Friday, July 15, 1898

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Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana (XXXXXHXHXXKKXK THE SENTINEL Prints all the News That's Fit to Print. 9 The Sentinel 9 Prints the Truth. <L (kKKXKKKHXHXXMJ-01 KSTAliUSllKD 1833. FRIDAY, JULY 1898. P1JICK TWO CUNTS. For The Hot Weather. 150 Umbrellas. GOODS THAT ARE WORTH OUR PRICE WILL THE FEVER ABATES. Better Condition of Health is Reported From Santiago. HOPEFUL OF PEACE. COMMISSIONTALKINGTERMSOFSURRENDER WASiiixtiTo.1, July war department has posted a dispatch from AsaUtant AdJutanMluueral Uroeulottf, ot Uoneral Miles' staff, as follows: "Sibonoy, July twenty- throe cases of yellow fovor and threo deaths reported within tho ]iost twenty-four hoara. Typo of disease mild. Camp site moved whouovor practicable, Hava taken v mitary precautions to prevent the spread of tho disease." THE COMMISSON TO ARRANGE SURRENDER. WAemsciTorf, July of the nformatton obtainable fr Boat of war Is composed in tho fol- owlnji cablegrams: Tlayn, Ilalrtnlri, .Tnly 15, Secre- tory War, bebalf of tho United Satoa lonsisting ot Generals Wheolorand Law ton and Lieutenant Ulloy, with Spanish commission to yollow fovor WM concerned tho con- lltloas lit lout reports v. ittrtaliily UellevtH the Kiul vf the Wur Is Near. Hi tii Us Sjmiti Will Swu llcgiu Sultl'ur 1'cntc. 1'liero HoueuT, Ite no ou the Miicmj'. atll Tli.r, All fur STORM All Was Ready for Terrific Onslaught Against Santiago. TO GO WITH BROOKE. riiuy Will Form the I'orto HIcui bottor than thoy were two days ago. Colonel Hooker, who is in clmrgu of tho transportation Eorviro of the war department, Is now busy trying to arrango for tho conveyance home to Bpitin of tho Spanish, uoldloru who aurrendered in Santiago. There Id a disposition to appeal dlrootly to the greiti steamship transportation line to mako bids to carry those jwonlo The adoption of anon a course would relievo tho SiiiNdTos, July I'rusidonl McKialey gave today to hoiKi for an early poaco. Kotipoudiug to cungratulatloiut on tho SUUCUAS of thu iimtiajjo cam. puign, ho said: "1 hopo for oarly jwaco now." In tho course of other interviews ho gave voice to thu tuimo sontl- neut, uot expressing hU eutlro bo- lof, hut u titrong hope, that would come. The dispatch from Madrid aniiouuclug tho royal docroo iispnudlng individual HghU lit ;he president and road nt tho cab- ARMY AND NAVY WERE IN BATTLE ARRAY. bility. icnt of a groat rosponsi- igo tho details for carrying Into offoot tho capitulation. 1 will roach. Siboney tomorrow. MILKS. Tho second dispatch is signed Jones, a signal officer in charge of tho terminus of tho military line at Playa and ia ns follows: 'Playa del Este, July commissioners appointed to arrange of tho surrender, held mealing yesterday lasting until a It wonld pat the Spaniards under a neutral Ilag, which would insure their reception without diHleulty lit homo and it wonld roliovo oar goy. orniaont of tbo necessity of sending with tho thu heavy guard hat wonld be required if they were convoyed on United States t torts. Economically, it waa thought that ho proposition was a sound oao. Assuming that tho companies cliargod tho usaal passenger rates or Boltliora, tho transfer could ho iJToctod at iv cost not to oicood a gum which in probably would bo the uost of the sorvico if undertaken directly by tn plication has arisen from ;ho fact that reports indicate that yellow fovor exists among tho Span- ish troops as well as among our own and it in fearrd that if theso taparts are well founded it mny be dillicult to induce transportation companies to undertake the task of convoying aide Boldiota nnd those who had As in Madrid, it was generally nkon to moan tho imminence of a nova of 'the Spanish government for a cessation of hostilities, It was received with this Interpretation with groat satisfaction but in tho absence of a dotlnlto oillclal an- nouncement of Spanish motive, tlm administration, 'while strongly hoping for It, is not entirely confident