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Arkansas fair warmer Mondas Tuesday
fall south winds
Louisiana 1aii excoat orobablv showers In
extreme southeastern portion Tuesday fall
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Atlanta Ga S
Corpus Christ Texas SI
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ni Paso Texas 2J
wr jhtnycu can buy the same quality In Galveston Texas 81
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ChlcnRO AiiRUSt 13 A Iteord special from
Gfnymus Mexico sajs Colonel A 11 Mooro
t om Ncsv York and a mining expert named
Johnson of Sin Antonio hao gathered a
Btiard and Bono to tho relief of an Amerlcin
named Cook who Is In charso of a mine near
Bocnlra No word has hern received from
him since tho hitter part of Jul and It Is
feared he has fallen a victim to the Indluns
Tho party sturtcd for Docalra > estcrda > oier
u trail known to be Infested with Yaquls
iA miner who has reached here ebjs that
V aul Indians are encamped ten miles wen
nUftakenC rS tlCn but tW
of Torres a station on the Sonora railroad
or their way to Join tho rebellious Indians
along the rher Hoports fiom Toorln say ono
of tho Ynqul chiefs was killed while on his
way to Ma > n rler to orfianlze a branch of
the Mn > o Indians who were to Join tho laqnls
In their flKht iifiilnst tho GOieinment
Iho steamir Zallsco has left Ouajrauii for
Medano with troops for General Tarrcs
CHEAP RATES
VIA
fo MEXICO AND RETURN
MEXICO CITY MONTEREY
3130 1180
W P SIMMONS C W BEIIN L J PARKS
Traffic Mjn rer P T A
AKe < it Tkt Act Grind entra Depot
Raveling This Hot Weather
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f No li and Bust A Through Train for Tlirough Travel
ttei 0ny ° ne Day and N8lt t0 stLou5
WaJK25 Street
217 Main
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SAN MATEO TAKEN
The Enemy Was Discovered After a
Long Rcconnoisance
THEN A BATTLE TOOK PLACE
The American Loss Was Three Killed
and Thirteen Wounded
TWENTYTHREE OF THE ENEMY KILLED
Fighting Was Done Over Rice Fields Deep
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and SHEET IRON W0J1
HARTWELL IRON wV TTiS
Wo Cast Every Da
M ALLEN I Whoo e Produce
Houston Texas and Conlmlssloit
Large quantities Alesslna Lemons ar
riving regularly ask nic or prices
to run with Officer W E Griffith on a
blcyolo In pursuit After n chiso of ov
oral blocks Griffith fired twice at Iho fugi
tive Tho lattor returned tho flro mortal
ly wounding Griffith He tiled a few min
utes later The man who did tho killing
was Wellington C Llowllyn and ho catuo
from Globe Ariz A roward has been
oncrod for him dead or alive but so fir
ho has eluded the entire pollco and de
tective forco of tho city
WEATIIliH IMroitMATlUIt
lrnlinlilllllr
Washington Ausust 11 East Texas Fair
continued hlch tompcraturo Monday and
in Mud and Water
TROOPS EXHAUSTED BY HEAVY MARCHING
12iifiiiy Ilntrntichcd Two Mile He
50111 Tn ii Whore They Could
Rot lie Dlnliidtfcd
Oinnlln August 13 n IE p m Tho ro
eonnolsance yestcrdny by tho troopi nf
General Samuel n Youngs brigade with
the object of discovering tho v > hereabouts
of tho enemy near San Mateo east of
Sau Junn rcicrolr about ten miles from
Manila resulted In tho occupation of San
iMuteo Tho American loss was threo
killed and thirteen wounded Including n
lioutcnant of tho Thirteenth Infantry
Tho Americans entered Sin Mateo In
thrio columns Major Cronln with HO
nun of tho Twentyfifth Infantry ndanccl
from Naollchcs Dvo miles west nt Sin
Mateo Captain Ithors with 100 men of
tho Tourth cavalry and raptnln Daikcr
formerly lieutenant colonel of tho New
York volunteers with HS0 men of tho
Tventyflrst and Twcnt > fourth Infantry
and tho Fourth cavnlry approached In two
columns from tho south
Major Oronln experienced many difficul
ties arising from tho condition of tho coun
try and filled to effect a junction with
Captnln ltlvers west of San Mateo as
hud been planned
Cnpttm llhers ndanclnB took an out
post of tho enemy two miles iciutliwcbt
of San Mateo IIu then encountered strong
resistance nmong the hills tho enemy Ilr
Int from excellent positions Ilnln
failed to connect with Major Cronln and
