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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 9 March 1900

13 THE "REPUBLIC- FRIDAY. MA"RCTI 9. 11)00. s FINANCIAL FRANCI S, BR 0. & CO., HO Olivo Stroot, (snw voniv stock nxrnwr.K. B.M. . J MiYV YOIIK COTTO ITCCIIIMSU. c.iboj cniCAo stock i.yciiamu. (.CHICAGO DU.tltO OF TltADC. DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL MARKETS LOCAL ST00KS AND BOIJDS. TELEPHONES: Bell. Main Kinloch, A 2712. H56. ZXXTO f V Offers the Greatest Investment Opportunity Before the Public To-Day, lint texr mouth nsro th! !-".u.try wa rlmja.Hr unknown to tr rRTal puMl.' f th Cnltd Ptatra. Carltal haf1 r. it .-t awakficd to Its vast pos!birtl-. rn toia it tr m;doss future If rallzd br cojnparit1cl- fw Thot. who do recormz tN- f a t. I-oT.et4T. will rap a rich reward a etc- .er ralnd by f ir-tt-nte investor. 'Anv ia to-ilny Jn practically the Fara po titlon that corrr ovcuplrd farty year aso. a-:-! many will N? th rich estates a quarter of a century hnce that ow their rat tn-om to cine Investment road now. jfhare In rood sine mice, like thoee cf th INTERNATIONAL ZIN...

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. — 9 March 1900

f I 34 THE KEPFBLTC: FRIDAY. 3LVRrTT 0. MOO. ,H r i I i U it i I! r t H r. V. :n . !T - I r u I- r ;-U L- :- :i r U ?. The histwl amouut .lowed, on '1AC,Y; oondF. jrtry and aU -rtteJ - loans a specially, at loir rate of -J": ,52?, S."VAW RAALTE & CO., 12 and I S. Fourth St. rTESTABLISHED IS7-. nnnrn With DR. ACTUIUJ14 UU iU tait-s UUitUM T n BBIsBrB rrcc TKIAI. Bottle AT FKOST-jnHNSrX-! s t'LIVE ST jKi.iin x.? H : H TM. Uu931raj e ' iUfktt St 1 ' llr-d IS71. Uut Hate tCJCETS. I Krzcmo. r Tli-i" dandruff. quIcVlv SfinP cuI " a '"n Prow. wifrts' i?1" ,' iuliCi (ui-naiut..i r i. iMMiti removed. ' J. Wftirl. J!. P. CC'J Chemical bulli es, rjior.u A 4IC city items. THERE Is no getting over the fact that Crawford's Pianos aic- the b. :-t .nd cheapest In town, and there is no g uhk over the. fact they s.I.ow by f.ir tlio largest selections of line, new f.-oods m the city:! No slough ton bottles Manding mound from tlrue im memorial:! Crawford's Piano department was only started laM May'...

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. — 10 March 1900

VWWWVWWMWWVWM I TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC It PrintiC l 5 I TWO PARTS. I THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. PART I. 8 PAGES. tsvvvvvsvvveA'vvvvvv' -. fin M. I.nl. One Cent. TT?irPj ! flnWilr St. Lolua. Two lliuJJl on Trains. Three Crnti NIXETYSECOXD YEAR. ST. LOOS. MO.. SATURDAY, MAKCIT 10. 1000. Centa V 1 if t a I 4 H I 3 J V CONSPIRACY CHARGED AGAINST !1 FIVE KENTUCKY REPUBLICANS. 9 Accused of Being Accessories Before the Fact to Goebei's Murder. One Arrested and Warrants Out for the Others Detectives Claim That a Gigantic Plot Existed Involving Very Prom inent Men More Startling Developments Prom ised Senate Measure May Cause War. rurrtnujc special. Frankfort. Ky . March S.-Warrants charging the crime of being accessory be fore tlie fact to the willfal murCr of ft.illatn Gccbol wcro snorn out late this pfternocn against Caleb Power, the Re publican claimant to the ofilce of Secretary of State: John L. Powers, his brother, of Rprbourvllle; former Secretary of Stato Charles Flnley. of Whitley County; ...

