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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 March 1900

w TIIE KEPUBLIO: MONDAY, MAItm 5. 1000. ;.- V 'rv s nl X' l x T A WHITE HERE is only one there are many kinds of soap. There is only one destination, but there are many paths that lead to it. If you want the short est and safest road to Cleanliness, it is paved with Ivory Soap. Neither man nor clothes ever get beyond the cleansing power of Ivory Soap. Its rich, creamy lather extracts every particle of dirt but it stops at the dirt! Ivory Soap it floats. Hair's Cut" 1 JuM tne place to rest, re fresh one's- etnor and revise tfce shopping list nhen druntown for a day's purchasing. Wei.-cntked food, dill'. Illy served at mod erate ccst. will be ready every day. LONG LITIGATlOfTENDED. Ki-lii-siriii"; Dr-nicd roiii'il'i'manii- in Sny Li'vif Bond Case. HKrrni.ic ppkciai. Jacksonville, 111.. Ma'ch 4 Th I'nitf.! Ftatcs Circuit Court of A;)i'-i!s h.t.s tltnhil a rehearlnc nsked by the cnrapUiiniits in the famous S-'ny Levee bond ca.- prartlral ly endinc HticAiion. which ha- extended over tvve...

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. — 5 March 1900

-ee- e .-. s THE REPUBLIC: MOIsDAY. MARCH 5, 1000. I' it m & n I tVf 1 If! ! If L& K ia? ! ml M. an it: .??i BH 3i 1 ri & f "Ji ff I r STEAMSHIPS. fADlU PUItlft PHILIPPINE ISLANDS -via wnrnn-uninM honoi.i-i.i-. lael-lo Mall RA Co.. Occidental & Oriental S S. Cx and Oriental R S. Co From San Francisco: Hong-Kong. China, Iv-Urg. Man-ii :.". Garlic March S3; Honr-Xor.c Maru. March 71 F-r rates. freight or passage, applv to I. i: Towmicy. net-. 421 OHc. cr J F Als-ir. act . J-S Olive SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Three --In for Five Cent. Each Addition! Uw. Five Cents Extra. T.AlNDRTf-W- Tf-uOi'rr to brine ho-r-e. Call or xr-lto. 24 Targce ST . u;.sta1r. GIRL- Pituatlon wanted )v a good Gorrrtin girl for light hr.useiK.rk Call 272-. N Ninth st LADY Mi"-"Ir a..1 Is iy wruld like trending end darning for !.t liel..- II II. Republic 'lACNDRE-S- Situation wanted bv lau.ndr..s to go cut or to lake home. Applv 231 Eln riv v. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. Three l.lne for File Cent Farh Addll...

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. — 5 March 1900

TIIE "REPUBLIC: MONDAY. MARCH 5. 1000. r i i I k "V I ll.' V ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. PERSONS HOLDING CHECKS FOR THE FOE. 1-OWIXeJ UNCALLED POP- ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENT? FOR THE EEKEND INT. II U1CH I AN GET THE SAME BY WITHIN THREE DAYS AsK TOU AOV. EH- TlSEIl LETTER:-. A '" .". ...it II i , II -2 X. . . . 1 II 71 1' S " v ;, ; ii t-t i, uii : '., 4 ii r. u 1-e ; x i. l, ii it: i R ix i v ,-:.... l ma v nw A .,- i lias K -I " A . . ; ns : s 6 i -::::::::M "-::::: &::.::::::. ?.::-:::::?iS.:"::::::,f3 ::.:::::: - .; 1 J ts 1 J, ; J , t I'K 43 2 T I ,- " 3jK H r,T 71 1 IK 7 4' T 1 ,-K7 IK SJ 1T 7s 1 I ! IK M IT W 1 1, -o I I1 K ,. - T S S V. -v .::..:.. ii l 4 i1 t ii i 1, f3 Ii I. ii J T 57 1 J Js lo L M -' W 7t 1 i , " ;i I. v- i W 5 ,- is I :, ,x c l r I- :: .... : m :. ' xs 1 6- . ... i sin ll x sit : .- ii .. l' V vj . ...It -j - V, : . 1J N 7-I II V J - - ... .-o - s v " i ... ll O 7i 1 Y 1 I Viii ".....no 7 i s 1 KlV-.: . HO ."7 3 XW 2 t- ', ... 11 O -J! . .17." 1 n - . ...

