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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 13, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota Mitchell daily Republican. Volume hell. South Dakota. Monday. Nov emd he 13. Ism. Nem heh 8. Boers still held Back by British Mafe Kinig and Ladysmith were both Safe when they were last heard from shelling ineffective so far Boer bombardments have Don. Little int nag Lloil Lei ordered Evit Calioo of slumber Anil n a of Poi t. I the general i rot Likely a a it Send by j from Charleston �?T., to new Lon Pigeon anything1 unpleasant or Indian Don conn., was wrecked in the octo a five of anxiety the earners being so i Ber Hurricane Oft frying Shoals liable to fail into the hands of the North Carolina and ten of the Crew hours. There Are signs of the greater including Captain Barrett of the Boers concentrating be two survivors George a. Loud mate j tween Ladysmith and coleus. But the and George Robinson Seaman have i stories Are so contradictory it is in been lauded at Salisbury md., by the of possible to assert this absolutely. Ii Schooner be chem from Jacksonville number of i null Foj Whf Kapci a Etc Irue. It is pointed out that while it fla., which Essel Rescue i them on the i cuts Oil Ladysmith the risk to the afternoon of november 3 Twenty nine Boers is also great for it will give j Miles Southwest of frying Light a bite a great Chance to intercept ship. The survivors had been without their Retreat when lord menu end ski i food or water ninety hours and suf vision advances from the southward. Fried great hardships Haring chewed in the leather of their shoes to keep from starving. They have not recovered auf j lie gently to Tell just How their Coni rades perished but they slate in an incoherent manner that the lost men j were swept off one by one from the i wreck As they grew weaker and were London. Nov. 13.�? 4 30 a. in Orang s news from the seat of War in South Africa continues fairly satisfactory. Pile official cables Are not tory detailed with regard to the moot incident which except for Bel Ute was loss of colonel Keith Falconer not a very serious affair. There Are signs of greatly increased Boer activity in Natal and along the Western Frontier. All the dispatches tend to show that the British Are holding out ably. Colonel Baden Powell Rock it its that All was Well a Matching on november to. Ladysmith s latest Date is november i. While nothing Adverse is heard from the latter Point and Confidence is Felt in general Whites ability previous experience having shown that the Boer artillery is not very effective a it is beginning to be proved that the acquisition of artillery which has destroyed the former inability of the Boer forces. Has also failed to give them any compensating advantages. On the contrary. The reverse is the Case. It i held Here that if the Boers had not been hampered by the transport of heavy guns and their Rescue from tight places general Joubert might Ere this be in Pietermaritzburg. Unless the Boer heavy artillery justifies itself by reducing Ladysmith it will again hamper him in the eventful Retreat from Natal when general built r sends the relieving Force. It is is1 Lieve a that th1 Boer Retreat will be made fixer the Drakensberg Range into the District where every preparation for provisioning and maintaining the Boers is said to have been Mot in for the last stand Ami where it will lie difficult to dislodge them. Already it is rumoured that they Are in Straits for food around Ladysmith and May. Therefore be obliged to abandon the siege. Dispatches from St court say it has been ascertained that the British have Laid Concrete Beds for firing the Luddite naval guns showing that there is no foundation for the fear that the Luddite ammunition at Ladysmith has been exhausted. It is also reported i from the same Quarter that some tires have been seen in Ladysmith indicating that the Boer bombardment has been to some extent effective. A dispatch from Cape town confirms of Currier report that it was Jenera i Buller who ordered the Brit j ish evacuation of storm Berg and j Naau poort As he considered the Frontier Lim too weak and too much j extended. It is understood however i that Naau poort will be occupied again As soon As the Advance from i Green stove n is ordered. Strong bids Are bring made by the hours for the support of the Cape dutch it without much Success although it is believed that the dutch Farmers especially in Picque Berg Dis j strict. Are armed with a users and Are watching the course of the events before joining the Boers. From storm i Burg it is reported that the free state forces Are \ Forbing slowly toward j Don i recoil