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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 13 January 1900

TTTTC "REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, JANUA11Y 13. 1000. r FINANCIAL. W. II. Z.XZK. President. D. R. FRANCIS. View President A. la. SHAI'LKIGH, M Vto I'res.dcnt. The fflershante-laclede National Bank OOP- ST. LOUIS. Condensed Statement of Condition at Close of Business, Dec 2d; 1S0:. RKSOUiciJS. Cash and Sif-lit Kxclntiqe .. Loans, payable on ilrciatul . " " nt fixed cHir-; Onited States Ronds due IMS Premium on sine Other Itotuls, Slocks, etc Kcal Kitatc I.IAlUUTIJvS. C.initnl Strict Surplus nutl Undivided Profits; Circulation Deposits, Individual .... " Hants und .itii..Mi.-. " Unites. Stau-i . . STATEMENT OF The h'aiionai Bank of Gommercs in St. Louis. DECEMBER 2d, 1899. resources. Cu-ren-T and Cola. ...fj.411 4?i"M Checks 4s)l-7oo bight Eicaance M"s7l SI!,04.t,456.S7 V. S. 4 percent bo-.ds of IPWat pir l.TKUinio) C - 3-ier cent lturds of OlSatinr KiO.CHOUfl Ponds, stocks, etc I.St'J.s'aiI Loans, and discounts lc.S'-J.Wi.al Heal Estate &."xim. 0 j LI .BII.rTIE". Csrutii 5urpl'j and prof...

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. — 13 January 1900

W v s THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. 'JANUARY 13. IflOO. N DRESS AND ABOUT THE HOUSE. NEW IDEAS I II t ft - f. j" sA I SIMPLE P.FT EFFECTIVE NEW M1DSEAS0N MODELS. Pretty Fashions That Dress makers and Ladies' Tail ors Approve, vriTTi:x ror. the svti'kdat nnpunijo. At this seat-on of Uio yt ur every woman 5u"1s h-r'elf In r.eed of a fre-h gown, "-omething," she tells the dressmaker, v. r.-n akimr her ndvice as to what to buy. "i ' it will do to r now and until spring." on.- or the most fashionably dresanakers tln nthr 3ay suggested to her patron the u.viMUUty of an extra sill: bodice or two t war with dark colored or bkuk skirts Inst. al of an entire skirt. She showed her a 'pattern bodice" mado of tho new figured F'ench silk. A tkctcfc on this pago shows the pretty style of making theso waist. Th. ntck Is out down a trifle low and round. an i a. piece of heavy lace fitted In and alo forming tha collar. All the laoo Is un J,n. d. the collar beimj held up by whale-lionc-s covered with white,...

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. — 14 January 1900

pvAvwyvv.v.wMvMA I S REPU iTTITi v TO-DW'S RFPUnLIC: .HI! tj Tut .tpicial etsittes it s .'"rnCif in rartr rant. f 13 )anj4 .iaf arias .' r rrfafrtf In Oiee fart. JJ rKi..iii. i. v. vtviAsiir.ua. gi:..l(,i; k.n pp .. company. 5wwvwvww -v ArvvxAAi Ht. i.ons. .mo., si'ndav. -.axiaky NUTETY-SEt'OXD YEAH. II. I!M)I). I'UU'K VW'K CENTS. BULLER ORDERED TO GIVE BATTLE. RUSSIA AND FRANCE ACTING IN CONCERT. B5K" Yf? ir.v -. - T"y er -.v i c.t ST. LOUI ! PART I f 14 PAGES. 1 1 Jz$Jj1vo lOlili HEARS THAT MMn a eK ac PEA Ell bULLm m iot I sen. 33 ! -J '. -?TJ Tiii.. Xutw it Islanding U'" 'N !! ioi ifil i.:u!Mnitli t'annot 1'"' l-elieved :il Preent. BRITISH CABINET DESPERATE. AiUitv :iiul V:irniii of Wol.t'k'y mil P.utler Ijinoroil Io1mm'I." S.iiil hi lit- lij.Miinlint as to the imlook. ppnriAi. ry cable Ixndon. Jan. lS-i(.ipyrtht. l?v, by W. n Hrjrt - A povUI corrispondent who has a.-i'ss in rontljt nllnl tourccji of infor mation s. n.ls the MlcmtnKCiclus-Ue state ment a.- to the truth of the qi...

