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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 20 January 1900

TrTETiKPrntTC': SATTRDAY. .TAXTWRY 20. IflflO. t7 V It W. R. MORRISON DISCUSSES POLITICS Jlelit-vos Chic.i:n .'Iatfoiiii Will lie l.e.iffiniieil ami lirvait 14V iioininaloil. HOPEFUL FOR PARTY SUCCESS. eS'oteii Illinois Doiuooral Will Past His Inllut'iuv Into tin NVt Campaign Kcpiiblii-m 1 rferoril. itcrirnijc FPncisU Waterloo. 111.. Jan 1 "There i- only one thine for the Di mm r :tn- iiirtj to do this jear." rcmarktsl Colonel Wil'iam R. Mor rison, "anil that t to nominate ISrjan and realhrm the Chicago platform with the letcssary additions to brim; It down to the present Jay. I cinnot sav that I In dorse ever thins In the Chicago platform. but I am a Democrat. alwa.vs hue been u Democrat ami expect to di" in that faith. 1 have mir xoted for a R. puhlli in in mv life not even for a I.opulin Constable. "In many respects Unan Is a wonder ful man. and he s.-ems lo have taught the people of liis country. X otd for him in JxM. i;gt withstanding etori. s ti the on irary. and I will xote f...

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. — 20 January 1900

TTTTC REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. JANUARY 20, 1.000. 6 THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC rrnwsiir-itf eiroiici: unai i co VV II rr S-Tftrv 0.-JIC. Corner rth and " " UtKFI BMC IIL'IWIMI .... ... ..',i.n,llTTi)-; i.u.t ami ni.v -K i!rra i Br Hail-l Adv.m'-P"-"" IT.lo. -. -!- . . S x moetiw ' 'nee mortb snv rhree .hits MK MJa " "-ear 1 7 s i Jav witi- Jixoaw : - al trail eoiti.. SunIa ' - isttiSxEr CT- i-A..i i ai, . . -.;' I- ! we-. .Uil nli "" 1 -r week, daili dJ sundav . " """ TW CB A-VV f-KK MWI -K. J ulluOaa ilotvdav ana TliursKlav hm jwr Ji w Item lw draft, epre. "WW!' "t. r ,,-rea letter. "TT J r KeJ-cte cnmnrunleatlotni raom I returned under ut circumstance rntee-d ot the t offlee a . Ixwl 1H . fee tnst-ctass matter IH3IESTIO WASTAGE "KR CTW'T J cb ten and twelve r.I . ' 00? s isteen ettrhteen and terente pm- .' cat fer on or 3 rent for Tit, paper ent two lo twentv 'isM Jitte- Th rtT page . " cents eiits Hell KtnloeS rsenrthc-Itoora Mam SOU A I Jltortal It..eptiwi Koom . ..Park li A t SATURDAY. ...

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. — 20 January 1900

TiTR KEPFBLIC. SATT"RPAY. JANUARY 20, 1000. A V V k NEW PUBLICATIONS. 30,000 COPIES SOLD In Advance ol Publication. Stranger Than Fiction ALBLKl ROSS' NEW NOri. (.GIO.OOO topics of his Novels have been sold Write for Catalogue ni hi other l!ooIs. r-oi.n 1'vli.vuhfiii e ! iriu litre on receiptor pr..o i .labour I il !i" "v G.W. DILLIN6HAM CO.. Publishers. Ken York. T!nrr'! Cnfo 1- it,ct the jiirf tn rest, re fresh on. - m.ti...r u 1: i ' -h'T li1 list when dowr.i iwn for i J'-. '- pur. hasim:. "Well-cooked f.. d diintllv vrJ at mod erate cost, will be ready every Jay. ELECTRIC R0ADSJN HAWAII. Plans Have I Seen Perfected for .'.10 Miles Around Honolulu. Eao Francisco. Jan. 1? -L r. Matthews cf Cleveland. O., r-; re s.nting an Eastern syndicate, which promises to niritnic: electric rallrea.is in Hawaii, is on his way Immo. 1I. savs that .". nnv lrf- ex pended, ani added "In the i ir future more than a million dolla;-1' w-rth of tie nnd lumln-r will t- -hipp-d from l-uget isjund polnta ...

