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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

TITE UEPFBLIO: FRIDAY, JLMIOR 2. 1000. w i 4 M fe GITY IS EMERGING FROM ITS ICY GOAT. New Cold Wnvf and High Wind Which AYrrt' IMvilirted Failed to Arrive. DAMAGE WROUGHT BY STORM. Most of the City Still in I.irUr.rs Tmiii Sorvitv Handicapped Strv't Cars Kiiiming Cases of Destitution. Tho new cold wave an.l hi-.li wind pre dicted for St. I-.uls yesterday failed to ar rive, ."octnr Hyatt .--.plains tills l Sa.i.nit thar the appr--achlns storm split near Kan ras City. ..art if It solnn to the north and Hart to the south. The danger from crosses! wires Is rtlll so preat that lift nlpht Supervisor of City UKhtlnc O'Kelll) refused to allow the cur rent for street llqht to he turned on. a--i-crt In tne underBroun.l district. A number of fire-rjann wires nro still down. In rervalrins: these breaks. Superin tendent Ucnedtet his adopted the unusuil method of cuttlnc telephone- wires ind usins them for the Tire 1-vpartnient service. The street -eir service was sreatlv Im prov.sl nsterd.i. The...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

n THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, MARCn 2. 1900. l 3 i- I. I -! I- s .y I '. r' T I" r- I; r !-t THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Issued nerr Pay In the Tear. PUBLISHF-ItS: GEOltCE KKAIT A CO- CtariM W. Knarp. President ar.l Clen. -IT. Georce I. Allen. Vice President. V. 11. Carr, Secretary. Office: CorntT Secnlh anJ Ollie Street. otEiriiuc in n.nix. TEIUIS OF SUIISCI'.HTION. DAILT AND SUXPAY SKVUX ISSUES A WBI3C. Br Mall In ASvance-rostur Prfpali On. re.r Jf" fix month : TJirc months '?' Any three dajs. except Sunday, one year.... 3.01 Sjn&.ey. ulth Mrailne - JJ Fl-ecUI snail edition. Sunday J'J? Sunday Jlafrazlrie 1J BV CAIIRIER PT. LOUIS AXD SUBUKlta. Ter week, dally oly c een! Per e-k. daily and Sunlay J1 1" TVICE-A-TVEEK ISSl'E. Fablished Monday and Thursdvv on yr..l 0 Kemlt by bank draft, expres.. mcr.y crtr. or registered letter. Adarc5 the nnrrBUf". St. Louts. Mo. CTne.Vctrf communications cannot be returned cader any circumstances. Entered at the port office at St. I-outJ. Ifo.. aa fecrnd-...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

sis- THE REPUBLIC: FEIDAY. MARCH. 2. 1900. it EV i? f i V I 11 JtjSwL fi r Xvtr v?i t 3v I A SUIT OF WHITE. 3N every cake of Ivory Soap there are 100 X ti it !;!- fal 'D-f n complete buii& ui dressing, put on a the entire body SI lather. Take the suit off with tepid water and you will remove with it all the impurities of the body which have been carried to the surface through the pores. Use a pure soap for this. IVORY SOAP 995. PER CENT. PURE. teai&MTii rTcectcit es oci Barr's Cafe Is Just trio piaa to rest, re fresh onc'b nicmory and revise the shopping list when downtown for a day's purchasing. Weli-cocked food, daintily served at mod erate cost, will be ready every day. COTTON STILL HIGHER. Spot Ruled Dull at an Advance of One-Eighth Cent. RniTJBLIC srnciAi New York. March 1. Continued excite ment In cotton carried prices still higher to-day. but in the afternoon the Kaln was materially reduced. The market opined at an advance of 2 to IS points, and further advanced 1 to ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

