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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, AFRIL 5 1899.
3 Maicjjmtw $0jurttiiL WKDNK8DAY, APBIli C, 1809. RTHUR ROPEB, Oonoral Editor. Tho Polnt of Ylow. A great doal depcuds on tho poiut of viow. II ono is predctormined to tako n fnleo or distortcd viow of thlngs, ho docBu't wuut to Bock a vicw-poiut from whenco hls vlslon will bo onllghtcnod. And, on tho othor hnnd, if ono must dopend on tho ovidonco of others for his imprcBsionB, and doMres to cotno to right concluBions, ho will bo guidod by tho tcstiraony of rocn in n posltlon to judgo ond havlng a tnoral aa wcll as prnctical capoclty to form right judg niontB. For exutnplo, tho Springflold Jicpublican writes an cdltorial articlo tlmt 18 crawling with corruptlon to Bhow how phyaicnl dlscaso of spcclal typcs nesnils nud decliuatcs white sol diors in tho tropica, and prcdicts all namclcBB wocs for tho Auierican sol diors as tho rosult of their habitntion in tho tropica. This ia what a ncwBpapcr, eome 10,000 milcs from the sccno of its obacrvntionp, bccb through oycs jaun diccd by prcjudlco. On tho othor hand, Gcnorol Wcsky Mcrritt, wIicbo point of viow wna aomo what Icsb rcmoto tbon that of this nowapapor cditor, wIiobo oyo is clcarer aud whoBo reason is uncloudcd by tho miosmatlc miata that onvelop tho He pubUcan's uppor story, tokea a inore wholcsomo viow of tho white mau's eituation atManilo. Writing for Frank Leslie's Monihly Gcnoral Morritt snys tho Amorican army in tho Philippines ia conipoecd of tho DncBt material in tho world, and is well eupplied and healthv. Tho qucation as to what ef- fect tho South Sea tropical cliniato will havc unon Amorican Boldiers fresh from our tcmporoto or wittry zoncs, is importont, ho soyf, but not ncceetarily alarming. Hia owu obscrvations in tho PbilippincB aro atated thus: So long as our men took caro of tbetn BolveB nnd followod tbe tnstiuctloDS glven thern tn regard to clotblng, food und expoa ure to tho noonday sun or tho night alr, tbey were remarkably healthy. We bad very little slckness. Thore nre no epldeinlc fevers sucb aa yollow fevor in Maulla, nnd tbe cllmato is cooler tban tbat of Hong Kong or tbe adjacent portlons of China. Poraonally I bad not a day's sickneas, and everybody I knew wbo took care of hlm self cot along very well. SuoU is consplcu. ously tbo caae wltb Admlral Dewev and tbose on bls HeetjBick men tbere are al moat as scarce bb killed or wounded. Of courae, In tbenavy tbeyhavo tbe advantage of llvlng IndoorB and carrylng tbelr bonseB wltb tbem. Tbe army ls neceaaarily raoro ezposed. For two weeks Qenornl Groeno and bls brigado wcre in tbe troncbes up to tbelr niiddles In water tbe greater part of the time tbat is, wbllo on ploket duty. But to offflot tbese bardsbips our troops in the Philippines were well eupplied. I heard no complaint of tbo comtniBsary bup pllesj and, naoreover, by nieans of the bam boo wbicb grows in great profuslon in tbat oountry tbe mon made thiinselvea cots, raised abovo tbe ground an iuiportant pro caution lnsisted upon by tbe dootors and ln tbat way oacaped mucb discomfort and Bickncaa. After tbe fall of Manila, wben tho reaction bad set ln, tbere was ratber a lower average of health perbaps tbo men became leas careful of themselvos. Vet whlle I was ln Manila up to Septomber tbere was very little sickness not a greater percentago tban would be fouud among the eame number of men anywbere. lu brlef, from wbat bxpirionce and knowledge I bave, I em inclined to bo as optimiBtio as ever regarding our flag tn tbe Pblllpplnos. I tbink tbe preaent oxclte ment and ocoupation of tbo troops is a very good tblng, and keeps tbem from becomiug homeaick. After peace was establlshed, and It appeared notbing more was to be done, a good many of tbe men wantod to come bome. Of course, those who wanted to come bome were loudtr ln tbelr clamorB than tboso who were willing or deslred to etay. I bave uoticed tbat a great many of tbo regulars in thiB country bave aBked