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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 April 1900

.-rf-. ,,., THE EEPTTBLIO: MONDAY, APRIL 2. 1900. . -JxtKmvx!: s; A V V A w. V t is UP A K N 1! Si ( l ' Ms i Wf J REPUBLICAN PARTY BREACH iS WIDENING. .While 1lio Filley ami Kerens Crowds Are (.Mianvliiii' Fac tions Are Forming. , SURPRISE MAY BE SPRUNG. w Combination Kctwoen Major War ner and Filley to Defeat the National Cmntnit'eeman Not Tinpiobable. The Kcmibltcan party In Missouri a' '.hit lime pif-onts the sumo det.iea f aciivj.j that a mud-turtle dm-, on a n nn ii Not for ye-ai. In.i surh thorough elemoraliz.ulori ntrtirk it Ki.T leader in the part is tv prcting something to hit him. I5esld.s a x.itiety of factional lights throughout tin- State. the rilley-Ktuens Imbroglio s-till hongs on with a tenacity T.orthy a. bt'tter caue While Mr Kerens has, :io doubt, strengthened hi position by the liberal application of r.ovimment Jobs, thero seeans to be an effort slowly ilciviop Ing to not only throw Mr. Keens down, 'but treat nil hi political allies in tlie , ime manner. The lll...

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. — 2 April 1900

?J-J -' SJS?- THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, ftPRIE 2. 1900. 1 ! M i i lit If m I 1 ' j i : I THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Iswjoi! V. :v Vi ill the Yir. rniii.THHiats. uii'iifli: knmtx co. Charles V Knavo riM.l. nt uti'l n. Mgr. CourjTi-L .llrn Vic. I'rt-iilnt. V. 11 eurr. tnxr. ta-v. OSlcr. Co: nrr Sl-ve it1i nml 1K Street. VlUn-flU-ll' HUllAHNiJ.) TKIU1S H" !l BSCTillTlOX: i .vnr and suNn.Y-si;i:x i.ir.3 a v. v.v.k. llv Mall In Adv aucu Postage Prepaid. Ono Tear Ji' Ki raoiith " ( Thrc months '''' Any thiee dnj. tv.crt Snmay. on ar 3 s-'unday. with Magnrlnr "' ' Ki"cal mall tMltion. humljy 1 l-un5av Mgnilnn l- HI CAItKimtS. ST. LOUIS' AND fcUBUKHs;. Per tx-ck. dally only C cents Per ce5i. daily and Sunday 11 cents tvici:-.-vkkic i.-.-i:n. Iun'shr! ilonday mid TauiwlJi oao year.. ..( TSemlt liv bank draft express, taaary order, or it.;iftf:c-J letter. Address Tlin lU:PlTMe St. 1uK 51". ETTtcJecKvl co-nmunlr.-iIcri5 cannot ha returned urder any circuinftmu'.'S TntrrJ at :r rt e"ce at St. Lend, llo...

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. — 2 April 1900

r 'B'WJC'WSr jr ' - THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, rAPRIU 2. 1900. DYING OF HUNGER IN PUERTO R1G0. VOTE TUESDAY ON PUERTO RIGAN BILL. J-Wiiis. AUCTIONEERS. fi. A. SELKIRK ft CO., AUCTION and STORAGE n(rulir aln every Saturday at warehouse 1S09-10-12 Chnutrau ave. Sales In residence ipecUlty. Mala office. 304 -N'. Sixth at. Pboa Mln KiJ3 M. Only Starvation lias Come to the Islanders With the Stars and Stripes. Friends of tho Measure Count ou a Good Majority, but This la Uncertain. AMUSEMENTS. TARIFF KILLING HUNDREDS. QUAY CASE COMES NEXT. Overwork and Worry bring on Nervous Prostration, Sleeplessness, and an endless train of Painful Disorders, Df Mies Neiwkeo NwMy-. ft:-;- . H. f GUMPTION. NE docs not have gumption till one has been properly cheated." Persons of gumption are using Ivory Soap, women who have trusted themselves too near the precipice of false economy and who can now appreciate the true econo my in a soap made of pure vegetable oils and other high-class ingredients, but made in ...