8 THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MARCH 2. 1900. a re- P STEAMSHIPS. IIQltl rillUX PHILIPPINE ISLANDS VIA JAr'An-tnlnA honou IX. Pacine Mali 8 -t to., Occidental Oriental 8 S Co. and ilrlenlai 6 fi. C Prom ban Fnrcln: Hong-Kong. China America Mam, March 7. Peking. March 35; Gaelic. March a F 1- rate, freight or MS rarr. apply to I. E. Taon-lfy, act. 431 OHie. cr J E Algar. act. !v3 O lie SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Three "Mr.es for File Cents Enrh Additional I-ie. Five Cents Ertra. OEXCRAL HOrlWOUK colored rlrl would tiki- a placo to do general iiou-e.iork. 4kA Fairfax ai e. - - HOUSLKKEPEE Pc-lfni as licu-eki-eiier by young imaii lil to re jHrinan. nt ns a l.vme is desired -tt or coui.tr-. AJJs 1 an-1,1- UapiT. ... rn.tr Cliy. Ill . "iioCsi:Kra:ri:it rr-r-. mMo. educated mid- . d.--ged la-' nn vtMx- iv-itl n as Ht-ct- tiou-k-,t.r r lumiuium or u-n-c li iall.l reference, mi objection u lt-a1nj cu Ci. Krpahlie. "' laENPRC-o itu-itlon ly col red lai i!re to 50 ou: b the di r Irlnc hemr. 7 Mo.gan ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FIUDAY StfAKCIT 2, 1000. 9 3 f t REAL ESTATE Dwellings, $800 to $80,000. Big Interest Paying Property, 7 to 12 Net. Business Property Business Corners. Prices Cut 20 to 40 Per Cent. MARCH REAL ESTATE PRICE BURREWL FISHER & CO., 714 CHESTNUT. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. J.T"CTICX X'tlce The St Louie, Iron Mom. till end Sks-tlcn lUUInkt CVtnpan?. New Tort, jja 15. l?-0 Notify ! hrrrtjj ulien that tha annual n.tlnc t ll-e Fledinc! lera of the bt. Louts Irun Mo.inta.la arl southern Hallway Corctjan) will be h-1 1 lit the cfmpan' off.ee tn the 1tj cf St. lulj. 'o. n Ti-eaJaj March IS, Psx. at s o click a n. so- the ciettlin of thirteen etreter fcr the ensuing jear. and for the t-anctlur. of an olLer lunne that mar com? lifora ald mrellna. The annual me'tlng cf tt-e directors will If helJ In the me ofn- en the sarne day at 12 oc!oik rK-tn Tbe trans fer hooKs will re etosei on Turway. Jicuarf to lj&, at s o cluck p m.. and recpeneu oa dne.dj. MaxUl 14 lO at :0 o"cl .ck a....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

3- 10 THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MARCH 2. 11)00. r MARKETS QUIET, BUT WHEAT FIRMER, WHILE CORN WAS EASIER wheat nxiimiTKn coNsinnn.uii.i: FIUMXi:S AM. DAY AM CLOSKII M.IG11TIA" IIIGHIIH. NEWS OF ALL KINDS SCARCE. cotDiTios m;M.isn rem roux, XARKHT nil) .NOT IIKSPOMJ AM CI.OoKIl RASIBR, OATS WERE A LITTLE BETTER. Office Republic. Thursday. March 1. 1W The speculative Brain markets locally this morning -were la a dull, net to say ptagnant. condition and during most of the time there was little or no movement to prices, which hung around In an almlcs way at about where they closed yesterday and opened this morning. Speculative trading was again nearly at a standstill and nothing of a definite nature f to the probable course of the different markets was de veloped, until well after the noon hour. T?h37i too firmness which was found to underlie the hlsher-prlce 1 cereal became more prominent, and values, which had early f hown a disposition to seek a higher level, advanced quite sharply and f...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FEIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900. II s FINANCIAL FRANCIS, BRO. & CO., 410 Ollvo Street, r XEW VORK STOCK EXCnAXGE. .., J stow York cottox exchange, .ncaouca CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE. V. CHICAGO BOAHO OF TRADE. DIRECT PRIVATE VIRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL MARKETS. LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS. Union Trust Company of St. Louis Accents accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals, Pays interest on daily balances subject to check and on tin.,. Makes InvBStmaats for estates, widows and other persons. Special attention to the business of women. FINANCIAL M. KOTANY, 409 OLIVE STREET, Stock and Bond Broker. Local Securities a Specialty. Wn.CLtttIe.rrM. F.P.nays,V.r. IIJ IJttle.Sec LITTLE & HAYS IXVESTMEXT CO. Phones. Klnloch A 1SI6. Bell Mala 1SS9. 33 X FOURTH ST. Dealers to municipal bonds, local stocks, bonds and com. Orders ot other exchanges promptly executea by private wire. H4V FOR SALE JJLO) Pelrc Twp.. Lawrence CVx. Mo., le-7 4s. JM.C- Dada Co.. Mo.. 10-39 4s. J4i).; U. S. of Mexico ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 March 1900

