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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 11, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume , South Dakota. Saturday. November la. 1899. Num Hek 84 British growling about censorship the suppression of South african news displeases the English Public. Severe criticism of Campaign a Olina opinion of la Loudon frees i hat it has hot ii very badly >1 Odd Edl a Iii a nil reforms. London. Nov. La. I of a. In. Oui Pluto silence has again fallen on affair in South Africa. The British Public must perforce be Content with the Brief stereotyped reports which tile censor allows to tilter through from Cape town. That this condition Tif things is no longer due to pressure of work or defective cables has been amply proven. The Eastern Telegraph company reckons that the real delay Iii transmission is about two Days la is evident therefore that the censorship is responsible for the other two Days of delay which seem to befall All the dispatches. Moreover the daily Telegraph announces that its a appropriated Quot dispatch from Ladysmith dated monday which the War office published Vin tuesday. W As not delivered in Fleet Street until yesterday Friday morning. It is believed that the War office received further dispatches last evening. But nothing has been published. At a banquet in the City of London yesterday the Duke of Cambridge speaking of the War Saith Quot we ought never to have allowed ourselves to Ive in the position in which the War found us. I could cry Over to e valuable lives which might have been spared had we been better i Par. <1. A it is said that general Buller never exp tested to begin the Campaign before christinas and it now looks As though this would be the Case. Certainly no artillery can reach i turban before november 14, and w without additional guns an Advance from St court a Emilii be impossible. No doubt lord Salisbury said in a recent speech England will a muddle through it Quot and yet another illustration of muddling has become apparent in the fact that gun j Ireby instructors have Only just arrived tit Wood with Arsenal for instruction in siege train duties. Al though hurried preparations Are being made to prepare the siege trains the fact that the men Are at Devonport anti the gun at Woolwich seems to show that the idea of the siege train was quite an the morning Post says a what will come of such muddling if we Ever come to fighting a foe Able to turn it to advantage some Radical reforms Are still needed in our mobilization the statement from i. Aly Smith that the British guns do not reply to the Boer artillery because the Concrete a is for the i of ins have not yet hard j cued it interpreted in some quarters to mean simply that the British Are Hus banding their ammunition As Boer fire is Only a trick to get British to waste shells. Among the few items that have arrived Fibril the Cape of Day is one lying that tilt Boers Are planting More guns on the Hills surrounding Ladysmith. All the correspondents in the Bele Agut red towns Are Safe and anxious to reopen communication. Needed to extricate general White. If Ila emergency is extreme troops can be sent up piecemeal from Durban to the front As they come in but if there is no need for haste the whole division will probably be assembled before a Forward move takes place. The situation of the Hoer detachments South of Ladysmith will then become highly critical with general j White behind and the first division of the army corps in front. It seems Clear that the first operation of general Buller will be to set free general White. The position f Ladysmith is not critical but it is dangerous from the fact that the Boers Are evidently bringing up Nuj i morons heavy guns from Johannes Burg and without Many heavy pieces 1 to reply to them. General White is j Likely to find himself in difficulties j j but if a column of Sood or 9.000 can be swiftly sent no from Durban the Boers in Natal May be badly Defeated and these great guns captured. Refugees from Ladysmith. New York nov. In. V cablegram to tile Herald dated Pietermaritzburg. J says two White men and Henkins. Who knowledge of the Able to escape from Day night arrived at Day. Having travelled by Way of Frere. They Rode West following the Kaffir paths they report the Boers have guns North East and West of the town namely Oil signal Hill mount big Luau and Pep North Hill. Beyond killing a few Kaffir and coolies their shells have done Little damage. General White they say wrote to general Goulvert asking permission