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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 February 1900

Til 15 F.KIM'I.UC SrXDAV.FIOUKrAIlV -1.11)00. mMMmL fflx f( Tr IT ID v life K i dJ l 1 r Jf WRITTUX Foil Till: s. M AT I'.I.rTIII.li". Whether Ilia tempter fit. r utictter Ti rarest tossed ttee ret a-' "i "Vo heave O an" It's hcaio agin!" The great voice of Matt Hominy rose above the elirlek of the storm and the boom of tho thundering bi in, as tt emote the beach In Its wrath and tor gnat rifts. sucking bark tons of sand into the maw of the eea. pull and making it well nigh madness to attempt the launching: of lifeboat. Hut Hominy's, crow had hearts of oak and names equally hard; but "hardness of hardness ever Is mother" and. brought constantly face to face with the eternal nnkod verities of nature, wresting: a bare livelihood ft.m a reluctant soil or a trvchertft sea. what wonder if to them right and might were often synonymous t.-rniv." It was written utra the rocks, it nai voiced from the wjai-s. vessel had gone up on the rocks of Skull Iteef. and was fast breaking up. they sail....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 February 1900

TFTK KEPrr.LTC: SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1000. THE DISMANTLING OF AUGUSTIN DALY'S HOUSE BEAUTIFUL. Recollections of the Famous Dead Manager by One Who Knew Him The Two Men, One at the Theater, Another at Home. I T'e It -.! : t 'l l ;i i m t iii l'-'ff. ' They aro dismantling A'i-t.t:-tln I !." s treasure li-of.... l.ti r -'. !. t ce !n Fiftufi frtreet. mar Tilth atonic. liv he as-o.i the later tear- of h.- I!f. !n New York A home tint v.is cn:t- '! hi wotk of a't. lllade lot lj ctqut He iiMi, u: til It w.i "a. Ilou.-c i;.-.tnt.fi:;'' foew iitl an) in the city. There are homes -f N 1 . :; - t nlti inllliotmir. - en w'n. h tn . tt ' - . e, , lavished, ih.re .ii. !.. . - : ... Willi h lh,..i-.ii a..!,,. ... ,,, thousands of ... n . I . , , . i i the very- wall. .-: v. I. ! . . . "See. how rich ! .m" i. .-. c .- if th. m thai i- . t ruch -t fo.ot . '..- ,.. , August ir. In'i r-- '!"; i. i .- tiful hi Art. v '. : . .; . : Its Mttdh hoi . vht I L when I fako it long with In go . ..rrp it -v-r ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 February 1900

TVlV rAWKUC: SUNDAY. FFJmrAKY 4, 1000. THE MAN FOR THE PLACE." WJOlSnF V 1 l A. ? WniTTKN- ! it: Till sl-NPVT III': TI.K vv uat are the iin.iliik-alions that the inanasiTof a larce lmuu-.. ciiuit'ni liint iiossoss- if In would hiiccoitlV Villi 11 11 It 1 lllll Jit i llll?l llfltllll till fill 111 (if 1 111" flt.11. - ...... ....,. ..a..'. ---. . ..I,,., ...J..... ....- l"" "-- ' i-antili nun. ili?hi:ul of a hi;; kuik. the head of a In.; 1 1 list iiiinp.iny, ir the i.uid of any other Ins business, ili 111:1 nil, 1: tin invasion -huiiM arise when he hail to Un'Ose b"uw in- 1.1 Hiei:i"i! him.' Phai aiitnui s,Hel.tl in;:ililic:ili(ins aic required In the manager ot .1 his loiieein is necessarily adniitteil. lint .110 'In m.' iU.ilili'itum-i an inlieritauee aio they l irn in :i man, and tin refine a miner that his ancestors are wholly rc hlMjiwililo tur or are tlu-i caiiahle of cultivation; Can they he aiiiiri'd In li.iiniiis. ly cducatliui 111 college or fiii. si hi uls. ir in 'he shuV ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 February 1900

