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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 28, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume x Vii. Mitchell. South Dakota thu Psi a. September 28 Ihm. Num Rah 4< in new my Dewey week crowd will tax the accommodations of the Metropolis Section with that function than a i the Virit of Admiral Sampson As the i official representative of tile president it the United stat s. It would in fact de extremely Dij courteous for the governor on Bellair it the state of new York to omit to. Call upon Admiral Dewey immediate i upon his arrival. These plans Wen made before Admiral Dewey a arrival in the lower Bay. But will be carried out subject to slight modifications As circumstances May re ii greeting from Long. The Navy department has sent the following formal message of Welcome to Admiral Dewey Navy department. Washington. I. Two million visitors expected sept. 20.�?Admiral to Corge Dewey Sand Hook Che department is Happy a to learn of your Safe arrival and a n Catt non ii i i tends to you and your officers and Crew Uver oui Usu have already a the most cordial Welcome. My Coy evens matters with Jack m Cormack kid alone but by the reputation that each individual creates for himself Iii i own Community and country. So Long As the negro is permitted unmolested. To secure education property employment and is Given the Protection of the Law i shall flux great Faith in our being abit to work out our own destiny. A everywhere they Tell me that in business in the stint ii there is practically no color line. And that in some eases one half their business i with their White neighbors. The two races Are to live in this country together. And he is an enemy to both who tries i to array one rate against the other. _. I a i confess that my heart is greatly i a d constantly troubled by the Large i lie dig f Ellow stay Light rounds nun it it a of negro and men who demonstrates the latter won by a Fluke in his former Victory free state stands by the Transvaal Hopes will be averted but is with the Boers if it comes Brown gelding by Baron Wilkes out of Queen Ethel. In Stratham. A a. Hts record to a sulky is 2 0i4. The chief racing event of the Day a the trotting stallion Ake i Quot High to inure Britton won in straight heats. Takes All fight out of him resolutions of the Volk Sarao by lion Down repeatedly to avoid the severe 1�?~iinisliiiieiit. Rived and countless thousands Are on the . A John i. Long. Quot a the voyage Home. J stand in idleness about the at rec to of j our cities and Tow us. The negro is i too mgt it a to la Idle. Ile is to my far i ii Hind to let others get ahead of him j Iii learning and useful occupations. Re is too weak to fail to secure that strength and respect which come to people at the Lenox athletic club last anyone through the ownership of profs i in Orange government it ii god to do Vii it t an to Avert a 4 outfit to British May s Nek. New York. Sept. 2s. Before 4.u�k> Olympia sails up the Bay i Longship anchors off Tompkinsville a relatives of Admiral visit if in our timer Lii Rugo at new York. New York. Sept. 27.�?beginning today there will be a real crush in Lite new York hotels. Practically ail of them were tilled to their utmost capacity last night but thousands of persons xxx Iio engaged quarters w weeks and months ago will arrive Iii the City today to claim them. Other thousands who were accommodated last night with the understanding that they should seek other quarters today will let a turned out to shift tor themselves. Governors captains of the vessels in Dewey s Fleet members of the Cabinet and officers High Iii the Navy will arrive in the City today. Quarters for All it s i others u the Icsis have Leeti provided who Collie today to seek hotels Xxiii be turned or i it. Sci hours to arrive. Did in Francis former governor of mud and Sec teary of me Interior int i Iceland s lust cabinetry Cox lust night. Ile is at the la. Iii ii of inor Weis of Utah xviii make head Quai ii at the hotel Netherlands governor Bushnell of Ohio at Majestic anti gov nor Richards of Wyoming at the Parker. Estimates As to the number of visitors already in the City Range from <m>0,�00 to 1,000.000 the railroads agree that unless weather conditions tire most unfavourable there xviii be 2,000,000 visitors Here on Friday and saturday. This Means that the railroads and ferries will have to handle such crowds As Nevei