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TUK MOIININQ ASWRlAN, THCSlM., vCTOHKR 17, ttVJ.
World-Fa mrnis Frenchman Recoups
the Horrois of His Imprhnnnu-nr.
HIS OPINION OF HIS FOES
Considers Merrier an Immoral Man
Who is Mentally Unconscious of
the Evil He Has Dune.
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On the Journey of Captain Alfred
Dreyfus, after he was released from I
prison upon his pardon from "ennea
to Avignon to Join his family he waa
accompanied by a correapondent of j ' " a
the Pblladelphla Times. . The corres-
pondent was a personal frend of Ma-! "Yes." said Dreyfvs. "I was short
thieu Dreyfus, the martyred captain's nl crusty (caasantl with my super
brother, and It was through Mathleu tors. I kept company with no one. On
-that the meeting waa arranged. Ma-, entering the general staff I paid no
thieu guarded his brother closely, and visits to any one. but merely sent vis
it first would not consent to an inter-! ing cards by my orderly. He took
view. .rter some persuasion, however, cards to the chief aiid the deputy cluVf
he agreed and The Times correspond- of aeneral atari and the chief and
ent entered the private careoach in j dputy chief of my section,
which the exile was to travel and was- "I took the liberty of saying what I
presented. I thought, and waa -at independent be-
He was cordially greeted, though, havior each time I was la relation with
somewhat sadly, and was surprised to
find the captain very different from the,
man be pictured him. He had expect-j
ed to find an extremely unsympathetic ,
person with furtive eyea and a proud (
and disagreeable air from all that he;
had heard; to find a harsh, mistrustful. j
proud and scornful man. But Instead :
of this he found a man with regular,!
delicate features, and a calm, gentle ex-
presion- the pink complexion would
have given mm a youag appearance
It not for bis extreme baldness and the
rat hair nl both sides of the head.
. ..Ulkl.. u..lr.nl 1.11. !
" "au """"J '""j
all the blood in his body went to the:
head, the test refuge of hla prodigious;
vitality: the neck was lean, the hands
long and bony, the knees showing like (
great railheads; the cheat was hollow. (
the whole body seemed that of a beaten
man; out me urm ...uuiu. re ... rasca, He money, that was
strong chin, the determined eye, ' M ..
showed that he waa not vanqnished; It; '
was an eye of a charming shade of blue ls committed without a
Captain Dreyfus looked straight at What ( motive could I have
, . , . . .,. had? I never touched a card. They
. his Interlocutor from behind his, . . . . . t J
glMet. Was that the monster ofhypo- "w 1 waf "hed' Ut , T
ctiPy-th.- wretch who elaborated trea- "f with hard work and I had he
aon-that he bad been represented to nlntn P'ace on leaving the higher mill
'. I tar school. To pass good examinations
haf Never! I
" ,, . .. . D ... one must work like a slave; this is
Tlw train pulled out of Rennea and ... . . .
t . , . Incompatible with debauchery. Gen-
the publicity that waa feared waa sue- , , , . . , . .
oeJully avoided aa It sped towards, Mercler said themoUve should be
Bordeau. M. Mathieu Dreyfus kept sphere of psychology,
lookln. at his brother, and asking him: Rn ,n the,
"Are you all right? Are you cold?" Juridical aphere. W hat did that mean?
.... . . J The motive should ha been shown.
fti), 1 am wamujr tuui, s uhuki,
knitted vests, a waistcoat. Jacket and
topcoat. I feel very well, very well;
and then you forget that I am free. I
fell y ou what, it la splendid to find one-s-slf
free; not to feel that spying fellows
are continually about you, who watch
every movement of your body; that
perpetual watch upon one Is hateful, '
unendurable. One can stand being shut
tip; that is wearisome and becomes
very painful: but the sense that an eye
is always and unceasingly fixed on one
is the most horrible feeling I can think
of; and when one has to bear it for
five years!" '
"Don't tire yourself," said Mathl?u, !
in a fatherly way; "you must be very
"Let me be tired," cried the captain;
"I must talk; Just think that I have
not talked for five years. I feel so well,
from belny fiee, that I like to talk. Ij
am tired, and I feel no pain. Perhaps tinia severity grew rigorous, but that
the excitement has set me up, though now I know coincided with the decla
tomorrow I may be the worse for it; ration of war ministers. Each time a
but today I just w-ant to do aa I like. .