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. — 2 April 1900

. l - THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, 'APRIL 2, 3000. I I II 5 J. it4' ii... L- ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. persons holding t Hi vi.s for Tin: r 01. Ill ND : ltv ice er- liwixi: I Ni AI.l.l.l' on av-i:iis .AiA'HitTic-EAirvi i' it mi: eek e ing april:. i.... x.-. .-M.I.IVG -AT Till. hit Tin: ;ii; ItHPFltLH hit MirmN turpi: days. ASK. 1 Oil AU1 tt-'EP lettes1 r iv. . r rs... r :4. .. g 11.. ; us... i 1:1... 11 .... 11 ir. .. 11 1t... II IF... II 14' .. .1 IS" .. I l'C . J ir .. J !rj... J 33k., J 1 .. .1 i. I K 111. K 1"! . K 111 . L l.i. I. I"' 1. 1 1. :.. M 17.. M iro .... 1 4 .... 1 1 .... 1 ..... 1 1 .... 1 O IV) O 113 O l."i ... 1 " ... . 1: .'. . nil 11 ii. S Pi' S 147 T S t ir.". T K4 V HI -- W 14. .. AA' 147 .... W 14... . N si .... X Vi .... iic .... vi .... V IT. 7. Ill . 11" .... . VJ7 .... 7. 132 7. 1"' - ia . ... . ... 1 1 ... . s 4 1 .'.'.'."i 1 1 1 3 i 3 STEAMSHIPS. iiniii nmu Philippine islands- via JArAN-lnlnA Honolulu pacific Man s S Co Occidental S. tlrien'ul S !-.. Co and n-l...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 April 1900

..W4 4 t-.-V"iJ .? 9 THE EEPUSLIC: MONDAY, 'APEIL 2. 1900. M J Vt T y PERSONAL. I'irtct-n Ccnti Per IJn. . noexon' anniu sniawi), sa f-..1"1"- tfenth it. boards dunns: co-nine me-nt: ladies la rouble, call or write-: oontldciitlul: terms reason able; treatment by ma I. lXJCTnS JIAltY ARTIICIt. Pppclall't-Ijdlrs' private home durlr.ir connn'iirent, tminr.I mirwi In attendance: lt cf medical nttcnUr.n: tresti ltrecularlile: cuarantf-s cu-e-c; r no charge; Infants adopted vviile or calh2?C7 Morran :t. rni:c irr-fitmerit Irr t'-lvatff troubles .lilmpW. tiischargcs. etc. either n-.. Jled. Co.. 107 :. t'tn. Lj nev LADIl.'P. Doctor Annie 2vvl.-nil peculator never falls: trial ticatment free. 'l S. ilta ' l.ir-a -Mi. ... .Ttat.r r.rier fi!s: Mir cnr-plct trcatn cat fre. Mrs. 11. Starr, all nanklln xv. V SirDWiri;. makes rpvlaltv or private .llseiscs C women, has ?1. onlv telialilo jiiotector ana ttJilator. SB S- Mntn st. rR. loth; nucic. ini: rmut"u-fii:uiunt I cxOK-acs; lailles In trouble,...

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. — 2 April 1900

r I 'i El 4 V'( -s ;i i s If! y I1-! ,& 10 SERMONS AND Doctor D:iniol Dorchester's Inaugural Sermon Doctor Luccock on the Chivalry of Service The lleverend 15. m:kworUi on 1-rolU in Serving Christ, the tvad of Life, by Doctor Cannon Doctor Rurnham on the Beatitudes City Missions. by (he lieveivnd A. J. Marshall. Doctor Daniel Dorchester. Jr.. new pastor of Lindel! Avenue M. E. Church, preached his Inaugural sermon yesterday morning. His subject was: "'Christ our Authority." Ho tnid tlmt ilio most Important piin.-li.le of our education and train ing is to leam to topped authority. In nil temporal. things we realize tlic need of authority. In spiritual matters our need is or criticism Becks to drive out of I elision supreme authority Jesus Christ, Hi, Tlrvercnd Edmund Duckworth, rector for his morning theme: "Proilt In Service." H.. said many i'ismi. invest in religion for the sake of protection, in the boil- of rewind thiough pi.ispeiily oil eartli ami puliation In heaven. Mr. Di...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 April 1900

