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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL S. 1900. 11 -t-fr I-' - . rtvl ' BITS OF CONFEDERATE HISTORY TOLD FOR THE Doctor S. H.Ford, Sole Surviving Member of the Provisional Congress, Tells of the Origin of Memorial Day, Breckinridge's Plan to Surrender the Confederacy, Beauregard's Reason for Failing to Advance on Washington and Other Incidents of the Civil War. cviutttj: fou "rnn srxnw ur.rnsuf. In leomforialilo frame house nt Woodland, a 'dotty suburb on the Waliash Itailnta.l, lives one of the only two survivors of ihn j- visional Confess of ihe Southern Confederacy. lie Is Doctor Samuel Howard Ford, for more lli.nn sixty-two yea is a oleTgy inan of the Hapiist Church, an I.L-. !.. a 1. !.. and a Ph. l. Tlio other living rneniher of that menioraltle Congress is .1. 1.. M. Curry, fornieijy of Alabama, now of Wa-diin.utoii city. lee-tor l'oid i- -. years old. For more than lifiy jiiik he has edited the 'hrisUan Itejiository. one of the l'oroninsi Itaptist periodicals of the eonniry. lie 'l.ii...

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. — 8 April 1900

A , TTIE TiEPUBIJC: SUNDAY. APlvTL 8. 1000. I I' ? ! ONE WEEK TO EASTER. A busy w ei'l; in chillies iiuk in:, but we have pi o hied tr ou. You cjin (h'ieiHl upon your Suil or Oveno.it for Ka.ster hut nine :is ently as on can. so as hi avoid the msh ;1j the lat moment. We'll sin prise ou on the beauty, ih lines. soilness- of this springs fabiics. Tlie A:rkt was neer laifier (nearly fuel lunisand siiouul. Trices are oMepfionalh liiodcrate. Our liiiirp bu iii and cash ve-Hino mean a sating of neaily mietliiid lo ion. Suits to order . $JSio40 Trousers to order . . S5to5I2 Top Coats to order 515 to 540 Our cnaran;cc,S477SJMC70 " 4&o& THE TAILOR 715-717 OLIVE STRI-l-r. I'hone Kin hi It 4 4O4. 'W tHk THE ONLY REMEDYTHA7 ; WILL COMPEL THE LIVER TO I PERFORM ITS NATURAL DUTY. THEY ALSO STRENGTHEN" , THE TIREO HEART AND NERVES 25EI5 DAD CHEMICAL CO.NEWYERK -O-G-Q-CK ivMnuTUslRHTuru kVBXECDLUn TOlWv jCrwVf InJillM z'arwc 'zzsmmnwE $ OMPOUND. IN TABLET FORM-PLEASANT TO TAKE. When tiU.ut...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 8. 1900. fcu i N. IMPERIAL LIGHT V 3 ELECTRIC i It' 1 If ;, t i t lr I , V J i i m rotMmim What chance have I trot? 1 was soJnc to k-bv that I w.i that youns Clarke I would try McCloskcy'a plan and endeavor to hat left-handed. A left-hand hitter lias at least an per cent the best of a riKht handcr. I have been around a. lot in minor leacues. and my opinion of. hall players I have met there has been valued by major leacuc managers. Whenever 1 speak well of a younK fellow they always ask How does he hit?' It is worth a good deal to him U he hits trom the llrst-base. tide of the plate." It has been said that the St. Uuls team rv not a bane .stealing club, that It in not u nest of base thieves, a den or canvas iobbr., whoso merry hnrryins drives op- f noslnc basemen and cat diets to anrih. Alas! It is true, too true The team lias one first-class base runner Heidi lek. TJur kett. McGann. Kelsttr and Donovan are fair. These fellows stole about twenty-live base...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE BEPUBLIO: SUNDAY, 'AP1HL 8, 1000. It m K ! PROFESSOR NIPHER DISCUSSES t I CARSTEN EGEBERG BORCHGREVINK'S 1 DISCOVERY OF THE SOUTH POLE. t 2 Determination of Its Exact Location Will Have an Important Part in the Solu- 2 tion of the Great fth-stei of Magnetism The Latest Expedition and Some of I Those Which Have Preceded It. ------"-----.----. -.--.