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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 12 April 1900

TITTC ITOPTTRLTC3: TIUIKSDAY, 'Al'RIL 11'. 1000. X Hi l! I 4 IfM lV m AEr Wwb fm& Pjb8 fait f I in tY i i irMBBWBII'lw"PrW3.i;rii' fcawJ&iKCT'e'eQ JSVIv-SCCiXVCn L'svmjc&:vscv forjnfants and Children. CaMoria is ft Jiannlox su1ili(iilc for O;ctor Oil, I'aro yorie, Drops :mtl .Soolhiutr Syrups-. It i lMesi-iiu. J I contains neither Opium. 'iUorpliino nor other "Narcotic Mihstanec. It destroys Worms :nul allays J'oxerisliiii'. It cures DiarrlKt-a ami A iiu! Colic ft rdiejos Toi'tii intr Troubles ami cures Constipation. 11 regulates tin Stomach ami IIoweK. j;hin- liealtlij ami natural sleep. The CliihlrcJi's Panacea-The Motlior' Priond. The Kind You Have Always Bought J Bears tlie Signature of E, 4 sfWTT-ST- iS .JTV IT W JHrrwrfS) f CSSs"" v r SivXi v&TIPjC Ton don't have to coi --ci a -!., i . Tind out xxhctlpr prii'c is ' ' '"" ' " to Barr's an! joii'll w tha' ' 1 '"' ' ! i Klorluiis wealth of sprim: uanrts that ("' J Lcxxilder any hie. a f-ii.itiiin ran d. PREPARING ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 12 April 1900

7 i i TITft "REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. kFRIJj 12. 1!))0. S 1 i:fm cs-B flB x w -S ' " ? SM'cW KIDNEY OR INTERNAL REVENUE AGENTS SEIZE ST. LOUIS TOBACCO. PACKAGES SAID TO l".K UVF.I! WKKiUT. l.ollodoi' Oivtm-' Noiifi.! li.v Snu Frauciscti Oliiei'i" Tin M:iii ii f:icln lei. s Kxijl-iin. Internal Heienue Co!!-, tor (lieinoi i- i'i leeei)l of lutoimntum fioui S.ill 1 tain l-t'l to Jilt? effect tluit -W pounds of .1in,-vit to liacx" had been seized in local lobnico Mote." ly internal lex-eiiue asjciilt. boeai:-. the ii.lckni;cs vcre in-uitieienily stamped. The packac's. xxhich iici'v m up In. a St. . ii- tlrni. w.'iv -lamped unlfotmlx to in dicate that they weisHie.l tiiiiroimly an ounce and twn-lhitd-. Collector Thoina of San Ftitnoi-eo dif.-oxcie.l that some ol the packages weighed an ouhcf ud threc-quano!- to two ounce-. In hi- communi cyt'on iili the St. I.onl- otliee In esti mates tii1 loss to the Uoxeimncnt .it J.Vi,ti. Collector Gieiiner believes Htal Hi inlor iiiation i lortect in the ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 12 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1000. 9 t lr "T Postal Telegraph Gable Go, Main Office. I.nclcdr lIiill"HnB. FOURTH AND OLIVE STREET. 400,000 MIIpk Wire-, :S,0l( Oinrc. Ve woald he plenaed In linmllc your TrlCKraJU. Try o. Telephone JJnln lsee. WILLIAM F HOMES. 3. J. PIBKNEITE. Pretlet.nt. PccreUry. BSTABLiPHED IN 154?. Missouri State Mutual Fire aid Marine Insurance Company. Off:o No. 717 ChestiiUt St . it :ul5. Mo. 31. HU Alain st;!. Ttl kinloch A MM. rollcle An Written en Eltticr Mock or juu- Juul Plan. 3B. C Lllt-ns. U. D. w:krr. "DIRECTORS llenrv . Haarstlck. JOURNAL- -OF The Council. REGULAR SESSION. 1899-1900. (OFFICIAL.) Citv ot St Louis. Council Chamber. April lo. 19,i0. The iViuiK-il met !ii 3 o'clock l. ni.. Mr. T'r-csldent Meier in Hie chalt. Present Messrs. c.trroll. e4usi, lindens. Hoffmann. Hoiton. Meysenburg. Richards. S. hnell. Wiggins and Mr. President Meier -lft. Abmil Messrs. G.ws, Kvaly. anil Thuner - . There being n objections, the minutes of the meeting of ....

