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ARMYWILLSIRV1VE
M Comely Laughs at the Attitude As
sumed by General Mercler
THE ACQUITTAL OF DREYFUS
Will Rather Redound to the Honor of
the Honorable Officers
HENRYS FORGERIES ARE NOT EXCUSED
By the Members of the Army Who Are Not
Partisans of the Conspirators
THE WHOLE CASE IS BEING REVIEWED
SI CIcmcnccnti Wn Ainnreil nt the
Course Which In Ilolnir Inraucil
by Colonel Jtuniiat
Special to psiat
New York Augusti Vho Herald has
tho following cnblo lf iarls The fol
lowing Is from > M lys cilltorlnl In
tho Figaro this morf As tho tlcraon
stratlon of tho Kufp DroyftiB before < ho
court martial atJ becomes dally a
moro hazardous ifst irlsc tho syndlcato
of those who < UiSl ho Anal crushing of
tho unfortunates aln has to pin Its
faith to tho atMpT I vpoor General Merclor
and endeavor through tho press to fix In
tho tired brain of tho public tho following
argument That tho Dreyfus caso Is now
moro that a Judicial affair and that tho
very oxlstence of tho French army Is in
volved and that the drama of Konncs
will surely end in a catastropho for Dray
fus or his accusers for Dreyfus or tho
generals This roasonlng Is altogether
malicious and besides la excessively
bungling Ono must bo deprlvod of com
mon sense to put In Juxtaposition the ac
quittal of an officer the victim of a
Judicial error and a breakup of a free
institution tho French army Tho band
can only bo excused by the fact that tho
contractors for the guilt of Dreyfus aro in
a state of frenzy in which they would set
fire to tho universe If thoy could to
avoid tho confusion of nppcarlng In tho
eyes of their comrades beneath tho burden
of a voluntary error and also b ecauso
they can say what they please of tho
French army which Is not at their dis
posal Tho only Inconvenience of such
arguments Is that they may make dupe
for one day If Dreyfus be acquitted tho
readers of the nationalist press who should
Imagine that Franco no longer had un
army will find out to their cost that this
good old press has been making game of
them I belloyo we silll havo many friends
In tho army I correspond with them and
see them actuated by sentiments quilo
contrary to those attributed to them Since
tho Henry forgery they are persuaded that
no consideration warrants an officer or
oven a civilian in committing perjury or
forgery Thoy desplso press attacks on tho
army by writers who model their stylo on
cndoftheemplre Journalism They are
convinced that on tho day Dreyfus is ac
quitted they will exist and ho honored
bocauso honorable Lastly they wont re
gret to seo disappear certain personalities
with nothing military but their uniform
who having set their subordinates mov
ing abandon them when tho blow falls
and who havo found gulls to believe that to
oven discuss their acts Is Ioso patrle
In tho Aurore M Clemcnceau writes
I could but manifest surprlso at see
ing Colonel lounust seriously question
Dreyfus on his statements In Esterhazys
boidoreau At first I thought It moro
form and that tho president wan fain
to pass beneath the caudine forks of ab
surdity After a careful rending of the
examination however I nm forced to
conclude that Colonel Jouuust appeared
to attach importance to tho questions and
pressed tho accused hnrd as If hoping
to elicit Eome light If all the exhausted
discussions which had n ralson detro
before Esterhazys avowal and the de
cree of tho court of cassation nro to ba
reopened it will bo necessary to point
out to the president that the only motive
for questioning Dreyfus on the bordereau
Is because ho was wrongfully condemned
for writing It and that tho error abun
dantly proved was ono of tho causes for
breaking tho sentence of tho first court
martial Until tho promised tyranny
comes the court of cassation Is superior
to the court martial Colonel Jouaust is
certainly awa ro of this Tho court
martial over which ho presides holds its
powers by decree of the court of cassa
tion The explanation of Colonel Jou
austs attitude la that General Itoget has
beep mado tho mentor of the Judges of
