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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

TIIE REPTT5LTC: SUNDAY. ItfAROII 18. 11)00. 9 m in -i rubli. cm: ff '.a - a r s I Wll. I Y BUSINESS FOR SALE. l.AI.GUN IV Uji 1 mirk'tta Jt-J . uu -. l w i 1 titan - S. " r in s,u i.nic rale I r -.cars. I.il illi 1 LsT i Ibini- , cnenir stun In clt. "P r nt l I-'. HP n- . . Tl a I -(-"-. a---. a, nmni flti" li fi.-iilsh.-d t itr a-.- ..-- ---'-". ' ,.... ..-,.-. It. in,; t!-e cl'.J. b N Tlrd " ta" u la -ii Hill t. itc in i-outli St. Louis AriJe. j S be ent'l H t i. f?.? tolinf tril6U.rrni ,,? ,, ir i ntV 3 I" -s. nj:l i a J. " ' -. .i I bullu ni.. - i ' - Nrri-mttii- iItji i i rendition. r--l . tn. puvir and ruuuia: .,. - uar ' N Knurtli rt. I e-iij. i , - t. ih-T with s.ne n-'-.nca b.k.i tu( r s. mil- t. i sr.1 . m I - room.. 'u-a:i .an W lu'iiiit ae and '..-1 bu-in.i.. a bargain C 233. i ,. ... r fiv 11,1. Wit." lar- I ' " ' ' .. ... . -w.l 1 .-. I 1 II I "IIP ei. "a ""- --- "' ' III. il , - 1 1 i Vv a I- i 111. 1 aiU. i tva-a m k It r V 1 1 n i- iri i. ' n l.catai al il II II.' 1...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

3 i; i 10 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MA-RCTT IS. 1000. 4 n ; l.i . i lr b f f It n. PERSONAL NEEDS. oi.ii ci.oYiii.M. nurcsirr. attention Mhvhii i "' pd ladicvaad rents clothtr.p. ...-i- . sn-t I- - -c i- i all r Mild pacal VI hn:. 1.1 I 'win as- - i HIGHEST car wr oaU !r Is.dle-and ;;cn tlemen-.. -art-..', iwli-ij -I-' earia-ie Car or end poatul J Ml ltr. th Vi.lnul St. Kin. A ".li. I I'.w unore tenid tali'- I r i tii - ajjd gens' i-I'frs nt ' iai"crs. drea M, Slrn. .--.j. !..- rt- Ad- ' mi:v cwitsiims 'jo oiti::it. th wll: ?ult In :on. -nd ; -tal. ivi:j;, ci.ka.mm: n iii:i'iniG. r.inilN nd u. mr Jh.'l'l?. wnir H3-I fciuyhol'! drapTl t t- n.l "t. in. Orarl ! .. a. i .1 .'.-l. .'. .Till V iP.. AmUO I It ami ini j . !T"1 X Orand TOI'll clhft ci- i-!. J-J nd r-palril t fjlfl Oinlnc " c. . 11.1 Fl-t !t -'. !" 'n- Kin. I11ICI VSK "TVAnn.vTni --'u c u -p- ?--: 2-t-i . tip mi I3-.'. '-.- l tr.t .: U'Ul- I tlcal life ". ?." I-v-a-l .. iii:.'iitiiv. nocron a. k irwKR TT.t'.t. a war- Jrptn Av- 'r...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

It WEEKS' OEGOBD IN BEAL ESTATE, owned Kv i:i-zi Jf Art-ii-tron". sold to- Will l im K: nk- I- - f 7V .M.etio.t a, j. -.Miih side, lietwe-n Ar-kan.-av a vi u. in.) i.i.in.i avrar.f, lot fiS!I"; own .1 t., l: ;. .-1.t, .ib-r; Mud to John 11. Hurl fur .;.! K. U rarrrtilnje. ZZ Smith Tw.tnty-flrrt, ri-Alr fa -tor $L ' A . jM'irlt 111$ WfMmlwtfr: 1 -riling. Aur- H fcflr:". PoHihw5t cwratf Kui! anl r'--n --)t. i-t-r.. n. Win I' M.Tk- ;v .1 t. Vlruent. thi In Mt Imikln -- Wvim i.i ti. tuniAv. J0-r7 Krufl. two J ran.. -!I:m. iXO- C 1!.' I" . Ir.t s.-" -i .. ICrn4Ef minr an I '4.i Si tic I it , : ;- Ultiiti. Ullr. in? .t.. ju 1 : .... k . t. u f "! If "rp any. " 1' ' .1. V. Lev I A Co. J M. 1si ; ... r.-iort ZJic f.illowlnij ir.t.i .,. ta.r, j, r - ... u S o l .' Ii it. . i . k re talent V Nis 2?. I .in 1 .--I. i,.. i..riu t nx-rwm Tto Exrliunc Compttcs lis Kir..t .ie. -,;h u n- .i-m ..n.nui.-m i..t ilnrttln?! oi .M.-iriix--.' Jh :-'i t .. i-hip. j tii..-'. ! t ' t nor f F-air- .: It , i -:...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

