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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 29, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota. Wednesday. November Rihm. Num Behim Gen. Methuen gras pan fight r die hoisting of the White Flag by j Iii i its ii officer implying thai ii in i it lion in sight and us thai Iii on nose the British Soldier refused fun see it anti a i on firing. British infantry carried Ridge after Ridge in face of a terrible fire. To their loss was very heavy two Hundred men in la in Battle Many of them being killed a take Large number of prisoners. For use in South Africa. I Ive Iii. My Cit a111 o Cie n n Horne Quot be shipped front new York. New York nov. 2s. Consignment 01 of horses arrived in Jersey City Lover the Erie Railroad from the West i his morning. F. Hugo Skead. Of ape i own South Africa. Bought the horse Sand was in charge of their shipment across the country. Skead refused to j talk about the of the horses i but if is understood they were Bough for the British Arni in Africa. It is said the animal will be used Iii the cavalry Branch of the army. The horses will lie shipped from Jersey City to a ape town. Rolled for three Days in a typhoon transport Manau Enz narrowly escapes disaster on the Way to Manilla. Vessel a Rotten olo Hulk London. Nov. 29. A dispatch from Orange River dated the 27th. Says the British anus have achieved a Brilliant Victory. The enemy strongly entrenched hold a Range of Hills commanding both sides of the railway at Kooi Laate near urns Dan. The Lancashire a under Lewis were recon loitering in an armoured train on Friday. The Boers shelled tin train killing Lewis and a private. General Methuen then advanced. I his column made a Detour and bivouacked for the night on Swanks pan three Miles from tile Boer position. At Dawn the Advance began the Guills forming the Reserve. The column de Boue Heil on the Plain eastward of the Boer Kopje. The Boers guns opened fire. Two batteries of British artillery posted on each Side. Shelled the Boers practice being Good on both sides. The Boers stuck tenaciously to their position tiring steadily and accurately. The firing which constantly became hotter lasted three hours. The Boers wounded three men of the naval brigade. Finding it impossible to displace the Boers by artillery general Methuen resolved on an infantry attack. A brigade of infantry including the Yorkshire the Northampton-., the Northumberland and the Lancashire with the naval brigade on the right gallantly stormed the Boer positions in the face of a withering fire. And carried Hill after Hill. The brigade under colonel Money captured the main position against a terrific fire but suffered severely. The commandant Rossik led the Boer forces. Many of the Boers voluntarily surrendered. The Boers were shelled during the final Retreat and must have lost heavily. But they succeeded in getting Awat northward with their six g ins. The British were badly in need of More cavalry. The bulk of the fighting was on a free state territory and tin engagement was admirably planned. Thirty Boer wounded Are under treatment Here. Loudon. Nov. 2->. V i i it it it it received from Buller give a list of casualties among the troops in go gel i in what has hitherto la Een known As the Battle of Liras Dun. But which is now officially designated As the Battle of Enslin. It proves to be a Uccles Hen ii bought. The looses announced today added to the naval brigade i a Mia i ties reported make the grand total of is. The Yorkshire apparently Lane w ii ii the naval brigade the Brunt of the tight a. A there were in addition to three Otti j cers. Forty eight of the rank and tile that were killed wounded and missing. Apparently the government is Uio no kit Liz Iii the single Cable working to it Outh Africa As up to 2 o clock tin afternoon no new. Front the at of War had been made Public with tin a wept Ion of Butler Dis Pat lies. I ibis particularly tantalizing at the present crucial moment. While la latest news is of a fairly reassuring character from a British View fint. Much of it is assumed to be True on instill c j sent evidence for instance. Hie reported rapture of Honey nest Kloof. Of which there is no confirmation. While stories of the rapid it firemen of the Boers in Natal must be received with caution. The fact appears to be that the British scouts have lost touch of the burghers. Portions of whose Force while withdrawing out of reach of observers. May. It is claimed make a Detour with