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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 2, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota. Monday october 2.1899. Num Bek 49 Dewey not to visit the West at present As Well pleased with the reception Given him and the committee. When asked if he thought that Admiral Deuce would go to Chicago he looked surprised and said a go of Couse he will. Did t he say he would go some time that is All we care for to get his Promise to go whenever he the corridors of the Waldorf Astoria were thronged with people All Day anxious to get even a glimpse of till great Admiral. Early in the morning a they began to come in and were com worn out by Gotham s Welcome Dewey. Ile was not Down in the Corri Admiral will go Home to Vermont after his reception in Washington 6rantz Gold strike is growing Richer Black Hills discovery May prove to be the greatest min in the world. Nickel found in Deadwood spoilt sunday quietly Pew callers being permitted to see him May visit Chicago at some future Date. New and the so prominently in Ira i Dewey York. Oct. Receptions 2.�?the functions which have figures in the daily life and since his arrival off Sandy Hook last tuesday morning have proven almost too much for his strength. The Admiral has been under such a perpetual physical and nervous Strain that he is now almost exhausted. Saturday s ceremonies were the most taxing on his strength of and that he he has yet to undergo Ami he appeared sunday looking Pale and worn. Despite the fact that he retired Early saturday evening and enjoyed a Good night s rest the Admiral sunday was too fatigued to do More than rein tin in this room the greater part of the time and rest quietly. At to o clock Admiral Dewey had an engagement to Mee the Chicago Dewey committee and before he came Down sent a message to mayor Carter Harrison requesting that he be not expected to shake hands with the committee. The Admiral explained this req in St by saying that he Hail had so much handshaking saturday that his hand pained him severely. Admiral Dewey Rose Early and after breakfast he sent for his private physician or. Percy who was closeted with him for a few minutes. Admiral Dewey later called on the members of his family and i ablative and chatted with them for fully an hour. Ile received mayor Vail Wyck at 9 o clock. Mayor Yan Wyck acted As the escort of the Admiral throughout the Day. And was the Only representative of the City for its Gallant guest. There were Many caller. At tin Waldorf who wished to Send cards to Admiral Dewey but few were permitted to do so. The Admiral s fatigue being Given As the reason. At 9 50 the Chicago committee with mayor Carter Harrison railed at the hotel and were shown to the big Ball room on the Waldorf Side. Promptly at to of clock Admiral Dewey came into the room. He wore a Civ with a frock coat and Drak and carried no hat. The inst. Poured there was a burst of he saluted and said a Good morning Admiral Dewey met mayor Harrison Sis he advanced with a cordial greeting. Mayor a Lorrison said a had Marl Dewey i appreciate your dislike for set speeches Ami have therefore none to make. I Only want to say that i thank you in behalf of the Chicago committee for tile Honor done us by your receiving us Here this morning. It is an Honor second to none in the land arid now i wish to extend to you. On behalf of the City of hic ago. An in v station to come to our cite. We wish you to come to tis whenever you May see fit. We make no Spe Itan suit. Trousers int he a applause. Cihy liar pre the new abit we we i be glad to october 9, when a to ire present at tier Stone of our i we May not ire _ to us elaborate a Celebration and As a perfect a ceremony As was yesterdays we can and do Promise an equal degree of enthusiasm. If you cannot come to us now then consider the invitation to standing one and come at your own pleasure. I time i you with us of Dent Mckinley flying of the co Post office w Iii perhaps to i now hand you the formal invitation of the Admiral Dewey received the invitation that mayor Harrison extended to him. He held the invitation in Ham Ami turning the pages said a emr. Mayor and Iii Emlres of flu