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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 November 1875

Jfr. Dctmt flag. r. HEK27 SMITH, Ltotor and Ptfblisher. OlTioiuI Journal of the County. A Remarkable Blind Woman. Blind people can be taught to perform some kinds of work us well even bet torthan those who have their sight. The probable reason of their excelling ' in things which they are able to do is 1 because they h;rve so few things to lo, and so, of course, can spend more time on them, but there are blind people who can do so many things that it is ' hard to think what kind of work they i Cailt do. I)nriiir tlu u-iii.l- if u-ii: the fortune of tl.,?.H..r i.. ..... ..'.,. iiiI.),,...f i IMC SIH'PH' or nnr inch iiiii-imi vimiqii whose accomplishments practical ae- COmnl!slllllfnt Mr nlnuxl iii.ii...'i- 1.1. ,ul r.v "-, .nm i.uiiij ciy cicuiianie. J o- ward the upper end of Fourth Avenue, with an acquaintance of the woman in . i , . ....... is hmad-verysmall-and here this blind woman ueais out goods to her custom - er.s. She sells all kinds of cakes, can- dies, notions, etc. A cus...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 November 1875

4 jug tiiw.i.' -lami.a'.A.if.j : ... i SllCCeSS Wakes Emmies. ,an cluwu-d pn.n. The pupil in T 1 $ T L, ' ' J$tc. (Benmerc mv giajj. j The snowing amde we c.:piron..wwh..i.n..t ti.s..iu-iii. i-r HTjl7ppf7 .HHPlI 'Edward JScvssIcr . W- - -'the correspondence column t the ' s'onnirg an observation without the (JjjJj, vlUtLUiUUj ('F"KVirVF V S. "I!EXRY SMITH. Proprietor, j Doniphan -Project," and it so hap- j roa-on for each Mop is on the course " ( K ",1, ..,.L Iwk ',,f. "Whole-ale :ir.l Retail I-)e:tr in ; Fancy Cranlies. i anu Vine Crackers. Also Keeps. n i; "...rTi il 1 pi'v fits in certain i-a-es we could i which leads to the highest pinnacles' ..nil mention aim. we lax'iii li, worm. i oi learning an i iumidhi. iiiu um.- "Official paper Of Ste. i our paper: who does not care .'or the why jjY GOODS, (.i HOCKHIKS. r - rnTn-ii7 ! The men who are ominon'Iv sue- nine time.- ul of ten. de-lined to he" . ---- - flul or who a -i.n-ve -r.-a, ne.-s or ' :l Uu,.,.iv lMIC n lie is ii-ed J ti ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 November 1875

s. . . Young Brauhum. the "Great Amc:i-; tC. tDCiU'nCCv ZilVC 2?;aU.iI'--krt-k Finder.'' w-as elected livi for On- Foir Gomo Back to Ma. 'aether! tilt UUnilihlOU- VOtt of twelve COUmctCUt I the I LOCAL, MATTERS A panther wa-s killed hi Wnvne ooun- r.v la ri:. .Mother! mother! :ill tin Iorig dav TnTTKSDAY. - NOVEMBER, n isr-. c-itiz-n- to repre-ent our county ' , - - , -.-' , MHiKMMptMKMn I next iw'n vi -a:-- in Jefferson Citv in lit penitentiary. H e II venture the a ertmn im weary .i waning, wny io ou -.ay .- j i ,!..., i :Ii i . i. ..I.- .. ,-. :.. .Motlie:-. come back to vour child once. 'j ui.ii iiu wil ll'M v llllll .-w iiii f itlliltij m j mining poeKot-nooK- oiuing the time, i oft -he has called vou. but r.lw.uv- in ty eutly. Six persons were drowned a ( "aronde k't la-t week. -From the "Democrat wv learn that a , Why do vou Ie.svt me :in. lid Wl!V StPV The cholera is killing the hogs of' in JeHersou eountv. Only nine votes were ca-t in 3Iadi.-on county against the Xew Consti...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 November 1875