of so satisfactory an outcome. A member of tho rablnot expressed his opinion that tho lssu donbtadly will quickly follow Gen- eral Shatter's occupation of tho :own, if, indeed, the sea front forti- fications nnd all otliors aro not in- sluded in tho city's'capltulation. When General Toral on Monday last refused absolutely to consider the terms of unconditional stir- deck and It was echoed by the men clustered forward. At almost tho snmo instant tuo other ships in tha llnet caught tho iiomoutous inauiiiug of tlm bright colored signal lights which Hashed [CONTINUED os SKCosn PAGE.] eiffo Coats and Vests Less to worth o quartermasters' supplies havo boon issued tho various commands by Captain McCarthy. This docs not include tho onor nous amount of clothing and equip ago handled through the ofllco o Jajilain Zallnskl, in charge of thas ns a aopnrato dojmrtm of tho qmir to mum tor's department Tho returns of Captain McCarthy ofllco will bo tho largest to go to th war department ninco tho civil wa1 From oflicinl figures furnished b tho quartermaster it is soon tha at least worth of stoo lias boon handled since tbo nmbiliza tien of General Brooke's vast army According to statist its in Captal McCarthy's office there aro now ovo head of stock scattered ove tho groat military camp. regiments grade that cost ns now 0 at f 2.00. GO grade that cost us 1-1.40 now GLOBE DISSOLUTION SALE, SB A. K. Hurst Co. PURSE PROFITS. Extraordinary Low Prices on All Kinds of Goods. linen bicycle s ir J2.50. ills, and Ladies' linen bloyolo sklrU, ?S anc ?G skirts, for Ladies'tailor-made wool suits, and suits, for doctor Sun Yat Soni render and whtm (ionoral Shofti announced negotiations at an end, It was believed that the taking of tho oity without 'farther fighting was an impossibility. The artillery eiios oftho federal fortf 'vtM ordorcd who WM to bo rashed to the front, tho cor o iEvoiglodiatotho Chlnoao embaEsy lin9 Wtts to surround In Uffldon in 180G and imprisoned town completely, and every tb Quo uf the Most Itemarlci Items nt Our Tumor- row's Snlo. PREMO CAMARAS to Kodaks. Cameras and Sup M. JONES, tno fmal British government official Msaillt. a friend that liud beon Actrajj ututo ustniotioiis from amonstbo leaders of tho present rebellion. lsllllftor aRain It is said the rebels havo decided, ,otto adnmco further tban Sbn wbich Ueneral Miles and Gonoral Toral were present it was proposed Good style 50o waists for 20o. Good style 7uo waists for 48o. tt.00 nnd tl.25 waisLi tor 7Sc. WB HAVE JHST RECEIVED Fall lino of ladlos' wliito tucked an-n waists, Q3c. Extra values whito India linons, So, IDc, 12o, luo, 30c per yard. 50 pieces figured organdies, worth cavalry, two extra troops of c and about thirty-Uvo batteries artillery and several thousai horsos are attached to the command ,vhilfl tho romaiudbr are nsod Ron and ambulance trains and ol curs' mounts. Captain McCarthy estimates th tho mnlos and tiorsca are abo equally divided us to numbers. This stock consumes nn enormo amount uf foragu in a month, mn more than could bo furnished this section alone. Tho records f thirty days show that pounds of oats and 000 pounds of hay sumed Among bthor interesting 3tal tics shown at tho quartormasto office nro those indicating miit ot conlwood burned in thirty days. Tho records indicate that ovor cords of heavy tim- ber is burned each month, nsed for cooking pnrposos osclnsively. This wood is Bhiupua into Ciimp Thomas by tho cur load. Wagon load after wagon load of surplus bagRago is now being packed at Camp Thomas and turned to tho quart or mas tor's depart- ment for safo keeping. This includes extra overcoats, jlaukots and other clothing nnd ivil Liberties in Spain Are Abolished by a Royal Decree. EMPORARY DESPOTISM A STEP TO PEACE. July A. ilicial (laastto publishat a yal decree temporarily suspend- tbroiighout tho Bp.mish ponin- la the right of Individuals as uarautoed by thu constitution, tio doerec. adds that thu govern- it will render nu account to pui tnont of tho uso