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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. SEGAUSE CHAPPELLE'S TRIP SEEMS A FAILURE. HE WOULD EAT HAM. si n n u f5 a 7V l-I IVV ,4i && 11 2 a Abo Goodman :mil Mis Lena I ly- nionson Disnirteeri After ob- tainiujra License to Wed. Indications That the Papal Dele gate .MiMiitorpieted the Presi ilriil's Utterances. T ue ii it J th maiv curvi r tietit w . r b r wn nctiiturrs. x u' t f r f It Iw- In i n u i the i at incut cf Compiled by the Greatest Living Authority ON CrIAREvjBAL DISEASES HE SAVED HER LIFE IN RUSSIA. OTIS'S INTERFERENCE FORCED. I a $k W'1 i Bran MJ5 F3 a B TT 1r Bva s w" x k ii a "A$ 111 i 13 u i K fJa H hi V& f '"'-'c "." :vv ':l'VV'iTvT's v-fs. .:.'.-.:- -. -:-.'.-.'.-.7tt. fJi:m'':-'sy-'?-..fs..:&J& J' fj2sUr v If V CI2uit' f rt?iir alx? Va -rcrt n t - ii In whit k TttH sufh croxnl i ii i r t oi -w th use cf the r rum- A a wek aftr Trek new n inici n. , rar, J not thla .renjs't.tn .ur cmvJctUn? AHOTHE.. GRATEFUL PATIENT A prominent clergy man, known...

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. — 21 January 1900

THE RtflTIiLir: SUNDAY, JAXTAUY 21. WOO. 10 If BRYAN WELCOMED AT BALTIMORE. Spoke I'.efoien Crowdi-tl House Tii- dT Auspiees of Maryland Dein- dt-nitic Association. TAX AND MONEY QUESTIONS. I.oth Arc Destined to Ajsiin "ine lino l'roininencein the v'oiniiij; I ':iuii:iin K.vpects I em ucmtic Vielory. Ha"tn.T.-. M.I.. Jan. 3). William J. Itrvan d. Ilvci.-d an address here to-niKlit upon the poir.i. al questions of the day to an audience which filled the Music Hall, the bti-gest auditorium in the city, to Its fulles' apa.dty. and which ureeted him and his remarks with the greatest enthusiasm. Tho mealing was held under the auspices o the Maryland Iemooratic Association. one of the freo silver wings of the Pem- ratlc party of the State, and was not eti ouraged In any manner by the regular Iicmo'Tatic organization. In fact, the lat er hell strictly aloof from any partlclpa lon In the affair. They made no effort to Us-ouiase It in any manner, hut not one ft the le.-nocratlc leaders appea...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE RTCPriJLK1: SFXPAY. JAXUAJRY 21, 1000. A MAIL CLERK'S EXPERIENCE i j' Ami lint ( :mif ,,r it. I The occupation if a rallw 11 m ill clerk Is pp. tillarl) arduous and un ho.-mm. . Inns hours of uurk rutuinng t'u- . loi -I atti-u- Ainn no,iri alw.us landing oonlired in a tujt i.ir i w 'I a, tin emit ual ultra ton nf rapid motion make thi . up.itlon u undesirable one fiom .1 health Maud o!nt A rilln.ii m.ili clerk on the Mierlmin 'einral running l.etin . n Detroit ind 4 iil- t.-- -.n- m i.iiimion nun main my .'11.. n rtni.l. m- l sulfcrcd for -time ars r.un mi .'i.-nn it att.i.k of piles, brought n mi phin 1.111 t..l.l me. ! m ooeupa rt th- . ' . i ..nllnenierit In a ur and en v io-Ii,., I t -i mil mi m- f.ii for hours cgcti,, th. Mlt .u ilirni n.i lti..!.t un-k- r. ill.- .,n.l 1 m.i- ..Mi;:. .1 tn r -rt to the io . f on tin. ut m.l salv. - !- gne -i t. m-)"-ir reii. t wlul. 1 cut through nlih my '.ik I - IT r 1 - lung from .il. Iliat I lli !i i i It',. lH. . of am -a. i thin as . i...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