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. — 10 March 1900

ht p fc "' TTIE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 1000. r t .1 I: t 5 ! $ II IS ) i h i n i U i t i- h I ! r i r V1 'it1; i-i if t i p M ff i n If i.. ' r.r w u ir 'a I ! v-fe m Is TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. BUSINESS. Discount rate were 5 t 7 per eeTil for call and time loans Clearances. JtP,5H: balances, JttlSl. New York exchange. 10c premium bid. 1 premium asked. N w Or leans, par bid. 10c premium .i.kcd. Iuis ville. par bid. 10o premium a-kcd; Chicago. Me premium bid, lOe premium askd. Cincin nati, par bid, 10c premium asked. Tlie local wheat market closed lower at (WSiC nominal March. CJuO'iC May. tWc afked Jul. Corn cl.is.-d higher at 33c March. Clc a-ked Mas. 31sc bid July. Oats closed at :Sc March. 5f,r Hay. Tho wheat market at Chicago closed lower at Co'ic nominal March. fi-sc May. WVjft7c July, CTVgCTStC Sept. Corn closed higher at 34isC nominal March. 3TA.C Muj. 3.t-4&3.",c July. 36!c Sept. Oat closed .it ZPtc March, Z,c askel Ma. irrMj '--c July. The local market for standar...

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. — 10 March 1900

TTITC TiFTTJRLIC,: SATURDAT. SLATRCTT 10. 1300. M irch in. is:o. in Troop M. Third United States Cavalry. 1.. .I.... m.I f..i I'tincrrk.. ESI CASE TO ESTABLISH STATUS OF PUERTO RICO. At a meeting of the McKlnlcy K publican 23a V L i 1 J ej :4 v Judge Lascombe Hears Arguments of Merchants Who Object to the Tariff. Island Is and Has Been Recognized as a Part of the United States Government Pleads Thai the Court Has No Jurisdiction. iti rri'i i " vi. .ew York. Mar- ti "' - Arc i" rts ma " !' Charles llen-v llut.r tn.l Wl-tint 1 i d State" IHstrM Aiiorn'1 lKm. I '" In t'io Milt in e.uii brought bv A S ccl'en A. Co . men ha n of Heave- st' tnj.iln CoIl.Ttor Invrsc IS Padw !l c"!"cctina dutits on artitles hroucbt I .a 1 1. t frmi from PuTto Hlco a foreign counlrl If dev H.T1- brought from . vvie herd th: -venl.c ?bv Judpe Ilcnrv I I-iioinbe or lb'- l into. S'-ites Circa. t ' oti-t The Government's representative con'end ei lhat the c-se d'd nor cone unocr the court"4- Jurisdii 'I'm becaiw...

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. — 10 March 1900

S TTTE REPTTBLTC: SATUKDAT. JIABfTt 10. 1H)0. M i Ml Hi Rr h IM-h r'l :iri Ilk tfi Ei-r GOLD D'OR TIRED IN THE SOFT GOING. Hail Early Speed, but Tom Collins anil Maggie Davis Heat Iliin at the End. PRINCE REAL A GOOD THING. II is Party Hacked Ilim Hearily and He Won by a Hwitl From Walk- onsliaw JJright 2iglit Won at Long Odds. iiErtrnuc special. New Orleans, La.. March 9. Despite ihs fact that the meeting Is near Its close, the attendance is still up to the t-tandard. The croud out this afternoon was as large as that of any day this -winter, excepting, of courte, holidays. The track had dried out considerably, and comparatively good tlma was made. The most Interesting race of the day was the six-furlong handicap. In which tevcr.il speedy ones sported silk. Of the lot. Gold d'Or was made an even money choice, and was heavily played at that figure. Tom Collins and Maggie Davis, both received a quiet play at 5 to 1. As expected, the track was a bit too toft for Gold d'Or. He raccJ in ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 10 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. LVRCH 10. 1D00. 4v y u i T COMPANY'S ANSWER IS EXPECTED TO-DAY President Whitafcor Koplies to Two Offi'i to Arbitrate the Differences. 'new demands are submitted Employes Consider That Manager Coleman's Reception of Proposi tion Indicated His Acqui escence in It Meetings. It is cxpe-td th-it to-div the St. I.ouis Transit Company will present si formal and definite answer to the demands made by the employes of tho company to General Man ager Cohmiui last 'Wednesday morning. These. dejnandi Involve recognition of th.v employes.' union, chances In tho rules gov erning tho men. shorter work days and more pay. Yesterday tho company, through Presi dent Whltaker. declined the offer of Mayor ' Ziegeniein to act as arbitrator between iho company and tho men. This '1Tt had previously been accepted by tho men. Tho. company also, last night, declined the offer cf State Labor Commissioner T. P. Rlxey to act as arbitrator. Yesterday the men presented to General Manager Col...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 10 March 1900

