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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 November 1875

" For the Blood Ik the Life." See. Dcutcrunoiar xii. Si. The blood he lp ins tlic i-ottrec- fruiti which the .vMe:n is built up, anil from wliich we ilerivc our mental as well a -!iy--ieal catialiilities how important that it should he kept pure! If it contain vile, festering poison.-, all oraniu function-- become eafeeMed. Settling upon important iirs.uu, a.- the l::ni;-. liver and kiilm-vs, the cireet is "iio-l di-a-trou-. Heme it behoove- all to keep their blood in a. perfectly healthy condition, and more especially doe.- thi apply at th': particular e:iifci of the year than at any other. So matnruhat the ereitinir cau""may be, the real cr:-e of a lare proportion of all tli-ca-e.- i- bad blood. Sttw, Dr. Pierce does not vi-li to place his Unhh-n Medical l)i-eov-ery in the catalogue of quack patent no truin; by rwmmemlins it to cure every di.-ea-e. nor doe.- he M recoi:nn-!id it; on the contrary, there are hundred.- of di-case.-tliat he acknov.lede-; it 7ill not cure; lut what he ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 November 1875

GENERAL BREVITIES. It is said there are more lies told in the sentence, "I am glad to see you," than in any other six words in the Eng lish language. Alas, bow easily thinrs wrong! A word too much or a kiss too long, And there Xalleth a mist and a blinding rain, And life U never the same again. A cakeful housewife in Altoona, Penn., put an 18 order and a 10 greenback into, the drawer of the coffee mill on "Wednesday for safe keeping. Thursday morning the family enjoyed a 28 cup of coffee. All the horses taken by the Prince of Wales to India were trained in the Zoological Gardens, so that they would become accustomed to the sight of wild animals. They may be used in tiger hunting with comparative safety. A business house in Columbus has conspicuously displayed in its show window a man's skull, and printed in large letters across the forehead these words of warning to the daily swarm of traveling salesmen: "This was a Drummer." The Columbus (Georgia) Enquirer says : The Canada giant 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. — 2 December 1875

" ' '- . . Ste. Genevieve Fair Play X. a ( ' S. VJntXfnmt, Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., DECEMBER 2. 187.". VOL. IV.-XO. 20 77j SffEPUEIlD LADY. Sr JEAJf I.VGKLOW. i. Who riipeapon the Ionjr, green hill, Wlcre tte meviov grass is deep ; Tiie white ambWeaU, builollowethon Follow he clean, white fhcep. The learviitc laiy inyon high tower She bcartenuth inhrr sleep. Ail in longrrass the piper stands, Goodly aid grave is he; Outside ot he tower,.at dawn of day , The notesof his pipes ring free. A thought tout bis heart dottt reach to fief's ; "Comedwn, O lady ! to inc." She lifts hef head, slic dons her gown ; Ah! thelidy isfiiir; She ties thegirdlo on her waist, And biodi her flaxen hair. And down (tie stealeth, clown and down , Down the turret ttairs. VchoMbira! With tho flock he won, Along yon rnisy lea. V shcpbcrdlonl, mv shrjihcrd love, , j iiai wui iiou, men, w.in me; -'ijieart is ine out uf my breast, Ad f ollowitli on to thee." II. T'jJAite lanbsecd in tender grass; trJS,.c,u...

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

gU, Smmere f ait flag. 7. HEXRT SMITH, thxvat and Putoliiher. Official Journal or the County. CURRENT TOPICS. Vice-President Henry Wilson died at the Capitol at Washington, at half-past 7 o'clock on the morning of the 22d. Mr. Wilson was prostrated by an apoplectic attack, while in a bar ber's chair, on the 12th, but had so far recovered on the day of his death as to be able to sit up and walk about the room. Up to nearly the very moment he expired he was in a cheerful condi tion, and felt sanguine of being soon en tirely restored to health. A post-mortem examination showed that apoplexy was the cause of his death. Henry Wilson was born at Farmington, New Hamp shire, February 1C, 1812, and was, there fore, at the time of his death, more than sixty-three years old. The announce ment of his death was received with universal expressions of sorrow through out the country. The funeral services of the late Vice President Wilson took place in the Sen ate Chamber of the Capitol on the 20th....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 December 1875