the Cheet of interrupting tin British line of communication. Sharp fighting Max be expected at any time on the Southern Frontier. It is possible general Gatacre a first Battle will lie in the rough passes of the Storius Borg mountains. Strikers badly beaten. Clubbed and honed by non Union sewer Yolk a Iii Chicago. Chicago. Nov. 29. A riot occurred last evening at the intersection of Indiana Avenue and thirty ninth streets w Here for some weeks there has been to strike on the Large intercepting sewer being constructed by the City. There have been numerous fights Between the strikes who Are the Union men and the men who have taken their places the latter being for the most party coloured men. The strikers i have beaten several of the co i Ore i men badly but last night the tables were j Turtle the strikers were beaten j clubbed Anil driven out of the neighbourhood. Injured William tuck a striker Cut about the head by an Iron bar May die John of Connor officer toe Cut off by a Bullet. Officer William Cox. Had severely Cut by a razor. Joseph Lettish. Striker severe Scalp wound. Willis Black coloured concussion of right shoulder. George Casper. Coloured. Lace smashed xxx till Lirie. Henry Allen coloured Bullet Cheek. Eugene Washington coloured shot wound in left foot. Unknown striker gunshot wound Iii right Cheek. Over i to men were engaged in the Battie. Joist night when the coloured men left their work trouble with the strikers started As usual. The negroes made a determined onslaught upon the Union men and clubs Iron bars stones razors and revolvers were All brought into use. All the windows in a drug fore on the Corner were mashed by bullets. \ riot Call was Cut in and two patrol wagons to i in i with officers were sent of the scene. They arrested Twena eight coloured men. Tile office Cli Anil soldiers on Board kept Busy bailing w Ith buckets for twelve Days. Manila. Nov. 29.the trans it Ori Manau Enz with lieutenant colonel Webb Hayes and three companies of tin thirty fifth infantry on Board has arrived Here. She narrowly escaped disaster. The officers and soldiers were for twelve Days bailing with buckets. Tin Steamer was a seaworthy undermanned and Short of provision. Her engine broke Down and rolled three Days in a typhoon. When the Manau Enz anchored at Manila Bay yesterday morning thirty three Days from san Francisco there were several feet of water in her hold and too Grimy Greasy hungry exhausted Soldier and been passing bucket november it night assistant engined in gun remainder of the countered heavy without Accident. After starting it undermanned and detailed a firemen waiters and to doll. Ret i inc it a and in Honolulu til a t Repine wins 48 hour race. Champion Miller Cornel in third in Kansan City contest. Kansas it Ity nov. 2-. Ben Repine. Of Nashville vim., won the Tabour bicycle rate thur began in convention Hall on tuesday afternoon of last week and in winning Tjie race a Tahl shed a new record for forty eight hours. The distance covered kill Miles is ? 7-u> Miles More than the previous record for a Simitar contest. Charles w. Miller of Chicago the heretofore unbeaten Champion of a Durance races made a determined Effort to maintain ids supremacy Blit a series of accidents on la track a punctured lire. A broken Crank and another mishap caused him to lose ground that lie coulis not a Rover from Repine and a dins. Who r de without slip or mishap. Julius Tiuis lied second to Kepi be. A Lap Ite Hind Anil Miller to a j i hed u Lap behind the swede. Young in Law son of Chicago the i year old boy. Who Rode for forty hour with the leaders withered under the hot Pace of the last Day and finished in hips Lichi of the Leader. Boston a a flying Frank Waller was a bad fifth finishing three Spiar Tei of a mile behind Repine. Six others of the eleven starters Bai dropped out earlier in the race. Repine will realize $4on in is Vela special prizes for this weeks work Julius gets $2it� Miller. $150 Lawson. Al had Ilion re it of water is were d there i Low found developed soldiers had to be. Coal passers and other work. Before reaching Honolulu the Crew concluded the ship was not Safe and the majority agreed to desert her. Though they were closely watched Many of the Crew succeeded in getting away. And the Manau Enz left Honolulu with less than half her Crew. The Captain of the transport on november 17 told colonel Hayes that the pc Prang a leak. Abd an Ime Siig. Listed in finding several feet in her hold. The steam pump tried. Lait failed to