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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 August 1876

r 1 rnrni t a . I 111 XL, r AiK I .LAY. Tiiri;.-!AV, Alj;CST:v. lWt. S. HENRY SMITH, Publisher. I.OCAI, AMI UTHHii ITEMS. a. ue i:,':-. oct.i ..J7i - Cool Chough tin; -,v -..tiler. Watei-ii.cliins in tin: maikrt. Oji the incrc.i-e b.i.-.: ball fever. "(-'-Mtiilii!ir"--aeijura;:v conceded a laihiri!. .i:i.-vv nc ta l him anv one to I.!.. ... ... I .....-r n ,. . . Hie moonlight excur. on who -! . .... .... !i:k'd it throii"h?" p 'I -The Fair I'lay telegraph line is the latent scii.-atiou. Mr. tikewes Hosier, of St. Louis, va in the city visiting his relatives thin week. Mi Ji;t.siK Manning has returned Jroui Faruiiiitoii, where she has been vi-itiu:; her relatives. The explanation in the We J'resiC hist w-ek, is entirely "too thin,.' It -won't warh." The pot-M are being set around the public school lot ai.d we i-hall toon have a uire fence around it. They didn't moonlight "ecur?c" worth a ceut last Sunday feuinjr. The "tow-line was too weak. Only :our caM'sof married coup'.o parting ...

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

f Flowers. BT JULIA CODDAMl. Tkcrc is ao season in the year That lifta man's heart to Heaven so near As gammer; When flowers about our pathway grow. And roses on the hedgerows blow; Sweet summer! And as its perfumed breath doth rise. In silent homage to the skies Up-stealing, A thousand memories forth start, tang-hidden pictures in the heart Revealing; Where lilac-chains with scented links. Or treasured tuft ot redclovc pinks. Or heather 'Hongst which we played, fond stories tell Of parted ones, who once did dwell Together. Again, the feathery seeds away Are puffed to tell the time of day; Whilst goldcn- Ilued cowslips into balls wc twine. Or part the horns in columbine Enfolden. Whilst through the woods the whole clay Ion; The cuckoo sings an idle song. Awaking Toe echo of a dulcet peal. That rang'ere hearts began to feci Uemrt-breaking; And so it comes to pass that we With halt a sigh the flowers sec. Half gladness; And round our hearts they twine and twine, Until their beauty mak...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 3 August 1876

i COMIXfi Kr.ECTIOXS. The Ktalr ami rnncrreaaloaiil Election to he Held TltU Tear. From the New Yort Times. Below vrc present a list of the dates of the elections next to be held in the several States. Various incorrect state ments respecting them have been print ed in some of the papers, and none of the political almanacs that we have seen gives a correct list. Especial ef- 1 - - iorx. nas neen made to secure accuracy ! ' a thick batter, set it to cool, ami in the following. Most uncertainty pre- whtm quite cold freeze it. It is de vails respecting the election of the mem- Hcious with iniits for tea. bers of the next Congress. By the :i.r I'lj-.h-Plmuno Glack. Make a cus Apportionment bill it was provided thai tent :h for vanilla or lemon ice-cream Representatives should hereafter be I and free.u it. Then take . pound each chosen on the same day throughout the of raKiii., currants, and citron, mince Union.thatday being the Tuesday next the citron anil raisins, add .pound of after 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. — 3 August 1876

I Military Strength of Russia. The Pall Jatf Gazette, in review ing an article in the Magdeburg Q-i-zeitc on the Kalian army, says that the introduction of univcra! liability 10 military eervica in Ilwsia has proved leas cfT-clive for the purpovj of increasing the forces of tbo empire than was expected. Instead, he says, of the army of 2.500.GOO w.en which it was thought would uitirnatoiy be produced by tbo new scbeme, it ht now become evident that theiargest force Kussia can dispose of on a peace footing is 30,000 cilicer ar.i 73().OTOj men, ami on a war tooting 40000! dScore and 1,200,000 'lien. Accord ing to the oflicial roporl, the r.ursbnr ot men in European lias. a who were V.ablo to military set v:o ic. the yosr 1S74 was 707,000. Of thoae 150.000 were to form the contingent tor IS75 the number actually raised, however, was 145,000. Only three and a half per oont. of the tola! tiaral-ar of thofe l;uble did not prosctit themselves be Lire tho authorities: hut it has beau i.tndb...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 September 1876

