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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

TTTE REPTTBIiTC: STJXDAV. FEBRUAItY; 11. JflOO. I J':..' V j i 'I V CLEMENT SCOTT DISTINGUISHES BETWEEN TWO CLASSES OF PLAYS. I w. - - . - .. - He Denoimces bapno, rot y and lhe Heroine Thereof as "Sublimation of Selfishness" How She Differs From "Camille"snd "Zsza." liEPUEUO FI-FiT U New York, f l i-5 - I-ct ns trv to sweep eway the fall, n 1. i -. trom the pathwav of truth In the i.r-l in Umt It they lie. tbero old. getting more and more fetid and 'ventoally rotting, thry will only impede our progress. Whativ.T vve have to say, lit ns have fair, clear path, that wo may walk straightforward, with head erect, to u desired end. I say thi9 in the Interests of mary worthy men, some oho love the drama and ores who detest it. I s ly it In the justilWtion. or otherwise, of men of pleasure and men of xeligion: of careless men nnd men who think: of women nho desire to do good and of sown who aro lapped in lusury end FeMW-Sine. I say It in the int. rests of that 'trance composite thing calle...

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. — 11 February 1900

TlTB TfEPCTlLTC: SUNDAY. FEBITOYTIY. 11. 1000. i L v I I Free to the lotured Dr. W. S. Rice, tiie Well-Known Author ity. Sends a Trial of His Famous Meitiol Free to AH. Anyone Can Now Cure Themselves at Home Without Pain. Danger. Oper ation or an Hour's Loss of Time from Work. To the V au-i- Is mt" tt--nir.3 of Tn-,Tr-l "j- : p ' e it', tru - tli:ir.r v' ! ith fr--n ctran- nd In n. Ti-'nta J.i 4.6 1 Mjln -t . . i . vwitl :i i I.-- : - .11 a t'. il i i tl . h.i-. pavi . i. (.-n Iivti anil i.tia k nutny n.tn. v m-n mvl h.ldxwn v --U nJ Pttvair aid '.r tn-tly " i"Nl i.J tn.i j:fflmlt (jiftir lt n-t I I.. Km MItl a O U t w ii, fc r r t?t- frf t -.! li u: I. -t oa ii it.jr .itij will -- i.ll vim te Ikw lv v..u can cur- i. elf in a -1 tim without scorf. In-' V. - '.-"T-ilr. ' thtf ovrry suSfr Jnir mm sn ! -rr .: t'l k-i"- ... un Jarful ,,.,.. v, ...j- , 4. . ,. , lTi 1 - i-w-i nrl h tr.r ' l-t-mulr s.'.N tuv;axt h r all. tat it.-hU.oJ. .1-k.Cui. : f -". I u r. make fw trt il c i WrV- to a...

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. — 11 February 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: ST7XDAY. FEBRUAKY 11. J!)00. V V I DC UADDV I ill iiHIfi B . B yli is si a a is You ia.it lie. out- uui tt.U apply KU new "-TUI Nt. 'II. .1 U 1 T l) M J, nk y- "' iit. y. g x JJ a. -iW-- I1UL IMiri R Ajv It i un. Vanr S r-o A. BENNETT ELECTRIC BEL1 iLE r 810 OLIVE STREET (SECOND FLOOR -, Opposite Open S a. tn. to S p. m. Sundays SZBg3CSSAlVariiaBJ GEORGE J. TANSEY GUEST OF HONOR. I His Friend i Vlclii.iie Ili Aii- pioadiin;' l-"iii:Mniii:ilin I'rom i;;icIii'lorlniiI iih a Dinm-r. CARTOONS ON THE MENU CARD. Piinny Pictiuos of Kach of iho Par ticipants Flowers for Fian cee am! Mother William 2,1. IJectiv Preiles. One ot tha briKhtet. brecslost and most rrlslnaj dinners ever plven In ?t. Louis m tenilored to CTcorgo J. Taney at the I'lnnt trs Hotel last nlqln In celebration of Ills 6 PvX Mir. . ir. BLnwirrT. Chatiau la Yiiosc. Gram: Yin 1S5L niiprnachintr marrtac. There were tiver.-ty-threo quests besides Mr. Taiisoy lilm tlf, and each of them contributed Ms full t-Iiaro...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