it work am was no hand pumps on Bourd. Ever. Forty six buckets were others were improvised and the Soldier to employed in working the hip were organized into five shifts. Ami tripped and forming lines the began bailing the officers working with the men. Kissing the buckets Vav High Vivete ent up to the deck by a Windlass. The longest time is shift could stand was two hours and often the period was not longer than half tin hour l Ite nailing continued the hip anchored Here. The ame Day that the leak a covered the machinery collapsed the electric lighting Plant and eating distilling and refrigerating apparatus failed to work. There were no lamp and the few candles found were exhausted after a few Days. During the list w Elk of the a Sage the until Desand ipod Sloo Wallet. Niederhoffer. $7,�?T Lin Fehler >7.1. And $25. The final Core Miles laps. 5�s1 a<>1 3ltd. See la the finish Repine a carried the track on the shoulders of humanity of the Boers. British correspondent praises their conduct at Nicholson Nek. London nov. 2. J. W. Steeve. The daily mail War correspondent in a mail letter describing Nicholson Nek bears eloquent testimony to tic humanity of the Boers. He writes. A the Boers had their revenge for Dundee and Eland Slaatte. They took it in full measure in kindness. As Atkins had tended their wounds and Suc cored their prisoner there. They tended and Suc cored him her., Tine commandant wished to wounded prisoners to Pretoria he of leis w or. To a re prudent. More humane Ami Doc them Baek to Ladysmith the men the water out tint i ie.-. They gave the i Anker off to Cir addles themselves on la naked pc Repine Julius Miller la arson Waller v f Ter around his trainers and friends. Vii the rider finished in Good condition with the sick exception of Young Lawson. Hose face was badly drawn and who appeared Weli night exhausted. Priests return from Europe. Put a re at end t he but As Well Ait d to end they Gate of their own wounded the my dept it. They an Ere Hin t of . They \ armed with Martini vet the rapt cd must for to ? and Caplin d Lee met Lints \ malt was Rill Bing i to i. Heed with a Noli 1 a Ofsei. D to take a s.,-me of them asked the Tai tin ii t . To to i erne a tors of tin d to. A if a mitc in of replied it cry. Captor did no More. Fat bust anti Cally welcomed la ers Rille. Dubuque in. Nov. A is. Revs. Father Deer of Dyersville and Forkenbrock new Hampton who arrived Home yesterday from an extensive a oui through Euron and the holy land Ieese veil ii grand ovation of Dyersville. The entire population turned out with a bras in and. Horns whistles. 1mii-. Etc. They were escorted to . Josephus Church where a big reception a. Given. Both arms torn off. Were Iii Titiev ii a v. I lion Pitula j ii for Ahot j of n Ore hid farm hand gets caught Iii a urn shredder and is badly i no ared. Muscatine. In. Nov. 2. Frank Weiser ii farm hand was caught Iii a Corn shredder thi morning and both arms were torn off above flip cd Kiva. La was feeding the machine umps were amputated and in Cut v r i i i will re g die to Manau Enz a in litter darkness at night. She had 1hcii rolling Iii heavy a All the Way. But november 22 he encountered it typhoon and pitched and tossed alarmingly. The Pekin Berain separated from the Manau Enz in the storm. The water Rose rapidly and tin bailing Force was doubled. But the buckets were gradually smashed and Zwir i is and la get it were substituted for them. The men working in Darkne a planks and pieces of Iron shafting being violently washed among them. The firemen could Only feed the tire by being lift Tim ii the shoulders of the other men through water Waist deep. The typhoon lasted two Days and a half and in the midst of it the engines stopped. The officers then held a Council and found that there were 420 Piersons on Board with life boat accommodations for 21 j. In the meantime the men below ignorant of their extreme peril were passing baskets and singing a a what the in i do we while the ship rolled helpless on the Ocean with hatches Clos <1. The heat w to a intense until the typhoon missed Ami then the Dekin which hat retraced her co about seventy Miles came alongside Hie Manau Enz. Which was rolling of heavily that the soldiers in the hold could at each Roll see the Dekin through the hatches overhead. Lionel dam De tit. Command r of the thirty first Volunteer regiment. Ordered the Manau Enz to proceed to Quarn and await Relief but the Captain of the Manau Enz demurred the officials a because the government was