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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 25, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota. Monday. September 25. Ism. Number warships destroy a filipino Battery bombardment of Olan Gapo by Charleston Montery Concord Aud . The big Krupp Cannon blown up daily of american marines Ami Blue a jackets Lund anti Complete Tjie works of tile i misers. A Manila sept. 24. 11 25 a. i United states Cruiser Charleston the Monitor Monterey and the gunboats Concord anti . With marines and Blu jackets from the Cruiser Haiti More left Cavite september 17. And As already cabled proceeded Iii siting Bay to destroy an insurgent Cannon i lit re. Owing to bad weather the operation was it spotted until yesterday when the warships for three hours bombarded the town of Olan Gapo Aud the entrenchments where the gun was situated. Men from the Charleston. Concord and were then landed under a heavy insurgent tire proceeded to the Cannon Whit ii was entirely destroyed by gun Cotton and then returned to the warships. T he americans had one Man wounded during the engagement. While waiting in suing Bay for better weather the americans descried filipino reinforcements moving toward Olan Gapo. At 6 40 p. In. Yesterday the Monterey began to Advance upon the town. Which was about three Miles East of the Moulter Anchorage. The Charleston Concord Ami tired. At 7 25 the Monterey opened fire with her secondary and main batteries the Charleston and Concord joining immediately. At 7 30 the insurgent Cannon answered the Tim shot parsing close to the Monterey a smokestack. The gun was fired twice Only. The america., bombarding then been in general. At ii 30 the Monterey Arhat d to a Range of boo Yards using Ber main Battery. Two Hundred and fifty men were landed about son y Ards East of the Cannon at la o clock tinder a severe Shore Mauser pre. The men from the Charleston were the first to reach the beg is. But the Concord s men were the first at the gun. Which they reached at 11 1 1. The Cannon was found to be a Lei rout Inlet or Krupp gun presumably obtained from the Sparta ids. Meanwhile the warships continued to Shell the shelving Beach on the East and West Side to silence the insurgent. Tire upon the sailers front the trenches ski t ing the Beach. Dunner Olsen exploded fifty pounds of gun Cotton in three discharges in the Cannon which had suffered from the fire of the warships. The americans then returned to the boats th1 firing Inland being kept up to protect the embarkation. The control ii men were the last to reach the and the warships were reached branches of the league springing into existence for irishmen Hue a fighting organization. Thursday an extraordinary conflict took place at my Hinger the capital of the county of Westmeath. It was decided to Fly i he Irish Flag Over the Conn Holts in the future while the Westmeath county Council was sitting a tiler. Lord ire Vilie chairman of the i county Council agreed with Thina i Tion Alist proposal but his son and heir. Captain Knik ire Vilie the tory member of Bradford who is High sheriff of Westmeath this year claimed to con fro the court House in that capacity and prohibited the hoisting of the Irish i Flag As a disloyal Symbol on thursday. To the next meeting of the Council lord ire Vilie appeared at the court i House Gates accompanied by the naj Tion Alist Council one of them bearing i a Flagstaff with the Lri a Flag unfurled. Hie police assembled in Strong Force and refused Entrance to the Flag hearer but a crowd collected and rushed Iii Gates. A violent hand to hand conflict to look place in the court House for Jwj session. Many persons were Iii Jure by policemen s clubs. The police ultimately got Possession of the tattered National Emblem but the crowd mad a det Wrate charge and carried the police Force before la in Down the stairs like an Avalanche wrested the Flag from them and flew it from a window to the accompanying enthusiastic cheers of the populace outside. Lord ure die is now to be prosecuted at the instructions of his son upturn ire Vilie but the tight against the police has had the effect of uniting the nationalist parties Iii mulling once More. Emile Zou to Madame Dreyfus letter of Comfort from the famous French author to the officers wife suffering which fraud and cowardice could inflict. A tit. Day will Coin when flu it and daughter not of the condemned Man. But of his persecutors ill Hart cause to Blush. Accept Madam my profoundest respect. Emile Gran i can i a Uze be Wehring France must of Friend of Dreyfus will never