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. — 14 January 1900

1000. l o S35SJ. yi ftSk .cjrfAitSj,. I e?ttss. I l.rnsZsn; rJ'fi I'ivl" r-1 nv r3 sf-n m x- is E S? rj. in LI v EH 3 G& m ss ft, TT'li S! m sbusq i RK VUm a ft I. if i ra 'XaG- aft .? J vJfea&a frt iTOCR - n v TnREPUTTJCJ. SUNDAY, JANUARY iaff a v. &i SY0O & I) H v 4 - tqa & a J) I man taP" Cuttine;, slashing and annihilating Ryan-Clarkson's prices. Like a magnet this Gigantic Bargain Sale is drawing the people from far and near. A tremendous outpouring looked for to-morrow, as a perfect deluge of bargains awaits their choosing here Monday. READ DOWN THE LINGS: g? L4 rfc ft! . 34 HOTsot J. 'K "3 f n iiaaa fj ,ws3 H fo? fa?.. scy- :Si d .is; ER9ADWIY, WASHINGTON AYE, AKD ST. CHMLES ST. lankrupt I F60 Bankmpl as. uhui ,003 1 Suits, Petticoats, A Vaists at Bank i w rupt Prices. Mack China Silks Assorted lots to clear (Imported Plaids Just about 8"X) v.irdsj Ladies' Underskirt-. -M..de r.l Macks Ladies' Potticoits Male of silk PU- i ini .piannes ami i.m un-n. r ) ,....

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. — 14 January 1900

J ; I l THI REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUARY 14. 1000. Genuine Mexican Hand-Drawn Linens. All of our odd lots, some of which are exquisite examples of the Mexican hand iwork, and all beautiful, will be sold Cheap This Week. 300 Tableclotlis For SIS.OO SIS CO Scarf. and Table '.rrs. Fur SIO.OO $10 00 Piano or Iirosser Scarfs . For S7.50 t: 50 Tftblo Si mres For S5.7S EAT REMODELED STORE. THIRD WEEK GF THE SEMl-ANNOM. Infants' Christening Robes. Dresses and Shirts At Half Price and Less. Fine, Vainly tlarments. Ileautlfulty Trimmed In Embroidery. Lace and Hemstitching. A M4.UEACTVRER'S SAMPLE t.l.E illteplacedan sale Monday morning, andlffou ere In present or pm Mpettli e need of any thing of the kin J this is your ofpiz tunity to buy cheap. They are slightly scitid from ,'i..n dtmx, some hardly noticeable, and they real, elegant goods Look at the Prices! Sfl I'rmn .. ... Yr- 33c s: on Dressc r.rGi; 51 SO Drcs-.es l-r.c SI 90 Dresses i .r'..'00 SI 2- Skirts Y G J 51 7:. s-ktrts l. 8fc S27". ...

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. — 14 January 1900

4 THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY 14. IDOO. OSZSS5Z2tt THE FOUR EVENTS r We advertise for this week will crowd our p-real. store with lookers and buyers. First. Our White Linen and Cotton Goods Sale is still in its verv beffinninff, with new goods onened pvprv rlav. Second. Our stock-taking sale has had large bargain additions at cut orices. Third. The remainder of Becker & Aal stock will be offered at eive-awav prices. Fourth. Our new goods sale will introduce many novelties that our customers will find interesting to examine and profitable to buy this week. h a3MnMM r",-"IJ11 v H cSjL ' "'y ft II Fm a TT7-:.'-' yi u k a si 3 tt-i!?rA3 -i By Fw' HQ ' pi Ik ML md 'J FWm Mra i kv I continuation I I 8 if s .M--A -rr.--;-;.; 1 Ln! . t...y CiJj :,- " tt. M4 Gowns. At ! I. ulios- Goanr. root muslin. -f two row. of iaibioiVry inor 1 i turl.. tinNhwl with ruflie round i i sJfPVos: usual vilue. t.V:. t I- Iiiint.' Uiiwn, S''1 mualln. ik i.r runs tif insertion ana eluter of K-. iiul.-hivl ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 14 January 1900

