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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 30, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume xvii. Coers waiting for Joubert s column Mitchel. South Dakota. Monday october to. I Hua num blk 7 jct Pone attack on Ladysmith until reinforcements read them. Breathing spell for britons doer inaction gives Thom a much needed Hest ii Rizic Ger in deported to have arrived at Glencoe. At , oct. 30. Rho position Ladysmith without being alarming is sufficiently Dang oils to excite anxiety. Evidently the Boers Are trying to repeat their Dundee tactics. Roughly est i mated they have 17, Mai men As against 12,000 British. General sir George Stewart White has the letter artillery but ids is of lesser rattle. The delay in the Hoer attack is reported to he due to tile non arrival of commandant general Joubert a column. This Lins Given the British a much needed respite after their recent exertions. Everything it is now considered hinges upon general White s resources and judgment. Nothing is How n regarding tile Progress of defensive works for the Protection of censor More Active than Ever. According to the daily chronicle s correspondent a the new regulations limit the number of words allowed for press messages to one fourth of the number allowable Farmers Iii the neigh Lionhood of Ladysmith have left their farms and Stock to the mercy of the Boers and arc congregating Iii the town. The two guns the Boers have mounted Are powerful weapons. They Are the ones used in shelling Dundee Aud it is a matter of considerable Surprise How they managed to transport such heavy pier s. Gain it i it reported that president Krueger accompanied to the front in a splendidly fitted i Raveling Wagon. The Standard s correspondent at Ladysmith. Telegraphing saturday sends a statement that the Boers Haw captured mid s. A loss that mild seriously inconvenience the British transports. The attempt of the Boers to Cut the railway at Pieters was frustrated by British cavalry. The wife of general Jan Kook has arrived at Ladysmith under a Flag of truce to nurse Lier wounded husband. All the unfounded Boer prisoners have Lieen sent to Durban to prevent any attempt at Rescue. The explanation of the alleged Boer massacre at Dundee appears to in that a it ordon of the town guards although fairly warned by general Yule before Bis retirement continued to carry arms and thirty of them were shot before the Boers discovered w to they were. The body of sir William Symons was buried without a coffin shrouded in the Union Jack. Later accounts of the first Battle and flu evacuation of Dundee do not give these a lairs a Rosier Hue. Owing to the shelling of Glencoe Camp the Telegraph operators were compelled to scamper with numerous in forwarded dispatch s. When the Boers enter they indulged in general stores but apparently did Wise molest flu populace. In the first Battle the Boers captured flu Maxim of the eighteenth Hussars but Only after tie entire Crew of tin gun. With one exception had been disabled. T a survivor effectually damaged the gun. Only two officers of the staff of general Symons came off without a wound. Gain it is asserted the moment the Royal Dublin Fusiliers reached la Summit of the Kopje at Glencoe the Boers showed a White Flag and asked a truce to Burn their dead. The Brit Jett Thorne of England almost killed in his fight with lanky Bob be Heuiet the military commander of i in hot do the town sent out a train with a de to i Uhalu us i detachment of the Loyal North Lama Shire regiment under command of a Cit in dec la i ii i it Jor Murray together with two guns la in 111 Lull Merull of the Diamond Fields artillery Limiter Captain May. The latter went by the Road. I he enemy dispatched a big Force for the purpose of intercepting these guns. The Boers occupying a Strong position upon a wooded Ridge at the right of the Road opened a furious fusillade at a Range of 800 Yards before our guns could be in timbered. A the Volunteer artillery though taken at a disadvantage behaved with great coolness Ana quickly got their guns into action shelling the Bush which concealed the enemy wit ii great vigor. A fortunately the Boers Nark than slip was bad and they were disconcerted by our Shell fire. One projectile was seen to burst among a body of Boers nil of whom Are believed to have been killed. Quot at this critical moment the Loyal North Banca Shires returned by the train which had gone further North. Under co or of our guns they attacked