renting Hie hip it per Day. Through the req unset of Hie voyage i he fit a i a it i ? failed frequently air Roll for ii few to. It wet a repaired i of Wilk proceed again the meat Aud Cut cause of the failure the boilers and there was Little or none for drinking. In fact it is Asci Ted that during Hie last we k of the voyage the men lived almost entirely on whisky and Beer and hard tuck. The officer. And Soldier. Were utter in exhausted when they reached Manila. They declare the Engineer were grossly incompetent. The officers also say that the lie Havior of the troops was beyond Praise. For Days i they worked in the dark suffocating hold with water sometimes up to their shoulders and planks Washin Elxnit in a manner dangerous to life j and limb. The officers took the Lead j in bailing and encouraged the men. The Captain of the ship promised the men 25 cents a Day for bailing but ii now proposes to pay them in All $1.90 each. The soldiers talk of at Jaehing the ship. The regiment will proceed to Zamboanga on the Dekin to Garrison several ports on the Island of Mindanao. Another swindling concern collapses his a White a bureaus depositors a defrauded out of something Over $200,000. Money and managers vanish that h Dent an ten i injury sustained Durn Manila Lay Iii which had charge of the Atli anti was one of Dewey remained in duty i hours continuously in Mir. He overeat Ima the b 6en. Leonard Wood arrives from Cuba Santiago governor sgt she docs not know Why he has been Ca led to Washington. Concern operated on tout ill same Blan a lie Franklin of Hie latter in Mexico. Sailors who had it of water since and Day. First Dun Lea Vav was under arrest and according to colonel Webb Hayes report the Engineer would have been under arrest if there had Ken anyone to replace him. The colonels report Al of declares that the Captain of the vessel told him that the Only thing which brought them through was the fat that the men were Greenhorn and failed to realize their danger while experienced seamen would have deserted the ship and taken to the boats in mid Ocean. The Manau Enz is a chartered ship flying the British Flag. So belongs to a firm of Vav High a. In Perkins of san Francisco is alleged to be a Junior member. The officer say the firm in it Ugilt Lier fir $45,000, and they claim efforts were made to sell her to the government flt a $l5n, she tarted from san Francisco accompanied by the transport Pekin which carried the the Case of or. Roberts. No plan has y it been decided on in Begar to Xci Ummi. New y Ork nov. 2v a special to the Tribune from Washington says no plans have yet Imen matured for the exclusion of Brigham ii. Roberts from membership in the House of representatives. Roberta credentials Are regular in form and he is As my h to be sworn in As a member As any other representative elect who May present himself at the bar of the House next monday. His right to take part in the election of speaker will not be quest toned by the clerk arum it is doubtful precedents can be found to sos speaker thereafter in refusing to later the customary oath. The made in dealing with new York nov. 2.�? the Herald this rimming says a White Bureau. Sometimes known As a Charlesll. Whites a a get Rich Quick concern located in the Cotton Exchange building Van ,1 Lav. Ii former i tue Are if any stain the it admitted events delegates conceded Lite Tveith from the territory not to apply to the full fledged representative whom Utah As a state now sends to Congress. Boti democratic and Republican leaders tire seeking some method of dealing with the Roberts Case which will take it wholly out of partisan politics. Undoubtedly the fairest and most satisfactory procedure would be to acknowledge the legality of the Utah members Prima Facie credentials and Lori Fer hts disputed qualifications As the Constitution provides to the subsequent judgment of the House. A Resolution to expel him on the ground of his polygamous relations would require a two thirds vote and in securing that majority the cooperation of the two parties in the House would be More convincingly demonstrated that in any irregular Effort to juggle him out of his eligibility on a Point of order requiring Only a majority vote. It is Felt both More experienced managers on both sides that the Issue rats i by or. Robert election to be met effectively should be my in a deliberate dignified and altogether regular Way. A or transport Victoria forced to return troop ship arrives at seat e with a cargo of doing horses and mules. I shed with it managers on j <11x1 it is estimated the credulous Jef Tesitor Are out of pocket More t �?