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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

TTIFj REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAKCTI 5. 1000. tt,ra., I HUNDREDS OF PROPALS FOR THIS BRONZE BEAUTY OF THE FREE SOUTHWESTERN COUNTRY. lIHj 1 U Yi If . ! I I 11 w 4 m L il IB t"4 . v X "v Km 1 i II ' i- : r ' J&ff&fe&k- vj " V.rk papers f.r crreiH.ndeiil9 uh war- L "JT-L --f- l&pSP XV r fiLsfT Sbl'-1 4v-"i '"- Uesiri. sin e.f considering her a.-. :e brid and . "Tit -V-" 1?V. OIH -vX ' wffijQgi 2?e??,W her .-' as i dower but aa a dower in -" " -I ."N. vit" VS j fvSc' f - fflmMjm' YIl i trust -s.i.i thing lo bo well-managed an.I V Jjv ---j ' ) if 4,V;. 5 is rf j ilwQ A'Ml vdlSs l" ""''" " lho """"r ' .' !' IyvVs V r-vTT . . I OkJ mMWf Hj "?sSr The fir.t .lay of th Insertion of tho ad- - j: I.,? t iV V7 - V If "Ss. r"d-S-J-?'"'e. - .V .'I t' r. V I OT&RP- fi PmiTTHN- itwi Titn srNn.vr r.rpmuc. An Indian maiden, lcnglng for Eoae one It lo protect ana marry h-r, and finding .pne among her tribe to suit hr, adopted the modern way of getting whatever tb wanted t-lto advertised....

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. — 25 March 1900

I iti IS IM i: vvsvvvwvvvvws (VAlAvAvvvvvvvvvvsA rwvwwvsrVsArWWvvsAi A rri A ? .t. ja A ,&&eVWVWvVSWVW t AOAiH A RHATSODT. CAST. Flo. tho Girl with the Lovely T- cth. Jennie, the Girl with the Bonbons, Josephine, the Girl with the KpigTam. rfcyllK the Girl with the Paul. Hess, the Girl with the Man. Dick, the Man with the Tickets. Anfl many supernumeraries Just as lmrcr tant. but too numerous to mention. (The seer ls the firt row In ts balemr st trie opera on a Saturdar matinee. Th Rt-Is r !-own to tfcelr feats; dlret t;mlrs of tb-ir wraps aro pink into th'lr cl.alrs with a w nf satisfaction, which I" a sign that th-y are sat to enjoy tbemelves. and they dsrt care who knows It.) rhlils: "DM you se the door-keeper smile on m as I came In? I gue?s ho tool; me for one or th company." Hess: -Well, you do look like Trevtlle." rhyllls: "Really?" Bess: "Tos." fFIijllls sinks bark In hr sat with a s'e- of tll-sfijl contentment ) Dick (by way of a start r: "I e hy the Ladles' Home Jo...

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. — 25 March 1900

THE "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. M"AT?nT 25. 1000. -H-i-H-J-i-:-H-M-H"W-J-I-W-M. W-W-W-H-K-H-l-I-M-M-I-H-H-M-H.-H-M. J.oIj.JX-MH-M-M- B UEER Features of Country Life in Hundred Miles of Rice Fields. of the Rice Pounders and the Rice Eastern Luzon. A Railroad Ride Through A Human Threshing Machine. The Battle of iti 1 ofc FAR mimg.. i r no a hum .MtJi . i Pounders. The Only Railroad or the Philip- A- H $ fly I I 1 I IK1 ' jtfN I. tf i "P00 T TT T TT tT Ti i" -M--M-I-: -I-M-M-M-p-M-I-M-M-! E. al I' tt-j nd'r.f i 1 1 .11. ! 1 .In 1 I 1, .w l.-i-'i nJ.ns II . n. !ie.-i'v ill'is I h.. e ..'I e with. (, .(I f.tm Manha !.U. tjwn of Pan z ow has his head- th-" i-h ot e . r ' us i Hi i f L.:iii ii- c il v 1 tr ai.d h ovir tl r i.i'oad ta the lo, e. wlure tLe General qj.rtrrs We are eiMv-tJ.reo mi north cf M mla a: J wilhra forty miles of th end of I: e r-Jii .a on tl a .; If of L.uiuvrn Tl . I- :iu rem hia T-t 1 ' mil. .nti of t' ,t r " "" ' low M nila f t ii rx t'l v.3 oat 11. e fouiiiei-:. a. di-ian...

