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The Wealth Makers and Lincoln Indejpendent Consolidated.
PART TW0 ' LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1899 ' ' l?o:
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IOW THEY ARE WINNING AND HOLD
v IN3 SUPPORTERS.
fVal.e For tk. I a!U !... at Ho-
at Ilea la Xebraaka Werda of
' urr i ta regie's rrtr.
Every reform cans has been ridl
culed, Populism is no exception to the
xnl Dot its principles are right, and
they are forcing their way to the front.
The great municipal ownership ware
weeping over onr cities cornea from a
Populist principle, and that movement
will not end at municipal owneribip,
but will go on until it reacbei govern
ment ownership. The first party which
dared to take op the standard of ailrer
wastbe Popnlist party, and it forced
the Democrats to couie into line. De
mocracy's magnificent leader, Bryan
sffVjrobody loves and honors him more
if4u 1 was edncatsd In bis political
faith by the Populists of Nebraska.
Here I would pause to pay a tribute.
The Populists of Nebraska). For nine
long years they have stood 70,000
strong, like an nnbroken phalanx. 'la
defeat or victory they have remained
the same sturdy, nnltsd end determined
body of wen. Finally they won, and
their winning has blessed that state,
Thi;y have been peculiarly blessed Id
leadership, , The men whom they have
elevated to office have, with -scarcely a
single exception, reflected honor, and
credit npon their party. Among - that
number are an Allen, a Uolcomb, a Mc
Kelgban, a Van VVyck, a Greene, God
never made a stuncber, trnnr, sturdier
body of men than the Populists of Ne
braska. :' ' '
This is the old guard, educated by
the Farmers' Alliance, seasoned by a
Vown campaigns, disciplined by do
tk nt, sobered by victory, fulthftil and
iwervlg. . The result of that faith
fulness is shown by the fact that Ne
braska today Is the only state in the
Union under Populist control.
s -Many Fopnliets, and honest ones,
have regarded the fusion of 1800 as a
mistake, They are now coming to see
that it was the only logical thing to do,
That ciiriipalgn advanced Populist prln
doles more than they could havo been
! advanced in any other way. Populist
speakers, who addressed Democratic
and silver Republican audiences,7 were
instructed to talk Populist principles,
and thov did it. The result is that, in
addition to the 9,000,000 of our own
ratty who are supporting these pr in
ciplos, we have 4,000,000 or 6, 000, 000
more who are being permeated by
them. Mr. Hearst's two papers, the
New York Jounrat and the Han Fran
cisco Examiner, have put at the bead
of their editorial columns six planks,
which have been taken practically from
I . at be Populist platform i
First. Public ownership of pnblio
Vanchlsea The values created by the
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' Second.-Destruction of criminal
; trust No 'monopolization of tbenn
tional resources by lawless privato com
binatlons more powerful than the peo
ple s governmeni
Third. A graduated Income tax.
' Every citizen to contribute to the sup
' port of the government according to bis
A 1 I . t I I
means auu not acooruing io oia Dacemu
Fourth. Election of senators by the
people.' The senate, now becoming the
private property of corporations and
bosses, to be made truly representative.
and the state legislatures to be redeem-
. ed from recurring ecandala,
Fifth. National state and munlci-
' pal Improvement of the public school
eyitem. As the duties of citisenshlp are
both general and local, every govern
rvrn general and loeal, abould do it
lahsre toward fitting every Individual to
V perform tbem.
ii Hlitb, Currencv reform. Alltbena
tioj'a money to baluued by the na-
Hi -I s government, and Its supply to b
regulated by the people and but by the
, ski) i iue upuiiti I'srij use nut itch
ti . . . v - r ii k
" a aAiA. .....
injariKi ir u s-y-in so. tue apparauc
Is but due toaliurtavMof viUa ' iu
prlnt iplin were, never so far advancing
m they sie May, and they ar going
ftwward until they perform tbslr tula
aton, for tbey are right, and right la
the end will prevail J. A. Cdgtrtoav
A yoaag asj s.mUa- iur plane aa
nWeutaa, asd asiia be baa bad it good
l I ' . I ... - L. . k J . .
