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AMKKICAX KA(iLi:. jpAYSUX (UIJLS m. a. nun MsiaN, i us.ii.uiT. WHILE IN BATHING DHOWN IN ai I mi LAKE. Wer UTAH NEWS. ;, h'N " U in to Kin n"- Mr. '" I tu tli hc lis nil t, eir'l 1 :n fo. on t Il r k T V l:l im ,c ai::.,ae',ca.v Ar ; t,v act .liv col.c.ri t nil, ei. t :',,r t:ie l t. rl !, t , a s. ', .. :. I :.e "i.tf. !.-- (;s f.e i'.v- of t It ! a' a; - ., ar- I, . u. ! .v! e Ff ;a. i 1 S'. Jut.'rr--11.1.- 5 :, 1 I v : -- 111 Hj" u- . i 1 i.i-t- b.-'- -t , . traii-por- e I . c der-ma- i . -- .1 I r ttKtut I i i tro-- i ( i I ; ( i s.-- ( s j i I . d, - . tli-.- ' i AH-fil- I ! .1 I J1.--- A 1 urifoi-lunab- I i w , hor-.es- - , .:! i . 1 daily-liter- ' st..L-ev- ll- v rat-te- wa-.l- 111 l Mont-peiier- - i'llllt-i'iinc- seuii-titllei- I - t ' ... - I ,.' ' - --- -j ... ... l 1 . ! - . ;,..-t- t Idai-do- ' s 4 jj ssn'rago. - chains to w:n. .ire tn see my worst I held," he the rat loiK t I ami Men n sixty-seve- !s there." battle s -et s- of the Spak'.ug ifit lu-- V.O-i- J o! s.,M.r olrt'o-- . ii of tho Vth of June, in which the rmiirh riders and a ii. l. part of Genera! Young's command participated. General Torai said that less I he last seni-,-- , thrill Spanish troops were ene;ov in san-'his loss being Vi'j. He wonKi gaged, lie stars and not say how many Spaniards were ',. n arr .onvcrii' ir killed at 111 ( Santiago. aney and t.tain McKibK-ihe said dejectedly. heavy," "Heavy, ty w Hit a hiiiao Ia response to an inquiry, he said '1 h governuieiit that transportation would be required ,i over to the for between i'V.uoo and V5,n00 men, then peace is being t il 1 ba-,1- i, ,.i: V l.i-n- ii- WAVE OVER j : A w col-eft- Fo. JT A ' l.SI. s- Last I c !f .id "live y one of my generals were killed . r w untied. 1 have not a single arid am surrounded by a ,n.d powerful enemy. We have counted ships off this port. And besides," lie concluded, wearily waving bis bauds towards the city, "I have u' . '-v l.ted by J. V C il The xsnwJ valuation of Kane eoonty Faysoii. ("tali, .In ;'H Tour yo'.ii lb e. Oi n Tl.. The London, it'".. rariv nd !) Juiy is SUT,4'". .It t he tike w hi .e ladies ivrrf iro.-- . 1:. tae pr.s. i.fr fr.. n' a to pa:n I'riv,, re eoriepon(;it nt of I.'..'-wire of They Mrs Wanehard pleasure trip. in. at t!.e r Emily VViiia.iit of : .,r "1'iiitrd li.i.vii elf.isS'd tliKU Matea M. j." :.fai,try L a. in. sU'rr. d tier Keel. tli to stats b n r ommitted i ville has g (,;!'.,-b- e forms me that as the iiermau ermsel iiu.i t is li'iii'e to t:ie ii ht N l.rask a Sel;. nit in.- I, and Susie, an'i'.her ".Uter, !.'. arni tm-iinsane y iiTt off Mafiiru.nhed on the Irene Manveies, the I irst toi mv V. tass!i;jf m! I. ivu rival..by of he hand I ia Ihn er, ae.) Fennel Ihcrrington of Salt Lake, friend and for lu ration as i v id,-nila, the othr day. the ! nitrd S'a'. j oral. i -. in sportim-m!. b'i'h:i' They !, has I'tt-t- i appointed assistant United Me' :;.,, h was ti. e a v t i .e:iieut for .omboa' nt Ihiifli oio- of thi i.'u .s feii a iilunk, re Mate- district attorney. after her to auk her to s' .p. orT. The i, tin ts were all jni.ted down on, K Th ' s'e-ifused to obey and a do 1. was cent in g also that the award provid.-who w as James ... to revile and diowtiid v.!,:!.- try aero-- s her bow and a umli boat weit C'.imjiauy snail i.ave ti .e ships at ' ride, ln- a foot at 1; tih ;im Juu.-t.oi, The fa'lu-- of the K"e, n'.r.s iu u.ne da', s. iwo In seveu'eeu out to discover what she was doing by gt tiner- it. ti uvi r by a track. are t, ,,jv to taKe im the haul; a short away. the ti fc'ed. and days and euo-i-r'.a' admiral "The. to complete the Uerinan demo-crapn.t. li he first reiint'Iit :i pioneer Ilidley P. J but as inm erii to re in N r ai d. Se. illiliiediately ion of the insisted that (lei man ship had a riedit iu twenty-ontwo in uii.l o! resident nf Salt Lake ami era! hundred held a! prisoners the in d seurelt l'aratia(iie, already 9 joint tin ys. to enter the harbor wit hunt bidnt; I tah, 'lit' ! in al! Lake last week. have liol Vfl miles from M ;i u in. for the b. ties but tio-'The bids of tlie several companies searched, a claim which Admiral Iiewey The loive to are ( li M and s.paniar.ls fed at d. llaiier Captain .rrll