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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 15, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota. Wednesday. No Yem heh i. Ism num Hek St claims bed Cross Flag is misused general too Cronje thinks it covers Many buildings in Mafeking from three positions activity causes Little so far the Boer alarm alleged Boer threat. The wreck of the Cruiser Charleston protests to col. Baden Powell also complains of use of natives Ami of dynamite mines British comma mice ignores protests. London. Nov. Ir��?4 of a. In. There is no additional news regarding Progress of Host hit in in South Africa this morning except a dispatch from Mafeking forwarded in a runner dated october 31, which says that during the afternoon in neral Ronje. The doer commander sent an envoy to colonel Inden Pouell under a Flag of truce to declare that he did not consider the Jenera convention authorized the Flag of the lied loss society to try from several buildings at once in the town and that in his opinion tin employment of natives against Whites and the use of dynamite mines were both opposed to the rules of War. Colonel Baden to we ii replied that t he Jenera convention did not stipulate As to the number of bed Cross flags permissible and that the Boers were Only required to respect the Convent. The Hospital and the women a Laager All of which were beyond the town limits. The British commander also pointed out that mines were recognized adjuncts of civilized warfare and that the defences of Pretoria were extensively mined. Moreover he re minded general that the doers had fired upon natives burned their Kraals and raided their cattle and that the natives Only defended their ii is and property. Despite these warnings from it it Onel in Aden Dow Ell the doers Eon tinned deliberately to Shell til hos a j ital Ami the women a Laager. The sending of the doer envoy was regarded the dispatch says As a Mere pretext for penetrating the British lines tit Mafeking. According of the latest reports the town i confident of it ability to hold out until the a a lid of the Campaign. So far As Kimb Riey is concerned the mental condition of the British there Max be judged from the fait that three weddings have taken place since the siege began the last having been celebrated on november s. President Krueger threat to exe i Ute British officers now in i hands unless Nathan Marks a supposed Boer by. Is released in sir genre White has excited wide plead indignation. I he daily news demands that his friends should promptly inform him a hat his own neck and that of or. Beit the Transvaal state Secretary. Will be Lichi res it Orsble for any such violation of the elementary rules of civilized warfare. For once the censorship is blamed on Aeron it of laxity. D it a hat tile censor ought to have suppressed the tory of father Matthew regarding the surrender at Niehold on Nek. Which while too Viilu ii to by considered evidence must cause uneasiness. I he feeling i that until the facts can be ascertained it would have been i t not to circulate Mere gossip. The great delay in South a Friedan cables now amounting practically to live Day and the Lack of any definite new from Ladysmith give Fise to some apprehension which is Only relieved by the fact that no Adverse tidings have come from either British or doer source. Nothing i known a to the whereabouts of it general sir Redvers duller. Her majesty s hip powerful a arrived at Simons Bay from Durban and begun to Coal. The Cruiser will return to Durban immediately with More Guin a. Lord George Hamilton Secretary of state for India announced in a s j Leech last evening that a Relief Force would immediately be sent to Ladysmith but beyond that nothing is known of the British plan of Campaign and equal secrecy shrouds the movements of the doer.