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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 17, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota tuesday. October 17.181 9. Numbus presidents the National defend is a fund of $50,-Hoo, m 0 for tin list of the government in ifs discretion. It was voted practically without division in either House of Congress. The senator assures inc it was done with absolute unanimity. When War was declared the Resolution was voted for by All parties from All. Sections. A Revenue Bill we is passed a. A .1 ii t o. With provisions for Money to carry on i of address ill tile Hawkeye state tile War. So that we started into the War with Spain with All the people of t he Gross under the leadership of your Dis j 11/011 d corp ii it Ifill to anguished senator Alison voted Fin Ivull Ndu uni i Lull for gallantry made at Iowa Falls at 6 20 in the morning Faith in expansion firmer becomes More emphatic in his utterances at every reference to the subject says it s an accomplished fact first South Dakota returned soldiers complimented by the War department. It i Here is any question at All i in of it on t met inn a a i in mourn Row tis at every stopping place. It car Falls. La. Oct. In. The president delivered at a it 20 a. Rn., Iii Iowa i alls. The first of a series of addresses in Iowa. A Good sized crowd was at the station. The president said a Elf is a great advantage to meet the people Early Iii the morning. Laughter it gives me genuine pleasure to meet and Greet the people of Iowa As i journey through the state to look into their faces and feel the stimulus of their presence and encouragement which i always receive As i have mingled with them. Since i was last Iii the state we have added some new territory. It is no longer a question of expansion with us we have expanded. If there is any question at ail it is to question of contraction and who is going to contract a voice Quot Sot i believe my fellow citizens this territory came to us in the Providence of god. We did not seek it. It is ours with All the responsibilities that belong to it and As a great . Brave nation we mean to meet Ion and on in at Dent a i v is it i to when i a lotion of i were hard age. Now getters american rest a Ami carry our Eon Ca i action there. I am not one of e who would t Ike the Laurel from brow of the Merican Soldier r jewel from the Crown of foment. Speech at Ackley \ cd lev. La., the next St Mckinley spoke As follows a Conli in this presence my former it to this people now i believe five irs off. I congratulate you upon the proved condition of the country. Here last we were in a con siness depression. Times a bad overcome your is changed. We have Rity. Good crops fair employment Good ire a Happy Monte used i All pros steady id a prices wages Ai people porous but t Well. Inter have been ii been extended our own pre lie fore. A nets from a Many year a Mer Ever we t Only Are the in Natl t has Ted i. We n a at a an int Oasis Anc it Iene ral cry men that is Here sustain Phi u be Tim t he Philippov it eople pros self i doing a to mortgages markets have using More of ducts than Vee Ever did ire importing fewer prod Road than we have done in a and we Are sending More products abroad than we before. We Are on a Gold we mein to stay there. A Goc Inch t he neti i like the sufi As your platform nation s a Inhat we Are doing in Alay and that is what to do until we conquer the rebellion against Lite sovereignty and authority of the United states. We mean to sustain tie boys in Blue in carrying that Flag in the Philippines. It represents not tyranny r Liberty and civilization and stands for Hope to humanly. Hid prudence hears him. I Nile pc president As follow a people thing in la. Of to a Large Crow the Here pie Are now to of t have to men so ii and one the item in for run linking a tout just this country Jie Ople of the unites have not for a third of a Tun been so entered upon the eminent and its future their gov or tit than at this very hour. They rallied to the support of the government when if went to War. They have stood Aud did stand by the government until tin treaty of peace was made. That treaty of peace ratified in the Senate of the United mat s and approved by a vote of Congress gave the United states sovereignty Over the territory of the philippine islands. That territory the prescient has no e if he were disposed he is not. The Sov United states in tie of be Given away by that sovereignty topic and so Long