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. — 12 April 1900

10 THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1900. STEAMSHIPS. II PI II PUINl riiiLirpiNi: j.i,anp!-- vi jArHn-bninH honowlu. Faouie Man s S Co Occlrf'nlal & Ottctral 1. S. Co. and Oriental S S Cn Fron San Ki-in W' Pine, April IT. Nippon Mam. April "'. U n n- Janeiro. Max S For rates, freight or passage, npMv '" ' r. Townslcv. agt . 431 Olive. o-J. i: Algar. act. 5" Olive SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. TI-:e-I.lnsfnr ri- Cert. Each Additional Line. Five Cmih T.xtr. COOK -Situation as -ook- ami 10 . renci-al lir,i.-work. can give rood c.!tv r.-i".'. 3'"-3 riitnoi JVc crvK ltuntlon !iv n noman ax cook. pilv.it faintly or hoarding-hous'. 3313 lV.inklPi at v.. r.toin Xo. U. HorSRKKKi'nU rnllnn ax lnnwlt"l"r or to take charge of rooming hou". 'Un ladj. O 11 Itcpublic. i.Mii;'s AA'ANTLDwith sen--knowMg. .f --wing who would like to travel o- ' rr- a good po-dtlnn at lmm Call. It will P-o sou to Investigate at -; igtl Pt to 1.1k' llOln HELP WANTED-FEMALE. Tl.ioe Lit. for Five Ce;nls. Fsrh Additional...

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. — 12 April 1900

THE rvEITBLIO: THURSDAY. APRTL 12. 1000. If v. U. WILL CONTINUE A General Real Estate and Loan Business Under the Old Pirrn Name, Arnu Booth & Co., At Present Office, 618 CHESTNUT ST. AV. BOOTH PAPIN. LOST AND FOUND. 1 OsT l.r-el h mast (T 3 ' prunds Hexxntd i nldls-1 col !. 'gilt IjpsT -Ki.x.r sud white j, i r .1 c K-'urn ' -ui i-iiaxeii- axe a i :-i,ii . - - lM Iris-, sett - q 3: 111 an "n, N. M un . i . . ,t ! I! T I i- -t 1. - 1 ' lofc"l 1'raO in i - penditit h 'l im nj r -u 1 pm-i :i I i.i II t; sx Ji ' '., ' i" l.ibnal nwaid IT i.lind ' -" -lor-J. ti t- HOUSEHOLD NEEDS. . mum: i' ui:iMv- V niCVN s; itn Catl.t le-ilm-? an.l !! no itr g t . Nil it. nth an I Flic ds :u-t - '. il ic.i otiabit- uric. 31' II and Ji-u.t.li J ui.s- M-FlTs'takcn lip clei --.!. in -di" cxer nnd 1m il t,c t ork. text, ft iiik. Khiiii.- Mrim "P ' i-ai'iui Cumian). 21 la-cau. Main ll.l. i rln i 'Mj.j N1 1 isi'ltlsl. S'pmi e.arpit Clcanlnc Co:,i imi .1,1. ,.,l attention to alu rinr llu.tis an I Jo la he...