A feetle smile played over the face,
It was net the smile of gayety Kir ,
frnni it but the smile of relaxed ,
nerves after long .tension, and of a
mouiri that had remained so long firm-,
ly set. Laughter there waa none. How ;
can Captain Dreyfus ever laugh? His
life, suddenly swamped In a torrent cf(
adversity and a chaos of catastrophes
ana misioi luneu, iuubi cyci miiouu-
ed with the black veil of melancholy. '
The mention of General Mercier s
name overclouded Captain Dreyfus'
fact with sadness. The Times cones-
pondent had asked him General Mer- treatment?''
cler's deposition had Impressed him. j "But what excuse had the Jailors?"
"He is a wicked, dishonest man." was "No excuse. Besides, I did not ask
the reply, given In a short manner, them. I would not be under a compli
ant I think him unconscious of thej ment to the fellows. As I did not ac-df-pth
of the evil he has done; he Is too ( oept any condemnation, whether of
Intelligent to be unconscious, but his transportation for life, or of the lock
consi iousness Is purely mental; he is up for a single day, I did not want to
morally unconscious. Mercier is 'un- discuss with them about any penalty
moial.'" they inflicted; to do eo would have
They spoke of Scheurer-Kestner. been to admit they had a right that I
Dreyfus spoke of. the infinite sadness was determined not to recognize,
that event threw on his release. It- "But when they put me In Irons I
was so painful to think he could never asked the reason why. They answered,
tell him of his gratitude, for it was to 'For your greater nafety.' This was on
him that he owed his liberty. After a the day following the one on which
fit of sller.oe he added: "What fine'Denlel got un the sham attemnt r
characters thla affair has brought out.'
Aske.1 whether he had written many
letters since his return to France, the
"Not one. I had not the time.
I shall now have leisure to puy my
debts Just fancy; I received more
than 5,000 at Itennes, without reckon-
ing all that my wife received. Some
were from the humblest, some from the
grandest people. They did me a great
deal of good. Officers In active service
wrote to me and even signed their M-
ters. A former camrade wrote: 'Hap
py you aw back. Happy If th thought (
of your future rehabilitation.' Hla few
words consoled me for to many dwor-,
Hons and for tle unexiected hoatllUy.
of many comrades, I
'How I uffied whon they came of;
their own f.-o wilt to s.i things that
had no relation to the case, but which,
they thought would Injure me. Mark
that I do not think that they wore ac-,
utod by 111-will toward me. No.
they only wanted to please their chiefs. f
There are tome people who have curl-
ous notions of duty; Instead of under-,
standing by dlsclplln, obedience in the,
fl.ld of battle, or In the barrack, they
exterd It to the abasement of reason
and moral liberty. I was never aWo,
to submit to dlsclplln thua understood,
and had t not been In the army, i'
could not have believed It existed." I
This brought the conversation to the
anlmlty .f which the captain was the ;
object In the bureau of the general
staff. He was asked what reason there
was for It. The causee, he aald, werei
complex: flrst of aJl, they thought him
. -... lm.M tha. llMl
. ...... .... J
my superiors. If a plan or paper they!
had adopted did not seem to me what I
they thought. I gave my opinion out-)
right I know" they do not like such,'
"Colonel Bertni said a deep-m.-a:itnR
thlng al the R(.nne9 tr1al In speaking
of ,hdl hfr pan; .Thty folt hti
wag an offlcer wno m not martf, be-;
nlnd ms chpfs. Thig woul(1 all rKht ;
(ln v.ar or u manoeuvering. but wh.n
honor ftnd duty are In play, should one
rrareh behind any one? Has one not a
-And Esterhaiy. what do you think'
Dreyfug gl(wl. ddbMmtely j.