tis it and so Long As our n right not by i to but by right president of the one duty to p n to in and j Tower to alienate Fogt do so. Which or eighty of tin Philippi Escann the a re is Dent. Longs to the to is our to a or Story j.0 it of i ii 19 2i f to is to 11f�i tit if Solell i Conj treaty i cited m ates a form tha if is. To a t he in or a Stab i and All the representatives people standing together. I Quot the stir came and the War was ended sooner than any similar War in till history. It ended with a Triumph of american arms. It ended Iii a Triumph for the cause of humanity. Having been United Iii bringing on the War having been United in the conduct of the War having been practically United in the conclusions of peace the question is a shall we stand together until the Job is finished i general cry of a we have resting upon us a great their Home responsibility Iii the government of puerto Hico and the Philippines. Our hag has been assailed in that Distant Island in the Pacific and i a a the people of Iowa whether we shall not stand firmly and unitedly until american sovereignty shall be established Iii every Island of the archipelago. We will not take Down that Flag. Representing Liberty to the people representing civilization to those islands. We will not withdraw it because the territory Over which it floats is ours by every Tenet of International Law and by the sacred Sanction of the Constitution of the United states. We Are not there to oppress we Aret Here to liberate we Are not there to establish an Imperial government but we Are there to establish a government of Liberty under Law and Protection to life and property and Opportunity to All who dwell a heal Union now. Cudar Falls la., oct. He the president said Quot we Are a untied people. We Are United in interest sentiment purpose and love of country As we never have been before. Sectional ism has disappeared old prejudices Are a faded memory. The orator of hate like the orator of despair has no hearing in any part of our beloved country. We Are stronger and More United than Ever before. Men of the South and men of the North have been fighting for the same Flag. Dying for the same Flag and shedding their Blo i together for the Honor of the country. Lawton and Wheeler Iii the Philippines Are lighting Side by Side today. On ship and on Shore the men of the South and the men of the North have been fighting together. This is a real Union we have now. And the North and South Are Viking with each other in loyalty to country and marching Side by Side in the pathway of our destiny and in the Mission of Liberty and tribute to Henderson. Parkersburg. La., oct. president spoke Here As follows a it gives me very great pleasure to meet you to receive your cordial greeting. It is a Peculiar pleasure to me to pass through the District of my old Friend. General Henderson and it is a great Honor that comes to this District that your representative is to be speaker of the National House of representatives. A the patriotism of the people for the last eighteen months has been Sublime. When Theca for troops was made Iowa like All other states of the Union responded promptly it it that Call. More than , Soldier were ready to do Battle for their country under its Call for Only 200,000 troops. Iowa furnished her full share Aud one of her regiments did Gallant service in the Distant islands of the Pacific. If did not ask to come Home although it had the privilege to Muster Oyt after ratifications of the treaty had lice to exchanged. That regiment remained there to uphold the Flag and sustain the authority of the government until a new army could in created to go to take its place and i desire to make Public acknowledgement Here in this presence and in this state for their splendid exhibition of Devotion to the Flag and loyalty to the country. We love that Flag All of us love it. It Gladden the hearts of the old cheers the hearts of the Young and shelters us All. Wherever it is raised on land or Seu it Home or in our Distant it of sessions. That Flag always stands for Liberty for civilization for humanity Aud w her Eicr it is assaulted the whole nation rises no to defend it. At Manchester and Dubuque. Manchester. La., oct. 16.�?a Brief address was made by the president to an enthusiastic crowd Here. Ile said a a we have had More than a Hundred years of National existence. These years have been blessed ones for libero and civilization. No other Peoples anywhere on the Globe Lune enjoyed such marvelous Prosperity or made such Gigantic Progress As the Jie Ople of the United states when the fathers established this government the imputation w As Only a lit to More than a million in eve its of he imputation of Iowa today. I hey starlit with .