I i i J II 10 P5 IHOW THEY MAKE A .saiimi wi v v i 'n. - t i t i i -mm . m. r .. u s-vm.v iin -w. vnKrw:k ry a.w . i BIG STAGE STORM. WRITTEN1 FOR THE SUNDAY RBWDUC Typhon Is a pood sort of fellow, and he unfloabtedly means well But Tjphor. 1 tha most anknjrd Individual that tvtr came to town Typhon Is tbe grnus In a calico jacket and cioin cap ivno mattes siorms on me siage t at commands from Cleopatra. Tjphon !s a multi-headed multi-bodied ard multl-foote 1 humbug, with a frreat way of getting In the road of the stranger who has come Into his sates to see how a storm Is tmde He does It cheerfuly this thins of blocking the road of the strangr He does It as a picas- tire to himself He tramples on the ,tran- ' eers toes and smiles, he humi'! off the stranger's hat with a side of a house a stape hojsc and Hughs, he frightens Iho i stranger Into a cae or r.ere3 with his drum corps, his Intermittent flambeau pa rade and his light artillery practice, and posltUely roars Incldentallv, he ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 February 1900

.! TriP, KKPniUl': srXDAY.FKIHM'AIJY , !)()0. ENGLISH THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE. In Its Marvelous Spread It Is Fast Becoming the Tongue of the World. iv I::'. II i I " f e- ! A ! f, I T'te 1 r! -I- 1 i n 1-: ' l .Tin-: th. i At I i t l liM - rtlll 1 t t! ' i 11 t'i. ,t . 1 -; . en i l.. ilc -ome , ith O tuurv millions who l.i . i m u-. 1 1 tii.- i:i 'I'X0 '-'' ' v" lat.-r there i f rif' "' i Vc Kiis'i"h. , ,,ut half a 1 love'ith to , v-wth !- . Sixti.nth . , . Knl sh. . . . rtv e kun- , tlie first . the niahteentta -ot s speaking . -it day. us well Untli-h language ton.WO persons. Wri I. I 'It ' tl ...1' Cei ; ti1.. I -T n . Ti p uv, th r i.J 1.. i ir.i. if j . i . -1 t .-j ' tl ..I . t -h. hi.' t' cm n-u. b nit r i i tllM. WtIV m nni.i' - bt th" su vt nt entli t :.' ' tin i' thousand, ai.l tl neat leip. when tt e nf. Cm t j- found 2! frt ) :nj;Ii-l!. And at the : (i" can bpcaliuli'iil. ''" Is the native tom,ue of What are the i . .- f hii Beat devel opment of tl-e ls -'. tonsri..-" (H...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 February 1900

1? T 12 THE TIEPTTBLTO: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY -1. 000. --? ' THE ONLY HORSE CAR now doing duty IN ST. LOUIS. Some History of the Street-Car Development of a Few Recent Years. . ii , If P 3 ! tM !i a ii WRITTEN1 TOU TTTE MXTAT nWrDUC There Is on this pape a picture of tho last horsecar In St. l..uts. anj the driver of that car. S.on this :ir will have mad- Its last trip, and will have none Into the bom to come out no more as a conveyance fur p-rssencers. tjaut th.ui :i decade ac tho horseear oai coram. m In St l..i -. lint Kradually lt has been growim; t ...- a lt.-s frojuent eteht. douw six -.it s the last one on a daylight run was taken off. fine then, however, thtce horse owl car have be. n running until rtcmtlt. They were on the IJroidway cable, the .4it street cable and the Fourth street cable line. The two former have a tread v been taken oK. The Fourth street cable lim- till serves its after tn!dnli;ht patrons b mean.-- 01 a horse car; but the wires are strung on that tine. too. an...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 February 1900

TTTF EKPrilLTO: ST'XDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1000. V v 1 1 ' K vriuTu-: mjii the srsuAV ui:pii:U!-. Tho other day I went Into the Barge Of fl. at t!: ! of X York to uteww the f-eshly I.u-d emigrant. an.l se- him go t'rous'h tl.c neitme nec-sry on landing. 1 r.e co'lr..-t whiii. vi.'.h hi- t-.uill air :'"'i en i;.-.'ii. :it. ui.-upU-'-hatid looks, he I esent.d I -j the M;tt l.iriier i ir ....... t wo nn.i ten wars' standing wnoni 1 mm .. .n omldi- the Barge ttlce strucK uie j a m.intti tuTore ho Mted anchor. 'Miring f. r-ibly and s--t me ruruioaiing. j thi period of delay tlm emigrant's friend- I imi from tr-e one county of Irelanel j rowed oil' dally to see hipi and to carouse w htch jiTh.ts- more thaa any other ha for ; with him The boat's otlli-ers could not c-'iier.iilun iin-D sending into exile Its sons . think of inierterlng with this. anil, as there .nd lis di'ight-rs- the County of ItoaegaL j new from a hundred to two hundred pas Month afti r month and week after week i wnrrn aboard,...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 4 February 1900