to Send a a v non combatants rho Boer Leader s reply was that the women and children would lie received under the guns at mount Bulun. All a a Tilers in the place the town guard etc., would be prisoners of War. A meeting of tile townspeople was held under the presidency of the mayor and declined to accept these terms. The audience enthusiastically Sang the National Anthem. Fage a heavy rebel fire in disembarking Landing of american troops san Fabian was a spectacular affair. At Miles a Day. The troop were on Short rations much of the time. The Only j i provisions the country yields Are Rice. J a few chickens Aud Buffalo. Clit off. I i ears Curry a Supply of Cash to pay the i natives liberally for All they tale i in j j High lands Are Cool and the health of j i the troops i Good. Both sides still claim Victory Rush Waist deep through surf Otis tells of operations. Move official account of military Iii Luzon. Washington. Nov. To. General Otis i courts or the legis nature will have to Settle the Kentucky contest. Itti renomination of m Kinley assured result of the elections puts a quietus on schemes of Republican opponents. Filipino were strongly in Trench of lint fell Back before the a Mer iou us forty insurgent a captured. Messes Barnard owing to their District. Were Ladysmith sunk to court Vester British reinforcements. The the ineffective shelling. Bombardment by Boers does \ cry Little damage. I. General Buller Cahow it the following. In Ito St from White a received at lad a Bomi heavy d a nov. 1 in a pc by Pige Ltd Mith a re men t tin sent a from truce Smith when guns fir picket s. Eng in merits Ami t new Corre the Trail a v. At Long Range by ii Titues daily. A few ties have occurred but no her Kirin has been done. The Boers n today a number of refugees the Ira Tiv a i under a Flag of a Flag of truce from lady tact them outside the pickets the party separated the Boer on it before it reached our major Tittle of the Loyal was wounded today while message. The in Trencis daily growing stronger apply of provisions is am Bers a a a York. Nov. Id. The loud i Dent of the Herald say it a Ort a latest Loudon reports from the a Vaal bring the news up to to it Eeor Ding to these cablegram situation tit Ladysmith by Days follows Dice not Tarq Tihart a farm and a Ison no a an indecisive sortie two troop ships reach ape town a ulan to relieve White. Cape town. Nov. transport Moore with troops arrived tilt morning. The Roslyn Castle arrived yesterday. The latter will proceed to Durban at once. London. Nov. To. With the arrival ii ape town of the by ii Fra ports Rosly n Castle and Moore to be followed by a continuous succession of troop Laden ships the Campaign May be said to have commenced anti the fact that tin first named ship has been ordered to proceed to Durban. Natal forthwith is said to indicate at least a modification of the plan of Advance. It seems bullers first move will la to fret White thus somewhat departing from the earlier plan credited to him of advancing through the level country of the Orange free state Ami tin southwestern Transvaal. It has let Een apparent for some Days that the situation at Ladysmith could he indefinitely prolonged anti it is understood that information has reached the government to the effect that the quiescence of the Boers would shortly be changed by the arrival of a siege train from Pretoria into a determined attempt to deliver a telling stroke. His. It b added led Buller to prepare a counter stroke and Endeavor to p ish the Boers Back by a direct attack. Such an operation if attempted ii Cee Quot a Fily entail a great expenditure of life. As during the month the Boers have occupied Natal and have fortified most of the and other positions suitable to their style of fighting. While the Pigeon dispatch from White shows the beleaguered Garrison was holding its own yesterday it is feared Lier that his silence regarding what the British artillery was doing in reply to the Boer gnus indicates that the dread that White was Short of Long Range ammunition is not altogether groundless. If this is True the reported de traction of the Railroad near t Olen so assume greater importance. One very serious Pas age in White s in Sage gives the first official confirmation of the statements of Boer treachery which there has been a i position hitherto to discredit but which must now be accepted a at least partly True. With the additional Divi Ion announced by Wolseley at tile lord mayor s banquet yesterday evening build s forces will aggregate about 95.1 iou men by bristma.