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WEEKLY I1 AIR I LAY ' li,0,ccturewasnosooncrcoiicIu-, his arrival came, and brought himj
ucu tiiau .Mrs. Morons made lor As- not,; iaa nexi, ana an things were iu
semblyman Meeker. Mr. Meeker," "aamess lor the ceremony, but there
sI,C Nii.!fyomnSllcumeinaPuUic not a worJ becn hc3rd of
tlia!I and I demand the satisfaction missing man- Tho bride's friends
usual among gentlemen." I at once telegraphed to his superior in
Mr. Meeker jammed his hat on his thc Western city, asking for tidings
'head and saidhe'd seeaboutit. Mrs. of tho P"ctnal bridegroom They
rccciveu lor answer uiai lie line re
I'UCitSDAY, - -
' Stcrens, ho thought had insulted the
audience by interrupting the speaker,
and he only wanted her to top it.
Mrs. Stcrens But, sir, I want an
Mr. Meeker, laughed.
l'atronizo Home fi7diitrj
:iaix sTnr.irr. stk. oKNnviKrK, mo.,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
COOTS axd SHOES,
man to tho depot and savr him on i
board tho cars bound for the State .
of Mas.-achuetts and matrimony. f;:i;(0Inii
runner inquiries were made by tiie
mail, and in response the Western
gentleman gave a detailed account of
MOSTLY Of MY OWN MAKE,
THE FAIR PLAY
San Francisco Women,
The great speech of Mrs. J. 15.
Frost, of SacramcntO) on railroads,
lllillAlill fwiHt Tel ) til I l-'AIIMIIl iJIlT- '
. . ... r . ' Jliv. otcvcns (imttmi'her hami in tho circumstances attending his!
m ir n 1 . - t. 11 v . . her pocket) Will rou apologize? ' friend a departure, in tho courso of
.,.-,..s" ,- 3Ir.Meokcrofcour:?cnot. winch he mentioned only one lact
to much as a Hpeech, but it brought , that seemed to hare any bearing on
. pi' Mrs. Stcrens Then ill send my ,i, wi..,t .t.. i,..t tt,
out a good deal of inn. I. J tlie question: lnat was that the
nusaanu alter you missing man, at the depot, remarked
Mr. Meeker ..laughed. Mrs. Ste- that ho would "fco to his trunks
reus then liu'.icd a small derimrer himself." The bride's friends at once
from h,,roe.l:et f one Mrs. Cl.mvi.il! interpreted this as indicating that;
, , , 1 , v , . , the intended Uciicdict was bound to
handed her when tho row l.it be- s0lne 0l,icr tcsti!iation lua ;l fcoa.
gan), and held it directly in a Hue coast town in Massachusetts. The
with Mr. Meeker's brcst. tjnick as character of the missing man has
a iia:di one of the reporters seized i: j? unimpeachable-; ho had no bad
Mrs. Frost tamo on the fitagc
Bhortly after eight. She is a large,
stout woman of about forty years.
She began her tectum I13- saying that
she had lcarnd too late to correct it
that her agent bad adverted her
Bpeech as an anti-railroad !pcech.
Una was a mi.-taKe. toiie nan such
fj7" A Complete and Sea-ouablei
Stock always on hand l-v
IS Till: PLACE TO (JUT YOUK
... c. r. 1 1. "
Bneech to deliver, but did not deign ami ,njuu m 1 ' bt as soon as the above-mentioned
doing it then. She would, however, ' licr lwckot- bliu aml 11,0 BU"- were made know, a host of
, . , ... ragir-ts then lelt the hall. rumors lock wing, all luutiinr at
npeak in opposition to woman sun-, 5oinoeiian;Ionieutif thevoung man
i-.igo. Sho was opposed to that dog-j QllfCr ToStCr. in tho wiles of bomo scheming wo-!
ma wholly and totally, and felt that J The following clmracterLtic poster man. Hut the young man's mother
it. ir:m br ilntv to lift her void;1 i..r... ... ir K,..;i, has not lest faith in her f-on. She I
J t fc r H It IVM Ullv MIIHlll. ... .1,1 1J .