before. All available passenger equipment of the various railroads is being Conan t rated at the most advantageous Termini for bringing crowds into new y Ork. The greatest inward movement i it expected on thursday night. Dewey s relative visit him. Admiral Dewey a relatives who have been stopping at the Waldorf Astoria As the guests of the City. Started on la government tug Markeeta at 0 30 a a Vleck this to pay a visit to the Admiral on the Olympia. There were fifteen in the party Viz or. And mrs. Has. Dewey Aud. T. Dewey their son James p. Dewey Sot of w. T. Dewey Charles Robert dewy Nephew of the Admiral and his wife airs. Janus l. Martin mrs. La. Tinley Aud miss Frances a. Finley Edwin Dewey brother of the Admiral and wife and or. And mrs. F. In Alcuen the latter a Niece of the Admiral. Lieutenant Theodore Dewey in c Harge of tile tug from the Navy Yard and aboard with his if to meet the others of the party. Olympia sail up Lite Ray. At 9 of clock this morning the Olympia started up the Lay for the government Anchorage off Tompkinsville. Her Progress thither triumphant All sorts of Craft accompanying the Olympia up the Bay. Tile thousands that greeted Dewey had the satisfaction of seeing the hero of Manila who As he food with assistant be rotary Allen on the superstructure. Repeatedly doffed his Cap to the cheering crowds. It explained that while a Iii Dewey and How Bori outrank Sampson there Xxiii be no change in the arrangements giving Sampson full control of the naval portion of the demonstration in Dewey a Honor Llo Wison xviii be a guest at the ceremony but his presence will not interfere with Sampson. A the Olympia entered the Channel the signal corps of the forts wagged a Welcome. The slopes of the forts were crowded with soldiers who cheered lustily while the guns Liel Ched Forth a greeting and the ship an a a wired gun for gun. Later when the Olympia dropped Anchor among Sampson Fleet off Tompkinsville those j vessels thundered a Salute. Dewey arrived at the Brooklyn Navy Yard shortly before 3 o clock on an official visit to Admiral Philip returning the visit made him by Admiral Philip yesterday. Teddy to Call tomorrow. Governor Roosevelt will m Ike an official Call on Dewey tomorrow after noon. And Tai r Gen Val Avery d. Andrews. Of the National guard rave out a Stafe a v the regard to governor i Loose be is proc e l visit to Admiral Dee by i burs lax upon which occasion the govt Mer will but he Cue of general j v Greene an old Friend of Admiral Dewey. The last paragraph of g a it r., Ai a. A a Staten # v in a a precedes it. Old if a Tut governors Call a Dewey on thursday will a dependent of the Folicia the commit ire Aud a ? Over four month since Olympia started on its ii my trip. New York. Sept. 27.�?at half past 4 o clo k on the afternoon of saturday May 2&Quot the Olympia with Admiral Dewey on Hoard weigh <1 Anchor and tarted on if voyage Horn a voyage it it of. 12,0o<l Miles and a third of a year. The Oregon. Baltimore and Concord tired an Admiral s Salute and the Bay dark with Cloud of smoke from the guns. Far d in the Shor. Where the Monterey on guard the puffs from its guns Couit be seen although it too far for the sound to be heard. The merchant vessel in the Harbor said Farewell with whist s and flags and bands and the Olympia moved off to the music of a Home Swet As the Tilg hip passed the great his to to i Cru ser powerful the British ship. Saluted and the Olympia band played a a god save the in their excitement the sailors threw up their hats so High that the Wake of the Cruiser wa., covered with Bobbing specks. The music of Quot Auld lung syne Quot the last sound that the Asiatic Squadron heard from the retreating flagship. Three Day later the Olympia cast Anchor at Hong Kong where she went into dry do k and a thoroughly cleaned and repaired for the Long Vox Ace Home. The Admiral spent these two weeks of waiting in a Mountain hotel recuperating. June 6 he sailed Southwest heading f r the Straits. After a run of six Days the Olympia reached Singapore where Che stopped till june 16. When she sailed for colonic a it Ceylon off the filth in. It of India. The merchants of Ceylon had a Welcome ready for the Sailor in arrival june 22. He Well entertained for a week and a Loving cup Given him. Leaving co Lam to june 2b the Olympia i. I a ring run to weeks in p it said in the Suez canal Xvi re Dewey arrived july 12. Two Days later he passed through the