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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 14, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota. Tuesday. November 14 ism. Number St Cruiser Charleston wrecked off Luzon United states warship runs on a reef and goes to the Bottom not a single life is lost All it it lit Ani Are taken off Versi i a i one of original s Hij s or tire new \ Ivy was built in j ass. Manila. Nov. In tile United Stales Cruiser Charleston which has been Patron Al the Northern coast of la on. Was wrecked on a reef on the Northwest coast tuesday. November t. All on Board were saved. Washington nov. 14. The Harles ton has been in Asiatic Waters More than a year. She was one of the first us Els to let it sent to Manila after the destruction of the Spanish Fleet by Admiral Dewey the Navy department utilizing her for purpose of sending ammunition and other supplies for the Asiatic station lust previous to her assignment to that duty she had undergone an overhauling at the Mare Island Navy Yard. San Francisco and therefore was in prime condition for her duties. The Harleston is one of the vessels of More recent construction and in Longs to that class which is commonly referred to As the a new she has a full complement of officers and Crew. The naval Register issued at the beginning of the year gives As her commander Captain William ii. Outing and her lieutenant commander was tied Fred Bleckinger. Assistant Secretary Allen stated at his Home that no message had been received by him during the night. The Cruiser Charleston which was built in san Francisco in 1sn had a displacement of Tom tons was 312 feet 7 inches in length 4fi feet 2 inches beam and 22 feet s inches draught. She was of steel having two propellers one funnel and two masts with military tops. She had the following armament two Sineh guns six it it Inch guns four 6-Pounders. Three 3-poiinders, six 1-Pounders, two machine guns and one Light gun with four torpedo tubes. She had a complement of 30&Quot men. It titled s of the ship. The following Are officers of the Charleston As Given in the Navy department of duly 3. Ls�?~>9 Captain George pin Man commander lieutenant commanders. John a. Norris. Thomas in Howard and Vav in. n. Little lieutenants. Win. Braunert Reuther Ami Louis Van Dusen lieutenants. Junior Grade. Lay la. \ Erhart. Dewitt Bonner and de a id Evans ensigns. Evan. Wettingel. Albert w. Marshall and James in Henry or. A j i i cadets Edw. T. Constance. Charles Fisher has. E. Horan James e. Matthews. Frank Branch and it buries in Hatch surgeon it has. T. Libbett a of a a 11 a i ii Imp. Y. Armstrong parsed assistant paymaster. Zeba w. Reynolds Captain of marines. Melville Shaw Boatswain. Hornick Flynn gunner. Joseph in Ward act j ing Carpenter. John ii. Fill. Pressed to friends if is not known whether he would give it official expression in Case All his colleagues on rhe commission favor a recommendation of exclusion. The attitude of president Schu Tinan has not been made known even in an informal expression. he exclusion question is involved to some extent with the inquiries which tile i United states is now making of other Powers As to 11n main a finance of an open door policy in j Billa. It was stated today in an author to five diplomatic Quarter that i in Case the United states adopted a j permanent policy of chinese exclusion in the Philippines there was i Little doubt such a course would cause Hina to be less Friendly in lie co operation with the plans of the United states to extend our Trade in the Empire. Severe fighting around Ladysmith native couriers arrive at Durban with news of a bloody Battle on the 9th, ports hot a be Thorn will to Able t await concentration of flu whole vision before advancing Ami j have a 1>ett�r Chance of dealing a Tell i ing blow at Jou Liertz a main army i which it is asserted Xxiii be con ii j Between two British forces and com polled either to fight a general or retire. Ladysmith siege. Pursuit of the filipino rebels the act i Joer attack on Mafeking ministers tragic death. hey. Adolph Forth Dies Iii convulsions Iii a in Trot Wagon. Cincinnati o., nov. about seven j years ago the Rev. Adolph Forth Caille j to Cincinnati from a Moravia Austria. Ile first took i charge of a lutheran Church Here As it pastor. He was soon made superintendent of the or Home for aged Hermans. Here he showed executive ability that brought about 1 