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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 26, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota. Tuesday. Be i tem Hek 26. Isl num heh it to release Gilmore and his companions reported that the filipino Congress has decided to surrender Yorktown men. I fight was for the Light heavyweight i or i Chii championship limited to Twenty Lllan ulv Muaulu Nlle rounds and for a division of the Box receipts. Hall weighed 16s and Choya ski 160 pounds. The tight was Lively while it lasted with honors possibly in Halls favor luring the first two rounds but in tin by goats Lymph sought in vain country Edi tor doctor discovers via be Given up this week an to tot i it two englishmen formerly held by tin Hebo is bring the news to Manila Rockefeller Disu Petca in net. Manila. Sept. 26. To a. In. Two englishmen who hat been held by the insurgents since june have armed at Les. They report that the filipino fess has ordered that the four a Mer Iran prisoners shall is site a red on wednesday or thursday. They have however no information As to the whereabouts of Captain t Harles m. Kocke Feller. Of the fifteen the infantry who disappeared in april last. Anti of whom no Trace has la Een discovered. Ibex assert that three americans who were captured by the rebels Are acting As officers in the insurgent army. Rebels capture a gunboat. Manila. Sept. 25. It is reported the insurgents have captured the United Stales gunboat Urdanta Northwest of Manila Bay where she was patrolling. One officer anti nine of the Crew Are missing. The gunboat petrel which was sent to investigate returned and Rejeki Rcd that the Urdanta was beached opposite Orani on the Ora i River. She was riddled with bullets and burned and tile following guns with ammunition. Were captured. One Pounder, one Colt automatic and one Nordenfeldt 25-millimetre. The Crew Are prisoners or have been killed. A very Small . Washington sept. 23.�?the gunboat Urdanta. Which was captured with her Crew at Orani about Twenty live Miles from Manila Oil the Bay of Manila is a Little Craft of Only forty tons displacement not much larger than a Small tug. She was captured by a he Navy Early Iii flu War Ami has been Onku Liee duty in the Bay for months past. The records of the Navy department show that she was one of the boats of which the Oregon is tile a rent ship that is. She was supposed to draw All of her supplies from the battleship. To be manned from the Oregon screw and to act under the instructions of the Oregon a commander. According to the last reports to a lie department the Little boat was last May under the command of naval Cadet Wei born Wood but the personnel of the Crew is not a matter of record. Being subject to current change. Wood was appointed to the naval Academy from Oregon had passed his Academie course and was performing two years sea service at the time of his capture. Naturally the department officials Are vexed that the difficulties of the negotiations looking to the release of lieutenant Gilmore of the Yorktown and his men. Should be added to by this misfortune. Still there is no disposition unnecessarily to curb the Junior officers of the Navy. Who an rendering such Gallant service in the Philippines. Good news from Otis. Negro. About to recognize Anion an authority lag in Stilu. Washington. Sept. 25. Two important dispatches rom general stir at Manila were made Public by the wat department today. Hie first indicates that the insurgents on the Island of negro Are a unit to recognize the authority of the United states. An election in Negros will a held on the 2d of october. The dispatch. Follow a Manila. Sept. 23.�?�adjutant general Washington Hughes Iloilo report Lope and sixty four armed men surrendered to Tyrue it Gastellum. Election in that Island october 2. Sought conference. Chief insurgents in Panay wished to know what Promise could Iven them in Cuse of formal subsoil. Told no arrangements Jussi ble until surrendered and Force disbanded. rile second dispatch say the american Flag will in raised Iii Sui ii Island. The chief insurgents in Zamboanga Are reported willing to accept the author it of the United states lint desire to name conditions v High general Otis would not accept. The second dispatch follows. A Manila. Sept. I. Adjutant general Washington Bates returned from Bilio a nth instant having placed garrisons tit Silassi and Bun gain. Lawai croup one company each place. Affairs in archipelago satisfactory. Dates says chief insurgents of Invin to receive i muted states Garrison on condition of withdrawal should Aguinaldo succeed in Luzon. Tie i luring me inst two roil int Lait in 0 third to Hoy ii