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. — 5 March 1900

fi. 10 THE REPUBLIC: MOXDAT. -.lAIn 5. IflOO. W t third time and passed b- the following i ote. A-es Messrs. Albright. Burke, Cronln. Decker. Denny. Faulkner, i.utkr. Hnnnl ssui, Harunann. Helms. Holtramp. Kelly. Uhmann, Madera. Murrell J. K.. larKrr. ltobertsoa. Schr.ettler. Schumacher. Mivrt dan, Sturdevar t. Sweeney. Tamblyn, y.ai n rlta. and Mr. Speaker Murrell Xoes 0. Absent Mr. Bc.rsch L . . House Bill No. Z&, as above, mi read third time and passed by the following vote: Aves Messrs Albrieht. Burke. ronm. Deekcr. IVnr.y. F-nlkner. C.utkc. Hannt gan. Hartmann. Helms. Holtcamp . Kr.ly. lahmann. Madera. Murrell J. K.. ''"fr Robertson. Schnettler. Schumacher. M-crl-rt.in. dtur.leva: t. Sweeney. Tamblvn. .neu rit:, and Mr. Speaker Murrell . Noes 0. Absent Mr. Bcrsch 1- . House BUI No. 233. as ah?v,V T" T third time and parsed by the following vote. Jives Messrs Albright. Burke. ronin. Decker. Irn: y. Faulkner. OiKKf, ,J?n''1 can. Hartmann. Helms. Hollcamp. Ivi-llv. behmanc. Ma...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 March 1900

TlIR KErT'BLIC: MONDAY, irARCn 5. 1000. K y . r fik v FINANCIAL ORGANIZED t&-4-7. Oapifal and Surplus, 82,300,800. PLTUS J- LACKLAND. President. W1. II. THOMSON Cashier. CDWARD5 Will TAKER. Vice President, JUIX ilKTM.OlM. Assl'tanl Cashier. I. .M. HtfUSAKD. Second Assl-tant Cashier. Accounts Solicited, Offering to Depositors Every Facility Which Their Balances, Business and Responsi bility May Warrant. Special Arrangements for the Women Doinj- aja l-o;s'' iiJ3.Sv t-iiial xi S XS 5 R gyf-ii..-? stA-sts lf.Vgtl Offers Ibe Grest-st investment Opportunity Before fte Public To-Day, lint a fTT month" rti t Is J -r- a IrunUr urh:ovn t" th cor.r 1 u'l. .f I'r.I'1! tattti Ciri'al li.t.i n t t aau-r. J t. 1 uZ poii iMurt. K.n t-f.aii it trr- nloas Tature ! ral:rJ br ronii'arativply f -w T!ior w-bo So rorrtcriir IN f -t. o?rr. wl'l re; as rich rnarrfs aa cv-r iwiv saiotJ by fr tnnst Inet.r .Inc I f-lny In rsc'ly thr fasif p"- i-Un that rojipr ocnr'- fart yar aso: aal rnarv trtll be zl.r rU...

