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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 12, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota to is Day. December 12. 18. Num Hek to Stubig is occupied without opposition other party of fourteen was take through i Locos a week ahead of general Young. They were ragged and dirty and the natives say some of them were urged Forward at the Point of a insurgent Garrison flees on the approach of general Grants Vanguard All water Grain route. To further hews from 6eh. Rumore suffering of Youngs men great hardship cml tired in their Chase after Agu Tialdo lieu Cliant Gilmore in heard i rom again. Manila. Dee. 12. The Advance guard of Grant s command under major Spence arrived at Olan Gapo. Stubig Bay. During the night of saturday. L to Ltd a tuber 0. Which place was occupied with Little resistance the enemy fleeing major Spence Hail an arduous March Over the Mountain trails front Tinalu pitau. Yesterday morning the Baltimore and Oregon and is chartered transport arrived at Olan Gapo from Manila. Tile Navy was disappointed to to nil the army in Possession of the place which they had hoped to capture. A detachment of marines under Captain Myers. Occupied the Navy Yard sit Olan Gapo and will hold Ami occupy it us a naval station. The Yard consists of seven new Large buildings and some repairing and machinery shops All damaged by the bombardment of september 2d. Pairing the morning of Devin in r in. The Navy transported major spences command from Olan Gapo to the town of Stubig where the troops landed Aud the latter occupied it without resistance. They found the Plait abandoned by the retreating enemy who tired a few shots. The americans deployed to the right and left of the town Simi killed one of the enemy. General Grant and the remainder of his command arrived sit Olan Gapo yesterday afternoon. He will proceed today to Stubig and join major Spence. General Grant will move North along the coast Ami will effect is juncture with the Twenty fifth infantry Limiter of once Andrew s. Burt w to was reported eight Miles from Usa. December 7. The enemy encountered in general Grant s Advance fled to the mountains and scattered. General Grant is not Garriso Ning the towns he occupies. So casualties Are reported in his command. Dispatches sited Concepcion. December 2. Front is correspondent of the associated press with the detachment pursuing Aguinaldo have just reached Manila by messenger. The military wires on All lines northward Are con thu ally Cut by the native or Are j crowded with government business when working. According to the advices general Young a. At Condon november 29. Laving three troop of the third cavalry. Cunningham s scouts and major March s Ivi Talion of the thirty third infantry. The nominal try nth of i command has been reduced one third by sickness. The horse were worn out Ami handicapped by Lack of shoes. The infantry after a March of too Miles from san Jacinto were and All were living on the troops had no ammunition except what thex carried in their Belt general Young Iliad i Hen been without communication with general Lawton for ten Days. And. Not knowing the of other troop or whether support was Cut Forward resolved to j keep moving. Having received in a formation that tin insurgent general. Tino with i Khi men. Was somewhere to the North and that Aguinaldo with general Pilar Ami five women Ami too Soldier of his faithful bul can battalion was in i he mountains to tile a a ast general Young decided on novem i Ber to to Divide his Force. Ile proceeded toward a Igan. Hoping to attack general l Ino with his handful of men and to prevent him joining Aguinaldo. Major March. With his battalion and Cunningham scouts tarted Over the mountains toward cer j valites after Aginaldo who was if ported to have been there Oil novem her 29. This column marched for. I teen hours without food. Tho associated press correspondent goes on to a x a the americans found she in sir a gents had the Igo roes. Compelling them to dig trenches and to construct Pitfalls along the trails which were fearful travelling at the be a. One Stream had to be forded twelve times in the course of a mile. These inoffensive stupid creatures usually pictured As Bloodthirsty Savages. Cheerfully turned to undo their j to lie carried Groin great Lukes to about real by canal. Hica go. Dee. 12.�?the Tribune says William j. Briers of Buffalo i has been in consultation Here with Rome of the largest Grain shippers of Chicago regarding an All water route j for Grain to the Seaboard. Montreal is to to the Seaboard terminal of the route and a Chicago architect i now working on plans for the erection at Montreal of three elevators with an aggregate capacity of 9,000.000 Bush Els. With these elevators there is to be a Fleet of new steamers each 240 feet i length. 