.junir THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. 1APRIL 2. 1900. 11 FINANCIAL FINANCIAL FINANCIAL STEAMBOATS. I 4L r k I -p. bJrt MERCANTILE TRUST COMFY, lEi&latla. and, Locnst Sts. 2 4 03W 03VT Savings Accounts. VDaily Balances. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Open Every MONDAY MGtfT Until 8:30 O'Clock. -1DIIIECTOH.S:- X.orenro I. Ai'lrr.on, ;rorj-.e "A -irren Hrorr linen W. Hell, I'anl Dronn. Iix-tic-i . Ilntlcr. .lame Cnrapltell, I., I). Holr, i . I, ('ati-m, 11. .rl--srilIe".W, .Tr., . IE. McMillan. .iiitoii MoMillln, 1. illinm M-ifiitl, IVInr . O .-", " nllo "tr--. burn. Mississippi Vafley CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - 2 PAID ON CURRENT DEPOSITS. Diroctorn : A ITImr n Adarrs. Wllll-ane-on Hacon. Pav-id W C.irulh. c'h tries Clark llArrl-on I Dru-impro, Auguste II Esx1r. David R. Francl" Ax gust Gchnor, CI" H CTnularfl. . i: Horfmin. lire, kirrtdge -1 tins. Sam M. Kenr. ird Win F Nolker Mra I) Orthwein. WHITAKER & HODCftiAftS, BOND AND STOCK BROKERS, 300 N. FOURTH ST. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. Monthly circular cont...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 April 1900

Ff THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, 'APRIL 2. 1900. U 1 i i i i it a h i . i j. HI i 1 u (PURE WHISKEY lk-wirao,KcoTM DISTILLER I TO CONSUMER.. FOUR FULL QTS, Sin niMltsn'i Prolltl. PrcTeatt AdulurtUts.. Per sarcari wo hire dlilillcdtbabestWhli- key tn.do nd 10U It di rect ( conrcatr. Wo baro tbounsda of cuitemertl la erery Stttc sd want zscre, we mereiore cake tin following PROPOSITION: W wlllaccd 4 Jell Itirt ftnclltisfr-riiu-'sT-Yttr-t OM Dottle CoBcer Dlitlilu! Bjt hr ll.it, ciortta rn mU. (Us tit !c plain pidr- - . i ii . n. no am , ce aires w icsicnn I latento. Mt tonf M!Utici.ry mhes nalis,! .ntamltatanexatctt: wa wilt trims Jttr I It. I ijMrW.I.c.l.MrcrM li , Menaces: imjiss tiuu: mid i iow HAYNER DJS71LUN0 CO-0-267 Fifth Street, tWVUN. OIi!0. I. Vnrdan for Ant. CoL. Cal ldo. Moti- I "... ,1 .'..I. tr..v U A .!.. I , r.. Mfl- t.r... iLi.. , ..;.... .... :ot 10 ,ta. r frsljit, prepaid. X 23 Years' X EXPERIENCE IN FSE INSURANCE BUSINESS. HALL G&RH8LL. Offer th'lr service n Adjust. r ...