ree reported Adjutant artwright were considered, that of the Spanish been bllotuti Hp by Uie iiope that the declined to rerooiiie. I in'i. Pcsdc. both of General Kent s li. IT, HoltiUli-.:'1 Is reported tiott Admiral von 'It company tiuaiiy votiid ill tb .In., tleel, the s of have been unintended f..r jfaSiontfj? in tin Let is The in, pros drii'h. who ia in oinmiiiid of the it fts n. in ail acct'iited, urns.11:1 soon. tin new the it .e lit sati ..t;;o. tiate I. as ths best made. On tin' has. s at Manila, interviewed of :a s s'j ad s d the ad A small hoy wiin. ei,, ktfUetii !r. I'. Vctxciina i.f Sr.i: i n - has ( hichester of the I'.rit-is!- i nf Ji.U hi eniisteil men and odi' crs, lieiieral plain b ane--bi thlerins.-ion. ,1a; iiihl lie called to Mr. ti been a ; first surgeon from its emiser Iituii.'itali'e as to what he it wiii i uv govern diet, t i: v,"..i.n-- to Nai.a a. o :i.:i snrreinler. t; u IsOinee ho as son volunteer t.f the Second regiment tf Keel, ntay. won'd do if tic Hermans iiiterfer.i; t; ansport 'in pr, vmers. ' a III arr, ve before toooial Mi lna iiai. M r. '.'til.arii th.t. the (.''rls err 'lolron engineers under of Mauiia. tl y he shi is w '.villi the bombardment he colors of Spain nil ti'i Ust. iiiiles Keel hastened to til r josi .1 a nee, ftr the hrsl ,,f Va in,'. Chichester replied that only and will be manned, prohal.lv entirely, aptairi w ill w h mates toe th'-if.i.l, campaign 'Two of battery s rccrui's k.M to i lviiijf in time to ditppe.'ir by Spanish crew s lie.vey and himsi if knew that. he o ii.seeuted, if eireiiin-kiihave taken 'French lean-.- " They are Slit; b 'lie.ai h the w a s Tlie boy ha;, It. is reman, ed as one of the curious ii'al.!i-rme to not briiie tvhiol a i N. t lloa tllseu. hey were a. in! N phiiilt n,f .lames F. i!obcrt-.iof tlie war that tlie OF SANTI AGO. developments GOVERNMENT d!muY. The former cnlistc in Uotiiitaiil Green one fell till mid the theis Were dl'itj nited Sta! es jiivern mi ii t slion'.tl enter while each other ed down by ami the latter in trying limtrurtloiM for Sliaft-T- l I'AVSOM OIHLS BURIED. I'rrsltlent int. t a friendly cm tract ,v i' h a company The stale aiij iii,,itat.i..tt I., pay part to rescue her. i.ulilauee. are an ii,a r'.c-- i many of whose v. III!-P .'l..f i'av luil Kssjiecls In hahines tiT t;.. i.iU ""rney !'.'. The president to t he Spanish navy, and some of w hi eh A f'KST HOLE. SANTIAGO I I, furl iitnile ( July Washington, the ,trl. ittni vitriol. h eiiiisitif.i of of iloeiimcnt re La', e been capture or des! ro;, ed by thu HI rrll lien unit lillKl.i. lull, nt .on. tah, July The fuueiai has issued the following ';. the .late, iis aliiioi'.rviiatiste.l, ait'l ill I I 1, III' tie. ill, overnin of Santiago: the lliii. ItK.i.y j, S'a'es. navy of the fi.it-ejardin t he four in (if iadit". drowned ,,iiii run fur almrt of tin' 'leitiaiiii i upon the Tin ilcneral Shafler blah lake u a t he tno-.- t im prciisi ve Sir: War of Sant iiio, u ly " the "To IlissalisheJ .ii,, ins Mum Walt. Secretary fiunls. Miiniiiatlon made kcrviet- ever h. id in this memlias l.att a hronirh Washington, July capitulation of the Spanish forces ic city. I.eo WliitUe, a vouiil' man between ill on of Sunt taeo. of the. province ol ber of tiie of t he saiiitarv cabinet. eastern the w hite in part speaking tlrtuvnetl yoi.neThirty spotless of ami u(e, wui yi'im ; The work was done by lr. (I oi'fi'iiow, wiilkfd at the head of the corte;'e. attitude of the SantlHjro, rentier it necessary t in- itbout the while w tn tui ii if in tear liver, near Saniia-.niof the commander of the l'eiirriir stati'. mil hj a civilian ('our lirar.Ms, each diawn Cubans at struct the ail lie feared military by while ttis lioine at l.oj.itn, las! tveeli. Whittle Ii .v il r. 