44-foot beam anti drawing fourteen feet of water through the i canals. Through the open months they will be engaged for the greater part in carrying Grain from the various Lake ports to Montreal but in Winter they will be employed both in coast Trade and in carrying Grain to Liverpool. Or. Connors expressed the opinion that the protect would be in operation by july i. Ii. He said a naturally i feel much gratified at the successful conclusion of my labors. I have the support of a1 the Large Grain dealers of Chicago and Duluth the Grain men have expressed Confidence in the practicability of the scheme and the Syndicate with which i am associated has. Begun preparations for establishing a carrying Trade All Over the water route Between the great Jakes and Montreal. The Montreal route will afford an 1-water Way to the sea. Which can compete with the railroads because of its cheapness. Montreal is Soo Miles nearer Liverpool than is new York. A decided advantage. A besides the three elevators at Montreal we expect to build an elevator of 1.500,00m bushels capacity at port it Quot of borne. Ont., sixteen Miles from Buffalo and through Grain going to Montreal in Large cargoes will be broken there. During the Capon just ended univ a Little More than 21.uoo.ono bushels of the ast amount of Grain which came to Buffalo from the by Lake and rail vs.,.-shipped East by the Erie canal. The great bulk of it went by rail. A it will be the seaports that will suffer from the new route. New York Newport news. Boston. Baltimore. Portland. Galveston and every port through which Grain passe fur Export. It will Simp be a contest Between rail and water and i am confident water will win. Particulars of the British reverse at Stormberg Are still lacking results of two months War Brit Ali have lost Sam killed 2,027 wounded and 1,977 have lie in taken prisoners. More troops. Artillery is not quite Clear but the patient Public cannot help recalling that general Methuen s Victory at Alcalde i River was won by artillery reinforcement at a critical moment Aud All 1 they would like to know is How Many time. This particular lesson is to be i the Standard says Quot i he event i. I in the highest degree deplorable. It will Tell against us unfavourably Iii the 1 free state among tin1 colonial dutch. And even among the natives. A great Ideal of evidence has been accumulating the past week to show How deeply the Colony or at least the Northern and Western portions of it. Arc Honey j conic Kim by disaffection. Our generals have to Cope with a rebel Colony As with the hostile republics and must take measures to lax their plans 1 Iii accordance with the debate on the House financial Bill be6ins Fie be he won Fame in the Battle of Manila or Overstreet of Indiana Ope the discussion for the republicans. Not a lawful Pyrz we pre in i Unrun ii n i i it in tie ath of c who re of the petrel Cia Pecos to firmly fix Gold Standard a r. Or it the dec enmity of a positive stat Iii declare i Ion �?1% in i orate exposition of the i Cater to it of the Hill. In 11 Gatacre a record. Sibley a desertion of 16 to i is Penney Dania Congressi St ii Plains his attitude. Washington dec. 12.�?�?oa Man u. Get keep Tep with the music of his time if he would lie Congre a Man Joseph Crocker Sibley of Pennsylvania. An original free i verite at evening. A an Issue that a supreme in 1-9, May lie ridiculous in 189. I confess i stood upon a free Silver platform in Syb Ami cried out in a loud voice and from the promptings of a heart that Bent True to my utterances that if the republicans with their Gold policy were placed in Power a sure a i a standing before the people in lie half of Bryan gaunt famine would talk Forth through the Street of our great cities a but it Hasni to. I admit it. The Democrat xxx to Doe. Not freely admit that these Day we now live in Are not the Moat prosperous and fullest of Content and happiness for All people alike is Witlie la Kiti Gin honesty or is unit Lior Umsu. Quot How do i account for the great change Nith a greater you glance of Money Contes greater Prosperity. The Klondike a opened ooh after 1896. Cripple reek Emit Forth it trea or South Africa by the evil tilt is process began to mine and ship in an unprecedented amount of Gold. Gold. Gold. Gold everywhere. Money became plentiful. Prices began to Rise. Quot from the lowest plane in the Valley of commend a i despondency we have London. Dec. 12.