l . . If t. I 12 THE REPUBLIC: ST'XDAYrAROn 18. 1900. ? i -I i ' ILJ , M IRISH-AMERICAN SOCIETY BANQUET. rir.l Anmiiil Kn-nl "f lliw Or ;iniz:iticiii Hold :it ln- St. MANY ELOQUENT SPEECHES. J-'iithor ColTfy'f: I'nijiT t...Si. I'.tl- ri-k in LilnM-iti- Iri-Iaml Mi: f-ic. Klnqiifin'o :iln! "t)I tiro of Two !.ainl. Tho first annual hanq-JPt of tlie lil-Ji-AnHTlcati Society .i kIvmi al St. Nicholas Hotel last night in -. ! hratlon of St. l"nt rlck's Day. Thli soil""-y '" tf-ontly "ir-Kan!rt-.l. aii'l its Imihiiu'Is h.n- t. il-tli.-inilehin fitui iadf:. ar- - iaJI tn tlliil to th. m anil no intoxl. .iUi.k urlnks are tT oJ. The- iIm orations of ti.- lmine-ha!:. in whi.li lt uan'i-t war lit 'i. ! iri-li .ml American color. It.urimni;l'-1 nh ?i.is-" of tlowi-rs. whit-.- h-r aiwl th sv w.'r' tl. nymlxjls if the ordtr of tho KniKlit" of Ka t!i r Mntlicn. r v.hhh niott c.f tlw- tn n Xiromiii.-nt In the Iri-h-Aim-rK.tn S.hI. ty ari Du.nili-r& Tho si'tth of lailn-r J..nus T. Coff-. nho r-i)...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

naOODOOODOBOOOOODOJlODOBi republic: B ST: LO 5L,A,.fc J i r jS- T j &&. s OTficsapoHl 2 ifflW? 0 fcii-V 2.0.0 a oc2 HU3-1 S& - TOE CONTENTS OF TI!K ST. I.OUIS REPLTJUC SPNDAY MAGAZINE ARK IT.OTKiTn) J'.V COPYRIGHT. AM. RIGHTS RESERVED. rCTIUWTTED EVERT WKEK. 8GVRXTH ANT OIJVE KTISCTrra. BT. IJUIS. MO.. ! ITT. TRAIL ErUtr.t at II- I;it Of3.-. at ST. Iv-.uli. !!.. a aMftd-cM lEJtler ta Notmtfr. J7. m:xety-secoxd year. SUNDAY, MAKCIT 18. 1000. PK1CE FIVE CENTS. m THE STORY OF THE ASSASSINATION OF ALEXANDER II. Q- Q rmunvr.-rr .gst f G .1 I kv ffi,fetl 5K3 a .rJL-lfiTfnfcS' -J m 5 T- nL hr " i ;r7r--',;s&tppi!-iiiQ ---jiTTTR vrrrrr 1 isll&d im3 g CS'ZWJH 'SMcf 1 Haaaoao-ocroaaaa A msm V'' I I 2 ! A N. i I MSSl? SCENES AT THE TIME OF THE ASSASSINATION. mMmywmKmmmm, ai;Mv . --- mmmmmMs mm,j wmm m Woman's Influence Twice Moves the Czar. In the assasiatloa of Cixr Alexander, on ths third Sunday of March. ISO. two women played a decisive part, while a third succeeded almo...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

