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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, rAPRIL 6. 1900. II k k FINANCIAL. FRANCIS, BRO. & CO., 410 Ollvo Street, Ht.HDEH DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL MARKETS LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS, --. ..--.,,-,, f Be". Main 2712. TELEPHONES: Kinloch A145o. . I Mississippi Valley Trust Co, CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - 56,503,000.00. 2 PAID ON CURRENT DEPOSITS. Directors : xi.cust G liner. , ,eo H God.isrii. s I Hofrmui. I:rc,klt.l1dse .lon.-s. s-am Jl Kel nurd. Win ' Xolker m 1 inlrwrln. Elm't-T? A.lxms. Williamson Raeon. David V c-ruth f baric flark Harrison 1 Pi-urn-iiond. August" If Kw ti g, David K. l'lancl WHITAKER & HODCMAN, BOND AND STOCK BROKERS, 300 N. FOURTH ST. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. Monthl circular containing list of local securities mailed on application. TTia-IOJr T3FLTTST Interest raid n Ilnily flalniics -ilJeet to Chech, ntul on Time Dfpo.tl'. SIRKCTOHS CEO. . JIAPILL. President. WJI. TAPSsIG. President Pt. Irol Pridce Co. kodeht s nnofiKixcss. v.-r. Samuel cnppi.s Wpnden Wa-" " V. B. GRAHA...

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. — 6 April 1900

Saftgjqi. 12 THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. APRIL 6. 1900. WRITE WARNINGS ON THE WALLS. "HtlMPIIRBV CORMIR,' HUMi'iiiinv rnnvim." nilMPIIKKV COHXEIt.' BRANDT'S FREE EASTER NOVELTIES. EASTER NOVELTIES FREE. SPECIAL SALE two Bt Eouis Housekeepers Dis cover a Freemasonry Among Domestics. "? !3$W2r5T3BBSaSaai OF- II NEW LIGHT ON OLD PROBLEM. Girls Who Leave Places Suddenly Leave Messages for Their Suc cessors Itehiud Pictures in Their Rooms. Two St. Louis housekeeper who 've bctn wrcstlinjr with tlio servanl-cltl auc tion have mado ji discovery which throws new light upon that much-moot ol pioblem and discloses evidence of a kind of free masonry among the cenll of the Kitchen This is how it cimn about: A ladj who lives in Dlckoit Ftrint has Ind a dozen different domestics In as mai.v months Some, stayed two months. irost of them only thirty dajs, mid in several Intanres a week was tho limit. The mistress tried every plan she could dcvNo to make the jilaco plcasaJit for her hnndmililens and paid ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 April 1900

w. ijvwvMAAMAWt THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. TO-DAY'S IlEI'L'BUC Is Printed in THREE PARTS. . VWWVWAAAVWAW ST. LOUIS. MO.. SATURDAY. APRIL 7, WOO. NINETY SECOND YEAR. --,-?-) -j-i"n f '" "' l,M",. t" Cent. 1 lXlUJii i ''' " l.i. Two 'Vnl Toil n... Throe (ciils. SAYS BECKHAM IS LEGAL GOVERNOR. STURGEON HEEDS THE GRAND JURY. PART I. I 14 PAGES. 1 7 j V K y I i ' X t x ' I Kentueky Court of Appeals Dc- eides Against Taylor's Chi int. REPUBLICAN JUDGES CONCUR. Of the Three Only One Dissents Confessions Point to a flay County Feudist as Goe bel's Assassin. nKprm.tr hpi:iat.. Frankfoit. Ky., April 6. By a volo of six to otic, two of tho Republican members concurring with the Democratic member.-;, tho Court nf Appeals this afternoon de cided that J. C. W. Beckham is the local Governor of Kentucky. Judge Durello Hied a dissenting opinion. The Republican Judges concurring are Rurnam and Guffy. tho former ranking villi Judge 'White iii the ablest man on th bench. The opinion of the Court was writt...