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. — 20 January 1900

TnEriTCPrttTJC: SATURDAY. JAXFATIY 20. 1000. Two-Cent Stamps, in any quantity from $10.00 op, at 2 per cent discount. Only city sales solicited. Call on cashier St. Louis Republic. Seventh and Olive. jffjiMOHEYIflLOAH The his rn am unt 1 ,nej 1 m "". la inoriji j. eir) and all ar ei c! ili " Ida i - In al vv rale- of Irrt H ll nets f t'l-t j cxnEJr-itUL t urej.-rii 1 1 -" S. VA5M RAALTE & CO., 12 one! 14 S. Tourtn St. tTTSTAHLISHED IQ74 Moles f V- i imi i.n i i Tii . 'l nil us H-I- t-i .j I .e 1.1.1'IKI r. CITY lTHM. ' 1 ' f t'l 111 t 'I- 'a I v t I hot . ll 1- n J ti l-t.ls llx. J tip -in,. io ij--j jni tt n He t- torn- vvnh uMiujri mm- Iroin the im- - -.!, vl hll Ireii - gio.sit nirv J I i il .it laWtUll- -tv-d .p i.nlil to- '.- pi Mm. a. lliliniiii- C-e.t Hank mjiU ' She Bill tie a f. uii-h molh-r who j,' t- this -;'.nllU oppor- WOMAN SUFFRAGC!RCULAR. A-im.;.I Cuint-ntiua of tin Anua timi Xi-vt Mouth. ' " .inriUdi onr-i ,n o th National A i an Woman ; ilYrag1 A uiiation w It ...

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. — 20 January 1900

yiVWAWVSV fFART II. ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC I, Printed tn TWO PARTS. 8 PAGES. 9 AAVVA?WWssi' fcVWAiVSViAVft'AftAAa In "!. I. mil I TTr,T? J Outside- St. 1 lt-lv,HH on Jrniiis. i, Hnr Cent. I. mill. Two Cent. '1 hrre Ont. ST.Lons.ro.. paturiay. .jaxiwky iu ijmmj. NTXETY-SECOXD YEAR. HUGHES IS AFTER PANAY FILIPINOS IRREPRESSIBLE WITNESS IN THE CLARK CASE, LADIES SUMMONED BEFORE THE JURY- 4 x iXwl-iCl Insurgents Chased Tliionjjh Tlirco Towns and Their ('aji: tal Oecniiied. Wives of Prominent ICeiitiirkians Tesiiiiiil at iheColson Shimi in-i liniiiry. Accountant Rector Refuses to Be Stopped From Telling All He Knows Chaplain of Montana House Testifies. THEIR LOSSES ARE HEAVY. GRAND JURY'S ODD DISCOVERY. Till? k Ss.C !. - fit. 1 K V I V Washington. Jan V-T' o li'ir rr b-f.iro tho Senate. Committ. un I'mil. -' s aid Kleclioiis. In tho c.-e of St n itor 1 rh o' Montana, developed four m- w witnesses anl continued to a. UdIIi tlio testimony of the Hccountant. Hector, who had be...

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. — 20 January 1900

TTTE KErUnLIO: (sATITiTiAY. .TAXTTAIsY 20. IflOft. n i HOUSE PASSES THE PENSION BIL1 Jfr. Curl is of Kansas Load'; an At tack Lnon Commissioner llvjins. MEMBERS TO HIS DEFENSE. They Charge That tlio Anult Was Instigated Iv Hie Sliaiks in WashinjrHm I'V'-s of AnoiwjR. w i "P! rict-s.rn nrt,rn" j i ri injf H". -3 -i'. was passed I,i i ,P to-' iv It was mide tun i hle of an attack upon the Contnib-sion-r of Pensions by Mr. Cuttts (Ktp) of Kansas. ho was seconded t Mr Lentz md Sir Norton of Ohio. Jlr Itoblnson of I-.d.ana and other Northern Imo.rals AH ii itighcd against the lack of liberality !a e administration of the perston ten. The Coram ifslo:xr ta atlv def. rides! by n score of members fnm both sides of the II .use. Mr. Mahon Otcp of Pemv.)liania .'nrped that the a-j .It upon him hid hren instigated by the "p.r-in sharks." of th a city, who ucro robbine the o'J soldi, rs. s a result of the latter' s disci, suris a riir was put up" the rsili bj un liummn i nsent empowering the C i...

