The Norfolk weekly news. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1888-1900, November 23, 1899, Page 8, Image 8

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ml and ilincipluiiil warriors
All the world Ijiiowh how 111 It Iiiih
fnriilwith tho KiikHhIi apiln and iiKiiin
when n handful of Holdlurn not caught
in n tight iilucu by HwarniH of ZuIuh
Onr own koIiUith on tho plniiiH hnvii
met with illnnHtcrn of thu kind without
number In vliW of tlio fatiM of whito
Ixpidltiona ho ofton chronickil it in
innrvtlouH to riiul how Ichh than fiOO
IIoith not only riHlHtitl bnl ilufoated
nml routed 10000 or 12000 ZuIuh mi
ller tho griat chieftain Dingnim TIiIh
war in 18t8 liiKim with tho usual
Kood nromlnoH on tho part of tho HavagcH
followed by treachery and HliiuKhtur A
imry of loern who went into tho Zulu
cum to deliver tho price of a negotia
tion for territory in thoTrniiHViml wero
iniuwacriil and then tho ZuIuh raided
tho country they had hold
After HlnuKhteriiiK hundredH of lone
ly imminrantH thu ZuIuh attacked tho
wagon laager of tho Boers in which
wero 410 lighting men Ah mmal tho
Zulus wero without fear and dashed
up to tho wagonH trying to pierce tho
oxhido coveiH with their Hpeaiu With
rilliw loaded during tho battle by wom
en and children tho Boers Htood oil tho
navicert for hours Finally BOO Doers
on hsrsoback Hlipped out of the laager
mill circled around tho enomy some
what in tho Havago fashion but more
Hwiftly Tho result was a comiileto rout
of Dingaans hordes with a loss of
51000 dead on tho Held Then there was
peaco from the Zulus in the Transvaal
and Dingaans dang is tho Doer
It is true that tho British helped tho
Boors not a little by smashing thu Zulu
power but following that tho evil of
unjust taxation led tho liberty loving
Dutchmen to riso and start a republic
Tho Lexington of the lilliputian revolu
tion was fought Jan V8 at Laingsnok
Political preliminaries woro very brief
A mass meeting had been called to con
sider tho question in dispute but before
tho day arrived tho tax collector op
pressed a Boer in a matter of lt and
tho burghers in convention assembled
decided to lout diplomacy and take to
lighting An ultimatum was sent to tho
British secretary thu wires wero cut
and 7000 armed Bojurs stood ready to
defend their rights
Fate had touched tho button and an
impetuous British leader did tho rest
Sir George Uolley commander in Cape
Colony was in tho Held in person and
fearing that thu revolution would col
lapsu under tho stress of diplomacy
determined to light anyway Tho Doers
quickly out off all tho garrisons in the
Transvaal and prepared to dispute tho
passes from their coveted realm into
tho loyal domain of Natal Tho Doer
nrmy under liot Joubert tho present
commander was stretched across tho
highway running from Natal north
upon a series of hills forming an amphi
So certain of speedy victory was Gen
eral Colley that lie didnt tako the trou
ble to operate under cover of darkness
Ho had 000 infantry and ISO mounted
men A tableland J 000 feet in length
and known as Laingsnok connected the
thinks of tho Doer army which rented
itu right on Mn jubu Hill Geueral Colley
eent half tho infantry againbt tho ele
vated ground whereon tho Boer left
retod while tho mounted men attack
ed tlio ridge adjoining it The plan was
to divide tho Doer htrength yet keep
tho assailing parties in closo touch
Tho movo was made in broad daylight
Liko somo of tho bloodthirsty warriors
of 1801 tho British cavalry feared that
tho war would end before they got in a
blow and gave rein to their steeds far
outstripping their infantry supports
What should have been expected hap
pened Tho Doer riflemen stood off tho
cavnlry with eiifeo and in continuous
lino let themselves looso upon tho Brit
ish infantry Colonel Deano and his
taff rode at tho front of the infantry
and ruBhed uheml with tho column just
as though tho cavalry supports wero
intact on his flank In spite of the gall
ing firo from tho hill tho troops gained
the crest and it became a battle with
man against man Tho Britibh ubcd
their buyonots but tho Boers didnt
bhrink from cold steel They actually
rushed into tho British mass as did
Lord Scarletts heavies among tho Rus
sians nt Balaklava and 40 of tho stal
wart fellows thoy were all six footers
wero killed within tho lines A party
of them charged forward and captured
the Britibh flag killing every one of the
guard with their riilo bayonets
Colonel Deano was killed on tho crest
and several other oflicers with about
800 men fell This ended the battle of
Iaingsnek for tho British rotreated to
their old position
Twelve days after Laiugsnek the
British were again whipped in an en
counter of a kind likely to be repeated
in thiB war The British secondary baeo
is iu Natal a leng distance from tho
Transvaal border Being an alert Lardy
