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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

3 iliil'f km FOLLQWIHG DAYS. EVERYBODY IMVITED. J THE GREAT REMODELED STORE WILL BE THROWN OPES MONDAY M08NIH6 FILLED ALMOST TO OVERFLOWING THE EEPUBLTO: SUNDAY. 1UAR0H 11, 1000. OPEN NG WITH all the most beautiful and desirable dry goods which it was ever our privilege to present to the people of St. Louis and surrounding country. We desire that every woman in this community shall see what a beautiful store we have made for them to trade in; also the pretty new fads of fashion which we have gathered for their adornment. A magnificent display of New Spring Millinery, new Laces and Embroideries, new Silk and Colored and Black Dress Goods, a beautiful fabric called Jusi Cloth (pronounced Hoosee), for evening or summer wear at the seashore, made by the natives of the Philippine Islands and sent specially from Manila by our Mr. Dan C. Nugent, who is now on a tour 'round the world for his health; new Kid Gloves, new Hosiery, most elegant imported costumes, fine Tailor-Made Gowns, Wraps, ...

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. — 11 March 1900

vn THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAKOII 11. 1900. it. ;i h . -'! r : 1 & I ! .V3 t i Bfl P- a s? -.. i t h- 4 ; 4 i flit fKlir ill. it H . BULLER SHOWS NEW ACTIVITY. His Army Is Marching Into Northern Natal. BOERS AWAIT HIM. Battle Is Near in the Biggarsberg Moun tains. FREE STATE NEWS. Clear Road to Bloem- fontein Before Lord Roberts. BY MILTON V. SNYDER. SPECIAL. BY CABLE. London. Sunday, March 11. (Copyright, 3. by the New York Herald Company.) Nothing official came through from Lord Roberts yesterday, but from other sources I Irarn that the road to Elotmfonteln is really clear, as was first Intimated yester day, and a march of fifty miles will bring the British front to the Free State capita According to a story received from a Boer source. 12,000 British are threatening tho burghers in the neighborhood of Help roaakar. Usually when news Is scarce, there Is a plentiful crop of rumors, but eterday there wero few of these, and logical Lon doners were too much occupied by tho Queen's v...

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. — 11 March 1900

5 Under Muslins. i f Each Tor Corset Covers of good cam J W( brie, in V shape, trimmed with ein- w W broidery and ortn si. a f Per pair for extra Une Cambric AjC Drawers, with iJiep embroidery rur TV fle, yoVc band acd cluster of tacks, worth C9c J g Each for U cht Gowns of extra Rood AiC quality muslin. '.th square. V and Tw hii:h necks. a llubbant sile. with yokes of Snc tu. us, bimsiftei Ins. rufiie or embroidery positively orth7c rf For Umbrella Petti -onts efCnecam Uxf bncwith thiee. rows of Torchon lace Ov insertion lace flounces and dust ruEe, really worth I1JW. New Linings. Cr for Remnants of regular 15c Quality J Silesia. 'if Per yard for 10c Quality Imitation French JW Haircloth. 81- For the Percallnes la staple ai. colorv 111 For regular 20c quality or Linen Gray lUi. canvas. 'X'Xr F'ryard 'or Mercerised Moreen Skirt JJw lng-lhtHnJ usually sold at toe. Embroideries. rer yard for Mi quality 3-lnch Heavy Hamburg Insert'oa. Kid Glove Samples. Entire Drummer's Sample I.1r. bo...