It may mako of oasuru. Tho publication of tho decree is uortilly nceopted as being con- nctng proof that ia now to auo for ixtaco and that no- itiatlons to that effect are actually progress. Tho government wishes have full power to suppress any vidoncea of discontent or rebellion honovor they appear. Tho Cai sts aro furious and nro sure to at- impt to create trouble. One minister expressed tho con- ctlon that oillclal over tares for mace will bo mado before Sunday, nd there Is reason to beliovu thai ranco has oiTorod her services to [tain and that Spain lias drawn uj oudltions for poaco which offer a lasts for negotiations. Premier Ragasta is quoted on nay ng that Spain wants peace, bu nt "it must be nn peace Spain deserves. Tho the omier is said to havo added, ''la nxious to resist to tho last, but the vernmont cannot consent to nsolosa sncriflco. Ilad wo ou .eot tbo situation would bo very ifioront." CORRFTA OUTLINES A BASIS OF PEACE MADRID, July mlnistoi- for war, General Corrca, i quoted on saying in an iu tor Tie1 that ho thought poaco might bo a ranged on tho following terras: Tho United. States and Spain t agree to let tho Cubans decide by plebiscite whether they desire in dependence or autonomy under t] suzarainty of Hpam. Tho two governments to agree abide by tho result of thn plnbiacii In the ovent of the Cubans votin for indopfindenco, tho United State to allow Spain iilno months In whi vithdraw her army, gradi and dignifiodly from Cuba. f oaring fgr- At lOo each, GOo. AUGooaoh, shirtwaists taiTawS'ta ol I -my to Spain nnder convoy Canton aro greatly iu sympathy I anlon e credibility of this report is commander offered to send tho do- At !iOc aaoh, shirt waiflts worth ?11 and each. At 99c each, shirt musts 11.75 and oach. The story of the conforojico bn3 _________ already boon told. General Torsi's In 'Sfjuiro Franco's court this uf t-1 announcement tuat tho matter 1 ornoon, Sirs. Maggie Kacbt wns on 1 -would ba-vo to be referred to his sale price, 3c. dozun ladles' embroidered hnndkorchiofe, lOo goods, for 7o. Dost black and whito and silver gray calicoes, part mont3 during our great clear- DDNK TAFT. cgligeo Shirts Less Tlmn Cost. 30 and 75o grades now go at 42c. ?1.00 grade now go at 73o. grade now go at DISSOLUTION SAI.K, 1512 A. K. Hurst Co. Novor boforo have you Iwon able trial for provoking Josio Connoi to buy shirt waists at such swoop-1 Tho p ng prices. Bomembor ou progress. cost salo la now in UAIIMENTS Littlo wonder why tho crowds] throng onr stare. Our silk and dress goods department tho busiest in tho store. Onr wash goods department full f pretty gtunmor goods. All salt ng nt cost. Heat prints, .He a yard. I WitU the inost- coinprolionsivo Hi Yard v; ido percales, Be a yd. of high class fur garments ovor dis-1 tho word Gonoral Miles" Yard wide bleached muslin, -lo a played in Fort Wayno. But while all Ihoso proparation FEVER CONDITIONS HAVE IMPROVED "WABHLSOTOS, July in qnlrios are coming to tho di mrtmont as to tho oonclitira ol th tick and wounded American aol" near Snnliiigo. Tho appearance o yellow fover aiaotg tho troops ta additional cause of npprehonslc tnd doubled tho number of queries Tho wat department docs not doom It'prudent just now to mako an detailed statement relative to th condition of those in'camp but At Jntant Oenoral Corbin stated tho ho say that so far as th id tho ofFieors it the hondquartera tliat nothing further would como of tho negotia- tions and an order was issued to prepare for a general attack at noon todnyt at which hour the oxtondei ofi armistice expired. The men at tho front made every preparation fo tattle-, tho fleet gathered around tb littlo bay of Aguadoros, ready to hurl flholl ovor tho hill ntd into th city, nnd tho combined America, forces quietly and grimly Lodios having garments thoy I woro going forward, Oenoral Bha ish remodeled to conform to tho I tor and Gonorol Miles woro still Imrd cstablishod fall fashions, will boar nt work in nu attempt to avoid tl in mind that this Is tho timo of slaughter which must follow an a yoar to havo such wort dono, ns it I tack. requires time and skill to execute! TUo telephone and telegraph wir itisfactory work. [from tho front toJuraRoa worebu All work taken now will not bo I donod all tho forenoon witli rolnrncd until tho first ot October! sages to and from "Wiwhington nut and not to be paid for until ilu- Ooneral Torul was buay in conim grado tant cxntusf3.