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. — 25 March 1900

titr -REPrmro: sundry, imakoh 25. inno. BiiiMiiiiniiuimunniiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimumiiu-iHinLCiiiiiiiiiniic I Amateur Music That is of the Best Type. I III II MEANS TO ft fl A Study in j1 j Local Excellence. An Account d Work A-comp! I PROFESSlfflWL ASTRESS.. by an Indusir.'oj- ' Woman of the Stag. J V;. zrro si!!!iii:!i.iiiu!i!!iir.i::iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi!iMiiiiiii!ii!:;i!iiiiiiii!iiii!iiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!.iiiiiiii!iiiii!mii!ir; ss se- - - - j-m 6 itv !t..civ In 14 l 1 r : is 1 . il wider.' - I'l -j, t I I e : 1' . il 1 r" ut; m . ' tin a.-'or r -a-aiv. 'e-I at Here ' 1 nieio rama Il.gn !r. I- . or tr I 1 ! - 1 n-t-ir Ki-lif Ft .ink II U". :!. M t ! i I 1 ! .' i: -1 l -.,tt .,.. -ir.t 'I li . ' I-'.-. WIT- 1 --- l! ... nin, ! i I 11 i-.i. .1 I. ....I I . I 1. .. . tuevc-.-onti- lcne. to .1.-. asal adlng man t. .,,, ,., ,. , 1'tt j,, ;,N.K' ',.,",, ',' t" Ia.lni5 vvoi'at. 1 "ll'is; f. "- l'f- , v.i.ioi- plv..i fd'r Mai-iger : ir ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

TITE UEPrr.LTr: SUNDAY, MAttf-fT LM. 1000. HINTS FOR SPRING READING. A REVIEW OF THE LEADING FICTION OF THE DAY. .42- STuttttn nn. the jtotdat BEiimaQ V bat hn-ill 1 road? I ooems Inevitable that an answer to th question will provide a list of the svorkis of action. In the old data, or, as It is sometimes tald, tho "good olil flays," many good folks thought It quite. tproper, nut to put wicked, to read a niTrcL rsowaUays the person wno uoca not read novels is. Tory Improperly In formed regarding the literary move ments of the world. It has b-en mid that the novel, tho representative novel, Rives a picture, more or less out or perspective, of tho social and economic conditions of tho time. The historical novel If, of course, out of fiueh a reckoning, but the public taste and the books which utisfy that taste do rt fleet, doubtless, the current phttj-ct. of contemporary thought and interest, drear political movements aro not always t-o Influential In thece re flections of conditions a...

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. — 25 March 1900

T1L10 KKl'l'JJLiC: SUNDAY. MA1CIT 2o. 1900. 5. r SV m s?z ni , r !B' si B V ffi v-A m if I m I I 1 ly MszA 1 ( - t "if I ! I- iA. Ereclil OBrresr-oniieace cf The Scniar Iterufctlo. Paris, March 0. Hero is an example of the beautiful powns that will be seen In Paris on Easter and afterward. The sketch here given shows the fetching Erylo of make-up, and 1 wish It could be 6hown In the Frenchy combination of colors blue and green, the contract that mut be rtitlcal!y handled, olo It Is far from pretty, ilut the French dressmaker knows just the s.hades of ' preen and blue that will blend tar moniouly. The particular gown that I selected from a number to tketch is of a soft, blue cloth of light weight. Hhe high collar, yoke and narrow front are of green silk embroidered In red rosebuds. A jacket effect Is formed of the blue cloth braided with blat-k frilk braid. The ekirt falls straight, and Is flrell decorated with a braided design. Light and dainty silk bodices are worn In Paris upon al...

