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

THE REPUBLIC: .THURSDAY. !APRIE 5. 1000. 5 K x. i V I I (X A V GULLGM INDORSED AMID CONFUSION. l'ninlclin County lpullicniis Howled Down the Tan ner Orators. GOVERNOR IS UNPOPULAR. Administration rarlisans Were Trailed Willi Scant "onrtesy at j:.niiiii. Where Their Oppo nents Uuled Convention. i:ni'ii;i!"sei;-.i.. Benton. 111.. April 4. Tho Franklin Coun ly Ilopublii-an Convention to-day instructed lor Yhics. h.-.pman. Kose and MeC jllmiRh. It xxas one ot those ihtve-for-.i-nickol eamp tiioeUncs. xvhuoin tho cx-ati-clNl is ulxv.ivn ruinently fair ami studiously cotisorxcs the riRht of the sinners. The chairman to day was :i patient creature, for, after the c'liventlon had t.lked itself Into incon-t-clousucsa, he actually linp'otrtl oratnis to continue. A rare mail is tin; -ame Judge Dillon, chairman of the convention i. day. Dick Yates was here, ami -o -vcre Theo dore S. Chapman of Jerseyville, Judse Hamlin of ShclbyvlUe and Judge Johns of I'alrtield. There were four hours' minrrel-...

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. — 5 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, &PRHJ 5, 1900. ' --3" THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Icued Even Taj In tbcToir runi.wiri.ns, geoiigk ks.mt . o. Cliarles VV. Knnii. President and 'Im. J,cr- Ucorr I AlUn Ice J'rcfldcnt VV. H Cjrr brcrrfirs Oflcc. Cornel 'i.vemh nnd Olive Streets. uturntui.' umi.njNG) TKKMS or vCBSCItllTION'. am) sUM)n-scM:x issues WEEK. TAiLT By Mall In Advance PoMirc Prepaid. rno Year.- .............. - ..-- -. (tim : w i : f i :. i fix month Thru month.. Anv three davF. ctept Sun lav. one vcu. f-undiiv, with Mmrnzlne Speclil mill Edition. Sundav sima-i,. Miiii-lnn - ..... . hy rAiusinii-. st. louis and suburbs rcr week, il.illv onlv 5 cents 1'er Wf-ck. elflllv .end Sunrtiv J1 c-n''1 1 WICK- -W KEIC It !- ft-hlis'icd Mondij and Thursdaj one JC1-...J1 ,v) Remit In bank inft. irr. mow orle-. er fr.CiMcrc! letter ,.. , Address the p.Errni.ir. st. i.tow mo E3"neJcl romrmiriic iti-ms cannot If returned rrJoran clr..t instance. rntrrrl at th- iwl oHce at St. Lou". Jin . as V rornt' rl...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, 'APRIL 51900. ?H f m -c ii f K V V V V for infants and Children. TIic Kind You llavo Always Bought lias borno tlio signa turo of Chip. IT. Fletcher, and lias lieen made under his jtCRional supervision for over J0 jears. Allow no one 1o deceive jou in this. Counterfeits Imitations and Jiist-a:-j?ood" arc but Experiments, and endanger tbo health, of Children Experience againt Experiment. ' The Kind Ton Have Always Bought Bears tlie You don't hive to consult a calendar to fmd out whether spring Is hero. Come down to Kan's an3 jou'll see that It Is and tilth n glorious wealth of spring goods that would bcwilde-r any IjuI a feminine rnlnd. TOLD DIFFERENT TALES. Jlipsing Girl's brother Rpfore tlie Chicago Police. Chicago, April 4 !"o nr-cs1s hive been id In connection with the dlsappcaranc. o Mcllla Kuelm. the daughter of Otto uchn, a Wells s trect baker, and Inspector eidelmior paid to-dav that until the polico wcured more viderice ot foul play no ar rests Mill bo...