t with a View of attacking to a town and cutting off the towns in tin Northern districts of Cap Colony. The wounded Are recurring in a remarkable manner. The a inter wounds Are Small and heal Tep idly. Juicy of the wounded apply for permission to return to the front. Unless meanwhile Hulbert succeed crushing the beleaguered Garrison. Expert ne�8 of i Ivy fighting. That the hours Are completing preparations for desperate attacks on White position is not doubted and heavy lighting May be heard of any moment. Whites forces it i asserted must in enduring a daily ordeal w hich will hardly improve their Fig Tilting efficiency and the danger of a shortness of ammunition looms up largely j on the development of the situation j at Ladysmith in the immediate fun lure depends probably the duration of the War. It is pointed out that if White can maintain his position until november 36 or november 28 the British authorities will lie fully satisfied All danger in Natal is Over. Should he fail be compelled to abandon his guns and stores and retire with heavy loss southward to meet the hours in position on Tugela liver it is impossible to predict what May happen. On the other hand critics say should tile situation at lady Smit ii not be materially changed in fore november 28 it is con wreck ii the fort Lodge ind Omari badly scalded by escaping steam list of those who were Hurt i in eight county in Tiou Anil Iii which i certify to the. Tin a or m Kin is to the urn hit re have not upon returns Fri i the election to. The returns. Unties Lvii Littles of 27.121 f Hiebel. A net pit Iii the Piu Rulith for Tai i a Lei English diplomats signal victories 8�?Tht Are i i. Ilia bet inc cot Tat the arrive d rown cd. Broken legs and bad internal in i Vertial injuries the lot of a half dozen Dei alls of the Accident. Tie to i Buta time lit the n my Lew i Lei. Tiie u plur Ulit v # if Tiyi fir to Yin it by i the Dei Hon fill Bicera b wily ref us a to v hox the i a by 1 to their ret in is. The a oui Fier Journ. Ii Grin to a state ment from m r. Go Elar i rank Ford de Clarin k tha t ii v ret u Maha re been re eel pc i Kine 1 is 1 turd. Y night. When Goe Bels plural try was to gored a Tiss. of do i Railroad surveyors 0r0wne3. L our of a Southern Ltd Ili Lornia party drowned. In be let Tiv of ii Llu of a Maili i it a ii Une front triumphs of Britts in the Fie d tonal re inter r. La. G the the it today. The United states a big Factor arrived from Manila hot time at maoism. A ii u try a a i ration 1 Ltd a in Battle with robbers. Are Seri two Pennsylvania officers Mitty wounded. Titusville pa., nov. Ill Throe masked robbers entered a disorderly House Hist night and held up the in i mates for $ in Money and jewelry. Thief of police Mcgrath with officer j Sheehy attempted to arrest them Anil 1 a Battle ensued. Mcgrath was wound cd three times probably fatally. Sheehy was dangerous Hurt. The robbers escaped but one of them was afterwards found dead and another j is reported badly wounded. Right still claimed by both. To alertly predicted a majority of Iii _ Boer Force will lie caught Between two k Lite la official it aunt so i Aras British forces and compelled to re-1 made i Avoy i no lot treat Over the difficult tint a pass or Louisville ky., nov. La. I lie offi live Shook after abandoning its guns. Rial count was resumed today in i tout however the Boers have expressed half the counties in the state. In 6� their intention of capturing lady of i in counties it was completed last Smith and then marching on the Capi $ night and official returns were made. Tai of Natal and the fact of their re taming Tugela Bride intact argues i Confidence in their ability to carry out their plans. General be Halmburger s flanking movement via Zulu Ami must shortly develop if it is to be effective but experts Here scout the suggestion that with the reinforcements already there and the big naval gains continually arriving at Pietermaritzburg can lie in any serious danger. Coneen reviews departing troops the Sunshine was to Brilliant that it compelled the Queen to resort to a sunshade for Protection when she inspected the three detachments of the household cavalry hound for South Africa this morning. The Loyal horse Aud second lift guards journeyed up from London joining the first life guards. Amid Eros of great enthusiasm tile troops formed in two lines a amounting Khaki uniforms. An immense crowd of people witnessed the Assembly. Brigadier general Trotter. District commander with his full staff conducted the inspection. The Queen s Farewell to the soldiers was As follows Quot i have called you Here today my soldiers who Are always near to me. To say Farewell before you Cross the