Ile satisfied until the map Tui is formally declared innocent. Wales Domestic i Felicity. Prince and Princess now have Little Iii it . London. Sept. 25. I he Domestic Felicity of the Prince and Princess of Wales is now at the lowest a Gissible ebb. The Princess is growing almost eccentrically self absorbed and pious while the Prince s determination to get the Best he can out of life. According to his Conception is less and less disguised. The Prince has been having a highly enjoy a lie visit to sir Archibald Edmonston v scottish seat. I mint rest ii Castle. I he party was almost w Holly a family one. Including sir Edmonston Casein Attig sister mrs. George Keppel. The weather was cold , but the Prince drove out in the Woods everyday in a Pony Phaeton with mrs. Kip pm and upset his other engagements by staying a Day longer than he originally arranged. There were no junk eting or big entertainments during his stay and Little intrusion of outsiders to lore him. Meantime the Prince. Of Wales Quot return from Copenhagen is the subject of anxious speculation. The Queen expected her at Balmoral by this time. I it the Princess has just sent Back the Princess Victoria to England without any indication of her own plans. Killed on the stage. Snore at la 50. Cadet Hrin or with the concorde a launch armed with a galling did exe Lieut work on the left of the Landing pal to and the movement was splendidly executed and controlled. The numbers of the filipinos there could not he ascertained and no dead were seen. The Monterey fired for four hours. Frank Selden shot Iii Chattanooga my a ii tin Morrison. New Orleans sept. 23.�? Frank Leiden. Who was killed at the City opera House Iii Chattanooga last night by Tulia Morrison was known in private life a Frank Leidenheimer. He a Lairn in new Orleans thirty eight years a and via. A member of a prominent family Here. Ile joined Frank Bangs. Of the Silver King company in new Orleans fifteen years ago though he had never before been on the stage and has followed a theatrical life Ever since. He has let Een stage manager since for k. Of. Sothern. Thomas Keene Edwin Arden and Frohman. T Vav. It v inc a hots from her u from her 10-Inch 12-Inch report from Otis. Inch was riddled with t he town wifi in elks took fire at s veral Points. \ to Iii ire. I Ilii Iii a Deport. Slung Ion sept. 25. A acting secretion of the Navy department re-1 a Cable from Bear Admiral wat a to i v eel Vison yesterday giving a Brief account of the engage Anent at suing Bay save i. He Mandora discovered heavy gun mounted opposite Kalakian Point. Us big buy exchanged six shots with Char Ltd in. Sent Charleston Monterey Concord and with detachment of Marine sailors from Baltimore to capture and destroy. Attacked insurgent position 23d after bombardment Landing party carried entrenchments dispossessed enemy and destroyed one la event meter Krupp gun. Casualties William Sheppard apprentice second cia.---. Charleston seriously wounded has. Klaffke. Coal passer. Concord heat prostration. Insurgent loss known. I nil report i v i it mailed. The important feature of the engagement is the fact drat is disclosed that the insurgents have been Able to obtain Krupp guns. It was known at the time of the outbreak of the insurgent against the. Americans that the artillery of the insurgents consisted of a few look in guns captured from the spaniards. Vet intr Secretary Mien that it is evident the Navy at a r ii Dot re t intend to allow any fort it lie Creo eted in tilt insurgents which can lie reached by the ships and he is convinced that the Squadron under Bra admi�?Ta1 wat on will i Able to keep the Short official account of Hebe attack Oil Angeles train. Washington. Sept. 23.�?general Otis cables As follows Quot insurgent succeeded in derailing a Section of a train yesterday a Short distance from Angeles. They then made an attack on the railway guards. Result Captain Perry quartermaster slightly wounded in Arm private buries Zien ians Hospital corps killed private Sam Steele. Seventeenth infantry severely injured in ii la ii Charles spree slightly Louii de unknown civilian killed. Insurgent. Driven Back. Leaving six dead and troops were immediately a hissed Jerry Simpson. A Usa. City. Sept. 23. \ dispatch to the journal from Wichita kan., says a Ongert Osman Jerry Simpson was Hoot it i off the platform Here lust evening while addressing a local fraud army of the Republic reunion. Simpson said Quot i glory in the spunk of Aguinaldo a men. They a simply fighting to regain the land the Catholic. Took from them. A a local paper has asked a who is John