seeing that the town was already occupied
by thu Americans Captain Rivers with
drew covering his withdrawal by a heavy
volloj Ho lost a seigemt killed
Captain Parker on advancing found tho
enemy strongly entronohed on tho tur
sldo of somu lice fields about a mllo wldo
and covered with deep mud Pushing nip
Idly forward ho routed tho Filipinos after
forty minutes lighting and then continued
tho inarch uron San Mateo which ho en
tered without serious resistance about half
past 1 In tho afternoon Major Cronln
entered the town about half past 4 Tho
Americans still occupy tho place Our
men wcro oxhaustcd by tho heavy march
ing
Twontythree ot the enemy are known lo
have been killed This Is tho first action
In which Colonul Burts colored troops
participated They bohaved well tbcli
leaders having difficulty In holding thorn
back
General Young accompanied Captain
Parkers column and was under flro
throughout tho engagement It la esti
mated that tho onemy numbered between
300 and 400 inuu
Manila August 1J S40 p m Tho In
surgents havo taken tho aggressive In tho
nclghboihood of tho railroad Saturday
night they unsuccessfully attacked the
Americans near Calumplt which Is gnril
boned by twu companies of the Twonty
becond Infantry Tho Amorlcnns had one
man a Hcrgoant hilled and two pilvntes
wounded
Yesterday rooming a similar artrny took
placu four miles west of Malolos whero an
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HOUSTON DAILY POST
XVTH YEARNO 132
HOUSTON TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST 14 1899
shlp off the reef near Manila on her out
wnrd trip ft quantity of government stores
to the v luo ot 115000 had to bo Jettisoned
an I wcro eagerly appropriated by tho
Filipinos who swarmed about tho reef and
mado more thnh one attack for tho purpose
of capturing the vessel ad crew
Upon her return trip to this port the
Centennial brought a number of Invalided
officers nmt men from various regiments
Among tho officers nro the following
Major I O tockwood Twcntytlrst In
fantry Captain M Kom United Stntos
engineers and Lieutenant E V Hawkins
South Dakota Invalided home Lieutenant
J 11 Httrbcson Thirteenth Infantry
wounded In tho leg at PAranngue Lieu
tenant V A Yatos Ninth Infantry sun
stroke and rAralyzod on ono sldoj Lieu
tenant W S Overtoil Third artillery
wounded In leg Lieutenant J S Parker
Sixth cavalry Major J A Ilnnnay Third
Infantry
OTIS IS TO HAVE ENOUGH MEN
TO THOnoUGHIY SUBJUGATE THID
riMiMivos w itr oan no it
HecrnltliiK to He Continued Until All
the Men Authorised by Inv llnvo
Ilecu Gotten Into the Arms
Special to Tho Post
Washington August 13 It has been de
termined definitely by tho admlnhtratlon
that moro volunteers ehall bo enlisted
than nrq needed to fill the ton regiments
recently ordered to be raised two or threo
of which already nro recruited to their
full strength Just how many additional
regiments will be recruited is jot to bo
decided upon nbsolutelv though It Is not
Improbable that tho entire volunteer forco
ot 35000 men authorized by tho reorgan
ization act will bo cnllatcd
Major General Miles has recommended
that tho wholo provisional at my bo raised
and his ooudboI Is belug nccorded serious
consideration This evening Secretary of
Wat Root when asked whether a conclu
sion in the matter had been reached said
that it was still in abeyance
Wo havo It under advlBemcnt the
sccrotary stated In rcplj to tho ques
tion and havo not jet determined how
many additional regiments shall bo ro
crultcd
That at least five more regiments of
volunteers will bo rnlsod is certain that
ten will bo recruited Is nlmoil as sure
while there is a strong probability as
Indicated above that tho entire authorized
volunteer forco will bo enlisted before the
cnlUtmenls are closed That tho admin
istration has concluded lo enlist moro
troops for sorvlce In the Philippines did
not come In the nntuio of a complete sut
prlse Such action has been foreshadowed
on several occasions In those dlspitchcB
The enlistment of volunteers now going
on will continue without Interruption at
tho regular army recruiting stations and
It Is exceedingly doubtful If there will he