14 TTTE REPUBLIC: SrXDAY.FEBBrABY 4. 1000. 1 iiarnfflfft mw rljtl LAJb-ii v t Wjs Ti lr Vi'-3v-3'. t -- it f'vJ'W't'w 1 J- ( II 41 I 7s I HI )y fc, K I A Kl 9 .XII l 1 . 1 f I E1, I 'J lf! i I Li I " A i t I IB I' f -- I rf , .v viS i ' . V .' J vis" XEV?Y ITEMS A1JOUT THE ;ttle? Writing from New Tort of what the deal rrs have Just pot In hari to show before loc?. a noman rays: "In the aJvance ex hibit cf susimer attire are showa soa beautiful etrccts in printed and eob-oideted Swis njusUc. ia new and tempting color Headings Not only are these air mate rials brought out In solt. del.CJte tints, but they are furnished In jet-black, in brown. gTar, tlue and black and white mixtures. Lace redlngotes appear to be In lncreas 13? favor for eicnins; wear, the lo e robe of lace faUinc straight and free from the -hculdera to the feet, uncor.aned except by a. ribbon or jeweled Rlrd:e at the back. rass Ick through eyelet hole at the ides ua dcrneath the lace. The undcr-aress Is usu ally of ric...

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. — 5 February 1900

LOUIS REPUBLIC. bio . . ,. . ,-. .-. (' '.nnl'i "e t. PI? If '.KJonl-Mf M. .o"l. Two Cents. 1 IVI.V J- j iralm, llirff Crnti. X I XICTV FA 'OXI ) YEAIi. st. i. or is. mo.. MoxDAy, Fiop.ni'Ain' r. woo. $& .. v. tf m BLOCKS EtelKLl flL: lVin IWI u-U L-ffl Si atfti vis? teZi f A w Conflagration Started in Fenny & Gentles and Spread to Third Street. OXJ- FIREMAN KILLED -ELI-YEN INJURED. Rescue of Foreman Judge aii'l Others Caught bv ) Fjiliiiiii Walls---A Slorv of Incendiarism Causes Y .rrcst of James Cummings, Pending Investigation. i" . whMi ortana'.ed in tin de'urt- iikmii -hoc of IVuuy A. ;-i!tlf. on th" s..uth.t corner t" Itn-tulwaj ami l'tanMtu almm ! .! -.c-terdny morui'i. swept pails of nve Mod., in liio district !.. moled :i tiie west by tlu alley '"'-w.t-.i P. roadway :nii Sixth street, en i ! n.'iiii ! Wash Kiivet. on tin south bi M-.ia.m strts-t. ami ihv ea-t by 'I hint -tn- t. Tin- i.Hiiy loss i estimated at sniii. ,". one tiu-nciu was killed tiy belli": liii'im ui....

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 February 1900

? ttth KKvvnuci moxday. FETUirAirr r. v.mi TO-DAY"SNEWSJN BRIEF. I.'K"AI. A."I Sl'IJl i:i;a.V. The most destructive lire tint has xisited Si. Louis in a half nttin broke out about lit ... I... I; xeste-rdav morning. II attacked three blocks, martini; In r tm A. iltiilles's More, a' Broad wax and rr.uiklln. and rat Ins i! wa cast to Tnird t-tie.t. Th-tlam-nse ii estlm-tted at marly S-.. The tirlsin of the !ir' is mm to have Leen .m explosion, lino fireman was killtil ami sex eeral xxcre- badly Injure. In a ilsht at the haloon on the junrtitm of Xorth anl South, Manchester road. 1M Jii-mell. a n.ijro. xvas b.dlv injured by t'fiartes l'rue-n. xxhum. he ami another 11.. fiTO beat s vt-rely a time aRo. in a -..l!Hi,.: xiith an Kaston Avenue car three men mir ihruon from a husiev and Injured. Edward Olliman was sent to the hospital. IXm tor D. n. Ldand elajxeretl an address in the Ktnii il Culture It.s.ms at Memorial Hall. UN sublet ! a. "The Ulstorj of the ITn-sbj-tcrlan "buri h." Doctor...

