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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 November 1876

t "ITU f STK. CrKXEArIKVE, i()M NOVEMBKIt 2, 187. NO. 22. I T7- FAIR PLAY. i' tiik i-Viin play is !-i:;.M-!i:t r. KiiT t::!i.-.y Moi-Wiv: -- :iv- "3i::f.y smith. 77-7.'. US: - .v '. 00 ,? ) r(tr 'ft, .('' rt.' if er. HaRS Of d vsrt'slntr. in. sli-i-i f'hi-t". i-i tiin-iiri-tii ti -I:!, i.nti! tt--t - . - - t ...-.- r ;. I-. I i;t'X iti it tt, - - - nit.-filti::iM. ! ten . . . . "-Il ill I-'!!!"!'!. ,fi f ' ' tV. - - - - - !t-:i,i . i...- i i-. - - - - - - --. ... T.l.ui .-,1 Si. !li- : .I I.. ivflii-rj '':V t:. CxJII'S. j. I J. UOIJiJlNS. At lor 11 cv at Law. Si-. (i'i :!i. MiMkiiri. it: r.':. lit S. V'IHK, JOiJXSOX & SHAW, -Vtlcrnovs nt Law, ! t ;c!irv:i'Vi'. .5'-oi!ri. V I Tt! r:i' :I. i:i t!:i'.-..lll1.." liiC I V. -llt I. lli J11 .Il.'i,.! .iT!. lit il.i rii(N-.-l:..ii.. rn i:it. f.ir 1...11-A -i.lfil". I'MliPillt altiM't mi aw! : ;: .s'ni-li'l I,. Lilian'. HUM IX A. ItOZlKIl, Ailonioy at Law, Sic. ienoviftve. Mo. ICOSSITK V. A.WKliKK. AttVl Gciinsellor at La7, 1 :;.;i.in. m...

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

I TTI1? T7 A TO TIT A "7" lllXi J- JlIjXI. Advisors of Elections in that city, was S. HOKf -MOTM, Utter Mi Pnprfetor. TE.'GEXEVIEXE - MISSOURI. CURRENT TOPICS. Tiibbs is a disagreement between the two parties in Colorado as to whether the recent election lor Congressman in that State was for the unexpired term in the Forty-fourth Congress only, or rfor both that and the full term of the Forty-iffth Congress. The Republicans claim the latter to be the case, while the Democrats hold that there is no law to warrant the election of a Representa tive for more than one term at one election. The Democratic State Com soittce, in this view of the case, has is .sued a call for all Democrats to vote for -a Representative rf the Forty-fifth Con .gress oa the 7th of November, and will contest Belford's right to a seat after the expiration of his present term. The Republicans will take no part in the election, relying upon the legality of their claims for both terms. Gtx. Rcges, at Columbia, S. C...

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

k THE FAIR PLAY. S. DESCr SMTH. Editor mad Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE?" - MISSOURI. HEBE AND THERE. It is announced that the British Gov ernment intends to present St. George's House at the Centennial grounds to the city of Philadelphia, after the close of tie exhibition. Public attention being fixed on the Turkish question, a London magistrate has dared to condemn an Englishman to one day's imprisonment for the ap propriation of an umbrella during a shower. At a baby christening lately in New port, the infant wore 5,000 dollars' worth of diamonds and a robe that cost 83,000. Another, a block away, was christened, with only its eyes for dia monds and a robe that cost 3. The last baby inherited some brains. In Chippewa Township, Beaver Coun 'iy, Pa., the other day, a rooster killed a hawk in a fair fight, in the presence of his harem. The contest lasted fully an hour, at the expiration of which time the hawk fell over dead, and the rooster was left master of the field. Two of the lar...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAT? TL'III ItSDAY. - Official Paper of Ste. Genevieve Go; V. j, ' J 1 Democratic liefbrm TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENBRICZS OF IXDIAXA. STATE TICKET. For Governor, JOHN S. PHELPS, ol Green comity. For Lieutenant-Governor. I1EXRY C. BROCKMEYER, of St. Louis county. For Secretary of State, MICHAEL K.'McGRATH, of St. Louis county. For Slate Auditor, THOMAS IIOLLADAY, of Madison county. For Stale Treasurer. ELI.! A II G A T E S, ot ISuchanaii county. For Register of Lands, JAMES E. McllEXRY, of Jackson comity. For Attorney General, JACKSON L. SMITH, ol Cole county. For Judge of the Supreme Court. JOHX W. H E XliY, of Maeon county. Railroad Commissioners, JOHN' S. MARMADUKE. of St. Louis. JAMES HARDING, of Cole County. JOHX WALKER, of Howard county. Electors At Large. T. T, CRITTENDEN, EDWARD McCARE. ron roxc.-REss, 4tii Disrrittcr, KOP.EKT A. IIATCHEIL PUEUC SPEAKING. Judge John IS. Kol)ineii and Mar iin L. Clardy, Em...