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. — 12 April 1900

TUB 'REriiPLIG: THrTOPAY. APRIL 12. 1000. 12 UNSETTLED MARKETS PRICE CHANGES FREQUENT. HYJiF.AT AMI n.)US SHOWED STKKXCTII KAl.l-Y. iWiVnl KcriiviTcd Sonic ;inil flos-cl Higher for tlif H;iv. l'ii Own (Mnsotl nt ;i Loss. x'-iJne-.day. Aoril 11. .. 'I Iltp '.we :V-(Uent -hiiR"x "' '' ""---ti ii of tho markets lo-dav. and "sperial i in wheat jiiid com. . deposition io lakes .rfits. coupled with soai liquidation of 1 -us stuff, gave, to the cnor-l situation ii-.ioughotit tln day an appearatn-c ot irrojr. l 'iritv. which was not belied by the action ' prices at intetvals .luring the session . ) Vh.in-,.-. though, talum jn lt entirety. '(,. situation presented a pretty "on?; in- ite.ne. ami sentiment, especially as re i. "id.. tl higher-priced grain, mitwitli m nding numerous reaction fltid wiiih' bearish ai'viee. wore ."tilt "fttile. bullish. Tho iffortngs. as n rule, found ready takers. Ji l great resistance was shown to all Ijpar t li attack", with the r"-i)lt that little i:n. prer.si...

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. — 12 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, 'APRIL 12, 1900. 18 FINANCIAL' Commercial Dutch gulldem chcks 4': S? cajs 23. liar Mixer. Npt.- Tork. April II llir silver M'-o r,r nunc". 1 .on Jon. April 11. liar silver steady; L'7?d Iter TO GROCERS FINANCIAL t- i - i IV J W. H. T.EE. P.-esiaent- D. K. FRANCIS, Tic President. A- 1. SUAVI.1Z1GU. 2d Vice President, The isrchasils-Laoiede National Bank 03T ST. CAPITAL, Purplus and '. UnfiidpdProJlts. Letters of Credit Issued Payable in All Parts of the World. (IM OKI'OIC TF!. I VI'ITM., f.lV(in. 00. IMIIJ II".) L.A. Ctllt. Prat, t. .A. Tillct, VUe Prest. is W. Adlcr.Sec'y ladTrcit. Cotton P 5 We r"-x.tr o-drrs rrntTIP'll" In 15 tnd JO sh ts Sti k" a1 u; a' ,s f r Grain, OIIlIlJtiM! T'S I ' mi. J" Hit- V.....I1, Spcr'jl injurnuns riujc to -uut.ii y made on c t '-'punici 's n.iijx M ..tk"' !: slew .-' 1 lto'orenocs Telephone: Isc. J in Utt M io. 32! PiWE ST., - UNITED RAILWAYS COMPANY ATo 35-YEAR GOLD BONOS, now ri ;m tor ir.MYi-.R, United Railways Company h Gu...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 12 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1900. BOOTH-TUCKER ARRIVES TO-DAY Salvation Anuv Commandor Will Speak at Y. 31. C A. Hall in The Afternoon and Evening. PUSHING THE "RED CRUSADE." Members of tlie Army Will l'atade From Ile.-idqimneis J'revious In the Second .Meeting (Joes South ToXiirht. 14 : , - Jfr' iPM Mmlii wm " i ; iiii i i1 1 i iijiwft IWTfrTir "Tr ni in iryri , i -vri-r;jirwvvxNLv'A y;M MiMl'Hlllllim III I I Hi i Pll i Ii 1 I l iVr ffBwTHTii -"t I nil' I XiynrTiiWrnTnlMWii r irfii T W ' - -x. r .iilMWJVf, Commander ltnnlh-Tiipkcr of the Salvl. tlon Army will arrive in ft. Louis at 7:in ii :n to-day on his mission of .ptpaurns; the Inciting of the "Rod Crusade" throughout tl)f South and Southwest The crusado was inaugurated in New York, whenco the commander emiift, n April 10. and will continue until June 10. The. i special puipose of the movement Is Jo In terest the nonchuicb-golng people in jjj work of the army, induct1 them tn .-ittenl Hip meetings. a-flU'c a gencril enthu...