Sfearged trtm stadfirat mmt bua-a
tfariag Ue yf,-iUMtua TrvWr,
Jukaab'e bwtM)t JwbaaWI Ytr
tsaM-,ejeoi-i ! Ubi-t.M
JuKb-ttei "Taat'e )! bie tMW,
Hmi by batiitf tea plilim
tatpkiyeelAte aiala, h& mh'
f 0 SMi( t at br bs twT
titUorI eWpa aleb, sir,
4 am 4 tt U late im U tttnttilNr,
i,J"Ji-lt'ej sW4Mk, U kv
dw t f c etHiMt a dtwtos a4 lad it
t -iitf t bt Ue m iiri it te
may lurk In the dim and unknown (u
ture, but when with you dearest, 1 think
of nothing bat the present the happy,
the beautiful present 1
- Loved One Yes, Ueorge, so do I; but
take me with you when you buy it you
men have such odd tastes io ringsl
Mr. Skinflint Here la a ha'penny for
you, my man, but pray tell ma bow you
came to be so miserably poor,
Medioaut Ab, mum, I waa like yoa;
too fond of giving large sums of money
to the poor. Loudon Fun. ,.
"Were yoa out in all that rain?'
"No," said the young woman from
Boston, "I waa merely la the portion of
the rain tbat deawnded Io my .mine
Doctor There's one thing mora. Tour
wife must not apeak a word today. Tell
Patient husband W-would yoa mind
telling ber yourself.
Dodson That boy of mine la a regu
. liatcuelloa (wearily) Io what way? ,
Dodson lira six year old and never
said a clever thing to his Hie,
fikagga A man bad a fit in the street
in front of Hogg's, the tailor's abop to
day. Wlggs I had a terrible fit Inside tbat
allot about a month ago. . ,
i "Is that so? Was it an epiloptio fit?"
"No; it was a misfit .
Jack If I ' bad known that you were
going to drop In so unexpectedly, we
should have bad a more elaborate din
ner, v. . ; -' ,
Fred (wrestling with a tough piece of
stettk) Don't mention it, old man; but
next time I'll be sure to let you know.
Mnudle's papa Is night editor on a
newspaper, a fact which Maudie appar.
ently hasn't learned, for when someone
asked her a few days ago what ber father
did for a living, she replied;
"Mirlt up, I (Ink he's a burglar,
'tause he's out all night." ,
"Two Spaniards went up In a balloon.
The balloon burst What nationality
were they wheu they came down?"
asked the conundrum man. "Give it up,"
grimly , responded the stupid man.
"One came down a Russian, and the
other got tangled up in the telegraph
wires and came down a Pole," woe the
nie response, unuutauQua Assembly
Mllllcnetr-Aron't bicycle lamps annoy
Miriam (vexatlously) Yes, mine goes
out every time i run into anybody.
Friend What are you doing?
Poet Writing a poem on winter.
Friend But it Isn't winter vet
Poet 'Twill be cold before the. poem
Walter, r here's my breakfast?
You have had your steak, sir. The
cakes win be up in a minute.
Bet you four to one the steak comes
up first. Life.
It Is a lonely day In a yellow dog'a life
when nobody kicka him.
Common sense Is a good thing in Its
way; but it bos broken very few records.
An amateur that can slug and wont
sing ought to have a medal .
The turtle may be alow, but h usually
geta there io time for the soup, -
The great mass of people do not try
to live up to Ideals; but they devote ah
their energies to live up to established
euetontf no matter now absurd tbey
Any man engaged In a degrading bovJ
neea holds a degrading Idea ol weinan.
WillU-"P, what da they make talk,
log machine of?" Ilia father! "Tie flret
one was made out of a rib, my soa."
