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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 February 1900

THE TtEPURIstC: WEDNESDAY, FKRKT'AKY 2S. T!)00. r n k FINANCIAL. -IDLO Oll-tr -m:w vonic m:w yoiuc MEMBERS "I iiicai:o (.C'lllCAUU DIRECT PRIVATE PRINCIPAL i STOCKS I Tp, rnunvrc f J TELEPHONES: , S5B(031 ss.rri vfUAx Vi CJOr.ATr-s-- CaPlTfiL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS FAYS- 4GPJ SAVINGS Dl FINANCIAL ""WANTED! BY A PROAUNENT NEW YORK IJANKINO AND BOND HOUSE, TO REPRESENT IT IN CHICAGO AND VICINITY. AN ENERGETIC AND EXPERI ENCED HAN. HAVING A LARGE ACQUAINTANCE A.10N( FINAN CIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PRI VATE INVESTORS. A GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF INVESTMENT MUtv i-lZUHiZ III 1.1 17,71 ill 1771 jk SECURITIES REQUIRED. APPl ' V C "'ONS WILL BE HELD E TL ,LY CONFIDENTIAL. Al ,.v iSS. BANKERS, P. O. B( &22. NEW tORK. SECURITIES REQUIRED. APPLt- EN- AD- BOX FOR SALE. 71 rrar S t tie1 ' 60 f-har M n. i-iiil.- tV) sharp t r. ,!- Kuit.wv Hqulrriit Co. Om mm m imm -am , i t 1- . Kona AMD ar..! N..f HAYS INVESTMENT CO.. 213 N. 4tM St. Orri a! 1lr er- ! iri;. . prami'ttv rx'- .. It.. pri'al- Hire. i h n.-...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 February 1900

3 V THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1000. MISS BRUEGKNER CAUGHT A BURGLAR. DRY GOODS FRIGES i A. T5v Q ro v Dollar trips to the islands. ADVANCE RAPIDLY, t c -- "r W R I sma no or 1 S.nv Ilim as Up V.i- I.vsniu dip IIoh-c :iiid 1'rnmjiily Took I.'iin in Hand. HE WANTED TO COMPROMISE. Slio Kffuscil to Do So. .u:l Man-liftl Mini A Ion;? I'mil Slit- Found a I'oIii-ciiKUi Mi'i- Si(n of lb..- AtTair. Miss Cuss.n- lrru-klier. r.lio k-eps horn for her lather at No. 1181 Swiuh Jeff-ryan avenue. f another St. L.iu!s woman who 1 a terror to liur-jlari, and thieve. McciLiy moniinr t" captured a rie-int man who was walkins av.-ay from Hi- bouse with hi-' -.rolliers umbrella. Th- n-sro was lra-llned 10 rcn. but shi. held l ii.a coal and t-d .'.hi down the -strut.- Miss liraoekr.:? l.cf.t :r. h.m until a po Iceman came. After c had d i:cii i hlni afely into the hands of the olliccr she "mild to tin. crowd ar.u returned to .-. r 1 "rce. lesierday he bearded a strr t i.r -ntl went to the Pour...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

Fri-y1 l:-' M 7943 THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. (NINETY SECOND YEAK. ST. LOUIS. MO.. TIirKSDAY. MAKCII 1. 11)00. In St. Lonla. One Cent. I 'Tv. I (TR i Otslo St. I.01 nis. Tuo Cents. res Cents. BULLER TAKES ICE IS KING IN ST. LOUIS. N PIETER'S HILL I'r ) Two Weeks' Continuous Fighting Wins the Position. HUNDREDS SLAIN. British General Reports Hard Work Still Before Him DRIVES THE BOERS. They Retreat to New and Strong Lines of Defense. 3T RICHARD HARDING DAVIS. SPECIAL BY CABLE. Pleters Station, Sunday. Feb. 23. (Copy right, 1900, by tho New Tork Herald Com pany. The, attack of the Inr.Iskilllng Fusiliers on Friday night on Railway Hill Pieters Hill) and the stand made through Cm the night was one of the most gallant and stubborn efforts yet made toward the relief of Ladysmilh. For twelve days the battle has been con tinuous, by night as well as by day, and this was one of Its supreme moments. Tho Tnnl.kI1ln?a tnlned this column with twenty-four officers. They have five re maining. That t...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