committee the Honor is mine. I consider it a great Honor to lie wanted on by such a delegation As this and i consider it a greater Honor that the invitation is put in such a Nice Way allowing me to set my own time to visit your City. I w ish i could go to your City tomorrow hut that is in jew Ible. As you know i Ain soon due Iii in Hing ton. Then i must go to Vermont. I must have some rest and i have not been there for years. It is my great regret that i cannot go at once to your City. I wish so much i could be there. I have a great regard for Chicago it is a great City and during the last year some of the grandest letters i have Ever received came from Chicago. A i thank you or. Mayor and i thank you As Admiral Dewey concluded there was a moments pause. Each of the two principals seemed to hesitate. At that instant some one in front of tin trowel stepped Forward to shake hands with the Admiral. Mayor Harrison quickly interposed himself Between the Admiral Ami the enthusiastic Westerner saying Aslo placed his hand on the Many a shoulder a a done to do that please done task Admiral Dewey to shake hands this the Man stepped bark into the crowd. Admiral Dewey seemed much embarrassed by the incident and he first l Iii out i hand and then withdrew it. May or Yan Wyck then seized the Opportunity thus offered to pre Way and placing his hand under the Elbow of Admiral Dewey sigh Arm. Art i him o r through the door. \ Admiral Dewey was leaving the Jun there was a burst of applause a i he t trn cd and we. D a Salute with ii a i shr Dis a pm Are a behind the heavy curtains. Major hand a i a Jpn sed himself Dors of tile hotel at any time. When lit was escorted to the room to meet the Chicago delegation lie was taken Down a private stairway and returned the same Way. Saturday s Parade. The head of the Parade started from Grants Tomb at 11 15. Led by a platoon of police. Then came major general buries f. Roe. Of the new York militia and staff. Then Sousa a band followed by a battalion of sailors from the Olympia. Next came a Carriage containing Dewey and mayor n an Wyck. In response to the cheers of tin thousands of spectators the Admiral bowed Rig it and left and appeared greatly pleased of the warmth of his reception. Following were three carriages containing Dewey s captains then two carriages abreast containing the personal Tuff of the Admiral. Then came carriages containing rear admirals Sampson and Philip accompanied by City officials. Following came two carriages abreast containing the Junior officers of tile Olympia and after them in the same formation carriages containing the Junior officers of the North Atlantic squad roil. Carriages two abreast Follower containing visiting governors committees and guests. Generals Miles and Merritt and aides followed Iii carriages abreast then came carriages containing rear admirals smiler and Schley. A Long Row of carriages followed containing members of the municipal Assembly distinguished guests and visiting dignitaries. A naval brigade of the North Atlantic Fleet coins posed of sailors and Marine of the new York Indiana. Texas Massachusetts Brooklyn and Lancaster followed in seven imposing battalions. A brigade of the regular army came next with West Coin cadets at the head Ami after them a battalion of engineers and eight battalions of artillery. Then came the militia of various states including those of new York. Pennsylvania. New Jersey. Georgia. Connecticut. Maryland South Carolina North Carolina new Hampshire Ohio. Indiana. Florida. Main and the distr t of Columbia. Then followed eleven command of the different veterans associations of the country. Next came the sons of veterans followed by the Union sex prisoners of War association veterans of the civil War not connected with any organizations and veterans of the Spanish american War with colonel John Jacob Astor his Taff and the Astor Battery. Then followed Camps of volunteers of the Spanish Merican War the Parade terminating with a heterogeneous following of veterans military and quasi military association. Went wild Over Dewey. When the Admiral reached the Parade starting Point it was All the police could do to keep the crowd from overrunning his