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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 26, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota Daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota. Thursday. October 26. I Huo. In a1 Bah 7 it War new is scarce and contradictory British maintain rigid censorship Over information from South Africa general Yule is reported Safe i tie is i a at 5 30 p. Rn., and which was carried by mounted messenger to Orange River and thence cabled says a oui by lied Boer attack in Large Force with Cav a gun is expected tomorrow and should the British successfully resist ultimate Success is then come the following words As if hurriedly added a Boers shelled the Tow ii and the town sent a hag of truce. Must close. No casualties in the defends governments course enormous increase in output of Gold the world s go d production for 1898 was$48,616, More than preceding year Ayar report of the mint director his forces and aah flit cos Aliet Kati of her a foil Llic to ii stories abut the Hussars. London oct. 2b. With unconscious Sinmor a a ape town Ltd respondent telegraphed y esterday i a the censorship which is always a delicate matter is working smoothly and without a this exactly hits off the state of affairs. A Minms veil is till drawn Over the movements of general sir Jeorge Stewart Whit and general Yule. Beyond belated Ladysmith Dis a Tehes regarding the Kland Slaatte fight which Are still filtering in tin British Public is left in Complete darkness. And to conjecture Over a a cooked War office dispatches. The officials of the War office last evening said that very few dispatches have arrived and nothing further was to be expected till this morning. Since it is practically certain that general Yule has now effected a Junction with general White and As both Are now in a position of safety conjecture concerns itself chiefly with the maim r of general Yule s Retreat. That it was Hasty is evident. Beyond the receipt of general Whites curious first description of the Ladysmith fight in which the British lost a Hundred men Little Reliance can be placed on the official dispatcher. While the concealment of tile facts regarding general aides Retreat can be amply justified on the ground of keeping the intelligence from the Boers the hiding of the new s respecting the Hussars and the Fusiliers who were apparently captured in the Battle at Glencoe is severely criticised no intimation having been Given that the officers Are missing. The heavy losses of the British troops in facing tally some s. Boers a re commented upon As what Rifle fire Means today in the hands of even undisciplined men who can shoot fairly straight and stand their ground. General sir i led vers Buller is expected to arrive at the ape Early next week and the indications a that some troops have already arrived at the front Anil been in the fighting whose arrival has not yet been announced. There is every probability therefore that reinforcements Are now moving up. This is Ca leu late i to hasten commandant general Joubert s attack on Ladysmith and news of a big Battle is daily expected. A flout half a Complete army corps is now afloat and a Bill has occurred in dispatching the remainder of general Buller s forces owing to some difficulty in obtaining transports. Although news has Arri veil that general sir ilium Benn Symons is doing Well. There is no indication As to his whereabouts. It is presumed that in is at Dundee in the hands of the Boers. Chamberlain declares that was inevitable. London let. 20. Apart from the diversion created by or. Dave it in his announcing that he would resign today there was a Lively scene in the Lions of commons yesterday Bot Ween Gavin Brown Lark Rali Eal sex agent of the l Ian Vaal and major Kasch conservative. Or. Lark denied major i Asch a statement that he Clark was in the Boer Camp at the time of the fight at Majubay Hill and characterized the As i Ami Silver durin Section As a a Sample of the Ini Suepre i 9 says a citation now a the worlds Gold production in is9s major a sell promptly retorted that was Bukh but ounces Fine of the value his statement was made on the author of $37,42\600, Ait increase Over the Ity of or. Lark himself who told him product of 197 of 2,351.31 ounces Val a six years ago adding that if or. Lied at -si,615,000. Lark again denied the statement he a since the major would take the first oppor was pro i Recd. Each year has shown Unity of repeating the statement to an Nereas Over the preceding one. Him outside of parliament when in a there is no reason a says the re could take what Steps he liked. Port a to a pct any cessation of this output of the yellow Metal will continue to increase for years to come Ile believes. Washington oct. 26.