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 February 1900

J aiii:ix'KC"a.sya. Althouqh t Ti ? igwi ijtti rf nope a s a few m T psra ST??. K3 33 Era atrons t P & fi 5iiui'i4"i',av"kvrv'vmxVsV'e. Uroadway. fIl in dri rtr the .rlv ' i -.- f the tire On the Fourth -ti-. r : !' l . limine- t!.at hu-r 1 omt 1 . 1 - tl .r w tils white the f.r. wa- .it its li. :, i ":i Third strc. l the walls .f tl.e tu Liiil litus loadly burn-d arc sua t-tapdlnz. Some of tho heavier w ills fell lrsd. and to this fact may be credited less a.i idents xtnd oslb!y a less loss of lio. Cventhi.se that Ml towards tlif "tree, did not reach out ve-y far. hut rather fell in a heap. However, the streets arc filled with debris. ;u.l in places are .ilniost imiassabie for 1' -desuians. LOSSES ON THE BUILDINGS. Preparation's Made for I'econ Mni.tiiij; Suae if Tin-in. The Irsumnce on the buildings will rc-ch u mt f-le"! I'r icti.i!lv everv fire in-ur- firm in S:. Leuis Is affected, although hn that is prolhl iho mot heavily Involved ui Hartlctt K. atillcr at No. fit N rth Th...

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 February 1900

4 TTTE KEPFBLTP: MONDAY, FEUmWIiY ". I!)DO. X 1. l; H FIRE'S ORIGIN IS A MYSTERY. Mrs. Frances Nolte Tells a Story of Incendiarism Watchman James Ciinimings Is Hekl for Investigation. Willi the fire n.i- In pi.. e-- a -nrtlinf rumor was circulated ..uioiig th.- -p ' :ator to the effect that tho lir- was of I. c.-ndl.irv origin, and ttut Mrs I'ran. Nop.-. Iiin : across the street from fenny a- Gentle at and Fiv I more flnnr ..4 ! Ii. ! .III... CI.. tt im. ..-.... . ..sv. a t-raiiKii:i avenue, nay . u an euu. i m,- ii.eritl.tn !! V. t at III " o'iiii; '. f, 111. rumui. !. in t at . n n indica'ed that he n'.tiirns u.rr the Uo"is ,,. It couldn't have beet, -ticcd a flame -n eve- aiu i ,o-j man set tire in the latter building. Among others w b hoard thi nrnwr vva Sergeant .lames MeGIynn of tin" Fourth District. He made an inv.stigation, the r.'sult of which was the nrret of Jamc Cummlng of No. S7C"P Laclede avenue, the private vratch tnan of the building. He Is held at the sta tion pendi...

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 February 1900

TITC lU-:iTTLTO: IMOXIVAY. FTCmiTATiY .1. 10(10. k r 1 I V S.I..1 rt I It V LEGISLATURE MEETS TO-DAY. Governor Beckham Con vcnes Kentucky A- .-,emblv in Louisville. DEMOCRATIC COl'P. .Majority of Legislators Will Forestall Minority Session at London. TAYLOR WEAKENS. Released Alonzo Walker Action Avoids Clash With Court. GOEBEIS FUNERAL. JJodyWill lie Interred in State Cemetery Thurs day .Monument. rraukfort. K . 1 '- ' a- "'-- ' J icMiIt of a outVn'iiiv lu-IJ livre l:ii litslit anil this tuoniius. li- M-l'arai. uin'tins- f ! IsWaiuro a IHii-vilI. :ial Ijw1u 1v l-n rauivlwj. ami tlio i-uiirv Jj.-,:islaiur' will iwvet Un to-day. lui-vi 1- K.. Ktb. 4. The wa of Im-lilitn-. m Kentucky mil b tranferrl to in- i .iy ii-morrin. 3verniir lUkhara nit I ih iv-mo raiic tnembers of tlx- Iloue P He armea m iuiviue io-y uji !-! Icl.t a t.nf'nc Tvas nna ana ihs i'.-i : '. in rstnblixb a Democratic seat of j -.i fi m n: nrrc. iN- mo h.uss of t l-zl'Iatur villi fce 11. i .. irlir 'n th- n"niir!. prol...