any cessation whatsoever until 35000 vol
untecrs In the srvlco unless the In
bo crushed out of them General Otis
will havo all tho men he needs to accom
plish that end If ho Is capnblo of doing It
miirriMis ctsuAirins
Killed Mint Wounded Miiee Ollx Inm
Iteport
Washington August 13 Genoral Otis
teporta tho following additional casualties
Manila August 13 Killed August Si
ThlrtyBlxth Infantry near Sin Fernando
Coiporals LouIb J Wagner M Andrew
Wllfon
Wounded Sevonth infantrj Company
D Nicholas Smith John Wood forearm
Cclcstlue Ilotlno severe company T
Oeorgo Ilnmlll arm sovorc company II
Udward Woods thigh severe John W
Raymond thigh sllghtl > Twelfth In
fantry Company H Corporal Albert llo
rlrw shoulder slight Flftyflrst Iowa
other small garrison Is stationed ai a I infantry Company C Peter J Harlff
safeguard against a posslblo attack on chist eevcro Thlityslxti Infantry > la
tho rallwaj nptclul train took rein
foicements to Mnlolns
woro white clothing and held up their
bands to signify tlioj wcro unarmed
Captain Hart with a detachment advanc
ed cautiously to a point within i00 vanu
of them when tho Filipinos picked up their
guns nnd llred a volley Tho Amorlcans
Jumped In the bushes unhurt on the first
Tho Trnnnpurl Cenlcniiliil IJneoun
terji Siindr Accident
jor John Hugh A Dradeii knee slight
KRUGER WILL FIGHT
Has Made Necessary Arrangements for
Mobilizing Ills Troops
ARTILLERY RESERVE CALLED ON
It Is Rumored at Johannesburg lilt
landers to Be Restrained
AN UPRISING OF NATIVES EXPECTED
As Soon as the First Gun lias Been Fired
at the Boers by the British
15000 RIFLES SEIZED BY PORTUGAL
Thee Tilth Oilier W r Mnterlnl
Were Shinned from Iliinihiim to
the lretorln Government
Johannesburg August 13 The
Transvnnl government has ar
rnnged with The Netherlands
South African Railway company
for mobilisation on the shortest
notice if required
Immense stores of provisions
and war materials have been col
lected nt Pretoria
It is rumoicd that orders have
been issued to mobilize the artil
lery reserve
It is alleged from Boer sources
that the government proposes to
Introduce a law aiming to prevent
Uillanders from leaving the coun
try without permission In the
event of war
CnprtoMil Aiiifiint Jit V meetliiK
of prominent Afrlltnnder lender
hero toilny ndvoeiited itucentiuieo
liy the Trim not K eminent of
aro
surrcctlon In tho Philippines comes lo an Mr Chiimhcrlnlii Join voiiiiiiInkIoii
unexpected termination vvhlih H aim st
outsldo tho icalm of postilbllltv nt this
tlmo When orders wcro Issued In tho
Bccond week of July for the recruiting of
ten volunteer lcglmenti It was stated In
this correspondence that tho number was
merely u tentative and temporary Tlmlt
BUhJect very probable tu an Increase before
the summer vvno over
This forecast has been Justified by dB
velopments and tho now regiments will
bo given numerical designations ai ull
others In the service have received The
plans of rendezvous and other mattera of
detail will be announced In duo time ab
will tho appointment of officers
A vigorous campaign villi ho commenced
by November and during that anil the
succeeding month It Is thought that audi
hard blows will bo delivered against tho
Filipinos that all dcslie for llborty will
Captain Robert F AbornBthy forcntm In Hie Triinnviiiil would lie tho
slight company C Matthow Hannn arm
Whllo tho Seventh Infantry during last severe comjuny I James F Illgglns
Tucbdajs battle was approaching Callulot thigh slight company M Michael Me
mo troops saw a number of Filipinos out CTliy kneo slight John Ray kneo
el 1U Eleventh InfantryCompany L
John Wengel leg slight
ST 11 m IMIIOVAftT
Will Denwiiid ItcillcNK for HI Itepnt
oil illlelNlii or MIn
I ropoKiil
Accordion In 11 dlijmti h from Dur
ban > lllnl the Ilternool reKlment
wlileh roicnlly left here nil he
lient to folio a en 11111 nt liiliiKen
II r elf
The PortnirneKc lime dedtlncd tho
Mennier IteliOmtiiK finm lliimliiirK
June i at lellinu Ini She Ihim on
hourd 15000 rlllcB mid other mir
liiiiterlnl cniiNlKned lo llio Triinn
11111I xoveriiiueiit
London August H Tho Johannesburg
vaals answer will bo a refusal Tho
