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All War News
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VOLUMK I J.
ALHUgUBRQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 16, 1898.
City, Forts, Munitions of War and
25,000 Spanish Troops Taken.
WATSON'S I'LUIIT SOON TO SAIL TOR SPAIN
rVaalilnirtoii. H;:i it. m.. July 1H Tliee
war ilfpnrtinwnt hn pofttril tlm (oIIowIiik
liulltitiii: "Hiforn Suiting SjiwiImIi
Burn nili'ied. ritrtlriilar Inter.
VI II F HE TIIKV M.T.
Si'.it. nf thff Htirreiiiilisr nf th. HihiiIIi
(C'tm-..;iii.delici' tit Atini.ttttt'd I'restt.)
W ht'cli'i ' liHailipmrtiTH In fofH Santiit
pit, July li, via hintslnn. Tin pri'lniil
i..iry in ra iiit'iiit-ntH (ur tilt t'uilulatlini
Of till' liliWll fllKVH III e-HHt t'lllia WilH
HRrrnl tn ami Hi K'lect uinlir a ilrlurxMiii
ci. I a tii'i'. Imir way litslvvKt'ii tlm IIiimh,
hlltiMly llft"r I ltllllljllt. At till' OIllNft H
Mtrli iici iiithiI uwimk to a m t tii -iliTNtauilliii!
of what wan miIiI at
a hT'-iiiihI Intw view lietwHfii shattei
1111 1 iirnl at lutein. (Mir lnttiirt'ti'r
tn.i.-ii.li u tin Ihiiiiihih. Tnrtil liail
(five-n li." . hhatlnr, Milt' anil V heeler
iu-ti,nily id iiiiilprNtaiiil that ( iiil.iiii
(ifiiiii.l lU.iticu liail I'oiiM'iitrd Hint tin'
niuiniirt - 1iii r hIiiiiiIi) have plt'iiary
(i iwith ti ii)tiitiattt teriim nf Niim-inlir
In hp l.indii.ir iiimiii l it It mrtli'N. H' 111 11
tiiinir was h 1I1I aliuut iiiitillcatiiui tti tin
M.ulrlil rev. Ttinifiit, hut hlmfttT liiMftti.l
tlutt tlif ciitiiliitiiiii hail lii'i'U arliiully
HiTwd to. mi l that no further diluent
t'f ll.f M .1I1' 1 ittiverri merit waa reiiuirt'il
Wlii'M lIip t'i iiiiiiIsMiiiuth met ttlmrtly nder
nuliH'R 111 inn attenifioii lliiwit lu lulmir
nf (if n. I im . I (lii'ii. K-carlo. Unit Ceil.
Ktirtan mi I Kotie-rl Ma-mn, HritlHli vli'
rniiHiili t emit) itteeel at once that tua cap
itulation h nl actually tukt'ii place Tlit
ci'iiHt'iit of Matlrhl, tliey lnniHti1, wan
hi ill niTPH ary, hut at thi mhiiih time
llii'V cliiiiiifil Htri'li(ly that It would he
Turiil, who ilireotn.l the MVntlatltum on
hlN tiAii heliair. Haul Hint lu ntvtr Iimi
hifii nverrul il hy tlm captain KOiieral.
Hull, lit) added, until Malriil HaiictiuiiHil,
riauliauo hail not capitulatm. All tliln
w;ih extreme. y uiiHatiHlat'torr to our
coinniiMHiuiii ri, who cluuii tt'tiarioiitly to
I'ik iilUe i'jihii lui MiHftur hail MvhimI
t i lit in th' iluy. r-lnally, with tli
t tl 11 "t whether tlm SpHlilt-h
ha' ftually Hiirreiiilertil Mill
1 the t'.iijii'.iH ii'ilcr-t profffleil to tl
(' 1 1 1-: 1 1 THtltill "I t ll li'l'lilllillHriff. ('llll-
t't.ii Mile) Im l ilrawn thlrt"tu articli'-' of
11 ' nerul niit'ire anil llne were I'lihin t
t''l to Tmal pxrvuiiiillv. Iht iiihile it
HtrmiK at pi nl ilmt th wmil fapiliil'itinn
In iim. .1 li.ti 11I nf Hut harlier term Hiir
render, iiinl lli.tt !i'h uiiiiv In alloweil la
liiHr.'l. nit. it 1' t'llleer-t uiih Hide aim
111, 'I il. 1 in 1. vt 1II1 i.iiill nriiiH. He Haiit
the I'll. I I Hi tiTtimlM tw Melll til
h.u.ir. .':ll. . in. ll'f ititiiiH :-iilpH with tli.-tiii'ip-;
or tin ..'.fr H:npt.
