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Cblntst and Jipitsi GqoIi of All Klnti
Schley Court Divided
In Its Final Report
Washington. Dec. 13. The roost pro
longed, IntiTPstlnn and Important na
val tribunal ever held In thin country
came to a closo today, when Bccretnry
Long was handed the flmlltiRS of too
court of Inquiry which Inquired Into
the conduct or Hear Admiral Hcwey
during the SantlaRo campaign. Tho
report wan made public tonight.
There mo two repoitR. Admiral
llcnham and Admiral Ilanmny concur
In the first, which Is slgnrd by Admir
al Dewey also as a matter of form.
Admiral Dewey nialtes a separate re
port, although he agrees with the find
ings of facts subscribed to by the oth
rrs. Tlin malorltv report condemns
Admiral Schley on eleven points, while
Admiral Dewey sustains hini in most
particulars. .,.,. I
mo majority opinion unns, in unci,
that Admiral Schley should have pro
cecded with the utmost dispatch to
Clenfnegos and maintained a clone
blockade; that he should have endeav
oled to have obtained mlormatlpn of
the Spanish there: that he should
have proceeded to Santiago with dis
patch; that he should not hixve made
the retrograde movement; that ho
should have obeyed the department!!
orders; that he should have indenvor
cd to capture the, opanlsh vessels In
Santiago; that he did not do his ut
most to destroy the Colon! that he
caused the squadron to lose distance
In the loop of the Ilrooklyn; that ho
thereby caused the Texas to back:
that he did Injustice to Hodgson; that
his conduct 111 the campaign wns char
niterlied by vacillation, dllatorlncss
nnd lack of enterprise; Hint his official
It ports on the coal supply were mis
leading and Inaccurate: that his con
dm t during the battle was self-pos-soscd.
ami that he encouraged In
his own pel son his subordinate ofll
ens and men.
Admiral Dewey In his report says
the pnsvago to Clenfuegos was made
with all dispatch, that fa view of his
ccnl supply the blockade ol Clciifue
gos was effective; that he allowed
tho Adula to enter Clenfuegos to get
information; that his passagu to San
tiago was with as much illspateh ns
possible, keeping tho squadron to
gether; that tho blockade of Santl'
ngo was effective, and, finally, that he
r.aa the senior officer off Santiago. In
absolute command, and entitled to the
credit duo for the glorious victory
which resulted In the tntnl tlt-Htrnrtlnn
fut!ie Spanish ships.
A press ropresentntlve conveyed
the first Information of tne hndlngi
of the court to Admlinl Schley. II
was seated In the public reception
room of a hotel, chatting with friends
and several newspaper men, nnd
evinced no signs of nervousness over
the outcome. When tho conclusions
of Admiral Dewey were rend to him.
Admiral Schley showed his pleasuie,
and It wns evident from his manner
that he regarded tho statement from
Admiral Dewey as a vindication of his
cause. He declined to make any state
ment concerning tho court's findings,
nnd, excusing himself from the little
companV which had gathered about
him, vent to his apartments, whern
Mm. Schley had been anxiously await
ing to hear tho court's decision. I-ater
tho official copy was brought to the
hotel by a messenger from tho Navy
For seven weeks tho rourt heard
testimony, and for fully a month If
deliberated upon that mass of evi
dence, Anally reaching tho conclu
Dions announced today. Tho result
was a complete surprise, and It Is
probablo that no prophecy baa an-,
proacheil tho truth. It is said at the
Nhvy Department thot there will bu
no further proceedings In this cele -
brated enso on the department's liiltia-
tlve. Secretary Ixmg and Judge Ad
vocnto General Lemly positively do- lug to lecclvo any who deslni to con
cllne to discuss tho findings In any nect themselves with the church ellh
phase. Tho Secretary received the cr by letter or on confession of fnlth.
reports at G o clock this evening, unit
ho has not yet acted upon them. It
In probablo that ho will simply np
pind his signature with the word "Ap
proved." to tho whole record. The
court Itself recommends no further
nt nrnn(llit Tu iin'itttf tn I tut Inium i4
Admiral Dewey was seen lato to,"0"l',l ' Foreign Missions In its nlnii
night and declined lo make any
BiniAttifint pnnMraini. h.i ,.i,ct'.i in.i.
Iiieb. Ho said that the court wna dla-
wived and that he was still bound hi
hit. oath of hecrecy.
Washington, Dec. 13. Admiral Dew
ey's opinion, dissenting from the opln
contain no harmful substances of any kind. They are- positively help"
ful to nerves and system. Sold by all druggists at 10c and 25c a box
(four times as many In tho 25c box.) The genuine are put up In
tablet form only. Avoid powders put up In cachets (mads ol paste)
because such covers warp open spoiling the powder and when damp are
wormy. Cesslcr's Magic Headacho Wafers are guaranteed to euro abso
lutely In 20 minutes or return partly used box to druggist and he will
refund full amount.