second will be an acceptance conditional
on tho Independence of the South African
republic not being Impugned
of tho chaos reigning In Pretoria Tho
leading mombers of tho rnud aro opposed
to war and accuso President Krugor of
being responsible for tho chaos
The Capetown correspondent or
the Dull Chronleln mii > nt I nm
eonvlneed Hint the Ilrnt uliot llred
mIkoiiI for 11 nrenernl iinlMn rtaliiK
Iho Imperliil Koverniiien 1 con
rHKerl lvns po Itlvely wiirnril nc
eorilliiKlr nnd In preparing to en
force the now Ilimnlo hut < n
London AiiKiml The Tlineii < hl
nlnrnliiir In 11 xpeolnl nrllele on Hie
Hantt N W T August 13 Lieutenant Tranxianl alluiiUon bii > hi
In the
tiro The Americans returned tho flro and Commander Ferry St John of her majes fcut ot vtari ln iiiion to laouo
tho Filipinos ran off ty8 8hlp Peacock who Is taking the
from p ° r n < ioimhi iii he
Word has been received Llouten
BCarccly contain himself
ttatcrs hero caD Bcarccl >
ant Gllmoro of tho United StiiteB gunboat mM from niirflniid inahlnir the
Yorktown who with fourteen members ot with Indignation on account of his reputed
the crow of the gunboat was captured by criticism of General Oils and tbo Philip lotul llrlllli forco o > 000 It Mill
the InBurgents last April near Hnler oa pno campaign Tho American papor to 1o Jr n Knore tic
at
the cast coast of Liuon Tho message bond containing tho roparted interview
comcB through Spanish prlsaners nnd la Victoria havo mado tbo commander furl honld Ilrlinln ho iinwllllnicly
to tho otfect that the officer nnd his men ous Ho denies tbo correctness of the p hy forco Hint
do
ato at Vlgan In tho province ot South Jntorvlew nnd through his attorneys
lolocls on the south coast of Ltufn All manded to bo set right
but two aro well Lieutenant Gllmoro is
allowed a servant and la fairly well Wu JJ > lnU ti Arm >
trcatod London Atifiust U The St Petersburg
an cvcrriVG Tnii
correspondent of tho Times rays It has
been decided by tho government that hero
after any university or high school student
creating or Instigating disorders shall bo
fiiut Hint
uliloli Jimtlcu uliould iieeord mi
enlirely new South African ultiiii
llou will have been created
MCW IIH1TISII IIAITLKHHII
It l to lie Vers Different from Hie
lrcKeut Stjle
London August 13 At tho moment
Sau Francisco August 13 Tbo trans f ann cora
port Centennial arrived hero from Manila pei0d to render from one to three years Emperor William was tclllns Congress
today after a most exciting round trip service it will bo Interesting to Know man ji > oM hat tho best peace conference
Sho narrowly missed a couple of typhoons hohor the new tegulatlons will aP a srpnB navy plans bad Just pasied
was ashore on coral reef where the J yJjp j the llrnUU admiralty for nn entirely new
entire crew barely escaped capture at the t0 tuo United Slates cmSassy of Illtreat cIbbi of warship Great Interest is taken
bands of tho Filipinos one of tho toldlera ntcnt at tbo hands of the poflce n the new vessel which was dealsiicd by
was killed by n parting hawser and one of i slr WIUm Yblte director of naval con
stabbed col
the quartermasters was by a
° r
necause of the stabbing Charles Wll
son of tho Centennials galley staff ar
aar
V ry Ar r wN wh has 8v n a reprosentnttvo
cf tho Associated Preos tbo following p4r
SJarteSster 2t X Z I Vf ft JZJ t
in omo hospital until ho recovers frommander of the Italian cruiser Tripoli nnd triumph In naval architecture both for
hi injuries tbo captain of tbo port both vlsltod Ad speed nd flBbtlnB She will cost ready
During tbo lightering process to get the mlraj Dewey on boarVj If ° r sea about 11250000 her upeecj will
PRICE 5 GENTS
liAIIOIU SHOT J
Amhtthod hy Two Men nnd 9e
SI
rloimly Wounded
1 Ronncs August 13 Two men nm
2 bushed Maltro Labor counsel for J
Drcjfus nnd ono shot was fired hit
ting Laborl In tho back Mk Lnbarl
2 tell In tho roadway lie Is still allvo
Maltro Laborl left hli houso alono
for tho rourt nt nliont tl oclock this
morning Ills residence Is situated
In tho suburba of the town nbout
a quarter of an hours walk from
tho Lycec tho roulo being along
a solitary road bcsldo tho Rlvor