- " vvkittcn- ron nn: mwdat irnrrnur Local tcii'iuist.s an- deiplj Interested in tin1 news by cable liom Wellii.gion. S( ."calami, that Herr Korclmrevlck, tic ex plorer, has ntrived m that pull, and an nounced the location of the South Magnetic l'olc. The im-agcr advice in the cable mci sage lias served to increase ruber than satisfy curlof.lt. and further details of the discovery ate n.iitiM with the keenest in terest 3I.nl the celebrated jouiig w-ploier been thoughtful enough to add llio latitude and longltudo of the io!e. the message would liac heen vastly more saii-'lactoij. mid haidlj less Jnterotlni,; for speculation and calculati...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE KfirUBLTO: Sl'XDAY. APRIL 8. 1000. I J . J w FRATERNAL ORDERS SPEND A BUSY WEEK. -tJREATEK ACTIVITY SPRIXG- ADVANCES. 'A 55 iKnigMs of the JIaccabocs Plan :iu Excursion to Waterloo, 111., Sunday, AI:iy (',. Busy E;n Teut. Knights uf tl.o Maccabee r. Is Ull doing rood work At the lai.t rrviiu the chair was taken by Sir Knight Lleutencnl Com mander Luston. Commander Hendricks btiug .de tent for the first time this rear. Two candidates were. Initiated and sit application r-vcivrtj. The Uuajr lin Social Circle hat" made arrangements lor n railroad excursion to Watetloo. Ill , on fcundur. May C This being the fin-t cun-ion tf thft l-eason, the;y expect to luxe a gis.sl crowd nf 2daocalrc.es and their filend- The assei-sincnt caotret, tlio llfkl review In each month. 1(111 ! cmtlnueil and the licit review will be the night for tho drawing, nt which time the luU.y sir knight will hate lil" ai-!-csrap:it paid. The d' etre team. under Sir Knight S. l. Kilis. Is do 1ns; some hard work, ju...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 8. 1000. i i lt&.i, ' i ' H V 4r: n ri I. 'IS m f. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC lwnrt 15verv Dar In the Tr. runuauERH. arunai: unapt co. Charles TV. Knafl", Prerldcnt and Clm. Mgr. Georre U Allen. Vice President W. B. Cnrr. Secretary. Office. Corner Seventh and Ollie Street. OlEI'CnL.lC BUILDING.) TKItMS OP SUBSCRIPTION- and scnday snvrs isns A TA1LT WEEK. By Mall In Advance Postare rrrraU. fin- Tear ! J fix months..., 3 " Three month" -M Any three rinyi". evcept hunlny. one tcHr 3.W Sunday, with Magazine Special mall Edition. SunJay '? t-undny Majrarlne 1' nv CAJininits. st. 1.01ns and Hmuim". Per week, dally only Hients Per week, dnllv and Sundav "" " TWICE-A-WKKK lUE. rU'lisaed Monday and Thuradaj one year .Jl-W llrmlt hr bank draft. xtht". nioncv order, or r-isterej letter. Address THE r.r.PCnL'f St U1 Mo C?"ReJectr3 rnrr.muntraUon cannot Iv returned Ti der any cJrct'mstanccii. Enterefl at th nost omre at SL Inl. Mo . a fcrnd-olam matter DOMESTIC I0Tf!...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

a FROM DRUNKENNESS TO SOBRIETY. WAS A WALKOVER FOB W. M. HORTON. Worth living Dr. Ozias Paquin, by His Immune Method. Cures Hun dreds of Confirmed Drunkards A Prominent Lady Blesses the Eminent Doctor for Bringing Sunshine Into Her Home. Dijcouraged in the fujht for health, weakened in body and dutreued in mind, many women arc asking themselves this question. Their struggle is in the shaded sick-room. Beret by pain and agony they wait in grim despair, until at last, broken in spirit, they askt "Is life worth living?" They have given up hope because the doctors time after time failed to bring them relief. No braver battles have ever been fought than the battles for health, which are daily waged by women, who, year in and year out, have not known a single day free from pain. Wine of Cardui has proven to hundreds of thousands of discouraged women that life IS worth living. Women arc naturally happy and it is entirely unnecessary that thousands of them should be made miserable by female...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

