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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

"M A Herder's Race fr Lire-Bin Three Comrades Shot Dead. AChevcnne letter. !et:ii1in.r th r.J cent Initian massacres s:ivs - taJaiA.l 1. 1 V IX C.Traev. of OhWnn.. .i uc last 01 uieir hellish acts "known !', ' . . . . . "" of at present" is tlie killine of three r ; 9BWP?M cheese; put men mimed Kolsom. Keller and Peti-r-1 ut n,:lcaron- an,,J cheese, with bits son. These three 'men with F H ' f buHer' cr :,"d !uh' !lnd :! w Cowl. ; .,.in,.W.t". f1! i spoonfuls of milk: let the last fever he out on a regular spring round-up. I Scalloped Veal. Chop cold cook rhey started last Saturday mornin" i 6,1 veal ,ine; l,ut layer in a bakinji from a small settlement called Uiver lisni alternating with a layer of pow siue, on the Soutli Platte lliver, and in ! 'l--l craekera, salt, pepper and butter, the northeastern corner of Colorado, until -nii fill the dish. Ueat up 2 eggs: I-eaving this town about 7 o'clock, they ' a,,,, :l I""1 pour it over the teul started with their herd of cattle and ! a...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

NIGHTFALL. Alone I Etand; On either hand la gathering gloom stretch sea and land; Beneath my feet , With carciera beat. The waters murctar loir and sweet. Slow lall the night; The tender light OI atorB srowB brighter and more Lriplit; The lingering ray Of dying day Sinks deecr down and fades away. Xow fat t, now slow, The south winds Mow, MMl softly hiicr, hrcaUiing low; ith gentle grace They kifs my lace, IT told me in tlicir cool embrace. Where one jeilc star, OVr water far, Wrooos down to tourh the harlior liar, A faint light gleams, A light that heems To grow and grow till nature teems With mellow haze; And to my gaze Comes jiroudly rising, with its rays No longer dim. The moon; its rim la ip'endor gilds the billowy brim. I watch it gain The heavenly iUin ; Behind it trails a starry train. While low and sweet The wavelets lc:il Tfccir murmuring music at my feet. Kair night of June! Von Mlvcr moon Gleams pale ami f till. The tender tunc. Faint-dialing, !avB, In moou-lit layr, A m...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

1 '-t 1 .S3 THE FAIR PLAY. S. HE.TUT saiTIl. Eilitor n! Proprietor. Jersey, John Hopper and Kuiolph Kabe :, n . ii. ickiuun and Georjre w. Davids; New York ortll Carolina. F. K. .-lister and H K T Manning; Ohio, Win. Carter and W. V. Anm- iu""8i wregon, k. K. Thompson anl Jl. Uil frey; rcnnsylvania. K. E. Monarhan anUC. K. STI firvuvm-L' iyie; unoae Island, John B. Pierce ana John l'i-.Ni--VIh K, - MISSOURI. ! Strudley; South Carolina. IS. F. I'errv and J A. lloyt; Tennessee. J. I. Itichardson and M. T. I'olk: Texas. W. . Hennderand II. W. THE ST. LOITIK mvrPVTlAV I.igbtfoot; Vermont. I. S. Itenjamin and U. W. n. .it. 1ASC1 lAMt..TIO.. (hate; Virginia, J. A. Walker and W. A. Mann; West Virginia. Alfred Ueckley and II. C. rrocceilint-a or the Democratic Xatloiual . iums; Wisconsin, Thco. Itcdolph and II. II. Convent lou-The lMatronu, Caudl- . Hayden. dates, etc. ikadin; secretaries of the Convention S. R. Ct . . ' livuavan, T. o. Walker, of lima; N. M. ISell, Tl,o x-: i .7 ,-OL,!V Ju...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