�?george k. Roberts flu director of tin mint in his report upon the production of Gold the Calendar War and lieutenant commander Winslow the admirals hag lieutenant. Governor a Vorhees in making the formal presentation said that f was his pleasant duty and great privilege to present the sword As the cheerful gift of the people of a patriotic state w till whom Admiral Tim had for a Long time made his Home. Theja eople of new Jersey the governor raid were proud of the Admiral s services and remembered his distinguished accomplishments Iii time of peace. A a la he plan of the Battle which a stroy cd Cervera a concluded the governor a was matured by your quiet study and consummate skill and a carried out by your Heel without a single Uncle Sim must Stano by England or fact that during farm hand. In it in other expenses of a season Money is in rat Ted from the Center c pay me sex minister Breckinridge declares it is our imperative duty if the Powers interfere. To the <1.1 is of tilts an e Eventt that i Tif t by it limn material As Well As moral Aid mrs. Miles for Dewey. If any attempt is made to her Mac must sustain a i a ii ii hostility. General aah mfr believes Admiral a Ontl accept nomination. St. Irmis oct. 25. The St. Louis Republic prints a dispatch from Chicago in which mrs. Miles wife of the uni a Tissington Ort. 25.�?clifton in Breckinridge United states minister to Russia during the second Cleveland administration states that in Cas any to the farming distr quell Fly returns the Secretary believe that flu needs of the into of the country Cue count of agricultural expenditure will be conveniently met by tile Power of the Banks to Issue circulating notes. The nerds of Industry will coincide with the desire of la Bankers to Mak their profits. The value of flu Power to Issue notes will in Felt Iii the Interior where the farm industries Are going on and not in the usual centers of Money activity where the Hank our Renov is not needed an will not circulate. Post office department wins. A resident names thanksgiving Day in 30 proc a ave much to be thankful Foh patriotism has been flailed. 4 t of Are abundant a employed and tit Luolie credit re Rena Bened. In sri i it against Shinar on. It mini Sio i bet id it ii to roil Case. I Jor general says Dewey would like to oath n or combination of nation sir William Vernon Harcourt the former Liberal Leader in the House said he desired to again Call attention to the provocation of the Secretary of state for the colonies or. Hanauer lain during the negotiations and in his speech at Highbury. Be president and implies that political influence is keeping Miles Home from the Philippines. Mrs. Miles i quoted As follows a Admiral Dewey has Long been a it. When a lion t $106,000,000 personal Friend of general Miles an our family and from what i have heard and know. I certainly done to a Lieve that he has no wish to be president. I would like to see him president. The need of the hour is for just such a Man one who would administer the position in a manner would curtail the Power of political steady annual increase for some years to come. The Transvaal has not nearly reached its limit Australia particularly West Australia is not half developed the Yukon has Only fairly lie j lasses and the other influences under gun to produce while the steady increases in Colorado Ami other Western beco Inin or. Chamberlain replied repudiate states show no signs of abating. Ing the intention to be provocative and saying he Only intended to be Plain and free from ambiguity. Ii Only followed in the negotiations the principles observed by All statesmen during the past ten or Twenty years. People a entitled to demand a Clear expression of views and he asserted there us ii a the slightest justification of the statement that president Krueger had been in doubt. Or. Chamberlain then said a your object method and determination were to carry out these objects. It the worlds production of Silver in Isi was 165,295,572 ounces Fine showing an increase Over 197 of 1.222,4 x ounces Fine. A file worlds consumption of the precious metals in the arts and manufactures during the year was in new Gobi 94.04 kilograms of a value of $65,000,000, and in new Silver 1.065.2�?