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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 30 March 1900

' W $ HE paper with the marvcl- ously beautiful half tones." A correspondent's reference to The Sunday Republic's .Magazine. . . ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. 1 HE "super" is getting to be quite an important feature of local theatricals. ReadoE in next Sunday's Republic. - flit M. Unit. One Cent. TrTP,Tr, J Outside M. I.onls. Tnn Cent. - --XV-LJ ,,11 Trulii. Tlirre Cent. NINETY-SECOND YEAE. ST. LO U1S. MO.. FR 1 1 A Y, M A R( ' M 30. 1000. KOREAN ISSUE FORCING WAR. BIG BATTLE NEAR IN FfliE STATE. THE 4 vSS V A I V U Jf 11, tn 'f Q" ttussia and Japan a Hostile Clash. Czar Demands a Port, and Mikado Mobilizes a Fleet and Calls Out Reserves in Rcpty Muscovite Move in Turkey. FPECIAL 1ST ' BLE. Kobe, Japan, March -!. iCopviijlit. 1000, lit- the New York Herald Company.) The demands of Klsmh fn- tin ci-SMon of terri torv in Koiva as a snlmtite for Masanphei are cauuiij great excite ment in Japan, especially in connection with ,Japanee nava! iiia lienters and the mobilization of the naval rc-eie. K...

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. — 30 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MATCCTT 30. IflOO. l; Th i Ml r Ia lc .1. Idf . r:t - H as ' th T ll M C ii a P fi tl 4 TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. BLSIXKSS. discount rates were 4 to 7 per c-nt tor rail and time loan-. Clearances. Jl :? . . balances. J727.Kf New York e-xclniis. "" prfmium bid. lie premium asked; lan.W il)e. r-ir bid. 10c premium asked. ChlraipJ. JOc premium bid. ZX premium asked, e tn i Innati. pur hid. 10c premium ask-d. -ew Url-ans, p-ir bid, 10c premium a-ked. The local wheat market closed hlttbcr at Tl'-c nominal March. TO'iliTOc lid Mac. Sc July. 727;e No : red. Corn closed hlBher at 2cT,c nominal March. 3T'c bill May. S..c July. 37Vac No. white Oits eio-ed at TZc nominal March. SI ,v: JIi. SV aslced July. Sc No. Z. Wheat at Chicago clo-ed lower at Wc r.oralnal March. fo"c b.d Ma. 7c bid Jul. tfKc nominal Sept. Corn clo-ed higher at 37c nominal March, SsiiSVo bid Ma. "js .. bid Julv. 39VC afked Pept. Oats closed at VFc nominal March. HV Ma. 3"" Jul- The local 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. — 30 March 1900

7. $ s TTTE BEPFTJLTO: FRIDAY. fAT?PTT 30. 1M)0. 1 "i 1 J m a 8 ? n x II the" flFTEEN PER CENT FE4TIRE SUSTAINED BY THE SENATE. ;-Votc of Thirty-Three to Six teen Considered Signifi cant by Republicans. ST 0 PUERTO RiCAN BILL. Beveridge Favors Free Trade, but Will Vote for the Measure. SPEECH A THOUGHTFUL ONE. Believes the Pending Act Is "The Wrong Step in the Right Direction." aihlnj-ton. March H A direct votp was itea by the Senate to-day on tlie prnposi- to strike from thn 1'ue rto Ilico measure the provision l wins 35 per cent of the Diijley law duties on l't:erto llico pro ducts. The r-rorositio-i iras defnitrj by a vote of 15 to 12. While the tote is re;-arde,i as presaslsg the pa.-saee of the pendins measure, it is not rt irarded as indi, -ttine; the final vote on the hilt. The feature cf the debate to-day was the rptech of Mr. Reveridt-n of Indiana. While he cdvoratfd re-trro-ity between the United States and Puerto Rico he an jiouaced that if all efforts to secure fren Irad...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 30 March 1900