'Ihcv Hrland' to tin- conduct which that it would take. .time, to correct the I'r. Status as I'ltitetl . folloAett. phvaieian, with twelve a He hits is the Mm of a tvi,lu-.vyoHllif here ai ' tit pre iiicn in black mi t il her side. lichind ho is to observe tlurine- - military occu- inisapreheusion find that., nil hot!:: h of the Cuban insurbrother lio is itle.ent i rout home In I fever of cases blltM tlie that hent, I'nite States projtosed ii hearie were s'ln ycih'W gents iJt pation. fin j; hi yoni!injf sheep. They tr'.e.t tu reao.i him ocmiuo-'itto in addition to two stopects, white, the of a erect wherthe first "The elicit cairi.t-o'military Mowers. city The earryiii': time to attett.S the lni.i-r.nthe town is ripe for aii't iiidcmn' were and cupation of the enemy's territory is the ever the I'nite States forces overcame relatives l.ont.liIiiu;' The rniniiii; eshihit whlelt wai rethe Spaniards. and llio Janeiro are eoiisidered then tiie The line of ve- soverance of the former political for the mining (inreMi, will in the fever brecdine; centers in hicles was tlie hinecsf. ever seen here. lations of the inhabitants and the Cuba, this gentleman said, would all likelihool le mailt! pennanetit. the world, ddie town lacks establishment of a new political power. have to read and absorb tlie intent of every sanThe mill her of the Keel eiris is serThe Salt l.nke tiiiniiisr I'M'lionife ha inthe presidents message and abide by it itary feature at in best, mil now, iiD'cetcd. She was only told 1'nder thin ohanired condition the taken the in.. Met lip nt the instiinee of after two limn! lis aieije, leaving il dirty iously in they perform so Inns' if the people hoped or expected to see habitants, Unit one of her had lost her asked tvhu have letnliii(f I'liniit); in oi, and repeUant, it is a veritable pcht llieuniil the searehiii-,their duties, are entitled to security in real peace iu a short time. If the arrived parly th it spaee for the exhibit ha uia.ta In hole. The aw fut st reiiehes that arise w il Ii he bodies. The (irst new s had their persons and property and in all president's advice was adopted there the ininiii!,' e xehane Imiltlliii; and eholie ilNt from the streets man in her. and when the whole the private rights and relations. It was no reason why every Ituli'iitril. or l.nyne, as lie is known, one. Nocordiai in inline,! has the truth daw ucd bs the duty of the Cuba within the will, therefore, her her. condition protection of the upon the limit ho isim jumI fntin SherilT i commander of the army of occupation military authorities of the (nited this odor from one's W LIS llii is! pi power to ie. Vel.er throat. itml llepitly llarrttp of to proclaim in the most public manner States should not have the freest pos, NOTHING TO EXPLAIN. The city of Santiago is a typical eonnty, has heen ai'restetl at that we come not to make war upon sible opportunity to to prosper and lie Jil.tho, When he the inhabitants of Cuba, nor upon any they might lis well make up their tropical place, witli narrow, crooked .erin-tiiNo In ft lemlly Act lit ('tiiiiiiitttt-,was haiiilenlTeil ami hail hia feel lieil Itreets. and low, one storied dwellings . party or faction mining them, but to minds that they were not to have an tillmiller ri home belly. How ha freetl nd stores. Manv of the houses are them in their ho mes, iu their opportunity to act unjustly towards protect iicriiii, July himself in not known. and iu their persona! ttieir lormer enemies. itui't'ocd and nuiitted vit.h startliiiL' Wort It lieruian la.ette. referring to the employments and religious rights. All persons whe The In id y uf a man, supposed to he eulora, aUy blue and vivid shades of st t t ateiucii's hut Icrmany hits assured either Kxptisitlon. U. Cloud, former resi- (freen predoiuinatiti'f. that of tiunr-fThese, with tilts by actlvild or by honest subOmaha. The follow ing spe-a- l ;Hecrctary Hay that the action attrib- il. July United the with of of red tiles roof ami the of the dent St. quaint uted to Admiral von lliedriehs is un- - mission, Sprinville and later for been an have days August States in its eiforts to Oeorjfi". htm been fon ml on tho deert feraudas. show evideiici a of past picuiithorized; that the ( lerman govern- nounced: tn III. in ...nil. t II St ii.iw.ks. tint vc rv t h tor is tuivv ill benedeient this . Steno'i-raphermeut repudiated responsibility for it, ttM Il day. August and ileeav, aimi .. panv with a Mexican, who Ir aunnonetl a state of dilapidation Iowa Kuights of Pythias August a.luiU-u. bis can, . would tin; iMt ,.iii'l in liioa l.i.l,al liiiii. Jin has a famil , tl.B uiLv lo account sir. s' 'jAugust i'l lied Men's 1 1, ........ I.. e nf lb-- . Iimli-!f 'I h.. im.. t.. t ....... I ,., . !..,.... '.... day. ' ire not aw are Unit the govern 4 August 11 Tennessee Ked Men's e beautiful the and oin I 'absolute tali. ruins, (.omer lo has suol to incut day. make auy any reason 'e now utterly t.eg- P"blio l A petition to thts Hoard of August 1.1 St. Joseph day. nr similar explanations. So far noth lectetl. August la Husiness aud" Fraternal for the release of Pr. J. II. Harrington, is here of known lug ollleiftlly any tin associations day. to do so. seuten.etl to one year's iiitprisouincut GERMAN ADMIRAL APOLOGIZES. friendly action on the part of Admiral uooe.saury August IS 'Texas day. i the rule of conduct of the "While in tho Cache county jail nt the April von lliedriehs or any ships of the tier- August '.'."i Siou.x City day. commander chief will W in ami tnr Asked tiet American Him term of court is hcin circulated and Dewey I tillt'il stitli-August VT liohemiun day. iti.tu s pi.tdron toward the United n itl War, bo such a.s has just been defiued, it August, lid Missouri day. very widely signed around Logan, is of States. Neither kno.vn anything will be his duty to adopt measures of Hongkong, July'-'u-. - Admiral Iew-e'The doctor's health is such that It ii (.itiititaiiauiii Not in ( upitu'atltin. sent a messenger to the ilenuan admi- Sny complaint having been made bv a different kind, if unfortunately, tho Madrid. July VO. General Tarrcja. fearetl he may not mid olve for the full 'The Americans. German government ral recently to luitiiie whi ther Amercourse of the people should render the term, and as he was imprisoned during Spanish commander nt Gaunta-namo- . ica and nTinanv lire at pence or w ar. has never been pla. etl in the position such measures indispensable to the refuses to be included in the a protracted period prior to the trial, cMi'llill." to If they arc at pence, be ileit'ttnded that maintenance uf law and order. Ilo of Santiago tie Cuba. it is believed the ends of justice have "capitulation" the German war, hips here pursue a will then possess the power to replace DEFENSELESS TORTS. been .served. According to Spanish military law a . If they arc at war uifiercnt. cottr-cor expel the native officials, in part or I'ominandcr can surrender the troops I hc (iovernor Wells has offered a reward he wanted to know it. so he could gov- ili:ii-- i OulDtf lo im eminent altogether, to substitute new courts w hich he personally commands, but hc of S.CiO for the rapture, of llslbert Me-- ern himself iirritetiiui. of his own c instruction for those til l t cannot accordingly. , oblige other commanders London. Jul v : ! lure, who is w an tod In San Jnun very tiling is done now exist, or to create such new oi Admiral Pewcy was promplcd to distant points, even though under his to the whereabouts of Admiral county for cattle and e keep lead this peremptory by the supplementary tribunals as may be authority, to follow suit. Consepient-ly- . and who escaped from the custody of uctton of the Get in o ii cruiser Irene in auia-- a s si jini'i on a secret, but theie necessary. it is held here that the "capitulais no doubt be is at otlicers in that county on or about ' While it is held to be the arthttgeua, w hieh right ol tion" only comprises about TUuO troops preventing an insurgent attack upon Is June , H'.iS. McCluro is a the stfest and strongest port of the Spanish gurrUoii at Subig buy, the coiiipieror lo levy contributions actually at Sautiago. Mexican, with black eyes and black which The inSpain iu tin- Mediterranean. displeased him. greatly upou tlie enemy and to apply proceeds I tall hair; red, round face, stout build, about to Salt. Admiral von lliedriehs, iu command habitant.-.- , however, have a strong reto defray the expeuse of the war, this S feet 8 or 9 inches in height, weighs of the German 11, t t in the I'ncieiue. re publican tendency. All the Spanish Han '.'0. Orders have such 1'rancisco, Is he within to exercised July right about 1T0 pounds, Is about "1 yearn turned an answer which was a polo-reie hurrying si way from Cadi, limitations that it may not savor of been issued by Major General Merriam old, has good teeth and is vary itiiek In tone, and was ! w in .: to the know ledge most of that n lint satisfactory, contiseatiou. 