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   Cedar Rapids Daily Republican (Newspaper) - October 1, 1898, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                CEDAR RAPIDS DAILY REPUBLICAN. VOL. 26. CEUAU ItAl'IDS, S.YTUKUAY, OCTOUKH 1, 1808. XO. 184. from clly all non-cocubal- con wiihin forty-tight hours, and that tlo the ol ed nlU inistt begin al auy time after or expiration of thai to Attempts at I'rocrasttnMion. at Th Inner August anJ a dy was ihe Mine date to Da e effwi that ibe SpanL-ih were with- de p ai-w of retuKa for ihe mbert- of wounded, rick, women and lldrcu, iMlhln the bw i (hi- niiiili a formal jolnl tlemand (iciieral ARulnal- Ji on jti-veral oicoii He 11 Diy auiborily apJ made II (o withdraw his iroopi lie ine vhifb I ladU-dte, but be same lime askitig temlu favors 51aUers In this tootvcvilon 1 COL been ecttled ;il ito date of my or lure. There was some ground. the i rouble wllli the Insurgents. TIE lo the fact that they bud not n permitted to enjoy the cK-cujkaiicy ijaplla, Lut 1 nm of ihe opinion that oos before ibe Ameriran opa were visible. t if, chat LUC of trumped Sa the fiiue key by armHi Shi raJ io la ihe early 3 of the C'uLiu i-nrflici Spaiu, lo itiiuiiiJij were iiy Culxia lo le.iJ the to nto auJ at oue lime a nu ijter cuniTJItd ia ihe buihc.i in rau.-fug la-o col- w ?a 10 flro upou each No ulj- u i cr: wjii u Iff red by ;he oIKiers of iiiniy bu'tdlAK here they TANNER MOT WEGLIGEHT Tl >OF 1 prtr.sfficM. 111., SrpL iX In j query fron tie AiVCtiJtwl io '.vny he to S-CJ riftra rlimff ai J'Jna, after Iwini; re- N rsicd, (iovcruar Tirntr staled: '1 ncvr-r rofus-ed. On the contrary, ihn la.ii Saturday made I furAanlfd 200 rJJr'5 000 Hi-judo of by a 1 ir dcr. ubd haJ all na tho iralti for OiflcflJ Account of Ihe llombardment uid Surrender ol flinlla. T l the- Array of Occupation th toSwl About that Oils. nil for tbe Better i in Cotton. GRIAT PHMSE FOB SOLDIERS IU Their Palieni. Checiful Enduiance and Corcununded, Jj k c TROUBLE WITH INSURGENTS J t Cm. Mm-UI Admlli Thrj J flute llul fuiifl.kDl JSTOM HOUSE TO BE SEIZED TRADE IS VERY FIRM doiiiand wna Itaf-ed upon the ou c[ tho slrussle on Ihc rt of the and thnt cviry it nsidcratlon ot Imuianny ilernxodcd j th ai ih? liy shculd nol bs lit :i nt uinlfr fir- n) ta nrc.j. The captaln-si-ncrvl's rn- a[ y. cf ilit j-.inie staled that tie ga uncll ol hai1 tleclii-rd That t e demand could urK lie pr.'nleil, Lut concluding his report, fient-nl rr It declares his Indebtedness fur e success of thn io the pace ainl division (ommicders, Ambers of his staff and hla pt-rsonal le.s. Ho commends wpetJally Rrl-dlcr Ccnera] It. P. IIURhea. Ilrlsa- C er General Babcook, Major ilcCurc, Whipple aiid Caplaln Mot! cKin cy Far fiom Salislied Wilh 'J m Action ol Spaniih ccmiuciil belns ihf ihjiKh a n had api-arer.'.ty IH-SUQ ibe cipatt- ui of arruv. rcqui-iiion wai "ont [lie govrrcor said he rj d received an telegram from L> liiklns ihj: ircops be he luil done cvrryihlug 10 pro'1rt-t e anil proiicrty acd thai i-ocdilionj ic-at-lird u point ii-brro he waa io The difficulty acy W cstr tiate aid. aw-J ton jcns over the o yoi-crnor riiid he onlprc-l thr otburs luturj- ar.d compsinica Ihe o[ Ve-lcran.-.' regimcni to poj't at I'jna 'for riot dniy by ji trjJD. The sovcicor i-ald the i ilia WF-.