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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 20, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume xvii. Mitchell. Soi Ith a Kot a Yei n is i a y. I elem be h a a a i is it. In m Beh i i Cen. Lawton is killed sir Ltd a fit i i ruin. Itly sandbars which of insurgent trenches and buildings j command. The americans were compelled to Ford the River under lire. It ans while they were lying in the Rice Linchis and col lying across preparatory to parsing the Stream that general Lawton was shot. All except the officer were behind cover. A stall Oft cer was wounded about the same time Ami one other officer Aud seven men w Ere wounded. After three hours Quot shooting the filipinos were dispersed into the mountains. Cd one i Lockett took command when Leneral Lawton fell. President notified. Washington Dee. 19.�?up to i of clock this afternoon the Witt department had received no word of Gnu eral Lawtons death except that con eyed in the associated press Dis Starteri from in an ifs yesterday on i it Awit. The presidents Erst Intima ii in. Complies with Gen. Buller s request famous Indian fighter shot dead at the head of his troops. Falls in fight at san Mateo government to Send out four regiments of mounted yeomanry of being a very expressly told that he w an feet Ive rang a a it is tin artillery expert. Gunners of the in Good office the Teason anxious to get it of the enemy. Old old Stor the Oil i Anflic we Nan i Lii i Are Civ. Of. Mabini on future of the Philippines they must All be Good shots a my eur to it i Ilia displayed Over i Higland a not Bing new i Coin tic seat i a a a i. All new movement against rebels. Yorktown men May by free general \ a a ii to 45 believes Edmore and la is t Ompa ii ions Are now Iii 1 lie hands of Anteri can troops Manila. Dec. Uhf major Geue Rai Henry w. I Aston was hot and killed at san Mateo. He was standing Iii front of his troops and was shot in the breast. Ile died immediately. Law ton started from Manila last night with cavalry and battalion of the Twenty ninth and Twenty seventh infantry for the purpose of capturing san Mateo where to or o homa was Aid to have Hoo insurgents. Manila dec. Lha la p. Lawton left Home monday night having returned from his Northern operations saturday to Lead an expedition through Marquilla Valley which has been an insurgent stronghold throughout the War. The Valley haled but never tineral Ger Ive there the lion of the loss of the Brave officer was also Given Hun in the associated dress. The dispatch was sent to tin White House where a Cabinet meeting was in progress.4ind was received with expressions of profound sorrow and regret. It a Learned at the War department that instructions had a seen received last night from the. President to prepare Lawton commission As a brigadier general in the regular army to till one of Hie existing vacancies and tile adjutant general a clerks were at work on the commission when information of Lawtons death was conveyed to the depart Niento. Central Lawton we. A native of Indiana and won his commission in the army by signal gallantry during the War Lief Ween the states. Officiate confirmed. London. Dee. 20. The has at last consented to Force which Leneral build with hating demanded a Tov in inc 1 mobilize is credit it i along a a be it 20.�?tile War do Fol the i Hie worst Utain had begun. Bah. Large to organize Mila and Genera ii son Mariquita. The night was one tin season. A Terri Lii and is still continuing. Accompanied by his St Iff and troop i fourth cavalry. General Lawton set out at to of clock in Advance of the main Force consisting of the eleventh cavalry and one battalion each of the twentieth arum i went seventh infantry. Which started from la Loma at Midnight. It the a Small escort he led hic Way through an almost path Iez a count a \ a ii a a a a a tit a Miles Over Hills and through Canebrake and deep mud. The horse. Dim Ling the Rock and it idiot. Down the Hills. Before Daybreak the command had reached the. Head of rile Valley. San Mateo was attacked at