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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

in i "V ' " ' " " " '' " ' - "' " " ' '" T' '" ' " U'-.'.M iSuISJ fecTT THE CSTffiUlSEFBBWe. ;? I -&2 OJ'J aj, I ! TrrEnnw WZ7rS V fAGfF ft Mill . &gsys TUr Contrnfi of the Misln Sfrlloa nr rrntepied by Cupyrlslit. AH Jt Iclils I!esei-ied. - PUBUIIPD EVS.UT VUEK. SFKNTII AXDOI.r.n FTnilPT1 FT IL'i HO J! 1 I'Ht TFAR. EtlftJ at th- P-t OM a! Tl I.OUIS. if . II icazS-t'l'i TOl'tr tn Nore?,--. l!r. NEN'ETY-SECOXD YEAR. SUXDAY. .AlAKCir J, 1900. PEICE FIVE CENTS. 1 " " ' " L nrmPtrr v, -77 gTXT8 (1 k Sl2(WS 11 NSMPiifl ' LM pc 4 ,cro----iu ir ffei 'f m o it n i .-" it r?i "', 'si rMii in :-. z zj -sj , u r - ------y J - W - i iter A 351 flii $ n urv I A ,1 Ik i "5 THIS YOUNG MAN HOLDS A RECORD FOR ACCURATE vnuTTr.N- ron thc i vdvt nnrrnuc Rati lie Iiv-d a thousand jears aso r-o would have been a wr Had be dwelt with the l'ilg-Im Fathers of earl New- Hngland lie roisht have been burnt d at tlie stake for beirg iio-sesseJ of a devil Hut fi'e decreed thst Tom P. Wheeler th ul 1 not ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

r t M tf n U & E-i I ffl 13 ri I fi i f I 8 8n 5- t)f sSi f B !. ' t! -t t ; ? 13 1 III I! If it- S 5- I., SnUTTEN- FOR TUB SUXDA- R": . rfl- - Tor eerveral years past the name, aclilovrnj nt. plns and adventuns of Julm 11a s JlBTirmcnd. the noted Arrerlcon mining expe-t. have, bf-n kept before the world l.y th newspapers of two continents. .Little has been told t.f his wife, to whom be confessed ly owes. In a large decree, the eminence bo has attained professionallv. ami the great fortune which has rewarded his labors. This Is purposely the case. for. with wirely Instinct. ard the mocl"tr f her pop e. tr tr.m.Aiui hnc lrervt herself as much Jn the txiekcrounil a !t i pcsslhle fo- a woman of her social position an-1 charmlnir persenality to -eir,iln. Mrs. H-uninond ppent th creiter ptrt of lat week renewing oM analntanee FWp3 end roaldjiff new- frieras in St. IjouIi It mi her first Mlt ir n.mv yea" When last here, rfw was not the wife cf a milllorii-'e anl a lutorv-m.iker. to- f...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

T Sr- i - TTIE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. LATJOIT 4. 1000. t--- re ' (REAL NOVELTIES forthe GREAT FAIR OF i3 ! First of a Series of Suggestions Looking to a Development of Brand New Exposition Ideas. i El - (, ! ffi T i it ft Hi, f.y H. VAk fei Bit i. : i u $-. n i: 3 v ft li n ii c t 1 f n c c t 1 t 1 I 1- I ? f- j i t; if- t i I- 6 h a r F t t t -T t ,i ii 'V i' ' f- I' 1 V -T i v. . i- 1 -t j !- I K 7 t i ir- m h & wiUTTE-v ron Tin: stkdat p.nproiLic. What shall distinguish the Louisiana Purchase Centennial from the World's Fairs which have preceded it? What new things will St. Louis display for the edification of the visitors who will flock to her gates in li0:i? World's Fair work has parsed the speculative stage and the time has come for serious consideration of the question, "What shall we do with it?" That the cilj has a great task ahead goes without saving, and with this fact in view The Sunday Kepublic has begun to focalize thought along lines of special feat ures for the Fair f...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