TTTB KEITBLTP: RrXDAY. l'F.Tn.r A TJY 11. MOO. BURGOMASTER LEADS SIX-OAY PEDESTRIANS J, DE MUN SMITH DEFEATED MIAL. PLUNGER 6RANNAN DOWN ON HIS LOCK. SEVEN THOUSAND M LOCKED GOT. YOU WELL? 10 WOULD BE Mayor Zit-jroiilii-in Sitim tin Xala- turiiiin I.:ii--mil Ilr.iils tilt- Waikcis for a Lap. ATHLETES, BEER AND SMOKE. Go-as-Yoii-I'lonsr- Mrn ")injc(i'(l Uniler H.irasMiii; '.unlit ion Human Xnnnv in a .Slitlinj; Scale. Burgomaster Zlcjp-nhrin found htmelf ory much nt home .-uiiopk the c-i--yn-please pedestrians who start, u upon their Ssv-hour race at tho Nntatorlum ;it s p. m. last night. Ills Honor got down from tin rostrum, from which !ki lntrodui.-d the raco and runner.', mid throw his X" U faroRans into the sawdust In front of X.-ftro Hart. "Old Sport" Camparia an 1 jo"n other "atUffs" wltli wh.,t Julius Wurz burser do.notuln.ated a "whim." or a iij. cr something liko tliat. For .me short lap "Oom Helnrlch" set the pace ami then fell out. for ho wag In no condition for "uch a Kam...

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. — 11 February 1900

i -' THE "KEPrnLTO: SUNDXT. FEBRUARY 31, 1.000. 11 rfe y CATHEDRAL WON A STAKE IN THE MUD. fr. John .1. MrCaffertT's Hor-o An- nosed tin- Feature Ecnt at Now Orleanas. REES WIELDS THE OFFICIAL AX. Jockev Foucon Kulnl Off and Jock ey Wood Suspended huleliuito ly David Finally llivaks Down LVsults. r.nriTnr.ic special. New Orleans. I.-t., Fob. lO.-John J. Mc CaJTcrty r.ever had the term "Shrewd John-' applied to him for fun. His shrewdness rsserted Itself In the Club Members' Handi cap to-dij. Minn Cathedral snlinpril from end to end. w Inlns !y three lengths pulled up. On Thursdny this Mine Cuheiral was whipp, d oiit from the head of the stretch to finish third behind such skates as Para keet and Ixrd N.ville. In stake company te-day he was jut about tlfty pound the best. "Shrev.d John" did not profit by his i!;-dnes iry much, for the books held Cathedral faiorite at all times. Magce's cntr.es, Wolhurst and rrelln? huon. eri ccond choices, with Sidney Lucas tin? utidir. Tt-e track wa...

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. — 11 February 1900

12 Tin: KKprnuc: srxPAY. rKP.mwwv n. HOO. ! ,i .3 it REPUBLICANS RIOT AT THE PRIMARIES. Ctilloni nml Tanner Fart ions in Sangamon '"harm' llarli Oilier With Praml. COUNT OF BALLOTS CLOSE. uaunrr )n Will I hi vi a Majctiiiv of Ui'lcjsitf if Hi' t..-t, .Ml the Doubt fill Ours. SpriWffl'W. III.. Pe W-Kvery Republic an lo 8ang&mon rvnxriy had hi- kntfe mt to-day. Ileskie? the knives, there were sunttrj" guns blackjacks and titer missiles if peaceful rotlllc-s. The oar between Senator Cullom and 'ioviTnor Tanner came to a he-id to-day In tic HenabUcan primaries on the fare of the return?. Cu'tont i Uisns !t inrf Tanner !alo It. Tt all rnJi-t to-night at ml-1- Ignt in a debt In the First Ward :h tt l-iobed tike h r:ot at one time. In fact all the polio were . ull.-d t ice set ne. ard 1 al' the population in the neigiibarnool v.. re called out of In--! to take sides. It i.i. even rumored tliat JSnv-crnor Tanmr had beer, called upon to -nd the militia tu overawe the police force, which ...

