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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE FORT WAYNE NEWS. Twenty-Fourth Year. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1898. The People's Paper. PIXtEY CO. Are showing Many nov- elties in Neckwear for both Ladies and Gentlemen In Band Bows, Tecks and Flat Puff, in Na- tional Colors, Flags, Designs, They are very neat and Nobby and should be worn by everybody. Look at them in our Show Cases. Full line of.... Ladies' Sailor Hats ....Now Ready. THE NAVAL FORGE. Discovers the Whereabouts of the Annadi-HU Furiuit. BEE HIVE. A Dress Goods Sale Colored Dress Goods From (lie cheapest to the line.sL weave.! reduction in many not c known. Caibarieii is a small on llu north shore of Cuba, about mile- cast Lif Havana. AT MANILA. 110X0 KONG, .Mny 13. -The. llritUli Reamer Ksmeralda ha.s arrived mini Ma nila. She tliaf Admiral nul (rivi-n orders for the cruisers Concnrc ind Boston to proceed I" lloilo and re plure the American bark Saranak, re .nth- seized In- the Spaniards. It is peeled Unit thcv will compel the lun-n to surrrnder. Tim blockade at Manilr ;tremely vigorous. YM.K MINNl-Ul'OUS. 11AYT1KN, Ilayli, May 1 jiilcd Slates war ships Yale and "Mimic ijiolis have arrived JlETliKN TO CADIZ. May torpcdc: Ktats llalcon and wliicli were formerly with the Oij.c Verde fleet have arrived' al Cadiz. JOINING SCHLKY'S 1'UiET.. Ma., May llrooklyu Texas and Scorpion of Commotion licet, passed hen- yesterday after notm Ucaming sonfh at about 14 knots ai SPANMP1I IHONCLADS. -May lion readied the navy yesler dnv that the Imlllu 1'clayo and tin aii'nured cniiser CarliB V. have sailcc from Cadiz for tho West Indies, if tin Spanish squadron is not destroyed bcfon Ilicsc ships arrive, each belligerent, wil have six iron dads in tile 1m WASHINGTON. .May IS.--Appearance .cm to indicate that adniinistralion of ficials have scltlcd down into a slate i disquieting niicertainty. rcndeictl all 111 more acute hv reason of a. dearth of ,f licet niovc'menls. If the navy depart iiient has received any reports of an of ficial character as to Hie whereabouts o> the Spanish Admiral Ccrvcra'-s licet or of tlic. movements of Hie under coin- land of Admiral Sampson or ('ominodore Schlev, the fad. lias con- cealed. It is certain, however, thai if any defi- te news had been received at the de- partment means would have been found to evade the. strict inic of secrecy imposed upon deiiarlment ollieials bv Secretary Longs order. Tin- representatives of thl: pros have clKinnel.s of information which the secretary, with all his stringent or- ders. ,-111111111' slop. Thai everyone connected with the uavv departmenl, including the secretary and' Ihe strategy board, is on the tip-toe jf expectancy is evident. The. war hoard COMBINED FORGE icr in they are, iK'ing treated. The tu ilio handwriting of the colonel, reads us follows: are uliirers anil gentlemen, prison- M.H of war, not convicts. We arc being .reated like criminals, locked np and de- prived of nir and sunshine, instead of be- Qf Army and Navy to Attack Havana The Campaign. paroled and allowed to go about tlic ;romid3 as we please. Wore the condi- tions reversed, wo would not guilty of .renting officers as wo liavc treated n this respect- We arc taken along paths to our uieala where we must be stared ai _ IT IS TO BEGIN AT ONCE, and commented on like dime, museum irejiks. are three times daily expos- ed io the sneers and curious gaze of idlers who, forgetting that we gentlemen, us witli those of our country- men who have, not (-inducted themselvw n suck