-2Y '"I TTTE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. IMAEUn 4. TOOO. S 0-T, - CAN YOU MAKE UKIMIm THESE PICTURES? e - The Complete Picture Corrected, Is That of a Wcll-Known Actress. - -emi.- .ii "..it ma a3Bjiernst JSSaeSLiSK &???(''.- fsawsKSSt . ' i&SffSE--. -.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBate ,i I'M", bBm ?SHHIHiiH. ..T:BjBBBBBBBBBBBBBl -.' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT ' W '" 1BBBBWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB -iSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaf JT ' e---?WTPMMMP5?v'it?rTj.aBBBBBBBBBBBBBW bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV ' - v -. fJCfB II - S,VSK&.'ri;i . --K-'I.bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW TBSIiH -CT- .5ldB,BBBBBBBBBBTr'ir ,BBBae ?. -..'BsBBBBBBBBBBBBBw saniieH - "2s-- - $aHnRL ,tftiftiftiftiftiftft ?iHiftift. SSbbubbbbbbbbbbbbbVtc ..:aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB7SEV!. CB -rlH --' Yvz2BaiaiaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV!7& VilBBBBBBBBVaW-BBBBBBBBVBBBBKiBi) aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWSBBBBBBm 'j ''.itElMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl Msa3w5-" --er- --t- - wu,jL..r viFaH v:i .- -- -.,.: .-tSrepBBBBBBBB BB!&E3S.-r " ".-. ' ??- 'F V.--v.iiasaBPSfe aPaaftVaftBftWAaBBBBB...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

h Hi tz-i THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAKCH 4. 1900. lit i i. m- 3 & , 6 Hi ' h i ti: '! Ill III !: l! s' il oj i. H .ti ii. f i 5H :! 1.1 n i if Hi i . t 4 W m r t- i Si ?i J i g r n -M' t I " I- mi Warren's Address. STAND! the ground's jour own. my braves. Will yo give It up to slaves? WW ye look for greener graves? Hope e mercy still? What's the mercy despots feel? Hear It in that battle peal. Read it on yon bristling steel. Ask it. jo who will! Fear j-e foes who 1:111 for hire? Will ye to j-our homes retire' Look bchlnil jou! the 're afire! And before jou, see Who have done it; From the vale On they come! and will ye quail 7 Leaden rain and iron hail Let their welcome be! In the God of battles mist! IVe wv may and die we rouM. But. oh. where can dust to dust He consigned so well. As where heaven its dews shall shed On the martyred patriot's lwS. And the roeks shall raise their head. Of his deeds to t.-ii? Uevcreud John l'ieriont. I.IOC.I.APIIY VICTOR III CO. George MakfpeiHi Tiis ...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, IMAIvCH 4. 1900. AN YOU WEAR YOUR RIGHT SHOE ON YOUR LEFT FOOT? 'X-'s'",--s,-''',-,---"N,,"-' ot oe t An Interesting Experience in Shoeing. ot o . o: -'SQUIRE OF DAMES?" The Pleasant Position Now Occupied by a Young New Yorker, a Sort of .. k McAllister. 04 v 'X i I -X f J written for Tim Sunday m-runuc. What is the ay in which to wear one's Shoes to that the best service and the great est amount of comfort can be secured frotl them? Ordinarily, one would say that the best thins to do would be to get thoes that fit the feet neither too large, nor toa stnalL, Few would attempt to solve the problem by eaylr.g that the best thins to do would be to have them made o that cither shoo would fit either foot, and change them f ron one foot to the other at intervals. Uut that Is the solution given by former Mayor Cyrus P. Walbridge. That gentle man spcak3 from experience. He rays he has for jeara been wearing shoes made on what shoemaker and shoe dealers call a straight ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

1-0 Mi'? m THE 'REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 4, "TOOO. ?-;'i U.I i v ?- ! gil-PE F3M M i' f- fe a. E V" " ' - t - ----..y-'-- "VjNI Pi i lu ll M i i t ! s f .m iBr iviBw iiJir 'UijwjffiWKire I ?i IV if'! If I Pi in m :j I K til R W I-l ! tni U-'l I' ': SI f. i-1 iu fc H'il frS - r 1 I'l i i' r I -M t- i- V- . -I'll f i r ft - - K i. t ' :"', ." 'r ;f r'E f-fe !.- p CJ01- OK TH- WHAT A A4AN WHO SAW GOEBEL FALL THINKS OF THE H v .WRITTEX FOR THE ST,T)AT nBPlTBIJC. The assassination of William Goebel. ISemocratlc Governor of Kentucky. Is one of the most extraordinary crimes In American history, and there Is no doubt that 11 Tril' have a place In history for all time, not only on account of the peculiar manner of Its consummation, but because the political questions involved In this partisan struggle In Kentucky are sure to have a lar'lns sig nificance in the future affairs of the li. publlc Pending the Indictment of pTObablr R flozen men of h'gh and low Ugn, tvtm ere tsuspected of complicit...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MABC1T 4. ISfii). s Ts. :. r ?r 1 a r AFTER COLENSO.-TROOPS AROUND THE WATER-CART. A DHOOLIE-BEARER BEGGING WATER FOR A WOUNDED SOLDIER. j There is no hardship the soldiers endure iji their campaigns greater than that of thirst. It may he remembered that more than once in the Egyptian campaign the mem-ashed into the Nile in sheer des peration after their march through the descit, and drank the thick compound of mud and water to as suage the awful torment in their throats. It is true that the faeilith-s for water supply are greater now, but there are many cases still where the men must depend on what they carry in their own hottles and what they can get by the way. One of the reaons for abandoning Jtyion Ivup, for example.was that there was no water to be had on the top of it. The illustration shows a :roiip of soldiers taking advantage of a military water-cart to refresh themselves. As everybody knows, a severe wound, by increasing the temperature of the body,...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

