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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 March 1900

THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. .,-., f In St. Lonls. One Cent. PTtTOTC 4 Onmldr It. Lolas. Two Ceata. -- -LViVXJ 1 yratn.. Three Ooll. P NINETY-SECOND YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO.. WEDNESDAY, MARC I 1 7.11)1)0. PRICE AMERICA PAYS FOR THE PHILIPPINES. STREET RAILWAY EMPLOYES PREPARE AN ULTIMATUM 1 CAMPAIGN PLAN OF DEMOCRATS. Kansas City, Jefferson City and Sedalia Capture the Three Conventions. V V Nominating Convention to Precede the National Assembly Basis of Representation Cook's Resignation Declined. Siaie Nominating Convention Kansas City, .June .". Convention to elect delegates to the National Convention Jeffer son City, June 14. Judicial Convention Fetlalia, Julv 17. bt a PTArF connnspospuxT. Kansas City. Mo. March 6 The Berro rratlc State Committee to-day cut looe from its former custom and opened a n"w field for the politiciar-s. According to pre -edent, candidates for State offices should not bo nomlnatrd until after the national convention. The committee lias reverted this and tho State ...

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. — 7 March 1900

TITE KEPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900. .1 r-l i r Er M If ft'-ik 1 ; TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. IJCSINKSS. THrcount mtrs were T. to 7 rer rent tor call and time loans. durances. $-J.91.71fi: halnnccR. si.3il.3L New York exchange. We discount bid. l-ir r.sk.d. New Orleans loo discount bid, par asked. Ixmlsvllle. M- dis count bid. p.ir asked: Chicago. l'V premium bid. 2c premium aked; Cincinnati, l"o dis count bid. par asked. The local wheat market closed higher at 70c nominal March. C'c Wd May, Wie jiskco July: 75c No. 2 red. Corn clo-c.l lusher at ?-"c nominal March. 53sc asked May. SS-kC bid July. 31c No. 2 white. Outs closed at :c nominal March, :iSiCS'c May, riiic No Z. At Chicago wheat closed higher at ClTie nominal March. GCfiOT.c bid M ly. tTSi-.Ue sisked Jul. Com closed higl.-r at S."'rC nominal March. S5e bid M ly. Hlc a-U.-d Julv. Oats closed at :iV nominal March. "3'sC :iked JIa). :V' bl 1 Julj. The loc.il mark' l for standard mess pork i-lo-ed steady at tlO. for old and at...

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. — 7 March 1900

rT THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. 5IAK0H 7. 1900. FIFTY KILLED IN MINE EXPLOSION. tlnue during the night and v.!!l be kept up until the mine Is cle.ir The Red Ash mine Is n large drift and the explosion occurrcl near the entrance which was thus closed by the filling slate. emomMcj a large numb r of minors. Tb sret.e of the .lisaMcr ., .Kn.n ,,j, ,,,,,... nd Thurmond on the south hrum-h of the Cheipeake and Ohio Railu.iy, ami . vere nfl-t.,,,,.,. p.-ib.c .13 rendered bv the TRAINING SHIP ARRIVES. Kejiort of Yellow IVver on Hoard Denied. Norfolk. Vn . March .-The Fnltcd States training ship Ijn.'.iH.'r arrived In the roads this morning and raio up to the Navy lard. The report that there Is n case of HILL IN LINE WITH BRYAN DEMOCRACY. I ii Red Ash Mine in West Virginia Wrecked Ten Hodies Have Been Rescued. railway rompai-y and by t!-e u.Ijoinliiir j How fever on board Is denied by nt!!tn. NYw Yorker Is rerhiin That the .elirakan Will i:t. the Xoniiiiev.-. Mine tolwttr Vie.",y l?h a s of Cr"!...

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. — 7 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MlAJROn 7, 1000. 1-r PRESIDENT BRINGS PRESSURE TO BEAR, WAS NO NECESSITY FOR MARTIAL LAW, DR. BENNETT'S ELECTRIC BELT... WILL CURE WHERE OTHERS FAIL-WHY ? First Because it has an interchangeable cell battery, guar uitccd the strongest made, and can be renewed when it burns out no other belt can. Rcuicmbcr that point, as it is essential. Renewal free. vWm,.t-Tt 1ms his own natcnt SPflKGE ELECTRODES, which are ? Emnmons House Senators to White to Urge II.iy-P.Tnnce-fote Treaty. James; K. Sovcroipn, Labor Leader, Trsllfies to the Conditions in Idaho. J i.orniil(.oil In r.Ur.,. (rMir tlnlj-c: tltf rlirTfllt ill lite liodv tllat allV OthCT belt SAYS MEASURE MUST PASS. BULL-PEN SCENES DESCRIBED. generates, and dots not burn therefore the cure is more certain. These arc not exaggerated points, but plain truths, as a call at our office will prove by testing it yourself. Remember, there is no other belt that has cither of these improvement!,. You want the best at a f...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 March 1900

