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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 29, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume Xvi Mitch i i. South Dakota Khz i a v. Ski tem blk 29.isl p numb Khz 7 by in Foh Many distinguished callers their respects to the o of Manila. Pay welcomed by gov. Roosevelt Vla Jor generals Miles and Merritt the visitors to the Olympia. Among Ensign upon the Good ship Hartford before new Orleans and afterwards upon the Franklin and Sii it be it came j Down from that Masthead it never has been whipped by the wind or worn by the elements. You Are a worthy successor of that great Admiral whose tactics you so successfully followed a Short while ago. I deem you the proper person for Farragut Mantle to fall Dewey was deeply affected. Then were tears in his eyes As he gazed at the souvenir and it was several to l ments before he could find his voice. Finally he said �?~111 Fly it at the masthead�?111 Fly it in Parade ill Fly it always and and when i strike my admirals Flag this will he the Flag i shall this was the most impressive scene that occurred on the Olympia since its arrival and for some time no one spoke. The washingtonians remained Oil Board chatting with the Admiral for an hour. Strength of the Farmers products that is the most notable feature of the business situation at present. Fall Trade continues Good Iron anti steel markets As As liver Large i. X ports wheat and i i our Brad streets Ile View. Strong of marines Given their medals Iii ooze souvenirs voted by Congress presented to the 350 men who fought on flagship at Manila. New York. Sept. 29.�?the naval Paradt today will Start from quarantine Ai i p. In. The police boat patrol will i get in the Lead. With the fire boats new York and Yan Wyck. I in Olympia Aud the Steamer Sandy Hook. Hal ing on Hoard Max or Van Wyck and representatives of the City of new York will follow Side by sole. Alter this the following Oiler will be maintained Chicago protected Cruiser. Flagship of rear Admiral howls on. N to York. Armoured Cruiser. Flagship of rear Admiral Sampson. Indiana battleship first class. Massachusetts battleship first class. Texas battleship second class. Brooklyn armoured Cruiser. Lancaster. Gunnery ship. Marietta gunboat. Scorpion. Auxiliary Cruiser r a Ped ii it flirted Dupont Ericson win Dom and Cushing. Rev. No. Cutt. Is Manning. Algonquin or Sham. Windom and Onondaga t Asp it. Sedgwick Mcpherson and Mcclellan. Hospital ship Missouri. S Oamer Monmouth with representatives of rho naval militia. New yet re and followed by Tho other vessels of the naval militia. The. Boats of the City. General Slocum and Glen Island with general committee of citizens steamers mount Hope. Warwick and Matte wan. First division escort Ini column composed of ninety five seam yachts Ender command of j. Pierpont Morgan with the flagship Corsair. Sir Thomas Lipton Serin will Lead the starboard column a i Howard Gould s Niagara the port column. Among the other yachts will lie the a Losis Phine and Nourma Lial. Tile american and Sapphire Columbia and a Dakota Soldier has smallpox Wayne Larrabee of company a sick at the Presidio. San Francisco sept. 28.�?another ease of smallpox has developed a in Cong the soldiers at the Presidio. Wayne Larrabee of company a South Dakota volunteers is the afflicted n m. Lie has been isolated and will be removed to the Camp of detention where there Are now five eases of the disease. There Are also five men similarly afflicted on Angel Island. I great Day at Oelwein opening of Chicago great Western shops speech by governor Shaw. New York sept 29.�?hradstreet�?Ta this morning says i he notable feature of the i Kiness situation is the strength of agricultural products notably the cereals Cotton and pork products fall Trade continues Good though it is conceded at several markers that the biggest part of the fall business has been done and that the orders from now on will Cut. The largest figures. Weather conditions while favourable to Cotton crop harvesting Are claimed to be hut Fol to further growth because of dry weather. Outside speculative interest in that Staple Short covering partly it is claimed on foreign account and the exceptional strength of the manufacturing Industry the products of which Are in Active demand Ami tending upward Are All reflected in the rapid advances for both futures and spots. I Trot 20 purse. Topic Erst