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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 January 1876

THE FAIR ELAY.'S SMITH A WATHCT, Pablfakrim. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. Return If the Last of the Aaericia Ei- grants fro Brazil. It will fall of the Confederacy quite a large the uuiuuer of persons from the .Southern States, unwilling to submit to the result ui tiie straggle, among other places ountI their way to ltntz.il. A letter from a correspondent of the New York TttW, writing from Para under date Jee. 3, gives an interesting and in telligent account of how they have fared and of the somewhat disastrous result of their venture. He savs that it was not singular that Brazil should have commended itself to these refugees, The well known liberal policy of the present Emperor, Don Pedro II., had at an early date manifested itself in his desire to promote foreign and especially American emigration. Under his pat ronage a society formed for thepuqio.se of giving encouragement thereto hasten. d to paint in the brightest colors the attractions of Brazil, adding thereto the more solid ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 January 1876

mmm atr fcuj. I " THURSDAY. i.wt .i:v i-t Official Paper of Stc. Genevieve Co Punish the Thieves- The foliowinj remarks from the Ii('.ini;ton Inlellienfccr dnpress our Icelins so jtilly and truly that we cannot refrain irom givinir fspaco to Ihem : "The St. Louis Hepuhlican mli mates that some Democratic papcis liave feared tu iiave the claims bwin lies exposed iir likely to injure the Democratic parly in the State. V'e yield to no one in our fealty to the .Democratic party. 'Wo are J)i:mo firatn for tiie ie:ion irat we helieve ilial on the u-cc!-s of the principles taught hy that party, Irom the dayK of JclfarHon. depend the Iiheriies of the people. We arc partisans he cause we helieve that the idea thai a republican government can he con ducted honestly, without parties, i Utopian and impns.nblc; as without parties there would I)j no organized surveillance of puhlic servants. In one word: wo are st'-only Deino 'TJttie hut we Tuultl toward with distrust any newspaper or ollicial wh...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 January 1876

4 i -v- THURSDAY. - JANUARY 27. lTi'. SMITH & WATHEN, - Publishers. LOCAL AND OTHEK ITEMS. Opiwr fever still raging. Itring your jol-work to thisollifc. You can get stamps at the ni-t olliec luw. They li:ul a leap1 year jrarty ille last week. at IVrrv- They hav! a base ball club ill Wayne county. 1'iiukliu county Imsat last ei-urcl a court house. Mr. F. Lagrave, of St. Louis, i- in our city. Mr. Carroll, the revenue collector, wa in town hist week. The ration- !:! initx' ii4. Washington 's-ouiily aw: turning out tlrst rate. Many of the cnuntic- in this part f the State are having leap year parlies. A good blacksmith is wauti-d at Wil .liamsvillc. in Wayne counly. Head the "al" nlthe Soiithca-t Mi- souri Printing Company, in atiothej tul iiiiiii. A little son of Mr. .Jo-f-'fii Matins, who reside- near St. Mary, hail his tinkers cut off recently, in a straw-cutler. Our subscription list i- still increas ing. Several now names Here placed on our book last week. The icrsoii who lost...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 January 1876

The Cavalier's Escape. Tk-iunple! trample! went the roan. Trap! trap! went the grar: Hut iia.l ! ..ad ! pa, J like a thing that was mod, My chestnut brake away It was Just live miles from Salisbury Town, And but one hour to-day. Tlmil! thud! came on the heavy roan, Kapl rap! themetUel gray; l.ut my chestnut mare was of blooit so rare. That she bhntrcd them nil tlie way SUon! fpuron! I doffed my hat. And wUheil them all Rood lay. They epkuihcd through miry rut and iiool Splintered through fence and rail; Itut chestnut Kate switched over the gate I Raw tlienv droop and fail. To Salisbury Town but a mile of down. Once over thU brook and rail. Trap! trap! I beard their echoing hoofs Past the walls of mo-sy stone; The roan flew on at a staggering ice; Hut blooil is better Uian bone. I iattel old Kate, anil gave her the spur. For I knew it waa all my own. But trample 1 trample! came their ateet-'j And I saw their wolf's eyes burn; I felt like a royal liart at bay. And made me ready to tor...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 January 1876