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

Y Tin? li'-VTl TF V 1 i liLu X JU.lt A THl'IWnAV, - X()V;-aul S. HENRY SMITH, Publisher. Y.i-j-l'-.'a-Vfl T.fta! T.VtTi f 'fll'rt "fl o o Vole lor Tildcu next Tile-day. The river s t ill continues to tall. -();ily live day- until the election. -I Tin; election eoiues ulTliext 1'lles .!;:y. A slight .shower or rain fell last nig-'i. Very pleasant weather during She pat week. (iov. liirdin wiilspak at Jack son on the 4th. lif.nl Samuel .1. Tildcn's letter, tit :i!ioiher column. The Chester Fair is pronounced ;i eottpl"te siK-ciW;. Ye-tcrday was ;i holliday, and the school- were closed. Public poakiug at. the court lmu! Monday night. A grand picnic, is to ha given at i'uiijauh 011 thc.'tlh iii-t. Mr. Mtiehler put a tin roof on his :n!v building last week. Coon skins pas- for shin plas ters in Stoddard county. S"Vral men are now at work on fhe iwif Catholic church. The; Repress says then; arc only -!: young Indie 111 Corning. A drovj; ot line cattle passed through town a lew days ago. ....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 2 November 1876

A Lament. Would you aek us why this dunning? Wby these sad complaints and murmuri), Murmur loud about delinquent Who bare read tbe paper weekly. Bead what they bare rarer paid for. Bead with pleasure and with profit, Ecad of church affairs and prospects. Bead of newa both home and foreign. Bead tbe essays and the poems. Full of wisdom and instruction; Bead the table of the markets, Carefully corrected weekly Should you ask us why this dunning? We would answer, we should tell you. From the printer, from the mailer. From the kind old paper maker. From the landlord, from the "devil," From the man who taxes letters With the stamp of Uncle Samuel Uncle Sam the rowdies call him; From them all there comes a message Message kind but flrmly spoken, ' 'Please to pay the bill you owe us." Sad it is to hear such message When our funds are all exhausted. When the last greenback has left us; When the nickels all hare ranished; Gone to pay the paper-maker. Gone to pay the toiling printer. Gone to ...

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

I The Centennial Tournament. One of the most novel and entertain ing ol the many events which have made the Centennial Exhibition at times especially interesting was the tourna ment of the knights ou Thursday last, 13th. The idea of a tournament "as of old" at the Exhibition originated in the imind of Mr. S. Taylor Suit, a large landholder in Prince George's County, Md., and a member of the Senate of that State. Tournaments are a popu lar amusement in the South, continu ing from the olden days, when people entertained different ideas of chivalry than they do at the present day. For the sport it requires the very best and steadiest of horsemen. The ob ject is to catch a suspended ring on a pole, while riding at full speed. The track is a lane about an eighth of a mile long and about 100 feet wide, level in the middle of the course, depressed at the beginning and elevated at the finish. On this track at a distance of about eight horse-lengths apart were three wickets. From the cross-b...