i used his right and left what Pasteur and Brown Sequard effectively a number of times and when but half a minute of the third round remained Tioy ski landed several right and left swings in succession sending Hall to tile floor when he remained until carried to his Corner after the referee had counted the ten seconds. Instantly there were cries of Quot fake from All quarters of the Hall and a More disappointed crowd never left a ringside in this City. That this Goat s Lymph is accomplishing highly satisfactory results in Many forms of disease. It is the substance for which professor Koch. Doctor brow a Sequard. Doctor w. A. Hammond. Pasteur and others have been seeking for years. Certainly it is a compliment to the Genius of a Missouri country editor for that is what or. Roberts i. When the scientist of euro a have to turn to ii Iii for in at met Ion on a subject of which they have made a life study. A remarkable Illinois Case Diaz not to visit us. Criticised Otis methods. A hopelessly insane Alan cured by injections of tile Lymph May revolutionize tile treatment of lunatics. Dewey a Iii to have used Blunt i. A ii to u ii g to Hie general. New York. Sept. 26. The Tribune in a Dis Mitch from Washington pub ii spies extracts from letter of officers at Manila which give the alleged reason Why Admiral Deway left Manila and new Light on general Otis methods of dealing with the situation. It b reported that Admiral Dewey plainly Smike to general Otis before the peace commissioners of his a flying this and Oiler thing which developed at the conference Are said to have caused Admiral Dewey to decide to come Home. Other passages in the letters which Are from officers of repute hint at irregularities in the conduct of the government at Manila. The Tribune introduction to the letter say a these and ices tend to strengthen the Adverse impressions a to general Otis. Which it i now known president soil to mum communicated to the president. And which Admiral Dewey is expected to corroborate in the next few a Chicago ii. Sept. 27. After having in Een pronounced a hopelessly insane by he it alleviate and so marked Oil i he records of the Kankakee a a Luton. The had i trial 11 tie Young Man Aud business at his Home full v Restor whith in mind and resume the Inan Fen Sivc business form of insanity Dreyfus meets his loved ones of Gail reunion at Ltd Harp entrant Uther and children. London sept. 26. The Paris correspondent of the Standard says a the excitement of meeting his it Hii Dren has produced a serious reaction in the condition of Dreyfus and it is feared that it May be necessary to Send him to Malta or corp extras. Sept. 26. It is almost a sacrilege to Lay Istre to the Wor d the scenes of the family reunion in charming Willamarie. When Dreyfus clasped in his arms his two Young children whom he a i not seen for flip years. The Little ones came from Paris in charge of a relative. Their arrival made Complete the Happy family reunion. It was a charming Pietr that was presented to the privileged callers. I hey saw Drey fus rated on a Large Wicker chair in a Glass enclosed Hel to in front of the House his children at his knee and mine. Dreyfus at his Side while gathered around him were stanch faithful Mathieu Dreyfus Aud various other Merlier. Of that Ala Brogue and Hadamard families. The autumn weather was Mellow by the soft breezes of Southern France. The Sun cured Down brighten rays that made the whole country Radiant with natural Beauty. It seemed to in a a ill new life into the Martyr and added to the emotional Joys of tin Day. It caused him to exclaim a i it True it steins As though i were in a Dreyfus for the first Tim since 161. Enjoy tin full happiness of doing it to life. Ile made the acquaintance of Bis of ii daughter for when in was thrown into prison she was a baby a few months old. Now she i a Bright child overjoyed at seeing Lier father whom she had been told was a Way on a Long journey. During the years of Dreyfus imprisonment the True fait were kept Fri in tile children. They know nothing 0�?T tin Ile do Shabie. The Bennes trial or tin Pardon. It has 1mcii a problem for the parents How to break tin new to them for they must know eventually. Tin boy is year old. Bright and observing Iii. Mind develop died sufficiently to comprehend so terrible a Story. I fathers martyrdom May be unfolded gradually to him. Irwin Fuller bus prominent Iii i he so life of Joliet is to with his mental fact cd. Keen and Active body and really to age men of his eve a flail recovery from the from which he suffered is rare and in this instance the interest is increased by reason of the Novelty of tin treatment employed. Or. Bush was cured by injections