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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 September 1876

t FAIR D LAY YO L. V. STK.CiKEVIKVK, MO., SEPTEM UEl? 28,1870. NO. 17. HE A. THE FAIIw PLAY is MM:i.i:n:u l.WMY TlliI.-.AY MOKNi.; I -nv I S. HENRY SMITH. '';;. US: - .sj. 00 (l. J ear , hi. .Id vti net'. R.-t?s of Advertising. ' i ..-,. ..irr. -n.-.tv (ihMypr) .! in-'r:i..-i . 1 1 -ii . ,i,i.1:t iiw,iJ-,i, ..... .Mi I n .iiv fTU. I iiwJi, ttm, ... ant ,.i'--'-i-rtrrr.:iiinn, niii' y.-ir. ... v..i. '"-!:-.lf lit"l, il!'.- Jl-.lY, - -ivi . '.".lltll.tl, l.lnMiMr," - ..... 7f) w , m-:l.i.i! TiiUertirrim.'nt- rh-irjjM l tt-- i::-.i. . " Vll lr-ii.-:c-ntaU.-rti-i-i..i:5 inn-i I- r in -i-i atci ' -J VtMrly lUiHli'iiirnlfi jciyr.!c qtrartrrH in i'!i ' it. lMiOK'-SSIONAL CARDS. : ). 15. ROiJUIN.S A I J.ii'iiov of I . n w . r. t. v L 1 1 Y V V lb 11 f) S:t. CiMM'virvi'. Mi-m:ri .IViM. I'.iis-iiv, IKm-i S -ii. Wl .:l-ll- . I . ;i 1 .1 II VT . . 1 ' I . f ! 'sfV f. iJH W -VtlOrilCVS lit L.IW, Sic t leni'Vieve. Mi o'lri. m i'l i.n-i:i ;-i i:ie,..iii:-.i.r il.i- ?7imieli in-. ijl ,-i.Tiii;. at ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 September 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. -K. HE5BT SMITH, EdlUrud Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CUJIRENT TOPICS. Mb. IIakinm, Secretary of the En glish Legation at Constantinople, in his report on the atrocities committed by the Turks in Bulgaria, estimates that 12,000 Bulgarians and 2,000 Mussulmans were killed and 52 villages burned Probably the most horrible tragedy of the whole insurrection occurred at Batak, where the inhabitants were in duced to give up their arms upon the promise of Achniet Agha, the Turkish commander, that their lives should be spared. In their then helpless condition the IS:ishi-Bazouks set upon the inhabitants and slaughtered them like sheep. About 1,500 took refuge in a church and successfully barred the entrance, when the soldiery climbed to the roof, and, tearing off the tiles, threw burning pieces of wood and rags, saturated with petroleum, among the thickly packed mass of human beings below. At last a door was forced open and the massacre com pleted. The only survivo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 September 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. IIEXUV S.HITII, tjlilor and I'n.prlf tor. STE. GENEVIEVeT - MISSOURI. MISSOUJU STATE NEWS -Ventral Antra. ' John C. Render, Ceo. M. Irvine and 1 Waller Young, indicted for complicity in be War Claim Frauds, were brought he lore the United States District Court on the 19th and their hail fixed at ',W0 each. Bonds were ordered to he taken before A. K. White, United .States Commissioner at St. Joseph. Herman Levin, under the same indictment. gave bond in the same -.-.. , .y. mto on tuc itn. the. The evening of the 18tb, about nine miles trials are hA tor November :. fc01Ilheas. of inaIM!n,ience, a man named The second day of October is the last day j0,e,,h u,,.,, Wils ensaj;ea in cutting corn, on which transcripts can he tiled in the u- when his knife became tanked in some preme Court, a the docket will be clo-cd weeds, and, in tn ing to extricate it, it ae on that day. The docket is made up for ' cidentally cut him in the right thigh, almo-t publication fifteen .lay,...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 September 1876