VUnje Ho had reached a point
half way on his Journey when two
men who had evidently been lying
In wnlt for him ruohed out of a
narrow lano and ono ot them fired
a single shot from a revolver Tho
murderers wnro only n couplo ot
jnrds behind their victim and tho
bullot struck Uahorl in tho hack
Tho wounded man uttered an agon
ized cry nnd fell flat on his face
Tho murderers Immediately lied
through thu line from which thoy
had emerged and both have escaped
At 7 30 oclock tt was announced
that tho bullot had entered the
stomach that there was no out
ward bleeding and that tho phy
sicians bcllevo that M Laborl will
dlo from the wend
A later story ban It that Maltre
Laborl wits shot In tho temple by
a man who fired a revolver at hlm
outside the court and that tho hiIb
cicnnt was arrested
gent veiy excellent resuliu aro certain
Foiwntd will br clieulni tops mounted
coirespondent of tho Dally Mall Bajs Tho1 with rapid lire guns
Her total nrmamnnt
iV n awnittag thO approval of r SJ
tbo Orange Frco Stnto nnd tho Capo ColHCCUt Sx torpedo tubes will ooinplti
ony ministry boforo ropljlug to tho pro her cqiilpminl Urn piotettion of llnrvoj
posal ot Mr Chamberlain to submit tho led Btecd will be less than on lliu ships
1 now building Tho Bpnnl hAmerlcon war
frnnchlso controversy to a joint coinmls jtrocted our attention to coal capacity
slon of Inquiry I nm In a position to mel nothing will bo wanting In that re
assert that tho first draft of tho bpect Her displacement will bo 13000
toiu Tho new vcbsnI which will bo laid
down In November nt Dovmport imme
diately after thu bulwark Is off tho Blip
should bo ready within u jour She will
bo the nearest approach yet nttalued to n
combination ot the fighting pa
perfect
Thls Indcpendonco on Illoemfontcln nnd pntty of ft jmlcghp with tho mobility ot
the Dutch cabinet at Capotown la proofa cruiser of that Ijpo udyqeatod b > 0110
of tho highest naval nuilioi Itlon In tho
world Captain Mahan
tVAVrS MV TltADIJ
llnlleil sliileN VllnUler No Iiiformx
Ilinll uud Vriceiillne
Rio do Janeiro AugiiBt ll Colonel
Charles Pngo Ilrynn United Suites mlu
Istnr lo llrazll In an Important corn
inuulentlon to the Argentlno and Brazilian
press nssortH that tho United Stales wants
nuthlng u South America but trade and
haimony
Immense crowds representing tho labo
Ing daises and schools havo been passing
tho pieuildeutlnl pahee this inenlng and
cheering Dr Campos fialles tho jirvsldent
of Jini7ll and his bhchi General Roca
president of Argentine The people have
bten sh utlng for unlcn between the two
governments Tonight tho president of
Ilrasll gnvo another reception and banquet
followed by a ball
ISliltOI5 > TS WILL WIM
General 11 ml lie Saimiilne of Mnccc
In San llomliiKO
Havana August 13 Genoral Juan
Isldor Jlmlnf the aspirant to the presi
dency of tho republlo of Santo Domingo
sajs ho has received news of numerous
recent successes of his pnrtlsans Ho de
clares also that ho has all the monoy he
needs as well as a thousand men undor
arms At nn catly date ho expects to re
echo news of the utter collapse of tho
present Dominican government after
which ho will go to Santo Doming in
moil as his partisans who ho save art
a majority ot tbo population desire
VAbsovuihy Pvre
m > itj
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COTTON 8KED HVtli AND SmAt
rtOlB BRAN CHOM KTCi h
G C STREET
HeaitsB Texas
TWO MOREARRESTS
Prominent Royalist and Socialist Have
Been Taken In
A DEMONSTRATION PREVENTED
Police Drove Away the Crowd the Jew
Baiter Harangued
MANY WARRANTS ARE YET UNSERVED
More Than Three Hundred ot the Alleged
Conspirators Are Yet at Large
THE COMMENTS OF MRS EMILY CRAWFORD
The Trlnl of Drejfim Ik Onlr a
Minor Kv etit lit the Trnitedy Now
HulitH Unitulcil lit Krtinvc
1nrie August 13 Demonstrations oc
curred this evening outside of the offices
ot tho AntiSemlto league whereJules
Guorlti president of tho league and Max
Regis tho fornlor Jew baiting major ot
Algiers against whom orders of arrest
were Issued jesterday on a charge of
conspiring to bring about a chnngo ot
JJ B0crnment ato still besieged by tho
pollco
Fifty nntlScmltes took up a position In
