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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 15, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota Khz i Day december to. 1��9. N in a Blu 112 weeping and wailing throughout England Long casualty list reported by general Methuen deepens gloom in Britain Ladysmith Rumor report that Huller and cd cry had entered the town capturing 10,000 Boer considered baseless. Loudon Dee. War office is still without news from Ladysmith other than that already published. Che general belief is that the larg Hoer forces lord Methuen encountered at Mager Fontein were part in drawn from Natal and the Jenera strike a blow before these have time to return. In newspapers Are calling upon the government to employ the Cunard ers. Is Well As the White Star steamers As transports seeing the urgent necessity for getting More men to the Cape As speedily As possible. Forty thousand men could still he sent from England without culling upon the militia for foreign service. The militia effective is from this body 20,000 carefully selected men could easily be prepared for South Africa. Moreover the colonies Are again proffering assistance. The greatest need therefore is speedy transports. Sir Charles Warren. Who arrived at ape town yesterday. Will possibly succeed lord Methuen Ami take command of the combined forces. The daily i Hron Iele s i thief River correspondent s report which is at variance with All other reports represents lord Methuen a forces As retiring tuesday on the Camp at mudder i Vee As tile result of renewed artillery tiring that Day. Lite correspondent sax s Quot tuesday Forenoon the hours brought heavy guns into action. The British artillery replied but failed to silence them. Lord Methuen thereupon withdrew his Force out of Range and concentrated at mudder Loudon Dee. It. The War Ort a this evening made the following announcement Quot the sixth division a been mobilized and four battalions of this division will have la Een embarked by sunday. The government has also approved of tin immediate mobilization of the seventh division. Lindon. Dec. 14.-�?while the outwardly Calm attitude of the press and people Bere during the present Eris comr ands admiration there is an undercurrent of intense indignation against the War office and the government on account of the serious blunders of the generals and the further evidences of a breakdown of the transport and intelligence department which Are daily coming to Light. It is freely predicted even in High military circles that the South african Campaign will la a until Lune. It is also believed that Methuen will have to retire South of the Orange River As it is claimed he cannot hold out Long at Modder River where his ammunition and food supplies Are not expected to last Over a week. Iii fact. It is said his line of communication is probably already Cut and it is claimed Gatacre is similarly weakened by his reverse and the revolt of the colonists. It is added that he might have a Choice Between a siege and a Retreat. Afternoon papers of All shades of polities follow the morning papers in facing the situation courageously and demanding the immediate dispatch of reinforcements. Thus the Radical Star says Quot the stake that Dammer it Sainlar lain has thrown on tin table is not merely South Friea but the Empire. It is too late to regret the game. We have no Choice but to Day it. Even if it involves sending abroad the militia our armies in South Africa must be amply sad War office scenes. The scenes at the War office lids morning when Methuen a casualties were ported were highly dramatic. There was a steady incursion of Aux ions inquirers from the moment the doors were opened and there was intense excitement when an official appeared bearing an ominously lout list of names. The women present crowded eagerly Forward Ami begged for copies of the lists but the Supply a not sufficient and the official read out the list. Intense feeling was evident on a1 faces. It was a memorable seen. Some of the women were so overcome they had to be assisted from the room. More Balli detail. A mudder River dispatch tinted the Lith says Quot details gathered by tin associated press among the wounded British and hours give some idea of the desperate nature of the tight at a Gei Fontein. The highlanders did All the most Gallant troops in the world it Oxild do. But it was impossible to face die terrible fire of the Boers the British artillery again saved a he situation and divided the honors of the Davv it ii the scots. The butteries worked for hour under a galling rib tire. According it the Boers stories twas impossible for the burghers to escape fearful Josh. One Boer Pilsner said a Bingle Luddite Shell killed or wounded Over seventy and that two other shells Burnt Over two