inn. 'iiii.-.. furtler r.'tinirkeit that he
' x t--t t urn I'lHiiiiiiMiioiiert, as n pn
m al.ii.vei if 11 hmte a.iil chlviiiiui-i
- I le. wi.ii i i.i.t Nt ei.'i to ImilllliHle h
aruii 1 r 111 ik i: appt .r tiiut le' w.w v n
I'tKuht'il. Art hiaVK lllell, lllrt Ni'hltlTH lit
h leil I 1 li iiiih with honor. Ti.ey
n uil yiei leil t'i Niipxrior force, ami
Vi li d piffir 'IviiiK' to KoiUK hoi.ii'
hi1 hunt their honor. Our imiii-ini-ii'i.erH
toii Itl not rtrtlnt this
bpi ral, hut Hall It lay heyoml tin ternir
laul ilown hy our Kuveriiineiit anil they
I'eiilil only ii'i'iiiiiiiienil the matter to
V luiiKlnli. At 4 o'cliK'k 'loral retuineil
to t'.n city to coiiHiilt with l.liiareM.
'loral itu. I the Spaiiitli com in IihIihi re
tilineil i.l I'.U'i, hityliiK they tliiHireil Hit 1 1
f'irllii r el ii c In the phrMM oh (iy of
the urticle.i ami HiiKKenteil poHtHintiiieut
of lit 'gotiutioiiM until iiiorniiiK. 'Ihin
(ielieral Wheeler tlruily tleclllieil. Tliera
11 p. n a recexM h taken until '.i::u.
At that hour the article were uitaltl
(fone (Aer ip tli I11I. 11rloun cfianijeH of
erl.i,.i.i, vltiel, tcniled only to soften tin
hi 11111I of the teiiiit without vtTtictiiiR the
hi 11-e, vv -le p '1 1 1 '1 ihi" 1 hy the HpniilHh ami
ii r coiiiii;,hnloi em accepted piaclically
all. Hlioltl lifter inl.llUKtit Wheeler
niKeH'.eil tint the (rood faith of
the f paiiiar.le la tented. All the
hrticlirt vicre then reread, and
eiich c.iiiiiuiHHloiier in turn a-kwl
if thev were ta'lHfactory. VMien they
repliid in tint aHirinntive, (ielieral
V heeler a-.ke.l tin 111 to uilix their nicna
tiirea. Tlilrtlhe) appeared reluctant to
do, and then all mned. The com in it
HionerM Hepiirati d to meet again at H::t i
t'l't morn 1 11 kf.
The prene.it nii iilcipal authorltieH are
to coiitimiH in t onirol of tlm city until
tha ii'Hiiirtli tro -p . are einharked. The
hpaiiinh trooiM tn 111 other parts of the
province are to l e einharked at the near
While there I only a remote chance of
the K"v,rniii"i:t at .Madrid iipncttiiiK
eitirvthinir at the U-t iiioinent, nuch an
event N Htill r.-cog' ized aa a poHHilillity.
However, cur plant are hclnR prepared hi
tlinutfli tile cituiliiiiiru wan over, hhafter'n
liea.hiiarterM are to tie moved prohahly
to day to the hlh gri.liinl north of the
city, where the whole of our army will
he encamped after Hantlairo in evacuated,
pending the piMeihlllty of itrt einhai ka
il. in for the iNland of l'orto Kico. The
triK.p-t Inn. led at Hilioney, hut not hroiiifht
, up are to he eent l ack on hoHnl the trail
,. , nii.rn. nil
tnM.pa will remain here km a (fum-mii h
11m t't'i'ii oeciiien on. mere ih aome talk
of nnrrlniiiiiiK Santiairn with aeveral
ri-KlmeiiH from the eotithern htate
w hich are iimhTHtooil to he at Heaatpret
ent. 'I he condition of the city of ban
liniri Ht'cum ttrealful, with tilth and
Hteiicli everywhere. There Ih much Hick
tie-M iimoiii; the Spanlnli Hohliern, tine to
lllld mill itOOlllii'li.Ilt fiui.l lli.rM.n.iiij.
1 ioi "le have in-t ioiie lrto the city to
iiieei ine .-'paiiiHii comiiii-iiom r-i.
I I-iiiiimI h 4 Hl'le.
t (111 SmitliikTo, i ia l'liivn did Knte. July
I'V- I he lui-t ciil.lt from Santiairn w:t
ca mht thin afternoon hy th" anchor ol
the .MiiHsachcm'tti near A iundoreH, jiiit
ai me Hiirremier ot iiiitoiuo wan an
noiliict'il It hurt ta'en di'i-liletl to buov
Hie ciihle for future ute and not to cut
INV lIO. lir M AIN,
VHtiiii'N t.iii.t,lriMi lit HmII Nt lnr r.irtlt.
Hi'ttiiUh 1 iiiinI.
