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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 October 1876

'THE FAIR PLAY.i !'.!!. . - .-. OJl". !-' 57i.. " ! S. H;3Y SMITH, Publisher. j Lianas? hiitiUmi'ai'z? 3 ! 'i he Wllliicr. - fi: dciii.-unl Ov-ioa!. i.ol- of Itii-i week. - riiutoria !) com! lire. --(;:)--l Tl, St. I.mii- Fair. --Tin: f.si ut-r- arc hu-y --owiii:r m'.C.'i. Head ihe HierilT. Sale hi another -.iltjiiiii. lie id the "Trustee's .-ah:," in s.:i other column. - I! in! out o:ir old Moves ami poli-h "fin up." --i! uiitf'il Tito yoiiu ladies of .-!;. lieiicvicv;. A e.iiipb ot ball-i wrre ;jive:i in town ta-t '. k. T. (iiin Linen "duster."" lor i!ii- cool u t-itiit'r. -1-r ll-rtieh"-. new bitiMiu-r wiil ..ion in- completed. .Mr. Jli'vci i having a new rnof put on in- rci-idc nee. Mr. .loini Florence hit lor St. I.otii- ve.ird.-iy i:viiiiii;r. Piihlb -peaking at tin: rottrl hoil.-o in:; t Salilrd.iy fviuiin. Mr. licit ry I Jeer, our laic l.oral,' Icjl lor C ..ro. !a-l T!ilir-lu niiiitt. Faliimr Tin; river. Al?n, lli; jo-ire-1 on nutl- at CrtMiit izi T.ukV. .Sunimcr h: srouc. a...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 October 1876

Never to Know One within in a crimson Silently sitting; One without, on the fallen snow, Wearily flitting; Nevrr to know That one looke.1 out with yearning lighB, While one lookeil in with wiatlul ejea, Ant went unwitting. What came of the one without, that so Wearily wen-ted ? Under the Mars and tinder the snow His Journey ended! Never to know That the answer came to tliote wistful jes. Bat passed away in those yearning sislia, Willi night winds Mended. What came of the one within, that so Teamed forth wiUi fishin:; More sad, to my thinking, her fate, the low I Drearily dying; Xcrer to know That for a moment her love was uigli , And she knew it not, anil it passed her hy, Itecall denying. These were two hearts that long ago Dreaming and waking Bach to a jioct revealed its woe. Waiting and breaking; Never to know That if each to the other hail done ol Both had rojoiced in the crimton glow. And one had not lain 'neath the ftar and now Kirutkin forakinffl I IEBTOIt AXD CICEDITOK. Two ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 October 1876

4 DOMESTIC ECONOMY. A Cheap and Fine Shoe Polish. Take i pomnd of ivory-black and 4 ounce of oil of vitro, a tablespoonful of sweet oil, i pins of liquid honey or mo lasses, and i gallon of vinegar. Apply Jike any other blacking. A Rnnn .. .- n " "i iu ait.su irLASS. pound flint-glass as fine as it can possi bly be made on a painter's stone, and L fctrill!'. l;t aside for some days or weeks, and one can scarcely discern that then; was ever a crack in your bowl or dish. iui.v it un ino unbeaten white of an i m ., " , - U,m jt 31 vutv,t. i manv .if ii.-i, the e"r Knli ti,o ,..;..,.,. . .. .1 i "lane opened her eves ami seemed to uj ., -t -mMiriiv im- inm :.itn; it lu v. .n cd-es o" 1 e S,n . C pr---hend what was roingon, though - '."'V -J "V" ".'; .' ""n4-' oi iiie orouen glass, place them i , ., - . n h un ii'i-al ;-r. f---i. n. :.'! :t iia- ;n-..vi.: carefully together -nd where it ,,,!, . s,,u n"1 ",,,::ik- i,h" :lIt'-"ar"s " t: . -.,-.j.-.-i -.;,...! , .. ti.l done lin,!.Ci '', . ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 12 October 1876