THE KEPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MARm 7. MOO. t? : V -Vs sZ NJ vK DISASTROUS FLOODS IN MADISON COUNTY. fiirteon-Ycar-Old Son of John Iamb of Glen Carbon Drowned in a Swollen Oeek. DAMAGE IN AMERICAN BOTTOMS .Villap-p of East Alton P.irtiv Un der WatT Mis-issippi Itiver Jlisin Illinois 'Ipiininal Abandons Train Servke. One hiicsn lire hr been lot ind an Immense, amount e f u i:n ise done In the Inst twenty four r.o.i-t liv the floods througho.it the American Uottoms an! th- territory north of Alton. PL Late. Monday afternoon John Isunb of OIrn Carbon sent his 16-j car-old roa Jo Edward-t llle for a doctor. The 1k Tien; on horseback and forded a fma'l brar h unKjinu Into Ca hokla Creek, wlt'o-it in-able When the "ad returned a iv. lours ;.it-r tht branch fci.d swollen to il raging torrent forty feet wide, and in r.tl mpting to rroBs It. horsi osid rider went oonn to th.ir npat! The boyH bt-dy wis I unl testcrdi morning, lodged In some driftwood, two miles be low whero ho took his fatal plunge...

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. — 7 March 1900

THE TCEPFBLTC1: WEDNESDAY. r.VRPTT 7, 1000. & I. : I i- w r t H.. ;-i F- n r B, ' If ft : r fc- r. fe te KF fi ll ir- K - VABIGOGELE CUBED 2?RIftTiaD3T ,..! .5a CCT :"'!' ""1,1"":),!"-- .revo".-i:S..ted wul, JS H HIlJ I llnC SlsfJ SHfLs.I1 I '-rv"r irhronii .li-ci-irre Iran :fce VVetht.. tat B BlIUI Wlla. a.Btea falbaEclaaa ,0(,.r trl-tliar.o.Mloriii.ot unimi-al mta t- .r . NEiWQ-SEXOAl DEBILITY r th rT--i - X-tt ? I d 3T1 ..i (n IT ' nr bcn 'i.r - o.i will o ve. t 9 " eONTfiOJSiSS BLO05 P08S8M 3Ma23i, I"nflToartrt-aJo " " h!Uhr ' Mirt .1 -op" t.rlui.-re. r rilim; out. Hi- bore pains Tfallacl. all Impurities a- """' " -.e'm i- i restoration :oi1 lit j:th : rtab litlieil. Wecurejout sU cureJ Ui'r ritten guarantee. Wctho treat suczessfjll) all Csronlc. ferrous iflj Spet&l Disease of Hon wniTElf uoaLi." 'o Ji' i i o.jV.ioa s l Eian ctimli.u 1I ji-. V c lis tu ' 3 p :i! Saadaj s, i' a. m. lo 1 r 'r Ta..c "tria'or tor it'j'U St .ir Drs. FR&RGIS & FBANOIS, 8wl525f.,5aBlli2...

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. — 7 March 1900

THE rcEITBLTO: WEDNESDAY. MAT.CTT 7. 1900. r n - J - O s o , o . v I . It . V 1 l i t o I 1 O -s IV 3R b-ra nB sc rv- oody ays. ) E. f io V V V Et oui rat-j vltli t of 1 Ikf I "III a 1 dair V f eve. --i J Stof V roni atia . D. :. Co.; Co.; '.lau tou. Co acy te." ew liter Cci fa-ler- th'j tho the on? i U nlm lh ij-v: ho a. 1 to or." ivs: thn t clci Ilo o Co hi tho rt in " Co : " x . a-y inlcT ult en- fll4 i" ivs: iwti tip klln ha -ker for alio ! ho ana 50 I : - la i "1 For a balf-ccntury S. x S. had been curinrr obstinate, deep-seated blood troublM like Contagious lllood l'oisoii, bcroiula. Cancer, WicumatUni. Catarrh, Eczema, Tetter in fact, all blood-poisou diseaseM 0f whatever character. No other medicine has Mien a record. Its popularitr i shown bv the constantly iiiereas-, iDK demand and the thousand-? cr voiiintarv testimonials from all inrtsof the country " c claim nothing for s. .S. ti. but what tirieuct- has iirovcn to ls true. Kemember, S. f. S. is not a new. untried, renut...