sea to a Distant part of my Empire Ami As is your comrades who Are fighting for your Sovereign and country. I know you will always do your duty As heretofore and i Pray god to ble it Yon and give y of Safe to reinforce White. These in the net result show a gain for Taylor according to advices to tile commercial Republican he has a plurality of 2,. Chairman Long say s his plurality will be Over 3,00. In democratic circles however there is no disposition to concede the Republican claims. Goebel claims his plurality xviii he about 5,0>0. Floods impede americans Denison la., nov. 13. Following a list of the men injure ii the w a or the fort Dodge and Omaha headmaster a Ileus Cherokee leg broken. Engineer Fred Peterson. Fort Dodge severe contusion of nos knee injured. John Stokwitz slight confusion of leg. William Hagen bruised left leg. William Berkhart wound right shoulder. Cd Salter Xvi find front left knee and hip. John Fale aut. Wound in spine and Muscles. James Max Hurt inwardly. Neil Mcarthur sprain left ankh. George met Hie. Fractured right leg. Thomas Phillips sprain right leg. Put Mclean punctured wound of Scalp. John Grady wound in body tvo Scalp won Nils. Mil i ii key contusion of bladder probably paralysed. Alexander Kenney contusion a and hip. De Willis contusion and brins Bead. James Bejan contusion Back Ami hip. Not bad. J. Of Brien. Contusion Abdom n. Sea l p. Mike Brady fractured leg. O. Klein Scalp wound. Dennis Denehan. Scalp wound. Frank Small lacerated head. Everett Rue sprain ankle. On tie y Smi pre Cali rive to Stoke ant k intr Road Porte Drew ii Lima. The. Or Lii Lent Torii in to Fror i race ser. I the a the of in Tat xxx Camp f�11 came up sea. The left with Yuma on Brant we of the i Aux Trace ari/., a Biden of the Bai i run la the g eau he Lief fug in Ricer Hansel Ivey int a few it i in to Leo Over Road for it my i. \ tin a nil an ton nil dicer 11.-f. By Ami Ca Plait int. Vin Gulf o tizi my it tin Liming it no Vox. La. The i is Recell in aril every h it co Mihi rep i of citral. As Martinez of the xxx to Over to have a part concern Ching in manage Light path Mith. Nigh i d ii in Iii. In until t he feet Rte action Irskay r not known Friendship of the giant the West for England Nln her Iii overcoming Hie myelin antagonism. Of London. N by the As so nov agog Vav activity Ami cited. As i Rhet Khz or pm r a the till in a an ii it a a for it inn aisle t enga in i la named intention s Clown til the boat Inee of to revision a Iglus Trail mediate \ got Mux my Iii ii of. A Galt carried t part Over fed Lel assuming f less is not in nearly got iat ions a Factor Bury a ult tribute t if thers to Itri Tiki the cd i a Little ii All recent the i nit. The govern work h i a poll r the evil d p the birth w it Fth Iowa hews of interest. Fierce venezuelan fight editor a it i Alia Vivet . La. A. La. I general Paredes surrenders after a in fight�?650 k so wounded. W red Ai tout As Lapp Buna tie fairs is marred Over thi at bots von by qui the in til j f Bai Chris Murphy contusion country submerged and Bridges Ank. Washed out where general Lawton is operating Ca la la. General in town under dal Iller e of London. Nov. Hies from Cape it night a a recon loitering Force from Orange River had a skirmish with the i a i i i v four Miles is of Belmont. Casualties ? Northumberland Fusi leers 1 Ilion in. Kerth. Falconer killed lieutenants in. Be Van Ami la. Hall. Wounded Iii North Lancashire regiment lieutenant I. Wood and two privates wounded. Ibis is Jim on in report to hand. The following was received from colonel Kosewich lat a Kiihnl Verlcy monday Quot wounded Are progressing satisfactory. Two unarmed natives Duff by Boers at alexanders contain. On Servanes Post to South of Kimberly res re irs missing sin suppose. Vyp gins mid men from the terrible More transports arrive. Durban. Natal. Nov. a Large Force of men and guns from the Cruiser terrible started for the front. London. Nov. Is. The troop ship Yorkshire. Lismore. Cutie and aurania have arrived it Cape town Voith 4. To troops rive two Tir to named immediately proceeded to Durban. Estcourt Natal. Tuesday nov. The armoured train returned tonight. It met the a cyclist patrols xxx to report d Boer Iii the Springfield Road. Five Miles away. I he train proceeded cautiously and found rails torn up several Miles South of Colen so. The Boer. Abandoned the town this morning going in Iii direction of the by i to wan Mountain. Natives Are undertaking the Safe delivery of dispatch inside of lady Smith. Kimberley bombarded. Washington nov. Otis cables that severe typhoons or r Panay have impeded Hughes troops now several Miles Northwest of Iloilo. The insurgents have abandoned Strong