I" NEW FIRM. JOHN F SCilUCIIKIlT, Dealer in STAPLE & FANCY 1876-Fall andWiiter-1877. At the Ste. Genevieve CROSS0I OKNUINK Uoirboa and Rje Whiskies. !, SHANDIES, IWTTEKS AND General Bar Store.?. Mellaril'-. I'liildinir rniT Main and Mkkciiant St.V STB. CENKYIKYh, MO. " " ----- ( sm (a:st: itm:. :. .f.i o:w .... .,.! . 'ift-nr 1 -. C t::ritit.-1! '.'it' '! "' ?7"rriiH! as Low a tht Lowi-it.S-3 TERMS : NET ASH. ' F. C. ALBERT, -TE. GENEVIEVE, MOISSOriU. I'KALl.i: IS WalmitiRosswoodCoffins CT ALL SIZES AM I'KIUKn. y ?AK orimproiB4lj' Fillol. y ST K. G ex k" VI EV ii ONE 'I1CK I Clothing (0pr..n;t,i the Curt lloiit.) yi.uttHla'ii'i. tlmla wcl! iV-:r-J x.-.rt:imt t,f Smi!.l. lnA fur t.cn'j- V.ti;b xud .'iiii.Jjoii-' .car: rJ.- 1.,,:. rn .nit IlfHir M mf .i ivriii t ..-..I' i. r.iit-.' " " ' iijti-.u.iri iiiWiiinu: . o - .,.. ..... ..... ,:....,.- .;,i.t- of:,Hq,,:iii,io:t, n ,,.,.,. ,jlst ioc(.ivo(l hv Crosson or Fink, at Bisch's " n'S-;,I!,Ki-, i Old Stand on Merciianl-Street, New i...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 October 1876

FAIR PLAY. - -J - VOL. V. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., OCTOMEK 19, 187o. NO. 2 a. THE il? FAI11 PLAY; OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. Is Hayc3 a Know-Nothing-? ! hy hi- If iter ot the 2Hth of June ac include either Oregon witai: 3 vot-. -t,, .,,,.,, ! ... -Ill' ' Iiu!hor'""1 U0 '' Y tJ",."-,.1.,ay ASl"i.rJ.!k 'frt "l ,"'Wi,",;': lr'e olJone .Tjli.r of cvrt.tk-aU-..f rK-mheri,, tl.. sute have recently elected . S. HENRY SMITH 77.7. US: f! Year III Jitfvunr.. . Rtt3 of Advert'&ine. i.- )u-.n..-!i.-:..fH"'. ii'.v!ii:.-Vi..n, I 1 - :ii....n:Jr, .... - V -. r -.!-. i j-.-r -. :r, . i ii .. -. nvr, ... i ...-V'f ij.Vr.1 '. -,. t.V. .... - i . .' i.r:i.., w.e T?.r, ..... 7".'.' I ";. yi'i 7.tf.l!f.-ijnr!inri!nt l.y lis -ll tne-:i.;tt -nlver:;-..:! ...I- I I. '..-elf 'irv. "tv.:,-,.. f. i -mj rm mmm mtmmumm IMJOKTSSIOXAL CAUPS. i .yi J. i). liOHHINS. A 1 X 0 Y II 0 V fl-t i tl XV . J Sir. fl'.iirvirve. .M;"'otirJ. llt-M-.T S. IMW. .-to. l..rvie.f, -M. i i-i.t. I!-. .JOHXSOX & SHAW, . , . . j . 1 1 U...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 October 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HEXST SIIITII. Editor and Praarlrlor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. CURRENT TOPICS The total number of immigrants who arrived in the United States during the year ending June 30, 187G, was 169, 936, of whom 111,786 were males and 58,200 females. Of this number 28,875 were under 15 years of age, 121,734 were 15 and under 40 years, and 20,3 were 40 years of age and upward. The principal countries of the immi grants were as follows: England, 24,373; Ireland, 16,575; Scotland, 4,582; Wales, 324; Isle of Man, etc., 12; Germany, 31,937; Austria, 5,646; Hungary, 630; Sweden, 5,603; Nor way, 5,173; Denmark, 1,547; Nether lands, 835; Belgium, 515; Switzerland, 1,549; France, 8,002; Italy, 2,910; Rus sia, 4,764; Poland, 925; China, 22,721 (of whom 260 were females); Quebec and Ontario, 17,314; Nova Scotia, 2,582; New Brunswick, 1,421; Prince Edward's Island, 299; Newfoundland, 92; Vancouver's Island, 763; Mexico, 631; Cuba, 703; Bahamas, 523; Azores, 806; Australia, 1,205. The...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 October 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S.HEXB. S1ITH, Editor mad Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. HERE AND THERE. An Iowa judge says that a man may legally kiss his hired girl if he can swear he thought it was his wife. The Gainsborough hat, which is now in vogue for young ladies, is an exact copy of that worn in the stolen picture of the Duchess of Devonshire. A cikcls that travels in Texas has an uncovered canvas enclosure. At Brackett a tree overhanging the ring was occupied by men and boys, who thus saw the shw free of cost. A performer's feat included firing a revolver on horseback, and at the first discharge a spectator fell dead from the tree. Thereupon the circus men were mobbed, and escaped only by a practical use of their skill in horse manship. It is apt to shake a man's confidence in his wife to awake in the early morn ing :nd find her sitting on the edge of the bed going through his pockets. FuUon Tunes. And it is apt to shake a woman's confidence in her husband to find nothing in those...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 October 1876