MAX QESSLER, Ph. C, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ion of his colleagues. Hear Admirals
Kumstiy nnd llcnham, Is ns follows:
"In the opinion of the undersigned,
the passage from Key West to Clen
jfuegos was made by the flying squad
ron with all posslblo dispatch, Com
modore Schley having In view the Im
portance in arriving off Clcnfiicgor
with as much coal as possible In the
"The hlocd&iln pt CicnfucgoH was ef
fective. Commodore Schley, In per
mitting tho steamer Adula to enter
the poif of Clciifuegos. expected to
rniuun ininrnisiiion regarding tne
Spanish squadron from her wV-n ho
"The pahsage 'rom Clenfnegos to n
,....,. ,,-.., .,..,... , .,,, n,
Santiago wus made with as much ills
patch as possible while keeping tho
tquadron a unit.
"The hlocknde of Santiago was ef
"Commodore Schley was tho senior
officer of our squadron off Santiago
when the Spanish squadron Attempted
to escape on the morning of July 3,
1S9S. lie was in absolute command.
nnd Is entitled to the credit due to such
commanding officer for tho glorloul
victory which resulted In tho total de
structlou of the Spanish ships.
Admiral, U. 8. N.
"SAMUEL (J. I.BMLY.
CENTRAL UNI Mil
The following excellent program has
bU'n arranged ror the Christmas praise
Fervid! In Centinl Union Church at
7:30 o'clock mi Sunduy evening, De
Oigan Prelude, "Lnrghetto" (from
Quintet. Op. 9) llozatt
Violin, Mr. J. II. Amme.
Organ, Mr. A. II. Ingalls.
Ily Choir and Congregation.
Invocation (all standing)
Anthem. "O Sing to CIimI" Tours
Mrs. A. II. Otis and t.holr.
Solo, "The I'rlnce or I'enco"
Miss 8. I.llllan llyington.
Scrlptuie Lesson I'salni 21
Chorus, Christmas Carol, "Kim
Kamchamuha Girls' School.
Hymn 2IS, Tuno Vnrlnn, page 7S
ily Choir and Congregation.
Solo, "Tho Christ Child"
J, Whitney Coombs
Mr. u. I-'. vvichiuan.
Offeitory, Organ Solo
Pi of. A. II. Inimllx
Solo, "Aria" ("Lohengrin"). ..Wagner
Mrs. Chns. II. Cooper.
ChrtBtmas Carol. "Noel"
Kdgar A. I'. NVwcomb
Chorus, "Just As I Am"
Solo. "To Victory!".. W. II. Neldllnger
Voice. Mrs. G. M. Wh.inoy.
Violin Obligate. Mr. J. "II. Ammo.
Address, "Manners" I Peter 3:8
Anthem. "Glory to (lod on High!"..
Mrs. J. W. Yarndley.
Mr. H. V. Wlchman ami Choir.
Hymn. "All Hail tho Power of Jesus
Name" Tune Miles laine 320
Organ I'ohtlude, Organ
1 Mr. A. 1). Ingalls.
Tho standing committee meeta nt
tho close of tue service Sunday morn-
There will also bu a meeting of tho
standing committee Friday evening for
tliu same purpoic.
AMERICAN HOARD GIPT8.
Huston, Dec. 14. Tho American
. t.v-econd annual report says;
I "Theru Is reason to fear n ronetltlnn
f th wholesale massacres of Armo-
nlana In the Mnsseiins district in 1MM.
1 which wero the preludo to thu feniful
scenes of 183.'. It ought to bo lniHg-
'slble for tho Bultan with impunity
again to dip his hands so deep In the
Mood of his Innocent subjects.
I, inu summary 01 gins snows a loiai
.of $G77,Sni, Including legncles for cur-
lent expenses o. :I17,U72; gifts for
nilvslon work for women, $211,971 ;
gifts for school funds. SHio.oOft.
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" Remorse makes It worse.
taken one of dossiers Magic
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MENTAL SCIENCE FRAUD
Jacksonville Kb., Dec. 14. Tho
Grand Jury In the United State
Court has returned a true bill. In the
case against Helen Pust, alias Helen
Williams, of Sea llreczc, Kin. The In
dictment charges that the defeudant
violated Section 5 ISO of the Revised
Statutes by devising schemes and ar
tifices to defraud various persons under
false and frndiilcnl pretenses on her
part, by teprcscntlng that she pobsi'sh-
ed the power of mental science of mind
to cure all forms of disease and weak
ness, for which she received money
Hut she converted 10 her own use. The
case promises to become celebrated,
ns the Mental Scientists nt their reient
national convention In Sea llreezc vot
ed to participate In the defense of the
accused woman uud her associate.
Mrs. Post was arrested In August last,
hut has been under $1000 ball. Hex
husband, G. C. Post und her soii-ln-lawr,
8. P. Ilurgman wore Indicted In Ma
con, Ga., last month,
Late Sugar Market.
New York, Dec. 1 1. Sugar Haw,
steady. Pair refining. 3 9-32c; centri
fugal, 90 test, 3ic; molasses sugar,
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