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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 23 March 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, MAHCTI 23, 1000. 11 i m n I it I V . A. Kl t rx til I:-"' !iJ- PI K?I ill aiSw i E4 i Km "ii X- WANTED TO EXCHANGE. rERSoxAL phoii:rtv to kcii wr.i: TO nxrhansIivm rent n firM-i ta town r-niV rmit-iK-h.)- fr fceaiikln condition or dlamuijd. I) J i. Is public. HOUSEHOLD NEEDS. c.viirnT ilimmm; CARPRTS taVrn up. r!nnJ, iml- rtr .-.nd laid; best ior... lo-Aett prices Utrf lr St am Carrot Clear-lnK lnuar.y. 2IJ3 I Jia Main n;i. Xlnloch C t-i-i KNTFRRRIM: Mf.im nrj t oinj: "n Ianj iit.ibl aiMn m i .'Iihiiic. iittui; nnl i .ayine. Corner f l-jst:i and IV-ndUt n u-s. l'hcn Ksaloih I UOLU, MLVKH. AM) .MCIvi:i 1'L ITING. DnttXiNO" replate- nrl t-pilr- ilwrwaT Ii w pn , id1 I r .1! ald. til.tr -rnd jdaij num rrt N t- utii t OOI.T an.! nlur p'-iltr-r in all bran. he. rah for old sold and sli-i-er. fin cold fr t-ele. .---e-kamp A: KnuM, M-!' line M. STOItAUi: AM MOVIM. A l-OSTAI. tc ll'Miam 11' lv-trr-an. tended rarer u-- 44; MarKJrftia a-. far lot pri e' en tnortnc, park...

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. — 23 March 1900

2 TIIE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MARCH 23. IflOO. it I f WEAKER MARKETS AHD ANOTHER DECLINE ALL GRAiflS LOWER, tiii:iii: a- i.itti.i. on no i i-mur i.ivk-n to .jit. vr m ' .c;:t:n nowv vri.tiin.. . AND CLOSING SHARPLY OFF. i unv i.so i.oui.ii. mi mi i 11 sTi:.inn:H in wtn:r nn in:niM:n i.i:--. OATS WERE WEAK AND LOWER. Thur day. Mirth Zl. l!i Vritorrtrf's s'.ighl decline in i-peculati." train values was folloua thi- raornlni; by a more important sot-back to th? bull inter est nd the p'tuation in this country was weak, dull and depressed There vi.is r.c fi husiasm In te-d.-.y's operatlfn in tee loc.il Mtuation. there boms a tr.ta'. absence .f r-nnp on the part of lx!h bul! ard lwar. neither side dii-ji.ayinj; the 1 ast iesrr cf apBressivcness. and a good inn of th" time after the opemrs tl' p't v.as aln..it de serted, while the dlffor-ct market-- wrre nearly stationary. Th--re nere ( lluctii.i tions, and such a oe-urre 1 cmo onlv at Inns intervals, and wore generally narrow and unlntervstmc....

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. — 23 March 1900

13i TILTS KEPFBLTC: IT-KID-AY. MAU-TH 2". 3000. I k M V4 li : 1 XfS. 1 vj-or i 7m I .'4 n i i J v 1 I I- FINANCIAL FRANCIS, BRO. & CO., 410 Ollvo Street, ) m:w HEMBCRS (.Chicago DIRECT PRIVATE VIRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL MARKETS LOCAL STOCKS AND 5QNDS. TELEPHONES- ! BeH' Main 27'2' WHITAKER & HODCMAN, BOND AND STOCK BROKERS, 300 K. FOURTH ST. INVESTMENT SECURITIES, Monthly circular containing list of local securities. mailed on application. TT3STX03Xr T3E?LTTiSn? Intercut I'alil cm Unll) r.alxurr Snbjrct lo ClirrU, mill on Tinif Drpnitil. dir.ec'toiis OEO. lIAril.I rrr-i.irm. WM TAl Sbl 5. IT.--..i-nt .-t. I.ua" Urt.lRi On. r.OIlERTSi IlKiy (KINGS. V -r. Sraud Cujil 3 VtJn arc Oo. B B GRAHAM. Pn-ident nri- til Tar Co VT. K U-ir. PresHnt llir. hn Iirld! Na- tlonnl 14sk. M. M. DCCK. -apitall. rnoKGE s sivnas. -ar-'i-t TTJI K. HCGlITui. l"rs- - intin.-tal Uird an I Cattle - I IX. MORTON PIti- n. lli-.ltrar- " HT6I1 A. ritAWKIIlP ! - ! I'unu.i'i E C.STBRIJNtj. IV Ilv.lrjuli I'rcf. IT...