.g Just g .wlmJUr adventurer. j
wno naB ,windltMl hia TOUntry M n '
,w.indeJ h,g eamln trad sJ
but thlnklng nlmaelf J
Were I a Judge I should, in the name
of good sense insist on that.
"It s like that "theory of the court
martial; extenuating circumstances.
Treason against one's country is the
greatest crime that a human being can
: commit. One can in a degTee excuse
n rnhher nr n. m 1 1 nlfirvr rhv nnlv In-
Jur(? one g pen)jni bM lrfm &
a multltU(le ot There
are po extenua:lng clrcumatances. To
say there ape monMnu1..
"How did the verdict affect you?"
The voice suddenly fell, and h said:
"At first I felt the deepest pain, then
I was stuplfied, then there was a soft,
swe?t consoling feeling on learning that
two officers had had the courage to de
clare me innocent."
"Did you ever hear at Devil's Island
what was being done for you In
'Not a single word. From time to
war minister declared In We Tribune
that I was legally and Justly Judged
the gaolers grew more harsh. They
first cut off my private supply of food,
took away my books, or stopped my
work or my walk, or shut out the view
of the sea, and lastly clapped on the
M. Mathieu Dreyfus looked at his
brother quite upset: "Was it not fright-
iui: i,e exciaimeu. Happily we
knew nothing of It here, otherwise we
should have been afraid to move. What
could we have done had we learned
thit we rendered him liable to hareher
carry me oft.
"I shall never forget that evening.
I was in bed when I heard shots and
a noise about me. I Bat up In bed.
'What's the matter?' I cried. No an-
gwer; my warder kept silent. I did not
8tlr, thanks to an intutlon. It was
well I did not. Had I moved from
where I was, I should have been shot at
"And you thought Boisdeffre was
working for you?"
"Yes, but I was mistaken."
"Will you return to the army if you
legally recover the right to do ao?"
"No, the day of my rehabilitation I
"In which do you believe In an error
or a plot?"
"Up to the time of the Brat court-mar.
tlal most of the officers really believed
me guilty, but the court-martial did
not. They saw that the prosecution
was on the wrong track, or, at any rate,
had shown great levity. They then ac
cumulated machinaiUiiiM against me.
"Tha proof of this was given by
Captain I'reyataotter. They furnished
b-jhlnd my back documents they knew
t be false to Insure my conviction.
hen I heard Captain Frvystaotter at
Itennes speak in hli calm voice of the
ranUiauli telegram my whole body
quivered. It puiilo me how they could
have acted us they did."
As Captain Dreyfus said this lust
sentence he opened hla eyea w ide, star
ing, as If affrighted, and little by little
ivdvauoed as if to communicate the hor
ror that had tvUed him.
"You spoke in dlffereut Utter of your
fear of going out of your mind. Hew
did you manage not to do so In livi
and UT?" " - - "
"I resolved to live," answered the
captain, "I put away the portraits of
my wife and children that stood on my
table, Tha sight of them pained and
weakened me. I determined to look no
more at them, aa I wanted them to ap
pear to my mind only as symbols, with
out their human figure, which unnerved
m too much. ,
"It was the sain at Heunea, where I
stood ic need of all my strvngth.
Whilst there I did nut read over my
Journal at Devil's Island, so as not to
let myself be unmanned; and tlten what
tried me moat waa passive resistance.
To fight against difficulties as my
brother was fighting was ortalnly fa
tiguing, but at any rate he was able
to bustle about and act; but passive re
sistance is wearing and depressing; it
needs an effort every moment; o:ie musi
never for an instant give In. It was
that and the want of fresh ulr that
used me up.