of Goat s Lymph a remedy first suggested by or. F. B. Roberts. A country physician in Missouri who is now on ids Way to Europe where he has been invited to Tell the medical savants of the old country about the new form of treatment. Or. Bush a family is one of tin Best known in Joliet. I is about 30 years of age. Married and has two children. Or. Bush was a robust and healthy Man up to two years ago. When he was seized with Peculiar attacks that produced a choking sensation and were accompanied by temporary fits of aberration. So far As the physicians could ascertain tin re were no predisposing causes of a functional or congenital nature. These attacks at Tir to did not interfere with his capacity to attend to business affair but after a while they became keen a the Lei re pub mild Imes. A la about the. In Rondi to mud Benefit to both countries. The illness of mint. Diaz has placed a degree of uncertainty the plans of the president i journey it was Popeil that her Ion might improve sufficiently Low president Diaz to Tim absent. So Strong was this expectation that yesterday the Senate again took up the matter of la proposed visit Aud increased the amount of the appropriation for tin expenses of the president Aud his party to $150,600 Gold. The former appropriation was $ i Silver. Would choke to death during the paroxysms. Finally abandoned business. Each attack weakened the patients nervous system his mind la neoame affected. And at last it w is apparent that he was insane. He grew worse Ami finally had to abandon All business cares. I he doctors diagnosed or. Bush a malady As paranoia a form of insanity from which there is Little Hope of Relief. From Early in january until March i. I. Bush was kept at Home under the care of a it Erial attendant but on March 7 he was committed to Kankakee Asylum. At the Asylum the Case attracted special attention because of its unusual nature. Bush a mind seemed to be a perfect Blank la Hail none of the cunning or trickery if the ordinal insane patient he was unable to think or plan or execute. Doctor Joseph in Hawley of this City. Who has in in experimenting with Goat s Lymph a obtained by fit Roberts process suggested to doctor Bowen thai. Of the Asylum that the treatment be tried on Bush. Mrs. Bilush consenting Bush was brought to Chicago on june to. He was placed under treatment at no. 3907 Prairie Avenue where there is a talks of peace conference. A Bool of in or lion for physician the the it the Iva Nill at firs t i in Waim Given Injo a tic f i Villi re eve a Day. Laid being ii Inci a Ted Hyp i Derani Iii tiie a trill i my i i gradually inc Retif is Vii Ere re ill fed i n n u in 9 ois a a wee la St tin to Ruday. I Nill Euvi a after by ii was Rhi to c hic a n a he pm less r maniac. Turned to i k i a in to a lie in 111 in Issac Oil of his Menta i Fracul Captain Crozier discusses re of Hague a Ali it. Washington. Sept. 26. It opium it co Zier. Of the ordnance Bureau who was a do in Ber of the International c inference at the Hague has returned to i duties in the War department. A Tam Crozier is Well pleased with what was accomplished. He say that it a known As soon a the con Fere Nee assembled that there could be nothing done regarding the decrease of armies an the relation of invention and Progress in the Matt r of offensive and defensive warfare but the subject was considered and Given attention though nothing approaching in agreement was Ever reached. To Captain Crozier tin is get important and interesting feature of the conference which was agree upon i the treaty for a International code of Civ sized warfare. The basis of the code was the celebrated order issued in in by the knifed states during the civil War in which a Cotie for the treatment of prisoners non combatants spies women churches and property was provided. The most serious Point of difference in this matter was the treatment of those citizens Iii of invaded country is. Organ defense Del that implied a truth of till in red these funeral of Scheurer Kestner in to entertained aniline with Moro a have raised i listed Bagayan. Zno a o. Gave adhesion my desired to raise american Flag intend of Spanish Flag on Island Nier can Flag will be raised there. Ready prop is to Manga tos in v states islands Ian is a Unity i lag. Dal visited j a former Premier Britton eulogize dead senator. Paris. Sept. 26. Upon the occasion of the funeral of of. St Heuie re Taer former vie president of iii1 French Senate who died on the Day Pardon was granted Captain Dreyfus whose Champion lie had in ii from the outset of the revision movement several eulogies were delivered. Henry Bris it on. Former Premier who was greeted with loud cheers. Iid in had