B. HEXBT SMTH. Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of the County. Ceuntry Kitchens. HERE AND THERE. Alonzo A'ells, of Maine, kept the Ijcxfc? of hisdead wife in the house for tendays, loping to make the under taker come down on the price of the coffin, but ie had to yield to public opinion at lt. There is i bull-frog farm in South eastern Wisonsin, 30 acres of swamp fenced in, an! they do say that, for a man with misic in his soul, that farm's the place to )ass a summer evening in. The troupe cntains some of the finest bass voices etr known. A ikikkai who was to have a fin der amputate! in the presence of Al bany Medical College students, by Dr. Armby, died under the influence of cdoroform ; iid the surgeon says that in nearly evey recorded instance of deah from a anaesthetic the patient was iddicted ti intoxication. A Iiencii expedition is fitttngout to make atour olthe world in ten months, under th auspces of the Geographical Society. The excursionists will visit India, Jajui, ...

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

THURSDAY. - DECEMBER, 2. is7." iiiun un ii ui-fj inure man i, uii u.c i 'juliijU. j"'s r- nt'1" v..... .- v , x on whiskey manufactured duting ' The official cotton crop repon fur n diaidyVpo: ted ) ''"l t (J ' aTtt E Cr SSiei, e space of thiee or four e r-. Tin- November maid's direct e mpari-oii 1!,, j', .l , 'n"v pectedlv saw '''s TE. GENEVIEVE MO. 1 . 1.. ..- 1 1 .,t ;! v 1 tit'. I as it isr juio; :m r iil.o vim.- j SEW STORE! to thoirown use, more than half the tax r-.-'tllli " "'"m n.UUll, ITOprietOr. amount .-lo'ieti by them is estimated of the product this vivo-with thai of j.,.!:l!tlv knocked iow t at 4,000,000, but of course the exac 1S74. As lormer repoi ts ol the con-' ,j:i: And what nui-l have been the. Candies, amount will never be known. J tat) iitio;i have indi.-ate !. the -tatt-s bor-' feelings .f the heart-b:o.ea paren..- - j Yme Crackers .1 1 wan scene. . where the bli d and brain- of their Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co peats that the arraigetnent was fn.-t ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 December 1875

r- ayoe s eabme THURSDAY, - NOVEMBER. 2a j Tlie Xew Km says a "pcn-ilicd wild J he number of papers published os- been added to Mtr-. Pwiiy If!" the "little folk-." is very net of mircrd specimen-."' "Mi it i a nin 'long to lind one ot that "peii-ilied :id tnem ot anv value. I lie notable c.v- . c wore 4iot a wan: ducks" could "lay egirs. LOCAL ARB OTHEit ITEMS. NOTICE. Asajfcbange will be made in the busi- w"!",''r !t' ; 5i "!' centum lothi- rule that we k: rr.v of i- the y.,ii)c.- I'kHv" '.;t'!i. nubM-hed hv Jehu A. liicv haw hiiritlv ncrfiiuied water in m.,..i- "... u-...i i. if..,::,,, ... n f EOZIEK & JOKEEST "Wholesale ar.1 Retail Dealer? in J centlv fell in a vol! at that that town. -inn" tiiat mn- li iper. :::id i- .- cut an ; to fl business relations of the otlieo will ;t ef fect contracts .heretofore made. UespeetfuRv. S. IIKXRV SMITH -jury iiavciiignty porliuiiei! wa.er in Chirk, at Wad-worth. Medina count v. O. ' ))l Y POOPS m?nrK7?TVC Doniphan. Ripley .-.maly. A pol...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 December 1875

A Cmtut Reatfer. BT PARXEN'AS MIX. The overworked scribe of the Mndville Gazette Sat wondering moneyless wight IT bis office would ever be cleared of its debt, With tbe times so deplorably tight H When the tread of old leather was heard on the stair, And a stranger stepped into the room, Who asked with the don't let me bother you' air. Which the bore is so apt to assume 'How are ye?" The editor rose with a smile And pleasantly yielded his chair Placed the visitor's sadly onbeautiful tile (Which exhibited symptoms of wear) On the top of the desk, alongside of his own (A shocking old plug, by the way) , And then asked in a rather obsequious tone, ' 'Can we do any thing for you to-day ?" Xo I jest called to see ye" the visitor said : "I'm a friend to the newspaper man" Here he ran a red handkerchief over his head, And accepted the editor's fan "Ihev read all the pieces you've writ ior your buret. And they're straight to the n'int. I confess That "ar slap you gin Keyser was sartinly nea...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 December 1875