., .:. f :i ! ,. , - , . , , believes that ho will coino at hist
,liunbt lU j "f wh,ch IS worlh a l,ur,,saL that some accident has detained him,
At this moment a black-w!ukcred Kn. ( and that he has been unable to corn-
man arose and said ; "1 move that j Kast Foiik, Juno 8th, 1S71. munieato with his friends. Justbe-
the woman 011 the front mat keep SAM has just relumed f-om St. ' foro the coming trains are due, she
quiet." (Cries of -''So do 1," "So Louis purchAsingalotof Coods, con- takes her seat at a window before
' ... V ' I .-.i-tiiii? in nart. of the following to- which all tho passengers hare to pass,
do L ) !u i'-" ' ' , and scans with cagorere.-. tho throngs
tnd fr.c-. .,rt it..i in ,.,.,.1 :. ;..! 1 11,. n of travelers, hoiiuimr to recognize thu
1 1 j tti. I '-J win 1 1 mvy i.'ti it CJ - - - -
iny tho audience Whv have wo'WiKlinl l!nlt .leans. fv:int to lindo loved features of her son
not just as gi
to applaud one
tirrmt mil ti amil.-iiid. Yon hiiinI take three slieets liaiier to tell all. ing '.lirtuivs of the wovkimr
Mrs. Pitts Hut 1 won't
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BOOK AND JOB PRINTING DOSE.
r. . ci
C " T - r 1
i)od n rii'ht to applaud an. ur wool) i fcpooi xiireaa, i paper "" ir.up.pumu-u, r .1 r c c iJC
it suits us as vou have1l"ls i paper neeuie-, 1 nox maiene, ' j " -T ' - - -
that suits you ? ,? fr .,,, m,.,':,,. r1(( j.ir.'.0'. The Ku-KIux Prisoners at Albany, i " z i r.- . " t . k
man Meeker I Jccauso, ! Teeth, 2 Sa k Coll'ee, JJarrels Su- The following, froni ihe ISaltiinore - J o K c
s. vou ;im iloiii" il lo in- '.!!.:: :l f)li IVsiiaw. il wonlil S-UH. w a a!Mlle of tne i:i:iliv di.-l i r
OVH OFFICE IS XOW FltEPAKEDTO' HXKC'JTli
got lots of things, besides I horrible Ku-KIux law in the South. 1
i haint got, and I propose to sell any- ,Su,.Il :l ,.,.,. ol- .,;,;.. s rertainlv can-1
lliniif as i-lieait as unvlioiiv. except i :....:,
Mr. Mcckor-Lut yon will, o. go, postage stamps. Sell tnem at cents ..., v ant.r
out. I apiece. Some say thov can do better i , .. .... .,
ir.-..Ar t:hc i. r..;... ;, ifiiuiuim - k.."..ir l.nw " Among the politu-..! prisoners in
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KUn h.roit on iinru-ii Illww, 1 sen mem i acre. JiaiTcc k s uiai no - '
fchobegsui anoratouuil Hicgo upon iWflrt. uffi ; imdcr tiuMufaniou- Ku-SClux hv
"1 :iy we have a right to applaud
iviic "Ver we want to," alio said.
A ice Put out them Hoodlums
on 'a1 iront seat.
, t,n .. .....i vi rn r.n ni., miller tne intainou Ivu-!vlii' law. ia
,r , . ... . , I -m wii J;uuu tvui tutu lui
Meeker, but wxs speedily put down. N ;r - ......j,.;..,, wts i1:lvo man by the name of Moore, and thi.
plenty of, it is hats" and some of is hi.- hi.-tory as he gave it in brief,
them urc would soil forcashat oOcts., from hi sick bed. to the editor of the
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aim seine wo woiini not en ior le.-s tsiea lice: " lieiore Hie war 1 wa- a
IthandO. We have" women's shoes ! well-to-do planter in Alabana. 1
1 lf-iiiki :ifl opiiw ii!. ft sfll .Infill-;! i i ' i ... . . i
3l-' L " Criig and .baking lVom ,5 to5 cen Yarn at 1 dollar ' J Cutlery,
Sou. . put iik- out of tins hall. ! ion Jauing, o cis.,:i ios Migar .ur .
