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Owobso, Mich., Oct 11. Hon. Perry
S. Heath, First Assistant Postmaster
General, addressed the Michigan Re
publican Nowspapcr Association thin
nrtcrnoon, In tho course of whlc'i ho
discussed tho political situation and
denounced tho opposition to the admin
istration's poller in tho Phlllpinoa. lln
ta!d, In part:
"Your opponents havo tried to ralso
nmv Issues, at a critical Juncture In
tho notion's history. They now Oo jlalm
iif.alnst 'oxpanslon,' or what thoy turn.
'Imperialism.' In some respects tho
present crisis rany bo compared with
that which confronted President Lin
coln, tho Republican party, anil tho
Federal nrmy In tho field at tho out
break of our civil war. Thero woro
carpers then, disloyal men in ths
North, who would have withdrawn our
forces and capitulated to tho rebels.
The conditions which existed then,
lion over, differed from thoso existent
at the outbreak of tho war with Spain.
When Fort Sumter was fired upon,
there were honest differences of
opinion among tho peoplo and well do-
fined domestic policies at stake. Dut
when tho Malno was blown up In tho
harbor of Havana, all distinctions of
North and South and East and West
woro obliterated, and a universal cry
for retribution aroso from every sec
tion of our country. Where wero then
tho Antl-Imperallsts? It thero wero
any Atkinsons then, they sang exceed
ing small. It was not until our arms
had been triumphantly successful that
the Copperheads ventured to como out
of their holes.
"In the cloud of misrepresentation
and calumny which our opponents
have raised, on this Phlllpplno question
they ignore, tho facts of history. They
talk about the slaughter of Innocent
Filipinos 'who nro begging for mercy
anu peace.,', Thero is no slaughter of
Innocent Filipinos. Thoso whom our
troops aro encountering are armed
rebels, seeking to destroy tho author
ity of tho United States In tho terri
tory which, by tho arbitrament of war
and by the terms of the treaty of
Paris, passed under our control. Thero
has never been a moment since Dewey
steamed Into Manila Day and annihil
ated tho Spanish fleet that Agulnaldo
and his followers could not hnvo had
pcaco, protection, and such share in
tlip government as thoy deserved. Dut
this did not satisfy thorn. President
McKlnloy's Instructions wero that
Agulnaldo should bo given a commis
sion in our army, and that ho and
thoso associated with him should bo
treated aB our citizens. Yet this did
not satisfy his cupidity.
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Consult WANTS in To-day's Bulletineg.
"From first to Inst President McKln-
ley hus coubultcd Admiral Dowcy ns
to tho situation In tho Philippines,
and in almost every caso ho has been
guided by his advice. Ma has appoint
ed two commissions and exhausted
ovcry method of honorable adjustment.
Ho stands today as ho has stood from
the beginning, for peaco first and tho
settlement of tho question of govern
ment nftorward. A Just, a generous,
a patriotic and an intelligent Presi
dent has devised nnd executed our poli
cy In tho Philippines; nnd ho has been
supported by a Congress possessing
theso attributes. Wo need hnvo no np
piehonslon or doubts as to tho outcome
vlowedfrom any point When order
has bec'n established, Congress' will de
tormlno what kind of government shall
1 e given to tho Philippines. Tho wis
dom of tho policy of President McKIn
ley and the Republican party will bo
fully vindicated beforo tho opening of
tho campaign noxt year.
"Dutr my friends, while tho enemy,
in tho hopa of Influencing tho coming
elections In Ohio, Mnrylnnd, Kentucky,
nnd Nebraska, havo forced upon us an
Isssuo which should never havo been
lnUcd, because It was conceived for
the puiposo of creating divisions
among tho peoplo upon a question of
lo)alty and patriotism, lot us not forget
that tho Bryan party contlues to stand
now , as In 180G, for tho free and unlim
ited coinage of sliver at a ratio which
would Instantly destroy our nntlonal
an well as our Individual credit and
sipo away all of our prosporlty. It
stands for State rights, as It did In 1SC0
tor Its denunciation of government by
injunction means States rights, puro
nnd simple. It Is as much todny ns
over for freo trado, no protection to
homo labor. It would moot nil expen
ses of national government by a direct
tux. for It has docrled tho tariff as
botng an Indirect tax upon our own
London, Nov. 8. Tho Standard's cor
respondent at Luxembourg gives fur
ther details ot tho Doer plan of cam
paign, which was drawn up, he asserts,
by a "General ot European reputation."