I THE REPUBLIC: STJNDXY, JitfA'KCH IS. 1900. & i ! 1 ! i i . SM l! 1 i 4 fr 5 i J l! IJ - I- I' if ft gracious smile from tho soldler-lovlng ffovs crclrrn, As 1 went the rounds to deliver my orders to each of the group of officers. Pome of the gentlemen were passing from linn 1 to hand tt copy of tho Kawkas, news paper from South Iliisahi that had Iteen delivered nt the barracks that very mora ine I was Invited to look Into it. ami rend what follows "AH DSTrt:-!! trIN us that on th second tidy of Deccmlfr. XTi. he na1- summoned ti Count lKnattietI.Huyt.lan Ambasssdor at the High Porte, to explain. If possible, rt certain dream Czar Alexander had. and wtii.-h a' troubling him xcesllngl " "The EmixTor." -aid his Kxcellcncv. 'had seen in hl. loej two moons, one dark r.d and the other silx.r white, the moons Ix -in? enitHgc i in .1 s.-uf tie. "All interjire-e.l the dream os follows. "A terrlbl. wsr will break nut between K11--tda and Turkex. and the white Czar will not he allowed to...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

4 31 M 1 itfj ij. ri r I i Ik Jr &Z3S&3m&SU KUSLH 3iBPClKZcT"ST""MM"MTy"yTnBr rsaBBBBBBBiBflBBBBBBlsBaiBBBBBBBBBBBBBCt- ajgiia5iagg1g VWMYAV7WWVWVWAVWWWV For a month members of this organization planned and rehearsed an entertainment with out an intimation of the proceedings reaching their friends. The minstrel show was as much of a success as it -was a surprise. WWwwwvwav vwwwvawww VULCAN PLANET OF ROMANCE. BY MAY PIIOOTOH. At tho coming total eclipse of th sun. which occurs on May 25, 1900. a photographic oarch Is to be made for the lntramercurlal planet Vulcan, which is supposed to wander between tho tuu and Mercury. According to circular No 4S. Just published by tho Harvard College Observatory, an expedition planned for this purpose wul be sent from the Harvard College Observatory, equipped with a camera containing a phoi&graphlc ler.s with an apertjro of three Inches and a focal length of eleven feet loir inencs The Dhotoercphlc x ii.ies are attached to tha Inte...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

era ere A- to f to 1 pap dell lng wl" "J daj- Cou Hlg drtr trot. peer and lng . terr Eli be I are. csid fair tlm It w "C "pi !n:e RftO f.n-1 im SOV. v fikl I savi cati ds f any and tows ry t "Wt '" W ivVt tf Impossible. -'.il If EZrt-Z'S&S.S W SS," ' i.. SJ (ffSfcSV !lfc"lfV" jfesgis?; a . m. zsgaes. -.m rT.wa ssa si 7 ri .writthn for the Sunday iiurrnijc. A roUcfinan is a man who acan bl.ie clothes. bra--s buttons, a helmet am! a club. a:id n-Lo now und tinn proves him self a hor A polio man Is rot regarded ns a h-rr. gencradv. The popular version of him Is that ho la a man !io r is droppi i Into .1 10ft place 'hroush tho vigorous handling of a strong pull, and as a man who la to bo abused at lnt-rvais during everv cay In th year. That Is the popular opinion of n!rn as evidenced by tho fart that he ;s never treated by tho pop!o who write plays as anything more ta.porlant tl. n a fool or .1 villain. The fircra-n Is portrajed as a hero always; tho policeman the stage police manla...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