!2 QTHE REPUBLIC- FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 1900. i r 5t DUNN'S JEWELRYjJI are now c!lrlrjc rrrat bsncalns In Jewelry of all descriptions- Lnrtls Gold M-lc Am. L-sver Watcher, S3 to K. I-a-lle' Killed Ga. tt to J10; OentV Filled Caw J to $10: St KJncm. barrings and Pln. reaiMnable. alo musical ln trumnit and miscellaneous a;ood. Money loaned en all articles of alue; lowest rata cf latere t. . & MONEY TO LOAN rn uattkrs. Diamonds, Jewelry. Etc The most liberal advances made at the lowest rates of interest. Ilusincss strictly confidential S. VAN RAALTE & CO., 213 N. Seventh Street. Itranch at 12 and II Southtt'ourth Ft. ESfPrivaie loan department: lw private en trance from rotunda of Holland Uidg.5,l BEN BARNETT & CO., Q 607 P,NE STREET. jL JL Money to Loan OS PERSOXAL PROPERTY. UNREDEEMED PLEUfJES FOK SALE. Business Confidential. c UI'PE AfSC-lllTnACH.nI10N Ilrcodnaj Tern, ilain is aioney &aitu. 11 jirK j-i. 4i Is Ever-here. I Established 1S7X UT llATE I ICKETS. THE Republic '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

!VAAWVUA PART L I I S PAGES. I ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC ! I, Priotbd IB TWO PARTS. ST. LOUIS. MO.. SATURDAY, MARCH !)()(). -- IlK '. I.ools. One Cent. T?T( ;Tt40Mi!iI m. I.c.ui.. Two Centa. - A '""' li Tratit. Three Cent. NIXETYSECOXD YEAR. ROBERTS IS PUSHiHe TOWA! TO GIVE BACK TARIFF TAXES. THE FREE STATE CAPITAL House Votes to Return Revenue Money to Puerto Rico But the Tax Remains. He Pitches Gamp at Osfontein, Six Miles East of Paarde- berg. r THE K, A W IK Dill Passed at Ihc Instance of the President, to Whom Absolute Power in Using the Millions Is Given. The rtepuUlc I'.a'''ii, :! Ft i.l l : . i". mla A "K"a'ilnaton. March 2. Stamicded bv Ci- ib d of protests against she Puerto Rl nil tar.lT act. v.ii'ch the Republicans put through the House tinder whip and -pur Wednesday, t-irte was a hasty eoniert-nce of His President's udvrsi r at the While House nrly this morning. Republican lead ers of the House were present in addition to the Cabinet, and the President w? ur...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, rARCTT 3, 1900. $ t ; lit 9; i- i n i ! ; r TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. BUS1NKSS. Discount ratrs were 3 to 7 per cent for Call and time loan". Clearances, yi,iW2!: balances, S3H.271. New York exchange Ita discount bid. IMc discount asked; Now Or leans, :5c di.soount hiil. par asked; louls ville. 10c account bid. p.ir asked: Chicigo. par bid. 10c premium usked; Cincinnati, Me discount bid. rar asked. The local wheat market closed higher at C3'c b. March; C'VtC May; C,tCPi.c b. July: 71V-Ci721-c No 2 ml. Corn closed higher at SlCc n." March. S'jSKrf Ma : r3i-.J4C July; Sf-c Jfo. ; white. Oats che-etl jt 2Uc n. Mnr&h; 2ic li. Ma; riMtllc No. 2. , At Chicago Vihrat closed hlqlier at M'ie K M.irch; filc a. Mav 'V,ac J"- -Corn closed lower ..t 3."ec 1' pt.: 3I:." a. Maj: 31'iC a. Jul. nt clo-sl at c u. March; 2SV2S'c ila : -' a. July. The -local market for standird ihk' pork closed steady .it J10 5O for new. ami .n J11.23 for olti Prime steam lard steady at C 60c: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