IMataMS Caaaal te Varaa,
by loeal applications, aa taey ranaot
rf the diseased pVtrUoa oi the ear,
1 ttore U Italy one way to curt deafim,
aad that Is by enasututioaal renwrdiM,
lvaliiMkt ssumhI by aa luaaar! sua
ditkia ol the khuh tibia d the Hue
taeMaa tuh w a thie tab gU la-Ism-M
yoa have a rambliag sound or
latpetfcwt af tag aad ka it is eaUrw
y t4ad tUafiMMi hi Ike tn, aad
bast ae ialta-aaUta saa be lakea oat
aad UaateU rlri o I la aueatal eoa
dttka. faarieg aill be dialruytd trar;
aiaeeaans ! tf tea are eaaavd by
aaUrra, akwa k koikleg bat aa la-
QmJ i4iUa ll IHa aitttHttM Sttrtaaa.
WeaUlaUe oaa ksatlmt llarM
aev mm m eVaiaa (faawl by ealarrk)
iKalMHBMt te eM ay Halt e Catarrh
tara, ral ! wmilar. Ir
r, J. ( mii la, TuMa, K
tkibl by druMMia,
We waal t4t t-- m
i rftd M j "W t
iti iUMii.it arr-
I II IM.lua k tttb Kk, U-e4a, hela
rirrsl rttiaoati p.Hl rift, ttforll
VERY APPARENT. .
One thing very apparent, to the news
paper boys at least, la the fact that the
an ti imperialistic editor are writing
their own editorials and expressing their
own sentiments, while the editorials
favoring colonial conquest are largely
made-to-order and aeut out by the re
publican national committee. The spec
tacle presented by the orying appeal for
expaneion springing from the breaets of
several doseo ImperialisUo editors, word
for word, and line for line, shows bow
thoroughly iianna and bieooy agree
on this important topic. Holt County
GOT HIS NERVE AGAIN.
Tea days ago it was reported tbat
Aguinaldo was io tears aad bad fled to
the mountains, bis army reduced to a
lew hungry men scattered over the
island. Peace waa In sight and a few
days would end the strife. Now the dis
patches say that Aguinaldo baa an
nounced tbat there would be no peace
on the terms proposed by General Otis.
Aguinaldo couldn't have fled far, and
the weeping seems to have restored bis
nerve. Adams County Democrat.
CARNEGIE IS HOT. .
Carnegie is getting bot under the col
lar, lie calls the saintly McKlnley a
"recreant president," after this fashion:
"The United Htatos Is now only the cats
paw of England. Blie could not main
tain ber position in Manila for a day if
England withdrew its august protection.
The position is so humiliating that it
makes my blood boll as I speak Words
at the recreant president, who is the solo
cause of it lie it woe who changed bis
mind and demanded the Pbillnnines
against the advice and wishes of most
of his colleagues." ,
WAR 18 HELL. - '
Ilere is the way David D. Page ex
presses bis idea of this game of war.
"War Is hell."
We pray, Our Father,
Thy kingdom come,"
Then build our ships
And forge our guns
To kill tny sons
Then pray, that Thou will well
Direct our shot and shell,
' And give us help
In making bell. ,
"War is bell." "
Governors, senators, congressmen and
other nlgb omclais are very often very
common plugs. Never be afraid to rub
up against these fellows; the cbannea are
you are superior to tnem, not on'y in
morals but in Intellect also. Strang
FEW PREACHERS RIGHT.
The Unitarians ' and Uofversalista at
their association meeting at Boston re
solved "that iu our judgment the United
States can bent preserve our national
honor and interest by abandoning all
claim to the ownership of and sov
ereignty over the Philippine Islands, by
recognizing their independence, and se
cure them from molestation by other
lammir Vacation Days.
Margaret Montgomery offers Io the
June Ladies Home Journal, aome excel
lent suggestions for spending a sum
mer's vacation. The article is based oo
ber own experiences In passing her "Va
cation in a Vacated Farmhouse," and la
therefore practical. 8ba asserts tbat the
days were delightfully spent that the
party gained in health and rest, and
that the expense waa small. There are
probably enough vacant house la many.
of the farming aiatrtota to give a number
of pent-up families from the eltiea the
opportunity tor an enjoyable outing.
