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Cubans Still Threaten to Fight the
(By Aaaoclatad Prea# to The Herald.)
Havana via. Key Weet.fl Oet. 2» —
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NEW TRIAL GIVEN .
TO ALFREO DREYFUS
The Ruling Received
The Court of Cessation, However,
Refuses to Liberate the Prisoner
at This Time-The Grounds Upon
Which the Supplementary Pro
ceedings Are Ordered.
[Associated Press to Sunday Herald. 1
Paris, Oct. 29.—The court of cessa
tion has decided to grant a revision of
the Dreyfus case and will Institute a
supplementary inquiry. The court,
however, has declined to order the re
lease of Dreyfus. The decision of the
court, textually, Is as follows:
"In view of a letter from the minis
ter of justice, dated September 20, 1898,
in view of the arguments of the public
prosecutor denouncing to the court the
condemnation pronounced by the first
courtmartlal of the military govern
ment of Paris, on December 22, 1894,
against Alfred Dreyfus, then a captain
of artillery attached to the general
staff: in view of all the documents in
the case and also or articles 443 to 44C,
of the code of criminal procedure,
amended by the law of June 10, 1895,
relative to the admissibility of an ep-
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(Aaaorlated IV to Monday Herald )
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lowed today Ay nearly ** ««• voluntary
••Ifera by the Imelneaa men When 11#.-
iMo |a reached the cltlacna will make an
offer to the government to build lar
rarka or mahe any provlalona no eaaaiy
for the retention of Ihe encampment.
Promotion on the I— A N.
[Ameclated Preen to Sunday Herald.)
Umiavllle. Ky . Oct. J#.~Mr. David
M Goodwin, who haa been employed
aa chief dlerk in the office of Cbarle*
B. Compton, general freight air"nt of
the Louiaville and Naahvllle ralirvd.
haa been promoted to the position of
aariatant general freight agent, the
new ofllfc having been created and
made effective Nov. 1.
| plication in proper form for revision;
/•Whereas, the matter haa been
brought before the court by the public
prosecutor In viriue of the express or
der of the minister of justice,
"Whereas, the application eoraes
within the category of the cases con
templated In article 443 and has been
Introduced within the period fixed by
“Whereas, the Judgment, a revision
of which is demanded, has the force
of a chose jugee;
"Whereas, tht documents produced
do not place the court in a position to
decide ell the merits of the case and
there is ground for making a supple
“For these reasons the court declares
the application to be in proper form
and legally admissible, and states that
it will Institute a supplementary in
quiry and declares there Is no ground
at the present moment for deciding on
the public prosecutor’s application for
a suspension of the penalty.
The Judges of the court were occu
pied for three hours and a half in con
sidering the Judgment.
The public, whose admission to the
court was regulated with the greatest
care, awaited the decision with mark
ed calmness. During the suspension of
business the public crowded into the
lobbies and there was evident an anxi
ety to hear the verdict. There was no
demonstration when the court rose.
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No matter what may be the termina
tion of the Afrliun tioulile between the
French and English. It must lie admit
ted that the conduct of the campaign of
Captain Marchand has been of a nature
j to win for him the respect and good
wishes of all who are not definitely
I prejudiced again him. Man-hand
seems to be the sole obstacle at present
to Britain's African ambition. H.- Is the
French officer who started out two
years ago from the west coast of Africa
I with his command Just at the time
1 when General Kitchener was lieglnnlttg
to move his army form tlu- northwest
corner of the continent Into the ftoudan.
There Is no question but that Captain
Marchand Is In possession of Fashoda,
on the Nile, 400 miles south of Khar
toum. General Kitchener has sent word
to him that he had previously taken
possession of all Nile country In the
name of Great Britain. Marchand In
his official report to the home govern
ment, doesn’t mention General Kitch
ener or the British forces. He merely
states the features of his trip from the
: time they left the west coast of Africa
until they reached and took possession
of Fashoda. .The outcome is being
watched With interest throughout tho
civilized world and the result of the
whole matter may be a war between
the two great nations of Europe.
Where Our Troops Will Debark on
[Associated Press- to Sunday Herald. 1
Havana, Oct. 28.--The Marina Beach
landing place has been definitely se
lected, and work oft the landing stage
began this morning under the direction
of Capt. Crawford, of the engineer
The colonial congress was dissolved
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The Ordcn Publico makes no secret
of ihoir dissatisfaction, and threaten
to mutiny uulers their claims are set
tled. They wfll find willing support
among the member* of the civil .and
the regular and the volunteer soldiers.
Five More Executed.
[Associated Frees to Sunday Herald. I
Candla, Island of Crete, Oct. 29—Five
more of the Mussulmans, convicted of
taking part in Che massacre of British
soldiers on September «th, were cx(i
cuted today. In addition, four Bash!
Bazouks have bceu sentenced to twen
.ty years imprisonment at hard labor.
Since the departure of the Turkish
troops a number of additional guilty
Mussulmans huve been discovered
daily. It appears that tho Turkish
officers appropriated the valuables
looted by their soldiers.
Off For Savannah
[Associated Press- to Sunday Herald. 1
Augusta, Me., Oct. 29.—The First
Maine artillery, consisting of four bat
teries, 450 out of the 518 members, and
12 officers, commanded by Major E. E.
Newcomb, left for Savannah, Ga., to
day, where they will be attached to tho
DeatHs on the Trip.
[Associated Press to Sunday Herald. 1
Ponta del Gadn, Azore Islands, Oct.