race of horpomon tho Doers enn bo as
troublesome In forayH as tho Cossacks
of the Husilan steppes and from tho
tlmo that tho enemy approached their
borders his column was harassed by
rough riding bands of armed Doers To
guard against this General Colloy sot
out with 100 soldiers to patrol the lino
back toward his base Tho column
started In broad daylight and was
Marcely in position at tlio crossing of
tho Ingogo river when tho Doers attack
ed vigorously on all sides Darkness
ended the battle and tho Drltlsh re
treated leaving dead and wounded be
hind to the number of 151 As at
LaiugHUfk tho killed in tho British
ranks numbered about as many as tho
wounded for tho Doer rifleman shoots
to kill
Kven tho British acknowledgo in this
war that thu Boer marksmanship is
deadly Tho casualties prove it
Even afler Laiugsnek and Ingogo
river there might have been peace in
tho Transvaal without Doer indepond
eiico but for the impetuosity and bad
faith of General Colley and the inevita
ble accident which turns tho tldo In
war General Colloy sent word to tho
Doers that Huglaiid would appoint it
commissioner to redress tho grievances
complained of giving 48 hours for thu
return of an acceptance to his head
quarters President Kruger was not in
camp to net upon the message but tho
spirit of the people was for peace and
tho chief men relaxed their vigilance
Now while the Boor right rested
theoretically npon Mujuhn Hill tho
height was not occupied in forco It
commanded the Boor position and Gen
eral Colloy took advantage of tho Htato
of Homitrueo to throw a column on tho
hill for in his IhiihIh it would prove
another Hound Top and decide tho mil
itary situation at Laingsnok A forco
of 000 men wero marched up the slopo
under cover of night and next morning
tho Boors saw tho royal ensign floating
above thoir heads They had been out
generaled while trusting to promises of
peace and entirely oil their guard
But no timo was lost in louberts
enmp in getting down to business At
n oclock in tho morning Doer skirmish
ers were at tho base of the hill making
the Britons hunt cover from shots pour
ing upon them at the rate of 51 per
minute Long rango lighting was kept
up nil tho forenoon tho British well
back from the brink and under tho
shelter of rocks and ridges having tho
best of it In the crisis General Colley
was very cool One of his impetuous
subordinates said that the men couldnt
stand tho fusillade much longer and tho
best thing for tho British would bo a
charge Wait till they come on said
tho general Wo will give them a vol
ley and then charge Tho Boers did
come on all right but their coming
had for its preludo a shower of bullets
no human lino conld stand before nor
hido from The British ranks wero
thrown into confusion and tho oflicers
had to threaten their men to keop them
from running away
Tho heroes of tho hour wero there in
tho shape of some highbinders and a
fowold soldiers of tho Eighty fifth regi
ment Willi thou the general and Ills
oflicers made a stand at the highest
ridgo But every man who showed him
self was punctured instantly and thoso
who tried to run wero dogged down tho
slopo by nimble Boers banging or
whacking with riflo barrel or breach
Filially the Britons gave it up General
Colley was shot dead in his tracks A
few redcoats wero captured and 228
fell in the slaughter With tho British
still on tho outside of thoir Transvaal
tho Doers iiibisted upon and secured
that independence they now strive to
maintain While in no sense a warring
people tho Boers aro tho best fightors
among civilized nations today They
resemble tho early borderers of America
in their traditions their simplicity and
Iovo of freedom At a call to arms they
strap on their cartridge belts shoulder
their rifles and hurry to the combat
Being bred to outdoor lifo in all weath
er thoy require no period of dibciplino
to tit them for tho hardships of the
In courage and celerity of movement
the Boers rival the Cossacks of Russia
and thu cowboys of the plains But un
like the cowboys and Cossacks they aro
serious minded devoted to homo and
family to btoEiiness of principles and
to ideal political liberty
Unless Doer valor has sadly degener
ated and there is no reason to supposo
that it has there is a grim significance
n Oom Pauls ultimatum to the civi
lized woi Id that wo must now make
South Africn free or the whito mans
grave and if tho republics must be
long to England tho prico will stagger
humanity Sinco tho Jameson raid
tho Transvaal government has been
preparing for battle Tho homo soil is
in a condition of defense lioth by pro
vision of nature and tho aid of science
While the Doers aro undisciplined in a
military sense they are of the stamp of
men who obey leaders recover quickly
from surprise and know no defeat
I Geokqb Kilmek
11 naiiun