I '(:-'- THE REPTJBMC: SATURDAY. 3IAECH 3. 1900. S F r ( As 4 J ( 8 ,x SAYS THE TREATY WILL BE RATIFIED. JQav-I'jiuncefotp Compact, Pt'iiatois Declare, Will I.o Unshed Through. VOTE WILL BE VERY CLOSE. Mark Uanna Is Urgim; Approval as a Condition Tron-de'it i "ii-aniuan 'anal Legislation. ..nv.-ni.ic srKCi.M, Wab.lmtton. March 2 Serai lr Davis. 'Iiairrnan of the Senate Committee on lor flsn Relations, to-day admitted that the jrlaj-rauneefme treaty lv to be rutliel JhrouRh tho Senate with all po?sible stt-.l ) as tn head off any Mtt.rnpt to m- th Iticar.icua. "anal b.ll In advance of th. trvaty's ratification. "Tii treaty will lie r.-porled to the Son nte the f-arlies-t practicable moment." sab! tho Senator. "It will bo reported. 1 believe, Vittio'it amendment." Several other Hepubliran nipralri of the emmittee are willlne; t lie quoted as sav ins that the treaty villi be ratified. sllliouRh it is admitted that the vote will be unrom fortanlv rloe Ac-.irlin; to the pn-fr.l j-rosrram...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

Kn r THE REPUBLIC- SATURDAY. MARCH 3. 1900. it ii. n. ANDES GAME AGAIN UNDER THE WHIP. xFlin Arthur's Hoise Itan :i frinlii- :ibk IJjne With Weight Up at Xw Oilcans. MITCHELL ON THREE WINNERS. Kight Dower Smothered Mi Field Klsmnre Itcat Km-nit; by a Xariow .Margin Siatira Final I v Seoifd'. liBprni.ie sp:r! t. New Orl-an. I-!. 3!.r.-o "-njnw lllltc Andes. xbo ha time and again this winter proved that he evil sail xxilli tin- tutu of them, never ran a t--iler or a fiaiwr rjco than ho did this :.itoriiivm in she mil" handicap, the featuie hi tin- card. Hiving lumps of weight away lo n. h good oil- as the Morris colt. Trlnoo of terotua and Ilic 7Cr Vaughn, lit .-nrrled li". ponuds like :1 Thoroughbred and standing a drixc oi three furlongs, beat the Trine, n head oil tin pot. An! got av.vx In f..int. int. mak ing H lipping; p::ce with thai weight, vl.is used a little too inteli and the irttii e and lYirbush passed Mm. In the tticUli the 31orrp colt had tv.o length, the ie-sl of It, hu...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MARCH 3. MflO. WEST END OFFICES FOR LEASE, ODEON BUILDING, Grand and Finney Avs. We liave been apuojntetl Agent for this BitiMimj. anil would lie please.! to nego tiate with Musician, Doctor ami Dentists for the few remaining offices. The building is incleni in evcrv respect, and great care and thought lias leen given in the arrangement of the oifiecs. We also have for rent several stores in this building. Open for insjection. Mercantile Trust Company, Sth and Locust. MR. CLEVELAND IMPROVED. Fays I lo Is SiillVrinj; From Uhfii matif (ioiif. Princeton, N J.. March i Tlie reiwrts of th illij.-ss if ei-l'r.-lil.nt Grover ilev -land, nrcoidlng to Ids physician, luive l.s-ii xaggeratrd. He s.ys .Mr Cleveland has had .mother nttmk cf rheumatism, wbit h has lately eonllnetl him tu the house. There Is a feeling In Princeton, however, that Mr Cleveland's health In not us ro bust ub It was some months ago The only Information given out nt ili Cleveland hruse Is tlut th...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

