have been ..'ranted to the ! undei-iiriied. :H ili:nilt liitt-thlv. !y the clerk !' tin- i-iiuiity -uurt of county. - lii-asii tSatf tolR-r JHli. All per- - T-v " -, -on-havhi"; kiinis uiraiu-t -aid e-iate are Lumber of Lvery Description .,,.,,,,.,! tlM xhibit ti.. .-ami- tbr nii'iw nI,r , rni' ( ...nrFPIES ,,,.., M. I land i wi hin .wirar limn tin- dai- ... .-aid lit-. I)IT t.iUUIJ.S, 1 Ix-ni-tit f -in!i .-Sate : and if -sit li claim...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 November 1875

Ste. Fair Play enevi S. TIKXltV SMITH, Proprietwr. TKK.US: Sl.SO X'cr Yeur. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., NOVEMBER 1. hS7:. -'VOL. IV -NO. 22. eve n J VERFEGT DAY. Ill" CAJiJ- M'EXCKS. v The c.lrth is wraiipeil in .'i dream of bliss, Jn a n:-l complete; Ami the touch of the air ia like a kiss, Cuuilortin?, bweet. And Uia tinycxeatiirca are singing low r As :i lu!l.uj'; And the wutchins- .silence dotlt Uir and glow .b the wind creeps by. And there is the sim'a o-.vn mantle flung On tliu.'lu tuut-tiis. And yonder ans tangled raiulovs hun With nhiiaineriiig drops. And over the things fo f-oon to die It a jWMllfr law, A luibh f pe.i,-f, an 1 a tenderer sky Than the summer e;iv. Open the ivindoivs wide to-day, v.'h -re a foul may dvvull. In tile hi'.irt of p il:u:e ijntnd and gu, Or a prison-cull. O lo'ik, yc happv, till pleasure grows a nobler thing; Till yon bring your jny as the amber flows, i'ur an olleri.ig. And look, ye we.irv, till grief and pain Transligared shine: l!ojoic for th crim-rm ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 November 1875

fr. (grower Jafc lmj. 3. HENBT SMITH, tflitor mad PntilUher. Official Journal of tne County. CURRENT TOPICS. Aveky destructive fire occurred at Virginia City, Nevada, on the 2Gth. It broke out about daylight, in a house in the southeastern part of the city, and spread rapidly in all directions, the Fire Department being apparently unable to check its progress in the least, from want of water. All the city north of Smith Street was destroyed, comprising the principal business buildings. The extensive works of the Ophir, Consoli dated Virginia and California Mining Companies were all burned. It is esti mated that nearly ten thousand people have been rendered homeless and desti tute. Relief was at once sent from San Francisco, and Wells, Fargo & Co. in structed their agents on the coast to re ceive contributions and forward them free of charge. The agricultural returns for October show that the wheat crop of the present j-ear is a short one, and there is a marked deterioration in q...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 November 1875

JS tt. &mvm flag. 8. HENET SMITH, Editor and Publuier. Official Journal of tlie County. MIS&)URI STATE NEWS. General JYotea. Willard P. Hall, delegate. St. Joseph ; I.afe Dawson, alternate, Marvville; E. II. Norton, delegate, Tlattc City; Samuel A. IUchanlson, al ternate, Gallatin; John j;. Hale, delegate, Car rollton; Ira I!. Ilvdc, alternate. Princeton; Wm. A. Hall, delegate, Huntsville; K. H. Broun, al teniato, Kirkuvillc; Odon Guitar, delegate, Co lumbia; Henrv C. Lackland, alternate, St. Charles; Wm. p. Harrison, delegate, Hannibal; fames . IJIair. alternate, W'illianistown; K. T. an Horn, delegate. Kansas City; K.U.Tygard, alternate, Ilutler; Waldo P. Jonns-n, delegate, Osceola; Joijoph I.. Stephens, alternate. Ifcxin vjlle;J. I.d. Itolcli, delegate, Jefferson City; A. C. Barry, alternate, Warsaw; Joseph W. 51c Clurg, delegate, I.inn Creek; C. A. Starts, alter nate, Holla; B. P. Bland, delegate, Lebanon; -laiftts II. Maxey, alternate. West Plains; John S.prhelps, deleg...

