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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 April 1900

THE REPTJBHC: SUKDSX SPREE 15, 1900. 8 To Sell! To Sell! To Sell! To Sell Goods To Sell Dry Goods To Sell Dry Goods to Ladies. That is the object of this whole thing The end and aim of these hundreds of clerks in this splendid building handling these millions of dollars' worth of merchandise. . Moreover, this selling is to be done for CASH. And you may be sure that with all these preparations we are not going to be undersold. That would be too foolish. This week the machine will go forward with a tremendous . impetus, propelled by bargains such as even ourselves have never given before. Read About Them! Read About Them! Read About Them! J This Week We Give the Balance of the Grahinsky Stock of Ladies' Muslin Underwear Black Taffeta Silks Bright Mulsh Swiss Taffetas at Silks and Grenadines. Won't take a woman Ions: to tell that these are cheap at prices named: 50C 75c 59c printing'? 75C Yard Very much finer, brighter and wider Swiss Goods at Yard Yrd Yard Foulards 21-inch Printed Fou...

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. — 15 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. iAT'TUL 15. TODO. WANTED IT TO BE KEPT SECRET, And Now to Business Gcrlianl H. -T. Frwherr Von Car- nop r.ornliciin Got :i F.'nviijaj to Wed JlnrfraiL't Thomas. Which means phenomenal prices and value inducements in all departments for this,r Easter week. , ( Come and be convinced. WENT TO CLAYTON FOR IT. She Romainod at the )nev lloii'l Last 2Cipht and lie Slaved at the Tlonic of a Friend on Chouteau . venue. WDon'i Miss Our Great ; I. B. Roseoiliai, Sloan 4 Go, ale o! NOVELTY SILKS at HALF COST, the Surplus It Begins MONDAY, APRIL 16th. V "' 'V&MSSOlffS GREATEST STORB. 0 GethnrdH J Freeuftr Yon Cnmop Korn tienn of St. Louis and Mi'-- -M.iteJiot TCorn iui of Decatur. 111., wen- licensed to wed at Clayton yesterday nflernoon. Before the llcensu was Issued the rto giccuvc bridegroom tool; a j-olemn oath that the name Klv.-n uus his correct cosimmen And Mr. IJornhrim, a uii Mill hereafter bo called for Miort. was very particular that the liceiiso bo made out ...

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. — 15 April 1900

.' THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. APRIL 15, 1900. Organdie In solid light blue or pink; worth loc; at 7ic Cases. 54xo(-in. Bleached Pillow Cases; worth 20c; at 10c Swiss. I'ancy Printed Dotted Swiss, in new colorings; worth 15c; ut, per vard. iOc Gingham. Best Silk Ging hams, in dark plaids or stripe?; worth up to -10c; at Sateen. Imported Mercer ized Dress Sateens, navy blue with white dots.; worth 10c; at Challies. CJc Fancy Printed Cotton Clmlliea at Sic Percale. 32-inch Percale, in fignres and stripes; worth 10c; until 10 o'clock, per yard, !3C Lawn. Lace Striped Navy IUue Dress Lawn; worth 12?.'c: until 10 o'clock at Gingham. New Zephyr Dress Gingham; viorth 12V.c; at SViuslira. 3G-inch Bleached Muslin; worth S 1 3c; Monday at L 2C c Vi Fastest Growing- Store in America. Broadway and Washington. V 15c !5c 4 I . x. r 1 "" Sample Hosiery and Great Barga Offerings in rf1J Be $K'?? Underwear. .OT 1-2T-C Misses' Jrrscj Ribbed Hlch-JJeCt Vests V: Hoys' Jlalbrtscen Shirts and Drawers )c Ladies...

