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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 27 March 1900

3 TIIB HEPTBUO: TUESDAY. MATCCTT 2T. lMIO. ROBERTS FINDS FREE STATE BY NO MEANS PACIFIED. LORD SALISBURY HAS APOLOGIZED. REPUBLICANS ABANDON THEIR EFFORTS TO AGREE. I V U X It May Be Several Weeks Before He Will Risk an Advance. livicr's Commando of 5,000 Bullcr Not Likely to Make a Move Until After Roberts Is Under Way. rv .Mii.TiN v. sNvnnn. SPKCIAI.- BY CAULK tendon. Tuesday. March "T (Copyright. I"1, hv tho Now York Herald Company.) -Almost .ill the Ixiii'lon tiajicrs last evening !'1 tilts morning j-rint i one-pie uously ex tracts fioTii the liitci-vlevv with a promln-nt Rocr winch 1 cabled rsterelav. lut te rrain from esimmenting upon It The Mate ment 1- noc.-ptPd as M-ttIng forth clearly th Boer j-osltion. The mi: ion of tho Boc r etelegatcs e-xrites much Interest in l.ondoii and e-enjee-ture Is riff as to tho term.s of ths proposition to Kuropcan Pofti n. and the Fnited S'atei. which they arc author ized o present Bevond a few lists of oiMialtlrs, the War Office had no dfpat...

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. — 27 March 1900

au- THB REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, MA'KfTT 27. 1900. r I 1 i I) ft! ft a IW1 i.t.. THE CONQUEROR GALLOPED HOME, Pat Tonilinson's Thre-Year-01d Was Favorite for the Turf Congress Stakes. CAPRON FINISHED SECOND. Legitimate Racing Season Inaugu rated at Little Rock Under Favorable Conditions Bookies Hard Hit. iiEPcnuc special. Little Rock. Ark.. March K Beautiful weather and a perfect day ushered in the Initial events of the spring meeting of the. Little Rock Jockey Club at Clinton Park to-day. The crowd was a pood one and the t-port interesting and enjoyable. Although track records were not expected to be bro ken or even equaled, the r.crformance en the whole was very encouraging. Of course, the old campaigners who were down at New Orleans were all right, but it was the youngsters and those who wintered hTe that a good many were "leery" about. The weather Tor the past week or so being so bad. it was not known Just what they could do. but when the average man was eating his morning re past ihe...

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. — 27 March 1900

tub urcprravrr: tfestuy. MA7.cn 27. mon. 1 W I a v. 8 .4 pin .rl afV I i ii TANNER TURNED DOWN IN PIATT. Instructions Given for Cullom lines, JJose and Others Jlontkello. at ENTHUSIASM FOR NORTHCOTT. Tanner Faction Was llnnclpss From tin- Start Wide Division of County IJejiublii-ans Over Mansfield anil Jiodman. P.KI'i-m li- --,..-.-, . . Montfcello. Ill . March 2:'. Tl-e I'l.-itt Com- .iii.i... nut it leaves wounds that will not I ' "' Con n.iiie- ICs .'.mi.-n-i rciorted. heal fop car-. It iniiun. ndf il McKInlev I Mr" "s.! ," ","r'B ! Mi-Kmli- am T.m- :;",d T11 fT ,,1,,m-,,,n''- i":r:!,i,1:n,u!.. inc n- Stato and Ponatorial DMiict ilfle- ! H"n i-.nitn. n.llni; th faliliful write f liatcs with an iron hand. Y.itos. llo-e Ham- ! S"' ,,u'r '""'V il Culi..m was n ad th lm. Nnntirott ai:-J M.i"ullai:i:h iNo . I f,ni"'l"Jn u.is whj wj,i, rnt!u:tum an.l ,. ,,. .'j J" , , , LK" , " ""'' ""aiiiiiiiiujj in favor of th.- !!-pri-onti-d with the Mate Jelecitlon. There tri, t . i,..tortaI on-.en...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 27 March 1900