12 THE TIKrrr.LTO: SfXDAY. .TAXVAKY 21. TOfll). GOLSON IHDIGTED IY GRAND JURY. Pharped With tlie Willful Murder of Ethelbert Scntt :intl L. II. Demaree. ACCUSED STILL VERY WEAK. Friends Snv Tluii lie Will He Able to I'rori Si'If I)efeii-e Many Offers of Legal Assist ance. nnrrni.ic steciau rrankfort. Ky.. Jan. Indictments for murdfr In two counts against Colonel Uavta ;. Colson. ana two Indictments a-rainst him f..r carrvlnK concealed and deadly weapons were returned lv the FVankUn Gnind Jury shortly after noon to-day. Willful murder of Kthelbert Scott unl I. II. Hemanv Is charRi d In the Indict menus. No indictment was returned for the IUH Inc of e'liarlts Julian. l'..iuw of the difTer . i.-e of opinion is t.. wha-ther he wan Killed In Col-son or Scott. This conclusion wa reached by the rand Jurv afttr tiftv nitrt -...-. had been exam ined No evid-me oa' adduced to support the thcorv Hut a third pcrs-ou was -n-C.iged in "the -HoolinK. The indictment for the murdtr of ticoti is as f...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TTTK KEITTSLIC: .SVX1.AY. JcVXr.UtY 21. T!)00. 33 ii ! ' i. t K V V INTERSTATE TEXAS RATES PROMULGATED Notices Sent to the Chairman or the Southv eMem Fiei'-iht Coinniiltee. MANY ARTICLES AFFECTED. Promt inj: Srstcni KeestnblUhed I.ivi Stork Shipments Cana dian Pacific Ajiwei Kailroad News. The f.l lowing changes In interstate Texas ' v- hiM? he-n promulgated to become ct- fc. tie upon dates named, in accordance vm'U Individual notices filed with the thair nat f ti ,. Southwestern Freight Comimt e. . " f "ve February I. ISflO. rate from Day - .th Bend. Detroit. Cleveland and I 'st':ri, territories to Texas points will i.e i 1 -hed on the lowest combination of r t li-lud rites, with the privilege of equ il-ii- s i rough all BalMUys; provibd. th tt r .- 1-nm lnti Trn !!3te points mil not 1 ..ft- ted hy sueh equalization: It Ising U'i der-Ku- that the ha rntan shall ie r m, 1 r-otifl 1 of c-omhinatios s of t '' ' i" rates, bisin; on points oth r than tho-e whkh i nes arc turned m iir.i...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

u TIII keitblic: hi'xday. jaxtvvuy 21.1000. in ATTEND Extraordinary Bargains in every department. You never saw such Low Prices on Fine Shoes. Men' Fine Tan Shoes, $5.00, cut to .83,95 Men's Fine Enamel Shoes, Q Q ft P 34.00, cut to . .. -OOiT-J Men's Tan and B'acfc Shoes, 33.50, cut to CQ IR U'-'ilu 83,95 83,45 Ladies' Tan and Black Shoes, 35.00, cut to Ladies' Tan and Black Shoes, 34.00, cut to- - Ladies' Tan and Black Shoes, 33.00, cut to .82,45 A deep cut is made on many other lines. See goods and prices in show windows. 411-415 N.JROADWAY, STEAMBOATS. IflUUn Mississippi H8! FOR ARI-QRIS. The EleBart SUf ell Lirt in, Ljs, led frtfatrers II GUY IB HIT Of SI O IV1II leave St L. uis f r Nv "rJeap Ptruarv 1" Cairo Flrjm l1 Miiph Ph-iary n. Helena February Z- Or- r . ie Prrair 3 t hfctu-ff February 2-1 arrims at New Orleans Fehruar.. Ilth o thew McMrner are the r-arcet. F:n"-t and y-ihj -t on th" M iipt Iti.r havirir t-r c n niif for I'atnsers The cuibne will le tf the tw Fire f r r ...