TIIE RBl'OBlilC: F1UDAY. MAT?CTT HO. 1000. Hoo Re; WORLD'S FAIR ENTHUSIASM THE PREVAILING SENTIMENT. Annual Banquet of the Real Estate Exchange at the Planters Hotel. SPEECHES ON LIVE SUBJECTS. Congressman Joy Brings Good News as to the World's Fair Bill's Prospects. "ST. LOUIS AS A SEAPOR1." Ex-Governor Stone Points Out Possibilities of Expansion Other Addresses. Two hundiod l.uslliap. enterprising real Fstato men and their guests met at the Planters Hotel for tho annual banquet of the Ileal Estate Exchango last night. The. menu was all that could be desired, and tho speeches that followed were full of bright sayings and suggestive thoughts. Frequent references to the World's Fair enterprise brought enthusiastic cheers that showed how dear to the hearts of tho people pres ent Is that great enterprise. As a whole, the gathering will be notablo in the annals of the tnen who deal in lands and houses bs one of tho brightest events la the his tory of their organization. Congressman Char...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 30 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. M.T?rrr 30. 1000. o i I X -I w L IB ib w IN THE CITY. SUFFERING- FROM BURNS. Man IWlc, ; Mars c.i.1 or No l'CS North Twelfth street, nu tfiami-l to the Cltv Ho-pllal la-- nuht. suiTerin.; trom burn' several davs ago th. ct il-i tell into a P"t . f boiling waier at her h..m. Her injuria-, are cot ccnsidercl " nous. PAPTIST RU.V1V.V1.-A lurg meeting e.a held la-t evening at Delmar Avenue Itaptist Church "Jov " is the '"P1'' Jl", us-ed 1'V K Itl- I'encon rcmhall irr will lcid i I i-t meeting this fion eg. The topic vv ill b "Praming Power of lirisL ' WVRRVNTS ISrUKP Colrpcl Johnson yetertiav "issued warrants against the fol i..,...,,. T.in....i.ecT.tr-. h ircirg th-m with -Ucpin. mu-i il m-men-ins In tnvlr a l.vnns Mk Crunhill No -VI i'h. -tnut slWt. Mirk t.IIMlsT- l.H. r I a."iue. nnd rhinnt Mi-ei .t-1 V! nu. .. Irs L'inc strict. immmcn'mi:m ki:ik-isu.s -The annual comment, nient of 1. aumont Hoc prol Medl-al College will take pi ire this . icning at the ouug M.n...

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. — 30 March 1900

I 6 TTTE RElTTBLTG: FRIDAY. MARCJT HO. 1000. Reg I I ; ? MISS BENNETT WON LIKE A GOOD FILLY. (i corse Itomu'ii YmmjiMcr Cap tured the Lit! In Hock 1-Yat-arc (Sallopiuj;. SCHORR'S ENTRY WAS SECOND. Four of iht- Six II;m-ps WVut to F;i- oriis Lillian H'I :il Lnni OdN Won Final Event in Fast Time. Uttle Iltwk. A-U.. March Z !o..- -nnt of M u Inner? ir s-'-tlui's v-ms. trr 1" favorite. Tr nttetulanco was. fc"od. the track last ami the u tat her in'rfrrt. Tho event of the -ti.ty wai the Tuif (VnsJ Sweepstakes for r-j ear-on. It vias the best ta!.c field of the meil.i.g, lhrc beirs light starlcr. in i oxton t.3 tlie onlv one tcratched The rate a at a half mile, and the timr. :. i- tun-;at.red wry uott for this tr.it. it. Tito bu-utr mtj, lUrrdaJe and Jco l"re. v. re the favorite.-. Tonuny Hurn: h.U .t:b oiitidac mount and tin-l&hi-d tcvond txhtiid A!ie-i Ut-nncti, uho won tabily by live i-ii;t.iiv. It va wry evident that bihtica.c wua uutda-ii-d. Jlurnb ul iU iiai wa i-uible out of la...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 30 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC'- FRIDAY. MAROII 30. 1900. I WWilt, beiHur lie .. -Stb-rrtr" Is pmstit el tl. Sert-emt Uelklors- cnary t hirtlT 6Jj J SECRETARY ROOT'S FIGURES WRONG. HOGAN CARRIES OUT HIS PLANS. Y 3: FULL 3$fe QUARTS Wo nr tho only fllstillers in Aijior'o.. sbiopnj- r tdst. a...a Pair. Kxn to ccnumers direct. Ilar tins luinmd, l LSCH WEYER'S PU3E 8 YEAH QLD g SO v. . vstr t A ;.vi nrminu; rr.i.t BVC Imperialism Alrcailv Cost 52."(l,- 000,000, While He to-ported Only ?lS.O0O.00O Expenses. . W' it&g?; esW A W bVpultliean 'ouveiition al Carbon dale Kntitely Umler His Con trol Krom Slait to Finish. T.jjziid ptnnMLsnniu nis iGCSSy The prim. .,1J whlvk'y prescribed lor sSSfcJ7 EPre . . iT-Ai'vr t?Tl. i . . t l N ai i Th- fs i .1.- I uu1 in i Ttiro for -. yrrj douU- .. nr.i -t.i.-dt. lacui-.uouuDiir prr-ona'.'.i -ii. ....f 'lr J. '.1..-1 v.evrhiin-tlr. NTr l-s iiu.imm .Id.!.... tof it 10 and iajesrsi.l-1 wl.m iir l '. !'! direct to the ton.uincr ironi ur dlstlllerv nt tlio 1. v 1 r o of s...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 30 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MABCTT 30, 1000. es Ho R I- THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Tmixi Every Day In the Tear. PTBI.16HEUS. OEOnfiK KNAl'P ft CO. Char!' W Knapp. PrrMcnt ant Gen. Mer. Gore I. .!l-n. Vi--e rrc-si lent W. 15 e'err. secretin Ci-l-. c-n-ner senl!i and .-hie Slrla. (RUFmiJC l!UlUINO. Ti:itsis nr synsoKii'TioN- IK.1I.T ANU fcUNDA-fEVEN ISSUES A ui:k. nr Mail-In Alliance roitaee rrepalj. oro Tear J'0" x months THrre months Ant thre- day-, except Sun-lay. ens J'''' "' Sun lay. with Maeazlnp ''' P-rtal mall Edit I en. Sun.lay '-- Stir-ley Macarlne ' BY OARIIIKHS. ST. IJPVIS AND SCTMW JVr week, !.il'v cidy '""' rr w-ek. dally an i Surl tt cent- TWlili i:i:iv ISSm. ruMIre(i Monday and Thursday ona year...l W Tier-It hv hank draft. ntM. mor.-y or!r. or irtistcied Idler. Address Till: RKPrM.lr. St 1-iul-.. Me tnJtl1 fommonicitlnri cannot 1 returnol wlTan clrturnntK-nrr. r-itcre.-; at the rt oTire at St. I.eu1-i. Mo. a-. M-ftn(Jtw matter ihmistic iv"sta;e ri:rt corr. VtcSt, ten and twelv-...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 30 March 1900