to join the regiments ordorcd to Manila, as belng a partioularly doslrable service. That in ltself is a good sign. It is an indication that we may bocome very good colonlsts after a little experience; and we bave the idvantaEO of Bome very UBuful oblect loa- sona ln wbat tbe Engllsb bave accom' nllsbed and are now at. It ia dlfflcult to Bympatbize wltb those wbo foraee inauper able obstaclea in the way of our eatablishing a military government on tbe lines already laid down. ASTONISHING PRAISE! Dr. L. J. Dnxomi, of niltomi, Vt., gwes such to Smflth's Oreeirn MotumitaSini ftenov&Ltoir, He Tells How He Prescribi lootl l)urc iii This Great Has Beoai Using This Private Ever S'mce in Hfis Practice. IN'CT, tlio f'hil M ai ' Tlint i a vn-oiil t le rrotid of for n nieiiit itn' to lmo liccn ul nml I'mlurscil ly ti regiilnr practitloncr. '1 Iii'-ii the piomi di.tnir tion tliiit Smlih's (.H'Cii Mnuntiiiii llcnov ntor. jjroatft-t (.r all nerve remedu.9, i .. f i to-dnv. 1'r. 1.. .1. UiMHi of Milton, Vt.. 1 1 u-t I'iviMonof tlio lltli Aiiiiv Ccpii u . !) sinrc tlnii liccn 1'iniiiui '. i Kt it nud wcll ktmn ii lo tlic 1 1 .- I u-:t t c l il.'i-p lcariiitii; and titieiiin jnd,rn: itntiv 'loni'rnll.v, lu wntim; ot Nimi lUllllMllrir, ll(M tllC fullowiiii; V.nltl- "Wllilc 1 atlt !'! in tlic linl.it. imi lar plij f K'uitia vi'tnri ivrt iti - i i. I'lirtary invdiiitir jctas rcjtuiJ- Sm.Ui v ns stirKcou of tlic '.rmtttlie Clvil W'ar, iinivlioiit hU uativu l'"uf .-ion ns a tnan ll:i'"UL'liiut the i' fi.irii Motiiiluiu I ' iinnf of ro"tl n. lutM of pio Grccn Jloutitrtiii Otirlous llolltfs. As a eoit of conl'ary to Oouornl Morritt's tcstlmony aB to tho condl tious oxiatiug in tho Amorican army ln and around Manila, tho Bubjoincd com ment of tho Now York Tribune on ac olhor phaso of public oplnlon of in dlvldualsand affairB in tho Philipplucs ia bothlutorostlng and wholcBomc. It ia good mcdiclno for Mr. Iloar and tho pcoplo who constltulo tho dlaciploa of tho vory absurd Sonalor and who ac copt his opinions and judgtnetit: It ls an lntorestlng faot tlmt tbero aro Americana of bigh posltlon who lltid lt caalor to bollovo tho wlltlost vaporlngs of Aguinaldo tban tho Rtatomonta of Qenorul Otla. Porhaps uobody can ozplaln tbat atato of mlnd. Whatevor tho roaaon may bo, tboro aro Araerlcans wboso moutal fac ultles aro ho dlstorted tbat tboy llaten wltb profouud bolief to overytbing Agalualdo baB to say, and inatinotlvoly put down ovorytblng tbat 1b sald by tho gonoral com manding tho Amorican foroes as an nn trutb. Porbnps tbo Unitod Stotcs will got olong boit If itoxpocta its own ofllcors iu com mand at tllstant points to toport tbo facts. Tboro ls notbing eutlrely abborront in tho suggostlou. It ls not known that Goneral Otls has over boon guilty of a falsobood. He hm tbo higbest resptct of all regular army oflloora who havo kuowu hltn. His courae slnco ho has beon at Manila Iihh oxaotl, corrcsponded wltb bis statoments. It appears tbat bo has coniniandod tho opproval of tbe inajorlly of forelgn rosidonta at tbat point. Even ln ome matters of dlfllctilty bohos boen ablo to sweep away all objectlona by cloar statemonts of facts whlch nono venturo to diapute. Yet, ln tbo eatlmation of aomo crltlca, be ls leas wortby ot bellef tban Aguinaldo. It la really curious how the mlnds of BOino mon predisposo tbom to bellovo un trutba, and so atrongly that no accumu latlou of uvldence, no appoal to comtnon aonae, has auy eflect whatevor. Yot somo mon aro bullt on tbat plan. Ono may ad mlt that tboy nre to be pltled, but lt cannot bo deniod that tboy havo tbe comfort of belng bofooled, aa tbey obvlously liko to bo. "Peace Hath Her Vidories ch(p tess renowned than ivar," satd Milton, and now, in the Spring, is the time to get a peacefut victory over the impttrilies which have been accumuUiting in the blood during Winter's hearty enting, The b&n ner of peace is bome aloft by Hood's Sarsaparilla. It brings rcst and comfurt to the wonry body rncked by pains of all sorts nnd kinds. Its benoficiol