-. The Roslin Castle which a men on Boa re. Should arrive at Durban at the latest by november i i. She will be followed Iii a few Day by five other vessels carry ing about 5.n�u i men. Boers capture a Convoy. Manila. Nov. Io.�?5 50 p. i Landing of the american troops at san Fabian tuesday was the most spectacular affair of its kind since i general Shaffer a disembarkation at Daiquiri. The co operation of the j troops and the Navy was Complete. I the gunboat maintained a terrific bombardment for an hour while the troops rushed Waist deep through the surf Limiter a heavy but badly aimed Rifle fire from the insurgent trenches and charged right and left pouring Volley after Volley at the fleeing rebels. Forty filipino were captured mostly non commissioned officers. Several insurgent dead Ami five wounded were found in a building 5 which had suffered considerably from the bombardment. The town was Well fortified the Sand dunes reverted with Bamboo Twenty feet thick which afforded a Fine cover. When the troops arrived in the Gulf i they found the Girini boats Princeton Bennington and others waiting. After consultation with general Wheaton. Commander Knox of the Princeton Ami commander Sheridan of the Bennington. Anchored on the shallow two i Miles off Shore. The gunboats formed a line inside the Helena Callao Ami Manila Clos inshore. With the first gun of the bombardment the Small i boats were filled rapidly without con i fusion by major Crotti Itzy a battalion of the Twenty third infantry and Captain Bucko a battalion of the thir teen the infantry. A Hile the lines of gunboats moved shoreward the gunboats poured tin full Force of their batteries into the j trenches ooh frock j the insurgents to flee through the Burrows dug Buck of the trenches. About 2<m> men held their places until the Keci of the boats grated on the Shore when the. Mauser Bullet. Commenced to sing overhead. The battalions formed in Gowl order. Captain Buck with Pierce an Patton s companies pursued the in j sur gents on the left into the Bamboo thickets. On tile right was a frail j foot Bridge across the River leading to j the towns. Genera Wheaton person ally commanding ordered a charge j Are the Bridge and Captain Howland. Of his staff led Coleman s Ami Elliott a companies of the thirteenth j and shield. Company of tile Twenty third who behaved splendidly Limiter j their fir to fir into the town. Which was found to be nearly deserted except by the aged and some spaniard who had hidden in the Buffalo wallows. And w to came shouting delightedly toward the americans. Lite two companies of the Twenty third had a Hirnich along the pig pan Road with the retreating filipinos. Major Shields of the staff with his command captured several insurgents. The troops camped in the rain during the night and in the morning general j Wheaton established his Headquarters in a Church quartered his men in the House and sent the captured filipinos beyond the outposts with order not to return. The inhabitants describe All the roads As practically impassable and say they believe Aguinaldo a secreted a yacht in the River Long Apo near Richig. For use in his flight when he find his capture j inevitable. Wednesday was devoted to recon j Nissan re. Major Logan went northward to Santo Tomas anti burned the filipinos Barracks. Captain Bucko a thirteenth went to san Jacinto and disposed of Small bands. Marsh s Twenty third went toward Magdalen on the i i git pan Road Aud had several Sharp fights with mall parties. H by killed eight men. Brought in Twenty prisoners and had five men wounded. The Santo Toma Road seems to in the Only possible Means of Retreat for a Large body North from Lariat Aud general Wheaton commands it. L lie insurgents of this Keetion Are going to reinforce Tarlac. The Battle ship Oregon has arrived Here from Hoting Kong. Captain hollow Erh and lieutenants i Davis Van Horne and Bradford with two companies of the seventeenth regiment. Recon loitering Northeast of j a Balant attacked and routed a cabled this morning a Lawton experiences some difficulty i on account of continued a precedent a cd Rains. His Advance was at san Jose j yesterday tit car madly today. A Strong Force was put through Oil the 1 Ali Goa route. Young captured Day additional Cuba Jatunn Arsenal i property in transit North among i which were 144 3-Inch and Twenty two i boxes 1.65-Inch ammunition for Hof Loh kiss guns fifty projectiles of 5 and a Inch Breech loading Rill Cannon two boxes of grenades considerable other property and two tons of castings and Arsenal machinery in