floppy ii second. Al cog third. Time 2 21. In the 2 a Nice Sunn purse til i were six entries. Chicora Gin Merman chief were distanced. I Wilkes won Blue Range Sec tile. C o c third. Time 2 22 1-2. Bunning race. Siso Purs four it n tries Captain Santo re won Giam second Uncle Dan third. Time f>2 2-. Roadster race three entries reflow Dale won Annall second Monkey third. The South Dakota agricultural y cation in to last night in annual i Aion and elected a new Board As in i lows first District i. W. Peterson. Vermillion second District la. To. I i Gerton. Yankton third District to. Cole Wheeler fourth District it. La. T warn Ley Aberdeen fifth District. John Armstrong. Or hum t sixth District. J. J. Fitzgerald Madison eighth District la. C. Warner Forestburg tenth District e. M. Bennet Clark eleventh District to. A. Harris mantling twelfth District la. S. Fletcher. Watertown thirteenth. In i. Ashford Aberdeen. The new Board will meet next january to elect officers and fix Date for Bow fair. At Tim dairymen s meeting the executive committee fixed the Date for the mid Winter meeting As december 12, la and h. To be held at Mitchell. At the Farmers Institute Aud Stock feeders convention a very profitable program was carried out. Ii. Pettigrew of Flandreau spoke giving ii very helpful talk on sheep. Ile was followed by prof. N. E. Hanson of Brookings agricultural College who had for his subject. A Alfalfa and other prof. Hanson was the first Man to bring into the state from Siberia the varieties of Alfalfa that stand any amount of cold. Heat or f Ramus reply i 1 is expected Topa British Cabinet w Iii Probo v spent the Day discussing the Boer answer want to Deal with Salisbury .5 the new policy of this country i y be to their damage. It is the be j to Iii Washington that opponents of Hilu it it i states Iii Mexico have been i uncut int enough to induce president j .1/ to abandon his . Fearing that j is going to Chicago would be accept j j a it. S a Token of the intimate Rodu i Joes existing Between the two republics. Porac taken Boers have a fait Iii handier lain i rust Iii Premier but lie t an interfere. Til the Extension of the Price agree drouth such As the Dakotas and min oel vein la., sept. 28.�?nearly 10,000 visitors were in this City today attending the Public opening of the Chicago great Western railway shops. Oelwein has for weeks been preparing to celebrate the completion of these great shops and the demonstration today was most successful. Part of the program which interested the visitors this afternoon is As follows address of Welcome by president of the Day. William peek. Espouse by d. A. Lawler of St. Paul representing the Chicago great Western bail Way company. Music by shop City band. Address by governor Leslie m. Shaw. Address by Hon. S. In Ziegler of West Union. Address by judge w. A. Hoy to of Fayette. Address by Hon. L. L. Ainsworth Rada. The Sultana. White Ladye wan of West Union. A katrina Arad Sappho. New York sept. 2s.�?governor Roosevelt welcomed Admiral Dewey to new York this afternoon. The governor and staff under an escort of state naval militia made an official Call tit i o clock. He also paid his respects to admirals Ilo Wison and Sampson. He went Down Hie Bay on a steam yacht. Arriving at Tompkinsville. He exchanged salutes with the Olympia and other warships. After the official Calls. Governor Roosevelt held a reception on the old frigate new Hampshire moored at Tompkinsville. General Merritt commander of the department of the East also visited the Admiral and congratulated him Iii the name of the War department and army. Tonight on All shores hereabouts red fires and electric fights will illuminate the Clouds As a Token of triumphant Welcome. After finishing his correspondence. Admiral Dewey appeared on the olympians Quarterdeck this morning. People on excursion steamers and yachts cheered wildly and the Admiral was kept Busy lie Wing. The weather Bureau has issued a special bulletin indicating bad weather for the naval Parade tomorrow. It says a showers must be expected with South to West winds so Strong As to be inconvenient to Large and dangerous to Small medals for Olympia men. Three Hundred and fifty men who Fiig it h Aler Dewey at Manila were presented this morning on Board the Olympia with the Bronze medals awarded Rhein by Congress. Captain Lambert it in made the presentation pinning the medal on the breast of each Man a his