V 3 TOSrUBLTC: STT)AY. JAOTAHY 14. 1000. '' ' ' ' t' r T T -9 w r Ri-SSStSSS KSiiAs1 "JV-vi Ur&VUaaS srissity a. -1171 i-T" U-SmS SS?4S09 ?Wr.-S'fi4X S :yr?vra iFfli.'h' A. cev 5' J 2ft- r-jtiv .-1 et5'Vies5 Iet f"1 -. &&Mte&Sx'& ?f453Stt t I LSar tt ' u V ac and Sacs, Cc TITc sriftc or rep Tnp - y .JmXU,l,:iy.T,liWi.uuAim' aS&SagAi ' ' i tva a-iiia-j5r "gfe.w J . ataa sr ? isiw?-.?r' .-;-. .-;-iEjAMrf.w&tLLj-i' cm vrm v rt rrv TS7 'J-H WV JB4 VfW2KLA3 JTW W WVtV n UH JfTiil MHt arattJf.r. .'. , VI iTM'l LNT.sLlf7r?l.'rl VJJ- ft-iVlf VL av jE'' m v isy wasassy )f .www t mtPM mil Mr mrsm at &5y;r,'.J2?xSi77ttfjfzAfs 2-iy is-a if tr Ji? A & iVjgflB HFn Jfif ""KT J K M fcrf ir !SrCS5SLEhXAy;?AUCa ' Ifta K 2tes3EBaagsg fl rafegaigsss ! r -crss? - -a ytcwjii's- 5,EKJATcwu;t'5--Mi'.,Mri?s. : .iVJ'W'-vM v ft.r'.n p.7crv zv. :yj -CLrrn.TJT!WfcT. ' m mi if im im ii mi n i ' i - i -iin c - i. -" - lfk v rsLiPJt .- n iwk-j j . btt i. -uut i r r a-i nii ni rr...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 14 January 1900

6 Free to the Ruptured Dr. y. s. Rice, the VelI-Knon Author ity. Sends a Trial of His Famous Method Free to All. THE REPUBLIC; RFXDAY. .JArsTATTT 1-1. t.000 Anyone Can Now Cure Th:rnselves at Homi Without Pain. Danger. Opjr- ation or an Hour's Loss of Time from Work. To the th-aar:.l' i jj.e wr. e' in n :: , .. -jar:.l upr-n p, u-.in H of rurturM .' ' "-lurlni.- tt..-Ti-.i.. lln ,.& EY FOR BOODLE CAMPAIGN NEEDED, Chairman Ilniuia in a Hurry to Ob tain Hie I'uikI (.tiarant'eed i'v J'hihuk'ljihiji. POINTED TALK TO THE MAYOR. jSsf!Rv" $W 886W V'i ci1 r !- tth from tran- t i.i.i n nr vv. 3. Ui'f. cu Mam t A wii.- .V v will 7 VIrt a!l "'I i hi f.un.-Ki, net!i- " '' fc" saved rum- !ie ij r i- monv mn. Mi.'ii Ar.l thiljren m'l en.l strung and : i. -.eni!v nir.'.J t i M ind .Jifilnilt i . in - lit I) t IM lM.-kw.ml about ' ..-Hire f-.r tile j-e. J ir ..I it mil ,-.wt vnu I r. "ilnc .ik1 iu ,..,- j tt! le v.u t., ee i,,,tt. .:- you cjn cur i .ur-elt in a i.-i s! rt time with, lit i- inc ...