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. — 7 March 1900

rn s THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, MABCH 7. 1900. l!f I 111 : ! & THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Issued Ei cry Dr in the Year. Charica W. Knapp. ITesiient end C-a. Jier- Georre 1 Uen. Vice PjesWeut. W. B. Ciir. S.-cretrv. Mrs: Cerxer Bevrxtth ani O'.lvo Stree.a, fHFFI'J"' "-"". TUNG. I . TERJWOFSUBSCniPTION., XAII.T AND SUNDAY - SEVKN 1S-LE3 A WEHK. ny Mail-In Advanc--ro-U; rr-rsio. Osa 5car - .(,j F-x months - j -, Three months . ,.. Any three day ex-it Sun-lay. or.o ear r, BiaiCay. with V.i-!iz.r. "T- bpcclal nail coitus, standlr J '.j nr cakkif. st. ijonn and 3LBl J1., P?r sretk. tU 1., cnly ,)-i, Per wcti. dally anl & r.lsT " -" TV ICE-A-WI'EK lS-af!-Published llocuay and Thurs-iaj' ' year... IteraJt by rarl: draft, eisrs. rnose urd-r. or rrcui. red li'tvr. .,. Addies Tiin rarcBUi. :; l.oul. !o ETTif'-ctei rc.rroir.'.ca.llo'. cai.ntrt retained Jr.dtr a: ciit-usisiatjt... Ezter.d at tl.e tMt office it Ft. lowl.. Ma . ' scor.r. . &. rr.Tll-r. tKlllESTJO lsJSTACri. ''" J "" J' JT;B!...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 March 1900

0 THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. LVEOH 7, 1000. K i - . V )jf i e r TO THE MAN OOK yourself squarely in the face and see you arc not gg Ivory Soap in your house :rEiiJ your wife is without it. js Ivory Soap in your house. Worse than this, for a man, though a man often doesn't care how his comfort is mis-spelled. But a woman misses all these little helps to housekeeping. And Ivory Soap is one; its great potency makes it actually cheaper than yellow soap for general work. It floats. t"TT ! r Tm rerT, .CiI C3 'lCiTI Harr's r.ifo i ust trie r'aei. t r'st- T' f rsh one's r n-oi v .i 1 n vi the fitaoppinK lift when rVuniotin frr a d. purchasini;. Wi-cookcd food, lai lily serve-1 at mod erate cost. un1 be reedy cecry clay. LIFE ORDEATHF0R HIM. Callaway Will !e Vir-iiPtl l.v (Jov cruor SU'plu'H-. Gmcrnor Stcplini is expectrd In St. Louis to-i.iy to niukn a personal observa tion of Frank Ii. Lallan ay. who Iiks lxvn sentenced to bo lianse-el on March li. Cilia -ttjj's atorney. have lilel nurneienu...

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. — 7 March 1900

10 THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7. 19(H). I I f II a it it. I i- I ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, - PERSONS. HOLDING CHECKS FOR TICK POL LOW1NO UNCAliLD fVP. ANSWERS TO imTTfTicrMPVTM rnw Till: WEEK LN1- ING MARCH 5 CAN GIT Til!: -A.ir.lti. CALLING AT TUB WIN :!.!' '?'!' within three dats. a.-k. ion aim.i-- TISED LETTERS. 47 liO 7 : n k - j i: a p. : - ; 1; s- - 1 : ' 1 ; It !d J It l"t l CO. 0 1 O 7. 61.. i a IS, 73.. .. l. o w .. 6! (i 1. ... 1 r. im . i' II A Is. i , ii -.i. i i: p-i .....,.. -. i Tr.lIIZIIiri 3 1 ii 1 11 M ' ".. .... I .. I r -t. . 1 S SO . . I r t . . I u 7 J i H w. I n 78. :in -... i; n in l ".. i It 6. llll 1ST 1 li Hi. i II lis- :. H isi in - J 2 O Cl 1 H Mi. 1 C El 4 I J Si- 1 J. f.4 1IJ Kj I T -. 1 .-. i to - Vi 1 : , 1 l-s. I u, '.I'.'.'.. . - i 7c 7 7 1 ." 9-J. 1 J C : r C Si 1 C 117. 3 C lJt- - c ir, J C IK. 1 C 10 1 n -o i Jl 71 1 D K. I T H I1 J 11 3.- T ii "ill'.".'.".".'.'.'. 1 ' T 47... V3... .. IT I .. J T . - .. 1 T M 1 .. 2 T !: 1 1 T 11 ' i 3 T J...