-. Or. Jameson the hero of the raid left Cape Tow n for fug land last thursday. The Cape authorities have seized a wireless Digraph hint found on Board a vessel destined for Dela Goft Bay. Story from Cape town not credited by officials. London. Nov. 14. A special from ape town dated Friday november j i says that state Secretary Teitz has demanded that general White immediately release the supposed spy Nathan Marks who is confine i at Ladysmith coupling his demand with a threat to execute six British officers general Buller replied according to the special dispatch that he was entitled to retain the Man until he could tender a satisfactory account of himself. Doubt tile Story. Nothing is known either at tile War or colonial office regarding the alleged official statement cabled from Cape town saying that Secretary 1 beit on behalf of the Transvaal gov-1 eminent had demanded that White immediately release Nathan Marks a Supin ated spy. Confined at Ladysmith the dispatch adding that Krueger threatens if Marks is executed to retaliate by shooting six British officers in the hands of the doers. It is asserted that Marks entered Ladysmith after the investment of that place with the supposed object of obtaining information for the Boers. The Story it is asserted bears the imprint of improbability As there is no reason to think the Boers would be guilty of such a Complete change from their previous Correct attitude and manner of conducting hostilities. Nevertheless sensational afternoon newspapers Here Are already demanding that Krueger and All the members of the executive Council be int ii to in hanged As the Only fitting reprisal in the event of Reitz s threat being carried out. Holier of White. That White s Relief is considered a matter of pressing importance is again evidenced by the satisfaction with which officials heard of the arrival of the transport armenian at Cape town yesterday a couple of Days before her time. The non arrival of Lier precious freight of Field guns and ammunition threatened serious delay in Methuen. Arrangements fur the Relief of White. It i True that the division still Lack cavalry but in All probability the fir to arrivals that Arm at ape town will be sent to Durban irrespective of which division they were originally assigned to. There is no doubt the bombardment of Ladysmith has increased in intensity Dur 1 tug the last few Day s and though All messages from there speak with Confidence of the defenders a Load of anxiety will be removed from the coun try when unrestrained communication with the beleaguered town is re established. Official report in the loss of the american warship off the Island of Luzon Little Hope of saving her Ami the result is gratify our. The re turns from other states indicate a growing opposition to Republican Nodi ties. We Are much pleased to it Sec that Maryland is again Iii the democratic column and ready for the contest of 1900. Yer truly Venus. A owl. Bran Murphy Breaks an Arm. Major Logan is slain in Battle the i tile vessel now ides Well out of tile water with her Bottom buddy stove in Admiral Watson Zeporta. Accident saves Larry Gleason from defeat. Sioux City. Nov 1.1 at the in i night a australian Dilly Murphy Bruke his right Arm Over Larry Gleason k a in the sixth round of h r. Been a fifteen round contest. I p to the time of the Accident he was righting in Blok form an time Arni again he sent Gleason to the floor with Al Loti r bit hand swings on the jaw. Twice Iii timekeeper shouted time Twenty be. Onus before the limit to save i Ason. Who was babbling about the ring in a groggy. Dazed condition the of 5� a cheering the australian on. But Between the referee Aud the Tim eke Ltd it r in was kept from putting his Man out. I son of a Black Jack Quot basis Vav leading a Gallant charge against rebels. The ran to the their the of anti inst to been Dent a Serin the ire unable. Upholding a Ell. When americans dish order in Homes cattle and movement against Bryan is growing hts democratic leaders in the East and a Outh Are opposed to his nomination r disappearance of Aguinaldo ire or Imp and thar t Rem hereabouts of the insurgent chief and his Ai my an Enigma a swill american movement Daze Hebo. Saw Gilmore in Tarlac. Spanish prisoners say Ile there november i. Washington nov. 14. Dir no Watson cables a aka a Ped Spanish or Oil i at san Fabian report seeing a int november i. In , with by men. All Are Well. He crossed the i .