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. — 23 March 1900

14- TUE KEPI iJLTf: FKIDAV. MARCH i3. WOO. if i U r f ii !- FASHIONABLE Wc arc showing all the newest fabrics in swell Top Coats, made of Coverts, Oxford Chiviots and genuine Vicunas. These gar ments are exquisitely tailored and perfect Stting. Xo need of 3-0111" paying double the price to have one made by your tailor. We are also showing the swell Raglan Spring Overcoats, luxuriouslj' tailored and trimmed. These beautiful garments have found great favor and are worn by the best dressed men of the East. Prices $10, SI2. SIS. $18. $20. $25 and $30. 'enetm CLOTHIERS, HABERDASHERS ASD HATTERS. NHM' REPUBLIC BU1LDISG. SEYESTH ASD OLI E STS. OUR SIJO !!AT Are the qualities sold everywhere at $ J."0 and c:,.00. We show all the correct blocks and nrwchl colors. PVFYJjATUARANTJD. Give us a chance to "Hat" you, and if our fl.'.K) Hat does not rieel all the requirements of the one you have been pain? .'"" or $3.00 for, your money will be chcerfullx r.'mulcl by u- without argument. (fi4MemAc&a...

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. — 24 March 1900

wv rMNWVAWAfMMW) THE ST. LOUIS 'REPUBLIC PART I. I TO- TO-DA'S'S republic 5 y li PriottC Iw I TWO PARTS. C? "T A r T? C! IVVVVVVV'VVVVvVVVVVVmVVV8 ?jAAJsvAmrVVvw.vwsAvs XDsETYSECOXD YEAR. KT.LOVTK, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 21. J!)00. flu M. I.oiils. One- Cent. Ontsl.ta- Hr. I.iltl. Tvto C ton Trahtf, Three ( nits. IRirE Cent. PROSECUTION AIMS HIGH. SUDDEN PASSING OF C. G. MAFFITT, $&&& eLi5 HOI71U Say Golden Will Impli- calc Ta'lor in Killing of Gocbel. TESTIFIES TO-DAY. Armed Men on Guard to Preserve Peace in Court. LILLARD'S EVIDENCE. Mountaineers Held Back, but Are Ready for a Call. y After ji Short Illness- Ftum ili-jp. l'lu-iimonia 1 1 s -limits iti Heart Failure. CLOSE OF AN ACTIVE CAREER. (.Ileal CiraJ nniiiilxin of tip FniiiiiTiT of St. l.ouN Prnmi- iii'iit in MiiM'tii'ss ami Polities. r.rn-wjf srnci l. lml-niUe. Ky.. Alarch 23 The Councr Sournal's Frankfort dispatch sa)r: "The first day's testimony in the Gnchl Sinn!' r conspiracy trl.il formi in. rely the f-rourdiv...

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. — 24 March 1900

TITE REPUBLIC: SATT'RDAY, aL1.TTT 24. IflflO. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. itrsiNKSS lr-- ;rt rate- W TO lo ' VT " t for j cjl und tune loins. CI nin-i. SI 5TI F-'T. bala-i . '. !N N.si V-i h e.-hifi--. P-J pr mium II''. 1.V pr.mn.fii I'-K.-l. i.'u-- ule. I .: "Mi!, la !!: n: .-k' !. ctn al. ' j lo- j ren nun bid, '-" pieii-.ium .- !-': C.n- Tl' ! . .1 wlir.ii ;.! I -I u'i' :u.nrcd ntJi M noh, ,i- li M..i -J.'.-is J-uy; , ,. N . r.-!. ("in e.' . rl 1 i,"h r al ".. l M.ir.a. .'-'.i- I Mil. .'' -' ii! No 1 v.hllr. .ats !- i.l at .' i I -- n. i Mi'ili -M-.e Mai" Zl', .lull -'' Mnh!''-rT:::r.-';r!BITTER CONTEST AT ALTON. Km c. ti . 'o--,l Jii-rli- .r. ..c r. M if h. ! Se.i ", M . : S"J f llat- , I,"-d .,1 i . " . i-.V J- li. J-li. :u Jljrih. i'U. Th. I il market for ti-i.ri ror- rwk file. ' t ri.l at Jll.j for Oil! and nt I fT .rep steam lsr-1 clos'sl struns at .. -h l i' ': loal rnar's-t for spot cotton closed qui t. washin'.ti.:: S' '. r..i! .-it the al ''ft ir. "i T K - ! , id tlm he It:n...