once Alai a t Bree hours tight ensued. This re Washington pertinent last night received th4 lowing official confirmation of killing of general Lawton near san Mateo Luzon a Manila dec. Lawton engaged in driving insurgents from san Mateo Section of the country Northeast of Manila killed instantly a 9 i a yesterday morning. A great loss to us and his country. Lawton s career. Served with distinction in in ii mar Aud Indian Ltd a in a Igns. Washington Dee. Lawton. Known its a Good fighter and a Soldier of experience a born Iii Toledo. He served in the Union army throughout the civil War. Having a altered the service a. A sergeant of company a ninth Indiana Volunteer infantry in april. 1-61. He was successively promoted until in March. I�>65, he was Breve Ted colonel for Gallant and meritorious services during the War. He entered the regular establishment in july is. It. Second lieutenant of the forty first infantry coloured and remained with that Branch of the army unto january. 1871. Ile took a conspicuous part Iii the Indian wars in the West. A notable achievement timing i Pursuit Arni capture of Geronimo and i Apache braves. At the opening of tin War with Spain when sic Finley appointed him brigadier of Volunteer. In assigned him to tin command of a division of the fifth army Colp com a funded by Shafter in july. Lie was chosen for the important duty pm opening Hie military operations against the spaniards by the capture a if Elcaney and Hie interception of in Spanish reinforcement of in near _ de Cuba. Lawton sailed b r the Philippines january la lat. His distinguished services in the Philippines Are recent history. He received a special message trom Mckinley after i Sun Isidro. The essential of Success Iii South Africa namely 0.000 mounted infantry. This morning the War office issued an Oiler to the effect that the government hat decided to raise four South african mounted infantry regiments to lie called Imperial yeomanry and to be recruited from yeomanry volunteers and civilians possessing tile requisite qualifications. Enlistment will be for one year or during the continuance of the War. The men must be Between 20 and 35 year of age and of equal physique to the Ordinary cavalry Soldier. Officers and men Are to provide their own horses and to Wear Neutral tint cloth shooting jackets not necessarily uniform Felt hats breeches and gaiters. Aii must in Good riders and marksmen. Tile ame order invites every a it Teer regiment that is linked regular battalion Servia to Supply a full Zompa take the place of the 1 try of the regiment. These arrangements Are expected to result Iii a considerable fore. And to none but their guns Are a so i Lete. A a a Fin British officer i a a in the Early part of a Campaign so keen to get at his work and so eager to join Issue at once with the enemy that he is very Apt to forget or to hurry Over the preliminary precautionary a the London t Telegraph s correspond ent it Heively Camp. Natal sends the follow tug dated Friday november 13 Quot the troops of Ladysmith Relief column left Here at 4 Povlock this morning going toward Colenso. Quot our main Boily of cavalry to the right with a Field next to them was the in Nisi brigade under general bar came general Hildyard a w Idle upon the extreme left eral Hart s Irish brigade. Hied by several Field guns. A of the Wall Street flurry seems about Over everything depends on the form of government americans Stab ish. Action of Clearing Titi forces Assoc a rates dem it must be very Liberal stocks ape advancing Alain i f la nut 1 v a Clite is n Ollie moved Battery. Fusilier n. Then brigade is Genii passant of Iii left ild of be Ogin a it ii i Beroll Vav ill Jesuit. A rotary of the error to. In in a r Treasury a eve Ais. Venting a runic Mil 4j Aid aet to Quot while Barton and Ollil Dyard i advanced to envelope Colenso eral Hart on the left tried to the Tugela River two in West. Quot a Battery of big naval Luddite shells and 12-Pounder at the Center begat Hammer at the enemy a works North o men Fie ii Ford tilt Maui diem by consist idled i Torres at let. Red