anal and reached Trieste Austria. July be. Ten Days of driving about the country followed and August i ii sailed or Naples where repent a week leaving the night of August 12 or a run up the coast to leghorn where another week passed. From leghorn ii a snort run to Ltd Nice. To n Days in the riveria and then the Olympia sailed for Gibraltar where she arrived september 4. The Admiral is As entertained for a week by British officers my sailed for Horn september to. Cruiser Chicago arrives. Rear Admiral How ii anti Flag ship re i it new York. New York sept 27. The United states Cruiser Chicago flagship of rear Admiral How my commanding the South Atlantic station passed in Sandy Hook at 7 a. Iii. The anchored at i love input Anchorage off join kit a Ille. A few moments later the Bim Flag on rear Admiral Sampson a ship the new y Ork xxx a lowered and the red Flajs substituted indicating that Sampson no longer in command of the station Here. This is because Howison is Sampson a senior As rear Admiral. I lie chica#08 arrival the it Oiw ii j night kid Mccoy clearly proved that erty mid the conduct of Busine #. 11 Lite hath i Luck Mccormack of Philadelphia won by a Fluke a few week ago Iii Chicago xxx Hen he knocked Mccoy out. They met at catch weight for a 20-round Ijo and Mccoy reversed matters in a very thorough manner. He simply smothered the big wrestler and made him look like a Novice. Be sent him Down several times but Mccormack rot satisfied with these breathing spell As he Lay Down several times without receiving a punch. Ile also train Gresse the rules by holding Ami wrestling and frequently cautioned. He feigned being groggy a 4-Otipie of Rimes and tried to catch Mccoy off his guard so that he could swing his right Over. Mccoy a not to be fooled by these Wiles and kept on the Alert All the time. He would certainly have put Mccormack to sleep had he stood up and fought like a Man. I Lithe eighth round Mccoy opened with a right to the body. Mccormack clinched and Mccoy gave him five or six rights Over the kidneys and then sent him Down with a right uppercut. After this there no More fight in Quot almost the whole problem of the negro in the South rests itself upon the fact whether the negro can make of himself such a valuable Factor in the life of the South that in will not Iii any Large degree seek a Rivi Lexes but they will is conferred upon him. To bring this about negro must begin at the in Stoiu and Lay a sure foundation and hot is lured by any temptation into trying to Rise on a false foundation. While the negro is laying this foundation he will need help sympathy and Justice from the Law. Progress by any other method vill is Bort and superficial Aud the latter be worse than the in Horary end will the state fair Good crowd enjoy Lite exhibits and Ruers at i Auk ton. Yankton. S. In sept. 27. The attendance yesterday at the state fair Good. Laist evening the Farmers Institute and Stock breeders Convene i at the City Hall and addressed by f. M. Holbrook on a experience Iii a Mccormack and he dropped frequent South Dakota cheese factory Quot mainly without a punch. Referee Charley prof. N. E. Jinn Irley White made him get up and Mccoy knocked him Down with a left in the face. When lie got up again Mccoy went to him with a determined look on his face. Which so sea red the philadelphian that he Lay Down. The referee then stopped the inuit and declared met try the Winner. Time of round 2 minutes and Iii seconds. Before the fight Mccoy the j verite at in to 3. Even Money wagered that the tight would not last six rounds. After the men had entered the ring Peter Maher challenged the Winner. Mccormack looked twice i big a Mccoy and the Spectator became disgusted at the former a actions hooting and hissing when he dropped to the floor without receiving a blow. Hanson of Brookings Yuri Euit uial College o Quot the fruit list of South prof. Thomas Shaw. Of the Minnesota agricultural College lectured on Quot the dual a Tirpo is of the race during the afternoon were very Good. And were closely contested. They resulted As follow 2 45 Trot purse .21 0 four entry # Arbuta won first Money. Cola m Frond and Leeward Graves third it time 2 30. 