name was called file medals to a tile to Sui Rul s face in Relief. Dewey a chinese servant was also Decora let. Bear Admiral Ilov Vison was an Early visitor to the Olympia. Another visitor was Captain Chadwick of the Cruiser new 1 Ork. A committee from Washington headed by general Miles and Admiral Sampson reached the Olympia at i of clock. V til tug approached the flagship fired a major general s Salute when the party reached the deck Dewey grasped the hand of Miles and said a a pin glad to see you j he committee remained on inure i three quarters of an hour. In the Cabin the committee presented the program for the Washington Celebration and tile Admiral expressed his entire satisfaction with it. Or. Pruden the president s Secretary presented an invitation to dinner from the president and Dewey accepted it. J Dewey moved to tears. Commander George a. Baeird who j ailed with Farragut and Dewey in the Vest Gulf Squadron in 61, unrolled a i package and displaying a faded Blue Admiral s Ensign sail to Dewey a Admiral i wish to present the firs Admiral Flag Ever the address by governor Shaw was the feature of the afternoon. He said in part Quot at a time when the sentiment of the country is so generally opposed to Large aggregations of capital it was a somewhat unexpected pleasure to receive an invitation to participate in ceremonies and exercises commemorative of a conspicuous Triumph of combined wealth. Iowa Lins been much benefited by the construction of the Chicago great Western railway. It affords the Metropolis of the West and the twin cities of our sister Commonwealth on the North ready communication with Kansas City. The Gateway of the South and West and connects All by trunk lines across our own state via our capital City. And Oelwein is particularly fortunate that in this great Enterprise she has been selected As the Center from which radiates tin several branches of the system and that Here has been erected and is this Day formally opened the shops of the company the completion of which alone requires the expenditure of a clean million dollars. A i congratulate the people of Oelwein that these shops arc Here. They will be a continual object lesson of the triumphs of labor. Ile who lives in this City during the next ten years anti observes and studies the lives of the men who Are Blessing the world by their toil in yonder buildings will be Able to teach Many lessons of human hopefulness anti draw his illustrations from the lives of the men among whom he lives. The world is full of hopefulness and therefore full of Triumph. Kid the world of its ambition and the foundations of the race would d to be Laid again. Do not teach children nor allow others to teach them that labor is dishonourable. Do not teach your children nor allow others to teach them that the world looks Down on lax or. Do not teach your children nor Iii of other it to teach them. That the wealth of the world looks Down on labor the working Force of the Oelwein shop or incr will be about 1,200 men but 500 were Given employment from rhe very first. These were brought from the company a present shops at St. I a aul which Are to be closed and dismantled As soon As the Oelwein hops Are completed. It is the intention of the company to soon begin the building of its own Flat and Box ears and to this end. It is reported the ruin was will erect next year at immense foundry for their use and a wheel hops 45 by 51 feet. The pay Roll it Lvi Ikjin after the first of the year will aggregate about 558,000 monthly and the pay Roll of the train Crews it Oelwein. At Lite present time i about $16,-u he monthly. Ment As regards print cloths the new j one however covering All classes of i the product has strengthened the set nation in Cotton goods and at the same time is credited with presenting an obstacle to the Progress of the combination talked of for some time past. Wheat a remained steadily Strong growing firmer toward the close on enlarged foreign buying and uncertainty As to the outcome of Sonjii african affairs. Sympathetic strength is displayed by Corn and other cereals. Increased foreign demand is reported largely re Pon Siulc. Too. For the stronger tone and Advance shown in hog products. Wool continues Strong and in Active demand both at Home and abroad. In the manufacturing Branch of the Trade demand is also Active. There is a Quarter tone at most markets for Iron and steel and Large buyers have