Brown s soul marching with Otis or Aguinaldo a i believe John Brown s soul is marching with Simpson said Iii substance that he would rather be with Aguinaldo than with Jenera Otis. A old Soldier Iii la audience arose and said the speech was Drifting too much into politics. Ibis was applaud new York sept. 23. The new York journal prints a dispatch from Paris giving the full text of Emile Zola s letter to Madame Dreyfus As follows a dear Madame y our husband Ami those who defended Hun have been exposed to the insults and even to bodily injury for my part. There Are organs let Eloiie Gitig to Hie Gutter press and men so tainted with moral dirt that i have struck them from my life from my memory. For me they Are no More. I have driven them completely from my thoughts. A it is such forgetfulness of atrocious insults that i recommend to the innocent Man who has suffered the wrongs. In is so much apart so far above them j All that they should not in Able to reach Iii Iii. May ii come to life again under your care and under the Clear suns Hine of Universal sympathy shown for peace be to tile Martyr who has i such need of repose and around him now in Retreat May there be nothing but love and caresses. As for us Madame we shall continue the fight. We shall tomorrow go on with the struggle for just Jet just As sternly As we pursued it yesterday. We shall exact rehabilitation of the innocent Man in for the Ake of l Iii. Who a already of much glory than for France which would assuredly lie killed by this excess of infamy. A nation without Justice. A your task will in the regeneration of France in the eyes of the universe which will Tak place when the infamous judgment has 1kcii quashed. A great country cannot live without Justice and ours will remain in mourning just As Long As the stain of insult is levelled at the highest jurisdiction and the violation of the Nio a primitive rights shall remain. Quot the social fabric crumbles when the guarantee of Law no longer exists Ami there is in thi violation of right such an element of insolence and bravado so impudent that we cannot ignore it. We cannot Bury a body secretly without showing our Ham to our neighbors. Tile whole world a seen and hear and it is before the whole world i that reparation should take place. To desire a France without Honor is Crimi i Nab a without doubt foreigners will come to our exhibition. They will overflow Paris just As numbers Are attracted to a fair by tile sound of music and flare of lamp but should that satisfy our Pride Oulu we not value esteem As highly As the Money of the outside world we shall exhibit our science our Art and our Industry. A should we dare to exhibit our Justice one can imagine devils Island reconstructed and exhibited. For me the shame of it i intolerable. I done to understand How the exhibition can lie opened unless France takes her rank again among the nations. When Honor has been restored formally to the condemned Man Honor will be restored to France not before. For Justice and for country a allow me to say in conclusion. I Madam that you May depend on have restored to your husband his Freedom to restore to him his Honor. Not one of ii will gave tip the fight. We know Well that we tight for Justice Ami for our country. The splendid brother of the condemned Man will again set the example of courage Wisdom and Justice. A we have not 1mcii Able All at once to restore your husband to you. Freed from lying accusations. We a a yet a Little patience trusting that your children shall not in much older tie fore their Nam shall be legally purged of All blemish. A poor children i be them again in the arms of their father. I know with w hat jealous care by what Miracle of delicacy you have kept them Iii Complete ignorance. They believed their father away on a journey and when they became inquisitive at Long , what could you Tell them when his innocence was As yet Only believed in by one or two your heart must e i Seo pal a a us in Mer numerous and civil. Eager ruined in the y and his had been Iii o clock a ail of the married according to it kites of russian Church night. Newport. B. I., sept. 25. In accordance with the rite of the hessian or full Justice Church i Tulia i in it rant. Daughter of brigadier Jenera and mrs. Frederick Grant and granddaughter of general f. S. Brant and Prince a ant Euzene. Fount speran by of rus i sin Wen married la-1 night. Simple t and impressive ceremonies were Eon a ducted by father Hotovitzky of the i russian Church a Civ y Ork. In the parlor at Beaulieu the summer residence of or. And mrs. Potter Palmer the american