2 25 Pace purse $200 hive entries a Albert ii. Templeton Lou sen Ryan. Lula u. Mable Payne. In Napleton won first in three first heats. Viable Payne won second Lott Scurry Art third. \1-Bert ii distanced. Best time 2 24ri. In the Pony running race there were five entries. Mamie pet. Annie Koo i la Rani foil Lei la kept. 2. The i mad of the Orange free state unanimously resolved to instruct government to use every Means to insure Trace without violating the Honor or Independence of the free state or the Transvaal. Iii a further Resolution the Volks Raad declared its opinion that would in criminal Blit asserted that come what might the free state would faithfully fulfil its obligation to the Transvaal in virtue of the existing political Alliance. To seize s Nek. London. Sept. 2. I he a in a ii pm respondent of the daily mail says the pass of Laking s Nek will be occupied tomorrow thursday with sufficient strength for present need Lin tier the belief that the Boers will attack Natal immediately hoping to forestall the lauding of the Indian contingent. The daily Telegraph publishes the Fidi owing from its correspondent in Cape town Quot i regret to note a Universal opinion that is very near. Everywhere the hours Are Active and Bellicose. They Are arming equipping Anil storing supplies for a protracted struggle. Tie Transvaal government has failed Iii an attempt to Purchase sacks of wheat Here but Hoer agents Are scouring South Africa to buy Cam provisions. Proof accumulates exit1 a i in of the a Nee of a great dutch Eon release of captives. Iguina do now Itji Van ii an tor a he delay. I Manila sept. 27. The american Art to cities have declined the request of i Lien rat la in to who is Terling Spain military affairs in the Philippines to i Semi a vessel under the Spanish Flag to collect Spanish prisoners at the ii sur gent ports As stipulate by the Fili a Pinon on the ground Flint the port Are closed and bus they detain d to accept the filipinos dictation. The authorities ate ready to Semi an american Vel. In be Spanish commission. Therefore vill return to the insurgent lines anti Endeavor to Chi eel the arrangement mentioned t Aguinaldo a issued to statement saving the activity of the americans has prevented the concentration of the prisoners but thai they xxii la delivered october to. The Tilga is of Mindanao want sovereignty Iii order to secure Protection against the Morns. A native officer offered Otis 1.000 Maca be lies to Fig. I the Taga is of la Cook to succeed Devlin. Bie a up wised i ii in ,.to and j in. Johnson Chicago sept. 27.�?samuel b. Cook the manages the anti Means Buteau of the democratic Patty returned yesterday from a trip to Missouri. Ile said that executive chairman j. To. Johnson of the National Concetti Hee. Would move the democratic pm Bureau from p. J. Devlins office and thereafter or. Johnson am he would Supply the Plenio Zratie of the country with Campaign literature. Or. Johnson recently notified or. Devlin that he service would la dispensed with. Next year a special editor xviii in appointed. Or. Cooke a intention i to i Pix the press Xith Signet articles giant Corn Frow puerto Rico s surprised the has lasted so Long Ewe intimates that Otis is to blame for the protracted conf it. Imps he tries to do too much Iglus should Ile easily or i in yes it will j night of the tres. Ill not talk. Nee. York. Sept. A St prints tile col us Admiral it Wev l it Etc of. Ours there the tax Quot it d i suppose Little Dane. Inc great or Berat Oft Ile w Btl a Tri again to British supremacy in Africa. The free state is Bolo in involved and there is no that the Grange government is on . Many Boer in the ii Iii the preliminaries Black Griffo of new Moi Ley whip saw Myrtle s. Daisy Brooklyn and kill Ashe of in Einnatz fought a six round draw and Sam Bolen got the decision Iii the fourth round Over Frank Bryant who Lay Down to escape punishment. A four were coloured. B. Mamie a pet won first Money. Engine explodes. Chicago festival Row. I Max resigns hut i a Hor leaders Are still a Inu Tistl Chicago sept. 28.