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. — 15 April 1900

i- 6 in Tr riTV THE REPTTP.LTG: SUNDAY. ftTTtfL 35. J900. l dCd699 $ 900G9etO9 ... ...L till. , TtrtOADYlAY MKKiMIANTP -A regular m-tt-Iiik of tlif I!ro.i4ny Mpreh3n Aes elation Mill be held Tii.-d.iy. April 17. at S.r) 1. la. rotai u;Aori:-.--t. isii council, Nn. rs. JIovhI league will give, an rmertainmroit Mnn 1av evening in the Ell" nail, .t tl- Holland building. KLTCIIKK TAKTY Tl' rrank P nialr Wimian'h llillil "-..its will g'v linwwne .ucliro partv at thu LindeH Hotel Tu.sdjy -n-lie April 17. mui:tix. or rviNrniiP Tin ovuwuntr SIk:i iind Pictorial P.ilntcr." Asrnel Uton will ret Tu-yrUy evening nt Wi-nrcl'i. H.ill. l?elitl' Mtva Mid franklin uvenue. TMt:i IN I.EHANON Frederick IV -l : H 1-ouis IK.l v."Mcr.l.iv at Urn lurao of his riatidmutlicr. Mr. :.iary pchmelzer. la babanun. lie ws IS years old. TrilNHItS TO i:.VTi:il1AIN"-Tli Sr.iiHiYret Active, Turuerb will glvo u vmiilevillfl entertain ment Saturday cunlnjr. April II, at TcJi k.i nu and CIivrol.ee street. II MJ. 11! ..!,...

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. — 15 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'AVUXV 15. 1000. RESCUED FROM POTTER'S FIELD, V V i ! "N ! "Hody of 'Aped James G. "Moclil- mann, Who Died on the Stieer, Claimed by Son". OLD MAN LIVED AS A HERMIT. His Wife Died When the Chiklren Were Small and They Drifted Apart Were Ueuniied Only Kecenily. Jmfi II Muelilmnnn. tho old in.ir. who dropped dead In L.ifaette avenue. between Fcventh and Kighth street, on Moniltj last, narrowly escaped a pauper's burial jester day. Tim body, incused In a rude pine bo'C was taken to rotter's rield csli'rdai morn ing, and was about to bo lowered into the Bravo, tv hen it Ulephono message from ti.o morgue announced that the body had ben claimed a-id should be returned. The box was replaced in the wagon nnd taken back to the morgue, whllo the old bcsion pitched ( bade tho tod and closed the grave. It is cu&tomary to hold bodies, which are unclaimed or unknown, for seventy-two hours before interring than lu tho clty'3 burjlng ground, but because of .1 few un usual ...

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. — 15 April 1900

y TTTTC UTtlPTTBLIO: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 15, 1900. s x V 5 ---- "---- u - i DOVWV ! DOVV'Ar 00 ww Every step you lake to our i BRILLIANT BASEMENT Will save yon fiom a penny to a dime on purchases of untrimnied hats, flowers and materials. MONDAY SPECIALS. Kabv Caps on . . 24c and Tur- 19c Leghorn Flats, with lace cdj;es - special at IU Mnline-s, or Illusion, nil colors, - f double width UC Stravv Neltincs all the rat;e (wielejiooels) 1,500 bunches Imported American Hcautv Roses, with lunls and -f C -- i v At Cmwc 11111 ui-iy.IL v. I' Conceit prn 1 Heater, i way Car fi6 stvles, latest patterns silo Monday, upwards from .... ... 100 elorcn Shnrl-llack Sailors bans, all rolois villi surprise ou to-morrow nt You will notice more fashionable hats than ever before worn. That's the effect of our "coming to town." We placed the PRICE of stylish hats within the reach of everybody. Here are a few samples selected from the beauties On Our Elegant Main Floor. $1.98 19c A ptfttv Turban, stvl lshlv tr...

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. — 15 April 1900

THE EErUCLIC: SFXPAY. 'ATJCTL 13, 1000. . "S. ,; y ir Cure itf tvd Prevents Hair Falling Out, Removes Dandruff, Restores Prematurely Gray Kalr to Natural Color, Siops Itching and Restores Luxuriant Growth io Eyebrows, Eyelashes and Shining Scalps. TRiAL PACKAGE jille mv Famous Pre lieu e'ontmlto TIjoa who aie losing their hair or fcixo pirted with their locks cm lnxe It rcnoicd ly a remolv tint is sent free to all A Cincinnati slim l.as concluded th.it the bost xxay to convince people that hair can be giowm on any head is to let thom trv it an1 -e for themselves. All sorts of the-orh -liavo been advanced to account for fulling lnlr. but after ill, it is the rem. lv xx- are alter arid not the theori lVoiile who need more hiiir, or are anxious to -ave what they have, or from -I knon. dandrjiT or other causes have lost thnr hair, -hou'd -it oiioq send thoi! name and iiiidn-s to the Altenhoim JIedica.1 lei-pens uj. 131$ But tcrficld Hide , Cincinnati. Ohio, cnclosln.- n 2-cent stamp to ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 April 1900