'The taxes and duties directing the troops designated for the s spoken; very illiterate, can read a lit- terwards he sent to Admiral Lewey a the I'tiii-- on the fortilicatloiis are Kio Janeiro to embark Friday afterpayable by the Inhabitants to the Mexhis tle and sign name, talks good iu coiiscit.einv of the corruption note, saying that be objected to the former guveruinent become payable to noon, and directing her to sail Saturican. nf the goi "fit meiit departments It, Americans stopping ships the military occupant, unless he sees day. Sixty otlicers and 'i'titi men have Lieutenant Ilashiell at Tort I'otiglas which have hecu iu the is a of that similar stale iit.d once lit to substi'ute for them other rates been assigned to the Ilio Janeiro, inbay has received a letter from Captain been visited. th ee exists at many other ports. The cluding many ollicers of Major Genera1 or modes. The moneys so collected th, now at Lyon of the Tw ent t. ii ltd east sides of I'.a rcc!omi are 'The Herman sh't s have made a pracOtis' staff, who were left behind; to be u.',i for the purpose of payare Atlanta, (la., telling of th wounded tice of coming into Manila and then w, H protected, but the north sid is Otis and start', two batof the the goverurueut expenses ollicers of the regiment. talions of the South Hakota volunteers, Captain niakin t ; ips on tid c the buy, cruising practically undefended, us are several ing the military occupation. under lo,". ollicers and men of the I tub vol-- i Itrereton received two llesli wounds, .'among the islands and In of the northern port s of pa in. 'M'riviCe property taken for the use untecr men artillery, and one in the arm sud one iu tb calf of two or three di, t s I lia returningcon- (ierimtu when for of the signal corps. posof the amy is to be paid trtlil ICI." l t lit he liol. the leg Captaiu Uncut was woniided llelitlott s th.it u o xhonhl not tic and it'.! ll!;iOII Jul V .'.'. 'I'll follow in g sible in cash, ut a fair valuation, Monterey Has Iteaeiieil .MnuiU. in both groins and a bullet is still iu is not possible Stopped after the til's, lime. cash in when upavment has been flout eived Admiral report his body. Colonel Liscutu had both Washington. July VI. According to WILL STAY AT SEQUOIA. ti receips are lo be given. the calculations of the navy departthe collar bone and shoulder blade "All ports and places in Cuba which ment, Admiral a Te-- I in Uctr-1 i u I the Maria fur s, tsti'tl 'TVogri in lulo shattered by a bullet, while Captain t'uvsliy sitip Uewey's licet at Cavite rc-the i, at nier. may be in the actual possession of our should by this time be reinforced e ci 'Uipltu v Laws hutTcrrd a flesh wound iu the Very k.iI 'sin ty to i be will opened fan Uranciseo, July JO, Tlie Utah thlri'.s the shio w arm. Captain Lyon was wounded in the coast de''eii"-vessel Monterey, s.b'y be raised 'and an naval forces us nations, on neutral for will leave the all of c'-'ih eom:iie,vc Se.pio'a pass cavalry resmi hiy next. N, he hip. All tiie men are doing well. which, with the collier Kruttis. has we'i as our own, in articles not contra- now been about August .", and go into csntp there for II, 'ai'd of ice' the oi tier si, :p. twenty days out from The highest salary paid any otllccr in of the prethe summer. There tu v? nit u in the band of iiniuin i tlie llellia upon payment i Honolulu. With the addition of this Kane county is too, which is paid the command, of which .'' live mounted. iu be may scribed ru i's of duty vwh w i' e rai.e.b pr, dsi iiiy tine nun powerful monitor. lVwvv will tinniomi'cd men will a t as She county clerk. The sheriff gets only Tl force at the time of the importation. ieir. erntnt "ontma m ler be amply able to take care of himself and cu .tei! ei s. 