TTTE "REPrBLIC: SUNDAY. IVIARCH IS. 1900. A 2 T 4 1 iVTy - - -S.-. . MP$&:&$w - s Mozart: From tlie Story of Hh Life- bv Louis Nohl, Translated From "the German liv .John .1. L:dor. Wclfrr.ng Anuideus Vcrart wis birn tn the city of S'.xbai,-. J .-1U--S.- iT 1":. His father. I.-lM. was .. - "'.. d :-.'tii n far-liy of Co tr.'- ''!e .!. -j. if th' thm fr tmoe-'.-U cilv of Am- i-:P. rJ h.Tl Ci.n.e to Sai.b'.rc. tie d-m.i. : f I " -".ihoi and ! -ea-t r a 1 ex -' r- tu ,-e : Mt. i ,iw: j,. t . J,e a"i-.it' J l.i rs- 'i iy teac.-- lr.r nr.."U- A-1'rw.ir.li r." I .' c mre ., Mct.l... ir.! I' . n f. t'.'l.l. " - d.r. .-tor fe . ? L'.-ilr r band, t.i !' a.-. lit .-hop. Il .77 he p-aiei n ' -is rirl 'jial -i lr. a r.cighl'i.rlrg i'wii i'- :.d hi w If s.ere eiii-u'en. tw h. 'iTI't Ci iple I.I fc'alz.rarg in th'.- lj. ' clil'dren l.on t.i the ii. 1' Am a. k:. 'mi I"' the I 'i - .-. n-.o X! -.-la , ni of Nutrier'. and .r V....T.iiB. n V.'ofcrl An .i v.a- a --1 ! .sit-eu'i;." c-lled ,i m:...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

r cr t- ja do In. V.I TITP3 "REPUBLIC: F5UNBXY. &rA"ROTT 18. 1900 . "" '" '--"-- . .- .-II fP tffcr U .-, - vS?:. ,1 fir - -r" -gp :: r nri 1! " 1 -S r,M Iff sHrrn 'ti h JINP ?" ' - " : ' :;"i-i r -- - ""- -- - - r7 7 r$tf ' r- ' " ' - Trr-l ',. WW mbjP'WJ F?OHT V cf TPovai- Lodge.. WSIiyJ2 jpfeol few o C!roukd -. msSs " -jjC vr .":r" - .. ; F"YMcasJHi PHMkM7Hl9BKAfu.A-. sj ?I a ' Inassraa sBBssssssssssBsrassrai Wvvv iU. IssssrsassssrBSBsBvwRP nsssssli X assrassraV HHIR'jivvQ j' assssssssssssssrassrJt!' - ifMl ioRtflNGr POQZV. &n ECRETARV OFFICE ADJOINING. THE: BATH-T3oOS. ADJOlfvIIlG 5EO-lOOA.. I Wnil'lTJT K3Jt TEE STTNDAT RnrUBIJC. Mr. Lonfftrys country rcMence Is utti- I atel four miles from Newmarket, and Is i Btted with cv erj" modem convrnlencs and i luxury. Tha entrance hall has a partjuet ' floor, which 2ea5 throuph an oik arch- iway into a larce oak paneled receptlon- i room. The first f.oor la approa-hcl l.v a fjf principal callery, oak 5talrea!",v.Uh ca'ved jQ new...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: KCXDAY. MAKCIT IS, 1000. m::hl aimi i Marketing 11 Manfla Frank Carpenter Males tic Rounds Women Conduct Mici of tic Business tV.UKi SlIIUH 'y.-- .j?, ta. "- - " & i...lHMik iV .Xi vi ' : F 77J A . txmm wf mm I,,..-, . , yaMii llll ! l IIP'" I i wiwww am L . . ' i iiin i " kcRE WiMW a ow i ' i 1 &fP fi (A.iaifll i nm . - -v . i i T Ms'VlW JIM 1 SiKu e-' cr7 i I vV " "'S -J " I j, Vievr. gi.a.tes- Ttvw. -.imi.Maa i) ;iii,iii . .Lr3V5a vnier.1 . s - . ;w. rrwy-5 r-ei.'M:-riH m.WiBS' a. :"'fiWllfcMBfl!f2& -" --ssv.t.- - -c SOT! fl 4 ' SliFfx i -K, - b V i mitm a M mammmtamMam M ws gatfc1Miif I ,'wi Rwvtal C&rrrnAtirt of Tli cun Jav nnultil Manila. Fb. 5 Com T!h tne this mora ine arJ tak a Ifc"it at or.e of the b'.i; mar kets of Mar.ilx Tfcoro axe maav vcattpred thretishout the .lty. but the larcest is ovor the river In Tondo. It tva' formerly he'd !n B. tic buildinc. but this xas burned down, nnd th? novemmrnt la now advcrtl-lni; for rropoals for a i.ew Rt...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