If and But. nr maky i. dim.vi:. What if I were a lady lair, Hinding each day in my flotfhs lair Gems and jewels so rich anlrnre; What if I owned my coach M four To wait each morn at my rttcly door, To bear me thither and rouad and o'er. Ah I but I couldn't have Jobin then I.'obin, poor, but tlie bertof men And richea lacking himself were Tain! What if my finders, sr,and white. Were flatliin with diamonds' brilliant light, Dainty with jtems so nre and bright. All! mine are brown iritii summer's sun. Hard with work tnatis never done; Jiut Itobin lovcEiiicai everyone. And if I wore ifccssesof satin sheen, Garments fit fit a "dame" or queen. Why, Robin youli know me not. I ween. So, good oldPobbin, truth to say. Must be ' 'coach and four" on market day. To jog rac oror the roads away; And the 0BtfScn3 Ior m' wrav5n5 ,,air Must be theleautiful sunshine fair, Which i:c and 1 tORcthcr may share. And the I tnat ltobin has given me (The tru' and best thste'er could be) Is the diamond I care ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 November 1875

Symptoms or Catarrh. Dull, heavy headache, obstruction of the nasal passages, discharges falling from the head into the throat, sometimes profn-e watery and acrid, at other? thick, tena cious, mucous, purulent, hloodvand putrid; the eyes are weak, watery and inflamed: there i ringing in the ears, deafness, hack ing or coughing to clear the throat, expecto ration of offensive matter, together with eValis from ulcer.?; the voice is 'changed and Mis a nasal twain,', the breath is otiensive, roell and taste are impaired; there is a en ktion of dizziness, mental depression, hack nig tough and general deliilitv. Onlv a few of the above-named symptoms arc, howev.-r, likely to be present in any one case. There is no disease more common than Catarrh, and less understood by physicians. iit. sage's catarkh kemedv is beyond all comparison the best prepara tion for Catarrh ever discovered. Under the influence uf its mild, soothing and hcalin" properties the disease soon vields. The Golilcn Medic...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 11 November 1875

GENERAL BREVITIES. A bootblack who can't whistle all of Sankey's tunes is considered of no account in Brooklyn blootblack society. Elisha Phillips, of New Eegland, after twenty yeais' service in the Peni tentiary, has "dug up the money he stole from the bank and will begin fife anew, as it were. Jeffebson Clyne, who lives near Wythville, Va., is only 3 feet 6 inches in his boots, which are No. ll's. He is 70 years old, weighed 12 pounds at his birth, and now weighs 47 pounds. Many men live a life of postpone ment. They are about to attain suc cess next year or month. Notwith standing this, they grow old and die, for the time does not wait for dreams, but demands action. The French Government are consid ering a project for constructing a canal by which the vineyards of the Rhone maybe flooded as a remedy for the phylloxera. Jtnc canal will cost $(!, 000,000, but it will brim? into fruitful ness 00,000 acres of vine lands, which will yield $540,000,000 annuauy. j. he pnngueiu ucnuolic...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 November 1875

Bte. Genevieve Pair Play S. IIEXRY SMITH, Proprietor. TJEUJISz $l.SO Per Tear. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., NOVEMBER 18, 1875. VOL. IV -NO. 21. "DOWN TO SLEEP." November woods are bare and still ; November days are clear and bright; Kach noon burns up the morning's chill. The morning's snow is gone by night; Each day my steps grow slow, grow light. As through the woods I reverent creep. Watching all things lie "down to sleep." Wncver knew before what beds, ' Fragrant to smell, and soft to touch, The forest sifts, and shapes, an4 spreads; I never knew before how much Of human sound there is in such J.ow tones as through the forest sweeps When all wild things lie "down to sleep." Kach day I find new coverlids Tucked in , and more sweet eyes shut tight ; Sometimes the viewless mother bids Her ferns kneel down, full in my sight; I hear tlieir chorus of "good night"; And half I smile, and halt' I weep, IiiUcning, while they lie "down to sleep." November woods arc bare and still; November days ar...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 November 1875

S. HEHB7 SMITH, Editor nd Publisher. Official Journal of the County. CURRENT TOPICS. One of the survivors of the crew of the lost steamship Pacific was picked up by the revenue steamer Oliver 'Wol cott, on the morning of the 8th. lie was found floating on a raft, and said that Captain Howell had been his companion on the raft, but had been washed off and drdwned. He states that the Pacific was struck by another vessel under full sail. Several dead bodies had been picked up by various vessels. The steamship City of Waco, from New York for Galveston, arrived off Galveston bar on the morning of the 8th. There being a heavy sea, she an chored outside the fleet of vessels. About 1 o'clock on the following morn ing she was observed to be on fire, and in a comparatively short time she was burned to the water's edge. It was at first supposed that all on board had escaped in the boats, as the mate of the ship Fusigama, lying in the vicinity, reported seeing a boat or raft pass at 3 o'clock. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 November 1875

