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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 31, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota. Tuesday. October 31. Iso. Num Bah to Gen White reports Boers driven Back yesterday s engagement at Ladysmith was of an indecisive character strategy of tue burghers i no Iii i ii id put lies indicate they arc displaying surprising generalship losses Eji it heavy. Let. Ai. The War office received a dispatch which London Lien has says Iii a i a lenient pre Giotto i Quot a fore Back sift s cd British los in of r his be hours were in la Rifer ii my better artillery. Nern i White s it i spat i 40 j. M. Yester the the bad l Clat a i Dup Rcpt the works. I Ilova i bite has fought an enu a Lily with general which was pushed a viral hours fighting t about too men and were much greater. Hers and High was eyed All the to Hii Gator Garrisi it Anio Utain i h Fusiliers Ami t to w y. Reads Ops Here tors to t to Clear moved i during mules s i Nils which a Over. Theta Kup a i posit to my left Hank. Ii yesterday even Ane nig lit tiring the impeded with some How Ever. I hoj two battalions Are sex per ii be for Battery a Glo t he lie <1. Bies the t he uces-11 ii is Force lug. And a 11 Ery of the in to re have not Ted this yet ret evening. A i detailed two brigade divisions of Field artillery and live battalions of infantry. Aided by cavalry Limiter Lenora French to attack a position upon which the enemy yesterday mounted guns. We found this position evacuated. But our Force was attacked with considerable vigor by what i believe were general Loubert s troops. I hey had Many guns and hewed in great numbers. Our troops were All in action. And we pushed the enemy Back several Miles hut did not succeed in reaching his Laager. Lur losses Are estimated at Between and iou hut those of the enemy must have been a p Inch great or. The to of of our gut earing very effective. A aft boing in action ceral hours i withdrew Tut troops and they returned unmolested to their Cantonment. The enemy Are in great numbers. And their guns Range farther than our Field guns. A i new have some naval guns which have temporarily silenced and i Hope will permanently dominate the enemy s Best guns with which he has been bombarding the town at a Range of Over Yards. London oct. 31. Yesterday s engagement at Ladysmith which despite rather heavy losses must in regarded us rather a extended or skirmish than a Battle to make Little change Iii the act Mil position. It is disappointing to the British Public As guilt revealing tactical skill of an unexpected High order on la Side of the hours. In addition to the Possession of a number of heavy guns the transport of which causes wonderment hero they have available marvelous ability. I ideas commanded by skillful furhop hardly considered prot Farmers would have a position As they evid of the right 9 35 this morning supplements the a sedated press dispatch with the information that the Boer shells were chiefly directed at the station and that no damage was done up to the time the message from Durban was forwarded. That the heavy guns of the hours. I from which so much was expected should be silenced so speedily tis indicated in tile associated bless dispatch from Ladysmith is a matter of great Surprise but the subsequent Advance of the Burgher Force on the British left Hank shows tile attackers 1 were Iii no Way dismayed thereby and were still full of the same self Vonti Denee and daring they have already exhibited on various occasions. Apparently the Boers Haw Mooneen rated for a supreme Effort at Smith. They have withdrawn forces from other Points which they consid or Momenta Lily to by of less importance. The ease with which j they reorganized the Herman corps which was almost annihilated at Bland Daute and general Meyer s column shattered it Tabula Hill show How great Are their recuperative Power Ami their Fertility of resources. The perseverance the hours have shown in transporting heavy ordnance and posting it Iii commanding positions has forced admiration even from their enemies. Unless the present attack is merely a feint to occupy the British while the invaders Are cutting or communication southward the Battle which opened this morning May decide the Issue of to e War so far Sis fighting in the open is concerned As unless the 18,000 or 20,000 hours about Ladysmith Are Able to destroy the 12.000 British tiler they eau hardly