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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 April 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. SITH WITHE, FasUta!. STS. (IBNEVIEVK, - MISSOURI. aB Misdoulu state news! t-n-ml n!t. 1'ardnus under the three-fourths rule have been granted by the tlovernor to J! torse Hanks, of llaudolph County, and Henry Uuell. of Johnson County, each under sentence of two year.- for grand larceny. I'.inloni under the three-fourths rule have been issued to Joseph W. Johnson, of Dent Oyunty, and Henry Kussel, of Oregon Coii- X, each under sentence for grand larceny. Follow iug is the Thirteenlh Annual Ap portionment made by the .State Superin tendent of Public Schools, March 31, Ib7: A'o. of 4'liitilren Het. 5 ami SI urn. ,3it 4.2C. ,nr, S.TsS 4,411 3,2 -S 4,OT 7,7wi ,.Vi3 7.W3 s,(U7 IV, fi'.M 2,43 0,723 .1,777 .'..3IS 5.WS 7,at! :tfi 4,.jrf a .255 c.ta. 4.21 3,1 4 2,1V. 3,usl Hi,l 4,171 S.IT7 K,UJ 5,:ii l,'1 m 7, 3 sin".! l.'.Cil 2,22 I,73 9,!i! o.toi W.lttJ 4,.M5 3,v.li $,va .'..HI 6.2IS .37 ;,7.s 7,u: 2,3T(t 1,4-V ' Z 2.'71i 7,'W ."...".'.".".." 3,'sli -. ...... . .. ...... 6,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. — 20 April 1876

F i .- JJfE JjA.TTl PXjA-Y i . - THURSDAY, A PHIL 20. 17... Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. Wc notice that in some of the conn lies in the State the Demo cratic Central Committee arc cMlinif meetings in their respective comities for the purpose of appointing dele iratcs to the State Convention to be hcM at Jellersoii City on the Xlst of May for the purpose of selecting del egates to the National Democratic Convention. Is it not time that the Cent nil Committee of thicounty was moving in the matter? Lieutenant Governor. Gen. F. A. liozicr, of our city, has been favorablv mentioned by mimer- oti- Democratic jinirnals over the State in connection with the otlk-c of JJeiitcnant Governor. We think that in General Ko.ier the people would lintl all the qualities reiiuiilc for the position. He is honest, capable and bears a spotless character, ami we feel certain that if honored with the posi tion he would do credit to himself and to his constituents. "Wo believe that there is but one ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 April 1876

t cm THE FAIR PLAY. TlllJKSDAY, AIMiH, CO. Is7. SMITH & WATHEN, - Publishers! LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. County court met last Monday. Don't for-rct that the Hoard of Appeals meets next Monday. Blank notes of all kiwis, iu liool: form, for sale at this office. -What;, the matter with our .St. Mary correspondent this week? Attention' Fakmkks: The Cone Mills are paying Sl.:JO l'or tlie Mcst AVhcat. Tlii! woods in Ilipley county are rn lirc,and many f'iit;.i Iiave been lot. Uoier & Jok:rst have received three more rases f those good live cent calicoes. Don't forget t!c (Vutcuui.il Leap Year IJall at Leo's on Tuesday night next. All lovers of flowers should read Mr. A. Thoos' advertisement) iu an other column. The pat few days of line weath er has improved the condition o( the roads considerably. If you want a line suit of Cloth ing for a small stun of motioy go to KOZIEU & JOKKIKT. Squire ))ultou, of DIoouisdale, called in to sec us on Monday night. I le made the heart .f the p...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 April 1876