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

eWv PART II. I I 10 PAGES, f T.LOUIS RE corvitiGUT. is:o. by ruuL.isin:rts. gfohgk knapp & company. LIC. TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: r 4e Special mtt eeuion 1$ Printed fa rar.e farts. The Snnday It a 3 nine s frlnttd In One Tart tVVWWWWAAWAi NIXETY-SEOOXD YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO.. SUNDAY. -JANUARY 121. 1000. rrJCE, FIVE CENTS. XS$OC$C0O0OOO FTH 5' P Stands Without an Emaal in Actual Honest Baro-ain-Civins". Which is Forcibiv Berrmriftirated in This Advertisement. V The first line of redoubts lias been stormed and taken!! THE SECOND LINE IS YET UNTOUCHED!! And will be stormed this week by the people of St. Louis, and our own gallant battal- j ion of 1,300 men and women, who will be of the scaling party. Look out this week for shot, shell and grapnel!! with greater devastation and loot than ever!! fr THE PUB t) f X. HAKBKEROHIEFS. FIRST FLOOR Huge bargains going in the great Siegcl-Hill-nun Bankrupt Stock. f Wnjim-A'l I. " n Hindoo vhi.-f. jr., 5 Siege' llilinun price- luc oarp-Ico t)L. Women ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TTTE EEPT'BLTO: SUNDAY. JANUARY 21, IflOO. rt GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF BILLER'S REPULSE AT THETIGELA British Indomitable Under a Hur ricane of Iron and Lead. First Detailed Narrative of One of the Fiercest and Bloodiest Battles in Modern History. Frr-f-iAt. roRRnsroxpnNCE. in m:xxETT burleigh. rhieioleycamp. Dec. IS. (Copyright. 1M. by Jann Gordon Bennett.) All was In rcadlnes- in tin' camps of the left column before daylight on Friday. December 1"' What with packing baggage and miking ready, there had Iceii few hours left for rc-t to officers ami men. Sleep, even In campaign clothes ami boot--, by order. Is not a'w.is possible. av to the east of the railway went the cavalry, under the onlT of Dundonald. nnd several of the batteries. Hart's Fusiliers went oft to the west, the Irishmen a g.-v and a pleased as Bunch to be in the van. With them also were fiild suns and ivalr I think the Thirteentli Hussars were on the right (east), ami the Royals on tne left, but neither o the crack regiment...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE UEITIiUC: SCXDAY. JANUARY 21. TSOO. a DEAD FISH AND STENCH IN THE DRAINAGE DITCH, PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF THE BEAR-TRAP DAM AND ITS WORKINGS. What the Chicago River Extension Shows at Lockport The Legally Required Amount of Water Not Yet Turned In. if- i) l In. kport. lit.. Jan. 19. I"ir: at' indistinct Mndl f -ewer gas. held down fls to the ground by tho moist, foggy air. ami grow ing mon distinct on appnurh: then a sight of a cr"at rid so of jagged linn-stun!, shat tered hy blasting, rising probablv thirty feet above tli.- level of tin- country. tli.-n. cllmb-l-g tli.- ridge on a rickttv mg'it of stilrs. a -uddrply augment.-1 stench of -ewer ;: r,.l a, sight of a vast ohlotn: basin. Ttn feet n ...-. ir. titling awav as far the eye t . t.l.I r. .uli. built of seven-foot thick wails !' . .in. ret.-, and filled with H dirk, hluish-f-a tl n.l. .ovcred in part h a thin .isii if i. .n.l in part by a cr- a-v, iridescent t-. urn. .u.'l. stone? .load, frozen in tin; icu hero, floating on...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TIHE I&EZPTTIBXjIC : STTj- 0 mi J ?" rial SSL. g Do you think Nature ev should have short, stubby, at the ends and falls out so'ea not, for such hair is unnaturs long and thick, soft and glos not have just this kind, the little by giving your hair a g she will appreciate it ark Ayer's Hair Vigor certain doubt it ? Then you must c mony of thousands of perse just such letters as you read this is enough to convinced Most hair preparations "sometimes" do this 'and "sometimes" do that; it's a hit-or-miss game all the way through. Now, if you want color restored to your faded or gray hair, you want it restored. You don't want to play blind man's buff with yourself, dodging around here and there accomplishing nothing ! When it comes ' to this question of restoring color to gray hair, Ayer's Hair Vigor only knows one word, the word "always." It always restores color; never fails, never. " I had a very severe sickness and my hair all came out. I procured a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor and...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