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. — 26 March 1900

THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. In ht. Lunli. One C-nt. NINETY-SECOND YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO., MONDAY. MARCH :!. I5MM1. PRICE talile Mt. I.ouis, mo wnui TraJna, Tnrer tenia. CRISIS IN KENTUCKY APPROACHING CLIMAX. BLIGHT IS ON PUERTO RICO. Tt Is No Longer Believed That the Actual Assassin of Goebel Was a Negro. ly-1 I , ''! t to At: l:.i uiJt . . VlEi trT Trade (jonc to Nothing and the Island Face to Face With Ruin. sii a .-, S 'AU- I v x Ni '' 1 ' :na ?,s,'Eli t''i!3F' -1 ' n ,-- ,f- -'i ;v&r. vv..i jzv& "v si R V V Analysis of Wharton Golden's Sensational Testimony Grand Jury to Take Hold Judges in Danger, but Fearless Culton's Case. Louisville. Ky.. Mar. li T. -Whe is the :nan with the dark musta. t to whom Sec retary of St.it" Powef: gave the key to his otilre 1-efore he f.eM m Louisville on the mornln; tin- Goobel xss.4Min.itic:!? That is a question that liar bet n nkcl many t!ms yncf Wharton Goleieti gave hU sensational ipstlmoiiv on the stand o:Tci. Golden .V stated that ho knen-...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 26 March 1900

I TnE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. MARCH 26. 1900. jr Hi 8 V 51 f- r i TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. WASHINGTON. ccnrral rl. r has been i-siicl that cicaretlr Mnokii'f- must '" '" ' Weather r.tirenu iervie-c The Democrats in Cmh-tv- will Pli-ti l.tivliiK .innor for l.uttl-jlii from the steel trust anil lottim: of ...iii'-litiiM"-? cm-raci. i.. the 'hip trut. Tlvv want h" C.ov.-rn-1,1. nt I,, luxe .in .iinior-inrikiiiK plant .in.l h'.ilel it-' own -hipv Ciiisr man Joy ontrri.iined the Mi-ojrl .-. nsrcsslonnl elclc-ratio'i and a number f ffuspijKT correspondents at dinner a his w-ishinfrton home vote-riay. The Mi--.iri WnrM's Calr liiil wa Informally eli-emi-eil. Mrs. Mary I'M" H'iH'i.w feirmorly e.f Miroun lias uinl- a number of vi?z-s-i on buiklnc to the improvement of W -, it. n. P i" i-fwAi. asp siT.rnnx Kmirn Rnm-idr. a TfCf" '" t bhed by .T.-ime-s Smith a nwo lmro "he had in itl '. ritnn-r and whom !ie r-huke 1 f'r ki.-k-inir a small hev who bronchi th. ill Male l-eer. Mrs. Annfrr. aco.i 74 an.I...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 26 March 1900

3 THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. MATCCTT 20.1000. 1 til f i - i i i i 1 1 ? ; Bl & 51? t SERMONS AND SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Facts and Faith. ly tho Iroreml William Short Tin- i.i'v.rvn.I S. It. Moore on tin.' Spirit of the A? T.-Ilin- a fhild's Foitiiiu-, l.y ili Kevcrcntl .losepluis Stephan Morality ami tla- Xewspajwrs. !y the Keverend .1. K. Itrciinuti Spiritual ItV.ijrii.ii. I.v the K.-verend II. S. .MacAveal. The Reverend William Fhort. rector of St. IMff. lpis i.-p il c'hiir. h. tuolc rr 111 morning theme. "Parts .nut Filth ' Ms m mon wis . jdurp ritictm of Hi.- st.n.. raontK made hv lMitoi II V H..vve In In- .h-ji, d l., s. rnmiis. pettitc.1 ...rutin por.meously with the I. vor. n.l C il. Si:. : hoi's . dlloru! . rlmi -u The points particularly emphasized i. .Mr Short w-if Hi.it s. iciiu-ts aio not atheists and tun tho New Testament I- unquestionably authenit.-. -t Compton Heights Cnrtstlan Church the lrvcren.l S It Moore itokr In the evening on "The Spirit of the Arc.-' whi.ti h...