10 THE REPUBLIC: STJKMlY. rAPRIL 8, 1900. 3 -. H I' -.? 1 IP: FINANCIAL FRANCIS, BRO. & CO., 410 Olixr Street, JHEHDCI? DIRECT PRIVATE "WIRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL MARKETS. LOCAL STOGKS AND BONDS. .,-. rnunvrc f Bell. Main 2712. TTJaiOJT -JJ-LTTST Oo. OF ST. IiOTJIS. Interest raid on Dally Tlalnncrn Sit bjeet to ClifcU, and on Time Deposits. DIRECTORS GEO. A. MAPILL. rrerlfient. XVM. TAUSMC!. President St. Louis nrldf-e Co. ROBnKT S?. ltROOKINGS. V.-P. Samuel IMrpl-s Wooden Ware Co. Ik B. GRAHAM, President Graham Taper Co. IV. Jl. I.liH. President Mciehanit.-LiclcJe Sa- tloml Hank. M. M. BUCK. Capitalist. GCOnGC S MYLItS. Capitalist "VM. V. IIC1in:S, l'rrs. Continental Lanfl an J Cattlo Co. I. TV. MORTON. Simmons Hardware re. HUGH A. CRAWTORP. Pros Sl'so lairnacc Co. E C.STBRL1NG. Pn-. Hvdraullc Press Prick Co EflF.E i. aimii, rrtMft. i. s. vniuv Removal W.H.Markham & Sons INSURANCE General Offices to Ninth Floor Century Building. Marine Department, C H. Campfield, Mst.. 115 N. T...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 8, 15)00, fc! II & 13. 15 V ? fe i E- ; I IS r PIMPLY SKIS W-Xtm pre &P through DIAMOND ECZEMA CURE. the posit he remedy Not etican In prieu iiuv diiMp for the pure Vran drutclM, fir sent anvwlicrr in CI flfl tUc U. x, prepaid, f.ir . OliUU HENRY HEIL CHEMICAL CO., 212 Soulli I'nurth s.t.. tVT. LH I?. I.l:ilill.lie.l v!-- EXCURSIONS. Krnori: hi: ii-TTrns mmi i.--tm if ln-norr r.Tl"l.Iriiii.i' i-.- vu don't 1mc to coiiMilt a calendar to fil out whether Fprinj; is liere. Come down. ' l'nrr's itnJ vou'll M'e Ihat it l and with t. carious wealth ot prlna cood that would I bewilder any but a ftniinlnc mind. MONARCHISTS ARE ACTIVE. Attempts M.miji to Start :i 15ni7.il ian IJi'voluUoii. nio ..nncirn. 15n7.il. March li The Je.rn.il Tin Connnereio lias dls.iovite.vl three plots of ihe monnrcliM:. It ivs: "There tiavo liecn lenllv tin re attempt, rir.vt, the strike of the ear iliiur.s. which vhp. fortunately, entirely premature. No.t, on lnMcnilic-ant pll ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC- SUNDAY. ftPRIL 8, 1900. 3 ST. LOUIS INFIRMARY OF OSTEOPATHY. IN CMARQE OF DR. H. T. STILL, 407 Commercial Bldg.,S. E Cor. Olive & 6th Streets, - St. Louis. Offlco Hours: S.30 a. m. to 4 p. m. .CMONEYtoLOAN The. nichcl amount loaned on vratcties al monda. JewiMry and all article's of value I-arcc loan a FpocUlty. at low rate of lntere-st. Hul tiM nrictly confidential. Umodccsfil plcdcea for sale. S. VAN RAALTE & CO., IS and 14 V 4tta. nUo 2j:i . 7th t. i;staiu.imii:i) lVTt. QIAA.50 and upwards Kound Trip Pari ill Exposition, incl o'ic wt cVs howl "ana accommodations. MvxciirMAcll, Jeneral Agent Heaver Line. IWN. 11huUtv.it SCARS, Wart. Mole. Tattoo r.lrtV marl.. Superfluous Hatr etc.. jTrmanentl rmoed fc'KI.N, III-OCID disease a peclalt. 1'hone A ;. JAnjlKLT. SI.D ,W Chemical bid NOTARY PUBLIC. j. r. rAiusn nnpunuc building. city items. THE old-time Piano talesman al Oiaxs ford's was mi abashed al the disclosures .j..i'..i.w nun nj, .i-. iiciiik. .en-i-in i ur h...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