-C ir.rinwted lo arrrfl Up (o the Phcnomen. il Output of Pig Iron. BALL GAMES. HAV TAKES THE !.v3L-uc Cilice. aL   blafT, and Liculennnt liniiulu, icnrc i-c n ling Ad ni iral 1 Jcwcy. were sr n 3 r.t ore to the (ain-gcniriil, 1 soon iicrsoral y foi lowed, ffoing al once to Ihe palace i L- govcrnor-Kcncral where Hie lire v limin.iry agreement of Ihe terms u e (apllrilatlon wsm signed by the capla i a grncral and myscll. This a was subsequently Incorporated nt e he formal terras ot capitnlatloii, as ar n ranged hy officers representing 1 i k iwo Iwcca. L- "Immediately after tbn .surrcn r t Ihc Sl'anish rolors on the ,sea froa Ijwcrc hauled down and the America s flag displayed, valnloct hy the guns c I ic navy. The Second Oregon reR p- n cut, wfiicli had rroecctlrd by sc from Cavilc, was disembarked, and c sacred (he walled (onn rts provost guar v, ,nnd thr colonel was dircclcd lo rccc i arms aiul drpo-iii them, r.'; places (if -security. The town was fi 1- ci with troops of Ihc meiny tlrlvcn y. from the iiiticnchmenls. Iml Hie wo of djfarming proceeded fjulctly, ar iiotliing Protest Irom Spanish in Merrill again t rf" (ondnct cf (he American 3 some length, and then details ihp Inn ih Riimiiun of the military govcrnme ill of Manila hy the Furlh a-J ic Fays: On Iho sixteenth a containing Ihc Icxl of the preside n prorlarnallon directing ific- ho3tillllr.s WAS received by rar a tlic 5iimc time nn order to IT a liyl tlic ffirt kmr.in to Ihc Sranlsh autho iy, tics, which was done at once. T nrl TCsnlUd In .1 formnl proln.sl irom om KOVeTnor-fitncral In regard to the Ira cnllcr ot the then lah to pliicc, on the ground lhat Ihc proc a m- iillon was ilnlcd prior lo Uic siirr nil ilcr- To this 1 replied thnt the sta on 1110, In which we ucrc left with rrsMtlon of hostilities was that ex r't Ing at Ihc line of tho receipt by of ihc offlrlal notlrc and that 1 m ack upon the (Mlveiy of the fun Tlio delivery was made under p tCftl. hat After the Issue of my proclamal n- and the establishment of my offke uld military governor, I btd direct Heriitf. to JIavelhc SFrk SolJ- ll( fcriiu I'uriii ]llco lln.utbl Itunio u -Soon 'I'lmr are Able lu Travel. S li Will st Crop Tor Manj- V ears- Small In Hank fleirluri. FIRES CONTINUE href Hundred ol Seething Flame on Rocky Mountain Kaage. Iienm, Colo.. Sept. The can oiTer no hone for oa e western elopo lionses nna cjw are Ihreatcawl by forest, fiiei. l bere lj nu indication wiiatever o[ l jln, and this ihe only e to stay the flames' fury, n ThroiiRbautKaslc- county high winds ivc prevailed, gli'lng a fre.-h impetus l i the forest, fircy that arc dc'.-astalini; jo umbrr No ILWS of Jifc is reported. All u anic Is leaving ihe country anil i ajiinjf frum Ihc stnokc and heal of the 1 laz OK woods. t Uispalches i-ay that rln-ecn North nod >fidcllc 3 i Oiv a.1 mass of namw. Ihc fire has [ready cut a swath mlle-S from (Jrand River almost to In the vicjnily of Ouray ut so had as several rtays previous, JIIL the vrlnd may [nn the smoulder- 1 nj timhers into life nl any minute. j KJrcs arourid AARPII are working lown the mountain side toward iho own. At Gannison, Crested Hit le, Wofcoti, and Olenwood SprlnEa the 5rfe are still raRlnff. Relfaljle reports show that the firpj ire Jirm nearly 30ft miles in circumference, with Glenwood for ri cc-utcr, an! praclFcally every mountain rangi; with timber Isnblare. The only crssaiion of fire is reported from Cellcn' TVood and Kour-JTilc where tho flames br.vc consumed everything that will hum oa Ihe mountain Washington. Sept. 30.