Hope to Cope with general by Lier n army corps so it May be expected the Boers will return to the attack of Ladysmith after they Are beaten Oft so Long As they Ila pc a gun Iii position Ami in willing to face the British for they must a fully cognizant that the news of their Success will bring thousands of sympathizers and adventurers to their Standard. The actin operations of the last few Days have shown cavalry under modern conditions armed with Long Range weapons in an entirely new Light proving them aide to work As infantry let oth alone and in connection with foot soldiers. These cavalrymen have shown themselves Able to hold infantry positions against mounted infantry which under previous conditions they would have been forced to relinquish. While the actual assault on Flaud Slaatte a led by dismounted cavalry. Admiral Dewey to marry a widow informs his friends that to wed mrs. Hazen november. He is in a sister of John r. My lean no Soli. Itati o. I place no making the widow of Lenora i Hazen former chief s g ii a i Orth or of he army and social favor it Iii w Asti Tigon. Killed twelve Boers. Blackbu Rny Force Iii a skirmish near Rhode s Drift. London. Oct. 30. A fort tub dispatch. Dated the evening of the 24th. Says Blackburn a Force in a skirmish at Rhodes Drift killed twelve Boers. A Kaffir spy reported Many Briers lying in the Drift dying. Blackburn died of wounds on returning to fort Tull. Scouts there report the Boers Are concentrating strongly on the rhodesian Border with Maxima. Washington oct. 31. Admiral Dewey announced to Soli of his More i it Tinnat friends last night tin fact of his engagement to mrs. By. In Hazen of this City. Mrs. Hazen is the widow of Jenera Hazen formerly chief signal officer of the army who died about ten years ago Ani is a sign Ter of John la. Mclean democratic candidate for governor of Ohio. Mrs. Hazen has no children and since her husband s death has made her Home with her Mother. She is a woman of Large Means about 40 years of age and popular in the Best social circles in Washington. The Date of the wedding has not been fixed. The news of tic Admiral s engagement first became known last night. When the Admiral announced the fact to a few of his friends. Later in the evening he v cited the Lafayette Square theater and while there also communicated the news to some of his near friends and to Secretary Long who occupied one of the boxes. W Hile the Date of the wedding is not definitely known tin understanding is that it will take place some time during november. Rumor has connected the names of the Admiral and mrs. Hazen for some time but Little attention was paid to the matter. It was at the House of mrs Mclean the Mother of mrs. Hazen that the Admiral stopped when he came to Washington after his return from Manila. Previous to his departure to take charge of the Asiatic Squadron two years ago he had been a visitor at the Lions. The Admiral s first wife flied in 1x72. She was the daughter of it former governor of Vermont. On child from that marriage a son. Is now living in new York. General Hazen the former husband of mrs. Hazen died on the 16th of january. 1xs7. And son from their Union died last year. Mrs. Hazen has Long been a social s solicit but it is that shall be made in any in matter where the person solicitation shall is after quoting this the commission reviews at length Legal Denis ohs opposite to the question Limiter consideration Ami says that from them Hie conclusion is unavoidable that a the writing anti sending through the flitted stat mails of a letter did is to an officer or employee of the government at his office asking for a contribution of Money for any Joii tical purpose constitutes a solicitation of Money for Itiat Purl since such solicitation full effect Only on the of such Lefter to the addle delivery occurs within building it is an aet of in a government building and hem j comes within the meaning of the sex j terms of the statute. Ige president near to death a friars banished by capt. Leary Hobart takes a the worse ported sudden turn for and is re dying. Lean est ext pious Oivi my has 1 he can hardly survive the Day til in cry w High a government soliciting done family mid Friend of la vie i a a a i i a a n i Lime practical lit in i i Xii 11 Ope Uthi recovery. Daring St. robbery. In. It pro jury Man goes insane. The trial f Joe Kir fourth trial of by t Nev to Kirby. Sioux Falls s. I let. I in the fluted states court