cffects provo it to betliogri'nt spccilic to be rollcd upon for victory. Hood's ncvcr iHsupjioinls. Scrofllla " Htinnltig scrofttla sorea matlo ino sliuiinotl by nciclibors. Mcdical trcntmetit fallcd. A rplnllve urged mo to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. DIil so und in fcw lnnntli tbo sorrs roinplctoly bcalcd." fns. J. M. IUtck, ICtim, N. II. Catarrh-"Iiaagrecnblo cntnrrhal drop plngs Iti niy thront mnde mc norvotis nnd dlzzy. My llvcr wns torpld. Hood's Hnr saptirllin corrccted botli troublos. My licaltli ls very good." Mns. Ei.viiia J. S.Mtr.EY, 171 Mnln St., Auburn, Mnlno. Tumora "A tumor as blg ns n largo mnrble ciimc tinder my tonguo and instcnd of lcttlng my pliysiclanopernteon lt,I uscd my favorlte spring tonlc, Hood's Snrsapa rllla. The bulicb soon disappenred." Mna, H. f. Coaun.v, 8 Union St., Lowell, Mnss. d&CtCS ScVtiabWiiffg nooJ'irilliciire llvty llli,tlie non-lrrltatlng nd only eatliartle to uko wtUi nood' Marnapjrlllq, Tlic Troublc iti Sniuoa. Uenovator I ivotild 1";o tn av ti, ,t T bave nsod it pcrsotially in my family nnd in niv practica for fortv ycars, nnd li.ivo tliorouglilv iimvpd U vittuo in a wido ran?o of diseass. I do not liesitatctogivo it irds of linquniificd praise, nor to coinmend it t fie afilicU'd cvi'rywlicie, for biv.'ien do- 'Mltntlnni, 'icllior from '' ' 'ar ; r of life, or from pcr- - )IM ... -.'5 ...-.iinlftiro, with depraved Mood, wli.-e nn iti itroratinR, npitctlzing, clcaiislng, alfratlve ns Jlcmo ii Indlcatcd. 'I'lie Henovator Ikh in my liands, lioth ln clvil life atid in iullitary, bnnerseded all othcrinedlcincs. I can conscieiitioiiily say to tbo lalty, nnd to brotltcr physiciaiis not ncqualnted with It, that if they givc It n trial, tbey will praiso iu stead of condemn It. Yours truly, Di'xon." lt is not only tlio doctors wbo bave lcarned iho great mcrit of this most wondcrful of all tonica, but thore aro tbousands who wero tcrri ble cxamplcs of wltat ituptire blood or broken il i u tit'rvcs will do that havc been to-day re il.v trcd to licaltli and strcngth by the usc of tliis niust potent of all known rcincdlcs. Smitb's Grceti Mottntaln Henovator countcr :tis all poibottous tecvelkins tliat arc in the blood; gives stretiRth and licaltli to ench one of tbo vital orgatis of tlio body, and baa been tho cutise of EavitiK tliousauds of livcs that would bavol'jcn s.acriticcil,bad they not lcarned of tliis greatcst of nll specilics. Smitli's Green Mountaln Henovator is purely vcgctable, and it is, therefore, unllke eo many other blood retnedics, absolutely harmlcss'. This Henovator was prescribed over forty ycars n!?o by Dr. Mack, a promincnt pliysiclan Ilvingin Vermont. It is sold and made to-day in cxnctly tho saino manner as it was prepared by this old pliysiclan, by the St. Albans Rem cdy Company of St. Albans, Vt., wbo gu&r autce its nction, and will gladly refund the coat of the romedy in every Instance, vrhero iti c tion is not found eatlsfactorr. Since the burning of the Windsor iu New York thero has been frequent poinllng of tho moral that disaster con vcys ln the mattcr of security againat tho rapid Bpread of llrc and tho mcans of escaping from burning buildiuga. Llke charity, practical wiadom in thia malter should begiu at homo. Thore nre "flre trapa" in every community. There are bulldings in Montpelier which might bccomo "holocausts" if suddonlv aaaailed by flro. Tho lesaon of the Windaor should lcad to the pro viBlon of Ure eacapes and evory praa ticablo meanB for BecunnE the safe es- cape of peoplo from a burning build ing. This is a propor mattor both for private concern and for the considerate action of tho public authority. Pcr taiuing to this subject the Boaton Jfeo ord sajs: "The recent hotel flros ln New York and Buffalo emphasize the fact that no mattor bow well arrunged tbo iutorlors of sucb bulldings are in the matter of Btalrways, tbe tendency on tbe part of tbe guests to rusb to tbo wlndows in their eflorts to oa capo the flamea continuea. And tbnt ia one powerful