parts. He is meeting opposition but his Advance is not lunch Iii a Decd thereby. Quot Macarthur was recon loitering North of m a Walnea t yesterday Bell to the left Salvent a scouts were directed to the front and Smith of the seventeenth infantry Oil the m Aga lung Aud Conception Road. Belles la dirty sixth with five officers Aud two privates of his regiment mounted one officer and ten men of tile fourth cavalry struck too insurgents in the mountains West of Mabala eat. They charged killing and wounding Nineteen Ami capturing six Ami thirty mouser rifles. The Railroad from Angeles to Bamban has been been destroyed. A Macarthur will have rations to tile front today Ami take up the Advance to Tarlac tomorrow. Wheaton reports Twenty eight Spanish prisoners secured. Three Hundred insurgent recruits escaped to the mountains from the enemy during the Battle of san Fabian. These recruit War a route to Dagupan. In lieu ton says everything is favourable to carrying out successfully Bis instructions Ami the co operation of the Navy is a second dispatch from Otis say Quot report receive yesterday concerning w Heaton a movement is erroneous. He did land at san Fabian us directed and drove the bulk of the enemy Buck in the desired direction toward Dag to pan. Operations were completely successful in every official count wont Eno it whichever Way ii go the Defeated barfly i stir to Ani Al from la Heel a a a i it it a flu Ling inuits. Port. The bryans chances Arl lessened Many political Wise acre i till the no by wan flu it in sole tracked High \ a lib t of the a a a f. Lonis Vil Tkv taint regard in no r the. This for i result a Tate is ame tit a tory. In to it ii new a iou rec. Tho e i in Hayes election in a in to be removed i sides still claim a Victory the j chairman of each party assert j ticket a a plurality of 4,000, paper returns from Republican a give Taylor a plurality of 3,4. From democratic sources make be us plurality 941, with some re i estimated Aud thirty five precinct reported. Nothing Bort of the official r a will determine the result Aud it foregone conclusion that the nou Cement of that count will sit change the scene of conflict to courts or the legislature. Prominent democrats Arr Stet Frankfort. Tkv. Nov. Hll Buffo Williams Wingate Thompson a Coleman Arr prominent of Euthera have been arrested by the i nit states marshal on warrants Bargh intimidation of coloured voters tin Day. This makes a total of nine a rants of this kind issued by the be Era court arum it is understood the probably Joo More will be issued. A to i a tor i bins plurality. Cincinnati. Nov. To. The we pm Union s la bulletin on the a Dicky election says Quot with Cordule both Tate held u in the mountains. La tem a re cold i. Ref. I it a a i Quot a l arge. Nov i shot no still. M it it the with returns from 94 counties and tit Complete from 3.5 others. Tai plurality is 1.3 3. Two counties reported gave in i s<7 1,135.�?� Cabinet discusses election. Result regard a an endorsement of Hie administration. Washington nov. Ill the Cabinet meeting yesterday i a three a a of Opin Ion. All int it use men t hours. On on Iii he is of the pit the on there were Exchange the re ult of the elect regarding it As an into administrations policy. It was decided to establish Dom postage in the Philippines Ami p master general Smith again Broil up the question of a postal Union. Is investigating the matter and Siejk it it later. The question of a civil governor Cuba was not touched. The question of the United states Bonds h ment was under discus Ion for Nea an hour. Secretary Gage explain tin situation fully and it now App to be settled that to Purchase will made for the present at least though the Secretary has not it pressed his views Oil the subject i publication it is known that he. W other Treasury officials i consider the question of refunding the 4 and 5 per cent into Long term Bonds i sea ring 2 per cent internet. This action would necessitate congressional authorization. The decision to extend the United states Dom tie jmj Tal system to the philippic arc Iago the same Doi class fic Atif re it anti cond to Here. Dewey Aap Eride in Gotham. Will visit a week at Oakdale l. I. Wit ii or. Dewey a sister. New York nor. To. Admiral and mrs. Dewey breakfasted in the dining room of their private suit at the Waldorf Astoria at 9 30 this in number of people called at during the morning to see than Ira i but were ment. As net Admiral. The will remain in then go to the Ludlow sister a Dale. Long Isla is it Ere Serif Admiral and i the City a Day