I s From the New York Tribune A Vmi SaaaMesl. The American mind is active. It has (riven m . . "... us hooks 01 notion ior llie sentimentalist. learned dooks lor me s-jiioiar and profes sional student, butetc book for the people. A book for the people must relate to a sub ject of universal interest. Such a subject is the physical man, and such a book " Thb People's Common Sense Medical Ad viser," a copj- of which has been recently laid on our table. The hteh professional at tainments of its author Dr. R. V. Pierce, of outlfdo, a. i. ana the advantages derived iy am iroin an extensive practice would alotiA insure for his work a cordial recep tion. But these arc not the merits for which it claims our attention. The author is a tiutu oj the peofAe. He sympathizes with them in all their afflictions, efforts and attain ments. He perceives their want a knowl edge oj themselves and, believing that all truth should be made as universal as God's own sunlight, from his fund of learning and ex...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 December 1875

GENERAL BREVITIES. Tub recklessness of excitement was never better illustrated than wken a De troit lad rushed into a confectionary store the other day and asked for ten' cents' worth of "drum gops." Of the 5,000,000 Jews estimated lobe on the face of the globe, 120,000 arc as signed to America, 46,000 to France, J300 to Ireland, 25 to Norway. One out of every seven inhabitants of Poland, and one out of every twenty-five of Hamburg, Koumania and Austria, are Hebrews. To fiddle is becoming the amusement of potentates. The Emperor of Austria draws a pleasant bow, and tells his privy councilors and ministers that such is the best way to while away the fleet ing hours. The Duke of Edinburgh is npt only a good fiddler, but has some gumption as a composer. He has done a wait.. To hear him saw out old "Rosin the Bow " is said by his fricuds to be very high fun. i The likeness of a woman who! has beca dead more than twenty years was lately discovered on a pane of class in a chamber window 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. — 9 December 1875

9 nevi i .n'.'.lS""' SMITII Proprietor. TJUt.MS: S I..IO JVi- Year. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., DECEMBER i 1875. VOL. 1V.-X0. 27. Ge Fair Play eve 4 tiEXEIiAL BREVITIES. Av arrest for voudouisni lias been nial in Central Point, Tonn. The prisoner, a negro doctress, h accused of perform ing incantations and thereby making iter neighbors sick. A fkesii temperance crusade lias been started by tiie Connecticut ladies. In several towns the whisky drinkers nave aireauy been forced to buy by the yuan aim unoinc m private. John Fkkukkick Guntkr went from Chicago penniless to Australia, twentv three years ago. He now advertises In the Chicago newspapers that he is able and willing to help his relatives, :uid invites them to write to him. And won't he hear from them? An Ypsilauti, (Mich.,) woman was married on Saturday, whipped by her husband on Sunday, robbed and desert ed by him on Monday, and on Tuesday tlriven out of the house which, throu"h mo provisions ot a former husband's will, she had been...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 December 1875

J? tc $ettcrievc m pay. 8. HEKE7 SMITH, Editor and Publisher. Official Journal of tho County. CURRENT TOPICS. In the trhil of Avery at St. Louis, on the 29th, for complicity in the Whisky King frauds, the prosecuting attorney introduced a number of telegrams from Col. Joyce to Gen. Babcock, the Presi dent's private secretary, asking informa tion in regard to the movements of i nals would more than pay cost of the service since its tion. the entire maugura- POLITICAL AND PERSONAL BREVITIES vi... l.n.U- of a voiimr woman and a Ax old darky oi me aiiie-uenani ivpir newl'v born infant, "paeked together in a bar- u-as vesterdavprowlingaroundiii among I Caimunai. aIpCloskv arrived home ; rt.j ami eon-igued to Thomas Green t Co.. . the ollices of one of the railroads ending 1 on the27th tilt. ' City. Iowa, were received at the otliee m Atlanta, and tinallv found his way to The trial of Wm. O. Averv. formerlv ' The -Secretarv of the Treasury has of the l mteii Man- :-M" . '"' the President ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 December 1875