unconscious twelve minutes had to to carried from tile ring by his acc oud same a old left hand Jolt does the work. Before giving the exhibition data asked someone in the audience win had Bern a Soldier to fire a Musket. Ile by a responded. A fire straight a me but a lit11 Over to the left a sue latal Bult a of the scenes ji�-1 be fur they went on. As soon As Lontai had taken his position before the audience he culled to Benya in a loud voice a Cairn Here a pointing to his breast a aim right at int heart. Don t a Benya took the instructions literal amt fired. Fatal threw his hands Iii the air and fell screaming to the floor. He was taken to a Hospital and died yesterday after making to statement exonerating Benya. I is not known whether Hula made a Blunder in loading the gun or used Leaden bullets wishing to be killed. Difficulties of Young s Advance i sect Tina nees the to will ii Lect o r pm list to iter Matt / useless sacrifice of officers lives in to american March to Cabanatuan is hampered by Rivers ravines and deep mud. Get the ire to on in ,1 to the Aguinaldo still at Tarlac to bring Back heroes bodies Chicago oct. 30.�?jeff Thorne of England was knocked out by Bob Fitzsimmons in one minute of fighting at i Attersall s saturday night. Thorne who was evidently very much afraid of Fitzsimmons did not land a mingle the enemy s Koppe driving the Boers blow Ami Only made one Light attempt out of it. I heir Volley firing was effective. And the Boers beat a Hasty Retreat. Our mounted troops were too tired by their previous exertions and moreover not sufficiently numerous to follow the enemy. A among the Boer dead was commandant Botha of bos Lief. The body of the Boer Leader was found and identified. He had been shot through the right breast. Among the papers found on Bothams hotly was a letter from head commandant vessels instructing him to seize Castle Kenilworth As soon As practicable. Ibis is believed to have been the object of the Boer movement. A your losses a re four killed and eleven wounded. T Hose of the enemy Are in doubt but probably considerable. One of our Cape cd iceman had a 1 narrow escape. His hat was perforated twice and two Bullet holes were found in his coat but in spite of these close shaves he was an example for Ireland. British a member it St strongly of the no d Dundee looting of not of Bor ish artillery was ordered to cease fir i in and the Boers took advantage of the Opportunity to Retreat in Masse. Otherwise they would have been decimated by the British Cannon. The special correspondent of the daily mail at Ladysmith telegraphing sunday describes the arrival of the War balloon thereon saturday. It was welcomed in said with wild dances by the Kaffir who regard it As a deity. Generals White and Hunter both us a cled it in sunday and reconnoitre a the enemy a position. According to the latest reports from Cape town general Loubert has of hands with the free state forces and there Lias Lwen some output fighting. President Krueger has Arri veil at Glencoe. Kimberley watches a l ight. The daily Telegraph publishes this dispatch from its special correspond i ent a Kimberley tuesday by dispatch Micier to Grange River thursday a Hor engagement the cond my i no phase of which was fought out within sight of Kimberley and was witnessed by , spectators took place today before Daybreak. A patrol of mounted police and volunteers numbering Over 300 men. Was dispatched under command of major Scott Turner to make recon Naissance northward beyond Mcfarlane s farm. An armoured train supported the reconnaissance. A major Scott Turner got in Contact w a the enemy at an Early hour they were first seen in scattered parties but quickly appeared in considerable Force it idea voting by Maneu vers on the right to get Between Scott turns patrol and the armoured train. A soon As he became aware of the lad Tim i fighting had begun colonel David thinks Boer ii a an object lesson for Erin. New York oct. A is. The world s London correspondent save Michael David has Given me the highly important signed statement that follows setting Forth his reasons for resigning his seat in the British parliament a my resignation is prompted by three reasons closely related to each of her. A i have spoken in the House of this War with the Boers As a organized infamy. I his is what the civilized world outside of the jingles will Call it. But the House of commons approves this War supplies the Money for its prosecution and endorses the criminal policy which led up to it. The Only