raD.A2"..' j-jLi&TrjiJEirz- 21, 1900. s wer intended you md thin hair? The kind that splits :asrly? Certainly ral Ynnr hoir shmilrl bp firm cmd sfrrn-icr . V- ,.. . -VXJ.,, jumm. -mmm03KFBntJWi'Jl'L l1'11 ni ' """"iffi'i 1 iiiiiii 1 ww'wnrwwTrTT"""''' r"Ti r r ""iitmtt f - 1 hwiim 1 - w 'm ! 3-wJStk Kaar.cMgit?tgiUJsagav-- - itr tyawsga gi jijwi f,v-nt s4aa '--s;; i5!S5wjSi!lS8K?SHBSiiiSi - HBWH szZ- i3y3',S3S! tm- fiig 5rvjMrt.3fcTa if i-Y fr Tw f jiyLyoL vT?7?5T?w3gfta!ra'1'T.i imifcr-:- Ti - ate Fk jwfc'KsvlKBHMMMH ;sy. If you do - " w- J- 11 i tr fcr-- ,v3Li,.is nj'r-s'Tfr iPKBiKci'i v. ..-jh mi -n i jhw 'u ' ia ( -obti 1 'a I l.TTii ' 'MM! II 11 ifiii ' irT1 1 .naff1 "firwirri niiiMM'rw-- - --3:::r-y,KTi?wv fr'W'""TW'flriTmi KrI en suppose you help Nature good hair-food; :i::-:mmm:-tbm:- vyfl iHBEBHHBS!aBelBSH :s ywill give you your heart's desire.""-1 lly makes the hair grow. Do you doubt the testi ons who write us 1 below. It seems to ahy doubter. j " My hair was coming o...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE KEIMT.LIC: st'XDAV. JANUARY 21. 1000. THE OLD THE Of Treating Catarrh, Bronchitis and Consumption. ipnrffi wwm Jiy-5! 'o 2 ,. !r THE OLD METHOD Under Which the Death Rate from These Diseases Increased Over Twenty Per Cent. Annually. m Cm . - i VVw 'I fc."j'?3 TiR3,3?SCi Alii i ft i THE NEW METHOD Wtricb Reduced the Death Rate from Consumption Alone Thirty-four Per Cent. During the Past Year. THIS NEW TREATMENT Has Cured Over Eighty Thousand Persons of Catarrh Since September 1st, 189S. IT CURES BY Coughs, Colds, Asthma and Croup The-two illustrations above-show, mori- plainly than wohIs ran oxjiross. the wonderful chanse that has licen made in the treatment ot respiratory tlisea-es during the past two years. Formerly, any sufferer from Catarrh, Asthma. Cnu Mimption or Bronchitis was at onee plaeed under the e-aie of mne physician and din-eel with all sorts of nauseating drills and tonic-. Kven as far luck as twenty -five years a so. the doctor seenied to lie aware of the fact th...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE KEPriSLIO: SUNDAY. JAXF'ARY 21. 1900. GEYSER, EQ GORRIGAH'S GREAT SOB OF BEH ALL to .hi: i.vi'ehitim. rc-i aiiiut thi: mtioi: tii it .-Ti:i'i'i:ii m:vi:-i:ii.iitii in i:-it at i'it.M ism i. v-r i:i:iv. ny n. J. coli.ins. WRITTUN JXlltTIir SI N1Y IIIII'ITSI.IC Geyse-r. who seenis to lt the best race horse In training at San rraiieisco this in ter, is a S-u'jmiH bay ge Wms by Den All Hot Springs. Geveer was bred at Kancho it! Pao. the tamous California stud, and belongs- to Ed Conlgun. who hj owned some of the greatest thoroughbreds in the histoiy of the American turf. Geyser dis tinguished hlnibelf at Tanforan Park the other day by stepping seven furlongs tn She phenomenally fast time of l'K Hat. He thouldered In9 pounds in lht- race and de feated a held Including Advance Guard. Hon Duran and Tar Hill. The American J record for the distance is l.-a 2-3. made by Clifford at Sheepshcad I Jay. August --. "!M. Clifford was a 4-year-old when he estab lished the American record for the...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE RErrBLTC: SUNDAY, JAXUARY 21, TOOO. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Iiw Kverv Pn In the Xear n UMPiirit- fiHiiini- knvit co Crarlrs V Ivnapp Prist lent ant Gn Mgr George I. .Mien. Ire President. W 1! "arr S- -etarv Office O.rncr seventh an 1 rtllif Street (UKPCUMi' Itfll.PING TKItMS OF STHTtllTION PAIL.T AND Sl.D1 SKX UN ISSVE3 A Pv Malt-In Advance Postage Prepaid. On. vcar J six mentrs -' lU Yl.lTltS . 1 U ny ree diva eirept Sunday, on year. ss rJat villi- Magazine -nc al nail edition. Mindar i i :. i Ji Iiy r AKML'It ST UH'IS AVD Sl'IU'lllM ' v. . dailr onH t "' nt Ivr we .'(Hi and Sunday ' rents Tuin:- v. i:kk ts-scn I ur. .' 1 Mon ta and Thu-sday -one year 11 ) Itet r l lat,k draft, e.r-a. nteney e-de--, cr reg. - si letter aV -TIIF TMT-l'nUt'" M le-ul M es -ted communication cannot be returned an tiri umstances ur 3 r Kntered at the nost office at St Louis. M . as f e m , , matter Mb -tic postvgk pkji rni-v t- ghT trn and twelve page, . 1 cent s.vt-en t-ghtern and twenty race 2 cert...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