' i- ,
WHY DEWEY WAS MAD
Little by little the facta In regard to
the quartet between Dewey aad Me Kin ley
are leaking out Dewey wanted to etaud
by the agreemaat made betweea Aarala
aldo aad Cestui WUdvaa. Tbat agree
ment baa beea suppressed. Every effort
has bm mad by Mark Ilaaaa aad
MeKlalsy to keep It from the kaowWdga
A lh pufl. It aas as follows:
1. Aa ladetaiadeat republic is to be
a . ta a
y, tfttra snail ea a asairai go vera
meat whose mmbi ara rmivMoaaliy
apirtilut4 by Itoa Ksslia Aguiaaldtx
a, lie gigrarassaat ravwgaia-si ta
temporary iatarvsalHia o' AaHirtnaa aad
KHrwfHKiB deHfale la baapailatfMl by
4. A MutMUtrala. sinllar to thai
i'tatawpiawd kJ Cuba, ta be eatabitaa4
ovar Ike Itiitlf4s-4a.
a. The Hru ul tea t'billppiaaa ara to
be tr(t ail aaltuaa.
O, iltiatwa IwaiUratioa wUI ba ra
Um Uvi as tSa UWtmM at the aativ
tk RMa Vaaa4
T. Tfc adwary aTttaa alit V N
litrawxl by Kurtifwaa siivfta.
a, Tk st(4tiaiita wl ralaaral rikkaa
ill bt"ially r!al4.
W, Tta Ittoity tf si was aJ 4 f
I a Is umI lu vm aaatittl
u, I'ttivwKia Is m l ma-Is Kf t
b'lls id tea ratlaaia.
It. lia aad tartff to t r4vif aJ.
tJ, tkaasa guvvfvwwat gnarati
tt maietem wJt,
Piitrontia the Nibaiia
Jk Z.tOB ATTACKS LOUBETi
'' ' c " ". .
Anna Gould in the Demonstration!
' at a Paris Race Track.
FRENCH PRESIDENT INSULTED
Daring the AaMDtyfae BloM lha Coaa-
lass CaslaUaae tmi the Mayallsls ISO
A waits Ha4e The Oamaaea Veeata
Dbaarad Laabali . . ' '
Fabisv June 0. Loubet, tb presl
lent of France, was the object of at
tack by menbers of an tl-Dreyfus and
intl-Bepnblican aocistiee yesterday
ifternoon, while he was attending tba
raoe Id the suburb of Auteull Tber
waa a storm of hoots and yella at the
l:-fk and one man struck at the pres-
Idaui-'s head with a can When tba
ersaldeot left the grounds a few. eggs
were thrown at htm. It was note
worthy that ' the people generally
sheared bitn loudly, especially on the
drive home, and that the police were
pbllged to protect, Count Chrlstiano,
who struck at the president, the crowd
sttetnptlng to setae the awitlant.
There was a storm of boots, yells
and cries of 'i'iinama," "Abas Lou
bet," and 'Vve , l'armee." A few,
ihouts of f live Loubet" were drowned
In the clamor. , ' i
A strong foroe of police kept order
ind arrested many of the disturbers,
inoludlng a tnaa who tried to foroe
ble way tohe president's carriage.
Duri.ijf the second race the clamor
tnoreamsd to vlulanoe and was plainly
directed by a committee of the League
of Patriots, collected with, their sup
porters both before and behind the
presidential stand, around which a
formidable aTray proceeded. ;
Daring the grand steeplechase many
blows were struck and several police
men were injured In their endeavors
to prevent 1 aa Invasion of the prost
At the , crisis of the excitement,
while shouts of "Vive Tartuee" and
"Vive tie Rouledo" were heard on all
ides, Count Chrlstiano rushed toward
the president, brandishing a stick and
directed a blow against him, striking
The crowd rushod upon Chrlstiano,
who only escaped severe handling by
being taken; under police protection.
President Loubet remained all the
while quite unmoved, talking to the
premier, while the officers of his mili
tary household was defending him
Finally, after thirty arrests had
been made, the prefect of police or
dered the Republican guards to sur
round the presidential stand.
The principal leaders of the demon
itration were M. Joseph Laslea, anti
Semite and Nationalist, deputy for
Gers, and M. Fir ml n Faure, anti-Semite
and Nationalist, deputy for Oran,
' It seems certain that the demonstra
tion was organized by the Juenesse
Royallste, the Llgue des Patrlotes
tnd the anti-Semites, the rallying
ilg-n being a carnation In the button
hole. Count Chrlstiano is a member of the
Steeplechase society, a very aeleet
body, and his conduct has produced
the greatest Indignation, v .