rJJ 41 - W J .' ' 'TILE PAIR PL AY. THURSDAY. SEl'T. 2. lh7C. 'Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Co. Democratic Reform TICJvKT. FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, OF XEW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS OF INDIAN A. STATE TICKET. For Governor, .TOIIX S. I-HELl'-S, of Green comity. For Lieutenant-Governor, JIEKKY C. BROChlMEYEli, of St. Louis county. For Secretary of State, MICHAEL K. McGRATH, of St. Louis county. For State Auditor, THOMAS IIOLLADAY, of Madison comity. For Stale Treasurer. ELIJAH G A T ES, of ltiichaiiaii county. For Register of Land-;, JAMES K. McIIEXRY, of Jackson county. For Attorney General, JACKSON Ii- SMITH, ol Cole county. iFor Judge of tho. Supreme Court. JOIIX W. IICX.KY, of Mnruii county. Railroad Commissioner-, JOHN S. MAUMADUKE. f St. Louis. JAMES HARDING, of Colt; County. JOHN WALKER, of Howarti county. Elector At Largo. T. T. CRITTENDEN, EDWARD MoCAHE. . FOR COXtSKKSS, 4TH IH.STKH.T. ROBERT A. HATCHER. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. V.s:iisr.Tox, I. 0...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 September 1876

l I LAY. -- - t: fair v I"! l J U.Sl i A V . J-EPT. -J?!. 1 -iTO S. HENRY SMITH, Publisher. Liufferino1 Local Lightning I OO O II. IS. (ii:!:!:- - .Ux'! Lorn! t.ht;: -7-77-7 t 1 " I Kiln---'.vill ri-iiin-. J Kipe- -'.villi grapirs. 1 Plenty Ha.le-iiuts. li..-a t i til 1 t lie weat her. A -light Irn-tjc-ierday morning. needier U to lecture Let it.-'ii-.-n. -i.lat-.toi.tilniik-heer, claret, .tint ( ry. Otmforlable fjur.rters -"1 ecut ' ., . . ... .... , 11M 1 Juiilli.- rail" Will olrell lle.Vt Monday. The -Marion utility ht;r an: li'.X with the t-holcia. Whv i-.it'l we have a Tildeu ii. -1 and Mi-iiilrii-k- club? The Ku-!vlux conti.-iue to run at Jariri! in Itiptey roiinty. (.)ur pulilie .-rhool will etiliimeii'-e :i:'Vt .Monday. .Mi Katie lchl returned to Su J.oiii-. la-t Saluri'.ay. Cood .-lit lit-: make? a per.-ou a more devout -.iri-laiu. Mi liailie W'aiheu Iih-returned to her hoi!ie at I-'ivderiekto .vn. What iia- li.-.-oliti: ol the Yollti 7.adie Sew in" Snci-ty 'i , The vcll.iv...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 September 1876

Autumn. 1 !icj have come the Autumn Jays, When the rol sun's chastened rays. In the wool, ;iimmcr bright on shade and hue That the Summer never knew. And pierce the thicket through Where I stood. In tlie Spring, content to greet All the beauties at my feet. And to fcUy, Never raring what lcHc Nature's venlant vail might hide Far away. Ah! the view is clearer now; D.ad, the tendril on the bough. Sunk, the rail. And the ocean is in sight. Spreading yloom, and flashing light. Where the sun will sink at night , Dim and pale. It had come the Autumn time; Passed the Summer ami the prime Of my days. Careless I of J'ys or fears. For the sod was dank with tears; Withered Ml the hoi.es of years In my gaze. When the magic of thy love Let the sun in from above, Soft and bright. And I saw with altered mind That the Autumn, too, was kind In its light. I'or, just as a brighter sheen Glorifies the af sing green Of the leaf, And the vistas op'ning clear Let the wider scents appear Free from grief. S...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 September 1876

How General Washington Gut His Clothes. At the time of which I write, George Washington was SI years of age. lie was a tall, well-proportioned young man, of fine appearance, great physical strength, and fonil of athletic exercises, lie bad every tiling which money could bly. but, better still, he possessed those qualities which make a true-hearted, noble and loyal man, and which can not be purchased at any price. Every one on his plantation loved and honored him. His household was a very large one, and comprised among its inmatus a chief steward, an overseer, ami a great number of colored servants. In addi tion to these, the number of slaves em ployed on his plantation, with their families, constituted quite a colony by themselves. At this time the rcbullionof the Colo nics had not taken place. The inliah itants of the difl'orcnt settlements were loyal adherents of King George III. The mother country supplied the Ameri can colonists with all the luxuries and many of the necessaries ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 September 1876