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. — 3 April 1900

;)yl'p...!.y.. .' jAS?-vJXZftAISJi'r "rtLft---- svr.-r'- " tjvji.. ,-e5s.v -v .- 2 . WM' -f PS? ' THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. NINETY SECOND YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO.. TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1900. TlTlTnTi fl St. Louts. One JL XVlUllj Oatniae St. Loala Un TralnM, Tbrrc Cent. I , Two Ccata. ' rre Cents. ' RESIGNATION OF DAVIS BROADWOOD LOST ALL HIS BAGGAGE. British Disaster at Bloemfontein Waterworks a Serious Setback. i IN PRESIDENT'S HANDS. Assistant Secretary of Interior Quits Office to Espouse the Boer Cause. iilllllllif 1 1 II 4tMiirill Iff wiwBmlfSStlB a!u V Declines to Support the Administration's Pro-British Policy Says That a Nobler, Braver or More God-Fearing People Than the Boers Never Lived. f The Republic 13ur"au. :th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. Washington. April 2. Webster Davis of Kansas City to-day Fcnt In Ins i cognation as Assistant Secretary of the Interior. Ho practically has been disconnected from his office since his return to Washington. Tho cause for this action Is stated by M...

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. — 3 April 1900

-.-----: .-ix; THE REPUBLIC: TUESKSY. SPRIL 3. 1900.' ii iy IS 1 'I TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. Discount 'ale.! woie -1 to T per rent for call nml time loan. Clearances. S8.M1.S': Imlmices, 5ST3.PM. X.nv York Kxchnuqe, par liiri Vt premium ashed, Tiulsvill". liar Mil. Iv p-.eniluni asked; Chicago 10c dis count bid. ItV premium ns-krd; Cincinnati. i.ir Wd. 10c premium asked; Now Orleans. I.i piemium 1)1(1. 10c ptemium n-krd. The local market for wheat closed higher m K',p nominal April. 71'kC asked Slay. ("V aked .luly. V:'73c N 2 led. Com i-loscd hisher at ST'.jc nominal -pril; Sv Mm, r.$Vic July; SRVaV N'- - "' Oats closed at c nominal April, -.ilc u-ked May. S-Ac bid July. :W-Cc No. 2. t Chicago wheat rlosed higher at C7c nominal Apill. C'.S'iic bid Slay: irP .liilv: f,S"Sfi!c Sept. Co closed biclior at r4c nominal April. V May. 'Sc nsked .lulv, Vc asked Sept. Oats oIosp.1 nt r.'4c nominal Apnl. Mlsr'-c Slay. 14 VS 'ic July. The local market for standard mess pork closed firm at W.Z-O...

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. — 3 April 1900

- stfrffrl -4-r.rf-v- -irt. -iv - vS- ,a-bG5fel4Ce. fJv " - J- " "" THE REPUBLIC: ITUESDST. KPRITJ 3. 1900. "PRESIDENT NOT BOUND BY THE CONSTITUTION." GRAND JURY TAKES UP 60EBEL CASE. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR KIDNEYS. Weak Kidneys Caused by Over work, by Lifting or a Strain. Eight Democrats, Two Republic ans, a Topnlist and a Boit.er Compose It Senator Spooner Takes Another Long Step in the Path of Im perialism. 1 t DICK COMBS IN FRANKFORT. v; c)iy That Sach Acquired Territory as the Gadsden Pur chase Can Be Ceded Back Senator Vest Scores Surrenders, and Is Tlaced in Jail Taylor Takes Precaution to Prevent Warrant Iteing Served on Him. J a Point Speeches by Bate, Depew and Cullom. mwsa Efl .: i i i x. 'ii. i ii ... i --71 j- rn iii'M Lt i r- l h faShtairton. April a Members of the 'nUe- Committee on Piarto lMco tn-dav 'idej poll of the Senate, on th Puerto B"11U bllL They estimate a majority of IUcln lor the bill, believing that It mill le evch forty-pevea votes. Thoso depend-d celve i as...