VVMWVNNAy? ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. R AAAAAAAAAAAAA PART III. I 12 PAGES. ! TO-DAY'S H PUBLIC: Tnt Special Mall Edition It PrlnUdla These t'jris. Tht Sunday Mxz.izine it I! r MVVAWWVNWWVa COl'VIMGHT. lWi. BY I'UHUSHCRS. QCORCR KNAPP & COMPACT. Primed la One Miff. NINETY SECOND YEAE. ST. LOUIS, MO., SUNDAY. APRIL S, WOO. i TRICE FIYE CENTS. I BOER RESOLUTION TREATED COLDLY, it!i;!.'C'CII!lllll!IIi:iUIltl'k lliUIIIIIIillUimvmk'IItlllllllililllltll m.-K-.lIIIIIII!lIIItilIII'QW'--II((lI!!!lltIUIIllI'-'q-.iitiiiitiii 11111111111111111111 llllllllllllllllllll --& llllllllllllllllllll V! lJopulilusiu Floor Le-i'lor in House Ultjodod to KxiirM)u of Syinpalliv. INTRODUCED BY DEMOCRATS. WX-teW&7- THE III! l!!,l!lll!lllllk'--k'WmlllHmimiimi!k.m.&m.ni,lm W"" .- I! . I w --iyiu-s Altitude Disclosed the Vio- Uiiiisli Policy of tlie MrlCin- ley Administration It ':is Keferml. i i-hlnpt.iii. ApnlT. In the House- tu-.Uv horn" louliue business was transacted. f Mi. 1'irli.itdsoii of Tonne-...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 8, 1900. SOCIETY I Iion on the lovior tier, and li.nl .supper alter tne penormance. Wedding Sllv era are Mermcd ca id's. Jnc- I-OL'ISAXS AT HOT SPICIM5S. Little Private Entertaining Until Alter Easter Plans for European Tours Oc cupy the Attention of Many St Louisans Opera Audiences Personal Mention. 3mry nj private cnttitaining has. ceased snd will not be revived until alter Easter. The morning lectuics and various fculng snd music classes that have i"n urcoasing Jy In Lent an- now concluding, and by the I)d of IhN week will be laid aside for an other c.'ii. There has lieen oniisliUrahlo iheatoi-going. and the oj m h.is lneu jiaclted ulghilv and at ibe matinees; hut arlde from this nothing of importance prc vails in the Social lealm?. T'jojected plans foi European .laur.ts aie lilllng the minds of many jit raotis just now, Riid not .1 few who deel-ucd their intention carllei in the s-c-iMtn to kicp awiy fiom Paris this summer have i bunged thfir JJilmV ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