�?no further news has been receive i to remove the mystery overhanging general Gatacre a Retreat from Stormberg. Ile has not water forwarded the promised additional message Aud the censorship a prevented the correspondents from planning the matter. Stormberg is desert bed As a stronger position than Laing s Nek. The Only Road winds through Loftly Hills and flanking is impossible. Colesburg is also said to be an almost impregnable position and As no troops Are now available to reinforce the columns acting in Tho a directions it becomes certain t hut general Gat acre s misfortune or error will delay the invasion of the free state perhaps mime weeks. It is exceedingly probable that in will be compelled to retire on Queens town Ami to wait for reinforcements which Ean hardly reach him until sir Charles Warden s division arrives at the Cape. The first detachments will ail saturday next. Even if general French is not compelled to Retreat he will be obliged to pause in his Advance. It now seems certain that the seventh division which is lie in mobilized at Aldershot. Will also in Cut to South Africa. No new Las vet Bien received confirming tile Boer report of the capture of fifty prisoners at Mother River from lord men end a column. It is just two months since the Transvaal ultimatum a delivered. Nine engagements have been fought and the British have lost 566 killed. 2.927 wounded Ami 1.977 missing or prisoners. Lite War office has issued a notice that after january i a deduction will be made from the pay of soldiers serving in South Africa in the ease it of privates 4 lie Nee per Day for wives Aud a it puny for each child in the a a Ltd of sergeants. Pence for xxiv and 2 Pence for each child. These sums have thus far Imen paid by the government. Tho order indicates a belief that the Campaign will in a Long one it i announced from ape town that the Boers have succeeded in repairing the Lee Fontein Bridge before Stormberg and . Which the British destroyed on retiring. Tom Ruanda it own Nepal who commanded the Boer forces at a a Donn Loverg. Lins been replaced by a Scotchman named Robert on. �?4�? and won distinction in Hii Sinah the Soudan. London Hee. 12. Majot general sir William Forbes Gatacre who reported to the British nor office that he had a met with a serious reverse in the attack on is in command of major general sir Redvers bullers Pitird army corps division in Central Apt Colony. Dei a Soldier of proved courage and ability. In Bur Mah he ooh won tile decoration of the distinguished service order. La fought bravely in the Soudan and Ila always evinced great ability Iii handling Large bodies of men. Sir William is 56 years old. But is remarkably Young looking for that age. I first regiment was the seventy seventh foot commonly known a the he pent some veal in India previous to the by ninth Campaign. And then returned to Hugh Reive his promotion Tith major general at Aldershot eral is known among the a Bill his defeat at the result of ii Effort to March the ape Colony it flip tin lilt Cai o re of a gears As storm in re came a a first Battle in his from Queenstown to tinier Aud thence to forces. Washington Dee. La. There was Andy a fair attendance in the galleries i of the House to witness the Ilici Ling f the Leaten the currency Bill. \ soon As the journal was read the Lions went into committee of the whole with or. Hepburn of Iowa in the chair and lie Gan consideration of the Bill. Or. Overstreet of Indiana who is to have charge of the Bill opened the debate with a it speech. Ile awl in part a Elf the Legal Standard today is the Gold it Linda re under the act of 1-7.h a positive statute to that Eye can the no harm. Of. On the other baud there is any reasonable doubt it should a dispelled by a statute Plait anti Clear in its terms. When certainty shall take the place of doubt and the integrity of our credit be a fixed a. The Honor of the nation the National debt can in readily refunded of lower inter St rates Aru future Loans negotiated Xith Eim it Ipi it ii better term than Ever before. I he rapid development of american and it not to expansion. Bringing nut people into close relations with tile leading nations of the world make it imperative Tea his part a the famous Fiche i la ii la it Little a Mil t i i store Aud gave 8� la the Spanish i i Sweis tile finishing to a Ltd it tilt a my ii Trot Falls of tor of a so not r i a Frau a to Alt Hor a. I. The pro \. W f tic in. Ottumwa Ai to Nei a a inure in. It id i to Tunis a Tam att the the Man i it i ii Ami of of la i. To join general Methuen fighting at m0dder. British artillery Shell the position of the Boers. Mudder River. Dee. To. The naval 4-Inch gun again took position North of the Cam this afternoon while a