TTIE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MAROII 3. IflOO. '" THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC i Issued Tirtry Day In th Tear. I PUBLISHERS: GEOKGK KNAIV CO. Xnsrira W Knapp. President and Ge.n. SIKT. W. It. Oarr. Secretary. Office: Corner Seventh and Ollee. Street. (REPUIILIC Jlt'II-DJXGA TERMS OF SmSCRllTIOK. DAILT AN1) SUXHAA SEVEN ISSUES A WEEK. H Matl-In Advance fostare Prep-M. One ".car " ' tMx month 3 . iTt-.re- months '' An three das. except Sunday, on year.... ' ;Min1rt. with Masnzlne fl-ecUi mall edltl.m. bundav ' tu-...i. Macazlne '" JIV CVItRII.R ST LUCIS AXU StUrK'B1 Per week, dalH er.'r Scent ! k dalle and Sands v " C,D'" TWICE-A week ISSVE. Published Monda and Thur-la -one. jcar..Jl. Remit by bank drift, fiprw". money order, cr teclstered letter. . Addre5 tiik RKrrni.if". St Leuls. Mo. 5 C3"RejecteJ cirr.miinlTtloPa cannot l returned -a-aer any circumstances Holered at the post oftke at St. Louis. Mo.. ' f-erond-cla matter domestic ifisTAor rr-R COPT. nirtt. ten and iweH. urn. 1 cent XteeTl- ff...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, tf ARCH 3. 1900. ercanfile' Trust Company, Eighth and Locust Streets. CAPITAL, S750.000.00. Sl'RPLUS, SSOO.000.00. mrcTOEv Ixzcazo E. Andrrson. Geo. Warren Brown, James W. Bel!, Paul Brown, James G. Butler, Janus Campbell, L. D. Doner, C F. Gauss. Henry Gneseaieck, '., C H. r.iiUan. One of the pri-alest r-m-mit-s of a pnoil cup of f-olToi i. the eoncc- pot. (looil colTec bean-; will not make pood coflee if m.tde in a poor coffee pot. You can maLo a cup of jiooil coffee in--taiitly with l.laiikt-"-Juick-Cu) Fluitl Coffee by the ad dition of hot water. !No coffee pot Js neccbary. We stand back of the excellence of the coffee with our reputation as the met i-xpert blenders and rreatc"t promoters of 3ii!h-rade colTee; in the world. To uehad of all dealers. High Grade -l-c Sel-ct ...... "oc Golden 2"c Amber. loc Each of the above is equal to ore pound of coffee. 6311-1 TEA Aun BR.KhnAS,,YJn ib s t wa.F.ii&soyiTi.r.uu. ST. IOLIs. MO. Ban's Cafe I" just tho pia-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

8 THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, irAROH 3. MOO. If Mr in III 1- CREAM 4KING Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, Superior to every other known. Makes delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit, griddle cakes palatable and wholesome. PRICE CAKING POVVQCn CO.. CHICAGO. FAILURES PAST MONTH NUMEROUS AND HEAVY. COMMERCIALLY. HOWEVER, THEY ARE MODERATE. Flour Trust and Third Avenue As signments Run Up the Gen eral Average. New York. March 2. It. C. Dun's weekly rcview of trade will say: Besides the S51 commercial failures for $3,931,013, which were reported to-day. there were in February six banking failures for $10,121 and receivers were appointed for the United Stales Flour Milling Company, with $23,000.00) of Etock and $15tvv-Ji of bonds authorized at its organization last April, and for the Third Avenue Itallroad j Company, after liens for several millions had been placed upon the property. Un less separated lrom such events, commer cial failur...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