-Tho report oil Major UtMrtil Mm -it ol operations iiboui Manila is as made lie at'the war today. UL Is dated ou board the transport CbLna' 11. Aflur givius lirlcHy swrv of his embarkation nnd .irnva at Manila and ihe dlnnosJlloji of tiooiw there te says in nail: j V louod Conceal Gcce-u's command encamped ou a slrll' ol sandy lam nnmlnE parallel 10 the shore of iho bai- not dlsUnL from the beach, lull twing to the great diffirulties 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 tm> ironical suu or adequate prelection during Ihc terrific downpours ol rain EO frequent this scabon. I wad at PIHC stiuck by the ciemplary spirit ol the patient, even cheerful endurance Ehovvn by the ofliccrs and men under Euch circumslnncea and this feeling ol admiration has Increased with every phase of the dirricull aud (Tying campaign. The Filipinos were it the time of dy arrival in conalderalilc force, pro i-ablv not far from men. These troops, well sn pi lied with small anus, plenty of amnrtnUitm and several field guns, had obtained positions of Investment opposite to ihc Spanish line ol deAarbcd Tvorfci Lhrouglioui entire exlcnl. "Merritt (ben speaks of Apuinalflo'a accomplishments previous -'o M'- arri; val and continues: As General AS-ulnalrto 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 IManrt by Iho American" land forces and Mated U aL powers of military occupation arc .absolute, and supreme and immediately ''apSLalkc upon Ihe political condition of Ihc 1 did not considcj il wise lo liold (vny direct comnuiu va-Iton with the msurgcnl lr.wlcr iinll 1 should be in possession of the Cily ol Preparations For Attack For these reasons, preparations fo: attack on the city were nn  to get Che troops a tiippllw nshore was to ItiaJ them (r Ihe Bhlp'a Blilc Into native light or araall slfamboals, move tticu ]iolnl opposite the romp an rilsc Lark' them through Ihc Eiirf n srr boals, or by running lighters lien< (o the beach. Upon Ihe assembly of MacArth 1 brJgnilc In support of Green's, about. men fn robltlon o n and I rfcemctT (he lime had conic flnal acEjdn, Under date ot Angus agreed to my 'suggestion eend a joint letter lo tto capl fntiftl bin Sept. The cabinet; _N nceiisig today was devoted largely j" j of detail In connccilon with j LC of the will; i; sent lo Cuba. U Is understood Hit, (j lovonirut about October !t 5. The concliLLl of Uic Spanish e ims ofTk-era at is o fai- ory to the president -and il Jsje tid he has decided lo take i I 1 LC fiistom boiuc HIP re al an early HIE and administer Its affairs under 1 LC regulations ifrcELribed by Ibis L rriincnt. Inatniclions wore given sui-h aruia until further or-rs, i'j proic-it ihe tiiizeus In iheir cpouy and TO uuialaln order; bin lo allciv any ponion of Uie stale! ll in njd ihe ruiiiO oivnrrs lo hnj ihu mines- "A'iiti la- a ?r. The governor comluilcil: fr.ibii of Imponinij labor in -1 jr io take The of our t-iil- L n.i las to If 1 have the power loj hue l." Tfcc Som of Veterans are from era iir.d Klein. They nil) bi; ciiuiypcil a ;ih Gur.i here and ir.iiatorcd inio ihc taic .VatJonul sil.ird. York Sent. VJ.--H. G, Dun u-'s U'cotly ot Trtde. issued. niciroiv, will Failures In Scj timber have hcra bau[ fc.TW.MO and for Ihe .fjurter kJUL This a smaller tlu-n in utjiei uiouilis in Jiiy excorJl AIIITUM this year, t-' mjjL'3 .ire ?ll for Ihe bpltcr, ny ihc fall of lotion to iho Ion----t poiiu for fifiy While tho in woo} continues, ihoro as been no notable decline, the rs-cnt reduction in gno.Ii, having iiimu-lied .1 largor rtemaud. The demand for boots and shoes ocres a. liule belter. In ihe minor a alicht wraknc.Ks in tin and t-ni oea not indicate a sni-ilk-r con-nmption, while is nig iron firm everywhere iti p tc of the eslraordtnary output, con-iiTniitlon i.