Dr. Lcyds obtained from several gen
erals In Germany and Belgium, as well
as In Holland, a series of liighiv in
teresting plans, although thcio Is no
reason to bellevo that tho general
whose plan was accepted ever Imagined
It would bo put Into execution. The
Natal portion Included ths uolzuio of
tho coast railway north of Dm ban !v
an attack through Zululand, or by uiv
of Groytown and Umboll. Thus,
throughout Natal offonslvo tactics weto
suggested, but in tho Oraugo Free
State tho plan proposed a defensive
policy based on tho strategotkal ad
vantage given by tho position of tho
Orange Freo State on tho flank of tho
railway north of Do Aar Junction, and
trusting to tho Orange river and the
obstruction of the railway bridges to
Induce tho British to advanco through
Klmberley to Dlocmfonteln or through
Mafeklng and Pretoria.
Tbe Boers aro advised In tho schemo
not tooppose either of theso movements
in their earlier stages, but to opera'o
on tho lines ot communication, namely,
160 miles from De Aar to Kljnberley
and 2G0 miles from Klmberley to Mato-
Dr. Loyds hn3 been assured that If
tho Doers can hold out two months
tho European powers will Intortere. It
Is clear, therefore, that the only way
to disconcert their plans Is to obtain
tho right to dispatch a third army to
SHIPS GO DOWN.
London, Nov. ?. Tho British schoon
er Adam, of St John's, N. P., for Gib
raltar, was abandoned, dismantled and
sinking, on October 23, in latttudo 4G
north, longltudo 28 west Ho. uew
was rescued by tho Norwegian bavk
Henry, from Dalhouslo for Dilstol,
whero thoy were landed upon their 111 -rival
on Wednesday last '
A dispatch from Watcrford, Ireland,
states that tho German bark IIaus., of
1198 tons, Captain Calcalem, from St.
John's, N. F., September 30, for that
port, has stranded during n gnlo at
Crcadcnhcad and filled with water. All
on board'wore saved.
REED'S SUCCESSOR ELECTEO.
Portland, Mo., Nov. 6. Amos L. Al
len, Republican enndtdnto for Con
gress In tho First Malno district, was
olected today by a majority of moro
than 4000 votes over Luther V. McKln
ney, tho Democratic cnndldnto. With
tho town of Dayton, In York county to
hear from, Aliens majority is Ui'k.
Dayton will doubtless reduce this. Itt
not enough to bring It below 4G0f'.
Congrcssmnn-clcct Allen is known
In national llfo as Speaker Reed's sec
retary for many years. Otherwise ho
was not a prominent figure, even In his
own State and neighborhood.
London, Nov. 5 ,(San Francisco, 10:'
60 a. m.). A special from Queenstown,
datcd Monday, Nov. 8, says: "Ar
rived hero yesterday evening via. Da
Aar, Rosmcad nnd Storburg. Did. not
see a sign of tho enemy's forces. The
concentration upon our frontier at Da
..ar and Quecnstown had been com
Pi.tely effected without Interruption.
Tho Doers luvo destroyed the Van Syl
bridge, seven miles south of Norvals
pont, but they havo not further ad
vanced toward Colesburg.
"There Is a general belief that tho
Freo Staters Intend to act on the de
fensive, unless tho Capo Dutch show
"Tho railway within tho Free Statt
Is completely wrecked. It Is. estimate
that It will take six months to repair
tho dnmago already dono In South Af
rica nnd tho army will hardly bo nblo
to uso tho lallway any moro than In
Tho colonial offlco has received a
telegram from tho governor of Katal
giving a copy of tho pgoon-post mts
sugo reccUed by the Premier from, tho
commandant of volunteers. It Is as
"Ladysmlth, Tuesitny, Nov. 7. I sent
you November 3, by native messenger a
report of tho ongoement that day, but
I am not Biiro If It reached you as the
messenger has not returned. Major
Tauntcr nnd Sorgeant Mapsonc, of tho
Natal Carbiniers, were killed. Cap
tain Arnold of tho Dordor Mounted
Rifles wns wounded. Nino troopers
were wounded, nil slightly and aro do
ing well. Thero has been nothing Im
portant since. Tho hospital waB re
moved to a spot on tho railway three
"All was quiet on Sunday and Mon
day, Tho enemy renewed tho uom
bardment today, but no dnmago has
TEXTS FOR OOM PA'JU
It In curious, says tho Dally Nows,
that President Kruger in his dally
searchlngs of tho Bcripturcs should
never havo como across tho following
Ono law shall be to him that Is homo
born nnd unto tho stranger that 80
Journeth among you. Exodus ill: 49.