reason for tbo oatabllshment of flre escapes on 'all outaide walla," Wltb manlo BUgar retalllng at twelve conts a pound in Burlington tbere would seem to be little ground for the statement that many farmera will not make BUgar this spring on acoount of tbo low prlco. Froe Press. Tho astuto conteraporary'a conclu sion would bo a roasonoble ono if the farmcr got for bis sugar tho retail prico in Burlington and othor largo coramu nlties. Tho price of the retniler ia ono thing; tho price tho farmorgets isofton quite another thing. Neverthclesa, tho latter'B Bharo of the retail prico ought to be large onough for the oncourage ment of the producer. Fifty-Eight Years Old!! It'a a long lifo, but tkvotion to tho truo intoresta and prosptiity of the Amtrican Peoplo has wou for it new fricnds as tho years rolled by and tho originol ruenibers of its family paaaed to their reward, and theso odmiror8 are loyal and atendfast to-doy, with faith in its tcachings, and conDdcnco in tho inforni.tion which it bringa to their homo? nnd llrcpidrB. Aa a uatural cotiBequcnco it onjoya in its old ago all the vitality and vigor of its youth, strengtheucd und ripuntd by tho experionceB of over half a ceutury. It lifte livcd on its mcrite, nnd on the cordial aupport of nrogrrasive Araerlcans. It la "Tho Now York Weokly rribune," acknowledged the country over as the lcadinglNatioual Family Newapaper. Uecognizing its vaiuo to inoso wno ucairu uu mo news oi ino oiaio anu ixa tlon, tho publisher of Tnu Watciiman, (your own favorito homo papor) has entered mto an aluance wnn "ine jnbw xors woeKiy irtuune wnicn eutiuieu him to furnUh both popers at tho trlfling coat of 82.00 por year. 12very farmcr and every viiiogcr owea n to nimaen, to uis iamny anu to tno community in which he lives a cordial support of his local newapaper, as it works constantly and untiringiy lor nts lntorcsis in ovory way, nnnga to ma uomo au tho news and happcninga of hia ncighborhood, the dolegs of hiB fricnds, tho coc dltion and nroanecta for diffcrenl crops, the prices in homo marketB. and, in fact, is a weekly vlsitor wnicn snouiti no iounu in ovory wiuo awako, pro- greBaivo family. Just tnlnk ot Ul uotn ot tueao papers lor onty a.uu a year. Send nll aubscriptlona to The Watchman, Montpelier, Vt. Tho announcemont is made that the York cotton mills, Saco, Me., 1,700 hands, tho Laconia and Popperell milla, Biddeford, Me., and thc Exetor milla, Exetcr, N. H., 000 handa, will, on Mouday, April 3, reatoro the wagca existintr in January, 1898. Tho cut down at that time was teu per cent Tho list of thc mills and flrms in var- ious brancueR ot ludustry, east anu west, that havo giveu a siniilar notico ia a long one. A laboior that haa been gotting S1.80 a day, after tho advnnco will get 2.00 a day. Tho result will be a very larce monoy accession to the wages of labor, and a greater iucrcaao of comfort and happincss. Ten years ago Qrcat Britain, Ger many and the TJnited States joined in a compact guarautoelng tho independont existence of Samoa undor the protcc tion of tho thrce powera. In tho schemo of governmont dcvised by tho partie8 to this ogreomont, a Btipremo court was catabliBhed, tho chiof juaticc bcing np pointcd by tho three treaty powere. Tho preaent chiof justico, liko his prc deceaaor, ia an Amcricau. Among the diaputes that had dU turbed tho poaco of Samoa had beon tho claimB of rival kings to the sovor eignty of tho island. This was finally dotermined in favor of Malietoa, and his rival, Mataafa, was aent into exilo. In courso of time tho baniahcd sover eign waa allowed to roturn. In courao of limo, too, tho reiguing Ulng died and au clection of hia succcsaor waa hcld. Mataafa and Malietoa Tanu, a deaceudant of tho dead king, were tho rival candldates for tho kingship. Ma taafa claimed the election which waa in disputc but Chief Juatico Cham bers decided and under tho treaty agreomont his deoision was to be flnol that Malietoa waa logally clected. Ma taafa thcrcupon revolted, set up a pro- viaional governmont