r A Si ct lia de in wl da CC 31! dr ITt ftt - en lm. lei beas ts, rai Ur. It "P J- mi i nfl j to. I5n as J Fa' ca I xu f an. I an! tbv Itn- tn' i 7 j 6cK the"! in. ' loo W HSt avi. .wltj ;wh J?re 3Ie best. " li bu Jo: ace 6trj cv n Fori lnd bra I?ai Ger i Hhi cm lie '3-n Io Xile prr ,5 iiu" yol Xet ore I lov I i' ille rlt Mr ci tt' oV BO ric cii til 11 "? & -ho P wl hi, efc" !1 O: rftr. th' ho hi" if ? air" ft 1" at: hi:-- hf tt . tt" ET h" fo' St. ha cu hi ta-1!-A? Vt hi- cl? cvV- El'. bt iaf xa7 -' do" af bj- ; Up ti - Sf nV tlf hT- . av' TTTE TCEPFBLTC: SUNDAY. ItfA-RCTT 18. 1000. FAIR LADIES WHO KNOW THE MYSTERIES OF BANJO MUSIC. I . TTTTIAMUA YTRnT? IMF'S DESCRIPTION OF v JKJLi.1 ill liil" a-v -. TT,- ,KT-rnTTnni:MT A lTr TiTS O A . HS inc. 11ND 1 KUWION l ixivis --- g "'Srjj ?' l ........ X ' vyiFV ' I n-nnTEN- rem tttt prvn vt inrTT.7.T The season which !s Just nearing an end has been unusually active In the Iwnjo and mindolln world: especially the banjo, which has brer. ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. fAROK 18. 1000. WemocpSh uhe -""""' lOi-' r BY VELLA S. IMGER50LL 1 Vv h i I I t 1 t I ( I i I1 I k.T M IT& yk iiHHHHn 1 ilk nsi'HIsS' )y ) Sill a i wlr jdyyr 1 1 A ' WIUTTEX mi! THH fl'NP VY r.KI-IT.I.IC It wa hlqb nt.jn at The. Corners. A hot September yun wa" shlnlns: In the hie Mark tage comics down from the i'roscui Kail road. The huge vehicle k-.ked like a irR. beetle crawlinc alonstheihichway. The t!r-tl horses solemnly walked down the windnj; roads and across the white hrldce and topped in front of the little jot oHS-je. With a. "Hullo:" -he driier threw the mail sK& to the Postmaster at the door. "er latS: Jiramle." remirke-l tS at offlcSal. "Teas," replied Jtamle; "it's ho'.'n fii-y. Been anylhln' uv Deacon Jons to-davr "He's In the office waitin' fer the mall." replied the Postmaster. "I've cot a telegraph dispatch fer "Im." Bald Jimmie. fclowly climMng d.wn from hU BtHRe. "I'll take It In to tre Deacon." offered the Postmaster. "Xo. yc don't...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

gm f 1! THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. ItfARfTT IS. 1900. h ll!!i!!lill!!!!!!l!liill!n!ii!ll!!!l!!l!l!llll!!l!!!lliiiiiil!li!l(lilllill!llillllll!lllllllllllllllllll! . THE GREATEST REAL ESTATE BARGAIN OF ALL TIMES, oa e "5 A Y" f A TTV V V T C -TT A " awmskT ti T'"i Tf " "T Tar-k. T . a 7" k w A n ffATT k TT" . "wt "w v -".-- . -. . - s mAjro asmu iJLiuoiKAiiuia aiiuviu vjriAi aiue, JLUU1S1A2SA 1UKC1IASE REALLY MEANT 1 liliHiiillllUlilillilliiliilliiiilllliliilW ecu T T V T R E -;. H it- r. I if 4 I, TENTH $2,500,000. STREET This bit of downtown St. Louis would sell to-day for more than the entire Louisiana Purchase cost. City Assessor Frederick placed valuations on these blocks He says the estimates are ultra-conservative. : t I t THE GRANARY OF THE WORLD. ' I t ! Value of the Grain Crop of the Louisiana Purchase States in IS97. t j Corn. i Wheat. Oats. Arkansas J 14.TC,4 j J L?7.K1 J 1.743.S53 Missouri 4t.Kl.n2 ll.S73 4.1S4.32 Iowa 37;il."o 9.s4.s3 lCSSXe' Nebraska 41.13 -52 ls-MJ-KS 7.7i...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