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. — 5 March 1900

'? t 12 THE REPUBLIC: 310JSDAY. 3LAKCH o, 1000. r I-' r- IV -J t x i r. Toe blgtie.1 amuunt loaned in witches. U- nrnrt. li!fV and all articles Of vals. i-rc 1ot- .i.iTljttv. at !or rates of IslcrrtL Bust- tm strictly ccslMeatlal. Unredeemed jlI'i sVvAN RAALTE & CO., ... . . .. m er w 0 12 an" l 3. ruurm ei. 0TESTABLISH8DIO74, I.... Rezerca. r-..rias.s. dar.druiT. o.ui.-l fiPliQ cured br a new proe.. warts. rao!e. nUllUt turcltunui hair. rsraancnti- rcniuv-1 " J. VAeHlj. M. P.. t'3 Chemical bUlU ing. rsone A 15 FCHWBTER's! rENNJ-TLYANIA RVB. H.a. Send JJ.60 and receive by express-, preiala. tur full quarts cf this cr.ebraicd Whiley tnlnnsd :n plain pactace. AdJre. J-ln Schcjrjr i: Co-. Vkrenou C. E-. U W. Twelfth st . OM.mso.111. CITV ITEMS. DON'T mis going t- Crawford s to-day. Loads of New U ods arc en sab- at low prices, and the blc2ost -bargain In Fine Shoes they have ever seen" DR. SIEGERTS Angostura Bitters ex cites tho appetite and digestivo organs. SIGN PAINTING JOBBERS....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

J- i-j" . ! - i m vi THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC J i NENTSTY-SECOKD YEAJ5. ? ST. LOUIS. MO.. TUESDAY. MARCH G. 1900. PRICE, . Loals. One Cent. - i Itle St. Lolas. Two Cents, Trains, Three Cents. MAKING THE ISLAND PART OF THE UNION. DEMOCRATIC CLANS AT KANSAS CITY. EXPEDITION SENT TO RELIEVE MAFEKING. Boers Probably Will Try to Stop It at Vaal River Crossing. Senator Davis's Resolution Ex tends the Constitution to Puerto Eico Double Purpose. Intense Party Interest Displayed in the State Central Committee Meeting To-Dav. PHILIPPINES NOT INCLUDED. RIVAL CONVENTION CITIES. --&.- 3c - Congressman Barthohlt Tells the President the People of His District Favor the Puerto Rico Tariff Uill. Tt Tpi.bllc Bureau. Hth Ft. and rrcn-ylvama Ave. Washington. March E. Representative Bartholdt called at the White Hout-e to-day and had a talk with tho President about the Puerton RIcan taritf bilL In spite of tho protests from all pirts of the country against levying a tariff against citizens of the Unit...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

.VW ! J'.' iciSiteiK'- vrOtpKfi'Cwirr ' l55?fe J n- TUB REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. MARCH 6. 1000. Mi.: ,JjJSi&i Iff ! I- U V. U i 1- H. u- t t r ?i t i i F i I t - f t i it i UP .&.. S- TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. BUSINESS. Discount rates were 5 to 7 per cent for call and time loan Clearances. 15.410 5-3; balances. 5741.147. New York exchange 3c dlse-ount bid. 3c discount asked: New Or teaiiv "V discount hid. nar asked. l-ouls- H'.e. loc discount l)id. par asked: Chicago. I j.nr bid. l"c premium asked. Cincinnati. 34: el sconitt bid. par asked The lo--.nl wheat market closed lower at n'- n March. CSVtf"1 May. ""..e b. Jtilv. TPrTT'-.- No. Z red. corn eloped lwr in .-S.- n" May. SftSSr July. X'-i b. Nc. C white, cats closed at 24c n. March. Zi Ma At Chicago wheat closed loner at CSc h. Jbv. K.'!i6S5e July, com closed lower at 54 V- May". 3IVSHc Jul: oats cloyed at ZTS-e Mai . The local market for standard mc pora closed steady at JinM for old and at Sll t5 for new Prime steam lar4 closed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. MAttCS G. 1000. r-o-v .- ? l N 1 Y 1 V KENTUCKY SITUATION AGAIN THREATENING. Senate Resolution to Moye May Provoke Civil Strife. Refusal to Sarrender Arms Would Be Met by Force. Frankfort. Ky.. March 5 Tit-rent develop ments Indicate tliat the situation In the Stale tan attain asuni.-d a serious phase. Senator Triplet! presented a rej-niution to usy. which msy lead to civil war if It is car ried ana enforced. The resolution, after reciting the removal by the Republicans of all th arms and munitions of the Stat Guard from Frank fort to the mountain refuge of London calls for tho appointment of a committee to de mand their re;urn. and. if refused, to ap propriate CAC-'fl for the purpoe of buying new war material. It aIo empowers Gen eral John U. Castlrman. the Adjutant Gen- .1. under Governor Ueckham. to call for Uunteers ard go to London and other ountain counties and obtain possession of tho war material and return It to tho ar penal at Trankfort. London and t...