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. — 26 March 1900

-?- i 1 s 4 THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. MATtm 2f. 1000. EMPRESS AN'S SHREWO MOVE. CHECK! CRIES ENGLAND TO RUSSIA. WOMAN DESCRIBES GALLANT JOUBERT. ?rrKnss: i ti irvjw i l J i iir5ra7T In 3 iHMkli imi 1 3 I i I 1 i.8 1 U P iBitirji'ft nnff n P.tier ficiicral's Ka'-r Si arch for Knowledttc His. Most Sliik- int: Tniir. Installed :i I'.aliy as II fir (o the Chinese Throne liufore De posing Kwang i?ii. Hl jgasygwagEagggassas; 'BOXERS'' CAUSE TROUBLE. DESCENDANT OF HUGUENOTS. '. EST TRAINS TO English MisMonarr Violently Vcd ly Theut and Then Killed in Shan Tuiijr Province. Ili-s Kuihiisiastic Admiration for the (ierman I'hiiicror The Way He Fights the Sav- a"- Mlack iJacfss. miPS P1TW ti in i ...... ii ii i i an i ii ii i in m ;te .;-?:;- ; ' rs. $ --i --v?-.?;irH fv! ifajrr ilwf iBWTiTgwlPBfjBBlffMMuTKiBIBBMMSr i run -I . Vi ,r--i lis' J Rtn'fnMc srECiAi- T.'ashinston, jiarch K Mr. Conger, the United Slates Minister to China, in a mail report to the Stale Department, reports that prior to the ...

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. — 26 March 1900

5 THE "REPUBLIC: MONDAY. LttCH 2fi.in00. WOLVERINES FLEW THE WHITE FLAG. ST, LOUIS TEAM DEFEATS MEMPHIS, BASEBALL SCHEDULE FOR TIHIIE SEASON OF 1900. CLT-n. BOSTON BROOKLYN N171Y YORK rilllVORIXIITA riTTsr.rBG OtICAOO rivrnr.-NTl PT I1t"' AT BOS': ON. VT HltOOKl.VX. .pr r Jl liar t Z. "u: i vur : 1 1 ::.r - .-! i. AT SKB YOHK. AT l-IUUVDEWIII. Apr 31. T-. Jillx !l. I. ! I. I !. II li I J Apr. 31 S S" Inn- 3 St I I 3. fc. . Apr S. 9 -in- I".. I IV t Auk SI. I- H at riTTsuruo. Max II. IS. II. IS. lulv ill Aur S. II. 1U 21. Si S3 31 li t. ii. i: Aur. 14 i:. 14. 1!r K. :!. SI. J-ll s. . -Anf 11. It. li. M ra i. i;. it. i Jcn 3? r J". AtlC. 4 fi. T. ATCIIIfAGO. Mar K. 17. li. . Jlllr S 6. 7 AtlS It. II. IV Mav Z. K. . ST Jiin- Z3. -a Ju. 1. t I. t. . Mar IS. 13 II. IV Jul 5. . II An;. W. 1 It Mar St. Si S3. July 3. X. 4 AUK. . 5. 11. II. Mar . Sft .inn- 17. I. 1 S. July 14. I .. 14. Ac IS ATn.VrjSCNATI. Miy SI. Si S-i. SI Jtln- ZS. Z 3i Aue 4. 6.7 Mij-14. 17 31 .tulrS. 7. X. Ail;. 13. II...