bodies of Boers ensconced behind a Range do no fearful damage. All agr the Boer fought throughout with the utmost gallantry their Sharp Mooui Seldom tidied it Murk. Highlander says that while he was in wounded Oil the Field he saw a Boer of typical German appearance. Faultlessly dressed with perished Tup boots arum shirt with silk ruffles a i Gar in his Mouth walking among the j Hilt Hilk picking off the British. Ile a a is quite alone and it was apparent from the frequent use he made of held glasses lie was Angling out officers. Quot another wounded Boer says a Luddite Shell fired sunday fell in the Middle of an open air prayer meeting held to offer supplication for the Success of the Boer arms. All the wounded Are full of Praise for the treatment discredited the a deceived from the medical a part uncut on the reviewed by military Lisper. I he Post military expert say a the news which reached Here last night will make every englishman close his lips with Grimness expectancy and determination. We Learned with a measure of ironical contempt that the Boers had been appointed to inflict National humiliation. There Are worse things than the announcement by a nation that it would purge itself of Pride and the worse thing in the worse was a been ours. Face to face with a nation Iii arms Aud United we disc to soil As a conqueror the terms of settlement and divided As a Victor the spoils. Well we have had our Day of humiliation so far As the fight at Mager Fontein eau be construed. The Advance from the Modder terminated sunday afternoon with a bombardment of the enemy a trenches. It lasted from 4 a. Til. Till dark. All night it rained. It is very probable that when Luddite is used in a moist atmosphere rain will follow. At Dawn monday the Highland brigade advanced against the Southern end of the hours left. Fire was poured into the column or was helpless to return. As the fire came by the flank and end bladed the lines. They retired and reformed in Good order. First the Gordons advanced to their support. While the guards were on the right and with the Yorkshire infantry were preventing the enemy from cutting through to Mother. Quot the attention of the enemy right Wing had been held meantime by four batteries of mounted infantry and cavalry. I he enemy a guns made no reply to the Early artillery fire. They it realize by now that their artillery is. Under certain conditions safer and More useful when silent. After the Highlander attack had been repulsed the hours came out in the open apparently with the intention of breaking through the British Center they failed the guards Ami artillery forcing them Back. Tuesday morning Methuen fell Ivack again to the Modder. Possibly to secure his right flank against an attack from Jacobs dal. Methuen describes the to of the Boers As terrible yet they stuck to the trenches and must be allowed the honors of the engagement. Tim ended the fourth Battle for the Relief of Kimberley and we Are yet in doubt As to the 7 was the widow of two famous mormons death of a woman fio played conspicuous part Iii mormon history. Wife of both Smith and Young married the latter when Hie or initial Prophet was killed m a an ardent believer in polygamy. Bian Ogato. With food supplies clothing. A Cartridge factory and Barracks. Quot Macarthur troops captured i Basin. I town on the southwestern coast of Luzon with slight opposition urn a few Light casualties Quot do the the inst. Hate reported from Zamboanga that he has garrisoned Baikin and is sending troop to Otto Bato and Davao that the condition of affairs is satisfactory. Eighteen Hundred Spanish prisoners wet received in Manila and Over 2,000 More Are Enro Ute. Thirteen Hundred Wen shipped to Spain on the 16th inapt. These prisoners Are in much better physical condition than the Spanish troops who surrendered when Manila Washington is not forgotten Centenary of his death fittingly celebrated to it. Vernon and elsewhere. Three burned to death. Fire at wit a a Alt Lake City Utah. Dee. I a. The seventeenth grave in the burial plot reserved for the wives of Brigham Young in the City cemetery was Fille a yesterday when the remains of mrs Emily Dow Partridge Young Wert Laid i t their last resting place. The death of this woman which occur re last saturday leaves but two of Brigham Youngs wives in the land of the living. They Are Anna Eliza who became famous through her lecturing tour and who is now living in a Little Wisconsin town. And Amelia Folsom the last and favorite wife of Brigham w to lives in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Emily Dow Partridge Young occupied a unique place in the history of the mormon Church. She was the Only woman who was Ever the wife of two presidents of that ecclesiastical Baxly. Her to Cost husband was Joseph Smith the original Quot