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. — 3 April 1900

CTji-tBr-cv THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, APRIL 3. 1900. n 1 1 li II DIGESTIVE DISORDERS. Eupcpsia Tablets Promptly Relieve and Permanently Core. Aji Effective Remedy '" Svou nylcpn. Indlitcullon, CntnrrU of the Stomnch, lleiirtlmrn nud Similar Trotsblrs. Eupepsla Tablets arc sola by drusgists tinder an absolute guarantee to Rlvc Imme diate relief and permanently ,reHlf,l"",c Irregularities, indigestion and djspeisla. Moncv will be returned t" instances where they fall. In catcs of ncnoua dys pepsia, catarrh of the stomach, tieariourn, ticldlty of the stomach and all other Irreg ularities of the digestive organs they pro duce prompt relief. ,,,., i The dlstuiblr.K influence of Imperfect di gestion Is the real caus? of a largo number of the serious us well as tbo common and veil-known diseases. fcrf,. Kidney trouble!,, bilious disorders, obes ty. Jaundice, dyspepsia, gall stones, colds, catarrh, cholera morbus, lumbago, rheuma tism, rout and apoplexy oflcn follow dis ordered conditions of t...

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. — 3 April 1900

- - w.'- -& jv. .. r THE BEPUBLTC: TUESDAY, rAFRIL 3, 1900. V . S. f ( C Pf THEY'L ELECT aEMOGRf 1G MAYOR. Se, ttikis Citr Daorrats Confident That RccdVill Be the Vior. V LECTION TAKB PLACE TO-DAY AtrcTOPsivp r.inipnijrn Waci-d Republican Jhninnan Love Claims I'.ron Will Win bv a C'.oc Majority. T 5orJrnp.ur' prnci i maKanas City. Mo-April -Knnas City TOc,ll elect to-morrow ft rew Mavor :m1. "Brch tho exception hnlf the members of celv upper house, a ar Council. There are wpoa; oth.r citv ofllts and two members thelh. School Hoardlso to rl-vt. Aiamei A. Reo.J. .itre'sent County Prose cutor. Is the ivmoctlc nomineo for Major and I. Sherry Rruii. an Insurance agnt. Is tho Republican mlnee. Tt o-unpaign has been more taawiuilly heated lioth parties affect great in'ldence to-night, but Ene totting what Me there la Is slightly "ftl Reed's favor. Dvincrra' Onnflilnt. This Is the Demcatio view of to-mor- roVfl city election: Thirty dajs nco was generally eon ceded that the Rrpfllcans o...

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. — 3 April 1900

i1,TreiiTZ3BfrrT3cWi.K. THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. &PRIJJ 3. 1900. I' ? Hi? i M V 1 IMP BAN THIRD IN BENNINGS FEATURE, JJoncy 3oy and Cliiuvntus Defeat ed ilioQueen of .he Turf at .Washington. BLACK MARE WAS FAVORITE. Her Defeat Was a F.icr Disappoint jnent to the Talent Cosmopoli tan Captured the Steeple chase Event. munuc spectau "Washington. Ajirll T. Imp. Hip wonderful Tiiack; mare, which last reason boat all the best handicap hnrsci, lowered her colors to n tsecond-rato fclllr.fr plater In tlio race tor tho Bennlnga Handicap to-d.iy. "Pa" Bradley's Uoncy 35oy. a 4-year-old Fon of tho famous lilitzen. was the. winner. Jmp did her best, though, carrying a oiush Ing impost, and being interfered with in tho run through the t-trctch. Her faorit Jockey. P. Clav. rode tho maro and han dled her well. Sho was outrun from tho fall of tho flag, however, and could never get better than third place at any btage of the race. Henry Bov vvaa rildrn lv Mitchell, who was accounted the best jocke...