THE "RErrBLIC: FRIDAY, MAKfTT 30, 1000. Ik If fk FT )s "" wan 1 X mrr. -" ? I p) r ' . . . TO THE HAN 4OOK yourself squardy in the face and see SlSp 'f yU arC n0t haIf ashamcd b without sjs Ivory Soap in your house. Worse than this, I 11 your wife is without it. It is bad ennnsr for a man, though a man often doesn't care how his comfort is mis-spelled. But a woman misses all these little helps to housekeeping. And Ivory Soap is one; its great potency makes it actually cheaper man yellow soap tor general work. It floats. You den't hae to rorsult a calendar to find out w' ether spnr.s is here. Come down 0 Barr:. r, i vou'U ce t!-.it It is and with aflcrisus wealth of sprirr; Roods that nouM bewilder any but a ft miplne mind. OFPOSETHE APPROPRIATION. 1'radstrcet and Dim Ajienoies 1'ighting Philadelphia Museum. Wahin;to.i, ilarch C?. The r-en.ite fom niltee on Commerce to-day save a hearing to rerro.-entatives of the Kradstreet aid Dun commercal agencies, who appeared in opposition to t...

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. — 30 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. MARCF 30. 1900. 10 H i if i! t t i i STEAMSHIPS. JAPAN-CHIHA pun ippjvk ISWVP5- via WlN'iUU' I'aolSc Mall S P Co. Occidental o Orlei al s t. Co an! Oriental S. S Cv. from Sa- rvir-.j Cu .. April 7: Doric. Apr)! 17 N i-pon Mm Xp-il - For rates, trrlcfct r- p.i..i:e ni,' t I. ' Townley. art.. 431 Olive. or J E .Vor. as: . SPa Olive SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Tr-ee Line for r-e C t. Ear?. Aultluni Luxe. Five Ce-. Kitrv AIDKK??CR PjsJU b 7Mxi lady to sd drrs envelopes r ottur Trrrk t ! b.e at heme. Addrc. O IteaJli.ij, -a Paiw a.e COMFANTON-lMucMed. expert, n. e-i i um; roman deMr petition aa Ja.. s r n in.n c rure; ill .eae the cttv. C 1C 2lpul i'r COOK Situation war-d b ti--: .l C r nan Kirl as cook !n prt a- famd. .-" M---p.-in st. HOUSEWORK i J. red t'r! was fer central houseWTrr.. Us Illinois ave. ' it n L t .-t I,j:i. III. "HOUSEKEEPER fjenran ld.,w oman wants plaoc as uo-kln? h-uis k. -;er '.'l r write Mrs. LuliaaT-Lnn. Ia3. N. Twentv-nftli m (near). HOUSEKEE...