1 I m' 1 1 ' i i i THE FAIR PLAY. THURSDAY, OCT. IB, 176. Official Paper of Ste. fieaevieve Co. ? If democratic liefbriri TICKET. FOR J'KESIDEXT. SAMUEL J. TILLKi OF NEW YOKK. FOR TICK PRESIDENT. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS OF INDIANA. STATE TICKET. For Governor, JOHN S. PHELPS, ot Green county: For Lieutenant-Governor. HENRY C. BROCKMEYER. of St. Ixinix county. For Secretary of State. MICHAEL K. McGRATII, of St. Loui-i eounty. For State Auditor. THOMAS HOLLADAY, of Madison county. For State TreaKitrer, E L 1 .1 A II GATE S. ot lttichnoHii county. For Reenter of Lnnd, JAMES E. McIIENRY, of Jackson county. For Attorney General, Jackson l. smith, ot Cole county. For Jiidfre of the Suprrran Court, JOHN W. HENRY', of Macon county. Itailroad Coniinissioucr-;. JOHN S. MAUMADUKE. of St. Louis. JAMES HARDING, of Cole County. JOHN WALKER, of Howard county. Electors At Large. T. T. CRITTENDEN, EDWARD McCAItE. FW CONGRESS, 4TH DISTRICT, ROBERT A. HATCHER. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Pharlimtox, Mo., Oct. 11, Id....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 October 1876

V ;niK PAIR PLAY. T!I'."!MA i OCT. IS. 27'.. S. HEMSV SMITH, Publisher. Liagsag' Local Lightaing - i.i-nt-. JTentifi!. ii'va:i. liHll,-"l,,i' W-at.Hjr. li....,.,- iv..., i -.! ..i..... ..-.- "'.o I..K.U-. w.-.s. k. Hw was Mo:ilay itiontiii lor (inly nim-tffii iJays until tin elcc- A I'l.rl.l .1. .. .-..I.. ...11 1... . ! .7" -" l '"".Mr. Hoveri.-V-tor... li. r. tliiv w.-r, Our next l'ic.-idciit-.Sa:i:iel J Til.l.ii. I!rne i uiij)C;l to tubii; ImoN. VVliit! h:i bi!.iiii: of our St. Ma ry uititor? E.iTtKin ti.-knts nrinteit at thiu of iic: riK'Mj'. Ii'.-.n! tb- iiKW Trtiitei:-al..'."ui an otlivr -iiiiiiiu. .i!-vhilikin: o hall an incli tliiik tl.N wxi k. Vi.-pii.a wui't l)::inocr.-itii by a finiili majiirity. A tVo'ii.; ui' oiii-n liu-i a row with tbt' "iiolliiw-liorii." Corn i- i-llinu at thirty rents j.er Ihi-Ik I at i'ojilar Klittr. jThf fliTtion will i-.iiih' olf two nTks (mm iii-.vt TiiUMiav. Ohio was nirricd by the Hepnb-i licati- :it the late election. -Siiniv tell at Waliiii '...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 October 1876