~9 whose Rule the people a restive. A i wonder a hat Mclean a chances Are in Ohio a she asked. A i would la glad if he proved a Winner. I have been thinking that his chances must be she added a for there is great alarm in asked whether there was any likelihood that general Mil would he sent to the Philippines to take charge of the Campaign being waged again Hon id attempt to Embarrass King Iamb Iii the present War in South Africa it would lie the indie native duty of la touted states to take the part of great Britain and sustain Lier with our whole moral and material strength. Ile said a great Britain a action Iii Saith Africa is in line vital the duty Ami development of the Anglo Saxon Ain Lier present struggle she deserves the unanimous sup Ort of the american people. In Case other Kun Roxiean nations should through International jealousies attempt to retard Ber in the Clear and simple ditty she is performing at this United sit d by a opinion rendered y hey general Boyd. Of Justice regard a of the employees i Post off ice. W Ben for continue the Fri Mccoy now Eipl the Huron. S. Ii., enabled to have till to Lav High Ati to 1 not a Nice. Trat Dis its t. K in i ire to to a position in the Post office at St. Louis. The Post office department Ami the civil service commission some Tim ago locked horns Over the Transfer of. Mccoy to St. Louis on the ground that he was not recognized As an Enuh the Minu or. Time. The conduct of slates should be deter a Side rat ions mightier than to a i. Was necessary to impress upon presi Cipal producing countries of the world kilograms of a coinage value of $44, Aguinaldo her face ugh Ted up with an 273.00ft Ami a commercial value of $20, expression of evident Pride in her by 200,000. The following table shows the production of Gold Ami Silver in the Prin eve cry cry to should l Cha Reg in Fate of the Hussars. Captured according to one report a a Csc a pc i another says. London Ort. 25.�? the War office this evening has issued the following a we learn from unofficial source that the following officers whose absence was not previously notified to us Are prisoners Iii the enemy a hands a eighteenth Hussars a lieutenant colonel Moiler major Oroville and a of Ain Bollock. A Dublin Fusiliers a attain Lonsdale lieutenants Majendie and Shore. A it. Is presumed the whole Squadron of the eighteenth Hussars under command of the officers named Wert taken general White telegraphed from Rie Fontein under Date of october 24, that in fighting near Ladysmith 13 of the British were killed 93 wounded Piu coat and 3 a missing. The Only officer killed was colonel Wilton. A special from Ladysmith dated the 23d says that a troop of the eighteenth Hussars which got astray in pursuing the Boers after the Battle of Glencoe has arrive it Ladysmith the troopers having fought the Way through. General White telegraphed from Ladysmith at i of clock this afternoon that he had advices from ills column sent out to meet general Yule a retreating column that the two Lodie. Were within three Miles of each other it noon and i had no further anxiety As to results. The belief Ain is on crisis or even than that in the Dent Krueger the seriousness of the step he was called ii Ion to take and the consequences which would follow any mistake on his part. It was not desirable to include in an official despatch collateral suggestions and indications of opinion but Semi official warning was frequently conveyed in speech. A a similar warning a Given by Salisbury to the Sultan at tin Guild Hall banquet and i am still absolutely to or. Divitt or. Chamberlain said lie recognized that lie had hitherto Dis it Quot a 1 the matter moderately and sincerely a and a he added a i would pay the greatest attention to his arguments if i did not know he would us precisely the same arguments in regard to any British War. Which arc based on his enmity to or. Chamberlain then said a what would have been the Irish program Iii the Spanish american War. In which Spain showed herself infinitely less capable of defend thing herself than the Transvaal a her William re Mon Ltd. In urn Ellit shouted a the Transvaal did not blow up your or. Chamberlain continued a the Grout almost determining contest Between the United states and Spain was fought without the ions of a single american. Aav have never denied that the Transvaal was a Foeman worthy of our steel l of Only was the disparity Between the forces in the Span ish american War As Groat As those now engaged but the Contention of the United states and their right of interference arose from the fact that at some distance from their territories there was oppression not of american citizens but of another race Ami peo pie and that justified the intention of the United states in the mind of the civilized people or at any rat englishmen and irishmen. But we Are interfering in behalf of our own people. It is perfectly certain that or. Davitt but for his hatred of England. Would sympathize with us As ii did with during the year 19 Boun Trice United states Africa. Australasia. Canada an Newfoundland. Mexico. Russia. India. It Quot Hina. Germany. Bolivia. Chili. Spain. British Guinea Colombia. Ounces Fine. Gold. Silver 64.463.00u 54,438,00 a. ,. .61,980.800 12.021.682 d 13,838.700 4.4. 