and attacked Ma lietoa's men. The outbreok was suppreseed, and it waa honed that tho trouble had blown over. But there wao at Samoa, in the pereon of tho German conaul, Herr Fvoae, tho countorpart of Admiral Died ricks in the Philippines. Conaul Roao and the German preaident of the coun cil, the governing body, lent their aid to Mataafa'a provlsional government in ils attempt to oust Cbief Juaticc Cham bera from hia ofllce. This attempt waa reaiatcd by tho Britlsh and American conauls, and by the British naval com- mander preaont iu the harbor of Apia. America had at that timo no warauip on tho acono of the troubles, but tho cruiser Phlladolphia, carrying Admlral Kautz, was recently dispatchcd to Sa moa to protect Amcricau iutoreatB, and their retroat to tho norll', nnd th whcn this work had buoti oometci, and tho uitny brought up, thc citpStfi of tho Aguinaldo government wotib fall. But tho Fillplno fox has not been caught, nor thc coutinucd rclrcnl of Iii urniy arrcstcd. Iu tbis rcBult tho un oxpcctcd has hnppencd. Had lt beon a poasiblo nchlovcmcnl tho Atncrlctm cotnmandor would havo landcd a forco to tho uorlh of Malolo?, bcforo thc at tack in front, to cut cff the cuemy's rt trcut along tho lino of the railway, which cxtcuda 130 nuili'B, according to publiBhed occounta, noithward from Manila. Appatanlly, Aguinaldo tuuy now lcnd tho American comtnaudcr n long chaao to tho north, but tho shore marks llio utmost llmit of his rotrcat. Tho lengthenlng distonco from hiB baso of Bupplies, and thc dangors that may thrcatcn his lino of communicn tion, uuless a now baso can bo estab lishcd at MttloloB, which ls a fow tnik inland from thc uppor shorcs of thc bay of Mauila, willBoriouHly contributr, it would Bccin, to tho difllculty of fuiuro opcratious ogninst tho raalu body of thc insurgonts. Thcsc circumstanccs, nnd tho neor approach of tho ralny seaaon, which, with tho tropical hcat, will both impedo activo military operations and rcduce tho ifllcleucy of tho troops, are imparting a Bcriousness to tho nspcct of thc wur it has not hitherto borno. Tho developments of tbo immediato futuro in the Island of Luzon will bo awaltcd with auxious intereBt, with an abiding faith iu the ability nud vulor of the American comraaudera and their men to bring to an early nnd victorious cnd this trying and distrcsaful wnrfnro. Mcantimo all praiso and honor to tho men whoao valiant nnd victorious courso has brought thom into thoir enomy's cnpital. Ahead of all Competitors. A Porfoct nnd Safo llomcdy for tho Curo of Coughs, ; Colds, Croup. A ciulck curc at nsmall prlcc. Giinrantecd to do as ndvcrtlscd or money rcfiindcd. Large Bottics 25 cents. DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Ud., Prop's Perry Davls' Paln-KMIcr. FOR SALE UY C. BLAKELY, MontpcHer, Vt. IX THE Flcrce Fightiiitr-" Ainti'tcnii Successcst Wkatiieh Prophet Darius AUen nropheBies a cool summer. "Tell tho folka thev won't sweat much unleea they work bard," aays Darlua. ThiB is ot's foresight is bottor than his liind- sigbt. Ho says this Iibb boen an oxcop- tlonally milu wintor. uorolu, lioaton, Dn. IlDiiL's Couqii Svnup ls a great med- loine ot lntrinsto wortti. ic remoyoa a ooueh or cold nulckly and oures Hevere throat and luntr affections in un aatonlsb lnely ahort llme. Soldbyall drugglstti for only 25 centH. Hemocrntlo Dlu nud Dlnuors. "Beffer is a dinner of herbs where love is than a stalled oz and hatrtd thtrewith." Solomon. Tho bltter controver8iea crcated in the Democratic rankB by Mr. Bryan's rofuaal to attond Mr. Crokor's dlunor dcraonstrate that among thoBO who call themBelves Domocrats tnoro la no unity of principlo, no couatatency nor coheslvo powor. Tno man trom JNODrasKa lanea 11 tor granled that he ia to be tho caudldato next year, nnd upon tho impoBBiblo bIx- teon-to-ono piatrorm, anu arroganuy uo- mandB that thoao who invlto hlra to dlue shall swoor fenlty to tho propos' torous nlalform condoranod by tho counlrv at tho laat oleclion. Croker's romarks aro qulet nnu uigtuueu