7. H23TB7 SMITH, Eftitor and Publisher. Official Journal of tho County. SissourTstate news. General Itotea. OTEKNOU'g MIOCLAXATION. ... t( Je people of the State that I, CliarlCS iiVilarUin. ;nvernnr f th Stt rf Missouri, no Hereby appoint Thursday, the 2.1th ilay of November. ir-7;i, as a day of thanksgiv ing and praise to Almighty God for the many blessings vt Inch the people of the State have en joyed during the present year, and recommend that they by religious ceremonies and other good works manifest on that day 'a grateful sense of the same and invoke the divine willforacontinu ation of these and such other blessings as may promote their happiness. In testimony whereof I hare hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the great seal of the State of Missouri. Ione in the City of Jefferson, this the 9th day of November, in the yrar of our Lord one thou sand eight ltundred and seventy-five. C. II. HARDIN. By the Governor: UKcin. K. AlcUUATit, Sec'y of State. Jturhannn County. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 November 1875

1 i 8. HEXBY SMITH Proprietor. TilURSDAY. - NOV EMUKK, 175. Official paper of Ste. ' Genevieve County. ''Mississippi carpet-baggers are no Citifying the authorities that they were elected by overwhelming majorities, preparing, of course, for :i contest iu Washington city this winter. Proclamation by the Governor. Executive Depakxmuxt, J.-.. - - i r Be it'nown, to the peoplo of the: State, that 1, Charles li. Hardin, Governor of the State of Missouri, do hereby appoint Thursday, the 25th day of November, 1S75, as a day of Thanksgiving and praise to Almighty God, lor the many blessings which the people of the State have enjoyed during tho present year, and recom mend that they, by religious ceremo r linger- b I i . 5 a'day or wo w rr?ATl i'- fi7fiTMiY t- .i 1 rt v i ;10 evidence behind him what- j.tUi)iui Ul U UlLUi t- STE. OESKVIEVB 310. ' ',. ... .,f In' Jiitiittioil.- I Kwwa ccpli'to tA f. W 1 K NEW STORE! ed tor loa'riu" w of ihe cause of his affliction Eleven dollars were found u...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 November 1875

'"'t. fa - - ft-1 4 ers s: til Jif: 7 I P." ft mir 4 --- all IIH- ini rv, 'rs. ttiii mil 'lit 3 ith inr ff f ,r. iu- un ire ISO ho e t- J, 3 THURSDAY. -- NOVEMBER, 18. 1873 LOCAL SLITTERS Lis barn. Ripley county is to have new iron J cell in its jail. The new constitution is adopted by a vote of alwut seven to one. Tlie Faik Play will soon be moved into new quarters on Slain street. We noticed the proprietors of the sand stone quarry in town on Tuesday last. Madison county will send a thousand pounds of red marble to the Centenial. m Not a single county in the state gave a majority agaiuiit the new constitution. The merchants, mechanics, tors of Frcdcricktown seem to with a hunting mania of late. and edi be siezed School shoes .nd boots fr boys iind pirls with combination tips, a new and very durable stylo by C. BAU.M. Good lire feel very comfortable these days. And. by the way, we would like to buv a few cords of seasoned oak wood. The "l! aruier and Jlinei ' asks us to 'get to our...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 November 1875

Jehu Reed. BY BAYARD TAYtOB. There's a mist on the meadow below; the herrins-frojrs chirp and cry: It'rt cbiil when the sun is down, and the sod is not yet dry; The world is a lonely place, it seems, and I don't know why. I .-ce, as I lean on the fence, how wearily iruiljrcs Dan, With the feel of the spring in his hones, like a weak and elderly man; I've had it many a time, hut we must work when we can. But day after day to toil, and ever from sun to sun. Though up to the season's front and nothing be left undone, Is ending at twelve like a clock, and begin ning again at one. The frogs make a sorrowful noise, and yet . it's the time they mate; There's something comes with the spring, a litrhtness or else a weight; There's something comes with the spring; and it seems to me it's fate. Jt's the hankering after a life that you never have learned to know; It's the discontent with a life that is always thus and so; it's the wondering what we are and where wo are going to go. My 1 fc is l...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 November 1875

