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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: TITTRSDAY. MATirTT S. 1000. i Li V 1 Mf V -. w e Ruptu Dr. It. :. nice, the AVoII-ICnotrn An tliorit. Sends n Trial f 111 Fa mous Method l'rce t III. Out of the chacs ef old-time tannic coaiM a new and starlils:; cure lor rupture l)r V. B. nice. S N. Main m., AJ.mib, N. i... has -IM 1.5 . aJUJ2S5ff3E5t itir :&v. WRB & - I.. .ll rmoi int. chas. langi: Invented a mitfoJ that cur-- without pain, danger, operation or an hou'S los . f time from the dav's work. To avoid all truestijns of doubt ho sends free to tr -ifft-rer ,i free trial of his method, and thc-e cm Ik. no eartMy reis-n vvhj anv ore rich or j-oor. should not avail themselves of thi- onerous offer. As an Instance of rh-s r. m.n Viti e method, the cure f Char t- Uck . Mt rn ton. 111., Is a welcome piece of fnti-illKeiici-. Mr. LanKC Is i well rreservetl old itenil mia. T2 j ears of age and lor ishtccn j uri had a bad double rupture vvhiih no treat ment could cope with Vftcr a t-liort use of the IUce iae!...

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. — 8 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: TnURSDY. .rA"RnT 8. :M00. s STEAMSHIPS. nil, nntMi Philippine istNsT,,A- Co. Occidental A Orients! S S Co. " J1 R S Co From San Francl-co: llr-g-KOTg. Hone K..r.K Mare. M-rrh'l T;.r rate. f1'(1,1 "r -as'sce anr'v to I. i: Tow-n-dey. art.. CI Olivo. or J I' Alur. agt . ?S "live. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Three "Ires for Or Cents. rch Addltlrna! Mm. Five Cents Extrs- itooKKrrri-TouT-c lady bookkeeper : r-lt..n f-ur r- .-iv 'M'er'en.e. be-t r-f .rr, C "O RclnU op.-at.jr. A ... I.epui- J ivioK -'tnntlon wanted cook and general j. ,,-w-r. .'iv reference lat p!'- years. t afiaid or work. swKra'in". H i; -;IP.L Situation wanted hv colored girl I do ' -v.rlv 1171 Hclrnoni st " Y7,i .r-i,niI-S'tuat! wanted bvoolored gtrl tn e r r-il roux-w-vk or miw 3 ' "" "lii.IHV(K Sltujtlwi l- German rhl ej'g. -il b-.uvw.wk. 13IC Wlil'.tler st Tl I'ViTiiinK Situation bv nevt colored girl tn ! I. j-'..rk in cSly or cuuntrj li s. p.tr.1 t Fn .1 rar-llv t do g.neral houworfc "J. "'' witW- K-'.i...

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. — 8 March 1900

t THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1000. I N I i r i f. k X K 4 GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. ASSESSMENT Notire-illcfourl Kt.ite Muti.al p. r M Insurant - Company of St .Uoul-. Mo . No. 717 Chestnut s-t.. IVbruary 7. !. Nntlo In hrreby Els"n that an merit hui tc-n this day orderoJ bv the Uoanl of Plrt-rtnr .if th.; company on all rxvinluni notes hcKl l.y this com pany from No, 1352 to roC paxable on or be fore April 2. 1500. 1L J. DIKKNUITH. Scrtary. HOUSEHOLD NEEDS. CAitruT cluam.m;. CARPETS taken up. clones, made. -.er and laid; best work, lowest prices Empire Ueam .'arret e.-ieaning e-enirane. w l-ucas. aiam im. Xlnloch C Svi. ENTERPRISE SUeam llsrpet cleaning "o E;-ecial attention t al'crinc. tltlng ana reUy lrg. tjoutl.west corner Lvlniar and Vamleventcr. Klnloch D SJ9. WALL IMI'KII. febtunanh wiuv.mu -: coi:i-.- me Aie, Cast St. I-mlj-Wall paperln,r and d--coiallng at lowest prices, work guaratiU-ed. Send potlal or Mil rjFTY rolls white blank paper, nicely glim mered, with 17 ttrlp o...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 March 1900