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. — 7 March 1900

n THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY -hakc'it r, moo. Ts n C IN I :S i 1K HOUSEHOLD NEEDS. aui'CT iu:iMMi. CARPETS taVen up c., ane-I. jr.d cter 43.1 laid; bM work-. ltftt. t p-:.-- i:t..cr- t:jm Oarjet cleaning C-:iie--. -1-: I-U Ji il-!n 11.1. XInloca c Hi KNTKItl'HI?:: Meam -Vrpt fl.anlng Co Sjeyrlal nlteri:. n u h nyf. filing ana rel.v. lup. :-outhsM ecrne- l-l:i.ar uitJ Xauaettnter. Janloch 1) SK. WU.I. I'U'KK. rTTTY ro: t. !'e I "- pap-r. r.leeiy cllm m.rea. v llh 1- .t.i,- i i..e.el la unit a Ji. .0. liuanici XX all Pa,..-.- -. . - "". Uiuaoaav. XRW s, riri.r will ; '.-!. per ruil So up. i-e-Cfr's. r?7 Colhri-il.!- a.... ZUIINKH JC. t . nc, u;.itfii.i.r ami lowest rat-s. i-.- .-i -j I ,11. f Far harat-u- erl:"-. i:l titit.. ::.- at . i:i t,.ia.a trt-1, ta-na p. lli. not -i:;ioi.i mi.sci:m.a.y. KX1.1I-Y tij-Itn;r. .i p i - i-prealr. shr-i... fOii. t ...-' a .j tab.- 1 . - t Hur J. J -r - 7. . Vruon l-a..: tli . -.5 Jl :X4U prune c . STOIt.XcJi: AMI -MUX i;. A PCf-1 XI. v' I'Uor- I. A -" ...

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. — 7 March 1900

12 THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7 1900. H . : If lli !M a :f i THE BULLS MAKE SOME SLIGHT GAINS THE CLOSE WAS HIGHER A STRONGER rXDERTOXE WS SHOWN IN VHII7AT AND Ql'ITE A LITTLE ADVAMTI! TOOIC PLACE, THE CLOSE BEING BETTER. COKN WAS ALSO STRONf:l:H, IltTTHU cnniuii iiTUATHiN -a s Qfii:r AMI THE IN ".MALL. OATS A SHADE BETTER. OSac- Republic. Tuesday, March fi. 0. j Tnere wa little about J!io specnlatixo j train markets to-day. and especially dur ing tfce first hour or two after they opened u,i for business, to attrac the attention of traders to them, and consequently th-y were tame and Flow, end aslac from the fact thai the undertone was a little hit firmer, there w-ro no features of particular Interest developed. Trading al! through tho session and In all the markets was extreme ly light, and Rlmo-st exclusively of a scalp- !eg nature, there .-se-r.ingly being no Inter- j est taken on the part of the public, -vent e xrst of professional tracers was of a luke warm nature. There we...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 March 1900

I i FINANCIAL 1.1 ....... - . 13 TTTTC "REPUBLIC-- WEDNESDAY. MAHCTI 7. 1000. if if X : 1 i I .) II i - xw i ! I iN w It v a N2' t ii r HI X LI iT ,ww,tX BRO. & 410 OII-nv-o Stroot, r siaw Tonic BTocrc nxcrtAxan. p nw ionic corrox nxciiASGK, n.nui.Ka s cl,CAGO btociC !:xcIAMiil. V. eiucAUu uuauu oi tilaui:. DIRECT PRIVATE VIRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL KARKETS. m&i stosks m TELEPHONES: -( Klnloc!v AH56. FINANCIAL. L.I8SIPPI VALLEY TRUST COMF.A TsTg", FINANCIAL CflPITAL, SURPLUS AND PBOFITS $5,500,093 PAYS SELLA COMMISSION G0MPANY. iincoiu'iiha. 1:11. i witi.. ?r.i.i!'. . run if.) .. I. Ccll3. I rnC C A. Title. Vkc I'rett. 2-. W AJlcr. Sec'jr nai Treij. The Only House in St. Louis Receiving Continuous Quotations From New York cotton exchange. Y .xi . ..! - r oful 1 i-tlllf St.. l." -I i" r.in.n- t '"' I"! - ..li Inl'.' IRt 1 : I!- .!..-k-1 i:. T- !t'i . lull. .' i.u prompt: In -' hales Cotton !. L'l I upnar.'- ! r -si. '' " nm-i ft t-.li -. :.- iti. 1 lr". 1'n - - a m.iUc- t j 'ji ir...