defences. Lawton is pushing through on let Padigan and san plenty Road. A i la country is submerged Bridges a washed out and wheel transportation canons move. His Reliance is tin cavalry living mostly on the country. Macarthur commenced his Advance thi morning. Yesterday two companies of the seventeenth making a recon hoi sea Nee on the Malawong and on caption Road struck a battalion of the j enemy which left Twenty nine dead on the Field. Lur casualties were i three wounded. Tarlac and bamb0n taken. By Hie barriers v in j ii Novena 4. Lire i by Boers. In Row us Nis Neid having Ridden beyond a suppers i sit nation otherwise implore troop last infantry i for South of re. And the last ailed leaving the the Only cavalry cd and i the first a started. I of the i t Lier it t Elen i a of it or vie i the Raj Sill. Under land to Hussars hold regi a ital re still to by lbs St. But by in inc air artery of howitzer things Are sex How it or t-.111cry. A re Only three in the file be 3-Incb Breech we to of of a Superior exam in Tell to be parable Iii b re of ii 1 he i no damage done according to the official reports. I Utoria tuesday. Nov. 7 bom Bardin it and attack on Kimberley started this morning. . Nov. La. The War office gives out the follow big a Buller wires this morning i hat Oldie Tekev Meh reported november 8 that til bombardment of Kimberley i the Day before did no damage. No Barkeley West. Monday. Nov. 6. A dispatch from Kimberley says a general Ronje sent a message to t colonel Uron Vieh calling on him to surrender before a this morning otherwise the Tow ii would la helped. The women and children remain at Keck Wielis a risk. I he Boers it was added had surrounded Kimberley in great Force with heavy artillery. A a rumoured loss of a transport Drizi a admiralty knows nothing of it. However. By St. France. Nov. La. Humours Are in circulation Here that a British transport founder off the Island of i shunt on th1 coast it Prila Nuy. London. Nox. La. The admiralty has no advice in confirmation of Hare Ort from Brest of the foundering of a British transport. Two More towns occupied american. Manila nov. It colonel Belles regi ment and a Small Force of cavalry entered Tarlac last night without oppo j sit Ion. Where Aguinaldo Vith his army and the so called government fled is a mystery. General Macarthur took Bamban yesterday. Thiwa supposed to in eth Trot Gest position held by the filipinos except tartar. The Brief a j counts of the engagement received in j Dic Ite that the rebels fought Accord ing to their recent tactics retreating after firing a few Volley One officer of the thirty sixth regiment i. The Only american reported killed. General Macarthur began by Xvi Nee at Daylight. Colonel Smith vital i the seventeenth regiment on the i right. Major Bell s command and the i thirty sixth on the left and the ninth in the Center. Colonel Smith encountered a Small Force at 6 of clock easily dispersing the rebels. Major Bdl secured a it position on the Mountain from which he toured an end lading fire from Rifle and Hotchkiss guns upon the first line of the enemy a trenches. The filipinos stood the fire for Twenty minutes and then retreated to the mountains. General Macarthur entered Bamban at to o clock and colonel Smith occupied Capa the first Tow n beyond. General Lawton s Headquarters is till at Urban Atman. Young Voith his cavalry Anil artillery is still pushing ahead but his exact whereabouts is not known. In a Oscle Erry. Sprained the men were just coming out from dinner and were crowded into let it car like sheep with no Chance for i escape when the two trains collided without any warning whatever. The gravel train had Clear order to Arion. Seven Mil a Thwe t a it Denison and was going Law it Twenty Miles per hour. The work train xxx Propec Ditzig without orders. The crash came without warning. The engine of the gravel train crashing through the Box cars i Quot xxx till their human freight and tearing them to splinters. The roof of the Box Cia first St in k was torn off and most of those xxx to escaped made their Way through Fri opening. The scene was indescribable the steam escaping Felt a the wrecked engine scalding the wounded no n As they endeavoured to escape from the splintered ruins. Some men Volt broken limbs ran to the right of Way Fence and then fell fainting. As soon us word reached Sullivan. I chief of the engineering corp prompt 1 measures were taken for Relief. The injured Over brought to Denison on a special train and a1 Ong line of team brought them to the hotels and private residences where they Are being cared for. The women of the City generously came to the Aid of the sufferers Ami half the physicians of