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. — 7 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, 'APRIL 7, 1900. . TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. ni. . ...., ..,-. ji ta " ner cent for i rail .in.l time loins Olo.irn.co-. J..!.,. .. balances, JT:,3.'m;. New- "ioik clians" , - eliscount bid. IV- discount asked. UjilKvllIe. 10c discount bl.l. pir ask.il. Chicago. 1'"" W.l. lie premium asked. Cincinnati. W le mlum Mil, jur askcl. Now Oilcans. lc dis count bid, pir asked. Tho local wln.it market elocd lev crnt 7is,c nominal April. 7e-V"V bl.l M . .-i rtGTV .Inly. ":o to T.V No 2 "into "oin lo-c.l lower .it o nomln il April. "-.' ,a-:.'"-lMc bid Julv. 40c asked No. - white O.its closed at "."':c iiomin.il April. -'eC Jlay, 11'vo bid Jul "Go No 2. At Chicago wlaat elosed lower at V nominal Ainil. t.fi-V""'- i-k. .1 M v . vls i"ked .tt:l. lisV Suit. Corn .-los-d loner :u V noniin.ll Apiil. PV .i-knl Maj. tic asked Jul. ii- Sept tut . lostil al 2c liitmln.il April. 21"c .Maj. yt-'tilU'N.c '"' The local market for htandflid mo-s pork eln-ed steadv .it Jl" for old and it...

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. — 7 April 1900

I THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. 'APRIL 7. 1900. .'11' I ! ft w li . i mi Jf V HOUSE PASSED HAWAIIAN BILL. iDcsigned io Provide a Territorial Form of Government in the Island. SPIRITED DEBATE PROVOKED. Williams of Mississippi Defends Southern People IV Annond's Uesnlution Adoj)ted Chin ese Exclusion Proviso. Washington, April fi. The House to-day resumed 'the cniisi'lerntion of tin- bill to provide ;i tcrtitorl.il form of Government lor Hawaii. An amendment offered by Mr. Ncwlands of Nevada was agreed to, dlnvting the Sur vryor General to report to ihe Department rT Labcr annually the number f holders of lai:d of less than 10.1 acre?. The section giving the Legislature of 11a T.ili power to impeach the Judges of the several eouris was stricken out.' "Mr. 1H1I of Connecticut offered an amend ment, giving Hawaii a re.-Ident commlssicn- r In Washington Instead of a delegate In Ccngret-s. Opposed Sintehoou. Mr. Hill opposed anything that squinted nt the possible formation of a future State out...

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. — 7 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. APRIL 7, 1900. CAUGHT Carry ttie Most Complete Line ot DR. SCHREINER, Specialist, 816 CHESTNUT ST., RT. LOUIS, MO., I rtill treating with skill anil eucr all prHnt" Chronic. Senmn TtVwd ntiil Ocnlto-I'rlrnry l"lci"i cf both iron ami ito?i ili or end for fre MHIca! 1'amiililct to cnuhlo ou to p-operly state sour cave. fliargis low. iiervoua ueijiiiiy, i,, r ,i,iii. .rmi..n-... ntid ill the evil effects oiusrd in- Youthful rolllrn. or ovtrss-cs lr. lalrr rar treated with urrmrnllcled uecc. ami pennanentlv cuiesl Dlrtrtrl Dnicnn n" tm.e rrlnnrs. t-pcnnJiry ami TitiIit. DIUUU rUiaUII, jln lollonirc jnwrnn railing Ualr. .-or Thrmt. Swollen llind. i;r"l'tnn- 1-ustule an i I Ion , r the -t.ln. Ithiu ...... i. n rnt .....i filler evliien v" of I.liHM Dl5 !" t'tlti'il fur Hf.. I'nnatu-'-il llhClinri.eF. C.onorrhoev ,-" ,?,tl!'r,t u.? J'llei: rituli. i ices i czema-ni '"" -JV' nnd fund Consultation tree. C ill or write MARY WALTHER AND SON WENT TO GRAVE TOGETHER. niKi ...

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

THE EEPUBLIC: SATURDAY. 'APEIIi 7. 1900. K if Id k K u ' IS J V I V CHURCH NEWS AND The St. Louis Sunday School Superintend ents' Union will hold It nct quarterly meeting at tho Ccntr.il lTes-lytcrlan Church, corner of Garrison and Lucn avenues, next Monday evening, and the feature of the oc casion will bo an address on "The Tvvtii tlcth Century Pemnnds l'pon the Sunday School," by V. F. Jambs of Chicago. Mr. Jacobs la chairman of. tho International Ex ecutive Committee: alto member of the In ternational Lesson Committee, and was .-ij. . ., - . ..i. c liv plnv.il Cntl- V"esincnioi uie nuria.-iiuiiu..' tulon when It met in St. Louis In KU Tff remainder of the programme Is as fol lows: Organ voluntary. Miss Mabel Ross; Scripture lesson, the Reverend Doctor W. B. Palmore; invocation, the Reverend Doc tor T. C. Carleton; t-olo. "Husatinah." Miss Martha Kellcrsman: ndln-s of welcome, tho Reverend A. 1 Carr; s-olo. "The Unseen Kingdom." L. C. Cox; duet. "Hark, Hark My Soul." Central Presi...