.vt A; 6 TnEKEI'UJJLlC: Tl'KSDAV. -MARCH '11. 1000. vi n J ST. LGU1S METHODIST CONFERENCE GLOSEO, Mini-ler.- Vole for l.enioval ofilie IJnok ("oiiceiii and CJ-nt i-sil Ad- oeato. lo Kansas ("ilv. APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED. K"-iii!iiiu (.'oiidfiiuiiti:; Magnetic Ie:iliii:r Iiiti-odtit-ed. lull ll Was Finally l-iiii on the Table. r.i, '.!.!( .-rta-i xi. K ' -. .11 M ' . M r. .1 . - ! i: "o: rr-. e i-.i 1- ... Tl.- 1 l's w:k J i i.O ' :ml i-.j-i n 1 io 'i ' .' !' .ix if " Mir tl. Ju-t !'i!.Tr ll.l' iiuvulnpy w ..- -'ins. the appointment-, .- xxhl.li ti:e cabi- t liad been workins uaiil the ls-st rain i.to. xxcre uniiounc'.l. The qtitstlon of re niuvir; the St l.ouis lok Iiepo-dtory tn K..ti-u- Cttv ua bxouht belori' the iu-.rt-n.-' (o-u.iv tip .11 th-- it.- . ntati.tr. of .1 i. ir. :.ai iihu Co Kaii'a-. x ... : i.-iit x .. , i Wis !i. i 1 .it H. i" -..( -lit 1 - . xsS. asking the remoxal of the 1km k (!--po-imry and tlie Central Christian Adxo iatc from St. I-oub- jo Kansas City. A" soon ...

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. — 27 March 1900

3k THE KEITBLIC: 'lTESDAY. aiARC!, 27, 1000. HISS HGRLOGKER OK THEWlf HESS STAND. LORD ROBERTS'S NEW BASE OF OPERATIONS. CHANGES ON THE MISSOURI PACIFIC, LWei.TJtVJlirlMvlSgg5ia3 ! rcrlnf-trts -.-. GLiidroa, Under TorrSMt Agitation Sht Tes tifies in IU-r Own l'.t-knif. Toll ing of Jler Love for jlorev. .rin-r.ii Msiiiiigor Miissfil H.irtliiig Will .MiiKimirf Tlii.-m on His lift in n. tei&i&Thn UmA Vnn !"g iiiu iunu iuu ii A Jtr.jris.'n sJ".,'h? SHE SHGOK AS WITH AGUE. MR. C. G. WARNER MAY GO EAST. AYcffc tl!c lf cp.irj: ion fa-.-vs -shmtaliiVLVJccaii'.v.!!: a'si- img the bJoaadii niatUov.c Onrt She lirokc Pouti ..in. S.pbliiil Convulsively Testimony Wrung From Ilt-r in u liuig- 1'i.iwn Oitlcai. V. C W.ttnnis to A.-miiih- tip- Su jm-i itttftll i:.- of flu- 1 1 tin .Miijiit.iin-- Ii-ii' nil Hail ro.nl -!. ,'3R I Si..--r &sStf Al M &-v. J, Mi Protnolcs Dis,osIion,Clcrcrfi:l r.c55.irai !' Confiiins nctUin Ojiium.M'.'rpkinc tur Mistral. Kot Xas: cone. H m fvii -? HM - SI'...

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. — 27 March 1900

i r? S THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. MAKOFI 27. 15)00. i ' ? ? h I ; t 3 to.! J: f u s s. M t. II y 8! a i THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Issue a niery Day In the Tear. rt73L.ISUF.ItS. QEOItGC KNAPP & CO. Charles XX-. Knapp. President unJ Oen. Jler. Gors I Ale-n. X'lr rr-si J. nt. XV. 15. Carr. Secretary. OCSro, Comrt Sei-nth ard ni.vr Streets. (IlRl'UUMC 1JUII.DING TFP.Ms OK Sl-nsritliTlON: ihilt and sl'nday-siivkn 1i'ks a vi:f.k Hv Mall In AiSiance l"-st-.!- rr-pald. C-y X'.a- 5' -six months ' 'rl 'i hre ni nih 1 ' n three Jr-j-: .xcert Suaiy. dii year .. -Sao Si.--I.ii, -Mill Mm-jrin- '. 'si --. tal mail Ktilti'in. Sunla 1 S'lin.iav M:icnxini- 1 - I Y CAltltliais. ST. I-OI IS-ANI M-IIVUHS. I'-r necK. 2all nplv G cent J-er neck dallv nn.l Sind-iv II c-nt-- twi-i:-a wei:k isj:i: lib!ish--d M-.nday and TSursIa or.. year. .51 v-I Itrn-it be Lank draft. cii,r-s. isunry order, or r --trr-a .elt. r. .CMre-sTHE IfKI-rM-IC. si Ia-Hl". ! C"5"lt-j.s-isi -nmmuniat.on rinnol be rturrjej u ! r ui.i ilr. ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 27 March 1900