n 10 S THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, ftFEIE IS. 1900. WISE MEN PICK BASEBALL WINNERS. DONOVAN'S BAT RANG ON THE BALL. CURE VARICOCE 1 J IN FIVE DAY& WE Brooklyn Is Almost Unanimous,." ;ins(n to Land tho National League Championship. Great Expectations Arc fulfilled In the enormous values, huge variety and up-to-date fabrics of our Twenty-Dollar Suitings. So come to us, expecting to save $5 to $10 we'll do it why shouldn't wc with our twenty and more stores selling; for cash it's a leverage lor low-price making;. Overcoat ings and Suitings up to $50 at the same saving prices. Fit and satisfaction, or monry back is our way. TAILOR 71S-717 OXiTcro St. SAMPLES MAILED. Phone, Kioloch A494. ST. LOUIS FOR THIRD PLACE. j J!oslnn Roptrdrd jis llio Natural In ! iMimtifiil of Second Position Chicago Liked to Finish a Wrv Had Last. Xv 7 ft C' ii iNfcL vl 1 SiLIi lkJ-gr. THIIKK .ME.MP.EKS OF THE ST. LOl'IS IWI VKIJSITY MALL TKAjL texfix toi;hva.mi:t. In Plajel. Won. l."U 3 S j .3 2 1 .. .1 .' J ' 1 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 April 1900

11 AQUEDUCT TRACK TO OPEN MONDAY. $v?m F. W. BRODE PLAYEO WITH HIS FIELD, KTB i i-1.1. .. .11. X' LI- want to be well, to fed the glow of health; not merely not to be weak, OMBINED TREATMENT but to be btrong; not merely to have iite3 but to Jiave atmndant life. -OF THF GREAT CURATIVE POWERS. . St lion '.s Ci.ifk Tin re Vf.u Old i)is, posed oi Tin he and The I'nii- ijnenu K;im!. Ciller ll.uidiiap al Sm.ii lur loiit:s (he Ke.it me of the J'iist D:ns Spun. F lira n w.Oi niL""H, r .m . .dL?FfraP & "V A4 VPvyv "". s. Jl 'T5T rr'jf JF-V C a THE EEPTJFJJC: SUNDAY, 'APRIL l., 1000. &ttdfe VlftHWJf Ilt fJfayflCgWWB "- jIiWt? wD i e miirt 3 IU I S -Xy rlMjJ7jr&& . c -crsS wmc- "''iL.Ir-E.wAM A? y i Aatiiiwssrv " -rv g-jBBP?yfV ni'W ih nuTt-pi f f rTrffs-i." Medical Asooc.ttjeti ul 11 UsuVlpliU Psillj la.ssrj -ru'isl laiarr tlir laws o. On- - mc $106,000.00 CAPITAL Guarantees Ycu Honest, Faithful and Successful Treatment. A Imp taT of th i-Tft 11 hnf ani ikIUi.1 Rrwc!4llt?t 1u ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 April 1900

THE BEPUBEIC: STOrTOCT. fflPEIL" 15, 1900. 12 amtukmm2szkJ3UixLLj.jcii jjtoJeAxA!tJ J' Tiff MAlLORDKItSArrrvna led by cavhorJI i-v Or r tun re ceive iiruEif.i af.T Ion 5oc Men's Shirts 33c Laundered Percalps, m it natterns. eol- 1 irs and cuffs attach r-5iM ed, rut Xuil ana won m-ide. regular Mc Shirt, Monday. 00 n only.. ......v wu UnlaunrJercd While Sliirt. All -lzf. mado with re'nforccd bosoin. Mwialfor OC-v Monday t. w iie wm Lit.uf: h 23o Ke&kwesr I5c. Silk Tr-rk SrsrR likr cut, bit; va-ietv of patterns. Beautiful nssof intent Rlwavs sell at " r tn-f W SMi Aloudav, 8 onlv .. I 6 20c Handkerehiefs 10c. Men's j, iir linen hemstitched plain Whlto Han Unci u rs. regular 0c Klnl. MrnJa i:u .... ...... JOs Boys' Waists and Shirts. Be.iuilf ll a."o-tpicnt of I.tundcrpd Percale, wl'h nr will --ut collars, till the new Pn. rpring effects UwL Th" CPlpbrated STTt Vi'aisK white Rrt or crlorc1. iiiv style OU-j juvenit n shirts, to ft hoys from : years up fatn-v pitTerr-., -nad" wI'hEfS ...