W II r 6 THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. IIARCH 10. 1000. i i . a t. f-B if ;' f (K ?fl 'i t r I-H U ! 5 t : r Si . v-f ? tIVs 1 THE ST. LOUTS REPUBLIC I.ul Kvcry Day In the Year riTnusiiriw. geui-gu knapp -- co- Cherts W. Kru-pp. rresl'er.t and Gen. Mrr. Georce 1 Allen. Vice rrostdent. W. B Oarr. Secretary. Ofnre: Corner Seventh aiel ultra Street". tKEPl'ISl.ll m.Ul.DINGI TEJlllS OF St'BSrKriTION. DA1I.T AND SUNDAY - fW --N l-1 CR A WKKK. n Mall In Advsnro -1M Itepa ' Ope tea- 15:t month. ......... ...... .- - - 1 i "Tit- month Av three las. except Sun-iar. one '",r scm-ay. with l-ur?rit- Special mail oditut:. Sunday ;io 1 7.. 1 -i liv r.M:uu-'. st ijucis ani srtu iii..s I'er week, da I only cru) l'er week, naili aiM Sunaar Hernia tyvici:-a-w KKK is-.-rn. Published Mon.Jay ami Tburwlaj one. yrar..J..cw Remit bv bank iraft. exprest. mon- order. rccltere,I letter. . . A4Jres THE llKrl.-KI.lC. ;; lvists". Mo. CHeJeeteri communications cannot lie returned under an cireu-nstanc. . Kctcreil at t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 10 March 1900

TTTE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. ttAKOTT 10. 1000. i f MS fi X jw Jet i 1 g S I NEW PUBLICATIONS THE FUNNIEST PUZZLE Of THE YEAR I THE SBACOS'S liCKALIDBI T5i EEJ.CO.S- Whnfcalua Wltttu DecoBGoodaefl.fanneraadprcbibitiosit. sans. lalreslolbiibotve one Saturday eenin a.laia signs 1 SAMPLES ffoURSViMElTOR'SALE That ctebt some jnlftcfclrvon Iwti palntM oat n of tbe lwacn letters thut fianffing tin Riga Into an tdveribemrntof .rjt.xl-Mln,t ilciuor 'A ,!?& letters dM th boyn ratal out mt what v t t!ca that sbockd th Iv-von' ;lfu netffti' on on ttflr way to cLur. b t nrit tn -mu; A ah xnontbsat-4crtptloa t. tie rrnnr Mac-rto will given absolutely fr- to T-oa- who an twert ImH putilc r.;rcH j Look it lL Ifi"oni hlsro.ftcrarcho.it fir letter, act tredtbo bock.Ia? revolt toTb Fennf M Marin- If rt r right, vou will reel The Vtnny Mas-In- I'KKE for U piontif, jid tou win alo l pln chunr to r FIVE POLLAIM in lltf how if r tbr receipt of tbe first eory of th Majratin In't r lul onr crntwttli yuurnns...

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. — 10 March 1900

rr it. r i THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MAEOII 10, 1900. r , ; i ii !- . v.i I !- 1 r .: . I. . F- t U a r m t 1 i.f L, r ',' J iJl f : B .H "I I Our Sftocs ftave thelarpcst sale of any shoes in the world. Hemilton-Brown Shoe Co. make the best shoes. jP-iOIAL SA-. Ouorconts. Ouorcoats. 912-9U FracW:s Ay:. W are n-w cllng "ur stock of rr-!lum-- - Ight clolh.r. lli nw ij Men ! band, la order to mii. ro rn r .r our new erring :. rants. ?l t.p ats "J vets, t oO up. cverccats. JI 0 tip 11' " loaned o-i all arlir-Ies of va.i.- .wew rat cf Interest. T Purn Loaa & J n ant.Ie . tg KiOSSY TO LOAN . F ca Watitts, Diaiuends, Jtwelrj, Etr. Ths recst liberal advances t-jule at tl- lowest rates cf interest. Buanes stri;t.r c -oadenttiL S. VAN RAALYE & CO., 213 N. Seventh Street. Franch at 13 ted H South Fourth St. f-prlrato loan department, als private en trance from rotunda of IIuIUdZ lt.dg il MMHpMWMI.IIIUIJI,.JU.l,l.lASaB H ! n 607 PltfE STREET. onoy to Xioan o.v pr.osa.AL PROPERTY. UNREDEEM...