0 .THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, MARCH 27. 1900. i n 33 '" fiP iff 1 1 jl3 I M 'i V?S. I e A Stitch in Time A lhlle medi cine taken in time saves i money, future doses, and f sometimes ill ness and death. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey taken at the approach of a cold, chill, or when exhausted from ovenvorfc. saves much trouble and sickness. It contains no fusel oil. It is absolutely pure. It gives health and strength. rliil Utu. , -.. It. if yn s.- ,m. . e ui r,p-l a bottle FrrFii2.f! 5 . - f fi-Wme 1st tatrreslj.f BB. CTTMUT WISKtT CO.. Sacnaster. . Y. ou don't have to cnnult a calendar to find out wr-ctlnr spring is here. Come down to Ban's anj you'll . that It Is and with a glorious wealth of "sprirg goods that would bewilder any but a f nilnme mind. OXFORD GIRLS DENY CHARGES. Say Thorp Were No Cigarettes or Ueer at Their "Fiat" Initiation. ltEPUPLIC PrECIAI. Decatur. III., March 2J.-Mi.--es Noy Mont comery ard Sue Harris members ot the ost prominent families in Decatur and mens the thirteen...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 27 March 1900

10 THE KEPrBLTO: Tl'ESDAT. 3fA"RfTT 27, 1000. u i !f 1 f-- ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. rKRsn:s hoi.tmng oiitvKS for the fiii.-iri-. i-m-ai.ij-.hkoi: nswi:iw to advertisements roit im: wr.r.K end ing mm: -if -n i:kt tjii: same i.v 'M.i.iN; r the fii.i'i Hue rri i: WITHIN' THREE WAYs. ASK 11JI8. adver iised letters ir.. . 14a... 4 t ... II I ..... T I I '.'".'. J I : r in 1 r m i r . .:.:.:. ,i :! i-- u'; 131 - I, l l: n: i . ft i : ft. '.'.'.'.'..'.'. I ! 71 i ; 7? i : in- i ): i.') i; il Kl. . i- . ii Hi. is ii . tii . its. i" . 143 li tis, in . u. ir .. ix . it ii ii il ii i; i; ii !! kl 4. V." . Ill 1-'.. 13. t II II IT '... 1 It 1 18 I II M II til ... i . i II 11 1.7-. RI . li-N ltd .. 113.. n: 17".. i:.. it .. . it- i itt 7i in !." . in 1 ! 1.-. it i 1- in u l J .'.'..'. i .. .. i .- .-.il j j j j j 11 I W IS i w r r u ; 4 w r w t 1 tt. "v i w ir- i u i i x ii: r in 1 N i.l : N -I 3 - N ii ; N 17 z III 1 -N ! s V .7 I V 1 - II 11.: 1. X IK. - x ii: 3 v 1.3 i j iv 4 V. -I i . v 1 ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 27 March 1900