'The itis,tn. bury, Sail, from which it is Inferred that the r1' ( W ii.iam Mt'KiNi is about I.'i miles, and it wilt be cov Signet. In. oi, lit, g tin S1IV01S. so long as the naval fort, in the Philsupei 'The entire citizens are all of War, ered in a'uuit three weeks The boys vl .inc. lie w 'by older of the Secretary I,'!:.; of the vt ssels on ippines maintain the relative proporsalary list of the county official are beconiin rc.s.nciVd to their failui e t he General" H i t of leu Adjutanttions they now tccupy. irtiv S :t! I.t he front. of bell. amounts to only ."i a year. In r Mr. I I. Cuba, S),,,,, Am. Ve si t., lug C'ajittireil The defense in the Maxwell esse, the YELLOW FEVER REPORT. MAN OJ f iVAKTIAL TURAL, Wash ne!, u),, inly p.). The first Spanof tin I Springville bank robber, will be an ngtoll, J u'.v ! l in Ctila by thu XVl.telv Spn-tiSitliul- - .1 I list III' !t attack on the validity of theeight-juret at ish I'licagcinen! o! !!:e );,,, pr Ammo; the Troup., I'm I rrrllurv. ,1 l Slur! the wat American reached law, A jury of twelve will be demand erasv Man.rti'illo hitie hist I n has iT.l XI till. eived. Madrid. July XV The evening papers '1 he ;',',-!ed, and as there is no provision In tho of hc U il depnrtmmit. It. o ils consigned to Gen-e- i Washington. July VL Or. Green-leaf'al l orbin, who displayed it to view M ;.,t state constitution for such, it can not nrre- make the announcement that the ton, Helena, last report to Secretary Aler cabinet council veste day was occtt be granted. des.' t ii 'ed on the brick ,,f achair in hisollice. Tho from the American camp nt Santiago auip.o ,u'k ami I ''MulaU.'.. of sftnti.u:o up. ui tiie hit'h-i"flag is a srim'I one. measuring only came it mi V'1 Ed. Egan. who broke ail at Ofdi-ot e, four yesterday afternoon and was to about tv-- !", four feet, anil is partly the ctl'ect that while the exptcssed great gnnbo.,:s and f"i:r last week has been recaptured. He ie ( "Us,,,; :. yellow fever in had Torsi 'rP','"w t,IRl General am t.c ;i t .ons ,e constructed i.f alteap material. It was was widely spread among the troops, would hare been allowed to leave the n I'nlted it was very mild iu form. niilitary ,iu nsioti of It la state unmolested if he had not hired a captured by ciiupany H. 1" This t an Atiiei rig from Corey I'.ros., to enabio hint the province iu the sitiritidcr. When in w as hm t. as tint Elites iiifuntrv. ifK'iiUr General Uuilield. who has been suf to escape, which he failed to return. detatis have been reert led, tiie ntlest ion is a ra..', 0( the Kirst lri!.le fering from the disease, was 'eel kept at of range of Hie l.t'.e '.'.1 w 1'iicral u court id of Torai reported a waa ttntrt ease of (ixxl riddance, but he it4i It ye otid d!rjsj, short lit 'erics to be improving. Fifth army corps. be submitted did not appreciate it. . I'l'lH.-- . I. Ii .111 l y, 'Mil it t snl Aliier. A gang of liors thieves are. npsrnt-in- j Knur Tons cf Klnii.tike Gnhl, CHAP VI K OF TKACr PIES. stcnii.sh:i Marseilles, July ". IV. Tha preva Id Salt Lake county, Va.:riiu.;n. Seattle, Wash., July VI. -- The Nortl (luring last which has July 'IWU I Htl hang-just arrive,! here ta ports lence of week eleven horses were stolen. The is the pnuiiinent American 'Trading fever Min.l. II. typli;,i Transportation on" the suhiact now fngasi"lf t!ie ' teu,ion 1,1 company's stsamer Koanoaae has nrofficers believe the horses will be having sighted mi July l'b M ( o'.uuileis. Jit' com Mrs, of Tunis, the Spanish de.-coast the at bunched at some common point and are M cases Camp rived here from St. Michaels. Alaska i I M.trthn A II wife of R I'o' l Alp.drWen out of the state, whers they manded by Admiral Camara Myer hospiwl. Vw deaths have with Vo passenger and about four f 'I 'lnl' o liltletlt !..- o pHal'sar As the steam r passed tlie battleship been re vricl u the r;,!"1 two days and tons of gold, w hich, reduced to dollars may b disposed of at less ruk. "i.tv Co a a ;i ;!''. an P"!d a of smoke is column v.iddeu'.y IVlsyo l" amounts to between a million and a it is re;..rv,i thst in0 re ,,3V' Ony Verbeck rode from San Juan sued from her and from the fact Gist tirow ucd Ti ', s chief t the CirBrd. furred, half and tw-- million, "f this amount 0 nr., oounty to Uietilleld, a distance of K.'i a cruiser had to lake the I'i n 'u e in diiilgh'er. ag.'d arr t a says thin the fault lies prince the Canadian Hank of Commerce had miles, to enlist iu llattery C, and was tow, it Is evident that, the most f. r li on. d t t on tlie a young power f ? wo,,:J ..lion ounces, and the North Ameriear Informed that he was too late when he T;'oy wit, !;v .eu. a e n: n d , e 1.. f'.tl warship bcione;-iiito s,,u;M ,;l wedding driuk ot'serve and Is a lis Iscur th,, returned, miur who been damaged, but the extent of the The silici-iTrading ,r Transportation company we'.'ol In- lly on Ihe lBl,r n,c he 3o,tKHl ounces. water, The passengers wen works on ths bm alo'-the Colorsdu Mrs of tmud liaveiu. res 'tig in bsr damage Is not know n, sld, ttre not be much typhoid. mostly successful prospectors. rlva. tsktag tier life. I imm mm shafter nil, psi-- : it.l-.n- F.lifl;-- i ijlit WAR- ati'l Hut ..hi I ii .fi.rt frroiu 'lu.lral Tin- - ,na. y 1 t b HO A h fj III DEWEY STOPS A GERMAN SHIP WITH A HLL. tlie tl n'r Old", tiring I W lll Hi . M.