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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 January 1900

Cpp the fa 11 page Jl"L-' cartoon.... "LITTLE PREVBRIGBTlOfiS" Sunday's Republic. Ill 11 1 CENTURY.... What tho second has done for the first. A great symposium in next SUSDAVS REPUBLIC. EPUBLIC M- X.oiii. One Cent. K NINETY-SECOND YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO.. PKI DAY. JANUARY 5,1900. PRICE. twlttr M- X.tlu-i, Tmo Cents. n Train, 'three Cent. OLLER ASSUMES THE AGGRESSIVE. STATE WILL ACT AGAINST CANAL. LOUIS THE k3 -l z-t r V .1 -.'' Attorney General Crow to File an Injunction Suit in the United States Supreme Court. Governor Stephens Approves the Plan Chicago Drainage Promoters Preparing for the Fight in Washington. nun iujc srncTAU Jefferson Oily. Mo . J.in A Attorney Gn eral Crow is preparing t Ins itute proc.eel ings In the Supreme Oourt of llio Fr.ite.1 Stairs to stop tho peoplo of Chicago fiom Tx-llutlng tho waters of llio Mississippi River by means of tho sewage of the CM capo canal. To-night he made tin following state ment retarding tbe matter. "I have been for -everal months quiet...

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. — 5 January 1900

1 T1TE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, JA2?TTART 5. io TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. Discount rates were : to S per rent fo rall and tlmo loans ('leant its 5. e"J--. balance. .i.7n New York ee liatige. " premium bid. OV ir raluni ake.l. N. tj--leans. 25c .llscount bid. par akd l.oun Mlle. par bid. 2T.C premium asked, dile-itjo. 3"o dlicotint hid. ltv premium asked. I in clnrntl. ltk discount Ml, par asked Tho looal wheat mirket closed lower at 70- Jan . TI'v ' "' " ?ic '" J,lh '-c, No r reel e'orn closet hlghT at .r 1 J in . SiV3:'.r Ma; 11V . 2 white Oils elo-,ed at lie i) Jan , Z- iIj'sC Mas . -I'ao At CMrago heat closed lower it fiV Jan . 'c '.1 Ma. TO'.e b Jill t'o-n closed it SUV Jaiu. S4r .Mav. .EP-eiSV' Jalv tts o-4 at So Jan , He Ma The local merket for sta-dnrel mess pork c os'd .cteariv at 7 for e-ld and at Sll i for new l'rime-steam larl cl . seel hlsr-cr at Dfrlc , hoice at Dt.V Tho lOsat market for spot cotton close,: steady -VAS!UNiTOX Seralcr Aldiirh submitted the a-nend(d flnaneo bill, ...

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. — 5 January 1900

TITfi REPUBLIC: FETD AY. JANUARY 5,1000 8 4 V V TRIALS WITH FEATURES ACTRESS ON TRIAL FOR HER LIFE. State's First Witness Testifies Against Julia Morrison at Chattanooga. ACCUSED'S DASHING ATTIRE. 'Appears in Court Like tin YVitlow in "A Trip to Chinatown" l.atlio of the City P,e- friendiiii; Her. REPUBUC SPECIAL Chattanooga. Tenr... Jan. 4. The cam of Julia Morrison, actress, charged with m-.tr-aer or Frank Leidcnhelmcr. Mlage manager of the Mr. Plaster of Paris Dramatic Com pany, was called this morning at 11 oVloek in the Circuit Court in this city. Judge Kloyd Estill presiding. Miss Morrison was brought Into the room by Sheriff Hush and answered questions addressed to her in n rather excited liianr.ci. She Mmed very nervous and ill at eas.-. George J. Antz. brother-in-law of IWuVn heiraer arrived from New Orleans thl morning accompanied liy his wife, and they wero both in the courtroom. When the Judge- asked Miss Morrison "Aro you ready for trial her attorneys answered "yes" pro...