10 THE KEPUBLIO: TITl'KSDAY. ItfAttriT 8. 1000. JOURNAL OF The Con REGULAR SESSIO.W 1899-1900. (OFFICIAL.) ( in or - i a-. i mini t fi iinle - : .-i ii -. The ouncil met at '.te- oVin.k p in , Mr. President Meier m the rliair. Present Messrs, Carroll, Gast. Gau. Hodges. lloftman, Horton. Kr.1.2. M-jsii-burg. Richards. Schnel.. Thuucr. V. i,;i-ii.s and Mr. President Meier 13. There bclns no objec-tiona th- minutes of the meeting of March Z. as pnulcsl. wire approv ed REPOHTS FROM CITY on-ICI'llS The followirc communication fiom the President of the. Koaid of Public Improve- ment3 was read and contracts and nonus referred to Co-nxclttee on Public Impro.e merts: Office of the President of tho Board of Public Improvements. St. LoU. M.ir. h 6. l'0 Honorable E. F. . Meier. President of the Council: Sir I have the hinor to submit to he Council for Its approtal. the follow ins eu trarts In dupiica tu-uit Win. and F Ruprecht. Prlncip i'- Frank J. Karlekind tr i J. II I legenhart. Scs curltle...

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. — 8 March 1900

THE TtEPTmLTC: THURSDAY. ILATJCII & moo. II V n 11 K V L 3 k tyf 41 1 ;? ?!? four hundred and thirty nine" Inserted In lieu thereof. .. , . 2M. Strike out Fectl.r.s HIT to ri-h Inclu sive, and insert in lieu thereof the follow ing: faectlon 2147. Mav or to Appoint One Chief and Deputies. Upon the recommendation of the St. Ioui-e Hardwood and Umli'r Manufacturers!" Exchange, u corporation existing under the lav., of Missouri, tha Mayor of the city of St. Ieiuis siiall appoint for said Exchange one chief inspector and measurer and such deputy Inspectors and measurers .is mav be necessar to perfonn the duties of inypVctins a.nl ineasurtiis aiy and all lumber which shall be placed under their supervision, and upon the rceom rnenrfatlon of the Lumbermen's Ex.-t-ansto of St. Louin. .1 corjMration tjcMins und. r the laws of .Missouri. th llar of the city of St. Louis shall also appoint for said l--chango one chief Inspector and measurer Mna sucn deputy inspectors ana mwMiirn lis mav be...

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. — 8 March 1900

ir - 12 TnE REPUBLIC: TnFESDAY. MATCOn S, 1000. 4- -r 1 WHEAT BREAKS OFF SHARPLY GQRH UP AND CLOSES BETTER vnnT mhj: a good tvrt. hit snoiiTi.Y yvi:.ki:si:i m ay thi: clom: y s mi:iv. FEELING WAS MUCH WEAKER. conx iim.n it vi:i.i. i.i. "". hit gim:i hit i.rn'Li: in roi.vr or I'icici:. OATS NOMINALLY UNCHANGED. nm,v r:rriiic. YVrdrrd.tv. M ir. h T. I' The nv-utativ-e srr.iin in irkeis to-day had .v.ai. mh.j of tr. ncth. .lunru; which! ...,..' ,.t...t ,,:nL- almve the level UlUt-'vl -N4al .XUt 1 !" ----- -- or vpfniav bt.t whith w.i f.d'.owei! by veil del-nod wt-ai:n- aji.l a. lct-ilown Hiat -arrlc! them don c..nadf"air. Mot the top flKures. a con.-U.tin of affairs that was especially notlc.al.le in the hiRher-prieeU creal. the ..rs. r nti.l cheaper uniiru. malnt.tlnii.c their own fxtremely ?- As a rule, the fluctuations were c.nflnsl to -R-heat other cereals thowins . w chanKes und none of importance Trad.ns nic-t of the se.lon a re-.u1ctcd and little real ac tivity as diedacd durmc ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 March 1900