Prophet. Seer and revelator Quot of mormonism. She married the Quot Prophet Quot in Nauvoo. Ii shortly after the Quot revelation Quot a it or knitting pint marriages was received by Smith. At that time Smith had gut one wife. Emma and it i related that she offered no objection when Lier husband proposed to increase his domes tie menage by wedding Emily Dow a Partridge. Miss Partridge Hail gone. To Missouri with her parents who had in Njuty in n6�3rd to tu0 p f 111 p p i n 0 s embraced the mormon religion As the Iii a tenement mouse Giaui Harg n. V. Brooklyn x. Y., Dee. 15. A Telephone menage was received at police Headquarters at 2 of clock this morning from Williamsburg saying three people had been killed Iii h fire which i broke our to a rear tenement of too i South first treet. Three bodies have i already been removed from the tire. The dead Are mrs. Roscher. 05 Veals old. Mrs. Susan smythe. -5 veal i old. Like free. 51 year it old. Mrs. I seher and mrs. Smythe were found on the Fop Hoot suffocated to j Leath. The body of preen was found on the second floor badly burned. Mrs. Freen jumped from the second Story window and was Eri ii la injured. The fire burned very seriously and it a with difficulty that some of the other tenants were brought out in safely by die police and firemen. President makes an address remarkable growth of the real Republic largely due i the foresight of the nation father. \ or senator Pettigrew s Resolution tabled British losses very heavy. General Methuen lost has killed wounded and missing. London Dee. 14. The official Repin gives the total number of killed wounded and missing of Ai arms in the engagement of sunday and Munday North of Modder liver Asp. I Here were fifteen officers killed and forty Iii addition live Are missing Aud one is known to have been made a prisoner. The War office has received a no age stating there were 650 casualties among non commissioned officers Ami men of the Highland brigade at a Gei Fontein. The brigade lost leu officers killed thirty eight wounded and four Are missing. The War office a received from general Gate arc the following is of casualties furnished by a correspondent w to was permitted to visit i or Boer Camp with tin chaplains and t is believed to be reliable second Royal Irish. In killed. 52 wounded fir East Lama hires. I wounded second Northumberland. I killed. 27 wounded. Ail the above wounded no n Are i boilers. Following is a list of tin officers killed and wounded at Mager Fontein High land brigade killed Genera Wauchope. Colonel j. X. I. Goode i colonel doff. Major Robinson five i captains and two lieutenants. Wounded a colonel kelp Iii. Major Berkley major Duff even captains and three lieutenants. Many of the Are Dan j Gerot isly wounded. Second Royal highlanders mounded major Cuthbertson. One Captain end three lieutenant. Missing i to captains and one lieutenant. Coldstream guards killed Marquis of Worcester. Mounded major Bambini and one Captain. Of he rank and file 0 were killed. 46 wounded. Twelfth Lancer one killed Ami eighteen wounded. Ninth juicers one killed nine wounded. Second Seaforth missing. Major Mackenzie and one Captain. Field artillery Twenty one wounded. A surgeon major taken prisoner. Mounted infantry killed majors Milton and Ray. Discredit sensational Rumor result of a visit of Smith to their Home in Massachusetts. She became one of the most devout adherents of the new Faith and when Smith expressed a desire to marry her she consented. It is stated that she a the Tii i woman to Leeome the joint owner with another woman of a husband. Mrs. Sinith lived with the Quot Prophet until he a stoned to death by a Nauvoo tool it. In the meanwhile he had met Brigham Young who had com into prominence a one of the Leader of the Church. Iii the Case of Smith. Young was also married but he too. Was desirous of other wives. He proposed to mrs. Smith Ami she married him. Later she crossed the Plains with her second husband Aud by him had Many children. To or. Young probably More than to any other mormon woman a due tile fastening of the plural marriage system on the Church. She fit Only believed that the Corv of a Man in the not cons dered by the Senate. Decisive vote against it majority Luke the ii rout a1 hat discussion would Only or suit Iii encouraging the filipino. Of celestial world would depend almost entirely on the number of wive he had in this one. She urged her husband to it take inure wives and insisted that her woman acquaintances enter the plural relation. A though a Uelia Folio Iii called the Quot favorite Quot wife of Brigham Young and although lie built a Palace for her opposite the Church offices it was to the relict of Joseph Smith thai he turned often est for counsel and for coi Foit in the troublous time that followed the flight of the