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. — 5 January 1900

TITE EEPCBUC: FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. !)00. ERCAE1TILE THUST GO. SULLIVAN GETS THE SHORT TERM EIGHTH AND LOCUST STREETS. 4 Paid on Savms AggouoIs, K jn.-sis&iitpi Domncralic Caucus Nominates, Him After an Excitini; Contfsi. rfiffeefes of Seposn LOWRY'S MEN IN MINORITY. AM BAD V A. Vira Voce Vote IJcMilts in a Ma joriiy of Sish-en for tin Sur- ressful Aspirant to the Senate Seat. ncruBLjc FrnciAi Jackson. Miss.. Jan The Joint Demo cratic caucus of tli Mississippi legislature to-night at 10 o'clock nominated Senator V. V. Sullivan to fill the short term In the United States Senate ending March 4. 1WL Tho caucus met at 7 o'clock, and from tho very start the contest was exciting. The floors and gallirle" were crow-dc-l with spectators It was evident from the Mart that tho Lovvry men were not prepared for the tight and their forces wero badly dis organized. Dilatory tactics were adopted with the view of breaking up the caucus, but tho eSTort was unsuccessful, as the Sul livan supporters h...

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. — 5 January 1900

TITE TIErUBLIC: FTCIDAY. .TAXAIY f, 11)00. X. 1 s v MAYOR SILENT ON AN OFFER OF AID, Imperial Company Volunteers to Light the City Hall, but Gets Xo Answer. PLANS FOR CITY LIGHT PLANT. Dr. Rnnge to Present a F.ill to the UonbC of Delegates To-Xipht Expert's Opinion on the Lijrht Problem. V-f envelopments in. the lU'itlng situa tion esterdaj may have decided effect on the action of the Manlelpal Assembli to night, with the three temporarj lighting bills nov. in th Tubllo l:iprovtmcnt Com mittee cf tie House of Delegates First. !t beenmo known at Mavor Zlcgen hein's otllce jesterday that the Imperial Electric IJght. Heat and Toner Company had formally offered Wedre-di night to llluminato the new Cltj Hall, assuming all rU'n for remuneration, second. Pootor Ed ward C. Bunge, Supetlnteu.Ient of tho In sane As) him. after a short session with th Clty Counselor, announced that ho had completed tho preparation of an ordlna.1. e for municipal fixtures and dynamos In the Female Hospital, poo...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 January 1900

THE BEPUBLIO: FRIDAY. JAXT'AKY 5. MOO. 8 BARATARIA LUCKILY SQUEEZED THROUGH. Jockey Bradford, hx Darinsr Horse manship, Landed His Blount First. ST. WOOD'S GAME FINISH: Aljrarotta Dear r.olle of Memphis Handily Wijrgins, Dis and Cotton riant Finished Heads Apart. iiKpreur srr.rx -u NV Orleans. La.. Jan. 4 Two Memphis trained horses fought u out for the seven lurlnng handicap, the afternoon's, chief rent St Wood from Tom Hayes's strir;; was mail' faxorlte, despite hi- recent bad racing luck, but half-way dmn the stretch h lcokcd to be helplelv out of it lau reate wan Mfting alone In front with two lengths the hti of it. hut. when St. Wood, under Dol-uidVt Morous ride, came up with a rush. Mr. Uennett'i old campaigner seemed to falter. Uupce v.vnt after him with his hat, hut St. Aoxl wa- auie and lanital tro pure by a half lenKth. Iebrlde, off bal.. ame with a rattle " end, ard beat LOvtor Vaughan for third monej. The da's s-port tiuxdn with a ItfUtle ro3n! between the turte choices, ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 January 1900