f FORTY-FOURTH .CONGRESS. IntheScnatc,oiithellth, bill were Intro-duced-by Mr. PaiMock, to enable the ..eople of ew Mexico to form a Constitution ami State erP"'; n-l for the admission of ai.l State into the Lnion; by Mr. lugv, to establish a vuliJ::.V..?,nionor across the at Memphis all 7f which were h?m?Mr" i' 1 c el"rai"" "r the in..niin;r ! . . 11 .uira.n ine.ieaui in tin col league, Andrew Johnson, ami .lellrercl a eulogy-;""1-" u'c Ilo,,M -Mr- Morrison intro.liice.1 a urn .lesiimatnl I'reKinttory to re.leiuiili.in .f i.nni tatesnote8.nnlrefiniiitionoInci-iav. i""'. I'"w6es to it-lain ffr.M ia the Treas ury to the amount of Siiiercent. f outslamiinjr leiral-fc-nilers; require national banks to retain .win wr meir interest on bonds lep.sitet to eeenre currency till they have 30 jier cent. f Uivirouuund ng notes, ami reiieals tliat tior uon of the reMimption net comiM-lling iecic re suiupliim in l-'a. The Amnestv bill was apiin taken up ami Mr. Hill (Ua.) finite at length in "'T ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 27 January 1876

GEXElLtL UKKIVllES. A.N" ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, :tiiil three inches of llau nel extra on the children's leg tlti season will save more than that 'length m the doctor's hill. Iiik Ku-ton Coroners compete ener getically for bu-iiic-s, :tnd in the ease of a recent fatal uecident throe scpirat' inqiie-ts were held. 1 he courts will d tide which was the legal one. As ax indication of -the extraordinary miKness of the weather on Xew-Ye ir' Day, it is reported from Montrc.il tli.-t caterpillars were ut in search of food and sparrows were Seen to build. Sxuivfai.i.- under :i cloudless .sky arc co:u:nou in Virginia City, puz.liug strangers. 1 he snow is mown troui Mount David-sou. which is chne hy the town, audit whirled through the streets by the wind. A l'.wrKi: inmate of Horsham Work house, England, died in the union on Chri-tnias Day from the effect if glut- tonv. He attacked his Christmas dm nor so raveuou-ilv that in a few minutes he was choked. Ex-M.uoi: Lewi, o...

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 March 1876

1 PLAY. VOL. 1Y. STE. GEXEYJtTSVE, MO., MARCH 2; 1870. NO. 39. rni FAIR THE FAIR PJAYi is :,i'j:i.T.sKt:i v.i:-:y TiiuitsiiAY molm.vc i:v SMITH & "WAT3EN. i;i Advance. !MTr fll' lTiVV'TicTvr ";'.-r.Mrtrwopl0ncfo 'f.-uu:lrt..r.-..iu,rn -V U,V .,' "14 ir.l! cvit.r;,... on j.H- ;;'JVi -- ii . . JtST' All 1:k:j'':.t.I rtrrrtrir-ti..ni -v V J- ItOIiBINfj. 4 J . Il.rtrnov -t I . ; .-a- i typlm omnn jan:s a c..t istore, Sti-. Oenri'v. Mi'j-niri. II. S.SHAW, TV Y.-Mrlv aJverthf melt nsv-li-- - - I i bC'ltfiiahlfr, the ll"()WItig n'Rlttdl : in .Ivnci!. - . Or ;:v. o:'. honev and lemon ii. ''r.' :- ti :-roriTs:-e Ian:-. . ! 1 . , , ,, ijnire, 'i!b tu )au-cs and a half: IMiOV-XviinVAT "..nii !,i';n yat-ierimj the valuable expe-,-' . ' . i ivJl iooltJiN Ai j C.aitiu. . . . , ., ,. ui:x and rve tho.-e u tho horses: rs, (neiment the aet far::..-, ' Attorney at? LaYr,,11 m,My u offiit: iv tiik ii.njT in i Sip. (;.-!..-vi.-w., Mr-.....:ri. AVi'l t.rsrti.--- in tl..- mir .f t..r.Tn-l i!Hhjwi..wl...

