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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 10 February 1900

) THE TCEPrRLIC: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 30. 1000. t l 1 y i s LAST TRIBUTE TO LAWTQH'S REMAINS. Jlero of Thn-o War- 1-aid Rest U'itli luiprpt-shi-Ci-ieui'tiiif-s. to DISTINGUISHED MEH GATHER. J"r. StrKT f TIamiltrtu foHos.- I)plirl tin riimi.ii Oration Infant n. Auill: ami Caalrv M .He Intl TTashinjrton Feb Major fiw -al Hen ry V Lawte.n was twines! to-tlav In the Katlon! CerneteTv at trl'maon IT was a nation trltmt' to a . it.' nai he-ro. ani the sorrow of a whole pe 11 1. was expresses! when America added the c hiplet of e-ypre-es to t!"e brow that so 1ms had worn the laurel The burial service beneath the leafless frees at Arlit Fton were ire ai.d bv rv lees in the ( I nr ti if t1 i vi ant on fonrtsrtl ut ait'i1.' at wt' li every dt partment if 'he vt rr m. nt was repr. -entesi ln-.t.lii,T t t pre-i nt f ti,r-. -the Supreme i if i! Tin 1 nkit c t e -ef tres nrmv -i 1 Ti iv w hia it i h f W i-Mnirt.n Ummti" . ..1 line ani Ft iff. th- !i,.l. m i lt Irilliaite of i ' m i or i ns many clt...

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. — 10 February 1900

Tin: HKPr-RLiO: sATrnoAY. FEiinrATiY 10. ..wo. t s. r OFF THE BOARDS. .nily rinv.-d i.on.l Tiling WYnt Tlirougli in tin l'irst Rare at .Ww Orlpaii". EVELYN BYRD AT HER BEST. :iit r (rst War- N Man li for ihe M.n. :iiliffiil Aiju's.-tl An- oilifr I'urM .MuiuTvilL. Di-f'.utl Teutons. T I ..Ijr-SrECIAU . iv Orleans. I., Feb . Joa-W Botand ! ' r'v th tvest mud jockey hereabouts. I , xas the h.uvy going hetttr than any 1 line liere. for tie finds the best coins, s th kind of track that prevails, to- 1 - Invariably outga n rals the other .- lie bii the mount on tViinpettsatton. 1 fnorite In the lundfcip. and It wis 1. k' -ul, dge of hre the path Has th.it i him -the race. Tm Collins, a starter ' '. uni. ran a ditTerert race than he t th. ether day. He was tikea to the t .-nd pilota-I the bunch by three 1 l - t. the stret h. hrn tie IhSm tiring. s - t moved tip and l-mkad like he a win. but Corni- -"if.-.n. coming on i. -Me. In the b : , c.irig wnn handt J ' Imgth. 1 i'ir tijs the ho,t. t ...

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. — 10 February 1900

mrp, TCEPrnLTr. Saturday, febki'ai.y 10. moo. A V An Interview With the Em peror of China Just Before He Was Murdered. K J. Cl -. - Two St. Louis musicians give some valuable advice to singers and young pianists. They tell them what to do, and also what not to do. .: . -.; . lit si m f m Frank G. Carpenter writes interestingly oi th- gvat Japa nese sta esman.anJ sends photo graphs of that gentleman and his wife who, by the way. is quite pretty, and the picture shows she knows how to dress in costumes of the modern world. The article is full of interest to everybody. CAREER r OSMAN DIGNA, The Proselyte Mohammedan who fought the British for years and who has only recently been captured. Complete re view of the life of this remarkable man. .-i , . , ,; A new possibility in photography. The remarkable claim of a Washington man who produces witnesses io support his statement, v4 ." --' -.- -- -- I i i i TO FREE POLITICS LOM G0RP08ATI0N s. Hi prc-i iit.uni" sihiIimt Will In- tioilui a Nsi...