A Voire - Hi. bag yer head ! Co u '"" " V,'3 ""i1- '
' J l() : s. itud other things in nioi'Or-
on l-ro.-tv! r.,.,,.1.,,1 H,.. i,r;f.. . f..i-mi few of my former
31ain St., Sti:. Cnxrvir.VK, Mo.,
Dry Goofls, Notions, S Groceries,
me nearlv to noverlv. At
flo-c Igatlmred together the frag
ment-! of my ruined c-tate, hired a!
r-Iavc-, and com-!
Mrs. Loomis You're an ungentle-1 m-oduco. On iredit we charge a lit-' nieni ed life anew. All went well !
manlv set of fellows, to insult ladies ; lie more we charire 10 percent inter- with me until a mouth or ix weeks; Z.
' II " . IIA 1 1 . . - . ..... I
ago when 1 was -ii-pcetcd of being a
Ku-Klux. arrested by a United States
a hasty trial, found
anil two weeks ago
in a public ball. You show yonr'V a!1 accounts after M days.
. . . .. ould rather hare the inoncv : must
brinnnr un. an oi vou. , ... .... ... .t ." ... . .
.. ... , , , , nave money, n no uun i get muuvi Mar.-lial. given
Mr. Meeker If you don tall keep someone will bo sued; jut as apt j,ntv -ent.-cci
nini't wo II nut vou out. to he SAM as anv ono and a little' i i...-. '
, ... , , , ! uioiiui iioiii t a-iiiiigion io uns
A Chorus oi the bullragists lou'apter. o must pay our debts. o . .. jv tirm i-ten v ir "
can'tdoit, WodofyyoutoattemptjkavoaMlto T.e Alitor of t if W ad: The
it. shipping it to Paris. If you want '":m vowwI "l115" 'B honor, and as
Mr. Meeker V ell, now you keep cheap Coods, eonio on, wo want to hc l"yed that it might be his death
still. j sell that holt of calico, so that wo can bed. that he was a- innocent of the
Mrs. Loomis (to Mr. .Meeker" 'go to St. Louis again. Come here, crime charge against him a I was
Sow whv don't vou sHb.-ide? What iof county papers ; wo have thelarg- my-elf. lie knew nothing whatever
.,,',. r i..,i n i;,. , est club for both papers in the of the Ku-Klux. I a-ked him if he
right hayo jou to applaud, Id hke lhfl t;m0 Wfl haT0 been ( a familv. The mention of familv
to know at it"), and by throwing in our com- .-.eCm-l to j.aralvze him with grief.
A Voice Put out them Hoodlums mif-Mon, we can furnish them at 81.- JIc ,iitL.,"h- -uid between the
on tho front seat. , R year, ,entat,y where in the United , , . .;()h! ,..
Mrs. Loomis (with a terriiic hiss)
Ah! you cowards! 1'diikoyoul t?.. r(ll.i. :s rv:nrr ,n i-,.on ..t.n-.i '
Thimble Skeins, Wagon Boes
Uoots. Shoes, Hats, Caps, tc.
ISuying alway-i for (,'a-h I am able
to sell a- low aV the lowi-t.
:iTo avoid a 'nia-h, we sell for Cah."
POSTERT AND PROGRAMMES.
STATK OF MISSOUUI. c
Countv of Ste. (I'unevievc. j
t poor boy my poor wife!'' 1 the circuit court of Ste. ;eneriere
There mav be, and no doubt are.! a,u V JUyouniay ai.
so wo will, too, iu Hjiito of you.