J PLAY. VO L. V. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., SEPTEMBER 7,1870. NO. 14. FAIR JL I I 1 J i 7 1, i I ' i r F ! !. E t b K FAT11 PLAY; is rr::MMiKi r.vi -;v Tnr;:-j.Y :.!0!-::c:::g ' i:v , P.. UZ:?.Y SMITH. ; 77:. rS:S.fiO a, Year in .-Id V 'i.i ice. V '--"i of Adverfc:sinr. .r. i .- I".... ( . h t x ,) .i.i' in-'-rti. t . (! .. !"-v: i:' !t -l-i-ji ti, - - - - -lit-' -. -.1-. ! in-h. !- ".r, - - - l, .. :--.v.- ir, - - - V f . - .i:m.!i. i-.mt-, -" - --..,. II I "HI , ' .V. - - - - ' PliOFESSlOX Air CAh'DS. J. 15. KOIililNS. Attorncv at Law, Ife. fii'!l V!""0. M' !ll"l. J I'i-h, ;i.'i--i.v, !!kKV -:n-v. .. cr, lit-. ;T.rvi-. . JOHNSON & SHAAV. Attorneys at Law v.- "A i r !?rs T. ti.. ;i I 111.- Can. ' HUM IN A. UO.IEU Ai tonic v at L a w orfii-'iii i:.mk llutMinjr.) S;c." Genevieve, Mo, KOSSUTH V. A. WE1JEK, Att'y 1 Counsellor at Law, WKMIMITOX', MlssOl'KI. "a' --raid iir.n:y: allentiMi jrireii Mall lut-i-! ci.na-lol ! l.im. CI1A.S.TT TfOZlER, Attorney at Law, Real Estate At?onr, Cnnveyan...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 September 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HEXBT STU, Editor and Proprietor. STE. GEXEVIEVeT" - MISSOURI. CURKENT TOPICS. A shout time sinco there was exten sively published a statement respecting certain anonymous letters sent to the wives of members of the Cabinet, and intimating that the authorship had been traced to Mrs. Williams, wife of the Attorney-General, resulting in Mr. Williams's expulsion from the Cabinet. According to a correspondent of the New York Herald, President Grant now pronounces the latter statement untrue. I le says that no per son beside Bluford Wilson ever suspect ed Mrs. Williams as being the author of the calumnious letters, and that the retirement of Mr. Williams was not in the slightest manner connected with this matter. He further intimated that the real author of the letters is known, and will soon be indicted, when the whole matter will be divulged. The Secretary of the Treasury has decided that the new 4i per cent, bon may be deposited as a security for cir culating notes o...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 September 1876

it T1 HE FAIR PLAY. . a the His Rend, Ju-t below the f-r5. about ' MUlcmCKOUS FANATICS. somewhat, and apparently begin to re- deceased hail registered at the Conti alie their situation. They decline to nental Hotel, Newark, on Aug. -I, as . ... .1, l ;n . ,,,1. 1..... i . .? ir . , t JL two miles from Kirkwood. AtSt. Luuio.cn tlieSMh. Ail. luti r.rN.i'el. ih.Hy I'i.Iiik- f the Srrt liiimin a S.UBTsairil,tdItorsiidPrapritto' - ! !tnnan. committed Mii i.i- at in- iK.m. I . " Xo. -i)' Xorth Kourli cnth Mreet. by -hoot- ! STE. (JIINKVIEVC. - MlS.SOl.'Iil. ' iL'- "ln-clf thrum-h the h-:irt with a re-, lolver. ami John I'lricb. an in-auc man. Anccnrni Ji 4 nm ,7 ' nmittd -iii.-iu.- at hi- hum.-. Xo. wn ' ..-..i.i.iir,--Thrv Kill n. Man. i.oiir," :if '""--- ..anuci .iions.inc, u. s. . A Ui-iim.i una lmiiir it ii n I'lrkri sider. This extraordinary affair has handkerchief was found in the pocket To ..r ihri.iiii. si,ii., u.e mi. t.rL..ttv)l unprvvdented excitement in of the suicide, bearing...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 September 1876