h v i i v O. I). Harem, I Jc!.Kf F. Jams. rvhl.r '(. ornc- Komr!v iftiHrin o! NEW FIRM. 1876 Fall and Winter-1 877. HARMS & JAN IS, JOHN f sciirciiEUT, At tlio Sle. Genevieve t ONK IMJK'K fiTj:. KFNEVIEVE SAVINGS ASS STAPLE & FANCY j ctk. .exevie e, mo. t CI10SS0X & FINK. ONK THICK y;yr T YlT Clothing toreLieTS r (OjInitc the Court Houe.) ion v tl! a'us:. llnilr. nrlln'ni"! a--.r!ii.i nt ft" .-i-:.lrll.W ihhU ;..r Til- t.ilTJi :iud t uiMrt-i- i.iur: rJ UvtiTri .ltd :ti..ni:r..-ii.;.' Tot!..- -:if : .. n i--:i. -: :: tie" r-"r- n: - - ;.. ). Silver ami liovernrneiit r- : t;'.- jfcuiniu urnl ld. to suit, on the jriu- csirxriNE ''HtniSw S'slJuiht mi i : Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. Gin. S..1ICH.-U an. ,,tom,...y :u.f....eu ..... ni!AvI)IC, HITTERS AX I) t,,.- t an... . .1 v , I'rir jnu ri'lliitte! on Uhv ol p.ivinei.i. , iH.i:r.-.u.lWI-i K. I . H ill . t . Will j.iiv taxc-for-ii.!i-r.-,i.tfiii on; , 4- TZ o" ? Cr"s.J:i S-VI'C- S I Nhi.s,.mi.,:i.t.Minii. General Bar Stores.' r ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 October 1876

PLAY T E m-:.cH-:xEVii-VE? mo., October 5,i87 NO. 18. V.y River. rr.t. p.ij- S. liKKH" SMITH. ! I -rl rit:( ! r.'.l - .. 1 . ,j, , n '- !,l'-- ' ! It. . -' -If r i. ' t r .v". it " iiy m r i- : , i.i! V' .u ' IrVti. ti :s " i'.-" ''! rm-r .. ! -. I, i ,-,., i f..-t ii p.;.n i. I.rM C T tl,Ilt !":.tN .In-: -I A' f..r ! !" :':- '! " A" u . !:. vitf -N -.r '.. r . ' !.iu-it t:.',a, .s rl.'-r I- -.- u:. s....' i . I-- !--r.!. r,"" i. .M am SM-Sf iti Li' !r, u ' i- it..- r-.i'ti:,.-' n.iiir : '! 'l-ri ' i.r- - ,-. i .s :"i-..T. -i . -'if "!: -!tvi."- -t"-v!. Iro'ii :: fiir'I.cr -M-:, ,i.i l r'fi if.' nillii-r.u-Iy h.r. ll.-,..'-..n i- l.n-. wit!. U'-'i i:l"Uiri.'..:i ; T:,.- l.-.::.-?!'... .-.il:- ..i"Il.t- -ti '- ' "i '. i..i;l "-f. -v.'.Vr iV-ii i'M.m iL.'Vn. Ii. :. V-ii-, a ..I :n tnii.-j.:it j .allv! !,..,.. Mii:n.-nsi:.l ui'u-( The Ikick Burlr.rs. t,t!i: ii farmer. Ia ' ". . . . ,. jj.. . ,...:,.i,ii...r ': r:i-f rftVrri-tl t tin' miiiiderii bai ! -. . ...... , ,..,. roilU' i ill:mt...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 October 1876