A Iadv in tlie Audience l am a
Woman suifragist, but 1 want to bear
the ladies please keep quiet.
Mrs. Frost spoke of tho labor
question, and drew a parallel between
the women of Europe and America,
and showed that tho latter va a
thousand limes better olT than the
to try: ii we can i ai uauti we ol i ulk s station. oine on all vou, . "' ouma uuan. .,on
don't mean vou shall, and if vou do and ce lor yourselves. 1 remain . a" mcie aio :n tne jsortu and est, rcrdiiKind A. Koy, I ill. ) civil action
- . .1.. ....... I mc.t.i. ,
I vours as ever. , oc.-erie u:epri-on; out cverv .i.hi-l
," SAM It. SMITH, i form, feature and act done under aii- Willi.-"" Kvans.
i . . .t .... - ... I Deteiidaiit.
i ii 14 nii ;v in man nni not sum i norii v oi lne l iiauiou-: ivii-iv nv :u-r .... ...
, ... ' j . ' , i , . Mw !,t tllli '" comes Fordinand
l,Kii-ini.. llonrv-" ni-!,A -riiliI I.,. ie.er e-to -corn and condemnation i t.... n... ,.i:... ::.. ..t
what the latt ha.-, to saj. """t;,,,,,,,,,:,,,, inAi ,, ol every true IVecnian of the land.'5 entitl.-d rau-e. before the uiidersi-nod
cieruoi inecirfitit i-ourt ol ate. Cone
. civil actio
publishing a "local" paper,
have tho editor of the "Jefl'eon
county Kepublican" pitching into
A Plymouth Uoiuancc.
Ono of our sea-coast towns, not
I'ur-blind A new born kitten
vieve county, iu vacation. and files hi-
petition and alliilavit. stating among
fktltfil' tlllti.rc tli'if fli., .ilwii... , J
ui.n.-iiiiinn;u ouoiue ijacuciors. driondant William Eran--, i-a non
A i.leasant'kindofhuskuidrv-He- ,,"f.,.l'i '!"'? I1 tliroi.i.on
mov'ni" wid.m' n-i'id - ui.uav.0 i. uW i-eriv niore-aut, in va-
mo iii utow. mb. ; c:lt;0I1 that publication benndenoti-
fonner, who in inanv conn tries were very distant from tho t-pot whereon A desirable "-cond-hand article A ";' nan tra. an actum has been
harneed to carts and made to drag the Pi.grn, hither hrM. trod after and- - - ami aMhme 1 u c h,, , Z
them about. ing irom tne jiaynowcr, has been' Smigglcs Mv that his idea of a Ste. Genevieve countv in theStatc of
-f .- Tr.-,:- T,-. .-. ... )i...f -.ii v. .i IH.H Hiiwiiitu ,iain cictuiur i.- icnzeu in rye .ui--ouri iounueii on auaeiotmt for
...o. .v,.,.... . v.... ....w .i..... ln;.y ottiieeiememts iieemeit cssen- wni-i;y.
in Xew York. (Cries of "Silence," tial In the conipoitioii of a sensa- ,.
Lct that Hoodlum shut up !' tional novel. Two or three years jOT cTuof kec?
Mra. Lcomis (shaking her list) I aSi t young people, both mem- but late hours.
, , . ... bers of the "lii-at iamilics," and in
wont shut up, and you are a pack ot ov(jrv UIlcxcq)t;Bll'sblc bo. A clergyman at AVaterloo lias four
cowards to call mo a Hoodlum. . came egaged with tlie eordial appro- Ih0 .v-;"-uge-t of which i named
r. r.....i .....-.,..,.,.1 t... i...i;,. ;....;. . ,.i.,.i.t. ..;.i. rm... 'l'MI".-.1 oecausc nc is mc ia?i oi
out the class of i.eonlo who had young man is a civil engineer of
Cifi, Bill Uetxils, Litter IlethU, Note Ifaute, Jills JMiivj and Hull Ti'ktte
AT LOW RATES FOR CASH.