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. — 11 February 1900

TTTE HEPT'DLTO: Rl'XDAV. FEHKl'ARr 11. 1000. 19 k V K 2W fch, "Elv ti ' Iff Va" is 1 1 GUILTY OF MURDER N THE FIRST DEGREE. Jiolnnd I.. MoHiu'iiK liVe.-hod Hie eidici (if tliclni-y With out a Tremor. ENCOURAGED BY HIS FATHER. J'risnnpr Olii-eivd by Crowd- a- I!. I .ft rill' Colli tt (Mil S.'tlteiH'i' ill IV I'toiioiiiued "Vbniarv H!. N''n 1 rk Feb W After Ielltie---atni- t .vi ai il a li-ilf hour, the Jurt returned 'i I of j- lit) of murder in th first ' ii i mi-1 Itoland U Mollreux. c-l- 1 ni ' tie rrurdir of 5rs. Kathcr--- J " -t. - by poison on Uccembrr 3. ! -; W11L1 counsel for the defense. n i " I ti j uul mot inn. anl Ite-cordcr UnCT i 'l rii. 1 r rt until Friwuir lb when. he -' ' l.o wt uld hoar the motion and wi- ' nr.' Hi. d. t dan, I m the time the Jurv ".vent out at 3 li ! n th" rnm 1 in the tuurtruom watched t) c . . ' thro sh which the bad left the r rt 1-1 ml -it cxpe tam t I: it.." a'tnost two us I. re then was ant mils. The t 1. ti t ii v of ! excision had uffectei r...

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. — 11 February 1900

M W TE II i 1! I r 1 u PAINE'S "fiL. uuiiipuuiiu (OVWWW GIVES STRENGTH Mrs. Mary B. Rubright, Hamburg, Pa,, writes : "Three years ago the doctors said I had nervous prostration. ! was barely able to stand when I com menced taking Paine'sCelery Com pound. After taking half a bottle E was able to walk about, and after using three bottles I felt better than I ever did. B could do more work, and working was a pleasure instead of a burden as so many suffering women find it. "I have since used Paine's Cel ery Compound for neuralgia and sick headache and always found instant relief." Paine'sCelery Compound keeps the blood pure, the body nourished, the nerves strong. TTIE H13PTT.LTC: SUXDAY, FEBRTJiVBY 11, WOO. I : ! ' v" i ' v- .ySrS5vJ ,e 4 " J" .' ' . v '" HI LSfcBS69HHvac9v7VHBpPv3(v. b1IjHJS xv v 'eIS m k 4 Ui sVlm mf 'a ft WIS tKKFFfWSKKPl b ,. - i'Vggf f jf lUBlUBKBIBKBmmMl : r The Household Medicine PAINE'S CELERY CO MP OUND

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

fWMMAiVAVWWwrov I nn ST. LOUIS PART PU TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC; J 5 rae Special .!! CSUiun It Prlatea la Torer Pmrta. J S rlr Sunday Msgittnc 5 Print ca In One Pari A A. 8 PAGES. lv'vv'vwg .i'yKit;in !. uv pi i:i.ishi:i:s. hkoim.i: kvaim' & company NINETY SECOND YEAU. ST. LOl'IS, ,M().. SrXDAY.riOIiKl'AKY 11. !!)()(). PRiri-; FIVE (1KXTS. 1 Q-OK0X0X('00'OK 1 ST. LOUIS' GREATEST STORE'S GREAT WHITE FAIR SALE I Will start Monday with a sale of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars' worth of White Goods at a third to a half less than usual prices. We have spent many months $ getting them ready, and we are sure the things are right and will open up a world of money-saving opportunities for thrifty buyers. This sale will surpass any o of our previous sales. The prices are pregnant with rare promise on the superb qualities of the merchandise offered. The Siegel-Hillman sale has somewhat be- ? BLIC. H CI ft - 0 0 0 lated this sale, but we have made it better in the greater substantial bargains offere...