ir- i p. - .. . fir. ; i ,. iiifksday, - ski'T. 7" l.-sio. D f c, " . - Official Paper of Sle. Genev.eve Co. X)ciaocr;ilic J It 'form Ticrai'r. FOK ri:iv?lliKNT, SAMUEL J. TUBER, Or XKW YOKK. l'OU VK.'K riJKSlDKXT, THOMAS A. HENDFJGBB Ob' IXP1AXA. STATU TIOICIST. For (Invcriiiir. .IOHX i?. FHKU'.S l (Ireeii cminty. For I.ioiiti'iiaiit-fioivriior. hi;xi;y c. f.kock.mkyku. if St. l.oitis rotllity. For .Sei'rciary of State. MlGHAF.Ii K.'.MiCKATII, f St. l-oui- county. For State Auilitor. THOMAS. HOM.APAY, of 3r:i'li'iii county. I'or State Treasurer. K L 1.1 A II (i A T KS, ol IWiciianai: ceiintj . For Kegi-ler ot l.ainl-, .1 AMKS i:. Mi-iiKMJY, of Jack-on county. I'or Attorney (General. .IA0K5OX L s.MFL'11, ot Cole county. For .Tmltrc ofthe supreine Conrl. JOIIX W. HEXIIY. of Macon comity. Wailroail Coiumi?ioiier-. .10I1X S. .MAUMADL'KE. of St. Loni-. JAMIvi HAIIDlXG, of (.'ole. County. 10I1X WALKKII, of Howard county. Elector At Larjre. t. t. t;i:iTTEM)i:x, EI) W AKI) McCAliE. I-oi: C...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 September 1876

i: u Til K TATI1 PLAY.! - SKI'T. 7. Wit. " " - S. HEJiRY SMITH, Publisher. jii , T -5rillC XiOCal LiHtlliv IT - - .j.....ii.rifc.io -i .jivt. .t i.iioirii. ji. II. lErlU- A.r't L.. il ;'..';,.; man ? -All 1 the Fair. (.'amliilate- an- n;ii:icro.is. Fa-! Imr-i-ari" all the rap:. Craml bail at Union Hall tn-nijrht. !.!"- 1m; i'.tii!iii.ili!i" -..! t.-.i-.. .. ,riv,.. ' Fair (iroimd the ..... (annulate 'tiei.I. Hot"! keener- are rcaiiin" :i "nld- ... ' !! i!:ir'-i. i Thi" ji. ire do wn. ilnwii ! of -oal i-.-omiii down. Mr F ra-ik .Teituiiigs hi iiiuriii.!. illed mi us v.n"c toyonrtraileoryoiirprolit.- v:l! tade. (io. "tad lie; Fanehoii.-'atUnioiileveniii-. He will he ab-ent but Jlal! so-idal.t. The Ohio .State Fair opened on Use -it li in-;. Mr. Willie Ho.Fman. of Ste. !ary . is in town. Uai-ir.".' Hi - wind -iiierea-ing tlte jinre ol a ...; paper. IJain mi Wednesday limrniiijr, it-ar in lie. veiiiier. Ttirxvy :ia- a new Sultan, his iif.ine i- Atii.'nl i..m:d. -Iti'iiic:-!1.' l!ie iie-...

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

1 r On the Threshold. . , &t La miu'i!51'01'1' WiU' 1,Cr watcn!ns SUnains on the Uirc'shoM wirii i.pr .iiii.!i,nr-i lcitbchii.il; ZZTJ" '!tll,1'cf-'""i' the look of For life ami all iia marvclf , tint lights the clear blue eyes. Stan.licr on .i. ..,,,, . fearless han.I, As ttie yimns knight !y In; ancor in a minster ' Lavcmislit fctaa'l; The frc-li rcil liji jn5t tocchio? youth's rii'lly rajiturous vruic. Thccajcr heart all brave, pure hoi, o happy C..1..I r.i uime. 1 couM (,'oarl the lielp!e;s infant that r.c-t!cl la ray anne, I eouH save the prattler's goMca head from jic.ly hahy lianas ; 1 couM brighten chiMhooil'a gladness, an-1 com fort chiMhooil's tears. But I can not cross the UireshoM with the etcji of riierycars.l For hoics, ami Joys, ami mai.lcn ilrrams arc '.railing for her there. Where lirlliooi's lancies liu-l ami bloom in A prii'o BoHenair; Ami passionate love ami passionate priefs, ami passionate gladness lie Anions the crimson ilmvcr.s that .i-in; as youth goto f...