the Transfer of himself and wife to the i superintendency of the Herman orphans Home. A few weeks ago mrs. Forth a a Mother of the orphans Quot died suddenly under mysterious circumstances. The Rev. Adolph Forth said she was in habit of taking morphine and had taken an overdose. This hushed further inquiry. The trustees of the Asylum after thorough investigation found that father Ferth had been guilty of Erin Inal improprieties xxx till some of the older girls of the orphans Home. They put a warrant for his arrest in the lands of police. After his arrest. While in the patrol Wagon on the Way to prison. Father Ferth fell in a violent convulsion. Then a rapid succession convulsion followed convulsion till his life went out Vith last one. One theory is that he took some Quick Poison another is that remorse an nervous excitement caused his death. Colonel bade it doxy Ell reports shelling of hic Torii says attack of burghers was Ile pulsed. London nov. Us a Durban Natal special november 9, says a native runners report that the Boers suffered a severe defeat at Ladysmith this morning. The Hoer guns Yvere silenced after four hours fighting. The Boer losses Yvere very heavy. No the dispatch by Way of Durban brought in by Kaffir reporting a be do fact of the Boers at Ladysmith pc re thursday reel hut dices must it appears Boce limn Bari men t Coni iou daily a Newa by Heli graph. London nov. 14. The paucity of news from the front still leaves the chief interest entered in the arrival of the reinforcements. Estcourt dispatches sax that Heli graph communication has been established Xith Ladysmith but so far no news has lieu received the latest icing dated november ti., which shows that the occupants of Ladysmith had no news of the outside world since general French reached Pite Maritz Burg and that they Yvere puzzled at the inactivity of the Boers. Everyone was confident and cheerful hut All xxx Ere suffering the inconvenience of the siege bread Selling at 3 shillings per loaf. General Biden in welts dashing sorties at Matching encouraged the that the British garrisons Aloin re All Able to i rapid Advance of the americans demoralizing the insult of gent army. Double Mulder at sea. Nov Cit i Balli m Ile it ills ileitis h lie. Be Nev. Us i f the British Ste looks like beginning of end All indications Point to a up cedi the h Quot i Quot the. May turn out to in Cor in View of previous expert be received with caution. I i however certain that i i heavy fighting has occurred and that the Luddite or naval guns must have j had a dire effect on the Burgher forces. A belated dispatch from Ladysmith dated november 6, by Way of Estcourt. Dated november 9, con j j firms the idea that the temporary cessation of the Hoer bombardment was due to Joubert a waiting flu arrival j of other position guns before attacking the works in Earnest. Attack on 31 ticking. The following from Buller dated Cape town Xmas received last night a following reports have been re j j Cei Ved from colonel Baden Howell a a a Mafeking oct. 30.�? am Well Here. Enemy is apparently shy of attacking. Nov closing to invest us. Are destroying railway twelve Miles North with dynamite. Shelling continued doing i very Little a a a oct. 31.�? enemy attempted As i Sault today on Cannon Kopje and Southeast Corner of toxin. Attack was most Brilliant not withstanding a hot Shell fire by British South african to Columbia. Mo., nov. 13. Speaking jct. Muir Walford. Enemy lost head is employing swi Duck at Kimberi a reined for Dost it. Ive Western Border out. Cecil Rhodes men White and in Road making a t ution. According to a dispatch Felt car the Boers at Kimberley ii the exact Range of the mines an i constantly throwing shells at dynamite huts. Several of the ii have been blown up and the Dai j done to the mines amounts to ii thousands of my lids. Among the Stork from brass one that general Joubert and sir Erat White have been Endeavor negotiate for the capitulation of i. Smith but have failed to Eon j terms. Lord Salisbury and lord Wol i were guests of the Queen at Fincastle last night. Lorenzo Marques. Del agon a Are the liter ending of i los birr a Toni yes As report i i o n Glt to Iii i dal of i Liers u Bel Washington nov. 13. General cables As follows Otis i us to ran v w la a a Macarthur a Advance thirty sixth a with volunteers and a cavalry troop ii fit Lur Bell entered turkic at 7 p. In. In it a i 11 ii of a vaster the relay. The