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. — 11 February 1900

TITE EEPTTJLIO: St'XDAY. FEBKrATrr It. WOO. Left in a Canadian Convent When a Baby, Pie Has Prosecuted a Long and Weary Search for His Parents. WRITTHV rOTI THn FTVPVT RTPCDUC. ri-iul Pippin -4 irrh.il tw ent -three ears for his motliir, ard his it lis" found her. His a-eirch Is not compute tamr. Up docs; not tow u lit re his father is. and In sists that Iip is come to unj l,im if the search rcquins ani as much tunc i- aild that for his mother, whirh fin illy ended fcueccssfulli in St Iuis a weik aco. Claud Pippin has .1 histori He was born nt IVtr Ilppm who at that time spelled his nam- "Pep in" and hi wife, Alice Pippin, at Alton, III. twcnt-nine iars PRO. I.atcr the family n-oied to I..uh!i Id, 111. and Hied there for a fm icnrs. ulun they separated, and litrr wrre cluorceal The motlur kept tin- l tj-lit r. CI ira. anl that fatlitr took the on Neither i m nt ha- enr son the other since that time. I ntil a wa ck aco the mot ha r had not sren her son. and did not krow whether he wa...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

THE TCEPrttLlC: srXPAV.PER-RT'ArtY 11, H)00. V TEA WITH AIRS. LANGTRY Ws The Conceit for the Benefit of --he Hospital Ship Maine Prom ises to Be a Great Social and Financial Success. WIMTTI V JM'tTIII. M VIfcY I.i'!t HI II' So tuns the poet.-ss.. and In liarmonj Willi i' Mr. IIuko tie Itathe better known to lip sure, as l.'Iy 1-angtn -ha labored mj . rdentlv. arlv and late, for several weeks to snake a siiei-tsi of her '-"men at sherii's next Tuesday afternoon, tlie te mpts o which are to to the fund of Iht- hospital oat Maine on board or V. hi. a t-kUIed Durgeono Hill take r wounded liners and Englishmen a ike ' do ml to haie tin- i h a great su -ces." th famous Enp.lih benutj siW when I -aw h. r In lir -alon at the Horr tuati I!u-o The a tres" leaned back jrrai e Juily against the -ola . ushiun that ftl i,sjnrJfd her lithe fi ire "The hospital i!tif Milne- was at Durban afi da aK-j with hundred- of wounded soldiers on Loan! skilled nttenuint miaifterins so tin-.-- ne.-i- Her erran...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

THE rvEPlT.LTC: SFXHAY. FEraUATcY 11, TflOO. K2SCa!2ia7SrKKZ3SB & THE fTZZsrsfi i? Tliere lias market ol" markable recently St. Louis times the Lucke, CIGAR a product retailer to furnish the irlltfiltJ nluAH ,tf Z. - at xr VX 11 " imported, rich, iropic-urown tobacco, in fine, free smoking cicjar, at g SSJiv sta 3 i m w m E ji fe tQ si tV .r.J, e;2i&;23SP?:-, It. SAs- V-'M HSJlSir g fcs- s vj5 P icrni ci lk I s-Ok 3 BSS ins Mm m m 1 ) l: - M I I II I.I i - I .-, 'h K I! li I- " ! 1. r ri- I I .n anU li n ! i 1 i In I ! k . ff .3 n ir -. thov i Entirely above comparison with any low priced goods ever known in America. Every lover of the oldtime fine Havana should try these goods. This tobacco is the finest kind of a genu ine tropical-grown velvety leaf, but was b secured at one-sixth Havana crops. They are cheap i nave tne most costly 'i that unmistakable imported nut-like rich ness or llavor, and tliouem economically made are an exquisite treat. Their remarkable price and sa...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