�f2txi.ooo. Whites Bureau Vas in in reselect similar to the Franklin dilate operated by William k. Mil it Vas operated by two Young i who went Nuder the name of Hyman by of them gave the name of a. Ii Hyman and he i understood to hav it i i ii the a. La. White Quot who the concern purported to be. The a Ubu Reaux began business in the i Art of september. It sublet rooms from another tenant on fir to floor. The office Are very Hun sen Lely furnished and Ore partition off in Small mins. Many typewriter were employed and when the by Ness a is first established sin i Mons Quantity of letters anti Eirnel. Was sent Forth. The firm insert advertisements in new it a a ers allot the country promising that Whit Bur in would make Money for Ai Boily w to would end his Cash on new y Ork. The Bureau was open usual saturday. During the time was often on sunday the two to w to Are understood to have managers of the business entered the offices Tore up a in at Quantity of papers. Emerged with three huge bundles Ami disappeared. The office furniture is intact but no records or Money Vas left. Miller probably Iii Mexico. Kansas City nov. 2-. Billian i. Miller the new York promoter of the Franklin Syndicate for whom hundreds of detectives All Over tile country Are on the Lookout i reported to have passed through Kansas City last saturday in route to Vera Cruz. My. Paul j. Maas a Chicago new paper Man who is visiting friends in this City is quoted As having Cen and talked to Miller on an incoming m to ple Leaf train. Miller apparently look the first train Southwest. No further Trace of Tim has been secured. To it the fifty five thrown overboard storm Fuco sintered off Cape Fiat tory nil animals were literally pounded to death a outliers by ill die. The Hilt to. Manau Enz Kip would in i Nill the Steamer for a Tew hour table of Lei in of the Refrigeri Seattle. Nor it. With a cargo of dying horses and mules Ami fifty five empty stalls the United states trans tort Victoria returned to port late last nip lit. She was forced by an in precede it it stress of weather off ape flattery to turn Back from her voyage to the Philippines. Of the 410 hours and mules carried by the Victoria. Taken on Board november 2d. Fifty five were literally pounded to death against the Side of their Tallin the storm and the remaining animal Are badly Bruise that the official of the a to sol believe that Many cannot he saved. The Victoria sailed for the philippine november 23. As the traits were neared a High and Dang roil a was encountered and the ship it. Lit and rolled heavily shipping seas fore and aft. The stress of weather increase As the Victoria advanced toward the 0>en Ocean. On the morning of november 24 the vessel was inst outside the Straits with her head to the wind. At 4 o clock she was tossing on a Crest of Waves descried in the log As Mountain High and a Strong Gale blew thick Voith a blinding Mit. The transport la bored heavily during the night and Early next morning steamed away to the via -1, let it let Egan to Roll of dangerously that her head was again brought around to the wind. This Day was a repetition of the preceding one with the addition of terrific quails. The rolling and pitching of the ship now began to have it effect upon the aug Mals confined in their stalls. They had Lien pounded from Side to Side until they were in a state of exhaustion. Several died during the in ight and next morning Tim the constant attention of veterinary surgeon Payne and Stock hands seemed powerless to save them. Under such circumstances it was deemed in get. After consultation Between upturn Michaels and his of fact is. To return to Seattle. During the trip in Verai it in ii it re died bringing the number up to fifty five. The bodies of the Anima were weighted Aud thrown Overman. Purser Lockwood Vav a Cen today and Aid that during thirty six voyages he made Aero the Pacific he had it Var seer such a stress of weather As encountered by the Victoria. I he furthest Point Rem lied a 2"i Mil West of the Cape. While the storm a at it height Hie Oil bag to re entire v emptied Ami everything Vas done to a the Moti it to of the hip. A it from the loss of animal ult a other dam age Vias dont. The Victoria behaving pit tiddly eight d Vej at sea. Tile transport Sherman big Ibi subtler Home san Francisco nov. It. The unit states transport Sherman a arrived Twenty five Day from a Iii la. There