A THE "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. APBTL S, 1000. 8 lib I A i WOMAN'S and woman's ills would fill a whole page of this paper if we attempted to describe them. Poor Woman! Truh slie has much to bear. The burden of living falls heaviest on her. The suffering which mother hood and wifehood, which the necessities of modern life im pose on her frail frame, are sometimes almost unbearable. The torture which society duties cause to fashionable dames is loo often the cause of dangerous, chronic diseases. To conjure away these sufferings take (Woman's Tonie) FRU t scientific preparation of harmless but curative ingredients, which is meet ing everywhere with wonderful success m relieving woman's sufferings and restoring her to health. Fruituira relieves pain caused by all female troubles, strengthens the frame, builds up the constitution, brightens the complexion. Fruitcuta makes women well. Backache, headache, -tomacliache, weakness, dizziness, sleeplessness, bearing-down pains, paleness, loss of fie....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

Tf THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL S, 1900. 11 U AT IONS AND HELP WANTED. m. m. r IV STEAMSHIPS. JAPAN CHINA PHILIPPINE ISLANDS-VIA HONOLULU. P.icitie Mall st B. Co.. Ovldriitnl & Ortcn'Hl S . Co and Orlentiil S. K Co From San Fr-neiseo J itc. April IT: Nippon S'lini. April "5. Ulu de JatK-Iin, Slav I. Tor nitre., f-i-lghl or piss.-.ire, uppl) to L. JI. Towtisley, agt.. 4a O'.'vc. or J. I". Alenr. act.. PP3 Olive SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. TIit Lines for nip Cent-. 3:.icli AtMltInu.il Line, rive Cent Extra. CsHAMHHRMAfD Situation a' chrimlernald tiy young foluii-d Ctrl. Addres Ada, Villus. W'j i Ch.ltllllllg IlVe. COMPOSITOR Young lady wishes a Mend; v. Isitlon; hjs, K-tn In cn einpl-'V for s tears ami ran clvo best if reference. Address 277 i,etrurd tree. COOK Situation wanted bv flr-l-clsss col.; pest references. ;K Ollvr st. Miss Kenned i. COOK Situation wanted by nne rook: Is ne it, Jdy. jvunt woman; i.llt-fdse n fere im-i. T'.Ji Morgan. COOIC situation as rcio'i and to do "inus...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

Vn;-fA-3 -3-r- r sr -'x.'-.-ra. r 13 1 - THE REPUBLIC- SUNDAY, 'APRIL 8. 1900. V t 'I f Et 4 , ROOM 04A FLA7S; ETC ETC I? t ;?aai!la AGENTS WANTED. ' V. J3L!.g;'g,.Eg"'?t,''''' 3o FCR RENT. i II EN ( r i WASTED-Mm of hinlns unci energy I wl! History of South Africa an 1 l.ritlsl. Hoer A.u. on man cleared In-i week '. ladv hi h'" ''" . S32 10. Mr TC'M'aee l"oh. unlv Jl ". Ms t"nn: v freight p.ilil. iniltt given, vvrt'e at ome "i 'ul Vllt Mild itiUc-tj. American Co.. 1" N. iWtirtll X I . PhlimVIpl la AVI" -anr lirst-obiss reliable .igcu.s to call jnl e-e our prupo-ltion. best In ritv: clean, ifgltl mate business t ! Mend bmldim. Mi: want a thnroiichl.v reliable paiw hi "very iiiuntv If xou want .1 nl.i. clean b-isincv tn.it will make imi a good living. addi"8 Lcfl'r .V Co . st Lulls. WK Don't Want 1'ov7tir Loiters to write but mil of ahum. f"0 to IV""1 fii- month sales-n. n tiil geneiul agints. silaij or ramnin . :" lonal Indue ments. KaeJne Fire l-ngl-ic Mtg. " O.. Itrftltll'. Win. S...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. APKDCi S, 100. l it IK li FOR RENT. FUltMSHED HOUSES AXD FLATS. ii:snLMti.E ihii-wm furnished tut, west 3 ml. May to September, Inclusive. T HI. Re jiubllc. "C.ARRlFOX. Corner Dickson Elegantly fur nished three nnd six room flat: southern -;xios-vm. lawn; Janitor; telephone; itasoaable; see )efore renting elsewhere. X1C12LY furnished lei-roam rmu?e; three acres; lanlagi-; cow; shade. LSox 63. Wibster Urov.-s. I 'AG II Ave. aivenleneos; 42CG Four-room furnished Hal; all to patties without ehlldien. RCSSI2LI. Avf 4014A Six-room, oomfortahly ti.mlshed fiat, wltli every convenience, ready for lioueckceptnc. will sll cheap an.! o:i iiy terms. i" party la leaving city; opeu for Insix-cilou. Vi IX VEUSi:x Ave.. 3S13- For lone sumnierT inrnlshcd house, f rooms, every convvntinoe; i llchlfully luoated; laigf Uvvn, trees and llitVVClS. ""WESTMINSTER l'lar. 4K4-Furnlthr.l houe: 1" desirable tenant lor IS months; will not lent It 3r u lioardliiE-house. FAIISIS FOll HEXT. s...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