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. — 6 March 1900

GErSite&-iwCv f &JJ JlA --" -r if F i f- THE EEPUBLIO TUESDAY. MAECH G. 1900. in "ESPECIALLY POLICY PURSUED IN THE PHILIPPINES, NEUVA GACERES IS OCCUPIED DY BATES, SHOT THE OFFICER WHO HALTED THEM, Reclstered by fc 5. Patent 0Me u r Si I THE BUFFALO THIA WATER President Sends to the Senate In formation Asked 03' Hoar's Ilei-olution. Natives Take to the Mountains AVhen the Expedition Landa. Patrolman Meagher I (.ingenuity Wounded by One of Two -Men He Was Searching. of Virginia," prlng Not. 1 "' T For Aibuminuria " U GEN. OTIS'S PROCLAMATION. LITTLE ARMED OPPOSITION. RAN AND WERE CAPTURED. AXD &U3aszZ2U fflf YJ!i St1 v BBsmTvVVmLTV fe flfe2fMK2Jz3sc 1 sbbbbbsk9 TbbbbbhLIsbbC JsbVB bbbbbbfMJLV LhVrJLsss IIS - M -:9i':jSS - M i ' r: : t i I f f. r I f fc If f H L B- -n. fe i f. - I I 1 i 1 k ft- a Vr s ! J- I P l-fc i S H' H & r f . c - . l- Met With the Approval of the Ad ministration isecietary Day's, Government Offer to Ajniinaldo. Wsshir.g'o-i. March 5 The President...

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

THE "REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. MARCH fi. IflflO. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH IS SOLO. PIPPIN FOUND HIS FATHER AFTER TWENTY-THREE YEARS, HIS ESTATE PAID BIG DEATH DUTY. most sincere wishes for your henlth an happiness and pray that God will pot: dovvn all his blessings on vour Holiness." and .ur IQ nil ill." oe llll.-.l "In tlie congratulations which your MaJ ety whs goes! enough tn address tt us on li.. nln. flfl. .nt.ls. .,r- m.f mw l.lreli tl-, ! w. with plisur.-. frsj testimony yixir j fr'endlv sentiments whl. h till your Majesty I Arcepl our thanks, os well as the prayer I .. ...1. MM In .... ,.... MttMMMM .... . . MM UMM i1 II . - . ,'i. ,.,.,. .ri,r u 1". ... iroaiierliy of vour Map-sty anl all the Ira lsrlal famil ' LIEDERKRANZSOCIETY. Social Kvt-Jits. I "ndi-r Its Manape nirnt Its )fliti-rs. The so-lii 1 M-nson n-".w coming to an end ha vvltne-.'ssl many in'eresilng evints g.v-en l tli-- IJed. rkranz S let at It lull W. B. Wells Represents the Pur chasers, Who Will Establish Permanent Ev...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