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

TTTE "REPUBLIC: SATUTtPAY, 'APTCIL 7. 1000. 6 WE CUBE i A j jtim&m& i. '1 net will never Hclrfj, tboisirdscriases when the ordinary phi slciau treats one ... .-. . -.-,-. .-. .iipMir ht rvr't-irxr'. Oriroitfcnt isa positive luiu OLihf l-Ll-C 1 WUtni:iTiiu mn tin- siir-i-t opent on u tig ou: e x h-m but 111,, old Imp' ia...'.i.'is su-.n omr.' on -as in"it:ni'llt the stai"nnt blool Is Inw i iroui mi- iii.ii "a,s"f'. "'"' ' '-';: V"' veins resume men normal si ami u .i '"""" i"".--'' ou arestreii.:t:.cucd isum wav Mtutally. Phystealli and t-cxu ill,. THROW AWAY YOUR SUSPENSORY irTV. I'aie inotho-summer of lurtur.' Inv. stlgatcoiir reputation forhoiiesi-and skill ns larefudyas vou wowd th- tlm tl.- jm-rluise of re i. .'slate V. ec-n refer vou to reli ible hus-utss men whom I" have cured o h ix.. our-i-m s t e all the different methods or touting in- disease and know f-otu ai tualt-xix-r-eiico that we an assiiie ion the o.u"u'.itst.sali'l and most re'liablccure obtainable. STRICT...

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

THE REPUBLIC: SA.TUKDXT. 'APRIL' 7. 1900. ,tl f ,; ,; IMPORTANT! Sample Package of Eupep- sia Tablets by flail Free ofCli argc. FOR DIGESTIVE DISORDERS. Immediate Relief ami Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia, Indigestion and All Troubles Arising From Disordered Conditions of the Stomach and Di gestive Organs Abso lutely Certain. The- mantif i -tiirrrs of Kupep--la Tablets. Uie guaranty d n'to lor all forms of tndi Kosiion and dvpepsia. Hue elooliled to for ward bv mail hoi of all "! : any loader t.r The Republic who will nd their .id dte'ss, a .snnipb package of Hupepsia Tab lets which will iu.t.iin two da.vs' tieat meiit. and is sent free for :he pen pose of demonstrating to nil sufferers from dv s peptic tloubhs that Hupepsra Tablets ilo nil that i olaliin J lor them, and thai thoy produce prompt n-lief in m of nervous ilyMpopsia. eauiith of the- stomach, heart burn, ncidilv oi tho stomach ami all other im-nularitiis of the 'is'lvi' oigans. Wluio il 1- ilexireil to nun base a full- M7....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, 'APRIL 7, MOO. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC ?....,' r"er Ta in I'm Year. iiTBWnniis. Gi:ouni: ksmt co. CIhi'Im W. Kuapp President and en. Msir. Gourftc I.. -Mini A lot- President. VV. 1! ir. tserrtlari. Olkr. Corn- r . it-nth ati.l Olive Ftreeti.. TRIIMS or srUTIHPTlON: r.;ti.v am) m'.ndo-kx jsurrs A EEIC. Hi Mill-In Cdiun..- I'oMaM Trcpali. One Year. )(, ti months j -, Tlitvr months , '. An three dm. evet Minlji. uiie v--r w Sutn!a. with M-icarlne . -..rclnl mall Kdltlon. Miinia j It S-unlay Mni-iiritie ..,".,.,. "" hy cariui:i's. st. uii;i." ani m.hi.iu- IVr week, ilillv onlv - ,, , P. - u.rk. I'nlli mil Mindm . - "'' Tviri:-A-i:i:K i-i'E PUli-lieJ Mondui mid Ttuiaa one Mar .Ji i Remit In ha-ik drift. o-'re--. no''" i'm "' r (,1'Iirc J litlii , , st i.)ii J"1 C,ReJecte3co-imit.Hl;'at1onsriindt lie leturn.J rrderani cIrunist.tiH's Rntered nt the ivt ollee at PL, I-o'i'f :-. i iiirnlliL;i inniur omi:tic iiv--rr. i'i"i- '"'' KIslit. ten nnd 'well., pates - l"u' Mvte...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 April 1900