5.H 1 J I r i- i m m &i I'm m i: :H if ffl ft ' g, II. : ar 8 r M 1 1 llif ISi." Ii' I h li. ; 51 Hi J T 3c, .'-? i ,' i t 3 ft it ji in r j ? ( t. l-t I r i I Ei ,' Ift li i'i tf II '. fit 4 -.?. : m 10 mta ifito oSa rH-rrr-( t?3P ANNS .. v..:, i!'ffll'irV"P' fM v - ,. , lMfrs--,a Ill if V -' Sfft'" Vll ! Vi "vr ':': 3 fi'"11 ,vf m Y r,r , MvwW$' l f' " ' 'ifr V "j C n abm vi ''.111 K S , j j st III K' il Scene Th Hyphen Hotel. Persons Dollyd'mple, the girl; Mrr. Van Hipper, the chaperon; Tommy Tackle, the man. and bthers. From behind the palms comes the music of Mendelssohn's "Spring Song," laughter. conversation and the clink or cups. Argument It Is like thi. Dolly Deepdlmple hes refused Tommy Tarkle at a dance Riven by Mrs. Van Hipper the previous evening. They have all met to-day as though noth ing had happened. Drdly feeling that Tom mie's proposal will kep In cold storage, is very cay. Tommlo Is pale. Mrsv Van Hip per Is sweetly sympathetic Dolly (to Tommie): "Won't you h...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

? w 1 ! I I : i t L. .T FT V PLAYING K W, , k 'A!9. iA, .-- i f L.. t 7$ l A ' v-x icu. 'Jr VRI7TC?: KOUTIiasiTMiAY RCri-DJjr- The winter course or instruction for di minutive, members of the imperial family l'-a Just cpem a at Castle -Czar- Village." nd it's til easiest, most elegant and rich est in results Imaginable. The children are taught religion, lan cuuses. geography a.d tho history of art ur.J of grout personages si-.d nations in cluding their own. By ocular demonstrj- !oa. they learn economics, ccoklr?, needle work and management of servants and th l:jsthold by having- a menage or their own with chancellory and treasury everything on a tnwt elaborate scale. Serious pur pose pervades the whole etabllshmnt. the mlcs for Insurlrg Instruction are stricter than In any public school while no hotel is managed on a more bu'iness-like tcale than this boarding-hotLw. whtre Imperial high nesses play at "landlady. Yet there ore no laggards. The children den't know what It la to have n...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