wPt TITE ItEI-rBLIC: TUESDAY. ir,TWTT G. 1900. 5. t 3 i i !- ! r il J 1 I. l . fB I t-1 r i $ -r- a t; If M li r &.a M fi. t- HT SIDNEY LUCAS RAN ANOTHER GOOD RAGE ffop Gallant Colt Looms Up as a Formidable CantlirtaU' for Now Orleans Derby. CHERRY HEAD VERY SPEEDY. linn the Fastest Seven-Fuilong Kace of the l'loc'it New Or leans Meeting Lady Cal lahan Scored. nmrnur r'otau New Orl-.tcs. La.. March ."..-Tic !('.".(! juice at the r-ices this aM- rr.oor. ua- up to the mark. It seems that tr- oanii.til vi-lt-ors have not i-ft iiuii n- -.. Tiu seiu-a-tlon of the day vvna the win of Cherry Head. Rast autumn Chcrrv Head was start ed for the lirst time In Iht rar.-or at Aque-5-ic-. The price against lux- was W to 1. Johnry Ft rns. her iTrr.tT. won ail.i"l n lirr in tli.it race. Fh was "Wo in the heltinsr to-day ami beat a .-pecdy Held liy a naif length, driving. lmi-Vntnlly n- ran the fastest seven furlnngs f the meeting, negotiating the route in l:""7-t. In the first race laimond, the...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

THE TiEPFBLTC: TUESDAY. MABOH fi, lOW. V V y-v v FOR A PNEUMATIC TUBE MAIL SERVICE. St. Louis's Application Will n.ive a Hearing I.efore House Committee To-Day. OTHER CITIES ALSO URGENT. Congress Fccms Disposrd to Com plete the Services in Eastern Cities Ifefnre Taking Cp Western Work. Washington. March Z -The Hni:e C(im nittee on Post Offices ami !'$ Iloads to morrow v. II! give a hartns upon the ap 1cntton of St. Ixmls for a pneumatic-tube mail trrvlc. Other cities, including St. Paul and Minneapolis, al-o will present their claims t the Fame time. It Is Im probable that the committee H1 reach a decision Immediately as to.the extension of. this ervjee. The matter now '.- belre considered by a Joint comrolTion. of thifh Chairman Lnnd of the IIoue eomrelti'e and Mr. Wol eott of the Senate arc- leailinir members. The? have lecn at t.ork for some weeks collecting and exiiminlns data as to the ad vantages of itcrIinE the service in Net? "iork. Philadelphia and llosfon. where it Is In o...

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. — 6 March 1900

i;a.wj;isv.c-j- - Hsf "K 8 THE EEFTTTCTJC: TUESDAY. MARCH 6. 1900. u m ' I if 1' I , u f r- t ' .1 -?- : I A I . I H f f r E T i- l if at if lr is. it- I. !'" THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Issues livery Day In the Tear. rnBUSHEKS. GKOIIGK KNA1' 1' & CO. Chaxlel ".v. Knapp. I1iMenl and Gen. met. Georee L. Allen. Vic- rreld-nt. V. B Carr. S-cretary Offlc: Corner Seventh and OUee Street. (UEPUnlAC Wl'II-DINO ) Tcniia or subsckitoo.n. &AXX.T AND SUNDAY - SEVEN ISSUES A WEEK. Br Mail-In Afliacce-Poitaute rwaM One year 3 rt Oi months j M Thrte months V-ir"" 3-ij Any three dan excipt Sunday, one jeir . . lj Sunday, with Mapazine special mail edltiun. Sunday Sunday SI-iRaiine "". 'V.,'.!, UY CAKIUK't. ST. LOUIS AND .SLItl Kite. Ter nwl. Avly nn'.y rr week, daltv ani Kun.liy -- - c""" TWICE A-WBEK JS.-U 1-I-ubltshei MonJay and Thursday one year. l w Hercit by bank dratt. express, money order, or registered letter. ., , Address TllE ItErCBMC. sn Loul. Ho. CyReJect'd communications cannot be ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