the s Tai of the indent o Manila Ceste unlit tiring Lens posted g away Tugela. I Eui Vith a g at the front in. Which will mounted injun a it was not. However fair try attacked that tin closed the position of its great Resolution and con Liers pushed ahead terrible fire of Shell which caused a splat like hailstones. A a portion of on guns were cutin of the enemy a Bank and the pc rely. Quot the Fusilier Colenso. To Zuei a ii Tii the i enemy Dis Annon. With age our sol-111 the face of a and Rifle bullets or on the ground the enthusiasm ments continues the government the in of and amp to l Volant i prom is. Items British second c Isis will convey general Oner from Egypt to the has been ordered to steal knots. Special reports regard ii ing at the Tugela River at ing through but All the 1 complain that these Are sorted and it is still Impo an accurate idea of the b the latest accounts How pears that general Buller a or enlist is to give a i i. 6 Cruiser. Re Kite ape. She it sixteen the fight filter Ela at ice of if Liei Zed the hut it unum reaches it Battery drove the i Hart Foi Iii Vieve 1 guns a tonal command. A correspond it still a a s puppets merely Cen sible to get title. From Mer. It a was in per As soda Ted in Teneni defensive works ultimate Success attack must necessarily lie and was improbable. Flu troops were withdrawn. Were several Hundred wounded. The Boer Cas were daily Telegraph ret dispatch from our scribing the b was handed i and naval Bort Range ii the River suffered Sellers from led the Tull the ii Tim and strength Reul rat it stay the and in. Dee. 20.�?mabini. R of the filipino e Troi Gist and u insurgents a a the Rilay Quot the future peace of the Phil depends entirely upon tilt of gov e in in i t the americans Cost we Are vanquished because we food Aud munitions and Mist our affairs but the spirit of in ence is craving for recognition individuality of tin filipino still lives. If the government Molly established Here is libel cure and free satisfaction an tent sent of the people will re there will in no trouble if it Revvie the people will lie Diss and a revolution will surely sooner or later. Without the p support such a movement is sible. Everything depends upon the americans do. The subs guerrilla warfare will be easily initiated if the it eople do not Sirij it. Which they will not do if the satisfied. Otherwise it will be Hij i to pre prominent Clin 101 in Dies. Or i. Ii iou Well s a by in. It in ii for ill to by Tai vie ret pm try an Imp stars for mail carriers. Vav. Tell to our killed unities to prolong it indefinite filipino people to ii i and det Stabli re com mine i Bel re to the nut in eminent to by results Iii the sires rights insult it of the Iii in in Wash to Gen length it in a Lei Ila rip to i Iii la re e u at i to by or Lac a in it pc Dis Sponden Tugela i in in Camp s after 6 p the. It arc the it o it i Temh v your the Lugli to at in. On it did until Ai nday it. The Hies handled ii tel m w a i title at at Chieve thirty five minutes Friday the Day of not reach our Lon out half past 7 yes f impress at hic very Camp s that the Sot at Hie Velv lord of Ltd oers excuse themselves r firing on As a re the Stretcher bearers a in Obi 11 i been to ii Lei a arc that two squads of t Connaught will ire 1 observed rangers took cover or civilian err cup indent h bearers of the red Cross and that nothing Ai Kmit this a Drew the Boer fire. Three i be though he so real ing killed and several won and cd. Fering s Everell. Much anxiety is Caus cd i Gay the fun to that the War office a Iii it of vet re v the to a vents of extent in parti do it the loss is of the it id i Wen military re its v the it Lay St Royed liar that Lowed to of guns Battery ver has it people to in governed it will not have been Iii Marinin spoke unofficially expressing his owl opinion. Goebel Willeke a fight. A it tie of co it of will be served Frank fort. Kyd a dec. Accord Ance with the dec re of the democratic state Central executive and Campaign committees at their joint meeting last thursday notices of contests against governor Tay Lor and lieutenant governor Marshall will is nerved today by the sheriff in behalf of Goe i Al and Beachman. The grounds set i $10 e thl in it in lev a it be new sugar concern. A Tai a an Xii i in in. Tru to i Ward i panic. In thei prices Streng and Vii at 2 3 govern torn h Jev ire the ant in. No the i Tidei rat Gari of the flt the n in t a c to it the i of a ived a la i a of ver. Menelik threatens Soudan. Art Itron the tin in Liliet Corret Gen of thanks capture of new of Manila. Dec. Officially Ann Young reports York a ii 19. 