protest still left to me to make against this monstrous action of the Lamont is to cease to be of it. A secondly i feel in about the non a lindane Tion Alist members in the House during the tight for the Transvaal a cause. To combat the Fuh ferocity of the Jingo War policy were left Only Dillon and three of four More of us. With an average backing of thirty. In the division our colleague. Remained in the lobbies. This is a disc inc to the popular representatives of Ireland who number eighty one men. Some of the absentees Are known to be pro British and opposed to the Boers in this War. I shall do my Best now that i am again a free Man to Hunt these supporters of Brit ish infamy out of their Irish constituencies. A thirdly i Ani convinced that it is a waste of titties and Energy for me to remain in the House appealing for Justice to an Assembly that is dominated by Money Ami lust for Conquest. England is now the most unscrupulous enemy of Liberty among the civilized nations. Her Money Ami her callous Commerce Are poisoning the Wells of Liberty All Over the world. A apart from this War against the dutch race in son111 Africa English forces have slaughtered thousands upon thousands of natives in the Region of the Soudan the negro in Sierra a one Oom Assie i Ganda and elsewhere during the seven years i have been in the House. A to in All this is murder and robbery on a scale of Imperial magnitude no for the basest motives. It has been done by Kex Riti ally. Professing purposes of civilization and humanity which the Devil himself would be ashamed to assume under such circumstances. A lustily i ask myself this question of two Little nations like tin Transvaal and the Orange free state with a combined population of less than that of san Francisco can Challenge England a military might on the Field of Battle can i teat English soldiers even Vav Hen out numbered As the hours did both at Dundee and Eland Slaatte eau threaten the prestige of England with the most serious blow it has received during this Century if i say a hand ii i of people can do t his in t heir fight for Independence tin Iri a Salt it which numbers at Lea 20300,000 at j the present Day is called upon to View the problem of Home Rule in the new Light of these startling facts. A today we Are simply scolding about England a Rule Iii Ireland. Women could do that better than men. If that is All men can do. Ireland s cause will be dead and deservedly damned. A Michael Davit t. A to lend with his left the blow falling Short by several inches. The blow delivered by Fitzsimmons was a Short left Jolt which did not puss through six indies of space before lauding on Thorness jaw. After Thorne was counted out Fitzsimmons picked him up bodily and carried him to his Corner placing him on a chair which Sam Fitzpatrick who had been confident of Thorness Victory had placed hurriedly on the platform. Fitzsimmons entered the ring it 10 25, Thorne following three minutes later. Fitzsimmons was attended by Martin Julian and yank Kenny. I borne was Seconde by Sam Fitzpatrick Patsy Haley and Joe Sullivan. Fitzsimmons looked fat at least eight pounds Over what he would be if in first it lass condition. T he men agreed to fight Marquis of Queens Kerry rules breaking free. Round fit fainting Thorne appeared afraid and kept away. Fife led with the left and missed. Fit lands hard on Chest. Fit lands left on face. Fit feints with right and in is is the right for head. Fit lands left on jaw knocking him Down and out. Time of fight i minute. T Horne fell Flat on his Back. His legs drawn up spasmodically and he rolled slowly Over on his hands and Knees in a vain attempt to regain his feet. J the Effort was futile however and he fell Flat on his face utterly unconscious. Malichi Bogan the referee Bent Chi Over him with his Mouth at Thorne s ear shouting the seconds but Thorne Lay like a dead Man. After turning on Bis face to neither moved nor seemed to breathe so completely knocked out was he. Thorne after pm ing carried to his Corner was surrounded by a group of friends who Laboured anxiously to bring him to. He was drenched repeatedly with cold water. Fitzsimmons in the meantime stall Ling by anxiously doing what he could do for the vanquished Man. Thorne was held in his chair by Sam Fitzpatrick Aud by Sullivan. And although Able to move slightly was As dead to the world As when he Lay on the mat. Ile was in his Corner twelve minutes and was then Carlie from the ring by his seconds. Unable to a walk. But having regained a Small