tin county a in attendance under the direction of surgeon la. A. Boyle. Kadi Nastor Gill As. Who was Ainoi the injured a taken on a spacial engine to his Home at Cherokee. Two of the injured. Mickey and i it Ati of Brien Are not expected to and several other Are not expect live. Mckenzie a conductor of i work train with engine la. \ train was backing up the eng Ai intact. Sprague was conductor of til gravel train with engine a which a completely demolished. Mal an pro Tho xvii had n hit my to to a ii thi lest of the Man an adored x Brit duster or the Force a Mer it i me Emra fact own. Do til to. Ere hrs. Decision Iff. Cim of note. N la n by any feeling recent meet in. The state Low xviii Jaccoi William to England is indication that hts in mean to give the a any Opportunity of be on the score that it is Atory one to his Gas w Hile the emperor tends to emphasize to Germany for great scarcely Likely a mister declare thi looking towards be the immediate Imperial a All which c it i of i rid i states has be in rom la int Sal at la fit f the go real pow a Hisle Vav Ith in at l j. I e in int is obit of ions to i f i Tiff Utti d my up it Chi Fin her a or Lori is i of by regard in this a Taie of i i f Lihte real 11 a a Grill a ,1 a is ment the lilt Omi it in Pany Emper or taken to be an a jest Dors n of Iti Briti pro is Ettling his vis it merely melt Abl if. It e f rid Brit air me of t important treat ser i it to 111 i Raqi it he the Batt t Lorn the by xxx a have repress a a a i exp or. Geo us hurl my of the Gen attack of Gen ult Orv Fieroe lies in Era i it the Tias it in Ash. Anil it i that killed braise r Deli of this pc tree la t Bai d. Of the i it. And the the of Fenny to led. We �1 is for Rab Iti in i la it g the i min but Gre g the Bai Firth of d ii the f w it if a of a to null City he to r i i it v suicide. Nov. La. Will cd refer Ami popu resided with his More thai it for any More tween the to years ago we ditties. Elaborate the Annovi agreement throw Over this meet in lid ult torn 1x111 f the that the far Ripe lie rec recept Ion be inc it of oxus a plea f gut us. Nentl. It moan Shadow and the upon an i i it North of this it Ted suicide yesterday by Imseis in the head Vith a Lith. Pet mincing melancholy. Ile in anther nil a revs xxii Ile Xiv h Ile not in Nave we could Havi you if i her is no Nae to Ive will meet in following Mother in cd Lap together i the Best Ami j was any struggle Corbett Jeff its match. Re i agreement la a i Iglitz xxx h w of at Cement for i reported simile i. Is. Mo., nov. Ill an Tori it Jeteri this Arti last Republic says 0 have the firs Des of a Greet get for a Cham a the two men to to live the this was place will b Jeffrie Island take Jillee the he xviii greater a t my rid in to Ihrk thi the ver York tsp under fought at int St pro Bahi As Brett ii gain fight out Xvi com v w ital came Ter b entire family t Dodge. La. Neth m. Had he e Fain the i i Ere a the weekly review of Trade. Or re itty i it i High i a tor Mars Rise in Price Lite n i w Rill t Are of t it wee k. Fra bit result still in doubt. Kentucky to it id fall restores reason. Ight i lie a scent of i in lug an Chi wintry and dispatcher anxiety or it 11 f a to y j get it n the j references j to heavy i Point i lost in a Hurricane. Erne of serious Lien ate hcs As have be n rein White proves nothing a Schooner wrecked and ton of the Crow drowned. Philadelphia. A. Nov. a Las been received Here that Hie Philadelphia Schooner William m. Bird a Plum inmate Hurt while trying to escape. Rochester. N. A. Nov. La. William Bradley of Covert for several years an inmate of the Willard state Hospital for the insane attempted to escape from that institution and fell from the Lehigh Valley Railroad Bridge to the rocks thirty five fes t below. He was picked up by the attendants and carried to the institution where it was learn that both Bones of the left Arm bad bin broken the right wrist fractured. The Iii lit shoulder dislocated four ribs broken and the Skull me a ired in two places. The Skull a tre panned Aud in off recovering con a it pious Ness Bradley also recovered h reason the pressure on his brain hav ing been removed. Munson the new York Pitman declares that the Truf i trying to ruin him. In fact he it feeling crusty a Over it. A Onliest promises very Clos. Louisville ky., nov. I a Iii week of uncertainty regarding the ult of the balloting for governor of. Kentucky begins with Pitt pro a i of immediate Relief. The official count half eco in Progress two Day and official returns from a Large majority of the 111 counties have a r Rowel i the contest Down to a nose Tim ii. In of h Side claims election of t ticket. T the plurality of each Dot no exec d i 3.uuo. While the returns it it far re a revived favor Taylor the result of the count May hinge on t he a i Ion Given i by the election commis loner in several places Vuht contest has men begun on the ground of alleged irregularities. One of these contests that Iti Nelson county a been dec Dell adversely to the republicans. It invm.