a way as to meiii the application of thisiitle." The colonel declares, however, iliat lie ind his comrades are soldiers, and. that, if iiecefsiiry, they can endure indignity like men. CAMP OF GOMEZ. Brioge Spaiilh Troopt All Moving West. KKV WKST, Ha.. May F. Arrival of Flying Squadron at Key West the Signal. IMMEDIATE INVASION OF CUBA. Time for Action Has Officer's Opposing Prediction. WASHINGTON, May IS. lent has Jova, formerly American" vice.cons.iil at! Ian- campaign in Cuba. In llie oliinioi Sa.'ira In Grande, arrived here yesterday of tliu administration, tlic naval situatioi Hi- reachcn the so changed as to warrant tile lumliiij, ban coast Wednesday with dispatches for; of troops in lliu island, despite the. fact (Jonii'Z and returns with answers from the lliaf. Ihe Spanish licet has not been lie Cuban chief. He says nearly all the fealed. Spanish troops are moving into western Since Schlcy'.i squadron Cuba, as the first American attack is for the south and Admiral Samp poctod there. Tin; Cubans arc trying .Io son's fleet started westward from 1'ort colled all the men to join tbe Hie" army of invasion. the Mhal it will be possible, with flndcii Iv CH.ADSTOXK. it is realized that the passing of each mpending naval crisis arer the. of the ulliciaK which even the most studiuiis ell'orls cannot conceal. Not that Iliere is concern as Io the out come uf the battle, but il. caiinut. lie THE END IS VERY NEAR. SLEEPING AWAY HIS LIFE. Gladstone Rapidly Sinking -His Death is Now Expected at Any Moment. IIAU'AUDKN. May IS. 1'ra child William liwart f Ui.Ulnne, the foremost statesman of his time, is eternal rest. Death is at hand, ami llie remainder of the grand old ail's life is now lint a matter of minutes. All siL'iis of life have left Ihe patient and he iias relajiscd into a .-laic of It is feared that, death' ma famous man while lie is iincnnM-ions. and Hint he will be unable to exchange a pail ing word uilli tin; faithful wife and lov linv.ll force, nol only Io deal llu bnl io amplv protect' I lie Iranspta-lalioi if mililnrv foiccs to Cuba. Tbe news o hi- j.....-lion of Ihe Jiips of Sampson ;chle> and Walson is cxpcclcd nl. am lime. Troops will probably begin Io movi WASHINGTON. Mav IS. If is believ- ed in naval and milita'iv circles Iliat tin ival of Hie flying sqiiadrun al eoiiediatcly bv the invasion of Cuba am Ih........ibiiied'ailack by aimy ami na.i forces on Havana. FAVOUR DKLAV. ATLANTA, (in.. Jlnv Gen W. .11. Craham, rer-enlly appoinlei fo the command of Ihe volunteer encamp ment at .Falls Church. Va.. is preparing tt up his office as head of the deparl incnl of the gulf In (leneral llrooko. niu iissunifi his new duties, lie saitl iffernooil: "1 do not Ibinli there will be any in v.isiiin of Cuba before Octolier. That i: mv allbmigh I do nut speak all Iliorllalivcly. I believe llie nest feu months will be spent in giving Hunt training to the volunteers, so we Ibrow a si nnig force over into the is "II. is possible, of course. Iliat Ihe arm; as at present organixetl. could campaigi in Cuba. bnl. it seem v ri.sks so long as we cai ends for which we starlci onl in a thorough and satisfactory man ner. Then, again, if a movement is Hindi in the fall wo shall have the. weather il isc al pres .....c. for il final movements of Iroops, volunteers am regulars will have been stationed at Tain pa or Viorida eoasl. poinfs for solllfi tinr me in n great. and thus bec climatrd.1' (Jeneral firaham. aside from Ins oflici; position, is especially entitled to atlei (ion in this regard.'as for the last, fa weeks, in fael, ever since the first- ninm of hostilities, he. has been touring tb coast, and inspecting all tlie ai niameiit of Tnch! Sam. lie has had t'ect. T. indies; Die imiir draiHil '2X feet ii inches: displacement al mean draught. tons. It- is to de vclnji ten fhon.