i by. A prominent and wealthy Sioux Falls attorney charged with receiving postage stumps known to hate been stolen from the government came to a sensational end this Forenoon when it was announced that c. A. Stiller one of the jury men Hail become temp Rurik insane. Tilt Case was git in to the jury at 4 33 saturday afternoon and it t Ood la to i for Eon Vici to on. It a r favored conviction. He is a Farmer living near Wolsey. Judge Farland ordered that lie he confined Iii a Hospital at the expense of the failed suites. The jury was discharged. The Case will lie Tri i for the fourth time at the next term of the edited states court. Rater the to which i Era by lighted a seme i front to to jaunts to the sick he on n. A. Oct. 31. 2 30 a be of v ice president in Sis been in darkness a it tort Ion of the night is up from the top hour t t. Policemen arc on Gin resident me serb. I. In company in Reasoner Lien i it in midday. S. It. To Robert b. Jennings. Ain Tiv Asur r of the Broad wily it was robbed of s1.m3 in Casita resisted Reform Vea ures Viler warning Rhein repeatedly la notified i Ini i i hey on id rave i re i i Iii mgt i to i Ion i r Nisla lid id. in Barf Dinwid i now o the ird in everything edition Iii by Ter w i of i de by is new York. Her from Pahr. Newton Tuttle were Deuce of vie. Word i but the is not i lion. Let. In so to his w la Usu presi 31.�?word reached that at 1 05 a. In. Ife and Lebart a. Hied to the Resi Dent Moira Hies from the sick e summoning of those warded As a of Avorah it. No i it. Sons lieu Paterson. Bugdon of the an intimate Tri Dent said today had become such a. Let. To be Flktti of to lid of the Hobart is to Caw. General Mal guard. \ in presi to my it Ion a his Fain the what a n to i. For the to ail in the for it tvs for i i v Ive fears. Attempt to suicide. Thrashing machine hand shoots himself will probably live. Salem. S. I it. Let. 30. A attempted suicide occurred three Miles Southwest of Salem last evening at the Home of John Kief. Bric k finsted shot himself with a 32-caliber revolver tile Ball entering his left , j Wdow the heart. Finsted i from Spring Valley wu., and Lins be a working on a threshing machine. Ii give no cause for his aet but has been despondent for a couple of months. Tile doctor has Hopes of i recovery. The family of vice president Hobart this afternoon announced that in had undergone ii marked change for the worse the past few hours. Though still conscious in is believed to be sinking. Accident inborn River. Us. 10 11 d. The the j b Jet murder and Lynching. Bold Deadwood hold up is pos favorite Iii Washington. She sed of an attractive personality of nervy a Oon keeper frustrates Rob St Graceful manners and a Bril can withstand attacks. Til Iii Bant mind. Admiral Dewey yesterday took it of session of his new Home. The lust of the furniture was arranged in the new House yes ten Lay and the admirals trunks were brought up from the apartments he has been occupying at the Everett. Stands by the Flag. Hers big posses Are pursuing them a senat a ail officer it is liable that Boer sliced a feigned nth Clit in front a oltion with the intention to their real inducing the a fire swept of retreating from it line of defense thin British to attack Over zone. The special dispatches describing the engagement again fail to confirm general Whites oficial account that the Boers were pushed Back several Miles. When it is considered that the censorship is very severe the Only conclusion that can be arrived at is that the action was extremely inconclusive. The fighting being is frontal attack on the main Boer position which however was found evacuated the enemy having retired now made a change of front and developed a heavy attack on colonel Crim Wood s brigade. To meet this the British Art ii i cry which had been shelling the evacuated position also changed front. Grim Wood s brigade was promptly reinforced but soon was obliged to Siil Back rapidly with consequences which might have been serious had not the fifty third Field Battery luckily covered the movement at considerable loss to itself. It is quite certain that general White failed to accomplish tin object he intended and the Day s proceedings j ars ii instructive example of the difficulty of operations when the enemy holds an extended position from which he is Able to make sudden and unexpected developments Ami changes of front. Sir delivers Buller cannot arrive at the seem of fighting until the pm of