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. — 11 March 1900

r? THE IlEPUBLIC: SUXDAY, MARCH. 11. 1000. 6 I -; ASKED THE SHERIFF TO ARREST HIM. fHKK0H0HKKHHKKKH DYSPEPSIA and INDIGESTION Digestive Distrders Quickly Relieved and Permanently Cured by A. il. Gorham, Churpd Willi Mur der in Kentucky. Surren dered at Carlinville. f ANXIOUS TO CLEAR HIMSELF. Voluntarily Awaiting the Arrival of O Hirers to Take Him I'acl: lor Trial Story of the Killing. ST5., f fill I ili tSvl u I i f -f tr 3- r ? . B ft I n i t' B n--- :U - fc- ALOOF FROM THE WORLD FOR YEARS, iMiss Annie Lehman Ash, a Phila delphia Recluse, Died Yesterday. SHE HAD A HIDDEN ROMANCE lieactiful. Popular and Wealthy, She Suddenly Left Society and Closed Her Ilonie to All Her Former Friends. ItErUBLIC SPECIAL. Philadelphia. Pa.. March 10. Death has thrown open, after narly thirty-six years, the abutters of the old house at No. 222 South fourth street, in -what was half a. century ?eo the most fashionable residen tial part of Philadelphia. Miss Lehman Ash. a social recluse, who died this...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC SUNDAY. MARCH 11. 1900. l stfe 1 4 UN UPTURE Many people mill undoubtedly be rarprteed to learn that over ten Ir cent of tho whole popuLatlon la the United States Hre afflicted with this dreadful dis ease, which brinsra thousands of peoplo every year to an early prav. ThLi af Ili Hon is met In men. women and children of all ases. Tho ltfo of such an unfor tunate person 1 In constant danger; a fall, a heavy lift, or. for that matter, a se vere rough, may cause the rupture to slip out. nnd by the npasmodle action of the muscle eurroundlns tho abdominal opening. ntnuiKUlatlon Is apt to occur, onl docs occur so often, usually cndlns fatally In H to 4S hours. When I rettkd In St. Louis a number of years oro. I bugan demonstrating the pucress of my treatment to a number cf prominent siirjrwtiH. n uell as to the pub lic at large, and my results wero so crattfrinj; that no honest person catild docht. if they took thi trouble to lnrostlcatc I accept only such patients whos ruptu...

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. — 11 March 1900

if- 2'lfil " -" v3fe - i, i si : f I 1 ' THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MAJVTT 11, 1900. 8 KOBBE'S WORK IN SOUTHERN LUZON. j Jkat ivos of Porsojjon Province .,'" ' Xevcr Hail Seen Americans -s i I Before. ,1 TAGALOS HAD LIED TO THEM. mLXJ33 EHHL0sws-tsLs BPB T F r r H4VTt- O i, 7f JBrlf" """ lUr Pi"4sPvPlH. JmwtT' . f -; i i ? 'J Jl H! "i i . 4 i' EC I el 4 u ?. g ! : ' r! m. I- I. w.& Latter Said That Manila Was in Filipinos" Hand No Fight ing Was Necessary Much Hemp Released. CMTerjH.r.iJcnee cf the Anc!strd FTtss. Sorsoffon. Southern Luzon. Jan. 3". Two days aso a military epi-dition of some io) -American troop, und.-r tlvawal Kol.be. left Manila and pronvdml on sc-ral steam ships to the southern end of Luzon IsUnd, there to occupy and permanently garrison six sracoast towns and villages. Up to the present time, three such towns have como lindor the American tlae; and the control of American ann officers, and no ono has been hurt on either side. Two or three more rlaces still remain t...

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. — 11 March 1900

5 GOVERNOR ASKED FOR TROOPS. Correspontleim Regarding tLfi Jdalio 3Iine Trnttliles Is 3I:ule rublic VAR DEPARTMENT'S DEFENSE. Adjutant (cenenil Porbin Informed tht; Miners' Representative That the Request Had to Ie Granted. Continuation of Anniversary Display Monday and Tuesday. THE "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 3LVRCH 11, 1000.' if 3Pa I 4 . V s A- New Laces, Dress Trimmings A ND Neckwear, Veilings, etc The entire counter space between the two Sixth street doors on the north side of aisle is devoted to the display and sale of these handsome lines. Renaissance. Guinure. Russian Point. Roman Point, BatkitP and Applique All-over Lace, MillaJjle for yokes, bodices, boleros, sleeves, Cl , Cfrt etc.; yard $1 lo -4IU 2 to 6 inch Laces and Wave B.'.nd In- Ja. A! .!?.: 25c to $6 Fancy Wash Nets, In white and yard .'. 5UC to j5 Fancy Applique Band "er. tn C4 Laces; yard ZDL - -J)'' Cream Renaissance, Point d'Gencs and Brux Lace Robes; Cc Tr, C7 each .pIO LU MJD BRoteSTp5.nh.!.a",!!I.:: $30 Black, White...