been. Most of them out of the Market. There is no diminution in strength however and a number of advances notably in Southern Iron and steel billets. Are to be reported. Complaints of backward deliveries Are As numerous As Ever. Lumber remains Active at most markets though complaints of slow delivery due to Lack of cars Are higher. Wheat including flour shipments l r live Days aggregate 3,322,000 bushels against 5,306,"79 bushels in the corresponding week of 188. Since july i the exports of wheat aggregate 49,996,000 bushels against i7.000.s97 bushels last year. Corn exports for tin week aggregate bushels a y ear ago. Since july i Corn exports aggregate 55,931.958 bushels against 36,095.238 bushels last year. Nesotas a subject to. Ile dwelt principally us it a the siberian Alfalfa. Prof. Shaw of Minnesota University talked upon a a forage a. In Wheaton president of the South Dakota dairymen a association talked us on the a evolution of the Hon. M. J f. Greedily one of the Best known sheep men in the country gave a very profitable talk upon sheep raising and feeding. One Point that he especially made was that the Farmers of this country should feed Western lambs for Market the location being especially adapted for it. Preparing to Kilt Ria in til 8obfea Sioux Falls. S. A. Sept. 28. While the Date for the arrival of the South Dakota boys at Sioux Falls has not been definitely fixed Ami while if has not been ascertained just How Many of the troops will make this City the citizens of Sioux Kalb Are making arrangements for a reception thai will eclipse anything of it kind Ever witnessed in this Section. Committees appointed by the City Council Ami business menus league got together and appointed subcommittees to have charge of the different branches of the reception. The entertainment committee has decided on a part of the program. As Many of the Soldier i Joys As will conic to Sioux Falls will be file guests of the City and they will be treated to a banquet such As was never Nefro served in this City. There will be prominent men from the state pundit to address them. Whether there will be a Parade or not has not been fully determined. This will depend somewhat on the number of companies that come Here. Actress held for murder. Destruction by floods Loudon. Sept. 29. A few Day ii witness a definite development in Dis Iii the to an a Van i. Lite Volk Raa a sitting ii secret last even ing Aud the burghers doubtless find to result of the deliberation it Fth Bange free Jab Volks Raad to it a Titi them in making a decision As to the ply of or. A in i a Ria in a intent do Patch which will probably be hand to the Brit hit diplomatic agent at l i i Ria. Or. Nygh a Gre be. T a la. And discussed by tin British Cabin f i it i a it in. I in eel Ary of a. I i War the Marquis of Lansdowne a Busy until a late hour lust evening a the War office. \ Telegram from Naples shows ii a the British government is by Yin in. Milles there As Well As in the i in stat -. But As it will take of lend a month to get Rhein t Africa and a similar time to get an army corps t a til front it is evident that Large a be a lion will be impossible until iowan. The end of october. It is under Sti j that the next British note will \ ii mails demand the absolute fulfilment of the convention of 1881 Ami d i which have been violated in numerous Points but will accept a five years limit for the franchise. A run i commencing on the Banks in the Transvaal and the Orange free state. A dispatch to tile daily mail front Charlestown say Menander my is proceeding in the Wakker Troin District and probably throughout the Transvaal. Two thou Sand burghers Are assembled at wok Ker str a. Which is eight mile fro ii the Natal Border and eleven Iron Laings Nek. To. Ive Hundred Bai been ordered to it sail Spain. Lii steer Miles West of the Natal i Hinter when they will me t Grange free state artillery which a been lying Low ii this neighbourhood fora fortnight. The Bret Ria correspondent of the daily Telegraph says a i he Transvaal executive is a b Cor Bec. Iii War preparations. Many Bor oppose aggressive action on religion hic ago c chronicle judge w Uteri the daily news which appeals to it the government to await fresh leu Krueger a reply says a Elf. As has i seen asserted on behalf of the Transvaal All trouble a Volc have been avoided had or. Bomber Iain a dispatch last Friday said a Eon vent Ion in Stead of a conventions a do