measure of intelligence. As in Vav As carried through the ropes lie rolled his head wearily towards Sam Fitzpatrick and said it was a Cha Nee blow. The right Side of his jaw where Fitzsimmons struck him was badly swollen. Fitzsimmons fought with All his old time fire and was As Spry and shifty on his feet Sis lit had Ever been. He appeared Many founds overweight for ins proper condition but was Quick As lightning with i hands. His fainting was extremely rapid and his blows hot Iii so fast that Thorne never Hail a Chance to evade More than one. Thorne was beaten at the Start. His face us the men met in the Center of the ring was White and drawn and at every feint made by Fitzsimmons with if her hand he would Duck Iii a seared Way. Once he ducked when Fitzsimmons was five feet away from him with no intention of striking at him. Ile was utterly outclassed in fighting ability and through his own Lark of Confidence lost every Chance he might j have had of winning out or staying the limit. Tin bout was to have Len six rounds and it wus generally believed that Thorn would on account of his bowing against Craig and Mccoy be Able to last if not the limit at least three rounds. Sam Fitzpatrick his Backer expressed himself in fore the men entered tin ring As being confident that Thorne would win saying if lie did not believe so lie never would have brought him to Chicago to fight Fitzsimmons. After the fight was Over he held to the opinion that the blow which knocked out his protege was a piece of Lurk on the port of Fitzsimmons but those who have seen Fitzsimmons fight before know Lxi to Ter. It was the same lightning Jab that won Fitzsimmons the championship at Carson Ity and the same Quick blow that Laid Maher on his Blick for two minutes at Langtry Tex. Victims of philippine War will be i. Tit ii hied. Washington oct. 80. In pursuance of the policy of bringing the Soldier dead from the Distant Isles of the sea. The War department a sent i. In Rhodes to Manila to exhume the bodies of the boys in Blue who yielded up their lives in the Philippines. Or. Rhodes is con be Ted with the quartermaster s department Ami Hail charge of the work of bringing to deeds from Cuba last Spring. The fir of the philippine dead will in sent Back by the returning transports which Are now carry ing troop to the islands and will probably reach this country about the first of the year. For every body for which application has Len filed at the War department by relatives or friends transportation will la furnished to the Homes of the applicants or to such Points As they May designate. Til unclaimed la lies will be buried Iii a National cemetery on the Pacific const or else brought to Arlington for burial. Great care has Len taken in marking the Graves of american soldiers Iii the Philippines and it i thought that there will la but few unknown dead Anil next nearly so Large a percentage As in the Lodies returned from Cuba. The bodies of american soldiers left in Cuba and puerto Rico last Spring and the bodies of Tho who have died in those islands since will be brought Beek to thi country in december. The returning ships hearing the dead from the Philippi a will Stop at Hawaii to gather up the few bodies of american soldiers interred there. Filipino i Ender Anil Ilia so called Congress reported there Bates is ordered to to Lithern Island. Sen a to d b e p Drift. The Lei the a Trita. Vav d fat a Ca ii the protest in Brit air it custom exposure Cit against the an that compels in Bathe forces May be enbarrasse0 re of a car makers and expansion. I Oles tradition is ignored and a nude officer Heck cover British forces Vav ill be handicapped. 4 Ippi Manila get. 30. 9 30 a. In. General Young is advancing upon Caban Luau. Nuder difficulties. The country is furrowed with Rivers and deep ravines the Bridges Over which have been destroyed the ii ill is deep rations Are Short an i the transportation of ship a plies has been delayed by Low wafer Ami the poor condition of the roads. There a sufficient stores however j to keep the brigade. The insurgents for u Long time have lived off the i country. Impoverishing it. The american horses Are it yet accustomed to 1 the native grass an a Long Bullock train hits left for san Fernando ear Rit in Hay of the Valley. The e spaniards report that there Are to it insurgents it aban Luau. W. I t it a i propose out of it of the i 50.000 i v Iga i s a Hie rest come a America a Xii Ion i ago. It it re incl Iran Bas a on in o 4 oui til it Acron let. Print the of Atli a