At a recent meeting of German wo men held at Gotha it was urged that the first of German Courts should set the example of simplicity and good taste in female fashion. Frau Morgenstern 'of Berlin replied that there is no Court in Europe in which the princely ladies are distinguished by simplicity and modest toilets so much as at the Berlin Imperi jtl Court, and that at Berlin it is the plutocracy which favors extravagant fashions, and is, unfortunately, much more generally imitated than the Court I From the Philadelphia Preytenan.i Fhom the World's Dispensary Printing-Office and Binderv, Buffalo, X. V-. we have re ceived " The People's Common Sense Medi cal Adviser, in Plain English; or, Medicine simplified, ov K. . neree, JM. !.. Coun eclor-Jn-Chicf of the Hoard of Physicians ana surgeons at lite v orid s Dispensary. Whoever helps humanity in its strueclc with (t inherent weaknesses and diseases, to bear or cure, is its benefactor. Ignorance is not only of itself a cause of disease ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 18 November 1875

1 J V i GENERAL BREVITIES. MOME ETTIRESI8. 636 pounds of Mks. Rice, was 1)1 years crablc woman - chestnuts-eve church twice tor, lives alom sell Thoiias W. L mstdl-ear sei kins that averaged spoonful of soda, nntmesr and cinnamon eeach, or a total of to suit the taste. This makes a splen- -l iic enormous man 01 d6.M)K ipi'pmi Kimmca ir nmnAa and 65 bags of newspapers was sent to pound of salt. 3 ounces of black nenner, fcnrope by the Abyssinia recently., This I ounce of sage, and a tablespoonful of uwuui win weigu oer inree ions. rea pepper. Editor's Cake. 1 teacupful of sugar, 1 Hirer. fVt tia orrtr and antrar till branches, measures 1,440 feet, and bore light), 1 teacupful of sour cream, 1 teas iweniy-iour p twenty-six pa did cake. .Wilbraham, Mjass., Hasty Pudding. Boil some water Friday. The ven-1 and thicken with flour, as vou would raf 6wiberriew" and I for thin starch ; sift some coarse meal aiKsa mite to ana stir in until it is quite thick: keep it boiling all the time you a...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 November 1875

3- Ste. Genevieve Fair Play, S. IIEXIir SMITH, Proprietor. TliKMS: $1.50 rcr Year. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., NOVEMBER 25, 1875. VOL. IV.-NO. 25. f THE FISHERMAN'S FUXEIUL. Upon the bra zy head-land the fisherman's grave they made. . Where, over tliu daisies and clover bells, the birchen branches swayed; Above us the lark was singing in the cloudless skies of June, And under the cliffs the billows were chanting their ceaseless tune; For the creamy line was curving along the hol low shore, Where the dear old tides were flowing that lie would ride no more. The dirge of the wave, the note of the bird, and the priest's low tone were blent In the breeze that blew from the moorland, all laden with country scent; But never a thought of the new-mown hay toss ing on sunny plains. Or of lilies deep in the wild wood, or roses gem ming the lanes, Woke in the hearts of the stern, bronzed men who gathered around the grave. Where lay the mate who had fought with them the battle of wind and wave. How bol...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 November 1875

Jto. mmm gmx g tog. j. heust S5HTH, ttator and Ptfbliriier. Official Journal of tlio County, CURRENT TOPICS. Gcibord's remains were reburied in the Catholic cemetery at Montreal on the 16th. The removal of the coffin from the vault in the Protestant ceme tery, and its transfer and burial were quietly performed, under the pro tection of a large force or police, forty of whom were armed with breech-loading rifles. Six regiments of volunteers, fully armed, were stationed in the immediate vicinity. The coffin was placed in a bed of hardened cement previously prepared for it, and this was covered to a considerable depth with li quid cement, intermixed with scraps of iron and tin. There was a very large crowd gathered in the vicinity to wit ness the novel proceedings, but with the exception of some jeering remarks there was no attempt at disturbance. A sufficient guard of police w:is left to guard the grave until it became thor oughly hardened. The official St. Petersburg Gazelle o. press...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 November 1875