�?T.,000,000. Audye have 2.250,-000 people in your Dubuque la., oct. Brave boys receive promotion taking of la Leome Burel a wonderful feat fought under heavy fire their Homecoming. In. Citizens of Sioux fulls s. I oct. 17.�?the mein Liers of the first regiment. South Dakota volunteers have returned to after Long and honorable service in the Philippines and they received the greatest reception Ever accorded troops returning from Battle. They have now doffed their uniforms of Blue and donned tile Hab aliments of the citizen preparatory to once More taking up the duties of civil life which they left in the Spring of 1s98, to respond to the Call of their country. The Grout outpouring of the people throughout South Dakota to Welcome and do homage to the soldiers testified in a measure to the gratitude and Pride which the people of South Dakota feel toward the regiment. The record made by the South Dakota volunteers is not surpassed by that of any other regiment which saw service in the Philippines. It is not Only cause for gratitude in South Dakota but by the country at Large. By their bravery in Battle and the do a which characterized the men every strife and skirmish with the filipino insurgents they have once More proved the invincibility of the american soldiers. Promotions tor bravery. The record of the South Dakota regiment during the 126 Days that it was pm the tiring line is one in which every american can take Pride if was one of the few regiments of the eighth army corps to in commended by name Iii general orders. It was the Only one that received the cabled Eoin Menda Tea n of the adjutant general at Wasli Ireton. There were Many eases of individual gallantry. Those recommended for pm Moti Ltd by Brevet for distinguished bravery on the Field of Battle were captains \ l. Brockway Alonzo in sessions and William Mclaughlin lieutenants William a. Lazle and Fred l. Burdick sergeants he lesser. L. Butler George p. In glister Fra ilk in Stevens Ernest Madden. George p. Benedict i. F. Wilmarth George Vav. Moulton John la. Kelley Hugh Mccosham Gustav Beemer George Ainsworth Anton thrice and John w. Piatt. A incident which occurred to lieutenant Fred i. Huntington sergeant e. M. Kelley. Sergeant Thomas Maloney. Of company ii sergeant stand of i Tampa Nyll and sergeant Bartlett has until now been unwritten history and Hows the character of the men comp my tin South Dakota regiment. The incident occurred during rite Battle of Marilao River an action which will be forever remembered by the South Dakota volunteers. Here it was that the regiment lost More men than in All the other Battles Iii which it participated. The Story As told by sergeant Kelley is a very Sim ple one a when we began to approach the River Quot said he. A the regiment headed for the Bridge which was in the Center of a Horseshoe formation of the River. Lieutenant Huntington and myself were on the extreme right flank. The whole country in front of us a alive with niggers. They were popping up from every Quarter firing a Volley and then scattering in a second Only to pop lip at another Hunt. When tile regiment finally reached the River Herd by some mistake our whole right flank was unguarded. I happened to turn around and there not of feet from our flank was a band of several Hundred niggers making a Bee line for our rear. Seeing that in a few minutes More we would to flanked and that we would have to stand a Cross fire i called to some of the boys and lieutenant Huntington and sergeants Mahoney i to of let t and Schul came with me and we made a break for the niggers. A we inn to the River and forded it the water Taing up to our necks. We managed to scramble through and when the niggers came we began to give it to them pretty hot. Some of the other boy came and the real fight i in gun. I gues i fired More shots in three minute that Day than i Ever fired before in my regiment first loss. It was in the opening fight of the philippine Campaign at Blockhouse no. 4. That the regiment suffered its fir a to. Companies ill and f were within ?"0 Yard a of the enemy with the remainder of j lie regiment about to Yard to the right and rear. Almost at Lite first fire private Fred it Dubuque the Home of senator Allison. Green of company