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. — 13 April 1900

CHARMING EASTER STORES With Halt-Tone Pictures. MANY MISSOURI BEAUTIES. Nest Sunday 5 Republic MR. DOOLEY Will ro into NATIONAL POLITICS most amusingly in next SUNDAY'S REPUBLIC. EPTJBLIC T. LOU ST. LOUIS. MO.. FRIDAY, A I MM L 1.:?, :li)00. I ( T, "UjiitI:- S.- I.ftlltv, Tt (rlltl. v JJ On Tr:iins. 'ilirrc IVnl-. NINETY-SECOND YEAE. PREPS KANSAS CITY MET ALL REQUIREMENTS, TRAINS FEELING s mm THEIR WAY NOW, T s m JL M lililM H MUsV niLa Hv-u i law-SB8 fa (F "So Chruipe In Arranponit-nis. for Holding tlif National Convention. SUBCOMMITTEE SATISFIED, i I.epori to Chairman Jon.'s Stale the Convention Hall Company Has Made Contracts That Guarantee "o Delay. Kanws City. Mo.. April 12.-There will be no chance in date or place of holding tbo Democratic National Convention, previous ly set for Kansas Cl'y. July ' The t-uti-nmmlure of '.he. National Democratic rommitteo mot the local committer on arrangement hero to-day and. after Ko ine over tho situation thoroughly, drafted untl signed the...

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. — 13 April 1900

p- THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. 'APRIL 33. inoo. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. ILDREN FIGURE IN TWO r cent J " for I'. li.il i . c. S.di K Now " or). ' h re - di-com 1 li..l. I.k dl "mint icdd. Io..lvl'le. NV v .-tut bill. i ar i-kc'. rlii'-Jt-'i. !'" 1I1 i 1 ctvti.tn .1 k ! Cn 1 I 1". 1 '' '''" ! ' i. f. 1 cr .1-:.. 1. N w O'liai". 1'" dis ct fn ' J . 1 ar as,.. . .1 whet market vie" lowr- a A ill. JO-V U. Ma, CT'V .1 ' "'i" No. 2 rod. foil closed Iciw.r at prii. r,7jc 1 Mill. a-n-iV Jlx " 2 wMlc OaIh vl.w.i -it 2. .' J.-- Mhj. 3",rh Jul.-'.' AO " euro wheal closed lower at '',. n i to " , ns - t f'. At ru t ApU, Sept :s-4 "V ajoi r Th : Mm- (Tir -1- JlllV. Vv 0111 c!oed lower Jit SSV)P April ! Ma. .'.''V'eV' Ji. July. 4,:: '' nt- doed at miiHc Ai.ril. -t'c V July. Jl market for tain.ar3 mf poik Tr sed lv at 513 for otd ami at jn l,,r 3H W (, il P-!me drain lard iluscd hisher at f ti at C ST-. Thr uii. 1uj U market for niot cotton closed d "WASHINGTON". b"l to authorize Secretary Gnco to l b.Ul...

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. — 13 April 1900

TTTK "REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, ATTJL 13. 1000. DnunLinmroQ want i UUitunULuLiiu veniti AN INVESTIGATION. tet Hats Its Up to You In all the correct blocks nnd faahionable colors a.t I 0 SELECT your Easter Suit or Top Coat from the greatest line of Fashionable Fab rics in this city, exquisitely tailored and very low in price. Intimate a Belief That Explosives, Sot .Water. Ruined the Austin Dam. ., ft ! . esKifr. sS OOOOCi' -' ..- tit- -' a. T r. The same qualities sold everywhere at $i."0 and :!.00. We also show extensive liner, of the iitier qualities tip to S".0O. ADMIT THERE'S NO EVIDENCE. mi Tfi-My er Ts-Merrc? Th'rfr Xpcnts Plaice Insinuations. 3.ut One .Says lie oes Not Kxpect to Trove the Charge. CUmilKRS. ll,lir:R!)ASllf:XS AM) IIATTIll.'S. M:v uhinnuc Hun.Disu. si.vi.stii a.d ouvn ivrs. CLOTlillMS. HAimWMSllI-fiS AXD HATTERS. .. .T.r -v r : - - 4ag? -. w ! irrrrr.r.Tr Frnri.M.. lloston. Mas.. April tt.-Suggc-Uon -'i-1-the collapi-o of the groat Jam at Austin Tax., last Saturday, ari...