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. — 5 April 1900

s THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. ftPRIIi 5, 1900. STEAMSHIPS. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. uniii puim Philippine inlands- vn IAPANCHINA HOXOLVLU. Pacific Mall S. S Co. Occid-nt'1 uiltn-ul S. f. to. ami Orientals S Co n Mil r-1ll!W IX'rr. tpVll I" Nippon Mam pril i Rt- .1" .'aiiclr-.. Mat a For rates p-o.rh' ..r passac- api'v ..'I. F Tmvn 'ex. act 4 1 " '. Of J -lcar. ast . V ;oin . SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. THee Lines fw Five Cents rh Additional Line Five OH' Extra. CfinK -llv imtoii n- conk In private family er boardlnc liou-c ". Frarkll.-i au "nuK'.ln experlcnird conk n- ccncral heuso tihIi with, lit wush.tic. waces 51S "ti-t Morcan sHect eTeeiK l'irst-tla" -!k wants poslf.'n In rnnd private tatntlv. l'-t citv r. f.-renccs, l'o eni'i.o.v ineni nfliio. :.213 Pranl.lm ace. Yiresm-UxEP-wanti-d i- drsmiir few mo-e Mural-em. nf In lamlllcs. outs and tits; al-o nliiirn p,.rty d'es . rxiiert In automatic. '.4- Datum " "hot SCG1RL-G-rman cirl. experienced lwusr n ild and waitress. l'"i tfetenoo 3ftl- 1 n...

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. — 5 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. APRIL 5, 1900. V 7 rl A !: y 1 Y k K MONEY TO LOAN. o.n rnito.N.L ntoriniTY. APPLICATIONS for Irans on household pool recelxe. our prompt attention Tfexx oik Finance. Co . 2U7-S 9 OJd Follovxii' bl.'g . t'Ui nnd Olixe Mr. LOANS negotiated on famlture arid pianos: rerv loxv ruto or InfnfU Renm 711 Holland building. HI X. Scxenth st J take elevator. TItn FidclltJ-lirokemgc Co. ?:' Olixe st makes mans on furniture at lowest passible ratty; capy iiaxancnts. no extra. cli.u,c J20 or more loaned on furniture, no publicity; terms of payment to tin: borrower. US Pine. loom 211. MIVCULLVNCOUS. 1'ONET funilshoJ ralarinl ttcnnlo rend re'all . . ... . ........ ...... niimuMi P..t v merchants 1x111101.1 n" " '" "-- - man. room SOI 111 N bet e nth Et. HOUSEHOLD HEEDS. CAwrcr cm: vmm:. AMERICAN' fctram Carret Beating and Rn oxatlng Co. Nlnctctrth iind Plm. dots tirst-cunj work at rcusinablo pries. 1!I1 and KlnUs!i rl ones A1!FET tiiken no dinned, mailo oxer anl laid- be.l x...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 April 1900

THE KEPTJBLIC THURSDAY. 'APRIL' 5. 1900. 10 6RAIR BOLLS HAD THINGS THEIR WAY MARKETS HIGHER win: it opkm:d siiinpi.v minimi AIND ADVACI2li TO IIUJII I'lllM' rou hie ui:uk, BUT DID NOT CLOSE THERE. COR.V. 0 THE OTHEII II M. M'UtT KD LOWElt, BIT I. VI Ell IIIXVME nxTREMi:i.v m i.n-n- OATS STRONGER AND BETTER. Offlco llrpulilic. Wednesday. April 4. r- Tliere aero moro features of intrre-H to the grain situation to-day than luvc 1 ten ltacs&ed on any previous day this -ace',.. Great Btrongth was di.pla.,ed b' ' tl,e markets, with wheat In the lewl cirlv. and corn later, tho latter during the last half of the session ehowlnr; Greater Kilns than lhe former, wid closlriR; at. or ncir, the top. The bulls In t?-c-uUtivo frraitis during to day's WFslon on tho local cxcluncf " passed all their rrevlou ofroits at cli-intine; values, and succeeded ti making a, creator Impression upon prices thm at any time since tho present upvv ird mow mont in this country was Inaupir-Uod 1 he .situation wa...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, &PRIE 5, 1900. 11 FINANCIAL FINANCIAL FINANCIAL STEAMBOATS. KXXVMWWMWWAWiA 4 J I TT. H. IXT:. PresldcnL D II. FRANCIS. Vice President. a! U SHAPLUGII. :a Vice Piesldeut. The Merchajiis-ILaciecie National Bank OF SI?. CAPITAL, - Etirplin nnd m Undividod Profit?, i Letters of Credit Issued Payable in A 9 The PIsseiiFl-Kansas Zinc Fields Are lb iiclict In the world No ollifr in- alustiv offers such "atlsfictorv inducements for the Invcstirmt "f cipital as zinc mln lnc. Produtid at ono-tlnid 11)'' M use. of copper or sold. Willi a ready mukit :it the door of the mill. 7i:ic require- Iris i.ipital HE INTEilATiUAL ZINC CO., ltd., f OF JOPUX, MO., Contiols rome o the llcno-t mines In the Jnidlti rinc licIU-- A commlttc of the dlrortoi who have Jatelv lnvesticrat.d the fi iiui bumf (he own. liana's properties. t!i ir ptosont output and the. "qunntili. of are In .ir1.1, leuurt a net ptollt of Jy "3.720 per annum from our thru? properties on ctirplcllon of the now ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 April 1900

