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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 March 1876

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Would It He Any llarniV A tLKAR IIKAI; Elastic 1Ici!is;kuu1 digestion: ftuad tleep; buujanl It is leap-year, and if a tidy girl with utUM. .,!,, ut t..e u- .,r ir.Tcrrb ini. n.cy red checks fecli a palpitation f the ' require meLaEi:ecr.lltt nor late, fire wltli rrjular man would it be anv harm for her to call , J"VES m "- "anltM tunes clocks cn upon his father and speak about the l,lo-v thcSr rc"1:tr Mlmhcr ,,f l,-Md- .1 . i i i . . t , . i ncauier, mi: uaii roaus, xnc nam nines o.l"a-C..a-i.rUa and lhf! !.! st.-iti. i,f -:r.i.i..tr. -m.! then ?IU'3-.Jj.ll.l:cnBa-sso.5.ifen..Bj!.i. Kve and Indian Dkoi Cake. 1 pint of Indian meal, j pint of rye meal. 2 spooniuwoi moiasses, a little salt; work heart for some worthy voun I nim cihu miiK so as to drop from a apLon into hot fat; be sure to have a strlooth batter. Lemon- Cookies. f ir-s t ,. f butter, 1 pint of white su-jar: "rate the 1 remark: rind of 'J lemons and put into the Hour- " 'r- Quincy, I have an affection f...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 30 March 1876

If n - t r L) XOTICE. U X I T K D ST ATMS I X T E II X A L IM-IVKXUE l)cc'UiI Taxes. 1, lSto April.", 1817. :.; llevi-ed Statutes of the United s,e!"'- :i-.:!7, and "j. ri.-fjuirc every person enquired in .,,t V i i """""." "r'Kayiii": lorau order for the .-ai..- l ",m"..,V 'r ,'Tn',l1!Ti:.,r'!u,V-,ll,,,,!,h 'll eial t-atc f uid dc- v?t-;i:HHVI,TN 1 OI:,1 LA.Ch I" yet unpaid for want of stitlicient a- j'ooi-M-os a staju- uenoimir me payment of .-aid SrK'-ui. Tax for the Special Tax Year, bt;iniiin May 1, JriJ. before commciii;inu' cri-ontinu-jni( huUiuss after April oO, 187(5. The 'JVjics embraced villiin Hie provision', of the law above quoted :in. the xollowiny, viz: Koctiiiers $2fX) W J .a!e:-i. rr-tail lKiior 0( t'ealer-. wholesale iiriuor 100 W Jt:i!jr- in malt liquor,Mliole- a! f.0 Ort J caii;! m malt. Hiiior., retail.. 00 ti! J 'Oab-r-in leaf tobacco 00 JU:aiI dealers in leaf tobacco., .iw) 00 And oil ?ales overSl.OtW.iiflj cents J ;r every dollar in excess of 1,000. I balers...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 April 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. t VOL. IV. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., APRIL G, 1876. XO. 14. Y THE FAIR PLAY is rt;i:i.isiiF.D KVERY THURSDAY MORNING II v SMITH & WATHEN. TERMS: S1.HO a Year in Advance. SATES 0F ABVKKTISIXG. ne square, sixty word ona insertion 3 l.W Each subsequent inserlii liusines cards 3 inch space per vear r. (M One-quarter column, one year. ........ O.OU One-half column, one year. Xi.on One column, one ycar...I 70.00 Displayed advertisement charged by the men. . All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. BP Yearly advertisement! parable quar- rriy in advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS J. B. BOBBINS, Attorney at Law, omrs; opposite jaxi a cx sToae, St. Genevieve, Missouri. 11. S. SHAW, Attorney at Law, omen in the rorirr iiousk. Ste, Genevieve, Missouri. "Will practice in the courts of the Twen tieth judicial circuit, make collection, pay taxes for non-resident, and faithfully at tend to anv and all business entrusted to hi care. 48 FIRMIX A. ROZIER, Attorney at Law, (O0ce...