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. — 13 April 1900

THE TCEirBLIC: PHii-AY, AVLUL, 1 o 1 000. , 1 CALEDONIANS HONOR OUGALD CRAWFORD. Resolutions Jinking Eim Hotioriirv President of the Society Pre sented to Hint. PLEASANT WORDS EXCHANGED. President IMclc and Oilier Mem bers Praise the Clianioti'r of the Kecipient and lie Kesponds. A. testimonial of honor and esteem was prfwjted last night by the Caledonian So ciety to Bugald Crawford, who has been a member of the society for thirty-four van una was Its president for twenty-two tears. Thfs presentation tool; place In the Plan ters Hotel, and was attended by .n :aigp number of the members of llio society. Thcro were many speeches, eulogistic of Mr. Crawford. After the regular programing hnd been completed tlio doors were thrown open and two Scotch plpeis In Highland costumo marched Into the room and filled tho air with the merry notes of a Scottish Jiff. Tho testimonial, handsomely framed, con tains resolution creating the ,iMre. or hon orary president, and appointing Mr. Craw ford to ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 13 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FTUDAY, 'APRIL' 10 1000. 5 X , y" PUERTO RIGO UNDER M'KINLEY'S THUMB. He Sens the Bill "iVhich M;i.c. Him tho Island's Dictator. HIS POWER IS ABSOLUTE. Tonplo Hrtvo Xo Yoioo in Thoir 1 .nvomment Mens'iie "i- (.0 Into Effect on the First of .M:iv. HKrrm.T" s-r-r-n m. VaMiliitrton. April 13. -rrr.-tdm: McKlti lev to-day M-rred the 1'uerto ltleo tariff Rid ciil government N'l. and thereby K citme absolute ruler of the island. Because lie appoints the Cmcmor rind the Kxccutlve rourrlJ. the, htihi branch si the island I,op;lsl.itvire. a majority or .noni maj lie citizens of the t'nlted Stat.. Because the Goicnmr Ins the veto power to Mop an IfcMation which tho Frcsldent may net approve Because the Brantlnc of nil fr-inchis" jn the Island Ik? In the hands of the Kxccu- ,'tlve Council He-cause thr people .ire taMd without rep resentation in Concrt ss. and with repre sentation in tho ontrollln'r branch r tho Insulai Umiriirai'W on v at th. ple.isui- of the President Because ev...