Moth-Eaten. 1IT XABGAKET B. fcASCSTER. S had a beautiful garment, Aad I laid it by with care; I folded it close with lavender leaves. In a napkin fine and fair; ft is far too costly a robe," I said, " For one like me to wear." So never at morn or evening 1 put my garment on; .It lay by itself, under clasp and key, In the perfumed duk alone, !U wonderful broidery bidden. Till many a day hail gone. 'Ihere were guests who came to my portal, There were friends who sat with me. And clad in soberest raiment I bore tbcm company; I laicw that I owned a bcautit ul robe. Though its splendor none might see. There were poor who stood at my portal. There were orphaned sought my care ; I save thcin the tendcrcet pity, Ruthad nothing be.'Mcs to spare; I liad only the beautiful garment. And the raiment for daily wear. At last, on a feast day's coming, I thought ia my dress to shins; 1 would please myself with the lustre Of its shifting colors One; I would walk with pride in the marvel Of its rarely...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 October 1876

Melon Sugar in California. A new Industry unknown to the press 'is in process of inauguration in Cali fornia, which may interest the rural dis tricts of Maryland and elsewhere. It is making sugar, table-sirup and table oil from watermelons. Mr. Rode, of San Francisco, seeing that our bcet sugarics have not made profit, turned attention to watermelons. He found that when beet sugar proved unprofita ble ill Hungary, Ilerr Hoffman suhsti tutedmelons, with most gratifying sue- cess. His sugary at Zombar is one of the largest and best paying in Europe. Accordingly Dr. Hillar was sent to Hungary to consult with Hcrr Hoffman, compare climates, and, if satisfied, he was instructed to buy works and im port skilled labor. To make double assurance he bought a large sugar fac . tory, in full and successful operation, -snd engaged its best men to come to California and go on just where they leu on. in this way, supposing the melons to be all right, there can be no failure. The machinery has arri...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 19 October 1876

X i -i i ! ; x if 'A B i r NEW FIRM. JOHN SCHUCUERT, Dealer in STAPLE & FANCY OENITIICE lioirbon aiii lire Whiskies, !, BRANDIES, BITTERS AND General Bar Stores, Menard's Building Corner Main and Merchant Sl.'s STE. GENEVIEVE, 310. (?Prices as Low as tlic Lowcst.3 TERMS :-SCT CASH. F. C. ALBERT, PTE. GENEVIEVE. MOISSOUKI. arAT.Ei; Walnutl Rosewood Coffins OF ALT. SIZES AND PRICES. Q-A!! Orrtnw rroniptly rated. y 1876-Fall andWilter-1877. At the Ste. Genevieve ONE PRICE Clothing CROSSOH & FIHK. STE. GEKEVIEVE VM. PALMES, Proprietor. J3'ck in lirgc or snail quantities furni-hed :. aiiert notircatut et mtonablr ralrn. K-4y DR F.GUIBOUKD, BEAI.EK IN Drugs and Medicines, PAINTS. OILS, &C, Stc. Genevieve. Mo. MRS. MARIA WILDER, Dealer in Family GROCERIES China, Glass & Qveknrwakk, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. 65 All kinds of farm product? tafc- i in exchange lor goods at the Iiigh-r-t market price. litl GAMBR1NUS HALL Comer Third and Markot Sroots, ormaiTK court iiocsk. nir vfry b-...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 October 1876