�?Tint.tit. From Baler in May with thirteen men. Tin location of tin other Iglus is unknown. Have cabled la Long Kong for Salvage for Charleston Washington nov. 14. Admiral wat son cables a Charleston wrecked on uncharted Coral reef on the North coast of Luzon it on the Nikorn i ing of november 7. Everybody safely landed on Kami Gui in a valid. Natives f were Friendly. Mcdonald made Lin a Gayon Gulf in a sailing launch. When he left he had no to make in examination of the vessels condition with a View to wrecking opera Lions. A Northeast Monsoon and a heavy sea were prevailing. The reports Are that the ship struck easily and then thumped violently. The fire room was completely flooded first the water tight doors were closed promptly. The ship lies settled aft. The water i one foot from her name. So Quot is Well out of the water Forward and apparently on a very Steep Bank. She Hail ten Days provisions one half of the rations were landed. The Helena dispatched from Din Gay in by the Oregon to Kami Trinu. Is due it ii itral Dewey not Heil. New York. Nov. 14, reporter went to the Waldorf Astoria hotel today and ent Dewey a copy of the dispatch announcing the loss of the Charleston. The Admiral said a i am very sorry. The Charleston was a Good ship but if she has been lost. I am glad at least that none of her Gallant officers and Crew shared her Fate. I am always interested in j the welfare of the men and ships in our Navy and doubly so in those that i some Tim the local police Hawa at by Drington not. La. I this morning enc Oti was Wheaton re per there was a enga Jacinto Between a he cutters and la a in a a november ement near Thirl a third gents. Our to la ii Fly leading i listed men kit eleven men a it slight. Enemy eight one Cleat m Chile d instil ran a j b his Ltd a traffic in human bodies a Memphis undertaker arrested for Selling corpses to medical colleges. A Law to it tin i tag i rep we mics mimic was i Iii to to be of for i pm 11 a in rout he ire or i Ai Ith ii wish urgent in pres Aper Iii avaird Pix a mail letter7 War. The loner facts of the Campaign who not come Fin weeks. London. Nov. 14. When or. Steeve the famous correspondent left England he predicted that it would be ii a email letter War a that the correspondents could do Little by Cable. The Large expenses incurred by the London morning journals have not been justified by the meager dispatches which the censor has enabled them to print. Steamers now arriving from the ape hav detailed account of the earliest Battles those of Glencoe and Elund Slaatte. From in a a hand bul the Public will be forced to wait Many weeks before the mysteries connected with Arleton s surrender and the siege of lady Smith Are cleared up anti it will then be preoccupied with other anti More stirring War scenes. The censorship inadequate Calili facilities and Boer raiders have operated to deprive Bennett Burliegh and his Collen tie of their Ordinary occupation and the Public has remained at the mercy of sensation mongers. There is Little likelihood even if men of fashion like Winston Spencer Churchill Are on the ground to chronicle the exploit of the smartest officers in the guards that general Buller will relax the censorship Ami allow messages to go through freely. Intervention rumours. Have been under my command. A it is a treacherous coast. The Charleston met her doom on one of the most treacherous Points on the Island of or Sel May be saved. Admiral Wasson appears to have acted at once upon receipt it the news of Tim grounding of the Charleston for he informed the Navy department that he cabled to Hong Kong to secure the help of experienced w recites. The Navy department has already a constructor on the ground in the person of lieutenant Holcomb who May be called on to assume Burge of the Vav reeking operations. A careful Reading of the cablegram from Watson it a incr tile official there is a fair Chance of axing the Charleston. They a the name of the ship is painted Alumit three or four feet window the i rail. This t an indication that the drek i it above water which would make the work of pumping out the Hull much easier of she had settled Down Jiff As reported flier is Les danger of injuring the Bottom further by pounding. Much depends however. On the weather As the wreck lie in tin full sweep of the monsoons whirl prevail Arili season. For the safety of the officer and Crew not the lightest apprehension a its. The Helena must have already reached the Island in which they landed which is about a Days run from lingayen. And with the Oregon which followed closely must have removed the Crew several Days ago. St. Louis nov. 14. Four Zinc a lined travelling Many a Sample trunks each containing a corps were taken from the baggage room of tin Union