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 March 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. saiTH WATHXS, raUlthm. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOUBL CURRENT TOPICS. Thk Advisory Council of I'lymoulli Church, Brooklyn, met in that church on Tuesday, the 1.1th inst. Delegates from about 1 10 churches were present and occupied the liody of the church. The, gallery was filled chiefly by ladies. Mr. Beeeher opened the proceedings by an address, in which hesaid: "What ever questions you may see lit to ponder over, you will act on your own discre tion, and without any restriction on the part.ot this Church. For myself, I wish to say that I fear no adequate and just investigation of whatever is thought to he wisest and best, anil that I most earnestly give mv consent to it." 1 r. Ilacon was selected as First Moderator. In his remarks Dr. Bacon said that they were not there to try the main question of the great scandal, but only to advi-e Plymouth Church concerning the man ner in which it has dealt with it. Tim committee of the Louisiana IIou.sc, which was appointed to inve...

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 March 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. 3T. (;!::c:vii;vj:, - Missouri. :n STATE NEVS.""-ir.iK- ttAler - -Vols. The Mi"iuttri state Ito-ril of .V.-riciilttiro ; :,.. ;,ci.,ni,t-wa expected to die from the ha- b-iii'. a cinaii ir to formers and other-, '. rSSii-l?. .'oiMlii-j.urii.iM' of the nature, At a oar liKilit;.: at Kan-j-) iiy. on tin: caiiM-aml ..i,re of tli); ho;; cholera, and a-k- 17:1,. n,,,,. .. r.oniti".., hie M. C. ,f the f.irativi r- to the follow ing interrogatories: j Ki-irirt. recommended forannoiMincnt 1. linil-r 01 l-i 1.1 ,.t mi viinr NmnW of ..-.-s j.t ..11 yoiir j.t.ice. i. .VllllllK Tof lli;.t hill. .1 i,-1" ; i,;ir li!.-!ll' within ill.. i:;-l i-.ir. .". uuilifr ot l!':it liavi- Im.l t!.e iln-cn-f ami li:r.e nvovi nii. !. N'miilicT o: lioirs iliaf hnvrruMiltlicliH-i'iTii-tiri-ly. 5. 01 uv tbatilinl. N'lMilicr l"lio?s !...it ::iv i'ioiI in" liiu ilii-co-e irittiin 111i11-.11fj.il.. i;-t iiiinl.-i va!iu- i.f hk-!i . Havi';. .iir Imv" I'trMilTiTf'li-imilarlvlH'liiri':- It Ml. wlHTV- ;i....

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 March 1876

THE FATTl PLAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 2. M7fi. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. THE CHANGE. As wo Indicated Itt week, the E:i- l:r-h part of t.ic FrkePrehs wan -old to the proprietor of the Fair 1'i.ay. The latter paper will be ispued to all cur subscribers who desire continu ation; aadwe teg to-be notitiedas Kir'yus possible to that effect. All those who have paid their 8ubcrip- t;ori may gat cither the Fair Pi.ay or tho German part of the Fjiee 'PSS3S, which will hereafter be issued in larger form, cxteuded, eo an to make Rood all dues. If neither of the above is desired wcwit.li for the cred itors to rail at.t he FreiePresse office where their dues will be refunded. As said, the Fkkie Fkkbsb will he enlarged :is soon.-: we ciu Bi&ke the tiBc?aearj- arrKiteuieiits- to do so, and it will he otherwise improved no as to make it one of tho best advertising ahact in Southeast; Missouri. We hill contribute to the Fajii Play from time to time, articles upon the issues, rt-pricnling the...