1 V J5te. (Sentries jrniv gtoy. r. HZI7P. f SMITH, Lftitor and Panlishcr. Offioirxl .Tournal of tlie County. -.1 7 Tl(r i ne arbitrator in tne case of th.i United Mates ! tion tin- expense o: keeping a substantial politi- l'l'DO I fi QTlT II liHilflnnnrn fte:uncr Montijo, for the seizure and detention eal organization, real, palpable and manifest to II II t I II ft III N illliWrlll K of which the Government of the I'nited states of ' the world; having the forms and capable of the X UUIllUlll IJ ill IlililUA II j Colombia was held accountable, ha.- decided in ordinary functions of government towards it O . favor of the claim. This deci-ion has settled a own people anil to other date. with courts fur To the s'tmile and Jloiise of JUyrestnlath-es. In stmmitlmg my seventh annual message to congress in mis Centennial vear of our national cxistencf .... iree and independent people, it affords me pleasure, to recur to the advancement mat has oeen made from the time of the colonies, N'K III...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 December 1875

THURSDAY. - DECEMBElTij.TsTr, Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. Tfe Our Patrons. Hereafter the Fair L'lay will be issued by Smith & WatKon, and will bo under the iinniediato control of Mr. Wathcn. All contracts will bo filled the sumo as if no change was made in the publishing department. Mr. Wathcn is authorized to collect and receipt for all moneys due mo prior to this time for subscription, advertising and job work; and those indebted to mc are requested to mal:e immediate settlements, as J aia de sirous of settling up the old business. Thankful for tho liberal patronage heretofore extended to the Faiii Pi.ay and soliciting a continuance of the same, I remain, .Respectfully, S.HKNKY SMITH. To Our Readers. As will be scon by reference to the card of Mr. S. Henry Smith, a chanco has been made in tho editorial and mechanical depart ments of tho Fair Play. As it is tho custom for editors and pub lishers, when taking charge of a newspaper, to foreshadow the courso thoy intend t...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 December 1875

V f 4 3ft w THURSDAY. DECEMP.EP., :. SMITH & WATHEN, - Publishers. :al and other items. Plenty of rain thi -Tlic street- art' very muddy. Till' lirM show of tlic sca-on fell la-l Tuesday. - Read Mr. ment. J:iccard" new adverti-c- 4 "ads" Several new iheni. this week, Road t - -Tttdge John 15. town last week. Rohin.-on wa in our Tin epizootic has made it; ante in Stoddard county. nppcar- About one dozen pcr-on attond"(t :ht 'Rig Bonanza" last Fiiday night. - Three deaths and two marriage- wen reported in the New Era lu-t week-. A lior.-e heloiiLfiii"- to Mr. Ed. Me nard, wa .shot near Kaskaskia lat week by unknown partie-. In another column we publNh a letter fni lion. R. A. Hatcher. Even voting man should read it. .' It is said, that there hy- been more wheat sown in Cajie Girardeau county this fall than la-t year. The mail route between New Madrid and Kennel t. by Weaverviih: and Clark Tfini. lia been discontinued. Miss Ella Roliin-oii. of Ste. ("eneviexe county, M.-ter of 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. — 9 December 1875

THK FRESIDKST'S MESSAGE. C0N1ISUED FUOM TIHKI) PAGE. 6. A. renewal of the appropriation for compil ing the oflicial records of the war, etc. THE NAVY DEl'AKTMUXT. The condition of our Xavv at this time is a sub ject of satisfaction. It docs not contain, it is true, any of the powerful crutein iron-clads which make so much of the maritime strength of some other nations, but neither our .continental situation nor our foreign policy requires that we should have a large number of ships of this char acter, w hile the (situation and the nature of our ports continue to make those of other nations little dangerousto us. Underanycircumstances our Xavv does contain, however, a considerable number of iron-clads of the monitor clats which, though not properly cruisers, are powerful and effective for harbor defense and lor operations near our own chores. Of these all the fciiigle turreted oned, fifteen in number, have been sub stantially rebuilt, their rotten wooden beams re placed 'with iron, t...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 December 1875