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. — 11 March 1900

'r ifl'J. SO THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 11, 1000. iitr - ss a I i I i 4 1!' 4! s"i If :-ir 1! ill' p. i "3: ., 14 at.i I- Irl 2 -.IB 41 I WE respectfully call the attention of the DRESSER $ to our lanre and excellent line of SPRING Ss SUITINGS, TROUSERINGS and OVER COATINGS, made to order in FAULTLESS and UP-TO-DATE STYLE. 4 o o o Trousers, Made to Order, Suits and J; Overcoats, Ha If to Orrtf. Fit, Trimmings and Workmanship Guaranteed. Arnheim THE TAILOR, Northwest Corner Broadway and Pine Street. C-44 EDITOR T0-M8RR0W. Ilevercnd Mr. Sheldon's Instruc tions to Topeka Capital Staff. SENSATIONAL ITEMS BARRED. I'olitical Reporter Stumped Sporting Editors Have a Week of Leisure No Work on .Sunday Other Features. ItEPUBUC SPECIAL Topeka. Kaa, March 10. The Reverend C 1L Sheldon has had a very busy day of It. and did not leave the Capital office unUl a late hour to-nUht. To-day. for the first time, he realized that he was facing a problem that no other editor of a daily ..-j . .. -v " n...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

52 ACTIVITY AMONG BRITISH AUTHORS. PROTESTS AGAINST MEAT RILL CONTINUE WILD ENTHUSIASM GREETS THE QUEEN. WHY VICTORIA DOES NOT VISIT ITALY. THEATRE FRANGAIS TO BE REBUILT. ExDected That ihe W.ir Snirir Action of Count Posatlows-ky Wh- ncr in the Kfichslag Scmvd hy the I'ross. Frvnziert Demonstration in Her Honor Indicates That the War Is Popular. King Humbert Cannot Assume ll- sjxmsil.ility for Her Safet Government Will Hush the Work Credit or ::,tl()ii.00l) Francs to 15c Aj-ked. Will Permeate English Lit erntnre for Many Months. f THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 11, 1000. I NEWS OF THE OLD WORLD BY CABLE TO THE REPUBLIC. j,g j&l A i. IB If I II ? A MS 1 -f b- IE S u CORELLI AGAIN TO THE FORE. Forthcoming Work May Cjuisc Much Controversy History of Transvaal and Orange Free State to Be Published. SPECIAL BV CABLE. London. Saturday. March 10. iCopvrSghl. 1 br the New York Herald Comiiany.) Literary members of Parliament are fmp what ruffled ly certain references to them raked up in M...

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. — 11 March 1900

&!KismmuitKaf-B!S!&. to THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MAKOII 11, 1000. Bl- ' r I Your Spring l Overcoat Should be made It will impart an elegance to your form that you little thought ol: there'll be no struggle to get into it it will slide on easily fall into place readily fit up around the neck lay on the shoulders cor rectly. You'll get comfort ard style and at little cost, with nearly a thousand fabrics lo choOSJ from if you place your order with NICOLL We make to order these handsome garments, $18 to $4-0. SPRING SUITINGS. Nearly five thousand strong is our showing can you realize it? Come in and get posted. Wc arc glad to show our goods. Suits to order $J5 to 5aJ Trousers to order. $5 to $12 M 4&J i Xyn. TAILOR 71B-717 OXixrc Stroot. Satisfaction or your money back. PAST VOIUC AT MHMI'HIS. BanKtalln Are GuliiK fircnt t:un nt MoiitKomer l';irL. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Memphis. Tenn.. March 13. The MontEome-y Handicap has since 12 been ere of the historic racls? fixtures of the fam...