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. — 14 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SrXDAY. JANUARY 11, 1000. T 1 Introduced by GEN. JOSEPH WHEELER. As Seen With Camera and Pencil. s Embracing over S30 folio pages, and more than 1300 extra half tone Illustrations, Nickeltypes. Colortypes and Colored Maps, forming a Complete and Wonderfully Beautiful Pano rama of the Islands, the Scenery, the People and their Homes and Domestic Surroundings. A ReveJation in Pictures and Descriptive Features. . A work that compels success hy its intrinsic merit. It embraces the vcrv subjects tint every intelligent citizen desires to be informed about. The photographs ami the historical text matter were obtained by special expeditious scut to the Islands for that p.ut:cularpurposc. It i a livim. panorama of the Islands and their People as they are at the prtscnt time. Special articles on the home life and so;ial customs of the l'ilipinos, liv General Wheeler and other distinguishc 1 officers anil writers. The low price and easy payments add greatly to the immense ;om lar...

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. — 14 January 1900

THE REPFRLTC: SUNDAY. JANFAItY U. 1000. TWO PROMINENT WOMEN DISCUSS MODERN TIMES. MRS. LANGTRY AND THE INTERVIEWER. AUilT m to heilth: Mrs. Julia Ward Howe Sighs For tlie Gcod Old Days. PESSIMISTIC VIEW. Aping: of European Tastes and Ambitions Condemned. Mrs. Depeyster Attributes Mrs. Howe's Opinions to Old Age. Alan Dale on Brains, Beauty and Scarlet Per fume Also Some Impressions Concern ing Husbands and Daughters. Peruna as a Werve and Catarrh Tonic the Talk of the World. OPTIMISTIC REPLY. !Y MUS JI-T.IA UMKD IIOK. KTt r'.TC SPnn Vt " New lurk. J in 11 -I remember the cnre f ' training of mj jouth. the strict e-on-s.ru.-'i.n e.f what th. n passed Tor the best Ftt-'i-h. wren no word of slant; was per aii el. tho respect shown to oMit-, th aithor'iv of tMr opinion. the bunds of the fami'y and tho nciphborlj cood wl'l. I contrast with this pi turo man; pictures of our later times. th pre-nt patronizins atTltude of tho voune pcopl in society t ward tho old. the free u-c in Now York B...

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. — 14 January 1900

THE H EUTBLIC: SfNDAY. JAXT'AEl' 11,1000. 1 f A v V fl i' , BEEN 1V11UN OTHERS Fll. CONSULT 1 m i i Ess 2 EI 3 r- lu V-iy, - V i r- Li ?,- DOCTOR OW&.ANY nBlClcRCcOi Husiaess Mea la the City. WEAK, HERVQUS MEHT.. L-CSt TljQf ium . rk. ana r.ink.rn, isr., .. tiu..- urtt yrrn cnuitNi t overwork t,ew an .f- r -, rrtuiunn in we---. -1 o; iy n ---.- Eight mi! n !-.!: in the- urine dlz-.nr. fabric mem r lack or confidence n ambition. I airs in the b. K loin ni ki4ne nl ether c!treftnc mi ras untlitirx re fir tu.tn?i rr rleajt ire TVrt r bisean i p til n-tem e treatment will ure -"U ret re mar phs'c. an. 1 T 1th nn-1 . mke u r . m re a man fpflie -r--r ti mulTer tit' t riJi nn triiea C0TO.Q10US BLOOD POISON t. all J e avm vt Hie blood iixnipti) and tru,r (UKKtv cured at J rer irate f i-e i -. n eraJ lcte. fr-m fc stcm fwrer. 't. r re fct'altb ve ----j- -'- -'nti Ojivan.c and Fa- bLVO I ltlU! I I ca't unM and a; piled la an it modern foir In .. nJ-tu-Uon witn r.x-c.a. medli.nl t-ea ment...