12 THE EEPUBLIC- THURSDAY. KPEIE 5. 1900. ,! m- H r 1 I . JOURNAL OF The Council. REGULAR SESSION. 1899-1900. (OFFICIAL.) Citx of St l.ouis. Council Ch linher. Ap-ll .". W The rounnl met it ft o'clock ji m . .Mr. 11 evident Meier in the vhnii. Present Messrs. I'avt. G.ms noffniinn. Horton, Mejvenburg. Kb birds. Si hut 11. Tinnier. Wiggins and Mi. Pn sldeui Meier -IP Absent Messrs. (Mrtoll, Hodges ami Kratz 3 Tlioie being no objections the minutes of the meeting of Ma.ul! 27. lrl. .is limt il vxeio approwsl. The lollovvlng repoit of the Secretary was read ami tiled round! Oil imbc. St Louis A pi 11 S. I1 To tho President ol th i'.hiiuiI Sir-1 !no the limiiir to leport lli.it on the 2Mh dax of March. If"", .it 1" 4 .1 in . I presented to his Honor the Mix or for np prox.il the lolIoxvlLg :o-xit: founcil ltlll .N.i 3i n ordinnnee In re vision of the general ordin iih s of the Otv of St. Louis,. Very lespcctfuHx. niAS. it. ar.Avns. Seen t.iry. nnnoRTS or citv oKPiri:us The folloxxing ir...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, ftFRIL 5. 1900. 13 1 V V VJvJl. 1n lhe mc-encc- or the Couri- mm res-ion. alllx-ed Ins signatme. i Nflll entitled bill, viz: JV"- Ko. ST. An ordinance supPle- ordinance number nineteen v ........ .i!! i ordinance ml directing the Hoard of I ul- outs to revet the i1er luitik npcrty at the Chain of Iclc,"- luting money to pey tho co-is proved June scvenlci nth. one. ht bundled and ninety-seven. I Wiv 'cspcifnllv. I cii.r. i: GlSA ?,. Secretin!, ui Vr. vr filmvn. was road nt a. W i objection being mad.-, and all III is.s Lflnir .suspended. Mr. M.cak- ffl t" till- presence of th- HoUSO. T Mon. .ullxid Id- signature there- lance with the piuvisions 01 me.- tf iwirg mos e fiom th" Council '.Jind tiled. cminril Chamber. SI Louis. Aiuil 3, WV speaki r and Members Ilorahlo !- rvt I lol. ir.ito: rwe' ! have th.- honor to inmrm Council .ii its meeting h' td .is-etl 1 No. 1-t" An oidm.inco lo n- . nee N. 1V''C entitled "An "- i. gulato the lurther niainSi nance- lilnklng...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 April 1900

Tl't r 14 THE EEPUBLIO: THURSDAY, APEIL 5, 1900. V i V VI Free to the Ruptured. Ilr. W. S. Itlce, the Well-Known Aa- horitj s,.-nd n Trial of lit" Vu muua Method Tree to All. There are people who have been torturing themselves tor years with trusses. It is hoped thiir attention will be drawn to Dr. llld'a frco offer. .n elderly and ictlrod fmm f T)R S Dr. S TO OPERATE MINES FOR CHRISTIANITY. Good Will Temple Company "Will Devote Its Gold to Evangelistic Work. SEDALIA PASTOR IN CHARGE. Mr. Biller Is "Sow in St. Louis Pro moting the Enterprise Gift of Colorado Lands Is Received. physieinn, 13 BALL. Pall of Marion. Ala., one of the hundreds attracted to this gen excus .announcement, and. as a res.uK. ho Is now completely cured of a had rupture which was veiv hard to hold. Although 72 jcars of nee. ho had the courage and determination to try this new and novel method, and now he lives In peace, content, ment and curity. Dr. Hall loots hack to the old daji of crude methods and. In com. p...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 April 1900