THE "REPUBLIC- THURSDAY, MARCH 8. 11)00. A IS i ' 0 sK fsv W. II. LEE. President- D. It. FRANCIS, Vice Pre-ifirr.t. A. L. SUATIJ-iuIl. M Vice Prr-i-ient. he Merchants-Laclede National Bank, Of St. Louis. Condensed Statement of Condition atCloseof Business February 13, RIvSOURCES. Ca'h and Sight Esrhaasc Loans, payable on demand . . . ai iivcti uulc:. I'nited States Bonds Pretniu-n on C. S. Bonds Other Bonds Stocks, t tc Real Kstale LIABILITIES. Capital Slock Surplus and Undivided Frofits.. Circulation I'nitetl States Bond Account IJeposits. Individual .. " R cks and Banker".. I sited States , I eSBZZS - . I NEW BUILDING ST. LOUIS TRUST COMPANY KOW E COURSE OF ERECTION AT THE N. "W. CORNER FOURTH AND LOCUST STG. K.B. Temporary Offices, N. E. Cor. 4th and Pine Sts. FINANCIAL rice, ncCormick Co.'s Cotton Letter. N"n- Tork. March 7. The cotton market c!o-d .oak Uday. In v:cw of which the Icnov.iry; iuar not be rffrardt-fl as without interest: Oa Wednes day, the 17th of Augrst. 1SS3. Aus...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 March 1900

f TflE BBPUBUC: TnUJUSDAY. MARCEL & 1000. MUNYON'S KIDNEY CURE Will speedily and permanently cure all difeascs of these Important orpins and ttlll arret and ward off Brlgnt'a Dlseare. It restores the kidneyi to perfect action: trenrthcm the entire lystem. This remedy ha called forth iXi tM,'5P-oni.. Wee. cent. Write Prof Moion. 1 Arch .treei. Philadelphia, r.. tor medical advlea free. . APPLICATIONS FOR BANK CHARTERS. REPRESENTATIVES OF SIXTEEN STATES. 1419 Sooth Fifth Street, Omaha, Neb., March 2, ,399. The Chattanrjocja Medicine Ccrmpany: "We had been married eleven years, but no children had been born to us. After getting; your advice, I studied the book on Home Treatment that you sent me, very carefully, followed your direc tions closely, and with only three bottles of McElree's "Wine of Cardui and two packagesof Black Draught, I was entirely cured and soon after became pregnant and am expecting to be confined next month. rvIrs.ISIMABUFFINGTON. Smaller Institutions Eager to ...

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. — 9 March 1900

Going to Paris? j Whether you are or not o you will read next Sun .. day's Paris Stcry in Th . Republic. Every line in o tercsting. The Woman in Business Is she losing ,- her beauty? . Read the discussion in next Sunday's Republic THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC o J--1-,-ry,-, f n s- I.n!n. One XJ-V,iJ, Train.. Tliroc Cent. Two Cent. Cent a. XIXETYSECOXD YEAR. st.louis.jfo.. fkiday, .march . iwrn. ADMINISTRATION'S REASONS FOR TAXING PUERTO RICO. PAYING THE HUMANITY-STAGGERING PRICE. FRANK B. CALLAWAY KILL HIMSELF IN JAIL CELL HIS r . f if I I I I V 1 Cabinet Member issues an Authoritative Statement in Defense. Says That Certain Business Interests Feared Free Trade With the Island Would Be Taken as a Precedent in the Philippines Constitutional Rights of the New Possessions Emphatically Denied. Washington. Jlauh x A n-emlier of th. Cabinet t.-r.tght gave out th- follo.wn! authoritative tai iin "t "There lias been a wiilo misapprehension of the Puerto K:-in tariff Mil. of the at titude of the P...

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. — 9 March 1900

-t- lr THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MARCH 0, 11)00. 1 ,i- TO-DAY'S NWSJN BRIEF. nrsixnss. Discount rates were 3 to 7 per cpiU for rill and time 'oms Clearances. SM.S4; 1) ilin ps. tm "0" New York exchange. 10c premium !!!. 1": premium asked. N' Or Icins. par bid, 10c premium asked. Iouls v'He par bid. 10c premium asked; Chicago. !"c premium bid, :V- premium asked. Cin cirnrtl. par bid. H premium asked. TPe local wheat market i losed hl-her at TOi nomin il March. $e aked May, CCa ked .lulv Tfrt'ro No ; red, corn closed hichcr at t4c nominal Mirch. 3ie bid Ma. 3l"-c bid July. SIVi'jc No 2 white, oats 1 e-ed at -:'c nominal March ri'.c Mav. Zi ,e No I t "b cgo wheat closed Iitqher at C&iQKc !.iTh Cfi-V'J're bid Mav. trP.-aV" Julv. G7 .c Sep!.. -om cloe i higher at Ztc nom- I March SjV a-ketl Mix. V,rae Julv. ; bid S-pt . oil i msi-d at JJ54c nominal Man h, .3" C-r Mav 21c Juiv. The lo il ni.uk t 'or standard mes pork rioi-d "-le-i-ii at Sli'sO for m w ard jI JUS or old. prime t-te-im lard...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 9 March 1900