29.—‘The Spanish steamer Montserrat,<
Capt. Dcsehatwis. from Havana on
October 12. via- Glbara, for Cadiz, with
repatriated Spanish troops on beard,
lias arrived here. There were seventy
two deaths on board the vessel during
the voyage. _____ ....
Cmpt. Carter fkkNed
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Platt at W'ork.
Chief among those who are urging
the president to overrule the sentence
Is that wiliest of all political lntrlguets,
Senator Platt. It is understood that he
has got cx-Senator Edmunds to declare
ihat the proceedings were Illegal or
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! Justice demands that the finding be set
aside. The president is very much
worried as to what to do.. Should he
overrule the findings of the eourt there
is no doubt but that the engineer corps
would be seriously Injured thereby.
For a long time the civil engineers of
this country have claimed that the ar
my engineers are, If not incompetent,
at least behind the times in their pro
fession, and that the government loses
on its contracts. This opinion has been
held by a large dumber of congressmen
in every house and congress has
threatened often to authorize that war
contracts should be given to the public
through the system of bids. Unless
justice is meted out in this case the
engiueer corps wdll suffer. There is
already a belief prevailing that the ar
my hides its misdemeanors and that
the engineer corps especially conceals
the weaknesses of its members. This
Is not true in the case under discus
sion. Pbrhaps the intimation was al
ways unjust. But whatever the en
gineer corps has done in the past It is
certainly anxious that Captain Carter
should be dismissed from the army.
There is no doubt whatever that the
sentence as it now stands includes dis
missal from the army, a term of Kars
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10 the nndlnga. Hut as ma aa ll waa
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led hegan lo uae llielr Influence to aide
There la Intense feeling here over the
rato. It will hurl President McKinley
and injure his reputation ehould he
mitigate Ihe sentence. The cam la he- !
ing watched with deep Imereat. but
by no one with the —me Interest and
1 anxiety as by the engineer of the ar
my, to whom the decision means an
WITH A BUCK
Gilbert Smith Assaulted Hr. Low
Gilbert Smith, colorld. assaulted Mr.
William ld>w- Inst night. The weapon
used was a brick. Mr. Low Hfkecl Gil
bert for $2 and that enraged the la’.ter,
so he hit Mr. Low.
OUR NEW GOVERNOR
The Inauguration of
Allen D. Candler
He Maintains That ibe Safety of the
Country, Especially of the South,
Lies in Conservatism and a
Rigid Adherence to the Precedents
of the Past.
[By Associated Press to The Herald.l
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 29. —Allan D. Can
dler was inaugurated governor of
Georgia at. noon today. In the course
of his inaugural address, Governor
“Not content with the extent of our
magnificent national domain, we are
reaching out., thousands of miles, for
the Islands of the sea, with their hete
rogeneous populations, and there are
those, in both political parties, wtio
would reverse ibe policy of more tluiu
a century, and enter an extensive and
expansive scheme of colonization, ua
have the monarchies of Kurop-, which
; will necessitate an immense standing
army and costly navy, to be support
ed by tuxes imposed upon the people
of the states.
“It will not do for us to wander afar
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thorpe ar— v, to which several baa
died lavliatt—* hair* V— trnaad Thto
will V ar. ..fled ataa by rtattlaff
frl—dt aad relative* to IV kfid# fram
Wvbiagioa. New Tark. Chtewaa aad
Mi-. Aline Parker, of Nam Jarmf.
will V the amid to honor aad Mtaa
Marl— T boat pa—. to jerkin Pa . aad
Him KlitaVtb Parker to W..hla*t—.
New York Chbagn and other place*
Nita Alice Parker to N#w Jersey.
' will be the maid of honor, and Mta*
Marl— Thomson, to Merlon. Pa., and
Mtaa BihtaVtb Parker, to Washington,
i-omlna of the bride, will be bridee
maid*. Master* Ambrnae Gordon and
Wil'lam W Gordon third nephew* of
the bride will art aa page# Mr. Ar
thur G. Gordon the bride's brother,
will be the beat man. and th* usher*
will be Measr*. Paschal Strong. Arthur
Beverly Elliott, of ftavannah: and Mr.
W. Vauce McCormick, of Harrisburg,
The .mairiage will be attended by
the mo“t exclusive memVrs of Savan
nah society. Oea-r*! Gordon's fatnliy
has alws.es stood at the very height off
(be social ladder In Savannah, and
through the south.
The Bride's Tros.eau
The bride will enter Ihe church on
Ihe arm of her father and artll be met
at the sitnr by the groom and the best
man. She will be atilred in a beautiful
wedding gown of white satin, trimmer!
with tulle The cklit will open down
the side with tulle facings. She will
(Continued on Pnge #.)
into the realms of. experiment. Our
safety Ites in conservatism, and a rigid
adherent** to the precedents of the
“This Is especially true of the peo
ple of the south We should resist all
dangerous innovations. We should
cling to the constitutional righ. of lo
cal «el.'-government, the shee-t anchor
of our safety, and oppose in every le
gitimate way the constantly Increasing
tendency of the agents of the Federal
government to encroach upon tee re
server rights of the Btatee.
FEVER 15 cVER.
Jackson Is Once More Assuming Busi
Jackson, Mias., Oct. 29. —The yellow
fever situation throughout the state
is most encouraging. 11l
Reports from affected points have al
most ceased, and the Ist of November
will mark the end of the epidemic.
Refugees are returning to Jackson on
each train, and the town has begun to
assume a business like appearance.
A few eases of sickness were report
ed today, but they are all of a light
type, and there is positively no fear
The weather continues cool during
the day. with a good frost each night.
The local papers resume publication
Monday, , .-<>'.,