THE FAIR PLAY, 8. HEXBT SMTH. E4IUr ami Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOUIU. CmiiiENT NEWS. COXRESH. 'In the Senate, on the 21st, Mr. Sherman called up the House joint resolution autiiorizinj; the Secretary of the Treasury to issue $1,imi. WO in silver coin in exchange lor legal-tender notes, anil submittal an amendment providing that the trailc dollar fchali not hereafter he legal JJn,Jfr. ami authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to limit coinage thereof to surh amount as he may ilecm sufficient to Mipplvthc export ilemaml for same, Passed. Thu Indian Appropriation hill was then pasted, the clanw providing tor the transfer uf Hie Indian Bureau to the w ar Department having lieen stricken out. f die House f pent nearly tlic entire tension In considering the various items or the Sundrv Civil Appropriation hill. In the Senate, on the 22(1, the Xaval Appropriation hill was completedand paed.... In tlic House, the Si.ndry Civil Appropriation bill was further considered in Commit...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

1- r II. mi 7J - ri.i t,- , , i : j lir A "XT" TljCRSDAY, JUNE 29, l.S7fi. S HENRY SMITH, Publisher. )OAL AND GT1IEK ITEMS. Cuosigh and to spare vain. What wc saw vcstcrrtav .Tunr? i jile delegates question, "can lir early Now York?" -iKosier & Joker? t will clo-c their sttfo on .Inly -1th. This is :m example allldiould follow. i-A shower of fish full at East St. Luis Hi's, on last Smithy evening. "HJr.il next ? "r olil friend cx-sboriir Bob. VJidi-on Haiti Ste. Genevieve a Hying vj.-it last Monday. 1 That which create" a "gentle phyr" ' automatically S. & BJs l'ut ait Fan in this oKicc. We understand the Crystal City pl.is works are to resume operations jgsiin about the 1st of July. L. Y.-.lIe Harold, our Stc. Mary ,!oi-al editor, paid our city a visit and remained r. day or two with us the past week. Our eilieicnt mavor, lion. Chas. V.. Kinder, returned from St. Loui oil Tuesday night, last , having been absent several days. An cxthalige nsks.-'what becomes of all list; ne...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

A Xew Yankee Doodle. Front the Itofton rilot.J The fol!o:vi j;ioeni, which is filled wiih thril ling historc associations, is by a well-known author. vr.-! Yankee iocm is not injured by the fact th-'. t le writer is a naturalized citizen : One il.-.y of davs in Iioeton tonm ltonn our nation's Etory, ".Vlien fir-t our :ar:yrs ldood flowed down Ami dyed the ttrr!s with alory ; We marked it with no vain regrets Itut wroiiElit fyr ftvedmn taster, Till Cajre font out his bayonets To work us more disaster; Ami as they Man-bed to Lexington Their tune was "Drops oritran.ly," l:st the .!r.v.:c-n:cn soon ir.a.'.e thcin run To Yankee Dooule Dandy! From licisht anil hcilse witli light good-will Our Yankee halls 1M ;rrect them ; Anil whea iliey came to Hunker Hill Oh! we were there to nie.-t them. We kisfed tlie ground where Warren licl. Yet wept not to behoM him, ISut twore to sec in freedom's prids A freeman's earth enfold him ! In Boston town with warlike din Tlicy feareil our blows to bandy ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

Jlr. Stephens's Eccentric Chi rograpliy. The Angnsta (Ga.) Chronicle in dulges in the following bit of facetious ness: The Darien Timber Gazette says: " Mr. Stephens is daily imnrovin" in health. He is now able to write." This : is not true. If we did not know the ed- j itor of the Darien Timber Gazette to be a conscientious and hard-working jour- i D03IESTIC ECOX03IV. habit rritED at noMR. No publicity. Time .ti-irt. Trir rai-lerate. I.'tptnttmo Dr. r. E. Maraa. Siuiicy. ILlcS. OPIUM nlala. Deacrtbe cut all night in warm water, settingthe pan "r Momach, paiii- in Lack ai;.l M. ' $J. LOUIS MIDLAND FARMER FREE on the back of the stm-n In tho n.nrn with Bt high colorc.l urjni-. a faint, . I-- n.,.!.T.JjC.Mil.L.M.rAr.VKitniIllvutiLrr, UH, OCh. 01 Uie S10V.C. lit the mom- trt...,.,l j,., .ltl-. at the llt oft lie j-tiHiiacti that , ,I,n:!ifrvft..thwl1..wilI-n.iatlir.T-ntiUiu I WIIVDO I'llYMCIASS MUlIli? j When a k-t-oii lix-a dull imIii ami tUzzU y, . . . net-tin the lieatl. a hail ta-t...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 29 June 1876