-- fr ,1 l'Uiik i.ti Inui tho I)ru-.- X M AT MANILA. CLASH UTAH UTAH MURRAY. LU'INES. THE IN tia.", has ci s'ripej w avr or genera. 's I i is in charr e of nuuiiiet of sold b, el, of tire fit h : civil Bilt, tic HI preserved. At noon Sunday, J ii v 17, the formal surien ler of tiie c: ty occurred. At 9 o'clock the Spm.'.sh roojis laid down their arms l et ei i, American lines. lieneiai S.'.aftT :tn t he American and divisioi; an ! their sts s '.v ei'e es orV'i by a troop of cavalry, ru.tl looier Torai and hi staff ' I 'r.i. V rtw--s. r 10 Trumpeters 'U picked me n bolll sides b.till'ed w il ii l'oiirishes. General Sliuftcr returned to delieral Torai the latter's sword, a 'der it had been handed to the American commander. uir trooprs, liimd up at the trench.s, were eve witnes-t-- s of the i by I oereni'Uiy. General Shafter and his escort, accompanied by General Torai, rode through the city, taking forma! possession. 'The city bad been sacked by the Spaniards before they arrived. At the palace elaborate ceremonies took place. I:ae! ly at noon tint American flag was raised over the palace and was saluted by twenty-ongnus by Captain apron's battery. At. the same amis in outtime all the regimental line played "'The Star Spangled banner," after which President MeKinley's congratulatory telegram was read to each regimen A vast ci i'lirse of !IU)''0 people witnessed the stirring and thrilling scene that will live forever in the minds o! all the Amen-unpresent. On the loof of tlie palace stood Captain MclC.ttrrek, Lieutenant Miley and Lieutenant Wheeler. Immediately above them, upon the llngsialT. w as the illuminated Spanish arms and the legend, "Viva Alfonso Mil." As the chimes of the old cathedral rang the hour of ) !, tlie infantry and oavalry presented arms. Uvery American uncovered and Captain McK'ittriek hoisted tho stars and stripes. As the brilliant foids unfurled in. a gentle breeze against a fleck-lessky, the cavalry band broke into the strains of "The Star Spangled lianner." making the American pulse leap and the American hoart thrlil with joy. At the same instant the sound of the distant booming of Captain Caprou's battery, firing- ft salute of twenty-on- e guns, drifted iu. When the music ceased, from all directions around our line came floating across the plaza the strains of the regimental handsund the muffled, hoarse cheers of our troops. . fL . t t . oil iniauiry came to 'order arms moment later, after the Hag was upi and the band played "Pally Pound t Flag, Hoys." Instantly Captain called for three cheers for General Shafter, which were given with great enthusiasm, the band piuying Sousa's "The Stars and Stripes " GCNFRAL TORAL. being that many in the capitulated dislie informed the otlicers that Santiago harbor had again been mineiJ since Admiral Cervera left. trict, of Surrender. At;re.-iiien- Washington. July 1(1. 'The agreu ment entered into between Torai and Shafter is as follows: First 'That all hostilities shall cease, pending the agreement of final capital latiou Second 'That the capitulation in- elude ail the Spanish forces and tho surrender of all w ar material within the prescribed limits. Third- - 'The transportation of troops to Spain at the earliest possible mil-- , ment. each force to be embarked at the nearest port. Fourth 'That the Spanish ollicers shall retain their side arms and the en listed men their personal property, Fifth That after the final capitula tion the Spanish forces shall assist in the removal of all obstructions to navigation in the .Santiago harbor. Sixth That after the final capitula-ciothe commanding ollicer shall furnish a ootnplete inventory