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. — 24 March 1900

TTTTC REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. 3LT?rrr 2-1. JflOO. WORK FOR WORLD'S FAIR BILL NEEDED. HE SURPRISED INFURIATED MOB SURROUNDS A JAIL CANADIANS' GALLANT LEADER. ONE BOLD BANDIT HOLDS UP A TRAIN. wmveeee&&4vs4Qww CONGRESSMEN. a s t t o 1 0 O e t b.T y -r?. ?""". .ez. and BSr. E.1-S 7'y ?rVi?5Jl fl TT I"! I .n -T '-. ."fL - Q?? Y. Coiitrioesiunii Sclh V. Tolls What Ki'tiiums to Mi' Done. Tioni "".illi'l Out in Virginia Piiitrrl n Xi'fjro Tiiple .Mnulfivr. to T!iionIi Pullman I'.ir Iti'IifM" PaisM-nx''!, nf Tlirir .Valualilo. ami GTJlZ.3n) GT TT a" HE CGMES HOWE TO REPORT. .7 , KV , tS 4 . t if. THEY ARRIVE JUST IN TIME. SECURES S500 AND ESCAPES. (For RIedicinal Uso) -r a J0& iflRv, OS T '"- . t n za a T&s v : '.. .'- ' E w bj mt tm w . ummt& TZzi'-ilX s&yLHiutyiiliJBl A 2 2 5! .,., RR3S . 0 p-jv&i ijy "J:; 1') Kr' !!'v luyiiw t StlBSSiP & & 5 i! e 4 iX r ' I Ki'i ulivc Coiiiiiiiitft' in ('tuiMiior J'l:ms foi a lele-"-ition lo aMiintou on J lu I'.ilf of tin'...

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. — 24 March 1900

TTTTC -REPrBLTO: SATFRDAT, rAl?rn l&5--3& iim:iii.i. m:. XVirS. rntt.ro of the rinyrrn !in re Jmpjit'tl in Iroiilt t oii(ratin. i f t'f nt 'r me a i t r r tl U 1 1 lx ft' l t b.'i ji.J .r-iM-.t it x tt.. - i..-n t- tu k t s Ki-va-l r it n. n r . -!- ..r;ili.. ni i '! lUin ltrumiit I .1 1 1 rnll dr ' Hm Mouir. J I. . i1j 4' U- wjr. Is li ! .Iroi. Uu i ? 7 - 11 ir!- IlKcwi-" X' 1 11 I mt jj i-n. . . v fr mi .i-..'pm ' i t r il ac br..-.. liUf Jjn - 'f 1.4 i ' inc-. i Me !n.d.e of Uallin ' . J PiiK i'.to.rf'y-ate r f t- lHe I v . 'r - lot- inTfh -3lnri i I - .jt m- hav- no i L e ' ft fir the:" m the f.cht- j. r (mi ; It -a ill I- itiueh n thm i ' th rtiiinchi stand, th mII t h. k .- bo;. I- of th rural r 1- H ' it n t.x-r Major L-aRu . . a .1.- p n .f n-ri an A-.Watoii. i- t.w thirir w ita are th r--ftf .T tu-- kin,- ii 1 ,- and suti to arn una the I. j-t - -,-, an,: in.iir t e Am-T - in . "' v, l ! t a co i enm but I-.- mm t-r- c : t .k thir cHir-iitani nJ -t tike in i wpfV ns...