station today. Frank Thompson an undertaken of Memphis tern., a arrested in connection with the affair. For known j that traffic in human lushes was gun on through this City. Recently font i bodies were shipped in trunks to by. Ii. Ham in of Keokuk la. Re Quot captured to Lay were also consigned to him. Thompson told the police Fri store he a a contract for burying the dead of Memphis. For some Tim lie has i teen Selling bodies to i College throughout tin part country. His method was t them in trunks and take to baggage with Hon to St. Lou there ship them by expire destiny of Ion. He receive $ i a i Tody the name of Damsel to w Hon the trunk were add res so i fit Keokuk i fictitious. Ii decline to Tate w to i the cons Ern e. In the trunk today Are to bodies of three negro -. Two men and h boy and a White woman. All evidently die of wasting Liea a. Tho woman appears to have been a person of refinement. Her features Are regular the hair Black and the front Teeth Gold tilled. Memphis. Nov. 14. Frank Romp on. Lin tier arrest at St. Louis is Well known Here i it oing county undertaker. Ii has Ireen twice indicted <01 tie charge of improper burial of Paup 1 dead. Bit Cave satisfactory explanations Tinel was released. Relatives Are surge lit la Tity of Rice. Cav aged. Infantry san a e and for wheel horses foraged in Ric Rice Straw a Kotlier Moi wife news of her songs a Vesci to mrs. Logan note from Secretary a St i in to tract. Lea the was Elt by a person kit. Mrs Loc f the puck Utas. Ami is prostrated by the new. This afternoon mrs. John a. Logan drove to the White House. In of the Ushers who knew her Many years admitted her at once to the president. In til parlor she met mrs. Mckenna. Wife of the associate Justice Vvs a also has a Sot in the Philippines. In re of mrs. Logan a visit a brought to the in the Ruid to of a a in meeting of at once left the Erin and went downstairs where mrs. Logan and mrs. Mckenna were Rill together. After a few minutes mrs. Logan was assisted t v her Carriage and the president returned to the cuisine. The sad new of major i. It go no death had already let Een Lin tier discus i Kin Lejk Ltd Ondoy ii it to the to Yount \. Log i or for Down. A. Nov. In or 1 has received the a it Idem Mckinley Doh it to if v j. The i lie s that Field ing Dren Mck i. H into. Lier a line hero sonic arg in Titi it he did of Hon hour. The Inlet for d investigating sex. Noted. My Dev a pm Ems ire Western Waterways. Board of Trade Surprise. I Pietermaritzburg Friday. Nov. To. Morning it i officially stated that the Long Range bombardment of Ladysmith Vav Jill heavy guns continues daily but without serious damage. London. Nov. 14. The troop hip Britannic has arrived at ape town. The Lis Mere a or and Yuri one arc at Durban. Kimb. Illy. Nov. 7. Morning via i Petow Friday. Nov. To. La Boers Are now throwing shells at the j is Avoir and waterworks. He j act of n. Friday. Nov. nil dated i path from Kimberley says. A rho Boer. Ceased shelling at o it a k last evening having fired it intervals seventy shells failing in debris heaps and open spurts. The average Range Vias Over 00 Yards. One cooking pot was inured. I Here was a brisk Market for alleged the Czar Anil Kaiser have decided to act. New York. Nov. 14. The worlds Brussels correspondent says j he Independence beige states on what it claims to lie trustworthy authority that As a result of the meeting Between the Czar and the Kaiser the question of Friendly intervention in the South african imbroglio is about to take definite shape. This step it is said was not decided upon without fir to consulting with France. The offer xviii emanate from the Czar who both As the author of the peace conference Anil As a Sovereign not directly interested in the quarrel is Best qualified to act in the role of peacemaker. It is hinted that if these advances Are rejected by England. A it would in necessary to take up arms for the last time Otis to assure once for All peace in Europe and throughout the Bank building wrecked. Hold ors got so Money but did a Deal of dam age. Lev Cia nil. It. Nov. 14.