J if !k i i t THE REPUBLIC' SUNDAY. MARCH 18, 1900. THE CABANNE CLUB -TS SUCCESS IN THE PAST YEAR. AKT of the IEADJHG UOM... I) wki'I'ijuv' tor tut: ptntat tski'1'hi.tc. The organization arxi growth of the Cjb enne Club have been almost phenomenal. It saa conceived and nar'M H.-e" than a vear aco by some or the erifrpri Ipk residents of that popular rjid wit tlth kly settled district. Its membership bis nlread Its fall limit (W and then " now on the waitir-c list some t' -rtv o.id nsmpd of prominent rltte-.s f -Ui'i In district. The mrml. rs have for ov er .1 month been occupln a most beautiful clubhouse, completely tittcd and Tidaptrri to dubious purposes, with handsome parlors, apadoud halis, cheerful roudlnc-rooms. coir sraoklngr-rooms. ladies" rellrlns-rc-ims, large and numerous cardrooras. for both ladles and gentlemen, and hist. bi.t not by any means lea-st, a, most attractive dln-lnjr-room od kitchen. s2-vico In charge of a competent steward, whoso exprrlenro and reputation a...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 March 1900

T1TE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. ItfAKOH 18. 1900. ,i v NSTITUT. Ch lTv --feiP0 m I ik P sn us , v ? tsis x i J t M I - t THE PART WE PLAY. When the Calcium Lights of Society Are Turned On. WRITTEN FOR THE RTNDAT TtEPBBlaTl. AH th world's ft naff. Ard ftB th xnn ml women c:rl7 p!ajrr. It Is tru that each or. 9 of us rasl at one time or another In our Uvea piny a part, and tar be It from mo to ray It I not well for us to do so. but I do "'ant to slcg a little pean of prols to tli lrtue of naturalne. In nlans the little part that I an: more than willing to nsree It Is often we" to play we may some time be Coins a noble thlnij a thing tlwt rtaulrca the repress'.ni nf nr (Mr. cn1 f .eiw nr a wflmnn ant have tried It. you know hove hard It la to ' FPem happy nhen jou are not. But It la a i brave man or woman nrho will day the part that makes others more happy than sad and sends a eleam of sunshine about them. Oh. yea. It Is well to play the part that hides from th world Just the full truth of the ...

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. — 19 March 1900

AGiRL Who Has Received Hundreds of Proposals. Read of Her and Her Marriage Offers in Next Sunday's Re public, j js .? 6 5 SETTER Than a Magazine's - Pictures" Larger, More Numerous and Fresher the Half-Tones in the Sunday Re public. .' .5 THE ST. LOUIS' REPUBLIC. X1XETY-SKCOXD YEAE. ST. LOU IS. MO., MONDAY. MAKCU 10. I!)0(). I ' li 1 1 Pa Outside M. I.uulit. Two nl j auv j-a lo Trains. Three-Cenl. ARMIES TO MEET NEXT IN NATAL. TROOPS CAN REACH CHINA K LESS THAN TWO WEEKS. Government Officials Reduce Their Origi Probable That the Earliest Big Fight Will Occur on Biggarsberg Range, Relief of Mafeking Not Yet Announced, but Lon don Believes It lias Been 'Accom plished Roberts's Preparations. nal Estimate of Time Needed to Move Soldiers. K II) Uf 1 I u p x Navy Department Officially Admits That Three Warships Are Off the Coast and That Watson Will Send Others To Protect Missionaries or to Aid Great Britain? je.rr-i bu m'-:m. Washington. Manh 1 -The V in Dfp'ri- inc-u "fli lally cuiftnuw...