howitzer Battery a posted South East on the left of the Boers. Both opened tire with Luddite. Uniat King the Boer position which was the object of the British Maneu vers. After an hour s firing the Boer guns were silenced. The howitzers searched the Trench and then threw hell after Shell ii Man the Hills the explosions of Luddite causing the whole ground Over an extensive area to Rise in the air Iii dense Brown Clouds. The Boer Long gun was dismantled. It appears the Boers intend the next Light to take place at Magor Fontein. Apparently spy Fontein is not defended or the Boers Are unwilling to unmask their position there a replies to the British artillery Are All from guns at mag ers Fontein. A slump in industrials in ii Hall v Hiim St civilize tin a print $ t Retreat almost a rout. Splendid w Ark of British artillery hold biters Iii Beck. London. Dee. La. Later details regarding the disaster to Gatacre a column How that but for the magnificent work of the British artillery the disaster would have Lieen far More extensive. As the incessant Boer Shell fire in the midst of the repulsed infantry ultimately led to disorder which Only escaped developing into a rout through batteries of artillery of i the Standard of Val Niento Are made it known to the High a recent events s beyond our control bearing obligations which the National Honor require Lull be it Jui rage ii sly do charged open new Fie. For american statesmanship. Channels of Trad y to unknown to american Euterpie and avenues of Commerce yet to Welcome american products will surely result. Such conditions emphasize the be site for a Standard of value which shall remain firm throughout the Vicissitudes of competitive or. Over Fiert then made an elaborate exposition of the feature of the Bill. The methods of their operation. Aud in conclusion said a the advocates of currency Reform firmly declare that the financial operation of the government Are upon a Gold Standard but that honest fears engendered by doubtful legislation relative to Silver coinage and the persistent attacks iio11 the Standard of value fully justify the legislation asked. To firmly fix Gobi a the Standard of value in unequivocal terms made fully operative by till proper safeguards i the Central idea of the Law proposed. A it is confidently believed that the country demand it and that our action will be ratified by Tine it up t i he supporters of the proposition Are drop if Trust stocks caus0s sex not confined to the Republican party or to the so called Money centers dem a it of courage and conviction have nobly dared to break from party line and suffer unflinchingly the sting of the party whip in an honest Pat riot in Effort to uphold the integrity of the National credit Ami make secure Sioux willing ise Poisel Bill mint i Al la in id i tile Tell of re War federation of lad r. I it i e i it Gat full to a Nill a til in it. I a no Nai i lip in by \ Iii la it Oil Deli the i the or to by will suon be captured. Arrivals i ruin Manila i Bink if u in a la let will Ile a aught. It at Francisco dec. trans port Zeal Andia from Manila has arrived but has not vet decked. I has or. Hoard the Iiorio it of Amain ii. In Lute. To t he wreck in Nebraska. I i. B. A a Tig i Kiln inc freight t a. A to of Cit ement on change african War news a Factor. It isl of it copying successive positions covering begun to work up toward tile table the Retreat thus drawing a minion of lands of to of Price anti a plethora of he Boers galling tire. Apparently currency. The result just As ii Toto and All the tither Ages from intern Down have brought out commercial health and happiness through a out the land. Quot i desire to a that never in my life and never to my belief in the history of this nation have of Many looms hummed so Many Furnace fire flamed and so Many factory Ehi Neys smoked night and Day As there Are at present. A great amount of Money has brought this. A and now for the application of All i this. J Here i to be brought before i the House to commit this country irretrievable to the single Gold Standard. Is this action demanded is it Wise in my belief it is Unm see Ary and May prove a menace. Let Well enough alone. A the republicans have been claiming that we have Lieen on a practical Gold Standard of late years. Then Why in the name of common sense is it Nee j i Essav the British were set an impossible Tak and were treacherously guided. After a trying March being Lin tier arms sixteen hours they attacked the wrong part of the Boer position where the Hill was impregnable and the burghers were estimated to number 6.000 instead of 2,500, As the lies reported. There is Little in the Story to mitigate the