TTIE REPLHRLTC: TTESDAT. iriVRfTT 27, 1000. 5 Ik HOUSEHOLD GOODS. rou w.k UnDIIOOM r-t.- , tv I it1 rcwinj: m;.rliia- $2, -a .. tr. I ;t, sM".. clock. j.Lurr, JClr cnth Ft. BIG stnck furniture. o.-r,"t9 n! I .'h. m , . rAnge, Xrotn th Cx- f n r ,-.. 1-urrul-r Co-: open jTivla m Kr.-rk!in - 'CUEAN JI--" tra 1- i: ir. furtiitur ..j plant piiihi. . t-o it un J .t u 111 sun-ri-xe .i.i rltawjou. S-l 1 h all . il--. thine you -.( In th- uiv ft u mjj mi Mite . r par I j. SK II, ifin m. l. ). M i-HJI cutfit f.-r --r jta h n h.. i !.. . , Lot a ;.. , cash or tinu. A 73. jlfp-tl'u SKV.TNG m.M-M for .. . - -r "T .7" new. in perfc t tonii:tit'ii. j r. t .. - c .i: . r- t -. I.. .11. ss.i !.- i. hum ,t r- ; . - .. furnish! fl-t In tor to:i Jlr . cnce. c-ili; to I ur . . c!.- i v. !. STOVE r.- vn f -" ,1! I f - u-- - il. tin. mi: ' rr i -N W " . ' J V v.nti:u. I.I .:n. of l"-.ih-Jl fjr-rjrc d. 4. r-, 1 ir? ir Htnll l.'. ?Ich. t . !'.'!. tit or cl jwt-t' iltit.l'.oi. . 1- - t m... ;.-.. fk Ttini;-...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 27 March 1900

in 1-3 TITTC VxEVlUViAC: rlTESnAY.MATrir Ti. 1000. I- I 8 It r. if I in If ft a i iii 8! I B I ! H r i t r 6RAI1. MARKETS STARTEO OFF WELL, BUT GORR ALONE KELO ni;m:u m.i:s : w i: iui:vr uiioi) M'AitT it i.ri:it i:w- i:m:d ami i.ni:ii i.iui:i.. PROFESSIONAL AND DULL iu s sritoM: i.i. 1111:01 ;ji tiii: ii . in t tt iirr ' m: i.i-i: .t T a i.iioii aii m i:. OATS PRACTICALLY UNCHANGED 'Hi- IJfpii'.illi-. Mofia.it. M Uih .. :. T-f Et.i ii in .'kits :i! thl- point fits. tnnrmns ('mil tlir im lnlifT to ntlhiti -ts't. o' t!io i:'Mn hour wet sort of luins tlrf f,-T.iIrR. rrirs. moling neither on, inv nor Hip other, while the interest apparently i k. n til.-, i-o lax trrit rit ijierallon were dul' j-Inn ant uh.Mly prof, -Mona). unci as v .i l, li.ii tm-n - pn-lt-il. unlnlere-tini; '-m .m jftint of n-i. The two ) ddint; inTktt". s-t irtiil tf enCiMirasiiiBly f- r the i-uiK liJuis Fl.ituiiiK u slight imjirvwiiu m o r List Siturd.iy' cloj:nc Thre were io .-'ians- nf riKmiU ji.ti in ith-r of the...

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. — 27 March 1900

13 THE "REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. MAKCIT 27. 1000. n J i 1 yj I 1 - tAv FINANCIAL IT. LEE. President. d. n. Francis, vice President, A. 1 SUAFIoH. 11 Vlra President- The Merchants-Laclede National Bank, OF St Louis. Condensed Statement of Condition atCIoseof Business, February 13, 1900. RESOURCES. Cash and Sipht Exchange Loans, payable on demand . . . " ' at fixed date. United States Bonds ."Premium on V. S. Honda Siher Bonds, blocks, etc Real Hslatc LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation United States Bond Account -. . eo-ils. Individual " lWnks and Bankers. " United States GELLA COMMISSION COMPANY. 4ltCIHPOHATi:n. CAPITAL. 9SO.OlKt.IMi. PAID PP.) L. A. Celts, Frrxf. C A. Titles. Vfce Pr-xt S. '. Adler. ScJy mod Treiu Ootion, Grain, Provisions and Stocks. Wc execute orders promptly In C5 biles tea 1" shires Storks and upwards, for cash C .ran.ls-si us Cotton. 2 points: t.rain, i-pmil inducements made to Country ; made on .-.-msignments. Dally Market Hevie-v a...