" Throw Pliyalc to the Bogst; None of It." Ve; io not in the leant feel like blaming MuelictU for this expression of disgust; iri-tk-ecl, vie an: rather inclined to sympathize with him. Even nowadays most or the ca thartics olfered to the public arc great, re-puli-ivc-lookim; pills, the very appearance of which is suilicicnt to " turn one's stom ach." Had .Maciieth ever taken Dr. Pierce's roasant Purgative Pellets he would liot lAve uttered thore words of contempt. It isyt-ally cneourai:iin,'. when one is ill, to find thai a little, .-uar-coatcd Pellet, no larger than a i'rain of mustard, will as promptlv produce the desired effect as a dose of great, iiau.-eatiiii- pill. These little Pellets, un like other cathartics, are reallv nature's physic. They do not debilitated hut tone and imhjorate the svstem. Xo family should he without Dr. l'iercc's Pleasant Pur gative Pellets. AIVAT.GK OK IIK.VVV PI.ATKS. The soft bituminous coal ucil in the AVet i so destructive on all c:it-iion that ...

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 December 1875

WHAT MY LOVER SAID. J!y t!:c merest chance, in the twilight gloom , In the orchard path lie met me la the tall, wet grass, with its faint perfume Anl I tricl to as$, but he matle no room; Oh I tr.eil, hut he would not let inc. So 1 stood and blushed till the grass grew red. With my face bent down above it, While he took ray hand, as he whiBp'ring wiid (How the clover lifted each pink, sweet head, To listen to all that my lover Mid! Oh! the clover in bloom I love il! In the high, wet grass went the path lo hide, And the low, wet leaves nuns over; Itut I could not pass upon either Bide, For I found myself , when I vainly tried, In the arms of ray steadfast lover. And he held me there, and he raised my head, While he closed the path lioforc me; And he looked down into my eyes and said (How the leaves bent down from the houghs o'erhead, To listen to all that my lover said : Oh, the leaves hanging lowly o'er me!) Had he isoved aside hut a little wav, I could surely then have passed him; ...

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 December 1875

FAIR PLAY. SMITH &. YIMTIIE.Y, PuldUhcrx. TJ:it.MS: Sl.SO Per Year. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., DECEMBER 1(. 187.. VOL. IV -NO. 28. THE PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. What to buy for Christmas is an im portant question just now, but where to get the money to buy it with is still more so. "Ii-Mike curcslike," ouotli I.ilnilitsatliirst, "Each second zhim must siirclv cure Hie Alas, flic inNx-d his count, ami, sail to sec, I iic uruiKs came oupunuvcii so uiu lie I 1'koctok, the astronomer, who is only ."9 years old, already has 11 children witii a very promising future yet to hear from. It is hardly surprising that he .should take such an interest m "Othe Worlds than Ours." The earth is a lit tle nlanet. and there's such a thing as crowding t. Brooklyn Argus. A lady in Connecticut not long since visited her brother who resides in a dis tant city, taking her little daughter with her. Fatigued with the long ride, the child was lmnatientto retire mtheearlv evening. "You must wait till our un cle prays....

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 December 1875

i 2 THE FAIR PLAY. SMITH A WATIIKX, Publishers. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOL'M. CUIIIIENT TOPICS. The steamer Deuischlanil, which left Bremen for New York on Sunday morn ing, Dec. 5 on the following night struck on a sand-bank in the North Sea, known as Kentish Knock. All efforts to get her off having failed, and there be ing indications in the morning that the ship was breaking up, the captain gave an order to get the boats ready for launching. A severe snow storm was prevailing at the time, and although one or two boats were launched, the most of their occupants were either drowned or perished from ex posure before reaching land. The ship filled with water, and many were drowned in the cabins, while the re mainder of the passengers, and crew were compelled to take to the rigging and other exposed portions of the ves sel, where they remained until Tues day morning, when they were rescued by the tug Liverpool and taken to Har wich. The ship's signals of distress were observed from Harwi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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