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. — 7 March 1900

r f 11 THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY,LVJROTI 7. 1900. JO S (. !- f K ALMOST PERISHED IN A FREIGHT GAR. 'John C. Tcttia, a Stranger, Found in the Railroad Yards Suffer ing From Exposure. HE WAS A CAPTIVE SIX DAYS. Discovered by a ' Still" Gang in Arkansas, lie Said They Bound Gagged and Shipped Him Out of the State. John C Pettis, place of birth unknown, was found In a box car at Iho foot of Les rerance street jesterday morning. The man was almost unconscious from exposure and was fearfully frostbitten. The car from which lie was taken liad come from Walnut Ridge. Ark., and the men about the jards eay that. It has been locked for six dajs. Pettis was sent to the Citv Hospital, where the physicians worked with hun for more than an hour before be was sufficiently re vived to give any account of himself. Doctor ltabler says that he may not recover. When seen by a Republic rciwrtcr ester day afternoon the man was very weak and was suffering greatly from the effects of the hardships lie had bee...

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. — 8 March 1900

Going to Paris? , Whether you arc Cf not i you will read next San er day's Paris Story in The .. Republic. Every line in c tercsting. The Woman in Business .. Is she losing; j6 her beauty? Read the discussion in next Sunday's Republic. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC i,...,. fin M. I.nnl. One Cent. ' I (.TO Outside St. I.ol.is. Two Cent. ilvu-u' "on Trnliia. Three Out.. ST. LOUIS. MO.. TUUKSDAY, MAKrn 8.1000. NINETY SECOND YEAR. w k a E ! 1 1 ' "RELIEF" MEASURE REPORTED, AMENDED. Senate Cuts Out the Clause fSiv- in Cniiiie Ite'veiuie ( I'livrm llii-o. TARIFF BILL LIKELY TO PASS. S-vfmi l.V"ihli:ui Scii:iims Will Vote for It Only l!i'ciiii' Tlnt l''lieo ihf I 'arty Is l'ledped l It. llRITliljr M'ECIAI. Washington. Much 7. Tl.'rc have been no further breaks In the Kof-uMl'-jn ranks In tin- Senile, nlihoush several Sena tors uill support th" Ml ""'J" be muw the party Is pledged to ft. and not heracs- thoy believe that it Is .t pond mra-urc. Senator Cullom Is In this clnss. a?id unless a party c...

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. — 8 March 1900

T-STMTW- THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. MARCH 8. 1000. If I f? I- TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. BUSINESS. ftfccoui't rates wcro Z to 7 per cent for call ami lime loans. Clearances. SiS-A". balances. JKT.TS. New York exchange, par Md. lor. premium asked: Now Orleans. 1"C dlscr-unt bll. par a-ked: laOulsvin. eV -count hid. par asked; Chicago. IV premium bid. 75c premium asked. Cincinnati. lc dis count bid. par asked The local wheat xnarkM closed loner al 94c i). March; fifcc b. May; "se a- -,"''1 74aT73i-r- No 2 red. Torn clcsed butler .it XV n. March; 33Srv May: MlSs1- Julv; 31234' c No. 2 white. Oats clo-a-d at Jfc n. March; H'sSMUc a- JUj ; :VK'c No. 2. At Chicago wheat closed lower at J-c n March: CHi,Stc a May: V- July: fTUc. Sept. Coin closed steady .u V March; 3-.'c Ma) : 55c a July: -"V rsc Sept. Oats closed at Z:r n. M.in h; ZZe b Jiav. :'4c Julv 1 1.c local market for -t-indard m' fork closed steady at SIAM new and at Jt;.sr frr old. Prime steam lard closed sti-iy at 6V: choice at 5.S.V-...