Dreyfus I only seo one means of caus
ing o reaction and that Is to consider
all our labor of the last eighteen months
nonexistent and go over again point
by points with the fullest comments pos
sible the entlro Dreyfus affair We must
begin above explain the simplest things
and slowly but surely carry conviction to
minds that after all are not willfully
closed What I asked Is long and dif
ficult but Dreyfus and his frends will not
shrink from It Everything must como
Into broad daylight public dossier and se
cret dossier allko There Is only ono purl
that of France foundering In a sectarian
crime against an innocent man
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PLOT
Paris August 12 M Paul Dorou
lode founder of tho Lcaguo ot Patriots
Ktid a member ot tho chamber ot dep
uties for tho Anglou tcn district ot
Charente was arrested at i oclock
this morning at his estate at Crolssy
near Paris A number ot members of
tho antiSemite and Patriot Leagu
were also arrested this morning
A second official nolo Issued this
morning reads as follows A cor
tain number ot arrests aro made thla
morning as tho results of the majes
tcrlal Inquiry and by virtue ot article
SO of the Penal Code regarding a con
spiracy organized for tho purpose ot
accomplishing a change In tho form
of government The persona Implicated
belong to tho groups of tho Young
Royalist and the Patriotic and Antl
Scmttlc leagues At the trial of the
Ncullly barrack affair acts relating to
that Incident wcro used as tho basts
for tho prosocutlon searches were
thon made and documents wcro seized
which lod to tho discovery ot an or
ganization dated back to July 1SQS
and of a plot to eclzo tho government
by force Tho documents leavo no
room for doubt cither In regard to tho
existence ot tho plot or as to the chlof
actors therein After very cloe watch
proof was obtained that tho samo
groups were preparing for a fresh nt
tempt nt an early date tho proof being
such as to enable the disturbances to
bo avoided by Immcdlato measures
Tho Investigation of thn affair Is cn
fruBted to M Faubere magistrate De
roulcdo was taken Into custody by
French gendarmes and lWas driven to
Paris On his arrival hero ho was In
carcerated In tho Conclergerle prison
The nrrcst of M MarlelHabort Is
expected
Tho police have closed tho offloes ot
tho Patrlotlp League which aro now
guarded by gendarmes
When an attempt was made to arrest
M Guerrln president of the AntiSem
ite league ho refused to Burrendfi1 and
barricaded himself In his house Ho
says he is prepared to hold out for
tbrce weol < B having a good stock of
food and firearms
Tho doors and windows of his resi
dence aro barricaded and M Guerrln
announces he will blow up his house
before he surrenders
On the application of M Fabore
fresh searches ot various houses wera
mado this morning Including tho
headquarters of tho nntlSemltes
where only unimportant papers wero
seized
A number of additional arrests of
unknown persons havo been mado In
connection with tho conspiracy
Altogether sixteen members ot the
NATIVES ARE AGAIN FIGHTING
pea en
IN
HAS NOT IlKKN HBSTOIIEU
Till SAMOVN ISLANDS
A Lit rue Tftiiiilicr Arc Ileportcil ti
Huvc Ilccn Killed nml Wounded
lu it Pitched Iluttlc
Vancouver B C August 12 The trou
ble in the Samoan Islands did not end
with tho departure of the representatives
of tho powers from Apia although they
confidently thought that they had re
stored peace and brought tho rival factions
in the
In the natives but
low or lower than any house business o glvo up their arms jtboy
no matter where situated Write for lull par were ycry reluctant about doing so Af
together
F S Meade who arrived here on the
Mlowera after a trip through tho islands
says tho two factions wero still nt war
very shortly after the commissioners left
and that they engaged In a pitched battle
The rival kings took no part but tho lead
ers of the parties wero engaged A largo
number wero killed ond wounded Meado
says he got his information from an ottt
FrancoGcrmnn llelntlonK
Berlin August 12 Clear sign ot
tho Improved FrancoGerman rela