THE REPUKLIO WATT' HAY, Al'UfL'f. i'WOO. 0 V f V A I Dtiffy's Pate Malt VSESSr XmSS "o alise! (Ml. The World's Famous Medicinal Whiskey (IltIIIliilliiiorimli- mult hanncQual. l"rc.-s;riNdani"ieiidoicdbv lending lot lors for ncarlv hall a ceiiturv n tin nnlv pine, invi-onithic stimulant and tonic, All !riiivtt and Rrocers, $1 M it Kittle, hce tli.it the trade mark is ou the little. Hook sent f re e. DCITV MALT WHIMCIIY CO.. Kochesler. IN.Y. ou don't have to consult :i calendar to find out whether spilnir ,s ''orr rvno down Harr's mil vou'II see that it Is and with Rlorlous wealth of sprlns roods tli.it would l,ewllder anv but a feminine mind. MINNESOTA LAND SUIT. Ti;m.orit in Fcdi-r.il Point of Ai pi;ils Cnntnins '2.UW Imes. Tl'f trntivrrlpt of tlif romt.1 in tlm ra-c "f tlio Gormaiiia Iron Conijum or lu!iith Xllnn., oi.--us William Craic ft nl .. Mod In tlio Vnltod ttatf Clrouit Couit of Ap poalt -vo.stordaj. The --iilt bi oriRinalb 'rotiRht in tlio rnlto.i Matos i'ircuit Couit Jor ...

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. — 7 April 1900

10 THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, 'APRIL 7. 1900. STEAMSHIPS. unit! pim! rmurpiNB islands- vi JArAn-tnlnA Honolulu. Pacific Man S Co. Occldentil & Orlen'al S S. Co. anl Oriental S S Co Prom Pin Ft tnclsco Don. sprll 17. Nippon Mam. Apiil S. Kin de Janeiro. Max- S 5-or ratr-. frolsh; or pasanpe, 1 to 1.. R. Townsiry. .iRt., 4C1 Ollxe, or J 1. .Vicar, act. ?ra oil e. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Thtee Lines for rive Cent". Each Additional Line. Fixe x"ents Extra, COOK Situation wanted l'v fine cook Is n.-i tidx. jounc woman. Kllt-cdgc tnwrmn :iS Morcan OFFICE WOKK -A sltuitten In dental office In vounE ladx- '.laxinc. experience icl'rficcs Ktx--n "Address II IIS) l.tfaxette oif HELP WANTED-MALE. Each Three Lines for Five Cent". Acllitlon.il Lire. I'lic Cents Extra. rOLLECTOE WVNTEP limn-Uatclx. traxtl ini; a.litrtlsinir . lbs tor. SI -xirklx tun) ex penses. .ii tnh Ik.ii.1 leriuliod Ioiib . lica-je mem Kusstil Co. .Mcl'li.rsii llot.l. i!ast St. COMPOSITORS W anti:ii Job "Toposlton." we xtan...

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. — 7 April 1900

FT1IE REPUBLIC: SXTUEDXT, hSLYRTL 7, .1000. 11 1. , rf J V. 9 REMOVALS. liRUSII Manufacturer 1 S. broh innniitat tuicrH lpnmi 1 "Q are htad.i-iaitoiH loi iiir-hi "tillti .c. Son, 3111 l'lno n. THEATRICAL LAUGI'ST to-tutne an" tin- e-ti.t lihment It "the West (.-rt.iso paints pmii ett., i onfetti. --"rp"!!! for lulls und r..t fairs, l'upg-r's. "1 Walnut ft TYPEWRITERS -. run svi.t'. "V rHlVKITri: lit minimi mltli IT tnli r or J allia-.iph in 11' t-tle-si M'liU n "v 1j7. llopub 1 lt. LEGAL NOTICES. i:ST --T. I'll is At i! ( 1- -'tlcMr "Mf ila M t) in p : -u in, m panic ni,r .ijiit rn tn n wrli n i i im ui ' uti Iran t nn -1 i J wi-li 1 J UW nut lh lHjHniHihif t i .in lit l- t inn nlia-l. V t -tMnon REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. inriiui:n cm l-iimMMt v. AT 327'. liariitt ' i K I n 1 t ..-K LOOK OVER Thk Jt of re 10 net Fulierfon Westminster Place. Ono of t r i ttlt" 1 U' n 1 i .a. c fr a!(. I'all ,m1 ctt tjirj tl .it.ni t i 4063 Washington Boulsvard. liuutlful iu Jtn 11 i ni I.-..! Jt". l.'t s...

