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Good Order and Everybody's Rights
! Sistbing Letter I'rom I'aris on the
II1S VINDICATION OF KF.STNF.K
"Truth I on tbe Kay. tad Now Notkiig Co
Stop It" frem builty ill Tailil
the n.me ol tbc roll).
N.-w V.ifk, Nov. ?i A World iluiu'.'h
from rrl give. In detail h letter writ
ten l)' Kmllc Zola, llm I'n mil author,
III t4uilf of M lrrfoa The World a.iya
All thr woral In ringing with thr IrT
fn (..in.. ,lt la the one aiibjcet .Racuased
.vrr)Vrr. II a.-cnia irrtalri lh.il ihr
whole aulijn will m tv'ii-.i.-l .kiiI the
c.iar tvlrnt. y.D.U d.H f t f t eh llllpl. ill
I'tvyfu' i. iipii dir. ily. 1 1. iiil.iKii.il
XI. H. lii'tirrr.KifftiUT. vlre.prrsidriit of
the a-nulr. who h lately a-rt'-d that
h la positive '.hni Ir-yfu In nno--rit
and th.it an awful rnlatikr ha be.-n nude
In branding l.lm as a trnltor. n4 am.
frnctn him to ,irlin for l.fn on Devil's
lalnn.1. !(. writ.- thua-
"What thrilling aliam-! Whit niaif.
nlli.rflt rlinnu-t.-rn! In the prire nf
tlm beauty f th.rr .-harii.t.-r funitnhl
! r.sj life my novcllnfa h' irt I.-hm1
In my li.mnm with iMi(initr .lmlr;itj.in'
I know .if n.ithl:iir n th -hul rare
"f w.y.'i i iy nl -h la in n IiIbikt l.- f I.
I h.ivo nn Intmtl.m of afniklmr "f itf
rnf. If -lr..imt.in. tuul .iJlowil mr
t aii.1y iui.1 inw 1o a. fiirmal ronrlu
"Inn. I l n. forirfit that :m Invmtlga.
tton hiM lHn oiiinl; thnt rourta hiv
tnkcn ootrnli'ii) t nf thr m iller n that
Itw honm thin to do U ;o wait with.
out n.l.fn to tiw. m,,,, nf wrrtcliril gnm.
I mhl.li hn it.-url an affair tt-lf
an alniln a nil ao '.ar.
"nut fnvm now Ihw prra.i.i Nlwif
to mtn mr. lmiy a lnuk-rxn In !!f
t"- nia np,n. An 1 If th
ron.l)Tiinr. of vpira: tf th nrni$,n rf
thr twwl time rr t mr anrrr) until
Juatli-n t.ui Ium ha work, tht thlr.l irt-it
charnrfcr In th( itrnma cap- auff
inm nip flin t ir n Kv.ik. nnr'a m!r;.l
hnnr.tly nn. I Imivrly mnrrrnln tirm
"Thla la what I have arn of flr-h-unr.
Krotwr. whnt I think anl wh it I tiHinvr,
S.mir .lay. prrhaiw. etPcumaianra jxt.
iniiiins. t miv .rxsik of two .!h.T, A
llf a r-r .ia n rryanil. n atntrh?
" lovai i-nn !: not n atiiln; not
th allithtrat mnm.Hit of w..nknf An
. i .... . .. t . . .
im.-lHinirlr.B .amnion faithfully f.l..wr,l
Without n'tl.a iiniMtlon: with .in ax.
nu.-u Miimr.ii illon. luw ;il mr to th
P"wtrirt ayninhy t hia iunla 'Witn.
ill. not a itr-vimrr cr ,i ;h.irl:. A m.inu.
f.ntur.r who hna ll-r in hl lahoritnry
.lrvotlrr hlmaWf to mx-lnl atu.ly without
countlnir iho .lolly c.irva of a grout l.uat
nma houao un.li hla onrr: iui1. Li me
(..hi. fortune. w.Mlth. Iiomirn, h.iinlii.-.
Tiiwnln of a n.lil. lifo rtitlis-ly
up to wrrk an.) fnith: mthlnir t.