summer Home j mrs. La Ivey lid. They xvii in i if a a the Hole the ail appoint it to tilt Brid of mrs. It Oak i Stav re i great meteoric Shower. F Tref ii i a Bei roil Shower it for next beet of up put of astr a to ii professor have been ii Tak i i that estimated Corn yield a Vii i a will b the o photo feature the the deter i Point in we meteors if f exact to a tit Sarv flt i a Rajit ions to ii i astronomer. C Al., nov. a ii afro Nofiu a is to be Didy by the v in the unite Lei the direction Uschner. Prepare t in for Sueh records t prove of interest special Oiler Conj to net in mount Ila taken Ami made a Ria to h int in 1.4 duet a Satorv pcs Xvi note. Erial of in at Deiwert sity a of dolls j in to the actions i with Hilton. Ii b to to to be obtained i it of the radian1 h the kits of diff Cream Duce would meet. The of this Point is Nice a ten nit Ion of the a Irbid of the per lion 11 a Briti a tuber revers Bomi Lier in la liniment . Inc Teeth tem Bera v Alerv amp. By november 3 in. Cavalry november 4 november 5 november Ltd november bom liar i ment inc fee Igi Tih o til West of bombardment Ineffie firm a to til South. A a quiet. Quiet. Quiet. 7�? bombardment resumed. But ineffective. F first transport arrives. The first transport the to As tie carrying reinforcements has arrived at Cap town and has been ordered to or Reed immediately a other transport a expert.-. Arrive in the course of a few Days end w Iii be directed to proceed to the same port. The. of troops duct to Natal e ideally interfere with Genera pullers or Jai Ign. Al at but Buller reports a Pally of British taken by tie b hers. Loudon. No. To. The War offi thi evening i Guetl the billowing from Buller Cape Tow to. By message from but Yuwayo. Nov. V Small Convoy and is i Corr i ruler Serkley. Of pinyin res fume were attacked by Biers november 2. Six Man i ing and lot it a1 o issued the following Quot a Laving appeared Iii South Riri it ail paper that our artillery had tired on the Geneva Flag. Buller telegraphs the following account of the incident Given the Standard and diggers news by Rev. Mertens. A dutch Clergyman with the Boers directly after the first Cannon shot the English thought our men were at the railway station Aud fired there. They were be Blit one of the through an ambulance Talion of insurgents killing Twenty nine of them. Three americans were wounded. General Wheaton reports by the Bennington that when the Landing was made at san Fabian Ltd insurgent recruits were encountered who were on their Way to Dagupan. Where they cd Elt Ted the expedition to land. They ret rent to the mountains. Law a Uty eight Span nil prisoners were rescued. The report of the Landing at Linga Yan was brought by tin commander j of the Manila who a the Light. He got the geography mixed. It a been raining hard throughout the week. Handicapping generals Lawton and Macarthur. The transportation is the chief difficulty. In the Advance general Lawton depended on the River to get his supplies. The san Isidro River is fed by Mountain government statistician give it age yield us 25.2 flush of. Washington. Nov. Ill the november re Piort of the statistician of 25.2 bushels As the average yield acre of Corn. According to. The pro in Ary returns of the departments correspondents. The preliminary estimate last year was 24. Bushels that a if 1497 2a.7 Bushel and the mean of the preliminary estimate of flu inst Tea years 2 4 Bushel. The indicated yield or acre Iii the principal Corn states is As follows Pennsylvania. 31 Ohio. 34 Indiana. R.7 Illinois. 35 Bina. 31 Missouri 35 Kansas. 29. And Nebraska 27. I he preliminary estimate of the average yield of buckwheat i 17.2 bushels or acre against 17.3 bushels last Yea r. The estimated average in condition of potato is --.7 Bushel Jet acre a compared with 75.2 bushels last year. The estimated average yield of Hay Bat j is 1.35 tons per acre As it Omar a v the 1.55 tons last year. Only in Kansas Nebraska. Set Kola. North Dakota and the states me the y held a r Are that of last year. Illarion of the orbit lout the Sun. Beset on of the Radiant to the meteors a the determinant an account of the number of met appearing at Given intervals will kept. Int no one fatally Hurt. Michigan Entiat i reek less serious thin lie ported. Toledo a. Nov. To. The a ident to the Michigan Votral limited near Alexis. I ii., last night was not so serious As first reported. Twenty Piersons were injured in eluding five of the train Crew. None fatally. All the pro the rails passengers needed. The t rack a Ned. Except to Railroad o tampered Xvi re a three vials Ray anti the French conspiracy cases. Riotous Erie a in the \ i Lolly parti ment. Nev turn ii w Al during the railing t of v i me a exc a i Fie eed wit net a Hie the it Kuncl the Marseill by n re a ate w struck by a train. The. Of Thatte Mena to Hea Hui j and hot went streams and is alternately too shallow As soon As for navigation or too Swift. Two Aud they found their mistake they ceased three launches were necessary to pull ,g.