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. — 15 April 1900

13 NEWS OF THE OLD WORLD-BY CABLE TO THE REPUBLIC 'The World's Grandest Jewelry Establishment." On BROADWAY, COK. I.OCVSTST. LONDONERS FLEE TO THE CONTINENT. WEDDING PRESENT ? What Shall I Give for a Solid Silver Tableware is always acceptable, always useful, always ornamental, and for durability nothing equals it. A wedding gift of silverware will last for generations. -j . . j fi Adjournment of Parliament Adds 1o the Unparalleled Dnlncps of the IetxopoliN. TTIE REPUBLIC' SUNTCSY, ftPBIL 35. 1900. CECIL RHODES IS IGNORED. Former Idol of English Society I Keeping Verv Quiet The War Spirit Is Sullen De termination. f 17X1 At, BY CABI.. lonJ..rv. Saturday, Apiil I'. (Copyright. 31". 1 the New York Herald Compant.) "WliM with the Queen In licland. the. siel-jiurr-tnent of r'arliameut, tlKJ attraction of - j o pectlve opening of the Pans l'p.j ni n. the r and the fate which 1ms tal-en :t lev off lo South Africa to :i'rs,o-las n -ton lias become a. standard Joke : . t I" lore has Ivondou...

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. — 15 April 1900

11 THE EEPUBLIO SUNDAY. !AJ?KIL 15. 1900. TWO CONVENTIONS MET IN BELLEVILLE, Republican Mneliinc Dclognlos nic tated by -T. Amos Willosiliby Were Selected. DEMOCRATS IN HARMONY. Indorsed William -1. lryan and Gave Instructions for Fred .1. Kern for Confess Old Disputes Settled. The capital of St. flair County Rollcvilio yesterday entertained two political con-vention-v-Uir Democratic and Republican County cnavrntioni. Thrro was not a cloud on tho horizon in the Clicult Court roctn, whero tlm Republicans met: nor m the Opera-liou;:, which (.obtained tho Democrats, Tho Republican Convention bclect.d twenty-two antl-Tar.ncr delegates lo repre sent them In the Statu Convention ut Peoria, merely latifvlmr the iiam-i dic tated by James Amm "vVillouKhby, and tovonty-live delefmlcs to tho Consre.sMon.a Contention, the persona! friend ot Con gressman Rodcnberc. Instructions were j:lvrn for WillouKhby for Seuofiry ct State, and Tor Rodcnbcrp; for Conror.s. whllo McKlnlcy. Cullom and Tanner we...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 April 1900

BWsAASAArf PART II. 10 PAGES. THE ST. LOUIS REPU J TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: The Special Mail edition Is Printed In Three P.nri. The Suadav Magazine is Priatidln One Part. t 1lSlVWMiWWAV corvmnuT. icv. uv ithmphkks. gkop.gb knapp & company. MAVA'VVWiWVNAA NINETY SECOND YEAB. st. Loris. arc suxday. apkil ir. tooo. ruic i: fi ve ;e xts. q-000XKKHXH0M 6 - . - w -.., r-ni --. .. . . . . .. - . IV A' . F ( &VJOK m ine nisiory or ims nouse neive we snown such a magmfi- cent exposition of spring and summer merchandise, showing a brilliant reflection of the first blush of the new spring, Special bargain attractions will he made in all our departments, and for this week's selling we name prices that will cause amazement, quote values that are convincing and give bargains that will surely accomplish for us a big week's business that will beat the record. I . J BLIC. vwJ' 1 1 fA ,j r i i vi fcn u ;i 1. '1 r SHOE 1 COM II.OOR Rich and Elegant Showing of Ladies' Undermaslins Women,s Taj!ored ja...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 April 1900