New Vol k, July HI A epecial to the
l iihuiie fh in 1At1.l111iKt1.il Mtye: lhe
"KnldlliK !l'lhditm" Ih t-xpecteit to Htart
i.ir ine coat or (pain on .Saturday and
rencn wit 1 .maiiert aimiil AiiKiitt 1
After twtiihiv -p 'tit under tin lee of
one of the uutoi lilled IrtlandH replenish
tnir the hiink'-rrt with fuel, the llnal an
HHUlt on .Spain, ecarcely two duyH tlia-
taut, will In promptly made. If the
last of the Spanish resourcee, rep
reHclited hy ("aiu ira'a lleet, cannot he
enticed from l artairena to protect Cadiz,
Hie American hatile lUir will iinckly he
tiirtpiayen in he .Mettiterranean. lhe lleet
a-i now constituted include two of tlif
licet hattleHhipt. in the tint jr, the Oregon
and MatHachiisettt; the protected cruiser
.Newark, the auxiliaries Wnkee, Mxle
and ttwemite, with sin colliers and a
supply ship. The ( ireijon has become the
IhiK'rthlp, I lie Collins cai ry li.'t.m h i tons
of tin hest coal-a Hiillicleiit ijiiaiitity to
Hieiiin uie 11 -el all Hie way to the I'hilip
pinert and half way hack.
The departure of Hatum's force will
leave the iowa, I idiiiuii, Unsiklyn, New
lurk, iexaaiiil l iirilan as armored fes
Ht ls under Ailiuiral SiiiiiI'miu's imiihiiiiiiiI
dir. ct to hatter down the formications of
rurlo Ulco, and the cruKcrs t'oliiinhia,
Miiilii'itpolirt.Saii Kraucisco, New ( irleaim,
h. trot. Mnntiriiiiiei y and .Marhhdiead to
hell the landrti.' place for iliseinliarka-
lion t.i the in hiv of occupation under
The authorities are confident that an
entire aruiv cm pa will he landed on 1'oito
Kico before 'lhe Unldiiiit Hiiiailron"
reaches the Caiutriert, and l!ie acuiiisition
of Hie Island will be cniiiil.-te, nliim-d
sliniiltiineoiisiy with W atsou's menace to
tin I'cullisula. I hut these two terrible
Mows following ho ijuickly upon the nur
ren.ler of MHUtiaeit this week, and the
occupation of Manila, which will proba
bly occur next week, will compel Spain
to sue for peace, hardly admits of the
Hlhll UlllM ut.S. ItllltL.
Him .Solillfm Iti 4ni iu NiikIii
Willi Their Am,.
WHshington, July If,. The war tteiuirt-
meiil has posted the following:
l'lay del Kste, near Santiago, July Hi
The following letter has mst been re
sunliago de Cuba. Julv li(. To
Kxcellelicy, Ctimiiiander-lii chief of
Allierican fort es Kxcellent Sir I
authorized by my irovernmeiit
capitulate. 1 have the honor losoan-
prise you and n .ueMling that you desig
nate wie nniir ami inace where mv reiire-
sentatives hhall appear to compare with
those of your excellency eU ct articles of
capitulation on the basis of what has
lieen agreed upon to this date in tin .
time. I wlhh to manifest mr ileHire to
know the resolution of the Tinted States
government respecting the return of the
army ho as to note on the capitulations;
also, the great courtesy of your graces
and return for their great generosity
and impulse for the Spanish soldiers, anil
allow them to return to the iieniiisula
with the honors tlm American army to do
them the honor to acknowledge dutifully
lesCcliiled, i signed i
('oni'd'g (ielieral Koiirth Armv I urns.
To) it'll, shatter, Coiiiiiiandliig Amerlcali
t I' Hoi nl lh Main..
ll.tltiinore, Md July Hi. I. lent. John
I Hl uidin, tiili 'i-r of the deck on the
Value when ilc-troved in Havana htirhor
died here to duy. His death was the re
sult of the shock to his nervous system.
( tiliitlilMMlniieln A .iiliitetl
V U-liiliL'tull. Julv lii The i, re -Lieut
has ntitsiiiitei! the follnuiiu' e.ii.ni.l-.
sinners to meet similar ciunuiisHioners on
the part of dreat Hrltaill ami Canada for
the purpose of adjusting the relations
between the I nite.l States and Canada:
Senator (irey of IMawnre. It"prcs,':,ln
tiv I i i ur -v of Vnlne, John K on
of lows itud J.'':-! W.Ki"-ter of the l s
trict of ( oluiiil in.
(.ettfrnl lllf Mill rotiiiiinntl.
Wasl,i.vton. July IH. It la said that
lien .Miles hiiiweir will t'timmand the
I'ort i Iticm expedition, a'ded by (ien.
liiis ko. The tro-'pt will be lnnded neur
San .limn, will) an iilii; i ' supply of field
artillery, and will fcice their way into
the rear of III" twn whll" th" flee! will
dti'li into the harh.'r :.nd aitnck the
N.w i ti f tit. rrt .