Carriage. The bands All started up Quot Hail to the until by bands were playing it Bat the air could be heard Only once in awhile for the tremendous cheering. A the Parade got Iii motion be crowds applauded with All their might the 250 men from the Olympia. Flyers for them Wen still resounding Down the Elose packed lines of spectators when a deeper mightier shout arose and was taken up and prolonged in a thunderous wave of sound As Admiral Dewey a Carriage followed his men a behind tin the Admiral taming anti smiling with hared head to tin shouting multitude. It was a memorable event tin Progress of tin Victor of Manila from the Tomb of tin great general of the civil War to the triumphal Arch erected Iii i Honor. The captains of tin ships in the fight at Manila were cheered heartily As thee passed. Sampson was cordially received by the crowd Ami repeatedly cheered. Croker and Depew in a Carriage together were applauded fill along the line. Unite a demonstration in Honor of Schley was made at the starting Point and the cheers for him almost equated those for Dewey. He was kept Busy lifting his hat and bowing acknowledgement. Admiral Philip was another a verite. Dewey arrived at tin reviewing stand at Madison Square shortly 1k-forc 2. The enthusiasm and cheers that greeted his appearance were tremendous. A i liable vein opened 1�?Tp by the Detroit and Deadwood oui Patty Metal has never 311 ii cd in die Hills. Phe cup is divided by the handles into j three panels which Are employed for the principal decorations. On the front panel is a portrait in Relief of Admiral Dewey surrounded with a Wreath of Oak leaves. I underneath this j panel upon the band around the foot Are the letters a a a. I i. S. the second panel has chased in half Relief a picture of the Olympia and beneath is a shield with four stars Beto Kening the recipients Grade. On the third panel is an Escutcheon upon which is j engraved the inscription with the j names of the mayor and members of i the municipal Assembly and of tin. General committee. The coat of arms i of the City of Nev York appears below the inscription. About the feet Are u j series of anchors a rope tied in three i knots dolphins seaweed and other nautical devices. 1guirild0 tries his old game once More sends envoys to Otis ask no that a joint commission discuss peace. Refuses to treat with him which or. I Quarter of a n lowing horses or. Haggis an Bunche Del Padr Monde ohs Carlo and the by mis Brm Mel ? xxi red Luna ibis a. By Ila Rebill i. Langdon. Anar flurry in Jai Rte Dom Mari Lee or imported Wiki Fie lug crust Glen Liv a i Donau Ilii Oti dollars have been aeon i will be remove spent the it tired i a i to to a Ormonde or re. By Ormond it i. Whole army corps to go to the care d mares Moonlight Loc. By Hanover in to. Santa Cruz Bessie Only Marion countess a by. . To Sapient. By win i t Henry red it supreme co English is by mar fort have the Otis willing to correspond with Aguinaldo us a general but As head of tile fill Dino government. Stopped Terry Mcgovern xxx uld have a ally Defeated Snyder. Terr Fri. This n in olo campaigners under him general White Aud Walker and a Host of i Odd officer familiar with in a i method of fighting. Deadwood s. I get. 2.�? notwithstanding the prophesies of Many old mining men. Flu Grant strike of Gold Ore in the North Lead mining District has not played out but it is growing Riche than Ever. Ore Worth $40 a Pound has been taken out right along last week. Anti the Hole in the ground from which it has come does not seem to grow much larger. People Are still going there is crowds every Day and the visitors represent the mining Camps of the entire Black Hills. Thus far not a blast has Iteen fired in excavating the Ore. Every bit of it being picked or pried out with bars. The deepest Hole is not Over five feet deep Ami some of the richest or has come from the first foot of a grass several theories have been advanced for the discovery All of which have a Good Many lie Lievers but the theory that the vein is a a a slide from a vertical higher up the Mountain seems to a the More commonly held. There is Little question but that the vein came from a vertical at the Apex of the Mountain and the