Titis week. In the meantime general White will Nee All his resources to prevent the Boers around Ladysmith linking their forces. The omission of All details Likely to give a True idea of tin position from a general White s dispatch May in due to his reticence but editing by War office officials is Likely to be again see rely commented upon. Supreme Effort of Boers. Matching Anil Kimberley apparently Able to defend s. Loridon. Let. 30. The latest news from the Western Border has apparently reassured the British authorities As to the ability of Matching and him Berley to withstand assaults. A War office dispatch from ape town dated october 20, say s a a Vul armoured train under Tevelly ii Grot within i.#00 Yards of a Boer Laager three Miles South of a . Three Maxim belts were discharged into tilt Boers who must have suffered considerable loss. They turned ten shots with no effect. On a funnier a a outpost has had s1 skirmishes on Roe Dilc River. From later advices Llewellyn s train returned to Moe Hudi Khi Miles North of a Felling. Llewellyn reports All quiet. Enthusiasm in Canada. Re co eral inspection of regiment for Transvaal Al Quebec. Quebec i t. 30. Thousands of people from All Over Canada attended the inspection of the Canadian Region it for the Transvaal pm the Esplanade lode. I Vernier sir Wilfrid Limner and nil til Dominion ministers Wen present and officers from nearly All corps in the Dominion. The outgoing troops a of a Ca red in heavy in arching order and the scene was one of wildest ent Husi asm. She Rode on the bumpers. Minnesota Obi lady a perilous hid fuds Vav Hunt Accident. Benson Minn. Oct. Atis Trank. It years old. Trial to climb Over a Stock train while on her Way to Church yesterday when the train started with her on the bumpers and carried her to Willmar thirty Miles Iii fifty a nines. Where she arrived safely with her Bible in Lier hand having Ridden Between the cars All the a. The company sent her Home on an afternoon freight. R Martin Democrat up holds Ai. Kinley. Kansas Ity. Mo., Ort. 30. A journal j special from Topeka. Hay a former tinted states senator John Martin a democratic Leader said in the course of an interview j a Many of us May not be in Harmony with the National administration regarding the disposition of the philippine but in the defens of the hag in the islands we All have a patriotic duty to perform. Lur authority practically has been Stabli hed in the Philippines and no right thinking citizen will demand that our military forces be withdraw n. A other Flower of the Earth have j Long desired til Philippines but now that a have obtained Possession they a willing that we should have them. Were we to step Down Ami out Tho Quot i Powers would or Rall the islands and Divide them with or without War and from the standpoint of humanity i nothing would be gained by our course. And then we have our National Honor to look out for. It would never do to haul Dow n the Flag. A violate civil service Law. Preparing for Wilhelm. Forces concentrate most of i a a a a against Ladysmith. London Jet. 30.�?the dispatch of t in press from Ladysmith tie morning which was snit at express rates Cairn through Iii the re a Kush time of two hours f Hows the crisis which the a of War operation Iris a a til expects emperor of Germany a it v Isit England in november. Win -.r, Khz let. Quot a a Brna rations Are i it -111 or made at Vav incisor Ca tie for the visit of Kim it it ror William of Germany. Who is due to arrive Here november pm. His majesty will of the ame slate apartments ii a dbl in i Viii will brim la considerable suite with him it a 11 Iscum a european Trade. Philadelphia of 30. The International commercial emigres devoted la Day to papers on Trade preut Aud discussion of Trade Marks. Re Ach j a a a i Ava lady sails for Panama. I a r fort. Has an Diego Cal. Get. 30.�?