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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 3 April 1900

5V.S7CJ THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, SffiRITJ S. 1900. 13 FINANCIAL TV. H. JJKeZ, Prestdcnt. I). IU FRANCIS. Vice Prc?l.icnt. A. 1 SlIArlaEIGH. 2d Vies Prcsiflcat. GEO. B. HOFFMAX. Cnshtfir. II. T. STURGEON. Ass't Cashier. i. A. PHILXJPS, 2d Ass't Cashier. The Merchants-Laclede National Bank OS ST. LOOTS. CAPITAL, Bnrpltiii nS I nnaivldod Profits. ( $1,400,000 $275,000 Letters of Credit Issued Payable in All Parts of the World. Removal W.H.Markham & Sons INSURANCE General Offices to Ninth Floor Century Building. Marine Department, C II. Campficld, Algr., 115 N. Third Street. CELLA COMMISSION COMPANY. OINCOIU'OKATm. CAPITAL, f5O,O00. OO, PAID UP.) L. A. CellM, Preit C A. Tllles. Vice PrcsL S. W. Atltr, Scc'y amtTntu Cotton, Grain, Provisions and Stocks. "We execute orders promptly In 13 bales Cotton. 1.000-bu. lots Grain. 50 bbls. Fork, M 10 shaics Stocks and upwards, for cash or on margins. Commissions: Cotton. 2 points: Grain. 1-16: Provisions. ?& cents: Stocks, . Special Inducem...

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. — 3 April 1900

--, .if 14 THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, APRIL 3. 1900. GOVERNMENT CROP REPORT FOR MARCH, ANNOUNCEMENT. The World's Famous Spring Tonic and Stimulant: Season Generally Backward and Unfavorable East of the Slisaiaaippi River. i Ml aS&fli Our -sssWILL TAKE PLACE5Sj Wednesday and Thursday, April 4 and 5. We offer our sincere thanks to the many thousands of our friends and patrons who have so generously patronized and appreciated our business enterprise during the past six months of our career, and we extend an urgent and hearty invitation to you to favor us with' your presence at our spring opening. We desire to state the event will be one of enjoyment and of interest to every one who appreciates the beautiful. It is with pardonable pride we state that the beauty of our slore, enhanced by the most elaborate and artistic floral display, has never been equaled by any house in this city or surpassed by any house in the United States, while a select programme of choice music will make your vi...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

-" -'- RH TS .M-i , Hi J 1 ! THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. NINETY SECOND YEAR ST. LOUIS. MO.. WEDNESDAY. APKIL i, I'm. ROOSEVELT ON McKINLET. . "A. Dreadful Disappointment" "I Wish to God We Were Out of the Philippines," Said the Governor. JiErunuc special. JVpuispoil, hid.. April :i.-Al Hi.. Tcaclior.s' ronvfiilion, which met lure, PivsMi-ij. l'tni,. Slsirr .lonhm of I.Haml Stanford Univor mIy wis iho slnr aitiadiou. A.!t fhc hvtmc lie was (lie H-nlt-r of u rroup-of listeners, whh whom li i.ni.Mri i-iirii'iil i.olilics freely. Ho very iiii'li opposed ihe I'ilipino Avar and declared that lie would vote for Jlry-ui now, althoui:h he did not in i;. lie was asked: Ms it r.n.in's or -MeKinley's view that is jiainins anions the people!' "After all this talk, do x on ask what 1 think?" he replied. "Let me quote ion Koovelt on lhat. He said to me last week: '.Ionian. I wW, to tfod that we were out of the Philippines ! l,a,l them off our hands,' and many KVpuhlieans arc thinking the same. F am fr...

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. — 4 April 1900

THE iREPUBLIO: .WEDtfESDftY, 'APRIL 4, 1000. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. Discount rates nc 4' to 7 per rent for call and time ln.in Clearance-. J5.Tl.r.sl : IxilHni'cs. SVCe-ll. Now "Sulk ei-h.iiu;e. liH discount lii'l. 1'V pioniiuni .is-keel: Louisville'. n.ir hid. 10c ptcmiutn nykej. Chlc.u;o, I" rib-count bid. IPe premium asked; c'lnrin n.iti. p.ir bid. !'- picinium asked. Xi- " lean, par bid. 10c premium .iskes.1 Tlio local market for tv licit closed hirrher at T2'sc n. April; Tl',r li lb) , 0T:V Julx . THc Xn. 2 red. Torn closed hlslier nl 37-nc " April; svv.c a. 3l.iv. 3J5c a. Jul: .-.V.i.MV No. 2 white. O.Us lci--d at "'' n Apiil, -.. h. May; 'Mr- h .lul: SUfJ'sC No. - The IoimI m.iiket for sundaiel mess pork Closed tit m Jit JI2.r-1 fot old and at SI" for new Prime steam l.ud dosed tlnn lit i-ils.c. choice at ' The loo; ctc.id. !'c it tii.nkot for -pot cotton e-lose-il local ani srr.ruisAN The st! ike .situation i:i Hist St. l.nais re mains nnchaiiRed. The members of the new Uep...