a THE REPUBLIC- THURSDAY. MARCH 1. 1900. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. Ul'SIXBSS Discount rates wore t per cnt for call and time loan. Clearances-. Jt.o41.MI. balances. SS1.49& Now York fuhnnsc. : discount bid. Zc discount asked; New Or leans. ZW: discount bid. par linked: L.oul ville. 10c discount bid. p-ir asked. Chlcaso. !Jc discount bid. lCc discount a-kod. Cln- itinati. l"c discount bid. par aked. The local wheat market clv-ol lower at S,,e n. Kcb. Cvc b. May. Of a. iul . riiiTi.' No 2 red. corn closed steady at 33c n. I'eb.. 4c a. May, Tc b. Jul. 5lr3', N"o. 2 white, oats closed at rt'.c n. Feb.. l'c b Mny. :4ic No Z. At Chicago wheat closed loner at "J7c n Feb.. SiMiw'.e s. May. t'.c b. July oni clos-ed teady at H3c n. Feb.. 31iI5c Mav. 3T b. Julv. otts clo-ed at 2c n. l"b. iSc a. May. ZlUdc Jul The local market for standard mess pork losed steHy at SIO.IO for old and at SI1.37 for new Prime si' am lard r osed lower at c.:.Titc; choice at S.C;C. The local market for spot cotton...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

w V.7 M PHE RELM'BLIC: THIKSDAY. MARCH 1, 1000. I . i 'it 'ft; if ir t r t: bee tx I- V jjk mi 1 V i i PUERTO RICO BILL PASSES THE HOUSE Kej.iuWica.ne. After a IVs-potato Fijrlit. tin a Msijrity of Eleven. AIDED BY FOUR DEMOCRATS. Six Members of J lie Kulinp riin.v Remain Steadfast Apainst lite Measure The Vote Results 172io 101. nEPrni.ii- m'i:t m. Washington. Fob Republii-iii m.i:i piB of the House drove tholr I'ucrro Iticnn fArlrr bill through this afternoon liy j into cr ITT to lfil-a majority of 11 Before the final vote wa taken, the mo tion by .Mr MtC.ill to substitute the origi nal Paine 1 III for the pending meame wa voted down by 139 ean to 173 navy, and a motion In the Committee on Was and Means was de'ealcd b a similar vote. Tl.c Republicans held all their men in line on the final ictc except Most Mr Call o; Maarliusetl. Uttlcfield of Maine. Lorimer of Illinois. Cnimnarker of Indiana gnd Fletcher and Hcatwole of Minnesota, who oted against the bill Thee men note-l to comm...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

. THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, MARCH 1. 1900. - t-. U to. ICE IS KING C'nntitme.t mcnt was equally busy along similar line, while the police and fire-alarm telegraph fctrvice was In a chaotic condition. l"lctnrew In Ice. It was the prettiest storm St. I.ouls has ever known, and despite the warnings to re main indoort. hundreds of camera "fiends" will start out this morning to tuUe snap s-hots at the Iridescent plctuics which Jack Fro,t has painted on every landscape, rvery tree, shrub, house on everything. In fact. The homeliest Lack fence looks beautiful under the touches of the brush of this master painter; so do the ugly weeds on every back lot. The Icy covering hides the marks which wind and water, heat and cold have made, and the common place Is transformed Into the beautiful. Tower Grove Park and Shaw's Garden are, perhaps, the most picturesque spots within a radius of a hundred miles, be cause of the large percentage of evergreen trees which they contain. Feathery cedar and long-l...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

is- 'a&r THE REPrBLKJ: THURSDAY. MARCH 1, MOO. f-nd Mike observed: "l suc. the poo' bastes need :i wornid from me." He went ut 1HI delivered the "worrud" lo the "triiBSHni; hordes, bat the car moved slow er and slower, and nnally came to a stand still before Seventh street had been reached. ''Give us a lilt, will ycz. glntlcmenr' said Hike, "It doesn't often hapiien thl way. and It's sorrv I am to disturb yez. but ye'll It lierf tlll'moming or push us over the hill." The next two blocks were covered with Harper on the platform yelling at the horses, nineteen men pushing at the sides and rear or the ear. and the one lady pas senger keeping the stove warm. At the tup of the hill Alike veiled "all al-ird." and ev erybody climbed in that is. everyliody but the near-sighted, middle-aged, asthmatic encountered, and another "lift" suggrslcd by Mike. There were four mere of these "lifts" lieforc the car re-aches! the mwer house at Flghtec-nth street and Park ave nue. The horses were so ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