-the Cruiser Marblehead in pursuance to orders has mild for Panama. The joint i. H from Durban timed Ohio Republican Leader condemned by til commission. Washington. Get. 30. A Long official statement reviewing tin Legal phases i of the political assessment question and holding that tin soliciting of Carn a pain funds by letter comes clearly j within the province of the civil service i Law. Was made by the civil service com a Mission last night. The commission made the statement Localise of circulars sent out by Vav. I. Burdell As treas j f air a of the finance committee of the j Ohio Reni Alienn Tate executive committee soliciting contributions from Federal employees. The commission says the Ohio circulars bring up clearly the question so Long awaiting judicial determination As to a whether soliciting contributions for political pair list s by Means of letters addressed to Federal officer or employees at their offices constituted no offence under the i two if ii motion of the civil service aet. J l a commission s ruling or Brief now made Public was submitted by president Proctor of flu commission to to senator George f. Emu us. Of v Ermont w to was chairman a of the Senate judiciary committee at the time the civil service aet was passed. I he latter in Iii opinion to which la commission give particular significance Kays a i entirely Agre with the conclusions rated in the Brief. I think if is dear that flu solicitation of such mgt Lotical Aid by Means of the Post office i distinctly within the prohibition fret Ion 12 a a the aet to which you refer. The language of the Section is that no person shall in any room or building a Etc., a solicit ii any manner Etc. It it not that no prison being in a room or building Ball dead Wro ii s. Ii., get. 30. Deadwood had a Holdup affair this morning which would have done Justice to the Early Frontier Days of the Black Hills. Two masked men entered Kus Ell St Jig Biel a Saloon on main Street at 4 a. In., and at the Point of two six shooters or. Bussell one of the proprietors and one customer the Only occupants of the room were ordered to hold lip their hands. Bussell said All right and with a Quick Spring from ids chair grappled with the Man who had him covered. There was a fierce struggle for a minute. Buss. Ii was hit twice Over tin head by tin Bandit with the gun being pm Ckel Dow ii by the first blow. The other robber was covering the sing customer during i Iii time. By a dexterous Dodge the latter reached the door and gave the alarm on the Street. The robbers Boca me frightened Ami backed out. One of them g oing behind the bar Aud grabbing some Loose Money about is. Both in a made their escape. The fire 1m1i was rung Ami the whole City turned out to look for the bandits. The i Okiec organized posse and started them up the different Gulch Ami it is believed that Ese Ajie for the men will be impossible. Iii the scuffle that Russell had with his Man he pulled off the cloth mask and Russ la i Able to give an accurate description of the fellow. A Young Man named John , who volunteered to search for the men with one of the posses shot himself in the right ankle with a Colt revolver while dismounting from his horse the Bones being broken off. I he men Are not believed to is professionals by the Olic it for they made bungling work of the Holdup tin the counter Back of the Lair there was $20 1 lying in Plain sight Aud the re were several thousand dollars in the Safe. Terr boat fat Iii two it a Steamer several grow Nevi. New York. Ort. 31. The Pennsylvania ferry boat ply my lie tween Jersey t Ity id new York was Cut Iii two by the Steamer City of Augusta of steam hip line at 12 15 this tuesday morning on the new York v of it Fth River. She went Down in seven or eight minutes. There were Between thirty and forty people on Board four being women. It is Suje posed that several persons were a drowned though there is no positive proof of this assertion. Iii spite of the severity of the Accident there was no panic. Most of them Opie were on the us tier deck and Only half a dozen persons were on tin lower deck. Most of the persons manage to obtain life preservers and some half a dozen others who could not obtain them swam ashore. No Small Ixia were Lantie hed. Probably owing to the Brief period of time which elapsed Between the cutting in two a lid the sinking. The Savannah liner was coming up the River at the time of the Accident. While the ferryboat Chicago was headed straight across front the new Jersey Shore for the new York slip. I he Steamboat squad a few minutes before 2 o clock found a body which. A negro Range in a i i i to 1 i mgt let it or 1.ame i Nisei murder. Fight near Gagua. Fay it i negro w h the Muril White a Miles we place pm and was game of festival Whites e Woods s face. Be brother shot Nyo in Tai to. In re 24, o had i or of Ami ii. And tilt to of her t pre riot the Resit craps in twelve f Ter Arr ii to it f. Vav ods. Avo aged to a tree cig the killing too s to the in be Hilt f of a tight Over process at a Negr negroes in a Cpl n d ton