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

THE FAIR PLAY. SMITH WATHEX, Fablbhtn. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CURRENT TOPICS. Gen. Sciikxck, ex-Minister t( Kng lnnd, appeared before the Committee on Foreign Allaire on the 28th, and made a lengthy statement concerning his connection with the Km ma. Mine. He said he was induced to purchase .r00 shares from Park, upon tiie solicitation of that gentleman and ex-Senator Stew art, upon the following terms, a copy of the agreement being exhibited by General Schcnek to the committee: Schenek gave his note to Park for 10,000 in payment for the 500 shares, Park guaranteeing Schcnek 2 per cent, a month on shares (subsequently reduced to 1J per cent.) while they should be held by him, or agreeing to take them back at par. There was no suggestion made at this time Unit Schenek should have any thing to do with the management of the company, and he only consented to do so sttbsc qucntly, when urged by Park and Stew art, who cited precedents for a member of the diplomatic corps serving in s...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 April 1876

V r THE FAIR TLAY SIIT'I A WATIIEf, I'uMMirn. STK. (JEXEVieve, MISSOURI, . THK COLI) HL'XTKRS. '. ,,,"' Kal.t ..it c",.-:r City mill a Very Si:,r.iioIil Jllw) Tlt Won't ', uy y.,r,v !r!ii;!itriil Omuiry, n ,, H- i, iirwliB-J..-luii.rmafltm fur Ilitri.illi.K .SJjwwl Corre-j) ii-iir..-e Kanfas ' Uy Time.. Ci-sti:i: Cm-, Black Hills, .March :, ISTt;. ()ir (:lrIVi ivhicli started for Harney's lvalc :. few .hiy.s ago, has been driven oaek l.y Indian-. We were not attacked by them; hut wis found ourselves in such a delicate and critical condition that to go un was to proceed to almost curtain di-aster. Ye-tcrdav mormn about daylight a party of 'cr- i ,IUI minting m "l"lcasant alley, 1 1 about nin: miles from this city, came Spring Creeks, i have made daily and suddenly upon two Indian scouts, to ililj.tit search for a -iht of .-ome old whom they v.ve chase, and soon after- j mineral in the Hills, but as yet have not wards nm into :. larjre band of .Sioux seen ten dollars' worth in Custer....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 April 1876

THURSDAY, AIM'IL 6. 175. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co, THE FAIR PLAY. official criminals aro dealt with where ! tho Democratic party is in power, they woulJ do well to read the mes sage just sent by Samuel J. Tilden, Governor of New York, to the log iblatnrc of that State, in reference to tho canal frauds which were perpc trated under prcecedinjj llcpublicaii Governors, with the aid of corrupt Democrats. Gov. Tilden says; "I likewise renew the recommendation ot an Ample appropriation in aid of tho defense of tho State against fraudulent cr unjust canal contracts, and in aid of civil and criminal ac tions in behalf of tuo State, growing out of canal frauds. The machinery of tbo State for such legal controversies is very inado quato and ineffective compared with that ef tho United States Govern ment, or any other Government, and needs to bo supplemented by accessory measures, in recent in- stances we have seen rich and pow crful delinquents in the courts do fending their posses...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 April 1876

THE FAIR .PLAY. TIHRSDAY, APRIL 6, 17J. SMITH & WATHEN, - Publishers. LOCA&IKD OTHER ITEMS. A new sign on Merchant street. The river is on the decline the l:i-t lew days. i:i:uik note of all kinds, iu book l inn, for sale. -it this office. Tin- physicians of this locality report health improving the last few w-ek. Velocipede" is all the rage with ;; lhtle boys of Ste. (.ienevieve uur- a-days. For your plows go to C. LEUCKE. Fredericktown will have a "Cen tennial Calico Ball" on the 18th inst. If you want :i line suit of Cloth :ii:r ir a small sum of uioiiev go to ROZIER & JOKKIWT. Messrs. John L. Ilogy and L Val- Je harohl paid Frcdericktown a vist la-i week. A full line of boys' clothing and piece goods for boys' wear at 11AMSI & CO.'S.' Kozicr & Jokerst have received three more cases of those good live cent calicoes. 'Spring has come, the flowers iu MootUUn our windo,) the birds sing out their lay." Gents' and Boys' Hoots, Shoes and Si.iiweks of the I!ct tj a a...