were i Cabin passengers anti 194 discharged and sick men on Board. Of the sick eight flied on the voyage a follow Walter ii. .1 the the. Twelfth Infa Norv. Peter Dougherty. Thirteenth in Faut re. William a i is i. A. Ii \ ii i. Est Lan Len. Joseph Quinn. William n. I Kil wart. John Burnes. The Bodie of Tho a who Ilij on til voyage were dared in sealed caskets and brought to this City. Idle bodies of five Soldier who died in the to Pital at Nagasaki were also brought Over. Their names Are As follows Leslie to Waterman. Fir a North Dakota regiment. He Hari ii. Ralph. Utah Battery. Thomas Olson. Wyoming artillery. F. W Tuc Keil Twenty third infantry. Alen Lundstrom. Third artillery. Hero widow in need. S0 in my the Stet is writes a Luios noted Wuh divine dead. Columbo of. Nov. 2a.--Rev. H. Ii t. Howell the noted we us divine Ami t tors and Wert thrown overboard after writer in Church topics died Dav a of Tejw a by illness. W b Mots i Rufi i cd Tigon. New 2>. I it of Boud bore be the �toro3 the wat a supplied to the of clip at Honolulu bad to be used for a Moi ii gov eminent the soc Retar . A Ira a d Miler the re eat of the ire to re total Ute offer of full a tar of Captain Gridley compelled to take Boarder. Eri. A. Nov. 2-. With in daughter ill. Another engage i in kindergarten work and her Only son striving to emulate i fathers career through Admi Srou to the Navy mrs. Gridley takes boarders in her fathers Node of Home. Against these Adverse conditions the Willow of one of Dewey a officers in the Battle of Manila buy i niggling for a livelihood far hers of and her children. All Erie now know though the country at Large Doe it not. The Story of mrs. Harriet Gridley the body f w Hose husband Captain Barie v. Gridley lies buried in the Bluff in Lakeside cemetery overlooking Lake Erie. Adversity overtook his family when the Captain of Admiral Dewey flagship died on his Way Home from the Philippines Ami Congress although a year hapa de. Has done nothing for their Relief. Sad find discouraged though not ungrateful. Mrs. Gridley a and her Graal the Home of her father the former judge j. P. Vincent in thi City. With Sci cot he has thrown the House n t i i Cartier to whose Comfort the herself in the Hope of no Over her adversity la a father. Lough years old. Continues to ctr be in Vav. Lier Eldr to daughter katrina Gridley seek to relieve i.�. A through her Onsager daughter. M who has a Good voice. In a. A his Aith Prat m is her Van re rut i com a Elied to a Audon her a Ruusie i a Mise of Iii health. Her Only on. John 1 p. V. Gridley to yeast old acred Ai % d ii the Battle. Ii during the pc Kobe. Japan although cd was directly it tamed in the to t a ii Gres. They Vav a Bill month the Las it vote. Repro but git la currency ref or i measure. Outline of the Bill framed b a Bell it by Tea it caucus committee. Province in Good shape there i. No destitution at to tent a has great i Ait to in the t ill i. Re of i Fiat be Tion. New York. Nov. 3$. General Wood. Governor general of the province of Santiago de 4 Nim. Was a passenger on a the transport Mcpherson which arrived from Santiago Imlay. General i Wood said a i have no knowledge of the in Ness for which i have oven called to Washington beyond an order to report. Before i left we Beard the news of the death of the vice president Aud j flags were half masted on ail Public buildings. His loss i great a he a a Strong Man in the administration. His death was heard with profound regret at Santiago. A the condition of a Tion to Public affairs i daily. We Emp Luv Man Igo in remit Toro i la 2 Een a Hents the Sii keratin try la re a hives. At last Anil the draw matter drop. In done until kept postponing through the French John Shampine Coni no longer anti let i nothing further Hai recently when Louis Hon Pim. A n of John shorn it Ine Tim a the matter tip in another War. Louis Shampine is an old Soldier who lives seven Miles Southeast of re ill lie has considerable land anti other property but still he believes be eau use tile $l�,.00,0>io to advantage he seeks to Estabil a his claims through the records of the Catholic Church and a a priest or two looking the matter up. Of this fails a intend. To go Over of France himself during the Paris exposition. A mud ton of ii v bunted. I Terre. S. A. Nov. Boy burning Thistle burned 20b tons of Hay far William schemer on his ranch six Miles East of Here. It is a heavy loss and hard to replace this late in the poor Goose Hunting. Pierre. S. A. Noir. 2-.