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. — 30 March 1900

Ill TITE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, MARCH 30. 1900. WANTED TO EXCHANGE. iicai izvtati: to i:riiAMii:. FOR EicchAnRr 1.'3 . - tir i. i intl-. nuih of M. Iamiv tr.i t un 'I I rtj. li, SL&X L-ock Uji -,1. Mvit-.' IV DANCING. PROF DellOXrn" cutrav -it ! i 'i ! th srahz una tv.-o-s;.p l - J .n --.- it 1 .- Academy 3S37 Uiue s;., .1 oi-n. .laium.-taw-t. I IIOF MIONCV jruarar-te. to l-n-h .t.s: ih wallx nnd rwe-iteu r .- S. -.n ri'-'c t---. -atrademy 3S37 nine Ft . tinaM, ta, d-aiH.-i,; tflsbt. PERSONAL NEEDS. 01. u clothi-vc; :uni;nr. t IUGII.C3T .ah tries- : iJ f. - I : Jmea c?t tr c l -it n . end post&l J. Miur. t- n j.i.u unl rn- .11 -w UYEI.Gt CLUAM.fS AM) KUl'AIRZM; I-AUIE?. vou can ha jou- t! 5 hat of uny kind olanen cr i Kr r -.. p. ,i ia pff. frilii. Sira-w Wo-V- i I. a- .i.f. YOUIl ii?ths ca ii1 1.1 . n.1 tp- r-.I at rewsonab.t icrJ. m-'T .. v ar"- 1imjc loch D 3CS. IM..:SMAKi;.. SrRING tn'.-.-.iraV imls. $ n ST Tailor Vetera urci ?aiKftr. t. tu .. J ta : find fintth Aa1ir I,. ,1....

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. — 30 March 1900

1 ." TTTR TEPTTBLIG: FRIDAY. MAttCTT 30. 1000. r. UPWARD TREAD 8F WHEAT RECEIVES A CHECK CORN STRONG wheat STAttTF.n off noi.ni.T Ain gai.vhd ix piiirn, niT it wkak- km-:d oi-f a tivrLn latch. STILL SHOWED A SMALL GAIN. SEVTIMHNT FAVORED lU'YIMS OP cons An tiiu MAiiivirr vs STROni:n. cmimv: iiikiiek. OATS ALSO SOME BETTER. OfjVe Hrpiibllr, Thtirvd.iy. March IT?. UV. tVhilo tho (IoaIIr.ps on Vhanj-e toalay w-rre not so larce or ctcltlnr; as on jester day, the pit shou'roT occasional dull periods, the actual business transacted mi tery fair niid of a character to encourage th- bull feeling that has prevailed for "vera! days past. At the same time the ton? of. the different markets, all things considered, carls In the day was almost as stronc as at any time since the upward movement of prices set In. The hlclier prices naturally led to some selling to realire protlts, which was al'v Influenced to some considerable extent by a 1-iek of bullih advice, stieh as were had yesterday. Tl:eii ...

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. — 30 March 1900

i&i: 'j' THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, 1MARCTC 30. 1000. 13 FINANCIAL FINANCIAL FINANCIAL STEAMBOATS. I Si H FRA1SIS, BROa L2.0 Olivo Stroot, -new tork stock njcn.utr.K, ,.. J XKW VOIIIC COTTO.1 EJCHASUi:. AlEMBt.KZ CHICAGO .VrOCIt EXCHANGE. V. CUICACO JJOAJtD OK TKADE. DIRECT PRTVATE HRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL MARKETS LOCAL ST00KS AHO BOND! Tr-i r-nwwr-c- f ReJ' Main 2712. TELEPHONES: K-n,och AH56 Removal W.H.Markham 6c Sons General Offices to Ninth Floor Century Cuiidlns. .Marine Department, C li. CampficIJ, Msr., 115 N. Third Street. TXPrXOaXT TZrCTTS'g Oo. OH?1 S3?. XiOTJIS. latereit raid on Daily nnlaner- Mll.Jrct to Check, niul on Time Deposit. 31JLfct33CrCXl.S CEO. X MADTLL. rrcriCret. VTH. TAUSSIG Pr-sld-nt St. IVtn'a nrtflc" Cn. ROBERTS BROOKINGS. V -P Simuf! CurTl-a Wooden Ware On E. B. GRAHAM. Frceljetlt C-ahan ra- r Co. TT H. LEE President rlerrhftr.t.-Lacltd. Na- ttosai Bank M.T. BUCK. Capitalist. GEORGE 9. jmi'i, Car"a.'.'t. wu, E. HUGHES, Prrs. Continental Land anl Cattl Co. I...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 30 March 1900