�?T a a the Casco moving the supplies from the ambulance according to us san Isidro and the mule trains mov pm Quot a pin u a Quot a should have been three Miles i my supplies from san Isidro Over the i Iii is a n Xvi be a from the Field of 1 Muddy roads made Only two or three prosperous Farmer killed while driving across Railroad track. Clinton. La., nov. Iff. Loin Dot Mer. A Farmer residing near Lown was struck and instantly k Ted by Northwestern train no. 2 while dring across the tracks at Lowden. Lithia morning. He was years o i a prosperous Farmer. National convention. Meat 40 Centi a Pound. Beefsteak a i land a Val favor Overn Vin cd renew the Republican committee so n to decide on Date and place. Cleveland. 0., nov. Hanna raid today hat the rep Bucan National com Nettee would be called to meet in Washington about the and it of december to Choo to the Date and place of holding the next National con mention. Luxury in the of Aba. A nor. capote if it a rile Naha submitted to r a Riveral Brooke a scheme to Tan Silver Arni copy a or into Curran a i w Ith the Heads of this of the revolution. A local papers Are again exercised about the Price of meat. Last month they say 35.0uo head of cafe in were imported by there is no reduction ii Price. Many of the poor cannot buy meat at ai., a a Good Deal of meat i sold at 4 Cerv a Pound while a1. Kind could be sold at 13 Cen a Pound. Mayor lie get Ray the tru ble is due to the fact that j con a the heavy tax imposed by the .span-,.-h g or neut on new cup challenger. Alfred it new harms Orth i to a or thy it in lit Iii i re by. Trad or not a n the lid Komi he to put. E of the that he Ite fro i the Hung p in As int that ii k Inte Tii or. Lim by next is w fit ten a it the or. Or to t he in the to try 11.1 Hane pub Yurt i Washington. Nod to the elections is accept in washing Ftp of All i far to assure the re i pm ident my Kin i Are regarded As distinctly Ltd spite i Grant. Sueie in the president s friends Cit i or without his knowledge to j and his administration the a Issue in Ohio. The voters of were asked to sustain him i polishes in order that a up i might continue and the Flig Turbed Over the Philip i publican candidate of a i almost lost sight of the a in behalf of the president a j every Way the important intr which the latter had at stake Wen i Pha sized. This timing the Case the tory in Ohio is his Victory and i i As a Burrier against the Schetne Tho in his own party who Woith i to see some one else nominated rear. R with this in i Dent May lie sex Gress. At the a Strong message in which to Vance stand taken by him i Western sgt leeches will Lee rot i with evil greater rigor. Ii St Voles or to i ran by vans talk of a Large St i army As n menace to the re i seems to have fallen upon deaf it Ohio. His endorsement of the f coinage of Silver frightened ate in Tiske it 11 a Gini Tith of free a a or int or. Liar the h per Holl the Ive 111 fit runs a re any Tims Worth he Sui in rth Wold he receive Ellenger. In that is ired for a he fact to yacht Al it to Lethe tran1 out the a que Entov ung ii Lenit la he i doll Iii the a up it Limo re it Ermai a special Cut Quot Kiment warn won another in t Nae not be d h Iii tip with the pro hah he h i Rte i n unless the Stoer War it is now a rating Foci to think of putting Challenge but if the arranged by Cable by Raes Koukl lie Gin on though it is pro Lsible Tiatco than this could Nice in Termini tit to lined Ivaa i a Cost n of i Xiii the As a War. For not a fica votes tha n i pos Sinie danger of ii Mclean. Had Bryan lost Xvi j Republican Are a j Republican he could i for the democratic it i year. As it is. It i will accept the fun i state As a personal Ami w ill now regal i As a foregone conclusion. At the same time a very important fact must not in overlooked. Braun stumped in Ohio and Kentucky and loth have gone Republican while his Campaign in Iowa certainly did n t hoped Tion nest i her he Ion Victory in hts tribute to himself i his renomination int the Republic used majority a i Matt novel Sejm that Ive s Joon. J or the year i in my nth a i contrast to the a fat