6 THE KE1TBLIC: TiIlRSl)AY. MARCH 1. 1900. ., i )i- n fi fr p -. Free to the Ruptured. Jtr. . .. Illrr. tin- ,-l l-Ci..ii n U- th.irit?. -.-nils n Triiil .if Ilia l'n mini lf(lioil l-rac to All. Oil! ' f the ctuic of ol.l-tiuie f-illure rr mes a urn and i-t.uthti:; i urc for ruptur.- Ir W. S. Uloe 4J0 ." Mam r Ad.iuis. -V . has. ?;". 'j; .I'.Stt, 1 1 : W. '! n tp? r . Ma Is." ' ' !''. - A- - vvH- -V gzfj$?8zj . , JSi-fS -.iiSlV .. "-. .rTji'i.iwifXi'.nt..- mk ri.s t.vNt.:: inwr -.1 ,i mit"! i! t urn-, withau: pi.n. damr r, oj rat!"" , m hour t, I thh f'Om '.. ti.i.'- nk T.j .i iil all iiu Miun. d ..tvl.t h -nd- f-. lit m- -.iff. rr a --e. tru.1 -f hi- xnit...l. a'il tht rt rui li i i earthly rt-tt-n v.h .itu t .. ri h or i-sMj-r. -uouhl not aiait hti.t- Ih f th j. noi.m. ffc As .in iiiManr of till r ni'irk:..' im-thod. th- cur i" -f Ch-rU. I.,-;..;;-. .U.ur. int HI , i- a ueU'tJin. i.tv- of intt IIiRn. Mr I.tnci i- a tli iiT'fr,.d nhl e.-iitl.- ma-. 7J vars ot nt1. .::. for iKhtti-u...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

' THE KKPT'BJAO: TIU'KSIJ-AY, MARCH 1. WOO. 40"t494ett44ctttt4t LIFE A BURDEN TO AN OLD ENGINEER, FINANCIAL BILL IN THE SENATE. ADULTERATION OF FOOD PRODUCTS. - 1 Rapidly. ir a Tin nun JIUWiii -till ti..d I l.dllt.1 1 ,,' ,. Til Itl in , f i .ii i.i ii t (,. n ration t 30 tne fit I 1 .it til. f..l u . II. Cliivliolm Shut UiuiM-lf Tlnnii:Ii tin' Ilf.m in Hie Oiid 1VII. Itiiililin-. Aldiuh l.xpl.iitis AnieiidliH'iits AiMeed To by the Confer eltee iriililllliltee. S-ti.tte i 'iiinniittee nn M.niiif.ti inn s KeiommelldK Ilv In Sllppllv. t .. n.I .it .i or ). when thev "diould 1 In I'v verv prime l me, in.- .re almost reailv for Hie t,rav. 'Die lire ..r xouth ha-, cone out. tiicf.mnt.iin of Itjllt l . -h iu-tid I'remitute old ai,c' No mattir whit hiouirht 11 ..si the uii, thins- f, r ou t.. . .. i i.. . t I. k lb, ini, l'ie i,r .iti.l the vivi It v of mil Isml It v. air I tip on llf," 'ilirr. .11. .t man Happy Golden Years v--v:.si- i WAS THERE TO ATTEND LODGE. M'LAURIN FAVORS EXPANSION....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

s THE REPUBLIC: THt'KSDAY. MARCH 1. 1900. i ii THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Jsst-ed Bverr Pav In the Tr rTEIJSllERS: GEOllGK KNAPP A CO. Charles TV. Knapp. ltwiJrnt and Geo, sit. George l. Allen. Vic- Pres'tlen. W. H. Carr. Secretary. Officer Corner Seventh and Olive Mreet. iKEI'UUlje BClMMNd TEIUIS OP SirilSCHIlTlOV BAU.T u si.nu.v-i:u:n iMUts a vv ki:ic Vy Mal'-ln Adiwr-Ptgi Prepaid me -ear 1W s months - , . On t- 1 i.t .- uv.ii.. ....... . Am three ). evept undj. -"r " Sunday wiih M-waalo- - : ' -i-t lal mail eduion. aundaj- ; tur.da Mags-m .::.,- ::i caiu:ii i: t uoli.s am HtKiJ- l"er wwt, JaiIv er- t,"K Per week. Jii.'r and Sunaav ll c'n TWU-H-Ui-.EK I-lE PuWWid Sl.oJj ai.J "lliui-Js J ear ' Remit Tu bank liraft. vpre. -nar.ev erier. "" "-'J ''"' ., top raa-nwr t l-out-. ' Cite - r..i i mrr.unlr..iloi.. cannot iuro.J fcnder an ir uuisl-n..- Fntered s t ie post olI.w t s- !" "' " - .-. 1 IH.llHa.Tlt"" t-i-.TXr" Pr.ll Mill. .tf it iti-. i i n ur" .... - tee-i. eij;M.tn una !imih pare-....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