statutes will have to be conformed to before the distinguished couple will go Forth into the world us husband and wife Ami it is hint ceremony in All Church noon to which to Colony Here As Well a friends diplomatic military Are looking Forward with per Tahey. I a special altar had been a parlor by father i lot a Vitric assistant. After the room formally consecrated at a the Bride appeared at the in grand staircase leaning Oil the Arm of her brother. Ulysses s. Grant 111. At the altar before which stood the russian priest waited Prince cant a Ween e. Clad Iii the full uniform of the Chevalier guard. The Bride s dress was severely Cut and was a simple gown of richest White Satin with sweeping train and veil of tulle. She carried a Louquet of Stepha Notis lilies of the Valley and wore the gifts of the bridegroom a Corsage ornament of diamonds and enamel and a rope of Pearl. I the Ushers who preceded miss Grant and her brother to the altar were Potter Palmer jr., Cousin of the Bride Lockwood Honor Uncle of the Bride Captain Sartoris. Cousin of the Bride Robert i. Gerry of new York. Boger Winthrop of Newport and John Prentiss of new y Ork. In accordance with tile russian etis Tom Fiss inuit had two Garcon de Noee her brother. Closes s. Grant he and her Uncle Adrian Honor. Those of Prince were Honor Palmer and Potter Palmer jr., while the parents d Honguer were grand Duke Wladmir and mrs. Potter Palmer. Or. Grant conducted Hilier to the altar. Besides the immediate Lim a j there Wert present mrs. I to it. Grant grandmother of the Bride la. Ii. Leonore. Edwin c. Honor or. And mrs. Harry la on Ore. Or. Mrs. Sartoris wife of Captain Sartors major general Wesley a. Merritt and major Mott of his staff adjutant general Corbin colonel and mrs. Mein and Bishop Potter. The picturesque ritual interspersed with frequent music by a local quartet was lengthy. The services closed with the singing if the russian National hymn after which the couple 1 received congratulations while the orchestra discoursed music. The ceremony consumed an hour anti it was nearly Midnight before the guests departed. The betrothal began with the great Cetenia followed by Pray and social petitions for the salvation of the betrothed couple for the blessings of offspring Ami peaceful Mutual affection. The priest then Rook the ring he received from the Bride Ami Groom. With the Gobi representing the domination of the Groom three Eros is above the grooms head were made and then if. Was slipped upon tin fourth Finger the Groom s hand. Similar details were gone through with the Silver ring and the Bride. After this Honore palme proxy for grand Duke Cyril of Russia acting As inst Man or pourer for the Prince stepped Forward Aud transposed the rings three times finally leaving the Gold ring on the Bride Finger and the Ilver one on the grooms these rings i Token of the lifelong uni they were entering. The Exchange of the sponsor indicate the consent of the family. The rite closed by the prayer that the lord May establish flies Eszto urals in the Faith in Harmony Trutwi and love Ami May bless from heaven this putting on of rings. Next Cam the rite of a Iii Arriage. The couple approached toward the lectern. Till holding the lighted candles. A they proceeded the quartet aug psalm xvii. Halting upon a Rug the priest inquired of them if they Hull spontaneous wishes and firm intention to contract the conjugal Union with each other am whether they in i promised to contract the Union with anyone else. These questions properly answered the priest asked a Blessing upon the couple. The priest then crowned the Prince and then the Prin Republican Campaign is opened in Ohio Over seventy thousand people from Al parts of the state in attendance hey Liger still country threw wha i Are its i Sundai the jingles want War immediately Impi iraqi Ben of re Roosevelt the chief orator an Abe Volitich matters Merit be lion or i it sure sails much moing Vav Ary for a ratio b de a pow i form. It our la new yol k governor ingerly assails democrats Bor antagonizing i lie Var or noun re i hem us for of he i ctr. Akron. J., sept. . T he Republican Tat Campaign opened Here today with one of the largest crowds known in the history of politic in Ohio. Special train bearing crowds from it Lere us. Toledo of it bit. Youngstown Ami Quot action added 20,000 to those already her. It is thought there Are 50.000 visitor Iii Akron. Among the distinguished persons present Are governor Roosevelt of new York. And senator Hanna who a greeted by an immense crowd on his arrival Titi it afternoon. The Parade moved at 2 o clock