discovery of the original Mother lode will in watched with the greatest interest. The vein that Otto Grant discovered from j which he is now taking such Rich Ore is wonderful in itself Ami it will yield a big Fortune for the owner but if it leads up to the discovery of a fissure icing or vertical which will go Down to unknown Depths vertically it will undoubtedly become the richest mine in the world. The remarkable thing about the character of the Ore is the gnat variety. Nearly All of the Ore contains free Gold. On the same chunk will in pieces of free Gobi Black sulphides. Syl unite anti Horn Silver. The finding of sol venite Ore in the Rock is one proof that the vein is a slide from the vertical of Ore. Some of the sol vanity Ore went $25 a Pound. Or. Grant believes that lie knows where the vertical of Ore is. Anti he intends putting a Force of men at work to open it up. He Statts further that he has discovered another Flat vein near the first discovery that is fully As Rich As the vein from which he is now taking Ore. Ii is keeping it a secret and will not do anything with it until next Spring. Or. Grants will erect a ten stamp Mill near the Mouth of Doorman Gulch. On ground owned by the Bingham mining company. One of the owners in this my is Tom Hart a Well known who is one of the trusted that or. Grant has employed out his Rich Ore. He has worked Iran for a number of years Iran has frequently told him that when he struck it Rich lie would build for him a stamp Mill to work the free milling Ore in the Bingham mine. Grant now intends to erect the Mill and he will turn five of the Stamps Over to the Bingham company for them to Usi views of London papers. A comments on the great Dewey Celebration. London sept. papers print Long special Dis Kite ii is from new 5 Ork describing the Welcome accorded there to Admiral Dewey. Most of pm while not professing to quite understand the tremendous enthusiasm treat the outburst As an excellent feature of the National character. The daily mail special says a being on the skit. It i it impossible not to enter into the spirit of the thing and to particulate in the enthusiasm it is not hard to understand the magnetic patriotism of this vast lovable National people w Hose emotions Are a keen in expression and As Frank and unrestrained is those of children. It is also necessary to realize the Strong simple Kinkiest attractive personality of Admiral Dewey. He is the one figure without a flaw the one Man outside a released by the rebels insurgent commissioners arrive at Angeles and give up 14 prisoners. Manila. Sept.0. The insurgent commissioners arrived at Angeles this 1 evening and delivered up fourteen american prisoners All enlisted men. It is reported from Iloilo that the tamils have arrested general Visayan a charging him with timing a traitor. Tribal to discord i growing. Many rebel t soldiers have revolted Ain Many european prisoners Are escaping. Hebe lenders offer. Washington sept. 50. General Otis cables this morning a communication dated the 12th. From general Garcia commanding All insurgent troops in Eastern Mindanao country i Render expresses a to turn fit Over to the United states a ing insurgent a a ump Miner miners to Tak for or and i Carter must go to jail president Mckinley approves the sentence of the court martial Manila. Oct. 2.�?aguinaldo�?T third attempt to shift his difficulties into the Field of diplomacy is a Rcpt it iou of the others a fruitless Endeavor to obtain some son of recognition of his so called government. The filipino envoys Hail one hours conference with general Otis yesterday morning. They brought from Aguinaldo a message that he desired peace anti wished to Send a civilian governmental commission to discuss the question. General itis replied that it was impossible for him to recognize Aguinaldo a government in that Way. While he was willing to correspond with Aguinaldo As general of the insurgent forces he must positively decline to recognize him As president of the civil government. Another conference will Ive Belli today. The filipinos will remain two or three Days. Their movements a quite unrestricted but they Are under the constant Chaperon age of Captain Johnson of