A speolal meeting of the council
waa summoned to consider the situa
tion, and Important measures were
oonoerted, to ba submitted to ' the
president at another council for the
preservatloa of order 1 ,
ComtesM Itont da Caatellana, who
waa Mlaa Anna Gould of New York
etty, placed herself at the head of the
Jeanesee Royallste and marohed up
and dowa the lawa shouting "Vive
l'armee." Comte Ilonl de Caatellana
aad bis brother, Jean,, were arrested,
but soon liberated.
Altogether about ISO arrests were
mada, one being that of M. DanaaUe,
deputy mayor of Avmentlerea
iHtmonstrattona aad eouater-demoo-straltons
eoattaaed until M. Loubet
left the raeeeourse at t:IO p. w., the
arrival of hie carriage baiag tba slg
aal for aa ladaaertuabU tuinulk The
atouated gaards wltudlftVulty opeaal
a laaaffe thru Ufa lha erowd, the
presldeat being fared! to the last
wlia haute aad yella IWea egg War
threw a. '
ANOTHER ONE TO FIGHT
taa ealtaa at Sla lairon Atam a
0Xre) A eweeMtHMH W eawk
Ksw Yuaa. JaaaA A dliaUa t
lha New lath) Juaraal tMa llawg
o say i
Taa aultaa af Mala. wha. tt was
ttf 4 was fevvtraWiy dissvaad
lwaM IM v a ut aiaiae, aas lav
tHt ll a Urira aaatWv at araa fruar
aisafseoee by ay uf aaadsksa, wtla
view l taaUllaf la AMwrWaaa
"Ikia atiaa ka k&a ttft sua lha
Ulaad at tuo! aad a te ralttstf a
ti at at.i I a I augst.
"II ta Ullavad I aal taa UvauUa af
tt. s-ttka M al lha t,H4 aulas
I u tl m Utsy aiU.a 4
li.f ta Apil JMf llserf
itiNa U a fWl la ka sat
uari aUit AgaiaaUA It-rwa a hi
U- ai t, AaaUa aal Uaaa
l iti, whua be aU Is aa
t ta at tk ptts f t kVUf sv
littwat, t aiu he te taMUaA."
AT FOUNT. OF FAITH.
Boatoa tka Maaaa a( Cbrtallaa
.lets Aaaaal, Oaaiaaaalea Bavvlea
Bostoii , ' June fl. The folio were of
Christian Science yeaterday observed
communion day with four largely at
tended services at the mother eburob,
tba First Church of Christ, Bclsntlst,
io this city. v-
Thousands Hooked Into the edifice,
merely for the privilege of kneeling In
silent communion, or, listening to the
reading of a brief message and the ex
change of kindly greeting with fellow
membera Aa fast aa the aervlees
were concluded aerd tba congregation
had departed, another great concourse
streamed Into the church and tha aim-'
pi aervlea was repeated . '
Each gathering waa a representa
tive one, for all aorta and conditions
of men and women were present.
Fveo the knowledge that tha lead
er, Mrs. Eddy, would not be present,
had little affect on those who Joined
Io tba servioes and her message, full
of lore and peace, was reeelved with
Septimus J. Iianna invited those
present to s join In tha communion.
uis woras or invitation weret "j
nowJnvlte all present whether mem
bers ol this church 'or not, ana com
municants of other churches, If there
be any present, to enter With us Into
the inner sanctuary of Saiil for a brief
moment, into the holy of holies, Into
the secret place of the Most High, for
there is nothing . as near aa infinite
love." . s . r. -
After the silent prayer the annual
message of the pastor emeritus, Mary
ISaker Eddy, to th mother church
was read by JohnReeder, and listened
to with great Interest. - .,
There were three services hold to
accommodate the great number of
Christian Scientists prssent, amount
ing to upward of 0,0,00, coming from
all parts of the country between
Maine and California and a number
from England, Australia and Canada
PLAYFUL IOWA TORNADO.
tt Scoopad Up Earth, Oamalbbad Bsmm
' aad IropIUd Paopl Upward,
Rook Rapids, Iowa, June 0, A se
vere storm of cyoloulo nature paased
over Rock Rapids lost night about 7
o clock in a northeasterly direction.