i. Was killed timing h the t to he c authority of the United stat i id i lot do less and Poi f orm our prayers Are not pm a to t he tans in i the trend lies. Inc n and Mere Means and Vos of War will follow the gave the presidential party an tenth t sin tie reception in spite of the cold disagreeable weather and a steady downpour of rain. Senator Allison intr a need the president who delivered a Brief address frequently interrupted by bursts of it to water address. T Waterloo. Oct. I an in men a the station when the it j ill i in. The pres havoc by Hurricane. But la. To. Vaul Hull nut it a Gre grow i whet Lei Are tie Dee la rat i it it National upon or a leg Cut of that War or no t he people War Eon i last night s m ind wrecks several building at Hardy be. Omaha. Neb. Oct. 16.�? a special from Hardy neb., says the Hurricane Hist dismantled the la be school House there wrecked the by Givie House of the elevator of inured Farmer j. T. Nounig s Baru and destroyed the barn and cattle Beds of Henry Whiten. The fir to Man in the regiment to be killed in Battle. When the skirmishers in front of company i fell bark. Private Lewis met his death. The taking of la Leome Church was one of the conspicuous affairs in which the South Dakota regiment participated Early in the Campaign. The insurgent line extended from the Brondo country to Caloocan. The Church and a Trench Midway Between the Church and the country was held by a Force. The Church a Stone Structure Loo feet Square. A unfunded by a heavy Stone Wall dirty eight feet High. Forming an in close 1 Walls the Wall was Lim i with insurgent bar Hooters w it pc re posted in the dome and in front of the Wall was a line of Rifle pits filled with men. It was to the left of the Dakota a direct line of attack being in front of the Pennsylvania regiment. The Advance of the latter regiment had drawn a tire from the Church the Brondo country and the trenches Between which forced the pennsylvanians to lie Down. They poured in a heavy fire but did not charge. Advance on la loonie Church for the South Dakota regiment to Advance with the Church left unt Aken would expose its left flank to a crossfire. Colonel Frost formed the regiment tinder fire for the Advance on the Church. About Midway of the mile that intervened Between the regiment and la i come a sunken Road ranging from four to sixteen feet deep ran at a right Angle to the line of Advance. \ on the farther Side of this Road a Large body of insurgents Lay concealed in t the Brush. Forward in splendid line regardless of the Leaden Hail the South Dakotas swept with Resistless Force. At the very instant of starting one Man Fay. Of company i fell wounded but the daring Advance Dis concerted the insurgents and their volleys generally passed Over the Heads of the advancing troops. One company was placed in the rear of the right flank to protect it. Suddenly the regiment disappeared from Sty by As though the Earth had opened and Svalj Lowed it but a moment later the thin line of men scrambled into View no the opposite Bank of the sunken Road. Firing As it Rose. With the steadiness of veterans the line formed. The Rifle pits a scant 150 Yards in front blazed with the terrific fire of the insurgents but not a Man faltered. I p to this time colonel e Rost had withheld the most of his fire. The Advance in the face of the fierce fire was the crucial test that determined whether the men from South Dakota had the Tuff of which heroes Are made. It was american nerve against insurgent Mauser. Ehe lines having been reformed the order was Given to Hault and tire by volleys. The insurgents fled from the Rifle pits in terror. Then the order to charge the Church rang out a Forward guide Center double time Quot straight for the dome of la Leome the tidal wave of South Dakotas swept on. As the fleeing insurgents broke from cover the men would deliberately pot them like Jack rabbi to. They forgot to at to Hind that Mammoth Wall was packed a mass of insurgents forgot that Mauser bullets Sang of death forgot everything except that South Lakota was Iii the forefront Lunk frogs on they went. Jun try the 2er> Wall while the insurgent sharpshooters in the Church dropped bullets in their ranks. With the assistance of one of his men colonel e Rost succeeded in reaching the top of the Wall. Waving his Cap he shouted a up. Men Over the Wall Quot along the entire length of the Wall the regiment warmed. The Church was won the enemy having broke and fled toward it Alcoran. The