of all arms and munitions of war and a roster o( all the soldiers in the district. Seventh That the Spanish gs?neral shall be permitted to take, the military archives and the records with him. Mightli That all guerillas and Spanish irregulars shall be permitted to remain in Cuba, if they so elect, giving a parole that they will not again take, up arms against the United States unless properly released from parole. Ninth That the Spanish forces shall to march out with all the "e iioiiois oi a nr. ocpositung ineir arms, to be disposed of by the United States in the future, the American commissioners to recommend to their government that the arms of the soldiers be returned to "those who bravely defended them." ( I -- ! red-tile- , For-nver.- HI horse-stealin- nics-ag- . 1 half-bree- -. . itsc-Ic-- s- rifty-thre- ... The oeremony over, General Shafter and his staff returned to the American lines, leaving the city hi the possession of the municipal authorities, subject to the control of General McKibben. The Thirteenth and Ninth regiments of infantry will remain in the city to enforce order and exercise municipal are to authority. '1 he Spanish for sneamp outside of our General Torai, the white-hairecom- mander of the Spanish forces, appeared to be utterly heartbroken. He spoke bitterly of tho fate w hich compelled him to sue for peace but had no word to say against the gallant men who con, niered his armc .. .lb. ,t..,.i, . ......i , . . . , . FORTO Wi t ho R1CAN CAMPAIGN. tiitll Vigorously Falls. '. tn Juan Washington, July H. lie fore the week is ended it is probable that United States troons will have effected a landing near Sau Juan. At a conferdice of tiie president and his advisers it was today decided that there would be no relaxation of the campaign, but the enemy would be pressed at every point in order to hasten peace, Sampson's heavy ships will bombard the city and cover tho landing of the soldiers. A force large enough to rap-ha.,,..s i,. ...: . w :n tmh. i.. i . - hi.. fine-- . i, i .nr , d ,.,.,, . . ,, e ' v-'"- A" , r- - y- -s .!, il i t t git-tl- cel -- 1 i . 4' -- ; f ctuti-ce- It ! ! ; const-.tln.- , '''i''"', i i ;' j com-pun- lili-.l- ,xr i t f j,,; v i 'I.'' lr -- i , stir-k'eo- or M..i.nn r astt.k. pantiaoo. 1 , iK'inn-ci- i l lo-- to riin.porlHtl.in if Sj.bhI.Ii Soldlrrs. Santiago tie Cuba. July stream Washington, July IS. Unless present Of refugees has been pouring into the plans miscarry the Spanish soldiers at city, some naked and all hungry and Santiago will sail for Spain on July 25 The town of Santiago is a - this date has been fixed by the war dismal sight. M.M f the houses have 'department. It. was announced that been sacked and the stores have all Hi depart ment had iWld-i-- i ( ..W t oeen looteii an, .i nothing to ent. can be for bids from for companies steamship had for love nor money. In tlll streets th transportation of the. prisoners to of the city thi-- . morning. t .(,,. ,.. their native land, and will treticltinents. at the breastworks and be Issued next week. proposals The contract, at every nun. Ire! feet orsoof the ir it is understood, will also include the ed wire fence were the livi subsistence of the men tig sae: during the rey of foot-sor- i.i Spanish soldiers. Don't W ant ,. cH,t, ,u, 1, 11,1,11, 1,,',. i " i ue i. i.c run corri pondent of the Intily News, uggesting the possibility that frit li, hi ween the foreign otliee and thi dmiralty has been led to by the Iren incident. says: Nothing, I kn ..V ; s .v. lv. would be more in. onveiirent and disagreeable to the German cabinet than trouble wit), t!u, I ;.0 Sl lti,v , ,( ( , .er Hum .uani.a ,s goiuw the rounds of i. ... I,.. mc piM iUTIi, ri'liCll.ltl grossly f the savai-erxagerated the rein. l Tro-il,!,- , y the insurgents " Volunteers j to t nihurS. ran Cisco, July it. -- The UUh 'ilihi of volunteer artlilcty has iiiencci onieis to be readv to embark on the Pi,. Janeiro witliou, delay. They consist of lt.ij officer anl men, Lieutenant Wedgwood comiuan-i-'JgHe is. however, too 1,1 to go. No vue has as yet Urn .signed in his They arc about to get a new of four pieces At present tuey have only two The heavy bag- '(? of this battery wss packed to-- I 'ttry . If ull ' 'y.