onougn, but ho OBSumoB thoposltiou of louder of tho Bound monov DemocratB of the East. Now. tho Intelllcont demor.rncy of tho couutrv atill (lotoat Bryuu, with hia now bhisphemica and old liorcBica; nnd, on tho othor hnnd, tl ey rofuso to accopt Tammany na the cxpouout of Jofforsonian doctrino. "A plaguo o' both your dinnorBl" is their cry, Meanwhilo tho controversy has excitod wiuo uiscusaiou among lcauing tietno crats as to tbo meaauros at cosaary to envo tho disruptod pnrty from nnuihila ttott. Alr. J. otorling Motioii, lormor Bocretary of agricullure, suggoats a now organizution, with dumocratic princl plca but porhaps nnother namo. Mr. Wattoraou, of Loulavllle, advocates presorving tho namo and caatlng out tho dobrls of populiBm from the maas of democratic wrcckoue, but he sug- gestB tho introduction of n now olo ment qulto ns inlachievouB. Now York uoraiu. WAsniNQTON. Maroh 30. Tho Ilep rosonlativfcB nf tho Guban aaBombly now liero will try tonereuado tne ProBl dunt to incrooso to 83,000,000 the loan to pay off the Cuban troopa. Tbey wero dlned by ItoprcBontativo Sulzor of New York laBt night. Thoy havo not yot sougbt on mtorviow witn tne I'roBident Tho timo for Democrots to line up is whon peace has been wou audorder rc- Btored. There will thon bo reol issuea to diacuaa regarding tho futuro govern ment 01 tnese lBianus. At preBcni there ia nothing to diacuas but law and order. No ono haa propoaed a nubsti- tuto policy for that of the government except a handful of nnti-imporialiBtB, wno have notning ootier 10 oitor man "retreat." We do not care to climb into that particular "circus band wagon" not much. Now Havon IlogiBter. C8 IlEHOES havo beon nlontiful iu tho laat year, as in all tho military hlatory 01 Amonca, dui tney can uover uo bo many tbat wo can afford to overlook a singteone. One of tho latest and not loast bright names to go upon tho roll ls that 01 uoionoi uenry kj. igDort, "dead on tho fkld of honor." This waa tho fourth war in which he aorved hia country with diallnguiahed gallaut- ry. Honor to hiB memory, anu buccobs nnd victory lo the son who followa in bls footsteps. jn. X. xriDuno. Let Gou. Grout co tho Sonato for a torm nnd elcct Dillineham to tho IIouso ls n nolitical comnromlBO that is boing whispored to aomo oxtent; but bo far as learned ueithor tien. urout nor Gov. Dilliugham havo beeu consulted and the Bcore or loaa of cougrossionnl noaBlblllties have beon onliroiy ig norod. If this proeram, or n similar one, gooa through, thore will havo to bo a rovival of aelf-denying, brotherly lovo. uellows i'uiia Timcs. "Itcbtng bemorrboida, wero tbo plaguo of my life. waa atmost wuu. uoau'a uini ment oured me qulckly aud permanently after doctors had fulled." O. V. Coruwell Vnlley street,Saugertlea, N. V, Bhin and admiral havo flgured conspicu ously iu tho ovents juat roportod by tolegroph. Muliuun, mentloned ln tho doapatch is on tho extreme end of tho point whlch forma tho eaetern boundary 01 Ania hnrbor. There the king's houae aituated. and tbla point Mallotoa Tanu nnd his supportera were holding, Tho town propor is further west, along the ahore whero the consulnteB are lo- cated. The general underBtanding is that tho BrltUh and American agonts havo boon ncting ontirely within the terms of tho ncrcoment botweon tho throo powers, that Germany admits thie, dis avowB tho acts of her conaul and will recall that pcstiforous ofllcial, as sho dld tho troublo8omo nnd belllgeront Dicdrlcks from tho waters of tho Phll ippineB and thore will be no war or troubloBomo complicationa growlng out of this Samonn cpisodo. Tho moral of hor recent oxpenonces among the lalnnds of the Pnciflc would seem to be that the Fatherland should soloct wltb ereator caro tho mon she sonds to represont tant Btatlons whero aro meotlng in tbo barbnrous or somi-clvilized oxlstence to a condltion of orderly nnd clvillzed governmont. Fall of Slnlolos. Tho oxpectod haa hnpponed. Ma loloa haa fnllen. Nowa from the Island of Luzon has been iight for dav or two past. It wns