the sixteenth infantry. They visited the hospitals and distributed Money among the wounded filipinos after which they made a a alls an a received visitors at their we desire peace but Jaee with in dependence and Honor a said c Jenera i Alejandrino yesterday while convers in Ginith a representative of the associated press lie impresses one As dignified and dispassionate and As a keen Man of the world. He was educated in Europe and designed the remarkable entrenchments from Manila to Tarlac. Hit reticent concerning i Mission his conversation throws an interesting Light it a the filipino View of the american attitude. A How Long can the filipino army and eople withstand 60,000 american troops a he was asked. A fighting in our Way we can maintain a state of War and the necessity for a Large army of occupation indefinitely. You americans Are holding a few Miles around Manila a narrow Lim of Railroad to Angeles Ami a Circle of country around san Fernando. Quot but you Are ignorant of the resources of Luzon. We hold the immense. Rich. Productive Northern country from which to draw. Our people contribute the Money an food which maintains our army and this is done at a minimum of Cost. A a filipino exists with a handful of Rice and a pair of Linen trousers. Me do not have to pay our soldiers and can practically hold up their wages As Long As we desire. Even with our ires in Supply of arms and Amminiti can keep your army a with an expense we Finneson Banks. The Ai the i Brit is fight in us aft mid it Ion of til. Washington troll Day the Nati. To Vittle Tota Bani % Crea the s1.5c got $ i. From aver per Tfir National i u in it in s. I. I it. �?T., sept. Currency Daw i a it of i flanks ii. I Merit f. A a Quot or it a not in 30.�? Coll some tiie Force in vestry i of action. Bul i the reports of of the six fort Hee corps s inc w has parti t anti is and the it is Ai most be a Ison with Henry red vers Bull that the i Ani gel ii Era i w ill i in Neapolis i Maud i n South afro 33,191 to time thie i ii tary re a it to i ii Chi Quot tided lie twee i i a 13,462,923. J George Stewart whip .2 to it $1. Indi to from the Tith w for the i he the h Iii fro a Ervi $24,541 crease the a it to $2,712,362 jugs fell fre individual $ 11,872.851 to age Reserve for the Mer i to hold-$1,911.994. Axed from i the aver Froin 39.5c pre in Whit. Arni valve tory Host ii i Era i Over h who i ii Cen a in no no g Goa Tuy 1 expert is is never is Genei army c in Briti our. So it a rat to 42.2 6 Jer cent. Wast in elision granted. have Iowa ranted As foil re tora to thorns a f m Revo tilts Wellman. Sgt to it in reuse them s s. Ross. Moi Nogoa. I to i if Harvey 45. M Bridge the. It in ton. F to j to Thomas b. Wiley. Rossie ii in. A to fit. Thomas s. Vav ebb. Rolfe. It to 324. Leonar a t m Coati Bradford. Jit to �2>> Abrahaim b. Oliver. Yale i to it it us Peter Ding i a Robbins j us. John Rush. Brown is Moines. 312 to fit a Vander my at his la titty w k of to whip i b ugh up it Edge j under Gen rats White Ami Walker i will be a Host of officers speck it 11v so Lee Ted for the air knowledge o f Boer i methods and set Mith african can Ipaige i ing. General sir William sin 11110111 Ere id we the f i Sand i will in i of our Vav the the la Kly a kit xxx is in to $1 Lew Fla f 3 Iii to 2. A t the. 8 l j r inc a tie tries f. Midal. Flan Jos m Rase i f i. I Alfr i my m j la at Al e Sisi it Ric f. Sij. I was so. I oar a Brevi ties. Eccl pled to that grow ii we cars. I How Long the Flipi tin be the Contra Etoi w ill your people stand i o people do not w ish to co fighting. We have no Ai i. We hive or business in in there will also be a cyanide Merit to the Mill to treat the Low be ores. Bingham mine is already <1- enough to warrant extensive r. A Shaft has la Eti sunk too feet Ami crosscuts have been run eat and West which have penetrated a vertical of free milling Ore 65 feet wide. Is enough water in the mine to a a stomp Mill. Or. Grant that he intends furnishing Attali or Gra the veloce Minim Washington sept. 3< lilt m. Cutter was sent martial to five year Plain Ober by a court i Lier opera state to Dei clop t he the Tunnel Money to this company mine very thoroughly opening is a few feet from the Elkhorn