always reverenced the Noble figure of St in hirer Kestner. Vav to w i it i a i to in r of Justice and who All his life combated the Plebs scutary regime which had Lieen of fatal to France. On the termination of the ceremony the spectators cheered m. Brinson Ami surrounded his Carriage crying a Vive la Republic m. Brisken was much affected. Colonel pie quart who was among the Spectator a received with loud cries of a Vive pie Quartz and Vive la the Figaro say that among the i serous wreaths upon the coffin one bearing tin ins option to to give six months notice Iii order to in archipelago c tools and Scheurch Kestner infinite gratitude regulations under protocol betwee Nam gig net in Sman letters. Alfred pain. Germany and great Britain of ?95. Bates report by mail. Dreyfus Hall out in the third. To March against Khalifa. A ast Raba ii Defeated by of Louisville. Louisville ky., sept 20. J. Of California Knocke of Australia in let tight before the nor f 1 us in t he a a it Chov ask i foe i the i a Hon Jim round the eueral Kitchener preparing move against dervishes. Loudon sept. 26. According to a on it lil in it t Tig atch to til o. Genera r general for an a daily lord it. N. . Immediate i aet or Lait in my to kit Bene or. Iii gov on Giro ii he i t the f ties. At first the treatment had an apparently lad effect on or. Bush. And his friends were disheartened. Then came a slow change for the Lett or. And he began to improve steadily. From a week of 119 pounds be gained in weight rapidly until now he turns the Scales at 144 pounds. In looks Well and healthy talks rationally and Persia Vav to know him intimately a he i now mentally Ruml. When Een Friday at his Home or. Bush said j cannot Tell just when my reason came Back to me. Every thing i Lear to him. A i know that i have let Een growing belter for sonic weeks. It a. Iut monday or tuesday that the Climax Cann which lifted inc entirely out of my insanity. It is certainly a most remarkable cure. I have taken up my business affairs where i was compelled to drop them and find everything Clear to me. I am not yet As Strong physically As i would like to a. But Ain gaining right or. Hawley speaking of the Case said a a specialists had pronounced him a confirmed paranoiac and incurable. Of Wao marked on the records at Kankakee. Today ii is mentally sound. A i take no Puciul credit to myself neither do the Oiler gentlemen who were interested with me in the a Eri intent. Aav used Goat s Lymph n til doses and manner described. Quot briefly my theory is this insanity i a result of a degenerated condition of the brain cel The Goat Lymph contains healthy cell. By injecting this Lymph into the human system these healthy cells arc carried to the eat of disease where they tone up the afflicted brain cells and in restoring them to a Normal condition. A i his i the Aplan Atic i would make to a mini it tee of medical scientists. But it probably will be Nett. R unde a oed a Lav men than would a Ltd Arni Ige d end in who without office uniform fought Iii ii Mea and country. It was Fili ally dec invaded country shas soldiers if they c provisions a were organized Hie officer carried some distinctive la observed the Laws Ai these regulations Case of sudden inv cannot be complied wit combatants observe tin Toms of War. Uie protect Ion of ii it no it Iii it ant. Of women and children and of property is provided for Aud the treatment and definition of spies is one of the articles. Works of Art Are no longer considered w Ore i f Are not required in Aion so that they 1, prov i a i the Laws and ens Transvaal refugees flock to Cape town the Central lab Hon. By. One of Lyes and item Nuti Street rail a it John Kilgour demand for 2� barged if the by steady Stream of planders fro Johannesburg pouring into the British Colony. Are no new developments preparing for the Admiral s coming York making final arrangements for the great Dewe Celebration. The land and naval parades illness of his a h interferes a lib his flans. City of Mexico sept. 26. Preside Diaz cannot go to Chicago Ltd account of the Ilia of mine. Diaz. He Lins appointed Alice Ignacio Marzeal minister of foreign relations to go a his representative. President Diaz Hist night expressed deep regret that he must for g pleasure of the trip which ii looked Forward to with keen desire. He had Hoh a to Nice ing men of the neighbouring Aud Felt that the occasion w t at town Lier of Johann riving Here a ire is pay ing ii blames governor Shaw. Texas executive talks of is. Louie Trust conference. Austin Tex. Sept. 26.