known that the Amoricnn army was repalring th bridees tho FillplnoB had dcBtroyed i WAR IN SAMOA, Severnl Aiiierleau and British Marlnes Reported Killcd. Apia, Samoa, via Auckland, N. Z., March 29 Tho troubles growiug out of tho olection of a king of Samoa have takcu a more Borious turn and rc Bultcd in tbo bombardmcut of nativn villages along tho sbore by tho TJnited StotcB cruiser Philadelpbia, Admiral Kautz commanding, and tbo BritiBh cruiscrs PorpoiBO and Royallst. The bombardment has contiuued iutermit tentlyforoight days. Severnl villages have been burncd and there havo been a number of casuaitieB among tbo Amor ican and British aallora and marincs. As yet it is impoasiblo to cstimato tho number of natives killed or injured. As Mataafa and his chiefs, conslilut inc the nroviBional oovornment, con- tinued to defy the troaty after tho ar rival of the Philadelpbia, Admiral Kautz summoned the varioua conauls and thc senior naval ofllcers to a con feronco on board the Philadelpbia, whcn tho wholo situation waa carefully canvaseed. Tho upBhot was a resolu tion to dismias tho provisional govern ment, and Admiral Kautz iasued a proclamation calling upon Mataafa and hia chiefa to return to their homea. The German consul, Herr Itoae, is sued a nroclamation unholdine the provisional government. As 0 result of this tho Malaafans asaombled in large forco and hcmmed in tho town. The Americnns then loruueu mu- linu whero 2,000 Molietoans took ref uge. Tho robels tho adheronts of Mataafa barricaded tho roada within tho munlcipality and seized tho British houscs. Au ultimatum was then scnt to tbem ordoring them to ovacuate and threatening them, in the ovent of refusa . With a bombardment to coni- mence at one o'clock on tho afternoon of March 15. This was lgnored and tho rebels commonced an attack in tbe dlrcction of the TJnited States and Brit ish consulates about half an hour bo foro tho timo flxed for tho bombard ment. The Philadelpbia, Porpoiao and Iloval st oneuod nre unon tho distant villages. Thore was great difllRulty in locating tho enomy owing to tho denso foreat. but aoverol shore villages wero toon ln ilamee. A dofective sholl from the Phlladolphia oxploded near tho American consulato nnd the Americnn mnriues outsido narrowly oscaped. During the night the reoois mauo n hot attack on tho town killlng three British sailors. An Amorican aentry wob killed at his post. London, March 30. Tho Pall Mall Gazotto Bays: Tho Gorman conaul nt Apia ia gravoly roBponsiblo for the troublo on tno lBianu. ii uus cutoii nated in octual flghtlng nnd his actlons will probably be repuutateu oy tno uer man government. hor on those dis warrlng elemonts trnnsition from amiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiHiiiiiuiiiiH A LOVELY WOMAN is the falrest flower in the garden of humanlty. Every woman may be lovely after her own style, with sparkllng eyes and roy cheeks, and with every line of beauty fully developed. Pabst Malt Extract.The " Best" Tonlc, will brlng out her beauty, flll ln the hollows, cover up the bones and nngles, round out thc curves, and develop all her lines of beauty. It is a flesh and tissue bullder that will make any womnn plump and round and rosy, as she was meant to be. Try It yourself and your mlrror will show you a pleasant surprise. SS At all tlrug itorci. s niiiii!iHiHiinniiiUHiuniiiuiHinHUin Manila, Mch. 29. McArthur'a ad vanco yeaio ddy Wus oaiy to tho out skirtaof Marilao. It tool; uut'tl Inte in tho afternoon to tcpatr roada and bridgcs. Cars wore tlion sent through with BUpplics. Cointnchccd the m irch thia moruing. Will march rapidly to Bigu, Btvtu Luit: 3 from -Malolos. The onetuy debtroed tho railway and ul cgraph lines. A ooustruc'ioti lrai: is followlng our futcts. Todav' ruaiat huee w-b rot sj s'.rut g. Our 1 88 Blight. All tho towns iu front of our advance wore d(.atroed by flre. The troops are ln gord aiiirit4; BUppliea of u 1 klnda ure tulllcient for immedlote wanta. Manila, Mch. 29. McArthur'a div lBion made a two miles