n V- II THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAttCTI 4. 1000. 12 KC- 'I ?K oo i3 r 1 iRS A woRiiGTiijEMliciTo TITLED IDLENESS. o o o 4 HE PREP o 3 Ji 13 & '! ......UAAilUAA4MlMMMMMMIMMMMM44444444UAMUM4MMM44MM4MMi4'K4fMft17VVVTTTT.r. V"V""V Ill !1 t444444444s4 I Storv of a Young Nobleman Now in New York f ft ;cv 5S i&Z P J? '5. 1 8 ' il-j W "J I-J V. .. t .r IB : liS'.iT b ! 1 ' if I? r:: J ". V : K..- ?K : K ' Si R1T S. 4. :ft Rf. ?: E': fcS ' V I fc F-l u $ ft vr.iTTcr ron the pi-nit ;:i:i rri.i T'e nor!'1 .!- .. hear i-vi r ii.iv "f a inn who pmvc ly !it . : tn.it ''' would rat! or !k- a d-.ctor :ii Airnri. .1. " if has to work f--r The iiO"itit. trio a Prince lr. Austria. !.o the isittun came with his I.iith and without, any ; fort upon his part. Of course, the vrori 1 hoars ci-ery now and 'hen of thise who lay they would rather I"" Aim r:.-a:i .': zrs than a'.l thv Princes an I iitent ' of foreign countries that the wvrM 1i.- err known; but the. people mho make the-e statements are peo...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 31 ARCH 4. 1900. ij mimm ROM ILA S n7) srH' f 9 y v gi:! nr - w ..'J sJTKn d$ L w 5S '. i aisai (ZZZ&Mi l9tms2SS S A C-v A -sa... 13 ifB5 x ail- PMjA 1 jtj. 1 alJPl aaJ w m O a M orJV vj&j ; ,-. .--- - If- S? V i s rr- --w lfesJ sff . : . ' wanHW&y: 1 tl i- ssB'tsili If fy -r aa-' jEasr-Svli fa . Kii 8 r ' s J Btes: V i 1 I (B tvlliil to- M&W3 ' W j v535j viS- V..r'.- - (' ,''' e? .'r. 4 J - tlrlS A vW if? s -. ra v r - ?: - v .&" - 'SsS. J V5,--5i -- ; ?3r- . vLL-sri?-.- Sr-KJ-JS-' f'-r3FLS'V. .Va" :-TT.JiAV-.t- .. i- 5 ---; aMBi-3ttffife? ..-3fsi J' (? M 111 Vi(lrs 7Cj- ..r r - 5lK$ j KMat aUiS ' 5 SJjJ' vb&sMrj Wv tJtsxrf fc JS.- " .&rv. & f&sss." SOTi 4 yv rr- j rc " .1 r - I FSSIJ .-J i-E2B & WH..W. . V .ti?;VA?:A Y'ri:w v5y lintjj 1 '. IWJT i - -B ? && &sxzSi&.'rMf ; vx'.s'Zitxvz?f. mms. -".i '-c-.fST .-"- -rlf-Ar. 7i7&rff&.'t v 21Z-Zi fr &&mr'. 4 ' -4:?Qar.'f. "?rxV-. cv - " vfe . - ...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 March 1900

rH- S7 i $ It Ji 'I s. 7 X- 14 SPRING MILLINERY AS Epectal CorrcfPonurr.ee of Tie Scndav licpulitte. Paris, IVb. 15. "What of the coming hatsV They arc beautiful as to color, becom ing ah to shape in fact, are perfect ex amples of the milliner's art. At Kill?' the other clay. In the I 'lace Veudome, I was shown a. liower toijue. a copy of which lias ju-t been sent to America. This was made f coarse brown straw vcileil with billow of tulle In the tame shade of brown. Spraj-i of pink ro-es with tlieir green leave were put all around the toipie. built up a tiiilc higher at one side. This hat will be worn back from the face to chow the fcoft puttings of hair. A fetching little hat. with a flat and rather bioad brim. 1 of line rtd straw with :i large ro-ette of red taffeta lib bou. A spray of puppies, with buds and spreading leaves, is put at the left side of the hat. the flowers trailing over the brim at the back. A crilahle poemof a hat is In delicate spring green straw. The brim is fa...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 March 1900

THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. I NDfETY-SECOXD YEAR LOUIS. MO.. MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1001). I.utila. One Cent. PRICE. I.Ie M. I.nlun. Two Cent. Trulna, Three Cent. MgKINLEY'S chances ARE DIMINISHING. ISHOP ADMONISHED THE PRESIDENT. MS Sb tea iuy w APE COLONY. Washington Post, Kegarded as an Administration Organ, &r. He la Losing Strength. Doctor Andrews's Pennon Dmlt With PatriotiMii of (in- Human Kind. ST V K n J V BRYAN GROWING IN FAVOR. President's roller Toward Puerto Rico and the IIay-Paunrefot Treaty Have Tmpaiicd Hi. PreMige. nKrrnL.Tr steciau Washington. Man.Ii t In firse marches reference has beer, made to li the recent msrkcd chars' in the present polit ical atmosphere at the capital. The met conservative political ohsrrvers admit th-it President McKinley V chances for re-rlec-?--.- have dlrrinihfd rapidly within tlio ",-t fCW WCCkS The Washington Rot this morning. In its leading editorial. dlscu-cs the situuton eacdidly. The Pot 1 ai. ir.iepcr.dent Re publican parT. which genera...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 March 1900

