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Cedar Rapids Daily Republican (Newspaper) - October 1, 1898, Cedar Rapids, Iowa CEDAR RAPIDS DAILY REPUBLICAN VOL 26 1 1808 XO 184 from all con hours and that tlo the ol ed nlU begin al auy time after or expiration of thai to Attempts at at Th Inner August anJ a dy was Mine date to Da e that ibe were de p of for of wounded rick women and the bw i a formal Ji on He 11 Diy apJ made II o withdraw his lie ine I but be same lime favors In this 1 COL been il ito date of my or lure There was some ground the i rouble the Insurgents TIE lo the fact that they bud not n permitted to enjoy the Lut 1 nm of opinion that oos before ibe opa were visible t if chat LUC of trumped Sa the key by Shi raJ io la early 3 of the lo were iiy lo the to nto auJ at oue lime a nu ia in col- w 10 flro each No u i u Iff red by he of here they TANNER MOT Tl 1 111 iX In j query fron tie io he to ai after re- N 1 On the contrary ihn Saturday made I 200 000 of by a 1 ir dcr ubd haJ all na tho for Account of uid Surrender ol T l Array of Occupation th About that Oils nil for tbe Better i in Cotton GRIAT FOB SOLDIERS IU Their and Jj k c TROUBLE WITH INSURGENTS J t Cm Thrj J flute HOUSE TO BE SEIZED TRADE IS VERY FIRM wna upon the ou tho on Ihc rt of the and it ot j th ai liy nol bs lit nt n ta The y cf ilit staled that tie ga ol That t e demand could urK lie Lut concluding his report rr It declares his Indebtedness fur e success of thn io the pace division Ambers of his staff and hla Ho commends It P Ilrlsa- C er General Babcook Major Whipple cKin cy Far fiom Wilh J m Action ol a n had ibe ui of wai ont said he rj d received an telegram from be he done 10 e anil acd thai u point he waa io The difficulty acy W cstr aid ton over the o he thr to at for riot by ji The the i ilia lo Up o the il Output of Pig Iron BALL GAMES HAV TAKES THE Cilice aL Ky SepL c rain fr Si Lo ilo Sept i ncd on of U J f IX The re HP tors played n nine Ii game which was -A lie tn It UK di i 13 i to civ U 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 10 o d and v c yuil Warner n Md Sept In it rst Orioles r reo runs to the and nm ex- li t at hat as iho was second i o ame was i win iu z bkh were eveu a 11000013 r u 5 r 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 3 anj Clarke and Smith u n b rooklyn 4 0 and Dunn and Ryan 7 3 IJO free bains von today's fame Score H 11 K 04 7 2 100000200 3 J Nichols CROP iS A BUMPER nl il we him is fjr by nay of lions Konp on our lor the that it could In the opinion of T ic ai und lead to a Hio situation wilh no reaiiH favorable to us U agreed and c olf thai an should to l Any the extreme of Spanish uo in the ons al Ibat time occupied by our r which with its flack on the a tapen was entirely open o the fire f i le navy All troops were n oMl OTV on the al ar tatly hour l n l About 3 a m nur leol for- c iard from and opened a ho i accurate fire of beaky find on the sea Hank of the at magazine forl while aL he same time the Ulali n Of i I Ion in our near i groat Al on a prearranged the nary firing and j Jy a light line ot skirmishers from he 1 Co of Greene's brigade passed over the trenches nnd rapidly forward with another line from the regiment from the It flank of our earthworks up the beach In open oner 1 olh lines Ihc ponder magazine fort nnd flanking it deserted hut as they passed over the works they were met by a fire from Ihc second line In the street of Malate hy which n number were killed and wounded among others hoins the 10 pulled the colors on the fort raised cur own The on the second line nave way to nctl ol anil thai his Ma late over he bridge to occupy and San as in his In lie meantime the of advancing simultaneous y cn tLe road a very sharp Cue coming from the b hoi trenches and woods In his 1 positions which It waa ry to carry In tlie condition of Iho ground on o tlie roud the hewy the With much were overcome wilh a and advanced held the and town o Malale Articles of Surrender 1 Tlic Cily of Manila was now in o r walled town loil sli Lilly ihc entry of ou 1 roo LI Into Main c flag r is 9 p un he Lieu 1 tenant Colonel C A or blafT and Liculennnt n ling Ad ni iral 1 were sr n 3 ore to the 1 soon y foi lowed al once to palace i L- where Hie lire v agreement of terms u e wsm signed by the capla i a and This a was subsequently Incorporated nt e he formal terras ot as ar n ranged hy officers representing 1 i k iwo L- Immediately after tbn r t Ihc on the sea froa hauled down and the America s flag displayed hy the guns c I ic navy The Second Oregon reR n cut had by sc from was disembarked and c sacred he walled onn rts provost guar v nnd thr colonel was lo rccc i arms them r