9 20 i in need the that in i oils Art la 1 tie from t the on t he he death tack was de Vav 1 on -.1 if-<1 by a few american Side apr of general Law ton difficult because of the Namuia fens is of file town. General i. Was walking along the firing line w ii Hill 300 y Ards of a Small Sharp shooters Trench conspicuous Iii the big White helmet he alway s wore and a Light yellow rain coat. Ile a also easily distinguished because of his commanding stature. La Harp shooters directed several close clipped til Gnu near by. His staff officer it to <1 Genera Lawton attention to the danger he was in. But lie Only laughed with his usual contempt for bullets. Suddenly he exclaimed. A i Anidi to n. In a desperate fell into the clenched fort to stand erect and arms of a staff officer. Orderlies rushed across i Fie <1 for surgeons who dashed no immediately. But their efforts were useless i he body was taken to a clump of b ish and Laid on a Stretcher the Fain liar White helmet covering the fat of tin dead general. \1 most a this moment tin cheers it the american troops Rushing into san Mateo Wen tiling tug w till the Rifle volley.-. After the fight six Stalwart cavalrymen forded the rivet t the town ferrying the litter on their so Iii Ders. The staff preceding with the do it and a cavalry a Cort following Lac troop to a a i 1 in loaded Tii rough the building Quot her the Baxly a Laid Ami Many a tear Bdl from the eyes in the 11111 w to had Long Ween with the intrepid Lawtell. The for men. is t Genera believe the american prisoner.-, including lieu ten int Iii More Are now in the Handel United states troops. Lieutenant colonel How be and major Hunter have Imen Ope Cati pm Vav and commands in North hocus province and it i supposed that one it the has effected the release of the no Eric ans. The report has not yet Len verified. Washington. De. 19. Encouraging news reached the Navy department yesterday from Admiral wats01 at Manila respecting the members of the Crew of the Yorktown boat partly which landed at Baler lat Spring the ref tort gives the account of a Sailor of tin party who has made i Way to Manila and it was shown that eleven of the original party Are til alive. The Man Byrnie �?T.-, who bring the news Vav As coxswain of the Yorktown a native ref Amsterdam but a resident of san Francisco where he ship Ted. La four dead men mentioned enlisted at the following Points by Gard. A russian at Brooklyn i Donald. Of 1 fit my Valley. Cal., Ai Mare Island Dillon a native of Peru. Ind., at Mare Island and Morrissey a native of Columbus neb., also at Mare Island. Admiral Watson cablegram is a follows a Manila Dee. 17. Seaman Fly Nile of the Yorktown ii. Captured at Baler recaptured with Woodbury by Cavally at Bay Amba no. Has reported on Board tis flagship. Both wounded when humor was taken and i it behind for report Nyga re Mcdonald Dilion London. Dec. In. The Clines either to confirm or the report telegraphed by so Judenf of the daily mail Era Buller has crossed the Tugela River and that general Methuen a lilt of communication has been Cut. Only the most optimistic gave any credit to the rumours that Buller had Eros to d the Tugela River and even they speedily realized if was incredible that the War office would refrain from immediate publication of news of such importance. There was also no confirmation of the statement that com Nunica \ i it \1 to i a ii nog ii Yin ta111 England Rome. Dec. 19.