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

V 4 K 3 i I I I 1 '3 1 I PART lie 1 1 8 PAGES. I NIXETY-SECOXD YEAR CANAL TREATY IS REPORTED. Committee Adopts Amendment Re serving the Right to De fend Waterway. Senator Morgan Takes an Opposing View, but Will Not Object to the Approval of the Com pact, Which Now Is Assured. Wahir.etcn Ma-ch The Senate Com- t or to the Presidents declaration that "the nttee onVor'elgn Relations to-day reported dangerous questions arising from the Clay n..tiee u.i rue s" . . .., tun-Uuiwrr treaty Lave be:i amicably -in to the Senate the Ilay-FaunsCfoie t.caty . co Mth Davis" amendment to tec-lion 5 o. trarr ,,,; for th,, I).Jrr0S..of abrogating article 2. Only Senator Morgan vote3 ajr.ilnst th's action He presented a minority report d ,..,' .- .... ,,-, , int. r. sis of tie United States are fully protected by tlio Milieu w -." treaty as drawn up by secretary Hay aim T.nrdPauncefote. However, he will not op pose the treaty In the St nate. The amend ment reads: "It la agreed that none of tho immediat...

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. — 10 March 1900

T t "J- THE UEPUP.LTC: SATURDAY. MATCOTT 10, 3n00. 'i if . in ) i . I 1KL m ;l fi & :& ' -if - v. n -!-? IPi 'V Ml'., rl.- MANY SERMONS ON VICE IN SALOONS, .More Than Forty Pastors Will Preach To-Morrow in Support of Anti-Wineroom Crii:il- NEW ST. PAUL'S M. E. CHURCH. Extensive Improvements to .Made on the Present Site First Meeting in "The Temple" Services. P.e More thin forty wrmons vvill be preached to-morrow- by the leading pastor, and l,u' plt orators of the city about the evils -f vice In saloons. This dav has hen set apart by the ministers for the purpos-e of educat ing their congregations in some of the I phases of wlncroom tend other forms of vice permeating a large number of S'u Xiouls saloons. It Is expected that the ro EUlt -will be momentous, the conccrtid uctlon marking a rapid step forward in the work of the Anti-Wineroom Crusade. This or ganization is responsible for this concerted effort, hoping thereby to Influence the laity of the churches, molding public ...

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. — 10 March 1900

TITE "REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. 31LV.RCII 10. 1900. i 3. .,. ' .'-'.' SA- ..:: ' What Will Happen to Beauty , "3 : -. of American Women? .. i ?- M ... - -.,.-;'" .:... : THIS Is a serious tjuestion -rinus lo women and men. Will tin- type of beauty of the Arn-r'ran woman change b-c.inso she has taken up what have heretofore been known as mas culine elutlcs'" Will sho bee.. mo irH pr.tty b-c ius- she- h?s Iecome a doctor, a. law-r. a clerk, a laborer, an artisan'' This mbjeet Is discussed In an entertaining way In to-morrow's Sun day It-public i General Fred Grant in the Philippines. 1 V- -"', !'' ' " ' " 1 xVV. v . .?'if ; : " ? ' ' . 1 -tpW: ' ' ' '' :''' h vr--1 v-' K 1 ';X ?s I El J Y a a CH1EVELEY CALLAWAY IHQBEST Vltin B5fi!"iM:1ir i WlFf KJVScr.Uc iiilW kt.Oliit iltUI Autopsy Did Not Uovoal tho Kind of Dm? lie ls-d to Kml Ilis Lifo. NO TRACE OF CONSUMPTION. Fact That His Letter to Mr. Mauivr .Was Dated AYedaesday Shows That lie Probably Ilad the Poison Theu. Prank B. CaJIatvav-'s bod...