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. — 4 April 1900

tiie rkpubltc: wedsthsjtay. 'Aruir; a. moo. 3 fc 15, V r. : ,J - 1 : ELECTION RESULTS THROUGH ILLINOIS. ik-pnhlicnns Mndu Some Gains Chicago, but Lot in Other Feet inns. m LIGHT VOTE OVER THE STATE, Sii Many Canities QiifsU(n of I.n- cal Juiwst Obliterated l'.iily Lines and Nobbed tin Re turns of SiijnilicaiKe. Yostrr dav 's votliir throcchout Illinois with the exception of tin Aldrrmmli- contest-, in ciiiciKO, tniinlj .loniinit. d In iocal issues In the cities i"ctions ot pub lic expedicnc occupied the attention o th voters, .inl in maivv Instances p.irtv lints were obliterated. In the Chicago Citv Council the UepuV llcans Increased their intloritv. r. tiirnini nineteen Aldermen to the Democrats' Mx-te- n. in Spilt pflelil the ltcpuhlii-.-iis iinoe T elc.in -.vm.1i and reported (fains in aSinr-uacn t ouutv. Dcmoci.tts von iwJ-ln' victories in V.inclilU md r.oette Count, ami mule i-uli-t.mti.il c.iins in Wa-dfnnl and Marion counties In the niinuu districts of Ma coupin and ChrNtiin ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

, a. " THE EEl'UBLIC: WEDNESDAY. 'APRIL 4. 1900. BOERS' QUICK RECOVERY SURPRISES THE BRITISH. Strong Forces on Two Sides of Bloemfon tein and Heavy Fighting Imminent. Artillery Battle in Progress at Bushman's Kop Commandant Blake, an American, and His Irish Brigade Helped Capture Broadwood's Cannon. 1JV MILTON v. PNvni:n. SPKC1AL, J?Y CAIM.i:. London "iVrdnesdiv. April -Copv right. li, by the N'ow York Herald mip.tnv ) Tlio news from the seat of war Is not at all favorable to the ISrltish. No further light Is throvn upon tin responsibility for the Koorn Spruit disaster. 11 now appears tluit onli l nation- anil some wagons were caught In the drift by the Poors. Q li.ittorj, which was behind, galloped off 1 CuO vards and opened lire. Tho l.ocr rille blast, however, llnally drove this battery into retreat, leaving two of lis puns behind, owing to the slaughter of men and horses. In Jho meantime, tho Sorgcnnt Major of V BnUcrv, after re peated attempt, rescued one gun 0,lt of s,,c- Up t...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

THE KEPTJBI.IO:'SVED?rESDXT. 'APRIL '4. 1000. 1 S V L V , v XJ "WETS" WIN AT KIRKWOOD'S POLLS. rioirres.shv City Party Capture: All lnit Four Ollices St. Louis Count v Kctttrns. RESULTS IN EAST SIDE TOWNS. Citizens' 1'arty Scores a Decisive Victory in lC.isl St. Lmiis Inilison County Contests Aro Tame. The Progressive City party of Kirkwood. more familiarly known as the "wets." car ried yesterday's election by a safe majority. It elected a Mayor. Felice Judge- and sK out of tho eight Aldermen. Tlu Citizens' 1'arty, or tho Mrjs." h,id to bo content with tlitlr Marshal, Collector and two Aldermen. As expected, the vote -was cry heavy. Throughout the day evciieniont was at :l high pitcli. hut there were no election SK-lits .'"i.l the numerous lVputy Maishals that had been sirara In were not called upon. When the linal result became known the Progressive enthusiasts shouted ihemsolves hoarse, and thch exultant cries could he heard late into the night. The figures on the election are as ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: -WEDNESDAY, APRIL '4, 1900. WE CURE aaJi y etc ' They will never cure jou You need tsi tit medical uuetillou. c treat thousands of case where tho nnlicaiy pliTslrinn trritsone. OUR ELECTR0CHEA1IC METHOD !;)! ! " . the advantages tohdderivi'd from tin" burcical opcr.it Ioi (cuttinc out tho veins), baninaoot the many di-adv,.nU;es. it compins to the old time, dangerous surgical operation as in" electric light doe-. to tho ciadltj Omlrour treatment the stagnant blood Is forced from thu dilated veins :.ll soreness and p.iln disipiears. the volni resume their normal she and .1 healthy clt dilation of pure b'ood tu the org ins is established, j on ntu strengthened la every srav-- Mentally riivMcallvand eviialij THROW AWAY YOUR SUSPENSORY &$J. dure another summer of torture. Investigate our reputation for honesty and skill as iarduilv as yoj would the title in the purchase- of real estate Ween le'cr you to reliable business men whom "o have cured. We have ourselves tried ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