a restaurant opposlto and M Gucrln
harangued them from a window Finally
tho pollco closed tho thoronghfaro to pre
vent tho demonstration becoming ccrlous
In tho course ot tho evening Godfrey
president of tho committee of Jouneaeo
royallets was arrested and n dispatch
from St Lo capital ot tho department nt
Maliche announces tho arrest of M Io
Manuel secretary of tho Lcaguo of Pa
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ho a kuot In oxecss of any nrltleh battlg
Bhlp uud her guns turret torpedo tubes
nulK and booms will uuibod Ideas which
txporlcnco nnd experlmenl havo proved
beyond anything > ot ntteinpted in this or
any other country Her guns J1I b
generally of smaller cnllbet than thoso of
tho now bulwark now building fiho will
bo tho longest nnd broadest warship uver
laid down In a government doekinrd
whllo her draft will bo shallow Her
triots
It appears that tho report of tho arrests
o ot MarlelHabort member of the chant
a I her of deputies for Riimboulllet and a high
2 official of tho Lcaguo of Patriots was in
coircct lie Is still nt large Out of 373
o wananti Issuer eomo twentyseven havo
a been executed
I M Denis Cochin under arrest and ono
of tho deputies for tho Seine department
has written to tho prcmloi M Wnldeck
Rousieau announcing his Intention to In
terpellate tho government when parlia
ment reassembles regarding Its general
pollco
Those nlrcady nrrcatcd Include Corate
Io Sabrnn Iontlfus Comto Chovlllc M
Do Moncourte socrotnry of tboJouncseo
royalists nndM Do Ficjclnet vice presi
dent of Oelllot Blanc or Whlto Carna
tion society
Ccmto Chovllly was a forraor frlond of
the comto deParls nnd Is now a fervent
partisan of tho due tlOrltans
Jho situation Is believed to bo less dan
gerous than Is pretonded Tho arrests
breadth Is deilgne1 to uttalu tho maximum 8mo turn tlcllt011 from th0 nrejfus
and ftom hor stixr
steadiness under Illo
affair whllo tho government makes ex
amples of tboHo who work up sedition
CO MM KNIS ON VinitCIIHIt
Coio l > ami rienieneeiiii VVi Ito Din
> liranln l > of Hie General
Special to The Post
Now York August 13 Tho Herald has
the following ciblo fiom Paris M Cer
ncly writing In Figaro says An ne
knowlidgemcnt Is duo to tbo talented la
bors of the attlst was what I thought
Just now on nadlng tho nationalist
papers of Paris nnd learning thoro that
tbo Drcyfuslto fad Ions jro woefully de
Jocttd Inasmuch as the first sitting of
the court niaulal was In the unanimous
opinion of nil tho people at Rcnues a
crushing blow to Droyfiu You should
rend for voursclf these statement5 which
have been pilnled In tho avhole of tho
antiDruyfuslto press without epllon
This Is vvhiil I call flno work for dur
ing tho thirty yeuru I hove been a Journal
ist I liino never seen falsehood so well
piorngnted and nerved out with such
united ctfort Never have 1 witnessed u
bolder attempt nt perversion
Unfortunately for tho untiDreyfusltos
It Is labor lost
It la not n nuoBtlon of convincing road
cr who havo long been accustomed to a
aystum of Intellectual falsification but
soveu officers upon whom those knavish
trleks have no effect bovoh officers who
do not appear to bo as yet woll Informed
but who scum qulto honest nnd determined
to deliver n wellpondered verdict de
termined also lo make themselves ac
quainted with every detail ot the matter
before they pass Judgment upon It
It 13 unpleasant to think that 100 years
ago there was u gencral codification op the
laws and customs of France from tho tlmo
of tho Romans lip to our day and that tbo
present century has so little bnlped to de
velop among us tho sense of Justice Wo
were the Judicial teachers of Kurope our
enemies themselves borrowed tho Na
poieonlo code from usf and yet we navo
jutit been witnessing the sttange spectacle
of 500 documents collected as evidence
against prisoner after ho has been con
demned
Dreyfus was found guilty upon tno
ntrongth of the boraoreau upon that
unlquo borrtcroan which Csterlnuy c
Inn ledges ho drew up and today It It
noaeswy for Dreyfus to discuss COOdoou
roeuts not one of which existed when h
war proclaimed guilty
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