mormon Colony from Missouri. I of mrs. Emily Dow Partridge Young s children Ami grandchildren Are thorough mormons. Two of her daughters became plural wives one of them Mal lying George a Almon who is rated a the Hrew de to mormon of them All. Nother of mrs. Youngs daughter married ii. In Clawson. Jaw son is a prominent Bishop and Ninon righthand Man. He managed the latter a candidacy for the Senate during the last session of the legislature Ami although that body was overwhelmingly democratic and George q. Cannon is a Republican he came within a few vote of being elected. This one fact shows the influence of mrs. Emily Dow Partridge Youngs sons in Law on the religion and polities of the state of Utah. The dead woman a 75 year. Obi when the end came. Iii spite of the hardships he had endured incident to the Early settlement of the country. So remained in vigorous health up tot a year or two ago. During the last few months she failed rapidly and she died at the residence of ii a son in i Law Bishop Clawson. Amelia Folsom Young i reported to in in failing health and her demise is looked for at almost any time. It is Likely that her grave will be the last in the local Brigham Young burial plot. Ann Eliza renounced the mormon religion at the time she went on her lecture tour in the Early �?T70s, and even if she desired it the authorities would not permit Lier burial near the other wives. War office Bas heard not Bing Butler entering Ladysmith. London. Dee. 14.-�?a Pietermaritzburg special says general Buller Hod eneral fiery have entered Ladysmith and have captured 10,000 Boers. The British War office has heard nothing of the Relief of Ladysmith. Officials do not credit the report As Relief of the place at such an Early Date is believed to lie practically impossible. Churchill escapes. Wants gallantry rewarded. Wallington dec. 15. The Senate. By a decisive vote and practically without discussion Laid on the table the it Tigre Resolution of inquiry As to whether or not United states Force had recognized the filipino insurgents Flag and had turned Over Spanish soldiers to tile insurgents. Or. Pettigrew a Resolution came up 1 Iii the regular order. Senator Chandler moved to Lay the Resolution on the table and refused senator Pettigrew a request to with Straw the motion. Or. Pettigrew spoke briefly saying that i Only purpose to ascertain whether certain newspaper statements concerning the be cognition Given Aguinaldo s forces by our Fleet Iii Manila Bay Iii the Slimmer of 11 were True. 11 a a said the statement bad teen made repeatedly that ice a bearing the philippine Flag Hail a cd in and out of the Harbor at that time and that the Flag had been saluted on different occasion by the american forces. In had never seen a contradiction of this Rej it Ort and he considered if important to know whether it a based on fact. Ile had Al a a seen frequent statements to the effect that at one time oui Force had turned Over prisoner. Taken in it Battle on suing Bay to the filipinos. Senator i handler replied that every j word of the Resolution Ami so Neche made on it would la cabled to Manila. For this reason lie hoped tin Resolution would in promptly disposed of. The motion to Lay on the table a carried yeas 41. Nay 20 a follow yeas Ulrich. Allison. Beveridge. Garter handler. Lark of Wyoming. Teboe. Let a a Welkins. Fairbanks. In or Aker. Foster Frye. Gallinger Lear. Hanna. Hawley. Kean. Lindsay. I Ridge Mcbride. Mccoma. Met urn by. My finery. Mclaurin. Mcmillan. Nelson Perkins. Platt a f it on Nee tent. Platt it new York. Pritchard in it. Scott. Sewell shoe p. Spooner. Stewart. I hair ton. Wellington. Wet More Wolcott 4 1. Avs Bacon. Bate. Berry. Butler. Clay. Cockrell Harris i Eitek. Hour. Jones of Kansas Kenney. Money. Pettigrew. Pettus. Rawlins. Sullivan. To i la Fern it. Tillman Turley. Vest 20. Senator Davis from the Komi Viteo in foreign relation introduce a bid i to provide for the punishment of violations of treaty rights. It provide i for the punishment of crime against the citizens of other countries commit to a Iii the Tate of the i United states under the Laws of the state in which i the crimes May be committed. After a Brief executive session the i Adwate agreed to the Hon. Resolution for a Christmas Holiday Fnu Decem Oti prime Lieut. Batson and rec Lier 20 until january Brimah correspondent gets away from Pretoria. Lourenzo Marquez dec. a stun Churchill Ulivi newspaper Gorre Pont Lent former officer of Tho fourth a rec North Hussars who waft captured at the armoured rain disaster near est court november 16, has escaped from Pretoria. Min ends promotion. Washington Dee. 15. A general Otis cables the War Despai uncut a follow Quot Manila Dee. 14. Lieutenant Bat it on. Fourth cavalry organized four Large companies of mat be be con. And had Advance of Lawton troop and attended Young cavalry into Northwestern Luzon. Batson leading with conspicuous gallantry la several hard fought engagement. Do november 16 he was seriously wounded Iii the foot amputation probably win be necessary. Con he not receive a maturity in some staff corp a a Reward for efficient service Quot general Lawton repor1 Dolman province freed of insurgents. Yester i Day troops of the fourth cavalry Cap to cd a Strong Mountain position near at 1 05 p. Iii. The Senate adjourned out of respect to the memory of tie i late representative i Kin Ford. Of Ohio. Bia Cabato taken. To by Mountain stronghold in Apter colonel Huwa Manila. Dec. 14.