FAIR tOL. V. STK. GENEVIEVE, MO., OCTOBER 26, 1870. NO. 21. THE PLAY. '1 i '4 6 THE FAIR PLAY iKiTiii.jfHKi I.i;UV TIII'Ii-HAY MOILVLNO -HV- S. HENRY SMITH- 77";V 1s'-- i' firt n Wrrr .i..if.-. ..fr , j crtr !. .'Idvancr.. Twites of Alv3ri"nhi:. ,1''t"TI:n.N!;iii.llliI.lr.j'l..w:iiirl'. S 1 lil 'rhllliv.untlGrTtMP. .... -.u'-..- i f.vi, l. "3ir, ' s-hVi' !amt, ...i;cir. - - . - - Ti.i'i .iMlumn, mif.'rvir. - ... - 7 ! HHT!b.tfi::.:r.p.iMrhs:ciiii tlinrh '."AM tr..V,.:wri.i-!i.rJir.jts rr.iis: r I i lUUVM.I. i-Tiii's5: j.x;-sl.!e qwuttsij in irMMMMBIMMa a !r.i IMtOK! 'SSIONW L CA UI )S. I. n. ROP.P.TNX. A tt di c y a t L a w f St". f;.)ii-vu:vr. Mi'O'lil. !:rxT S. Shaw. h'i. I.v.tc :rvc, M.i. i l.fM , 111- JO! I NSON & SHAW, Attorneys at Law, Ste. (icuevMrc. Minitri. Will prartii in :U: cr xtn " ui: vMMirt!i jn iriit pirritiT, mrVf riiil"clton, nT lac for i ..ii.--i.J.v.., 3r.iX fiiiliill' urni to any ant nil iHicir- cr.tni!e tn lii"-rr I' lM.N'IN iiOyiFK Attorney at Xj a W , lin...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 October 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. IILXllY V'lHII. KditoranJ Proprietor. STK. OEXEVIEVE, - MISSOUUL CUKI1ENT TOPICS. At a Cabinet meeting, held on the 17th, there was a lengthy discussion of the condition of affairs in South Caro lina, as represented to the Government by the Chief Executive of that State, and the result of the Conference was the issue of a proclamation by the Pres ident, which is published in another col umn. At a joint political meeting held at the village of Cainhoy, about nine miles from Charleston, S. C, on the 16th, a collision occurred between the whites and blacks, in which three white men and one negro were killed and a mini ber of white men seriously wounded. The Mayor of Savannah, Ua., has given public notice that no more con tributions are needed at present for the care of the sick in that city. He also expresses, on behalf of the citizens, his heartfelt thanks for the liberal aid contributed from nearly every portion of the country. A Black Hills dispatch says that Gen. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 October 1876

f THE FAIR PLAY. I S. IlKXItr SMITH, Editor and ProprlHor. STE. GENEVIEVeT" - MISSOURI. M1SS0U1U STATE NEWS. 5neral .o1m. iTbe Governor has is-ucd a proclamation I oAering a reward of ) for the appreben- si&nof !.wiiI l'rice, charged with ihemur de"r of Samuel Taylor, l'rice is a r.cgro, and recently escaped from the Warren ' County jail. i The Governor has appointed Klijaa II. Norton .Judge of the Supreme Court until December ."1, 1S7S, to till the vacancy caused ly the resignation of Judge Henry M. Vories. An election, to till the vacancy in the j Thirtieth District, occasioned by the resig- I nation of Senator Ittncr, ha- been ordered ' by the Governor to be held November T. I Buchanan County. Near St.Jo.icph. on the 30th, a threshing machine boiler exploded at the farm of Tbomag Wordson, and O. A. Miller and John Klston were instantly killed, andasou of Miller fatally wounded. I Can ;irari!eau County. A man named Johh Vinzino fell down a shaft in Cape Girardeau County a few ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 October 1876

v r THE FAI.H I'LAY. : j-.; fsday, ir. 7i. i i OmciaS Paper of Ste. Ggiiavreve Co ; VS.s 1 I f f r I-leform' FOK IMtK-SiniiNT. SAHUSL J. TILDEN, OF NEW YOltK. FOK VICE I'MSIDEXT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS OF INDIANA. STATK TICKET. For Govurniir. .IOHN S. PIIKM'.-j, ol (inicti i-ounty. Fo? Liuutciiuut-UiiVKrnor, 1IENKY C. DltOCKMEYER, of St. LotiiK county. For S-ortary of State. ZUICHAKL. K. Mc(jIATH, of St. LtllllR count T. For Statu Atnlitor, THOMAS IIOLLADAY, of Matli.-un county. for State Treasurer, ELIJAH U A T E S, ot ItuchfiBOit county. For Ilegidter ot Lnnd, JAMES E. McIIEXRY, of Jackson county. For Attorney GcnerHl, JACIiSON L. SMITH, ot Cole county. Forjudge of the Supreme Court, JOHN W. HENISY", of JB.tcoa cosiaty. Biilroiwl Comuiisiiioiierx, JOHN S. MAUMADUIiE. of St. Louin. JAMIK HARDING, of Cole County. JOHK WALKER, of Howard county. Eicctot At Large. T. T. CHITTENDEN, EDWAfi:D McCABE. TOR CONUItKI 4TH QISTKICT, ROBERT Jv. HATCHER. PUBLIC -PEAKING. .!ml;eJohu R. rViiin-en nnd...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 October 1876