places if The town was fi ci with troops of Ihc meiny y from the Iml Hie wo of proceeded ar Protest Irom Spanish in Merrill again t rf cf he American 3 some length and then details ihp Inn ih of the military ill of Manila hy the a-J ic On Iho sixteenth a containing Ihc of the preside n directing WAS received by rar a tlic time nn order to IT a tlic to Ihc iy tics which was done at once T nrl In 1 irom om In regard to the Ira ot the then lah to on the ground lhat Ihc proc a m- was prior lo Uic nil To this 1 replied the sta on 1110 In which we left with of hostilities was that ex Ing at Ihc line of tho receipt by of ihc and that 1 m ack upon the of the fun delivery was made under p hat After the Issue of my and the establishment of my uld military governor I btd direct to ll u are Able lu Travel S li Will st Crop Tor V Small In Hank FIRES CONTINUE href Hundred ol Seething Flame on Rocky Mountain Kaage Colo Sept The can no hone for oa e western nna cjw are by forest l bere lj nu indication l jln and this only e to stay the flames fury n county high winds ivc prevailed a impetus l i the forest that arc jo No of is reported All u anic Is leaving country anil i frum Ihc and heal of the 1 laz OK woods t that North nod 3 i mass of Ihc fire has cut a swath from River almost to In the of Ouray ut so had as several previous the may the 1 nj into life nl any minute j are working lown the mountain side toward iho own At Gannison Crested Hit le and the are still reports show that the ire nearly miles in circumference with Glenwood for ri every mountain rangi with timber The only of fire is reported from and where tho flames consumed everything that will hum oa mountain Washington Sept report oil Major Mm ol operations Manila is as made lie war today UL Is dated ou board the transport 11 Aflur of his embarkation nnd at Manila and of there te says in j V Conceal command encamped ou a ol sandy lam parallel 10 the shore of iho not from the beach lull twing to the great of supplies tho greater portion of the loree had shelter lenla only ami wure suffering many discomforts ilic belin situated In a low flat plate without shelter from the heal ol ironical suu or adequate prelection during Ihc terrific downpours ol rain EO frequent this I wad at PIHC stiuck by the spirit ol the patient even cheerful endurance by the and men under Euch and this feeling ol admiration has Increased with every phase of the aud Tying campaign The Filipinos were it the time of dy arrival in force pro not far from men These troops well sn pi lied with small anus plenty of and several field guns had obtained positions of Investment opposite to ihc Spanish line ol entire Merritt ben speaks of accomplishments previous arri val and As General did not visit me on my arr val his serf fees as a subordinate military leader nnd as my instructions from the president fully contemplated the occupation ol the by Iho American land forces and Mated U aL powers of military occupation arc absolute and supreme and immediately upon political condition of Ihc 1 did not il wise lo direct with the 1 should be in possession of the Cily ol Preparations For Attack For these reasons preparations attack on the city were military operations conducted reference to ol insm gent The difficulty in ga 60 avenue or approach lo the Span line laj in Ihc fact of my to ask to withdraw the beach nnd Calle Heal FO ihi move forward They overcome by to If Ihc Insi brigadier commander in his to move to Ilic right the American ted control of the roads In the r front Sn was ma 3 end Green's brigade litre forward heavy output line on Cal Heal and beach anil trench In which a portion ol the ol the Utah wore Th observing this activity n our part mane 1 very sharp atlan Infantry and on Ih night ol July HI The behavior of m during this was a could be desired 1 have In io the taken o to command by name who d social Tor to duct In he affair Our position v find sifter Ih repeats a s attacks our considerable In wounded nnd kl cd while Ihc losses of the owing lo the darkness could cot The of night fighting n heavy or outpost ctu y It Imperative lo Orcc troops wh arrived In transports on the 3 of July The difficulties of this ope tlon can hardly he niat Transports were at anchor off miles rom n point on Iho where 1C was o disembark men squalls accompanied Roods of rain raged day niter d and only to get Che troops a nshore was to them r Into native light or move opposite the romp an Lark them through Ihc n srr boals or by running lighters o the beach Upon assembly of 1 In support of Green's about men fn o n and I he lime had conic Under date ot Angus agreed to my suggestion eend a joint letter lo tto capl bin Sept