nth my Heil in the a Ben Hayti of ret a Bati k in it tile to death. Tot by the Sherif b to to Tell the vile d six when n that i fight and 1 Hayden and was a a mob or err the. Ilion. Keen driven two a Iii 1 ii Washington. O cabled this Ammi a a detachment recon loitering to Ca West of Gtigg gents in newly r they attacked Ai w to left four a if killed. Casual tie and Lieutenan Dan be roil fro a us to. A w i reoches-->11 oiled. General Glia if the Arris 1, sir a strip Dro ers a thir by Fen the Iii sir i trenches he enemy eight men to French wounded. Ii deaths in Philippines. Re it it is passe As Thil overt saw f supposed is that of Tim of the tigers on the ferryboat drowned result of the collision. W. Bible of this City. Jum de or with a life preserver. Ile intr women struggling in the a Battle in of Cost Africa. Lingo belgian expedition roots k native i rec. Loudon of it. 30.�?mail advices from the Congo say that Moji iut. Formerly in Nithil states Consul at Zanzibar commanding the belgian Tanganyika Congo Telegraph expedition. Has reached Congo free state. He was engaged at the end of july in a fierce Battle at Zang Uii. Moll tin s Force consisted of ten europeans. Baron Dan mis. Belgian commander sent three general i report a ii a 11 yes. Washington. Oct. meat has received the Folk list from general Otis Jal tuber 2s on recent War depart wine casualty Deal nit h Leto i to Ter near him. But was unable to help them. Ii was picked up by a life Siat and taken Ashur. It it Star wat on. Of the Oci ated press win was liable to secure a lib preserver Alid who swam ashore was one of the few a sengers alumni to give a coherent account of the Accident. He said a we were just about to enter the slip when we were rim Down. Then were Ali tit forty people on inure besides the Crew. I saw four women and one Little boy. The latter was with his father who Aoji eared to in an italian. I should think the it oaf Sank within seven minutes. Five men swam ashore alongside of me. The water was very cold and the current was so Strong that it almost carried us Down Stream. Captain Durham who commanded the Chicago says be has accounted for All the members of his Crew except fireman Broome. Ile thinks that Broome was either drowned or crushed to death in the Stoke Hole. Companies of Toioi and finally routed the Mohnn did great sex Winchester. The pm 1.500. Three Hundred v too wounded. The belgians lost ii fort a seven wounded. St Mut Kui w it in. Pair n. Blacks at a Amba company i. Wounded civil Ocean River cd 2. A. I. Chamb Amus Kui it. I should r. Moderate. Knowles. Company George Smith sever also the following port i Rae la. It Rob a i. William company k. Sixth infantry october 6. Tedgar a. Kenney. I nineteenth infantry. Trow re mid tar. Of d. It. To Berti in tug a Ober a rat lest a Are re it nut kill hand Neui i ship aet d Fauber epilepsy Sipany it g Tami Ter. Steel works Accident. Ten men Iii a the South and expansion. Sex minister to Siam Points out advantages to Dixie. Charlotte n. Get. A Iii. Iii addressing a Large gathering of Southern Cotton manufacturers and planters at Charlotte under the auspices of the Chandler of Commerce. John Barrett late United states minister to Siam. Said a the South has a vital inter to in the development and control of it Nti markets by America. I he time will soon come when til f.11 ast xviii end Wiinie every surplus Pound of Cotton manufactured or raw. That the South can produce making it in depend it of the markets of England and Europe. To accomplish this re tit four important condition arc i get get try which in Theiu Selvic Are interdependent a first construction of the tran Isthmian canal. A a second Laving of a Ira up n Cable. A third Protection of Market in China according to treaty ight and a fourth a permanent control of the the sentiments expressed Wert re revived with whom approval injured a five Hurt powder Mhz. Pittsburg get. 31. Ten men two of whom will die were burned at the Carnegie steel works at Duquesne yesterday. The victims Are fatally burned. Kola Ert Baxter inhaled flames. T Bon a i Nelson. I he other injured Are badly burned. But will recover. They Are i. House. Mike Fedor. John scholum. Diaries j Oil n son. Mike Bingo. John it it Bignor. Mike i Rich. Mike Durish. L a men were working in a pit engaged in making a connect iou for a meter for the new Gas House just erected. The main Hail sprung a leak and when the Yard engine passed hauling a train of hot ingots the Gas was ignited. Aud a terrific explosion followed completely shattering the old Ira Houe and hurling the workmen in every Ili Keetion. Tern haute. Iud., get. 31. Vive powder Mill hand at Fontanet the county were in the electric powder Hou against the . W Hen a spark from a burning fuse dropped on the hat Ofa Bim cry a the hat and i Dwight Townsend dead. One of Hie original sugar refiner of i Felt til it t v. New York. Get. 30.