in six divisions. I., men being in line. The Mot conspicuous features were the escort of colonel Roosevelt and judge Nash the former veterans of the Spanish american War. The latter veterans of the civil War. Seventy thousand people gathered to hear the speech making but Only Small portion of them could Tref within Range of the voices of the speaker. Judge Nash was the first speaker. Ile devoted considerable time to the Money question and closed with an argument in juror of expansion and denouncing the attitude of the democrats on that question. Koo cyclic address. Governor Roosevelt followed Nash. In a Toke Iii part a follow i a me to spot lit to v on because a rec ? throughout the nation thai he Roll test this year in Ohio is not and he anything hut a National contest. I is Idle to say it is local be Ami in a than Idle i is dishonest to make such an assertion writer the democratic platform lays it special stress upon National issues. If a party raises an Issue which if knows is a fab sue. Merely the lop. F carrying an elect by. Tiro that party shows in the most striking thai it is the enemy of the Rountry and uni to he entrusted with its government. Of die spokesmen of a party do not and cannot believe what they say whether in the Way of denunciation or Promise and especially if they Promise what Tio it a a Quot a they can a a , Abd what is palpably then he i not in result in performance hut in vote getting at the moment then they the tot science and the intelligence of every Freeman tit to excrete a Freeman s privilege. This is just what the democratic Parte in Ohio have done at this time arid just what its leaders National and local from the top Down. Are doing when they speak of expansion of trusts and of free Silver. It Sis the sincere belief of All right minded in who have the welfare of the Rotten close at heart that the position taken by the Ohio democracy speak g in reality Ihu National dam racy in thi Quot Campaign. Is one destructive of National Prosperity at Home and of National Honor abroad. M it it Rev a. It i a impossible to avoid the conviction that their leaders know tha this is True but Are willing to Plu Ioc the country into any disc ser. Provided Only they can persuade a sufficient number of dupes to put them where they Cut gratify 11. Or screed f in office Tyror thirst for Power. I Shou d rot use such language in an Ordinary political contest. I use it now As i should have need it had i be n alive during the years of civil War. Then men whom we Are a it fighting Champion a cause Whit h in i essentials a the j no a that Chan. A Ned by Tho Lough face and the Copper Al thirty seven years ago. They vote War a failure Row As they v Ted it a Bure then. They Mouth with hypo m we. Are Exa of t of the edged take to to to owed by m in inc ii a a a a i it Ake in or Waif All Sou i Al Africa a Combine Slat. A rec stat la Fluidics a get with Iii a Nav the great i ii i pc it doily i. Against 1 my Waif i a a a i sept. 2?>. Or by the Al a a via led in res Eta e or r to it ii i no out. But allow in part v. Tru the i i a a ring Cost cd win i the gov or meld that it ally t ii to Iii rum la give then True Stan Hor. Helm t two f. That tolf ame Man is St Rug Pat i he m Xii i a nip do honorable mid human Way is to up. Are i and s that pres Lent i another period Lown armed an to establish in mint and. I to Bat Alice in the i a government i the set my p Ili Topi in of order in lace. I a t Ili a j a i i of Grace thank this St i Latten in in it Tal to arose it ii of the primarily. To it tile la. T that we Are not War. Ii id could not have Bee n avoided i v it j Irr iian a for unit. Lint also. Prob you aril will shame i la in a that i Rul conduct on Lew y after is our part. Rapt who liking the a 1 a on or. Cham in ii moderating i Tartu so i re so from m Lut w Fleet s Anglia has to in Rulo Ionut have Sal a of a Puree. A i Hie. It is not led away i too much it Iii i i ran in lie taken for Vaal has of sea unfit october a to say in int that. So h conduct a either the isl i Nils would 1 to Dei a we ride. As no Toubl a to consider a rent Britain a Nuvy have be a Caum serb s a of left u a been flt f Bloch la allowed in who massacres w a a i such cd Case a a did have it a i a until after the next Intuit is presented taken p d the War 1st Ween the by i us time the attic ode of the Orange it i Anir is a. I he filipinos a Milt Hub i ,a Iii of a town. Whilst the a staff will in of dragged same of along i it she in to w reached let Lgth until place or i ree i lost ii whih i Lily of the free a tse w hat is far More or liable As f it r air e advantage by a easier la Kurt to a it a i i to a late Vav e the Tad to talk i shrank f did not distr the courage had to stay w had by i pinos having Prat Independence a. It noose Fie again. I against us. A Ltd if Gnu or was our to it a a a a a a w Gnu tie red this a �?