not believe u British Cabinet would decline to Clear the matter up. It Ifor president Krueger to Peak if it indeed is Only a matter of a Eon so i naut. For we Are convinced that in Iii Power to get the consonant six africans slain. Had r Wood unit live of in men wet r killed. Havana befit. A to was Sec re Tai court Iii Union d Bauta Jara and was lynched. La known to the who Vii shot to Tiou of having committe it during the War. Governor general by tiered ail the Telegraph under flu control of the eminent to take inst Rue knifed states signal Cor Quot or Ward movement by Neft division operating North of Manila. A a a. Senor Sanchez. J a a a. Oas abandoned by int Hebe j towers province o w Jyh Jyh tutors Are not 11 Bori ties. Sanchez. Alb. Hail the it puts Many crimes make has urine formerly Spanish g it a of a from the the american occupy the Piao after a half hour s fighting. Tile than it to Havana n a eks. J release except i let the in Tea Sav the strike leaders have b the daily papers with t of the discussion Contra to itary governor. The Dis a it is due to the go i sense of the la bans that a general strike has Linen averted. The action of general Ludlow has Hail nothing to do with the insurgents Retreat northward in ii Ienir los it. The Fugate incur very Light a general Wheeler take far to the Light. A thousand lives lost Manila. Sept. 28.�? movement against i Miles from Barosko province which beg this morning is Eon general a Earthna a. i ii bout Rig i Hattie am Danbrea i personal getters earthquake s awful havoc in Asia minor two villages obliterated. London. Sept. 28.�?the Lebo says the government i informed thar a severe Hock of earthquake around Smyrna killed i duo person injured 800 and demolished 2.000 houses in two villages. 1 has Wheeler with the ninth regiment and n Battery is advancing by two Road. I while general Wheaton commanding j the twelfth Aud seventeenth regi a ment. Is going to Block the insurgents i from retreating to the North. The i thirty sixth regiment general Macarthur. J i gun near Angeles. I two filipino Utaji j the american lines with messages regard j lean prisoners who were to arrive this morning. They als request id permission for general Alexandrine. I me colonel Ami two lieutenant colonels came to ast night the Amel will be no Lic ineral strike i to visit general Otis. They were it a fused Entrance to the american Lim labor i roil tiles in Havana Lik let until noon Friday on account of to to be Sci lied. Manila. Sept. 29, 9 a. it is reported by a person who has just arrive from Turae that naval t adet Wel Luyt fight and Genera Alexandria alone will in allowed to visit general mis. J the insurgents recently entrenched i in Vai Mimm i i lie i ii it a i big la nut v Horn a cod. Who was in command of and garrisoned the town of Facto. I i a Quot v ii i.-, a. A. A m the United states gunboat Uri Laneta. Recent in captured and destroyed by the insurgents in the Gram River in the Hoith Wert Side of Manila Hay. Where she was patrolling and five Julia Morrison indicted in cd Liatta ii Ooi a. Tenn. Chattanooga. Ten ii., sept. 29. Miss Julia Morrison the actress was indicted yesterday afternoon by the grand jury for the murder of Frank Leiden or Leidenheimer. Of he a emr. Fluster of Paris company at the opera Liou a in this City. Friday evening september 22. L Ive ease was set for hearing tuesday october 3. The prisoner was greatly depressed by the announcement of the action of the grand jury but she was later very much cheered by several members of the grand jury w to called to Celier and stated that while they were compelled under their oaths to find an indictment they fell sure that she would he acquitted Oil the state testimony alone. Tsong. I hush to away Iren of sonar Dewey May accompany him. Nee v our the Admiral May swing a round uric with Mckinley. Washington. Sept. 29. A the presi dents Vii it Tern is developing rapidly and tit the urgent request of political Friend is being extended at a remarkable rate. Senator Allison is insisting upon several stops in Iowa. Ami the president will undoubtedly yield. Of remains undecided whether Admiral Dewey will accompany the party. The Admiral is reported As tiring under the Strain of the celebrations. And May feel the necessity of taking a rest after he goes through the Washington ordeal. I in president is waiting to learn the and should in find company tin party materially changed Admiral s wishes. It possible to Active plans will lie four Hundred lives lost at darjeeling India missionaries families suffer. Calcutta. Sept. 28.