-1,19 vote a nearly a Tiar. As rail Side claims a it plurality. The Democrat. Will contest the v re of some of the counties. Which return Large rep by ii. Pm cities. The most info rant co ii to to no voiced i Knox. W e a a. Fay r i plurality. There Are also contests in three Pir Eints in Louisville which went re no bean. In any event it i 1 a cult to How a bitten contest l the legislature and the courts can in avoided. The commercial pria Eta Terr from chairman Gace w . Of la ate Republican Campaign commit Gaiman of 1.11 plurality for t the figures Arch ase in the aft re re fit counties of Tion b a irn signed by the Previn he c b ers new week Tim a it a woo of Al or tither i. T lv3 since year Bra singly shod f he a in a la a. Thorn a a Trad it the h to son 1. Ii. A serious a a. Iii. Quot let Tun were me prominent t a v ail of big in so me pickled exposed to the its. They be a vol Mig Daugh the. Xien i Ion. Nov la a til x ctr sick. It. It ii. La. Dilia one Renee Hehl and thursday Gar i club met if k. W. Faster. No f the ser thi. Year be nil her eight a Xoi my men. K v a i re at thin i 125 i Fig in Heil i lid Tim or. In hint re ton. Not Fiat it no to new xxx la xxx id a no train Penn red. In flu near i the of me. I a beg Xiv in. Mith or smite sex eds its res five be the it held tra t dose. Mate i i i a in a1 1�?~ensiotih i Ltd. . Have Yman i Ian a in k Xiv fore. Nothing of Las ing b t week h still i arge xxi rat has trn j. Ait Bon much declined the week. Luh it i Are also a or b u shuls i it r tile w a s.? a Bush i car the. 1. Week to i la a. Worth Ernp ror William and n visitor a Hearty reception the part of the British Public. J a borate program has been draw n up. I a Mhz the arrival at . Not Reinlieh 20. Of the Ini a Eria yacht Luloh a Enzol Lern. With the emperor e in press a am their son and other on Hoard i it will be met by a British special service Squadron and it is said the emperor wearing the uniform of it British Admiral Xxiii in received by the Prince of Wales similarly attired and the Duke of York. After salutes my reviews the party Xxiii go direct to Windsor staying there five the emperor will go to Sand i Ringham for two Days and will meet j there Salisbury. Balfour Rosebery Chamberlain lord Wolseley Ami other notables. I he remainder of his in jests will probably in spent at the Duke of Nievo Isbir s at at Chatsworth. And in shooting in set land the Imperial party returning to j Germany via Leith. Of the Llo Henzi Lern. British feeling on the subject of the i German emperor s visit is Well voiced by a punch cartoon representing the a emperor who. Challenged by a Brit ish sentry replies and the entry responds a a a ass Friend and his Exvell a emphasizing the word i interest in the War. The intense interest in the War has not abated and the enormous amount 1 of the mansion House fund is but one i in Tance of the practical form such 1 feeling assumes throughout great i Britain. Hundreds of All he a. Are pending their spare time and Money to provide comforts for those fighting in South Africa. The looses a if i feed by general Whites Force hav my seem to swell the continuous rim a Ion of regular Volunteer and a a army officers who have import Ned the War office to Send them out. 8ueh enthusiasm however in it it a frn. To have spread to Ireland for it said that the families of some of he Soldier of the Iri a regiments re a Entov engaged have refused them permission to return to their Homes. Such bitterness seems almost Iner Dile hut it is vouched for by the Irish ugh sheriff. Although the general be Ling of sympathy is undoubted it does not prevent frequent critics an of the methods followed by the British. The country Aramid Ladysmith is United for the Canairr. Be Vith one Brilliant sex Etian. That of general by Ltd Kle Hurst a a sortie this inn has been of list r Jervice in either attack aug or in or Erving the lines of communication. A bile the capture of the eighteenth Hussars must have had a most serious moral effect. Been ver a it r Ani r. Jef Lon trained r f a weekly Hank statement. New York nov we. It a tax Fuent a. Vex surplus Reserve Deer ase Miami. De Cream a. Specie gear i tenders dec ret cd. Deposits decrease circulation the Hanks now to 17 a Gal re i Drainer .4, t i Luv 7.151.196 2 is Coo ll.ilc.2f a a Cee the a

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