�?charles Truax formally resign 1 yesterday As president of the i Aal i festival association. The general committee of the association after Stormy session lasting two hour refused to accept his resignation but or. Truax informed his associates that he would under no circumstances continue to save As president. The committee declined to fill i he office of president Bur created the position of director general of the be Tissl Aud selected Laverne in. Noyes for the place. The labor leaders were at first in for a general demonstration along the dined to reset if the action of the get note. Cannon were fired and whistles blew making a deafening chorus. Crokers impressions of Dewey is every Loch a gentleman Aud a great Man. Nev. You k. Sept. 27. Lier is a ten picture of Dewey written for the world by Richard poker who a inuit an hour Xith the Admiral yesterday a Admiral Dewey is a polished gentleman. Ile seems to posses great physical strength. Hie photograph which hair Lieen exhibited in this City the not do him full Justice. He i a More Youthful Man than any of these pictures show much More Youthful. Quot i should judge Admiral Dewey is 3 feet 7 inches in height. He weighs about 165 pounds. Quot he is the right Man in the right place. In Bis dress he is very careful. I grasp of the hand is Strong Aud his eyes although Bright and piercing. Shine with a kindly glow. There is not a wrinkle of any kind Iii his face and let the pictures show him furrowed deeply. His skin is bronzed and there is a healthy glow Iii his face. He is j even Inch a gentleman and a great Era i committee in refusing to accept or. Truax resignation. They seemed to think that perhaps i retirement a but temporary but when the conditions were explained they a it eared satisfied with the organization As made. Beyond retirement of or. Truax 1 no Progress has been made toward i settling the labor dispute. Knifed j state attorney Bethea f. E. Coyne j Aud other member of the Federal com i a Liftee. Declared that unless the Lawr situation is adjusted tomorrow the Cornerstone ceremonies xviii have to in abandoned and the invitation to ures ident Mckinley mexican and Canadian officials governors senators and congressmen recalled by Telegraph. The Radical element declared last night that a general strike would be ordered on the festival building and All festival Vork. At the meeting of the building trades Council called for Fri Day night j. J. Ryan of the strike. Committee of that organization predicted that a general lockout would in ordered. Sporar South hexed doubt intent Northern districts of Cape Colony Are joining our probable enemy. The dutch Republic xviii together in Able to Muster 35,000 men. Nearly All mounted. I learn that the free state has derided to put 10 000 men into the Field. Pence through w a. Most Inix truant Light is thrown upon the situation by a Frank statement to the associated press by sir Walter Pence agent general for Natal Iii London. Who fought against the Boers in former years lie said Quot the attitude of the Orange rive state Means its inevitable acquisition by great Britain. Peace in South Africa can Only be accomplished by . Iii my opinion would not last More than two months. Iii order to make pacification effective treat Britain must assume absolute control Over the whole of South Africa. Quot All this talk about a or. Undefended Natal is nonsense. There will be Little or no fighting Iii Natal if it Conte to a . Ami i fear that no other i sue is now possible. What do you think British troops would be doing while this much talked of Boer raid Iii Progress our railways Are in Good working order and our troops eau in transported quickly. The bad weather conditions have been magnified. \ Campaign could be carried on now just a Well As in any other season Quot two months from the Day general sir red Vert Buller lands the fighting will in Over. Of the free state had Bren Loyal fighting would not have lasted fourteen Days Quot it is the Luckiest thing in the world however that the free state a be ii foolish enough to take a hostile attitude. For that incurs her addition to a a. T British . The fret to sat a attorney general hear Colin of. Wax pc lid have been a disturb r one killed another fatally injured mid a third severely burned. Sioux fails. Sil sept. 27 \ threshing engine exploded this morning on the farm of Henry Brandt in red Rock township killing Brandt instantly. Fatally injuring Fred Lance and severely burning Robert Smith. Brandts Boily horribly mangled Anil burned found 2oo feet away. Lance but a Short time ago returned from the philippine where he a a private in the Nebraska regiment. A Cor refilling empty Cigar Hove. Chamberlain. S. A. Sept. 2#. Henry Schlesser until recently a confectioner in this City brought Here from Mitchell by Deputy United states marshal Sommers charge with having refilled empty Cigar in it upon which the stamp had already been cancelled. Lit a i mum i held by United states commissioner i Brick to appear before the next Federal grand jury at Sioux fall and Iii default of bail committed to i in enmity jail. fourteen i cd High and s a 111 growing. Black River Falls. Wit. Sept. 27. John i Smith a member of the third Wisconsin during the Spani a Ameri Ean . Brought Home some Corn from the Island puerto Rico and plated ii Jim 17. Of a # now nearly of a Treen feet High Ami till growing. I. S have formed and Are about nine feet from the ground but owing to lateness of planting will not mature. I Lee stalks Are no a i v twice a heavy As native Corn and the leaves much longer and broader. Congregational Council. Meeting of the International body in Ruston. Boston. Sept. 27.