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. — 27 March 1900

JLJL THE KEPFBLIO: TUESDAY. MAT?m 27. 1900. 5?J W I. A Man Neafly TAffiredL Always attracts favorable attention. Our magnificent lines of fashionable Spring Suits offers an endless choice of all the newest fabrics, tailored in the most thorougli and artistic manner. Our reputation is made and maintained by the perfection and fit of every garment leaving our house. We give this important matter our personal attention. This assures you ab solute safety and satisfaction in making your Spring selections from us. Our prices are very moderate for the best clothing in the world ?10, $12, $lo, S1S,$'20, $22, $25 and $30. CLOTHIERS, HABERDASHERS AD HATTERS. .SEW REPUBLIC BU1LDIXO. SEVE.XTH AD OLIVE STS. SECKNER COMPANY FILES BOND FOR CITY LIGHTING. -l ASKS NO EXTENSION OK CON TRACT TIME. i Bid of the Concern Due to Chance Visit of the Secretary to St. Louis. The Seckner Contracting Companj. -uc-cessful bidder for the downtown lijrhtinsr contract. ycMerday tiled with tin- Hoard of Public Impr...

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. — 28 March 1900

RE you following Carpentef D O YOU think of naster Bonnets? Be you man or woman you will delight in THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. through the Philippines! Valuable and exclusivd a page on this subject in next Sun day's Republic j cl c letters in The Sunday Republic. I, fin M. r.mif. Otic rent. J II It 1 OiiliIe -I. I oiils. Two l-"-"--1- Oii 'I ruin.. Thrrc Out NINETY-SECOND YEAR ST.hOriS.MO.. WEDNESDAY. MARfTI 28. 1000. Cent1 J CILT0N HAS CONFESSED TO HIS PROSECUTORS. ITALY OFFERS TO MEDIATE. W Statement in Writing in Corroboration of Wharton Golden's Testimony. Induced by His Wife, Who Is Said to Have Warned Goebei, lo Tell What He Knew Stenographer Youtsey in Jail Powers and Others Held Without Bail. v.i rrj.t-ic srr. iai. Frankfort. K. March IT - i iuin II. (""ni ton, who was a e'rrk in the office of Au ditor Swecncj-. created a sensation this aft ernoon, directly after he. Seiretary of S'jt c'aleb Powers, and Capitol Policeman John Pavis had been held to answer a aci-e,n-;ies to the ...

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. — 28 March 1900

n TTITC REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MATCCH 28. 1000. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. ,i - .. WPINKSS. D -count rates fic I t" 7 per cent for nil ami nine ioaiis Cl iratn e. .?-" "I1-. ' lances, Jv. 2I New lo'k es.-h ingr. I'-' premium hi i. ""c pr. nuum jskci. Louis Ilc, pir hid, Hv pr. nuum a-kcd. Chi. ag". l'H pr inn. in bid. IV- pr. niii.ni usk.il. 'm uiniati. pir l..t. li- premium -.sk.-.!. New .' Inns. I'.t 1.1.1. I""' premium asktd The lor ,1 wheat market -li- l higher at 7' . ii.-nnin.il Mtr.h. iJ.r a-l..il Ma. "'''' . k.s1 Ji '-. 7l'a7.- N. J r! Corn lo-ed st .id-. i .".V rotiilii.il March. SV-i-V-V- it .T'4 ask. .1 Jul. "7V"'..- No. 2 white i) s ii.-,-i at i nuniiii.il Manh. 2la.c 1. .1 SIji. 22. bid July. 2i- No. - t Cb.ag.i wh-.it -los.-d higher at C'.r lrmin t M..rch. i.-e'.e bid Mv. "". asked J i7s nominal S. pt Corn -l.-cd linn .1-,. i .nnnal M.iti-li. :' 'i'l M.ij. .: I .! .1 1 ." - asked S. Pt. ' closul UI-l i .inm.il JIjiiIi, 2I'.- a-k.-l .m.i-.. . Juli The 1. . al market for stan...