to gee internal Itter it the t la the prize fight a la Francois. Kick from the French it Ham i ii tips tint British opponent the jets ii gunboat Laguna de Bay Dis a Force of rebels who were engaged in constructing trenches la Pond Santo Kuna. The Law it was fired upon by a party of insurgents bearing a White hug. She is now aground. Numbers of chinese Are coming to Angeles from Turbit paying the insurgents for the privilege. It is req sorted that Aguinaldo ant the filipino Congress Are still at Tarim. There Are about 3<j0 insurgents lie fore Angeles. They have been quiet for the past week. Two thousand re lids Are at Bamban. Five Miles to the North. General Bate Bas been recalled Felt a san Fernando and ordered to it sail for the Southern islands ass in As possible. Paris Franca chump Chai pit a Moon fori for Oft. I be we or. In it the Smriti in to know Fri with the Man or but the men i of a sfas it ruin e 1 a Lem the d tits to it is a Var of Leat. Gnu my. I it i Iii in tie Kaiser. Iowa supreme court. That it Del to is hand Down Moines. S. La. Get. 2s. Al Des Joubert s sympathy. Results of football games. Boer commander Telegram on Symons death. Durban. Natal get. 0. Iii reply 1� an inquiry made by him general sir George Stewart White received the following Telegram from commandant Jon by of a i must express my by a Putley. General Symons unfortunately a badly wounded and died. La was buried yesterday. I Trust the great god will speedily bring to a close this unfortunate state of affairs brought about by unscrupulous speculators and capitalists Vav to went to the Transvaal to Ole Fain wealth and in order to further their own interests misled others and brought about this shameful state of warfare Over All South Africa Iii which so Many valuable lives have and Are being sacrificed As instance general Symons and other. A express my sympathy to lady Symons in the loss of Lier Rosebery on the War. Say it Vav As due to Hoer of torts to a put Back the 4 London oct. 2. Lord Rosebery in a speech at a private dinner of Oli tiemans referred to the War and the heavy loss of life saying that they had to deplore the death of general Symons and la fore they sheathed the sword there would be Many Mon such houses. In the meanwhile he added the country ought to present a United front to the enemy. In his opinion the Transvaal was not a very complicated question but merely the Effort of a Community to a put Back the referring to Maijohn Hill lord Rosebery said or. Gladstone s action was determined by the Ladief that the Power of great Britain was so great that she coaids afford to do things other nations could not afford to do without risk. The Boers regarded or. Gladstone s magnanimity As a proof of weakness upon which thee could encroach. French naval moves. Section Crew run Down. Carlinville ii oct. 29.�?a Handcart on the Jacksonville and St. Louis Railroad. Carrying James Bry an Foreman John Norvell George Cramer and Samuel Allen members of the Section Crew of the Quincy Carrollton and St Louis Road was run Down by an engine near Barnet today. All were killed except Bryant his magic failed to work. A new York performer killed by i assistant. New York oct. 30.�?Michael fatal a magician died in Bellevue Hospital yesterday from Bullet wounds inflicted by his assistant. Frank Benya in an East Side Hall while they were performing a feat in which fatal was to have seemingly caught in his Teeth Bullet fired at him from a gun by Benya fatal himself loaded the gun. An old fashioned Musket tired by a Pere us it i it Vul Cap. On top of the charge of powder he supposedly placed s a Dummy Quot Bullet that would crumble into powder when the Musket was fired. Instead he must have substituted two Lead bullets of 3.9 Caliper. Reported that a Squadron who go to the a ape. Paris Ort. 29.�?the journal asserts thut five cruisers of the French Squadron now at the Piraeus the port of Athens have been ordered to place themselves in readiness to go to the a ape. A dispatch to the Petit journal from Toulon says a two or three of the fastest cruisers have let Een ordered to go to de by goo Bay and russian warships will follow the f Figaro while Point cd out the contradictory rumours from Toulon on the subject of the dispatch of a naval division from the Southeast coast says a it is certain that the Cruiser Assard sailed from Toulon to port said on the receipt of an important Telegram enclosing sealed Mergenthaler dead. Chicago mid Pennsylvania tie it or hell defeat Princeton. T hic go . The foot