�?it i rumoured Iii Rome that to of the abyssinian Negus Longs for Empire in no Rita. Is increasing with distress of great Britain Rita. It is Belk Lake til Van ditto nit. Persistently in listlessness Menelik. Who it beast Era of news of the 1 in South of Forth Are the san or Asti ated by the a tort Ley s for the Dernic Era tit a candidates Lic fore the stat us a n i i of elect a is. Ine Ludin g the pre ence of troops in Jett to n and Rolls i it of the tis ballots and a eth Irreg mantles i her Eon Idi irs. The leg isl at lire Cati Rani Ain in a ssi ii on sixty Days fro in j Annary i. And in t ices of forty a Lay s Are r squared s that now no pcs coding noted actor Breaks Down. Seven burned to i ath. Fatal tenement ll>11- i ire in new York. Re Dee. 19.�?seven it re there is a eat occurring to the latest it inlaw general Methuen a ii lion Hal let Een Cut the probability of such nil any moment. Accord news from Methuen Daft the situation appeared to be a Complete impasse. The Boer were gathering reinforcements anti extending fortifications Oil both i Hank but it was believed they would be unable to attack the British position. On the other hand it was regarded a ii Tami sible for the Briti a to turn the Boer flanks which Are resting on the River lines of euro the but Ami rapidly the River to the West. L l Trene ments Are Contin ions and capable of rapid connection with Many Points. From elsewhere at the front there Vav As absolutely nothing to throw additional Light on the situation. The newspapers Are full of stories showing the unanimity with Winch the Volun Ved Here that he will claim a portion of the egyptian Soudan. Trusting to the interested a it Ance of Russia and France in getting what he shall ask. On the other hand such an Alliance will naturally throw Italy into opposition to the la Raneo russian designs and it is believed that James refined by add. Formerly British agent at Addis Abeba who has recent la come to Rome on a diplomatic Mission has sought to confirm Italy a desire to prevent abyssinian encroachment on the British sphere ence in Northern Africa. While All the Bornean paper admit that the British War with the Boer Republic is unjust As to the recent British reverses opinion is divided. Tile clerical and socialists Are exultant. While the liberals confine themselves to blaming colonial Secretary chant Berlin for Rushing the nation conflict Aud the generals for left handed plan of Campaign. Can Filiti yen libellous to ii a a Oril Tii a to director. London dec. 19.�?the failure of tic London and Northern Bank limit Ltd. A comparatively Small concern was announced today. I he sued a statement attrib Ere to alleged libellous Yarding the Bank Whir the press. The i Kinky a j ing to the directors. A the liabilities. The failure of the Ivan a Iii the German infer St rate i it or ent., did not Apon any serious effects on t the general feeling on the that conditions were licit into the Utah witnesses heard. Leers and yeomanry the Call to arms. Ire resp mutilated by the censor. Sail Lake resident Ells poly Gal loot Washington witnesses fro to before the Horn ing the Case of Tell of i it it a Bela t ions. De 1 i Hill Are of in he w a t r an till grief a a to mail had a Fere a i a per t Hough on a i loss. Owing to the Coleii in ii of Lite co ire try which a tar As vehicle Art conc a. It the Rem Quot a tis 1 mid not to Brot Chi to Manila Iiuait-.1 lately. Mrs. I bul my tic children ire livid a gov to amen 1 residence a a Umi a v ��?�.-��?�. Pied a it a til it it Al sail Mao a be nov e u beheld Aii 1 a s i Moun Al i tre i High in l la a Vvs and Morrissey killed. Landers. To <1-Burv. Benville wounded in foot unable to travel. Doing Well. Baler. June 15. Expect Woodbury tomorrow. Wounded not Caret for wounds re eked per Sonal care. Woodbury Ami by Der walked nearly to Mant Watson St. Jacobs Osl company fails Vogeler a do. A it it11 Imore make an Lasiuk Merit. I Tallini i v my. Do a d tee or r. \ vender a ire it ax4 a la it of Marian de via St ii his wife t cd l r Mij a \ be r t be general As it d a -r.cte1 manager it pan is the the pics Kiealy by a f fib la a r a int Ai v the ame of a. Cir a product a. Of s it it ii Effie Gaiu i by a 8 t flt sex in or