narrow gauge Railroad which goes to Balli Mountain. Nickel found Iii Deadwood. The Detroit and Deadwood mining company has encountered a vein of Nickel in the Tunnel which is being run on City Creek Iii the City limits of dead hand was Carter arrest Diatel new Iii m. This Era i a tin approx his of $5,000. Vet by the or at governors Lipri this Etudes Man 11 to i a. Ier nut i of our for us enough and pos sen ten will is no York. Sept. 0. Ca of Ai Carter was arrested i City by assistant Adjua Simpson who Ca o by i n genially v in a a Strauss protest effective. Sultan orders ail Mission of flour Harrell by customs officials. Constantin pies it. 30.�?th customs officials having refused to pass a Ltd a pc is of american flour arriving directly for it a the United states on the ground that the flour was unwholesome. United states minister Here Osar Strauss energetically protested Palace and obtained an Ridde the admission of the flour. It in the s. At the ordering the company Baa been de i eloping several claims for Copper and Gold Ore and the discovery of Nickel was entirely unexpected. Nickel is a Worth about 35 cents a Pound about j twice As much As Copper Ami it is stated that the values in the City Creek property a High enough to make it a commercial proposition. Nickel is not found in Many places in the Black Hills and is not mined at a single place. It is a rare Metal in the world when found singly. The Detroit and Deadwood company will run a Tunnel into the Mountain about 700 feet. Where a i Lodge of Copper bearing Ore will in encountered. Tills ledge was crosscut at j the us of the Mountain last summer j and was found to in Over fifty feet i wide and the average assay in Copper was about to per cent. The company Lins another milling proposition on the Fork of two bit seven Miles Southwest of Deadwood. A steam hoist is used an two drifts Are let eing run. Eat and 1 West. At the lint Tom of a 300-foot Shaft. In the East Drift the indications of Ore Are Good. On from Washington for the Captain Carter was taken to Island and halide Over to attain in j. Roberts commanding officer with orders to keep a St riot guard and put Carter in close confinement. Arter is now in one of the upper Ca Semate cells in Castle William. Ile will undergo punishment at fort Leavenworth Kas. Profits from tile Mantei army. There is nothing in it nor a our salaries Large to keep us fighting for Money discussing the question of recognition by the United states of the so called filipino government. General Alepandrin said a the Freedom of the Merican prisoners who have just Wen turned Over to you was decreed by the filipino Congress. Your government has accepted them. It will doubtless accept any others that our government May he inquired concerning the percentage of sick american troops Ami when informed sail he considered it Small. A a at Atli wet ing a a Tab t Tell Deb Keo to be for cd Tion. Gen of co fell of Jan Clarin sixty i Wendi has tiie big he reputation it rear Admiral the i listed St sex per t. A i ing the it fico r. Amer ican Atli serve i throng i ll1 my age of f the by to so nth afr great Jeff a different lists. I a re a Gillie it if to Hank Mill file lift. She e Elt n c Ber Oft a the by Ait Eon Lier lint Xii har trek e la a ii by to it it of a tree m. Hat. Have title Many in Man a inc in Brit it Sui i press a the it that e we of in versa of la i wife ated of the their for fire Gra Vav of to it no no fight tier a will from the i tit t a ii Ria an Iowa Soldier dead Kel a number of question eating a hop of anti imperialistic action by the i cited states emigres.-, Ami inquired what would be the effect on the National policy if Congress should declare itself opposed to the prosecution of the War. And whether anti Imperiali it to sentiment was growing in the unite states. He also made be Vera i inquiries regarding the nature an effect of a joint Resolution of Congress. Base Ball games. National i Cairn site of within to their no face the fire in troop Ai full oth ret re zen i bled lit o the son of Hon. Robert Kissick of Oskaloosa passes away on homeward trip. N. Slober from a at his son Iona item train robbers located. Men who 11 of bed Pacific express traced to Seattle. Seattle. Wash. Sep 30. A three of the Union Pacific train robbers who i. July i. He us up the East bound express Atar r k Springs. A Jvn a Aud Steved the Pau ii. Express it Sanger of Iron toy containing Over 3135,000 in Cash have been located in this City and arrests Are expected to result at any time. Dewey s Gold Loving cup. In ii if cent gift of new York City to the Admiral. New York sept. 50.