�?in the International congregational Council a Resolution to pressing sympathy with the desire of Railroad workers for a redux Hon of sunday d adopted. A paper on Quot the it Hristian Ideal state by Hon. J. Crickett. Member of the British parliament a read by hex. David l. Ritchie of new Hustle on Tyne. Hon. William t re Quot Field of Liverpool. Presented a paper on a municipal government As a sphere for a Hristian Rev. Henry Arnold i Bonus chairman of the congregational Union of England and Wales spoke on the a duty of the stronger to the weaker my he in base Ball Lames. N Val iou a i he Iii be nor. Sept. 28.�? Kultur la a a hearing in Carter Case. De lend a it. Washington. Sept. 27. Attorney general Griggs today gave a hearing to Hon. Wayne Macveagh. Counsel in the court martial Case of a Fain o. M. Carter of the army. Mtg a Cash asked fora judicial hearing Iii the ease saying if the president affirmed the proceedings he would in guilty of an act of great cruelty and wrong. The record he contended so saturate with errors of Law it a. I impossible to affirm the finding Kipling to visit Australia. Stop salvation in work. Factor in the quiet of South Africa. A great Britain a the Power to work out ultimate May a. It remain to in seen whether she has tile spirit. A i have known the by is As Well pm any Man. I have lived among them and i have fought them. To a if a carefully so close to them i an utter impossibility. Negotiations Are Voli enough in their . But British control of the Transvaal must come eventually. A my idea is that it he liners were caught in the open once or twice the thing would be ended. Kill 500 of them and All that would remain for England to do would be to Send a few hip a it i r f Crape. They Jewr lax. St Ahi in the open. And if come now thex xviii have to Dot a More than an.4 Philadelphia played a double header yesterday and Earh a Lub scored a shutout. Mcginn it or a pro leu. For the visitors ii the ii rain while framer easy. N Ara m a a ave a far a to exhibit to of Pitto the Sev a Al game who it in Wes r Matte to l thou darkness stopped the end Frame. A Send Alee. L.?s5. Scores. Firs g me it. Ii e Philadelphia a 0 a it 0 0 6 0 a a 6 6 it r j i a i 4 i ill is i p afer # Frater an v far m family and Smith. Be Ort i game h if. E of a it Lamphi v .17 4 0 2 0 1�?15 17 i Baltimore. Yem it 0 a�?0 4 4 b Uteri d undue and Douglas. Nope pm Ken i. Hot in a Crisham and Smith. Umpire a Emslie and Dwyer. Chicag sept. 2.�?griffith�?Ts steady pitching and Bradley it wonderful Fielding and hard hitting won the first game very ca.-. Y a. Of the it. # in these and game resulted from bases in Balu. Callahan Especial in being very wild. The Gam a Admiral Dewey is a of a level Hendon Man he talk in a quirk impulsive but Iii word Are careful Jav chosen. Or a a great executive and that is shown by Nantier in which he discussed All the arrangements made in his Honor not overlooking the smallest detail and always having the Comfort of his officer and men at heart. A you need not take a second it it cd at Admiral Dewey to Settle in your mind that he a very Brave Man. He a on our hearts at once. Lie looks thet a fighter that it i a a Looker t. A Mil in ton addresses negroes on race problem. Tanta. A sept. 2. Booker t. Washington president of the Tuskegee Normal College for negroes at Tuskegee ala., addressed an audience of .500 negroes Here on a the race engaged he said. R a i that the likelihood of Roble in in the Light of Lur open ii j on the the author main Sonjii Attica. London sept. 27. Rudyard Kipling intends to visit Australia and Xvi i to my in of silly stay for a Short time Iii sour ii j a he is rot optimistic twaddle ii Africa while on the . Or. Kip hug spent Winter before let Iii Africa. When newspaper editor tried to engage i services it any pried to report the Santiago Campaign he refused la would not Rej Mirt ii Var until England hic t he an opinion based u Ken Tux experience Iii Campaign a again the Boers. I have not the slight fear for the safety of in Colon or it called tends Nee. So fir it game chg ago. Pittsburg. Batteries i and Schriver be Ond Gan Chicago. Pittsburg or. Gray o Day. In Mon. Sej Hawk balls i Ion a if darkness. Atli. H e i a q i 2 v 0 �?4 7 i Ooi 09000 0�?1 7 2 a filth Ani Chance Gray to h. K i i t i i 0 0 0�? it a i a it he 0 n 0�?7 4 italian and Chance Par i a Towerman. I in pm re Estermay gov d Mak no fix i re it parian the came of Darkne uns Vaai May i the ,l.