intense humiliation occasioned by tilt episode which i most an exact counterpart of the Battle of Nicholson a Nek. The affair j has caused great depression everywhere. Not excepting the Stock Exchange. Where Consols Are at the lowest Price in Many years Ami South african securities slumped not so much on account of the military Revere j which is retrievable but owing to profound apprehension a to its political effect. No great Surprise will now be Felt if a Tao re s reverse results in gape Colony becoming aflame from end to end. New York. Dec. La. An exciting Tim was witnessed on the took Exchange this morning. Saturday s fall in Price had brought in a Large volume of Selling orders from holders of Long Stock who had Lieen clinging to holdings in the expectation that the Market would weather the Money difficulties until the end of the year and that Price would resist any Periou to go into a discussion of a own work and actually went foraging financial measure and perhaps disturb gloomy press comments. For the americans. The horns Region is the richest the americans have entered in the Northern Campaign. The i Locos Are prosperous intelligent and More than half civilized. They have excellent House and carry on flourishing industries. Many of them Are evident in Rich. Several town. Received the troops with bands and the singing of Church Bells. Attle were killed and houses were opened to the a map. Quot How much of this display was sincere and How much due to a desire to propitiate the conquerors it would in hard to say. There were evidences that similar hospitality had been extended to Aguinaldo. The people tie scribed him As cheerful hugging the Hope of salvation through american politics and every whet try ing of maintain support by proclaiming with reining sincerity that the i ailed states Congress would certainly recognize the Independence of the filipino Republic in december. Manx cd the citizens exhibited note from lieutenant Gill net c and it hoi american prisoners in which the re Weijie it were recoil mend d to the a in c Gratis in the Core of kindness Hen to the writers. Hit re Are i Wen Tex to Amel i it in it ii fid us. A the delicate equilibrium of present commercial weal a i am still a believer in International bimetal ism lint feel that the Chicago platform in asking that this nation go alone in the free coinage of Silver took a step that might in called Radical bold and perhaps bad pastors wife Dies. Wife of an lows fall clergy in an phases away re Flat heavy Snow. Iowa Falls. La. Ill mrs. John Niti 1-Holland. Wife of the pastor of the. People s Church lied Here y esterday j i a a and was buried today. Her death resulted from dropsy Ami heart trouble. She was about 50 years Jyi. \ band and daughter survive. The Fli tily formerly lived at Minneapolis and Charles Fly la. The first heavy now Durn of the Eason prevails in this Section today id it i reported a general now h i a Reid falling since Early morning and h several inches deep on the level. It a heavy and not Drifting. The Fem a erasure is mild. The storm coir rom the Northeast Aud shows Igne of abating. Gatacre Quot Dele will have a Kiteck on gape Colony. London. Dec. discussing the or feat of general Gatacre at Stormberg. The daily mail says a quite apart from the loss of iou fighting men. The unexpected Boer Success will probably cause a More general and serious movement among the gape dutch. The government must promptly face Gilby the immediate dispatch of further the daily news say. A tile reverse general Gatacre suffered is a Adit Peculiar Lif Timulty of military operations in a Semi disaffected country. The enc my spies Are everywhere and nowhere eau Vve rely confidently on any counter information. General Gatacre seems to have been completely trapped. Of course he will be lined lately Ile Ithily Bruin in a there is Only too much Leiis it in to Leal thai this i Ike worst illustration we have bail yet of inadequate equipment and a stiff Clent scouting. How far flu disaster was due to Lack of judgment on Lite spot and How far to Lack of i decline. People who would not think of Selling stink last week when they were 5 to 15 Points higher fumbled Over each other to sell this morning. Many of them were forced to do so by the calling in of Loans with which they were holding stocks. New of a serum to the British in South Africa awake Nevi Lively apprehension j. Iii Wall Street and a an Aid to the bears in the Hullabaloo they raised to encourage the decline. The so called Trust Stock were the Center of attack. I Eunist a oui. American tobacco. Sugar tin Blate anti ult were severely handle. After the fit to violent dip the lieu were inclined of a a take the very inviting profit offered Ami come need to buy causing nine violent recoveries. But Lack of any Large demand encouraged them to renewed efforts for a decline which carried prices of Many Stock below the previous Low joint. Up to noon extreme loses have Lieen made As follow Tennessee goal. 21 Points american tobacco. 