TIIK (IRl'TBLIO: FRIDAY. .TAXFATIY .". 10(10. A ? V ;V A y 1 t tpyr the , ' BEST Muscle builder AMD B10QBV, CV AAKERY' fA GIVES STRENQTH TO THE STOMACH, PURITY TO THE BLOOD, LIFE TO THE LUNGS. CENTRAL C. E. DIVISION. Xeu Officer- Cho-en I'laii". for the Yi'ar. At the annu-il meeting of the Cditnl Di vision of Christ! in Endeavor tho following otiicers wen ilectcJ for the coming year: President. Charles A l".r-c; vice prtsident, Ernest IMS. secretary. Leslie C. Speer; treasurer. Mits I.lllun Holm .... Plans are being made for a revival of In tertt among the societies of tho division, ana various committees have bun appointed by President Forse to visit societies ami otherwise earrv on thr dtvl-ion depart -mint work The committees by holdin.r open .sirllaments and confercpcos will thus dnlf best plans for advancing Christian Endeavor alor.i, all lines The committees have b-n aipointtd as follows. Clurlster H Holt. Sund.it School Ccmmittet-A P. Divld- ton. chairman, Miss Stella Truebto...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. WOO. t l THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Iim-d Every Day In thj Tw. Charlej. W Knapr. Ilesldent and Oen. Mfr. George U Allen. Vl IT-sl-lent- W. B. Carr. Secretary. Otic: Comer Seventh and Ollie Street. UlKrUIilJC BUILDING ) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILT AND SUNDAY-SEVEN ISSUES A Wl-l.lv. Br Stall-la Adance-Fotir- Trepali On- year ,', 3 01 1 M 3 W 2 10 i.;i i i MX months - Three months Any three dae. except S-nJay, one year. Sundaj. with MaKazlne e-peclal mail edition. Sunday frur.il.iv Magazine in cWWtlElt. ST. LOUI8 AND BrBLT.BS. Per week, dally enly f'n' Per week. aall anl Sunday 11 cents TVVICI.-A-VVEEIC ISSUE. Published Monday and Thursday--one year..l.M Remit bi bank draft. eJrrn. tcoreT order cr irg.slered letter. .... .. Adlrees THE RErCBMC. St Iiuls, Mo. CTReJ-cted communications cannot It returned end-r any circumstance. Itered at the rost Off ce at St. Louie. Mo-. ee-r.1-class matter ,.-. IKWICsTIC POSTAGE. I"ER COPT. Eight, ten ani twelve Jaf5s I c,...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 January 1900

TITF. KTCPrBLTC: FRIDAY. JAXl'AKY 5. 1900. y "H V eUJJ 1 ii Va. EXAMINE BEFORE YOU BUY. When in a srocf.-' store you stand And cakes of Ivory So.ip demand. Be careful not to be mislead And imitations take inte.id. For dealers oft will praises sine Of that which may more profit bring. Examine well with c ireful eye COC-vkiOnT ISM BY Tl PSOCUK Harr's fate is Jus-t tl.e place to rest, re fresh one's roemorv and revise the shopplns 1M when tinwntovvn tor a dij's purchasing. Well-cooked food, duntily served at mod erate cost. v. til he rcidv cery day. r OLD MArrFROZENJO DEATH. Supposed Thai lit lleMtled at Herauir. HI. nLPrm.1' ti;, m, Stonew ill ! r . .Ian I An old man. who Mid that In- ' am from Decatur. Ill- whero lie had a s,n wis frraon to death no ir hero reccmlj 11 v is burled by the -itl-7Cn here, lie wis-. about Ot vears old. had a elefeet in the risht vye. a erv- targe nose and was of German descent. When ho passed -.. ... -lit . I . . 1 .-1 1. 1-m 1 ... 1 M the ri bu-inei-rt a...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 January 1900

TTTE "REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1000. 10 He Will Forward Them to The Republic FREE OF CHARGE. USE NO STAMPS TO ! ejja REPUBLIC M A EMT 8RlP?i!D?i!l IAIt TUUfi ANdiftno ffMNS 'i I 4 STEAMSHIPS. IIDAU num.. riin,irrivE i-mmVV .. 0.-c.len!al & Oie-iul s s v an'' ""lental S S. Co Frmn t-an rrajv.-, o Home K-rs Mi ni. Januarv 16 "hir-i. Januarj . Pori. ren naiT 1 Ftor ral.-. frelffM r piifaKi- a.W to I. E TVtvnfiey, aT . 421 ull.e. or J. tZ Ajlar. am , !U Hi . SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Tht-e "Ire f . r Flu- v-.t. Tarh A.Mlttin-1 Une. V,r Cent- Eitri. ioK l.ail wint t-lluati n ne took or house i .'per 171" Walnut rt . 1 t St I.':: ""Tlfil SCK.Ei:n:lS-lh trMiil- .l wMrn. no nnjinlinn-e, , ll.or"'!-; iu.lit.il hiii' rr (juirk a. tiv- ati-1 n nat. a tistv eeamtre. r.rt la! that an d.. unttlnK ar. un-1 a hotis i r i that tak. an Inter, in her wurfc. any ..ire.tt. n. Inpheft l-ilermii. Address O 18. K j jbll IfOI'SEWORK :irl iant KlluaUon to lo cen tral housework Mo N Oia nine llTtt SFW...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 January 1900