�?governor Sayers and attorney general Smith have returned from the St. Loui antitrust conference. The governor expressed himself a being satisfied w Ith the result adding a it was a pleasant harmonious meeting except As to the part played therein by the governor of Iowa. Who was unable to get away from partisan Bias anti refused to Lay aside tarty prejudices Long enough to discuss the More frequent Ami violent and the subject in hand upon Broad political physicians who were called feared he am patriotic re Mir. The awl Oil a big it per of War. Ami a not to in or destroyed. The de to it buildings Ami it heels not allow in unless necessary for Milita carried of Iii of i infantry. Fourteen artillery. Fourth cavalry and eighteenth Aud nineteenth signal corps who enlisted Antler general order no. In Ami who Are known As Volunteer regulars. All of the returning men enlisted Iii n 11 fort in. The vessel was hoarded i in the health officials and an examination of the is now Prog san Francisco. Sept. 25. The Trail port Sheridan Sidell sat inlay for Manila with the thirtieth regiment. I aired stat Volunteer and a Ileta i intent of 35o recruits for the eleventh cavalry and the thirty sixth Ami thirty seventh a a Lucite or regiments. Colonel Cornelius Gardner Goe in command of the thirtieth while Captain William b. Reynolds of the fourteenth infantry is in charge of the recruit lieutenants Miles Arni Mckel vey Are also with the recruit detachment. Permit chinese to land. Soli t Cly loses. Private property is not to la seized Ami held except Iii ease of necessity. Aud is not to in taken Miles a lately needed Church property is to la respected. And the rules of the ii i re now used on land a extended to Maii time warfare. The action of the United states in taking the Lead in the matter of the humaneness in warfare Taek in i63 was favourably commented on by a number of the delegates. Valencias soldiers Debar. It to crowd f Beer the Montana men a they anti. San franc,.-. A of. 25 i. Mart Valenica. Which arrived from Manila yesterday with companies b. A it. Of i and k. It the first Montant Volt i Untener on Board wad it it cd to today a in i the soldiers disembarked Ami marched to the Presidio whet a j they went into Camp. The men a revived a Fine reception. The sidewalk along the Iii of March were crowded with cheering people and at smut i Points it a a Dilu us matter f cd i veterans to Oak then Way through t of Yirgu ii. A Wuhu i n in a a in rat m a it i Vav re. Quot i i a shipload of Celemin allowed to disembark at Manila. Washington. Sept. 25 Secretary Root received ii t Able from of Imlay regarding the bin situation in the Philippines. Ile says a shipload of 7�?~"� eau be landed without Erio ii Fere Nee with military operations d cusses at considerable length subject of Hine be in the Philipp the dispatch was referred to the department and made the Subj a conference with the chinese min ister. The result of the conference Vav out in the following official statement chinese from Amboy on the team i Ksn Urashi and a i Vail Ira. Als half of them being previous. Resident of to Philippines have been permit Ted to land owing to the special Cir Crim stances a it of the ease on th1 prom is of the t chinese Consul general Ai Manila that no More it chinese will Leuv it chinese pm of for the philippine no irs qualified to land under flu Vav depart meat decision of Orange free still Rand a ill it Iii next important or Vvs More troops i ave India. Sept. \ or Ltd sour refugee Are Arle. A i he Relief to innit very attention to the a who Are Iii need of assistance London. Sept. 25. Another week Linso a i Ted with the Transvaal i i Alf nation marking time. So news has yet a a a received of the delivery at Pretoria a of the hint British dispatch. The next big news will in the decision arrived at by the land of the Orange Tice stat whose secret deliberations Are expected to close tomorrow and it will come As a great Surprise if the Rand dec not decide to link Arni with the Transvaal. Neither the jingles nor the anti War party Are very proud of yesterdays affair on Trafalgar Square which proved nothing except that a mob is alway. a Telegram received from t a sent to aum once the de partner of the transport sir Dahua for South Africa am. The last transport for the i a leaves India tomorrow. Boers want a showdown. Burghers believe England is playing fur time. London sept. 26. The Bruel it correspondent of the Standard say the. Or. Leyd British representative of the african Republic now concedes the hopelessness of any attempt to bring it it european intervention. Facial from Pretoria says that the men bet of the Voik Traad. Believing the the British mite a intended i Quot gain Tim for the concentration of troops urge the government to adjourn the Raad immediately and to senti great Britain a mgt the declaring that further mobilization will in regarded As an unfriendly aet. Trenches earthworks and sandbag defences Arl eing erected in All the available approaches to the capita. Ape town. Sept. 26. It is rep i Ted from Pretoria that comma in ant general Jot Ibert reckons on Transvaal troops. 