..i to miko a proper enilli-R.
r tlm ttmn aimit to tk?
pant In thr nvwt trajrif and alaorli:nr
of drnmaa. On day a doubt rnter hla
mind, n doubt that wua In thr air h.ut
already troubled mor;. th:'n one con.
elrncr: i i-oiirt. martial for tmaon of
a captain 1m, iw.rh us, to Inn.vrnt. Thfl
piinlahntrnt hna lvr tcrriblcilrcrida.
lion In public, coiiflnrnwnt In a distant
locality; nil the rxwtton of a nation
'PHir Its r;iw to dratmy a wrictt
t It" feet.
"Pt: ff n w-o-, InnocrntOreit tlod:
Whit a Hhii.liler of unUnind.M pity: whit
n coM ahlv.-r of horror nt th- thoucht
that thr wua no rcprtr.ition posalb)...
rvuibt nriwe In the ml ml of M. S.'huerrr
Kcstncr nt on v aa li,. himself had tol l.
It tornt-nt-M and hnuntel him n
now facta -were brouuht to hla notice from
time to time. !!, hna a solid and locrloil
brnln which Eradinlly heMme overpow.
cr.il by the Inaatlihle. delre to lenrn
the trmth. ftc'iucrer K-stner nt lat held
a certainly, llo knew the truth and de.
(ermlintl to so. JnaMce done. That wsi
the critical moment for a mind like hla.
1 ciin Imagine what Ih-'it minute of nn.
Biilh miw have b'en. He welt kn.-r thr
tonn In w-iill raise. Hut truth and
lustier are ilwve all: thev alone assure
the greatness of nations. It may be thnt
pier out Intetvst can lcsMre thorn for a
time, but every nmlon which does not
base It. .x'strnee utn them la cm.
domned t the twr of public opinion. Tlw
ld.i .if S, hnerer-Korttnor whllo ilolns
this work kwna to kc.p out of sight. He
had docld.l to siy to the go-:rniiie)it
'Hero are the facts; ake the matter In
hnnd. im that you yourself may have the
merit of Mag Just by repairing an error."
The outcome of every act of Justice Is
a ttlumph. Circumstances to which I do
not wish to allude at the pnnrnt time
prevented the ministers fram listening to
him. From that momoat ho know no
!u o. It had lcii s.ild that he clutched
the IrutU and can. he wha holds it with,
out pro"KiJmlag be other than n public
"Stuloiilly nl first, for 15 days without
end, he hold to his p-omise to keep s lent,
always In hope that l'" would not be
ciil'iid to usurp 1hc port of tlwee whoae
duty nlone Is to nit. I knov nothing
more sublime than' the sllonce of Schue.
rcr-Keatnrr during the tlhrea weeks, when
a whole jieople, in 0.iilr, suspected
And abu.od him. The lcnsf violent ex.
pressed doubt a to his sanity. Was be
an old mm n his sooand childhood-one
nf (Ihi wti mi lii?lil. nl .iill wc'ikm-fa
I'U.iai-a to lulkv.t anyihliiK?
"Ot;iera, m.iltri"ii ji'I rulflina, ltnily
a.iM h Ii,h1 tiik' ti Un- HUniil). i noi.Kh
llw Jiwa lui.l jfi. 1 u million to buy
hU mar-i.i..! H,. (i think that no uiil.
v.ranl p-Mr uf liniK)fr cr."rJ thla atu
pt'My A jii.tl.-t.il ffMr la :t ithln much
to rifri.t..!. hut iilwiiya .a.ilM...
Ju-lKa nr.. aotuHlmiw niiiKitkrn, And
aoMli-ra miiy trmkn niiKnkca. II w A
that rrtn,a-rtiil' the lion ir of thn iirmy?
'Tho .mly ftiw thlnif u. do wh. rr a
mlalokn luia lani Ifti'if. I to forr.'. It,
a-il tlirrcf.irx th r.iult wculil only btt
Ikuii tin Hi day wh.1) orui woukl l oh.
Criiita In wlahln not to lmv n.rn mla.