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

, The following wo clio from th . s . . rt One of cu;r lehdini; irrniPr?, vh:U: roinini ,Tivt-iM.TynvW:,rm,H! I . rv 10 iiialii. 07 (TO pf.'OP$V FirlVf RoV!f.r h.-nin;; in eti-tinliv lien Botd at:., wife, the f 5 , H 1 f V' sM.PS'JlV' -J 1 U L b b i L I , urinr c-T-fr n,.Bf,v,fl to town the olh.-r dnv. saw a mu. drivi:,-I '"''-'"T u"'u l!e tvln,;i; ' " I I : . wr... x-i - r. -uu. . nfi.iui o.u i i :i i j jj; inwi . . 1 la-i Thtu -dav ui-dit at Fulton Ii! Mr.. , r- 1 :t ji:i;r of steers th.1l had to pull -ti enorinou i 'r1-'" - ' ' MCMI-AY. - - SOVEMBKK. 4. is7.-,.lur!;-log. Tiie. loud wna loo mucu. and j T'';1! ,,ri,: " !:"re of counter- -fc0:ea!c an! r.y.&il Dealer ia Krij.-i n.iln.i.i cuiuptutv s:koI f. Faiu-v C'uiidiei?. ul. th... .-..t int., th.. ere.k oi.e of the- "panui " n v. a uw-ovi-n-u a. j Official parser Gf Ste. ! ,tcCT3 iia down b u.e v.nt.-r 7bh int.d...iiMiiii.MtiVM.izim.ai,.i.nwx-i..j' . ;00I-Q (JKOC'KUIESJ L rinmi'-T the teumsler wry mad awl in iiiMsioji no " "-...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 November 1875

V v Cr - THURSDAY, - - NOVEMBER. 4, lfi'S. LOCAL fATTKKS Lwuiiwimu'iu-imiini v naum. I; l.i i a. ..... . Circuit court comnicnced last Monday. Ilillsborians iudulgo in the snort of fox chasing. A new boarding house was erect at Jiock Haven hit week. A turkey was killed hy a grey eaglo in W.iyt.o county recently. School shoe- iitnl hoots Nr'bovs rind girl-i -ith combination lips, ti new mid very durable style by JJ. JiAL'.M. Mr. Felix Winston iundufour bundled and sixty gallons of Sorghum iiohi-ies with his mill this rear. Jacob Fa Ik. F.hj.. ha.- miMi his stre liou-c. one story during tin p:;.-t week. It adds greatly to its appearance. The Farmer and Mhur is one of the finest printed papers that graces our sanctum. The weather has been exceeding ly pleanant for the past few days at Jenst that is what everybody says. Our oh! friend and former town-man Mathew Kern. F.s(., paid our town a dy ing visit on Wednesday. He looks lobe in tine health. The lilujf (Jit'zai has only nine teen sh...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 November 1875

Skit the Dior. The night is cold; the fierce winds blow; Dark clouds the heavens hide; The air is white with drifting snow; The cruel Frost-King reigns outside His minions roar, Oh! shut the door. Within, the fire burns warm undbright. And light dispels all thought-, of gloom; The lowered curtains hide the night; Luxurious comfort fills the room, And caMj floats o'er. Oh ! shut the door. Within, the social liarp, sweet-toned, No discord yields, no players fail; There beauty reigns, and wit is crowned, And Virtue's pure, unspotted veil Is each thrown o'er. Then shut the door. For, Just without, they shivering stand, The wretched freezing, steeped in sin, Begging for warmth, some kindly hand To ope the door and let them in. But no; still more We'll shut the door. The fierce wind must not enter here, And Virtue must not meet with Sin; These tender frames no cold could bear, And white robes black whcnSin comes in. Forever more, Then shut the door. Yes, shut the door the cold, the storm,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 4 November 1875