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

XEW FIKM J01JN1" SfiiUCliKUT. JX-a'ct in STAPLE & FANCY emu:;:: Eonrbon and live VIiiuks (ilii. 1!!:a.M)!i:s. isitt;:i:s axi General Bar Stores.! !876-FaliarWintcr-l877. j PfQ QT7 At the Ste. Genevieve ; W AA WjU All O. P. IT.v ;!::-. ' I. !n. - - " ..l'T -It. ....I- j X II p. ; - ? v OXK "IfR'K Olothi ir. ;!..v:: i:: .. -..t .j ( r I . - Menard"- Iniililin? Corner JIaix and Mkiichant St.V STK. GENKYIEYE. MO. ! (0,.,h.k,... the r.,nr! il.a:-.-.) fi flm V't fiTm 111 OIIl 1-001 H WOTtf lOfiC . L lnv.:s: Isi Ti.m- o :. . . j i ' ' : :.!! :.! . -fulf.- IIOMK-MADK CLOTIII ij .. -ami i-.-mi:i. .i . ,uii . . .... ! ,. Ot all i;:::;l:iio .-mil al all juice--. 1 TMv.t p,.,,.,;,.,,.! !... fV.. f- T-'J.J- of T;t' .' !.v-il-in onilica-t M-- . SfTriee as Low r. l.owe.-l... J TERMS : NET ("ASH. F. C. ALKKIiT. .vrii. (.knkvii:vj:. Moisoinn. W alnutl Eoscwood Coffins ;KAI.I..SI.r. AXI I'lJICKi. r '"A!! Duler j.n!ni;i!y rilK-l. STK. (JKXKVIKV K Bz?c!k Yard A full line of V.'hltR Hlsirls. Ovcr-sh...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 November 1876

PLAY. PAIR I. jtixL ST 13. GENEVIEVE, MO., NOVEMBER 0,1870. NO. 23. fOL. V 1 TUK FAIR PLAY' i-. i"i i.r.t;-;i;.tt !. l.vV iiiri;-l.Y MOl.Vl.Vi, i - -r.v - ! 1 I ;- r: ..i li r;t v. ' I.''' 1 .ul.-..!-!":.! ;i.-rr:l.ii.. ----- r- j, - - - r.(t , i- -..-. m ----- ?1 .K j--it-!ivtt-.:t.v:.. . .;, -(-.V-.lt ..r.--l .'.rr.'j m- i-..r. i.it-p- '-i.? lyauilirly in m 1 1 IMlWH I II TTW ;t-t'.nr. I 'UO K ' SS !(NAI. ('AUDS.' at, L. A MoriKi v a i liiiw J 1 Stc ": Mi-'-'Oitri. I Vru.IV I.HVJ-nv. .m-'u . !!!- Sl1. Uf IV. M'l. JOHNSON & SHAW. : (t.:rn(-ys. at Law,! lo t;.Mii.icvf. Mi fiiit I. IV"! j.!?' tire .-'i tl. 111 1- .f !! Uti-Mtt. Ih i-i- 1 t'ritl . ,,! !t-!'.i:ia p-.y- !-.r. fr f..ii-.n.nI-,-.l-. .t:,.I i":i:'iiilii: iirxml wj ai.'t ! : .1 l.i. .-'u.'." "iini-'(.I : !; s:i.. ( M '.WHN A. KOZIKK. j A it on 10 v at Law.j iiiii..-.- !i. It. .A "ui' Murf.) Su (iciM'vic-ve. Mo. KOSSI TH V. A. WKBKR, i r i:.:;i.ti v. si- ii:ki "srrii!nii. iimni 1 r.i:iv.li'.:i r:v' '''! ?!!- ' t.iv r.itn...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. S. HEXBT SKITU. Editor and Proprietor. STE. GKXEVIEVeT" - MISSOCItL CURRENT TOPICS. The St. Paul Pioneer-Press has a special from Bismarck which says that General Miles had a successful fight, after an unsuccessful council, with Sitting-Bull on the 21st and 22d, on Cedar Creek, killing a number of the Indians and wounding many others, bis own loss being two wounded. He chased the Indians about 60 miles, when they divided, Sitting-Bull going toward Fort Peck, and Gen. Miles following. Gen. Hazen has gone to Fort Peck with four com panics of infantry, and rations for Miles. Sitting-Bull crossed the river below Fort Peck on the 24th, and had sent word to th agent that he was coming in, and would be friendly, but wanted ammunition. London dispatches of the 31st say that the Emperor William's speech at the opening of the Reichstag has pro ducal in uncomfortable feeling in that capital is well as in Paris and Vienna, on account of its apparent indication that tke topic alli...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 November 1876