"What will you do now. captain? Go
and live alone with wife and chil
dren?" "The children muat henceforth be my
greatest Joy In life; the eldest, I be
lieve, remembers me, the youngest can
not. I refused to see them at Itiuines
so as not to leave In their minds the
sad Image of the prison, for one should
never sadden a child's imagination. I
hall Joyfully see them and form their
minds. These paat ewnts would nut
let me go on, but I now hope to make
up for lust time."
The fact that Dreyfus had left Ren
nes and gone by rail to Nantes was
telegraphed to a Bordeaux paper. The
people there guessed tha he was com
ing on to Bordeaux, and a crowd gath
ered at the station to watch for him.
The Journey from Bordeaux to Avignon
was without incident; a carriage and
pair awaited him there, and drove him
The man who breakt
in the wild, vicioui
bronchi on tin- west
ern plains must have
superb physical en
durance, nerves o,
and nersistency. The
city or town bred man who hat all his life
humrx-d his back over a desk, living an
unhta'.tby, sedentarv li fc and tailed to take
any care of bis health, could not str.y on
the back of one of these vicious brutes for
more than three jumps.
It takes a whole man to conquer a vicions
animal. People miy talk about intellectual
superiority and refinement and good breed
ing, but every man takes off bis hat to
physical strength and endurance. While
the man who leads a sedentary life cannot
hope, in this resprct, to rival these sturdy
men of the plains, they can be sound, vig
orous, healthy men if they will. It is a
matter of care of health while one has it,
am! the proner measures to restore it when
it is lot Most diseases begin with some
trouble of the dig'.stive orgaus or of the
liver. Troubles of this nature starve the
body, because they prevent it from receiv
ing its proper so pply of nourishment. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery gives a
man an appetite like a cow-boy's and the
digestion of an ostrich. Its great work is
upon the stomach, large intestines and liver.
These are the organs taat nourish a man's
body. This medicine makes them strong,
vigorous and healthy.' It fills the blood
with the nourishment that bnilds new,
solid and healthy flesh, muscle and nerves.
" I stn sow enjoying munificent health, after
hiving suffered for yer with chronic catarTh."
writes lumon Sanchei, Hq., of Pcniaoo. Tsos
Co,, New Mexico. " Bv the use of your ' Golden
Medical Uiscovery ' I h'.ive recovered my health,
and am now. physically sound men, attending
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The talent of success Is nothing more
than doing what you can do well with
out a thought of fame.
CRY FOR CUTICURA.
Instant-relief and sleep, In a hot bath with
Ct'Ticcaa 8oaf and asiuele anointlne with
Ci'TIOTjRA Ointment. A blessing to skin tor
tured ioiantt and worn-out worried pareuu).
Sold mrrn. SoTT. i Oi rni irr. P.,ttm
D!7ib C. Coar, Prop, flwloo. 4 t-Mo Hook '!.
by road to Carpentro. a drlvo of 17
There he met Madajue Dreyfus and
his chlljrvn. The correspondent left
him alone there to the Joyous reunion.
NEW BUSINESS LOCALS
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Holmes' English and Business Col
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Is prepared to accommodate a largt
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the classes are well crowded, a fact
that Indicates the excellent character of
Why Is Watson's restaurant in Port
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The Pornln method of shorthand la
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A tailoring establishment of some
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past six months. This statement la de
nied by the firm of Povey A Blrcha.l, at
SV Washington street, near the Im
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osm year ago I was laoraltvtid with ssttion
by a Borw who lnfet4 ay bake with blood
aim id uiue aa wis
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sad lu Uf wm ytiliUd
as to tha taairal polaoo.
For six long raa.nl I (al
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foot, and no lanzuace
aan express my frWloKi
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years I bad the bsai
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This Is beyond ouestlon the
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VUirinii the present yvar thu tus.ck
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For many year science ha studied
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lie not limply good but be good for
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Temperance was a virtue.