�? an unsuccessful attempt was made by cracks men Early this morning to Rob the Garfield savings Bank at Euclid suburb. The afe was completely wrecked and the front 1 f the building blown majority a a powerful explosion. Sofa As can be Learned the robbers secured no Money although a Large sum was in the Safe. There were two heavy explosions which awakened the peo a citizen opened fire of the robber some four or five in number and they fled All escaping without injury so far As known. Lain Brothers Transfer All their trades to the la sons. Chicago nov. 15. Mclain Bros., a Board of Trade firm which has had a net work of wires running a1 Over the j Middle West and who a office Anil exp change Force has aggregated Over thir to men. Sent out notices last night to j customers and to mein hers of the 1 1 Ixia re of Trade that All their houses had been transferred to hansom Bros. I a co. At just about the time that these notices were being sent president Lyon of the i Roar i of Trade appointed directors Winans beam ans and Buckley a committee to investigate rumours that the firm of Mclain Bros. A co. Had been doing a bucket shop business. The firm itself had applied to the directors of the Board to appoint such a committee of investigation in response to rumours that had gained circulation. Charles in Mclain president of Mclain Bros. A co., said of the closing up of the business. A we had lost heavily through recent failures of others on the Board of Trade As Well a by a number of Large customers who have been curried by us Iii the decline in the Market. Our expenses have for some time outrun our profit at a rapid rate. We have transferred All our Trade to messes. Damson Bros. A co., As w Ell As our customers accounts whom vie Are glad to have been Able to protect to too cents on the Dollar. Mars. Lot in son co. Have taken nil our assets including 1� in Al Rivar wire. Bijj i Jujj Oft be furniture and fixtures and Tut a headache meal icon Good will of our or. Mclain added that the firm had lost heavily through the failure of Barnum a. Co. Iowa 51 an 51 a de temporary ii airman of 91 ent Phi a meeting. Memphis trim., Nev i. The of vent Ion of the Western Waterways As-1 striation met today. Delegate from All part of the country Are in attendance. The morning session was devoted to organization. Hon. Lon Bri on. Of Iowa. Was made tem fury chairman. After an address by catching of Mississippi the convention took a recess to allow the Tate delegations to elect members of the various committee. It my painful tit and Inte Ligeti husband Whit battalion in the. His splendid and High cot rag a ave Given him a place among 1 men of the War. And if will Consolation to you to know for his country on the non have in this try yourself and the evil a Ere sympathy of irs. Myself. A William nog town. I., nov. La. A private a from Manila announces the death of major John v. Logan or. Of the City son of the kit general John a. Logan of Illinois. No details Are Given. Or. Logan widow of major Logan. Is completely prostrated Over the death of her husband. Her physicians will not allow her to be seen. A i Union report of i Iff of. London. Not. La. V Manila special say seven my tic aus were killed and fifteen wounded in Wheaton s Daybreak attack this morning on a Linda which was stubbornly defended. After a heavy tire the Roc i vans stormed the works. Seventy dead filipinos were counted in the trenches. His whereab0u1s unknown. First of the leonids. The prelude to the great meteoric Shower. New York. Nov. 14. With a Brilliant swish that lighted no the r quite fifteen seconds the fir to of the leonids announced its arrival a get to it fort Midnight last ii get. Following the first were other of equal i Tensity enough to Inak i play t. Factory to Tho who waited up see it. Ifo Wev r. The meteoric Bower will not appear at its greatest brilliancy until thursday morning aft r Midnight. Nothing known As to the location of Aguinaldo. Manila. Nov. La. The whereabouts of Aguinaldo and his army and Ca it inet is a a perfect Enigma. Genera Otis has Learned that Guinaldo recently issued a proclamation from Fen my the capital to Boa m Bung give a rat on for the step the nary condition of to Ria. It is 0-1 i the leaders of the i Surrec my san it a who Are not already it Boun g Are retreating to that place. Left tar Lac. Whet Ling with to Star a. They were Able to whether the Lead in pc got but v on robbers a and troop a ton s is hoi trial of Molineux. As Bryan sees it. Allege new York poisoner Lase Iii court. New York. No 14 the trial of Roland b. Mouneu. Chaff Al with mar do ring mrs k Ith in i