Inrxtirtiajlvr AVnro In hf Style of
tin At iro tl Tlnt
cil IJIiihk llriititlftil Cnhinetn mill
Clip Hllekn
A sot of china ranges from 125 pieces
to 140 and more Tho extra pieces
however generally compriso individual
butter plates and other small wares
When tho china closot is to bo tilled
10 ffl 9
pr O
o q O
with inexpensive ware bluo and
whito is tlio usual resourco and a very
satisfactory ono it ia But thero aro
others as may bo learned from tho fol
lowing in Tho Household which also
illustrates a handsomo china closet
In higher priced chinas thero is tho
Cauldron ware which sells as high as
400 or 500 a set but It is beautiful
beyond coin para
A set of Wedgwood china may bo
had for about half tho prico of tho for
mer whilo tho real llaviland china can
ho bought for from 50 to 100 a sot
Less expensive china may bo had from
25 to 50 a sot and in porcelain ware
somo choice designs may bo purchased
at 15 and 20 per set
Tlio floral designs upon real china
aro moro in border effects than in all
ovor decoration Therefore if you aro
selecting a cheaper bet look well about
boforo buying A net of delicately bor
dered lightweight ware closely resem
bling tho higher priced china can bo
purchased for 115 Whito and gold sots
aro again popular and for general nse
thoy aro to be commended as they har
monize with any floral decoration do
sircd and allow great latitude in table
Tho well appointed tnblo shows a
glit taring array of cut glass with its
every facet glistening liko that of a
diamond when thu light strikes it
Exquisitely tinted Bohemian glass is
shown in many shades of green a now
rose pink a rich red and a clear glass
with gold tracings the latter being tho
most popular for berry and ico cream
bets claret cups and jugs
Finger bowls havo grown smaller
Tho latest are made of tinted Bohemian
glass and havo a footed bowl which
rests on a plate to match
Tho handsomest china closets aro
thoso which are portable and havo glass
sides Thoy aro mado in all forms and
sizes and from a great variety of woods
though at present oak and mahegauy
are tho favored ones
Somo aro plain and straight looking
very mnch liko a library bookcase
while others are mado to tit into a cor
A novel modification of that pretty
idea the cup stick iB presented by
Tho Ladies World ns shown in the
second cut Three
cup sticks are
united at their
base and all are
pendent from a
square bracket
that serves as a
support for a
handsomo vnso or
other bit of dain
ty ware Tho
squorobasoof tho
bracket is sup
ported by two
triangular back
pieces thnt join at
right angles the
edges of both
back and shelf be
ing studded with
big round headed
black nails The
three round
A kovki cup stick sticks hnvo hooks
afkaik screwed into their
npper ends which go into bcrew eyes
beneath tho shelf the hooks being bent
down so as to be in no danger of blip
ping out
Little brass hooks are screwed into
the three sticks at intervals from top to
bottom on which thu cups are hung
Tho sticks are joined at their lower
ends by brads and glue and a hook la
placed at tho very top
Ill til I o S ii 11 p
Wash and peel ten large potatoes
cut them Into slices and put them In a
stewpau with one large onion sliced
four ounces of butter ami a little pep
per salt ami grated nutmeg Let this
stew for three minutes Then pour
over it two quarts of white stock or
liquid In which meat has been boiled
and let the whole simmer until the po
tatoes are soft Dress them with a
wooden spoou through a sieve return
the puree to the soup and stir over the
lire until It Is quite hot Add half a
plut of new milk or cream sprinkle a
little chopped parsley over the soup
uud serve
IiiaiirucnU AkiiIii SIiowIiib I rent Activity
Soutli of Manila
Manila Nov 21 Only fragmentary
rejMirts reach Manila of tho operations
north which when tho story is known
will provo to havo lieon tho most re
markable campaigning tho Philippine
war has known General Luwtons di
vision is spread thinly over tho territory
boyond San Jose whoro tho telegraph
end is Goneral Youngs two regiments
of cavalry aro continuing their rapid
sweep into tho now towns and the in
fantry is being shoved forward to hold
tho towns tho cavalry tako all iu a
country whoso natural difllcultios aro
Increased indescribably by tropical
rains making rivers of creeks and
fiwantps of Holds Wagon transporta
tion is supposed to havo been practically
abandoned tho American troops living
on captured supplies and tho little pro
duce tho insurgent levies havo loft
General MaoArthurs reconnaissnnco
entered Dagupnn this afternoon Tho
Americans found that no insurgents
had been thero for four days It is be
lieved that tho only armed forco of any
size is in thu mountains of tho provinco
of Zambles to tlio west
Thero has boon a revival of insurgent
activity south of Manila particularly
