THE WEEK'S WAK NEWS. A Brief Digest of Operations on Land and Sea. received dlklng the PAST v VEX" iv. Culled Expressly for Header.-, who do Mot Take tin. Daily Papers. A ai. puuch. from Gen. Miles received ;it Washington, July 20, says that a spirited engagement occurred on the 2Hth between Spaniards and Oarret-3'ivs Oarret-3'ivs force in which our . casualties ,vere four wounded. Spanish loss, three killed and ;hirteen wounded. Vauco was occupied, yesterday. Last evening Commander Davis of the Dixie moved into Port Ponce, Porto Rico, followed by Capt. Higginscu with his fleet early this morning. ' Spanish troops are retreating front southern part Porto Rieo. Ponce and port has population of 50,000 now under American Ameri-can tlag. The populace received troops with wild entnusiasm. Navy has several prizes, also seventy lighters. light-ers. Results thus far been accomplished accom-plished withoupche loss of a single life. Washington, July 10, 18;8. Peace terms have been &ent to Spain through the French Embassador, While they leave the Philippine question in obey-iinco obey-iinco they strongly hint that the United Uni-ted States r.'.J-y be compelled to hold every piece of territory over which our flag has been raised, The terms are: Cuba to be freed; Porto Rico to be ceded to the United States: one of the'Ladrones to be ceded to the' United States as a coaling' station. All Spanish Span-ish forces, in the West indies to be withdrawn, with the formal relinquishment relinquish-ment by Spain of her so-creignity over t any possesions among these islands. Washington, July 31. An order was issued from the War department today for the dispatch of an entire army division to Porto Rico. The provisional provis-ional division will consist of fifteen full rcimcnls unci Gen. Wade will have i . command. Four-fifths of the people of Porto Rico are overjoyed at the arrival of pen. Mile's army and two thousand li.rom one place have volunteered to .,ervc with it. Gen. Miles reports that Uuj custom house has already yielded 1 J.0.00 and tequcsts vVar Bureau to .end him National Colors to give to ,litl'ercnt municipalities. San Francisco, Aug. 2. hi reply to ii dispatch received yesterday IVom (ien. Memtt. now at Cavil e. Gen. .sU-i'riam cabled that since the. departure depar-ture of the (low-Gen. of the Philippines Philip-pines live transports. wiih 407 men, worth many millions, said of a newspaper: news-paper: "In all the towns where a newspaper is published every man should advertise in it. if nothing more than a card, staling his name and the business lie is in. Ii does not only pay the advertiser, but it lets the people at a distance know the town in which ou reside is a prosperous community oi busiue-s men. had sailed from this port. Scarcely s had the message been sent before. Gen. Merriam received word from the. War department that Gen. Meniit had asked to have, his command increased from 0.0011 to 50. 000 troops in order to jie able to meet any emergency which (kjnav arise on account of the hostile " iitlitude of Aguinaldo and the insurgent insur-gent forces. New York, Aug.-.- A special to the livening -lournal from Madrid, puli-lished puli-lished in a late edition of that paper, bavs: 'Spain accepts the principal conditions of peace as set forth by the American Government; and only the peace details are needed to ca.u-e all ho-'tilities to cease at once. A peace Continued n paire 4. tut: wEriv.- VA Continued from tii -nt patfo. confer Ub iho n-pvosoniativ,, o the United States. '' London, Aug, ..-The Madrid correspondent cor-respondent of the Daily Unit says. -The oovernment has accepted the principal of the American conditions, but the acceptance will not be made public until enquiries at Washington 011 matters of detail have been settled, iv the preliminar) thus rounding' oil tne 1 basis.'' Chicago, Aug-. 2.-A m Washington to the Daily Xew-s says: The war department has received a cablegram from the Pope expressing tnc keenest anxiety for the safety ol Ute Catholics at Cavite, as information has been received at the Vatican that Aguinaldo and his forces have planned the massacre of them. Immediately upon receipt af this message cablegrams cable-grams were sent to Gen. Mcrritt and Admiral Dewey directing them to take every means available to prevent the insurgents from harming catholics. The receipt of the news has caused much uneasiness here. If an attempt of this kind is made by Aguinaldo, it will surely lead tc conflict between the forces under him and those of the United Unit-ed States. Washington, Aug. 2.-The official.-here official.-here make no concealment of theii apprehension of serious trouble to follow fol-low the exploitaton of our programme in regard to the Philippines. The report of the military and naval commanders com-manders of late have contained warn ir.gs of expected conflicts with the insurgents, in-surgents, and no suprise will be felt at the receipt of news of an outbreak al almost any time. Earnest Keate and wife left Mo:ida to reside inMeadow Valley. Miss. Fellie Woodbury returned from a visit to Cedar City Tuesday. Panaca correspondence arrived t'- late for insertion in last is-:ue. Brigham Jarvis and sol1 arid Wri Baxter are spjrdm a fev days ir. Pine Valley. Prompt settlements of ail accounts 's requested by the Management ef ilie Rio Virgin Mills. Charier Burke was up from Dixie doing do-ing busirets with the stores Wednesday. Wednes-day. Irou County Record. Mrs. Albert lUirlman is in s;;;. ver Reef for tnedicai advice Dr. Walter Keathas the ease in h.ur.i Dr. W:rcr Koau Miiouds lea. in here for Salt Lake iiy on Monday. He will practice his pro,Vs..io,., there. 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