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. — 24 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, :,A"RrTT 21, 1000. KLIN COUNCIL PASSES FILTRATION BILL THALMAN WANTS FIFTY THOUSAND, PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND STRENGTHENS THE TIRED. PAINT SB SSfi Viil' tin i ln 5liisui Is SfVi-n to Five. Hue .MwiiImm' Ili- Mioiioht Suit Yi Mi'ttl.iv .f,iiip.t llif Xfv Katis.'i t'jik SoiilliLTii i.'ailuav. SAHUFACTURED BY PUTT 5 THORNBURGH PAINT CO. eillrSWWWWW ST. LOUIS DEALERS: GOES TO THE HOUSE TUESDAY. REORGANIZATION COMMITTEE. JotlX M Y. ri!AHi.i:s 1 . IN.. .i.i.i: .i i .. WIU.UM ltr.MIT. :-ll M r !.-. r :.v. i.-miu w.m-iit!:i: sn Hi:i'r.i: CO. iktJ fi. l:r . ,jw. Ill.NKY Z(l:V. 4T15 Natural l:r Js' r -i ' H. FKFHGGHMANN. SMJ Olive ' MILTON A. JliHP.S, HJS.1A La'Uti avc N D - II : I!K'KMNN tM7 Katon ave. w ilijam kohnhmann. tell Gravots avc. u. o. i:ui'i:i: & co.. cm K.iton aw. JolI.V r. SCHAnniG. ZJS, S Jetrrson ave 1 laXKUN TAINT AND CI.AS3 CO. SU M.S"-. utl uvc. Hast St. Ia'Uis. JOIIX CI.KA UV. 'X Goo if- II.. i an Provides fr-prrialiii of ...(,.- Olid to I to l'....

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. — 24 March 1900

TITR KErrT.LTC: SATl'P.DIVY, jrAROTI 2-1. 1000. . THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC T-.n-d Hvery Day H Oi Tear. rnBLisiinns. nnonon iocait co. Charles W. Knarp. l're-ident and ".ei- ""- Gconte L. AHn. VIre 1-rerldent, V 1. 'arr. p-relir Offire. Comer Pet."-!! and ll'e WI""- i:inrii.ic m ii.iin: TKItMS OI SCIE-'iSIPTION: DAILY AND SLXDAY SIAKX IsSfES A v. ki:i". lie Mall In Advance Post a ie lreatd Or '..jr V sir i-i s - "O ilice i..(-nlli- . 1 "' aiij three .!ay. evert tailay. i-e yar ... - "5 Sun-le. vwtii Mmtazlne ' '' Sfe.nl mill IlU-oa. S'lindaj J '; urday MaEtr'n - -- 1 V CAl-llIKItS. ST. 1M 15 ANl Si'Bl'Rn Ir vic-k. tlailv only eenl. 1 r vk. .li.lv H'lJ Fin.n .. .- II 0-1" TVK-:-A-KI.K MM"" TXV hrd Mondj and Tliursd.;--..! year 5! Urn It t.j bs-ls draft. expre-s, -cone-, or.l-r. er rerlMereu letter. Add-r. Tun nrrrr-i.tf St lesr- Sii trr."3'ti r-irn-r.t:-:-r.tlor; en-no. I ifurn-d under any clrcurrtan-H. ratiTfd nt th- t-n-. o'fi-e st Ft. I-., Ho.. i seeond li- matti DOMnanc nifT.'cr rtn...

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. — 24 March 1900

TTTE EEPFBLTC: SATURDAY, MAECR 24. 1900. 7 V ! 4 f! X ' k Y NEW PUBLICATIONS. READ THE Apnl number, with splendid new story, by COMAN DOYLE n. Pllll I. .il I I Oi ail NeKs-ii, r an.l INTLUNATHlNAl i COMPANY. M JUKk Tern don't have to consult a c ilrnd.-ir to find out whether TritiR is Ivre. ("on'- down to Parr's an vou"ll -. tli.i: tt is am! with tl RlorllUS Wc.lllll of M'fi"C Rood- Hut nould t-cwl.der .inj but a. I-iniii.li. mind. MISS NETHERSOLE ILL. Trial Potpoii d by .hnlsr I-""n: -.mini to April ".. Now York. March 23 -.lu-tice Fi-rs-mn in the Criminal branch of the urenie Court to-day f the trial of M5-s Olsri N ther- 60le and tho othir parties d.-ftmiiint in the Indictment returned v.sterd-i) by the I1r.ir.rt l.ir f,r oHI T. The postpm-iem. -it of the trial wis d 'e to the rf-iTi m u.itii.a of JIIk N.th r!.- counsel tl.it .-.h- va.s too ill to apl 'r i'l oi.rt. A r. pin. I 01 1V ml. ;w 1. . ' If . drawn, from vv-u h a uirv will !- v' . ftl. , JUDGE J. H. MACMATH DEAD. "as Con...