in Cavito province At Inius yesterday
tho Insurgents fired a smoothbore can
non but this was soon silunced by tho
American artillery
LIuutiMiunt Hull Muki n Hnrloua Charge
AKiiliiHt Colonel Mctviilf
Tor EiCA Nov 21 Lieutenant Hall
of Lawrence formerly of tho Twentieth
Kansas regiment in a letter to tho To
peka Journal makes tho chargo that
Colonel Mutcalf recently brovetted
brigadier general for gallantry in tho
Philippines shot an unarmed ami sup
plicating Filipino prisoner and in sup
port of it furnished tho iiflldavits of
Private Husky of tho Twentieth Kan
sas and First Lioutonunt Ferguson of
tho Thirty sixth infantry who wit
nessed the affair
Eiyiua O Nov 21 Colonel Wilder
Metcalf accused by Lieutenant Hall of
having shot a Filipino prisoner was in
this city last night visiting old friends
Tho Associated Press correspondent
found him at tho opera house
and informed him of tho na
turo of the accusation Ho said
ho did not know what Lieutenant Hull
referred to and hat ho could not com
prehend how he came to iniiko such a
statement unless it was due to tho fact
that tho lieutenant was not recom
mended for promotion Ho declared
the charge false
I dont understand what Hall means
by his story declared tho colonel
You may say for mo that I enter a
geueral denial
Gorman Jtulrr Srcetuil With Itoyul Su
littu ly Jortu anil urnlilis
Poktsmoutii Nov 21 Tho German
imperial yacht Hohenzollern entered
the harbor yesterday and was welcomed
with salutes of the guns of tho warships
and forts Tho emperor and empress
and their two sons landed and wero wel
comed by tho Duko of Connaught
It wus a typical November morning
chilly and foggy as tho Hohenzollern
loomed in sight escorted by tho Ger
man battleship Kaiser Friederich III
and a flotilla of eight British torpedo
boat destroyers which mot the German
ships outsido of Spithead As it en
tered tho harbor tho British admirals
flagship and eight other warships gaily
bedecked manned yards and thundered
tho royal salute which was returned
by tho Kaiser Friederich III
WiNDSOit Nov 21 Tho emperor and
empress of Germany and their party
arrived hero at 1 45 p m Thoy wero
received by tho Princo of Wales and
Duko of Cambridge and tho Duko of
York all wearing German uniforms
Thero was tremendous cheering iu the
streets as tho imperial party drovo to
the castle where thoy wero received by
Queon Victoria
IllmvRthe Top or IIIh Iteuil Oil- With a
SliolKiui WoiiihU Another
Oiiicamo Nov 21 A Swanberg
janitor of a 8 story flat at 1297 Waban
sia avenue early yesterday shot and
killed ono burglar and wounded an
other Ho was awakoned by a noiso on
tho back porch S 1 ng his shotgun
ho awaited developments In a fow
minutes thu window of his apartment
was raised A head appeared Swan
berg fired and tho burglar fell forward
into his room the top of his head hav
ing been blown iM by tho chargo of
ehot Tho burglars cdmpauion took to
his heels with Swanberg iu pursuit
As tho burglar was gaining Swanberg
fired and he says wounded tho man
iu tho leg before ho disappeared in au
alloy Swanberg has been arrested
Iiiillctvil by the lira nd Jury for the Mur
iler of Hi Father
Dexteij Mo Nov 21 Elijah Moore
aged 19 who had been hold under sus
picion tor tho assassination of his father
tho Rev Jesse Moore mado a full con
fession yesterday in which ho impli
cated his 15-year-old sister Mary
Lator ho amended his confession by ex
onerating tho girl Later in tho day
tho boy was indicted by tho grand jury
Young Moore says ho planned tho as
sassination two weeks previous to its
commission His father ho says was
cruel to his family and allowed his chil
dren no pleasure Tho boy got up at
oclock in the morning shot his father
by moonlight hung tho gun upon a
nick on tho front porch and wont back
to bed
Crew of Chiirlritou Itearh Manila
Manila Nov 21 Tho gunboat
Helena arrived at Cavito today with th
crew of tho Charleston which was
wrecked early iu the mouth on a reef
on the northwest coast of Luzon All
the men are well
Results Fatally In Nina
Cases Out of Ten A
Cure Found at Last
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Cancer can not bo cured by a surgical
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Cancer is hereditary in our family my fnlher a
Rister and an aunt having died from this dreadful
disease My feelings may ho imagined when the hor
rible diseaso mado its appearance on my side It was
a malignant Cancer eating inwardly in such a way as
to cause great alarm Tho diseaso seemed beyond tho
skill of the doctors for their treatment did no good
whatever tho Cancer growing worse all tho while
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grew steadily worse until it seemed that I was doomed
to follow the others of the family for I know how deadly Cancer is especially
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