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. — 8 March 1900

n THE REPUBLIC: THFESDAY. 3LA"R0n S. 1000. 'f bp GOOD COFFEE Wl " !5 THE BASIS OF ALL AN 12 H S DOMESTIC BLISS. ) s H H v. WHICH 13 AUi&XrZ5 faOOpfff Vw Sgj SIXTY-FiVE KILLED IN RED ASK DISASTER. Twenty-Nine Dead ISodics Flaw Fiocn Recovered iind Thirtv- Six Are Mis-sin;.. FIVE TAKEN OUT ALIVE. Bodies of Many of the Victims Un identified Cause of Accident Still a Mystery Ros-rne Work Continues. Fire Creek. W. Va.. 31 ireh 7. The n-s-euing parties continued work to-day m re moving dabris and securing the bodies of the victims. The scenes of distress anions those hunting their missing friends are still as appalling 23 yesterdav. The work at the mine continues night aid day and it is still impossible to Rite the exact number of tho victims or to Identify all of the bodies that have been recovered The most conservative estimate of somo of those connected with the mine place the number of killed at fifty-two, and there are others who iseist that the number of vicams will ,1ie found 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. — 8 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, LT?rrr S. IflOO. mm w$& Is the it-Mill of nnicli experimenta lion on tliepaitof Mr. C F. lilanke, ilie originator of l.Iankes famous jlxriosition Brands of Colfee. He has produced in the various brands of "Quick Cup Fluid CoiTee" the same brands, except in tluid form, -which makes it possible to make a cup of toffee as easily as you can tret a drink of water. The addition of hot water only is necessary. No coficc pot to bother with, clean or spoil the coffee. The grades are: High Grade. 4"c Select U5c Golden. ...... ....... :.c Amber loc Et cry Buttle Equal to One Poun J of Coficc. Get them of your dealer. C, FiBLANKE COFFEE GO. ST. I.OIIS, MO. LADIES' SUITS AND WRAPS. GoMampri, like. t Ladles' laun-lerrd Shirt Wal-ts. bus 0f up to 44 131 Ladies' All-Woo! Chev 1 't Serge Suit', fly front Jacketkirt msde with new KtaJuatcJ box pleat. lined throughout with fancy merterlzej lining. Jn royal Uack and oavt &3 S4 95 jUiAiies" Oxford Cheviot Mm, bhort ?call'...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 March 1900

THE REFrBLTC: TITTKSDAY. MARCH. S. 3000. V 4 'Mr ''' 1 i I 1 0BESSI0N Is thf watchword of men and women who arc alive and up-to-date. Old-fogyism and stapnition arc mental death. Nations, cities and individual; that progress are not afraid to j;?t out of the Iv-itea path. The aggressive, earnest, intelligent man or woman is not bound by codes or dogmas. They think, for thcmselvb, and humanity benefits thereby. As a class, the medical profession is clannish. The old school smacks of decay. Bleeding and blistering died hard, but died nevertheless, while homeopathy continues to progress. The great Pasteur was not a physician, yet he blared a pathway which thousands now glad ly follow. A few bright, active, progressive physicians, wfco will not be bound by pre cedentnd w4o have the courage of their con victions, arc doing a great work for the pro fession as a whole. They believe that no man cr school his absorbed all the medical knowl edge obfcvnabie, and when a scientific discov ery is...

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. — 8 March 1900

6 THE r.EPUDLTC: THURSDAY, MAttC'IT 8. 1000. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC lf2-4 Hvcry Day la the War ri'cui!ri!s oo'isiir. h.s"Ai-i- & co. Charles W Knapp. l'rt iJir.t and C-a. Iter. Geon;p I All.n. lice lTctMent. W I! Carr. s.cretara Office: furor sc.-nth an-1 tiliaas Street. ll'.FPCM-lO HV1UIM3 teism.s or sriwcmrTiox. PAII.T AM HUNDA1 - r-E I.N lSsl-Es A i i-i:ic. i:v Mail-In Advance-Postal:.- ITcralJ. Ore aerrr ... f x month's Thiee months . . Am three njr w 1 I i-unUsj. one jcar Si.ni-iv. witli Vanxa.- - hi -a at ma.l iliiiun. Sunday jew ICO IM : 1 ;; l :; HV CAlIUlE't. S-T UJUlS ANl M 1!L Itlih J.r week, rindy cnly ,7 , l"tr uk. dailv anl Suni) . -ucnu twicc-a-wkkk ir-rn- I'-Mishea! ilonJav nn.1 ri.ur-.Ux awe leaf ' -J Jtcn.it he bank draft, urn's, money or.ler. or rt't'ml letter. . AdOr- tiic nni'i r.uir. a u.uis. Mo. Cn-3-te.l commur.ia,a.lk! cannot be rctarnad ux.da-r any cireunistHrct-s. Ertrretl at the !' office at St. Loui. Mo. as ? ord-clan matter lOMESTlC IOTACK TO COPY, ...

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