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. — 20 January 1900

TTTERrcPTTtLlO: SATURDAY. JAXUARY 20. MOO. GS fv J9 l V V V CHURCH NEWS AND SUNDAY SERVICES. Tho HVvcivnd Ch.irles II. Murray Tk i . i-rn t .. oi raiiiiym, jio-, -;-copr a Gall to i. Louis. COiViES TO IMMANUEL BAPTIST. Hta'trh of the Itfvrn'Uil Doctor Moor-go W. Adilicks X'w (ier- 111:111 M. 12. Pivsidiiif; K.diT Y. II. G. A. Notes. IiKI'1-Bf Jf si'mti. I'altn.vra. Mo.. Jan. -Tl f KeVeretid tut lt 1L Mutr.i ttill.tfiKjtr Ms r--is-n.iii.in as tis.tor of the Ilrst I'.aptlt cfciir. h cf this t-ity next Sunday moiulns .'i.l tho loltowmg day will foiually ac t 1 t the call tendered Inm tt eervo as 1 a- . r trf Imnunut'l Baptist Church of St. .Air. juurr.iy u. trry mar ... m . .. i. gallon, and his re-igi atlon will be It.d with s:n.tt; ss.riuw. Anmng the i -us if l'.ilm.. la. he Is h. W m high in. ai'U his. d partuie fioiu IMlnivrj, vi ! If the ocu-ioi. if k :iu!i o t.gret. The 1 . -t H ijitii tliit.h ha reaped n.-b, rt s .Its lrotn 1.'- v.oik. lie is "lie "f th r -ns skuiis iir-u ! . ra...

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. — 20 January 1900

TTTE REPUBLIC SATURDAY. JANUARY 20, 1000. 4 ds. to Your Dm Tale Yon HejwillsendjHwm mUSE NO STAMPS. AllSWCiS 10 KCpODilC VYfllll A jlulo h STEAMSHIPS. japm-china w-rry: j...-... Co.. ,.c,d.-ntal & l'ri.,fc r- S -. ai.l i til K S. Co Pram San I'rai" : H "" "". tuna .!.". trv -'. I'" '",' Nl' l"'n Sl.ir-i." I'l-briei-v J. l.r rat 1 '' r I'- MB. a'"K 1. 1' '1 ; -1-1 . ir j C A!..ir .. . : ' O..V. SITUATIONS VANTED-FEMALE. Three "daes r..r I1!? c-nts. HarU Ad-Itl.n-I Ur.e. T!.e Cats n.t-a. CVlACHMtX Sltuaii !i l.v n .ir.. iiailu.. m .ir r. -tn-i r. it.4 Sto.U.-iid M. .ill r m.te. ittK-A tea.lv c. 1..-..1 uttnti ass d-s-b-asuer .r . ink. it in u ict-. m!u- M Ada'l s n. 0.11K Situation bv csielh-nt .W-ti tn !; f r riMie famil: ins a'.'"S; iiei.-M. . , . Mor-nati st. IVMtKKRKrEU -c. njpct- t n as iKH.kk.H-ii r. "tni:i ladv "a:tt p i. I ti .r i,-t.eil ii- I-evi.rk. 1... !-. Tivl.ir .i . ""lUirSKWoKK-Situation ' do :"''' ' i--n r... tnnall fan.ll. pott-Is mil i'--ti 1 4 w Mi.- n ji". . L...