The cabinet today was devoted largely j j of detail In with j LC of the will i sent lo Cuba U Is understood Hit j about October 5 The of Uic Spanish e ims at is o ory to the president il tid he has decided lo take i I 1 LC HIP re al an early HIE and administer Its affairs under 1 LC regulations by Ibis L wore given until further In and TO order bin lo any of Uie ll in njd lo hnj ihu a The governor of labor in -1 jr io take The of our L las to If 1 have the power loj hue l Som of Veterans are from era Klein They nil bi a ih here and inio ihc taic York Sent G Dun ot issued will Failures In Scj timber have and for kJUL This a smaller in in this year t- ire for ny ihc fall of lotion to iho for While tho in continues as been no notable decline the reduction in having 1 largor The demand for boots and shoes ocres a liule belter In minor a in tin and not indicate a while is nig iron firm everywhere iti p tc of the output Car vork U heavy and there re no signs of a in demand rents but on ay sharply clowns 2 cents for the week The usual ot not change relief hat the be the largest ever Crown While the west arn holding back their grain of prices western are now running even extraordinary movement a ycar Failures for the week In ihc United Eln cs were 135 against 131 year Indies to provide it Is i tve of Porto n advance of Cuba Lee 10 be The war Investigation commission RE decided to ask Lcc lo Wheeler In giving testimony og nude against ihc var anil suggested nexi as the date he co will be on and will be aboni im Le Santiago campaign The continued the csam of Ihc Ihc of some of 1 icni mil sane lo Hay Takes I lie Colonel John liny WHS sworn Into t ic office nf of stale at 11 this morning Th ceremony took I ace in the room in t The was tered by ol Ihc liar his In the regular Friday Home the Sick The war department lias Ihc The president has given ons nil the iL te sent as soon na able to iravo the being to llrooke of the of the sick and at Ihc t tot enable men to receive ohia In hotter home These men will be cd aa In the cases of those front and about TOO leave ay on the Heller find Missouri Retires Rear Admiral Montgomery president of the board charged with of officers for gallantry Turin jr the was retired today hating reached the age of C2 tins unler thn the his place at ibe of hoard Lawton's Keport cases of all kinds 522 total sick deaths Paul Vincent Slates Volunteer cavalry ever General a Park today reported th toVal number ol in camp fron he arrival he regulars April 1 lo date 125 volunteers and one res lar Report froin Gen 1 The waa at th wa r rl m en t ay from cue ra ftt The Obdam v with 101 ini c nnd s Another from llrooke fo v five FIRST LIEUTENANT H V 1 volunteer engineers JAS T Fir L volunteer an strangulated c hospital malaria A 1S LOUIS N j Nineteenth GOVERNMENT la Ma Jo C SO come to w ask lai the insurgents heard by ihs a ot the lo have w By this rule of that cf rt ihc ihc nci lift for fcur vhi ol ami cf war works of police oj justice police health ot finance agriculture and Industry These are for all Ihc of I ic archipelago of lie in ihc will try to n from Itc 1 of of Ii The of of stale be r dr for 1 for marine and for The of all tif j anil inih fore gn The of 5 study and nil TI to ami of a navy anil ibo on and of terns as may be by u-t government in carrying ta purpose ami The of ivill n 1 to bolh and prelim n-ary for of rom me re a UOLD UP A lit Si Sept A III special 200 held up n Ohio line and Chr ivan The train was sixty imported or at the Pana AT the st guns the to unload nod started lo march to Tower Hill and to diem back to miners wore handkerchiefs over when they heltt up the only a Is to ba on Ihc in Tower Hill to A crash ih miners Quenched by Main Milwaukee SepL to the railroad offices in this city arc to the effect that forest fires In the Dart of the slate were by a hravy fall of ram ml ooa death is reported Mrs al Two children were seriously burned In to rescue their The loss Is not to a million The heaviest was si at Cumberland where twenty-five families were rendered home ess and a large sawmill plant a quarter of a million was The w res arp down in all directions and part arc slow in Uio Over is New York tomorrow will Though rather juicier conditions in a cf lines of the volume ol business doins Ihc over Is a vr ry cnc smaller -o far as bank would ihan in a year ago IHK favorably periods in all ihc yeara has been a heavy export movement of leading an in the of nearly all lines of iron and steel and continued as o gross lesa i Is noticeable In the price Wheat n bulge early In the week on an undoubtedly good and foreign has down a few cents lower On n the Is likewise noted products aie lower 15 