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. — 13 April 1900

'Til 13 KErnLLC: FUTO AY, A PI? I L 1000. ANOTHER MEMPHi: ACTIONS SPEAR LOUDER THAN WORDS, ( ixik ii!:i)i u. cti'iii'i-iv. fofr LET EVfcRY AIaN WHO IS AFFLIC1ED mill STAKE FOP. SCHORR. KfW y t-v skis Cdl! Lp-LsPJ'SmMz-V 6 " i n. r , j vva .-"-:r r .a -r --i. -t - . ju. t Sfl 1 .1 A v Hip Brewer's F.'ist Ksclicr Filly, lady Schorr, Beat The -Mecca in tie Ardellc. MISS BENNETT RAN THIRD, slip Was ihe Post Favorite and Bc- i-iMveil tin; Worst of llir- .Start South r.roezo Scored for -.1. G. Calm of St. Louis. Mcci'h!-., Tenr... Apr! IS.--John f- -rr bay Ally, rdy Scl.orr. t y !c.p. -i.. i.er- .innamlc, wn the Ari - . veii -old fiUKii nt Uttatptiuiery Fain to il : . a hard drive from Jake Jlurklelji'-. lie aln... 2.Uh Uezitiatx, who was played .. i tlie. sing lor Use best thing .! lilt) i i. j ;. Ilnlsdied third. The attendance to- av uas large mid the trad: dried out toh ! ully last. When tbtj first ra:e Vss t.n.ei, tlia going v-as all that could be de t r i. Tap first race was al four...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 13 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, l-VPKIL 13, 3000. ? H " - , F V Nv N Every conceivable sh-pc. every robby an J H'.xllhh color, ivrv dr-'raole dlpn I'slon Including tl Dun p hv. '.cimm. Mil ler nnl Srii-m ! '-.J s here 'ting fcr J'cu to i'h"o c ft i I S. Dim 1 nii tnUlnsr n lank :t Hip lirno.l of flrie chickens In onr taasci! to tii !i Ir. J. I.. WllllnriMiti ttf .Muiiloiiood. CARTER MAY BEAT HAHECY IN CHICAGO Itorolt Against the .Tudtr.- in UK Homo Counly Is Giowhpj; Kanully. TANNER'S TASK IS DIFFICULT. Apparently He Is ot Finding the Accessary Vole- for Hanecy in Uie Other Counties. nrt'i uj.-c sjixiai. i C.i. utso. Hi., Apill 13.-TtocstmsRlc la this J t ai.d county between tlie Carter and Kan - forces for the republican nomlim. ' -a ' r Governor lias cownienced in oaro- t- cok County will Imie 560 votes in l Hepubucan Stato Convention, and f.tu'j Hnnecv chlu the 'v mark la liis J own o-ijnly. Governor John It. l'ain-i las 1 eugtd himself to contribute the rctnatnCer from 'lie country necess...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 13 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, 'APRIL 13. 1900. 8 THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC VwfJ TJtery riav In the Tar. pttuLi'! sunns, GKonnn knafp & co. Charier TV. Kmipn. President and Gen. MP. GeorjM L. Allen, Vice President. W n. Can- Secretary. Offic. Ccrner Seventh una Olive Ftreeta. (Ki:PiniUC BUII-DINO ) terms or srnsciuiTios: DAILY AND SUNI1AY SEVKX 1S?CKS A WEBK. Br Mali In Advance rewtaice Prepota. On Tear K.m Mi Months .- S. Three Month l.Bl .Any thre day, except Sunday, en year.-... 3.0J Sunday, with Msmrlne : Special trail E-lltion. Sunday. 1-TJ Sunday Munxlna 1-21 HT CARRIERS, FT. LOUIS ANT SUBURBS. Pr week, dally only e cents 3r week, dallv and 5undny 11 centa TWICK-A-WKKK IrifE. rbHnbd Monda and Thmr2.iv one year... n. 03 P.amJt hr tnk draft, express, morry order, or ritlurcd letter. Afldrfs nin rtnrrnuc, St. Irtih Mo. fyT3ctd -oran-'.inlcmtlcn cannut to returned, ansder any circumstances. Knterea t the post offlca at Ht. Jjyalr. Ms , a econd-clws matter DOMESTIC POSTAGK. mr. COPT. nieht...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 13 April 1900

0 THE TTEPTTBLTO: FTCIDAY. APRIL 13, 1000. f;i'.. -". .i ) ' 4 I"' foj-- I 1 i J gj Vs. i i U y" T is significant that the very best is demanded, Ivory Soap is used in the nursery. At the same time; in hundreds of families where economy decides S A the choice, Ivory Soap is selected. Thus its purity attracts the rich; its economy quality and low cost: is there CC'KiCfT MM rT .RCCTIW Tou don't have to consult a. nlctidar to find out -whether spline I licro Come down to Barr's and you'll sre tint It ! ..mt witn R Rlorlous wealth of prlnq qood; that would bewilder any but a feminine mind. I CHARLES H. ALLEN NAMED. He "Will Ee First Civil Governor of Fuerto Ivico. "Washlnjrton. .April 12 Cliarle" II Allen. t present .A distant Secretary of the Navv. trill lo the Jlrrt Civil Governor or I'urrto Hko. under tho provisions tt thr hill pis J yertcrdav by the Heure of Kitrevntnmos This nftemoon Mr All'-n vus Mtmtno'u-1 to th White House by tho President, ami the formal tender of th post vva- ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 13 April 1900