IT 1 1-i THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, 2,LI?rTT 30. 1000. N e Mr. nrl & !t : - m is- tL TO-DAY'S PRIMARIES TO BE HARD FOUGHT Dilier Contest Expeeted between the Ziegenhein and Anti-Administration Forces. FEELING HIGH IN SOME WARDS. In the Twenty-Second, Wheie Kil- ley Lives, 0. R. (.raves Oppos.es the Cit.v Ilall Delegation Police Precautious. The fjght between tho Ziegenhein and anti-administration forces at tho IJcpublic-m primary election to be held to-elay proni'ces to be particularlv bitter In tea of the wards. Feeling between the partisans of the se tral factions cor.lca.tiiu; for supremut y in the coming strugfele has risen high. ui.d m a number of the wardsj where there ate several delegations, tho outlook is for cx.e-11-Ing scenes, about the polling places. This is particularly true of the Third. 1'ourth. fifth. Eighteenth. Nineteenth. Twentieth. Twerty -second and Twenty eighth wards. The leaiers of the oppoi'g factions in these wards arc using every energy to defeat and diseo...

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. — 31 March 1900

1 7&'' "Z- . THE ST. LOUIS REPUB TO-DA'S republic U Frlot Is TWO PARTS. I NINETY-SECOND YEAR. ST. LOUS. MO.. SATURDAY, MARCH 31,11)00. .-. . .-, (i I.'ul. " Vent. Kill JllMlsMr "I. Lulls, Two Cents. JUV- J o. Iruln-.TIirfi-ftnli. ROOSEVELT STILL IN THE RUNNING, TO BRING TURKEY TO HER SENSES, But' It' Is for Presidential Instead Russia's Great Military Prep: tioii1 at Seljalopiil Thus Kxplained. ra- of Vice Presidential domination. rv; ,-j PART I I J 8 PAGES. I jLilw. y HE IS NOW AN OPPORTUNIST. Many Leading Republicans No Longer Support McKinley and the New Yorker Is the Available Man. TS ReruMfc Vvtr an. lti Times UulUlr.r. New York. March CO. Although tlie re- notnlaation of President McKinley by tho Republican National Con cation, to be held stranger things have happened than that he should eventually receive he Republican nomination. Sir. Roosevelt, to be sure, pledged him self at the recent banquet of tho Ohio So ciety in this city to deliver the vole of the Empire State to...

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. — 31 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. :HD"RCTf 31. IDOO.f , TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. Piseocnt rates wore 4 to 7 per cent for call and time loans Cleartnces HCiS.OTb. Isilanex-s, STslSeC. New oric exihang. 1" premium bid. loc premium asked; Inuis--li!e. Zc pr ;nlua bid. Ts pr mliPn aked. i "hit. so. IV premium HI, l1: premium asked. Cincinnati 10c 1 1 1 -c p-e-uium askd; New Orleans. c premium Mi!. 1" j Minium a-k ei. W brat lor.illy closed higher at 71c n. March. V'v b Hay. 6Tl,c Jul . 75'-:fii3c No 2 red Cora elopes! Mghe r .it S7'4e n. Mjreh. 37iiV Jin, 'e b. Julv. 3s No 5 .vhlte' Oats c'os i .it SSe n. March. iJC Mi, Sc b. JcU . r.';c No. i At Chicago wheat elrw.l higher at C."e n SInrch e-TMi-.se b M.n . 6i',iV a Jul . I W,c n S-pt. fTn --li'f-! 1-lghcr at "'. Ii. .Much ". a. ilai . .TSv I Ju' . 3T.w Jie Sept djf- r' .sest st j"C a. Mar 'i. 54S.C a. Slav. ;tv- a. J .1 The lotai markef'for s'.nla-d ricss jnrk closed higher at S15.M for nld anil Hi for new. Pnrue steam Inrl closed lower at $6 ij...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 31 March 1900