Culitoti, July li!. I,ia ling menil.ers of
ine mvv Hiina party hp i'siiiI hi.
mini an parts or i;ie world to aU In t.ie
rcbi..n against the present to'rii
meiit of t lima.
l-ltiill" iiln An. in.
l'arln, July If..-Kmlle . I to ri iv r
turns to the attack in the lireyfm ca--
h puhllshitig hii open letter on the sul
j"ct to ('rentier Hi i -- m In the Aurore.
II I I II TO M llllh.MIKK
Million Dollars in Gold Dust
From Da a son City.
"Soary Smith, a Nited Colorado!
Conf.Jcnce Crook Is Killed.
tirevarsituiii. il Ind been gone o'er,
with p'trlicnl.ir tefere'ice to Hip her.t
innvi'rt to be in t le It appar"tl t b the
g nen.1 m.",v H "t the movi'inent ai-aliist
l'orto It 'en ' 1 the ill patch of Coniit o
.lore WkI- u's H i'i'i Iron against the
eons! of Spiin -nrt r ..xt in order
HiHlilh (lltlirm llFKKeit lo 11. lull! Their
(Ct'l'Vrlif hi A tsot iali-il 1'res. I
Hefore S.tiituigo, July .'., via Kingston
Jamaica. i nc spam inis tins iii'itniuj
are slill haggling over tint terms
c ipltillalion. I hey now claim there ha
lieen no Hiiriender, and allttiM that the
worx or Hie coiiiinisslotiers in entirely
preliminary and limit be ratilled by the
government at .Madrid In order to be
euVi'ltve. I his Is clearly had faith an
not In accordance with den. Toral's rep
reseiitatloii to (it'll Shafter that Captain
tteiieral Hlttnco had authorizetl the full
surrender of his forces.
lhe commissioners in the meantime
have concluded arrangements of term
covering evacuation entirely In the
province of Santiago. 7 her have been
signed by both Hides and now await ap
proval at Madrid. Meanwhile the two
armies remain in the trenches.
shafter said this mortituir. referring to
the situation: "The Spanish claimed that
the surrender must lie continued by Mad
rid. I refu ied to consider any such con
teiitloii, for the surrender was coiiii.lete
nod old 'fd by (tovemor OtM.eral Ihatico
and was m tde hy lieu, l oral. Mils morn
lug lien, l.lnnreii sent me a letter beg
ging that 111" Spanish soldieis be periinl-
t"il lo take their sld arms hack to spam.
lie aske 1 in" t l Intercede with the nreti
lent and if possible arrange for a return
of their arms to the prisoners after they
na.i eurreniiereii tiiein.
rem rri'iiimtt inn
Madrid, li a in. July Hi. Several news
p.ipera say that the sp mish government
ins ope:n .1 pence negotiations to dav
wnh Wii-hini'tiii through the Krench
K. l: l-Ht llll'TllIN.
VVIiiit tltr ri-e.l,li)iil lllny lleinnutl
ai'.lll liir W'Mr lKieltsr..
W ashington, Julv lo In view of the
ri tiewed reports that the Krench am
lassa lorat VSattiiugtoii, M. Camtion, had
opened pence iiegotiati.ilis or lliiUlries
relative lo the iimsilile terms of peace it
can be stated aiithorltively, aft r in
iilry at Hie hrench embassy, that no
negotiations or inquiries of ami charac
ter .relative to pence, hnie been mailt yet,
iilcially or iiuomcially.ilirect or Indirect
y the Krench aiiibassmlor. It la gath
ered from high uieuibers of the adminis
tration that the president Is disposed to
ie Hinder, ile in demands and while se-
nring all that the ( lilted States is fairly
eiilltled to exact trom a natl in InSpaMt's
iisitsseu coiniiiion, is not ills
posed to embark in a world-cut
'inuring enterprise and Insist upon
(he retention ol remote territories that
would be unserviceable to us. In other
Words, unless there Is mi overwhelming
maiiil on the part of the Auieinau
people for the adoption of such a course,
il Is not lielit ved that the president W ould
nsliy iiKist tlmt Spam abandon all her
.Initial pus lesMioiirt. It Is felt that
s n minimum demaud he would he
intent with the actiuisltion of l'orto
Kico, an tut in i -i i hi of the independence
of Cuba, a Coiiliiig station In the Philip
pines, uiih a provision for a prot"ctorate
r the islands, and a inoiP rate in-
Ils' l( II HU1VI hiiaiti u.
gPECIAL OFFER..., I
Th ucs ol our Sfxcial Bar gain in 'Tjljifs last -.-k inauc E
U5 to olltr aiuiilwr. ft hav Ut rtcMVii a supply of loll JtwtUd H
115 JwU' MtkclcJ Movciiii'iils, ,,bs..li,lv a.torat liuukfrpirs. 3
liv lilKd lht!c In Wirrntd i;M K,!1,J ,tt A f r
Ox and ollirr lhm compku htr ' -J
Only a do:fti o( Ihtm on hand. 1 , S
If- We olltr l.AlllliS' W AICIIhS.I kl lll ci II I'lld'S lit
V IIAV S '
Uadmg JtwuUr, RAILROAD AVKNUK, Albuawrqtw. N. M. C
. I, Ilea tlm Itel oU of Ilia Nil rrnlllli-r III
I lie NimiiIkIi A ritiy.