I iki, ivin from th- im-a.n.'e In th dr-
nlnlv.. ir. An a mattM- of fiu ih
w holr dinii irfty U tl (T.. Kicrvthlna
will h kn iwn i.a ao.i -.ia ona la wlllln
to Klmll that orm ha ivaallly m:il a
ml.l.ik.' 'tr..l tli.it mi., h.i,) h.lrH'l hr.
fore tht annoytunaM tf admit tlnir 't.
Thoar who kiwrw will imd.-rKun.l mc
Aa for d.in..r.)ii tlli.msitlr? r.Jtnillca.
Ilona, Hint la thr dtr row f..r wknrya.
o nrlghlmi Ii.k Kiwrr la rorcern i in
thr miitt. r. an.) Ihla f.i ahould b.. loudly
iro, lnltnr.1. We arr In thr prca wrr of
apiraloi nf f.Vi mini. Irrll;il
hv tw nvt irHoua ,,f aj nrwittn..r
r.iintialKna. Thr rTa la n n.- .iry
t"iwrr. and !n Piy .n:n lor mrr (rood
tliun mil, tart yi-t cYtntn nwmra arr
guilty of irnul.Mihxf a.nnr anI trrrorti.
In thTa llvm -m a.tiraliil to triple
ilw'r MM. IdVxlc arfl.anntti-m fainrfl
ill., flam.' . thh folly. I fancy In thr
prou.1 wll-awr M B.-1ui..rT.Krtnr
il ra la jao a ilmlrv to wait until rvTy-
.nr hn.l . onault.xl hU rorwlonrr tforr
.r.Hnii to a't.
"Vlwt Ik. at.k-i tiin dirty ' w ht. h
ven n thr rulna of hla hlirh pailfnn
.ntinr lata immiin .t him to k wnttt
l rlKht aa a.ri .-ia hr kn.-w It. he uttrrrd
thla a.lmlnil.1.. wopl i-lae U. could not
luivo lhr.1 w.-ll. That 1s what )l honrat
m.-n cotKmr. In thla affntr ahould aiy
..an in.-)- niiaa.( avr miiraa thry
Truth la on thr wny and now nomine
tin rt"t It "
HA Vt'Al I A'fl ANNKXATION CKKTAIX
New York. Nov. K.-A i.il to the
IbrtJ. frrm Wiuililngt.m swys:
llawiiil wiH I luuirx.sl to the I'nit-d
SiUi during tlu. naning swion of con.
arena. ThH la ,ix- .a" tb,. orrtalntlrs of
the srwakm. genntura and reprraenta.
t'.a. both wit-on. him I eiiK:nrtii. who
have thus Air arrhvil In Washington,
are priu:LkiJ1y urnrdmoua on this ques.
Pridrru MvKlnlr, m.wige will
atrorarly urge utain tlK senator etiny
ratlflmrkm of th anncxiiillon treaty and
It will be two of tb- firm topic brought
up tn the executive session. 8 nator Caf.
fery. o Ixartauina, wtv will oppose an.
nxitlon n any form. aoJd:
.'1 urn rtulk-vlly op.wd to thv annexa
tion of any more territory to tha fnlted
Stat.. I think It Is foreign to tlw? best
ixdlcy we onn purxue to extend the limits
of our Jurisdiction to othrr regions of the
ninth far remote from our national noun,
hiri.aa. All the aopilsltlon of territory
now Inotudnl ln In the Fnlt.M Stat, ex.
ceptlng Alnskii, wiia the nut oral r-sult of
Kw-orfirl impulse to exteral our dominion
from oixm to ui Hiwn the British
I.ss,.hhIiih on the north and the I-atln
(opl.. on the Kouth. Now that thla has
long la,n aooimpllshed nnd the entire
lneluibl nukm cmalirtuntit.d. with n
IKH'iilatVin n int.Jiipon, s-mwthy with
the constitution ,im ilnstltutkms which
exist under It. the policy of territorial
indexation ahould ret. I can ace no rea
son or a.lvmruge In ronchliur oui "noa
niii into mo i-nclllc to take in a little
group of ai en Islands w hlch are not . o.
irraohleally .Ml.sl to this continent and
the aopiMt'on of 'Which in do lltiMe for
us beyond conn'tniting an out!-ing naval
station which we nre already able to es
tablish there without annexation. Tltt
th.dr terrltorl i.1 ew'ont la small does not
prevent tholr annexation from eonstltut.