Devries a of Natl Wetick i no it Etc founded in phut Ier Voce or Ltd Sot. The Pim fit concern was i a indebted 4� a a com i be Urel. By port on Tugela diver i igbo Harts brigade Biver. New York dec. 19. The lend correspondent of the Herald a a car last details of the Battu at Tugela Are coming through but it is very slowly and the stories Ai most incomplete. All the dispatches Bear evidence of being severely censored. For instance. General Buller official retort stated that he had Hist eleven guns but this fact a Iteen carefully Cut out of every ale age by the censor w to evidently was in ignorance of what news the War office had give to the Public. A we now know that general Harts brigade did actually Cross the i age la River but had to be withdrawn. Loing very heavily that general Hildyard brigade a also checked and that general Barton Brig id of who doings nothing h been lot a i to carry in Htwe Hill which is a Tiou on flit Outh idol the to Eta to die West it a it a a there i no t Atli. The i a f artillery cult in i lung win h Uland for taking ills Cunt t he boo -. W a i Quot a 1 olt a do Vul. Iii tin connection r i hat Ltd Olms Long air n t q included m timing phys Mcdaniel s of Salt lab mrs. Or. Called at the ship in f Roberts or. Hue la in. Mrs. M i Rev. S. I today Thuv tip cart tee invest of in Tai. Miles a prac Donga i k. L. I hard. All e i Mil e la apr test 1 tit a of or 1997. Ira 1 to h cd it ii it a exp to i Lunation it the if As been m Ile j o be. 1 ired it at Ion i in. Roberts Ca whether the i lion ii her entry Vav As wit it in dictated the Narit role its objected on the ground tha 110 jurisdiction of Roberts becoming a Gres. March 4 last. Was noted. Rev. S. K. In i Hill i tend in t of the Home of the presbyterian s Utah. He told of be mrs. Or. Roberts by r 111 supt a. I i. I-�?T.�?�7. Or Mal a a dough had heard Robert or Roberts As my a edly As a emr Roberts a i w in Mcdaniel -. F get the it Ait ii. Roberts told h d that she a. Or. Maggie ii. I 97. Her hostess to Addier a or. A married sub sequent to lits House on id not recall Peci Fie int Rod heir whether his x she had a uni years. Ass was at she con was a band. A a familiarity As in Iii status. I to the testimony the c in Mitre had a matters prior to a member of const. The objection the opt in sinary work of. Embracing introduced to try on Utain mud w. Melville to in Al def of to Bureau ing in tin Navy i Admiral. J postmaster were it lows Iowa in m. Boy1, Richmond. Armstrong Murray. Aimed at federation of labor declares against slaver in All forms. Detroit m lean Federal solution de within the Jarl state.-, either i tract adding a we will tank shall in any Way militate against to principle of human Freedom re so Tible for such action in every legitimate manner open to ii the Resolution Hax a Ial reference to contract labor in Hawaii. Re Obi Lions were also adopt i a follows favouring Hurter hour for Barber requesting the placing of Union Label on school Book endorsing the Grande Cutter a Contention for an eight hour Dit a Tai n granted Faits. I i it a filet i Senate finance Eill. I Teal Intro c of Mer ii. I that Lute or. Cd rep tit a ill be a a Sui to it i. A i till a of i a a As a re i it. A to a a a Nat Al in Nager Del it i three Amli washing committee 01 senator Abir to or. i us House Bill. Tile comm it the up the Bill in the Coram final h anti or a a of i isl turf Aldrich Purpo be Jan ii Ary re the firemen Tiar Riv rescued by Laden i. I vers. Be a few a tacked the mrs e a Tat la Lett. A Drift a it. Joseph so Hays of lentil aver Martin to amt irl of Porter als. Kent a i wars old. Blent we such Lari entry. Far it Al 0 its Paten i til ill it us a a j my Martin far a a i % a a. A a the Hou a Fleifer a v to cart y a a t they a a to Charles i t. In f to it in go Tang it Fin the of Fame had in a pm two it Kdle he 1 City. La ii Arnold j be reuse Lnu i a $ j it Fri to showed the to car of to u irs a Wen % Chi fit the it re Al re Alit on or a it base r part it when re it. Of re he after tic Ai a Iii posit loan
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