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. — 26 March 1900

TV.-C- . "Ay lis JU' 6 THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. M A I-fTi 20,1000. '.I 1 i' i v ft THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Inaie. "faery Ply l-i the Yc.- runui.siiuns. unonur. knavi' o Charles w. Knapp. lrts-.lcnt aiul "'. Msr. Goor-re Ij. Allen. i. rie-idi-it. W. IX Carr. P-rretnrt Office. Cornir ff.nlh an.i !le Streets. (UKI'L'UUC HI IIJMN'J ) ti:i:m5 or si"ns'i'UTiox. DAILY AND SUNDAY-Si:Vi;X Isi-L'nS A r.r.K. Fv Mall In Adiame--rntKe rnriM One Year J- Fix rr-nth " llicc nenlhs - I Anr three !.-. except Si-iI..y. oe etr .. 1M Pundiv, with M.izazine - ' Fpivial mall IZ.-litltrn. Sunt. 1 Surnay Magazine I HY rnltlRRli. ST. lll IS AND Sl'Iil'ltl'S. 7tr -cek. l:lv ontv Gen's Icr lint, .lil .111.1 Sim' ... II cms twicb-a-wi;ek ifk It-Mh-hei Moullv and Tblir-ij -ne year .11. M Kcrr.it by barX draft, expres.. money order, or re-!tercd letter. Adl!s TIIK Iir.lMT.I.lf. St l.iii. Mo CnJec!r.l c.-rnmunlratiGr.s cannct be returned under any circun-stance.. Knterra at th- ! o'licc at St. Ivmts. 3Io . is v c-i1 c...

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. — 26 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. lUAItrn 26. 1 HOO. 7 y II I 1 N Vd r i i B ! r w I i ; M F f l U 11 i t ill u-j .1 -, ; THE TRICK. W TRICK may involve deceit or it may foyfzJ' p r ri?cntnr e-vf M-1 is deceit in some soaps, but there is none in Ivory Soap; it is a display of pecu liar skill. It will stand any test and can be relied upon to do all that is claimed for it. IVORY SOAP IS 99i PER CENT. PURE. T-t Yon don't hive So oor.ul a cilenoar to find out whether srrlns i- hen- I'nm. down to Parr's ani you'll --co th.it it 1 and vvit'i a clorlous wealth of sprii c: roc is that vvou.d bewilder any but a f-nilnin'- nlr.d. HAPPY OSAGE BRAVES. Their Mission to Wnshiiitnu 1V suits Siuifiietoiih. A party of seven Oaco lnJians on the'.r way front Washington. 1). ".. to their limnc ot Pawhukaw.Ok., passed through St. I.ui!s lxst night. The braves had been to the cap ital to -visit the fir-at K.tlier a:id S .--tary of the Interior for the puriwisc uf hav ing some changes made In tht pavinc. of their sra...

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. — 26 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: MOIST) AY. MAKCTT 2G. 1900. i M -H ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. rnnsoNs molting chf.cks fob tub fol- I.OWINC I M ALIJ.U rtllt ANSSKltt TO Arji:ini--i.Mi.xi nut Tin; wei:k enu- l.M. M Ul II J, AN iiKi TIIK SAMK BY ALL1N AT Till: KKI't UUC OFF1CK WITHIN THJtKi: KAYS. AMx. l-Oll ADVUU- TPKD 1 -BT1 fclJS A .- I. ; p-s 4. 11113 1 v in i ; no : it ii : la i,: ut- ju i--i i i A 1 ; us i 1 it 1.3 1 I- " - i, i: r. lit 1,-s t. : l .; t;i ; 1 I: m 1 is v l .; u: i , :; ij i i! n : : u;. ; , .- fi 1 ' !- 1 1 : m l i vi l 1! !- J li u i ! .- lis. 1 I J". 1 it t t , S Hi 1 ' ; l . H 7- i , s i2i ; " i t u m i ;s : i '" t" i 11 in 1 1.3 1 ii ; i n n i t u i " n: I . II i; . . T ".. t -" i ii i.: i i im s " i i .i r i ,t id i i' i J :s. i r i-i i II' I , J Int i ' v i: i i m .... i ' j hi j I v. r. i ! . ....I.J Il 4 'V ; ' i"7 i ; J in i v 1 in ' r i.- t'w wi i ii- i J i:- i " ! 4 ' i i.k ' i w :v l '' 1 1 K '' I , W I 1 1 1' 1 I K !" 4 X .! I ' i" - K i.4 i :.: i ' ! I I. ..I I - 1 :...