WWIWWWI HW, THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. PART II. 8 PAGES. .AMVWWl XIXETYSECOXD YEAH". ST. LOUIS. MO.. SATl'IiliAY. MAJH 'II !)()). Cent. 1 . Cents. J.t,XXJ. i (Jn .,.P.tlllB TIirp rrc Crlifn. BISHOPS APPEAL TO METHODISTS. TAYLOR'S LATEST . BELLICOSE MOVE, BLANCHE MOLINEUX " DEFENDS HERSELF. 1AL STRUGGLE IH SAPHO CASE, I.Hter Waiiiinir Members That Denomination of a Dan "'r. of Ordnance. Aims and Ammunition Shipped In Loudon. Ky.. ru der Secret ( Milers. Wife of I he I'otldelilll'-ii Mall Till IK oil Her Ai'llse:-- at l.a-t. Itulli Sides l.roiij;hi Their Siroii";- e.sf l-'orees lo l'ear on the I'hn's Mot all tv. WHAT A WESLEY WOULD DO. MUCH SPECULATION AROUSED. SHE ISSUES A STATEMENT. POLICEMAN VAS NOT SHOCKED. I TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC ; j C I Printed Is 3 j I TWO PARTS. VsrVrV'V'tWiAry,rrVsArVJ 4 i -''C ' ' ij ' 'I 'ii ''- ' M Jk v K A nil Paid to lie Losint; Presti Lafji" Cities Uevivals Kef oitiniciiili'd Miist Xo Ltni"T Hold Aloof. r.ri-rni.ir special. New Y"rk. Alarch " Uecau'e of statis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

THE TvEPTTiLTC: RATTTIDAY. MATOTT 3. 10(10. M Hi ll t- f TESTIMONY CLOSED IN CLARK CASE. Money 1Vel in Prnsecntiii"; the f:h:iros Comes From .Marcus Daly. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES. ran-'1' 4,f 1M0 Iiulelneilnoss ill.- Kan.Ii il" Kej, .resell t alive U'.i.hI I'liivhasin K.-al Klate. us ..it. M..-.-V. C-Just ltf.re the ;., i -.in 1.1 .it ti-e S. oate Coinnu:t-e ' j: .;!!: t -d.v. imth lb- prosecution ami il d.-r.ii. in the investigation or the !.--11 i. .f Senator ri.irk of Montana .in to ..n.c.1 th..i they Irnd concluded the pr.- :ui'iion f testimony. Tbeie an- -ome !'-vx-r? 10 be examm.d and arjrunvnt i "till . ;e ic-ird. Arr.ing-m-nt- for tin will be jra 1 to-morrow. Tin' 1 r.mraittee reserves the risht 'o il witn.--cs in It own 1-ehair. but tile f"lin is g. nnal tl.it the a-duous. ran of the work is fini-h-.l A'l witnc--e. call-.! b) cither side have be. 11 excused, and manv of tlieni departed to-night for th-ir homw The investigation 1 egan on January 5 and lip to date ore hundr...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

8 THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, -MARCH 3. 1900. 1' 3 fi f m i: V f A i I NEW INSTITUTIONAL MISSION DOWNTOWN. RVork to I?o Inaugurated on a Scale Xerer lief ore At tempted iu St. Louis. OPTION OBTAINED ON A SITE. Old Republic Ituildinp :it Third :ind Oheslinit Streets to 15c Re modeled 10 Accommodate 2M0 IVisons. St Louis is to have a erf.it !"rl. wn Instimtional Mission. Kivr sinct the il s lr? of the old Rothel Mission on the levee nlmo -t a year ago 1 H. Wolfe, who vv . twcntv-tine jears its Bimdav -school Mip' rit -lord. i't. has been casting about for the r- -renal of the nur'ii or the founding of LT..aiic ne alone institutional eliurt-Ii n A short time ago an option was secured o the olt Kt public building, torner of Th-rd awl ahtrut street, at a price a trifl" . ver the p-ffnt vah of the lot, and run i! Is propose"! to do5 the deal at an pari' . v and romodel the building after :' -.. -ompaitv. mj plans. It is rytimatxl tin' the changes aece."-ary villi cost some $'.""' m'ditional o...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 March 1900

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