�? a detachment of colonel Hayes cavalry under lieutenant Arnold a captured Biaua Bato a Mountain stronghold Quantity Ltd of munitions of Wei cured major Batchelor a battalion Twenty fourth infant most King slow Progre in the spam Valley villager Are giving the coloured troop predecessor banquets and balls everywhere. \ Large Vav re amp Euf the Washington. Dee. 4. Mount non was the scene today of the most unique and impressive ceremony in it Rich and picturesque history. Masons of High degree from All Over tile United state Ami Amula met at the Tomb of Washington Iii services commemorating tin i Ooth University of the death of the greatest american. President Mckinley delivered in eloquent tribute to the memory of the first president senators representatives High officials of the government and distinguished private citizens Weie participants Ami spectators of the solemn service. Later in the Day. Winn the masonic ceremonies had been concluded. The Independent order of red men succeeded them in honouring the memory of Washington with to rite a a their order the masons went from this City to mount Vernon and joined the Federal Gran i Lodge of Virginia. At mount Vernon the procession in eluding president Mckinley Ami Ether distinguished truest formed and moved solemnly to the old a Hap i. Where reposed la remain of Washington. Iii the exact order Anil Over Thame path followed at Washington funeral. It the vault Bishop Randolph. Of tile episcopal diocese of \ Irginia. Offered the invocation. I Iii a followed by an add re it by the grand Muster of my on of i Dorado. The proce iou then moved to the Tomb where the remain of Washington now lie. Here occurred the impressive service of the masonic ritual. Grand masters of the thirteen original state formed in line facing the representatives of other jurisdiction and th4 grand Lodge and other Brethren standing in a Circle around the Tomb with joined hand. Then the grand master of Virginia it ailed upon each of Hie jurisdictions for messages and Tiibi ides sent by thu. Is the grand master of California representing the Western state concluded the following responses were made the Craft All of the grand masters a ooh death. Where i thy the Craft Quot of. Grave where is thy v Ictor Quot the grand masters then deposited wreaths and evergreens Aud the Craft slowly marched Mist. Laying on the Tomb their tributes met kitties a til lies. I Iii reaching the mansion Iii were drawn tip amt president Mckinley delivered i address which a listened to in profound and impressive silence. He said a we have jut participated in service Corn in pm or a t ire of the Moth anniversary of the death of George Washington. Here at his old Home. Which he loved so Vivell. Which the i riot in women of the country have guarded with Loving hands the Eer cies have Lee conducted Nuder the 1 auspice of the great fraternity of masons which a Century ago planned and executed the solemn be re it oui to which attended the father of i country to the Tomb. The Lodge in which he a initiated and the on Ever which he afterwards presided a Wor hip Fui master accorded portions of Honor at i obsequies today Are represented Bere in Token of profound respect to the memory of their most j illustrious member Ami Ive loved brother. A on throughout the United stat testify anew their reverence for the name of Washington and the inspiring example of his life. I he distinguished representatives Here from ail the grand Lodge of the country j Render the ceremonies As dignified and impressive a x sible. And most cordial greetings have come from across our Borders and from Ivey on to the Ara a not Aion in this country but throughout the world have masons taken Epe Tai internet in the observe i Alice of thi Centennial anniversary i my fraternity justly claims the immortal Patriot a one of if members the whole human family acknowledge him us one of its Greuze to Benefactor. Public Bodie. Patriotic societies und other organizations of citizens everywhere have esteemed it a privilege today to Jakiv tribute to i memory and Tlle splendor of i achievement Iii the advancement of Justice and Liberty among