9 .THE REPUBLICS SUmeiSFKIE IB, (T900. (r X. MACARTHUR, GOVERNOR GENERAL, WHO MAY END PHILIPPINE WAR BORN FIGHTER, WHO WON HIS SPURS IN THE FIERCEST BATTLE OF THE CIVIL WAR, AND WAS A COLONEL AT THE AGE OF TWENTY. fa ;v fm tlio departure from tlio ndlippitic of Slaaar General Otis, who is soon to return homa, the military command of the islands svill devolve cpoii Mnjor General Min'.i Umr. Vflw, TTith the late General l.awtoii. has lirwl tho chlcT dinvUon of tho held ' rations against the followers of Aciilnaldo rluriiyr the last two xeur The death or 3.,a.wlon and the departute or Otis, theie forc, brttiK MacArthur iu natural succession to the. most important itosilio". in the Held 'PCS"Uions of the military administration. Moreover, as the younyist Minor Gen-nil of tho line, h is likely in time to come to 11m hief command or the United States Army. l""or both of theoo rrasor. Genera! Mnp--xrlhur is the most intercstltur llRure in the military circles, of the country at the pres "i...

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. — 15 April 1900

TIITC RETOBTiTC: STODXT. LW'RU, if?, inoo. HISTORY OF ST. LOUIS' CLEARING-HOUSE THIS BOY IS ON BIS WAY TO THE HOME OF PRESIDENT KRUGER. Perfect System of Operation. rJ V; '' 'J u 21. 15 'A ll l Lv' V He Will Carry a Message to the Old African Sixteen-Year-Old Self. i 5TH 75 Vfcm 3Ti 315 t J 4 r'J H1S.UE I. V - TT -r4MoJ . EUROPE ( tx -j- ;-- - cv 2PC 7 n " a. ff ycy . UEavC htvvpw- , y"'" J , S.N .-PXivs,. I 1 V nncnx3(r 00,e "'" ,. ( v X, V'"N. ( J UNITED i?11"1 ( s cvY s STATES ir- ? ','ge'VJ, K- i) ATLANTIC OCEAN' XS Vy? "V 0 J; AEFnR.I.CA "'s&r-i-r it. - -v lZs-5 X '" I l N'-q J!JO 73 6jO tiii: jiimi.i:. 1 IHr Hotio. Piul Knurrr. Prrri- dent or thi SouUi AfrU-m KojiuWIp: Th North Amtr!caii rr Iliiladol- rhla, t)io city vrhM iIip American nacl.iration of liidpj- ivlcncc w.u rlcnetl. pireiits to j-ou. tlin dermder or the ropublican iTidrpeniloisci" In your countrj". tills volunvv. It will onarey to joii some ?llsht evidence s of tho3tne3ii nnd adrair:iJlo:i in which you are he...

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. — 15 April 1900

3. TTTTC "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY', LFTn"L IS, TDOO. ri N ii l.'M '4 w . MB. WBITIEH GREAT STABLE OF R'JiilERS. tiikki: -.ii.i, 1:1: '111111:1: nivi.rs. mcir or which a i.i. hi: i chahui: r nTi:ur ri iti3ii:ciiAMC i.im: n m." t.u-sir. wnrTus iip.tiiij s-fxiiA.vitnri nuc William C. 'Whitney, -Si-rcintv or the. Navv, will canipjv'i I ho iiiWl M'finKn -tiiui; nf tlioinirh!ir.nl' on the. American 1 trf this et-i.,011. His- ,-t ih.e ' a- J "Pii di v i le-d into tlueo divisions, e.21 h of whn'i has Us own tr.tln r. Sam C Hildreih will handle tho bUr ond of the. -labl He li. u bunoh or hon-ci that Lava altrndy been uiulnped and a bljr Firing of fasbion.iblv bred --ye.ti -old--. Anions Hie cracks in his U.ire Tho linrhelor. IJuol.i, Jli.rlv Iiurly. Tolucn, Admhation, Ahoni and lut--rinwtii. l'ho etachejor is the famous jumper tint Mi "Wliitnny purchased if lZi e o-rl:rai la-t v- i . Jrior lo h.s debut as u lumper The I'i'li'-lor was a 8toriinc jvorforroe- 011 tho "in bavin;-; captured tho famous T...