THE JREPUBLIC: TITSSDAY, ttAROIT G. IflOO. K V V K Y tSecond LtJtton.) How "Onnsrtnt" Hcasn Pablle. -Earlj in 1S5KJ Mr. William Gillette, the distinguished author-actor, in hia necessitated search for health, came "within the reach of Dr. Aikman's care. Mr. Gillette experienced such relief and cure from Dr. Aikman's prescrip tion that for years he has carried "Or-r.n-reiue" on his travels for the benefit of his company and friends. He became finally eo Impressed by its remedial results that in October, 180S. he relat ed his experiences to an old school friend, Mr. Charles L. Bartlett, or Chi cago. Mr. Bartlett submitted the for mula to his trusted family physician. Dr. C. F. Ely.-wbo pronounced it "won derfully useful, throuph its far-reaching efficacy and absolute harmless ness." Other prominent physicians save the same verdict, and early in .lanuary. -sua. -oranOTino" was publicly launched under the fuU sail of Its manifold claims, which original- eel from the oft-repeated experie...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

: v -- .-v. - !9- il TRE REPrBLTC: TUESDAY, MAROn G. lflOO. 10 e H4 m .-. r -J i- -jl '1 - a 1. II t- r tf f- --1 I- fl" J 1 i r. i t- t'r IF. STEAMSHIPS. IID1U mm Philippine islands vt. jKrR-l'nlnfl noNoi.n.r i-cwsiiiss. Coi. Occidental Orient. 1 S S Co anl Orients, S B. Co From San Francisco: 1I.i-X.-vr. China, reklng. Mar-h If.. Gaelic, March St. Hcng-Kone: Maru. March 31 For rate-. fr-icM or rnssase. apply to L. E. TownIer. set-. 421 Oiivo or J. H. Algar. act.. Iu3 01h SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Three "4ns for Htt rr.t. Each Additional lice. Five Cents Exrrs- DENTIST-F ASSIST4 NT-Refined vennr ljr wishes position In dental or dtitor'e offce. 4 Illinois ave. DRESSMAKER Periston -with merchant as dressmaker. Aprly a' '-H Len'ui-t ft HOnSEOIR' -Situation bv a ladv with child 4 year old; woulJ like lo d- light housework la small family. Address l-iO John ave. LAUNDRESS Washing to go oat by the day. 4t Lucky st. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. Three Lire, tor Fire Cents Each Addltior-i: Line. r.v...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, iUAKOTI G. MOO. IS ; f y V ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. TEnKOX3 IIOI.DIMJ '"IIPi'K"! POR thi: fol LOulSO I.VTV1J-M' WU -"VT"' ADVERTISKMn-Vr- ion TI,K,WI...KN' ixr. march ; i-vn ';? -,." f;-,'. CALLING r mi: "LPl IIU. l'"- WITHIN THltPB HAAS; Af-h. 1-OR AD 1.H- tiseo Lj-rrrKiES PERSONAL NEEDS. oi.n ci-OTiiiMJ nuiciiT. HIOIIEST ) rrtw ilil t"T l2.I!-" ma rnt Ifmfn'd ct-o!T cIMhlnc iiImj rani CM or -r4 postal to J Miller. IMG-7 V.jlllut St. OITJCIAS. WARRAJTTKD K51J roll fpectac'.eii IlttuS to lb e?e. IP M: eies tested free. St. Iuis Op tical Kfc- Co. 773 tocun at. DltCSSMAKI.Mi. MilE. BHIJ.. SM Cock ve.. HL Jjrlie '-le month cf March, make tailor-mad- eult frum Si up; tMUiafactlon cuararteed DK.NTISTIIV. DOCTOR CORD makes special prlcea nnd larma to working; women anl c'.rls Call anl me; open cauy. 7m nne fi- DOCTOR A E. MOSER. Dfltlft, 1EI Warh lnrtOTi Axe Crown and bridge irork a specialty. pncea moq-raia. conuxtaiion ana exam. xree. SAVE IAIX. S a.VK3ION CY. ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