�?the governor has announced to tin Council that but lives were lost through floods at darjeeling in addition to those drowned on the Plains. There was great havoc at in the Avo Tigro lost 4,do in is. The coolie Linos were shop and Many killed. The funeral of the five Chil the Baptist and methodist Milos was Beld yesterday at darjeeling. The coffins were carried on the shoulders of members of the boy Al Munster regiment whose band preceded the cortege from the Church to the graveyard. An immense crowd of mourners followed among them Many school children who Sang at the grave. The funeral of the romanism victims and the native Christian later a also impressive. The work of searching for the dead continues. Four children of missionaries Are still within the ruins. Ida Villa. A. Lira neb of the Calcutta girls school support it i by the american methodists was among the earthquake sufferers. I he Story is related by miss Stahl who raved Many of the children. L Ive landslide compelled the occupants to leave the building avid miss Stahl guiding the children e .11-menced a perilous climb finally gaining the mall a Lead. All the time ii i off. The daily chronicle says a we understand on the Bert Anthol Ity that the delay attending the i Ive reply is Tine to Hopes still entertain by the Transvaal of a peaceful settlement. A la Boers distrust or. Ham Siriani. They fear that if they Mal Concession he will Only increase hit demands. Therefore they have been Irving to approach lord Salisbury directly. A they Trust the Premier us my in a they distrust the colonial Secretary and if lord Salisbury would give j pledge that the go i in Bridge wa4 Nikant seriously they would vent in it j 11 pen it. We regret to say that the last Effort has been broken Down sine5 j lord Salisbury cannot behind or. J Chamberlain without creating a cab j net crisis. A it is deplorable nevertheless tint i it Tate etiquette should be trouts i enough to obstruct the path of pea i we Hope it is not trite that or. Bani i Berlin intends to demand to Starina ment. A heavy indemnity anti the withdrawal of or. Leads which could Only i re ult in the paper suggests that the Ora or free state should Appeal for Arburn j tinn under the arrangements Cone us a cd at the Hague. The Odessa Corre Poi Dent of the. Standard telegraphs a Rumor that tier. Mati v recently Tortis St to i advisability of mediation it Reat Britain and the i rat vast. At a that Russia declined to have any�?Tii.1 to a Hgt with the matter. Laguna 1 Bay Iii the province of Laguna. Subsequently Captain Lars. Commanding the gunboat landed for a conference with the Citi. R. A. Ens a he was i aced Iii if up the the nine enlisted men forming the main treet of the town with a squad Crew were killed during the fighting was received with a Volley from ii previous to the destruction of the yes hidden Trench. The party retreated to it Sci. Inc four Ether men and that it their boat under cover of the buildings tured cannons a 1-Pounder, a rapid and regained their vessel. I he Napi fire gun. A Colt machine gun and a Dan then bombarded the Trench for an horde fell 25-millimeter gun were hour completely destroying it conveyed to Malae. J p. entered fora i after a half hours fighting the i american loss was slight the insure i gent loss is not known the enemy Herd private Secretary nominated to d northward. To americans it or it the town deserted. The attacking party moved on Force in two columns. The ninth infantry with two gun from Santa Rita was commanded by Wheeler Ami the thirty sixth infantry. With one Gnu. Ace in a vied Macarthur from san Antonio. Both columns struck the town it of clock and Ope tied a Brik til Widen was replied to by the enemy for a halt hour. Then the insurgents tied an i the americans marched Over their he is with m Kinley. La or Ltd a Gre a. Portland. Me. Sept. . I Alba. Former private Secretary it of Thomas b. I re cd. W a n nun to As his successor but j the republicans of the first i District Oduy. He came out squarely Iii favor of supporting the presid. Or s pm Innone policy. Bryan s Ken u by tour. To spend three Days Iii tin Blue Cass slate. Owensboro by. Sept. 2s.