Dut tho stranger that dwelnth w(th
you shall bo unto you as one born
among you, and thou Bhalt love him as
thyself; for ye wero strangers In the
land of Egypt: I nm tho Lord your
God. Leviticus xix:34.
Ye shall havo one manner ot law as
well for tho stranger as for ono of your
own country: for I am tho .Lord your
God. Leviticus xxlv:22.
One law nnd ono manner shall be for
ou and for tho stranger that sojour
neth with you. Numbers xv:lC.
If President Kruger had -only read,
marked, learned nud Inwardly digested
theso texts, there would havo been no
Trnnsvnnl crisis. Brltlshor.
KILLED AT FOOTBALL.
Oakland, Nov. 4. From the effects
ot injuries sustained In tho lntor-class
games of football on tho college enm
pus at tho Stnto Unlvorslty lato yester
duy afternoon, Jcbso NorrlB Hicks, n
senior student In tho College of Min
ing, died at tho East Day Sanltnrlun
In this city this morning. He was
struck In tho neck whllo making a hard
tackle, and the blow affected his spine,
for paralysis followed Instantly.
OVER THIRTY KILLED .
Antwerp, Nov. 3. Tho landing stago
of tho Waesland Railroad ferryboat on
tho left bank of the Scheldt brol.o In
two this morning on tho arrival of tho
flint train, which was crowded. Main
persons fell Into tho wator uirl Ihlrtv
flvo of the numbor weio drowned nnd
fifty others wero Injured. Ton of tho
bodies havo been recovered
GERMANY'S CHINESE POLICY
Berlin, Nov. 7. Tho Foreign 0!u-
nuthoiUcd tho statement regarding tho
United States Government roprenenta-
tlons relative to maintaining the "open
door" in Chlnn that Germany has
shown, by oponlng n freo port at Klao
ch.m nnd by Count von Buolow's bind
ing declarations, that alio favors a llvo
and-lct-llvo policy In China.
Accurate hktory nnd interesting
stories of the campaign are told In
On To Manila.
HISTORY REPEATS 1T3ELP.
Tho Louisiana folks objected to bo
lng purchased. Their grief and nnger
vero Intensflod when Congicw decided
to lonvo thorn for n season under tho
rule of tho executive, (Xcjibtlng their
readiness for oven rudimentary olf-
govcrnment. They sent a ilole;utlon
up to Washington nnd a remonstrance.
Thoy clung to tho hopa that Don.;-,
parte, after ho had humbled and tinned
Great Britain, would tear up tho treaty
of ccssslon and make Ficnchmeu of
them ngnln. "Tho Loulsianias," wroto
the lata Charles Gayaire, their histor
ian, "had tho mortification of being
branded with n solemn afllclal declara
tion that thoy wero Incapable of self
government a declaration which do
ricd additional pungency from being
mndo by a Democratic Congresi nnd
promulgated by Jefferson, tho great
apostle of unlvorsal liberty." They
held public mcotlngs Indignation
meetings. They talked of a resort to
arms. Tho older Creoles died detest
ing us, nnd their descendants did not
becomo really reconciled to tho fnto
that had made Americans of them until
long after tho battlo of Now Orleans.
And, spenklng of (hat battlo, wo re
mind Mr. Bryan that Androy Jackson
In tho Florida proceedings concerned
himself us llttlo about tho doctrines of
tho preamble as Thomas Jc.Torson In
tho Louisiana proceedings, Ono of the
many queer things nboi't tho leaders ot
tho Agulnaldlan pnity u this country
la their Iguornnci) ot forgetfulness ot
norIcin h'story Hertford Cournnt
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