10 THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1900. Pv ( , r.IJJ STEAMSHIPS. I1D1U PUIUd Philippine island1? vi JArAn-bnlnA hosolvlu. Pacini- Mail ? P Co, Occidental & Orien'al i Co and Oriental B fl Co rrom 'in Frat-c!spo D"r c Ap-11 17; Nlrpon riaru. April 23 Rio ' Janeiro JXar S. F-r rates, freight or vn'sare. ''' ' ' L r 1vwnslcy. ugt.. 421 Oi'xc, or J E Alsar. ast.. es OIlx e. . SITUATIONS WANJED-FEMALE. Thte LIim for Fixe Cent". Each Additional L'np rlxe Cent. Extra. COOK Situation lw German B'.-l. flft-clars coolt: do washing o- troilne"''SM tctji it. IOUsT"KEErFE Position hou-elte.per cr to -eke charge of ruomlns!ioui-o. li E lads O 341. Republic LA17NDR1S First -clar. laun.l-pns xnnt. fxm llx xx-ashlng to brlnr hwne. tan S.xe " .erenct. 1633 Chi -Unit St.. first Jloor N"TCmE--Grndnxted ru-so desires jv-'ltlon la rome, Institute. 7. 14(. Republic. S1t3nOGILPHFRA young worm who ! a competent liw nnd court eten grup' er. 1p.lrs u position; -trp-p-oes II 1 f ltci-ii! .! ' WAXTtn do hr...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 13 April 1900

11 THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900. t X J WIL j. A General Real Estate and Loan Business Under the Old Firm Name. Am. Booth Sc Co., At Present Office, 618 CHESTNUT ST. jI!Y. BOOTH LOST AND FOUND LSs Fatl i-i T ., iin! -s 1 . ' trnl !,.., i . . i' .. i o .ltl rente... nt Fjnorlti coon. I..b" J xvu i,J 1" i canst. a. u K. - s " "" HOUSEHOLD NEEDS. o.usi t cli:v.mi:- CARPET-i taken T ctcwicd. VSe,mr.t,? laid. heM ..rk. Inssc jirUw Linjiiry -,,'"n "'anrt i '.a-i'tig 'iu.i.ins. '21 ius.-- 3--h - Klnio'b r h l-NTER!lus7:rVt7iiin Oirpt Ol'-iinlas Com- ratis -, ' i utt. ntlnn to Bit-Jlt.B J1'1 . T is a? ' m.-r cf .a"'.m and rcuOliUin s.a. 2 " Ktn.o.'h i in. ST Ii;-i s,m" nrjN'l P-Uns n" J.!"" s-atlnr Go dw (Ind-cLf .ikt losses' p.i . 'with ihjn-. 4371' Ea-Ton ase . cor- rP mB"' ny nurarwniiKT yard steam carpet cIcMilng. t ii n J 1a.riit Emtio Vk.-rKi, -12 . .ui'los- M()ltA:i: AM) J1UVI.NO. v. por"i, to William W. Portntar li-mdel iret- U'-c U27 :.n;arei . f" lo preset msi' s pauanK. sj...

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. — 13 April 1900

12 THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. r&PKXL 13, 1900. .'41 . LOWER MARKETS BEARS IN CONTROL 6ENTTMEXT IX GKAEJ UNDER GOES QUITE A CHANGE. The Bulk of the ws Received Favored Selling, and It Was In dulged Tn Freely All Hay. Office liopuhlic. Thurf-day, April 32. 1'JiO. Speculation In tho different grains to-day on 'change, was blow and almost entirely o a. professional cbnrartcr, with cvety pros )icct that It will continue so until after the Kastcr holidays, so near nt hand. Tho i-oiOT" of prices In all the markets for tho most part was almost steadily toward a lower level, there being u well-defined change in loeal sentiment, due to c rtnln conditions and inlluenees that were favor--ilile to the sellins -td much less Inlying support and continuation of the liearish focllnn developed yesterday. Those who fa vored tho wiling rddo recflvei conslderablo iisslstance In their efforts to depress val ues and were uniformly successful in bring ing about a good decline In every one of the r-pecnlativ...

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