regiment had a sed through it Baj it Tim of fire. At maniac River the regiment again distinguished itself. The order. Were to move on the line of tree on the South Bank of the River. There the regiment was to halt if there a no opposition but if the movement should develop the insurgent forces. To act according to circumstances. There was nothing to indicate to the men Iii the fringe of Timber that death was in their front marking them for it prey. Suddenly from the Rifle pita Iii the River let Mel. From the trenches on the farther Here and Felt ii the tone. Church beyond Cheet tit tame Uirt Forth sending tile lenten Hub of i it of death through their ranks. J Retreat of insurgents. J the insurgent fled from ? or trenches to the left of the track. By from heavy work. Up the River i in Mil kept up a deadly Cross fire. Oui Pony 4 i rushed Aero the Bridge. On the Bank stood the Little Mountain gun ordered up by colonel f rot. A Why done to you get that gun across a Captain Yan Houten a we can to do it Captain a the officer in charge replied. The ties Are taken up so two men cannot walk abreast to a dismount your gun a Van Houten thundered and taking the Little Cannon Oil his Boulder he coolly walked 1 across on the stringers while four of his men carried Over the Carriage. In less time than it takes to Tell it the Little piece was dealing out death on the flank of the foe. Company f quickly followed across the Bridge Aud the two companies struck tile insurgent right. The supports and reserves a come up under heavy tire and with companies ii Aud m plunged into the River above the Bridge. The tide was in and the water in to their waists their armpits their shoulders j almost lifting them from their foot i ing. But holding guns and licit. Allele their Bra s they plunged through. 1 went up the Bank firing and on Over the Chernys works. The Day was won. Six battalions. A 3,64 0 men the pick of the insurgent army had gone Down in defeat driven from almost impregnable works in a position naturally by to South Dakotas. No other regiment or company not another Man had i contributed in the lightest degree to the Victory. On March adjutant general Cor bin cabled colonel Frost the follow ing a the entire country views with i admiration your skill and that of your Brave officers Aud in All the hard fought Battle none other of the Many Gallant regiment president honors general Shafter though retired he is to retain his command until further orders. The boy end a the a ban Lier Hull it consist washings for the of Lier. And j i Hearty Welcome and prof the revs of the City. To net was where Ted of a song retards Fri Ion by one be lies by p will cause Many promotions a ii serve a or a in was gig by the i in it Dieci f their it in inc it ens among them being Congress la. J. Iambic s. A. Hoyles. St Holman. Captain Gray and English. Watertown. S. In. Ort. 16. Ach this cite til r tin i or to Job is officers Aii along the line up a notch a speculation As to Shaffer a successor. Go la flite not re Day night to reception ii very enthuse country were Long in fore to cont la limn Stilt by Columbia the defeats first rat cup sol tra Irr pal Moi 8-Ycar-old a . To yesterday of below the l Center of the ried Home Ai he was so i Cwi cd there the do fleeced the Conte. Bet Igloo. If we Ai la. My. Of it in it ii t a ran san Francisco. Oct. 17.�? major general Shafter received the following Telegram from Washington yesterday a by direction of the president major general w. S. Shafter. United states Volunteer brigadier general in the United states army is retired from the service october 16, 1899, As brigadier general of the United states army under the provision of the aet of Congress approved june 30, 1898. In will remain Iii command of Hie department of California and of the Columbia under his command a major general United states volunteers until further orders. Elihu Root a Secretary of Bro Mol Loon All along or line. A a result of Shafter a retirement six officers of the regular army will be promoted to the Grade of brigadier general. A these officers Are colonel Royal t. Frank commanding the first artillery colonel Alexander in. M. Pennington commanding the second artillery colonel Samuel Ovenshine of the Twenty third infantry colonel Danial w. Burk colonel s. Louis la. Carpenter comma tiding thee fifth cavalry and either colonel and inspector general Henry by. Lawton or colonel and assistant adjutant general Arthur Macarthur. Whether general Lawton or general