-IO, now tiicatlug with cither Captain Go goat I iipro for twodnys only. I oral Blanco or with tho ROvornmo grade that cost us now 1 john F. Shayno Co. are tho at Madrid. At'about 11 o'cloc f 1.35 imported fallard silfc, a yd. U-clasp kid glove nt COo air. Call tomorrow at the BEF. HIVE, THB FRASK DRY GOODS Co. Crash Suits Lean Tlmn Cost. go at (5.00 gmdo that cost as iti.40, now J7.UO grade thnt cost us 30.00, nov go at GLOBE DISSOLUTION SALS, 15t2 A. K. Hurst Co, loading furriers of Chicago. WOLF DKSSJIVEK, 70 and 73 CalUoun Street. General Milos sent an aide do can Ifrom Juragua Roar Adml Sampson, tolling him tho chances Or tt sonoaflor woro good and tba Do not forgot tho auction wlo oU must bofircd from tbofi biOTClos tomorrow (Saturday) all Ocfluito orders from t Iday, In tho Treotman block. equippngo bolonging to various states us well iis all kinds of ]wr- Eonal property bolonging to the soldiora. The stuff ia packed away in boxes, labelled with tho company and regirnnnt to which it belongs and btorud in Chatanooga with the department quartermastor. After tho war is over this property bo turned ovor to tho mon tc SPECIAL I3ALE omorrow nud SiiUirday nt 13 Cnlboun Street. Mon'g or fancy.sooke. Go. Men's black or tan socks, lOo. Men's bhick or tan socks, whito rot, 1-ic. i-ply linen collars, Sc. 4-nly linon onffst, 15o. luo celluloid cottars, 6c. llo. 15o boys' So. 25o boys' suspenders, Ho. 2-io mon's snspondors, 13c. :i5o men's snspondorg, 31o. TiOo men's suspenders, !i4c. 15o mon's summer ties, all shape. Jc.' 26o men's Bilk ties, all shapes, ISo. iiOo men's silk tics, nil shapes, 21o. TUB IS Cnllioun St. Open Sntnnlny nights. 1-U3 Cn Summer el u thi rig' loss tlian coal GLOBE DISSOLUTION SALE. 1513 A K. Hurst Co. nil Duck Trousers Less Tlian Cost. fl.OO grade that cost us S7 cents now go at 73 11.60 and grado now go at tt.15. OLOUE DISSOLUTION SALE, 15t3 A. H. Hurst Co. SHOE WONDERS AT TIES BIS STORE Tomorrow Will lie n Great Sho Day at Tiling A Co.'s. Mon's dark chocolate silk vcstin ippcr shoes, 51.GO. ladles' ?3.00chocolafo and bli (loust vici kid Incoaad button sin with and without silk vesting n pors, all sizes widths. T grKitost shoo value of tho season Si.03. Babies' shoes, lOc -ind 33c. Ladies' coin too Dongola Oslo ties. 50o, indies' fjin laco shoes, sixes ;i S, grpjt snap at 76c. Men's ?2.50 patout leather tomorrow, Boys' tau 7.lc. JMou'aROOcalf skin shoos, ?l. Children's baud sowed ices, Thoso aro war lime prici bnyors will all bo at big] Ihrgain ShooUoufetomorro K. B. Tntsa Co. 32 Calhoun Streol HKO Bed Boot. Straw hats lew than bait price GLOBE Djssoumo5 SALK, 13t2 A. K. Hurst Co C1FIC TENDENCY IS INCREASING IN SPA! .DTIIIJ. .Inly io tendency is increasing. T oral pnblio take a favorable vi< he suggestion 'that the powi lid attempt. tho establishmt icnce, but It i3 eaid contrary reports current, France has n on tho initiative. boon practically placed under rtial law is regarded as A moat efulsign. His construed to mean rarjwsu on the part of bind In advance the elomonts in fipaln tLtt ;ht be tn takoadruitago ho pnblio discontent canned by vy saurlllcos the governiutnt uat mako to obtain peace in canse a revolution and overthrow monarchy. t is realized here by tho offieUli t every ihiy will bring forth a osh crop of iwaoo ramora, fiw h any foundation, bnt their Tory ronlatlon and tho credonon gained them IB regarded HI encour- lug u general belief that the aniah cause is near its end, 1ITISH SCHOONER HELD BY PRIZE CREW, CEY WIST, Fhi., July ritiHh nehoonor E.. R, Niokenon, tloh was captured on Jnly 30 by o Hornet, Hist and Wampntuck, Cnpo Crass, whlla attempting to n tho blockade into Mansunillo, LS brought here this morning by ft Iworowundor Lieutenant Dougil. 