tlons Is found jn the fact that a
commission of German and French
army officers Is now engaged In the
goodetleal measurements of tho
frontiers for the purposo of bring
ing the official measurement of both
countries into complete accord
cer of the German cruiser Falke which
has been stationed at Apia during the
troubles Tbo day before ho embarked
on the Mlowera at Suva FIJI he visited
tho old capital of tbo Islands where ho
found the Falke which bo boarded to meet
a personal friend the officer from whom
ho received tbo Information The officer
on the Falke either knew very little about
the fight or had received Instructions to
withhold the particulars as tbey were yery
reticent
The reprcseptatlvo of the powers at
Apia Mr Meade learned bad ordered the
ter conversing with tbo German officers
Mr Meade concluded that there was still
differences between the British and Ger
man representatives
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HOUSTON DAILY
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TO OVERTHROW
untlBerqlte and P trlolto Iea juei and
tho young royalists havo been arrest
ed at Qucrrln as this dispatch li
sent is armed with revolvers aad
knives still holds possession ot nil
apartments tho headquarters ot the
nttSemlto league to which ontranca
Is only posslbto after running the
gauntlet of a strong guard ot antl
Bemltes It la reported that M Andrea
Buffet rice president ot tho Young
Roynlllst league has been arrested It
appears thAl tho officials unearthed
telegrams sent by the duko ot Orleans
from Brussels at tho tlmo of Presjdent
Fauros funeral tho first saying All
our men aro ready Tho second sali
It Is useless to come
Tho attempt at Insurrection against
tho government had in tho mranwhlla
failed
Later during tho trial of M D
roulede traces wore discovered of n
fresh plot and ot consultations at
which tho question was discussed
whether attempt should bo mado to
chango the form ot government bofore
or after the Hcnnes court martini
Tho government thereupon Judging
that tho tlmo for action hnd arrived
ordorcd a number ot arrests to b
made all ot which apparently havo
not yet been mode Tho minister of
tho Interior dcclinos to give tho names
cf the prominent persons already cap
tured or who aro to bo taken luto cus
tody
When arrested M Deroulcdo shout
ed It Is a rascally action on tho
part of tho government trying to Im
plicate mo In tho samo affair as ths
OrlcanlstB whoso adversary 1 am
A police commissary called at 4 a
in at tho residence ot M Thlobalt on
tho Qua Voltaire and a number ot
policemen surrounded tho house But
M Thlobalt escaped by a balcony to
an adjoining house
Tho police havo seized tho Drapeau
newspaper office
Tho house ot Andre de Buffet repre
sentative of tho duko ot Orleans and
vlco president of the Young Roynllft
league was searched and a numbor of
rt > > 1 St2fi
McKinley
Not After
a Second Term
Said that he will decline to
be a candidate for another
nomination matter has been
quietly discussed by the
knowing ones for several
days
See pace <
AN INDEX
FIItST
The Dreyfus trial
French conspirators arrested
SECOND
Tbo Dreyfug trial continued
Mrs Kully Crawfords comments on tho
trial
Summary of the news
Tiiinn
Sport nows
A trln to England
FOURTH
McKinley Is said not to desire another nomi
nation
Kentucky campaign has opened
General political news
Yaqul battle Is expected today
Berlin cable letter
Burt insurance case
General telegraphic
FIFTH
Storm nows
Tbo Transvaal affair
General telegraphic
SIXTH
Island City News Items
Budget from Brcnbam
Religious news
Texas news <
SEVENTH
Rev Hayden not KUllty of criminal libel
News from tho State capital
Oldest Texas Maton
Texas naws
EIGHTH
Rock asphalt pavement work begun
The number of recruits secured in Houston
Local news
NINTH
Receiver appointed for the Cleveland citato
City Brevities
Personal Mention
TENTH
Railroad news
Mcetln of T P A director s
Texas new
ELEVENTH
Commercial Page
TWELFTH
Editorials
Staff letters from Washington and Austin
TIIIHTEKNTH f
The Early Laws of Texas
Texas Communistic Colony
The origin of surnames
