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I^ABseumnrfeuae 9kesthefood loving cdp ^Presents Dewey With [Icsjiiiit Emblem of Esteem. Lpntation Made at I Hail by Mayor Van Wyck. irflth the Which Mhmed tad a Continuous Ovation. |(!K. Oct. 2—The second |w Y'* city's official welcome Lj pewey" opened cool and ^rt- was hardly a cloud in the be nuiperatnrs ia#t low Ljtefi' the crowds oc the move lb Manv peopla were out at cure desirable points from vir.v the parade, but lower was well filled with those anxious to have a look at ,1,18 w*y to the city hall, itoty were to Ma the great lnot. cerpai' njr WM tba ptesenta be city hall of gold loving niir.iral by Mayo# VanWyck, [of tii ity of New York. tbr nUt n# tUl K Ruwvelt, accompanied by [jutanT funeral, Avery D. An opi-rlv. and Seth Low, ware le first to arrive at the city hall bsfi tati .n ceremony. They [a few minutes after 8 o'clock, luih'T.'ii mto the mayor'#of mayor had not yet arrived, b: in an appearance a few min DKV, LY CUT. Jr. Then came Admiral Philip. iTrea hvt ll. Captain Asa Walker Irles H. Knox. A few minutes Ai'minil Schley came in in \\\m received by General fCarr .il, In a short time the ico was tilled up with mili 1 nav,tl (.Hirers in full dress uni Minimi S-hley was the center and ho was kept busy (baiuls with tlioee who were in to him. Captain Coghlan, P'eftliM italoigh, came in and tM with "Hoch der Kaiser." Pjingly responded and shook pi around. ^1 1 ck when the tread of Jr was heard and the people ba or fliee looked out to see I flowed by the carriages 'admiral and the committee '"i after the mayor," shouted I'"wnes, and Mayor Van It is secretary hastened to the in fi'i n of the building, where station was to take place. Wor had just reached the plat 'lf(l A-luiiral Dewey came up ii'f a.lmiral walked over to the r^n,l with a hearty "Good morn* him warmly by he hand. '^tinberton, Lieu Brumby, l"1"''')' M. Depew, Levi Mor u'llard Croker followed, and tlin other officers of the JL anl the remaining members remittee. **r' K«r Dowoy u« Mlty, lil111!1®the military and naval .,. ttlH mayor's oflice, n nti»ns kl [cWd and RI,1'1 t,l®y of &AKIN6 more delicious and wholesome nor Roosevelt and other prominent per sons who arrrived a minute late. Rear Admiral Schley climbed over the gate and be was followed by other naval officers, but Governor Roosevelt remained behind. One of his staff rushed up to Captain Copt-land of the police squad, and whispered "the gov ernor feels slighted." The gate was Opened again and Colonel Roosevelt took his place within the enclosure. Admiral Dewey evinced a desire to shake hands with all the naval officers and introduced them to the mayor. He almost hugged Rear Admiral Schley, and he patted Captain Coghlan on tht back. As' Dewey greeted Schley, tht crowd sent up cheer after cheer fot "Dewey and Schley." As soon as tli« greetings were over, the mayor begai, his speech presenting the city's loving cup. Admiral Dowvy'a Haply. When the mayor had concluded Ad Batral Dewey began to reply by saying "It would be quite imitossible for me Mr. Mayor, to express in words At this point he was interrupted witt cheers and he began again: "It would be quite iindoesible to ex press in words how deeply 1 am moved by this—all theae honors, one after the other—that beautiful cup, the freedom of the city, this great, magnificent re ception. I cannot say what 1 want Tho MM ths realised that Dewey mada rash for the There was danger of its ,,(,vercruwded *nd Captain the city hall the gates, shutting out u^!llejr^ c*PUin Coghlan, uey, Captain Coghlan, Other naval an« rtlkor, Captain Dyer, Gover- fewed, ro, but speaking for myself, and the gnl lant squadron 1 had the honor to com mand at Manila, I thauk you from the bottom df my heart." After the formal ceremonies Admiral Dewey went about shaking hands with his friends. "Come here, ell you captains," be caid addressing the naval captains pres ent. Then he introduced each to the audience present. "Captain Lambert on of theOlyinpia.' he cried, "Captain Wilder