TTITC TCEPrTUJr: SI'XOAY, FKBl.YWKY 11. 1000. 5 0 ! J Positively and PsrmsngRtly Dr. W. A. LEWIN, He Well-Known Expert on Any thing Pertaining to Hernia. Ti . - !.it m Im'i-.i!-.. 1 ut a It..- ' i. !. i- IT !- i '--I 1 1 -:. - t'.;s O!-. . in :i'l :- s-i' .s ' '.i- .i : ..i... .!-. :;.. ! i .i -:. i! in ni!i r '-'f V ! - t'i- iii t! ..I 1 ..- i .." i .i w.ni-t-. ;,.! s . . . ii- I .- !i - . !. in.'le l1 li J '" p.i'.ir- T.v !: 'liient v ," . ; li. ' i". i. u.iN ti.. ! .. ' -" A FEW DCJM'TS: T.'T W..II . ! I : l-i ii'. Hi s-u-jru"! i: . 'ii. -1 j; ii - has In iN T is,, it i; n i l -l is I II the . I- - 1. 1. 1 vs.aiher l nit- lo be t IT. I IT r.-ly on tru-.-s. e-p iully u!. ii I. it. si by men n.i.. li-o- ! K w. I,;, of thf :i-Mt.mi I tli I !. I. nt po am! ooii-u!t It. I.-wiii. i.i ii .tir if m .-n iiiy .i i!. !- I M ' i, t'U-s or l- I l. I..W'- tils ! I'll!. ' I. ..ilis.-nl t- .i rrj, . il -s-1 sou I....- ill.- U-a sU IJT. t tu 1. --4 I 'II.-. . .T-li.t ., ,il i '.!;. t;;iv '- ..! v...

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. — 11 February 1900

G THE RniMT.LTC: RVXDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1000. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC I-iix) tirr IJjt It t- Veir T't I.M"I1I Il GEOItCF KSPI' c-0 Charts W Knarp. l'rilent an' " 3, Cearrr L. Allen tr- IrWM. W I! '"t Secreta-y OT.re: Comer Pvnth and 0"ie Street. lEKlTrU"" BJ ILJMVG TCllX, OP "JfUW"IUITIOX II.Y A.NU StN-n-sCVJ 1-CES WEEK Hr .Ult-1Q jia"v . "' -- . C- .ea" .. ... .... h x mnrnirs mteith- . sm Hire dam es-rt i-"MT. one vir i will Macaaroe r i! mill tslttiuo. Sunday ,j' 3 if i 1" f- .x Maratlne ... ' 1 cwtbll n T ttOt IS ANt ! 1 . k. rtilly tilt 1 r- ue-lc. diilr atad futt4a : B' Rf- ''' U c-at I i d Slundav a-sd ThurfJat ' ar ;l I bv tank draft earr-as. IM r orJtr. or --l le t-i Adjr'i. nir r.r"Bi.i'- st laui- r I '-"ted enmr-tml'-atlons t-aaeot be return-a Lcd-r so) c.n tjmUiiM-e- t rifi-4 at tti i.tt oSlce at Ft lpat Sl . ! matter lMITir I-O-Tr.n I FR '"OPT I im and ttrelie fn ' I n Ifttitren an2 txrntv ! r.jr w or 3 ram ti r tuo papr tmo to twQty-ia-at pac in 21 'v tc 3 ! Ull Iin!0"T' ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

Tirrc REri'TiLTr: srxDAY. fetou-ahy mno. i i V 1 READ THE s MAGAZINE I the brass bottle. run IN II it !t u I .rr - fr I 1 tt ' " Vv. , I .Jl(. I mod- BIDDY'S JOB SEEMS TO BE IN DANGER. t."llMll if !"llllv HI' Jl.lli" Household N'il 1 Ui-ioin niir V iiic-.n-;il. to SOME AMUSING EXPERIENCES. One FjuniJy I'nlviiuwiimh Kiij-Mtif ;i Fcntlii-r Wt-itilit J'rizi' Fishier. Who I hid uriiiml Mi-ilunl-oJ Imiu Tliiii". The avrr.icc he u- k " r nil im-"-rted to kro.tt th. ' il 1- mini; til" H--tom of late t.i nnh m ih ir hou-e-liold servant- him- id f fi rn.il. r While this Is not n u r. -ohi. p ttion- nt il. country 4".lltiiii . !.r in-naiic. th r. -ants eraploj t (1 ' i- Ik-, n .!m st inv.iri.tt ly foreigners. i h .i- 'hln--e r J.ipin.. The male lark 1, ,- .! ! n u. .1 f.ir thi purpose cons. 1. r.i -Iv. Thf re. .-nt t- n.!. n . boT.-ever. has i to .mplov the straight American H'irk- tin- j lain ai.d unadul terated varietv of the R.-mi ni.il-. to lo orl: wbiih .is formerl cn-libred .i Woman's s...