"HE FAIR PLAY. , S.IIRMir si 1TII, Editor and Proprietor. r STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. rI " P I"F,Vrl1 rl',01rr1 lytiini X VM LCJ Tiie Kansas. Kepubltcan State Com- niittee, on the 2Gth, held a meeting at the retiuest of Mr. George T. Anthony, the Republican nominee for Governor, for the purpose of investigating certain personal charges preferred against him through the public press. It is stated that Mr. Anthony, by conclusive docu mcniary evidence, satisfactorily re futed all the charges made against him, and the committee resolved that the ev idence by which he had vindicated him self should be published in full. Gen. Cuook is now at Fort Laramie, organizing another expedition against the hostile Sioux. The troops of the recent expedition are mostly at Custer City, under command of (Jen. Merritt. Fresh troops, consisting of the Fourth Cavalry under General Mackenzie and infantry under Captain Pollock, will be put in the tield at once. A depot of supply will be established at old...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 October 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. UK5BT SXITII, Editor and Proiiritlor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOt'KL .MISSOUlil STATE NEWS. Bartoit County. The fatoiily of Thomas Bradley, near Imi roe. werf; poNoned a few ijays ago Under rather p4ouIiar circum-taiices. Mr. lirad ley dressed a hog that tlietl with cholera for the iurpose of using it for soap-grease. During hi ah-ence his children made bread using lard from the hog in its preparation. Two of them diet! from eating the bread and two others were in a precarious condition. Buchanan County. Kdward Slieehan, the senior member of distillery, against whom an indictment ha, Uie tirm of Shcchan .fc Son of the St. Joeph bAjfn pending in the United States District bart since August, 1ST5, for manufactur ing distilled spirits with intent to defraud tha Government of the revenue tax, plead ed guilty at. Icffer-on City on the tb ult., and was sentenced to one year's imprison ment in the Cole County -ta.il. Callaway Connty. A rise in Cedar Creek is doing great dam ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 October 1876

rn-r T- p A TD TT A "V i loading n2i Jin- not sar trior in ae A11 1 1 JX -! curacy t .,iZ,.le-...udcrx.,, the n...M than ..i. unv other, was con.-irued by t AuiuinlN.rairiv m .win t . v .hc,ni,.t.,awa,,t of sympathy wit., bVrir.,',!a " ' ... . . . - .- M I curacy' Tin R:day, - OCT. I?1'- initirnved Inreign .nuke, they their strong Union sentiment. Tin?, I ... ..... Ki-.TCH.iMVI.'nS. "II" - - . . " r. ! certairiiv nut wiener. ns!.i nKHMK v C4n RAnnuiAt3 in The whbhm rdIB. 'Btr. ll)Vt. shot with muue loading rillex j , in title by Righy.of iah,r while tin. j Americans u-ed the Kiiiini:u.ii k i breechloader. The coiinervntive a j Irih theory of rulo has nlaa' tory i.. -ir::,- ... the ,,..h!,c IctUr VV. ..f.- I (it c-e.ian(;i; -i much m an to j '- ; .. ,.t... f i boen that, for trnrktuuMhi), ihf i c:iu.e hit Jrit-no a ir-nni le:: i tle:;i of - - -i :.....-t in ..:.-. UMMt.lIllt!Sl1-"- j ttljl .l.l.cJ..ui-f '! Ills N .n.;,, it . .. . . ... ... i... . ... .1.. ;' i '. t.:..r.. :i : ... i-...

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

"I'll,'' J1! lVi Y" ' ' " f ill'i" -D t . Ot -T. -j. i7t;. ! S. HZR SMITH, Pltlthsher. ' TLlIll"2iiriCwal JuPT. Willi- ' i . i . . . n O 'All roV.'iir." rarcwcll I .tf Wenevicve! Ami ; I. ..' ."iii.l'i iv V.. . . ' M-iaiitl.oi-ai-ii.-ii.Kiii.wyt.no inor.-. ' U . 1. :; ei." a.-ivllier t--inr oi i i it- .i,l t . ii-t.ifii t.i "tir litvi i..Vf'--t. .-..tiliiii,i:- ill til.- W t-t.-iMi ' I .lion T.le;-.;!!:, t ulii-e at Cairo 111'-, ' U t- have i. iv.iiy .'iijt.j t.-.l the pa-l -itmim r. -;..; here, it li.i- ltecii oot: ilt'.-i-ani am! ro:ii.iMe to it-, ami v.c ... I.... II1. ..... .iti.l. il. ...... ' 1 ' ' - the "otiil lii-oiil.' : .-lie. (r:l!f iee ' 1 1 lor tlie frre-at l.imlnt:-s -iiown n- ami. ho-lit.itili: itiaiiiier ill U hii li ucj have lieeti .tti..l I n i njr our tu in ilii-t-uy. Wi: irti-t we have iii;ni many ti-icml- ami tso em-.tiii . II, in oiir eapacii j a- "Loeal" we lixve li jili-a-i-ii. r womnli-tl the li-i-Iin- .f a.iy. we Imp', they will "lori e ami or'et."(.i- iov....