i ,0uT':,nM"-1'- ! Jnra F. Jan-is, vieieivHrys AiVn. Jiiii.Cox. HARMS & .TAXIS, SIE. CFSEVIEVE SAVIXCS ASS'X- r-TE. GENEVIEVE. MO. Gul l. Silver and Government Se c itk : II.)ULt and Sold. I vans.: hi ums to suit, on the prin l1:i:1 -itie in Europe. V.'.ection1 in Southeast Missouri .A-: i .-l ami promptly attended to, irei..rted on day of payment. ;.iiy taxes fur noit-ic-ideuts on i v .11 Southeast Iis-ouri. : :,o-it5 received in 'oIu ami .silver, ' : : cheek at sdi-li:. .V general banking business ron .. cu i:: its branches. Son Mills ! r;"1.5 Farj.iinsr Community anil the ' vie. iiTalllv vrill bear in niiml . "CONE'MIM.s" always nay -..i Umiiis? Makkkt Vhkk ion '.T.iHAT. :i:n' in CASH Only. 'i nc- ;v-;;-knov.-n Choice Hrands of " "i om;" and Ei.oy."' ami otk-.i.-jdeVkcnr coiistantlvou hand for .. .... and at the Lowest Possible r ig- L -. of ICO lbs ami upwards De- :.iv:-.!!.-;i r kei: ok L u.Miio:. s.- .maktin meyer. J. AYHITLOCK, Jsirpeutcr, Builder -VXD ATlCniTKCT, SI.c- 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. — 20 July 1876

THE PAIR PLAY. VOL. Y STE. GEXEYIEYE,MO., JULY 20, 187(i. XO. THE FAIEPLAY IS I-UKUSD KV i S. HENBY tITH. TEKMS:-$2.6 a Year in Advavc. Rates of Adxltisin?. ''-riiTi-,rI:ucj(tliitn)f in-rr:i.,ii, S l.fm ttii-inr cuil-. I iih-h, ( !- 11; irTer rf.limiii .tM.TVii . . ... . -"-1 ' '''-nalf column, w vear, ' ..v rttlunui, . J'car," !Tv"A!l tran-irnt a f ' ia a trance. 7-Yearly cilvcrti-t-meaU - - fi.in - - - - .V.. Hi - - - - Tii.im ,o-tl.rti;iiicii. lrcnbrtnt mu-t lie lciiil PROEESSIOXA alilc quarterly in CARDS. Just One. (I'nrTte Fair Play. IIT "I.IHI KAY. A(-1 trs ranililini: n:t nr.etlar, li In tl.a jni n Iriun.iilf" i-tray, A a gentle brwze i-a.-i-ul ly in a walk. Ami rnale t: floucrs ami Ivan t talk ; imi I imaximM, oier tin- way, '.Jjake off your rautriiillars," one iliil ny. 'W'liy ?" a intfk nwiiiiirklvhaM, As rhc rai?dl l.t r i,mM ii..-, U.l.Mn lieal ; 'ir you liin'tHicy'IIcat ynu up. Ami the xhaiio of j our ilcw-tlrop cup. " , , 1 '1! !iaku Iliiiu all ii( l.ut niic, ' ' raid ...

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 July 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. K. HEHBT KUTH, Editor aad Proprietor STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOUKL CURRENT TOPICS. Aoiascv Indians along the Upper Missouri, who have received an account of Custer's fight through some hostile Indians who took part in it, say Custer shot three Indians with his pistol, aad killed three others with his saber, whu lie fell, shot through the head by Kain-in-the-Face a chief whom Custer had forcibly arrested sonic time ago for murder. The Indians lost 70 killed, among them many noted chiefs. The light was hand to hand. The Indians say they did not fear the pistols as much as the sabers. They arc nearly out of ammunition, and will not fight again until they get :i supply from the Agencies. The bodies of the slain were treated in the most barbarous manner. Kain-in-thc-Kacc cut the heart from Custer's dead body, put it on a pole, and a grand war dance was held around it. It was reported at Fort Lincoln, on the 14th, according to a Chicago Tribune dispatch, that Sitting-Hull was ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 20 July 1876