THE EKPUIJLTO: THVBSDAY. MARCH 1. 1900. ler 8J ' - & i 3. If S, s-: V M ! m V Cures Blood Poison A Trial Treatment Sent Free to All Who Suffer From Any Stage of the Disease. Cures Cases That Hot Springs and AH Other Treatments Failed to Even Helc. There Vi liepn dinver,l hv flip State -Medical Institute. 200 i:icktrori Hide. Ft. jayjw, ma., trie most rcmarKnoie moon fclsan cure ever heard of. It has cured ellmsuch Indications as mucous patches in thearnoutb, sore throat, copper colored spot chancres, ulcerations on the bedy andln hundreds of cases where the hair and eyebrows had fallen out and the whole skin was a maps of bolls, pimple and ulcers this wonderful speclti- nns completely thanked the whole bodv Into a clean, per fect condition of physical health. Kvery railroad running Into Ft Wayne lirinn scores of sufferers sfeklnc this new and marvelous cure and to enable thone who cannot travel to realize what a truly mar velous work the Institute Is acenmptlshliiR they -will se...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

u 10 THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. MAROn 1. 1900. k! STEAMSHIPS. riDiv puim Philippine ishmw-via. ! ArAft-bninA HONOLFIA'. Pacific Hall s s. Co.. Occidental Orlfnfl S S '. "'1 Orients'. " P. Co. From San FnntlMM 11. ig-K r. 'h'ni. America Jtaro. Mann I. P'Ut March n. Gaelic. Slaiyli F.-r rate. frf-lsLt - pt ". epplv 10 I. E. Town-ley. ast, l Olive, r j U. Algar -t.. : Olive. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Three Jne for Five Onla. Each Adlttlnnal Lis?. Five Cent. Extra. HK)K Situation wanted lv ircod cook In pri vate Innilly. Ella VUl-on. Ills'; X. Eleventh n. YKK Situation v.anfxl !.- an rtprirnrM .wk. wlllinjr tu v!-:tt in valilns and Ironins: ;.m1 tvfcreii.-o. l?- Franklin. l.AVNDISE3SA ashing to take, home. 1515 v. t-.ltilcr tt. "iIaunDKESS Situation 'y colored Isi.n.!re.s; can die refeieuce. SU Jlorsan St. V ashler end Ironing. SBAmStiIIISS Seamstros would I'l.- a few more encasements in private tanulv ; Jl...) Ier day. Addns r'-J l.ustnla. St. SITUATION- V.-NTim bv a German family in West...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

Ill THE "REPUBLIC: Tni'IiSDAV. MARCH 1. 1000. wV 4H im I iP I i in y 3 a 19 1 m jUP - -T!? .1 r jf w I! yalf iB -it 1 tl I Jfi f -H- '?? r V PERSONAL HEEDS. OLD CLOTIIIXj lSQt'GXIT. ,, , HlGHi;T ii luij f .- -!- an'l rnt , .-S"11' cist oft ..lo niie -nJ i-t.il 1jM" IX- UIGHEsrr cull iiu ij Jf la-li" anl s'n. iemns rai-tr tiiin.. ali. jn--" '"all , , rentl postal a J aiili.r .V " Ualnut f. OP1 ICI l. vvArtRAN-i ku --..tta r'J -i-rtarif nttej -o tldt Mfg. j. 7.3 I.HUt M I)Ui:--M UIM.. fflElIOELTAlfS rr. ii:tinr A.Jm et-rr ioca inoroUK' n u en' uuihi nukint t-iir Tl Rarirents wh.te Villi i .XU3 N til net TAlLOU-llAHh Mill- U , rait-N-.l-t kirt and rhirl ujims -. . . . .--aVi -..llvfattioa. ET-ar-.iteetl. aladaia. !l suit ir in: i isj-m. i ii i i ix-.n-t v:t ij h 'V 1 Hit I ,.' .. 'I. J J i.lt -I-. it rid - ni i- s v i: -tioi:. I th- CI-' --tOI rln 3- T-r--atr if opera'.-r.. li all-Hl..i - i ii . . di ll J.rg Jiiw ;.-jtfe . HO-i - tl! . .. .-c uti 720 OLIVE ST. tin : . in i-t; Rational ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