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. — 11 February 1900

s TTTTC ttftPrF.LTO: SUNDAY. FEUTTTAKY 11, TOOO. WOMEN'S TRAINING SCHOOL W0RK? PAST AND PRESENT. KKVIKW OF TIIK LAST KUMl TKKX VKAirS. ais5t . . . . rs rI77 ErVK; te&i' i r- mi0k,.r, llo ab o - -v. o I ASSi J1 Fiijig v MRX cSl m: irmfr SJala 11 S5.&, iSa ZlJ Cut prices on Gentlemen's double-sole Tanand Black Shoes, Ladies' high-laced Boots in Tan and Black. Wc are closing out many lines of" Ladies' Shoes at a great reduction. You will find substantial bargains in Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Ladies' Kid Sho;s. $5.00 cut to - - - Ladies' Kid Shoes, $4.00 cut to-. Ladies' Tan hiqjh cut Shoes, QO Q". $3.50 cut to Oi:3'J LasL-s'Tan hi?h-cut Shoes- Q0 fl $3.00 cut to Gi-?J Gentlemen's Tan Shoes, .83,85 55.03 cut to U Gentlemen's Tan Sces. $3.50 cut to !3 i foExtraordinary Bargains in Every Department. r5TSEE CUT PRICES IN OUR SHOW WINDOWS. ft . .; r O O DOCTOR oW&AKY CcforonPSO" Ifttl Usalx. Merchants anj ntlBI Ctli.00 i lluiucs Men la Ilia Citr. WEAK, NERVOOS HEML,T1...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

.. -r r . .- WWWWS ATTT TO-DAY'S KE PUBLIC: J Tbt Special Kail eattloa la Print t, J In Ttrie rartm. T7le 3onJa" flagailtm la frtattj In Oee rf. PART III. 12 PAGES. U 7 e -m x '-'' .? iipl BIGHT. ln, BY PFBI.ISHEIIS. CEOltGE KNAPP & COMPANY. .VWyvswWWWV DVAVWWiAWVWWVH'WWa ST. LOi'LS. MO.. SUNDAY. FEBIUWUY 11, 11)00. PRICE FLVE CENTS. NIXETY-SISCOND YEAE. OLD-WORLD NEWS BY CABLE TO THE REPUBLIC. esva VveVSVn,-sJj.sjv. aevvV9Veisvv'fc'V,e?frV"sisi- 'VO.''a'J.sA tVAa.- " svasa.svvsfcSVsBv1 RVgrTrTX lizw&xf WOMAN'S WORLD BOER WAR AFFECTS SALISBURY'S POWER NOT UNDERMINED. ANGLO-GERMAN RELATIONS CORDIAL. AT EXPOSITION. LONDON THEATERS. WILL BE OPEM FOR BUSINESS AS SOOW AS OUR LOSS IS AD- Probable That Sir rienrv Irving Extended His American Tour on That Account. 1'lToi ! of the Opposition A gains! (lie i.ritish Cabinet Full Flat. F.fforts of France to ras. Friction Failed Prince Henry to Visit AustiiiL Palais de la Fomme One of the Triumphs of the l'aris World's Fiiir. WWsVWsMA'sA...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