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. — 11 March 1900

TnE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. lLVrClT II, 1900. XC3 LECALZS'S HORSE FINISHED FIRST. be a fhankVs Job for the cble Gotham!!, for "MQ AMNESTY." SAY'S DREYFUS. white hanging the nbt-ons on the "roma." toy u H"",to1 " OHI unclruo' ertnieli. and other ladles' pets, he will be sur- I rorndcJ by n interested throng of ladles, who i tt0 fYmton.lii Tint 'Vl.-.ro'.-.t. ntiH than repay you for tho earn In Ita prepara tion. Eat at odcc." TELEPHONE COMBINE. C996S6S5Sr96sWs96Sst?6969s5sT9SS96969SS6 on v. ;il?SfaSltIpSSrrt5?'The K,ie Absorbed by Tch-rapl. rd and tbtlr diseases and la famous us Iclcphniie and Cable 0. draftd'.'.""" "iJilS l, age York. March M-OHIOa, announce. - . I H .tt nt rm ass .. sil- nitai - a mt-sj .f a tra .4 fr... ...I . - I Millions Use will register their kirks whether ther I a rt-a- " .........j .... 'i-im on or not. and If Mr Mortimer out with a fculr on hts well-rounded head he will Indeed t Others Should Be Tried. z orni ty nek!- foiiune. I Mr. Cole will have plejitr to keep ...

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. — 11 March 1900

i- r I f H A . THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. IAIvCII 11. IflOO W-l L3S V LEADERS FAVOR ADJOURNING EARLY. Efforts Making lo Finish the Busi ness in Congress by June First. I r HARDLY WILL BE SUCCESSFUL h- Probability Is That the Legislative Programme Will Not He Com pleted Before July Im portant Bills Pending. - F & :. fe P1- is e t- nnpuBLic spkciau "Washington. March 10. Rcpubli;an leaders In both houses of Congress are anxious to tiring the present session to a close before the activo opening of the presidential cam pal 11. Attempts aro bclrg made to arrange the legislative programme so as to have nil the moro Important measures out of the way by June, If possible, or by Juno 13 at the latest. There Is still so much work ahead, however, especially In the Senate, that It Is mere than probable that Congress will still be In session on July 1. The financial bill, the mot Important legislation that has ye; reached an adianc i-tagr, will be finally disponed of by the House on Tuesday, when...

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. — 11 March 1900

THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: The Special Mall Edition I Printed la Three Parts. The Sunday Magazine It PART II. 8 PAGES. J Printed la One Part COPVRIGHT. 1. I1T I't'RI.lSHERS. GEORGE KNAPP & COMPANT. rvwww ' SUNDAY. MARCH 11. 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. NIXETY SECOND YEAE. NEW YORK CORPORATION PLANNING TO SELL AIR. : 1 1 T T T I T" 1 T ----i '-- . 9 - . ... , ----.-.-- .. j CTlEW the Multiplicity of Magnificent Seasonable New Spring Goods now in all j Departments, the culmination of months of research throughout the markets of the j world and offered at prices that will infuse new life and vigor into the opening month t)xygen, Nitrogen and Carbonic Acid Gas to of the Spring season, ffi Special prices for Monday to make a big selling record! j be Extracted From the Atmosphere For Commercial Uses. Gro.Bryan, Notary Public, on 5th floor. "MEET ME 'ROUND THE DOME. u w LET ME OFF AT , Free Nursery oa 4:h f!oo: k".r X i 1 i 4 f f fs ! 1 t Eueeial Corresuonilenr of Th" SunJae...

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. — 11 March 1900

'6&&&&&&S': ? --t' - ..; -,j-ssarrwr--r-Jv. eT t TnT5 EEPFBLTC SUNDAY. ItflURCFF 11. MOO. 31 I. THE GREAT ATTACK ON LADYSMITH: THE FINAL REPULSE OF THE BOERS ON WAGON HILL. January C the Botr made a determln-v! effort to capture tno position. Caesar's Camp .mil Wagon Hill. the latter .1 lofty eminence to the southwest txie poceess.on of which bH have brought them wiiliin rifle, ranse of the town. The position a separated from that of the Uoer- liy .1 rocky ravine In the earlv hours of the morning tinder cover of tin. darkniss the Notre sac .ccdl In evading thr KnlNli pickets, muk- Ir.e their wav through the thorn-bush. Mid rr.irhlns the fool of the .-loiic At half-pas' r the iil.trm was raled li) the KiiKliFh sen tries. lat before the full extent ir the dall Ser could be rtnll7ed. th outlvlm? "rtjicarT had been rushtsl and their ucfeinl 1 slain Hrinir the llrim,-. two rooitnni n of tl." I'ordon Hh-hlHiidert uent to th. jxKjtik of the llancfce-tcr lleslment 1!...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