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. — 10 February 1900

i 6 TTTR T?F,rTT.TJr: PATTTIPAT. FEBttr ATCY 10. IflOO. )' THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC I.siid T.trr Dir In th Yr rUBMSHKIli: CEO HOI KNU!' it CO Charles W Knarp. l"-- " "'-J ,.""n- J-ET- Georc 1. A lira. VI -e president, W. I in S" ret irv 0"lc: Crrn-r -et.th sid "Ilv Streetv .TlKITItlJ. UfIIJIN1 verms or srns.-rtir'noN-. DAILY Tir Mall T-J JUiimf-Insta:e rrepall. n- vear . Fix raoatrr TV- month Anv three 4m. exert Ronoay. on. yar-- :w S-:niav. -1?b MaMXtn - Si-sl mail edition. Sunday J - i:Y CAUKIl-R ST UOCIS AXI SLWRW r.- jrk. daily onlT rnt !"cr weak, stallr and Sunday ll c",s TTCTOE-A-TVFEK ISMK. I-ihiihJ Ilucday aai ThurwUj ooa year..Jl. titmi by hmak trmtt. rapr-M. ta-T vrter. or r . :,,i i.tr. AMrtB m RErraur. i i-ii. m. "..or;',T'r."lt5,n,",nnu, b,r',U""1i i fS-MDr -"a'' " ''' M' " isiESTh' iiT.r.r. i'KR ' -v I T cW ttl M twt Prii . - I sit t-'v -n rtdur-n 4 fn-ntv pic- .. .. . iiwoior:twfarpiiw ir pi."... ..: . V.'..;.'.V..icVDta 2 snt ( TEUETHOXB SfMIiria. It.t T7-I1.. rvmti-s-...

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. — 10 February 1900

THE riEWT.LTr: SATl'RPAY, "FEniUWPvY 10, 1000. ! I y 4? 8 PLAIN AND EAS A LimC HKAIIIMJ THAT WII.lt UO niu miui: i.ooh. A Spleudld Article -lilr1t AM (he I'coplo An' otv Talking Much About. The pond neus continues to come In from ,tfy y- f. ) of Missouri about ice irr.-at d Morrow"-, Kid-no-oMs are il.-irn for ''ir peoi . Kil-no-oids cure all forma or kidtity trimbU. sleeplessness, ilnn. s3 anl l.rioure-s. The people ..f Missouri vol-i.-,tarii cite th-ir st .t.n'.i.tx for p-ihlkn.-fiii trat their mends nuy know what to l.se arid be c ire ! John C Ton. 11. tho trainer of ctpert F'cti..irraphi rs and rtr.ort.rs. ' lildRO 1j'M1,v, K-insns titt. Mo., and who has been in businc-s In th.it city for firtecn tears, has ustd Morrow's Kid-no-. dd.- with viry jrratifytnK results for iil-on1. red kbl tioig. and stains tli.it he llus th.-v have tully cured him. and he eh erfully recom mends them to any one who is suffering from any affliction of tho Wdnet . Mr. Poo-. I! suffered from backache an...

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. — 10 February 1900

TTli: KEin'KLlC: SATrKDAY, FEISRrAKY 10. 1000. s Our Shoes have the largest sale P- 'at.-''iT"'-iaAc.'va-''Tk'iy GHiLO QIEO UNDER of any shoes in the world. V v- 'I IS3 VK.tSr?k f!.1&-V. EA;'na wYSMiWS ri.r5Je'.' Vj- ? 0 HER MOTHER'S PAUC Urtiffci Mi. V:ni K.tui'ii I'mlci;.ii ("Iiris- tiiiii S, i m- iii Tnalili"; Her Dau-'liier, (iciieva. N Will tie open for business as soon as our loss is ad justed with- the fire in surance companies. J! FATHER WANTED A PHYSICIAN. He and His Wife I hive IJoeii Sepa- rainl Tlirouh l.elioioii.s Dif- f enures I.iitlc Oirl a Talented I'ianiste. P rflirS&gi&kfe 1 c KSJx. i2M f'rt iiS CiTt ,Jii It!i ViU m mmW& IP MM mS H Si ! i I i I Hamilton-Drown Shoe Co. make P the best shoes. jj I BARGAINS. S ' I 6 o UtiNil 5 6 4 ? S 912-014 FRAHKLIl AVE. H &j " '"". , . . '.''.,.81 H J U. . At M (m g ' ? ' ' ' Ij wwgzsnagjHiKaa RffONLY TO LOAI ,r cnttat'Iifs. I'iani'jnd.JMuIrj.f-.tr. r-.. - I tieri! of t:itei,-l. h l iitii:. S. VAN RAALT- & G...