men. Quot i fair Fame secure it it immortality. Hall Shine through Counti sages with undiminished Luster la struggling Republic for which Washington was willing to give his life and for which he Ever freely spent i j for t ii Ive. And which at a1 time a the object of his most Earnest solicitude. Has steadily and wonderfully de-1 eloped along the lilies which in a i Lacity Aud forethought carefully planned. It a stood every trial Aud i at the Dawn of a new Century is a stronger than Ever to carry Forward i its Mission of Liberty. During All the intervening years it a t Een True for Ever True to the precepts of the count it Ion which he Aud Tia illustrious j a of it ague franc d for it guidance in government. Ile was a National Archi of Lect. Say a Bancroft the historian and a f fur ii or the Carien could not the be i Icho Ved la Independence could not re he formed its Union could not in it put the Federal government into or i at Ion. He had neither precedent nor i work a original. Cd Astruc Tive and has maces fun. Stood the severe 70.000, of pen it glance to the triumphant. Tin eulogist. I Nob j i he president j length from co Antres by mints the occasion of from the addres o from general Lee oration Ive fort Bogress. And cont into a while Strong w Tion he is Trouge meat of the Ceiler followed. Offei the fury he is better a perfectly Umler too in venerated and h lived. Ile remains influence for Good sphere of action of is recognized a not sighted statesman but As having lie built not alone but for the great to out the rightful problem which Over to come. The Nati moment tin help a of Iii dealing with oui ties we turn to him. Sci of his life Chan we summon i. Pre keep i pledges to Law. Education Nior lignin Liberty Iii t country new As we the services conch edition by Broth rabbi of Beth a Hama mood. A. Highwayman gets worst of a hold up tries to Boba farm Hind at Sou fats and is probably a a in stabbed. His own m la is invited to take a wok 11 wring 4 on Vee to til t to in i omit i r it i or strikes id 4 idiot Alit a Draper ale drug i ii site. Ill in to f his of i for hid w e. Senate comm Hees. Republican make a i Iva nit Titer \ la Iii tax ill. Of w 11 Tig the s Iii f Ila in w rut qui i vie was Vav. Of i pal Carter. Fore Hulk a Obi i grit oms Foster. Perkin it outhit Vns is civil so claim Mas. Rep pc District Iii ton. Fri neat Ion Ai to examine Ross Chai rom i fisheries in f Orest lies chairman car geological St immigration Sewell in plat i belial Nelson Kyle. India i Man m intern in i tug the acne la 4\l� Ito Isi i la pm i. Lit us lit neat new Rettit i Iltz Iii i to i re n ins t a a and trusted Sisseton a. Ii. I no. T. A severe a-,-id.nf to curved in the Vicinity of thi k my my u in Lull in Lith a gab the other Hue Man probably a fur the Iii buggy saturated ached Hind almost Daze from e the fir had keen it pm one me be i of Bah i la Clin Ile de met i n treat l Gull i oat. Interstate of Tierce irrigation Simon Chi Art. Quarles. Manufacturers it not t. Military affairs Bur lines Clark to Yoni naval affair per pros of executive Inq Martinet chairman Beveridge. Pacific Island Aud Nevi a Forth or Cha inn Perkins. Fairbanks. Neb Epe Vav. Patent Pritchard Al ones. Pension de time. Qua Lier. Philippine i new i Man Allison. Hale. Pc Mcbride. Beveridge. Post office Elkin. Printing a Platt Ltd Phi Man . Private land t i a in. Privilege and Flection Public buildings an f Uirl inks. Chairman of Public health spoon Pew. Public land Lark Kean. Met my met a i practical the head Lite drop Riv every Bia. Whilo i exposed oily place ii a Ytem is at Coal a pert of i foot vein Ier in tie Ste Ira ugh of it a Cement at portion Ltd in a Hinig machine Ai it vie tit. Avis. S. In. Dec. La. Frank sunlit working ii to threshing machine in some manner got his hand it in lip ii hic ii it r a the Vinju ii Tim pulling it out in Limp to the members. His hand was lazily a .,.,1 it a a found it Cee a Irv to an nov i tit i l id Railroad Belat Ion idiom real Ion f ton it a us loll. I in Wiwi Clit. Ii a my i 1 a f ilm it la Miner. Revolution Rule a Wjk territories transportation chairman slump Potomac River More Heater. F Ive t Livili de i transportation met umber met ulna. Industrial i Man Proctor Lalii Protik National Bauk Kean trespasses upon Indian Limiter chairman. Woman suffrage Foo to it is observed that by Cut. And Stewart. Are. Erbil in the majority ii tee. D a bid it Les i it is. P. To if. Vow cd mum a Kinley will give it to Louse f first Lafayette Dollar sum u at Philadelphia mini. Philadelphia. A. Lafayette Dollar t by Congreve in Aid the Lafayette mom struck off this City to Lay. I sen Ted by the pre stare to the Pri fifty thousand o struck to 2 apiece. M Arri the United St tent is z Point race. Arum of Man of our
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