16.000 from the Orange free state. You front Molony. 2.060 from Natal and 6.000 hollanders. German and other volunteers. Pretoria. Sept. 26. The Imperial Iii a Patch was read yesterday Iii the Volks Raad. Or ident Krueger announced that the reply of the government of the South african Republic Voigt 1 be presented to the Vulk raut today. City of Para arrives. By mrs Quot Volunteer regulars a Home a Sherman outward bound. San Francisco. Sept. 23. The unite i states transport City of Para arrived Here today from Manila. The Para a on Board members of the Twenty third United states infantry. To vent second Fri i Iii warships a ill Ake part in the a afer pageant a pro Gram tor the Lam Par it de. New York. Sent. 25. Active Prepa Rev. James Hill dead. Vav As k ii a n lain of if Dubuque. His a retd he was hoi ii s the a i a Gilling i Hup i to in v1 irs Low a. By trial of the . Big Hilt the slip shows a Speed of i to. Ii in not. J Tell i the mar at. To v ii in 11 i now it the a it h anti to off Rockport Ala. A the big battleship crossed the pushed tip an enormous volume of water Ami great wave were thrown up astern by the screw. She made Good s m a. However although the tide a Aga inst her and the wind nearly abeam. The Vesel kissed the Potts Mac the second Mark Lmh at a 16 47. She showed a Speed of 16.49 knots. From toe Shire the third Mark was indistinct. But the Kear arge appeared to have a abeam by 11 14, having taken tvs i minutes and 16 seconds on this leg. W High would make her sgt eed 17.63 knots per hour. These Are Stiokis of the course Over which formerly the slowest time has been made. At 11 24 the big ship was lost to View in death penalty for two. Bos Aya pan la. Vav to hero tape re on he in ,.,.i i in we v in a a wer Bay p. Morton. A ii Ila in Mea it . Depew and Warren by their visit to the Illy Ai formal Ami for the Purpo ing Admiral Dewey with the Prepa rations in ids ii til. I line. Re potting up a fruit of the first prot tenth Street Ami i Den announced the. In to expelled from ministry. Ilia Plain or a seven 11 guilty it �?�1 ii tie com ing t mid ult t Columbus. A. Sept. 25.�? Rev. John i. Life chaplain of the seventh Ohio Volunteer a Licen found guilty by the Ohio methodist conference of conduct unbecoming a minister of the Gosiel. He made improper or it Powals to miss Rose Lee lurch daughter of lieutenant t ,�>�1 Burch an i a expelled from the ministry. Base Ball games. T he 11 in $5 to $50, us the ii it an Assurance High prices i. I s.,.l or National go a nays i k on i y Wei was vits it St div is. Of. Avenue Are quote i i a it. I lies Are us stands below Twenty third Street Ami where the seat holders Wilt not lie Able to see Admiral Dewey who leaves til Quot Parade at the reviewing stand. There is Rill much work to do on the Dewey Arch. Ami the colonnade. Sculp tors Ami Modellers Are doing ail Iii their mixer towards completion. I he Mammoth sign. A Baa Cleome Dewey. On Brooklyn Bridge is timing put together As fast As carpenters and electricians can a i it. Several of the letters have been finished and these were lighted up Ami tested. Order of land Para. Rear Admiral Schley a place in the land Parade has been settled by rear Admiral Philip to whom a Suir cd in Mittee of the reception Cun Mittee Appeal i for advice. Rear Admiral Philip suggested As in Accord with every re quire debt of official etiquette the billowing formation in Intra i Dev from i ii v Meta. My mayor a k la. E. He hits k m met cd cd 4 urn Dewey a five captains a Manila. Personal staff of Admiral in wry. Commander in chief of the Atlantic Tat Ion. Admiral Sampson and staff commander of the new York station my staff of three. Admiral j. A. Philip. Junior officers of Olympia. Junior officers of the North Atlantic ration Aio to thirty six. Governors. Is i Letl Lilg a >1 die i Street railway strike Likely Xiii no it re technic i account i. Or add Vav by n a Man us. Ii Price Quot or i a Oil tilt a a. V a Lull in r. Cincinnati threatened a till a Rig f labor a a. Cincinnati sept. 23.�?a co inmate ii consisting of Rosin it it or. Of Derr to �?�-1 r v of to Amalga to a Quot i a r a of Street railway employees Frank a la is. I. I it of tug i a in. Amiral r that vim a Mitt Mill to Ewi to a t urn to Ila \ i value rat labile in ii Vii a tags nne a Jitt it Fri it w it Eitler and Milf a Tai Terr out of the Oiler a r. A j
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