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. — 7 April 1900

12 THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, KPEED 7. 1000. WEAK AND BEARISH WERE ALL GRAINS. LACK OF l.UYIXG r.IJOUGIlT DECLINE IN CEREALS. Sows-. Yns Not AHopether Vnhi-vor-ibl.-. luii It Did Not Ap pear to le EflVfttvo. nmrn Tl'-pulille. rxiilny. April i". l- The hull", -alio have luii tliinp pretty i-iuch their own w.ij tii to vestonlay anil to-day. vcro not In It '.Ill's nionilnjr. ami mother decline In values went on recoi.l. There were t-evcr.il Imll factors, l'ut. no a mle. the conditions. Ki.vrrlnf: the --ituiUi.n were r.itlicr inure .-iR.iln-.t linn for th-. who were favorably ili.'-poe.l to hislu r prices In swins. and the lovverinir tendency inaugurated -jM-riJ.-y m.ide further pro le.sp to-day. Tlie ri'sit:ince. to this te n dency was not near t-o jtro.it. as on that day. rnr the reason tli.it the l-iivim; mi--mt had been withdrawn, and the beats found hut Flicht opposition 1 tlieir ! feilts to brine: silxmt a lower level in values, and the tesnlt was that the 1 1-w found all grains -li....

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. — 7 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. APRIL 7. MOO. 13 K N k Y K Y FINANCIAL tV. H. L.EE. President. 1 II. FRANCIS. Vice President. A. L. SHAl'LEIGH. M Vice Prcsidcnt. r,KO. E. HOFFMAN. Cashier. It. T. STURGEON. Ass't Cashier. D. A. PHILLIPS, Id Ass't Cashier. The Merchants-Laclede National Bank OI ST. IjOUXS. CAPITAL, Surplus and Undivided rrofits, t SI. 400,000 $275,000 Letters of Credit Issued Payable in All Parts of the World. Mississippi Valley Trust Co. CAPITAL AM) SURPLUS - $6,500,000.00. 2 PAID ON CURRENT DEPOSITS. i:in-r 11. Aiisms. Williamson Usccn. Pavid w ".rutli. Charles Clark. Harrison 1 Prummcnd. Auguste IS. Fixing. David 11. Francis Diroctora : August Gchncr. ;ci 11 Goddard, S K Ho'dman. llm klr.rldge Jcnej. S-ini M Kernard. Win. 1" Nolker. W.-n. P. Orthxxcln. Tl)i.'n.isO"IIoUly. M. 11 i1t Picno. "has H Tllincr. .1 " Van ltlarcom Jul io s Walsh. RoP.a Wl!s Eugene 1. Williams. FINANCIAL. N. W. Harris & Go. BANKERS BONDS Govcrnm't. Municipal Railroad, Gas and Electric Companies ...

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. — 7 April 1900

14 THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. ArRIL 7. 1900. MIOE BAKING POWDER OO CHICAQO. HIS BUSY DAY INTERRUPTED. General Wheeler's Experience .With a Crate of Chickens. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Washington. April 6 To-day was one of General Joseph Wheeler's busy das, but tn unexpected happening prevented him from getting much tork done. Some kindly friend Bent lilrn a large crato of spring chicken by express and these arrived .it the Arlington in good season. learning that a large express package had arrived, h ordered ttscnt to tils room and then, bib troubles began. Being a man of kindly temperament he Imagined that the poor chickens must b djlng from hunger and thlrt. Ho obtains 1 several slices of buttered bread from the dining-room and adding to these a large pitcher of water went to the relief of tlio noisy fowls. Each chicken had an entire slice of bread and a good bath during the meal, and be sides throwing water over ever thing within splashing distance the ungrateful chickens began a series of ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 April 1900