enemy had lied. Great labor Macarthur slice in by d ii to lie at getting Forward to Ca Pas Cost Day ii in Bor All artillery and Quai Derma. Ter s As bore. Transportation Aud will have it Coin i a id att mail Iii to rim today ids adv a pc e j i Nisei i pushing Forward to save As nine h of i the e in the Railroad Asih it Sib la it which f he no in of enemy is trying to destroy in it re j hours treat. Many deserters from the enc 1 fun my passed into Macarthur lines yes i during in Rainy. Insurgents in that see lion i Vav a re to Are reported Short of prox Isi ions. I Las A Lawton is Lushing Forward with g rent j in iring Energy. His Advance is obliged to in a Lioa leave behind All transportation am i depend to a great extent upon the i countr for a Lutsi it tence. Haves. Aith the Bat the master in a of Ai n me liner trunk from Sant hat a few Santa i in tiler d xxx he think Aguinaldo has abandoned his War department off a s believe rebel Leader has deserted his followers trying to get gut of Luzon the the late xxi the. A i ii a avg or. From of i de St oms i xxx Sis it the a the % Iii to an i. Again i a in j Tori to i Aile i a Bel lev is by Pill in to. To pie i. A. Mer it to in ills Kansas City. Mington special in the flight of a department of Fiji the import of the had Strong reason Merci and it formation e the be Thip the i he or Gaimo of the Marx n lied to to it thin Exi Ier to of pro the magi id i Iveth xxiv of get the i r meteoric showers this week Missouri astronomer tells when and Hov to Sec them. Nov. In father mat the arrived Here from Pretoria reference to the surrender Fusiliers and the hoi troops at Nicholson s Nek the mules stampeded the hard pressed by would have held Arri to airy. Lowed of the angolan. If 11 half a ii tran Portal uth of loins private is. Voting and bats. I by the Lai Twenty. In of hot. Urgent at Tabo in Bra per a re hath the of d to orto mind it who has save xxi f the iridis Esters i re that after Force got the enemy. They out hox Vever. But in pc Railroad decision. Killing of commission in a Missouri k it. A its. Washington nox. 14. The interstate Commerce commission has announced its decision in a ease against the St. Louis and san Francisco railway company. The opinion is by airman Knapp. The Case and decision Are shortly stated to follows Quot the rates enforced by the St. Louis Aud san Francisco on live poultry in car loads to hic ago Are higher from Marshfield. Mo., than for the longer distances from Springfield and other More Distant stations on its line. The commission holds that the greater c Harge from the Shorter distance from Marshfield constitutes a departure from the general Rule of the fourth Section which the Carrier Xmas bound to justify and that such higher rate. If found to be without sufficient excuse must also be deemed unreasonable and undue prejudice in violation of tile third Section. I he St. Loin and san i a ran Cisco company it holds cannot lawfully Call itself merely a j local Carrier from Marshfield while in j aged in through Carriage from j Springfield and other Points on its line Aud therein justify higher rates j to Chicago for the Short a distance from Marshfield than for the longer distance from Springfield and most j Distant Points of to discuss exclusion. Of the probable meteoric shovers or. Updegraff until recently director of the astronomical Observatory of the University of Missouri said Quot it is expected that a meteoric Dis a play similar to those of 1833 and a it a Xxiii be seen Xiet Veen Midnight and Daybreak on the morning of tuesday. November 14. Or perhaps Twenty four hours earlier or later. The returns of these meteors have been observed at intervals for 900 years but the time of occurrence of a Shower cannot lie foretold As accurately As astronomical Phenomena or usually predicted. A few shooting stat s May be seen on any Clear night especially about the Middle of november but if the great Showver comes this year the meteors xviii be very numerous Aud the sight xviii it Exvell Worth seeing. In the showers of is33 and 166. Described As among the grandest of All natural Phenomena. Not a sound Xmas heard hut the heavens seemed to be on lire and. The meteors xxx Ere As thick As the flakes in a Snow storm. A the meteors Are called leonids because they radiate like the ribs of an umbrella from a certain Point in the Constellation of Leo called the Radiant Point. This is located near tile Center j of