"I wish to express my thanks to the
m.uiufnrturers of Chamberlain's Colic,
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hnilne put on the market such a won
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Labor Is the girdle of manliness.
"If you cour the world you will
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We obey no Wand but pleasure's.
The "Plow Boy Preacher," Rev. J.
Klrkman, Belle Rive, 111., says, "After
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gist Te err Is human, to forgive divine.
On the 10th of December. 1897. Rev.
S. A. Donahoe, pastor of M. B. Church,
South, Pt, Pleasant, W. Va.. contracted
a severe cold, which was attended from
the beginning by violent coughing, He
says: "After resorting to a number of
so-called 'specincs,' usually kept In the
house, tn no purpose, I purchased a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
which acted like a charm. I moat
cheerfully recommend It to the public."
For pale by Chas. Rogers.
During the winter of 1897 Mr. Jamea
Reed, one of the leading cltUens and
merchants of Clay, Clay Co., W. V.,
struck his leg against a cake of lo
in sueh a manner as to bruise It se
verely. It became very much swollen
and pained him so badly that he could
not wa'k without the aid of crutchea
He was treated by physicians, also
used several kinds of liniment and twn
and a half gallons of whisky In bath
ing It, but nothing gave any relief
until he began using Chamborlaln's
Pain Balm. This brought almost a
conj Icte cure In a week's time and he
believes that had he not used this rem-
edy hi leg would hava hJ to ho am
putalud. I'aln Holm I unequalled for
sprain, nitiisea and rheumatism. Fur
us lo ti t'liaa, linger.
This ran conquer who think they
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Fresh iracked crab at th National
Swt eream ta any amount at th
Rurbank potatoes, 11 a sack, at Pat's
Jeff t "th only"
Astorl to Portland only M cents
via O. It, A N.
II. MM made ohooolat, to cent a
pound, at Ci PaiU'r.
Ilrat lt-ent moat, Rlalng Sun rsotau.
rant, II Commervlal trL
W guarantee our to eream to b
mad of pur cream, Th Parlor.
Cold lunch, pickled pigs feet oyster,
heep toiigun, lc., at th National
Our le cream is warrant) to b mad
ut pur eraatn. The Parlor, nat lo John
Heat CalaVmla wta JO ornt pr gat
n. Ales Ollbert, aul sfMi (or Aa-
torta. Talephotv, U
Do you know Bnodgrsas makes
Stamp Photos? Call and see thru they
ar all th go.
Orm Pur JVr. AiMTIns's fin
whiskey. Th only pur good, guaran.
teed rich and mellow. John L. Carlson
For rent Furnished rooms with
first-class tab) board. Apply lira. B.
C. Holden'a corner Ninth and Duan
Roquet D Cuba and Key West Oems
ar th Bneat fiv cent cigars that evsr
cam to thl market Henry Ro. op-
leg Inner and advanced pupils can
hav thorough Instructions on th vio
lin and piano by applying to 3. It Am
me. a gradual of Dresden and Lerp-
ng conservatory. oti Tlgh.
Kelley tranafer wagons deliver bos
v,ooa to any part of th city on short
notice. All orders left at Zapfa fur
niture store, rao Commercial afreet
win receive prompt attention. Tela,
Qo to th Columbia Electric A Re
pair Company for all kind of new
and repair work, from a cambric
t.eedlo to a bicycle, boiler or engine
Quick work and satisfaction guaran
leed. Logging machinery of all klnda
a ipeclalty. Shop opposite Ross, Illg
gin at Co.
The concert hall opened by Charlie
Wise at No. lit Astor street, U th on
nnd only popular resort of its kind in
thgt viol nit y. Mr. Wte Is doing some
thing new among concert hall. B is
not only selling a class of pur liquors,
but Is giving his place a management
which Insures gentlemanly attention
and treatment to his patrons. The
good music and the crowd will b
found at Charlie Wise's place.