10 had a cargo of provisions, oats, etc. Sho had a orew of ne- oos nnd two iMHsonKOra are on She was bound from Jo- ARQE ORDER FOR SHRAPNEL'SHOT.1' AnooA FALLS, Ohio, July ho Falls Rivet and Machine ny of this place lias recei rge order from tha government r shrapnel shot and for 7- eh howitswra of 105 pounds fwch. ho works of bB ilarged to fill ordera. Hoso Koso, July irix ived here today Hlolo, dttodT uly 8, say a severe scarcity of food nd cash prevails there. The mer-'. chants are using paper in their, buii- eas transaction, payable, on-.the i'''j rrival of funds. The sugar mills been stopped-owing to vorking people having dewrtod. lie cane is rotting In the fields and estimated that a quarter of tho ugar crop is already ruined. aicCojitnacorbettSlcti NEW YORK, July of igreoment for fight between Jjunw Corbett and "KidV McCoy, tho tch to take placoat Athletio club, of Buffalo, on Bop. tomber 10, .woro signed in this city today. toe.-' the Hawtnorno Athletic George F. Considlne. for andW. D. Gray for purso is to bo the wtcner to take all. OVEHTUHES HAVE REACHED WASHINGTO WASHLIOTON, July ve been no overtures for peaco vedby any United States issy or logation abroad or by tho mrtment of. state at Washing- Chat tvus t-hb statement made by member of tho cabinet who is oroughly familiar with tho con- ions as thoy exist today, and wa? lied forth by various reports thnt jud all tho way from an an. Duncement that tho basis for B oaty of poaco already bad boon ached, to tho more guarded dccla- tion that tho Spanish government crto tho United States gover; ont an intimation of eomo of tho oncossiong it was prepared to make Tbe prospects for thospeodyinsli ution of -peace negotiations hav pso of tho Spanish resistam Nintiago. Tho moral effect of tha LOCAL LINES; srriago license was today granted to Joshua Wagner and Virgio Crane. Anna M. Sooadon has filed bar oath nnd bond as ,administratrix ol he estate of IV. Schadeu, da- iasod. Dr. P. D. HngboS, of the Phy v clans'and Bnrgebns' Medical col. )ge, of Kansas City, is tho (meat ot victory for tha Amorir. iums is elatives bore for a few days. J. Koss McCulloch left today for 3oar ho will rest tfor a owwooks and attempt to regain is strength before' assuming liia lutiosatthobank. A. B. Squires, the alleged Micluiv pan forger, will bo takon baok to V Kalamazoo by Deputy Sheriff Theo- dora Alerrill nt this aftornooii. Requisition papore arrived thli Ex-Captain W. A. Spioo has opouod a recruiting ofnco and Dr. W. F. Schrador this afternoon cow- meed to e-wimino volunteers ivho desired to enter tho army. Eigli- teen men aro wanted and It ia bo-.' Hoved they can easily bo secured. HERE ts What You Arc Watting For. toginniug to bo felt in tbo diroctlo f ponce. If tbo cabinet has dis usscd terms of poaco up to thi lament, tho fact has not been d olgcd by any responsible Now nnd then one of the govoru mont's agents in Europe commun cot-cs 60ino mosaigo gumming up European gossip, and naturally in view of tho earnest desire for the powers, this gossip tends o bonr out tho belief that poaco nefjo! tat ions are nt hand. Tho president hopes so. Ho has imJo no concealment of his desire for n- speedy termination of the war. Such a position on his part is en- tiroly Irreconcilable with an earnest purpose to prosccato tho n its original purposes at- tained. Before that time any overtures for poaco meat como from Spain. Tlio novrs from Madrid that Spain I day, in tho Trcntman block. lo starts Saturday, July IGth, continues nntil Saturday, July TCth, inclusive. Oar immense stock of dry cloaks, snita, notions, draperies, shades, rojji, blanket etc., will bo sold during this solo cost and below cost. Nothing iiold back. Como tn nnd compare our prices with othom, then judge for yourself whero to do your trading. Do not forget tbo auction salo of bloyclos tomorrow (Saturday) all