THE BIR PLAY. mad Proprietor. MISSOURI. STE. OEXEVjE, MAXGRAJjHE MAX-IEVIL. . i The .Story off Xrw Itlrhinoml (.) Horror -Mosiparallrlril Atrocity A Hanging l'.utupoeil of thc Ilrt Citizen. I ILorresiiomieiJiiicinnati Commercial. of considerable strength, and fought him desperately, a bruises ami -cratches on his n-t:k ami fa-c afterw-tn! showed. Finally he got upon her hrvt-t with his knees, and pre-sed upnii Lit with all t immeu-e weight and -linki-d her at tin- -.mm: time, and then she could resit no longer, and became in sensible. When at length he left her lie . undoubtedly supposed she was dead. He tore oil her breastuin, ear-rings and hat, and tool: them. musician, very graceful and lady-like in manners, and unusually iutel- this stout limb the rope wore the bark oil' a it was drawn across. I saw it. too, yesterday. tactual, though not rducated. She had A ditch between the pike and the written for publication .-onic littl.s hill-idc. .Jit- beside this ditch they -ketches, whi...

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 July 1876

f THE FAIR PLAY. TIIDIBDAY, JOLY -U lsTti. Official Paper of Stc. Genevieve Co. jj Democratic IRefbrm TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS OF INDIANA. FOR COXCJi:Ki5, 4tU DISTRICT, MARTIN L. CLAKDY. AiiiMmiicemtMitH. Wc arc authorized to announce MARTIN L. CLAlSDY, of Farmington, as a candidate for Representative in Congress from this District, subject to the decision of the .Democratic Convention. "Did Mary got dot medicine vat I brescribed?" Yah, I dink so; I eaw some crapes on der door bell yoost DOW." By a sad mistako in its niako-np ono of the Eastern papers headed Gover nor Hayes letter of acceptance, "Symptoms of Catarrh." Times. Score one more lor Tildeu. A wri ter to the New York Sim, who admits Himself to have been a Republican ever since the parly was organized, says lie is going to vole lor Uncle Sammy "because when he (Sammy) was ahoy he was known to slide down a cellar door twenty-seven times with out getting n s...

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 July 1876

t THE FAIR PLAY. TIICKSUAY. .IULY20. 167C. S. HENRY SMITH, Publisher. LOCAL AM) OTHER ITEHS. , U. tlKEIi-- .17 Lo':'l Editor. Muic iu the air. Iu order Thresing. Weather not freezing. Help yourself to your neighbors flowers. The coming man Martin L. Clar.iy. The drainage on Main street in front of this office has been improved. Cbittch bugs arc reported to have made their appearance in Perry co. Last Sunday na an extremely warm day. Intact it war, hot, hotter, hottest: Two collides married iu town ll last week! ''Who will care for moth er now ?" Our genial editor left for St. Louis on the Str. Klliott, last Tttes iay evening. The wise parent plantcth a lamp post near by the front gate, and keep cth the lamp well trimmed. 100 pairs mens all wool pants selling at cot by l!o.n:i: & .Tokkkst. Dry goods &c, have been greatly reduced iu prices atllozier&.lokerat. ''(L'a'd and -ee for yourselves. Fly Traps imhj at Wondcrly's. ' i'ueminjtii Titties. How would this read: Fly Trap...

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 July 1876

A Death. Sonnet for Custer. CV WALT. WHITMAN. I. Kar from llontana'acanvorn. Landsol tlicw.M ravine, Uic dusky Sioux, the luiivwrne hircicn, me silence, a&l'ly, to-!ay, a mournful wail-haply a trum Kt-uote for heroes. II. Ttiel.aUc-iiallin, Tl:e Indian arahuscadc the slaughter and envi ronnient. The cavalry comjumea limiting to the last in fcicrne, coolest heroism, The Tall of Custer, and all his offixrs and men. in. Continues yet tlic old , old legend of our race. The loftiest of life upheld by death 1 The ancient banner perfectly maintained f (O lesson opportune O how I welcome thee!) As, sitting in dark days, tone, sulky, through the time's thick murk look ing in vain for light, for hope, From unsuspected parts, a fierce and momen tan proof, (The sun tlierc at the center, though concealed. Electric life forever at the center,) Breaks forth, a lightning flash. IV. Tbou of the sunny, flowing hair, in battle, I ere while saw, with erect bead, pressing ever in front, bearing a br...