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 March 1876

TRTj I-Ailv Xl-AY" - ' -- - - - - Tiiri:-IV. .MAS' ajOTfi SMITH & IVATHEH, - Publishers. LOi.-AL AM) OTilEX ITCHS. j-lSjauk units of all kiutls, hi book li trill, for -ale:t thisojTict;. Mr L:tbr:iyr;vco:ntni;iic.-rf ! --toni B,"h "Kn '-"IIUMCWUrCllOa -1- i . ...... , i i Tticsdav. The gutters have lws cleaned on the lower ...ortion of Main out Mrect. An improvement Mr. William I"n!r:cr tells us that i , . , , tho,ir:,ml brick the romin- Mimmer. Tlte brirk for the new school bnii-e are niatle anil we may soon look lor the work to be pushed iorwartlto -.onipltioii dilors cb-bratod uuvdvriJ'-"---:m'-.r. .....!,LI1 " "lahu lr,ul !1""0:". I'rovlt'- !rW ... T.ie-.lav niKl.t h, the - aar.icters ot "Aiav ' auU "JDeceni t;ri . Sheep-killing dojj crc reported l.o-liave bi;rn bad in the vicinity of ISloouiMlale ami rieas-atst Grove the p:ut winter. A sinokeihor.RC rontaininp about two hundred pound-.; of meat, cr.uued fruits, etc.. vrz deHfoye-l by lire l"1 Iroutcu on Ifer t Saturday niht...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 March 1876

The Farm-Yard. :r ii.Ki:;:i c. street. "JT f rs.1 fM-a.-ili!c paints llow A rharjijieakdl picture, glossy lilack; lrawa with hair jvncil on tlie glow Tfcat inciti at eves a-lrancins track. On irLMcs th Eanet's ca'ttranl print; Up t!! Iiii'h Mil tlie luster cret'ps; Tiic p'l-liu . :!ten one amber tint. Though tr.c ..-. vt its crimson kccpc. N cjorr 'l.e :!'it!i"r! l'mw rakes The ffcov.er the s: ' 'reO-maa trri'l;" Vrl.I I it op- -I-m' I. .i.'.r takes. At- i Ut .nto um!er lici.li. The tirei train trutize in latins stalk. With i-ltrpy look r.n.1 s hiri-l: ft-ct, TiirouIiilT k mill i.mlieiuxifilitt walk, ior.n to tii" farm-yanl'j cool retreat. 11:crc atvkv.vrl roams the ftllT, Fiuan Riat; The t-l:ra, pert colt otrM.-r- sliltcl roiiml; Ihrxn fr.iia their hut the pijnons flint, Miakiar their short necLa o'er the roiin-I. Tli fowls their nislitly perches seek On fence acl tree; the.-e hurl the units-;" These light with cl.i-iuK win?; tli:.--, ir.eck, As comes the kin?, shrugs high in awe. ...

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 March 1876

t t DOMESTIC ECONOMY. ! sokk.-:; ; i-tips white sugar; heater's" minutes' :ind add susar. Iieut 2 iifmut 1 , ! of Hour, 1 tcaspoonful cream-tartar; boat 1 minute; . win eolil water. I tea- i . , i - . ' . . I 1- i spoonful soda. Heat 1 minute. Add 1 iteaix!iful lemon, and cup oi llour. 'licit 1 minute. 1'ri.i.Kii 1i:kai. I'uJl t.V- ,h por tion (if a new loaf into ro'.ijjh pii-cos: let them be of equal .-ize, .-ay about 2 or inches e-.ieh way. ry the piwt;. in a flow oven or before the lire till they become a itiee lijiht brown color, and when they are quite cri-p they will be' ready for n-e. Tliey are very nice with coltcc. Two-Horn: l'l imiNi:. ; cup butter, ; -'. cup siupsr, I cup (.smail) mobile?, 1 1 i-uji milk, i' cups llour, 1 1 cups rai-:n; ' ml auce; grease the tin well with butter, and let it boil two Inutr.-. I'r.t this mixture iit one of tho-c little empty tr.i iarii-paiU. then into a pot, jiarily lilled with water. Kverybiitiy likc-tlii-puddin. ToMATft SAf'i:. IMelt a pi...