W ashington July I'i 7 he war depart
ment has paste.! the following:
' lieai'iiiaiters, mar Santiago, July
l'o Adjutant (ielieral I nited States
A rtn v, Washington: Tin conditions of
the ciipitulatioii incliid" all the forces
and war material In th" described terri
tory. The I tilled Slates sgrees, with as
little delay as possible, to transport all
the Spanish troops in the district to the
kingdom of Spain, the troops, as fur as
possible, to i nib nk ut the nearest gar
risoii they now occupy; the ollicers to
retain their side arms, and tillicers and
men to retain their personal property.
Tti Spanish coiiiin.inder Is authorized to
take military archives belonging to tin
surrendered di -It id, All Spanish lorcer,
known as lolunteers and guerillas, who
wish, may remain iu Cuba under parole
during the present war. giving up their
ins, the Spanish forces to march out of
Sauago with the honors of war, deposit
ing tiiein by lit 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ) agreement to
await the disposition of the I nitetl
States goiei nuieiit, it being llll
lerstood that the I'nited States coiiimis-
ioners will recommend the Sniiil-h
so, Hers return to spam with arim tltei
bravely defended. This leaves the
ones! inn of the return i f armt entirely
in the hands of the goierniiieiit. tin
ite all. 'ilium to the fad that scleral
thousand i-iirrendered. said bv lien. loral
to be ahotit I '! IK n, airailtst v. In in u tlmt
has not been lired. lhe return to Spain
f troops in this district amounts to
about twenty-four tliou-aiid at nling to
loral. v. K siun t u.
I'lilted States olllliteers."
S.HI la (1,-t 1 1 lite Meek.
Madrid, July in It is stud Iu connec
tion with the Spanish Huggettoii of leav
ing the iiiestion of the future govern
llient of ( ilba to be decided by a plel.--
ite of its inhabitants th.it npnin woiil I
imreseriedly accept the decision given
ill such case.
Fill I'll, it II y ' hnlti..
lames Misire, wife ami four little
children, one an Inialid. urrii.sl in the
lly last night, and as the wife nleaded
charily, the family was gnen louginu
by tic aiithi.ri'.ies at the It 1 1 I . .- I ,
house on Kirst street. Today Mayor
Clancy and Mur-l tl M .-M 1 1 1 m hine
interested themselv sin their c.ie. and,
if the in. in s i wishes, ,.i citn secure w.nk
at 'lis All.i.tier'ie foundry, he claiming
j to h" a iu mid. -r. or core maker. Th"- wile
and chil lieu were sent here from Santa
Ke In the I, a lie.' id society, the hus
band calchmg up wil!i thein the l.it he
I'. K. Ilarroiin has returnet fn in ,a
ei;as, where he went to n t Ml
Sprinirer. of the territorial comiui--hoi
on irrigation and water nnhls, in
g'ltherii'g data tor the coininis,ioii"r's
report to the ii"t legi,hiiure. He will
leaie to morrow night for ( tj.t Calieiiie,
where he will render similar seri.ee to
I Allt'llllll JllM'pll.
(toycriinr McCom Arpidn'cd Colnt I and
N. 0 Murphy (.orcrnor otArliinii.
rK'SIHHiIlill MISSAGE TO THK iRMT.
i '!t iia. 11. i'., July HV The -learner
Cot. ace ( II .. which toiii'lmd h ri ,,n Its
mil to i. .ill i fr mi hi-ki h 1 1 o.i board
iwri.iy in i.i rs from Haw . n t nr Willi
tl. ill thrt unaiteri of a lttiili.it dollais
in g 1 1 du .t and drafts. K lit ir Shlpy of
lhe r l.iigii.iv News, who cillie dem on
lhe Ct t aiie City, says this ycui's cl, aitup
at H iW -.'il will tea trill" less than I'JU.
im ..i.oii, it ri . ipi'irt. rs of this be) ig in
iheciistoil' ,t two I igiradlng roni antes.
I'h s'e.i imr City of S Mtil'i a rived
;l,is morning, from Alaska with elt hleen
miners fr. in iiewstm iimi about atiuarter
a on, i "i .:..iiars in gold dust and
lliift.rt. ihettlv of Seatilc brings the
new t that the town t f Skaguay has been
placed under Mutual law.
Illtlll.l.ll (IV Ml THK Tr.K.Ms.
lhe U r I nan.