of the Bos ton, Captain Coghlan of the Raleigh, Captain Dyer of the Baltimore. Captain Wood of the Petrel, Captain Walker of the Concord." Whe Dkt Mb When the captains had all assembled he waved his hand towards them and •aid: These are the men who did it. These are the men who should be thanked. Without them 1 could do nothing." The loving cup presented to the ad miral is Roman in form, and is made of 13-karat gold. The handles are formed of three dolphins, wrought in green gold. Around the neck are 43 stars, emblematic of the Union. T-»e body of the cup is divided by the han dies in three panels, which are em ployed for the principal decorations. Major General Miles arrived just as the party left the platform for the car riages. Rear Admiral Sampson was not on the etand at the city hall. He did not arrive in time. The start from the city hall was made promptly on time and the trip np the Hudson on board the Sandy Hook was without a hitch. The admiral. Mayor Van Wvck and Senator-elect Chauncey M. Depew, par took of breakfast together in the main salon of the Saudy Hook. The voyage up the river was one of continuous ovation, every style of craft with a whistle or other noise-making power availing itself of the opportunity to salute the admiral. The head of the parade started from Grant's tomb at 11:13 a. m. At the given Bignal the head of the platoon advanced, clearing away the crowd that overflowed into the street. Some little distance behind on a bay horse, rode Major General Charles F. Roe. N. G. N. Y., followed by his staff. Then came Souaa's band, playiug a spirited air, and behind it was a battalion of sailors from the Olyropia. Then followed the carriage contain ing Admiral Dewey, by whose side was seated the mayor of tho city. In re sponse to the cheers of tho thousands of spectators, the admiral bowed right and left and appsared greatly pleased at the warmth of his reception. Following were three carriages con taining Admiral Dawey's captains, then two carriages abreast containing the neraonal staff of the admiral Rear Ad mind H. T. Howison and President Randolph Guggenheimer, of the mu nicipal council followed in a and after them came Rear Admiral Howisan's officers. Then came the carriage contained Bmt Admiral William T. Sampeonand President Woods of the board of alder men, followed by eight taining commanding officers of Admiral Bampeon's fleet and the admiral's staff MTU Md »nnr o1 w»d then came arm? nnd =__===— i^ri'flAtVIAn I OOK n^rci the customer. These shoes are made esp vv •«,*- -vane* ft battalions, rnuitia, etc., aiid last, the quasi-military associations. Admiral Dewey arrived at the re viewing stand at Madison Square at 1:45 o'clock. The enthusiasm and cheers that greeted his appearance were tremendous. Several times the crowds nearly broke through the police lines in their wild endeavor to get near the admiral. The police had expected the rush and succeeded in blocking it. The plaudits were not all for Admiral Dewey, however. Each of his captains came in for a large share, Captain Coghlan leading. His favorite greeting was "Hoch der Kaiser" and a laugh went with the cheer. Admiral Schley was also a much ap plauded man throughout the line ot march. Admiral Dewey dined with relatives ashore aud in the evening attended the smoker of the sailors at the Waldorf Astoria. VERY UGLY STORY. Sail or on tho Wreckod Bootamaa Bob tho Tlatlma of tho Volaoblo* Savod. MONTREAL. Que., Oct. 2. Two hundred and fifty 6cautily-clad, bag gage-beref men, women and children were on board an Intercolonial special tvhich steamed into the depot here dnr ing the eveving. They comprised the greater number of those who sailed from Liverpool Sept. 14 on board the Scotsman, bound for Montreal, which was wrecked in the Straits of Belle Isle at 2:80 on the morning of the 21st. It was not only a tale of shipwreck they had to tell. Vat one of death, of suffer ing and pillage. For 15 at least of the Scotsman's passengers perished, all suf fered cruelly from cold and privation and, the