the Circle of stars forming the Blade of sickle and is directed East at an Altitude of about 47 degrees at j of clock a. In. The meteors Xxiii be most numerous in and near the Constellation Leo but May by seen in All parts of the sky. A anyone who Xxiii take the trouble to Vatch the Eastern sky for ten or fifteen minutes Between the hours of i i and 7 a. In. On wednesday thursday and Friday of this Veek Xxiii be sure to see some of the Leonid meteors and May be fortunate enough on one of these nights to see the great show or which is confidently expected. Quot Tho Moon xviii be in the Western sky Aii a xviii be nearly full. It May Render some of the fainter meteors in visible but kids fact should not deter anyone from improving an opportune unities five killed five Les from ape toxin i ily. Our Ca a Buller cables dated yesterday Quot the following is from Nicholson 1 a Bulu Vayo. Nev. .7. Following is from Baden Dowell Mafeking oct. 25.�? All Well Here army still shelling. We made a successful night attack on his Advance Denches last night getting i in Xith Bayonet. Our loss was six men of the protectorate regiment killed nine wounded enemy a loss in Knoxon but was considerable. Enemy vacated signal Hill and Laa gered two Miles Northeast of town and two Miles Southeast. A the transport Hax Varden Castle has sailed from ape town for Durban. Hoer Bel to Force in Enta. It Etoria monday. Nov. 6.�?the Standard and diggers news says it is up Etel that another commando xviii leave for the front today. A number of burghers have been command ered and some have volunteered. The commando xviii be tinder a brother of general Jan of. M. Hock. Xxx to was wounded and taken prisoner by the British and afterwards died in the Hospital at Ladysmith. House to House visitation Iii the Central District continue. Xii neutrals who have not volunteered will one commander a for police service. Those who Are eligible Are expected to report for duty. The penalties Imja used for failure to comply with the order to report Are heavy tines and for persistent disregard of the order offenders Xxiii be expelled from the state. Boers Active at All Points. Assaults on a Feski Iier Ladysmith and Kimberley. Some subordinate without instructions hoisted a Flag of truce on his own re Pons by Lily. Nothing then remained but to surrender. A we were sent say father Matthews a to occupy a position Xith tile object of preventing two Boer forces from joining. We started at s.,u sunday evening married oui Miles and got to the Hill about i of clock monday morning. The first mishap was that Mountain Battery stampeded and scattered the xxx Hole Herd of mules. We formed up a in and gained the top of the Hill. The mules xxx Ere gone but not All the ammunition. I do not know what stampeded the mules. They knocked me Down. It was pitch dark. Quot we had on hours sleep. The ing begun just after Daybreak by somewhat Slack for a time but the Boers crept around and then tiring became furious. Our lie u in a breastworks of stones. Quot soon after noon there Xmas a general cry of a cease fir,.�?T but our Fellows you id not Stop tiring. Major aide came up and confirmed the order and then the Bugle sounded a Fease tiring. Quot in our locality there was a rum r that the xxx hit hag xxx a raised by a Oung officer xxx to thought his Battery of ten men were the so survivors but ave were 9 h alive having started with perhaps 1,000. I think Many re the Battery men were captured. Quot our officers and men refused to surrender. The Beers did not Serin to be in great numbers on the spot but i heard that the main body had galloped off. Our men had to give up their arms and the officers xxx re sent to commandant Steen Kain. Quot the officers were taken a xxx a from i he men and sent to general Joubert bed out on t Quentin Itter a the enemy s bits most of xxx to Ethward. Vessels i of the third cavalry i to Mayuga. Where the i a hot Xmas captured Hundred thousand to Pound of Amir. 7.7c and other provision Coats Many new bin clothing a number flyers sixty two up prisoner Roii to i voting h Wile and a 11 a in a i t n to to till a stewed Igrec it Ash ton sensation. Of so Iii lion and i Temple it a ii tiring or vers if rink Irth Aile a me in were sent no it is believed Iii Ica i Ion xxx evening. In gents a a a capital difficult troops in i my. Ii a. San yen Gull Al. San de to nit Stabli i hoi to and t to is Are to wit if at to ill. D t xx1 Hinnent