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 March 1876

1( ? Pi" The Game Law. Ik it Enacted hy the. tienrritl Assem bly or the titnU of Misiaur: as follows : Kv ' mi J t ri:ill !a unlawful, i' and the judgment til Mich court -hull j Itu toiforced in like manner a- oilier ca-es ol mi-demeanor. Seulion 7. Tiion tin; eollecti :i of any julirm-tit recovered t"r :mv vi.i- any i i- i..is X. u. t oiteh, kill, ; :,ti(in of thu i:r n- of riij-s act, ' TIIK- ST . (.! NKVIITK " , IT ., V ' -' ,-r ,r y r-ii-.h BITrVIA!. Hi RECTORY. Krmi'u M l !. . - v L"ii:. Mr. ...tor- I I.-vi-V. -t I. ' i-. '.to. -i'i:l i:tri."t--lVirt'i- e Kmn. i-.. le. (If'ii-- ! vio Ire- i't ti. IV-r. IV - llimf Or.pij !i't, nr in.?-;:., .vuli -neb intent any v I -.':. iteer. l or f.nvii, lie-tw-!ii 'In! 15:ii day '.f J unary ami 'h' tii-t .lav 'it "September; ami 'I (li Mil l., lie iiiiiaivlul lo c::ti-!;, it'll! or v j'liis. or pursue v.-uL..i..:ii i.ont, in-, iiiris;y bn wren the 1st day of Aj..:il aiici ilni In "s-jili-iiilmr; ami i! i:t 1 1 a!-'i ho. unlawful t.o:,li:Ii, ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 March 1876

PAIR PLAY. H VOL. IT STE. GEXEVIEVJiMO., MARCH SO, 1870. XQ. -13. H THE FAIR PLAY' i- i'i:::i.ism:i Kviiirv T-inrsDAY moi.'.vi.vg i:y SMIT WATEEN TERMS: A I. . SO a i.i . hJvanvx. Year iiTr.' invn.ivr Om:c,i!mre.5 xtv,.v.nlSoneh.5,.'rtionSl.f" EhcIi que! t in-.Ttmn ; ft'i-uicis e:.rJ. ; iiuli sjcici-ier y.::ir o.)( inc-.,.mrtert ...ma, one year. :0.(Kt One-lmlf colu-f. fic " r 0 00 ... .... . .- 5 ...ir. r-....r " (Ml ' i!lch- r-5?" AH -..an.ii nt advertisements must ' i ; j f . I N-nnid for in advam-fl. I tif Yenr'.v livcrtisornents lmvablc qunr-, "riy in iiuvii:. e. PROFESSIONAL CAltDS. - J. li. HOBWIXS, Attorney at Law, f'FKICV: Ol'T-"ViTi: JAXI- & COX STORE, Ste. Gencvifve, Mi'ouri. II. S. SU AW, Attorney at Law. office iv Tin: cnrirr iiocsk. Ste. Genevieve, Miouri. "Will pnictic in the courts of the Twon tictli jutlicml fireuit. make collt'etion'', jiny inx( lor ne-:i-reSii't.t. aii'l l.-ulhtullv at t.-mj to miv r.nd all biiiiness entrusted to ) mrp, IS F1KMIX A. KOZIER, r ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 March 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. KXITU WATtlEX, PsUhben. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CURRENT TOPICS. Hox. (iEOitcr. II. Pendleton ap peared before the Committee on the War Department on the 14th, and ex plained Ills connection with the Ken tucky Central Kailroad, and with the collection of its claim for transporta tion services. He testified that he was paid by the company 50 per cent, of the amount recovered through his agen cy (148,000), and also received about $15,000 additional, to be paid by him to A. M. Hansom, who assisted in the preparation of the claim. He testi fied with great emphasis that he never paid one dollar to any person connected with the Government, or to any member of Belknap's family, or to airy one else, except to Ransom. Sena tor Stevenson, one of the stockholders and a director of the road, testified be fore the committee that he considered the claim a just one, but hard to get through; and that the arrangement with Pendleton was entirely satisfactory to the company. The Bowe...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 March 1876

