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It is not difficult to crowded on the long route of the procesThe Welcome to Dewey
distinguish between sion, all feeling that the one thing they a perfunctory ceremony and a genuine really care for in the excitement, parade, popular enthusiasm. The welcome which and holiday is a glimpse of Dewey himNew York—and through New York the self. The Outlook has asked Mr. James whole people will extend to the victor of Barnes, author of " Yankee Ships and Manila Bay this week will be genuine, Yankee Sailors” and other patriotic books universal, spontaneous. The natural love of history and fiction, to tell the story of of the people for a war-hero has centered this great occasion to our readers next around Admiral Dewey as it did about week, in a personal, clear, and simple Grant. The intrepidity of Dewey's attack narrative, and with it we shall present on Manila, the night entrance through the pictures, taken during the celebration supposedly mined channels, the complete itself, of salient and picturesque scenes. ness of the enemy's destruction, the dra- Major-General Wesley Merritt, in the matic circumstances of the fight, the fact same number of The Outlook, will tell of that our first great victory was at the other the famous meeting with Admiral Dewey end of the world -- all these things rightly at Manila, when he brought the first miliappealed to the popular imagination. tary support to our fleet, relieved the tenEvents since then have proved Dewey to sion of the situation, and, as first Military be not only a dashing fighter, a great sea Governor, divided the responsibility with admiral, but also a man of superb com the Admiral. mon sense, admirable reserve, timely wis dom, sturdy patriotism. Excellent as are the records made by not a few other
The exclusion of the
Chinese Exclusion commanders, naval and military, George
Chinese from Manila by Dewey's name is that which stands out General Otis has led to an emphatic proforemost in the history of the war with test from the Chinese Government to our Spain. The celebration will be worthy State Department. Our knowledge on of its subject : an imposing naval review the subject is derived from newspaper reunder the command of Admiral Sampson ports, but from these we judge that this with the North Atlantic fleet; a novel and exclusion of the Chinese is not based brilliant illumination of the bay and rivers; upon the law prohibiting Chinese immia procession, on an enormous scale, of mil gration into the United States, but upon itary bodies and civilians passing through the conviction on General Otis's a splendid arch of welcome and its ap the importation of the Chinese at the presproaches, to the designing of which Ameri ent time into Manila practically strengthens can sculptors and artists have contributed the hands of the Tagals in-arms against unstinted labor and skill; a systematic, the United States. How their presence and in a degree uniform, system of street in Manila does this is not made clear. It and house decoration; the presenting of has been suggested, on the one hand, that memorials and addresses; the entertain they are instrumental in smuggling ammument of officers and men in various ways nition and goods into the camp of the these are some of the forms which the
enemy; on the other hand, that their people's welcome will take. Most im continued importation intensifies Tagal pressive of all will be the people them prejudice against them and against the selves—perhaps two millions of them, United States Government, under whose