A Famous ttedlcal Inatlttitlon. From the Chicago Times. "The name of Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., has become a familiar to the people all over the country as ' household word.-.' His wonderful remedies his pamphlets and hooks and his larjrc medical experience have lirou;,'ht him into prominence and given him a folid reputation. The Timet, in the present issue, presents a whole-page- com munication from Dr. Pierce, and our readers may gain from it some idea of the vast pro portions of his lniines.- and the merits of his medicine?. He has at IJulluIo a mam moth establishment, appropriately named 4 the World's Dispensary.' where" patient are treated anil the remedic- compounded. Here nearly a hundred per.-ons arc employed in the several department- and a eorp- of aide and skilled phy.-kian- stand readv to alleviate the Millering- of humanity hv'the not approved method-. Tlie-e phv-icians are in frequent coiiMiltation with J)r" Pierce, and their eomliined experience brought to h...

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

18S5 GENERAL BREVITIES. Sauble settlement in Manistee Coun ty, Mieh., is greatly excited oyer the appearance of a black bear with a white face. Old lace is the object of the latest fashionable mania, and the factories are running double time to supply the do- j mand. They did have a droll thing at the late town fair of Guilford, Connecticut. It was a drum-corps of fifty veteran drummers, led by Major Page, 85 years old, who commanded the Tenth Con necticut Militia fifty years ag. An other feature was the appearance of about one hundred ladies and gentle men, riding double on horseback, the ladies on pillions in the style of hc hun dred years ago. A Kici! and eccentric I'elgia resid ing at Vermond (Alsne) lately wrote to his relatives to come and see a coat he had ordered. The', imagining the in vitation meant a breakfast, went, and were astonished to see a scries of collius, which the original was Uying one after the other. He had caused them to be made by a number of differ ent joi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 November 1875

(5te. Genevieve Fair Play. S. IIICXRV SMITH, Proprietor. TKIOIS: 81.5U Per Year. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., NOVEMBER II, 1875. VOL. IV.-NO. 23. WHEN BABY DIED. MV cor,, i.. c. STRONG. The day the ISaby liel the flowers Drooped o'er the leaf. Ami birds within the shady bowers Piped plaintively tneir grief, f And through the garden in tne sunj It seemed as if the day were done When Bahyuied! . As if o'er all thejland a sudden blight Had withered flower and leaf in one thort breath. Unto a mother's heart day turned to night, As life to death; While to her now come back with sudden tears The winsome face, the tossing curls aglow, The little feet that pattered to and fro, The angel wisdom ot three happy years, All ending with such suddenness of woe When Baby died! From out the drawer care she takes with trembling The little shoes that Batty used to wear; Ah! but the silence of the missing feet. The tearful vision of the face so sweet Baby's dead! Put in its place away the curl of hair Nay, she...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 November 1875

git. 6cncricvc Jaw flay. B. HEKET SMITH, Editor end Publisier. Official Journal of tlio County- CURRENT TOPICS. Goyekkor Garland's message to the Arkansas Legislature recommends the passage of a bill in reference to the 0 the practice of imposing on the poor immigrants may be broken up. The steamship Pacific, Captain J. 1). Howell, of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's line, from Victoria, IJ. C, to San Francisco, foundered when about 10 miles south of Cape Flattery, on Thursday, Xov. 4, and it is believed all on board were lost except one person. This solitary survivor, In New York City, on the 2d, two Polish .Tews, named Joseph (Soldnnn and 3Io.es l'i-katt. partners in the jewelry lm-i-nes., fought a duel with pistols in a private room. Goldman was shot over the rhrht cheek and instantly killed. IMskatt wa. ..hot over the right eye and mortally wounded. The London PoM of the 2d says the new Texas cotton classes much better than the old, and quotations average 1-ltid. higher. It ...

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