THE irEPUBIiTC: FltTOAY. 5LAK0H 9. MOO. VICTORIA VISITS HER METROPOLIS, MORE GUNS FROM THE FRONT. THEATRE FRANGAISE IN PARIS RUINED. H0HKOHKKH0-0-0K0KKK xmw IJojnl r.rilisli in Thousands Line the Kouto to Ituckiug- liani Palace. Was the Oldest and Oeeupied th Niirhesl Kank Anions 'l:i houses of Frailer. PAEANS OF VICTORY SOUNDED. NEAR TME PALAIS ROYAL IC J K ! N 5 i Is Ireland Will Exlonil a Kesppct ful Welcome to the Queen Kh1- inond's St roup Sneecli in the tAiminoiis. T-ondon. Mar.-h -Que,.- V. :.:. i -"1 the pcoplo of the en-.li't city in lr l'mpiri to-day ccl.-hrpted I he ictorie v. hi ti they believed have tran-loriiic.l th- umiulCT In South Africa from oi-t of reverse Into one Cf succors. That 1 the only explanation of the unbounded, the unimr.illeled enthusi asm with which liu: dreds of thousands hailed their eoven Ign. In many wavs these doniontritlon O'jf dld those of tho Diamond Juhll'-e. although there, trerf nn glittering pai.ear.ts, no tri umphal nrches, r' proce i.ir....

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. — 9 March 1900

. ; - Iff fr ... t H fl MlOl fWl Si ,' CVrs- . , " ffSSOCffS GREATEST STORE. lk &&is Saturday, March 10th, $ 1MB ilPi 111 If Wu I I fit .SS' Pretty Millinery and Costume: Wj(y Sketched at Ban's. iJ(i(Milll (HlJilll infill Jfl!. (. HARRISON WILL NOT RE-ENTER POLITICS. His Friends Make the Announce ment to Set Rumors at Rest OPPOSES M'KINLEY'S POLICY. His Opposition, However, Is Not Based Upon Personal Ambi tion What Republican Leaders S ay. Indianapolis. Jnd., March S. Tho Xews this afternoon says: It Is stated by Intimate friends or Gen eral Harrison that ho Is chagrined that his name should be so freely used la tho news papers of the country In connection with public questions now under consideration. Efforts to make It appear that he is plan ting to step forward as an anti-administration leader, with tho hupo that he may bo called on to become a candidate for rrcsldent. arc. It Is said, cspecally dis tasteful to Mm. His friends pay that he has not tho slightest desire to r...

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. — 9 March 1900

TITE TCEPTTBLIC: FRIDAY, MAUCH 0. 1000. K I" IV " be r tin V - llli f i . In I Ts tfl; SAYS EUROPE WOULD OBJECT. Hay's View of Senator Davis's Canal Amend ment. EED ENGLAND' State Department's Ar- gument in Favor of Alliance. O PROTECT DITCH. Britain Would Help, if We Insist on Guard ing It. r.EPCRl.K S'-UC-jaU Washington. March S Ti Haj -Paunce- fote trral.as It stands to-night, with the T-s; ff ntnn mr t 4 nsnvi . f aj? 4 a rvlv'dttt Iku- i-i-i- It tmir t ibnnifl. t th nuilnt'' ji ' the committee to-monow. but as it stands It represents the sentiments and meets with the approvi.1 of ."eicral members of the ! l orr.m::iee on i oreugn i;eat:c.r.s. it ones not give the I'mted States the right to for tify or to blockade the canal or to clve tpes-lal facilities to American-built ship!. Artlele 1 It Is ncreej that the canal ray b cenfilructsi un'i-r the uvRS'lce o? the Goiernment of the United States either directlv at Its on eft. cr by citt or luin of rooeey to IndiiiJuals or cerpo-itU...