2.333. T.5<jn.ul 56 . .25.453,4 i i 278.542 7.781.500 6,078.too 73.6qu 7.751.518 353.500 s.li>4.56i 340, Kwh 2.551,9sri 37,900 5.167,55 2. 4s.700 in 2.3s3.2u0 5.483,717 perish in a blizzard. Nine Alen l of their Uvea in Montana. Groat Falls mont., it. 26.�?As a result of the recent blizzard which swept through Teton county in the Northern part of this state nine men Are known to be dead and of these lit bodies have been recovered. With on exception All were sheep herders and All were found lying in such it Osi lion it As to indicate that they had stave with their flocks to the last living Iii their attempt to save the property of their employers. William Graham working for the Cascade land company was found in a Coulee near Healy Butte. Conscious of tin Leatis which was impending he returned to his tent and wrote a note. Saying he was nearly exhausted but a about to return to the sheep w Bidi were Drifting up the Coulee. He was found stretched tin the Snow. Of his two dogs. One remained to guard the body while the other followed the sheep. He was unmarried and recently said that he had not a relative in the world. Norman Bruce worked for will for Eree. Ile remained with his sheep until ii managed to drive them into a band a she replied a Well. As to that i Cait speak with any degree of certainty. Bet it i ready to go. A it. Yon see. He has not been sent but the reas it a we can Only guess at. Of one thing i Ain Cert n. If is that the general con quickly end the trouble in the Philippines if to were Only Given a Chance. A nor is this belief found Only in h own family. Evidently the country thinks a too and that is on of the things of which he Ami Wear All proud. A we can Only hop that he will get the Opportunity to show w hat ii can clo. Were it not for his diplomatic handling of Spanish officers in puerto Rico they would never Hare surrendered As they did almost without striking a blow. Doubtless general Miles prestige As commanding general of the army bad some with the impressionable puerto Picans. A a somewhat similar development May be expected in the Phiiip ii should he in sent tiler certainly i May say without seeming to boast that he could be relied on to bring Almut the pacification of the South sea islanders who Are doubtless As impressionable arum As Sims kept Hie to tactful handling As were the spaniards Ami puerto a carts. A Oak a matter of my husbands ambition for the presidency he i hardly a Factor in the situation especially in View of the Way that Matte have been shaped for him at Washington. A of know they have refused to Clin make him a lieutenant general a rank which we think his record entitle him Iti Ai expediency or Adit Teal to. We should lie enjoined by Cut i mint of patriotism and eve of racial kinship to stand Alder to Boulder with our Brethren the suspect f Rance Ami bids in. Union Oft. 25. The sailing of the i be i Squadron for Gibraltar is now irked by the keenest observers indication that some unexpected attack upon British interests is possible. The magnitude of the preparations for the War. Which Are out of All proportion to the requirements of the military situation eau i adequately explained Only on the theory that flu government suspected that some great Power would be tempted to Cize the Opportunity for striking a sudden blow or carrying out a deeply cherished policy. The Quarter from which an attack of this kind May Conn is unmistakable. The russian press has had License to criticise the English policy in South Africa in the most acrid Way. Ami a Rumor that Herat May be occupied is already in the air. British commercial interests in Persia Are so Large that a russian seizure of a commanding position Iii we Tern Afghanistan would be a serious stroke inst free Trade. Of the Huron. S. I p result that the que to the department a opinion. While met let Osit Ion Iii St he Wilk remain As if is known i Portal Siti City. Civil service a Union rendered ii >2. Too i Lave i time an in in thi the the of revers which tinned is Olliee Ion a he i w if h the referred a for Art Given a it policy be Deli the Cas re re Dis ail or. It i Groat Shore la Miu i Vav Tartlet a Iii re Home. Strong been is grow i hip i a he if indu d in. Truth the interim a Twe As a classified offi cation Ami the clerk by reason to civil sir ice com in i Cia tied always