-goo Hun ers out from this City Are meet ii parties who have come own the re state that it is from the fact that to f of tic have not got this far oath a a i he River i yet open a Long Way Abo Bismarck and the Biall along the River d Beau. But from the Cees Are to be see to about l Nuth but fit will Tais a. Arrish it a i. Is Deadwood 5. A a up period after place this Hopes for r a a Ai Hank to i i Niimi la to \ i of. I i in. In Villi Vitti i of a i my i s.,.jr,. S i i i i in. Rev ii to. S. I nov. 2-. General Joseph Henry i Bevelled died in France about seventy years ago Ami left a Fortune of $t5,5o0.uoo. There was no heir to receive the Money and it went to the government. Antoine i lovelier. The Gene ii of l. Ort. Had co be to Canada some years ago. Ami Purchase a Large tract of land which he afterwards for. Ii Rig a proud Man. He refuse to return to France or receive help from his father. For that reason the general left in heir. Antoine daughter married a Man name John Shampine and the couple bed in the state of new y Ork. John Shampine. Upon learning of the Fortune employed a Montreal lawyer to secure the Money. No contract was made with this lawyer and he Drew frequently and heavily on the Shampine urn on pub Etc. I he contented. To excepting storms Aud washed the i in Man v too i have development of Santiago Lilly Rich de Zinc ores o the a proceed to Bio Farewell to England i. Erin an emperor and pm Grin Ile turn to it Lite or Ria my. London. Not 2,�? the emperor an. A ii pres of Germany left Samir Ogham tin morning arum . Train at Wolf Erton for purr Victoria at to of clock. The Prince Ami princes of Wales the Duke and Doc hex of York. The Duke of Cambridge an other member i f the Royal family preceded their majesties to the rat re had station the ate pro Ziehe to which were lined of crowds of people assembled from the surrounding country. A Strong Force of constabulary guarded the mute. The emperor Aud Empress affectionately Baile Farewell to the Prince and Prim Ess of male in the waiting room of the station. The prime of Wales conducted the Empress to the Royal t d the lows of the. After their train the or stood at tin pealing the braced the the train n y Ork Accolti Titi Al i person platform acred the of w it a i t Fie cart rage re veils. I hey pm and Empress and of. The Duke of their a Lentic to port v Ictoria where Thev boarded the Imperial yacht ii ohm to i Tern. Port Victoria nov. 2 the emperor Ami Empress of Germany arrived Here at i a a. L Ite Duke of York escorted the Empress on the Hohenzollern followed by the emperor and his suite. The Crew of the Imperial yacht manned the ship and a muted the Royal Standard a it a hoisted at the main i Here Wax no military or naval guard of Honor Al the emperor request out the ships in the Harbor or dressed Voith Flag their Ina i Aud the d pc of Yora lunched on but Ard the . The German Prince arrive Here later. The Hohenzollern sailed in the morning for i it Rig. Where the Imper. Party will be welcomed by q teen Vii Helm Ilia and her Mother the dutch fore go to note members of the German legation Ai t naval auth rifles. His majesty w a a i i it itry a warships at Flushing. Silver republicans meet. A no real i a j?. Rue j National conference ii being held in it a Prygo. I ago. Nov. 2$.�?-the executive committee of the in Mal Silver re. Publican tarty met at the auditorium this afternoon to discuss plans for the next president Tai Campaign. Though no official statement was made by chairman Barie a. Towns the sentiment of the member of the committee apparently Favores. Holding a National convention a by Ai Multan a sly with the National democratic convention and inter Emu by the aver Republican no Nee a it a that convention providing the Silver of the convention of let to it t adopted. Kansan Uitz to. Nov. 2>. Or f in Lawrence of Eldorado. A. Who to in favor of the Silver Republican holding a National convention of their own next year an putting a presidential ticket in the Field left for Hiag a last gift to a a it ii the ii it it of the exec tit committee of the Iver Republican. He is armed with authority from the commercial club and other local organization. To a or Nuu it men to hold the conv coition in Kan the Molineux Case. Jurj in the i Neon poisoning t a not yet sect. Red new York nov the ninth juror in to hts mod., a x a a a Aas elected a a it a in the person of or Der Lek but a he is a me of the broker age Ai to -. A a a. Re i i vat it bar or a. Co
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