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. — 20 January 1900

THE KEPTTP.TJr: SATFUDAY. JANUARY 20, 1000. 5 I K V WANTED TOEXCHANGE uuai. i:s-i".vri: to j:.chacc. I'llt Kx..it.:c V..j,.l . . : i m I- . r ,, ) 'i: It in v . . i.l UK. lot HI 3'' t- Mi- . .1" I W 'il i'1'' '' ta- inn.' t. p .!..- ii s' l TO Kv ':-. ri.hu nut. Mranlun" S ' tr". I, ill 1.1. a-M',.tM;H v..i r "i. J due v'-'V ijii' -'"-- .itt.-ti.-i-t: .i Kce-.iait-ii.fi. ii i i.-i i . - t: . Ti'-ltVr K,-- Vint is- v..i? 1- !l . .'-.-on K'.il t-l." "! In-tni-nt 4. n.,,.11... -II aVn'.ui. LruMlt .; i.itMtWi. iMtui'iiitTVUi i:ch i: SWl'I.K nn.I 'inna fii.i!.-. I'.etv .-sal liar ri -- f'T ttile mhat htve u'"". llMli-. MUSICAL. A mV SIJHHT1.Y rSHI I'priirtlt Panes jt 1, w pric-f. l nsl Squr- Pt-."s at any prtc i .n-an. bwlu n' alia esu-.al.an.l. at rare tar- Vd'"" Tun r-Ti:T co. 9.o:ive s. FOI: al-.line l.ai salts n t . feci s- .'-.IIulJ pianos, e.i.l .m tianiel 45 I -anker Pla'io latieaiiv . Fourteenth and Xertll M.'lot si -TIIliirl I Low J in Sunrr Trt'iw-w" a-U t' . ther tate-t ar.i p...

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. — 20 January 1900

F) 6 TTTEriRrrr,TJC:RATUKDAY. JANUARY 20,1.000. h GRAin MARKETS MADE A FEW SLIGHT GAIiiS, BUT WERE DULL , miti.i: T(i;i:is i mii:iitiim; i-o win: it mi imiii'i wit i:i it sum:. TRADE DULL AND LIGHT. coiin mm: ,vi:ik t munt M-m-r m iMiiti 1:11 IIITI.IT. i 1.1: ii him. Tim it . OATS WERE WHOLLY NOMINAL. t. r sil- -.n har.l i- 3 .ric IX-LN hotu- J .1st Wheat Jan Mai . . . Imv Jan . office flei-iiMi.-. Widav, J.i ii w, 5 Another one of those tame. 4iiiet and un interesting markets, so fr-iiient of late, in the local firatn pit on -ctunee. wa -x-I!raff(i to-day. though the situation In a number of tyavs. showed up more encourap Inly from the start, ami a very fair im provement took place Ir. several of the pcseulatlx... market" Indeed, with the ln le ''-toptlon of com. nhicb rub-d tjk and Iwr. all ttit- speculative markets or this co-entry reflected a stronRer undertone. ond. althoueb the gains tb'michout the lay iV4sre small and speculation dracfted very much. there bring but lit:l impr...

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. — 20 January 1900

TnE-RErrrjjr:SATiTvDAY. januaky 20, moo. 1,.X FINANCIAL. STEAMBOATS. FINANCIAL FINANCIAL. :.iiui:it 5ii-M--'iPPi Lee Line Steamers. BOATHEire BANK, lull "ILMlPIM M M I. V M " " t JJ I -a. !' P- 3 7 k W. IT. LEi:. President. OEO. i: IIOKPMAN". Cashier. D. II. FRANCIS. Vice Prldnt. it. T. STl'IMKON. As.s't Cashier. A. L. EHAI'LinGH. "d Vie President. 1). A. PHILLIPS, "d Ascs't Cashier. The Merchanfs-La&Iede iafiona! Bank OS1 ST. LOOTS. Concfenscd Statement of Condition at Clos; of Business, Dec 2d; IS03. RKSOURCKS. Cah nnd Pxsjlit Ktcliar.irp $r.,13l.2:"..Ci3 Loans, pax able on ileniacl 2,T7l,CP0.:W at fixed ilalei l,70lI.S11.21 V.i.OP.l fil United States Itonds due li'lS S5j.00U.0J .'remit-in on same 10.000.00 Other nonds. Stocks, etc I2'.r.r.l.7 Keal Estate tjT.irK.oU UABIMTinS. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided ProSls . Circulation . . . Deposits, Individual . ... Hanks aid Ranker . . " United States ..tt.S11.22:5.2o .. ::.4v-V- i'l .. :.ii,-,:!.t; 411.1 r.,S32.12 S1.400.C00 ...