it the discontinuance not Aff is a Ion til the the from d re of it in Rule Pointe once Iii Cia d to. The Clar Boyd is cd As Ai jell very �11 the application of civil serv it a that no clerk could in a an office after it had lied a tinted. And when by its re on it obtained a status ii Are Erv a of j. The try and part or Pinion of the tilt Ivad a a Ess Tow a i nit us trial ii Witt Trust we Benefit of i teed. The i the in co Nett to h we an with were in re a. In no is in a More Likely menace of the Dardanelles Black sea Fleet. The movement of Fleet to the Levant circulation of a Rumor inn Advance May be of aimed directly that seems a than the forcing by the russian i la powerful French Dine ides with the that the Kus in toed in while Fng kind i it preoccupied at War in South Africa. It also fits in with the explanation of a secret agreement Between great Britain Ami Germany. Who has already b in Given in previous dispatches. I his was that England in return for a free hand in South Africa in settling the Transvaal question. Had agreed not to make and he a twen1y years in prison. Hetman i i ii lid lot Lese n sentenced fat Cut up i by in murder. Chicago Ort. 23.�? Herman Hun Hausen of Herman. Mo., Nim has lice on trial for complicity in the of Walter f. Kocher Fie Tenil sentenced to Twenty years in tertiary. He is Only i y ii Tun Hausen and Richard hot partner Iii the crime went to room a there Koeller was me and stabbed him to death. During the trial Altit Trimai sanitary re oved Tram course of wept the High to a Vav ii i he tub sync to Iii or the Pem Oid. Be Koeller i in Bill a a to ii i Lune tile per ii e of her Fleet if tin German eni sheltered spot Safe. Hts body Yards from his party found Hith dead body. Where they would in was found less than 200 Home. The searching a dog stretched across Bruce was unmarried Symons still lives Deport Flint he had died proves untrue will probably recover. Ape town. Oct. 25. Word has been received from Natal that the Bullet has i men extracted from the wound if general Simons received at the Battle of Glencoe and that the cheerful �?~�?�<1 doing we. General Symmon for several Day in a critical condition and at one his death was re tried. Blare now confident ii will was time pin Nicias recover. That Groat Brit the verge of a a conflict far greater e Transvaal has Many supporters though Lack of All official information favors a conservative View of the remarkable military and naval act in it v <1 i to a desire to take thorough precautions w hich though ominous have at present no special bearing on the european relations. Kimberley deported attacked. London oct. 25. \ dispatch from Kimberley dated october 21, says a the armoured train was engaged this evening one of our men was killed. The Boer loss is Uncertain. Davitt to quit commons. And is native of Prince Edward Island. Matt Gregorich was found with his arms crossed upon his breast. His dog had followed the sheep into ramp and returned with the Rescue party too late in Herald working for a. Ii. Scoffin waking in the deep Snow. His Lizard eaten off by the sheep which had also eaten his clothes Aud part of his hoots. It is probable that tin death list is hardly lie gun. Flocks of sheep with a i ii is herds have been reported from a Rio ii Points in the storm District. Now the Snow covers up everything on the Prairie and the Coulee Many of them More than 1�o feet deep with Steep sides timing filled with it. Without exception this Wath most Verc and must fatal Moiler storm Ever occurring in Montana. Will design As a protest against Iii. Hoer War. London. Oct. 25. Michael Davit to Irish nationalist announced Iii the commons to Lay that a would resign tomorrow As a protest against the Boer War. Sword for Sampson. Jester indicted. Miss Uri grand jury binds him Over for murder. Paris. Mo., oct. 25. The grand jury yesterday afternoon returned an indictment for murder in the first a we Are r Mulc Tilv isolated but As Safe Pree against Alexander Jester in thas a charge of murdering Gilbert Gat s. Advices from Orange River. Cape so a of a Chie Ueo millionaire Twenty do by. M a the Orange free state t ight years ago. The indictment con Lei. A the Boer have taken Kris it air twelve counts and covers every in. In till of Kimu rely. It is sup theory of murder from unknown i the Boer arc a Quot i vane i us on runs to a knife pistol Aud Poison i v t 1 1 1 a 1. I cretan of state Jolo Hermau so in t the world s will spend Tho coming Winter Iii his a a Kiln Relya i i -1 a Quot tied Washington Howe. Testimonial of new Jersey to the hear Admiral. Trenton x. J., oct. 26.