THE FAIR PLAY. 8. BtSRX SMITH, EdIUr tad Proprietor. STE. GENEVIEVE, - MISSOURI. HEBE AND THERE; A couktrv woman having her shoes Stocked attracted much attention on a fashionable street in Chicago, the other day. Tiik Baltimore gossips have had a sensation in tlio marriage of a "well known and highly respectable" jeweler of i0 to a girl in iier teens. A man 75 years old is undergoing two months' imprisonment in Luzerne Count-, Fenn., for killing a boy whom he had caught .stealing fruit. Two deaf mutes discussed politics in New lork City, the other evening, be fore an audience composed almost ex clusively of per-sons who had never heard a sound iu their lives. A Washington girl, Estella Hutton, carried arsenic in her pocket for a month, with the avowed intention of swallowing it when she got ready. A few days ago she got ready, and the dose quickly killed her. Tiieue is said to be an old gentleman in England who has found the true elixir of life to be the food oi infancy. He always ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 November 1876

I fi TEE FAIR PLAY. csr iV1 '(IV9 1S7B .7 '.! thfishay. UmC;Pl Paoer Of SIB. Gesevieve Cn Tilden Elected. EXJDCBSS ASSURED! Fi-cm tic best information Jjiatc.v.i vi.alili-to taki-an mti-rpriMi-r alon. be yatl:iTd from all t-ourci-H tlicn; i?. as 'lC ' "Ml "'ay !" at for.-in mut Pri ly aty doubt that the elect ion 'Jc llt n-turu. febts -Xi-i:t to Ja-t Tucfday resulted in tavor of Til-' 3C out "M a "- i-ar trip. Ilcrraro uVu. licudrickA and Hclorni. Ve'r,,,,"i1 fl "-,",,. of Im.f our escalations ujion the sdvi-!"'H'"m,'" wliirli is aid to In a jroi.d vj- "t the SI. Louis Olobe-IJttuoi-rat.'''rl'n'u' ,,,r kfi-pin-r up -team. It. an editorial 111 thai journal it isj Sli'-ldl Imto mulc r a full In-ad ot dUrlully admitted that the defi at of ! f-'eatu. She ;illnl at Coinmi-ne. tte Hepublitan candidates is almost ' certain. However, we do nut wMi touiiii loo readily to a eonrltiMon. Tlwe is not the least doubt in our miil that if the vot is fairlv eotiut- cd tildoa will recii.'ve a majorit...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 November 1876

r 4 'k ril i-i IiVXXI, lii '"T " -. T. ". W l a. b. K-IHSY Publ.8...... non: court tin neck. - V !!!. XV 111 M.OII be Jn-r. . ; .:;uiii i:al;::ij;tii-oii Lm-j.a- ed. i" in- Woi-di in ilultier (-oiil::t ale si :n' - !t ul:h i very uuot! iu the eiij al pre-ei.:. - 'i'lt iini ami cuoii hiiutitcr i imw ill H ilei'. fin: Ci'iiii'iiuicl will clu-'c to morrow. I'.iiik' majority for Ileprc.-cntu-:iv.- i- l.". Three m.irriagci in lYrry villi-in-: Wi i'!; 'flic SJtii of Uii-mniiulh in ihai-k-JJiVllij: day. Xow i- the lime to lay iu yo'ii Winter Wottd. Many : our formers are now c.i- Uo' 1 i0 Wllljf. lfcad ir. IS.'rxuy-," 'card" uii the lirM p:.4e of our ii.ipui. Our youtijr Iricud dale lJ.ie:i-. of K..-k.i-l..;t, i in town. 1 i i. if. A. Hatcher wa ?u- led tor C-iiur.-is in thi ditlricl. i).i.: I!ic;-" Circus c htiiit; 1 ;it Xew .Madrid and l'oiut rbuaiu la.--1 Wi i:k. siov. IVIph ami tin; uiitiru iJoiii- -era tic iikct was elected l)y a iar-tc iii.-joriiy Tin- hoy-'" are having line limes li...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 November 1876