latclv married sav
... v... ... : . . II . I., i.:. i
JOrmoU tlie eonvei:lien in Aew xork f , v -4 T . ? v:,s 'ou-t o ea-v a-a needle
, ... ... vi, nui iuiiS .iijo ,.!, vjoi; olIt ,,. ., f-nnpi
-Mi--ouri lounded on
the uni of forty dollar- and tiftv-five
rents; tliat his'propcrty is about to
be attaehed, and unles- hc be and ap
pear a: the next term of .aid court to
be hidden at the court house in the
city of Ste Ccnevieve within the
count r ot Sic. Ctnevicve. on the lirt
Monday of .November iiext,beinir the
fourlli day of Xovembcr. A. D.1&7-J,
and on or before the third day there
of (if tlie term -h-dl so long continue.
and it not then bclore the end- of the
which nominated Mr.. Woodhull for
tho Presidency describing them as lucrative
ireo lovers etc. bhe said : In .Now city. Alio salary was large : ho had i10ne,t tea is the be-t poliev, but when od that a conv hereof be jmbli-hed in
York there aro 2(,000 fallen women : every rcasion to expect speedy pro- it comes to coll'ee he don't believe in 'he Fair Play a newspaper publi-hed
was appointed, to a. resposible and get the behind vord Vidt VomanJ: " ZTtT
position in a Uestern A grocer is willing to admit that , 'a'i-'y the -ame. It is fun her order-
) salavv was lrrn lin Ivnl . ...... ....:, .1. . . , . .,.i ,i. ". i ,
in St. Louis H',000. How many
there were in San Francisco .-ho did
here. They can tell you all about U1U w-,,Ul,'g "y was lixed, the
ui n-a enu . . i trousseau was made ready and friends
it! (Cncaof'Oh, oh! -Put her,worc invUed for th ccremony
out ) J was to bo en grandc tende. The
Mrs. Frost brought her lecture to ( bridegroom wroto that ho would
a close by saying that to night sho ,cave tnc Western city on a certain
roiiM.-.L'ainhwtiiro in tho ..., ..b ay l would l each tho home of
.."".. . . ... 1 his bride
motion, and altogether circunutances running the thing iu the ground. tin said countv of Ste. Cenevieve for
seemed to be favorable for the con- 'phe D inburvXew-- -iv lvit t0"r. wcck" m"ee-ivcly. the la-t in
animation of the marriage, which acode -ertiou to be at !ea-t four week- be-
had been delayed until he Should be- voted to cacl. other. om.nee to cat f".th? :!t 01 the
Mrs. Loomis Go ask the men come permanently established. So onions, it i-safe to pronounce them, ' iof i:T-rvv r-ii-
T v r , , . , ' Charles C. llozier. with whom arc
A .New London hutraml advertise- Kobiuson ."C Clardv, AtivV for plan
one cent reward for the return of his till". " ;i.4
wife, but doesn't think it worth while : r. w , ..
to have any one sent after her. .
. ' Otters for sale at low prices tor
"lam at raid, said a lady to her Cash. only. Drv Coods, Crocerie-,
hu-b.ind -that I am going to have a Keadv Made CiotliiiiL'. ISoots. Shoes,
stit! iicck." N'f.t at a!i 'irobable. mv II .rdv.are. f'oniocponarv. ( i.cen
Subscribe for the FAIR PLAY,
AN ISJJEriKfDEST LOCAL IArEB,
Fearless in Defence of tie EigM-JDst in tie Pw of frog-
m the results of the rrni T.Vonian
on a dav -non following.
and just preceding the wedding day.
Time -v.v.1 away: the tiav asod far
iseit i. 'i' .-oue.
i v w..re.
iSKMS-OSE POLLAt? ASD y'.FT5f CEUTs PR YZA
-ci.i stron M.n(i i uic ..i it ever .incei Merri.anc si ,.--:c. Cciieievc,Mo.