-�?Admiral Sampson yesterday was presented with a sword by governor Vorhees on behalf of the rat of new Jersey As a Mark of appreciation of his services during the Spanish american War. The presentation took place in the a Seibly chamber of the Capitol in the presence of a distinguished audience of naval officers and persons prominent in the Public an social life of the Tate. Naval officers present included nearly All of these associated with Admiral s Impson before the Entrance to Santiago Harbor. Among those present were rear Admiral Mcville captains Chadwick of re new York Taylor of th1 Indiana Philip of the Texas Clark of the Oregon Sands of the Columbia Brocton of the Yankee Tiiu of re Prairie folder of flit Keai org i a la h an to of the Pawnee. Iowans from Cape Nome. Des motile party arrive at san Franr la in. San Francisco Cal. It. 23. The Schooner Louisa d arrived from no Nome with n party of seventeen iowans mostly from Nevada Ami in Moines. The vessel left Cape Nom sept Evilier 25. But encountered a heavy storm on the 29th lifter being in calmed half a Day off Xun Ivak pass. October k Char la. Bough of Nevada died of dysentery and was buried at sea. The party on the Louisa dare a part of the Hawkeye Prospect company of which a. Foil sin of de Moines a at the head. Ii May. 19. They went to Kotzebue sound. Finding no Gold they started the next Spring for in Nom. Five on sleds Ami the others in a vessel. One of tin sled was occupied by i it a. A. Chester la France of de Moines Ami George Ashford of Nevada. La. They ran out of food and matches and Chr. I France As fro to to death and was buried in the Snow. Ashford finally reached ape Nome. All the iowans who Cann Down have some Gold and own claims in Iii g in. Nome District. I hey Derlere the country is Rich and will return in tin Spring. Cooper hangs himself. No reason a is Ujiie for Are of a Clinton avar a Dicran. Clinton in., oct. 23.�? Fred Miller. Aged so years committed suicide sit his Home in Maquoketa last night by hanging himself Iii his Cooper shop. He was a Ines never of c company i. Thirty first volunteers. Nor it it i a assigned for his act As he was prosperous and seemingly Happy. M leaves a w Ife and family. R were to decide to follow up his visit to Jerusalem with a serious attempt to colonize any a motion of Asia minor and to bring it under German influence. Not to Hermit annexation. Berlink to. 23. Telegrams from Brussels i n non Nee that in the Transvaal legation Circle it is state that France anti rits in evil not permit the annexation of the Transvaal Anil Orange free state to England. The Central committee of the German re Cross society is sending surgeons nurses and Complete ambulance materials to the Transvaal by the cast Africa line Steamer leaving Naples in november for Delegon Bay. The English red toss society to what in offers of similar assistance Wert made declined them with thanks. Gives color to humor. London. Ort. 23. A so mend Bartlett had a question before the Lions of commons asking whether the government hat any information of a coalition Lief Ween the foreign Powers against Groat Britain. A. A. Balfour government Leader privately asked Bartlett not to put the question which was formally pm of. I Soled until thursday but it is not a sex fleeced to by heard of again. Balfour a action tends to give color to the apprehension of foreign trouble which is entertained in certain parliamentary circles though the ministers have privately declared that Thev have received no information to surf Mart such a report. D not know i by tended to kill Koeller. After tier was done however he e to stay with Horne k anti take half of the blame. In i cell today Iloe Ueck asserted that Hind Hauseng a Story was True. A i never told a living soul what i intended to do a said Hornick. A Al lunch Hausen is innocent so far As previous knowledge of the crime is concerned. La Oseneek. W to is 20 years old. Pm ailed guilty to the murder be it mls or 21. A do von know von can in hanged on ver. Ver our Rico Des y of in inst j the United a respond Vav he sufferers. Alii Nill continues in the Islar business is resuming its i Oriti Lenee in the Good Pur United state is timing raised throughout the arc Quot for these re. If hers. I a Williau it the United St thursday the in Levi. As a Day of id Pray or to he in possess the Hon plants. Thy of t a ates. W a generous the insure Ion me i by re it Al of Nativi pose the irs Ami called he pro i Aid to Keetion Luzon y. And of die Esta Kilt or its re ill n c is i Jolt it in new i r those in thi ii riling t on la lie a Ting order a i v in to this co pm Iii it. Net Isi lie the de ii As such by Nti nent and ids As Well at sea or