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

Ril.sc ami True. iir a::tiii:i: kki.sali.. Itcsidcthc stream a uiaHen roamed. And met the knight whote troth she hoi'!. A crimson hluM. her check suffused. Ami in her heart sweet fancies swelled. But lie must to Oie war dcfart. And came to hi'l a long farewell; What hitter tears she shed that "lay. How sad the parting who cac tell? "Oh, fair my love, ami sweet my love. Our future meeting will hut prove, .Naught can ever our lives sever When our hearts are bright with love!" The war was o'er, ami by the stream The happy maiden lightly stepfied. To meet her knight where last they met. And laugh with Joy where then she wept. But by his side another rule. With love-lights in her soli blue eyes; Ana as to her he murmurs low His old love's heart breaks in deep sighs. "Oh, fair my love, ami sweet my love. Our future meeting will but prove. Naught can ever our lives sever When our hearts arc bright with love!" The Two Mysteries. Iir JIA1SV JIAI'LS IHHKJE. "In the middle of tlicrooni, in its...

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

V HEICE ASD THERE. Lom Dluiiam recently lost an eye while out shooting near hia mansion in Northumberland. A shot fired bv one of the party glanced off a tree which it struck and pierced his eye, rendering its . extraction necessary. The Emperor of Germany visited' Lcipsic on August .1 for the first time Since ISM, after the trreat li:ittli ivlii-n ..i, ..." , . . " " ' '"ira iiuani, Willi III l..v, I ,i , ,, ...ll,1uu:jiHi!iKrown rnnci'.i-rcil- tiougti. i lie apples should, of cour.-e, crick William, and tlieir father, Fred- be peeled and minced verv line. .Some erick William III. ' persons like a little sugar on the dough, The indemnity of :io0,000f. paid by ''lit it is generally preferred without, the Ottoman Government to that of I i- a favorite with children. Of Germany on account of the Salonica course do not omit a little salt, outrage has been handed over to Mrs. Tovato Catsli'. Take ripe toma Abbot, the widow of the German Con- toes, wash but not skin them, aud sul, who was...

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

TROKSOX & FINK. .. I JawF.JASis M,H J iil.U. : i tte rail anc wiu;er ia. r.iie- ! foriui rl tl.i I 'r;u ! - ' j - 1..1..C',.. t - .... lrrr Savinr Am IIA1UUS& JANIS. ' JOHN 1' ' SimtllKRT. -11 llic in; ic . Jff ;. Ki-snwrsuiscs as.w. I f'ol.I. Silv.-r awl ;ovm-i:ii-iiI .-- uriti,- limilit fold. Draft-: in miiii to rtiit. on t- ij.Hi.-in.:- in Europe ,..,. I itlii!i.iii-. iii Soniliea-t .i oit'i W..J j...m..j.ii 's;'t;,'4 ; i:!:axiii:. i:it. j:ks ani. i t!l Irlllltttll Oil l.tVOl lHIIK-iil. win ,.i.y t:i- i-..rii.i.-n-ia!it n, .nifUin s.inl:-:i-t Mi-Mnrx. iGcilOnil JJiir lfimsil! rrrrivrniijr"laii'i-iH-r, . - . . . t . ... I t..:i.t: A -..,,..!:.! I).-;!i!:ii.' lill.-iuc roil-! '..:r.'(;7i iiinll il brjnie-ln v3---' i a,xil.: j SEW TORS STORE ! ! c AT QUAIUIYTOWX. MO.. Kvj a line a.-v-"rlmi-:i: ..I 3J GOOSS, Grocxirios. tv-., etc. r'Tbo Hiahot tii'-h Tri.e I'-H C.r ::3::.-r,l rjapiai-d Cfa.-ral tana rnIi:.-l- FTH. (jKNKVIKVK. Vgricultural ILouse, j;y CHIMriTlAX I-I KCKK. (Xia...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 October 1876