weaker and cotton especially print arc The of the situation In nearly all Uie meUls is an now soing on throughout the country though new business ts juicier pending the on orders already booked shipments for the were bushels against bushel R a rear ago Corn exports CCO last a The clearings of the principal of the Staler for the ere nn uf per cent compared with tho t rear Victories Tha day's of October of lie selling 109 for and was won by The nil en by Tod Sloan finished Sloan won the li anil tea on the T Hereford The also won the on Sloan added the flakes for 2 year olds lo his list ol victories for the day piloting I n first An nil selling plate of IW wds also who road the stables Libra Sloin crowned his surprisingly of by taking the Newmarket Si Ledger slakes o sovereigns with Sir J Miller's HARD AT WORK Work Kepi The United Rules price of n snile of seven rooms on tha groum floor of former liy van ranee io The force of the cr has been acd is busily Ihc spirit of til Is dally rendered Inlo r for the ct the torn m and the same ts wll 1 the Madrid Miny wood en of record and author I of the were and care fully The coin r in held its Ion thi t It Is believed ihc s n arc nnd a f all details of wort which wl up when thr commissions he 1 R n their This was fhc da d t ncc tbc been e of tho n and other ol the rd il lo ulh n places of The lonni Iy the various an to give t of their Inductions whi in tht T of the Spanish c M said to a representative of ihc Ass l- with ihc cor cr No member of our commits on h m fill en Interview antl all whl s have appeared In print as lo 01 r on arc false tiro here ourselves and rally uc a He willing 16 any of our HAY'S TRIBUTE TO BAYARD C SepL The lo K Bayard by nf The news ol Illness to swiftly by Ihc his came upon hi many friends with 1 singular One of the elements cf the romark able which was Hi was always h had the voice and bearing of ft ant anJ his an were of a pure B m ndH lioy His c everything meair or his dia of the in tlie pur 3 of what he thought hi rank of Ihal he was so ready Uj h belief In tho of be ing himself sincere a d these even more than h 1 looks ami gallant gai the imprci'ion irot only of a youn man but one who 1 young H Is hard to think th a limit of three score Am Ic bo tho term of bfl mile and energy Init the line and power of a will survive death In toe cf who him as 3l and example lo who a c him he will live an c during a Commissioners Home c San Cal Th l Gaelic has from th Orient via th from Ih place ol the work We hive done us as in Ibe lime at our am covered the thoroughly we mcst al we will fra 1 work at on our Americans Killed SepL Adv cc Ironi Van Kiy thai fighting 1 al tno Turks n of Armenians from t About fifty were FOR A HEW MILITARY HOSPITAL s c S San Oil Sept The military Trill be wl on land Ky lo the work Irom ron hy i- The TV ill 400 ami r to iTic c- by a skill will be employed to the o Ila The will tor fie of the Pacific of thp the and probably light shown V in southern portion soul utterly Memphis Commercial -A T typical Frenchman Is at mo clearheaded of Utc g nf The he Is worst of He Ma morality attl it j 19 capable uf the highest t- nm the meanest spirit lie loves rt wife iml family yet contracts le He Is of nml nf humor He makes the best or t n poorest In the world lie w s his form of 01 m Ihc for a TH who looks wrH on am ra HID red flas ol for a bar SPAIN WANTS AMERICAN re Places rn t Xew Spain a thit the M the bug er by firmy for on c i s have the n liy the Ha In The late war and replace ih with cf tac p he by the as j firm In who contracted for an to 2 An tho turns a he for uee n the Spanish army as of Army ild to be err plainly heard tha la their Lost Is IE Ohio Bcpl Hen n Tray the ir i Mills who cl appeared from the j hasten uy I police Gray Is a slek man and a nu anil physician are In tendance It was lor a I sc he had mcl loul play as l 0 he had considerable Bid Storm In Michigan Crystal Mich Sept T rain atd that 01 15 Tilled this over 1 m plate evening A large br cfc n house at Paint river m nc R and F to other throughout El on B 7111 art off several lo rietl D C SepL The Dn ol tho 10 the cmmtry will bi Tit the meeting of bishops of the which will be al the university 11 U Is Che Ing will nol the ct a Catholic In Cutia Torto nml Lhc Adm j whom met saw a sunk la to lie re dona were afraid lo KO themselves and mean lo nun Ci who did S Minn Sept 5 D lhat on ot Ihc deployed hy fird this mum 1 03 ten the exception of Majority for nl Toronto Thp majority be throughout tnc cnt rn will not All sD except Quebec lor p Rucci Postponed he 111 Sept All races nt tho lair were postponed until DO ot nlo
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