nr' THE KEPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, "APRIL 4, 3900. A ST k 'IN I A SLAVEJODRINK Dr. Ozias Paquin Issues an Emancipation Edict Which Gives Freedom to Those Who Are Held Slaves to the Drink Habit. MAYOR ZIEGENHIEN'S ANNUAL MESSAGE. Thousands of Supposed Hopeless Cases Cured, Makes the Immune Method the Only Positive Cure Known lo Science. Every .American citizen look- lu-k with Mianic to thit ;) rind of our nation's his tory when hutidtesjs of thousand, of hu man bel!tf3 wire held i:i bonda-jo is idav.s. Bverv true-born Amitlr.in iitirn si nt thinks to the God of 'r ith.n when the mancipation cl.it w - i '. I nlu h thrust aside ll.js chain ol 1 ..l.t.-e ail tavo those nttf-rev- &W.- rx. . t. 'iw ,(ril?kra " .v i' i. S7. 5- iVS $?$ wr j iyif,? via Hr-" DR. PAQUIN. wretched Iiuman hemps thr'r frr-rdo-ii StranRO lo say. in th. the mot e.villz-.l nco known to man. there are million:- upon millions who nio held tight in the uondicu of slavery. Th-- are slaves to the- drink habit, hut tuo day ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

8 THE REPUBLIC:. WEDNESDAY, ftPRIL 4. 1900. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Iuivl Hverj Piv In the Tear. rnni.i'iinK crMimr: knm-p co. Charles W Kiurn Present ana Hen. MET. George I. Allen lo- President. vv 11 Corr -icretars OTlce Ootv: s-eventh anil ullve Ftreet. dtnrriii.ic itii.pin'o i terms or srnsrnirTioN- tAJLT AMI MM'M S-E E.N Ji5'trnS A w i:ek 11 v Mall It ilvame Postage Prepaid. One 1 ear ? Hl month " ' Three inont'i- ; ""' Ar.v thn-e rtavs e-vrept Minim, one var - i Jsunilav with Minllne -J? :"l. clal mall IMItlos. i-imfi-iv ;' :unln Micwtne . ....' m-M:uiui: st ijoi-ihano sTiit hi- Jrre iaiU onlv c m' Jc- vioek ditlv anl "-iindav Jlcnts twice a week ln: JaalisheJ Mornliv and. Tnursulav one jra' 51 00 Rem!" In bink .draft, express rioney order, or r pit-lered It nor ..,. . St. l.mtl 5lo. CTReJectel co-rmmlnitlonE carnot 1-e returned n dcr an clrviitnrtonn rrtrred it th rKct ollco at Ft. Louis Mn "" tironrl-cla's matter Hlcltt ten and twelve pit" Hxteen elrl teen an1 tv.iuv iac.r . ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

9 UGLY SNARL TAKES PLAGE IN SENATE. DIED WHEN ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLEMENT. AUCTIONEERS. THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL 4. 1900. TH. W V 1V A y Vk -.. I tf. VI I THE BEST THEY KNOW. OU remember the old lady who rode for the first time on a railway train. There was a frightful collision, but when the rescuers reached her she was quite calm. She said she supposed aamtMaamam they always stopped that way. The story well illus trates why so many women are satisfied to live without Ivory Soap. They have never tried it! Naturally enough, they think that annoying odors, sharp chemi cals, and wasteful greasiness are common to all soaps. CCRII-T 1 9VTHC 0CTI You don't have to consult a calendar to find out whether s-pring is here. Come down to Hnrr's and voiril . tlint It 1 and with n Kloilous wealth of -prlrc soods that would bewilder any but a ftiiilnine mind. GR0WfH"0FST7L0UIS. Gould's VM) Directory Shows tJreat Incioasc in Population. a Gould's St. Louts Directory for IP'0 will ho ready for d...