Church Music. Sail through the rich illumined psnes, All down the aisle the sunlight raiui -Ami sets in re I and purple stains. And mid this glory from the skies. We hear the organ- voice arise. Its wings the waking spirit tries. It flutters, but it can not soar. Oh! heavenly music, let us pour Our woe, our joys, in thee once more. All wilt thou take. Thou mak'st no choice. Hearts that complain, hearts that rejoice. Find Uicc their all-revealing voice. All, all the soul's unuttered things Thou nearest on thy mighty wings Up, up until the arched roof rings ; Now soft .ib when, for Israel's King, Young David swept his sweet harp-strin? ; Now loud as angels antheming. Oh I tell what myriad heads arc bent. Oh I tell what myriad hearts repent, lie will look down . lie will relent. It dies. The last low strain departs. With deep "Amen" the warm tear starts. The peace of Eden fills our hearts. Gotxt fronts. TOM DUFFAX'S DAUGHTER. Tom Duffan's cabinet-pictures arc -charming bits of painting...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 November 1876

GREAT AMERICANS IS IXVE. Haw Same of Oar IUaitrtoua Xca Be. came Victims aftae Teader Paaalou xaaaua Jctrcrsoa'a Co art kip. From the Detroit Free Press. There was another victim to the ten der passion in those days, who after wards grew famous a young gentle man wno eventually became President of the United States, "apostle of De mocracy" and "sage of Monticello" Mr. Thomas Jefferson. It" is hard to contemplate this calm, collected, unex- citable man of politics and scientist in the light of a lover; but Jefferson was, in his early ycare, a very inflammable yonng gentleman. We are not left to conjecture on this subject. We have under his own hand in his letters pub lished by his literary executor in his "life" a most amusing account of his love affairs when he was a student at William and Mary College. Nothing more rollicking, gay, even extravagant ly comic could be imagined than cer tain passages in these epistles notably that in which he describes at length and in detail how Sata...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 9 November 1876

t . i at"' . T . s-. s.i i .'it r V. J 1 876 f; I zr.i v.Jiier- 877. At the Ste. Genevieve ONE !('' efw CL TTTTVrt-. NEW MUM JOHN F SOIIUCHKRT, Dealer i:i STAPLE &. FANCY ir3?$eries, 1 I J 0? V IMr&on and Rye Wfilskies. Gin, JiKANIMKS. WTTEKX AND i"1 V1U vllMlc ste. i.iv: (Opposite the Court lloue.) You cil! !T!iyF fl:iu a we" tclttfeil a-M-nm:nt o!" Na'.n:lIe tioMU fi r (icnu Torioa" . lew Sore, lew Goods, lew Pies! If f itr!:;.;.;' HOME-MADE CLOTHING m fAnil"Al Kn r Sfnmc Of all Miinrii' lln!hlin:r Corner Majn ami Mkkchaxt St.' 8TE. 6KXKVIEVE, MO. quaii.ir.and-t.il prices, ;Jnst Kcccivrd by Orosson Fink, at Bisvh's .S a run h,c-..f ()( .uu 0J rm.llslt Mne!. ;i Nmv 'n:ttZiS ....:. - 1 and Yri-Sr!"ffMl Stork of White Shins. Over-shirts. I'odi'r-shlrts. iirawcr.s Collars. i i gypriw a Low a the I.nwct..0 ; , Neckties. TERMS: -NET CASH. F. C. ALBERT. j ste. oenevieve. moissocki. j i iBAT.rc :k iLlnpa and Silk H.mi kerchieft. Trunks, Vailm, la veil ni: Bass. Ac. Walnut! Ecsswoo...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 November 1876