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

Violet ami lioso. Vi.iUs ikli" :.te, sweet, Ii i-in ii: the .I.irj. nf the uxutl, lti'l hi thy fii'.J n-trcat, Karlrnm Uie s .ur.it.it thettrecl. Man ar.'l las merciless nioo-1 is.-tlc fnra the storni anil the licit, Jlreattiin:? of lic.iutyand pno-1 -"rasrar.l. -, ureter thy Iiooi V..lit. oJeautiiul m.i:i, nifin'l, Wfccr-:.- t::- t..:i- (bni is mcc t. MretSor tl.ie driv.; :: :.ei-u:iM Tel u ill 1 fciircl at thy itrt, IVaiin .-in.i:.-r one dmuM, Vi..l.i! w. C. jtosuiHifM:. '.I in t!' !ir"!re-m'.- zrowii, Win-re 1'ic f oat f the Ircih v.ect hay -it:i1t;t- i:j lr,:u the Ht-M- r.ev.'-in.r.v:i, Vu knu'.r it y.u l.:i'v it al"i.e, in I outlier you here tn-ii.iv I ?or here was it not here, say ""hatfclx- came by the trmxikiml way, Avd lay heart with a hoi unLaown liosei VJ:, yes with her liriglit hair Mown, And licr eyes like the skies of May, Awl her bteps like the rose-leaves i-trown WI.cn the tviuris in the rose-trees "lay It waft here O my love, my oWa Koec! AUSTIK DOIISON. 7.V Spcctct...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 April 1876

MISSOURI STATE NEWS.' domestic ecoxomy. Ih it Not a Wonder Tliat We LUe? It i- .Miinatcil that nearlv ni half of tin' CSrnrral Xotes. The Governor lias i.trdoncd, under the tlirci-fourtli rule, John Cox of St. I.oui-, oon!neeil two tear- to the IVnitL-iitiarv for aailit to kill; Jack .Slicpani, Cha-i. Iowe j . .....I 4a . ....... ... ... t tnn.uwl ' 'i Iki.LV IJor.L. : e'r"-s, 1 cut) of sti'iir, , human family areto-ilar .-ufTcrvr-witli-omi' 1 t..-i:n.nnf..l .it . . . T "f l,e fIS"vius -yinjitnm-: A faint, .-ill 1 tciipoonful of creuiii-tarttir, . t.;a- ,ne -en-atio., at th.; i.it ..f th-..tnu.a.hthit spoonful ot soila, 1 cup of Hour: pour it 'food will not rensoiv. a fi lling like a Joa.l ,thia into :i bakiuir-pan: bake sl.cvlv: KlTZZ ...OTL'i?. .V" '.T and jfassie Johnson of .St. J.oui-, sent-nU 1 ?P."-"-Ml JuI1-V ove" lt an1 r,J'1 l ui'- :' brth. coid f.-i-t and hand- uit.'i two J. -ir each for .-rand larcn v- l J wk- ' 11 " :i f '" a i-Limmy fti-lm?. hot llii-hc-at time-, af- iw...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 6 April 1876