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. — 4 April 1900

10 m THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, KVRTL . 1000. ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. i-ersoks holding cjincKt. rot: the 1 r!12;., .!t-ci7.T.ni.rinn xxsueks ox. TO APVmTTFraKNJH THE WEEK . K XD- HY ice er- within three hays, ask i or. ad nsi:i) litttees. 70 it: .. : ii . i ; m . l i' i:.i .. li ! i..i... a . A J23 A 1X1.... 137 A US A in it r. u 27 I 10"..... c is i-v. 15 1.11.. 1 It 1"- 1 u 141 . . 1 K . 4 S 147... w 141 1V.... ISS ".!. 1S1 ia. C . 1 T ir.... . 2 T " ... 1 T l"-t- L i lis. ... IM... IT i; wm... i. w 111... 1 W lit .. 3 w I.".. 1' W in. i v i:-.. . IN ?3 . 1 X ."... 1 x n. - 2, X 12v... ii x i -.:-.. 2 X lit . 1 Y II'"'-- in- :. i: F i;' 1 1 c. i."".. i'ii i... .... liii iw.. 1 II !--. an ir.. .. - .1 M . .... 2 .1 !.. 1 .1 12-' . 2 .1 1.3.. l.J 13- 4 .1 IT- ..... l'.l 1 -. .. .1 J H 1 .1 1. .... 2 i K 1""' 1 K Kl.. 1 K 151- 3 1C 111.. IK i'2 .... 3 K HI- l! 1C H-. 1' 1. l 1 I. " i'i. ir.. 1 1. 133.. 2 l. i?.. l i. i'i- l i. li"- l l. i:. 1 M !1 . 1 M V7. i m in- 1 M II''--. i o 2...

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. — 4 April 1900

H THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL '4, 1900. 11 tt A 'S V HOUSEHOLD NEEDS. CAItl'UT ci. i:m.nu. AMERICAN Steam Cnijxt lira'itiK nnd Ren ovating Co. Nln tcntli and I'm- a tirst- Ijm ork at rcamnablu un . s. 1W1 and JIij1'hi Phone. CARPETS tiihro up clu"d. nude over an.l laid; iicst work: lou.i-t pric s Empire Mt'jin Carpet Cleaning Comranj , -1-3 Lucas. Main 1121. jvlnlcK-h Q ibi. HNTEHPRISC Smm Carit c.oinli g C.,m Ivat 5 Spis-le 1 attention to jltirltiK. litt.iu, and i.. hiving. Oornr of j:a-ti n arid Pi-ndl'ton .iti. l'liom- Kintoch U SVS. HT. LOUIS Stcari tiitpei J'e nine nnd Reno vating O) dots Mvt-r'.i . jk it i.mc t piicts. tiotti phones. 4:C. E.iaou uu . .or. Ktujr s ! u!i aj. . , THREE tents per v,i- I Juia mrrt ib.iuir..-, ) best and lircc-l. I-mif W 'ik-., 1SI2 St. Cliirl.-. .'.L1, MLVUIl A.MJ JWCIvUL PLATI..G. "DOWNING" rinHs a-;d T.piirs si!v -uir.. low prices, i.ish for old Kold. m r:iud platinum ?0N. Seventh et. GOLD and silver pilling In ill I'a'vh. ; iah Tor rid cold ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

12 THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, "AVSUl 4, 1900. GRAIN QUIETER BUT UNDERTONE WAS STRONG AND HIGHER. riii:m: w. a M-vnriTY or m 1.1. m:s i viii:t m tiii: him: A!) 1,I 111 I.I.IMI. CLOSED AT AN ADVANCE. cmiv ni'i:i:n i.oj:it. hit mio i5ii'iiovi:n. mi 'in- i.o-imj vA-vr a -ni:r .i "" OATS WERE NOMINALLY LOWER Otl.ee Krpiifolic. Tnr-sdav AiiU "- ''"'', The local srain markus to-dae titrecast upon tlulr own tcxsouteos. ottinf: '" the fa'"1 tluit tliP Clucapi Hl-irkit a- closed n nrcoiint ff the rlcviimi Iming; 1" M "' ih.t. This served to liutidleap eprrati..,..s litre.". uir markets lH'lns tersely tlepi'iideiit upon tlio .ictinns of lint crain cflili". " tradets .nine Kern-rally nt st when tin tn.irkot the tv h.irix'ii" to bo oIs-d. Tli" un dertone and .si-rtiment. however vioio ton Mirrintr for tills fact to have jnurh vveiiilit to-day. thoiijrh it chi-ktil pit ope-iatinns- to mine 3ktont ami e.msed a i-li-thl lft-dintn in prices ilKht at the opi-nlnp. but which later was succeeded ! sttomr...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