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. — 10 February 1900

AWAWWVW MWW I PART II. S PAGES TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC I-. Printed to TWO PARTS. I LOUIS JJ . j &AAAjfrfVV. fin -I I.i.uls. iln nit. PT?T 1J i nlilt- . I.e.. us. I Crnlk -"-"- J. J e. i 'rnli.. Three Ccuti.. NIX KT V S I : H ) X 1) V l'L VK. ST. LOUS. MO.. SATniDAV. FICP.IirAIlV 10. 11)00. j WORLD'S FAIR BILL MBS. MOLINEIIX WOMEN CANDIDATES OUTLINE PLATFORMS, 01. GRAY TESTIFIES IN THE MEM CASE, ROUNDLY SCORED, i HAS MANY FRIENDS. CJini-pptl lv Attorney 0-linn Yit7t I Joiner tlu ('nasi of Her Husband's A.lcf,ed Crimes. l'vii AsuiaiireT!iai tin Mi'a-inv Will i'.i lla.ss..l l.v Con- "lv.ss Wiiliout lelay. Kxi-itiiij: ll.trc for h- Pn-s-idi-nry uf tht, Woiiian'.s Siillrajje A.-o-iiitioii. Sins Ili-s Sister Wa. Marriid to the Mexican i.eit'i.il bv I'roxv. VIGOROUS METHODS FAVORED. LIVED TOGETHER FOR YEARS. DEFENSE ALSO ATTACKED. SOLID SUPPORT IN SENATE. THE Tl XT TTTHi X IC. 88 m-d a &. -r n JL w 1 JL. J n J? a S Defendant Sal Thnniuh tin Tirade Unmoved A r-riimcnt s oinplet- t.,ITr,co...

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. — 10 February 1900

THE -RErrBLTr: satkkday. ferri-aky 10, 1000. WINTER MEETING OF EDITORS CONCLUDE HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW TRIED TO BREAK IN. WMEMM&ii VW WB7M J s .More Good Word's for St. T.oni Fair and Kesolutions Ajrain&t the Paper Trust. INTERESTING PAPERS READ. All Phases of Newspaper Work Discussed Votes of Thanks New Member End of the Ser-sion. After a bnsy day. In the course of which tli Louisiana Purchase Fair was" ncidn in dorsee!, an antl-trut resolution w-3 adopted ami a. !anx number of ctrefuily prepared pap. rs were read for the K'nJ OS joamallstn In the Stale, the Missouri Press A -soeiation d urr.el Its wii.trr merlins at the I-acledo II 1. 1 jcsterdav. Afterwards the members vl-itcd the tsuahllshtncnt of Charles W. Crutslnrer. at No. 1 North Second street, to w'f how prlr.tors' rollers are made. r a. .-. , ....,;.. -, t lm aUi fnr flinl aiosi i me iiMi..i icu too so. liomcs iat nte'i-. out many remaineu over to un.1 to nHn'o l.nsinfrcH and vit to atlena to prcva.o i.usmesH ami i.u f...