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. — 28 March 1900

s THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MATCCIT 2S. 11)00. 3 PUERTO RICAN BILL CAUSES LIVELY DEBATE. i m ms PeruiiUiie Catarrh Cure, Gives Strength and Aooetite. The SarsaparHFa that's used by Chinese and Hindu; in the bushes of Aus tralia and the wilds or iouth America; the Scrsapanlla that braces British and Boer, and gives strength to French and German, Russian and Turk, Affirmation of Newspaper Interview Read in Lower House. F3' Kl S Says ' feasts' IS-VC 5 s-tNa t -Vip - :'lpilt J1W , v&v yv, -Nc $3 Hon. TV Peruna. th cine Companv says: Hon. W. N. Roach. Lnited States Scnato X K'l.1. '1. I !U. I IT.- R'M. '1. I ! r.-at cavi.r'i Jl Columbus. Ohio .c- In II frniu from North IJa.'.ota. X. rth IiK. j.. :-.-n -a-. Hd..r.-e r.-.'jt !.;; r to The I. Mini M. :;-a-Mrjtt. it. I. "". S-i-n-.r Itme.'i "Persuaded by a friend Ihavs used Peruna as a tonic, and I am giaa to testily tnat it has greatly helped mc in strength, vizor and appe- I in-l:"' a.i even j.c--.-i th.- memory e.r ; " 'i"''. "i ihv ii...

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. — 28 March 1900

THE "REPUBLIC- WEDNESDAY. MAROTT 28. 1000. i .i V.I 1I- in (i 1 7" j 1 si v' l O.i a 1 it' J j t t M Tl :i or t il Jl T ti ft d It o Is t r 1- t: r T C t I C I 1 I r 1 J c LORD PAUNGEFOTE MADE THE APOLOGY. Expressed Regret Vei bally to Sec retary Day That Man urn's Mail Was Opened. HEARING TO BEGIN TO-DAY. Cli.iiini.ni Ilitt Says That ihe Com mittee It.-elf Must Der-ide I'pon Secieoy or Piiliiiein. i:n i i.i-ic Miii vi W ashiiigtuii. Jlarch 27 It w..s aiir..un. cd to-day by Chairman liltl of the Foreign AfTjirs Committee of tin? Hoire that fortr-r Consul Charlc-a 17. 3lacrum would be hai.l by that boiy lo-iconon morning at 1" o'clock. Secretary Il.i forwarded all of tli lu.u mcrts m Hi" pos"Ssiou of the State IK riarta.eiu f-Ialoig ! tho matter to Ch.IT jnan Hltt to-day. but the latter deilii J to make public the ti xt of the-" Jocum-nli which. It i sail, consist of letfrs arrl tel egramsuntil they have been road by the committee. Secretary Ha -aiJ to a Republican mem ber of the Com...

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. — 28 March 1900

- 1 THE "REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, UrAKfTT 2S. IflOO. k V K V BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE AROUSED FOR GOOD STREETS Organization Decides to Enter Actively Into a Campaign for Needed Municipal Improvements. Adopts a Resolution Calling for an Investigation of Legisla tion Held Up in the House of Delegates Speeches by Adiel Sherwood, J. B. O'Meara and H. C. Ives. The Business Men's Ltague has dicidtd to take up the matter of street and other municipal improvements as it re-ult of a d-s-c-jssion at the quarterly mt-mi'trship meet ing lat night. Adiel Sherwood. John B. O'Meara, Halsey C. Ives, Edward levoy. Hi nry T. Kent and City Councilman Hodges talked over tie whole question from all ix lints of view nnd, after an address by the M.tyor. J. 10. Smith offered the following; n'.ution. which was unan'.mou-Iy adopted: ... , . .. .. , . . ,1.- ,. ..,... Iti -olvcd. nmt In view of the suprtme Importance to the welfare of our city of a progressive system of public improvements, ihe Standing Committee en...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 March 1900