�onee.jik-. R. It fell. And we shall show merely weaklings unfit to among the great nations but traitors to Hie it Anat a Merit of Mankind of we fit the task which d i to our hand a to Jerve the Filippi Tother and sink six by. Than we would in it Ritorti ii it h we it re which Bidi had Dewey my bout n the the has in Trust tight Cue a a aug in an the is White held. Terral May be by a a. Rum to not St to i a weak r ing up a w sir Rig Fiat i Inch ing it turn e islami the firms. Ai or Pla e Wor Adan a in do has of is Cor bin state tactic Advance from Rome the off Mitory from Orange River supp i to or at and settler the i f sent Apa from if a file la it offer Witt e or Lav pm to it Hiti o Butch Ray Bac ii Iii Iva the Rig l y to us la in i expel they la fix t Ilc it in tory. Of j Ait Vav i t ii of Rik Reitz Hope is a ii i As Iii i Hith disc a it kit Tow la Hodge ii la hards ing to it Pih of of a critical anxiety As they did the Tiona a credit and they did then Dave Petruc since Tim. To a exp races Gui stars ing to by Republic. Fen a team find Amer tilde of h to our a irk which it in on Carmot big a to. In a a Craf work in Are atteckkin1 t dim the Century Whir seen what the will Mirely a so Ivi ligation thie res f the Al. 11 Caster tot tiny Avn thee a Cone in the a the Deba re to i ii Bill. Yeti rho deprecated the to s. Repeated t a sensation a March from ape l of to was an extraordinary a but blvd Friday Filurin a e registration of voters a. Who hitherto has Visal Hilt f Iii i the d rat Iii Fleet Iol a trans in g la ii this cation. I Airt amt it or b. In or Cour in dish Thev is and <1 if it lev the Stilly to ors and for Timi ids. It Illy a Ter i i Tath f to meat porn than a to. Idler a in w Hen k at it they struck i sincerely s by at any abuse of ring no remedy Iper those who w about a free press now n. They attack the a ii Uncial hone a Rod exactly As in those the greatness or toe Bat of the race. The other a demo Rati club Starte Dewey Etui arum had name because the Mem am no themselves bal Pallia Ting Dewey Bearnt Grey new no More than f he called on hese in Check. The do e Cain a titty Given i into Vahi one and when they or is a measure which w times whatever of evil the True pane at an evil they o they strike in put of the present standing ready it uld really offer pans Joi Call the military deed is were Root the hero is think of yes after a pose a remedy it la aggravate ten dually exits. Wish to discuss the question of in economic question an of sex filch is really the question of upholding abroad the Honor of the Flag my the interests of the nation mde making us Rise level to our duties As a world Power they Hope to avoid much discuss in a of the Silver questions much Dis. Us Sion of their advocacy of a Dishonour rusting that thereby they a enable to say to the believers Silver that they Are heartily in if it. And yet to col the men who for s. from by explaining color by the Vav la. It hit part m e of Ami the Lei lifter that j Goa Lav Are the Tri div the their Iii a my fellow in of is no in National contest ing on National l stand in favor financial dish one Honor. We take throw Down. W National cont Cit sent this cont have broken. A but Iii these last few weeks when j yes. His innocence was palpable to All i i a cup of wine a brought and could have wished Ilia you had taken blessed Lite couple drank from it to your children in the hand and conduct Ternate la three times Ca ii. I it or a a cd them to the prison in Bennes that a and greeted with cries of a throw ii rifled Ami repent Fin j in and a kick Simpson off the men and women arose and hissed and the men kept crying a but him out Quot Simpson appealed to the crowd to sit a Low n. A i Arn coming to my he it of saturday if the insurgents my found to i e operating on the coast. Lively times in Ireland. Irish league devices exit lenient of land league Dav Dublin. Sent. United Irish Esther aflame William o Brien s , although he had been speaking fit ii in. Setting in Ireland As in league Days every whew d up it rom into conf j a i. Are a a with the government dial a re ult of ii i i Sii i it the i \ Era tile the it has t wit ii quent the each More Only fifteen minutes. Cries came a take your peroration to s Epson attempted to go on. But no. A bid Hgt a turn to it Lect away i he Iii j struck up the stat spurt a a a