The funnel-shaped cloud was seen by a
great many persons along the path of
the storm. . About six miles northeast
of town it dipped down to earth, gath
ering dirt, leaves, straw and fenoes,
and threw them high into th air.
A short distance further oo it caught
the barn of th u IL Smith farm and
moved it entirely off tb foundation.
The large lien house waa blown over
the barn and dashed to pieces across
the rood to the north. Th storm
took a zig-zag course to the westward
for half a mile, then turned eastward,
and, picking up the Henry Hemple
house, ocoupied by Adolph Juergen
sen and family, seven in all turned It
bottom upward and entirely demolish
ed it The family were at supper
when tha storm struck, and had no
notice of the monster until they were
flying in the air. , ,
Heavy rain accompanied the storm
and helped extinguish the lira that
started from the stove. The family
mlraouloualy escaped with only a few
painful bruises and th oldest girl
having her dress burned nearly off.
The storm scooped up earth In several
places as it paaaed on north into Min
nesota. Tb path was only a few rods
PREPARE FOR HOME COMING.
Draff at WUI It Mvaaghl Baah aa s
Was Teaiat "
Paris, June A The cabinet eounoil
decided that th French eeeoud-elaae
eruiaer, Sfax, at For da France, Mar
tlnque, abould proceed Immediately
and bring Dreyfus from th Isle of
Devils to Franca.
Th deer of th eourt waa eom
municatad to .Madame Dreyfus at ta
house of M. Hedamerd. her father.
Hhe immediately sent th following
dispatch to her husbaadi
"Tha eourt of eassatloa proclaims
Nvlalon, with a aew trial by aoatV
martial Our heart aad thought
ara wllb yoa Lei as share your tan
teas bapplaeea Teadereat ales
fraas all" ,
New Yeaa, Jaa A Mr Jabaaaa
fbUUliag, II years of ago, aad bar two
youag agbter Urtr ad, f4 10,
aad LJaa, egad a, war fu4 dead
yaatarday aftaraw ta their beea ta
a taaemaat AU bad baa a asphjaUt
4 by gaa, Vlteea tf aad by ta
awlUar, with th tda f saardarlag
bar I w ebtUrea aad the eoeauUlUag
ftftahiaM'i kkeaaae tataa.
Taa tUata, Jaa a-Misa kta,
dsahUr af lr a kUta, late Miat
tat at taa swart af bavlia aad shtaf af
the OwiM daieallM) la t paa Swa
fateaaa, allied la a leUwsy aat
deal last Thr4y al I tualt, a
IM t ata site ttf la UUad af ttalu
avla. al taaNw,ath al la Waalate
trt Va at laa Maa
ttMuwMtsa, la, Jaa lTk
Kpai)M.w ttfttaaff eWvtia ta this
eaaaty rasaluJ la a ewista tliUty
M lae Quay ht
DAVID B. HENDERSON TALKS
km Ditaet Aas war Vraat Ike Oaagrssa
saaa Kavardlaf Bapaaataa.
Mrr.wArTKEK. Juna d. Tha Milwau
kee Journal publlahss an interview "
with Representative D. E Henderson
ol Iowa, io which he expresses gratl
tud for th efforts of Wisconsin eon-
gressmso Io his bohalf as oandldat
for th speakership. Jo regard to tb
report tbat h is aa anti-imperialist,
General Henderson said tbia la not tha
time for individual to fix pollclea
"See where we are," aald General
Henderson, "and then as whether it
Is reaaooabl for us to attempt to aa
tic! pat tb ooodltloo whloh tlm
bringa W are aow io a period of
transition aod readjustment and Coo
gresa will not meet until December
unless, which la not likely, thera
should be a apeolal session and w
ahould not attempt to forestall futura
aetloa which th light of develop
ments may show to be advantageous
"What we all abould do at this tlm
Is to steadfastly support Presidsnt
McKlnley, . Aa th ehlef executive h
is In possession of hourly acquired in
formation aa to the aver changing
eouaitions, xnis ne in tim win giv
to us, I have no doubt, and in tba
meantime I believe the duty of us all
is to giv him our firm, loyal support.