12 THE REPUBLIC: TIITTKSDAY. MARCH 1. 1900. WHEAT WEAKEIEI AID CLOSED LOWER, IDT CORN UIGHAI6ED WHEAT MADE A GOOIJ 5TAUT AND ADVANCED SOME, lU.'T nnOKC AWAY SHAItPLY 1.ATEIU CLOSING LARGELY LOWER. COtlJt MAtlKUT WA1 AT A 5TAM1- still axd siovnn niT i.itti.k, clomx; r..cn.v4;i;o. DATS NOMINALLY UNCHANGED. Office JSepubllc. Wcdnrs-lay. February 15. lAfl. There svas not much chaiiRe early to Gay to the praln situation takon a? a xvhole. speculatively or otherwise, and a sreat part of the time slow. ploddlnc and julet markets were experienced. There iras very little news of auy Kind owlns to wire troubles on account of the storm and no news or important developments of s. character calculated to arouse enthusiasm on the part of either bulls or lwars. The cheaper grains were especially unlntercr-t-lng, thev ruling: dull and flupld nil throjRh the 8esidii. Hut In the ca;e of the hlfiher-prk-eil ccrtal things were different. tliouKh there nas plenty of room for improvement. Trading tc-day ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

fjq - 4 SSI 13 THE REPUBLIC: THX'ESDAY. MARCH 1. 1000. M FINANCIAL. RAILROAD Tift JOURNAL jr. H. LEE, rrwidmt. GEO. n. HOPPMAN. 'ashier. J. K. FRANCIS. Vice rresIdenL K. T. STPRCIKON. AssL Chlcr. A. U SIIAI-LCltiU, Id Vice. PresMenL D. A. PHILLIPS, il AnL Cashier. I.OLI3 -IIMK. OF E TABLF U in: i jl 4M 1 1 I I I ;? S IE The Merchants-Laclede National Bank, Of St Louis. Condensed Statement of Condition at Close of Business, February lo, 1000. RESOURCES. Zash and Sicht Exchange. . , ins, payable on demand Ik " at fixed dates Unfcd Stales Bonds PreSinrn on U. S. Bonds Otter Bonds, Slocks, etc Real Estate.......... LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Trouts Circulation United States Bond Account... Deposits, Individual " Banks and Bankers. -" United Stales J7 vmmzmmmmmsmBu )2SmtKtWWJ5Skk2zp "-nji e.u twflHI1 IBSssssssssRiSeSssl-niPlBBSHBSsssBTaiBsssssS lllaarisKpaK sssssssssssssssliHOTllCiSsrnaaHSBiBsssllirB isH ssrF fltKtVasP IsSlllt:! Sr 98 NEW BUILDING ST- LOUIS TRUST CO...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 March 1900