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. — 24 March 1900

T TnE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MA"R" 'Tl 2-1, 1900. Mcrmod & Jaccard's Jewelry and Diamonds. ASK AN EXTENSION OF THE AGREEMENT. ULTIMATUM TO SALOONKEEPERS. CATALOGUE, 3,000 EfJGS. LGWEST-PRICEO HOUSE 111 AMERICA FOR HAILED FREE. WHITE FOR IT. X FIKE GOODS. Vt I'.rmwi l'.rnllifis & Their l'lnns :is Slicct I';iilv;iv 'o. Aiiiniiiiiii; to St. Louis Sfciiritii's. Posit ion or Wiiu'iooni fiiisailiTS ami I'oliii;Stati-il liy VivA- ill-lit Ilais. .yo OFFERS TO-BAY A& nKpp y.w. X K s6& t ! AND FOR THE t2? The very latest fashion able Idea: IOO of these HORSE SHOE LACE PISS. solid sii.vi:n. exact size of cut OSLY...C.00 O I Each (Other styles and sizes up to $2.25) 100 Solid Silver VEIL CLASPS, Pes rn of flvitg swaitow, liiic cut, On00Cr-'ch 1ST .MAIL ORDERS CAKEI'LLLY I il-L!"U. B& DEATH OF JOHN F. GEIGER. J.ivoruiian Failine- Sllt'llllllbrd t Uisirt -Fimeial To Moiio-.. John I" Co iscr. Hie li-i m'n. ; 1 :-!.!-Ei'iily miici lime alitr Z m-lotk .sii- biortiiiiK in his room .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. — 24 March 1900

jiwFMwwpviiW;v IC I THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC I, Printed to TWO PARTS. WWiWWjVlV'.. Jilt M. I.elllls. line III. Illltslilo of -I. I.i.ili-. Til J. JliUIJ J,,,, 'i-i!llii-. 'llire-e- Ceiitu, .NINETY-SECOND YEAR. ST. LOUTS. MO.. SATURDAY. MARCH 2-1. 1000. mi Ceiil. REPUBLICAN CAUCUS PLANS SENATOR ALLEN DEMANDS WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS. TO TAX PUERTO RICO. T Senator Foraker Authorized to Separate Deems Their Presence at Idaho's Bull Pen Improper, Unnecessary ant! Uufawful. Tariff Feature From Government BiH. j PART II. I 8 PAGES. I j L- Y 'T i toV It S5 8 8 3 T fx ! poi J Free-Trade Republicans Not Satisfied With the Move Tillman Attacked the Appropriation Measure, but the Senate Passed It. "Washington. March The Kepubllcuii Caucus Committ-e of the Senate to-day au thorised Senator Forake r In definite terms to rropose the ss-paration of tho tariff feature from the Puerto Kicai. governm. nt nl bill and to attempt to p-i.- the Houso tariff liill without amendment. The prn pra...

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. — 24 March 1900

TTTTC EEPCBLir: RATFT1DAT. MA .WTT 21-, TOOO. i f t I FOR NOMINATION TO NEXT CONGRESS. Illinois Republicans An I'inninir Tlicir Faith to tin l'lV'-nt Ini-iimbrtiH. HOT THREE-CORNERED DEBATE. Gcorjif Smith Surprises .liiljr Un bans in the Txvi-iity-Secoiid District- Colon.- Young J.iyu'Xxs Historx. Ji' I I , 1.V .-IT' III. -pri'.-t'.-M Hi. 11-nh :. 1-1 nMt numirati -n- 1:1 Minor to in t clop :!:.! :.. -inn- a -1 rent eii- u-ion. "! '! l; I h are 1- 'HI' e-llll'g ii.t-U.-n si'c. puhli. c oh di-;r:v.t uinioubt"dli will -elect the sitting m.nihir :r r - lotion, t-xtepi th" Twcniv-sccon.1. where Ccor-,.- VC. Smith may h defeated l.y Judgo .! I. Hobaris. Wily llodcnburg is Mir tr an Indor-cmetit In tile Tswnr-Iirst. and so. too. are V. .11-iam-. iDem) in Hie Tt'.nti. th. J-u tlVm X In the Eishtcenlli. Caldwell H-ern in the Seventc nth. lUtsh (H-p n lh- liftcnth. Gralf tllep. ir. the r .urf. 'ith. XX inier (Tltp.X in tho Thirteenth and Canm n tK-p.) in tin- Twelfth. l1otifm.iii C rot-, let...