nrrc "republic: feed ay. January 5.1900. A i fje. if?!- V STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. THE regular annuil mirtl s rf the storkri . J. era of the Hound e itv 1 atnt inl ul..r ion. panv will t-c le'i! In the . f 1 if tlilsi ..-ruanr Inst I.jiili to J! i&' jaia.rv is !' Wee tus fa- tin -iulns vear will I" ecNte.1 rind .-- -... I........... Tt-.-siCttd .13 PliS Iir TH- ! ru. ij iiirt ..,-..- ---------- - - d'St Ufire tl.e neitl r ,.,. ,. . NORItIS IJ GUI-e.O. P-eslden'. E II liver, se' tciary. OVn.T; German Amerlem It-ink lV.irth end Franklin at -nn- St. l-ml M.' IV, emlrf-r J. J1S5 The annuil ni-s InK of 1'ie haf-Iiol1"-a of this tank will be hett in it n.lj. Januirv 1M nt the banldnp-hous. l-e'vi-en the h.)i of It noon to 3 o'cl--cR p m f r the purpose of fleet'rK plna. S) dtrjitors tn t.-ne during the wutn. ,e.r. fiKlxEn r.Mt- TO'"KIIOt !rR' Mee'lnc The Miv llurp'iy Slinlns " inpsnl TI- SMiual lncetlrg rf the etorkti'-Mers of tie Mary Mil-p"" Mlni-c Vm-I-ftr.y for the eleiS.lon ef nin...

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. — 5 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: FEID AY. JANUARY 5.1000. l I- I WHEAT DEVELOPED ANOTHER WEAK SPOT, BUT GOHH HELD FIRM, vmrj; not i.osinc: tircn. Tiir.itn was sioiik iii:imiisio j wiiiivr tii.w r.Titi7cTii. AT THE CLOSE IT WAS LOWER. tons iti:ci:ivi:n coon mti'ouy rnoM comjition-. ami ci.omiij at a. auva.ci:. OATS NOMINALLY UNCHANGED. OiTicc Republic, Tlii.s --da. Jan. 1. The loial grain markets tlio past day or mo have not shown the hopeful and con-l-.dent feulins with which the- ushered In i ho year lfcO. and tills iro mlng have ti hlbltcd a well defined disposition to con tinue tlio tocsins tendencies of yesterday. In fact thu different markets took on a Ie-idcdlv- weaker Rs,;ect rijrht dt the outset, and prices without hindrance moved to ward a loner levei. The beaper and coars er grains, after tlio fin-t lireak. ehlbted much moro realsiaiici to the downward lre-suro than did wheat, in which the weakness was chiefly centered, that market winding up the day with a Ios. whilo corn . iosed a little b...