r,ost. ISV liOSE TEKKY COOKE. intc on a lime she came to me, Ausoraofmall star from heaven might llec To be a mortal's oole delisht, A lore by daj-, a !rcam by night. The sweetest thing on land or tea My little darling crept to mc. A tremblin?. len-ler, fairy thing. 1 1 sra ve to ui.il... too sail to sing. .Aware of earth uV.li grieved surj'riw. An alien from her native Men, A baby anscl ttrane to nv. My little ilarliug came to air. " ltul lore and loving taught her aiiulcs. Ami life ail living baby wi!c, Ths way to cling, to coax, to Via. To fill my Mini with ilceiiest bliss; .My heart ot hearts, my life, was she. This little lotc irlio came to me. What words fche stammcml, soft ami low, Xo other car but mine couM know; More ccntlc than a cooing !ove, Morcfond than any voice of love. So fchy, fo sweet, so tenderly. My little darling sjioke to me. I Inow not how to tell thegraco That dwelt upon her wistful face The tinted, skin, the lip's pure bloom, Ike c' arcst eyes that knew not ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 April 1876

A Fight to the Death. Ah "affair of honor " is reported to us from Paris, and its issue has been that one of the combatants is dead of a sword thrust through his heart, while tliu other lies in a fair way to join his departed adversary beyond the grave. The defunct ilui-list was a M. Ol'livier, Captain of the Garde Mobile, aed who was decorated with the military medal for his gallantry on the sanguin ary Held of Grave-lotto. The moribund man is a M. Fcuillerodc, officer of the Iiiu-ers, cven years younger than his opponent, but lately" his' rival, it ap pears, for the favors of one described as "a worthless woman named Adri enne Kuieret, sister of a dan-euse at the Caile Theater in l'aris." These mil itary gentlemen quanclud, it eeuis, ;vr some incident founceted with the dancer's si.-ter, and, their wrath or jeal ousy being unaj)peasable, the matter was referred to the " arbitivmeut of steel,"' in spite of all that their friend-; could do to prevent :ia cii'.-outiliT. It was arrang...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 April 1876

j NOTICE. UNITED STATES INTERNAL ItE VENUE Special Taxes', hit i, tszsio ipruse, is;;. The Revised .Statutes of the United .States. Sections 8232. 3237. 3238. and Sii, require every person engaged in any business avocation, or cinploy ment wliirh renders him liahlo tn a pkcialTax.TO PROCUKE AND PLACE CONSPICUOUSLY IN HIS ESTAUMSUUENT OK PLACE OF HUSINESS a Stamp denoting the pavmeut of said Svkciai. Tax for the Special Tax. Year, Iiegiiiuiiig May 1, 1S76, before commencing or continu ing business after April 30, 1S6. The Taxes embraced within the provisions of the law above quoted are the following, viz: Kectitler S200 00 Dealers, retail liijuors 25 00 Dealers. wholesale lienor 100 00 Dealers iu malt liouors, whole sale. 50 00 Dealers iu malt Honors, retail.. 20 00 Dealers in leaf tobacco 25 00 Ketail dealers in leaf tobacco.. 500 00 And on sales overSl.000, fifty rents tor every dollar iu excess of 1,000. Dealers "in manufactured to bacco 5 00 Manufacturers of stills 50 00 And for ...

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 May 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. VOL. IV. STE. GEXEVIEVE,MO., MAY 25, 1876. XO. 51. THE FAIR PLiAY is 1'iTitr.isiiKi EVERY THURSDAY MORNING II v S. HENRY SMITH. TERMS: -Sl.oO a Year in .(If vf nice. Rates of Advertising. n'tiiirf,Nlinfi(thitjiOonrin-,rlin, 9 !. KaIi ?uK-i.i;it in-rli'in, - ... - .Ml IJ'i-iiie" rsnt-". 1 itirfi, t j-jr, - - - " "i-:i.-trtt-rrituinn, ! year, ... 20.00 .'m-Inlf rIumn, 'inpycur, - - - - - .'.( iiri-ttinitnf f,w vr.ir - - - - - - 70.00 l)ijljypl adiortiMTOenN rhard ly the inch. ITT.MI trsin:ciil a'horti.-cnicnts nm.'t lie cM fr inailvatirr. tl'Vily a4vmicnicnt jayaKe ijuartrrlj- in silvatire. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. B. ROBMNS, Attorney at Law, Ste. Genevieve. Missouri. I.jfciittr .tnns'-.ov, yl i-.-tiT, lib. IIf.vrv S. Shaw. Ste. Genet irvr, -Mo. JOHNSON & SHAW, Attorneys at Law, Ste. Genevieve. Missouri. Will rrarll.-i' In t!ie iitirf- of tho twentieth lll- lieul riivnit, mite llivti.-n-, ji.iv tax.- for i'iii-ieiilei)i. ana l u.nruuy niHim l any nnu ill Imiiie irLtni...