1 f XOTICE. UN ITED STATUS INTERNAL REVENUE Maj It IStCto Aril3, 18.7. The Revised Statutes of the United Stale, Sections 3237, 3-.':W, and rccjiiire every person enquired in any business avocattoii, or employ ment which render hinii liaMe tu n SfKciAi. Tax. TO PROCURE AND PLACE CONSPICUOUSLY IN HIS ESTABLISHMENT OR PLACE OF 1JUSINESS a Stamp denoting Hie payment of said Si'Eciat. Tax for the Special Tax Year, beginning May 1, 1K76. before commencing or continu ing business after April 30, 1876. The Taxes embraced within the provisions of the law above quoted are the lollowing, viz: Rectifiers $200 00 Dealers, retail liquors 25 00 Dealers, wholesale liquor 100 00 Dealers iu malt liquors, whole sale. SO 00 Dealers iu malt liquors, retail.. 20 00 Dealers in leaf tobacco 25 00 Retail dealers in leaf tobacco.. 500 00 And on sales ovcr$l,000, fifty cents lor every dollar in excess of $1,000. Dealers in manufactured to bacco 5 00 Manufacturers of stills 50 00 And for each still manufac tu...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 April 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. STE. GEXEVEEVE, MO., APRIL 13, 1&T6. VOL. IV. XO. 45. TIIE FAIR PLAY IS l'UBMSHKD EVERV TIIUB3DAY MORNING BY SMITH & WATHEN. TERMS: $1.50 a Year in Advance. KITES Vt ABTEKTISK6. One square, sixty word one insertion S 1.00 Kach subsequent insertion.......... .50 Rinines? cards, j inch space per veer fi 00 One-qunrter column, one year......... 0.fl0 One-half column, one 3 ear. 35.00 One column, one year. 70.01) Displayed advertisements charged by the men. AH transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. i&T Yearly advertisements payable quar terly in nuvar.ee. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. B. ROBBINS, Attorney at Law, orvwr. opmsite jakim cox fToE, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri. 11. S. SHAW, Attorney at Law, nmiK ix tiik coruT house. Ste. Genevieve, Missouri. "Will practice in Uie court of the Twen tieth judicial circuit, make collection, pay c : 3 j v -1 ? m-.-- tur iii-ii-n-Kiui-ni, hihi laiiuiauy ai-ti-nd to anv and all business entrusted to pi care. -18 FIRM...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 April 1876

THE FAIR PEAY. SSITH WATHE5, FaMshm. V STE. GENEVIEVE, - -MISSOUEL CURRENT TOPICS. Additional testimony in reference to the sale o post-traderships was given before the Congressional Committee by Gen. George A. Custer, who testified that Itobert T. Sippc, post-trader at Fort Abraham Lincoln, told him that his profits were $15,000 annually, one third of which was paid to Geu. Ilvdrick, of Iowa', and one-third to Gen. Kice, at Washington. lie did not know, but he understood that a portion of it went to the Secretary of War. Mr. Kaymond, the Indian Agent at Fort Verthold, said that he paid Orvil Grant $1,000 for getting him. the place. Gen. Custer also testified to other matters implicating the Secretary of War, and in reply to the interrogatory " Did you ever represent the facts to the Secretary of War?" witness re plied "Xo, sir. I was as suspicious of him as I was of any sutler. We re garded the Secretary of War a silent partner in almost all the posts." Wit ness further gave as a r...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 April 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. SXITH WITH EX, rabtltJktn. 9TE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. ticnrntl States. The United States Circuit Court will con vene at JclTcrsou Citv on the 17th. Another warrant was received on the 3d fm k n ..... , ,i. 1... IUV, llill L lilt. lit. 7 fcU'i VllWt UC i. r.7i V i Z rT' 1 land indcmnitv due the .State. This nionev is for the counties of Monroe, Adair and Schuyler, which receive s,3M.USt I,!W.S9 and .C,i:.(l re.-M.--tivfly, This will be ... reat aid to these counties and the Kepi-tor deserves eredit for the energy displayed in securing thin money from the Government. Following is a full lit of appointments of iuiui-ler made by the St. l.ouis Conference of the M. E. Cliurch, at its recent seion at Scdalia: St. Imis Di.-trict ( . .. Van Au.Li. I. K. ; Union and City MUion. C. A. Van Au'ia; Trin ity, O. SI. ntcuart; Central, .1. W. lluslion; lieu. -St. JaiM S Frv. Klitor Central Christian lrKlr, iiieinlHr L'nion Quartnrly ; Conferrnre; h. fc. hclwxnln...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 April 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 175. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co, The Quarry Strike. The hands ot the Stc. (..encvivc Sandstone Quarry arc on a strike for higher pay, We understand the Company have been payiny S1.7S per day, and that tins strikers demand $-J.50. Mr. Meredith, superintendent of the works, we understand has, in the absence of the members or offi cers of the Company, offered au ad' vancc of twenty-live cents on the day to the hands if they would go to work, until the officers could be consulted, and after that to pay whatever the Company would agree upon. "Wc have heard but little of either side of the question, but expe rience has taught us that too harsh means are not always the best, and that in matters of this kind each party should give a little and thus ef fect a compromise. It is too bad to have the work at a perfect stand-still, and it is also bad for so many bauds to be laying idle. We have no special individual interest in the case, but we hope an ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 April 1876