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

of a Pre-IIistoric Age in South America. Several months ago, while making excavations for a new railroad running out of Lima, Peru, the workmen un earthed near Aneona interesting relics whieli are on exhibition in Clinton Hall. The comprise mummies, both of men and brutes, together with -tottery, cloth, netting, needlework, and various other things buried in the Peruvian tombs perhaps :,J00 years ago. )n one table is a collection of more than 50 heads all well preserved. Some are bare 1' skulls bleached to snowy whiteness; but by far the greater number are ad mirably preserved, with hair perfect, and teeth generally in good condition. Among the mummies is that of a full grown man covered with bandages over which is lied a netting. Another is en closed in a sack fastened with twine tied in just such bow-knots as our belles use in confining their necks with ribbon. There are .several babies, too. One wears a necklace, and another holds rude toys in its hands. Wool is shown, sueli as w...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 September 1876

'J876-SprIngandSumrner-l876.i T T (TROSSOX & CO. NEW 1T11M. TieTrSninj Au'n. JarJ.iCua. oiix r stTirciiEitT, ' At the Ste. Genevieve , HARRIS & J AXIS ONE .muck . w -w-r ? t Clothing Mil Stors: w Lxooasa 8TE.6FSEVIEVE SAVINGS ASS-.V-! STAPLE it FAXCY STE. OENEVIEYE. .MO. ! I Gold, SHvj" nal tlovernment Se-i " : 9 JL Utlli ! K r..k. h t, ai.....:i-!t to th- eitt r- ie V.1 ',y' t nil:.- i-OW. j 1 r i Will nav taxc for xion-niikt on Imulsin Southeast M..mmu:. 1)Mfwuitc ii..i:i-..l . ...I.T .ill lfti ru!.jji:t to chuck :it ..ilit. s Mi-natd"- I!itiM:ns ' A full Wiie of A jrem-rai liankin l-M.-h:.-- eon-' . WllltP SlllrtS. dneted iu.sil it-liram-lu--. v8--j; Corner Main ami Mkiuhant s;. .- OUThirlS. HE 1 STE.CEXEVIKVE.3I0. , I'udrrblrts. ... . lirawers. Collars. NEW YORK STORE !ivi,e, :,,,h,L,,,oi;..l,l. , Cllt. lf.s:S8. j.iim ii uiiu mm iiiiimii I Ulrica Trunks, tnllm. 'uiiuiicu ami promptly attemtea to, viiv riTT!-M-i W IVi .i-.' I mi: . -a!--. ai.f Iter ndrt.mitl.!oiMluyf,ayii...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 September 1876

( I I FAIR PLAY t f vol. r. STE.GEXEVIEVE, MO., SEPTEMBER 14,1876. XO.15. i:-it;i:.i.--:h:i L Ki?V TjUB-DAY MOHN'UCg -A- S. HENRY ST.IITn. ''.2.00 a 3'fYt' A'Jvit.uri'. Hat-3 of Adv2rt:sir.T. ' '! hiii.i. flii-t.' o.-.ein.-'-!-ii".i. . I.iO -.t.-,-jLe.ii i.i-er:I.i;'. - - - - I -.. . i i-.-h. jir, - - - .... ,"--, "I:t lumil, nV yr tr, - - - V-.".! t- i!n i. ..ik-mmY. ----- T'tJ '. "U:n i, ; jftr. - ----- I n: ',l,rriM'M.eie. .smri:,,'l !' l!ie iVh. ; .0 lri:-iil ailx.Tti-eineii'- i.ui-t 1-e 'isM ', rlj ai!rr;i-'ii,iiit-.. mMc quarterly In .-1 i- ivwrr IMIOFi'SSlON'AL CARDS.. J. P. UOIJHINS. A t tonic y at Law, Sli-. ;f)"V:i". :- I . f;- .v. Mi--o!i:-i. :n-. sm i ;' Imi Mil .vltorneys at Law, Sir ( jAiievii'vo. .i;iiiri. ' II ir'ri.-r Vlli" nr: "I" llio In'i:c:!i i'l- n-i-l -ini::f. lu V' !l(cti'tM , i -ij tje- :'r l .'li-ir-fii'!,;.-. i,l i'i;;httiil aitrii'l any aii'l : I Wu-tm--t nlniili'il ii. 1 1 - r:ire. . x J T i -lUOl lUM a l 1j a W .! (o.l'-.-hi Itnil, CulMliir.l Ste. (jeno...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 September 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. K. BK5UT SMITH. Editor and J'ropriel.ir. STE. GEXKVIEVE, MISSOURI. CKIiittENT TOPICS. The Chicago Tribune'1 special cor respondent left Terry's command, near the junction of Clendive Creek with the I Yellowstone, on the last day of August, and after a hazardous run of .WO miles J in a yawl-boat down the Yellowstone and Missouri Kivers, arrived at llis marck on the 4th. He expresses his belief that the campaign is virtually over for this season, and says further, that it has been an unmitigated failure in every respect. Information has been received of the capture of a large band of horse-thieves on the line of the Kansas Pacific Kail road, near Buffalo Station, on the 1st. This gang was led by some of the most desperate men on the frontier, among whom were " Slippery Jack," "Chum my Jones" and " Dutch Henry," who have made their headquarters at Podge City for some time. They had in their possession over one hundred head of horses and mules, which hail been stolen 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. — 14 September 1876