TTIE "REPUBLIC: MONDAY, 1UA tiCn i900. ph fci ;i K ; ?T. i iS' f ,; i' .1: t--n fr t i t, l TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. WASHINGTON. Ths Senate will vuto on the finan.-e till to-morrow. The Quay cji and the Puerto Klcan measure will be debated at Ungtti this week. The business of the Hou--e this week will be devoteB largely to the consideration or cortestcd election case?. The Treasury Department 1 already pre rarini; to carry out the provisions of the gold standard law. The Washington Post, regarded an ad ministration organ, says that MeKlnley chanres of re-eicetion are illmlni"'hlng. nnd that Mr. Bryan la growing In favor. An oHlclal report rcclvod from Manila describes, how American soldier?, clad In nature's garb, crossed a stream on raft ami drove out a force of Intrenched Fili pinos ten times their number. LOCAL AND SUBURBAN. Ministers of all denominations heartily Indorse the pfc.n to establish an institu tional mission downtown. The Reverend J. T. Cannon rreached at the Grand Ave...

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

THE EEPTTBLIC: MOXDAY. LARCH 5. 1900. 3 .4 n t $ i I- I V i kh v TAYLOR IN FEAR OF State Gnard Official Explains Why War Munitions Wore Shipped to London. ' PREPARED TO RESIST ARREST. Private Detectives Believe Tliov TIave Kim Down the Leader of the Plot to Assas sinate Goebol. RBPCltUC SPECIAL. Lexington. Ky.. March 4. An official or the Stale Gusrd let out the secret to-night as to why Acting Governor W. S. Taylor Is shipping wax munitions to London, where the Republican legislators met last month. He admitted that Taylor fears he will b arrested on a chargo of treason or other high crime, and that In order to prevent the liemocratlc Government from carrying its ;lan into execution lie will surround him t. -if with cnoush Republican militia to ro ;ci all Democratic civil officers. While Taylor's latest move Is admitted to be a high-handed piee-eJing. the State Guard olhcial s-ys It is necessary In order to rave Taylor or.d other Republicans who 1 a iv lieen managing State affairs ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 March 1900

H THE REPUBLIC: MOXDAY. MAJr7T 5. 1000. SERMONS AND SERVICES IN f HE CH m i IJRCHES" 9! I m m M I A, .J .i'h s't EH B! 4 I" I t !-?' K I? h if- -II It "Sf Mr it' I Clerpyuieu Jiml L:t.r-un Indorse the IthjiospiI I'tmiiinv, n luiiin tionul Mission Doclm IX K. Hiinunn I'njulif.s on I'eiiciiltiiiii' The Keveroml .1. T. Canuou m the .U'ccpt.ibl" Yc-n of Uu Ird The Reverend T. C. C-irlelon on Tiihiim I'l-evjileme or ii-nii. lilinj: by (lie Reverend Al-ittiiews of .liii-kson, Tenn. VIi:il Would Jesus Do? bv Doctor IT. K. Truex of M.u-on. Mo. """". T. ?"'" ,ry '' what he waul.- in to d". PREACHING LIKE PETER'S ON THE PENTECOST NEEDED. At Tn-st Fresbylerian Church. Jackson. Tenn.. the Rove nnd JT. A. Mn.ttt.ews .! liicred a sermon on the prevalence of gambling, and warned mothers against the Inju dicious indulgence of card-plat lug In their home with their children or in their pres eucc. Tho Reverend D. II. Dungaii, pastor of Mount Cabatnte Christian Church. prenche.1 on "Repentance," and u...

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

THE EEPFBLTC: MOXDAY. rAEOH 5. 1000. i V I fl J 1 31 i m N. C I 1 V 1 trine, realizing that there Is in It a seri ous 1 icK. not onlj as reports divine li'ic. hut al-o a retpects divine ju-tice I was glad sunn- jeirs ..n to note thit some ot our Preshvtcrlun lml- w. re so moved li lnghtt and rubier i net utions of the Al inightj that the, wi-.wd to rid them-ilns of jih part in so blasphimous a statement respectirg his character iml his plan I Ha- -orrv. however, til it when th mstte of -tut r. vii-'on of tlie lT..-bvtrrt.ui standard-' w i- taker, up it was f. und that only a miuciritt vva in f 'ir of revision, and I Has -till more orr lo note th.il that mt noriiv ot Intelligent, g -dl. people was will ing to continue to bla)h me that holv name' ti.-aus, a majorit. of their brethren niro i tiiv filing that -uoh ! i-p'it-motis mls r. pro Man n- chou' 1 le th- intlmie-i. 1 in el"' to Iwlitve thai ir this matter we- brought lo the Intel-Lent attention of Prtstvt riaii in gtneral. a Iirg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 March 1900

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Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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