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. — 9 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 3A00. NEW DEMAND TO B: IE UNSUCCESSFUL FEINT OF THE HIGHLANDERS. WORKINGMEN'S Shackelford. Hugh Rowland. Joe KirkhrM. Aderton Samuel. Web R. feanim:l. J ij. Perry Francis and ius I-wis. all of whrun. except the last-named arr kinsmen of th. PRESENTED TO-DAY. LINCOLN DINNER. dead mall. .. , . . , Mr Rowland vvas Sa years old and !nte. At tho time of his .lentil ! was. ia a nt for the t'nlon Casually and In-tiranie f a.. tany of New York, intil t...nt.v he h. been coi.m-cted wlih H - tmmi' i n firm of It l: Francis fi Hi". '"' "' n'n -warm Iil-nds in buslne--. tlr-Ies R-s,j,s his fat !n r his mil. imi.i-d:if r- l.iiive n tl.e city Is Mis. VI- lor 11. runl.i.1 a sis ter p'ri'mis of th- family an- invited io at tend the servl'ta at the- hi.in- THE WEATHER. Proposal in nlir :ni luiim-diaii Street Kail way St like le feaD-d La VRiht. Our Trent iiti-nt if Cuba, the Phil iiipines tiuti Puerto Itito I'uii- tletuiiftl bv K. II. CiDsbv. ' fc .r ,3 u - rl V l I PRE...

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. — 9 March 1900

--; THE "REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, IttATCrTT 0. 3900. A I V -. As, I I FROM LITTLE ACORNS BIG TREES GROW. yffKrfi csl 't li i THREE OF A KIND 1 !-.,- -..I-, ni t c ii:- of C orre .n..t . i L l ..'.- urt--". u a it: i' ' - . ' i.2.. rtan Jn ., 4 (-.--i-.. . -n ' rr t I :t 1. :: ... i i 1 1 tW . u -I trx'rt -.la i Mail OH. .i li- , t - iif ih-v cart- th- iut- i u t'.- i ( t -.J ani-Unr Mat a a: SATURDAY. flARCH 11 . J . 1 i ft L w f k w IB f t. -.it - i . ....-T l i".' Ill tiM.I-s iil .,,., tni,- a ia II" GEO, DIEL & BROS., Newest Store. 205 N. Sixth St. No 3 N. i;roada. 1-35 l-rankliri Avenue. S05 Pine Street. STRANGEST BACKED FOR k 8000 THING, Titlftit J'kki-il l In Kij;lii Moi-m- in the .Mile Il:unli';ii :ii New Oili-an-. IRMA S. WAS WELL PLAYED. Lous Shot M-uli t'oiiiipriioiis ii: the Fifth Kvi-nt -.Jim lion 11 lisincl of Wijins Nailer in a astllof . New Orlran. Ii.. March ThJ- low ers early In the forcr. .n 1. ft tin- t'.i -U liivy. Mudlarks v.a-s triw!y In cvul-'ti--2ti the h:indU-a...

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. — 9 March 1900

Is" 8 THE 'REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MARPn 9. 1900. i f II- 1 THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC ' lfuei T"ery Day In tie Tear PCI51-T-H1 It1 Gn.al.Gl. KNAI'l" A CO Charles V Knsp- lYeia-nt ill Gt- ' George I Allen. Ike VT.-lIent. W li arr s-cntn ora-e r. -ht wwh ana cm-- i-'-"' n:i i t a unuiHN's t-hm-5 ok ?i iwrr.li-no . DAIIT AM) flMI'V -KUN I""-' ft A wi-i:i. IV lla'l In Ki --a-" lo-UKr ITepa'' Or tar - j " "''''" ...- JM jm II-" .lt - T -on "IK r Su-.i i v Id Vir-ww , - s,-e ail ria I ntiuii. .uliS f . .. Mm ai 'Jiniw ., "" 1IY l VltltlM: -T Lri- M S U1 '",. I'-r weel .la i 1 - . 3.rlH 1'i-r tisl .lutt a-I :-inJ.n . " " Tlv ! I. W I I- l !s-l , . 1 i.bllflir; Jltf Mat -is! Tti.ifd " " Jter-ilt b lank Jirt. e.,ts. inonet order, or rigl-.cr.sl Mm Jlr T11K Iir-fl HI.'-. . 1 .! V Ee"n'M-t -wnn.ii.il j.T,iot- ..aaiot te return-J ur.dr- atj. t 'i u-i.- a'- Entered at Oie n -t fii at St Ia.'. Mo ' re -ond-i-Ia.- iran r v iviMK'-rii po-tihi vritoiii j:Sht. nn and mrlte ni" . c'm Sixteen eiill.-en an-1 twe...