j'"'.ug5i- THE REPUBLIC: IWEDNESDXX 'APRIL 4. 1900. 18 ?.j-nt- n r ft V K FINANCIAL FRANCIS, BRO. & CO., 410 Ollvo Stroot, MEMBER i DIRECT PRIVATE FIRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL MARKETS. LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS. Tr: cnH(lvT, f Bell. Main 2712. TELEPHONES: lKin!och AH56 Mississippi Valley Trust Co. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - $6,500,000.00. 2 PAID ON CURRENT DEPOSITS. Directors : J . R'rar T" Aflnrw. Williamson I! icm, , David M. iruih Ai-CURt Oehuer oee II -.o.dari, S 1 lloffniaTi, ro. kmri-'j-e J -nei. San) M 3rnard Vm r Xolker Mm Orthwoln. M I linrlr. iTiixl. Harrison T Drum-rond. Aur;uto H KwlnE. David It, Francis. WE ARE nm DEALING United Railways Co. 35-year 4 Gold Bonds, United Railways Go. 5 Cumulative Preferred Stock, St. Louis Transit Co. Stock, Bennett Wasserman & Co., BOND AND STOCK BROKERS, Q 12 UOHTEC FOtrRTH ST. FINANCIAL M. KOTANY, 409 OLIVE STREET, Stock and Bond Broker. Local Securities a Specialty. Ann V. Potter. S. H. lClrkhmn. rolter & Kiifcham, BANKERS & BROKER...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 April 1900

Ta-r -are jissri 14 THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, APRIL -I, 1000. THE KIND YOU 4 In Use For' Over Thirty Years, CBRT'U'mE '--T'Vnv""TT:f-'v"tf".''.rii it- Vegetable Preparation for As similating tiicFoodandlletJula ting theS tamachs andBowcls oc V Vegetable Prcparationfor As -similating itcFoodatulHctf ula ling tlic SlDBflchs andBowcls of f KiSCSrtRHHWitr.- ivrx ("3 ft I HI V U J iSTJTMTiTTSl K'gtfSWi.'n-lB;Wrm,ffn.M urriFTctfiiniifvrir7Ti II I g I ' ' 1- " ' ' ''" - i - ,.j.-. -.T.-1-.r. i r, i I "..' .. s , L ;' ItomotesTHcstioaCbceTful ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium.MorpWne nor Mineral Not Narcotic. JsmpJii SmJ- Aixfcnm IKwimSctd -1mKt Jagmr MiraniM7iw5 Ape ft f Ilcmcdy forConstipa tioa. Jour Stomach,Diarrhoca. Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish acss and Loss of Sleep. TncSunile Signature of "NTEW YORK. WANTS AN INVESTIGATION. House Resolution Relative to Horsu 1'lesh as Food. WMFliiiiKtnn, April .". Itcprcrntatlvc Gil bert of Kentucky to-day introiuccd a rcso liitlnn icciline: "Tint ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 April 1900

THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. NINETY SECOND YEAR ST. LOUIS, MO.. THURSDAY. APRIL 5, 1900. nnrriTi f,n ' Loaf a. One Cent. I lilU K , Outside SI. Lonb, Tw Cent. lOn Trnlim, Three Cent. PLAIN TALK TO THE MAYOR. K KANSAS CITY WILL BE READY. Arrangements Begun to Rebuild the Convention Hall Burned Yesterday. n 1 tZ3Z' -r ft rHHU v " . r uss-v j (m r -y v- Of iLitrIm trip I I j V m ? i vi s National Committee Notified That the City Will Fulfill Its Contract Church, Public School and Flats Were Also Destrojed. Kansas Cltj. Mo. April A Convention 11 ill, K.irnus Citv's pride, whoieln the I m--cr.ttl Vationnl Convention wis to lnc In en held on July 4. was 1 iiil In ruin- in lc-s thin thirt minutes this afternoon from liro that Marled from an unknown souice nt 1 o'clock. Tln fire burned with such fun- Hint it nan evident almost from the st..rt lh.it the Btructuie was doomed, and the firemen soon turned thoir attention to savin,: sur rounding propel ty A "tiff breeze was blow ing, nnd beforo the. ...