LWWWWWMWWWWWVww A I TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC Is Printed in I THREE PARTS. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC PART II. 14 PAGES. tywwwyvyviVAWWvys 9 VWVVVWA lAArVtA-VSrVVAArVa ST. LOUIS. MO.. SATURDAY, 'APRIL 7, 3000. NINETY SECOXD YEAR. 1)--) Tlr-i tin st. I.ollil. (Ml.- ('I'll. X LvjiiJ ".-t!f M. l.ouli. T ill'. J On Train-., 't'liree Coiid. I V 4 i- 4 N. - 7 ORDINANCES. Conliiim-il from l'e ' P"rt 0"'' ! Department i'. , ,, ,, ..,,,, Artlclo One. Of Assessor "d Co". Uor Article Two. Of Swimming Baths- Article Three.. Of "stt-r J5Jt -. CHAPTER TlHKTy-XINh: Of Works. Attachment "f111,"! ';"; CHAPTER lMUTY. WtiKlils ami Meas ures, Department cf. Article One. Of Inspector. ,,.,.,...,, Article. Two. Of Weights and Measures. Artlclo Throe. Of Public Mjili Article Four, or -V 'VC. .Ve r Article Five. o Luinh. r Moasuicrs. CHAI'Vkr ONE. Buildings. Department of. Articl.- One. Of Public Buildings Article Two. Of commissioner of Public Buildings. Article Throe. Of Gunpowder. Article Four, of the Inspection d ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 10(W. I . F lAI neither diall ho thorouchlv dry and pro- leeted fli'lll till' clem, nt- section one hindred. ni:.r- LASS RF1LDINGS. A tlrst-class building Miall .-mslst ! n-liillaiiiiiinblc in.it-it.ils throughout. '.Mill flom coii-trucl'd t mm If ;! bcilll. filled In b. tWHU Willi tclla --H,i. )K't't- or fitln i tua-oU' ootistiuo Unii .-'.l m.i be u-nl '"' undei and up pi r floor-, window and !'""" frames, sush- . i.i..i.-. -binding thtih. haul rails tor Mali- i..-.-ess.ir sl-ipois bi-bl.-i in '- . t. . .in.l for i-ol.itod furring blocks bc.blo.1 i ihe :ills oi plnsl.'t. Thole shall he no .Mir i.i-( between Jin- l"l "I" am tl ""' .n - tin-l i hi nil-! tin- floor ImkijiIiiik. and ni air -j.n- behind any wo.lwork. Sleepers f. r floor- shnil not In- more than two inch li four inch, .jinl Ml ii"t closer than iwolvo in lit- .m centers. ,.. ,.,, section OM-: hundred am one. WHAT RF1LDINGS SHAM. Hi: FIRST - I SS Everv buildinc hct.att.-r .ti-i-t.il .in.l o...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC- SATT'PTVAY, ftPRTT, 7. 1000. S V. . k to Enston avenue, thence west on Laston Jtvonuo in the citv limits of eighteen hun dred and seventy-six. til H4- south Jo Lin !cll avenue, the-ico cist t King's high wav, tlicitct south to Aisenal street, thence, east to Moigan Ford mail, thence south to Mora-noo. nmt. thonec east Jo Grand ave nue, thence .-nutii to River Dos Pores, llionoc. oast to Mississippi River. Then limits shall In all tasos include both sides of tlio street or avenue, and extend one half a block, or to tho alloy, beyond the above mentioned boundaries. I'm nothln; it. this section contained shall piohlblt tho erection of Brain elevators as provided In frc-tinn one hundred and one this artiolo. skctiox two hundred Axn five, iron-clad structures within FIRE LIMITS. In cis. whole in perm.i iiciiv foundation tor suh.statiti.il buildings exist urnl .1:1 iron-cl.i I building will n.t prove hazardous to th -urroutitUng prop erty, u permit tnav ho granted jor the fl...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 7 April 1900

r tuk mwunuc: Saturday, aprilt. iooo. i m th.. nl for tho water u-ed in viM public thinking r.Minlatu .1- .isceiti'iiic bv a water noser Jo be put l-i Jim! maintained Sit Ills own M -'"J pciise. nt th rate of .mo and .no-ti.itf 11- !'' one hundi.td .Untied Slates gallons I" the manner and sit tho time pits, ilbed or tli.u liny hcit- S'ufter be piovi-iilui! I tin- oidliinnce tor 1 vntel In lie li:ilsien iniiiusii -'' "" crs. t section two huxdred and xixe-frY-ONE discontinu xm: or dein1-- INU FOUNTAINS Am P t-oii i.w m.iiu 1. -lining a public dunking loimt 1111. or who 1 Jiiav heieiftei i'io. I an mh as hciein juovlilod foi. nviv li-toiiUPiie tli" same :iii'l .jcmoie 1 hi- same .it 1111 nun oH .iml -JH'IIMl ItOlll till' HIIH'I". .iml pnlili plan's "i TlH citv. on mm. K tli.- Water iitiiini HllllUT Of till' I'ltV, .Mill tl llIIIllVllll Willi 1I10 tiiUilm-uts "f tin" Water folium lollIT III K'll'lillll! lillielo. irt'.il -hall till 11. iii ajdition to .ill utliir leiitiiiein. tits now ...

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