That Is. all I ear to say in fact, I
have said mor than' I hod intended
saying." ' ,';f'
DEWEY BACK ON THE OLYMPIA.
fesvaetad ta Leave float
, 'Pay No Pemonstratloa
Hoso KoMfl," June'- 8. Admiral
Dewey left the Polk hotel and re-
turned to the Olympla yesterday.
Tbia morning he paid farewell eUs
to the governor, General Uascoign,
and the commanders of tb war ah Ids
to the harbor. There waa. no demon
stration wlion ho embarked an th
Olympla Dewey's health has been
considerably benefitted by hie. rest
aence at tue poav, out ne stiu appears
somewhat haggard from the effects of
the continual strain be has beea un
der and of the climate. '
QTbe Olympla will sail at 4 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon, but Admiral
Dewey will not give a' farewell dia
ner, nor will he accept one.
The details at tha ports at which ha
will call ara still undecided, but it la
probable that stops , will bo made at
Singapore and Colombo. The admiral
seems anxious to avoid all display and
merely to seek reat
During his atay hera tha admiral
visited tha Kowloon docks and In
spected th captured Spanish war
ships Isle de Cab and Isla d Luzon.
THE GENERALS' TURN NOW.
T Froseout Pallleas aad Possibly -Marelev
Froeeadlufi Ordarad. .
Pakis, June 0. The minister of
war, M. Krantz, has ordered proceed
ings to be taken agalnat Count Ester
hazy for obtaining and using docu
ments connected with the so-called
"secret dossier," and the minister has
also Issued instructions that proceed
iuga ba tak against General Pellleux
for the aoanner in whloh he conducted,
the Esterhazy ease.
The minister of Justice, M. Lebret,
bas written to the president of tb
Chamber of Deputies, M. Descbanel,
calling his attention to th refereno
lo the decision of th court of oaaaa
tion to General M ercier's showialf doc-.
uments cod nee tad with th Dreyfus
oourt-martlal Io order tbat the eham
ber may deeid whether Mercler la to
be proceeded against for an unlawful
act committed while h waa mlalatar
Th Martin publishes aa Interview
with Major Count EaUrhaa ta which
Esterkaay accuse L4 eat Colonel
v w a a . a a i m m
litt I'aiy as v,iem ei aaviag, iur saiaiy,
placed in bia mother-ln-law'e boas at
lirusasla, xtraordlaary dooumaota
whloh protest them both, notably a
long report by General Gonsa, ule
eutacutitug tb plaa to N fullow4
la order to eereea Kstarbaay.
TABLE HIP THE SPECIE HATCH.
ItaSaetlvaa Caa aa ataw taa tse.ee
May ataaa Haaa IMataa.
Iax Fa a a Cisco, Jaaa A The my,
tery f th dlsappaaraae of IS,ooO
froaa th spawi taah af th stsasaaf
AiasaaJa. am bar vayaga bar fraea
Kdaey, U still aaaulvad Delaetls
thlab that th Uaaaar waa atalan
earns after the steataer started aa bat
voyage, aad that It may bar haaa
taaaa aha al Aushlaad
The atiaalag feu waa attVr4 it
aad I War la evident that tt was ma
award waa th laal ewaataf la
btftaswa made feature lha taak wa
twh4 aad salal l ta Ihaukt by
lha dataativa that th Inl svaid
aa feaaa npaaad Vy a dttate hay
sad the sa raia.l aiaiiy at a
I s tie wti riuia baaau m ta
lha fiwr stevd ovat lha Saele bUa.
Was te Oaasa ta Halklat Ataaa
IUriMtua, Kaa, Ja A A K
KWetts. Sfal Mt tha Ath'A, T
pka A haaia fa railway al Uat.h'a
. 4 4 af hatrt liKHttU al t a'stjn
this kbtf atatf Ha taa t4 ia te
hiU- ia aaata l a M lfws at
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