t ii the Nieh Isid an. Aries Sari i Jos san it i it Putin. Tavi on thai Oligh Ling Trong St a Ion at a a a nut Nan. Shoal sex of licit Arr ref i his Mal or i not in i Ion i ii i ii ii to i. Nov. The col and Ole. Secretary roof Sale s . Only ten Able inference from the i id ices received is that Aguina Blo thus a ban cloned his army and it is natural to expect that it will g Short time. Pieces in a adjutant general it in orbit i s lid Quot the most sign a least feature in % a or re for. I general Otis is the fact that la re a a t c a s of ordnance supplies we re Ca j lit ii red. Tile fact that the ins arg ends so quickly abandoned these in in to is Al suggests the who a of of or h ii tract a of to the very b Milt not plat Lily re is hat it Isi it the that stated taken mar believed he it the a Vail lib to v h 111 i i Ive i. Fat and get afros event would n to the and in Inis involved Iii Dis a prisoner wot t Bati a tag in at Rev Thaud in Fantail up chilean american treaty. I. From the Var dip Aguinaldo has jump ing pan into the of the Tagalos dist the Savage Negrito like the filipinos. Blood mingled in of till to ext u be have in Fly re. Formed mos reported in spirits. The by will displayed never been Exzelle. Annoyance. Our i great hardships a f severe sex ice. B excellent condition Enterprise and id troop a per it a n am Omita 11 others has rapid american Advance. I mend men to will ii to a in i Lea ii Washington. Nor. Minister Afsa i Lea ii legion Tyr providing lean claims e Civ. However quire a s hate. Met urn in thin hot Lull the it a. His ext a rebels not Given time to the bail Vail. Manila. Nov. Us when Colon left t alias ten Miles from Tai l tear up Bell i of cd Kveste London. Nov. 13. Simultaneous at i the same Day. Travelling in mule wag by which xviii not i Birt it Bree years. Occur again for died on a train. Guthrie To a nov. 13. News is received from hic ago that Lover Streel. United states District attorney for Oklahoma died suddenly this morning in a Santa be train nearing hic ago. Consider Philip a Ptg philippine commission to it him a 1j ii i Ion. Washing ton nox. 14. Whether it Hill so delusion should be applied to the Philippines is among i in a the attention of the lie Nee hearing on the Etao Pine commission. Onsi Depablo evidence beating on the Market has Bren o Lee Ted and besides presenting this testimony Vith their full report it is a suede that is recommendation xviii a made which xvii have considerable influence in hoping the course of this gov nine it and the action of Congress. Or is understood that two of the members of the commission messes. Den by and Worcester have a pics sed themselves As favourable to a application of the Monde excl in a t to the Philippines. From the aet that Genera of is has issued an e it i by chinese exclusion it i a a hat his Vince. As a member e omission Ais would by fora lesion in la Philippines. I iou it f Admiral Dewey Bowne toed to he favourable to a admission. While this present Hobart improving. Paterson n. J., nov. Us vice president Hobart continues to improve. He slept xxx Ell last night. A outlier troop ship arrives. London nov. 13. The troop ship Oriental Xith 1,200 men has arrived at Cape Down. Sin a 11 stature of european jews. Bondon Globe professor Ripley finds that the average jew in Northern Europe is from 7 feet 0 inches to ,7 feet to inches in height. In Italy the average is very much lower�?7 feet i Inch. The decrease in the stator the Southern tacks on Ladysmith. Mafeking and Kimberley which opened thursday Manifest full recognition by the Boers of the filet that every Day lessens their chances of ii successful onslaught on any of the British strongholds. Joubert s chances of reaching Pietermaritzburg can be said to have vanished. This is already reported to lie admitted by Lonel Sethiel the German officer commanding the Boer artillery who is supposed to have been largely the author of the Boer plan of Campaign and xxx to in an interview is alleged to have said the Boer intention was to have captured Pietermaritzburg and then dictate terms Lait All Hope of accomplishing this must now be abandoned. There is no doubt from the British Point of View that the general situation in Natal is rapidly improving. Nearly s.000 troops have reached South Africa during the last forty eight hours and by the end of the Veek g.000 to 7.000 More Xxiii be added to the British strength in Natal. These probably Xxiii