Washington, July J-. I lie wotk of
cl i-sifyiiur th" ro w boiul lsn h pro
gicsed suitl.'letrly to ciiahli' the trefiiuiry
.t.partiimnt to Hiir.oiiitce that all slilt-
s ripllone for ll.'.'Si Hiid less will Iva
awarded A e n i lerahle balance will
oe prorated along the f.i.uo MilKcrlp
W iwliil.g'oii, Julv lH. Khen Brewer, of
I Ittshurg. ho bud charif" of all lhe piv
till arralii" nisi of the I lilted Htat-s In
i una. on d mar sai.uag.i to ilay of mala
sti I'V SMITH
?!t tii y.'. a; m ;i it: ?h jti :'.: ?.: jft rft .;. ' '
, , ,,. 5J SJJ ;t j; j yt; J
lltirtl In ttlary I he NmilHlt fruit iitlMliiti.t.
A haul the Ntirr.nilwr.
Ct'i'vnuht AsstHitilt'd I'ri'isi.)
I'luya tlel Kste, July la (.lelayt-,1 In
traiiMiilssion). The commissioners ap
pointed by (ielieral shafter and Tor d to
arrange the details of the surrender of
the Spanish forcea In eastern Cuba are
till hard at Work, and fi.bihlv their
labors will not be completed Isdore to
morrow. I hough the understanding was
that mi concessions would be granted
with the exception of allowing I fie
ollicers to retain their side arms, the
punish t'oiiiitilssiouers have been rais
ing man objections to the ptnp.iscd ar
ii.iiiremi'iit . The Spanish ollicers with
to have th-lr men march out of the
eiifhtt with their arum, which thev
ilsn t'lsi' t ere to be boxed up ami "hipped
to Sii.ln wl!h the prisoners. This, of
nurse, has been refused. Theie Is hi -to
much argument over other details ul
the siiirendei. 7 he total number of
spiiuie.ii triNips Involved iu the siur. ndt i
w ill It Is eald, run close to 2" I nil of
which about l-I.tim are Itehiml Hm en
rciichnieiits of Hantlago. The teat ol
he tn ops are stullone.l at Hiicua- lie
liiiiin.o, itiiaiitanauio. Haracoa ami nil, t
eai.ort and fortllled cities. The rt'"1'
irootis lii"lii.le about 2n,0(Ki regulars ami
i mo vclunteera.
Ilntrt-itfir itf ArUtin".
Wiv-hliiuton, July It!. The nniiie'il
has apiMiintnl N, o. Murphy governor of
Arizona, to succeed II. II. .McCoril.who has
resigned to accept the colonelcy of an
irmy regiment. Murphy has reir. sei teii
i in territory in many otnclal isiiuik"."-'
Th llUS OK ht'KHB.N Dt.ll,
W hut lhe. Si.nliii (live, 'i Iu Hi" Siilrni-
ller ur HhiiIImiiii,
New Vork,. July lii. A spec'al from
Santiago published here this altermu.n
gives the following as the terms of the
surrender of the Spanish forces under
itemral loral; lhe U .i m retimce ut
'aitey and Silsmey to be turned I ack
into the city. American Infantry puii. l
to he posted In the roads mirrniimllni;
the city. Our hospital corps to gue M
tentlon tn any possible sick and wound "i
among the Spanish soldiers In ranting t.
All Spanish tr.sii.s In the urtivince exceni
ien. I.uiiiie at llolgiiin to cometo tlntcilv
lo surrender, (inns and defen,. a to be
tiirntil to the Americans in g.s.d cm li
lif.n. Americans to have full use of tin
iiiritgua railway which beltings to Hie
pani-h government. All Spaniards to
convoyed home by American trans
oils with the least isissihle delay and
rniltted t'i take sirtable church piop
ty with them. 'Ilils last coiice- Ion is
inleres'iiig because at the lirst threat bv
he Am ncitiis to bout bard the city the
in-hht-hi.p, priests and Hum caiicoi l
an 1 di'iiuiiitled safe convoy They were
li I I to go back and point out to He
pauinrds the tnollsliliesH ol their l.-l-t-
ance. Hit Spanish to hui remit r tlieir
Nit lullttw Kfiyi-r.
Washington, July Id.- Surgeon lien
ml W j man of the marine hospital ser
ies iss there is not aslngle case uf el
ow fever in tins country so far as he
knows, ami that no .re.a'atii,(is are
nuking to receive yellow fever patients.
Will Nut Let their Arm..
W ashington, July Id - Secretary Mg.-r
states positively that the Spaniards will
,t I." allowed to retain their arms.
Next Mr Mnvea.
W'adiiiigton, July Id. When the cabi
net oilicials leli the white house after a
iiar conference It was stated that the eu-
lh I'lilursil.i 11 ii in , stecrer 1lp..t. III.