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. — 24 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MAEOII 24, 1900. 3 4 Ix fi A. J I 'K i ft r i ' x: 1 0S1M : I I CHURCH NEWS AEB ANNOUNCEMENTS. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. fP'Tial 3Iuic St-rviros for To-Mor-low I.t-vivals. There will he speila song service at ft. John's 13. K. Chun h. South. Sunday after noon at -4 an. The chorus w lit c insist of the muted rhoirs of Si. Johi.'H Chiirrh and Tcm- 1 ic shanr' I'lnill-. as follow - St. John's hoir- Soprano. Alls- r,m. I'ln-uti, alio. li- Mai v Tlitell. t uii". V . V 1'rovs.fr; . 1 l.i i I;t ii c W.hn..i. Temple Stiaaro nit th e i.oir S. iiran-t. Air-. D-tid Uaner: ii. Mi- K. K At.a: t. .-..r. Mauri.. I.i jii . I'i-." ii.uiA fl.ulon. orgaitfNi-, A.a.--rs. 1 ii.-t-Iii .mil sailor. Tin- jin'aniiiK will im iuJ the follow mu: e .mi. .-.4.' Mr. Si)l.r . ni- I U Al isaafi Thf 'ln.n --..la Sob 11 R.-I.- HhT aiiii Alt laord ...tloutti-d ii .;. i . .: . . eoiirvi O. laid a.j.1 Has-a.rd Ulri- J'TJ lb Cl r st-irano S i c -r X.s i.. (J l-raal Ctk Ali-s l 111' I'aj- .u h run -o. ...

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. — 24 March 1900

TITE JIRPIT5LT0: SATURDAY. MATCfTT 21. 1000. K W h if t '! f r ! I fi STEAMSHIPS. UPAH f JIIMA Philippine ishnds- via JArAiMnlMfl HciN'M.ri.V. I'j.lnc Mall s. S . 0..1ent-il & Oilcn-al S. S. .. ami k" ie-n .1 s s ' a. t'niu s-in Krant-isei'. llon--K i-e S'lin. 31-in-n "I. China. April 7. Ifc.ii.-. i i' 1" l"..r rate-, frets'it or p-a apply ti I 1- Tonnslcv ast.. tJl olive, cr J n. Alsar, . -i'lno . SiTUATibNSWANTED-FEMALE. T-;e- Lire r. r nf C n'j. Ts-h Additi.iral Un. I'n nU Hvtrv Hn4V;KTKpFl Situ itf.-n I . v. idim :i- 1" "" -I. I in ml ! a- !. " ..i)i.u..r. ti t t i ..ii or a.l.lti ill" ' I-. ii- -' - .1 '.-1 -mm. n waul. 1 l ! "-'! ' i .' - .1 t.ln.; t. ni w.itk i '1 a: -- li.e .i .. .m , !i- i.-l.il.-. Kr.uiiti - I'.MNti NTH -.'M-.; l- ft', .p.rt - in Mi., wil t.n. wori. livi. v .r vi.l tu tt c.i 4.-'I I.i. ki M -") Nx:iMl!!"ll I"xp r..n-id .-"' wom.tl r - i t. r v.-1-its i -n ..n m tl tr . j-ood --. -Till Mi-irv . !- U';u Ii.- HELP WANTED-FEMALE. Trce Line- f t live Cent-....

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. — 24 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MARCH 24. 000. V I I1 1 X !i 8 I) il X "V 11 - rl 3 M v1' f I PERSONAL NEEDS. OLU CLOTIIIMJ 1IOLGIIT. lliniinST cah price paid f.ir la ill's" and iren tle:reii cast-off ol.tildiic al--, carpxts Call r end pohtaO. J MUltr. its Walnut et- Kin. A n. DYEttG, CLEAAI.NG AMI Hi:PAlllIa. TOUH clothe? defined dyed and repaired at rrabonablc priies; lirst .-la uth. Ians Dy. nc snd Olear.Icg Co.. 1-S Krauklm ate. Phone. Kl lorh I) sty. ui:ntim'iiy. IXXTTOn A. r. .MOPER. lVn:L-t. lCI W -... ni--ton A'v r - Vro v n i J t-ri ' v-ik. a t-t-c.altj ; jprtce moderat; conFu.Uulon un I eiam t r- . nninr .ill r..Tn.i-ri d apoi.ttk.t vtii- OL" fi' ' . n w j. rpaijii n. UC'I.I' M-fiiW Ml.t.lv-.S and , FLATUS cf LL KINl'd. Pri-es mo Jrnt- KN-1HK srnoxn floor 1F S. I;. COU. MM'il AMI UICI ST Y. Dr. 33. O. OTX.33. OI'lICIAMs. VAIIIJAT'-r M r-M !' vial !!:; i u.. T". I.t,-uM ft ta ltg filled o AI.I. priiat. d'ttf'a.t a ypf-c'al'.r al I'r.i.kl!a Avtrnug Frtg I5'5p..ary. iri( ltat.Iin ar...