could tie i Lan a a state wherein a endorse Al in the Dein f5. J an where be was no Ier i Mary land under the i fron la 8 to i by a Mutual agreement the fogs anti Calili a no end or of the club said he Law in or be of a to 1 new v int 15 Ember an Earl a leered to a re a on Aid the red the Harmsworth the w few Lay petted to there we nation to or. A ii irs come ii that if harms w o Vav Wjk if f it by Advt this i Hie in a Hap nge. Sit swings again i i limn by a majority j in that state the i upon straight Den fusion no pop Titi let Lica ism. No a free it the ratio of 16 to for the Aid or consent of any be with i securing significant ids Mary n was not plat for a to speak instances a Ratic col to 13,000. A Quarry sues no or re pub of Silver at t waiting other Nail it a. No National University. President Harper rills try pro Earth. John Walter Smith the sin India be for governor is no Ever in the free it Vintage of s in which aide Reau Ful a bely r a in ii k gift. T a fro with election. It is not too much to say that if Bryan a appeared in Maryland that state would have gone into the Republican column. What effect the politicians Are now a King. Will the Victory in Maryland have upon Bryan a future senator Daniel of Virginia has already said that if Ohio and Kentucky we it re i publican Bryan ought not to be Renom mated an a a a a n of i that the democrats have j Vin next year if they 1 platform to alienate the Eastern states if Bryan cannot save Ohio and Kentucky to the democracy he certainly will not be Able to carry new York or any other earn stat next i year an one or More o i Sencial if the democrats h How far these considerations will affect Bryan fut in is now a matter i pee to la Tion. The Best opinion pro i curable Here is that he will not be re not minted. Hanna i it 1 j senator Hanna is the next prominent person who has bail a personal. Interest in the result it of the elect ions Ami he a emerge with his prestige considerably in Jure. It is True that Ohio has gone Republican but thi is i due to file Devotion of the Ohio peo pie for Mckinley. Or. Hanna can take 1 a. No credit to himself for the Victory. Elhert Angus Becker Fie used in. On the co re re co Fri rite v make it tics to r of the f to jct i a abandoned. A at. Nov. Uhf pc silent har f the University of his ago. This i Quot the National University in be a re the graduate Stu in Cobb Hall yesterday. He i to Rief review of the relent ses it Washington of the committee hunted by the National association anti said of Stab i Ashington City a National a b a h would no get the con t lilies was the real reason Smittee agree to report a proposition. It was i a ii to a a Congress to by existing naive sri in taking advantage scientific Stutlz at such a is a Foril an institution. I for Smith Maryland is a Chance to not adopt a the a is est a be to it in. Regi it step ii of Era free action As a in action Ami e when All the world on. So that in in i one the wife murderer hanged. Fri Chicago. Nov. I he Butcher who lured his wife at tried the remail o marry a to tug at no it i he pro pro i ii go. 11.�?Al Jamul ii chop s in on Mger Ilia neck sixteen min mice i dead. Ii a her. In fret Ier to a woman was cd was not f u a bi1 on the tel of in Ife his in Sutterlin. Is the ii lever Little boy killed. Falls under wheels of a Wagon w Idle to bring to it escape i hat Manson. La. Nov. I Little year old sen of Andrew a v killed Bere today by being run a by a Wagon Vav Bike on Bis Way i from cd at Neon. A play in. Grabbed his Cap thru a a Rhc brr a in trying to get h a beef a Rea Uve i under the w Hee la. J an overwhelming overthrow in his own count of a Yahola. Jones the Camii late without a party has polled in that county something like.6. Votes or considerably More than one half of the tot i ballot. While the i great bulk of the it a undoubtedly came from workingmen a senator Hanna says. It is also True that it rep a resents a personal protest again Hanna and Hanna method. All Over Ohio there is a Strong feeling again Thanna but in a Leveland his own Home the hostility is so bitter thar re publican speakers were not no lot Al to publicly eulogize him during the Campaign. The antagonistic sentiment was not confined to what is known As the a hoodlum element. By we a shared by the Best known Aud most influential people in the City people All voted for Jon not fee they let Erie vein in Jon theories because he Cam afforded a tar i a i a e w h re r v r d re a a t w going into the democratic pm Raj. The. Dim
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