Astorfa Pofclic Library
READING ROOM FRED TO ALL,
Opm vary i.r from J eeiock to 1:11
aaa i:j to f :s p. sa.
tubacrtpttoa rata n pr annum.
Wt Cor. Blvath asd Duaaa Itmu
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. a A.
M. Regular communications held on
th Brat and third Tuesday vnlng of
each month. J. N. GRIFFIN, W.
V.; E. C. HOLD BIN, Secretary.
of th pudding la hi the eating
and the proof of liquor
IS IN SAMPLING
That' an argument that's con
olualve a demonstration.
Ours will stand the teat.
HUGHES & CO.
IODIDE OP IRON
f.W A N l Ml A ,PI MIWNIl.VS nl 1 1 h (K)), 1
ionsi minimal, vt iiAaNiias
Nour fniiliiiinlrinrl "IttaNCalli"
b R. POIXIIIM A a CO.. N. V, Aits, hr U. ft.
A good naiit I rather to lw chosen
than it rioliee, and a loving fath-r
inllier than sllwr or gold.
Digests what you eat. 1
It artificially dlKi-sts t lit? food inf alS
Hut urn in ntrnigiliMiinir nnd reootv
itructlntithe eihatisM dlgeatlve or
ftua.i Hlsihelsiest (UsooTrddlfeet
ant and tonic No ni her preparsUor
can i.tinroach It hi miulmic. It lo
aUnlly mile vea and M)rmanentl curat
l)THi.psla, loilirfeslltio. Heartburn,
Klsttilcnce, 8iui ritnnisrh, Nsusea.
Slok Head :uilie,liaMrll, Cram p,nd
ill other resulisor Inttx-rfertdlkTStloD.
Prpard by t. C. 0W"t Co . Ch'cago.
Tor 8, by CHARLES ROOBM
Reslor Vitality Lsl Vlror ins Miohood.
Curr Iiiitiotrm v, Nk'lit Kmlselonsand
wasthtf iWnstx, all cITccts of act f-
atuiM', or rxttn and infila
T"Jrt:tlon. A iiitvo tonic ntl
)'?ffliiioi! htiliilrr. llrlnc tha
It Vfyi'lnk clow to I'.tle clicrks And
INW ttslorc the flrf oi yotitb.
'NAI'v nnll A(H per boi.O hoses
for --AO; wild u vrlt('it trmtran
' fo -vris fp roOnt'l l!i inoiny.
ml lor circular. AcUicstt, ,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
C'lnio" A JuoVnon St., CHICACO, IJt
fat Hal by Chart It r. rrns.-lst
lirl.aVtiiB hrrahtlf nir htMri ur luianllis sli4
.rttntitf tr'i'i,. th I'nrte) Kpililutt, Ub gvu4
JVf Wi1 riwiiM pM sli-y .1 rhr
Ihm TAU NT ill OLD, llttJUmor, MJ.
K I lhsUnCpullf superior.
IJ to Baltwn oi Copibs-. I
as vuiri) or inifLiiunianuiirrs
lm 1 CURE IN 48 HOURSW,
IrJ I th urn dilwith.V'
LN M nut InronvaniMnca..
J S.'U jy U lMe rVt. :
Beware of Imitations
John Duncan's Sons, Agents, New York
Those who hav delayed buying.
are fortunate. They can av at least
a third on tha usual oost of hlsh rraSa
hoe. We are oloalng out all of our
ummer tan shoes at a treat reduotlon.
We have them for men, women and
children, which should bring everyone
to the store. They are new goods
which have overstayed their time.
consider these figures.
Petersen & Brown.
H.F.Prael Transfer Co.
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All Coods Ihlppea to Our Car
Will Receive Bpecla: At'aoUon.
Ms. U Duan It,
FX. US M
W. J COOK, v
tU. Ti. us.