FAIR PLAY 7 vol. v STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., OCTOBER 12, 1876. NO. 19. 1J fi Til ill FA IK PLAY! is iTi:i.:s::ni i:vi:j:y Tilt ii-day moknixo Y 5. HENRY SMITH. TEiiMS: S-'.OO a Tear in. .'; ran cc. Rat3 of AflvdrtBlntr. ;ti.-i .J!!i.O)T!.l!p)or,iin-Wif. l.r1 ..-lrtai,x:::.on. ... t. ni i . -;, jir -.(.r. ...--i-n-fT- r-.liiru i, .n; vsr, r.r r.itv:ll, "ne -.."ftr, - - . :-::?S MAi -A!t ruifl.ltl.ertiI;ll miL-t i irvA .-iV.ir.ra-t. rin. iit-.iUp.pl'-'. 'iiurtwZjr In t,.,iiu , 'rn- ti.tou ill.- f.itllitrv tin ii i i ii i i i m ii in :".,-( im-iii imi til n K.-jHiIi.ican alotn-PHOJ-TSSI'NAI. ('.AKU.S. li:i-'ht Ihi-l.allh- ..t t!ii''aioiic:tilM-; , t!t;t t-i;i.- .f l!i- '.. li-r- of that army J B ItOBHINS j imii imw !.; -:ici-tcil to votft any olh- jit th:iti tin- Ha.li.Ml li-k.-t: thai ;v.-ry A 1. 1 O 1' 11 0, V ii t IJ SI W . : ? SJi. fJ-jf t:i'v.-. ?.li'-fii:ri. "tsr Joiksov, St". tifwiVif, Mo. JOHNSON & SHAW, Attorneys ivt Law, Sto ;pii-vicvi. Mt-onri e.'Cr In tti:it UulMliur.t Sie. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 October 1876

3 THE FAIR PLAY. S. HE.1BT SMITH, ECIUr tmt Proprittar. STE. GENEVIEVE, - BOSSOUfiL CU11HEXT TOPICS The first Slate election in Colorado was held on the 3d, at which were cho sen a Governor and other State fficers, members of the State Legislature, and Representatives in Congress. The Legislature elected will also have the choice of the three Presidential Elect ors and two United States Senators, as provided by the ordinance of the Con stitutional Convention. The first returns from the Colorado election, as transmitted by tho Asso ciated Press on the night of the election, indicated that the Republicans had car ried the State by a decided majority, electing their entire State ticket, Con gressmen, and a majority of the leais lature. Special dispatches from Dem ocratic sources claimed just a contrary result. Gen. Kuokk, com mantling the De partment of the South, has ordered the Quartermaster at Savannah to turn over to the Mayor of that city, for the benefit of yellow-fevsr sufferers...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 October 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. BE5KT SMITH, Editor aad Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE?" - MISSOLKL PRETTY AND HEIt VIOLIX. ISV HOLME MAXWELL. Felice was a servant. She was just 20 years old, hut she was like a child in our land. She talked a. little soft, broken English; our words were very, very hard for her fine, pretty Italian lips to manage, lily wherever she went, and that was all she could do for many days. Now, this little girl, who could have every thing ulmo.-t, could not have every thing quite. She loved music beyond all things e!e; but on account of her little lame feet she could not play. The grand piano was for the guests. Kara players used to come and play for her; and none of the music ever seemed to depart from the house, so that all the rooms were haunted by divine harmonies. When Lulu lay awake at night, kept awake by pain, the wondrous strains played themselves tt-. i one was ian, anu ex- ,,,m:n j,,.-.,,t tin. snwt. nnr. tremely refined and delicate; everyone J voun, soul took win...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 October 1876

THE FAIR PLAY' .. ... ...... ' -2. ' lliL'IJHJATt, - - '.Ci. 10 l7ri. Official Paper of Sle: G3nviEve Co! 'Domocratio IslCiVoVUI TICKET. FOR FSESI DENT. SAMUEL J. TILDEN, OF SEW YOKK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS OF INDIANA. STAT: TICKET. For Governor. JOHN S. PHELPS, vt Green comity. For Licutcnnnt-fiovernor, nilNUY C. DROCKMEYER, of St. Louis county. For Spcrctnry of State. MlCflAEh K. ilcUUATH, of St. Louis eouiity. For Stato Auditor, THOMAS HOLLADAV, of ilndison county. For State Treasurer. E L I .T A II G A T K S, ot Biichaunn county. For Register of LntuU, JAUS E. McHENKY, of Jackson county. For Attorney General. JACKSON L. SMITH, ot Cole, county. For Judge of the Supreme Court. JOHN V. HENRY, of Macon county. Railroad Commissioners, JOHN 9. MARMADL'KE. of St. Louis. JAMES HARDING, of Cole County. JOHN WALKEir, of Howard county. Electors At Law. T. T, CRITTENDEN, EDWARD McCABE. FOB COXOKISS, 4TH lISTniCT, ROBERT A. HATCHER. Tildon and Hendricks are gaining i length ...

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