GOLD MINES IN SOUTH AFRICA. And how easily they could he de- stroyed if the Boers .should dc- tcrmlne upon such a step. NEXT SUNDAY'S REPUBLIC WHEN A PRINCE COMES OF AGE, A story of Important happenings' that will' soon transpire in Ger- many because of that event. next srxnAvs repcblic THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. NINETY SECOND YEAR. ST. LOUIS, MO., FRIDAY, ArRIL C. 1000. 1x-tttt- f 1st St. I. milt. Out? Cent. Jl( JVJ OutKlili- t. I.otils. T-vo C I.O11 Trains, Three Cent. Cent. it N. - WILLING TO RUN AS AN INDEPENDENT, Dewey's Personal Motive Is a De sire to Defeat Mc Kinley. IS R "CLEVELAND DEMOCRAT;' Furposcs That Aro 'Ascribed to .Men Said 1o lie J Jack of tlnj Atlniirar.s Can didacy. ItBrUBUC SPECIAL. New York, April 5 "Satisfied from the expression of opinion throughout, the coun try this morning that his nomination by tho Democrats at Kansas City is unlikely. Admiral Dewey stands willing to run for the presidency on an Independent ticket." So runs the New York Herald's Wash ington...

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. — 6 April 1900

T?W- THE KEPUBLIC: FRIDAY, ArRIL 6. 1900. jrj."" T,fmi & I U I TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. isrsixi:)"'. Piseount iates were il? to T per cent for .'ill and lim- loins e'le names. Jt, 153 ::., lulanii-. Sr-TM-" .Ni Yoik e vrhaiiKc. lee ill- otnt Mil, !'i! .i-kesl liiuisvlllt l"c li" onant bid. I'll a-l.ed. Chicago. 10c ill-roum bill p-ir .i-k.el. Cincini.iti. l"e lr "i!i '''I ,ur' ,,.!,.,!. N, u Hi leans. 10." lt-ount l'i-1 ji ir .f-Uoi1 'Hie loenl wlif.U ni.ill.ct lo.d loner nt 71V" A.ul:TK .1 Mn.CTV ' JHlv.rt.i 4i No " n 'I Com e leced 'never nt .q h II. Apiil. 3'WV .1 Ml-: 1'V' .I""-. w'' .. 2 white. Oats elo-ed .it -i'- -Mull. '-. a Mnv.-'V -Tilth !' No 2 t Chicago wlio.it closed lovt.i .it fr'.s4o 11 jnii. d ii .. -''. " -''y V j-opi e.tn clo-.'l lovvor at '.- ti April. tOVfHlc l.i. il'..-ll 1- ,:l'',J1,'-,i'1 '' Sopt Ht- rlOMil il 21V " Apt H -' ".V.. M i-. ' -liil I ho l.i. il ni.tl.ot for .-land ml tress polU lo-. ilnn at HI tor old anJ at $1.-. to Jl-.V f.t now rrini. st,. m...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, 'APRIL' 6. 1900. 8 k I . NEW AUDITORIUM DEPENDS ON MILLS. iQarnegie Has Promised Kansas Citv to Hush Steel Orders. UWORK MAY BEGIN TO-DAY. Citizens' Committee Determined to Hold (he Democrat Oonven- lion if Tt Has io Ktect a Hall Jlx'lf. nnptr;uc srtcjAT. Kansas Cltv. Mo, April 5 -Tin- situation regarding the holding of :h I)"raicid-i.' National Convention in K.vm-as City on J i;z UiJs- Tno convention hail director ?rc inileav orlng to make contracts tu h-ive the hill rebuilt 50 that it may be use.l for tin- con vention. Thev will Know within a few davs lhetlier this Is iKiyKlbie. If it It- pos-llile it will be 3o-i-. Thev arc figuring on a per manent fireproof Mrorture. and only e-vp.-ct to have the building far enough along by i:Iy 4 for the teinpor.-u-y nw of the con ention. This means that the roof and jnurh of the Interior woik of the building ticd during the cnrventloii would be of a tempomry character. The I'xeci-.tlve Com mittee in chaise of the Arrange...

