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New York World (Newspaper) - May 19, 1898, New York, New York Weather Indications FAIR Most Beautiful of Army Kill go with my my brothers aft my cousins info the be xfe s Circulation Books Open to Circulation Books Open to AIL Weather Indications FAIR Two Best Catches In New York One is but twentyone and owns the other a widow witb an unencumbered NEW MAY JONES CENT In Greater New York nnrt Jersey CENTS outside of Greater York and Jersey City ana on GHTED The Fleets of Sampson and Comprising Thirty or More Great Spread Out Along the Northern Coast of CubaDeci sive Results Expected Special Despatch to The May All news regarding the location of Admiral Sampsons fleet is kept under lock and key at the Navy 1 he Naval Board of Strategy also continues the established policy of secrecy as to the movements of our But while this silence is it is reported that cipher messages have been received today which convey the information while part of Sampsons squadron is still guarding the Windward passage between Cuba and it has put out scouts all along the northern coast of Cuba The fleet was seen off Cape the extreme eastern point of two days At the same time the Flying as was announced in The World this has arrived at Key and no doubt is reaching out to form a coalition with Therefore the impressive spectacle is presented of thirty or more great American warships within striking distance of Cuba or on guard in West India waters against any possible northern rush on the part of Cervera s F If f the news from telegraphed to the Navy Department is accurate that the enemy s fleet has been sighted east of northward stirring times are due at any moment It is not unlikely that there will be a concerted that the fleets will divide and encircle Cuba and troops will be rushed under their protection to the Several Large Ships Reported Off Morant Point Special Cable Despatch to The ft f amaCa dated at 4 oclock states that the lighthousekeeper at Morant on the extreme east end of reportslhat a number of large apparently were passing They were going northward at a tremendous rate of heading in the direction of oantiago de Their nationality was not SPAINS FLEET WAS STEAMING ABOUT TEN KNOTS AN HOUR WHEN LAST HEARD FROM TMia Trofrl flrtivV II 1 rt 1 about T Jure6 tlme the aePalime This would show that the fleet had been travelling at a trifle better nnUI the Sishtins the and Polnt Jamalca Momnt Point is 8lxty At the rate of WILL TAKE GOOD CARE OF THE WAR PRESIDENT MKINLEY Special Despatch to The is quoted as having said today that events have made this wir a MS will take good care of rt that a feeling of restlessness is growing it is will THREE UNKNOWN SHIPS SEEN OFF ARE THEY HEADING FOR OUR COAST r Special to The May There are reports tonight that the Spanish Cape Verd fleet has escaped from Rear Admiral Sampson and may turn up in a few days off the North Atlantic coast to bombard seacoast The Naval Strategy Board is in session tonight con sidering the probability of an and is making every possible arrangement to ascertain the Spanish fleets Commodore Schley is at Key West tonight or sailing to ward He may be recalled and ordered to protecUhe coast against probable It is believed to bi the Spanish programme to damage coast towns if it can do The Spanisli making fifteen knots an could reach the United States coast in six It left Curacao destination but believed to he the soutn coist of Cuba Admnai Samp sons fleet was supposed to have left San Porto Rico atuiliy sailing for the Wmlwaid passage to intercept thi Spanish fleet in the Jpanbbean Sa on us wiy to Cuba Plans are on foot for a reauangement of all the but nothine Mil be done until the amsh fleets destination is ascei tamid bJn tp the West Indies to for m8l fc tJlePress PtlbJitMng Cmpmy Special Cable Despatch to The World U is reported that the Twlckenham has a supp ocoal Tor Spains The people here are excited over reported 8panlah victorie PHANTOM SQUADRON MAYoSSIBLY rrv After a Long Struggle for Life the Illustrious Statesman Passes Away at Hawarden at 5 oClock This Sketch of His May Ewart Gladstone died at J oclock this rmr 1100P000 of ia 1 for IPSU ihan corner Bioadwaj ami lark place IvliVs tht Uothioi i orders arc Turn tloth Into montj no the You tan buj a suit of all readj to near and put on M to Kings Bimranlee to refund your Life With the By Baron with lllustra ttons and Brooklyn Eagle library Price 6 For sale by all monoj If j ou duplicate any qf the Uffht Cor douole the prlqa FULLEST f The World Alnwc WILLIAM bjr tlo PpeM Pulillshlng Componi New Spsolal Cable Dewutch lo The May 18 alonea marvolloiia store of vital amazed his medlcul attendants the last day of his Wltbhi the past twenty hours he rallied five times whtn ho appoared to bo on the very brink On each occasion he fell In to a quiet from which ho awoke with renewed energy for the long fight against Three tiroes today his medical at tcnaantu thought the end had auual y and w Informed the sonon atstcken fem each time the lAis the scene In that sick chamber at Ha on whleh the eyes of the whole wurkl are is the untlr Ing vigil maintained by the ffrcsu states mans aged and devoted It Is an open that Glad stone for sbrno months been spared the ability to the ill ness and the agonies of her but for the past few days she Heems to liitvo appreciated the gravity of his et has resisted all attomsts to separate her from him She sits In an ainvtchair by his hm oaaeloosly and caroasins his hand Sao buoye4 up by but the sucn a quantity of morphia as he has taken since the cancerous srrowth was Hi11 There Is no doubt that these admln istriUionif sliartened the duration his they had not administered It npulil taken two or three months loiigrer before the malignantgrowth Hself caused but it would a mere prolongation of the which tho drugs have mercifully by steadily weakening the hearts Thq greiij pjacq Gladstone baa flHea In the oJ his pputstryjqep is vjv memory of but will alaa ask to vote money to provide tiona monument In Westminster and stntc tunei il It Is that Gladstone left Instructions shond be burled 4n Un vardon In the fumlly ocoMOR7iTp Ptrsonnl Icnees for
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