Inff dtiniterotis pnxlent for tho adU
tlon of alien people.
"Culm Is so much nentvr to us than
Hawaii that she is almort a part of us
gwcrrnphlonJly btit her pe are as
aflen to US aa tf thry lived In the Antl.
InmIos. Tlio iintiexatam of Hawaii would
naturally arv as nn argument for the
acquisition of thnt Isl-.uid nlso. The an.
negation of Spanish America nnd more
of Sixtnlsh America would tl.ti follow,
all of which, is fop-ign to our policy, as
I tinderstaml It. I acknowledge the ex
Ist.inv of ii powerful olomnt in the sen.
a.to In ftir of annexation of TlawnK, but
can see no nison In following Its leader
ship." Scimtor Cookroll of Missouri Is nlo
oiH'os.sl to fho treaty, tlKiugh he liellvvos
HiTO-ull will Iw annexed by legtslatlon,
prolwhly during tlm next: siswlon. He
"I doubt very much If the necessary
two-thlrtis of 'the senators will bo found
In favor of ratlxcntion of the treaty wh-n
the time comes to vote. I expect, rather,
to see tho Hla mis bevomo part of the
I'nlted Slates by cji act of congivwi In
tho wurio manner In which we acquired
Texas. An mincxatlinn treaty could not
U iMJwod tut that time, but legislation
to iinticx the ppubllo wis ially passed.
The comllrVms apiwar to me to be sim
ilar In the onao of a IT wall. I do not
know In what pohtlcuj status Hawaii
may hoonmo a part of ithe imi.u, but
slw would ho probably n.ilt be endowed
with stat hood Immediately. Pro-liBlonnl
govornment of some kind will probably
lie (VtabllKh.xl at first."
Senator Fairbanks of Imrinnn snld.
"Tbe ratlftonrlon of the tteaty win he
accomplished diir-lng the coming session
without Hcrtou ottoltlon. The whole
subJiTit ta thoroiurhly understood In all
-its phases, baa been thoroughly discussed
for years, and there Is a practical unnn.
Imlty of feeding both here land In Hawaii
tn favor of annexation. I anticipate the
fpr ily ruitiflcjitkm of the treaty. "
Shorts .Make a Kusb to Get Out of
ALL RECORDS ARE SURPASSED
flxccM of K i ports (Iter Imports Wi.'KKl.-
(HIO tor the Moith tlcivy ex
ports of Cereals.
Ohu-ofo, Nov. 2- Alrwt '.wo mlnut'a
aflrr th wrring Lr-nlKT wtient brau
with the KHUnTlng Impetus of th ad-
vanclnjr atorm It r.ao fpim Kl't to ST'i.
without causing May to g) ate the
.rlo It ot-nrf at, but when Jjectmber f 14rtfli rh;inr mlrh bnifal treatmrnt of .
made a iismoJlc Jump UmU took It t'Prtvwte Cfiarlm Hammond. It took tho
W and another aerivs uf leaps
vl H at fl, iliiy r'iel In
m.ii.n.-r by Bjh-nm lnjf to SZX.
It was all a. muter of the shorts cover-
Ing. There wan hardly a oiishel of wheat
fr sale until the murk' had rmched II.
when the tuixlous were furnlabl
with so mu.i that sudden drop to 97
resulted. Hut shorts were too badly de.
mornlli.! to wait any longer to get un. th parts of the specification charging
dcr covt and the price shot up again. Captain Ivering with "cruelty" and
lliiy. au-r rnu-ting a little from hs first j hruta.lity" stricken xf.. It was finally
bulga to 'O'i. b-ame atrongcr thtui be. ,did(-d to consider the charge as they
fore, and reached S8Vj )cfore lis close. wrp, sot forth In the ape?!fications and
It wound up at BV December got to , the derision was reached without mak.