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. — 5 January 1900

TIIE TfErUBLIC: FETDAY. .TAXrATJY 5. 1000. h i A. n FINANCIAL RANCIS. BOB. I 68., 410 OLIVE ST. I.Tofbers. v-v Yorlc Stock ;oiiviaT-, Members Chicago Stock Exchnnun Me beraSt. Loula Siocjr. iicin?) Hew York Stocks and Bonds Local Stocks and Sends, L'nitsd Railways of St. Louis, Subscriptions, 4 Per Cent Bonds. Com. and Preferred Stocks, Je ll erable w lien issued. $5,000 Laclede iJtiildin- first mnrt-j-a-rc 5 Per Cent (.old Konds. U. 5. Oovernmeiit 3 Per Cent and A Per Cent ISonds.. Ilrect rrlvnto Wlrosto Ml Principal ...nxkers. Two tV lrea to.Ne Yorlt. EELL:. MAIN -..71a Kin LOCH: A 1456. COTTON BOUCHT AND SOLD FOR FUTURE DELIVERY. STATEMENT OF The National Bank of Gomntsrcs in St. Louis. DECEMBER 2d, 1899. ltn-OUKCES. Currency and Cola f3.l"l.4SM Check' 4'.I-7P0 Sight Exchange M:'i;ill SU.0-I3.-456.S7 V. P 4 per cent bond of 19 Cat p.r 1 7io.'inaoi V S. 3 per cent Kind, of 1S1 at par V.ao id Hoads. stock-., etc IW'.JvaiS Loans nnd ilicounts 1SK'MJ.M Ileal Estate .Vi uIjO t) LIAniL...

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. — 5 January 1900

TnKTIEPIT.LTC: FRIDAY. JAXT'ARY 5. IflOO. "THE WORLD'S (WIDEST JEWELRV ESTABLISHMENT." On BROADWAY, Cor. LOCUST ST. CHILDREN POISONED BY EATING CHEESE. Browning, King & Co., ins SFTS, Broadway and Pine Street. Great Reductions in Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats and Ulsters, Our own exclusive make, the Equal of the Finest Custom Work. Two Sons and n, Daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Hdwaid Marks Stiiek- en After Breakfast. TATIONI y THE VERY CHOICEST THE LOWEST PRICES. GIRL'S CONDITION IS SERIOUS. iLvTl-vSJ! feiiMA lEiGSiiSk EStf 13rA F'H? aEBPM Ey i &n? eri Hrlk El flSf?jl BlfKS (BBficlr E'Ssi O:?? HbS fcnKtt B3B ffsssy UrSa rfg3 ya segIs1 $ f I l.(ni4'n( Price- il II. ii-.- In I ViiktU-ii fur Pliif lit.oels. I lsJ Write tor our Aeiv I'JOO Cstsloija 3,000 INJUNCTION' DISSOLVED. Keorgani.ati.ni of United Verdi? ('ojij)er Company Under V;iy. Now York. Jan. 4 -United Stites Senator Wtiltim A. Clark and Uio other directors of the United Verde Copper Company ob- .iin.1 i de...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 January 1900

rv w vVJr rV' We-sttA tVa evArVH mwvwv wwwwqi T. LOUIS REPUBLIC TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC JBLIC I PART I. I S PAGES. I, PHdUJ la TWO PARTS. $ 0 -4 rAvswvAvw I--- , f I" ""I I.niil. line Cent, T?Tl W, i Outside M. I.olii.. 'live, ll-lUU. ()I1 .priilnii, Three- Out ST. LOriR.rO., SATURDAY, ,IAXTAKV (I. 1000. o Ont. yiNETY-SECQyP YEAR. BULLER' iAVALRY HOUSE REJECTS LIGHTING BILLS, NHOITERIHl TTTT1 HE r-S Adverse Report by Mr. Tamblyn for His Committee Adopted by a Vote of IS to 8. Delegate Cronin Accused II im in Open Session of Having Attempted a "Shake-Down "No Pros pect of Immediate Relief I;rom Darkness. jimi f MR. TAMBLYN'S REASONS. "The cliffi. ul'v- In d. ilinc i1tli th liRlitlns- sttuvnii h i- .'-n a difference of opinion leetwoer. tli lloird or Pub''- Improve in- nts ml th- Mum. ipai Assemble concerning the Kind of an ordinance best c!chlat- 1 to rowde for general com petition ard bj such m-ans to better the public scrvio and prolict the pubis, good Tho besrd stubbornly raantaming tha...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 January 1900