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 May 1876

THE FAIR PLAY, S. HKNKT K11T0. Kditar ui Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CURRENT TOPICS. A National Conference of Liberals and Independents was held in New York City on the ICth. Kcv. Dr. Theo dore D. Woolsey presided. Among the more prominent gentlemen present were Carl Schurz, Win. C. Bryant, Horace White, A. II. Bullock, Prof. Julius II. Seelye, John Jay, Parke God win, Charles Francis Adams, Jr., Dr. Leonard Bacon, and Cyrus W. Field. An address was issued, pledging the signers (and calling upon all good citi zens to join them in this pledge) to support no candidate at the coming Presidential election "who in public position ever countenanced corrupt practices or contaminations, impeded their exposure and punishment, or op posed necessary measures of reform; or who, while possessing official influence and power, has failed to use his oppor tunities in exposing and correcting abuses coming within reach of his ob servation, but, for personal reasons or party ends.has permi...

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 May 1876

TO coRniiHl'OXDKNTS. I Carpet Shaking as a Fine Art. They gathered the carpet, and .Mr. Bar All cTOimunicitions for tlii- .:i.t EtiouM lie I iic'er ': the start of her -ml shook -i ac.-..monip.tljvtlifn.mi.-oru.c:.inlK.r;ii..tntc-I ... . ,F , snook, a c:iriij-friit4i!uatiun.butajeT:i-i'-rf sw i , J he prayer. i Jin- congregation are roil clear down to her hands, explodin" i'K rrtkSiy ;-:SuT requested for young Mr. lUring-r, who iu :t ..,., and a voicano of ,lut in her ill KlVllir UaillCs ami I:iU-. toliaVCall Jfltersor 1 liru .ml in At..ri.l.t- ?tr...f Voll (....,. !!., ..i .1.,.. I .1 I UKunwitaiuaiidiiietUiCt. UVUV VITIIIMP house aho.lt a year, and they took the 111.1.1. AU L..ir,.Us UJ, y.,lerday for their first gen- ! I eral hou-c cleaning. Mrs. Baringer's ) A :!8-r.,r.vi, sweet potato was sold in:imtIier Wjt;. lM.caU5tf fch(. s.li(l Key West, Fla., recently. Also a jew-' 0,;via w.., ft J)lcr(. dj;ld at n(.h ,hins fish weighing :m pounds. I , , , .. , Aristarehu, ,v .urk ..........