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. — 10 March 1900

E Al? i THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MARCH 10. 1900. STEAMSHIPS. AGENTS WANTED. fRfr5 fir Vi it'. T -t t 1 'fl' "3 . U. if nitt ruiua Philippine s'T?7rT? JfiPl)KCHlnA IIONOLELP. Parine jsii s.s. Hcnc-Konc Man-. March 31 For rate'. -" rs.sce apply -a I- E. Townsley. Et-. 4-1 " cr J E. Aicur. net-. W3 Olive. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Tit: Line, for rive Cens. Each Addltlo-al Line. Five Cents Extra. nooKicnEPnu-Youn; lady ""r-r " j ro.Uicn; four years' c.ty riiriBi. bwt r erencei.. cood Remlucicn operator. A ... Repub lic iuirdresser Tour-: inay wi-.be. " learn li-lrdre-sini-. only r.rst-oia-s hairdresser r.ce-lj ap ply: no arts. AdJ M. S-. Sohrelbtr , "-.rem. drcscistF. ISM S. Grand. T.ACNDRESS "it'iatlo-i bv fh-t-cla-s laun-dre-j: poo-i reference, ro cut or brlcc washlcc boras. Call or write. I-O Morcan. "T-TENIHIRAPIIKR Situation wnntr-1 fcr lady with six jearV cxpcr,. n.-c ni .te-iorraphcr. cash ier ami iwiTant boU..-oer, salary $la month. T IIS. Republic HELP WANTED-FEMALE. Three Lines...

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. — 10 March 1900

THE -REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MAT.CIT 10. 1000. i 53 V a 5r3 I a m 1 Jl REMOVALS. BRUSH Manufacturer J. S. OostMlo . Sot, brush manufacture. rrm..ved to MM 1 Ine rt. "We are headquarters tor brushes. VE re In oar new -tcre. at 4 N Elsjhth t . formerly at Si: N. I!ro.ida L en thing ta.n. day School and Kindergarten supplies. J. ;.. Beall & Son, TYPEWRITERS. rim s.vn:. RMml-rREMIER X. 3. food condition; nil modern Improvements. Address A B- Lltt.e. .; Dayton at. HOUSEHOLD NEEDS. i.vitnrr clka.mm.. CABPETS taken up. cl-aned. mads over an.! laid; best work. lowest pr.ces. Umpire Sleara Carpet Cleaning Ccn-p-ay. 3ll Lucas. Main MM. Ktnloch C S.6. ENTERI'lHStl frtcam Carpet Cleaning Co. special attentkn to ltenn. n-.tlsc and rtlay li.ir. Comer Eatoa and I'.Uwltton aves- 'Plume Kinioca u Li -W AM. PAPER. FIFTY roll sUtf blank rapor. nicely e'.Iti ntrtJ. w th 13 trips ef boruer to match s.. liiartnel Wall Pa;..- Cu. ;v N Broadway NEW sp'trj; vvil p ijier. per roll. I" up. Ste cer. 3-7 t.-dm-...

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. — 10 March 1900

. ! I- 6 THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MARCII 10. 1000. r f trF f '-I . -sf-r U !H H Kpks GOBS WAS STRONG, BUT WHEAT WEAKEHED CL0SI8B LOWER. rnirrrr siuci. everything was HnAUI.SU IN VtUI'AT AND T1UT GRAIN CLOSED AT decline. ARGENTINE SHIPMENTS LARGE. corn: held it well am) close was at ax advance and near, tiie top. OATS QUIET, BUT BETTER. Offlce Kepubllc. Friday. M-irch 3. ! The speculative situation in sraln to-Iay presented no new fi-aturea that were of interest to tha trnde. As fnx as the cheaper fjrains viere cnncemel. however, there T-ns a much more chcrf-ful aspect sho-srn. end thes markets xava promise of turninir out better. It was corn that headed the list, and practically dictated in a way tho course to be pursued by the other markets. Ml the strensth of th.3 sit uation was concentrated In that Brain to day, but. norortthstandlns this f-ict. it had no material effect ur-on the high-priced srain. which was In rather a stupid and lnll portion all through the M-.-ion. and especia...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 10 March 1900