�?dwight Townsend died suddenly last night at his Home in this City aged 73 years. Nearly flirty years ago in founded with Frederick c. Havemeyer the famous sugar refining firm of Havemeyer. Town sen i a co., now Havemeyer a or elder in is05 he was elected As a Devin it Erat to the thirty ninth Congress. Lie was made a member of the ways Ami Means committee although he was tin youngest member of the House. He was elected again to the fort third Congress. Townsend went again into business As president of the Greer Tumer sugar refining com a it any. This Bouse with thirteen others failed in 176, owing to the preliminary formation of the sugar Trust and As a result Townsend lost his for to Tine. In the Early sos Townsend once More resumed Active business life As president of the United states lines of Telegraph company and was associated with John a. Mackay and colonel Robert g. Iii Ersoll in the formation of the postal Telegraph company. War infant Quot in m ii october is. John l. M. Fourth cavalry a or 17, James Hart. Oil Gastro enteritis. Mfd any ii. Twenty first infant re a tuberculosis. Stober 2. A. Company it. Twelfth Tifai Lia october 22. Charlesti is my it. Twenty first infantry Miri Tourni a eel Fen this. De Tober 23. Frank try company la. Twenty Sere nth by dysentery acute. Corporal Ltd Larris. Company f. Twenty first to try october of. Charles Skinner Mcany h. Fourth infantry dysentery Onle. Alexander i. Cum be. Company fourth infantry october 27. Robert Richwine. Company it. Thirty seventh Miry diarrhoea chronic. October 36. Surd s. Bruce company i twelfth inter. Schley a orders not change i pc is to take command of omit Atlantic Squadron so it a. Washington Long said he making any Schley a order get. 30. Did not r change inso far not i Conin lion. Xxx Hen in More than a dire Eti Anil of the South of the Date will lie Defir it is known exactly h re Secretary Teni a Lafe Admiral tiles a Iii to take untie stately file How soot for sea. Ivor Roosevelt proclamation. Prosperity and patriotism special reasons for gratitude. Albany. N. Y., get. To. In his proclamation designating november 30 As a Day of thanksgiving and prayer issued today. Governor Roosevelt says a it i right that we should give thank for the prot Peritz that a come to the nation and for the Wax Iii which this great people in the first flush of it mighty manhood is moving Forward to meet ifs destiny anti to la without flinching every duty with which that lie a i by brings it Facto i the Chicago will nothing has been decided by the apartment As to the dispatch of or More warships to South. Africa. See re fury Long minted out that that Are lion of the world was within the Geo graphical Bounds of the South at hint in station. Therefore. Schley will be at i Erfet in cry to go there or i anywhere else on his station after he j fakes command. No order from the i department will be necessary in Aitch ease. A Seeling the Mooter increase of the strength of the soul. Squadron the Secretary said i not hesitate to increase the of ships on the station if t necessity for it. So far the has not appeared therefore contemplated to have More to i be Els. The Chicago. Mont got Wilmington on this station. 1 Atlantic he would e number Here were necessity it is not in three err and trial of the Washington get. Terribly mangled. Ruder my i Ion mail Lac Lei caught cur and killed. Fedar rapids. La., get. 30.�?james Milligan age v ii a Helper v. Killed at Marion thi it morning. He a caught under the cars Aud terribly Cartel i. I la big re it. 30.�?captain orc. Member of the naval trial i has notified the Navy department Bath. Me., that the torpedo to grew developed for an hour a thirty knots with satisfy actor ing and mane vering goal it specifications Call for thirty a kno t. Emit Board it from at Dahl Speed of r sea go a. The half a Lait for Buffalo. Oft. 30.-Rhiicnt Star u d to Quot Tai it Moon to Manila. I for Fie it f this alter f trams. Slat i a
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