�?nation a committeeman Woodson is in receipt of a Telegram from w. J. Bryan authorizing him to make appointments for him to save a in Kentucky october it. 17 and to he will be conducted Over the state Iii a fast special train cover inc to Verv Section. Big Day for Canton. I it ii i ii lev Ami both a lied nit Tol it veto of to. A Anion. A a. Sept. dispatch a he a received for in the president s private Secretary stating that the or. Sider from Xvi trenches and to a Possession place. Today s movement a. A Sti Success anti re ulfred in the of Force and the Clearing of Miles of country thereupon. The insurgents it is St mat a Rcd 600. Ten dead i Delpia found and the Captain Aud Eon of a sea mods comma nil wet prisoners. Rive a Merieum loss Vav five i there were Many prostrations heat. Englishmen from the insurgent report the filipino at Bamban new japanese Rifle. Funston s prediction. The Tak base Ball games. National Iii i t hit him. Attendance. R la k. O 1�?3 4 Tiai two Xii my p it w tit Tiliti it 0azs declination. Was mgt iring Down in torrent Earth shaking and the Chi dirt i Fie. The falling boulders the fear of the Mulvaney for senator. The state fair. Many Prott fable meetings be no held there jills week. Yankton. S. D., sept. 28.-�? i Here Waul immense crowd Oil the state fair grounds All Day yesterday. All Road Vail excursion Guin today and each d tin a i in Rte t in tin a ii the a Rush Arth of v to my of tree Ami quake finally compel Fly into the nigh. It survivor of those caught slide at Ida v Illa say v seen is it a get Inq of Ibie a made Thorn All Kneel in prayer while kneeling the House a away. It is estimated the its. To Tea be is Ava,. Laminar a a str Aud wept u be in Navy of t Admiral i so revel Hilt by. Naim list f you Uke la that and rids nominated by Cherokee Ida plym out do strict Democrat. Cherokee la., sept. 25.�? the democratic senatorial convention for the for to set a District of Iowa we. H#1 Here nominating William Mulvaney if i Lief of fur fir Dill in Kumf Ric the Coll in t it s <1 i lie be Ilia and Plymouth. Train was loaded to its full capacity proprietors a1. While the regular trains brought in a. High Church party loses. Yood number. Sioux Falls was Well represented neatly 200 coming from their. In urn i governor Hgt Ard of Vav a Hump gave a very eloquent Addrea Dur be rive a a in Loop after Goven or Hoard had poker rim a program was i a Tull Ink i in 11 w a 1 fill1 e lilt 1 it ill to e a i Defeated in it it Nisi Over la. of standing i of Imti fee. N w York 8-s 2 Quot a = to. A of Rte pm Ai f it i i k 0 state in Eam it no Beal motive a or tug to Washington . Sept. Is. In Diaz declination of the t hit ago Iasi Tutu a a eau soil much ii i Diplomat it circles. Novini study he to Clint by cause of Muir. Diaz Quot health but As mint Hia a been id for tie last two years aint the president a previously accepted tin invite it a made arrange Ine its. The m exit a ii Coe -10- having Given i i.11 her Iii it to it leave the a a a a utry Aud vote 81 in for the expenses of hic , the Ira u is not regarded a of Focient. Accord a it a to the g it Piv a i it Matic the dec Liutti u of the it v ital Ion 18 for state reasons. A attic pre. 1 a a a tit by a a t nit of Raga. Of i or a re . T fan Mericus a of. me say s the Sai will it i Nile t Gay Spring. Lek Funston now Cit rout Manila. In a letter receive Here predicts thai the War pints Atli have Bren Ernert general Funston says a i would really ilk i rough to a Ululau. We get for i hold. But because ugh up. I am quite conf l it will by Over. The i a very aggressive Camp nag Ara Ted fad rut what they la iced a or absolutely i lord. Woumn t i by. Airy brigade. I have a Iva j any qua intr As to it War. We Are right avid a i he it a that when thru they will be mad to it feel the Iron hand of Militar kind for which they Arr the islands a snort Valu their natural resource Pond computation full accepted by Otis. At ii Shuv Tob. Bat or Rirs Baj i a Owers uti i Al and Hunt. A Lou. 8--,. I a to 4-Rnpirf Perter it. Ii id use will Allen i it Iii ill of so a i i y it it Cli a new York 8rpt -6 a i 8 o under Date of Mantia aug 14 writes i the society of the a a Romph Centary dinner to f t v Ade red by the society Ort his Reta eth urn of my Etui Neutral add. 1 Esteada to very Iuda a a i the i a. It error authority Al weekly Bank new Yolk. In 2?i a week t temen l adv a 3 us i i la t c 2hc f v a or i % a s x a w or Tabard Euon us. Decreased a Fika Loha. A of by req air Amar. A 1 it. 4 a a l
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