$ T17TC REriTBLTC: SATURDAY, JANUARY G, 1000. TO-DAY'S NEWSJN BRIEF. HUSINES3. PUerant rate. wero 6 to iw cent : for call and time loan,.. Clearings. ".? Llanos. ROMS. New York ?'J Premium lid. R premium ask' C"X leans. 10c discount bid P" nftkwl. Iul vlHf. par b!d. 3c premium asked: ChluKo. 10c discount bid. lfci premium asked; Cin cinnati. 10c discount bll. V r s.skl. Th local wheat mark.t closed lower at Km n. J.tn.: Tic 1. Mhv: a J"i : T1MJ72C So. 2 red. Corn rl.w.1 lower a I -to i. Jan.: 3lo b. May; SI'S- No white Oats closed at :ic n. Jan.; 2Sc a. M.iy; -lo No. 2. At Chlc.iRO wheat closed lower at OA.C n. Jan.: 6-c b. .May: G.c b. July, c.orn l(wl at OTV.C b. Jail.; St'o b May; 33c a. J ills-. Oats closed at 2c n. Jan ; -Kc .u May. The local market for stand.ir.i mess pork closed steady at R7j for old and at HI - for new. JTlnie te.un lard closed linn at 6.6V; choice at tCc. Tho local market Tor spot cotton closed quiet. WASHINGTON. IJy a voto of 4 to 3. th Senate Commu te., o...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 January 1900

S EVENTS OF WORLD IMP0RTANCE--BY CABLE TO THE REPUBLIC. -fc KTiflHMsJni PORTUGUESE NOW PROTEST. NEW LIGHT ON THE RAID BY JAMESON. BOERS T80 STRONG FOP. BADEN-POWELL, GILLMORE AND HIS MEN ARE RESCUED, WARSHIPS ORDERED TO SANTO DOMINGO, ii.j.j.r ! ABSOLUTE SPEGlFiO FOR Indigestion, Constipation, COLDS, SHATTERED NERVES. r.cluian 1'apcr rulilisli; Kii'lir-h l.-i-ltors Involving Cliam- lierlain. r.tili.sh Im.ii'p in a Sorlio I-Yoin .Mafi-kiii.' iM'spIavoil Splcn did Heroism. Colonels Hare and ITowzo Take American Prisoners From the Filipinos. French Government Will InsUr. on the I'ayment of the Koisinare- Caccavelli Claim. la tiny rea r-tll, ma onlytf tatm.iV.;,' Y. tie bonis. G3-a33-&&G Appeal to the Powers Against Britain's Forcible Blockade of Delagoa Bay Salisbury May Release American Goods. Will P a ecure .-r-M-i-i-Hi SOME IMPORTANT REVELATIONS MEN CHARGED UP TO A FORT. A REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENT. AMOUNTS TO 280,000 FRANCS. THE KEPT7TJLTC!: SATURDAY, tfANTJXRY 0. 1000 T4 mt z...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: KA 'ITU DAY. .TAXrAKY fi. 1000. H , i f - M p'ANeg-y M M A COOK. II I) i i -n 1 in V' -Ttt nrn 'thi, i t tin ir n' i:t o sri t 'i I'll t im - I , li ' s a .J w-ealme ,i i! lull iv nialadii ilon.1 1 I narnii i) nt I ' ' l 1' i V f i iv 1 '. ii j .aim a.Ilat I ircs oter i er j i. 'iii 1-i fh!i tt'Htnil I in i! - i u i I ti . : t ale i oim-el ami gite a "1 I ill et t I ,-ll i t J . in Villi g lo I I I i 1 i I ir aflll ted II is tour tlutt to Int. tti.jl a lie 'hat hi- made ll't .i., mj. li ill. f men I u inm t foint Viiin III" writ, m. i r tut ' ii- full" Mi home ttejt mci.t is in ussfUa aid s'rt. W prltate Ad.ii.s- U miK M l nr COOK MEDICAL COMPANY, STUDENT AND JANITOR FOUGHT SIX ROUNDS. i Washington rxivri: SITV GV.MNASHM. 'Archie Wiight Wim Knocked Out -UfH-.i tspiiited but I'liViid lr Contest. A iIomi on'est to a finish took p ae Pri 6i In the gj nino'lum of tt'ishlnitton I nl fI'v on S-eitiiteen'l: and t ashinsjt.in nren'te The participants were Vrchia ttrlglt a rtud...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 January 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
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 6 January 1900

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Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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