Bull eleven of the University of Pennsylvania barely escaped defeat at the hands of the University of Chicago eleven Iii a Gam that for desperate playing has Seldom been equated in the West. The final score was a tie both sides scoring a touchdown in the second half Ami neither kicking goal leaving the total score 5 to 5. Ithaca. N. A. Let. 30. In Cue of define foot Ball games that Corn i has Ever waged against an opposing eleven she wrested Victory from Princeton by a score of it to 0. Throughout the two Twenty minute halves which were repeatedly interrupted by various players succumbing to the Strain of the to ret work. The teams struggled with Odd slightly in favor of Cornell. Princeton was outplayed la nth in defensive an offensive work. And As the game Progress Cornell seemed to let out a great Reserve Force which was productive of telling work. The great feature of the game was Young s goal from the Field which won the contest for Cornell. It was made in the last few minutes of play just at the time when it looked a if the game would be a tie. New York. To t. 30. At Manhattan Field in a game that was fiercely contested throughout the football eleven of Columbia defeat Eft that of Yale by the score of 5 to 0, made in the second half. In addition to this Columbia Carrieth Ball across Yale a line two times in the same half neither of which was allowed because of some technicality. The referee classed the latter play As a Touchback and gave \ tile a fre Kirk from her 25-Yard line. Hiis was of to Avail however As weeks carried the Ball Over again for a touchdown on the first lineup after this kick. It was a Beautiful run of about forty five Yards in which weeks dodged everal of the Yale players in eluding Plain Mcbride and Currie the Ball squarely Between the goal posts. Wilson made a poor try at an easy goal and the score a Columbia 5, Yale 0. Thi ended the game with tie Ball Iii the Middle of the Field. Champaign Iii., Ort. 30. Michigan nod Illinois Battle for supremacy sat inlay and the former won by a score of 5 to 0. Neither scored in the first half. . Mass. Oct. 30. While Harvard had no difficulty in disposing of the famous Carlisle Indian eleven s Turda afternoon on Soldier Field the Crimson players were unable to keep Little Hudson from kicking his customary goal from the Field and a wretched Muff by Gier Norh Early in the game foil owe i by a Quick pickup by Redwater who ran fifty cards for a touchdown gave the visitors 5 More Points making the score 22 to to. I a Primc co ions in the Hart is. City bail Jar rapid Purcell. Northwest Rison to is or state of hint Jack state of Keokuk i stat Favett t it Temh Folk Eli div 101 Appel in la it r Iowa ded Dow Tell non cellar in it an to of Dis if i Tri of i of British officers re is now frequently i i in the army itself i regulation do not must not lie Down. Established principle the i take a Brave Man to in change and the adage of Soldier. A follow w he revel leads a is held St Iii t o i True for though the off the personnel of the army i As Ever it has been in the i great Britain they at f time maintain that a a to try needs More leading than ail the world so the spilling Britain a Best blood is like Tine for the present. The proportion of the a a whole has caused a thrill and sympathy throughout t Ain for the people now beg ize what a fight with a Chili he by Hie of Intel a lie y til of y to null it by of Simf Kinsy in in i real con by after Lant i Means. Old Soldie the i attle of ainu test Battles in a crack a Safe. Successful Macle by a 5 i too Iitto Ilii Davenp looted the Glass con cured frill thousand disco pc re i it it la. Get. F the the Burgin r a i. 29.�?i or k s me t Pittsburg plat St night and Seti Stamps. In a cd was left in no Clew to tit the Cana it i whereas in merits they figure. A to the sons # Point it Lar Iii so Only rent by a Rable a it i the Arni Iteli Mon kissed. To r a1 Burr a in eral Whites six a of his move and it is Sui by re Hen up or who general n element i those w at to real listed enemy out that at i the Bloodfin # annals Tih a cent it or engage need that and the a we want increased wages. Davenport Gnu to a work Fin ploy a v strike. La venjor1 employees o works Dent Secretary b Cago tuesday if his conferee a strike will or tor \ is own a i Ter it Gen the conf in. To Thiv Ishio us null i a a get masters. A pensions i in Vav be. I a or i Ailo a. V of of at a state. My Tim. F j a to Ira 12. Is tora to la a i i tease William g. Kif thu. My j t 12 in. A to Man h ay1 Park Zuburg. Is