8 SENATOR PROCTOR ARGUES FOR "OUR PLAIN DUTY." THRILLING ACCOUNT OF BALER BATTLE, The Youth's Companion Map of Circulation for ICJOOi TITE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. aiXRfTT 31. 1900. J s tser . 3 f i A. 1 W V Republican Leader Places Principle Above Party on the Puerto Rican Bill. FREE TRADE ONLY !S RIGHT. Sugar and Tobacco Interests the forces Moving Tar iff Advocates. FORAKER'S FEELINGS HURT. Senator Allen's Persistence Aroused the Ohioan's Wrath. Washlrston, March 10 -Mr. Proctor, Re publican. of Vermont, to-ttay drlix-cred z forceful arKurant in support of free trade with the Island of Puerto Ilico. His speech was listen, d to attentively by Senators on both sides of the chamher and at Its con clusion he na- eons miniated even by fomt Senators w ho di 1 rot afrree w ilh bini. Ho a- lollowd by Mr. Pettus of Ala bama, who devoted the tirst pa:! of his re marks to th.- constitutional phases of the subject. Then. e:.nie un-xis-etesdly. came the fan as h- sbarpe " d hi wit at the expense t...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 31 March 1900

VS" --v TITE REITBLIC: SATI'RDAV. MaATtfTf 31. 1000. -I 3:" ..- ). I' h i- MYRTLE VAN WON AT ENTICING ODDS, Talent Had Oath Sel.-cti-d to Win, hut I lie Maiv I Seat Ilim in a Hard Hiive. THREE FAVORITES SCORED. Clinton Paik Mrting Will End To- Dny HookmaUers Havo IWvu Hard Hit, as the Nap Have 1ihii OonM5lnt. KEPL BL.IC SPHCTAT. I-ittle liVci:. Ark, Maivh 30 -A fa! J ut Billing races lo-day brousrht oul feu j-liirt-Jing ir.ddfRts en J no remark jbl ra,. Although tho tvinu vas stiff anJ wlnterl.. tho crowd continued largo anu enthu-!at!c at lbs perfl stent winning of favorites, thre out of live 5cnr!ni;. Tho bet tin? vras umnu 6lly britk. and munh rr.ony rhansd hand, especially on Myrtle Van, a. 10 to 1 mot, who Tva quietly tlppod to xwln the fourth event. This was tho rmt rxr.tlr.E rare. If that edjet-tive e permissible vhcre then was fo Utile to crUc. There wrro sIi starter", with GaMi tho favorite, who nas doomed t I content with the place. Van Zants ctvstmit xnaro did the surj'ri...

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. — 31 March 1900

TTTE TCEPmLTC: SATT'KDAT. .VATR 31. 1000. 1$.$$ FRUIT SHIPPERS FILE COMPLAINT. RIOTOUS SCENES AT THE POLLS. PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND rs Best Half-Tones Ever in a St. Louis Newspaper. . I Scientists Find That Shaking Hands Is a Dangerous Habit, j w j 1A TKrtiriLOOISTS In the FJa-t have for some tin. ItC. l o -. u .'.- ll 1 1 lb' . of thr !..tl.. t .e, .blt, . ...i. t t .. v In. - t CiliToi tiiaiiM Pf-nv tin Kailioatlri Oilv llitll (Jiiii": W;is Virfoi-ioiis in All lint tin Nint'li'i'iitli tiihI Tivntii'tJi Wsinls. I' tint ei-f jkti - with them, .ml It . larc 11 that danrr-r lurks !n the nun I .'it "ll.ey ,1 t--e a i. trihic wartilm; aR..ir-t th pta-- yj ".-. .mi i :i i, i.s- : i ikim; - ! '?-- u i;ilit to PisK-sanl Wislu-s in Koiitin:,'. iir. r.iid should be sUpp. J. iiwrars my NEW QUESTION THUS RAISED. ASSAULTS WERE NUMEROUS. v.f:.ifu.l.aAJat.JJ-A.j.'J.iw mi, ,i i ; V fx f I XL J s V s 1 i v 1 I Mr W TJ1K Hastcr bon-iet is soinethinr; of Inte-est to ever-ib-idi i"ut "ViTjl-oly dw - n...

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. — 31 March 1900

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