PLAY VOL. V. STE. GENEVIEVE, 310., yOVEMHE.Il 30.1870. XO. 24. FAIR Jl I I Hi t 4 TH E PA TIi PLAY i.- :.;;:.!!:.!::! J.VKUV rill'H-DAY .moj.'.vj.v; uv ft. UBN'P.Y SMITH. TICL'.US:- .s?.f)0 a. Year in . !:! nn nee. T? 'if ri f Farm Life. ( )ne if 'hi entnp .ii.:ilons of :i farm i.i)t 111 -n-iiro-l liv l l-tr- :m! cent .vi-is in u lecltn:; of independent-.. :iml -i-:irit wnifi no nil- can po. ..... ne .aM-tact'irily than jcnod tarin-r on a -i-mhI tarns, wo!l ftopkod Poultry for Farniftr. 1 Mysterious Blood Shower. We to::rth..t tanners aru allowi.;-; Tlio villus of Vn-lory is .itnated the fati-y pni.try mo i to e.irtvot! "''I tnr from iTnehe.'er, .Vew Ymk. not only tho lion .rs, hit t!ii profi- v iiiyr.terii.il. event lately h:ip as v.eil. I'ar rs -join to think V,lK,i ,,,!re- !t "'a' a h! b" o!!try very w.,l! f..r tho .,. ne ui-it-h svimii to have boon with--mil !.-...... f.-.v 1.. ..!..... it........ t.ni ' a motive .0 iar :ts f:n t- have do- He-ddes thc.e throe holp.es. members of...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 November 1876

An Uutiuiftlicd better. NkaR Ikaiwooi, Sept. 20, 18.'. Deau Jks.nt: We reached here Uiis morning Tata Baker, Ned Leonard and I ; fo you see that, in ppite of your warning. The end of our journey is nigh. ' 'The red-eklna "Us scarce worth a mention ; Don't won y ab-.ut me, I pray Have shown us no little attention Conlound them alorg on our way. 'Poor Ned's got a ljall in the shoulder. Another one just grazed my side; Hut pshaw f ere we're half a day older. We'll be at the end of our ride. "We're camicd here for breakfast; Tom splitting Some kindling wood oCin the pines,! And astridea dead ccilar I'm sitting, To hastily pen yon these lines. 'A courier from Deadwood we met him Just now, with a mail for the States Ah! Jenny, I'll never forget him) For this most obligingly waits. 4 'He says, too, the miners are earning; Ten dollars a day, every man. Hullo! here comes Tom he's returning. And running as fast as he can. "It's nothing, Iguess: He is only At one of his practical" Uang I And 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. — 16 November 1876

SITTING-BULL fEFEATKI. Graphic Account of the Battle Rrtireen the IndUa and the Fifth Cavalry A Most Remarkable cene In Iadlan Warfare. The correspondent of the New York Herald describes the operations leading ' up to the battle between the troops un der Gencrai Miles and Sitting-Hull, and describes the battle. As the General's command was on the mar h Indians approached with a Hag of truce. A conference was held with the chiefs, but this was finally broken up by Sitting-Hull, who announced his determin ation to fight. Both parties then re-1 tired, and General Miles moved on the ' Indian camp. The correspondent de scribes : On every knoll, dispersed through the whole field, and in soiid mass on the far-seen divide, apeared the sav age forms of the Sioux. Hither and thither, to and fro, were riding the per turbed horsemen, like a nest of ants when routed. The dingy warriors swarmed around and about, filling the knolls and ravines and ridges, and pressing around our ilanks and rear. E...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 November 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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