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 July 1876

r Uapjil Development of the Dead wood Country. The Jilauk Hills Pioneer of Jane 2" says: "We do not believe this or any other country affords such another ex- synplc of rapid derelopinent as what is tiow known as the " Deadwood Coiin tff." Three montlis ago it was occu pied by only a few hardy miners- scarce Ukin number who had placed ineir iivct hi puni, doui irom Indians ami starvation, living on "meat straight," without even salt, for months and undergoing nearly every privation known to man in search of the preeiuu metal. Xow Deadwood, Whitewood, and their tribtitaries, are peopled by more than 7,000 of as hardy, energetic and intelligent men. as there arc in 'the country; men who liave left home, wife and children, and endured hardships and incurred dangers that those in the States little dream of, in search of a better country more money. They have found it, and to-day, go where you will, the sound of the pick, shovel, rocker and sledge greets yours ear?, and sluice-boxes, dit...

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 July 1876

Take The Port. NEW FIRM. JOHN r SCIIUCHEUT, D.ea'er :u STAPLE FAXCY 1 1876 Spring and Summer 1876 A THE HEW "DOMESTIC" At the Stc. Genevieve ONK PRICK Double Thread Lock-Stitch Machine. Clothing V Now th .xcurry y-vt the siail Waving in tbe eky V:-;.jry n nigh. calottes. Tii? the furt, Sh-?y vt cjmi;, Tu'.tico .h:;U War.! the inircr 5v:"i Til-loa la 4jod t:n,i v.r vf. SiuliiMH every day 2ri -ixr,:;, 51 Jncy alnsit goae - o?!:?gliriiiii luni.ir -xxvicg. IvMr '!n Irorli? li! -r ; 1 3-r W-Wa nn:i wc.II trumps, Ov.t every fw. lsryAiiere toe !:. rjifti. Bat eue.u t near : OcviarJ comes ourc'i ler. Cuer. reform TJ, cSier TTtmcn. Tilaen and Hendricks TuQ candidate1 and platform of tho 3:. Lo'n Convention appear to staike :.-.e key-note of popalar enthusiasm Jirctighoct the whole longht and ore it': of th country. From every .-3c::.vs a shout of joy arise, as it a.vsaly tbo almost hopi.oo tdiaJow j:' c'ooni had i oiled away and per-tv.'.ttis-i inspection of prosperity be yoriii. Tl;o v.-ot"...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 August 1876

HE FAIR PLAY. V VOL. V. STE. G EXE VIE YE, MO., AUGUST 8,187(5. XO. 9. F. s THE FA IK PLAY is rr::i.!.Hi:i i:vi-;::y THri:i.Y MoKN'ING T S. HENRY SMITH. I TERMS:- SJ.00 n. Yvtir 7.11. '1 fir, 1 1 hit. ! i I Rats of Advertising. Mill Hip It? illMTfiofl, ----- ."(! '..I l ! ulf .tt.um. -no you, -----i.lniii i. .i.'Tnr.' - ----- irH ..t!ir:i.-r.:i..t.- pa'aliN' ju.invrly in PROFESSION Ah CARDS.; J. IJ. ItOIiMXS. j 1 Atioriiev at Lsiv,! ! Stf. Gi-n-vieve. MN-ouri. r ri:i:lvis.i. it,-. S:o. iJereiiew. M. .JOHNSON & SHAW, Attorneys at Law,; Stc Genevieve. Mi-.niri. j Will vnir'irc in the i-mirt.- f ihe tui-itielli jn- j r:.-iil rin-iiil, niik- - ilii-.-!inii.. pi l:i" n.. i.n-.i.i'i.:.-,:!ti.l r:iiI":1Iy ittoii-1 !'. .my nr'l j ;.Il Ini-ine- i-iitr-KC'l ti lii.Mlv. FIRM IX A. ROKIKR, Attorney at Lav,j I'nlwlii Hani liulMlny.l Sfe. Genevieve. Mo. KfksSUTlI W. A. WERKR, Atgytl Counsellor at Law, KAKMIXIITOX, MISXIL'KI. Can-flil anil nn mjit attention phm to alljii-nu-ii eiitniMt to liim...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 August 1876