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. — 26 March 1900

0 THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, MA"RP7T 26.1000. : y X i MS 3. V. i i Nr Mi AL - .flecn Cents Tcr Line. ..IC101 .ANNI1: -i'KVv'IAXD. -da' S. rour . rli M "oarihj rtunnc eo-itineroci-t: ladles In irouoie. celt or write; confidential . term- rcason "tie; treatment by mat. TXlf-mu jurv ARTlim. Ppccialt-t-I-id'.e-' rrivate heme durtnc confinement, trained mirwi i - a,rn.oince: l-t of rr.edlcal attention; trcati iircKtaantles, Guarantees rurress nr no tharce; tn ants adopted write . r call 307 Morcan . lTtKE treatnvnt f--r prl-attrouriW simple., charges, etc (ither w,. Med. 'o . 1-C N Sth. l.AI.irs IW-ur Ami" Neaand'.i Itecalbitcr C f"i!s: trtil treatment f:e zn S llth t. Ifc.DI!',s v regulator -o vrr fill. -.c complete t'catncnt fr?e Mrs. I:, S'air. SMI Franklin av. MIDWIFE, makes specialtv of private dt-ca'-.i Women. Ii-it. th ..nil . It .lit t.r.i.e. liif -in.t regulator. n s. Math . MOniLT; .fleet oy.ttrs. ai v -tv'-. per dozen ?. cents Wrr.. O Milf, rd. -'i N S.v'h -t. AITt.s I- HflTSOV iiv...

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. — 26 March 1900

r nt. iii l! 1 IS .jft life fil rfijr h -SM I F u 10 JOURNAL OF- The Council. RECULAR SESSION. 1899-I90O. (OFFICIAL.) Citv of St !.. Count ll Chamber, .March 23. It-"". The Counril met at 5 nVIix-k p. in.. Mr. President SIcicr In tlio chair. Present llesrs. Carroll. G ist. Caiis Hodges, Horton. Kratz. Mey-riiburg. Itn-h-ards, Schnell. Thuner, Wiggins and Mr. President Meier 12. Absent Mr. Hoffrnar.n 1 Tliere being no objections, the minutes' of the meeting of Marcli Zi. IS"1, as -printed. uer approved. REPORTS FROM CITV OFnCEKP. The followincr m'S:lBe from tlio Upum of Delegates naa read nnd filed: House of Delecate. fit. Iill. March a). 1!0. To th Honorable President and 11embcr3 of the Council: GentlemtTT I have the honor to Inform ou that the Mourn if ! '!! -. nt lis neetlns held th. ev.-nlrc m. d to uimur .n the followlnc nn iilnn nt- nn-t. Amend !..ii.- Kill No l.'.t l.v tn--'rtlnc In lin" 1 of -c tiou 1. nli.r il.. word "The. the word "ai'-t int Second. Insert in line 2 of mm ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 26 March 1900

f c 11 THF. "REPFBLTC: MONDAY, MATCPH 20.1000. 1 M U FINANCIAL MERGAMTILE 73 -aSisrlaVtli. ctiici. 2 M Of OKT Savings Accounts. Daily Balances. SAVISGS DHPARTMES'T Open livery MOSDAY SIGHT Until S:.W O'clock. DIXUSCTOIS:- . r. t.uu.--.. II. ri-tIi-rU, lr., 4 . II. M.-Millnii. riiHrxMi llr'HIUn, illliiui Vinlin. IVlrr . o il. nltt HimIhiiii, I.orrtiro K. mlrrxnn, rnrKo Uiim'ii llrtirt n. IninM " . n-ll. 1mti1 Itrotvu. Tnine .;. Itntlrr, Ia,. I). l)0iT, D ON M PAI -TT S Mississippi Valley CAPITAL AND Sl'RPLl'S - 5i.5OO,O0O.0O. 9attirf3s llKniBrlal qnofatloai, Xo 1 and forricn, Trill kc faantl In Suk.. Car' ncer. BRAIN MARKETS GENERALLY FIRMER, GL0SIR8 WITH A GAIN whevt opkvcd STnni:i. in r IiATH THEKIJ AVXs . sci.MMi ri(iunn. clomg iiii.ii;:i;. BOTH LONGS AND BEARS SELL. urn, Ti.iv i.nMi:n tiii: .oiits ix tonv who rnvr.itr.n riti:i:i.r, rfiTixt: ruicKN ii OATS MARKET FIRM BUT DULL OfTi'-n Kr'.W-i ?atur3ny. March ;l. 1. ' was corn that was the bull u IVith fide of th nM?jn. AH influi'....