7 sugar change dividends. 41 i Iii Blate. Many other Industrial f a 11 2 mints or Over. Only a few railroads receded new York Central. Burlington. Pennsylvania Kansas anti Texas Basifio. By noon another rally a in Progress on Bear covering. The foundation of the vast and expanding business of our people. The american yeomanry Iii the great agricultural Fields of the country Are fully aware of tin importance of tin subject and appreciate the Wisdom of lec i Lati ii. Nearly All those who wavered in 186 corrected their error in i a Mason denounces England. Cut hol log we train. I was Var ing. K Mur Pix w reek the tra freight of the Morgan contain Dorris h e Steamer a air dior Blind to Quot ave the in thinks vet re re its a late by fully exonerated is mended the i i arrived on than to Raie the i a. Wrecked of my if impel. He Ray the lit their defeat do it a soon by express office robbed. Lizon casualties. List of americans killed a wound t recently. I Herr in Der it a general by French chinese Row. Tiling Yamen Likely to ill us a French Denton. Peking. Doc. Llu Tho French government has formally Dom. In cd <1 the degradation of the Viceroy of Canion to. Aug a the order to execute the Chine a magistrate what was a Josh for the murder of two French officers at Montau his not been carried out. The Tsung ii Yamen will probably refuse. Burglary at Claremont. Hirer at. S i it. Ile ii m get. King s general store burglarized Ami about juju Sorrit of goods taken. The Good stolen consisted a Hohe and gents Hoe gloves Mitten Ami underwear Alk tics. Handkerchiefs ii lick o Ito Csc Aud other article cd Simi Tai nature. To the thieves. Fit for the Arret and a is Eves it offered by j he re i y do pal a a ii jct ii or St a no i few 111 of a a King. Talk on hit by a Lution la doers. Washington. Dec. La. I in an flounced intention a it of senator Maeon of Illinois to addres the Senate Oil his Resolution expressing sympathy with the South african republics ii their War with great Britain Drew a Large audience to the galleries. Senator Hoar Presente re solution of the Massachusetts legislature in favor of it constitutional amendment for uniform hours of labor in manufactories Iii the i listed Stafe senator Cockrell of Missouri Ca lie i the attention of the pen Ion committee to the i a i 11 for the payment of pension to freedmen. Senator Gallinger. Chairman of tile committee said such a Hill should not have Lieen presented and he believed tin committee would not endorse it. Kit. Promoters were deluding that a Sands of Jumior people trying to keep the agitation alive for their own Benefit. Senator Pettigrew of South Dakota offered a Resolution calling on the ret Ary of War for ail order relating to general Merriam s action toward the Otter do Alene miners in went Over. Senator Morgan of Maba Iua. Introduced a joint Resolution to prohibit combinations Lief Ween Jorj vocation control pric it on interstate Coin Merci and transportation or discriminating in favor of or against any Cia of traders dealer con umers. Or let a Itie. Declaring them contrary to pub ii policy and illegal affixing a penalty of 5 i of to $500 Fine and one month to it it two years imprisonment. He gave Nti he would address the Senate on the subject. Set Utor a on of Hincu then a of Dro de the Senate tin his or Ute r i n Elution. I up tech was Long am1 vehement. I maintained that under the Monroe doctrine and precedents of i nit cd state Bud the air Quot a. A a a a Teod pm Puthy to the bal to Antei Fern with la i duct of affairs a a a ii a a Cia red the Boer Aal App ? j in a hold Etc is i a k thousand Dot he v Enne. Yvo i of the Pacific l i he r a la. Ill i s de till til in i los Vera i Cone. R 21 w. Kepr the strip How my Lim. I it Pollok the Day for to b grit it to a i pal t of Jingle. Enne i the from Enerre office my my to o ret i minutes the City in tra to door. Tin Otic this i disco the my Atte of to no d. Navy ail s the army. Admiral la ii i son it a inuit to a p pea i i f Viii \ i t to or. Has important information. Vlacil urn s frien a it i age i a i a. I it. Believe ill Iii in in us. A Boti i Telegram from fit for 4cat i sits is court of in no evening for re. Or gun and 11 in a of it Al i f m f or Idi ii Ream Zed a i fees fix Tig. And a m Indol e Lith pre dam in v
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