to 10 a or Lind Lier Bone. Mars Tun ii. R v in 12 Al. A Arr f. Ween Ian. My junk a to. A tags is Willows dab t. Fun. To. I Nile i be. In. Rose m m air a a. A by Al ugh ii Ila Tell. a Art. A 2. I. Ita 5 4 Quot a it a. Carroll j. Thorp. Nebr. Bantin Dakota Roscoe 5 i a Ort p re a to Albert \ Jot to brn we to i ii-1 it Jih hers i Winfall to i. In the. Lull Nell ha1 be la a Kinney moved Glen Al ten. 9 a. Nye. Vice j. 2s pensions hive in k. A a it a or a a is quod River. A to Trank a it to to a ism postmasters follows Ellinda. Lucas you vice n Nevers. A Woodbury county. W w. Karel resigned Washington. Ort been granted As follows Iowa additional w Illiam t. Logan Burrell. Fat Rosi increase Barney Seal Olin. F to jul j in t bus r. 9.nth Ottumwa Jim to tit Henry w s song i1 m int a it to jul Albert Vav. Scott. Marshalltown. A a to Al. Henry Kusta bother. I. Is. A to Jit. South Dakota restoration and Reissa jest us i. Phillips dead sex a 14 25 Nebraska increase George Hinton. York to to a commander there taut Post than the i himself. As gent was considered to Tuanqu sign. Genera and Hunter were a Indian faction for always been More or to general Roberts Ujj i Iuro Peun Iii regarding Kur Opeai a rent Britain a plans j emergency continue. 1 Cie Neve publishes a Iliff Maut biopic saying that handing the Porte a n Date demanding the no bosporus and the Dart great Britain is a part Maud russians action w stir up a Harriet nest which the Transvaal q quite insignificant. Such reports have a to on Consols and in spite South african sect Iriti Sid Erable uneasiness or the d in d it her we ii by r vent i n int to the Crha Maisti Tirane in Tiki tend pressing feet f the loom in i there is South. Stock Exchange regarding the future action of Russia and i Ranee. So the african mine shares Are no longer referred to As they Are now called a British a while South Africa is optimistically described As a Mineral Zed Egypt. Russia is reported to be endeavouring to raise a loan of a i2.000.ft00 in Paris but so far so the cond it it have not beef about 23ww w i has been in it non Josh i fight against Roberts. It i it Tim Rel i 4 a it it Gross. Philadelphia it. 2�. The International commercial engr it Xiv continued discos song it Obj egg re a g to Trade Intercourse Between the United Staten Ami South american count i. Thrown out of a it a threatened strike Gia cers and other in claiming Shorter he a dons on the sub the surface men a strike will lie Gin on toned it w ill Rhen possible for the min Der ground. Of bin it Ieese til. England the War. A Likely to Max a i by inn it Rechani urn. It have Monee the in ate to fail i Imp am the to to conf irn no offer to Schley. Inventor of Linotype typesetting machine passes away. Baltimore. Oct. 29.�?ottmar Morgenthaler inventor of the Linotype typesetting machine died this in ring of consumption. Ordered to Manila. Washington oct. 29.�?the la Den Gould furnish in fund to league for Sam Iai service. I new York. Oct. 29.�?mbs Helen Mailer Gould has Given $6,000 to the leucine for social service to be used in a crusade against mormonism. The league has issued ljwvo.000 pamphlets in pursuance of miss Gould Diree dons. They Are aimed directly at mor a monism and Brigham h Roberts a Ron a Man anti will be distributed fall of t the country. W Ben they Are i Merci v exha Stet Pavilion More will follow the it a rattled author. Atlanta const it it Ion a not Verv courteous author replying to one of the interview syndicates that had prop ended the question. A when do you write and what do you get for Vav a you write a said a i write when i please and it s non i of your darn business w hat i get for i w a i a rite a a but Vav Hen the mar editor i the Syndicate informed him that i wanted to know hts Tern s might Forward him a t Heck f. Democratic denial a of a a a Dencer humor. St. Louis. Get. 2 colonel m. Bell. Sex superintendent a eign mail service denies a i authority of a Nirmin r of to erratic National committee. 1 Miral Schley had been or to Ina Don for the vice or United states >1 i e filet t. Be Prest Nicholls the for Iver. By a i Thad Nom of the set it it ii some wo1 them. The pamphlets and Blunk Piti j infantry a been ordered from Imp dons will be sent to 50,000 clergymen changed i or end v rot v a Meade pa., to new York to take the i and to hundreds of clubs and of Petit. Of information with an apology transport Thomas for the philippine these together with a varied Assort postscript. In remt no
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