Vp.3C " "r --a&!'i3?c.-S,'X Ju.;.-.j.iZi-t ff 12 THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, MARCH G. 1900. f i a it v i : f .1 it: I i t W H I M rl at r Ir J. If Si: S Hi f a M s V it M w- jf A BEaElUL LET IS GRAIN VALUES, ALL MARKETS OLQSiG LOWER p-ncAT was nri.i with . VNnnit tom. or wisAitxi:ss am. hay, CltOSIMi M.IUI1TL.1 MIW'UIl. LITTLE DOING SPECULATIVELY. conv nn.i. A.vn fi.ow. with ax vx- DERTONE OI" vr.lKV Al.ta ttihol'oii Tin: nvvs m.siox. OATS DULL AND UNCHANGED. Office Rept-bllc, Monday. Ma-ch i. 1K. YTfcat the fcture may have In store for the grain narkcs of thl country Is a. problem that traders are not prcjiarej to solve, and whether they pi up or down ii tr.-, question that traders h?ve .. Rues, at. Tlie.-e Is no question that the actlcris of the different marke. s to-day !-!n a bua point of view dl.l not come up to the expectations "i thoee Interested In tli situation, and co final reu!t In a general way vrn a. dlsaipo!nimcnt a far as pit operations were concerned, and the oou-so o...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

ISi j FINANCIAL FINANCIAL STEAMBOATS. TTTF, TJErUBLTC: TUESDAY. lUAJkOTT 6. 1900. j FINANCIAL ik ill ' J i Tr r I -' & FV i v 1 t-X.- TV : x W. H. LEE. IWJraL D. R. ntANCIS. Vie- President. A. L. SHAPLt-itilL 3d Vice President. The Merchants-Laclede National Bank, Of St Louis. Condensed Statement of Condition at Close of Business, February 13, 1900. RESOURCES. Cash and Sight Exchange $3,929,121.09 oans, payable on demand V" " at lied dates Criited States Bonds - 313.500.00 Premium on U. S. Roads JJ.diO.CO Other Bonds Stocks etc 211,SV.!S Re3l Estate Sl.916.76 $12,4SS,7d3.22 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Sl.400.000.00 SuxdIus and Undivided rrofits 274.3-Vi. 15 Circulation 45.O00.UO X'nited States Bond. cconnt lOtj.OOO.OO Deposits, Individual . S5.S.0.150.79 B nlcs and Bankers 4.449.4G3.4S " United States 3415.7G3.0O 10.653,409.77 e1-4wM--K--H RESE.W- A?I0 SAVINGS I LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY, 1 SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT ST3. FINANCIAL Price, McCormich Co.'s Cotton Letter. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Ne...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 March 1900

ir.EC'fta-,-, -7. THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. MAECH 6. 1900. 14 i i I 1 i 1 r r ! I 1 i f L 1-t r. Si r i ;i ir ft P hi IM : j 5 ft- ! Ir Hi I- J H 1 w ', I i- r I?- I" i 5- 1 c- ft.- f. .?,. DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION. Diireatlvc Disorders Quickly Relieved ana Permanently Cnrctl ly Eapcpsla Tablets. Eupopila Tablets are sold by druggists under on absolute guarantee to give Imme diate relief and permanently cure stomach Irregularities. Indigestion and dyspepsia. Sloney will be returned in all Instances v.hcre they fail. In cases of nervous dys pepsia, catarrh of the stomarh. heartburn, aridity of the stomach and all other irreg ularities of tr.e digestive organs they prod-ice- prompt relief. Boonville. Mo.. Feb. 55, . Lupeps a Co.. Gentlemen The one box of Lupepsla Tablets did roe a grest deal of good. I have taken n est every kind of dyspepsia tablets known and think E-upepiia the Ixwt I have ever tried. Finl Inclosed SO cents for which please send ms another box by return mail. Yours, v...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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