-and indicated horw jiowei and it- gnaiaiifeed speed is sivfecn an hour. Her armament will be four iu.-h brccch-luatling (oiirleen li-incli rapid lire breech loading rille.-: secondary butteiy of sixteen li-pouniicrrt and oni 1 pnnndur rapid tire gnus. She will havi h'ur trnjirdo lubes. The ship will bo oil j.letcd with all possible haste. MAN AND MONEY GONE. Ho Trace is Found of Carlyle's MJsaitg Ei Mayor. III.. MHV IS. Miiym llnbcrt Lanibe N still misMiig. lie h-ft licrr early week ami there h no Inn-, of him. Tin- "mini jurv ch.-cd iU ve-tcr day. liauiiii V.jund Him- indietmeiii- in-l CariyleV f.iriner mayor, lie i- forced paper and with cm of In'ist Min.N. Mi- persiiiial friends. were mi lii- bond adniinislralor and guardian he bundling of diHt-mil arc vei bitter in their of Land. I scvn-al of his liniid-nii-ti ate injured iinancialK. Unc (if Mr. favoriie -i-heiin 1 is Mud. was to loan money hi- -lieiits. writing up the pavalih to himself. the mortgages iV.inm- dm- lir would i ollect. the iimiu-i TO WED AN AMERICAN. Spanish Consul's Daughter Abandons Hr i Father's Country. ST. LOUIS, Mav Miss Ito-ctta A. ivcra, the L'0-ye-ir-old daughter of Ihe >rmer Spanish uoiij-nl iit this city, will lir married to-morrow morning to Snow, of Cincinnati, of the 'Mack mid the. 'Mean Stalk" company. Miss Jlivera lias been connected with the company and h others one the road for two or thr is. Although her father has turned iii.-i otlioe. over to lint J-Veiiirh consul hen he has not, given up his residence. Tli vedding will take place at. S.t. Teresa' The engagement was kept (jiiirt and the. announcement of the. lake an eastern trip and until 11 coinplrvim'l and'big Mack i-ye... In fact. iri an American, having been born in this city, when- her father has been tin Spanish'coiiMil for thirty year-. II- wa- among the lir.-I Spaniards to siv thai he Would not. Si. l.-in- ..n ai-i-nnnl ,.l NEW CABINET. Membt-is Will Take the Oath at Madrid TbiS Evening. .MADKID. May IS.-Members of thf new cabinet wil Make the oath this oven ing. Seiior Sagasta will cbarge ol UK- foreign portfolio, pending the. rctun of Senor Castillo from Paris. DECLINES TO SPEAK. Government Has Nothing to Say Aboul Chamberlain's Speech. I (IN DON" May IS. In the hon-c i> y.-lcldav. Mr. Malfonr >aid tlia uliv -liMcinenl in reference In the -pi.....] deliven-d by Mr. Chamberlain al Hirming IHIIM on I-'riday evening la-t. Necesaary to Stop Communication Be- tween General Blanco and Madrid. DENIAL OF GENERAL ie Says He Has Been Mlsitpresccted in Hewipiper lotirviews. WASHIXCTON, iliiy N, first (luring UK: urescilt. dd- iniiiiHtniliim tt) nn-nr ;it of CliiiHfS Burrcl Tike to Aura in" tin? sco-otnry of war. II. iHTiiiTi-il at. noon today. The ccn-nioii u as in-i'loriHi'd by Jtov. .John Kc-i'il. of Oi'troil. at. tin- of tlio <.ui K j-tioiit. Jl. was solemnized in of liOtt jjiicsts. Vrcsident iiint AlrKinli-y, and Hnluirl, with till tin1 inonihcrrf of tlio llritish Ainbassa- ilor and Ijuly ami tlio Freneli, (icnnan ami Italian ropre- tin: ilitjilonwtU: ooqifi. --------o j Illinois Berries, ice Quart. At 1 o'clock we rcctivotl a iresli niuiit Illinois KriTK-f. HIM and Inrgo, lOc (Jlllll't. PhlCiipplos, eacll. I'Vcsli Ifirt peck. 1-V.sli {M: 11.. (Jnvn 1'cas, Oc XPW Ti-iniarl. Hipr KloriiU Touialoiifl, Ib. tic rarli. Ni-w Onons -Hie New -Ilie perk. KIIU.T HOUSK. ;