:3'.i and closed iU that. ' Ivg a change. A majority Is conclusive
; In court-martial findings, and so after
THE NEW VOUK MARKET. j the fact of guilt was established the only
I ihing to be considered was the measure
New York, Nov. M After several weeks
of unaatbifuctory markets "dollar wheat"
In the speculative acceptance of the term
was real! led on ohangv t.Klay. December
options early attained that and soon
passed it. reaching Kaa, in the afternoon,
wraich was also the final price. A bad
queese of ehorts was chiefly responsible
for the tocul strength, although higher
cables bad much to do with the early
advancing tendency of the local market,
PortUnd. Or.. Nov. JSThe local wheat
market moved up again In response to
advices from Europe, and exporters
opened the market today at 77c for Walla
Walla and at the clone It wan going a
Bluestom. 79: Valley. .
cleared here today for
QueenHtjiw-n. carrying a total of 333.971
htiahors of when.
New York. Nov. S6. R. G. Dun Co.'s
weekly review of trade will say In its is-
sue of tomorrow;
The heavy exports of wlwat with re
newed advance m the price. Is the most
interesting and Import.uvt feature of the
week's events. Since August, when the
extent of the foreign uVtleiency became
ronlrxed. the exports iavo Wen larger
than In the M-"por.drng wo ks of any
Cotton exports akv hiive Nvome very
lienT. and tho outgo of corn falls but
little below last year's unprecedented
record, while ln the export. of mLinufac
turol products, espoi-LilIy miUflilncry. all
rrorrt-da 1rr thr a-im hove brn aur
piiartl. whllo th nCrfrifatr for Novrm.
l-r hiat ytar waa war lloji.ow.lW). Ship-
nvnta fr-tn .w York for thr thrr j
WH-ka have lrn-n hut alltrhtly miuiII-t, '
with a fitt'r t,r. t that the known In
crrnan In aHttm arwl oth-r produrta fram j
ofhrr ort may mnke up thr. dVflHrfiry. i
Hrnnwhllo Jmporta are nrnnln Uhlnd
ktMt yror'a at Nw Y'rk nmrly IJT.W.onO I
tiaa mrfith. ao thot onothrr rx. of
M port a ovor Imix.rta nmountln to Vl,.
tyfi.Vfi t'rr the -month pr..til,lr.
IFallurrai for the wk havr hrrn In '
the I'nrUd &tMn. (urilaat Jjo laat year, i
and S In Cartnda mrulrjit Zt lout ymr. I
IvOVKRINO CASK. I
Churirrd. and Ord-r.d to Be
ilna. Nov. W. The Tribune tiT I
prlnta the fo'-lom-tnir: i
The flndliHr of rh Ivn-ira eourt.mar. !
Hal la thnt "the arruawl la ullty aa
crianr.d In th- apprffloaMort and tlint he
he rrprimanrird by the authorltJra. The
court la thiaa lrnlnr.t In vlrw of the food
j chHTWtfr of the accused aa ah own In
I the r-VVwr."
' mont of a Train who knowa. thr exrw-t
i vrr11i of the vxirt JnanlaJ wlilrh has
; I TiM. rnmtitlMt tta U. .n i- K . . .a
' - . . - . - . i
; OiptiUn IiHonard IO-ivrlrur of Fort Shrr-
j ootirt-martfcil one hour to rwioh Its de.
icaakKi. The flrat ballot rraultBii la seven
j mmtT of the ttxirt vritln "guilty"
land five "not guilty." The usual court.
mnrtlal Is pomrwiwd of thirteen rn.-rr.bfra
;btrt Major Itandolph who had brrn dr.
j ulled to attend the court was unable to
( do so and so twHv men sat as a Jury
to dorkle the fate of Captain Levering.
There wag a Mgorrua effort made to have
!of punishment. The officers had made up
ItbHr minds rha Hammond's career as
,a soldier wua not ec-r.s!steivt and this
.weighed strongly in bringing them to an ;
.aarrrement as) to the punishment to be
j meted out to Covering. The wldtuce
j showed that Captain Lovering had been
I connected wtth the Vnlted States mill-
jtry service for 25 jnears. and that bis
record had heon a good on A number
jof rbe officers now out plainly and sy
h1 not vote for the finding of
;gullty !f Captain Lovering was to be
gfven a humiliating punishment.