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

szksssr $ THE -REPUBLIC- THUKSDAY. &PRIL 5, 1900. 3. h TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. KUPINKSS Discount tates ivcie V to T Pr tnt for Call anil time loin- CI. iraim s, 5 ..j.. i.. iMlaiir.".. $-.71,377 Now link t chania 1"' I discount MJ. lrt( pjimiuin .i-kul. l.nulsi ile 31V discount linl. pat .if-Ui'i. I'hirago. 10 discount bill. 1(V pitinium asked: iin.in- ( ji ni. We ilivrmun bill -p ir asU.nl. .i " leans. IP discount bid. par as-ktd The wlio.it nnikrt loci II V closed higher nt TJ'-e nonilnil .pill. 71 asked Mav. (KUc askd .lull, r.'.o No. 2 ted. "in ilo-iM liighcr at .i4c nomin il Api il rVMio -'"-Ite'l 31av, 40-bC a-died .lull. r.t4r,i4iU,- No 2 white: o.its i-lo-rd .it IViO asked Aptll. i'c Mi. 2C Jul.v. 1'jV N" - U hliago lint closed higher .it -7c nominal Apiil t'L.i-k. il Mil. ifMiV J"lN f'VV lu-mm il fc pt . coin Iit.l hlchei :it 4rt',c nominal -pill V ask-d M". 42e Jul. --';0 bid Stpt . oats clo-cil at S4? noniinil April rv-c .Mav, 2oc Jul. The loi'il niiikit foi standard ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: .THURSDAY, 'APRIL' 5, 1900. 8. , K h i I i, v V X u How's tbe Zlme. riace your order for a Spring CZuit --v MADE TO ORDER, $15 $50 STYLISH TROUSERS, $4 to $12 Latest and Most Fashionable For eign and Domestic Fabrics. Fit, Style, Trimmings and Work- anship Guaranteed. ffirnbetm.. XLbc Pallor, fl.TOl.Cor.JBroaCwavj ant Pine STATE TREASURY REPORT. Quarterly and Monthly Statements Filed With the Governor. riil'UBUC SrECZAK. Jefferson Citv, April 4 State Treasurer TMtts to-day tiled with Governor Stephens his monthly report of the transaction of the Stato Treasury for the month of March. It shows the following: Balance on hand February 2. Jl 12,-0.'! GT: receipts for March. J2U.31S C7: disbur.so ments for March. J133.402 IS; balance :i hand April 1. $1,520,019.74. The State Treasurer also filed his Quar terly report. It shows the follow ing- Balance en hand Januarv 1. jr.77.(7 S3: re ceipts for the quarter. 3I.9ts.240 IM. disburse menta for the ouarter. Si 0l".22s3".: ti.i...

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. — 5 April 1900

TH13 REPUBLIC: THUBSDAY. APKIL 5. WOO. would probably catch In GO game3, would receive JllCW per game. CC3TIIAI. II.V.Mlt.l.L 1.KAC.VK. am DR. SANDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT I 3-v 6ENNENGS TALENT PICKED WINNERS, Small Fields Holpod tlio Form Plovers to (lot t hi l!i'sl of tin Hnnkics. FIRST WHIP GALLOPED HOME. TtimhiuHvc l!cai Vii'liwiVkiiui by :i Tlcatl in a Diivini; Finish Sir Fitzhuh l)ixiiioin(i'il His JladuT.s. i;- rr.AXCis tki:vi:i.yax. WnshlriRtnii, April -I. If thoic ivas any Jf.ature in to-d.-iy'b taiin-; liejon-i a I'iotv inc cold nnJ dam-) wind that m:id tlie race course about as uniilrnssint a pljcc as could ' I'O Imagined,, it was the success that e.inie lu Jimmy "McLau-thltn's Imi.-i--. Three from ids s-talilc won. First Whip anci Diminutive, owned by hi'.ns-if. and that itcrlins: little seltlln--, Cli.ircntus who is trained by him. Clawj-on, who in Jlo kaughlln's ton-in-law. lode Pitniiiulivo and Clmrcntus. Tho weather could s-carecly liavo been moro utipropitious lor lacing....

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