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. — 3 April 1900

r ." THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, fftPRIE 3. 1900, , V IBMIO'S GOVERNOR ( CAUSED A STIR. DMslified That the Ranker Hill and Sullivan Hill Explosion Was the Kesult of a Conspiracy. SOURCE OF HIS INFORMATION. Said That He learned ilio Details of ilie Plot From James I. Fov- ereign Through a 31 u- tual Friend. Washington. April :.r The. chief interest In Governor Stouner.bcrg"s testimony before Use Coeur d'Alene Investigation today was 5n hla continuance of the recital, begun at the- la&t session of the committee, o dis turbed conditions prior to the upriiJng of lor April. Ho had been naked by Representative Dick why he refused to disband tho militia the Coeur d'Aleno district In 1S97, its had been requested by tho County Commission ers. Ho paid that at that time the officers of tho Western Federation of Miners were advising the crmlr.g .had on address by Printing that "every rino club," and that of thn unions and ho ono of these olllclals union should have a "in tv.o years we can Iiear ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 April 1900

- -jt Tb,v -r - "'4Hj. - 9 THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, KPRITJ 3, 1900. r If i 8 ft in i l THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC lnd K e-ry Dnv In the Te-r. PtrBTuiMiircn-", r,i:oitr:i: knait co. Charles XV. Knapp rrtMei-r.t and Gen. Mbt. Gcorse 1. Allu Vice rrcldrnt. XV u Ctrr. Secri-tnrv. Olrke, Corner Svrnth nnd Oil " Ptreetn. mnrcui.tc nriLuiNo ) THUMP OF srilTRHTlON cajlt am) spni-ax- m:kx iswes ffEHK. riy Mall In Advance rostr rwttld. TTm Tear. Fix month" TThre-r months Anx- three i!nv. except Sun lav. m- Tear Sundnv with Mnpa7ine Fpcclal mill lditta-v. Suni!x hunilui Mnri?lne . 3(0 . l.M . S M . 2.ul . J ". 1 -. HY CAKIUnitS ST. WHUM) SUHUIUtS T'er -week, .lill onlv '""" l'e-r wcfJi, d-illv and Sinidax " cents Tvvici:-.x-wi:i:ir. in:. rutiltftfl Jlnndu nnd T1iuiJhv o-io Tear $1 03 RrmU tiv bank dtift rr-e nio-iev order, or registered letter ...... a ddrcp- Ti i c nnrnti .1 o St l.-iuls Mn CnJirtel rorrmtinlntlori"' cannot It returncl tu tier an cln mast mice KntrrM at th pot ofSre at t, Loui Mo ....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 April 1900

- -32 jfT 9. THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, APRIL 3. 1900. OR, HfLLIS TENDERS HIS RESIGNATION. AUCTIONEERS. 1 A. A, SELKIRK & CO., AUCTION and STORAGE KeeuLir fat every Saturday at wire'sntw. W.p-10 ;; Chouteau .ne. Sales In residence tp'cljlty. Mam office. 301 N. Sixth it. Fboo )tntn lira M. AMUSEMENTS. 1 The Kind You Have Always . .... v iira, "111 "as Dccnmado under his pcr- Y&fix sonal supervision since its infancy. . " w uo uiuuceiTo you in iiub All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that triflo with and endanger tho health of InGmts and Children-Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Castorla is a harmless substitute fop Castor Oil, Pare prtiric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Mtbfctancc. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrihhness. It cures Diarrhcca and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation anil Flatulency. It assimilates ...