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. — 10 February 1900

TTTTC ftEPrr.LIO: SA'LTKDAY. FKnilTATlY 10, 1000. j i -t ---, v N OHUROH NEWS AND SUNDAY SERVICES, The KcToronsl "E. Osborne. P. P. .1. E, Innngnratos the Trinity Episcopal Mission. FUNERAL OF MRS. SPENCER. Last Rites at Cook Avenue Presby terian Church ami l.ellefon tainc Cemetery Mr. Tnek ennaji Will Keniain. Preliminary to the opening or tho Trinity Episcopal Chorch Mission, at Channtmr. ana Franklin avenues, by the 1 reverend Ii Os borne. S. & J. II. a clergy's retreat xx-aa held !n Schuyler Memorial House yesterday from B a. m. to 6 p. m. The cxercLscs opened with the ob5ervance of the holy communion, after which breakfast was served to about twetity-lix-Q of tho Epis copal elerpy of the city. At 1 13 a. m. there wrr matins and (in sfldress ty Ioctor Otborne. At 1130 Il'any wai oltserveil and a second address wis Klven. At 1 p. in. lunch was rerved, and at "?.30 there, was a special season of prayer, followed by anotlu-r a. Ip ss. Tho services at the cmireh In th even 1ns w...

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. — 10 February 1900

THE REPrPLG: SATURDAY, FERTirARY 10. 1000. to the Republic for You Free of Charge. Take Advantage of This and Le?ve Them With Your Druggist, loin iwm 4iBs mm '3 STEAMSHIPS. fCu nui'js T'Hii.irrivr. i.Lxn--vi it O. n'il &-'r. "l - - "o a" 1 or'ntil fr 3 . . !' "i .n rr-n-l-"-o: II r K-n. , i i ,- -.. i . .u -. i: ,i . l - .. .,i a V , . M . : t ' '' . h ---!--tB -,,, . . I- I T.wn.ley. r- 4.1 ' . . r J. . A'c..-. at-t ; Oi'.e. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Tl.t-e lre f. r rtv Cent" ITh Allltl nal Unf. Hi e O nl. Hiln 1I-W. N I- i-i n - . , '...lv , r vital: I 11 t. tlv. 'I. -ituati' n I t Sxnliah Oumjn as" reliable I-a. Kalle -t -.m.Treflnetl, reliable Earner- ladv wls"- u n a. companl.ii to lady of weath. raa -'. reference. Hrt, Lcu .-dxm. W'eb Mo : -"i .URL- Si'iuitinti by 5-mian eirl of t? I at a-t la central h-peork. 3-l 1 -KWOItK Situation r mlMt ee1 wom ' r f n.ril lt"N wrk l. me more than X Tw-mv tlrit ' -1 -! to .? iu aril f t i. .1. nW il e3 ' js hHHkper. 1 c x'k . all refcr...

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. — 10 February 1900

the TrEPrr.Li: sArrunAT. ferpj'aky 10. mon. V As. 1 t MONEY TO LOAN. on its: vi. zi.vii. rJlM towns t t r ..t dirfvt to b t wcr. on beat Vntt il a -.1 it!' n Mi urt ii I !.'! n farm j i ni it im1, t t il s-xpen littl nir i ft , , r .i-t. J- o - amy fall I, .4 I J Ml lot i Vr ( nil tur tour Mnnr. - im ' i , .i-t t- t r truFt a -t 1 'u- iH real estate in - m ra -r. m $ - t S o i'i.hmiaaij rnori:niv. tlA ir m re IwnM on furniture n tuf il It tena of iintiil to ji U,rj..r. vis lHne. ruuni 31. APPUTWAS fr loans on h us. h -1 1 kxI receive our pr- nipt j(tt t! m Nw rk Ktnan Co. 2.7 ft odd 1-V1 i I UW . .th ai.J Olive la TUB FttU Ur k.rajre to, M'.. win st . tnafa-a loan on fu-uitur- t 1 t xo -Mt-la rate, ea i ptjtne t. eiVra hare TU Jlethnl - h nn . o . jits rn furni ture, i!ano irs i t ltlm -t with m re, tuoval. Hi Iu-t rtttj- p.4 m nt iru-i suit SIP. discount 4.1 vea if paU Lef.ie iu- l.Ii unpin t. Miit"i:i.i.M: . asrr r. m' tnTchnt t 1 1 . (Ie anl rPt tit 1 iJjnifntJ. r I N 5 ifni PERS...