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. — 20 January 1900

s TnjJT?TCFFTT,TO: SATURDAY. JAXFAttY 20, lnnn. $3 SOMETHING ABOUT THE AFFAIRS THAT INTEREST WOMEN. I'KETTY DESIGN EOU THE WHAT TO WEAR INDOORS. Daintiness Rather Than Ele gance Should Be the Keynote of This. nr TVror.T! '-sT( PtHTTTI HJi' ! ir- t grl ir t I r woinin who . I out tl i' S S " s .lough 0 t of doz ns of .iese a tar. jud a 1 o look aftr h.r wardrobe mil be ill times perf.itly dressed when In- - .s Hell as when out. but this Is the ptional woman. It Is the woman of i,e or stmll means who finds it iome cr of a trouble to tlres fultabl ami ilv when at home. And, orr am I 1 -I 11 f, t t t t hi It, the raajoritv of women take all t ht'le care v.lth their home toilets, n- -.t iiHn 'oompani" occasion" Now. t il iinty woman, the w .man who thinks It worth whllo to appear n'tr tito In tho exH of hr 1 in 'old as well as among stranger. 1 is jm ttv anj becoming little coitumc" for t' bt.akfa-t as wIl -" Uie supper table. 1 "-t of all to be considered is the little il'.mff sacque th...

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. — 21 January 1900

cvvMNvy.,vvv'AAwrV ?vjwjAysv.sVNAVSr .vvwva ST. LO m n TO-DY'S REPUBLIC: Tae Sptclmt Mall eaittos ir Printed lit Three Parts. THeSueamy XmgatfBa! I'riuttil la One Part. PART I JilVy L ; ,., fi A Jl. At I'AVxJiB. mi-vuiuHT, isjo. l'.v itiilisheiis. geup.gb KN.rp & company. 0 WrfWVVWV. V WWAA1 CvAn'VVvvwA!V,vwvG I'KICE l-TYE CENTS. ST. LOUIS, MO.. SrXDAY. .JAXrAIJYlM. WOO. NIXETY-SECOXD YEAR. '. - vr Y jf IJTTU n TTTTi S-J U' B S P-S w JI j u IlliU j V I. V AMERICANS SAY THE BRITISH WILL LOSE, i Less Than Half of tin- Adult I'.oers Thus Far Ilae I'.i . 11 Called to Anns-. PROVISIONS ARE PLENTIFUL They Haw Ammunition Enough for Three Years, and Every ' Yirtory lias lleen Won With Inferior Fonts HY THOMAS F. MILLARD. Adn. Mrl jv. Jan. 8. -t.c. pyricht. I. bv Jarais Gordon Hi r.nett.V Aineri. in pas sengers on the steamship Km nig (rum the Transv.-t-l m ike the following statements concerning the war: The total of the Boer losses In the entire war in killtd, wuuicicti' and prisoners....

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. — 21 January 1900

TIIK RHIMT.LK1: SUNDAY, JANUATIY 21, 1000. TO-DAY'S NEV.'S IN BRIEF. -" -rVVQ rzqspzz o i TH ......t r-.tr.-, were 5 to S per cent for ell and Ji.no loans. n.-arlnKs. 5 ... LaUn.s. JIWSW. Nv York exchange. r..nium bid. T ln ...turn asked. N. r U n- jar J.W. V j.re-nitum 'Y ' . ., Ml' p.,r bid. i". ;.r. nuum a-k.-d t in. -. ia. , r.mmm bid. SW premium asked. . .n c!i.n..u ,Mr bid. Kc premium a"- T. l...tl whe.it market closeel 1-Uh. r at f.T .-k.-t Jan.. 6SV.C bid Ma. W '' J"u 7.1 N.. 2 rl: corn rta-ed lower at .lie notn I. ! Ja". SlViM-- bid M-. rvii.'..- w ,i. . w li-.-l ' -1'- n""""-'1 Jm' VI . led Mit. M'.-c No- - , chicaso wlwat .MWslOT at Co r,.1 .T.r CGc asked Ma. t.wWV J" t ., . i..in1 higher at .-'(. nominal Jan. , -.',. M:iJ. WV J"': -lts' clos-c'1 al immlnal Jan. 3NSpe- May. I h- l..-al mark.t for standard r.ic-s pork ... 1 -lead at II S for old and at J v: - for nrn; prime steam lard close-el ' . n.li al at i'JSo. choice at SCe. T e local market for spot cotton closed O-1...