�?~ sir. A intern null in South Afrit-.,. Oral observations irom i recent trip 1 to Europe. Governor Candler who welcomed the president. Aid the cause j of the Rufli Erht dirty in a 11it is Pas Var with reason of bumps Breaks a record. Wagon Quot smarmy of the Cumberland. Steps taken to enlarge scope of the next reunion. Detroit. Sept. 27.�?the army of the Dewey Home fund. O a a a Bogier sept. 27 j l r tar Verj a Tufa o Narucki n Admiral xxx hoi i v in a option by. U re con Horre 14r has. Tics. J or. Washington said i have never Felt More hopeful about the future of the race thai i feel at pre int. If j Cumberland today took Steps looking other evidence xxx Ere needed the Mere to enlarging the scope of text yeas a a Dew 1 presence of to r it if a acc a i j Reuf Jou to include a c-2�?T a a in >42 i other officials tonight is proof Tiit the j Kiuei Tisie of the societies of Jib 2tar so ilk Des. Re a in Votion Aud a Ait rile Quot a a a 1 a a i i it a ilk robbery. Do and. If. St of. 27.�?robber? inst night dynamited Safe of a private Bank Aud stole $3,500. They escaped. it a he r Opp of a him Quot our problem cot t looking to Congress or of Lite c i ii xxx a of to Gro that the cd Osgi it a a. I -. X a i i to enc Mirage b ii and of Iowa. Tieru Orf \ be solved by to it i the North in see. A elected Ber of the army u lid \ ice pre if Henderson n y of ten a t a t Ern Faes it mile a Litchi to a Iii>3 1-4. In is Lille. Ky., sept. 2s. Amid the enthusiastic plaudits of a big crowd a the fair ground yesterday afternoon the Little Brown gelding. Bump owned Ivy by. K. Billing of Chicago. At d driven by w. Snow broke the world Wagon Pac ii g record of 2 04 held by Joe Patchon. The mile xxx paced in 2 0 >1,. To second and a half Rothjr fati i i # re cd. I he ii f Gal in dioxin re a piece lock Crk. It id not once Falitar daring re i urn a for to re to wire a. I x Ith the Low trained am Boi on. Washington to inert a we land. Mane # 3 Usu i s la i s. Of p fasted the Lou came yesterday Sud heft pit bed a e. 523. Seer to i is Wraa wild a a iving eight base on lid pitches. Boa and Magee in Lively railed on a Kkt attendance 430 k h. E. 5 a 4 0 3 �?14 14 5 of too 2�? sx5 a s divan. M fur 1�?~owei#. Umpires Quot the limit in the philippine so a a Nui lie i �., and i. The Peeple have been a sadly treat i for my h a length of Limo 1 a the spaniards that they Are distrust i �?~a1 this is the great a talk ult teabag with them. Where we have met them and thex have been in Suh Conia with ii As to learn that we in a n to treat then we i where they have seen that we mean wha we say. There is to trouble. Thex a Rand by us ail the time. All of them xviii i Arr. The s in time. They will for in . H r the inf Fujiu e of Aguinaldo or Ruth r those people who ire behind Aguinaldo. Who. As i said la of it it re. To a Mere toot. Quot do i think the Flipi tos Are Iii for self govt mme it t. Quot Well no not just now they probably will be in a Verv Little Lim they Are Xerva queer people very queer mature Manx of them Are quite i Ivi few i and Good people butt do not think they air to f r self government Bis be. By when i say that i must add at the same Titre that it is my candid Opin in thai hex Are More fitted for it than the cd baits. The Ftp they Are a better people than the cubans in every . I do wi.?h. However that the whole business settled and i trunk that after a Little to filipinos take kindly to . Millis it la Resl let Tsal talk. I a suggested to the add firral the me demo in slate had been settled admit it Leary i r the Redden y and Genera Wheeler for the vice pics Lenc a s id the Adro Ira Quot we a pm. T Rake a pretty mess of it. Gen in xxx he a a or. Of Emir has had son. Toni ung in the political a Bool. To then he is a xxx est Pointer. I had forgotten thai lie would w int