-; eviilpinly ffroiving. Car. ccomolive, bridKo, flntl strttctural vork U noccdinglt- heavy, and there re no signs of a in demand. Whcul rents, but on Tfiurs-' 'ay declinnl sharply, clowns 2 cents owcr for the week. The usual ot not change Ihe (relief' hat the rroji be the largest ever Crown. While the fann-rs throirgaou-he west arn holding back their grain nrgely nerause of prices, western TcceipLs are now running nhavo even [hfl extraordinary movement a ycar Failures for the week In ihc United Eln cs were 135. against 131 year. Indies to provide, it Is Klaled for! i tve atlwal ominailon of Porto IlU-u n advance of Cuba. Lee 10 be Mcird The war Investigation commission RE decided to 'ask Coiienil Lcc lo Wheeler In giving .testimony ton-ern og ihe chirfics nude against ihc var dcparlmcnl anil suggested nexi Vcilnesday as the date ivb.cn he co il.l [JG hcn.nl, will be (jeforc Ihe rnmmiislon on Tusday and will be in-errogatcd Imth aboni Wihoff im Le Santiago campaign. The com-ni P5ion continued totlay the csam of Ihc; icllcrs ujiun Ihc L-hargcs of lulbujannsemcnl, some of 1 icni callintr-attcntion to'scch mil sane lo rclutc ILcm. Hay Takes I lie Ualn. Colonel John liny WHS sworn Into t ic office nf iecrtiL-iry. of stale at 11 this morning. Th" ceremony took I' ace in the yrcslik.Vd room in t it-Mhlte huusD. The oaih was aflm njH-i tered by Jutiko jlarlan ol Ihc siifircmc-COIKL liar tmmedlnely- Jolncil his collciiBues In the regular Friday eatl-ncl -DrlntiDK Home the Sick The war department lias iioalcil Ihc following: "The president has given inatruc-1 ons tliat nil the ;iL I'orto te sent norlh as soon na able to iravo Fafrty, the pnrpo.-c being; to rr-lleve Ucncral llrooke of the ftilnrc r-arc of the sick and at Ihc t tot enable llic men to receive trcalmnl ohia nabl In hotter aiipoinlod home hOFpHals. These men will be cd aa In the cases of those rclurnliiR front and about TOO leave lo-< ay on the Heller find Missouri." Sictrd Retires Rear Admiral Montgomery SlcarJ. president of the board charged with iromollon of officers for gallantry (Turin jr the iv.ir, was retired today, hating reached the age of C2 yeais. Sccrctnry tins hon-ivcr, siiecij] unler, (llrcrtcd thn the ofTIccr rclatn his place, at ibe hea< of Ihe proinolion hoard, Lawton's Keport, rvport, Sanllngo: Vcve cases of all kinds, 522; total sick deaths, Paul Vincent, Mnln Slates Volunteer cavalry, Mllous (ever General Doynton, commanLltig a ChliJiamauga Park today reported th toVal number ol rleaitis in camp fron (he arrival o[ (he regulars April 1 lo date, 125 volunteers and one res lar, Report froin Gen 1 The lolluwlnR waa rrreived at th wa r clcpa rl m en t lor] ay from cue ra Hrookc ftt roncc: "The Obdam sallc v loday with 101 ini <1I c larger] foldltra nnd tiarastcrs." s Another dcsjiilch from llrooke fo lows: v neathf, five. FIRST LIEUTENANT H. V. I1BAC 1 FIrit volunteer engineers.' ITiU'ATB JAS. T. CMIIIM-, Fir L volunteer cnElnpera, (yphoii! an strangulated hprnla. PRIVAII; KRKP c. woonun hospital rorpF. Ij'pholil malaria. PUIVATH A. GJHSOX, avllllery, lyT-hold. 1S ntlVATB LOUIS N. DUTTOLF j Nineteenth fnfanlry, GOVERNMENT loOua la .Ma Jo 1'uhlk- Kdits-WArhingicn, C.. Eept. SO. Agon- come to w ask lai the insurgents heard by ihs putHt: a ot the I'hil-' ppicc ronithution n'hli'h AgiutaWo v.15. lo have iiToclalmcil w. By this coneulnilca AsmnnWo for-iially rtr.3iint.-crf tin1 rule of dictaior ir.i that cf prcsltliMit rt ihc cvo miur.ary sovornTurnl c[ ihc nci. lift proi IdCi' for fcur stcrotar-rs; vhi ol nr.irine ami ccmmm-c: ihe cf war ar.d mblic works; ihe :-ccrerary of police, ntcrinr oj justice, police ar.d health.; zt.M Llie ot finance, agriculture and Industry. These are for all Ihc of I ic archipelago. impanant [ea-lure of (lie (in-.'iiicllon in VIPW ihc Aguimlilo will try to obta n rei-ogiriiLon from Itc I'liropoan] i? tlini 1 ific diaie.1? of atureUiry of Ii 'The ollice of of stale be r ivi.ltd Ir.