Tba Letter Box
TOUHTEKNTII i
Want ads
FIFTEENTH
Want ids
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TWENmsiXsPifkQES
papers were seized Buffet w g arrest
ed at Feltourson tho frontlor as h
was about to cross Into Belgium
Mi Milliard of tho Petit ParlsUnhe
has been arrested on the charge of
urging soldiers to pleblsolio on tho
form ot government
Tho pollco hvo placed teals upon
tho doors of Jutes Gttoriua residence
In which he still defies them
At Nancy a man nnnied Plsson was
arrested on the charge of csplonngo
and has been condoinncd tottirc years
in prison and a hundred francs fln
and to be deprived from cltUeua
rights Of thesaventccn warrants ot
arrest Issued only flftoen wero exe
cuted
M Fabcro began to Interrogate Paul
do Koulcdo this evening
As tho cells ut pollco hoadquarters
nro all occupied sovcral prisoners will
bo transferred to tho prison do Laute
Actlvo rumors aro current in official
circles It is said tho government
podseasos preclso and detailed instruc
tions from tho Duo dOrleans to bis
agontav
It Is pointed out that when tho ar
rest of Deroulcdo was mado no out
alders know vthat the partisans of tho
Duko of Orleans wcro mixed In tho af
fair
Curiously enough Prince Victor
Bonaparte has been closely watched
by tho Orlcanlsta for Bevoral months
thoy fearing that ho might disturb
their schemes
Measures havo bcon taken to pro
vent Jl Uuerln from communicating
With pontons outsldo his bouse and tho
water gas and telopbouo connections
have been cut off
Tho Loaguo ot Patriots la organizing
a meollng for Tuesday noxt to pro
test against the arrest qt Deroulcdo
Furthor arrests navo been mado at
various places In tho provinces
t M Deroulcdo chief ot tbo Loaguo
of Patriots and M MarjelHabort
a member ot the chamber of deputies
woro arrested on tho evening of Feb
ruary 23 on tho charge at inciting sol
diers to Jnsubordluatlon In connec
tion with tho election nt Inulfleat
Loubnt The prisoners who bad bceu
on trial beforo tho assizes court lu
Paris wcro ucqulttud although dur
ing tho proceedings M Deroulortc ad
mitted ho wished to load a brigade to
ovorthrow the parliamentary rouftbllo
that his JtIon was tiilly premedi
tated itfijl that ho would not censo
h tsattempts to overthrow pariUincn
arlstn Ho acknowledged ho wjis guilty
of all tho otmrges oxcepl tho ailcga
tion that he wanted to lend thu sol
diers astray without a loader
Ho said I wantod a general nt
tholr head I would havo prerorrod
tho commander In chief Unhappily
I had no choice
Ho finished his harangue by demand
ing a ploblsclary republic asserting
nt tho same tlmo that hu never Intend
ed to turn tho soldiers from tholr duty
but wished to carry General Rogot
who wan in command of tho troops
with him
M MarlelHabort also admitted that
ho wished to cnuso a revolution but
denied having Incited soldiers to da
obedlenco Hn said ho only sought to
lead General Itoget to the Elyseo pal
ace nnd that tho men with him had
been merely following tho officers
General Monrninn Itenlirncd
New Orleans August 12 Gen
eral Gcorgo Moorman who for
many years has been General John
G Gordons adjutant general and
chief of staff announces In a letter
today that business Interests com
pel bis resignation General Moor
man has been a conspicuous figure
at every Confedcrato reunion hold
since the United Confederate Vet
erans woro organized and la fn
vorahly known throughout the
South
SEVENTEENTH
Governor Bayers account of the fund for the
relief of the flood sufferers
EIGHTEENTH
Reminiscences of the Confederacy
Daui httrs of tbo Confederacy
NINETEENTH
Governor Bayers on AntlTrutt Legisla
tion
New York and baseball
TWENTIETH
Tbo Fashion Page
TWENTYFIHST
Local society
Notes About Womans Clubs
Iho Summer Resorts
TWENTYSECOND
Forecaats by Foster
Seme suggestions for the South in tbe mat
ter of textile Industry
W C T U Progress
V WENT YFO VHTli
News for and of tbo drummers
Some warm political correspondency
TWENTYFIFTH
Iho Boys and Girls page
TWENTYSIXTH
Summary of Sermons
Local church noticei
A
A Number of the Conspirators Have Been Arrested and Are Now