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. — 21 January 1900

THE "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUAKY 21. 1900. :lnal Clearance of PRINTED PROMISES of giving greater values than St. Louis ever knew before will be faithfully kept. GENEROUS, Rounding Up the .... LACES. Ele inery. L NORA1AMJIK VALENCIENNES LACES A large lot of perfect, clean goods, in beautiful patterns ; just what the Indies will admire for underwear trimming and fancy work; genuine imported laces; wecloseout be fore stock-taking at reduced prices some half. 11C Lace, l'i In wide Tor 3o He lK", .' Id, Tide. For 5o 1 o Lnco 'i id ii!- r.,r So !-' Lace 3', ts wide For 90 l7e Lac-. In w.du l-'-ir"o 111; La-e V- in -Tide For5o INSERTIMl TO HATCH. ec. IK In nMo 3Q "i.Iln wide. Ao 3c J wide. 8 O See how prices have taken a tumble for the last week f the Great Clearing Sale. ovv is the time to buv clieap y a hat that you can feci a priJe in wearing. :RENCIi FCL.T MATS Onlv 75 of them ami no two alike. Price cuts made in every dept. Thousands of useful, season able bargains all over the store. i...

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. — 21 January 1900

'I THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY l, 1000. aTMgayt-BeKcasaEESSKPTWWai We Close the Hecord of Our Fiscal Year Which means that this is the Last Week of the Tremendously Successful Year that has emphasized our Golden Jubilee. Every article in stock to-day that bears the hallmarl of purchase in 1899 MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS of ITS COST to BARR'S. This is in ac cordance with the policy that dominates Barr's and gives you bargain advantages unknown elsewhere vf LTi F if Mr4 I iup EL el n Mm i isaJ jbJP Kiwiwffii Ezssy ' i up holstery. ." fa-rv tuii-.s, i Lj pairs Una. For only just one more wk our oiftr to rcuphohtcr furniture without charge for the labor holds good, but this is a par ticularly good week, for thi reason that our line of coverings, the largest in the city, is marked at stirh extremely Io-sv prices that it will be greatly to your advantage, as you will readilv see by carefully reading our quotations. Thjs week we offer in bed room curtains: Unified Fishnet fur- C ( n S.-'.'f...

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. — 21 January 1900

THE KEriTBLTC: SUNDAY, JANUABY 21. 1900. Underwear. From 8 to 10 We offer you choice of a Mlf table loaiieil wiin lau es nd Children- Wool and Klt(f rnd e 'niton Vesis -iud l'lats. wurlh up to II J .it each N Ladies' Vests. Machine Thread. Placquet Sets. Embroideries. Window Shades. Children's Furs, i; S FramKtnin vn,1f.r mmmii? we'll From 8 to 10 Monelav we offer Kinc's From 8 to 10 n. m. Monday 50 cross ? From 8 to 10 Monday vie offer fine From 8 to 10 On 3d floor 3x7 feet. From 8 to 10 Children's fancy white I sell Ladies' Jersev Ribbed I-levee f 7 well-known machine thread, n P ) of -ilk Covered Hulion Pucqiici pr Y inbroi.lcrles. up UT tncbes Me. S ) opaque window ahaaea. In all colors.- S l3ib fur nets- ma! and collar P f a Wit table liia.ie.1 wiin M - fl i until VtLsanil fhilinii s 1 i'ere L ax) yur: spools-black or white) W S Sets. In colon, only, and aetuil L, f MlehtlT soiled iro worth full T I'0oU J raoanteid on best sprini; rollers. I ( ' to match worth .."vc-ln baio- ' ...