Ilr.tli In Aliiaka
Ictorla, It ('., Julv lit. Advices from
SKaguav i ii that .1. flersun Smith, a well
known g nihler, generally known as
".soupy sini'.h, w h siiot and k lie I July
i i y the tily engineer of Skaguay. A
miii r tiatid S' wart from l.iivson
Claimed In I, iivn M'. ii bunco, il out of
LtiKl lhe ilMz 'its filled n liiciHlig to
c 'in pel Hie roi.iiiT to niali" res: tut Inn.
loai v, irui'd with a ril . lirncendetl
t ibreak up II. e iiii.'M'ig. lhe city en
gineer, whose name is not given, resisted
siiiiiiih intrusion. Hindi struck him
with the butt if Ids rill", and in the
scullle that ensued the rllle waa dis
charged, seriously wounding the en
gin er. who then shot smilh through lhe
heart with Ida revoivr. '( he j:iry exou
i" rated the engineer on the gniuiiil of
MKSSAtlh. KKlMt Hill I'llK.sl I1KNT.
Mi Klitl.y !' nn I l.,.irnt Till. lit. lu
th. Aiitnrlt.ii Army,
Washington, July lti The following
messagt'M were sent to day to Ueueral
"lhe presl lent of the I'nited States
sends you all I your brave armjr the pro
round thanks of the American piople for
the brilliant nchieieiu. nts at Sautiagii.
resullli g in Hm surrender of the city
and all the Spanl h troops and teiritory
iimler lieiiernl ioial oiir splendid
command outlined n; t only the hardships
and sacrllicea Ini-I lent to the cam' ali-n
liiul battle, hut In the strtsiiif heat ami
weather Irliiniphi d over ole-tacles which
w, mid h ive oiei come meri less brave and
determined. One and all displayed most
conspicuous gallfiitry and have earned
die giatltii le of the nation. The hearts
f the iieopin turn wllh tender synipalhy
'o the sick and wounded. May lhe Kather
"f Mercies pn tet t and comfort them.
H C.l.l.lM Mt KlNl.KY."
"I cannot exprt st in wouls my gratl
' ndt to loll mid lour heroic inen. Vnnr
a. i k has be. n well done, (iod bless you
II. K. A. Al.dKIt "
HICK AMI MOI Mil II.
I him Numli.r r Miilillrr. I rem Ctlli" nn
Hi. Vt sf In N.ft torft.
New V irk, July Hl.-7l,e liospltal shin
Ollielte Is ex,.ected tfi arrive at New
Vork to day or to morrow. Among the
ick and wounded on board tire: MaJ.
James M. Hell, Klrst cavalry; Maj. Abx.
0. I'llce, Klrst 1 . S. V, ('.; tWiunl Meut.
Horace lievereanx, Kir d I . s.V C; l.ieiit.
W. M. Kiscus, Setomi lnl 'iti t r v ; llrlg.
(ien. II. 8. Hawkins, . S. V. C ; ('apt.
Morton J. Henry, ('apt. Thomas
T. Knox, Kirst cavalry; ('apt
James II McCllntm k. Knst C. 8. V. C;
Klist I, lent. Maury Nichols, Seventh In
fantry; Kirst Loon. John It. ThoiiiaH, Jr .
Hirst I lilted Siatess volunteer cavalry ;
Sergt. Iioiigherty, comptinv K, Seventy
llrsl New Vork; also the fallowing prl
v ilesfif the Kirst Culled Mtiites voliin
leer Cavalry i Hough liideiH): Alberts,
coinpany 1; Bailey, company K; Heel,
c pany li; Heebe, ct.mitany B; Bert
scher, company A; Culver, company
1. ; Boisey, company A; Co.vle, coni
pmy li; ieiui..re, company K;
Klsln r, company i; lladden, company K;
llolinn-i, couipiuiy B; hllno, aei genii t
company 1,; .McMilleu, coiufuiuy H;
Veght-r, company I.; Menges, coinpany K;
Newi'oiiilt, company H; ui uis, isnupauy B;
Howeii, corp ual couipauy K; I'ate, ser
g. hiit ciiiipaiiy H; Iteid, company I);
Stewart, corpoial cnmi.iny li; Winter.
I..' ii J., Jr., company K.
Mit-t l'n ll'iir Taxi ft.
(I'.tiiinwa, I a. July ti - I nlte.l
Stall s Ciiiniiiin-' loner Hunter to-day de
cided that express I'oiiipanies must pay
the one i cut leM'iiiii' tax to be attached
'.o the express leceipls. He holds the
cashier of the lot al i.lli"" of the Aduin
Kxpress ciiinp i'iv arrested on the charge
of Violating lhe reienue law to the feder
ul graml jury l uil'd Htates Blstrict
Altoriiey Miles repitsented the I lilted
tales The attorney lor the express
company will apply for a writ of habeas
corpus before I nm d Slates judge, Wool
sou TIiIh paper was in error yesterday aft
eriioon win n it el. .!. I Hiat s. B. i.illett
would occupy 'aw tdlices in the Whiting
hull. ling. He I. as taken the olli "i s for
erly used by Br Chaml.erlin, dentist,
ou r the jewelry store id II. K. Kttx, lu
the I'olllllihllH building.