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 May 1876

Tin: FAIR PLAY. TIIUlfesOAV, MAY .. - Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co OIXR TICKET. FCU 'KISsIUKNT, IIOX. AUGUSTUS C. DODGE, Of Iowa. I'OIt STATK Al'HITOIt, THOMAS IIOLI.ADAV. I-OR COXCKiys, iTIt DISTItRT, MAUTIX L. CLAUD Y. -'VllHOlllM'CMIICMlti. "'o arc authorized to announce MARTIN L. ULAItDY, of Farmiiijrton. as a randidntc for jiepruscntativc ill Congress from this :.-! tirt, subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. Hon. Win. S. Keif seems to lead all competitors in the canvass for Attor ney General. Hon. .Toslah M. Anthony, of Madi-. son i:ounty, is favorably sbokctt of as u caudidale for Uailroad Coinmi-ion-it. Mr. Autlioiiy ia man well known in this section for his sound Demo eratic principles, ability ami integrity, and should the State roiivcutiou nom inate him for that position the selec tion would be a rood one. lfThiirinan hould be nominated and elected President, it would ena- bio ihe present Republican Governor :;nd legislature to put a Republican in 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. — 25 May 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. TIlUHSfiAY, MAY 187t. S. HENRY SMITH, Publisher. 'LOCAL .VXD OTHER ITEMS. Loral items are a scaree article this week. A lire felt quite comfortable last Tuesday morning. Head tin- law card of Johuiou & rjhaw, in a anther column. lllaiik note.- of sill kinds, iu book form, for rale at this olliee. Attention Fa km Kits I Tin One Mills are paying l.:;o lor the Jte.-l Wheat. Anew Catholic Church is to be built at Dexter, iit Stoddard county, this State. Joe Vorst is improving the side walk in front oT the Southern," also his fences. A lire occurred iu Dexter on the niht of the lOthiust., which destroy ed two houses. Loss about $.'i,000. IJeforc you start for the Ccnten ial. or anywhere else, go to Uo.ier Jk dokcrst ami buy yourself a new suit ol clothes. " A I'reh Assortment of Fancy Candies just received. Cake ami Pies made and trimmed to order at Mrs. Agatha. Keniiard's. 4!WJ If you want to be convinced that ltozicr & Jokerst sell goods cheaper than any house iu...

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 May 1876

Ncrcr Bid Sad Thought Stay. Uiere re tfaaes in tt c livei of u' a'! Wen Miuaxhti that are ta 1 will ir-lruJc, When deads w.ll lower, soil the licart Over JaneiediUe will brooj. Mot UiU I ha3 framed, 'tir- b:st. When ke ih.-ulotr-i !arlei the way. To smile and sin;. if we can. Am i never bid ta l thought ay. LvuUetil CiHintr-Jotrtuit. ANGEr.IQL'j;. Father Allard'.s face wears a comical expression of surprise ami perplexity as he turns suddenly upou ine, saying: " It is nod possib', me fren', Uat you 'avc not know Lot de petite Angeliquc Angeliquc is a a what vou call? Iicro, eh? When the reverend Father, however, is assured that Angeliquc is et 1111 tnoKn to me in the flesh, he seizes me by an arm, quietly leads the way to the cottage of the Sisters of Charity, where throwing wide open a door, he points to a corner of the room and exclaims in the theatrical tone of his countrymen "Voila! derc is tie Angeliquc!" When my eyes had grcwii sufliciently -accustomed to the subdued light of ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 25 May 1876

MISSOURI STATE NEW . Atehlaon Count jr. A coi-thc discovered in the river near Leavenworth (Mo.) on the 18th is supposed to Itc that of William Howard, who disap peared froin his home in Atchison County wme nine ago. me ixmjv was verv timcii j composed, and had evidently becii in the r water some time. Clrroll Cauutjr. A young minister. Uev. A. Kduionds, a few days since, was thrown from a mule, near Colouia, Into a pond of wat-r. No one was near at the time, and the fall having stunnud Mr. Kdmonds lie was drowned. Henry County. On the Kith, Delia, daughter of .S. I.. Iiislier, residing near Windsor, died in friv- ing hirtli to an illegitimate child. The -.'irl . .. . . i was out louruays past ner mm lurtnuay. ' auuauiuw ior in piiiwiiijjs. inev Shu persistently refused to give the name t must, for this purpose, be boiled and her betrayer. mashed, and passed through a coarse j iinward oi.nty. V j cloth or hair sieve strainer. The pulp i In a rencounter at (ila-ow, on the 11th, . is ...