THE -REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MA"RCIT 11, 1900. $; fcjL 1 V3 i i m i m bit 1 L 1 M w I Km m rV SOCIAL GATHERINGS IN SECRET SOCIETY CIRCLES. LODGE VISITS PLANNED FOK THIS MONTH. LEmwrtunn.eiits Ari:uii. by l.it; ilaccaboes. A. O. V. W-. Knij-lits and I.:ulifs of Honor. V srertu'n.r-. Utlp lu.il n " i - fettm-lrd STiiI intt-nMlng inprtlnir - Thur I... r risrins. at hch two candMat wt irttia.i. -f,.ur .-I---tM to intnirhlr ami tiv- aii'.lratiiTJ jwnrtj. Iv-tnr 7 W. Pat Iter ar.l .rori;- ! l.ortn. master TioTAman anl rMM". r"s;--t -Iv. rf rarnw-n" lawit;.. rrnt A gmtttal E-M tim- was lta under th. ! t -b- .t.t. I'horn: 1I?- haI n fair att-minnre w Ul Triiur.a3r r.iir.... at which ti.- candt-I-i.. wrr. I'utiat!. and tvo aM.l.rat.on. f-r m'ml-th'r t .. M. Sme an.! inMrmnrmal mu-I' wr Uvn uti.w t!i soM ? h" wxlrr, and Kmrjl -.--lime was InrfalKWl In all pr-M-nt. n.T. raroe the u-i. ni.ii j'ar.c. Western 1iS-. No. 3T.. had a .nSM fcci-- .n lat Tliurdav -3.e. at v.nu-h ...tr .ani tlFtej. Tr" initia...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

TFE REPUBLIC SUNDAY. MARCH H. 1900. ,V tr THIS COUNTRY IS THE PUCILIST'S PARADISE. JX M OTHi:a COINTIIV K UK so uei.i. pritsnn, s w 1:1.1. ,,,:- HEM'KCTCD till t K1,1' dkessij nos'-n tii'Tin: . iiurnn ahi:.. IJV MACON McCOHMlCK. Special Correa.pond.-r.ee oC The Suudar 1'.. n ibUe. New York. March !.-Tiic Cnited States Ih the paradise of the pugilist. 1" no other country is he so wtll pureed. so 'll re spected, or M well dressed. The truth of the latter statement, .specially. was brought forcibly to my mind at the theater the otner night. Seated In one of the upier pros cenium boxes was Hob Kiu-lmmoii-. in all the glory of semi-evening dress. I don't think Hoberl's warmest admirer would claim much for him on (he yore f f.icial beauty, and et he lookesl very well, in deed, in his Tuxedo coat, his low-cut vest and his expan-lve shirt front. Ah 1 took in hi Tout Ensemble, a we s-a in Gay Para-e. I caeuldn'l help con :r.i .tins it v.Ith h'sarptaranee wlnn I lirst met him in San Francisco...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

THE KEPUBLTC: SUNDAY. MARCH 11, 1900. 5 Free to All Dr. Whitehall Will Send a Package of His Wonderful Remedy to Every Reader Who Is Suffering with RHEUMATISM -5 "i 4 3 i 3 4 1 I H.tf-StUessel. L' f 1 t r ff f 41 Ear xt 7 i T!)ob WycoTi. pa Vsf 4 NeKtioneds. I Nationals I Kjl J km - n. w - yLW ERDERLE STILL LEADS DRUGGISTS' LEAGUE. ;APOTHECHIK. MARK 11ICII AVP.lt- .im howi.i.m; ciickihi n cr AATIONALs fOM'IM K Til MIT THE TACK f Till: NOITH- kk i.i;ac;i i:. SVIMTTEX roi! THE SI XIAY llKI'Vl'.!.!'" The individual averages of the Drupgict-' Cocked Hat Hon ling League will bo found flow: SEVENTY-FIVE OAMtj AND OVElt. !ioulrs Game C I'. M r. At. Fndexle l l.U 1 S IS.3I Kfchre 91 l. 3-0 IT M 3cu Ii IS !'". 4; II Niemann 1) in 1.17 .:i Ozman ' I Z .77 4.1-7 JHllz 101 1 1 i..H 4. IS Na ho J n i 7j 4.:i Hon.ht.rK S3 1 in .tl 43 75 Grahsri Ii'J 1 04 7.47 4;.a Itiill 1.3 71 4;.IS Hits 1 j 7 11 i: 11 Jlcl-se Si 1 31 7 15 41S Pance J' 11 ci 41.SI Oassel :! i u k i 41 "l S1 fcneider ., li l.a 7 ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

m THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MABOTT tt. JOuO. 's V u f-- f fl F - a -II E I I I !& THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Isuei Every Iav in the Tear. rCI5I.IIEItS. GnORGK KNAPP & CO,-. Charles W. Knann. rttildml ar.'l G?n- MBr Gcoixc L. Allen. Vice President. W. It Oarr. Sccrctarj. Offlrc: Corner Feienta and Olive Streets. iRKiruuc in-n.iiiNn. TE1U1S OF SITCIUPTION. . KAILT AND SUNDAY- SEVEN lssl A WEEK. j: Mail-In ACianoe-resURC 1'rrt'aW. Six north luce m-.Gth . . 3rt J.V Am- th:rv l.-is L-i-pt cunoaj. one ear ... 3 Maid-i. with Jlacafcuic :i 1 Tl rltidl I.IHll 'TtUtVH, ..MU-1.., , . Sat-'av Jl irszinc ..;,1"-i.ii UV -AEi:ii:E. ST. LOl'IP AND M Utl.U.- rcr-wet-k, .lc-ly -nlv ,?!!,. I'vr uwk. .laili an.l S?unil4r " " TVVICE-A-VV KKK ISHIE ' 3'aMulif-i! MonJaj anJ TnurdM o.ie year.." Kcmit h hank Jralt. -xpress. money order, or l.jriitered lctur. A.!Jr THE HErrJlUH . :; Iiul. Mo. Crr.ejected comniunlcationt canaM Ik: retunwl fcroier any circusi-tances. Ertrre.1 at the tst office at i-t. Iui. Mo....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

TTIE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH 11. 1900. s V X. I ! if I1 i ! rf 1 I WINTER RESORTS. HOTEL EMPIRE Broadnuy and K.rI Mrect, . Cily. EVROPEAS PLAS EXCLUSIVELY. Koomt, SI. 50 per Day anJ upward. 5ultes, J-J.50 per Day an urmard. All Ftrr-t vat pas? ih J--r. 4"n.- ti .......tl-- Xrvm. center of amu-M-Oie-ats anj iiH't:oe district. Cew Euildlnr 8trlct!y Fitv;-rvof N"M ai.d lJt-mi fully j:nuifiK"d IVrfe-et ""ulnp i:f!cint Venice pttninir.J lh- li-st i-.pi.- only Vine lrm" . .. S:W.il..j Mumc I.-v'r.al''v ji'.J .ir. ni ntr. ! rii-l Snd I'OIaI for i.i- npUVf 1 k 't and tale rd. V. JOHXSO.V til-INN'. rmrtVtor. Golf. Hunting. Fishing. Florida West Coast Hotels PLANT SYSTEM. TAHPA BAY HOTEL, ft.- Fine O'-lf I-i'itv- llffvlnaN In harf. A. I. ..-,,. V.inacr. ZIotcI IIrlIt- fi, I 'l-.--. .: ti-- i.j.r, K.a. . A it ii.ti. Minacrr. Seminole Hotel. m.r r.itk ria I l-"rt.-i. Manai;-r. flraln Htiu.r. cvai. KU 1' ! lTr"ivn. Manavfr. 3 Intel Ivit I m in fr. KKinir. l-Ti f II IittT nitat h. I . Pl...W P. l...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 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
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