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A settlement has been
efTected of our fire loss
i i i
y: it: y: t: y
e e , i iC
e t t
and we are now busy
preparing our stock for
the largest FIRE SALE
ever held in this terri
Til ERE WILL HE A HOT 'IT ML IN NHW TOWN.
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it t vtt :a .ti :u v -ii iii Hi it i;J ;J j iJ iif i.f iif ; t 55 5 f Ut J 5 &
JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE.
This is a package
2. 'Vi- ?fc
of fciitijcfs Best tea.
You can buy it (and pet
your money back if you
don't like it) at
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
tig SOUTH SliCONII 8TKI!I!T.
We have nine tlnr fruit, ttnd herrlei, fur
wli't-h we lovtlf vour lniiri II "it.
recent lieary rains have caused
SHOES 1HAT MARE f RIENDS
do -ell, mid w llh each pair of
I he ii a-nii Im' Hit- is plain
lllelell -I'll I. iu llpiealalice
lu. tlel ial Used in t ll.-l i in, live up i
hid, ha n itu i r i a ii. and the w nkm
llllelell places 1. 1 lumps lo tnltllle I
llliollt pi lees elthei ,
I II V.
I lit' mill kind w
i.M we h.ne a new friend.
A It K liiifili slliiKS, in,
g.n.. I cl. ai thi.iugli. 1 he
In -I lll.t 1 1 tl I in-1 tl rial , be it
n hip i- gu'.d loo. No
lid. I feet. No 1 1 Ut II lt
Best Men's i2.f30
SIkkj in the city.
Best $1 .HO Ox
(Jld -, lor 1. lilies
ill the city, in
Black oc Tan.
All leathet and
RED. 0. CAINSLEY S 00
mn. Hnhit .. until i,
Hellal.le Slii.e llealera.
I as? S. Second St.
A I I I I
H. E. FOX,
("Oin.T 'ill St. iimi (JiiI.I Ave.
CHU'F WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FF. I'AC
Sold on tasy Monthly Payments.
IFIC R. R.
We have just received an
21 Ifwuli-i Klgtnji
21 lwflid Waiilumi i
21 and 2i Uwld IUmpd,n. ( Sk Wedding Rinej
17 cweud Elgin. ! n Flat shapes.
17 J,wfl.d W 'il'hami. j fine Watch work, Stone Mounti.it and ar-
I iik (told, Guld r tiled, Mverl . ,
.nd Ntcklt cjuii. j IS,C engravingf promptly done.
Mall Onlwrn SiUcltod uml Hil Isluot ion llniriinl ,mm!
some big washouta near Navajo Hprlnga
ami H lngate on the Hanta Ke Paclllc
railroad. Train No. 'i from the west due
last night has not arrived at the time of
going to presa. No. 1 from the north ar
rived on time last ulght, but was held
here until I J::t0 this afternoon, when it
started for the went. The train from the
south will arrive at 11:30 p. iu.
TrunkH anil telescope valine cheaper
than the cheapest, Kutrelle'a.
THE SULPHUR SPRINOS
WASON & TRIMBLE, Prop.
The beit equipped tri-evekty foui-iWra! tlife in the Soulhwctt. From Thom
l2n ilu 'nou Sulphur Saringi In lh Jtmtt Mmiatkint. Leave Thoroloo
Tuudayi, 1 hundiy. tnd Siturdayi at 8 a. m. arrive at Bland 12 nooni leave
Bland at I p. m. and arrive at Sulphun at 5 p. m. Stage return from Sulphur
on M-mdiy, Wedntsdayi and Friday. Partle leaving Albuquerque on Satuf
day can iptnd Sunday in the mountain.
Round Trip Tickets for Sale by
W. L, TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque1
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thoma.i
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn and Studebakcr
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Arinijo lltilldlnp;.
A Oontrally lion tect Hotel,
All Pattern 10 and 15c
Day as Received-
20 1 Utilioad Avenue, AllnKiucnjuc, N. M,
Best Xf litod Store In
To Advertise Oar Men's Department
We Will Inaugurate a
EVERY SATURDAY MIGHT
And Prices will m for Sat unlay Only.
Here is Our Specials foi Saturday, Julv
Min'a Working l'ants, all sizes, at 49c
Men's (Jrey Heavy Working l'ants, at 75c ;
Men's Hair-Line Working l'ants, at 99c !
Hoys' Summer Coats and Vests, at 50c 1
! Men's Odd Working Shirts, at 2$c
I Hoys' Knee l'ants, at uc
Hoys Unlaundi led White Shirts, at 35c