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. — 14 January 1900

TTTE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANITA1?Y 14. 1000. 10 j REPUBLIC GABLE DISPATCHES BOER-BRITISH WAR AND OTHER WORLD NEWS. BALLOON RAGING TO BE A FEATURE. SECOND PROTEST TO GREAT BRITAIN, LETTERS UNMASK CENSORED REPORTS. BRITISH OFFICIAL LIFE UNDER FIRE. Real Situation in South Africa In tensely Painful to the Rritish. Noted Aeronauts Will Compete for Pii.'e.s.at the Paii-s Expo sitiou. Kelea.se of P.undesratli Requested and Guarantees Demanded Against Recunence. Floodgates of Criticism Swing Wide and Reputations Ho liv the P.oaul. BARBED WIRE IN WARFARE. EFFORT TO PROMOTE GROWTH. GERMAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS. BULLER HATES LORD ROBERTS. . -p - - . - " -i- - - s , -w ;. It Is Playing .1 Prominent Tart in the Roer Campaign Methuen Reported Sick Joubert " Military Skill. SPECIAL BT CARLE. London. Saturday Jan. 15- (Copyright. 1M by James Gordon Bennett) It Is all war Nothing rNo is talked about letters from the front are now pouring in. nel tell the truth, which the censorship has hitherto withheld. ...

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. — 14 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY 14. 1900. 11 MEN FREE. GREAT BATTLE LORD METHUEN'S FIERCE ONSLAUGHT. STIRRING SCENES AT MAFEKING, Send Pan.3 and Address To-Day You Can slave Si Free and be Strong and Vigorous for Life. AT THE MODDER. Kxiifftt-il t" Surpii-r tin- Uocrs :it M:ij:Tsfiiii'iii, lnt Was uipii.st'd. INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOME. Citizens Terrified by Daily Shelling From Boer Cannon How Missiles From Big Gun Are Dodged Cronje Threatens to Shoot Boers Guilty of Firing On Ambulances. Boer Formation Compared to a Three-Mile Jaw Full of Sunken Teeth Charged That ISocrs Fired on Ambulances. BOERS' TERRIFIC BROADSIDE. TW(T BATTLES "DESCRIBEiv-DJARY OF BESIEGED MAFEKING. X V erexiAT. cor.R2sroxn)isra London, .len. 5. tOcp right. " "-J James Gordon Rennot WrWn-: aadr date of Moldcr Illvcr. tk'CCfnUT 1. 1-OT. Mr. Julian naljili thus describe the battle of that nm.o In tho Iaily M.iil "On the, morning of Tued-iy. Xovroibor SS. wo got In marc-bin- form at the Kleure ly hour of l.alf-xa...

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. — 14 January 1900

I . 12 TnEREPTTBLTC: SUNDAY. JANUARY 14. 1000. CHOYNSKI WON, SAY THOSE WHO SAW IT. Practically Unanimous Opinion in New York Against McCoy Macon McCormick's Description of the Fight. Now v to-lay the j.. .l.in inju-tl. II In soortinr: circles don, Jo Ch.tvnskl In Lis flBilt With "lvi!' M.'Co at the lirotd jy Athletic Club I"ri.lav ntglit was k n erally discussed, and the opinion wa ' Iirtsyed that the rttttee. Johnny White. In awarding the battle to MeCov. had lwi tail y of the most outrageous rulinc ever rendered in a rlns contest. There were oth ers who .nen went jh far as to say that the match was a" "job" and White had pro teited ll-'Coy from a knockout Olhtr sportinc; men. while hellevitiq that Cht.ynsk! lia.l sulTortd a urea' injustice 1 the r. feree. thought that White had been honest 5n his ruling, hut c cited when he r ndered it In support of this, statement they point to th fact that a nun Chojnski knocked Sic t iv down White started to count. Th.j iftre had t. M .! off to...