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. — 6 April 1900

-1 rr THE TIT3PUBLI0: FBIDAY. 'APRIL G, 1900. . h M !i - t If J ii CAUGHT ON d&JJSiSIlt- Carry the Most Complete Line GEORGE BENNETT'S LAUREATE SCORED. Spoedy Old Son of Volant. l!o:u Streamer in tin1 Mom- jronici'v Handicap. MEMPHIS MEETING OPENED. Joe Frev Saved lilt TjiIohI Hom ;i Complete. Shut-Out Sir (.aliim r unshed in Front J-eomr Odds. ai Memphis Tcnn.. April a The liKtniic Montgomery Handicap, at a mile and a six teenth, was won to-day by Georgo C. l.en nttfs Lautcate, In tho 00(1 time of 1 4S. Streamer, tho favorite, was second, with Hukis of JJaden in the third position. Tho ihco was worth nho-Jt SS.(v -0 tho winner. Tho twentieth annual pi Jiir- mieting ot tho new Memphis Jockey Club opened auspicious-ly to-day. Six v.ell-lllied races, in cluding tho Mnnt--omer Handicap, to gether with u beautiful spring afternoon, attracted a large crowd to Montgomeiy Park. Tho track had dried out nicely from the teeuit rains, and was in tine condi tion. 1 ho Moiilpome r Handicap w...

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. — 6 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, &PRIL 6. 1900. V V ; I m, t ' V PRESIDENT WILSON ON FREIGHT RATES. ITc Thinks There Is io Msiintsiin Tar.lV. Xo Clisinet; Fixo.J ;he power of big shippers. lie Dno; Not Kelievo tlie Ulrica po Grand Trunk Will r.o K.-or- a uizod Kailroad "otos. London, April r. -At tho mootinc: to-day or the share holdcrr of the rtrand Trunk Kailroad of Canada tbe report of the pres ident. Sir Charles Jtivcri Wilson. i-i tdr.pted. Ke said. In tho emu so of 3 Ic-nr; spoorh. that he bellcv-d the. rcorcanlzailnn or the Chica(-o-Gr.md Trunk would be carried out. thouch one-third or the llrst IkuuI holders Mill dissented. There was no indl cation. the president added, of letter ' freight rates, such powerful i-il-rest. as itosc or the Ponnsj Ivni Ja nHioads and 'lie Ikndcrbilts beinc unable to maintain the riff nor could the Krot financial inter Ms of New York enforce Iivsi late. This was dlRlcult to explain, hut It kumril to him that the Kioat liipt-is ere able to compel icducti...