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. — 19 March 1900

&sjr 3K1 n TITE REPUBLIC- MONDAY. MAttClI 10, inno. Ml tf. m: TO-DAY'S NEWS If. BRIEF. i.oi-vt. xi. si r.i i:i:n. A rociu -adding am South Thii 1 Him Was lllte-nrpt.d M-l. in.. '' un.-Us bell.; thrown thtaeu..l. He inm1" WiikIt lifitzm.iiin. an anibtiliiii--' .lilver tu injunii w hi!.- dii- k hti-islna .M.-r.J.n 1-y th.- .1. ai.lent.il Iiiii-iiii "I P"ii 1" the l.an.N 1:1s e-omi.it ion. H'-nrj Hansen. IYe.1 Saluillorof .'.. :.: .Ml. ii av.nuc fill from a Southern J.!.strio car at itu't--r Mrt .iJ w injur-1. The !irv lull of the City Halt gain; amount i.. S-TutW r- r ..ntii.m. .-t 3.M :ir ticket.-, are u.U 1 ,il In war-- Urn- under Mayor Zlt m-hI -m M-.7HI tn.-i-vvcre tise-al. A tnotorm.-.n on a 'n'i ru iVmral cir mleni'itcd t f.T..- .1 wav through . crowd at SiMlt and .islumjt.'U JVi.ue ye's.urd.i ami nun ncirli mobl !. Tho mantling linM"ii In " Pauik were r viewed l'v 1-!"-" i':mb''' '" ,!l;-nltarles- "f the church, .imouir whom u i-Arrhl.i-h. J. J K. .1110 .-I Washington. . i-...

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. — 19 March 1900

TTTE REPUBLIC: MOXDAY, -MAHCTI 10. IflOO. GOLDEN TO TESTIFY FOR THE STATE, WHERE KRUGER WILL MAKE HIS LAST STAND. DISSENSION IN THE PROHIBITION UNION. -i -4 1 fi . i w 9 J '1! 'I Militiaman Has Information Roar ing on tho fioobol As-feassiuation. CONFERENCE WITH ATTORNEYS. JTpw Evidenro Oatboiod by the IVoM'riition Cantos a Stir in Kfpul.lir.in If.itiU' Plans of Talur. i;nri u:.:r sri:-t vu l-hiCton. K.. llarrh l -.Vtmrntn T -raniln if New York, .'-i"l r.i.n-cl fur tho pm-c'itin of the nn-ii i-h i-ge-.i vvith fomplielty in thi as-a-lnatl'':i of William Oo-bel. raran here to-day with e'-inimnn-ncalth'". Attnrnt v Itob VraiiMin anil Own ty Attorney FoNi-xove ef Kr.inkhn n ntv to meet Serpennt P. W. ;Mrn e-r r:arhnVIr villo. In ronn Z- of Iho l'hoi'n.v Hotel ll Jiold a secret conf.Tcnic, !uti:is t-ever.il S rpeant Golden ! a ftane-!i RrriuMli-an. . Tmt for tho !,ut two wook. it i" f.ii !. 1 y ln. 1-orn patlirrins eviiknio aRjmt p.irtu- vifij--r Mi?rlnon In conne.t.on r. ith the- k-11-i...

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. — 19 March 1900

rn . I 4 TUB KKPUBL1C: lUO-NDAY. IttAftOTI 10, T000. fil !-F-t. 1 1! SERMONS AND SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES. TIio nVvereiid Willinm M. Ii-iie. on l.ipln :unl I'-irkm" :il IIil I'-nk 'on"n":i(iu:il 'Inuvli Tlie Uricii-iid .lnlm T. M. .Iiilm-simi. l';itor of Pdiiiiir Ai'inn l.:iHi-t (tiuivli. on the NYrd of :i Iff Ik-ions lffvi;il Thf Ki-cn-!id V. .1. M.Kildiik. Tol.l of ili AV.iy of tin- Tnui".iv:.Mr :it Fh-f I 'ii-tliyii-risiii '!niii -Ii -Tt'iiijilt lions That IJfft Yoinip; Men Jtint-1 din lit i'u- Iffveif ml .1. II. ("iilpopjifi- :i( First Methodi-si ('linn-li fliiNtutnil.v Lnoiu li Power, by ilif lli-wreiid loflir M. II. Mor.ie if Fiist Me ilimU-u ("Innvli, ."olinnlua. M". The File Finm Heaven, hy Maty M"(iv Hail at Hermitl Unptist iiinvli. Intcro!fiioiiiin;ition;il Sen iii-. "The Marked Jlrn if tl- "itj, was th- subject of i ' m ! ln -ed he the I! i- rrcnd Samuel .1. Niccnll. p-i?t"r of StsS'tui I'lc-hiii imti 'tiir h. Ho si,,k. t.i tlit- -rlfication of -timing muni, iiutlui... aw...

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