i I (V :j- 5JINUY sMITII. Editor and Proprietor. STE GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. 1UKKISII IIAKBAKITIES. Tie KUuchter of the innoecnta-Thou. nii or Propir Brutally .HaaMcral - -TOe Moo cum uniury. The London At km of August22 prints t lon letter from its "special cor- respondent in the East, Mr. Macfiahan, -who. nfmimviniuii ww- tc..i...,-i.- i. . United States Minister to Constantino - pie, was some time engaged in investi gating the Turkish atrocities in Bulga ria. Mr. Macfiahan writes from Tatar Bazardjik, August 2, as follow. : Since my letter of yesterday I have supped full of horrors. Nothing has yet been said of the Turks that I do not now believe ; nothing could be said of them that I should not think probable and likely. There is, it would seem, a point in atrocity beyond which discrim ination is impossible, when mere com parison, calculation, measurement, are out of the question, and this point the Turks have already passed. You can follow them no further. The way is blocked up ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 September 1876

V i.it l. a k. x X j. L ...... .- - - i in r.'i Las inke:i '.he ! ' Tl I J" ir ;. 1". I. .;v;li:,arU,!;s,,i SDU'ni . i- a iuo extent, and supplied re y )!' ilofi-f- cour.'ry fur lo:..- di-lance- with' in)-.! :ssu'- wuul thev needed. Hit.'-e tli:it time CtI5CtUi F3r;r Gf Stc. Genrvii'3 Co " 'iii'-cli rfoftnml v;:si in 101 :ire :iSiv the mines have been workci.il in , j lo-uay: ariij, j'ifjj::. from hii roi:Ti: tervais hy different parin T.i Gniupuicn. Ami Ma'iueti's Stave be -r mide for i i WitCicra in i-'ran-Mon.- .-t.:i. ! i i.'. -p-H-eii 'irtir; i io ... Uji..i 4.1 st .n- i:.- its ..-.r.u. .-iv i. -mot a follow-. : u u.ijiuLfr : v.-- -::.-i .1. J. I) c,tniettd ami W. T. .eat. M .tie i :. :.'e.l ;', . 1 '1'" . Ii. . .... .. 1.. .....I.... 1 .'-. . i 11 . . .... j'.4i-ktt-r .i" I' HI, J ft lit. "' j" ' . - 41 1 -ic.;u:', lit i.ai r.tnie 10 mc .iiieiur.r.ir , -l.ii-.-rciii openiiii;- ui-iue in ute i.e . j i. !.sli. gitarn atel .u Ij l lar-:-. t.r Ihrc ..r i r t'tr-tt.- :ite -!') :ln ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 September 1876

H1 'Mil IIM I TIIK . . much fuse about Charley If 'i :r " i; A V. - --- .AT. l; l pfiph: can tmly he kiiw;iil he will ioon he oiil cnoii-di to hiluiell". Our editor has L-jtiirht hiuu'elf :: Atlolphus Aaiu. 'F.-srai,' besprinkled liN hair with; Dmr Fnh' J'tuii.-Un clam-iiif; linv rvvi : and turned "ranker, even i ovr vour hi-: week's Iitiit. I mite art- m.'ii.-.i -j-t- j-itliiiurtiuir I lurks, the bu-s ' rsanevr 1 ul.'iiiniiv .-011:111 tn:ii-:it ion troui '."-vli.ii . ....... ,t.t . titrf! bfi ! , i-tiS!5uer. j Ak fur Twik ij"s yi-fct i-aka. I fur the legislature. UV have no it.-- mullein- that -he ha- t d. -Mid v,. iuth!:-h t!.ii week a i;,.t ! Jo foiiov.-him in hi rraiiL'. r jtro- her -lai 'i.tr : am! that sh m-a:.-to I .i'f!,5'?S' ' .V-l : .1 'afn... ... 1. .. ..... i .-iiv'uies. hut. h iwever. think he im'.v "l-air n!av" : - .v: K..ir: ii.-xrw.-H'k we hail imblisl. ! -"I'l"'"" "h i.r mi- . !NU. -KTf I.KMKNT t-J? ore ii.i .vsti in tftr esMlc I too u t rtmcr, !m.--I. iVcatla-il -r...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 September 1876