�?the Loving cup presented to the Admiral is roman in form. I Karat Gold. 13 inches High and holds a quart and a half. It Cost $5,000. I be handles arc formed of three dolphins wrought a Green Gold. Around i the neck Are forty five stars emblematic of the Union. The body of Oskaloosa. La., set soc la Kissick received a cablegram Igasaki. Japan today til Edwin r Kissick. Of the fifty frs had died on the transport during for it a if an Iii. Robert its Lek tarted the Movern it for a Especial train to bring the regime it it Home for in san fran Star. It was principally due to his i is thai Effort that the prospective member of the legislature have promised that the Tate will Bear such expense. He has also been a Leader in preparing for the state reception to be tendered the regimen on it arrival at Council Bluffs the new or his son s death now comes to it it or. Kissick with particularly crushing Force Nice he bad taken sip h in interest in the to be Given to the Region contained his Bey. Spanish republicans Active. Monarchy at a meeting in May Lri of. Madrid. Sept. 30.�?a meeting of republicans was held Here last evening i w hich was attended by 6.000 per tons. Among those present were a number of leading French italian and Portu Guese republicans. Several violent speeches were made in the course of which the monarchy a was attacked. At the Bur goes cathode Congress committee was appointed to establish a Republican Union. A a solution was passed demanding that Steps be taken to secure the lib ration of the Spanish priv Oner. Held by the insurgents in the Philippines. Sling rain. Which. With dark nests. Caused Trent Ltd it of a. A with Louie Ville. Att of an be std score r la. K. Tile ago 10100 00 4 1 _3 0 j 4?,Asl -.1 Bool 4 0 1 -7 4 4 Barie Rit St talc t and c Cunin and Wood. Ump rest Oda v and Haitham. Slot a oct. Z St. Leu is Wen 3� i t Ell Ere Battle from the sex lies yes to a Day both such of an it i Harper were it form. The latter received the b est sup port. It w As one a of the fax be t games on record. Attend Lance 3.3 do. Sec reefing the the. In will lie no mounted try than the to the App tit ii by ar-1 rec Phi h. E. I i 4 3 iter intr Udoff Umpire a Al f l x a standing a of Plave in .13�i lphia.143 .141 Elbi by i i a d. W a Iii Ltd. I. Loti a tary of state flt in Iii Iowne to it Ai at ions on Hite Zdency to ice is have Calic 1 Fin Illier that i e in Antler in Chai vis some Coni path e status of r in Par i with t is ties when the. In Ive been Dis re Al Ger. Alack i alaskan bom taking up cons the clonal Ion War. The the Carn in ideas. To d a re to bound by. ,142 .142 for Art it .493 .413 l. Ii. Is Janiv to the a s la n plague at Oporto. Oporto. Sept it. A five new Ca bubonic plague Aad one de i cried yesterday to he acc a said that v turn fir of of forming the . Ordon r the plague. Were re in Les. U big Deal in thoroughbreds. J. Ii. Haggin secures w. O. Mac Llo Siagh s famous horses. Francisco sept. 30.�?a Deal bad it Ca doted a which j. B. Haggis Bur. Ired con Rol. On a Long lease of the Yimou horses including , owned by to. O. A cd a ugh. It will result in the temporary breaking p of a he Menlo Park Stock farm on a Farmer teat. Chicago news an old Luis who extensive Domain a n Chicago employs a novel me men to help him Wark he sends each Appl an out or. A blazing hot Day with to find a four in it Clever. The in. About in a careless Way r r minutes and the or walk hark i acid say they a a could t bad a i a tic to i nature Rem done a. T m a a v. A Don t want anybody to w k r Hast patience in u o to a four Leaf Cis. Or. Finish i turn hoi arrival c Pear by Thev a it it 9� the it a t in fell Down elevator Shaft. James i. 111 men superintend it i acc ii part it. Khilil. It p to. Kills new
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