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. — 26 March 1900

; 12 THE REPUBLIC MONDAY. MAROU 20. 1000. IE f e ft . L r H Mcrmod & Jaccard's CATALOGUE, 3,000 EMGS. MAILED FREE. WHITE FOB IT. S& OFFERS TO -BAY A& AND FOR THE Solid Silver Mesh Purses 5-t-ongly aid t-cau-t tf ull madf- clap handbomc y h-ised. t trice a .are as cui in length ami widtb. useful ami very r S3-75 Only bach (0tbfrtl)lEpt Sll 50 Solid Silver T o l lj-p-. prct t r cbasc-I. an.! tji strong gr p hebiinr lb' t e C Tmr n piare. r50C On Uacu MERMQ PECULIAR RELIGIOUS SECT. Odd Belief of the Founders. Who Were Tarred and Feathered. Lincoln. Neb.. March 2.V-The tarring and feathering of Louis V s an J Ins wife -it Gretna a email village in Sarpy County, has broujnt to light the existence of a curious religious sect, small in number, but energetic in the promulgation of its to llers Louis Ficg. the leader of the sect, claims to be St. John, the Baptist, sent a sccon 1 thno to earth, and he is equally Ins.s-ent upon declaring lit"! wire to Ik? Chri-t conu to earth agai...

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. — 27 March 1900

RE you following Carpenter D kO YOU think of Easter THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. through the Philippines! Valuable and exclusive Bonnets? Be you man or woman you will delight in a page on this subject in next Sun day's Republic o o o in The Sunday Republic, c . ffn M. I.tmln. rn- f rut. ITJ IY1.K - Outside M. I.oitl", Tnii Cents. I 1HUAJ lonTralniriirrcCfnU. NIKETY SECOXD YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO.. TUESDAY. MARCH 27, l.JOO. PANIC, AND PISTOLS DRAWN IN COURT. GRAND JURY REPORTS CORRUPTION. V I .. ill 3 3 i i i 1 il. x i 11 1 m vj Cross-Examination of the Goebel Assassination Case Almost Results in Scene of Carnage. Hundred Weapons Flashed By Excited Partisans at Frankfort. JUDGE RESTORES ORDER. Golden Breaks Down Again, But His Testimony Is Unshaken. Jir t'IT.1 IC M'lilVL. Frankfort. Ky. March -0 l-r a irn i-:o-n.ents this afternoon it Io ke-d as though The flo-v of Wood that has been threatered In Frankfort was abcut to begin Panic re'ened and people tumbled and ran from tnr Count? Courtroom ...

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. — 27 March 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. arailCH 27. 1000. h B I $' I l fc - ft - TO-DAY'S HEWS IH BRIEF. Hl'SINESS. IMtcount rate, were ( lo T pr cent for rail and time loans. Clearances. 13.540.016; balances, JtS.S'B. Nc York hange. UK ITcmlum Md. 2c premium 1-1; I.ouls illc. par Md, luc premium aki!: Chicago. l.V pr. mtum Mil, I'.c premium as-ked: Cln- Iiinatl. par lu, 10c premium asked; New Orleans, par Md. 10c pr.mium asked. The local ivlie.it market clned lower at TO'e nominal Mareli. .. 'i"c May. C-'.c asked July. TiM-fc7;,c No. " ril. Corn closed higher at ?.P.c nominal M.ir.-h. 3sr:i3Sc May. 37i.3Tc July. .".T'lilTSc No. white. Oats closvd at Sic nominal March. I1V asked May. 'e asked Jul. r.fiS'iC No. ". The wheat market at Chicago closed lower t ie nominal M.ireh, 04c hid May. M'-ir r,e Ja. tT'sc nominal Sept. Corn closed holier at K-- nominal M ircli. 3V'c ike.I M.iv. XWi l-f Md July. Ee aked Si xit ots clo-rd tit c nominal March, .'me bid May. J.'-nS',!' July. The local m:irl:t for stan...

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