Jen and Joe. Dear wife, it don't seem long ago Since yon were Jen anl I was Joe ; Ana as tbe nappy thought go back To where wc started down lile" track, I can not flu J along the way One cloud that darkened any day. But that our love eoon put to flight The hideous monster from our sight. And so I thought while sitting here Of those old days to us to dear. And how beneath the moon's pale glow Your lips first ilarcd to whisper Joe; Ah, wife, how happy I was then As I replied and called you Jen ; Hut that was fifty years ago. And you were Jen and I was Joe. Yes, wife, full fifty rears bare gone .Since life was lull of dreams and song. Without a thought or any fears Hut that weM lore through coming years ; And though lOTc-dreaas arc oft untrue. We guessed much better than some do; You said we'd lore all through our life. And so wc hare, my precious wife. But time fo alters every thing That thoughts alone can old times bring; And when I've nothing else to do I bring them up in swtet revi...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 September 1876

MISSOURI STATE NEWS ladcpcadeat (Ureeatmck) Conveatloa . The Independents met in State Conven tion at Jefferson City on the Oh. The meeting M called to onler at li o'clock a. m. by J. P. Alexander, of Jackron County, Chairman of the Independent party in Missouri. Wn. G. Meyer, of StJboni was elerted Temporary Clutirman. and J. A. Roilenliamincr. of Jasper, was elected Temitorary Secretary. On potion of Sir. Follett, Committees on Crc denti: l'cnnancnt Orpmization were ap-pOinl.fl- I,EKMAS,.;jrr tm,; 4NIZATIOX. The Committee or 1'cimancnt Urbanization re ported for President of Uie ConTention, It. ;. haUiard, of Andrew; Secretary of the onrentin, J. W. I!uel, of St. I.ouif. who were dulv elected; after vvliien Committees on Order of Itusiness and on l'lat form were apiiointol. DOMINATION- FOR ;0VKItN0R. rnl. A. I.. Uirai. of -Macon. s.ii.l that ! uae meet that the Contention should nominate a cood and true man for the office of Coventor. Such a man U lion. Thomas. I.. AnderMtn.of Ma ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 September 1876

NEW FIRM. JOHN F SCIIUCIIERT, Dealer in STAPLE & FAXCY 1876 Spring and Summer 1876. At the Ste. Genevieve crossox & rm:. ONE 1MUCK (i?HCitWK In) "fi . CiFXEVIEVE SAVINGS ASS'.V. .sit:. oexevieve, mo. . U. IIakkiij, I Julek F. Jams. f .l.u-.- Mr, a-ne- 1 t'oruurly .f lit.-t'rm of -i.-Y-rrli.j.-s A-a. 1 JanU&C.ix. HARRIS & JAXIS, "old. Silver and (Government Si . ariiifii I'.oulit and Sold. ! ii-aft: in Minis to suit, on the prin tr;;il citie ill Europe. Coliiotioii in Southeast Missouri liiciivd and promptly attended to. .nil remitted mi day of payment. Will ji::y taxes for iioii-ie-ideilts ou ::nNin Soiithe.-u-t Missouri. lepo-it received in gold awlMlver, - .:juei lo ritucfc t siht. A jreneral banking bu-iness ron-"ii-ed in all its liranelics. 'S'2i HEW YORK STORE ! AT JUAIMiYTOWX, MO., Kcqis a fii.ca.Mruirat of HilT GOODS, C ' roeorics, &c, &C-. ;.J-T3r Hiiirt Oai Want IjM for IlattiT, STK GENEVIEVE. Arrieultural House, r.Y CHRISTIAN' LUEC-KK, (rCtfar the C...

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