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. — 5 February 1900

r ft i) ttte irrcPTTjjC: monday. feprt'atiy .-, moo. I f 1 Il f 1 I BULLEU w Vit i I'l I IO i i .-in iii i ' i i i if Llt, ,V , , u I ll o ton. ral is ihiiii at., mi un t.. i O Hte ttio liitiK-btwiect J town ' Ho crossed Hi- Tuipla Hlvir Fri- i day n:i;hl and a battl- w is louslit Sat irdav The outiom- .f tins e IlKht is not tt known. "Xo 1 i- iilte nws nill be permitted ! ,ii until liv-m:lh is relieved" is th. 4. word rrotn Durban th. nb ta 4? tion Huller iosst-d probablv nca-Tri I arils Drift ind. luunx the 1U -- to the rikht. mijr fur the tun Homes road (ini dispitth sot in may na.h I-atlt-mith. allot h. r that lu surly iv 111 n title the tovwi this W Ci k General laird Uoberts reports th it the Matt lung t,arrt.-jn has becnm- asKrw-sli,. advantuiK its ttituh s .and ton Irs the 15irs tu aliandon 4. Mime cf th.ir positions ami fall la k The Cape Town Argus has .1 dis- 4 patih that Uencrals Krenih, t; it- aero and K lit -Konn have 7 ") liocrs practually Louptd up in North- cm Cape ...

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. — 5 February 1900

TflE ltEITBL.C: MOXI'A V. !-l2BltrAI! V .". 1000. I A K V WHEELMEN FINALLY BEAT WEST ENDS, L.iv.ii (.i.itni' if AMirLttiiii rxi- li.ill l!ft.vt-ii Two l,-:nli'4 l-m-iil 'IVam. GOVIER'S WONDERFUL WORK. Chimoan I'l.itttl j M.iMfih Half Iiark fr l:it-.lNiniihs TVani --Dnl.v Ki.k.-d Ml Tim- (hkiIs for lit-cltm-n. fter minm-iK fr -. n stralc'1 Rim s, the West En.is ! I.i- in lln ra t..i the Mr-no. 111 n fool I' I ' impi 1111 il of ft ...us fli . il tk.n' rt wn ti th f- t left re Hint "Ii tit-1-- i,r. i? liv .V f r ih-l-ii int Tt-e ft. .me I Mik i i it Athltlu 1 rk.nt.iin.I it. in .nl- v.t it luiiilred 1p r Hiu-i i-ts flrr1 r - ti in tr. i 44 e t.i in I . I neither T" Mi 1 - n m i- I to 1 In ra..r .f th- t '-ii.it w t" - -r-.l tw i I i til. tirsl hllf ! V . -I Kn.N made I Mir ,n'i k il l '! ' 1 lf 111- U'mlmni 1 1.. -. I" nnie tier 1 ni (tim "'i it i f r thi- b urn and tli ti ikon ui-tn t-l -'i. 1 I I'Ttr. If l l!ii n of th. r. f.-i inl Mil xhlliltiont f llie ;,mr ".r -ii m St I i.ui- I'....

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

& a 9 a f S TTTE "REPr'RLTf1: MONDAY. "FTCBTtt'APtY 1000. i i.t i t THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC l--ural !: i rv Piv 'n t-s Yeir rt'RUMU.lty- OEOr.GK KX tl'l' CO " fliartisj tl Knapp. President and On- Msr- Gerc 1 Alln. Vic nlnt IV. II ran-, Ha-ci-stary. I OMee; (Vikt JVieritri and oilee strti. tKKI'CBU?' IT lUPlNd I TKHMS Oh rB'1tlPTKN :.MI.V ANU SIX1.VT sEH r-irs A 11 KEK Ttr Mart Tn AaUants-- itac PwpaM r- yea- s . mtm-i!? . "'' " ' -r n.nth ' In-ee attv e.rrc hanoa. u i ar t 1 '.. with Maaa?n ' s ' mall e.tlcn. Sunday 15 t- "i Magazine 1 ' rv:i.,ri. S" ns tD m f.rit''-" - - .'a ? re: .-nt? - t..-, k. da and SutiJat . .. : o-ula Ti ; t-.a-iii-nw l t V 1 i .1 lit a.- Th-ar-dat -on Trar SI - raft. .prij. fnoe-' awl". r ' a lei i. ' ti r ill.! -r t .-.f t 'ill in ii -.iir St IjOUiH Mo. -.. - cannot tw t?rtiiii-il re? tTifat St. Tu! " -TiitK pft rrvt - i ta-n mat w-l pit 1 a.tt i - s'tei-n ar I twa-t ti f-aa. ... r on T Z can'? Tor ?? , i-ap? m t-. to twent- eight . - - .en ST 1 1 m i ...