TITE FAIR PLAY. TUL'K.SDAV, AI'KIL 13, 17. SMITH & WATHEN, - Publishers. LOCAL pPfgjg. Judge K. C. Kozier lias returned from St. Louis. For viur plows ro to C. LEL'CKE. Head the "Board of Equalization Notice," in another column. Blank notes of all kinds, in hook formfor sale at this cilice. ItVier & Jokerst have received three more cases of those good live ;:iit calicoes. The citizens of Farmingtoii arc making an effort to have a telegraph line erected from that itlacc to De l. us. If you want a line suit of Cloth- tiy for a small fuiii of money go to KOZIEIi & JOKKK3T. Johuy Kern may be eccu on our streets again. He is improving in licalih. lie has our thanks lor late ."6;. I.ouis papers. A new paling fence is being put put up by the county on the east side of the public square. Mr. Albert is housing the job. A full line of boys' clothing and liiecajWods forbovs' wear at icciOQ IIAMM & CO.'S. A team run away on the square Saturday. No damage except that one of the h...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 April 1876

A Faded Glove. BY CKI.IA TIIAXTF.lt. Mylittlegranddausntcr, who fain would know Why. folded close in scented satin fine. I keep relic faded long ago This pearl-gray, dainty, withered glove ot mine. Listen : I'll HI you. It is fifty years Since Uic fair day I laid my trcaenrc here. But yesterday to me the time appears ; Ages ago to you, I uw, my-dear. Upon this iialm, now withered as my cliecb. Lore laid his lirct kiss, doubtiae and afraid ; Oh, swiit and etrung across nic while I Scak Comes memory of love's might, my little maid! I yet was so unconscious! Twas night Some festal night. My sifters were above. Not ready quite; but I, cloaked all in white. Wailed below, aud, fanening my glove, Looked up with smiling ejieech to him who i-tood Observing me, so still ami so intent, I wondered somewhat at his quiet mood. Till it flashed upon me what the silence meant. What sudden fire of dawn my sky o'erapread! What low melodious thunder broke my calm 1 Could I be dreaming that this gloriou...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 April 1876

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Fuunitl'kk Stains. Have ready :$ pieces oflLwoolen cloth, with 1 well lipped in lamp oil (or if that is not convenient, linseed oil), rub the spot briskly;.wet the second with alcohol and apply to oily surface, rubbing quickly, as too much alcohol will destroy the varnish, and finally polish with the third cloth, moistened with oil or furniture polish. "I'oi'-ovkii" Pumjinc Take 1 cup of milk, 2 eggs, and 1 cup of corn-starch, orfV&ur, if the starch happens to be out. Kfithe starch or flour thoroughly with a little milk first, to avoid lumps; then beat the whole together a few minutes, add a pinch of salt, and pour into cups which have been buttered. Fill the cups half full. Set them iu a quick oven, and they will rise in baking, and they will "nop over" in the prettiest way im agiuable. hen done, turn them out of the cups, make a sweet sauce, and each one at the table can haveapiul- ding to himself. The above recipe is i sufficient lor four cups. A Valuable Oi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 13 April 1876