to run everything a he w Mhz a regiment and. Of course would make a splendid mess of it. You cannot run a government a you would u regiment Well suggested he reporter Quot ii would i he such a a hang from the ship Olympia to the ship of said the Admiral a it would he a very great change. I am not a po1 to. In. I am a Sailor my training h we had that . I am at hone in Boa re ship. I know my Busine or at Lea a Ltd know it. And i do no wart to p ii he affair of the government i amp a fetal it satisfied to pc and die a simple Sailor who tried to do his duty i am not a politician. I cannot make a speech even. I wish i could but i have to be contented with my some one said just then to the Admiral that his eur reported to have mad a statement to the of. R that Bis father xxx is a did to the wed re Publicar the Admiral laughed outright and to i pie a or Wood lying i ti., do k Rome Yard away. At the same Tiro saying a my son knows As much about wha my politics Aras that the Admiral would nut say a w re about the abetted interferes of the German Admiral. Diederichs. At Manila. Praise Iii men. Quot they Are a splendid the to Mir said. Speaking of his men. Quot the very pm k Tho finest in our Navy and that Means he Hest in the world. Before i gut to Manila the archbishop with whom i of Serwar t became very intimate said the american sailors were the seam of Earth a Bloodthirsty lot of cutthroats. Who would destroy anything the their path. Loiter on when i did it there said the Admiral with a knowing Jim it a the archbishop Cam on Board in Day xxx i had a battalion at Drill the very aame battalion that will Para in new York. The archbishop went on the Bridge and watched them closely. I knew he admiring them and i Sai l to him a Well. What do you think of our american allots a a they Are splendid he Aid. Quot i have seen them a of most Navi hat never anything ilk the to Are magnificent i cannot understand it a such splendid Young Fellows How does it happen a xxx said the Admiral a we pm it a for the Best men. Or come closer to our men. We treat them better than other countries and we pay them a then j called a Man and said to him a How my h do you get a month Quot he saluted and said eighty Dollar sir the archbishop astonished. You know la a would Pax a. Whole shipload of spaniards. After that the archbishop had it very great respect for in and became very Friendly. Quot Here i have a picture of general Luna which Given to my by the the Ltd moral then sent an orderly for the picture of the philippine general we murdered by order of As he said. The picture that of a negro in a sort of military uniform. On the tack a an inscription in Spanish to the archbishop of Manila. Father Bernardine Mesa Ludo. It signed by Lur a. Admiral Dewey then said Luna Wath bes m in the filipinos had. Quot it a a he said Quot to Assn Sinai him a Erin k swordsman a placed a sentry and when Luna appeared he so july stabbed him. But the fellow All. A a d the Admiral Quot Are a queer lot. They a re simply servant and stable men Sud Aguinaldo a Junior clerk in the Navy Yard. He i a pretty smart fellow i know him pretty Well in fact. We were Greet of rids. A a matter of fact he has not the brains there Are people behind him. Some of them lawyers and Able fellow who make a tool of Aguinaldo. A re. By the . Is a Cane which he presented to me Quot and the Admiral produced a thick Black stick carved and i sem bling Irish bog Oak More a ban a Vise. A lots till ride of the six o the cd mix i a i Painter. I time by quarters xxx it it iou a. for i. A b fit a is j St leu Louii Ruif. Batteries a erty and ii and co Knolly new York feat the n ghz i of far kites new York Brooklyn. Batteries to by and m Nam Ga-.-. To. P re is de is in Well played Bun h us their hit Rucat form. In e. A it im0.o -2 ii ,. Too 0 0100 0�?2 6 0 duh of Ani o Connor Flah Amer umpire�?3f< Lac. It \ by a de \ v at x a Torosy in a or Calic i Ort account Attey a a la c. Re score r h e. A to 111.0 10 Ali Ouri i lie. New Madrid. My. Sept. 27.�?au incendiary tire ept the West Side of Fuin Street Destro Yiu a Twenty xxv. Building the loss is $1�k>, j00. I yellow for or situation. La Koc. Mich 8 it. 27 a fax a a Freer situation due hot to orc Csc a Ira or. Of. Me Neva Tass is an a i. U total of the Reone yes in Lav afternoon. The town is quart. I Here xxx j a lit a it Iii a Terai acts Tbs i a a a a a her a i
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