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. — 10 February 1900

THE KEPrBLTr: SATT"RDAY, FEP.TTHY 10, "WW). M STRENGTH TO THE GRAiB MARKETS ALL-AROUND DECLIBE. vnnT WAS 1111,1, A.vn wi:ak Al.l. 'I'UUOI'CII Till: MMll AMI clum:u luwl'k in ruici-. NO RECUPERATIVE POWERS. coitx. wim.ia A i.itti.i: nr.Tm.ii biyr.vi.M:ii, i:.vi: way am ci.um:d si.k;iiti,v kit. OATS NOMINALLY LOWER. Office Republic. Friday, r.b. 9. I). Th, jraln rnarkrts of tho country bail an other one, of those linking spells so- try common of latr. ncd showed no r uperatlvo power, durlnir the diy. prfres sanslns down almost uninterruptedly and closing at or near the bottom. I-ullness with a very laxs-, I. characterized the speculation at this point this mornlnc. and most of the time tho two rrlnrtpil markets were In a waver ing and hesitating mood, prices bem; larjre. !y at a Ftandtlll, and making no material progress either up or doa-n. During this 5 ertod thrre was llttlo Interehaneo of busi ness, end the pit. fr quite lonjr Intervals. 1 resented r. tie, rte,l .-in,l rli.-oiirnct...

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. — 10 February 1900

TRft -KEITnUC: SATl'RDAV. FIWRfWRY JO. 1000. r V sT FINANCIAL I " til w '.V. H. Lnc. I-resIdent. D It. ntANCI-.. Vice President. .V. L. FIIArLKIGH. M Vice ITcs-at-ai. GF.n V.. IIOmiAN', Cashier. It T FTn:r,nnN, A-s't Pajh'T. D. A. 1'HIL.LIl'S. IJ Ar-n't Cashier. "5" 1 he erchanfs-Uslsde National Bank 03? ST. riOTJIS. CAPITAL, Surplus and I Uud.v1.Iod fronts. ! S!,400,000 S233,000 . I r: I .-- .lli. in -1. in, . --.tlttl !LallbA ,. ! PM t.nn C & I Till n It I , I- 11 tni.n I'' Ilk .... Ik. pM I I". S. I.-iImt 1. .M t S I.i,ll-r ... V.'u --ti i til .... W.n In Il . .. U i. er.t. W I.. IM I v . 1 Ik,. )M . . -." I. , i.i, 1.TM a i:-. ; :r. . JI-. :i SOI M'. -?t ! , ; t'"l SI", i. , cm, '. u w. 3$ J.-.T, ; ."-' rj'J , .a t :, ', .v4 .1lk(ellle,,,,, N uril le. l..t. ).- nlar Hi.l hi MP, . u Ani.1'1 .-tmiT.tl t'.'pfer . Awi-dU ir IVa.r .. . ' l:nti.it .I. t..t..t-T .. . I ' A -Ul .. . I IM-tlller. Aiurrira .... ! I'M I I'I . trii It-Ml , ' I" I'M i::..i"i ehlele !' I'M I.I.-. tr l-itu...