sound i advise us exercises churches or ii u Merys it or lieu a the a Efti Olge a liked a i log replied Hoe ii j a a a a is �?o1 to guilt v. The three voting men h data in ii i a by Trine is College together until Koe let to ii and work in hic ago. It a ii St in a set at first that they were Peak Over a Young Wonia in. La Ter tiie in if de or wat put Down to the info in Mer of or. Ashy novels. Aat nth e boy a of a rear rest d each wrote a Belt and Carrie a a i Revol ver. Their a Ife Hel were stuffed with k lives Dagger a Plesti ids an d Dii lie univ Al. They Earrie i conf a Derat e in it Nev in p Quot Ukehe. Nuder their arms. Thev a a sex peeled to go to Europe i by Vav a of halt in Ore after the i irl r. Floe new a confess d in a the �?�a1 i a1 in i Tost sight lint fervent prs a nay Ive offer re to the r most High i of infill to Rte of the divine Guin a a it i lout Vav Hie or Many off i to Ste v my for div ii re Eon Billon to Tiv a use k Indre d and to Riend have i a the re to heir to yes for t i to fmay a Rem for Iowa supreme court. Tie in to i hot vex ii Al Ile Way the Day after the murder. A i intended to avenge big he exclaimed. A file a assassinated in Hermann. Alo., and i have teen told the father of Walter Koeller had been concerned in a a a hats All Bosh a said the inspector to Lief Kipsey. A a he a been Reading a Lime Hoe neck went wit a at the Hon aah after recognized my Votee Ami Drew to his trousers lie lit a match and it up to the Gas. Just a he did i put my Arm around him and it him Tiree or four time. Ile and we hurried to a car. I am sorry now j killed ii Hided Moville Des Moines. La., Iet. 25.-ireme court halide Dow n a he following eases today Cassidy is. Manchester i i Nee company Appellant in Nie District affirmed. Stoner Appellant is. I Western railway co in Psi by rid affirmed. Rincon Appellant is. Hartwell be insure Tea Wutika a ago Iron Butler Dis Bolk list i Kotama stat Kafir Cati list i lbs rift Ippe Lunf. Affirmed. Bros. A. Johnson Appellant it rid affirmed. Bunk of tailor App hint. Is. Fill District affirmed. In is. Fallows a Tnie Hie a annulled. I Washio of Gro Ell Tim ii Myles re or wants sore Bank notes. Removed to Dubuque. Catholic summer school formerly at Madison a i., Hanges sue. Dubuque la. Oct. -3.�? it h i a practically settled that the it re in summer school. Flt r five years j of i rated at Madison. Ave i. Wal be re to Dubuque. Several other Peitit a it re Abo after in. Tho achoo j. of re. Largest in the country a i brooded by i no or More. Str Agency following the Harvest a. Sucre lure gag to it Washington. Ort. 25. Secretary a age. In his forthcoming report will advocate the Extension of Bank not currency. I he Secretary said that fax regarded the recent Stringency in flu new y Ork Money Market Ami other a in eras an argument for his plan and that i views had not changed i will org Congress to adopt new i Laos along the line he believes to insane. A the agricultural districts of the j the Secretary said a would a a a Ltd Quot Laidly by Ben fixed by an extra. I to b no note currency the Finda nov Euleut As it Halinea going on to lurid. The Fiat four week form i or snug contrast to the m ver it a j it Van in if the condition Whit i i l lie would be fulfilled it i he Stabb Erie i Street the two Vav raw left. App a or the we Tern a raw Ford distr to recall Consul Wildman. Two h a cd i held Shore duty Fok Sig Bie. Aall la it to veil of the e oui Lata ii i of the Tex a. Washington. Ort. 25�?captain Iticia la to he relieved of the conman of the Texas about december i ant iut foul to duty in the Davy department As chief of the Bureau of a. In at Tate lit genre relieving a pm Nan Ler Richard a. Clover. The tatter will go to London ainu it attach of the United states embassy there relieving lieutenant commar r j of in or huh lint relation a till guilt a a i i toll la Alist. A Urf land. Ore. Oct. 23.�?the Oregon i a to. Fall from his Post rib Man. United state eat Hong Kong is Ironne us id he is to lie relieved Frau a a a ii be and the Quot cause is h a Ion with the affairs of Agui filipino rebel. The Success will lie or. Edward be it �?�8 Consul at Anion w h in called to a Ashing too to n has r Bael a Vii i i a new the us wed urea Ary Iowa Eastern Star. It no a Hoe a i Lon to put the for to m at new York it repair to re f r Detent of the Vorte Wever. Though oar a to it or. Yet no Cath i report i j,4 07 a lid 22 it Davenport la., a a in Star convention by thi morning rep t ? i. P i ii a id 2 new chapter. Al eur Pership of w i a pier. 25-the in to Ihlia a met form its 12,407 As the in the Treasury

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