worst horror of all, the men who were supposed to protect those committed to their care, the crew, turned on the passengers and with drawn revolvers compelled them to Giro t'p tho Yaluobloa It will be noticed that all those wh perished wore women. This wiU be accounted for by the fact that they Occupants tf tho Hwl BoaS which left the steamer after sha struck and which was swamped before it could get clear of the ship. The vessel struck during a dense fog and an examination of the ship told the captain that it must be abandoned at once. A port lifeboat was lowered and in this many of the women and children were placed. Hardly was it clear of the ship when it capsised, throwing lte occupants into the water. Those who perished were in this boat. Meanwhile disgraceful scenes were being enacted. Hardly had the vessel struck before men from the stokehold rushed into the cabius, aud. slitting open *»g® and va lises with their knives, took all the va uables they could lay their bauds on. When daylight came it was seen that the vessel lay close to shore and the oasseugers were all landed after a hard dav'a work. Here they stayed on the rocks for four days and nights, with practically no shelter and very little tc eat. N N N N N Sovod. Captain Skrimshire and his officer* were exceptions. For the honor of the British merchant marine the crime may not be ascribed to the men eu gaged in it, but to a gang of wharf rats and hangers on picked up on the docks I at Liverpool to replace the usual crew of the Scotsman, who joined the sea men's strike ou the other side. The list of those who perished is as follows: Miss Street, Montreal Mrs. Childs. wife of the stage manager of the "Sign of the Cross" company Mrs. Roberts and infant Mrs. Scott: Mrs. Robinson. Toronto: Mrs. Dickinson, Toronto Mrs. Wilson Mrs. Talbot. Mrs. Tuthin, Mrs. Skelton, Mrs. Eliza Watkins, Miss B. Weavers. xr« Remember MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2,1899. PRICE FIVE CE5TS I "The Greatest of all Fuel Savers. HOT BLAST HEATERS v HAS BECOME EPIDEMIC. Groat rails. Mop., HM a Sorlooo Oat break of Smallpos. ST. PAUL. Oct. 5.-A Butte (Mon.) special says: Several new cases of Biuallpox are reported at Great Falls and 28 patients are now in the pest house, which is crowded. The people of Great Fal'.s are greatly alarmed. The rapid spread of the disease is due to the fact that for a long time the physicians were in doubt or ignorance as to the nature of the disease, and called it chickenpox. The truth was not discov ered until after several persons had died and hundreds had been exposed. Among the victims at the pcstliouse is Rev. Henry Van Engelen of the Bap tist church. About two weeks ago J. S. Keeder, a member of Van Engelen's church died of what the doctors termed diabetes, but which new turns N N, cut was smallpox. Rev. Van Engelen visited Reeder frequently during his illness and preached the funeral sermon at ^a public burial. On Sur.day. Sept. 17. fcllowiug the funeral, Mr. Van Engelen preached at the cliurcli as usual and on Monday he was taken ill. He remaiued at his home throughout the week. Hi chilren ran in and out of the house and played with the children of the neigh Lorhood. Ou Sunday the disease was pronounced smallpox and the patient was taken to the pestliouse. TO SUMMON PARLIAMENT. Urltlsh Legislator* E*p*«tod to Aieeo* hlo In About Tliroo Wonka. LONDON, Oct. a.—The Press associa tion says: Parliament, which will be summoned by royal proclamation, is expected tc reassemble in about three weeks. The government desires a clear expression of approval by the legislature of the policy now being pursued in South Af rica as well as the necessary financial legislation. The premier and most of the cabinet ministers returned home after th« Hrvnht von v& •««*', ,»Cr «4. AfPl tlie largest and most complete line of Men's 'entiemen, ^jKas&"s rf]iVeid&d******^thislaathrtoofoamekindseverallofthatandShoesstylesFine A are ma(fe V Ceokr. McDonald Bros. 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