CI' s THE FAIR PLAY. S. DEMIT SMITH, Editor and I'roprlrlor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOUKL CURllENT TOPICS. An official dispatch from (icn Crook to Gen. Sheridan gives an ac- I count of a reconnolssancc ly Frank Gruard, Crook's scout, escorted by a small detachment of the Second Caval ry. The party came on the 7th to a point near where the Little liig Horn debouches from the mountains, where ' they encountered the Sioux in strong force, and saw enough to con vince them that the main village of the hostilcs is not far from this point. They succeeded in making their escape only after abandoning their animals and marching across the rugged foot-hills of the Big Horn Mountains. Thu men were nearly exhausted when they reach ed the camp. Lieut. Sibley and Frank Gruard are especially complimented for the coolness and judgment displayed by them on the occasion. The Belgrade correspondent of the London Daily Times telegraphed on the iinlh that the Servians had abandoned all aggressive movements...

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

'HE FAIR PLAY, ; S. HIM: V SMITH, Editor and I'rnprlrtor. STK. cknevievk, - missouiu """"""""S""" MISSOURI STATE NEWS, Urnrrul Notes. State Autiitur HolIadayV semi-annual re port.t'i the Governor say that the balance it :lriou- funds on liaml January 1, !", and Irhich constituted the ireneral balance in theTrea-ury n Hie 2.1th of December, lt7."i. amounted to;72:;.'.iH.7:. The follow ing tabular statement cxj.lains itself so far ilS Sll'llllll UIUUlUIl- ('illl! IIIIO 11112 .TUH; Treasury to the credit of the various fundi ' from the 1st day of January to thc.'JOthday ' a !iou'!ii'- amounts Paid into the Mate of June, 1STU. lir-tand last days inclusive: wut.Hiniirt..f.in.1 i C-l I. It S"4,'i3 Sll.'i 'J &' Uitc silntol i'utnj Mate M-n:iii:ry Penitentiary int-1 l. Kicciitorh;tn'I :iilmiiii?tr:ittr'ltitt ' Insurant: tlcjktrtuiciit fiitnl .wamp laml i:iUMunity Xuii'l ST.-ilf -rii?.i ;iiui,4v ntjrv-,t ftir.il 21. ir o l.UI. .. 7.5.W l'4 Sl.lal 'II , . , , : ,1 -l 11 State wminary icoi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 August 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. THURSDAY, . A IH JUST o, l7t. Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. Doinocratic l'eibrm TJCICKT. VOll I'HESinEXT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, OF NEW YOKMv. riiu i HyL l l, I fHfik M ! THOMAS A. OK INDIANA. STATi : I'lCICliX. For Governor, .ioikv s. riiEi.rs, d (I recti county. For l.ieuteiiatit-fiovcrnor, JiKXKY C. llitOCKMEYEi:. of St. Louis county. For Secretary f State. MICHAEL K.".McGRATII, d"St. Louis county. For State Auditor, THOMAS HOLLADAY, of Madison county. For State Treasurer, E L 1 .1 A JI (5 A T K S, vi Uiiuliauau county. For Kegifter ot Lands, .IA.MMS K. MclIKXUY, of Juckon county. For Attorney General, JACKSON L. rjMlTII, ot Cole county. For Judge of the Supreme Court, J O fi X W. II E N i: Y , c: Muron county. Itdlroad Commissioner-. JOHN S. MAUMAIiUKE. oi St. Louis. jamks iai:dlg, of Cole County. JOHN tt'ALKKIf, cf Howard county. Llectors At Large. T. T. CKiTTEXDE.V, KIV.'A!:i) IcfJAIJE. FOK CONRIS, ITII IHSI'ItltT, MAiSTIN L. ( 'LARDY. Vni Com!::kss. We are ar...

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