r I- i - V. NOTIQE. XXITED STATES INTERNAL KEVENUE Special Tk:cm, ISJ 1, 187f ( ihmw, 18X1. The Revised Statutes of the United States, Sections 8232, 8287, 3230, and :;i9, require every person engaged in ...... l.naiiinna arnMlion. or einnlov- iii.it which renders him liable to : s..,rAT.Txr.TO PROCURE AND PLACE CONSPICUOUSLY IN IUS ?;STABLISHUENT OR PLACE OF RlTfllNESS a Stamp denoting the payment of told Spkciai, Tax for the Special Tax Year, begiuniug May 1, M7 6. Dciore coiumcuciuK orwuuuu ins business after April 30, 1876 The Taxes embraced within the provisions of the law above quoted are the following, viz ltcctiiers. 300 00 Dealers, retail liquors 25 00 lealera, wholesale liquor 100 00 Dealers in malt liquors, whole sale. 50 00 J )calers in malt liquors, retail.. 20 00 Dealers in leaf tobacco 25 00 Retail dealers iu leaf tobacco.. 500 00 And on sales over $1,000, tifty cents for every dollar iu excess of 91,000. Dealers in manuiaciurca to bacco Manufacturer of stills Audfor ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 April 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. J t "1 e4 a VOL. IT. STE. GEXEVIEVE, MO., APRIL 20, 1870. XO. 4G. -TV I si r ft 3, 3 4 THE FAIR PLAY is i-t:nr.i.-iri:i K:V THUKSDAY MOUSING l:v SMITH & WATHEN. TERMS: Sl.0 a Tear i:i .'Jflvtnirc. RlTr.SOF ADVEKTISI56. JW ?qu-i.. ity rorl one insertion S l.MI, i'.acli fi i.-t-qiioiit in-erti'in............... ..".fl i li'i-in.? rimts, inch sp.-ic' per year 1 oVlj One-quarter oiltniin. one er. 'lOJII 'lie-half column, one year. 3.1.00 One colutcn, one year. 70.00 DUphyed advertisements charged bv the Inch. ft AM transient advertisements must be paid fir in advance. Yearly ndverligcmcnts payable quar terly in ndviiuec. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. B. BOBBINS, Attorney at Law, "OFFICE OPPORtTK JAMS X COX STORE, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri. II. S. SHAW, Attorney at Law, orrit'R in" tiik -nrirr house. Stc. Genevieve, Missouri. "Will practice in the rourU of th Twen tieth judicial circuit, make collection, pay tuxes for non-residenU. mid faithfully at lend to anv and nil busines...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 April 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. SITH & W.lTHEi, ralmmhrrs. ste. gi:xi:vh:vj: MISSOUUI. CURRENT TOPICS. Tin: Mexican insurgents captured New Laredo on the 11th, after consid - crauie nettling, yumtano ana a pan of his forces escaped down the river. A laugelv attended meeting of the citizens of Chicago, without distinction of party, was held on the 11th, for the purpose of inaugurating a radical re form in the City Government, which it is asserted i3 now in the hands of un principled and corrupt men, who have fraudulently obtained possession of the principal offices. Thomas Hoyno was nominated as a candidate for Mayor, to be supported at the election for mem bers of the City Council, to be held on the 18th inst. As the term for the pres- ent Mayor, Harvey D. Colvin, docs not expire until next year, a committee was appointed to await upon that gentleman and other oiheers ami demand their re- signations. Col. Whitlev, formerly Chief of De - tcelivesof the Treasure Deoartment. has riven before a Cong...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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