THK F A TT? PI i A Y -Ai-l. X SMITH X VATIIM. I'nUI.tcn. STE. GENEVIEVE, - .MISSOURI. 1-m f-T nnl -T . MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Central XotrK. Brntoti I'nnnlr. iiniu ncise, or Nodaway County, and ciuim, apparanuy auoui .100 icci auint . ,r . t.. ... .. - 1 eai; 1 nonius .men ami son, and 11.11 ui-uh. ouuh; uh ikiii: Mien ru- Alonzo M. Johnson, of ltay Countv, have the ground. The barometer was fall- '1''''. ' ' , lw'as :in'1 ' Mrs. John Loonev. minuting on the matter are of the opin- rccciv d pardons under three-fourth, rule. J,,,,. The weatherwise men of Hazid , . . ' Injured -Joseph ClemenNon, leg ion that under a crust of two or three ,lIBe- - (ireen prophesied one to another that a I'ter-.n-law of Mrs Kichards and bruk , T.Ml n ,lIp hundre.I feet in thickness there exists a "" . ' ., .,.... , had run over for a friendly visit. They ;.,,.,.,.;., ,...,. J. 1.. iniima-KL'UMICIl ruhllPlI W:ll!:u-. I'.Mli.r'.Krli- 1. ....! ....',. -...1 .il.,-,. If at Lyon, ou the 11th, of 100 VB. Wright...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 March 1876

Tire FAIR PLAY. THURSDAY. MAT.'CH SO. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. At the hist in. t Ssnjf of 1 tie .-sloihird County Institute, held on tin; 10th anil lltli in-t., it xas --Kc-olx-cd, That children between the ages of ton and twenty years should be compelled by laxv to attend public schools, unless jiri'vriitotl liy sickness or regularly 5ut ructcd at home or other school." Congressional Convention. AVe are not a little surpri-ed to note the fact that several papers in this Di-trict who claim to be democratic organs should be advocating a 'free for all" Congressional race. Member- of Congress, like all other pul lie oiliceV-. should In- elected by the majority of the final! lied votersof the district tiny represent otherwise ihey arc hot representatives iif the true sen-e of the word. A real rep resentative should represent the sen timents of a majority of the people of his district. Common se:i-e should leach any one. that in a race when then: are live or ix or more candi ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 March 1876

Jl il J!i V Jl Ifc. JL'JjA JL . . I .-Weareiawc-ipior-TIioyiritof. STE. MARY'S DEPARTMENT. - - ' , a uua a: tic wtui.lv 'ii'-it MIL- Trrr-r-rrr. rr- J.. I A J.J. JtAKVJA), , 1S;.. FALL AM) WINTER "'UiMui. .makch ::o, is7. SMITH & WATHEN, - Publishers. LOCAL AMI 0T1IEK ITEMS. 'i'lm liver is on & "boom." 4li-! for a spell of weather;: For your plows go to ai.TXCKE. Two car leads of colored soldiers were -kipped o Texas last week. Iilank notes of :.I1 kinds, in hook form, for sale at this office. , Xt .Saturday is :tll fools' day. iVont you and me have a happy time, Jioiigh? Mud, slush, snow, rain. iv .locf, all mixed up together. liless use, ain't it nifc(V') F.cans are selling at. 75 ceiiis per bti-hel to-day at KOZILIi & JOKKUST'S. Uead the adverti-cnieiit of "In ternal Kevenr.c Special Taxes" en the hist page of this paper. It is notioug until the 1st of May. j Gents' and Boys' j IJoots. Siioiis and Su i-i-eks of the! i'.est Qualitvvind Latest-Style-: Clii-sj er than ev...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 March 1876

The Shadow on the Wall. M5-home a stately dwelling U, With lofty arching doors ; There is carving on the ceiling high, And velvet on the flotra; A rich and coft!y building. Where cotpclcjs eerrants wait, And "ncaUi tlic escutcheon's gilding . N'one enter but tlie great. Hut a happier Ik.iiic is near it; a humble cttage small. And ! envy iU ev.cet n-.istress the ehadowson the wall. My pictures are the j i vie of art. And drawn by cunning hands; ISut tlie .ainlel fibres ncrer move, JCnr change the painte.1 lands; ISefnrc the poret window More gorgeous pageant glide. Within the iowlien liouseh'iM More lifelike groups abHe; And I tum from soulless symbol. Uiat cowil my gloomy hail. Toualch tlie chitting ehadons upon tin cottage wall. Sly stately husband never Lends To kiss roe on the lips; His h an is in his iron tale. Ilia thoughts are with his ships; ISut when the twilight gathers Adown the dusky street, Tlie little housewife listens For founds of coming feet. And by the gleaming fire...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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