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. — 14 January 1900

TTTE HEPT-RLTC: SUNDAY. JAUAHY 1900. 18 I f T V 4 WANT MORE TROOPS AT Tf ic QA IL. II Citizens to Ask the War Doj'nrt- nieiit for A S.niailron ' Cavalry. POST IS ALMOST DESERTED. Onlv One nmulroil Trooper-, ami Two Ofi'icers Share the Spu rious Improved Quarters Koom for '2.000. A special dispatch to The luWIo 5 terday. .late,! from WDi.hlnpton.Jri.. slated that two squadrors -f the ' whirl, has t-orn Mnhis in Cuba since the Spanish-American r are about to b t liark to the IVlted Stat.-.. As vet no ikti r.lte information has lieeti received .- the particular regiments to which the troops belong or to what ih1 they vv.ll le nssUi-.ed. It Is understood ha". the troops win he moved within the next few vvt.ks S- the War Department is anxious to get surplus regiments out of the island before the had weather sets in. Tor a number of m.nth.s there has been renlly no need for Amerl.an soldiers hi Cuba, other than those required to aet at sentinels In front of the otllelal building and act a...

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. — 14 January 1900

7 U THE -REPUBLTC: SFXPAY, JANTJAin" H. 1000. A "The World's Grandest Jewelry THE VERY Hi Sp-Write for our mEiwiuv at imuraiw rriZrn RPHiinWV j .iinencx 'T-VJUrLiiyrXiL- m& m flL Jf aa V W 4rm LIGHTING BILLS IN COMMITTEE. House Refers Tlicni and Adjourns to Meet Monday to Take Final Action. Majority Tables Cronin's Resolution Calling for Action on All Ileld-Up Measures 3Iayor Zienenhein's Inaction. Yesterdays special session of the House of Delegates carried the one permanent and two temporary lighting bills into the hands of William M. Tamblvn's. Public Improve ments Committee, which will return the measures to the House nnd submit a report on them Jlonday mondns at 11 o'clock. Then, by a suspension of tho rules the bills may ba passed and sent by the Secre tary of the Council to the Mayor. When the bills have been signed by the Mayor, President of the Council and Speak er of the House, they become city ordi nances. Just as soon as the Register num bers the ordinances, the Boar...

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. — 14 January 1900

THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC rPART lie 8 PAGESc TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: Ti: Special Mall edition IB Mated In Tbrae Partx. se Sunday Magailnt it Mated In Our Part. .vww$ copymc.iiT. is. nv i't'i:M?nni:s. cnouui. knaip& company iWAWrtWWAVWA1 BVVWKWIiWVVWiAVt 2STIXETY-SI-:C0NP YEATJ. ST. LOriS. MO.. SUNDAY. .IAXUAKY 11. 1!)IM. PRICE FIVE CENTS. NSE BANKRUPT & "TTS C1 ?k If" ""ET11 f "Btolt? S It will be impossible to fill Mail Orders I 4 H . Ik F 'K K v I r CM.-i't K'liiiisioii entrance will be on S Wt8 ' p nMiimrtnn ai !'it on Sixth Street. I mj&&' ft '-y?'M:um ' Bankrupt Stuck of CLOAftS. OITS, SK!RTS, WAISTS, WRAPPERS AND FURS Of the Siejjcl Ilillman Dry Goods Co. Ready for You. JACKETS Fine clour Jacket. Braid and Jet Trimmed, Etc. s, ..,..,., s,r .. $22.00 ;- : $17.50! O iV I'l r - CLOTH JACKETS. mw-II i i.-. i.r n '.-. ournrce .. .-II in . pr.e !'. U':rprif . i' M .-in--. pr r ei'-i". Our price -i.-.-i II lc n pi ice. f:t ur price s i-H 'iiiju s p: ce. enwe. u: pr-rc s. eel ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 14 January 1900