is- 'i it: 13 H r-ii THE REPUBLIC- SUNDAY. 1AJPEIL 8. 1900. T REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. MUSICAL. MUSICAL. Is t ' t 1 i H mirovei citv piiopehtv. Mef, Cory Ileum.-.. Tlit-y Are Cheap. "11 Whlttler i.l.. between St. Ferdinand ntiil CotUue live...: ii 1 -story an J tia" nw ni btlek ips Mpiico contutnim- ti rooms; 1st .7J.114 feet, a l.tts barcatn at 12.'-.u. 42.T2 Grttnce n.. be'twpin Goode ave. an 1 "Whittie-r rt.: l'-i-stm-v buck rtnMeiir.- n talnlnc rooms; lot "3x122 Iee.1: urjr cheap at "".:3i. 4202 Cottace ove.. southwc-t corner of Wh!t-tlf-r ht.. a 2-stnrv 0-room biltk rcddenee. w!t!i lot 43f-- r..l n frv nlpe Hr.nie for I2.SjO . Y Tht-wi b pure) "o out pectlon '.!. -- .--.....- .J ..- - - . Tht-wi houe are in lliM-class repmr ami cnn mrchn-ed with a very small ca-11 paimem. out ami see them: tt.ey are o;ieo wr 1a- -'" CHAS, I". TOOEU '-' i-iici asi -v.. J. ?. DODUS, SURVEYOR nnd CIVIL. ENGINEER. ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

E s THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL S, 1900. fctl HOUSEHOLD GOODS. BUSINESS FOR SALE. BUSINESS FOR SALE. FOR SALE. HORSES AND VEHICLES. HORSES AND VEHICLES. PERSONAL. E "I I - 1 l r 4 IJ2 ig & Vfr P 1 rii & 1J i rr- ron s.u:. 31 31 M .M M A! 31 ti M tl 51 M 31 V M M it M V 3! 31 M 31 M M .tl M M M 31 M U M M M .1 M 31 M .M 1 .M 31 31 31 1 1 31 M M M II M itRNiTiRH and carpets ferxitfre and carpi:t-'. ijas .srovi:s and ranges gas .sTtivi's axi raxge.--refrioeh vroits axi ice noxi rhfrigehatoi:- and ice rom:-. CAKlIJ.NX STOVES. gasoline stove-, meelleh pros.. ?ios. foi inn st. Jtuuu.r.n pros . s-o S. roinmi sr. mtklleu eros.. sn s. ivprtii st. COMH AND SHE or n LINE. "VVK CAN MAKE TERMS TO SUIT. nrnr.TT:n rros.. n:n s iofetii st. mi'DjI.i3r r.nos., ?iis fourth st. M M M 11 M SI 31 M 31 51 3f 3! 31 I 31 ' M M M 11 l II 51 31 .'I SI Jl M 51 M M l'AKIiIL llnlnr-nm and lK-.1ro.in-. t, Itlatto. hatrHk-i. mntf. Hont Citinlort rnn-. Ire -i(-t. llltfr. Ltunlrr ai.d ai tot lawn mnwi-r. pa...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

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Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

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