be pushed Forward to Estcourt bringing the British Force there no to 10,-000 and making a general attack on Ladysmith by Joubert very hazardous. Is the cavalry and artillery Beni i longing to general he Trinz division on and sleeping that night in sour stores Fin the Vay. The next morning they took a train at Wasche Hank for Pretoria. They a very xxx Al i treated and so i have heard Are men. A the surrender in my judgment Xmas a great Blunder caused by a misunderstanding. The White Flag was not hoisted by the Irish he Southern jew is attributed to the will not have Arri cd by then the and fact that in the Days of Imperial Rome vane from Estcourt May be delayed the physically Strong were enrolled in but if it is deemed essential to open to army leaving the general body of i communication with the beleaguered jews Short in stature. Professor Kip town at the earliest possible moment trouble threatened. People of Knox county ii j., Kex Esteil Over Hie,1 by. Bartered i in k y., nov. In incensed at reports that the vote of Knox county would be the oxen out by the election commissioners several thousand people from the Rural districts arrived Here to make a demonstration against being disfranchised. Mandatory orders to the commissioners to finish the count have so far been unheeded. The people Are greatly a brought up and declare they will make trouble unless Given a fair count. Will not hang. Men him i be j a it i him \ leu Admiral has been sex Ley considers that starvation sedentary habits and persecution have resulted in the physical degeneration of the jew of Northern Europe. A shrewd move. Judge. Coral what sense can of see in the game of Golf Merritt a Tho sense is displayed by a placers having a boy to carry tile big bundle of Sticks for them. Het Luten. It is believed May decide to replace the regular cavalry and artillery by Natal up Lander mounted forces and naval guns in which Case. It is claimed it ought to be possible to occupy Colenso and stretch out a hand to White by monday though ii is added the course to be followed by Methuen must be necessarily dictate i entirely by official knowledge of Whites position and resources. Sex Blag Al Al sentence is commuted to life imprisonment. Des Moines. Ii., nov. Ulm governor Shaw commuted the death sentence j pronounced against Charles Stagal i coloured for the murder of Charles i Brown coloured to that of life Imp is i Ozment. Opened to foreign Trade. To Chou fun Hie first port opened in he Mam province. Peking nov. Us a to Houfu at the Entrance of touting Lake Xmas formally opened to foreign Trade today. This is the fir to port opened in the anti foreign province of a Anam. I Lay he intr led merely to reconnoitre. Ile had with him thirty sixth infantry sea vent a scouts and troop a of the fourth cavalry a battalion of the Twenty second regiment and galling guns. The scouts. Mounted pieced the main body up the Railroad. They met iou rebels at Murcia but the insurgents quickly retreated. Tho scouts found the depot burning but extinguished the fire and saved the building. The main column marched up the Wagon Road hut before reaching Tarim divided entering the town on two sides at o clock without is shot being fired. The insurgents had evacuated the place Only a few hours before setting tire to the railway station and rolling Stock. They left a rear guard of 400 in a. Who however failed to make a stand and cover the Retreat of the main Forcer of insurgents As they had probably been ordered to do. The rebel ordnance is Repart cd to have been shipped to the town of o Donnell. The americans a continuing their Advance so rapidly that the insurgents have not the time necessary to destroy the Railroad. General Young is supposed to have reached san Nicholas thirty Miles East of Dagupan. Colonel Hays has captured Aguinaldo s Secretary. Major Coleman is in Arr angolan Vith an escort of 17.7 Bolo men on the Way to the province of Neuv Avisata. General Laners family Are prisoners. The general barely escaped. Says ii did not escape. The correspondent of the associated press w till Young telegraphs from san Jose that Aguinaldo did not escape to the Northeast. He and his army the correspondent adds. Are surrounded. The last orders to the filipino com a Lamier at san Jose xxx Ere to hold san Jose and Arr angolan at All costs. The recent encounters Are too one sided to be called fights. The insurgents Are morally afraid of the americans