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. — 9 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. 3IATC0TI 0. 1000. f i 5 I tt I IK Y 1 I) X TUB TRUTHS. DROP of ink will color a whole glass of water. It is an inch of yeast which makes a pan of bread rise, and a single cake of soap containing unabsorbed wm alkali can ruin a hundred times its cost in laces and fine embroidery. After all, is it wise to take such risks with common soap ? Of course you can get along without Ivory Soap. So can a wagon without axle grease but it goes hard. crpr.CMT i tv Ht rrtett Bail's Cafe Is ust tr. j-w '" rest, re fresh ont'V i-ifmorv an J revie tlie shoppmj; list whfii . viitnnn ( r a d.iv's purch.'sin;. Wfli-cm.Jeo food, dai: tr.y s-ervo.1 at zao-1-rate cert. -ivli be ready every day. ADVERSE TO FRANCHISE TAX. Texas JudjiP I.iilcs in Favor of the Corporations. JSVTI"!J" I'B'IAI. Aui-tin. Tt-x . March 8 To-day. In the Vifty-third District Court. Juilce Frank Morris pn-sidltip. on opinion was rendered Knookinc out the franchise tax suit recent ly brousht ly the hundred-, in th...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 9 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
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 9 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 1900. u bN. R N !H I REAL ESTATE Dwellings, $800 to $80,000 Big Interest Paying Property, 7 to 12 Per Cent Net. Business Property Business Corners. Prices Cut 20 to 40 Per Cent. ...March Real Estate Price Current... FISHER & CO., BUSINESS NEEDS. rm.vriMJ. BENTOX A CO.. lten-nvd to SI? Wahlncton Ave Art wor'e a er-etJaltJ at jt price. llfSIXnsa card". II. h.UlieaJ. t3finnt rot:iad. SI r0 pvT thousand A. I1. VUrej. 1M N Twelfth tt nf'iiVT Printing f ompiry. $7 N. r-urth prices; Fir- ommerv-al Job urk. p.pu'.i: send lur sat.iples. J W STITrTLC Jt Ol . lloox unj Jcb Printer., 55 X Tnlr.l fct I-gal blanks uuj briefs a spe cialty. TUL 'lmJ itTi:i.s. TBROATvrAT. 11 anl 1" N . . It C llc'el Roecs Jc. Me anJ Jl per Jay cr !! M per wk nnd ur IIOTKL I'll 5" l"lr ? Newly crenel . h-ti. uith .!! furnishe-1 an J h atcd roots.; - al i-.a .v. lra. f.r t-i ncTAtn nnt " ill! Us, Mill l.J :-. --. ; uan w.aa. ""l IK'S EI A llftM Eumran -plan lfpantly fnr- nh-d. ". thi...

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. — 9 March 1900

. I u i! 12 THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MARCH 0. 1900. !j T I :! i i i l; Ii ?! ! ( i t rtt t i i -i -j- -i ? ift it s U ii.. i l r T J. r !f. Jrl r. 1 1 A TURN FOR BETTER ALL GRA1M MARKETS SROW IMPROVEMENT YIIII'AT DCYT.I.OPED A STHOMJKIl TONC AMI fillAUlALLV GAINED IX STREAUTH. GENERAL NEWS FAVORABLE. cons nKi.n r wni.i, am. Tiinorfiii am: srssio.v Axn ci.on was AT A GOOD AUVAXCK. OATS WERE NOMINALLY BETTER ORUf lie public. Thursday. March i. 1!X. Outside of the fact that the situation to d ty was stronger and all the markets made a f-ilrly trood advance In prices there was i 'thine th.it could be considered as par ticuijrlv new to comment on In connection iv tli tin' general speculative situation. As f-.r as tiadlii? wa-s concerned it waa the Mine old ;tor: that is to say. business In the pit on 'change was quiet nnd chiefly ccnflr.ed to scali era. Neither side was In an ERsreue mood, and thmushout the day the movement of values wa narrow and in-f-equcnt. The cheaper grains showed a. f...

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