TTTE EEPUBLIO- SATURDAY. MAIiR 10. 1000. TV v iW FINANCIAL "ST. K. tKE. President. I. R. FRANCIS. Vic I'ree'.cent. A. 1 flUPT-'-1'8". 24 Vloe President. The Merchants-Laclede National Bank, Of St I Condensed Statement of Condition at RESOURCES. rash nrti-I Sipht Erchanee .... ont Mvnhlt on dcniaml ... ' ' at fixed dates. United States Bonds Premium on U. S. Bonds Other Bonds, Stocks, etc RealEstate LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits. Circulation United States Bond Account . . . Deposits, Individual . . " Bnks and Bankers . " United States........ MISS!! COMP f&ff-Srr?r-,B llP gM ejP&l vBStfKayKi HraJ H Ba W & G yfoiii 1 1 WfSaiSLiba u & CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS - - PAYS. 4 ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS, 1 FINANCIAL N. W. Harris Go. BANKERS DAUR0 flovemm't. Municipal ril IN1I A Railroad, Gas and UUIIW W Electric Companies Bought and cold. Including total Issue. Letters of Credit and Drafts Issued on Bank of Scotland, London, Credit L,Tonnais, Vans. INT...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 10 March 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 1900. a UP-TO-DATE NOTIONS IN WHAT TO WEAR. n tt flt i K- IK rat iH II I , . ;v ft - f & .i fc ? rsf g. p; ft- .r 4 I CLOTH TAILOR TURBANS ARE IN VOGUE One of the Most Popular Shapes in tne New Millinery. WrtnTKN FOR THTJ EfNTAT TtEPUKT-IC. Spring toques suggest nothing so much as Turkish turbans. ThU comparison does cot Imply any great beauty on the part of tho new hats. but. as a matter of fact, they are decidedly lovely. But one must buy one's Epring toque carefully that Is, It Is an easy matter to appear top-heavy, it tao toque Is too large. A tall woman may wear quite a large toque, while the short, plump woman looks sadly overloaded with ono or the larger rolled-up hats. Ilut a word to the wise Is sufficient, and the American woman has 1 tamed to bo very wise In the matter of selecting her millinery. She has learned that It !a well to consider her own btyle quite as well as to consider tho up-to-date air of her hats, and to bult the Utter...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

WVVAAMMMMM THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: The Special Mali EdMoa In Prlitttlla Three Part. The Sunday Magawlae It Printed la Out Part. PART I. ! PAGES. COPYRIGHT. 1500. BV PUBL15UKRS. GEORGE" KNAPP & COMPANY. vwwvwwwvwvvw iSHLNETY-SECO-SD YEAR. st. 1,01ns. no., suxday. maroii 11. moo. PRICE FIVE CEXTS. TAYL AYONETS DEFIED CIVIL OFFICERS. TRANSIT COMPANY AND ITS MEN REACH AN AGREEMENT. 2 i-tsr. rrniTiiMv riTii.TinM Pr.nrfr Warrants Tfrnnrftrl and Two t inc tvcniuLM aiiuAiiun. WWWMVrrVseseWWs s N -.d Men Wanted Disguised and Smuggled Away, WERE FORCIBLY ARRESTED AT LEXINGTON. Accused of Being Accessories to Goebel's Murder Republican Mountaineers Ordered Back to Frankfort Beckham Is Legal Governor Situation Very Grave. rrpi-rJJC srn-i.vi. Frankfort. Ky.. March K'-The situation in Kentucky is aciln very threatening. The ciash is between the militia, commanded by Republican Governor Tavlor. and the pence officers of Franklin County. The militia of th mountain counties ha...

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. — 11 March 1900

TKE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 11, 1000. "! k. if t- I 1 at 5 n m if SUI-, I- . I r TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. BUSINGS?. Discount rates were 5 to 7 per cent for call and time leans. Clearances. 53,16.91..; bilances, SiCSS. Ntw York ei.cli.ir.ge.jc premium bid. Kc pnmlum nked; New or lean. par bid, 10c premium asked'.Louls lllc. par bid. 10c rremium a'ked; lwcwi, Sc premium bid. 33c premium at-Xed, Cin cinnati, par bid. 10c premium asked. The loc.il whtat market closed steady at .c nominal March. BTVooT'tc May. Vsc July. TJTiTic No. rd. Corn cIomM higher at 31c nominal March, SV.c asked May, 31 -c .l.ilv. 35:i35",c No. 1 white. Oats closed at 24t,"c nominal March. MV&tl'sC Ma. "P.c No. 2. The wheat market at Chirago closed quiet at Cc noml-nl March. foViiG bid SU. .j ...... . , nnnx.ul Sent. Corn closed hteher at M'-.- nominal March. . . .. -.., .r.i..j i,:iv 2U.e as a.-Kea .May. ... jwfi -.-.,. - -Sept Oats clo-ed at 3c nominal Ma arch. SVS'Sc Mav. :k.Pc July. The lo..l market for sta...

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