however Strong their position. They Mak a Brief feeble resistance and run when terrible yell reaches their ears whereupon the americans pursue them. The moral effect of the news that 60,000 troops Are on the Way i re has been unquestionably great. The insurgents Are suffering far More from disease than the americans owing to poor food Lack of medicines and filthy hospitals with the result that there is great mortality among them. Lawton intercepted a Telegram from mates the the tre the us fort lint govern t we pm it Essen to of the its re Senate in a i he r a. The i the i rial tre. The an but will try to the fission to req unit the try i re ret in ii St nit. Fuit m Inland fro near Cut eau not go or he Wen on. Hands or to Aparri. The Stream is draft gunboats roast. An eff boats into the to pattern would in inner of a it i the Gill Ara be i v Dien Ile mules for Philippines. Him. He is All m As lot he in on nil it i Thiv ii he Fifer the i if wit. The transport Gar roue sail a Star a a it of hot. A utile. Wash., nov. Ulm i he government transport a none. With a cargo of 387 army mules for use in the Philippines has sailed for Manila. The transport Victoria has arrive i from Manila which Piort she left october 14. The Victoria took a cargo of 413 cavalry horses from Tacoma and eight cavalrymen from this City. She landed 402 of the animals safely in Manila. Lilt Victoria brought four civilian passengers from the philippine and had a rough Kyle on the election. Nays the Jesuit in South Dakota a i tutors men of it Kinli. Set rep j voyage. Becomes More acute. By so japanese differences aced Lintel by recent occurrences. London nov. Us a Shanghai special says the differences Between Russia and Japan have been accentuated by Japan s refusal to Grant Russia a foothold on the seafront of Massamo Harbor. Korea. The Shanghai correspondent of the daily mail say s Quot an uneasy feeling regarding the relations of Russia and Japan is spreading Here. There is no doubt Washington. Nov. T in an interview with of the election a we voted this we Kola for three Supra democratic populist forces were under the Reform party. The iss of the administration and we elected the judges in combination that sought to Republican nominees. Nat it Rke a Rte dirt Ami fre name was the Dau the Silver of the rapport exp Sion. Spite of a defeat the ural in the result is an endorsement of the administration and its policy in the Philippines. Free Silver Xmas not referred to in the settler round Over. Sioux Falls I nov. Us a John Lippard a settler on the ceded portion of the Yankton Indian reservation has been bound Over to the next term of the circuit court to answer to the charge of criminal assault on the wife of a neighbor the crime having been committed during the absence of the husband. Lippardt a Bonds were in. That Japan is practically Allied xxx till j placed at $2.�mu. Hina despite the degradation which i. A the Empress dowager inflicted sate it Rackers at the chinese envoys to Japan on their i Aberdeen. S. In. Nor recent return. This was merely Al tempt to crack the b tactical move with a View of a ºpeas-1 Corry Columbia. Was intr Russia. I big Safe a Bull Quot a Large russian Fleet intends wintering in Nagasaki Harbor and some remonstrance by Japan is probable. Prince Henry of Prussia the commander of the German Squadron in the North Pacific. I it watching the Progress of events. He recently declared in the course of a conversation that the japanese army was in splendid condition from the european Point of the daily mail says a we learn there is considerable censorship on Telnet Drums from China a National Grange. Springfield. Iii. Nov. Ulm delegates to the National Grange began to arrive this morning. The sessions begin wednesday. Doors and lop blow steel Money Chest opened. Four cd pc evidently by sex per to Complete the Job of town ii a Wagon work. Us an ilk Safe of made Here. W rocked nearly off. At. K. The the the was not Sions were heard who lacked time they drove out before Daylight. Select Normal site. Aberdeen. S. A. Nov. 13.�?\ \ f. T Bushnell chairman of the Norm ii school committee has a Lefter from governor Lee saving he had decided to locate the school on Melgaard Hill Outh of twelfth Avenue Between Washington and Arch streets. New Orleans at port Sui. Port said. Egypt nov. I Cruiser new Orleans has Armet the Way to the philippine. The
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