tuurch thia moruing wilhout encountering the encmy. Scorea of doud insurgents were found ulotig the roadway'with throata cut, probubly killed becauao they refused to flght longer. Aguin aldo and family are preparing to fl.ee from Malolo?. American marincs nre now patroliiug MaLbon. Manila, March 30. To the Pub liahers' Prea-': Guiuinto, three and ono half miles from Mulolos waa occu pied late yosterday afternoon by Gcn. McArthur'a troops after a flfteen min utes' flght. Publishora' Preaa cablegram. Ma nila, Mahcu 31. MaloloB waa cap tured with but a alight loaa of Ameri cana. Tho town was occupled ot 9:30 tbla moruing by MacArthur and his troops. They fouud tho main forco of tho iuaurgcnts und inbnbitants had deaerted tbe capilal two daya beforo for Calumpit, a amall town two miles beyond Maiolos, where the onemy will ho pursucd. Tho Filipiuos left a small snuad of volunteers bchind, who hred : ! 1 V... ! 1 .1 1 .. .... flnn!nn nn.lt. tnO priUCipUi uuuuiujjo, uv;,iu uunu as Lieut. O. n. Hall, with company E of tho Twentleth Ivansaa, entorea the town from the east. A few Bhota were flred on both aides without material damago to eithor. Tho auvance on Maiolos began at eight o'clock this morniug from banta Isabel where a halt of an hour wae made to give the batterieB of Utah und the Sixth anil lury a little practice with the Colt auto- ffitttic cunB, as tney wero uuuuiuuiiug hot work iu driviug the Filipinoa from the strong treuches. Tho Nebraska and South Dakota volunteers were the only troops that really had to ught. Tho strong entrenchmenls at the south of MuIoIob were deaerted wilhout a sba boing flred. 1'1-igs ana guarus wero piueeu av Ayuiualdo's former headquartors at Mulolos and tho resideuceB of tho Fili piuos' cabinct oulcera. Stringent meas ures wero taken to preveut looting by the camp followers as tho rebels in thoir hasty flight, left much valuable property. The country beyond Malo loa through which theFillpiuoa are now retreatlug is exceedlngly rough and ero88es many small rivcra. Th j Ameri can purauit will of neccsaity be tlow. Mjlolos has a populutiou of 15,000. It iB surrounded by n swampy country, principaily bamboo juugles and rice flelds lull of malarial geruis. The brunt of the battle was on tho richt of the track whero the enemy was appareutly conccntruted. Iho First Nebraska, First South Dakota and Tenth Pennsylvauin regiments en countered them entrenched ou the bor der of tho wooda; and the Americans, ndvancing acroas tho open, Buffered a terriflc flre for half an hour. Four men of tho Nebraska reciment wore killed and thirty wero wounded and ono of the PenuByivonianB was Kiueu. xao Americans flnally drovo the Filipinoa back. AUhouch thero were three hnea 01 strong ontrenchments along the track, tho enemy made scarcoly any defence thore. uon. MacArtuur anu nio bibu were walking on tho track nbreast of tho lino with evorythlng quiet, whon suddenly they receivcd a ehowor of bul leta from sharpahootorB in trees and on houso tope.but theBe wero speedtly dis lodged. The cuemy's Iobs was appsr ly small, the jungio affording them such protection that tho Americans wero unablo to eee them and in flring woro guided only by tbo aound ot the Filipinoa' shots. Tho Auierican artil lory was handicapped for tho aamo rea aon. Wasuinoton, March 31. The fol lowing dispatch from Gen. Otis at Ma nila was recelved at tho wordepart meut thia moruing. "Manila, March 31. Tho troopa aro rosting nt MaloloB. A conaldorablo portiou of tho city waa dnstroved bv flro. Our casuaitieB are one killed, tlf tcen wounded. Gou. Hall has roturned with hia troops to hls for mer poeitlon north of Manila." Manila, March 31. Gen. Hall'B brigade advauced to-day Beveral mllea from tho water works along San Matto valloy. Ho had several battles wi U tho enemy and in ench caso tho encmy was routed, with conslderablo loss. Our losa, one killed aud nlnetcon wero wounded. Gen. McArthur'a dlvision ls rosting to-day. IIo will begin the pursull of tho InBurgents at daybrcnk to-morrow.