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. — 10 February 1900

EsTITE KKPrmLC: SATIT.DAY, rET,KFAr.Y TT 1.100. s SPRING STYLES rrK s a ti TOPIC AND lL la L, I 13 A UOVAC rKA - S 11. H i 18.1 is is ij m i w s h ir. I 14, I) r.' 'i t'1 -' AKKAXGEMENT FOK A PHOTOGRAPH SCREENS. rt-tly ami Hamly to Have in a Sitting Uooin. An ordinary folding s-reen en be made into a thins t beauty and an artistically phasing object by using it for mounting prints upon. liut before the best results ran bo obtained tlirio are certain p-ints th it mwt he observe 1. In the first I1 i t tl- screen must If made -t suitable c torial. Sat.en as the t. ti.e m n r! il or tIh ionization us cxcei.. nt. lut it must ho qmlo free from bl i l.n -; .-e..-i t-- "''.is iui. Lie injured bj vvasiiing tin ru,u!il be fore using, liut cl...-4il"tli is pr icii.al.y TAILOR-MADE GOWNS. All the Springtims Suits Are Made With Short Jackets. wriTTKN' for Tir: surn'.AV i?r.rfru f course, whit the till r has to say is always of first imiort.:n.-e a- nrinc ap proaches. One of the m..t fahionablc o...

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. — 11 February 1900

lAlAvvvvvvvAvvAVv5 T. LOUIS REPUBLIC. vv JWsofWyji -rj.rv Trto Tr-mtr..i 5 PART I. 1 PAGES. Tor Spaclal Xall Cdltlss if S Fr Inlet In TMrce Par ts. t Tar SurJiv Magazine 1 trlntsi la Om Part. i uI'VKHiHT. V.-n. HV PI ltLISIIi:i:S. GI.OHGK v M 1' A ( njll N IV WVVVNAAVVV'AVVVVVS twywwwww- V XIXETYSECOXD YEA! J ST. LOUIS. MO.. SUNDAY, FEIiK'UAKY 11, HMO. I'll ICE FIYE CENTS. DEMOCRATS NOW IGNORE TAYLOR. BOERS CLO BULL P q: -, jjV rz: zzzzzl rr H V 4- I V k .11. Louisvills Their Capital and the Government Complete. HIS CALL IS FUTILE. Uemocratic Legislators Vill Not Go to Frank fort. T A Y LOR W 1- AK 1-N I N G. London Session Ended Some Troops Ordered Home. HEPIT.LIC PPK"! I Louisville. Ky . F.b 19 -Ua ertiur Ta .or Las declared for war. a -id war It will to. but in the courts. tmle Taylor jsj.h I hows organ'zr ! resbuaiie-e While Sen-ntor-elect Blackburn for the Democrats end Judge John V. Itarr ar.d D.ivi.! W I'alrMgh for tN Kepubli. ans were still 0.1:1 rulUns In Liuhnille to-day r...

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. — 11 February 1900

THE REPUBLIC: Sl'XDAY. PEBKl'ART 11. TOOO. m I i-i, i TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. I51SIM-S Discount rates were 5 to 7 p. r -ent for ill and time loan. U irtt'KS 14 -in..'--, liilane-. M,--.a. Nw tork . vclnm-e . trioount bid. V cL-outit .iK !. N-iv l'r 1, ins. :! discount bi.l. lie drw u t a-"'' laiumiile, Vo di-."unt bid. P ir -a-ed. I'hicaso. Mc discount bid. 2- distount n-kod; rtnUnnati. Mc di -vomit b.d. par ukt d. The local wheat market losed lilRhr at T.-c nominal K.b.. WWtfl'' - -, iiV i.J July, ti No : "' 5?.rn I.e. i li.pii, r :it - inrniin.il !"'. j'l.pj Xl... 33.c Julv. '. So S VThi't. is !. pl at -I1. nominal Julv. -P?' bia Mn, Ss N.i. 2. t CWcaso wheat clowl hij-her at W.c t mlnal H.b. P'V Md -aj. C k.si Julv: corn . lo-nd hiKbcr at ic i .-.anal F-b S4c Maj. ' arivwl Jul. ,is closed at l -e nominal Io, -'.-i -ked AUj. S-TiC Jul. Tli local market fr standard mess port: . jd sttaoy at $VSi Tor old -md at Sl-0 .r new; p-tow o lard iUisi Arm at . choice t &.". !-- locul spo...