V i TMiC FAX 11 PLAY. i .:-i'.v. - o ;r. i;. i7;. S. E.':3Y SHiTH, Publisher. - """ v--. Lit" C .X.UldUWiiin? - - - - - u 1 ..-..in v. ii.T. 1' i -vi'ii'.n.- an: ripe. - !..i-.'ii in .(iiiitilt ni-jIils. !Co.i! .' w f.fiai- tit .- week. J'li.ie -p":iKin:r ill town to-uinr- r.iv -i'-rtii ir - liriir :,t --is ci-ii!-; a -tnuui-l. -Oiily t '.vc'.vr tl-tys urt!l '1'ilili-n v. iii if (.i-ic-tcii. 1" i-r.i- lo.u!. ' with tchuM ja-j- i;ir I'liiri- t";ery tir.v. Vn. 7 1, il-i'icr is liuvinjj hi-Vi,ili-i-' f"-,'a"!!'inl. f'.l" I'll !!. 11 )!1C, njl Ol! WlM'K V"i:t i f .I 7 i cjay. Tin' (iiianii-aM o'iiuty F.iir v.i i iT.i:i'l -.iiiri. Tit". JVrr. villi Tuion is now ot.c it our !n-t i-xi-han-xt-. I'A.ir hsr-Jt a-ul tlivn ; tlctt'is in I'rriy .n u: y list ivfc.';. K."-r it ni; w ::it to be votinty jiuitrt1 in V:ni' ciiiiiit.. I'ih ri. -r Ioivit ntiw lli-.ni it lull lii'i':' illlrilil" the i:t-iill. 7 ..!". .nr "h-j-ok pi'i-mi!, Wiiliml :iiii1 :i".i i:o;-v !iut: p!iiiti:ul. -ii'rr F. .. Ilojirr...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 October 1876

Harvest Apples. l'omona waits in ihe jrardcn. She waits vith stately mien. Ami in her mantle fclie carries Apples yellow and given. They glow like the fablcil fruitage Ilrought to Paris of oM, As he stood on llie elojie of Ma Ami iicanl his fortune told. She bears them netted in silver. Where Bunl.-cains dance ami play Ami thrushi-a are singing loudly Their careless roucilclay. Ami butterflies black and scarlet Flit through the russet leaves; The cicada plies his labor. The early cricket grieves. And splendid parterres of crimson, JUofsom of sunEct dye. Incline their heads to the goddess Who paces slowly by. And there in the glowing noontide. Disporting in his glee. Comes Kros, the mischief-maker, Oissuiscd as a bruwn bee. And he stings the dreamy goddess Upon her rosy lip; Aa flic shrieks and drops her mantle Away the apples sliu. And the mellow harvest fruitage Is ours until this day; Pomona's favorite apple For love was cast away. .Wic i'ort Kretiiiig J'osl. THE COLONEL'S PROPOSA...

Publication Title: Fair Play
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 October 1876

Francis P. Blair. The death of this eminent man closes a life of singular activity and useful ness. Though for a number of years in retirement, and though the absence of his name from the public prinU hsu. caused many to forget him for the mo ment, few men have in a private sta tion exercised more influence in the past history of the republic, and cer tainly none has used his influence more to the good of his generation. The surest testimony to the worth of a man is that given by his enemies, and such tributes to Mr. Blair have frequently been offered by his personal as well as by his political opponents. Mr. Blair was born at Abington, Va., 1791, and at the time of his death was therefore eighty-five years old. He was of an old Virginia family of excel lent repute among their neighbors, and highly esteemed in every respeot. At an early age he was sent to Transyl vania Academy, in Kentucky, where his education was altogether conducted, and where he studied law, with the in tention o...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 26 October 1876

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