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

- - . , 6 THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, 'APRIL fi. 1900. m Si Si n e i hi ft : h u . THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC "ud i:rn Da in tie Yrnr 1 f ri.ihiii:rh. ouour.i: kn m - ro Charles W. Ktmpp Prt'llrrt and ,'r"' J,!!r- OcorKcl. -Vlle-it M lrei-ldent W. It Cur. Men tan. Office-. Comer s nth and Olive trecl". ini:ppiii.ic liriiauNc. ti:kms op suna"itirTioN. PA'LT AMI MMUI-S.HD issn:? A WEEK. Ilv Mail-In iUbiww Vo'laRi-rnnW. 'no Tear ' ' K'x months . Jhn" month '' Anv tltr- rta. ecet sUnili one v oir.... - tJ Sundu.. nlth MmmzIiii '. Xl-obil mull Kdttlcn. suiiua j " Suii.1i. Jtigailne ."'.. .V... 11V C VltKIKlls. ST. LOUIS AS" hblAifllls. Per .eek. dnllv onl bout IV - "rek. .lail. nnd Sundae ' cer,u 1 vv ici: a vv i:i:ic 1 1: fiAll-ehcd MondM mid Tliuii-.1J one voar .1 "J Tmlt hv hank dmit tpr-s- mow order. or vst-tied Intel ,,,,,, ,r- si l.oul'C Mo. CTT.eJcM I tnimunlfatlon cannot I" return-.! Tieicran chiunid.inss rntered t the tt oTlfc at Ft. IjiuIs. Mo . ns ecr-ud-clic-s matter . 7OMnTIC lYWTVfiK...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, APRIL' G. 1900. i- V X ii if I (fj W3m ! ri"l I Mi ' 53 PJ l L I r . THROUGH VORY SOAP is a inch of your hand the whole body you little cavities to look 3Ta j&I i openings must be kept clear, or the impurities of the feodv can not oass out. Now. to cleanse the cores. you need a fine, pure soap. . -k:s-,-.es -s.f T"W cf.css.i - iruul upuiiuii) uui uui.i osaciinuc .unit yo, uigt. iiiw uos, of Ivory Soap. S0s, per cent. pure. C3.itw-T r ir rrfii You don't have to consult a calendar Jo find out whether spring I? heie. Come down lo Darr's and vou'll see tli.it It 1 and with irlorlnns -wealth cr sprltis Roods that would bewilder any but .1 feminine mind. FUNERlTtHlS' AFTERNOON. Dentil of ..Irs. -nuie .Miller. Pauiiii ter of Addison Weeks. Mrs. Annie lllllcr, tlic elatiKhier of Addi Non Weeks, who It the local lepiesentaitv.i or the International Paper Companv, died on Wednesday afternoon r.t her lather""" home. Xo 4111 Llndell avenue. Hit illnr'K wn of verv short...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FJKIDAY. APRIL 6. 1900. V i ill! I A STEAMSHIPS. unit! nuwt Philippine huxdj- ji a JAPAN CHINA HONOI.ULV Tarlllo Mall s - .-n. Occidental A i'ilen-nl S s. o and iiriontil S S Cn From San 1 nn. Ii Don.-. Anil" 17. Siwn Mani . April ?.:; .Mm 3 For ml". f" ,m or i'w. '." U Townlev. arl . -' ''. r ' '- ,-- .-Olive . ja, SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. - Th-" Lines for I'm1 Tent Each Additional 1 lne H Cent Kvtra. oOK vt.i-.tlnn want.'! In Rood coak. fall ' n1dies H l'''1 Morgan t-l LAUN'DKl".--- situation wan'-d ' "In"" laundre.-. hi the month lt .if t.lM'w kHii at 14H N Ninth M Nl H-H -Uuition I" nur J -Ik " e '" ,r keep house f'-i 113' "li Mill"' I'Licnr ctM-n 2-.1. i"iJi' nri"lCI"YAORK A situation in dentil office l vnunR ladt ll.nili? -ei1en " r-'rr-!. (.11 n Addres 11 nil l.itavlte ave HELP WANTED-FEMALE. Three Line for live Cent n.irh Additional Line. IHf Cents Fxtra COOK AAANILD-An n-itant rook " Umadwav COOK AVANTFD-An experienced tool. 2I20 2-. small .-.our AA-ANTED-1'l...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 April 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. &PRIL 6, 3900. K V 1 AGENTS' RENT LISTS. RUTLEOGE & K1LPATRIGK REALTY 717 CHESTNUT ST. FOR dwellings ;S33 Chestnut -t.. 11 rooms ... U M 3.. 0) S M 6" Ik) r. ZUS Russell ave. S room Sin Lucas ave. 10 rooms r.i02 AVisl.tn:rion ave . 10 rooms s; Ml llm.ir ac 19 rooms. dcterliod. in co-kl order .. 2 Pine us., is rooms, ever cmis cn.ei.. c Mid C ism u -.tabic n r.ai ..... - ran Lin -ui hu, S rooms 1V1S lluusr tt.. J rooms ".Ml Mi.rcau st , ! nm 1041 l'ino rt . 4 rooms SKI Chc-tjitit tt . S rixiiis I'd Leontixd ass . S i-ooins Tnl I "li jtitini ..sp V 1m nts ... . ... 5". 0) 3.. :. -x -.ft) 5) i so TO 3yfl ""1s".' .rnoll ave. 7 looms, kes .it SKI Vernon Jit . . . K s "S lon ird ave . J nwiw, .iTv UKun use -. leeni- " -" '" " rrpilr .- SM l.ifnsette asc. h r m.s . . re"2 Iiclcdi .ic, I". iwni" T-siptloit hall ZXS "hestnut t. 7 roon -. redui-Cd U' M2"ardlni! -c. S i mi r" Worsa-i St.. fi r-o'iis EJW Monan Ft., a room- 3 .07-01 o-i cuii is. s nm-ns 711 N i-ini...

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. — 6 April 1900

10 THE REPUBLIC: -FRIDAY. KPEHi 6. 1000. n ii t? ti GRAIN PRICES LOWER ALL MARKETS DECLINED. HULL FEELING LESS STKON'G IN WHEAT. Com Resisted the Declining Tend ency fur n While Oats Very Little Changed. tiflice "TCrimliil Thursday. April r.. isih The speculative srain markets of this country met with their first check this morning, and after considerable resistance on their part finally succumbed to the bear ish conditions prevallltiK and closol :it cr near the lowir.t prices of the i.t. Local grain ttaders who had made, up their minds at the opining this mornim, that a reaction was about dm- in alues adjusted their operations arcordinsly, and before the day closed found that they xvoro not so badly off in their calculation- other.- seemed to think. The actions of the different speculative mstkets were "'-.troine-ly uncertain, at times hibitius i:r..ni- takable sif-ns of strength and at others un deniable weakness. They all. however, showed sood recuperative rowers and re sistance ...

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