a i on is uniter ask began in the court of ural today the charge is that a bottle of Al a i c but who h in reality i was cyanide of Mercury. A Deathy put is i to Harry Cornish Art St when he h a grudge that Cornish took the Bot. To his boarding place where mrs Adams took a dose of to to relieve headache from the effects of who h she died the work of selecting a jury a Tugal though when the Eyer they Are travel How Many 1 mild together of the general of known. It is hoped. General Wheaton a. A Tion with general in cordon from san Labia general Law ton has to it cml Wheaton 2,7ix�. A control so Many mile to and the main Road insurgents must move East. With the american at the pre ent rate they the an Era Vel thu thi Ila Apt vat Cli Alt ruler Mitjo r my a third i re i i a it Hilf ii i Atta built a a Biff the d Large Are a a i combat re t. The of Rice a a to a i i no Hope of Victory with him Many indication that the nebraskan will have to fight lid in Ltd a Ler to Guin i too no in 1 n at Ion. Cd Tya or. No 14. I by Tim Bra Viii go Slier t for ii the the lit it the d. A a Bathe of a Jacinto. If i of in flu major i nor Ith. Which ii to i h fact eth Egins that will Erat port Ira a the at a can i stat. A certain Ile against or. I ii it rather very much. Think a Deb less Cam a Price to owing even quent lad to believe pc come to the session a tic Effort Utikal demo mute a up of eminent to started. It Nii Uirt will the am n tire an. Tha Cir tie s Habi Buhl or less secret charac Oak room de of the Senate. Of the leaders experience meet Yah a la re d i the p la he ring Nort hat a ii tug i Lofft Retreat. The thirty Howe comma not Ling. And a j of the i i. I tee nth with 1. How it no a comr a in 11 be. To disperse the Iii. The j int re the Vnti a a Cost Road h to it Gat re re i Tik it u Iii a r a an Grove Kne to Trench Are until the them. I filipinos right and sir Petit Sich r Fin Vav to fell Vern s. Lithe filipin reds Tren they maj tied into Galion in the e deep Quot Ter Small Road. Hell their fire Atis were a i use to began firing other fire from thickets Eft. Further away. The in Irp shooter picked off the t. Five of the a men cans wore shoulder straps or cd Fec a crack Mark men knocked inns from the Trees like quiz and the americans rushed the a leaving four dead insurgents then r John leading it a a Clum 1 Cocoa no i he Filip Trees i was the a Mark ten the opened a. 1. Uler fir Banat with Iii in the Center. Maj Riffat and major the skirmish lint Long adva it constant tire. The filipinos ii Good ran main r cronies on Marsh on the. Which was a the left. Mile Nukai keep Jig up a in an unexpectedly it of them remaining tier cover tit l the americans were within Twenty feet of them. Major Mer-1 flanked a Sinai tin cd full of by in tiring uprising them and Rev and of them before to v. Killed Bridge a the fowl v a. 11 tearing to Battle to Convent. The in rear 1 Ai Pam thei tit. Re it re i the Gati my holding entry be 150 f kit Tai gun the. A of list Era it a. In ure ing a b act Mam among Moue a find out just How lid a a gained Dan a a or. I i an easy goes have its initial on the de Roocks where it is the from states to Ings of a More Ter. It is a matter of remark Here and i believe the foundation of it comes from trustworthy source that John in Mclean the Leader of the of a democracy is now satisfied the presence of or. Or Van in the Ohio Cam a pain did in Govil for the ticket in which or. Mclean a interested. In fact it i said or. Mel. An among the other cause of distress of which he so be in a Semi official Way the other Day is distressed at the prospects of a certain defeat for the Deni j of rat in party next year under the banners of the Man from Nebraska. Senator Daniel of Virginia is another who feels the same Way and senator Morgan of Alabama w to recently an pounced that his party had nothing left to do but to go i awk to free Al Vrr is unusually had in All his Prog noetic at i it is. In Virginia especially the anti-Bry-1 an feeling born of despair appears to Etc growing quite rapidly. Foe met governor Cameron of that state is quoted in exp ions w hich scarcely conform with that Stripe of demo racy which or. Bryan stands for. Ami a Day or two ago the Richmond times Organ of the old Dominion democracy most feeling a expressed the desires of the party in that state to get Bach tools Tim principles