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. — 11 February 1900

TITE RTCPrTUJO: STTXDlY.FEr.'RT'A"RY 11. 1000. Silk Petticoats and Muslin Underwear. Spezlal I'ricss for the third v:ek of tit; Great Annual Sale. licaiitifitl Silk J'stti- costs tuegoiJ kind, the Mill thi' rJSlfe the Ion Jest an J last Hi- I wrest and talk the b-st all the time. Daintv I lingerie ftt.lt i. itl oivi superior'ls thruuru en J thruugh gwds buutl-t mouth--azo that glincd for us ow es! prli.es and tht best g iijs. such at ffh'iirtt recently Hjji cost you an J us.?oj .'5 percent more money. An Immense Lot of Odd Lots of Sheeting and Pi How Casing Closed nut at extraordinary Low Prices, despite the fact that the goods arc ti orth from 2c to 6c a yard more money than e offer them for. Pillow Case Cotton, -1" inch, unbleached, worth to-d.ty l'Jc jd., at.- $c Pillow Case Cotton. t" inch, bleached, worth to-day l.'c yd., at 10c Unbleached Sheeting, "i inch, worth to-day 17c vd., at Uc Pillow disc Cotton. "(I inch, bleached, worth to-day 17c yd., at...1 -c Bleached Sheeting, 7 ...

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. — 11 February 1900

TITE TCEPFKLIC: SUNDAY. FEfJlcrATlY 11. !)(TO. II nil 4'J.VWJbRvrwAJBSgMBa sMSSOifR3 GREATEST STORE. Zff? S$ 3 Is as Interesting To-Day as fnra &ggfe m a& m ? w x jfc-J ?? Asf u; y And a good deal more satisfactory, because you have only to come down to the store and see for yourself the correct styles for Spring of 1900. Our Motto, as Usual: THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. 8 m A' .?-& s JSStef rfW S& a Fashion Magazine f ffl 1 M? ITM & a I ?ajl I i 1 IE I i, i 5 bprmi Tired of the hcavv ''iter 1 cad wen ' Going South, per haps? auy one of a ha'f do 'en reasons why you'd like a new I-. 4 f i 11111 f if ? T c .Ii- ti.t'itiniiiiriiM.i' t f iirn unit cl rut turbans now ready at B.u r's. About one hundred and eighty- five of them are ready in the spring- colors price-range is $o.00, $o.oQ and $5.1(8; higher, if 3-011 like something more expensive, couldn't be much prettier. And the new felts so fashionable for spring wear are H now on exhibition...

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. — 11 February 1900

TTTTC TiTCPrr.LTC: SUNDAY. FEBTCTJAKY 31. 1000. a Our Spring and Summer Catalogue Will be rendv for free distribution nest month. Out-of-town rndrrs vrill confer a favor by sendim; its their names and addresses, so that nt mRT mail them copies when issrce 1. Ladies' Kid Gloves. Ladies' line imported pique Walfcinjj Gloves, in all shades of tan, brown, red. mode, white, p iirl and black heavily embroidered on backs ami fas tened with two cliips-these jjlovi-s are splendid ly made of best quality xnateri.il, thoroughly well Leather Goods. A bi I'"'- of I'oi ketbooks. Card Ca-es, Ct",ar Cases. Bill Hooks, Music Rolls, Shopping ll.itis, etc. Dress Trimmings, Toilet Soap. Odds and Knds of fine scented Toilet Soaps, such as are it-milly sold at 10c and 15 - Silverware 20 Off! Tor Monday the one day only wc will give a discount of 2D per cent from marked prices on all hollow ware bought in our fourth floor Silverware Department. A grand o;qortunity to buv any of the hd'owim; at much below ...

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. — 11 February 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
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