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. — 3 April 1900

'V wwwSafstf? 1k -- - J-- -" tot; republic. Tuesday. april 3, 1900. 10 'W.Ttt-'!JSf!IV,f i i ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. PERSONS HOLDING CHECKS OT TIIC TOL leOWING UNCALLED-FOR ANSWKUb to ADVERTISEMENTS FOR V.KK: '; Mv ing april 2. 1M. CAN OKT Tin: SAME F. CALLING AT Till: REPUBLIC OFFICE within three days, ask for aiuee- tised letters "I n; i f i:j 20 us J v i4. ..... is r 1:0 - o '4'' -1 a 14- 1 c. VI ' -! J is in I'll in .! J ;V 7 is ss 111 1:; ;J 11 31 - 11 12.. 1 L j-J J in:. i,ll is?. , ; ;;' J , i 2 .1 ic 1 t 1. 1 141 1 .1 - J t c.- 1 11 4 .1 iK 1 J i - . is-. 2,.i in 4 t - t . i r, ...:.... i'j H-. i t y: J r. is .1 in- : J J , i 1 .1 H". I T lO 2 ;i -. . . . l i ic 2 wm i .. ii:.:::.....i.ic r.?.: i.j;.' n isi : ic m J J"; - 11 EX 1 K 141 ......I J.;?J V i: lw i;k hi. 1--- i: n7 i'k nt i ,?' l: 114 1 K 14 1 Ji 1-' I i: :re i k hi 2 n 'J i: : 3 i. .i ;, J v n i i. lie s l-1' i r. 14". .. i i. i3i i J Jsr r r -3 i l. . i $ :;. ': i- ': i l. '54 i - 1- HI 1 I. 1". ... S 1"' J i...

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. — 3 April 1900

(- .. lU THE EEPUBLIC: TUESDAY, APRIL 3. 1900. A DIUMS-CLAIRVOYAI.TS. Fifteen Cnts Tor Line. IITUAI. test meetincs: mental questions rod: meetings Wodm sdey cicning: dovel- r circle now onen Mnt Crawford. 202A Kiln avr. MUSICAL A FJ5W EURHTI.r USED Upright Planes at Prices. Also good Souare Pianos at an; price. Jrn. both new nr.d co:-i',linnl. at rare h.ir- yum. thk estev Co.. sic on-.- st. HHAMEACH PIANOS. newton riAxos. stoijarp riAsos. Eest medium stnj lnw irl. .'. "Manes on Ilia htiarliet. Tin: ESTEY CO.. Sl.O.ivo. -t. JIEAR the .mill of a iv'M!;ni'ir Fine": to hoar itV In line It sImM nn." In- nuT-ie! G l..el:.r J'Irjiii Comnanv PourteetiCi .-md North Mrirkrt. l:lp and anu'i.il vc.iu'.i (tjal.l Tin; Jisruv co ns ci.-p MONEY TO LOAN. OX 11I2.VI. KSTATi:. REAL ESTATE LOANS n city projcrty; ;uli.k nn-Aor r.d prcaipt cloliu; nf loan. IIAYDC1. l:CAI.TY CO.. . W. Swnth it. ox i'linso.vAL ricoii::tTr. Al'PI.lCATIOXS for la.ins on hivj.pt-ol 1 "pinIx recelvp our iromijt ,jtt--'tlr i. X...

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. — 3 April 1900

lit ' 12 THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, APKIL 3. 1900. r . i1 I! ft r H it i If lit: GRAM SIT0A1M UNMSSTAKAOLY BULLISH. ALL GRAINS mm HIGHER bills i nfwi-i.KT!: roTitoi. or iii:i".-M;Tnii:M i:it. m i.i imi ami r:tni inciinit. MEWS WOT WilGLLY FAVORABLE mitv siiio.m.i.v lit i.l.cii vn r- o;u:i iiv mi.;. :: imi cii- Di i ion- ci.,i-ni:, inciir.it. OATS FIRM AND BETTER. Ofik'P Republic. Mo-idiv. April 2. 103 The v vv liior.tli of April t.irtoil In this tvorftig p t m-.m.ir to Ic.iJ to the belief tint if Intended ti make a hull rcconl In cri.r. of all kinds There Is no question that l lie actions of the different markets fiom i 1 x.'.' M ni'tiolit wore ui'tn!t lUalily strn-n: ntii bul ish. and tint procrews to vaid letter thi'T.s would be continued fur the Tireriri. Almost "-v tliitifj seemed to Livo tM belief, pi. 1 jiuiticulnrlv. th fcl lns and coni.min T'u re weie no vicltut movt- i th" jrirt i.f p-e.'s. the tno 1. til ing r-uis s'lpw'ig r :.i': ible tMdl!ii.s nil tl t.i-h t'-i -os oi. villi...

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