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 May 1876

O. D. IJaikk, J Jut.xa F. Jaxik. 11 Cuht.r SU. ccae- I 'orm-r!r the Klna of TletcSaTtnf Am' a. JaaUACux. HARRIS & JANIS, ffloewMon In) 8TE- GFNEY1KVE SAVINGS ASS'5- STE. GENEVIEVE, MO. Gold, Silver and Government Se curities Bought aud Sold. Drafts; in .sums to suit, on the prin cipal cities in Europe. Collection in Southeast Missouri solicited and promptly attended to, and remitted on Hay of payment. . Will pay taxea Tor non-residents on lands in Southeast Missouri. Deposit received in gold and silver, subject to check at sight. A general banking business con ducted in ail its branches. vS-24 ! The Farra'djlfctminlunity and the Public gencrflrrviH ,car jn m;,1(j that the "COME MILLS" always pay lite lIlOHIJiT Makket Peick fob WHEAT, andjn CASH Oxr.Y. The well-known Choice Brands of Flour. ''CoNE'iaud "Klov," and oth er grades kept constantly on hand for sale, and at the Lowest 'Possible Fig ures. Lots of 100 lbs and upwards Dk i.ivkkw Fkke ok Citasoe. 28y MARTIN MEYER. J. S. Wl...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 June 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. VOL. v. STE. GEXE VIEVE, MO., JUNE 8, 1876. NO.l. y f f if U4 THE FAIR PLAY is: rrm.iin:r 'EVEKY THURSDAY MORNING n v S. HENRY SMITH. TEEMS: SJ.00 a Year iii Advance. Rates of Advertising1. r.'.quan'.i'IiDK(lhitTTr)c.nrinscrtin, S 1.00 Knh iuliiu'nt ivrrtion, - - . - . .VI Mii-iiir. card. 1 inch. turret- - - - 6.00 Unf-iuarter column, opr. "ar, ... 30.00 Onr-half column, one year, ..... 35.00 Ouecdumn, ooejear, - ..... 70. fO Hiiplayrd ariTtTtirinratv rhiTRcd by the inrh. i.All tranrlrot ad.Tti.-mnt. mut be paid f.r in advmrc. T5"Vtvirly adve:liciurats payable quarterly in advance PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. B. ROJJMNS, Attorney at Law, Ste. Genevieve. Mis-ouri. . l'er.uv Johnson, ue-ler. Ills. IIcvuv S. Shaw, ftc. (Jcncricvc, Mo. JOHNSON & SHAW, Attorneys at Law Ste. Genevieve, Missouri. Will iiracJirf in the mart.-' of !taf twinticth Ju dicial circuit, mike cnllccti.mii. pay tnxe f..r min-n!ciiti, ana faithfully ancwl to any aul all nuin cntnwtW to tur rare. FIUMIN A...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 June 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HE5BT SMITH, SdlUr ui Proprirlor. STE. GEKEVIEVE, - MISSOURI CURRENT TOPICS. DiSTKICT-AtTOIINEV DVEK, f St. Louis, telegraphed to the Commission ' 1 - . .. . . . I er of Internal llevenue on the iTJUi, thai , he had obtained judgment upon all the , bonds of all the distillers arraigned for violation of law and forfeiture of prop erty in that district, including that claimed by the banks, which will amount in the aggregate to nearly 61,000,000. The city of Quebec was visited by a disastrous fire on the 30th, by which the larger portion of tlie suburb St. Louis was destroyed. Tlie number of houses burned was about 1,000, and the total loss will-probably exceed $1,00, 000. The burned district was inatnly occupied by the poorer classes, who will be great sufferers by the conflagra tion. The Sultan of Turkey, Abdul Aziz, has been forced to abdicate, and tlie heir presumptive, Mttrad Effendi, pro claimed his successor. The revolution was accomplished on tlie :0th, withou...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 June 1876