1 11 THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, aiARCH 1, 1900. BUSINESS COLLEGE ON THE SIDEWALK. Eldcn Moniua Furniture, Desks, Typewriters and Books Carried Out. Will Cur a cold in On Day LT1VE BRONO QUININE fABLl HE WAS BEHIND ON RENT. HERE 15 POSITIVE PROOF OF ITS POPULARITY AND MERIT Eviction From His Printing Of fice Also Threatened Moran Claims lie Could Soon Have Paid Up. rRDlLClBlECOWOT. uvancooi rmiftw; i orrtsta la Ammo. ill miniii! , i i "" U"" " won sis&wSsSSsKSSHssaai tsswri JnTg. I , -, -ilT7 -Tfrmm j iii I ECRA- rjsTKJUBragnt; uwr. ttsIT I K- 1 While the snow and wind made things uncomfortable yesterday afternoon, the fur niture In the apartments on the second, third and fourth floors of No 1110 Olive street, belonging to Elden Moran's Business College, was carried and left on the side walk. The faculty of teachers and stu dents followed the furniture. The ejectment was the result of nonpay ment of due for two months' rent. At the same time, Moran's printing oftlee. at No. J23) Pin...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. I . I In S. Lonta. Oni T?TfTF! i 0Mlde . l"l J.VAVJUOB TralBi, Thr One Cvmt. ST. LOUTS. MO.. FRIDAY. MARCH 2. 1900. NINETY SECOND YEAR. Tuo Casta iree Cento. DETERMINED TO FORGE IT THROUGH. Administration IJcnl on Stcurins It:iti0c;ition of I lav-Pa uih-p- fote Tifjilv. TO BLOCK THE CANAL BILL Systematic Opposition to tin- I lop burn Nirnniiia Me;isniv r- nmizfd lust riu-t inns to Uepublk-an LVaili'rs. jiKrrni.Tr" sn:ri.i Washington. March 1 -The administra tion lias made up its m!n! to force, if pos sible, the ratification of the P.uinccfntc-Hay treaty. and 'a'5 given Instructions to Re publican leaders to prevent th- passage cf the Hepburn NIcaraguan Canal Mil In the Hcuso pendins the treaty's, ritifioatlon. Evidence developed to-day proving o n clusively that the President and State De partment are in a plot to Mock the NIcara guan Canal bill in the House. Representa tives Payno and Cannon. Republican House leaders, had a lone talk with President McKinley ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MAKOII 2. 1900. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. RISINKSS. IMsco-Jnt rates were 5 I" I"cr cent for call and time loans. Clearances. JMK1T3; balances. $53. IK. New York exchange. Jc discount bid. Ijc discount asked, Nsvv Or leans. 3c discount lad, par naked; louls vllle. l'v discount biw par asktd, Ch.- ago, 10c discount bii". 1V discount asked: Cln cinr.aii I"e dl- -mint hid, !r askt.l. The local wheat market closed firmer at 0V b. Manh. V-jt.iV b Ma ; TJ4c b. Julv; 71 V"""-1" 'N"- - r''1- Cora '!-cd low'er ata n. March, ?TV b. May: 33"ir c Jul: 51-x'iC Nil " while Oats el.-c-l ax rive n. March: -MSai's' May: IUe No. i At Chicago wh.vit eloNtl lilubcr at 61'n.e li March; C,i"-Sc u. May; M?4c n. Jul. t.orn closed steady at K',&V Sept.; nPafiV li. May; II V July .Oats closed at Sc a. March: 35V-c Ma; "rv,iSc Jul. Te local mark, t for standard mt! pork closed steady at Jlu.i) tor rew. and at !1 :" f..r old. Piinie st am lard closed siead at S5.W. choice at Jj.C. Tlie l...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

p- THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MARCH" 2. 1300. STORM OF PROTEST FROM REPUBLICANS. AMERICAN PARTY AGAIN AMBUSHED. road! Committee, asked unanimous consent to authorize a committee, consisting of tho Secretaries of the. Treasury und Interior nnd tht Attorney General, to settle the n drbtednens of tho Sioux City ind Pacific Railroad ngilnst Ihf Government. Mr. Rldgley of Kansas objected. A Mil was ikisvsI to grant nn American register to the steamer Windward, with wlili It Lieutenant Peary Intend t' rmko f.,1 AT,.r t.. .a. 1..I. tSu V...I ll fl.. -.I I .... ,. ... IV'.fl ..' ...., Til.. .,lt. i M.iuii tin n again sought to ca: up tho Former President ITarrison ami Other Indiana Leaders Con demn Puerto Kican Hill. Another Park Train Captured liy I'ilipiuos ami One Soldier Killed. V jfi. m fy gb V WILL APPEAL TO THE SENATE. Only Indiana Congressman W'bo Opposed the Measure Congratu lated by Ilepnblican Ofiitv holdprs Changed Opinion. KRpamac stctai.. Indiar.apoli. Ind.. March 1. The passage Cf...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

TITE EEPT'BLIC: FRIDAY. MARCH 2. 1900. ROBISON WORRIED BY TEBEAU'S TEAM. Fact Thai His St. Lmiis Clith Is Strictly I.ojins Dors Not Moth er the Sititve De llass. DOES NOT DESIRE MERCER. Thinks His I'itt'Iiin ic,iiiirtiin.Tit I'l-clty (inmlas It Stands Form al AMtnincttTli:il St. Louis Will I!p Satitit-i!. m:iTKi.:.fi-:M vu Cleveland. O. March l.-The evident fact that unlc.-s something Is done to strengthen the St. Louis: Club th.it organization may possibly trail along at the tail of an eight cIgIi league does not seem to worry Presi dent Frank De Haas Robisim In the least. Save In a general way, lie declines to die fus his St. Louis Uam. If h- has any plans they are too vague to be Riven In detail. When s-hovvn .1 dispatch from The Repub lic asking for information regarding the team. Mr. U.hi-in said to-night: "The ieop!e In St. Loui.- need not worry. We will have the strongest team that ever rt;-rs,ntil the city. That is all 1 care to say about it." "Have you decided how. when or ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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