i Bill Ner trod topsoil left the form. In retirement was a acct it h prolong cheer. They might have forever in their mind the picture of their father heroism. You could have told them All that he had unjustly suffered what moral grandeur a Hill. With what tenderness Thev should love him. In order to make him forget iniquitous men with their Little souls. Alien his children learn. A Thev would have Ilieen Oene Fitch by this demonstration of Manly virtue. It is not now too late. Some evening under the lamp and in the peace of family their father can take them upon his Knees Anil Tell them the tragic history. It is necessary that they should know. In order that they mat respect and adore him As lie deserve when he a spoken they xviii know that there i not in the world a greater Hern Murt or whose offering by so a fount touched men s hearts. They a a pro id of Lim an i v ii 1 a it h name Milt glory a the Rome of a very Brave Man. Who a borne himself sublimely under Trie Mot frightful then took them by the hand and led them three times around the lectern. I him St Man and attendant following holding the Crow us above the Heads of the newly wedded a air. To change Federal districts South Dakota Max be added i Dubuque Bevel tic Ollie. Dubuque. La. S tember 23.�? a til recommendation of several Revenue agents a commissioner a been in Here to investigate of the adv i ii to of adding Sonjii Dak i or. Or Buque internal Revenue District aug adding North Dakota to tip Baul District another proposition that is hot ing considered Aud will probably be Carri oat is to make the United states judicial Aud Revenue districts of it a. Id a it i now several ?. I la Quot Jot to in i or. O ii r a rho Blithen it a a in i i a Nonzero i i Lea i y i i. Use v Era i it Ltd a n t a j i he Rev Enne Dit rid. Low a Cou it a. I est do shall in re favor stand to them that the question to really relented to the rear and is not a Liv Issue they cannot be both for and Asral net free Silver an.? As Ion As Thev Are fat or it. It makes no different e whether they shout or whisper their allegiance. As to the trusts. It it or opponents throughout the . And in particular Here in Ohio. Profs seas method of Atta King the trusts to menu with Tariff which would in in a notate disaster to the masses and to debase the coinage which in addition to even in re frightful economic disaster would mean National Dishonour. In til democratic platform in Ohio jus. Two measures of Relief ire proposed the first that you should change the Tariff by Aune it favors trusts mid the second that Yum should Coin Silver Iii the ratio of p. I. I without regard to the action of any other nation. They pretend that the Tariff favors trusts they know that the greatest trus s a this country tile s an it it <1a a the Trust a utter fact the Tariff Thev a a w. A ii. Hie tru i wish Whit ii there is the in St widespread and deepest dissatisfaction. The beef Trust in utterly unaffected to the Tariff and in Nix own state on of the largest trusts the be Trust. A which is lid to it j a a i most Pron. Lieut member and promoter that ardent anti Trust Champion Arn advocate of or. Brati. Or. Richard roller i Al a Vav Holly Ted by be Tariff when they come to the second ii or j lat Tifni. To question of expansion. Ivey do Cate the Dishonour of the american rms. the trailing of the american Flag in the they place than of Lars outside the rank of proper party opponent make Taen selves in in the a a of the a iou As a w Noie. A a Beady by their Priori on the currency have shown themselves to be the Quot n to a of it within the nation. The it i 1 in a it i Ioe to to new Tut k a oru Piet of or big at a new Dpi a. Ai int snap of Hix Congre uan Lent vim 1 cities his amt Between Crit a a for t j to gut ail Ali of fore tor toe to. I of the american attn7 it. Tho Philippi is and Tho firm expressed that the Mantle of it it a i arid of Cir wit. Had f to a s Elx a. I to a to a i \ m a it. A n a a d pm a a a Vita tie 0.&Quot a. T. Pm int. We stand for a Eon of the Udit ans which have Bro tight Prosperity to it. We 1 stand for an i Steill gent Effort to i p it any wrong that May arise i i Tho u t is Job Ritu Ling a i in fold greater eve ii f a Ilia to a w e Standf r upholding the to. Edit in Mal a my i can Polk it of defending the e Hgt i or of the America n people in the tace of and for to foe an d of giving free in la Ting xxi Bret. K hit ugh the of Tine incl la expectation that lid be followed by a a so far. Been to Oft new from Johs tin St that is not a in the portly Giese Mil. 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