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. — 24 March 1900

TTXE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MA"RCTr 2-1, THflO. n t GOBI 03GE AGAIN II TIE LEAO, WHEAT TAKIRG SEC08D PLAGE .WHEAT MARKET WAS OM'. OF THE MLOWHST APKAIHS THAT II K bi:k. Kxi'Kinocnn or uvrc PRICES UNCHANGED AT CLOSE. coax was ii;irrr. m t shuu i:u ltn- KCU'KIl MICKMSTII. I this iti: CAHI) TAIvl.M. KlilM 11.44 t:. OATS LiTTLE HIGHER. Ollice Republic. mla. Mar-h 23. M Dp.iJlnK en !ii local -rain t-jtehunee to day wire again very dull, narrow nnii p:o le5innal. There appeared to lie little in terest taken moat of the time, none k-jIIv ',". the part o outsider?, and Irca! jot f-ralpprs did the bulk of the butane.--!-, l-'r.-m j be time the different markets opened f r lm-lnes-s until well after meridian ttt. re v. as no motemrnT. In value"? ef Mjrnillcunv , and the hands of tile wheat and com dials on 'chcnRe. and particularly the 'tinner, v.ere practically stationary, movins neither one way nor the other. loiter, thins-? sot a move on. but the inclination of vilieat t.s u yell off. -while ...

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. — 24 March 1900

THE "REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, 1AiA"RHT 24, 1000. .ill in t ml a! 4P it i 1 fttK I I i tT l FINANCIAL v. ir. lkc. rr-itamt. cko t:. norrax. casaiw. V. It. FRANCIS. YIce President, n. T. .STl'ItGRnx. Ant Cashier. A. L. HAlLL.saH. M Vlcr. Tr-sIJost. D. A. PH1I.I.IPS. IJ Asjf. Cashier. The Merchants-Laclede National Bank, Of St. Louis. Condensed Statement of Condition at Clow of Business, February IS, 1900. . yWk Cash and Sipht Kxchanj;e J.' f iV Loans, payable on demand 'ff I V " '" at fiord da I "VUtittccl States HoikIs lyfmimn nri I" s llrin.ts , .. .. ............ . Other Bonds, Stocks, etc . Ken! Kstnle Capital SlooV Surplus anil I'ndivMcd Fiofits. Cirrul..:2on 1'tr.le.i States l.n.l rrcmm ... li;..s-ts. l !:i,hial . . . K :il.s ami I inkers . I inteii State- P Infill a iahqS 7!io Pn 3 IH mmiMM LWh 10., LIB. OF JOPUX V,"iinpsl of nirfrlr' I!;iort on thf iti:k VI IU l. J.IM .. I til. o V i 1 t'o t.n 0iifiti m tttittlr Mi I ft in, (tn rirns if riiinii ti. l-r n ! sn.iro si. :.(i Sri prtil...

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. — 24 March 1900

8 TTIE REPUBLIC SATURDAY, MARCH 21. 1IJUU. SOMETHING ABOUT NEW GOWNS, HATS AND NECKWEAR. ii mi I u ss- V-J i. CASiniEKE GOWN WITH SMART AND DAINTY STYLES OF THE SEASON. SVIUTTEIf FOK TILE SATURDAY KU'l'LUC With Paris and London liberally drawn Upon Tor fashions and the originialny or un American dressmaker and milliner i .111 rilncd, the modes of the present d- are m talnly beautiful and stylish enough to plca-e the most fas.-fdloua In dress. London tailors have sent over tome chirm Ing modols In cloth goum of late, one f the new Jacket suits is illustrated on tin- pace. For tho oung wuman this stjle of tailor gown is most desirable. The t-o.it is cut In the popular Eton shape and the trim mings are fetcbingly made of stitched cloth -The original s,ubjcct or the sketch ai nude of brown cloth with cream-tinted htitchesl cloth pieces. The various details, that go to make up the style of this dear lllllc bm,j suit ore Eiiown In the drawing. A good deal of slabbing is done both in cloth...

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