hard Money and \pan6ion. The ear Only example ctr the outcroppings of unrest now up Parent in the South Anil East. Ami or. Bryan will do Well to remember that if the South an a cast should happen to Combine against him it would take a go a it gtd Deal More than the state of Nebraska Anil a speech to save the Lay. Before the War shall be Over it is not at All Likely that or. Bryan will find it to a to conic Down to Washington Anil labor with some of the democratic Brethren of the Senate. From the columns of the Washington Post we clip the following interesting paragraph a what does it profit us if or. Bryan gains his own state of Nebraska and loses the electoral vote of Maryland Ami Kentucky to said judge f. L. Davidson of Corgi at the Ebitt House. A i know Rhou Aiem men Bourbon dermis self. Who arc getting r Gards colonel Bryan. W t red of his at dude As a 1 t. Dug it the f dilate. Retting of Cho seems Bryan s Chicago bar Iller it it Vav hic the 1 adva you id to it Mph plate devise time that Ning. Be i11 see to cast might is instead be i re in to w nor rat i hit a 1 is to r about a Atli i to any states Agen it i that it a a e p show s of South to like or rive a re Are getting chronic Cannat Vve Are the the idea Hose defeat v the it the Etc or Offir 1 i wifi if 11 in o. To Etc racy. How ire he will Potomac to id any Man night Nom la Iii will will nor a Bryan by of these is on and to could in Are ult it a dilate of win ring to one fore h i Mary the fragments Choice Spe Cirieca fetch be jiving near by ing Sio. The Beers Are Tippa Routly a a shelling at thi extreme Range of their or. A yesterday s attempt vans Lud it ions. The w Eather is splendid bombardment continued briskly a november v no Casita 1-. It. Hells Are of very inferior a a Aln Hun seemingly tired by Ama Nell Hobart m it the Boers have been firing Beata Well. Paterson. N. J. Nov. 14 a be Presl sent Hobart had a fairly Good night s last right today he partook of a Light breakfast lie Slep most of the morning. Nebraska ii 8 comment on land election result. F Baltimore nov. 15.�?the executive committee of the Maryland democratic Silver Absen tation Bas made Public the following reply to their congratulatory Telegram to . Bryan Quot i am greatly obliged to you for congratulations sent through your executive committee. The fight in be Bra a was made on National issues k of l Assembly. Boston mass nov. 14.�?the thirty first general Assembly of the Kolh of labor. United sates and Canada opened today. The Forenoon was devoted to addresses of Welcome and responses. The business session began this afternoon. Big Liverpool fire. Liverpool. Nov la a fire it Vod three to la Ber Yards and a Quantity of to Tings tor troop ships the less is a the f. A Quot i a a a a Quot fortnight and it i impossible for re Reb to establish another capital it Luz ii which cannot by captured within a month. Str Ariael i he rein. The rapid approach of the arrs i cans was a Complete surpri1- to the . As the latter expected them to move slowly As they did fro Manila to Angeles. The filipino thought it impossible for the americans to make headway in the my i which prevailed everywhere Aud the Udden invasion astounds the native along the line of general Young March who cd Ben told that the american were confined to the my Urb of Manila. The rna Jorvey of the of to port Nome to Aguinal i. In i i in Evseff the the line intr to and Young pan. 1 the r they pase when Aguinaldo rear. J ran Fabian going night 3go. In by ii it i them Fil by had general Pretl on it a p a fort i new York. Nos tie committee in Teru Ticu of malt or test11 cd a a i lit St of i tin14.�?before the rest gating the 1 Gen. We. E. Dye . A 5finister of War to the Bing a of kit a Rea. . If a Ger a Wulliam Mee Lye. In of War to Hie King of Korea Ana sex chief of poll a la Washington t c d1�?od Here nigh of diarrhoea general Dye w is born or Issi. He served in the United states Anne in various positions until sep err Ber 30. When he a was honorable discharged and went to at a Ion la in j lifts he Wen to Korea to become Mintry i Aid and minister of the War to the King of Korea 1 when the russians came in to Power or. Korea general Dye Mill Ary service ended but he earn a Iga Gei a in other Hubli. Work until May 5 when j he Eft for they it Untrif
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