v V:. a. I 1 mj-TTi a TT rT A T7 JL XlJli ixiXV LlJ. 1 . s.n02rKairii.u:tora.UTopriM,r. STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI. AX AMERICAN IX CUBA. Political nnd Social PrculUrlllc oft tar Cubnn tnrrr Frcakx of Iowrr oflhr Caplnln-tienrral. ' Corresjiontfcnce of the St. Louis Kenu'iHcan.J Matanzas, Cuba, May 11. In my i I;ist. lpffor I f.Tnlofiv-firffl ffi fiVtirP';? mv " impressions o: the political ana social peculiarities of tin: Cubans. From what I said it may be readily gathered that somewhere in the State arbitrary power is vested, and not in a Legisla ture. That is also true. Spain may have her Cortes, such as it is, and her "constitutional monarchy," such as that also is, and neither of them have any thing to do with the government of her colonies. THE GOVERNMENT OK THE ISLAM) of Cuba is one man ; that' man is the Captain-General. He can dispose of you if he wants to, and in any manner, and, as far as your redress is concern ed, without responsibility to any body. If he wishes he can buy...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 June 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. THUItSDAY, JUNE 8. If 76. Official Paper f Ste. Genevieve Co. OUR TICKET. FCR PRESIDENT, AUGUSTUS C. DODGE, 'Of Iowa. uox. rott STATE AUDITOR, THOMAS IIOLIjADAY. KOIt CONGRKSS, 4th dirtbict, MAUTIX L. CLARDY. ABnouBCcmeHts. We arc authorized to announce MARTIN h. CLARDY, of rarminirton. as a candidate for Representative iu Congress from this District, subject to the decision, of the Uemocratic Convention. National Delegates. At the Democratic Stto Conven tinn which mot in Jefferson city on the 3ist ult., the delegates and alter natCH to the National Convention, which meets in St. Louis on the 27 tb of the present month, woro selected STATE AT LARGE. II J Spunhorst, Stilson Hutcbins, Gov. C H Hardin and x-Gov. Silas Woodson. Alternates Cbas. P Man ser, John L. Thomas, Col. Wm Priest and D II Armstong. DISTRICT DELEGATES. First district John G. Priest, Abraham McHose, delegate?; Given Campbell, T B Holmes, alternates Second district A W Slayback. Ji X Landcaster, delega...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 June 1876

i t??f s i . c r 'I ,1 if v t -'Tltue fo I t THE FAIR PL AY. T THURSDAY. JUXB 8. 1876 1 S. HENRY SMITH, Publisher. LOCAL AND OTHEt ITEMS. UUnk notes of all kinds, iu book form, forlolcat tins office. 500 QMr Posts? for sale at Rozikk & Jokebst's. Sixty-tight children made their first coinmtaiion.it thccatholic church last Suuday. Our "better liair says' she dares any "lairdaiu'ell" to bring usaboquet in her absence. All kinds of Harvest Implimcnts ouegliibitiou at Kozikk & Jokerct's, The Ilellc Memphis lias taken the place of the Eiliot while the latter boat is undergoing repair. Mr. Wchner is erecting a Iarre shed in his lumberyard to keep dress rd lumber under such as llooriu" wcatherboardin, &c. Alt fciiurs of Impairs for Duckcvc Mowers and Kcapcrs at RoZIKU & JoKEKST's. Read the advertismcut of the "Cen tennial Celebration' in another col umn. We will give a more extended programme iu a week or two. Have not the spacefills time. A Fresh Assortment of Fancy Candie...

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

1 A ISliynie or Omr. i:r pcekkuick locki:i:. You tleep uixm your mother' brca.-t , Your race begun , A ne'.come, long a klied-for guest, Whose age is One. A baby-'ioy, yon wonder why You can not run; You :ry to ti!k how hard you try ! You're only One. lire lor.g ycu -.to::': lie such a dunce; You'll eat your bun And fly your kite, like folk, who or.ee Were only One You'll rhyme, and woo, ami fight , and Joke ; a I'erhapg you'll pan ; Sucl! euv arc never done ly folk Jtcfore they're One. Some lzy, too, yon may have your joy. And envy none; Yes, you joureclt may own a boy Who tail One. He'll dance, and lanpli. and crow, he'll do As you have done: (You crown a happy home, though you Arc oaly One.) I.ut when l.tV prowr. frhall you he here To share his fun. And talk of days when he (the dear!) Was hardly One Dear child, 'tisyour poor lot to lc My little bon; I'm glad, though I am old, you see While you arc One. A Country School. l'nttv and pale and tired. She cits in her stiff-hacked cha...

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