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. — 21 January 1900

6 TTTE RTCPFttLIf1: SUNDAY. JANUARY 21, Tf)00. a r BRIGHTER BITb fl-ROmi Merry as Well as Pathetic Incidents Gleaned Prom Letters of the Men Who Fight Only to Kill. special cnr-nEsroxnirxcr: Lisdon. Jau. 12 This xvtek letters fmm snldlera In the Transvaal have- Ins n pour ing in upon their friends at home, and ex- itlng im idents are rel.t.d Seme Inter. st int; details and Information from .Moil dor lttver hae Just been retfivid Private Washington vt thi Seoul Coldstream iluards, writ Ins of the Moddcr 1 liver h.u t.e. Hi" We were nlv sent there as targets tht i-. t.. el'ivx tin- Itotr lire whllo tho river a helm; ir-w-d at the ford. We lay there under tne tn..st terrinc llro for five hours. "For fiur hours we were :b!e to rep!?, rt the end of uhlcb time our ammunition ave out. Then eime a terr.lile suspense, for all tht ammunition bearers were shot as they attempted 'o bring up more. md ' could not .advance and cliarst. lieraus of the rli. r "Eveniua'l Ihey sent the ArgjII and Suth...

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. — 21 January 1900

? NEWS FROM THE OLD WORLD CAPITALS--BY CABLE TO THE REPUBLIC. WAR FEVER STRONG IN GREAT BRITAIN. HIS DAUGHTER TO GO ON THE STAGE, FATE OF NAVAL BILL ST.LL UNCERTAIN. ROYAL YOUNGSTERS : SORT OF HORSES THE BRITISH WANT, BE IN PROSPECT. FOB SOUTH AFRICA iJ TTTIO KHITRLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, T.lOO. iWar So Popular That the Minis-try Stands To Day Firmer Than Ever. CECIL RHODES'S GREAT POWER. tEnplish Ladies Working to Make Soldiers Comfortable -Kaiser William Said to Have Transvaal Intere.sts. SPECIAL BY CAULK. lomlon. Saturday. Jan. -3 (Copyright. lft-). by James Gordon Bennett.) To bo abl to appreciate th- vast wave of patriot ism which dominates Great Britain to-day one must absolutely live hero. The war fever was strong before, but he calling iut of the Yeomanry, the military and the pick of the voli.nteers. brought the uar Mill more ncutelv home to every household. Kven suppose that they never corny into action, the calling out of the citizen for'-s lias made the war rnimlar that ...

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. — 21 January 1900

THE TCBPFBLTC: ST'XDAY. JANUARY 21. TOOO. MRS. KATIE WILKINS robbed of nearly ?. She said she had I p i r-n -a fpp I-- &"" 1 O T f W iacr.hff.GRtA LOVE FEAST OF Sin. c the robhtrv she I1v.il in apprehension vaAa-'r rt "V 7 Li I JUflU VS IL (IRNED TO DEATH. t MMm tliinir .i comu t h.PT't: an.l it Ls muimimm that h T.t-.U her lU- Inraue' she m.is afraid of the wrath of the "Vpliit world. LLIN01S DEMOCRATS. niim ! r-iiiiwi ii mint "" -am rrr.;r.' uuy J?tain3ig.':y.iaii.j. '- v., I tzt " ffi iJ Explosion of a Lamp Which She Was CatTvinj: Threw Oil Over ilor I Mess. HUSBAND LABORED IN VAIN. ii Almost Sacrificed Tlis Life Tryinc to Save Hers Her I'atiipr Also Is Nearly Prostrated. i:t T'ie explosiiin o? a pnal-oll lamp In the 1 miN nf lira. Katlp "Willilrs at her homo vi Hillon ytreet Jat night caused her death ind resulted in s-erlous Injuries to tier lius I t.J. John tVllklns. who Kltnss??d her ter-r.t-Ie death, and nearly sacrifleed his own l.e in the frantic endeavor to s-.ive her...

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