Macarthur shall be commissioned As a brigadier general of the regular army on general Shafter a retirement a. Not been determined but it has been decided by the president that the one not promoted at that time shall lie appointed a brigadier general on the retirement from Active serv ice of general Thomas. Anderson january 21, 1900. While Only one vacancy in the list of brigadier generals will be created by the retirement of Jenera Shafter the president has arranged that there shall to six vacancies due to that event through the promotion and retirement in sequence of five other officers. This method will to pursued in order that officers approaching the retiring age. Who served with distinction in the War will Spain and in the War in the Philippines. Shall to rewarded for their services. As soon As colonel e Rauk for example is promoted to general rank he will be placed on the retired list on his own application under the Law which permits an officer to retire after thirty years service. One of the other colonels mentioned will then be promoted and will retire an so on Low ii the list until Law ton or Macarthur is reached. Lawtons or Macarthur a appointment will to permanent. The most interesting feature of this schedule of promotion and retirement i the manner in which it affects the military career of general Macarthur. Whether he receives his advancement in october or january he will become the major general commanding tin army and Wil hold that office for More than two years. He will not reach the retiring age until june 2, 1909. He is now Only 54 years of age. He entered the Volunteer army in the civil War As adjutant of a Wisconsin regiment when Only 17 years of age. He was transferred to the regular service to Caine a major and assistant adjutant general when 44 and is now the Junior colonel in the adjutant general depart ment All the army will have retired by april h. 1907, the Date of brigadier general you try waders relinquishment of Active Sere you cannot wipe the officers who came were lid ant colonel Stover Captain Fugit lieutenant Movrey. Quart Erin Burdick and about fifty enlisted dress of Welcome was i Thomas. There was a pal being elaborated decorate led from Start to i the by i. Vie Cit British a race it it a Ilia i Illy shot. Young boy collies into Boss t of a revolver and discharge at the a Aff Nev Stag of comes in Over a mile behind i h ii let. The defender was glumly throughout the test do tails of git i citing Onliest. <1 by 4 a on x Tern t the ale la d to vital race ii the Philippines. % Ruer Ion to Quot ii i p a i Wes j Bia fir new finish 4m�5 to. To seconds tin the ital v a ten i men to oct. E to to 4offi grew ship to m Val reinforcement vice of Admirald Suez canal. The Pacific course via Long k a quest i it the Navy ing from tinder a Rifle will Shorter f leans Tov latter. The race is even n Bashi ii in is in the \ san Juan saturday. Marietta will follow big Cruiser will a while the stanch and will go from i a in i Hampton roads. The warship to go from the present time will Ive Orleans which is now from the new York Friday. The boilers to to Iii a much i Tate at first reported Heil preparing her for the been greatly ii Nimes Roni the Pacific the Newark will lie sent. Cd to get away late i iter a. Of i off l the. A Mer at Tail Filiti of the y for the ii ski up this to Barr t sit lined thir. In. The the n. De the i her m i fro Munro i be race the Long d. Iva of they next e Deb Coy a Jer an Are sex week. J within an i nothing can save i decisive defeat. Columbia did i i work. She Surpri j knew Lier Best. I thrash to the a i i beat in Topsail by j of a sea on. At n i Bia began to pull i ten minutes after i fired was the firs i in doubt. The de outer Mark 9 min acini time ahead Western Union i Columbia is boil j Miles from the i pears to lit i Rock is also ii i Miles from the fan be judged Mist who Ith it Tim a v tin p their commanders Are Evv ill easily make up the five or seven Day Given Start. Lent the i Heap in at to Bryan in Kentucky. Silver Leader blends for Harmony Iii Blue grass sit ice. Bardwell by. Oct. 17. William j. Bryan spoke to a Large audience at this place. He Aid a whether the next president of the United stat i a Democrat depends somewhat on what you do in Kentucky this year. Three years Agun not Kentucky party to any great t people voted Lefter counted. I Arn not s carried the state but not get it. Kent trek state and we have the it to go democratic ii a but if the state the d i re nit i Beli a Olin re is Iii g h thi fall it May the present general officers of next year. You a i i full ill Iii general Wade will Iii the eur e f events become major general Coin la tiding. The other present general Aires will retire As follows Merrit. 