-to dr for 1 Ejilontai-y, for marine and for The of diploinaty t-tudy ar.l tranoatt all dircctionj tif j diplo-nui anil inih fore gn pcwer.J. The dcpanmer-: of 5 ijll study and nil TI rciereme to ihe fomution ami or-SiiJiw'-.ion of a navy anil ibo urganizj-l on and njnipnivnl of sinrh cxpc-Ji-l terns as may be cle.-drpcl by ihe rcvo u-t ocary government in carrying o-jt ta purpose ami iledgiis. The ilcparl-nieA of coxmprce ivill -transact n 1 to track1, bolh n-teriial and cjictnil llic prelim n-ary for of rom me re a fnrcign UOLD UP A lit Ilcliarfc. Si. Sept. A I'aiii. III., special sayjj lhaf 200 I'ana held up n Fixh.-i.il Ualtimcre Ohio iiwin ihe line littwct-u Shclljy and Chr ;ivan rDuniica ihia nUerriCOQ. The train was (arryicg sixty imported (or at the Pana tnincs. AT the poini st guns minsra the ntsrois to unload nod started lo march ihem to Tower Hill and to diem back to ln'1. Th: miners wore handkerchiefs over thelr when they heltt up the IrJin, iivi.irji ilclnytd only a JCTV S'aerill Cnnrtrighi Is ?iiil to ba on Ihc Tvay in Tower Hill to ihe A crash heLwcjn ih; miners anrtihc dc-iniUai Quenched by Main Milwaukee, SepL 30.- Itcporls to the railroad offices in this city arc to the effect that ihe forest fires In the licrihera Dart of the slate were by a hravy fall of ram ml nighL Oaly ooa death is reported Mrs. Jai-ot) CorrrFOn. al DrywnoiV Two children were seriously burned In at-Ic-mnting to rescue their molhcr. The ixciiniary loss Is not csperipJ to rr.ica ni-cr a million. The heaviest was si ffcrcd at Cumberland, where twenty-five families were rendered home ess and a large sawmill plant valnwl a quarter of a million was Inirnod. The w res arp down in all directions and part cutars arc slow in BRADSIBEETS Uio (Muntrr Over is New York, S9. Dradstreel'E, issucit tomorrow, will say: Though rather (juicier conditions in a r.umLci cf lines of Lnule, the volume ol business doins Ihc (nnnlry over Is a vr ry lieavy cnc, smaller, -o far as bank clear-inss would Inillcate. ihan in Saplcmber a year ago. IHK favorably n'ith rarreipcndlop periods in. all ihc yeara. Thoie has been a confinurd heavy export movement "of ihe leading rercals, an unjirceedcjitert iicllviiy in the of nearly all lines of iron and steel, and continued floihl as (o gross rallivay csrnlngF- Italher lesa prooounceil i slrowgth Is noticeable In the price sil-i-ntioii. Wheat, ai'ler ntiitc n heavj' bulge early In the week on an undoubtedly good expon Ocmanrt and foreign has down s-liglilly, prkfs a few cents lower On Ihe wecV. Sympithotlr n the olhcr ecroals Is likewise noted. I'-ork products aie lower. TnUcn 15 weaker, and cotton, EooJs, especially print clntliF. arc thereny sympathcll-lly affuclcd. The [ealvjrp of the situation In nearly all Uie meUls is Ihe -M valucff,   Rloan, who road the Ixirillard-llercs-forct stables' Libra. Sloin crowned his surprisingly larsc of n'inninc; munnts by taking the Newmarket Si, Ledger slakes o jfiOO sovereigns with Sir J. Miller's HARD AT WORK CrrMallzinc forlkmlHof "Work M'lirn 1'aris, Kepi. The United Rules price comnilEiloDcrj h.ivc lakfn of Ihftir Tvorkins n snile of seven rooms on tha groum floor of IloLcl ronltnenlal, former liy ex-KmpreES- Knsenir.. Aineri van fliR3 draiw the- c-iU ranee io llir The tlniral force of the cr has been acd is noiklng busily. Ihc spirit of til prrss Is dally rendered Inlo r IL'li for the [nformation ct the torn m ftioncn and the same ts don? wll 1 the Madrid .Miny wood en of record, and author I f.s afTcvtlng olcd lor p hlKJon, Rucci Postponed he Springfielct, 111., Sept. All me-ro- races nt tho lair were postponed until DO Kixnal ot nlo.   

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