TITE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. FEB1TCTAKY 11. 1900. ems; CXXXXKKKXKKXXX V 9 iMlii LILO, feV: CW 0 V. Sl:X-'.'f nnrrjfn 2 j) d o-Morrow, Monday, ALL LADIES' (! U4 1 blitLl6 1 4&w Of r a, -.' a iO - a $i bans aaa tusiumes y AND A ' of Season lSf'3 will br- CLOSED OFT nt the 1 OWKS" i 1'RICRS you ever liciM of. ( YET IT'S ALL PROFIT 1 1 iri.iii'1, for who Inventory w is takr'i a fc-v i'.as ni'o, no count was H tt .lc of any Winter Garments. Pjj ninry" --vCTzassEBSisasSaXrezgirs y - - i vis??. "" W .wK.yy ii d V I Of uli c isU uLthn u W --- (3 Lathes' strictlr tailor in n!e Suit , in e- J throughout with ilk. ail with s,lk-lmeil tai kcts. tt.glil titl lie. I I mi a&l ti 4 Loat Splits, sues Icr evervo'ir some uonli 30.lH), sorar S27.CO, 5S'? (ffc l? 1 souse fciYW, otns sjIt.o'J .ell to-morrow a. 'each) v3 ffi LADIES' FUiE COSTUMES. 1 5 lirus-els Net over Silk, accordion plcilerl rtif3r on drop ftftC ff H ktrt. worth Sl'O.OJ. at JaOiUW 3 All R-.it Costumes, worth 5110.00. nt ' Clolli Cotu...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: SFimAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1000. t i "The World's Grandest Jewelry Establishment.'' THE VERY W ll'ri torOiTAr IVZO Catalogue. -nee to Mr Clark Dumoll The bride is l-tomir.clv drietl m i t urnr-m 1 1. h' ,.r 1.. twn hroc.nl aid w e a-l.-ibd bv Mi-s Ni.lil" I MO of i-t x'lii, M" Mr Ham, Manning acted as bet nun II.M'I. The, Junior Hop Mven at Mahler's on Friday evening na-, according to the ver dict uf in tin of tho m-tubers, tin? most fci.eccfsful given thus J.ir in the situ", lra bsllreom Hour uas not mi erowJcd as on previous occasion- at these hoi's, and tl.o laving of popular airs bv tin? orcliotr.i udeied much to the pleasure ot tt-- evening. Tln-ie mrt- a num r ot j.-' 1- at this Iio(. Mi-.- i-ili.iwn ft.is t- ru d b Mr. Ro.'en amt'txll of Kan-i- tv Mi-s Mt int til- iaai a- tae u. -t "I Mi "iartf S tttl. .Mr-i ..Iia:.i U T:i 11.5011 had M.th hT Mr Allen Oillv.t'l Mi tU---t.T .in l'i'ui brtitikht Ml Jonn Itull. Mr "raf .. Mani.-duktr tvnud Mi- Krano o..dvoitii .f l'jr.-...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 February 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. FETCRUATIY 11, 1000. IONS AND HELP WAM STEAMSHIPS. SITUA 1 ER HELP WANTED-FEMALE. Three Unes for Five Cents, nach Additional JJae. Five. CiU Extra. AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS WANTED. insn nuilll rnn.irriNr. isi-ant;,-v.a. JAPaH-SKIKA I1..NOI.T-I.I- I-aclncMnl! si Co.. Occidental & Orlen'sl S S ard Orl-ntal H. S. Co rmi San Francl-co: lltnf-Koni. Oilna; !:io .1.' Janeiro. IVbruai v 1.. -.; tic . 1 et ruary -.7. Arreri. i Mru M-rro VTrey rAi:is-r--s s. alleu. mwiAUJ charterei t t-ii : r .. J' -;. tJ C!M'rU'Hn!; Kuthami t .n an.i llr.men. al- steamers City of Horn.- an.l Nebraska. ; criolly rli-irlerj-i. Juno 10 to GIa-i...w. ff I'a-K Exposition. Ob"irn niergau I-a-im I'liv an I Tour ..f Larc-pe. ; lng n,.w. Als.. thii v oth-r spr.ng and summer excursions t.. Ku- ! H.s 1-and party leaves March S. April June 77 K jural th--lartles. Sept li t .". Nov. Z. I- C. CLA1.J., 111 Ilruajvvuy, New uik. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Three "Incs for rive Cents. Earh Additional Ito....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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