1900 Merriam and Anderson. In to i. Brook and Otis. It tata i a cd Henry in 1903. Wade will have by dividing the you realize that 1900 the great q you realize wha bring to this cot that this party above the Man a i Dene it theocrat in the a demoed zit to exp a a Republic it to Carn Arage rep tora tie pal 1 Republic in party. Flur tears As major general command Cou raging the the pm lie try do to. Is playing the pan that thi my. The promotions of generals Lawton and Macarthur Are to in made on account of their service in the War with Spain and the present insurrection Daw tones particularly for conduct in the Santiago Campaign and Macarthur. For the generalship displayed by him in the Advance on Malolo Lawton will retire for age in March. 1907, More than two years before Macarthur. Be a Orosi Ippi Nei Ira i a n company c arrived Ute. 3 did not reach Yankton until of clock yesterday morning. Yankton. S. I oct. 16. The arrival of company which had been promised for 4 of clock saturday afternoon was delayed thirteen hours. They arrived at 5 of clock sunday morning. Notwithstanding the Long delay they were Given an enthusiastic reception at the Northwestern depot several thousand people participating. The excursions which Camp during the afternoon were held until after Hie boys arrived and the beautifully illuminated St reeks were thronged with peo on the Field won from the department pie All night. Public special recognition of their Gal j As soon As greetings were Over the Lantry. At Malolos san Arnaudo j company formed in line and a March Man to you gling poor arc that the Rich co ing taxation a Irvan Vig in the Phili ing army. He also at s Speets to Mck his intention i he Aid it proof a president against the declaration of ring to tile pre Congress won meet of tin i-1 a you should in psf is for Congress and r v when tile colonies Asia King George Oil ridiculed the Cia a right to it the Island chased them from a Archy and averred to buy the Philippines armed them to fight touche noon the a urged reaffirmation platform. That no p pow do a ii will Lig and ame eng h paid his re a Levy Sani Ion Nee ment of o hold the e Philippines. The fir a i n n o to Cement of the i United states Tail and Rhodine of the in Cie pc Neie n be. Re Fer Talent s dec a rat Ion that i provide f or the govern new be gun was ii crossed the i Windward i less than a Western in is to j Start so j Bia 11 01 Western j the boats have without either advantage a keep Windward posit i associated in ii a the boats h Columbia is a i Wen after Mark is broken out ii and about o the rear Slit homeward to new York. Turn Collin i 5s06. Associated Vamoose Hii t of t Filiti i out footed every tack Long by the asset Wanda a Long yachts. By Asse Wanda 12 ten Miles. Fill i Udo Ever Are i Long be Over a Mil Western returning Lumbia Bat a mile. Columbia Long Beach soc lated pre nals the follow the turning i 1 49 30 Shannir at i i Lief t Ai 17 of co it co i re i i i als Ville and ital l. I., la t 12 35 co it ahead As t kills Sigil times at Oizumi Vav in ii a at the recognitions Tbs i Credi it we after r pie the t we a we pit Ted to Ould n we a he thi Lien at bleat and away in the r Home a St retd the course. Going to the All her lower s sail and her by did his turn in de to go Arnut went Down on shouts Calumpit and other plact the South Dakota regiment won additional Hopper for gallantry on the Field of j Stone redoubt with Bullet proof j Battle. During the Campaign the South cot Square. Dakota regiment lost in killed Twenty six. The wounded numbered ninety Sevy fell under the wheels. For up Tow i began. The soldiers were escorted by the g. A. A. Belief corps. Lady Washington guards City Council firemen and k. P. Lodge. They marched to third Street where the mayor j standing on the speakers stand erect a cd for the presidential party tendered j Dubuque i in a i., Sec in Neath a freight to Dubuque la. Of. Baily a lid a year Ltd a tempting to Imp it in ,. Felt in fast Dubuque fatal ruler and had both legs Cut cd . Tin. Boas she Sta towering they bad sheets. Western Columbia i rot Fri i Mon i in Sig the Fin vet in to my Tipe Hallie oct. T states i i will sign the of Chr nor nor eur t Tyis

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