"I 9. 7l THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MARCH 28. 1000. H nleiuUyC ie n ll y EN F3VE DAYS. l A 5 sTa. f&5iLSkv " .- LUclro-Chtnlc ntth-3 it t--llT. i- ( 'n- o-, pnsiti-a ai t permanent cars f it Va :-n- c.-ti !i 'r,":M 'i-o-a sa'- .. .-r.- i 1 fi.i-.: sea--:? painless anl d-voU of dan;;-: i - i-'-ihi . c , rr.v. Mt.ta:rr-v.t-d c-i'- ar-cured in f-o-a Sm '-; Jay. under written suarantec. O-.-r , iJ .-t--, nd nofa ,j--i N.-.-tJVrot.eieiioi. a-ao-r.ir, o: ImpM-ency aid Loit nanhooJ. I:ri.a.a-x vo-j. u-.3:s ou !o: nart.-l 1 -. ande-m .net x .rb-i.-b and T.ta! tycad sh-rrM-.,,yoir-r.Te:.c- Health. Strrnrt!i .' : Manhood t :j5 .oura-it conUa-rat'ori o-.::. c '3" the; i-: ' -.-- 'i.- Throw Ay Vur Sas.ntaswy Sadcor.-Jlt u to-dar i .--, i.".. ji . v. ... v.ecaa p."slt:rei7 s.-s.:-e cox qui. -est. salrsl - : most scientific .r" i -shi M-d .-:-. it - -. n ..-..'- .-t i-i.-ivs. 'A's ref;.- j ja to ro - .iio car? rr-- e,i. re i - nf t- . ,. A . 1 ' -."j :t -- rir o--....., .- hi.-- . - -ti " f T '...

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. — 28 March 1900

TITE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. MAWTI 28. WOO I I REPUBLICANS SHOW INTENSE FEELING, TT-CO IioL Almost Precipitated at Madi son County (Convention in Venice. DUCTIO MONSTE "0 CHOICE FOR GOVERNOR. Instructions for Xorthcott Tor Sec ond I'lace on the Tieki't TIiv ('omniilii'e :i'id Kpsoliitioipt. Every Article in Our Magnificent $250,000 Stock to Be 9 m mk m k fa II fir 1 1 fiH Wm 9 & Pi Wm Ik? OVAL v v V i) The Republican of Mi'nn. Ill -. t !r the City Hall at Veni-o. c.tcrday and ii btructcd for Nartlio.tt fur I.itutova-t Governor. Hamlin for Attorney 0ril. Hrenholt for Congress und Walter f-r to legislature. Th. ro w re :.; do', gates packed Into the frajl! lull, little room h--Ins left for the visiting stairmfn. Th'' Uranlte City Rand furnish, il music. G-11 IjC! of Alton kicked a Watk t with pink eyes In the morning before he Wt Alton, or did something to put a hoo C"0 on hi. work for the day, ard his al- jinlstration as pre-dlir.g oilioer did not r.- 'Cect particular credit on an o...

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. — 28 March 1900

s THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, MAKOFT 2S. 1000. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC TTad Every Day tn tho Tear. prnn.isurits. cnuunu knapp oo. Charles W Knapp. 1 rrsKJcnt ana Geo. Mgr. Gtmet L. Alien. Vise rnslJcni. W. B. Carr. Fecrettry. OCca, Conwr S-wnth and Ol.ve Street. oiepdulic uuiijjino-) TEtUIS Or SCKSCKIPTION: IMLT AM) SCNUAT STA KN ISSUES A WIZZiK. Pt Itftll In Advance-rost.tr PrecalJ. rn lear s" OT six in. -iCr.3 r-'" ""tiree n nO 1 '" Any Uiree "a. -xcrt Sunday, cse jear 3 sur-iay. w.th Maaiine " sm 11 trail FHtiua.ben.lay '-"J s iar JlaR3n. - - 1 1 r-AKTllKKS. S-T LOUIS AND SUBl'Ill:?. 1 r ween, dulv only Cent 1 r TifJt. d-lly end fsa-td.iy 11 cmt-t TWICE-A 1VKEK IrtoCK tuUsLed Muaday and Thursday ose year . 1 W r-.-r-it b- bank drill. eirres. mosey order, or r i red blur. Adiress THE HEPI'III.IC. St. I.oule. ito. Cn-'fv .-nmuniratlons raimat Lc leturnej. i. t.xanj clrcuntar cff. 1 n-rrd tt th rot S1 at St. I?ul. Mn . a- st - 1 'I rr.attr. tH-lIKSvriC lllsTAOE. PEP. COPT. (.'. ten HTia...

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