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. — 15 April 1900

TIIE (REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'ATRTL 15, TOOO. B "'I 8 f s V J J rTO.Cfe.ftl. wi m 1 1 I J; 1 vv w Xmlli Dr. Whiieiiaii Will Send a Remedy to Every Reader f-i RHEUM ill ""-. -Just SIMU 4tS Jah and sav in .&-. Mrfk offer I El R 144 iRWltwa -rsran ! . . Psm ,,,p,tw i' l v-t. :?lMagiy iciion : J v i . i rta i wj all S "t Gu 1 ..' " as? BJiJti.S."itf Hv!l7r?tjIff.y)lJWi.'Wl w ri j " ui" mi i n u c xrfri ? i ii niJCSW ;r -6 JrawgfcjBKMifc" - - - ,j !i7j;r"4T7 H.i:. rfJjJ?. -17 . "A Godsend to Suffering Humanity." So "savs V I-c?.- f,ic"i ., 1 ' ' few un ac I r sen 1 m t -,rnrlr of Rheumatic Cure, c ' v, ' i t. r-i n oth" lu b" 1 3 r r ir a n niut.v tism for the past "(.' cr hi i"cd maav noted ti it-tors n (rui ext ii'"i-"l a-.v relief more than p-rhnp th- pa i bem nrao' rd fr m r.p j nt t . ., ui! r, nr; 1 she used the ample arrord'" o dire, tior-s j-lvnnld -tv imra tr" t ! do ".I'e could experience a change for tli letter -" . 1 : .1 "i hu in - Letini; li 1 manity and I cannot peah to-" i...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 April 1900

rrHT5 (REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 50PIUTJ 15. T900. t I- h v IH li h- 'i t THE ST. LOUTS REPUBLIC Isn r- Pier It fi" Texr. rr'i.iii::n. i.koisi.i kn mm- .t C" Charles XV K'npp, Ircll-m and Gen. MP. G-oi-Ke I Allen, hp rieMent. VV u. Cnr Socr-tais. Office. Cit-nci Sew nth and Oltv Ptrrr". otnruiu.i'- r.fiuMN; trkms or sriwniiTio:." AMi SCNPXX -Si:VKN ISSlTts wi:ijic CAILY TSv Mall In Advance Post-up. rrr-psld On, X'em S. x Xlieiths Thtee MoVlis Am 1 ht i e din ". except Sumlsv, en 3 A.) i r.x .". i i n t.u jiar Sumla. with Moinrlr-e Snecinl trull I lit Ion. Sunlxv taimMv X1 (cn7inn hv cMtitiRtts. ht jjon-5 asp srncnns IVi -nek. .tail only Ccenls IV- week. ltl- ami Sunilnv 11 cents txvick -xvi:i:k ir?i 1: IuMihed Mondu nnl Thur-Jav one tmi...1.W Hsnift hv -3r.k iircft. xjr. btt ari'T. or firtstered lctt-r. d-ir. nii: nnrnnji", M Iul Vo. CTiejee'c eoreiunicaticns ca'inot te irtunvc" nndcr aiv iircuri"tnnoes nn'ere.1 a t-e p:"t office t 3t. .-rf! i ln rustler IinnnSTIC PO'-TACiK. Fislit. t ti an...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 April 1900

5T O sffl O sO vffl SO NO . H. VSV .7?V .77)X?k. 7 AMUSEMENTS. AUCTIONEERS. THTT! TnPTJTSTJO: SUNDAY, 'APHIL 15, 1000. V t E' . i.' V yNvw. sn TO BE SOLD 3Y THE ROLL ONLY, AT PRICES CONSIDERABLY LOWER THAN ANY OF LIKE GRADES EVER OFFERED BEFORE. mir I J" Art Pieces Faiic3 Chinese Mattings, by the CO 0C lOUU rollof forty yards gpOlUu A AM Pieces Fane- Japanese Mattings, by 01 7 K ZluU Scroll of forty yards fyTl 3 0 flftft cces Fancy Japanese Mattings, very & C Qft ZlUUU SP& quality 40-yard roll, at tf VIUU ft tfft Pieces Fancy Chinese Mattings, full & Kfl WlUUy il0-yard rolls, high grade, at 3y iQAA Pieces Fanc-Japanese flattings, supc- Q OK lOUU ror u cverJ respect, '10-3Tard rolls yWI!i I flfift Pieces Fane.- Chinese Mattings, cxtraor- Spa i llUUU ennary vaiuc, 03 tnc roil AAA Tieces Fancy Japanese Mattings, tJUU best quality, forty-yard rolls THESE ARE UNUSUAL VALUES -AS YOU WILL AGREE WHEN YOU SEE THEM-A MATTING OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE IGNORED. CARPET CO. &QSQJQjJQS...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 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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