I I f TTTEKEPUBLTO: SUNDAY. JAXTJAKY 1-1. 1000. 'EN TIMES SAVED FROM THE GALLOWS AND FINALLY PARDONED rxzzzzzz HENZE AND KAISER WRITE THEIR STORIES. H SE i i i i l- JACOB HENZE DESCRIBES A CONDEMNED MAN'S FEELINGS. witirn:. nut -j hi: mi miri iii.ic ii .mhiii iii:i:. "One nuull think ill ii i-niitiiiuod lepml Hum .1 iIimui -i-nii'ino would gne a poor doul -urli (iitnlnm m his link ilni ins le.tr of ult un.itf de.uli mi tin fallows would sum I" .'mil li --. Inn 1 :imh' i 1 1 lli.il w.is mt ui' cN1 Willi n.e The agmij' b cnne gu .iter all the tune 'I Ik- nrst tune 1 lmed iIimiIi. 1 didn't bolieve'it 4-ouM happen I -till had tnith in mj liui-x iw, lut when tin dai for the execution w.is M't the M-cond .ind third tune 1 pc nil all hope. As the awful d.i e-aino nearer I lost nil desire tor editing, and what 1 iill cut n-ennsl to choke me. 1 couldil't rlecp at infill, anil sometimes during the day. when 1 did fall asleep 1 dro.iinod nf nothing lult the gallows, and often Henry would .see ...

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. — 14 January 1900

th-rtckim'TCltc: Sunday, January i4. iooo. r '1 L V GOLD IS MEASURED BY THE ACRE IN COLORADO. Frank Carpenter's Chat With Feiiator Henry M. Teller About Colorado's Xew Holtl anil Silver Mim-. is:- a --r!--p-Tier r,f T". suTt.l-iv It -'Hit-in-. i" nfi Colo, Jan. 1 met Ss naloi Hcn rv M. Teller in his office bcie- this afternoon a.-d bad long talk with him con. ruins lb. busln.-st- situation in Colorado an i other Ill-lttiTS One of tho s-.ltrc.-ts disc-:ss,-.t was '! Wonderful Increase- il! the- "VIU' ti-.n of I, -'to Willi ll has be.-U '11B " " '" "' v..r!J s.n I Mi T. !l,r- "Color i i,i ,s mini: g more go Id to -lav than !' has i'Vi r done- We -tie 1.--W the chief K- ! Stale m the I'nlun. Wc produced S-' tto.-x-i worth of gold last year, ami r -!i i. 1 believe, pro-luce more iii.ui $..- tin-. year We ar- op. ning ne-vv mines -il ever liu- Sute :m.i many l oi.r etld out-si ur.- ao!i'( rVlur as thev u." down." Cripple Cm.!. In 1 !!. "How :i1mui srtpih Cre-ek ."" I sske-d. "'ripple I'n...

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. — 14 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SrXDAT, JANUARY 14. 1000. i ll : 1; GAMERESS IS A COMMON WORD, LITTLE UNDERSTOOD. Twentieth Century's Cardinal Virtue, Often Born in -Strange Places, Is Not Essy to Define The Quality in Its Lowest and Highest Sense. "'vliro nes" Is a word of very common i-i.:- S. Idem is an . stimate o: .''lai-act. r t: i-i i.r I., a-t m.i ; tM.it th. -.prc-i-ion i ' - ii'. t carry with It important meaning much weight. To say that a man. dog, r fi-h Is "faitif." Is to say about as - I liiucntary a thins of him or it as you -'h .an. H- may have fault. Indeed. - 'til. iT.r may be his ito'e virtue, but. i' .liiy. it covers a ouilti-osie of sins. ,-k -he tirt man oa mei-l in the street ' .-itneness'" mean, and he will tell -, true oit of ten asss. that it mam k !. :i tight, prefers ly pluck and cour- i nnze-rint' battle. rncjUesMonably vv i.I his g.ven to the orM by the ring or the cock pit. fir both. Thus it ' ' that the cock p" atid prize -in-c men us and have apotheoiied ii'.nn which ...

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