titr "REPrr.Lir: srxoAY, January 21, moo. If l MERCANTILE TRUST CO lElGHTll AND LOCUST STREETS. a ol n:ri nn (; hnnnntn u raiii uii omug Huuuuiiid. 4'""' on Certificates of Deposit. any I) on DIH23CTOB.S i.om:7.o r:. nr.ii-v :no. nitr.N imowv mi:n v. 111:1.1., ri;i. uitow v jaiii:. u. in Ti.r.it, JAMl'.s CIMI'lll'l.!.. j.. n. in.ir.ii. r. 1 . ; trss. in:it (,itiii:iiii:("ic, Jr. r. 11. vi.mii.i,-. W II 1.1 Ml MMTITT, 1'MI.HXUN MrMII.I.I.V i-i:ii:it a m;ii.. v i.i.i : iti:t 111 its. HSHrrE-ilSSl vvIl-e..ke',l f. l. d.lntilv s. rv.d .it mud- crate cost. Mill he re.ulv ev.rv Jay. FANATICISM AND CRIME. Preadful ltVliirious. Kiir-s.-f fVrt.iiii Kin'opt-aii Sfct. Thn result jr an an.-ilv-sis of a scrips of local actions tnvoKins prosteution for nlim rurroAiblj- commlit.'-l undT tlic Freell of f.i ratlcal rclisio.is l. -li. fs s rv - t illustrate this I10111U Thus th' .invulsionsts. a Ml rxltlr;r In Parts atoms 17y. vvere wont to crucify mcml- of th.ir tTel-r. in rank tioit of tho ortiftli...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

10 THE REPTTBLir: SUNDAY. JANUARY 21. 1000. map? 1 Bargains From Our January Sat CHOICE SELECTIONS FROM THE FINEST LISES STILL LEFT. F-rS-sLadies' Kt ! am. Pitevt Leather I'.utton, most all sues left, fcO CA lK- reduced f-om St. 1)0 and 5 00 to. ... . . . ?J o JV R "-5 lines Ladies Heavv- Kid and Box Calf Lice, cut - Kl. r from :5 50 to. ' - S? .6 . P f--i--.600 pair Ladle s' 1 mc Urcss Slipper. Patent Leather and Kid, At Cfi BC:Er broken sizes, cut from 1.00 and 5.1.00 to PI.OVJ t?-Ss5 hues Men's Russia Tan Lace, double solo, latest stv les, i O C f -5r reduced from 63 00 to hJsvPVJ Jj-QpaS lines Men's Russia Tan I.ace, double sole, a splendid shoe, gjrt tjtf) Great Inducements This Week in Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes.vJWintcr Stocks All Reduced. Two-Cent Stamps, in any quantity from $10.00 up, at 2 per cent discount. Only city sales solicited. Call on cashier St. Louis Republic, Seventh and Olive. wPcClAL SALE. Ouerconta, Ouorconts. DUMM'Sn 9I2-9M Franklin Ave. We art ntw ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

&WArVVrrAr& TATT TTT THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLI TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: Tbt Special Itsll edlttoa It Printed hi Thne Parts. C Tie Sunday Majatln S JJ Printed la One rrf. lAwv,swy-A)A.AAAo COPYRIGHT. ISO. I1Y 1'UHLISIIRI.B, GEOI'.GK KNAPP & CUMI'ASY ST. LOf'TS. MO.. SUNDAY, .JANUARY 21. 11)00. PKK'EFJYE CKNTS. NINETY-SECOND YEAR. 0. , XI ! JJIiri.'n.lilllllllllll!llllll-a-"r'-'-llllllll!!llllllllllVV"B.'."V!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim'iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii The Last of Sicgcl-Hillman's iLOTHING. But one more day of those matchless values that hare been the talk of the town since this sale started. Monday night ends it. Will you share in thi: opportunity or will you miss it? tou'tl have to decide quickly. Mi-Mir Cnitc Agps.iio I'lliar.dsom-mixed cas Ulliluy JUIla ,,,.,,,.... i thi'sr mm b. m-ipiuaiid S.E3 .aui,a.. urv blur i hi v.o:-r cmy braided i ii. ir inJ ventre :e?rl-l!.l!nian s price i'J JO Famous juice MiAAxr Cnifc-Ases S to S-th- KU tuatTci.-M liiiauy oum niu-nanta...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