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

the ttErrr.LTC: moxpay. FERrj'ABY r. moo. J 29 THF w J44IJM tot"W-N7A(fc ft IT V .' vmycr- r- wi ,. i i i . i-y l! y 1 . &' VI .MM t &rn f i t iifi'i r I l-i V tWarred by inkstain, cut, and splinter, Burned in summer, chapped in u inter. Schoolboy's hands have much to suffer; Common soars bu; make them rougher. Ivory Soap is pure, and hence Leaves such pleasant after-sense That the careless schoolboy, e'en. Takes del'ght in being clean. !T FLOATS. liarr's fare Is Jest the .Mrc to rest, re-fre-l Tii"mor and nil th" "''orpin,. It-: wln d.iwoim.n for d.i-.'s purchasing. V. .. -. .Kilti-i food, dilnti'. ervi.i at mod-t-jto it-:, .-.ill he ready every !'. ARRIVED SAFE AT OMAHA. 'J'l.iin lie.niii;: l.odii's of I.awtun. L.iu.m ft ml Armstrong. , n ', . Fib. 4 The funeral tn'n 1- I .w . . S'ii-- '. 1 '. i-n i , . . ,-. r.' -.1 lid '1 tl' 1 I- 1 .tu-ii. . ..'. I t" . I'll ' . . I I. i'- l.dls nf Cen.-ra! H.nry W. ii'ir John A. I.ocan. Jr.. and i u r f L- Arm- H'liR passed t 'ii ha at...

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

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Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 5 February 1900

TTTTC REPUBLIC: MONDAY. FEBRUARY R. MM. INSURE NOW BEFORE THE RATES ARE ADVANCED! INSURANCE. HOUSEHOLD GOODS INSURED. ..FiFTEEIt CENTS PES $100.00.. ! UK . V H t Tl 1-M l-'I.llll S tn Old Lines Compnnle. TWENTY STRONGEST 2 Washington Ave. 8 STORIES, INCLUDING BASEMENT. I-YoiitniK l' - t on Washington Ae . 1"0 feet deep to St Charles St. Pas-seuger and tr-.i;ht elevators Possession March 1st. 1'HK). Apply to A. D. CUMNINCHAM, Secy. Room 507, 421 OLIVE ST. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. i u e m Ta- i'i. I-on Moun- , . i i' i I i . fft c ra. . 1 . ciien tl tt tha . r r ie t-t i s i i i.i mir r i n . ., . 1 1. i ; ir h i 1 J . ,, . I .. n t i r.e .'.-t i . f . ,.,., i i i- f r th n'i. iw 'r. si 1 ' i ! ,. t - r t I mi oti lueii--" tl at miy - r . If e v, I it. rtlcg The annual m-'itg l I - Jit t r- !! t- "'! !" ' " -.! ft'- a ess i-a ie da; at ".: i iVk n "' rue nana 1 r I s itl - "! ise.1 ) Tucsjac Jai uary r 1 "' at 3 e.V lock P m .net re- i nsi oa Via. -aa. Maivli ; lV. at M "M-k a -t CEO J...

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 February 1900

"' iJ r 12 THE -REPUBLIC: MONDAY. FEBErATn' 5. 1000. r h t I K sr i fc-; m R 8 r e fp 511 SERMONS AND SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES. Jc-u-- as a Onrpentor, hv iiu- limpi-eml i:. DncKwoiih- ChiNi"- lini.h tht Knd of Sacrifices, bv tlu Ki-wroml .1. L C.iiiinni- Kmim l.m- cock on True Kcpnilancc Tin- Kp ivntl T. '. .'.'lilriiui mi ISartiinaou. IJesiiuiiiijr of "lu-i-t istiiii v. h ilio I.e. fiend I). It. Diinsnin Th' hViPivnd .limit's I'. Mi-N'anlitoii on .Missions in Ttirkev Doctor Howl on Iim rancc and Education. The Reverend H. Duckworth, rector of t JjmK Kptst-opal (!anrrli. tnnk far tits theme the humble work done liy Cnri'l In lit early jouth. Pointing out that Jei"n eighteen jears spent In faithful service as a carpenter had won the npproval of tlesl, Mr Duckworth said Uiat all mm -should realize- that though their nrk ts bumble. lidelity In It 1 none tlie les deserving of credit, nd heroic devotion to duty. traa.iigh urseen bv man. win the approval of 'J.sl The KfXeretid J I Cannon ...

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