Genevieve ye. B. KSJfai C 311X2, Editor za-l Publisher. OfHci:il -loiirnul of tlio County , -, exportation in bond without paving taxes. I'll ' JTl.r5ir; decrease, :jl.-J!. Mil. " "M Tlif r'ollitois-wiiii.r in int.. tin ii'!rtitiiiii. for tin- pre-t'iit fiscal war. from all -otirces of internal revenue, at .lrJ.ew,OXiy. Taxes on Nalion:iI Banks. - Annual Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. Washington, Noveialier 11. The Com missioner of Internal Revenue ha- completed hi report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 187r. The document is very voluminous. The report nhowx that the actual amount of receipts into the Treasure from all (sources from and after June SO, 1801. to June 30, 1871, inclusive of loans and Treasury notes, vas:i lollows: Customs $ 197.310.307 Interna! revenues l,'J.Vi,:!,7i" Direct tax l,4s!,ii$ Public lands 22,irl,5-j Miscellaneous 2M.0S4.US.: Premium on loans and sales on i'olu coin l!(2,.V7,lt Total $4,30.-,ts,3ii The collections for the fiscal vear en...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 November 1875

tt. Gtwmm afr g tot. 8. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor. THURSDAY. - NOVEMBER, 2.'.. IST.',. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co The new constitution goes iuto ef fect on the 30th wst. The peniteuti ary was surrendered to the State by the lessees, last week. The recently dicovered gold mines in Douglas county, Ga., prom ise very fairly. Treasurer New will not resign, as was supposed, bat will stick to his old post at Washington. The forty-fourth Congress of the United States will meet in Washing ton on the 6th proximo. The St. Louis Whiskey Ring, like all other frauds that have been discorered, is composed of Kepubli cans. Henry Wilson, vice-President of the United States, died very sadden ly at 7:30 last Monday morning, of apoplexy. A few Republican papers are still crowing over the late Republican victories. In 76 they will crow the "other way." By the death of vicc-President Wilson, Hon. Thomas W. Ferry, of Michigan, president of the senate, succeeds to the vacant position. At the late e...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 November 1875

t&tt. Smnfrw xt flag. THURSDAY. - NOVEMBER, 25, 1875 LOCAL AND OTHER ITEN8. NOTICE. Asacbange will be made in the busi ness Wwiona of the Fair Play in a few days, I am desirous of sett ling up all old accounts. Persons knowing themselves indebted to me arc requested to come up and settle immediately. The change in the business relations of the office will not ef fect contracts heretofore made. Respectfully. S. IIENRY SMITH To-day is Thanksgiving day. Six persous are confuted in the Scott unty jail. We had a call from "Zell" one day last week. Business seems to.be brightening up tgain in our aty. Corn sells for twenty-cents per bushel In Stoddard county. The epizootic has made its appear ance in Washington county. Mr. Weiler is having an addition to his house erected. J. C. Stone, of Iroudale, accidentally had one of his legs broken the other day. Mr. Charles Staub, son of Philip Staub, is now keeping the River Aux V:ise.s post office. We hear it stated that one of our phy sician...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 November 1875

Autumn Leaves. 1JV JOHN" I'.WI.. The melancholy days have come, Which Jlr. Bryant sings, Of wailing winds and naked woods, And other cheerful things. The robin from the glen has flown. And there Matilda J. Now roams in quest of autumn leaves To press and put away. Thc.-c in the .-ere, to school-girl dear, Are found where'er one looks, On hill, in vale, in wood, in field, lint mostly in my books. If I take up my Unabridged .Sonic curious word to scan, Karc leaves are sped of green and red, Or maybe black and tan. The book of books my Bible now I scarcely dare to touch, Lest it bring grief to some rare leaf Of maple, oak, or such. And if upon the lounge I lie To read while I rcspose, The arid leaves in dusty sheaves Sift down upon my clothes. Thus buried, I might pose, perhaps, For Childrcd in the Wood, Though my behavior in the grave Is scarcely quite as good. O autumn leaves, rare autumn leave. So lovely out of doors. Strew the wild wood (you could orshould), But musuot Christian fl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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