w-.. TTTR TIETM'DLK1: ST'XDAY. JANUARY 21, 1000. Mil I II I I il II Mill II il'lil'i In i"TTi-71IT,aifWiH-''-,"''J-,f"'"L'y,'"ByM" (J Cf Another Trade Triumph!! "V ". 'W y r::.'?-s ;,wfo " 50 I.mltes' lacket-. for . . S10.00 I. nl.es- facUcts for . . Slo.00 I.aiiiei" Jackets for.. S20.00 Lailie-.' Jackets tor . . Fur Collarettes. !?. 00 I-'nr Collarettes S2.98 S" 50 Tiir Collarettes S4.98 $10.00 l-'ur Collarettes 5G.50 i v jit I ry i ;M.Jv' t - r . i; '- " ! J "".'. " f z MS jy-a-aggma-3Ffgga'?j?r?g7i i; t .u.y.-ggs SOCIETY Large Receptions Succeeded by Smaller Enter tainments Luncheons, Musicals and Par ties Club Meetings Personal Notes. riuml of -mall festivities seems tn i have been Inaucuiated .-mce the holiday lialls. and lari;e rereptloiis hae about come to an end. Uuchre clubs, rehffattd to fec und nlaeo mi lone as dancins held the floor. are h frlnnim-; to take a prominent place. J . nd js for luncheons, there is no tnd of ihem. Kn-racement announcements ar--numerou-) at pre...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TFTE TJFJTP.LTC: ST'XPAY. .TAXTWRY 21. TOOO. 8 i b RPAMI) PPPF "fifiFFFF" HftY ' ofiHiy rili.lL brnTLL IMI11 ro-rnorrow, .Monday, for one day only, a delicious cup of Hot Coffee, made from tlie famous and well-known "(uglc Brand Liquid Cof fee " will be served at our soda fountain absolutely l-'IM:l:. Our salesmen will she you a check with every purchase, large or small which present at our fountain and drink with us. It's our treat to-morrow. .Monday. FEW OF THiS WEEK'S GREAT LIST OF BARGAINS : A Chsmois 4 Choice Bargains. cal.tr :."c .I6c i' r eular 50c ...34c ...47c ...63c French ...23c :.25g - ' . vtra tit", li c- dollar . r .- n.wri Biti'Siiiis !. '" litt-tl. Hand F.ru-hes "" and !' vala. line i:m:ti:i t.vi.cfm Jul t.iliy p. i fumed. 3 ITOVI'KK -I'e- FINS TO'LET SOAPS. La Cloria"-The sate on this line. pure t.iit-cn:-" S...I-. l.as !.-. p pre :- mi nai w e ..per this wtek l'..t larite J iloubl. lars. 3 for .25c Imp Tted Castile Snap." absolutely the purtst ant best In the wcrM;...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TTTE -RTCPFBLTO: SUNDAY. .TAXUAKY 21. 1000. TWO REPORTS IN THE ROBERTS CASE. .Majority lveeniniiiends Tli.il the i'olyjrainist's Seal Should He Declined Vacant. rM : tSJv ' N-U DEFENSE OF SUCH A STEP. (TRADE MARK.) Minority I'.-.'Jievcs That lit- Should F.i Sworn In as a Member and Then Kxp.-IIed From the J'.odv. "- V j.;, . i - -v, AJiioSO: Iff 0V' . I ' -iSt-:! i'.,-1T. , - IS.15eS33ffl2.i M" .... TSK Iv Stl 'i. i iifcSgl Vy -Ti.Vfi '1rtvJ'UTJW. ,.V -C--T-li 1 JT 7. . 1 ,viVJVV:Vv'CM VhllKU,ifftl5iV VJAV-Jwy Vj K"M 'l.i II I'll J ' R. A. 'WADIJ, CWeoso's Grwit Crln'nsi tPTr- Cnred n' nheumatlim and K5dne7 Discus by CcU'i Kltacy PlHs. Chicago. 1IU Sept 5, 1S99. The Dodds Medu hk- Oo Buffalo. N. Y. Gentlemen: i suffered from Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble for vears. My con :ition grew gradually wore, in spite of my efforts to improve it, and finally 1 became totally blind. 1 consulted different physicians, but none of them could cure me. My esse seemed to ba hopeless. My physician fi...

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