It was argued that Hammond's record
when placed by the side of Captain It.
erlng's was of such a character as un-
'avoidably to gam sympithy for the of.
, fleer. The finding of a court-martial ia
secret under a solemn oath. Th? mei.i-
, h of a court are sworn not to divulge
a finding, nor discuss it until It has a capital of n.000.000. Mr. Liebes. In
reached the proper authority, which In speaking of this project said that It is
this orve Is Pnrtfldvnt McKinley. The proposed to have the steamers and barges
Lowrlng court-martial is the result or ready for business when the Ice breaks
an order !ssul by the presl lertt and be In the Yukon in June. He said the Roths
wlll be the reviewing officer '.n the tase childs are Interested tn the venture,
unless he surrenders the responsibility ( which was arranged In London five
to Oenen.1 Alger. months ago, and they have practically
Lieutenant-Colonel Hunter. Judge ad. unlimited capital behmd It Besbfca do.
vocate of the court, will have his record ng a general tram-nortaUon business tn
completed today and this, with the find- , company will ewtaMWh Itradmg stations
ing. w ill be forwarded to Washington. J and thoroughly explore the country.
It will probably be placed In the Hands t
of the president on Wednesday and after
its examination by S--Jvr.ary Alger and
Orieral Miles the "- Vr. miy be msde
public. The announ, em. at --111 probably
be made by next Tuesday.
It Is of course knowt that the president
may chance tho sentence recorramideo:
by the cMirt-Tnartlnl.
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leavening strength and
purity. It makes your
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you against alum and all
forms of adulteration
that go with the cheap
ill UJfaAl Hlllll
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Disorders in the Austrian Keiehsrath
Caase Serious Trouble.
AN ATTACK ON THE POLICE
Tie rreaier Tkreatetta Wltk (Si Cilltotlae
Mirk Tkaii Cipelle. Cron tke
j Vienna, Nov. H The disorder In the
i lower bouse of the rHchsraith wai o u.
' mrnt of poll.- bad to be called In
After 9 o'clock this evening the aspect
of tho streots became mor threatening
It U eatlnvited thn a crow-J of 10,000 peo
ple. Including a very large number of
students, as va.nMed and threatened th
government with revolution and Count
Badinl, the pre.nier, with the guillotine.
An attempt wua made to attack Count
Badlnl'j police. The police repeatedly
charged the crowd. The students re
sisted with sticks. One pollc; Inspector
was severely Injured by a kick from a
horse: another was thrown from hi
horse and so badly hurt that It was nec
essary to remove him to a hospital. A
few dtlxens and students received slight
Injuries. Today's edition of the evening
newspapers has been confiscated.
SamueH U CVtnens (Mari Twuln) was
among those expelled from the gallery
of the unternaus today.
Rothschilds, of London, Building
Steamers to 'Frisco,
j Ban Francisco. Nov. 28. The Rotbs.
childs, through the San Francisco house
of Liebes ft Co.. are about to enter the
Alaaka, Itnsude. Four steamers are being
butK In sections by W. H. Brick ft C
owners of be Otifomla Sforhlna Works.
, When -this contract is filled the tnachln-
ery and timbers -will he nt to, nutm
harbor to De set up. The Arm will thea
butW nine barge tn sections Ho follow
the material for steamboat -bud Ming, and
the barges win Hkefwlse be put together
at Dutch harbor.
All of Ads -work is being done for the
Alaskan Exrtoratrton Co.. which was In-
corpo rated about four months ago. with,
WILLAMETTE IRON WORKS FA1U
Portland, Or.. Nov. 28. M. W. Hender.
son was appointed receiver of the WU.
Kurort te Iron Works today. The debts of
the corporation amount to $30,000, be
slides the capital itook. which Is 1300.000.
J-.unea Lotan is tnanogor of the company.