in Prison Charged With Treason
HOUSTON TEXAS SUNDAY AUGUST 13 1899 VPKRJfc 5 0ENT
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DISCREDI
No Light Was Thrown U > m tbe Case if
the Witnesses
MERGER WAS HISSED BY THE SPECTATORS
Sold the Ohly Motive for DreyfoV
Trciimm w7 r tiint Me Hiul No
Fccllnir ot lntrlotUm
Itcnncs August 12 Todays rcenes In
the second court martial ot Captain Drey
fus wore as dramatic as those of Monday
when tho prisoner was arraigned M
CaBimlrPerlor returned to tho court and
related hs connection with tho court
after which Gcnoral Morcler was placed
on tho stand The latiorV testimony pro
voked a stirring scene General Mercler
had spoken nearly four hours In ruthless
denunciation ot Dreyfus who had listen
ed unmoved Until Merclor concluded by
eaylng that It he had not been convinced
of tho guilt of Droyftts and It tho lattcrs
conviction had not been fortified slnco
1894 ho would admit ho had been mistaken
Dreyfus Jumped to his feet as though the
word bad galvanized Into him life and
shouted In a volco which resouuded
through tho hall like a trumpet note
That Is what you ought to say
Tho audlonco burst Into a wild cheer
whereupon the ushers called for silence
But when Mercler replied that he would
admit Dreyfus was Innocent It there was
any doubt tho prisoner shoutod Why
dont you say that say that is your duty
Then nnolher outburst ot npplauBO
As Merclor was leaving tbe court room
tbo audience rosp en masse and hissed
and cursed him those nt tho back ot tho
court standing on chairs and benchos tn
ordor to better see him The audience
Showeda strong dJsVjJitilrtJ itq maltreat
tho former mlnVsteV or witrt Tbe anti
DroyfUBltes have cried wolf too often At
tbe outset ot General Morclera testimony
ho prepared tho court for a war scare
by declaring the emperor of Germany per
sonally took an active part In organizing
espionage and then later when ho defend
ed his action In communicating the secret
dossier to tho court martial of 1S34 he
said I no longor havo reason to keep
silent and I am going to accomplish what
I consider my duly In 1S91 the diplo
matic situation was perilous M Hnno
nux then minister of foreign affairs had
Indicated that M GaslmlrPerfcr had
spoken beforo tbo criminal chamber about
tho unusual step then taken by Count
Von Mutibtcr Ho also exposed tho some
what unusual way by which ho could
double hlmsolt Into an official porsonngo
and private personage later giving Count
Von Munster Information which was at
first refused him
But M CaslmlrPcrlcr amended bis dis
position saying he had not said tho same
day M Dupuy and myself remained from
S In tho ovcnlng until 1230 In his pri
vate office nt tho Elysce awaiting tho re
sult of telegraphic communications be
tween tbo emperor of Germany and Count
Von Munster We remained four hours
nnd a half waiting to seo If anything would
result from this exchange ot telegrams
Hero M CaslmlrPerlcr shook his hand
and head in cmphatlcal denial of General
Mcrclers statement
The latter continued I had been In
formed In tbo afternoon that the situation
was very grave Count Von Munster handod
an offer from his sovereign to ask tor his
pastports If his demands were not con
ceded I wae prepared to give the order
for mobilization Vou see wo were within
an ace ot war It was only at 1230 tba
M CaslmlrPerler notified mo that Count
Von Munster had accepted he Insertionot
a somewhat vague note declaring the am
bassador was not Involved
M CaJlmlrPerlcr hero agajn made a
repudiating gesture General Mercler con
tinued to explain that this was the reason
for bis action regarding Jhe secret dossier
If Dreyfus Is guilty he possesses a su
perhuman nerve for he listened to Gen
eral Mcrclers pitiless arraignment this
morning with a rigidity ot features Ie
could not have suspected the volcano with
in Dreyfus which burst forth when hu
man flesh and blood could stand It no
longer The only sign of the Ore1 within
was1 bis heaving bosom and the parehlaf
of his lips and palate which ti oocai
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