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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOL. II- NO. 199
MABIETTA, OHIO", THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1896.
PRICE OjSTE CENT
Garcia Drives Out the Spaniards
and Captures Holguin.
Gen. RoloIF Lands an Expedition on
theCoast of Moro at Las Pledras.
In the Fight at Ilolgnln the Troops Were
Compelled to Itetreai, With Heavy
Loss The Bodies of Their Dead
'Were Lett on tho Field.
HAVANA, Aug. 19. The news that
Gon. Roloff had landed an expedition
at Las Pledras, coast of Moro, and that
Garcia had captured the city of Uol
gnln is true Ono hundred Spanish sol
diers, who were escorting a convoy
from Canto to Cayraas, MnnzaniUo,
wero surrounded by a superior forco of
patriots, who attached tho Spanish
forco from all sides. Tho troops sus
tained heavy losses, much larger than
the official figures, which arc given us
two officers and 21 privates killed.
Tho bodies of tho dead were left on
tho field, the Iroops being compelled
to hurriedly retreat to escape annihila
tion. The patriots reported to have
lost 10 killed, including two leaders.
A. body of patriots attacked the tow n
of Guira dc Melona, in the southern
part of the Province of Havana, and
captured it, despite a desperate resist
ance on the part of tho Spanish garri
son. Joseph Miguel Carrlllo was shot ot
Matanzas Monday for the crime of re
bellion and incendiarism.
Chongo Sivcro wad reported by Gen.
Bosch, a few days ago, to have been
killed in a recent skirmish with Col.
The I'opullsts Iloadquarters.
Washington, Aug. 19. It has been
definitely decided by tho populist exec
utive committee that tho headquarters
of that party shall bo established in
this city. Beyond tho published re
ports of tho nominations of Bryan and
, Watson as the candidates of that party
for president and vice-president, no
ratification thereof will bo sent to the
cindidates. Tho populists do not offi
1 dally notify candidates, and that rule
'will not be varied from in tho present
Three Miners Killed.
Butte, Vont., Aug. 19. Foreman
Peter Ryan, .John Manning and John
Campbell were instantly killed in tho
iSt. Lawrence mine Tuesday evening by
the failuro of a clutch on tho hoisting
(engine to work and permitting the
cage to drop to the bottom of tho shaft,
a distanco of 1,250 feet. There were
other men at work in tho shaft; but as
tho accident occurred just after a shift
it is hoped and believed they had all
loft and cone home. .
Oh, I Guess That'll
Have To Do.
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We claim superior
ity in Men's Suits at
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Wo would call
your attention not
particularly to tho
fact that wo have
u ten dollar lino
of Men's Suits, but that in tho gar
ments which compose it, there is mora
real valuo that can bo found elsowhoro
for tho money. Elegant Worsteds,
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elegantly made and trimmed.
The nowest and latest styles in BoyB' School and Children's Cloth
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Our Hat Department
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REPLIES TO BRYAN.
The Sound Money Democrats ot New York
City Have an Inning Ilourko Coclcrnn
the Principal Speaker.
MadibonSquaiik Garden, New York,
Aug. i9. The mass mcttlng of the
Democratic Honest Money league was
held Tuesday evening under the most
favorable auspices. The weather was
all that could bo desired, clear and de
lightfully cool, and thousands upon
thousands of -persons turned out to
hear Hon. Mourke Cockran's reply to
the speech of Wm. Jennings Bryan de
livered in tho same amphitheater last
The arrangements for tho meeting
were on a most elaborate and almost
perfect scale. The doors were opened
at six o'clock, and from that hour until
tho speaking commenced a steady
stream 'of peoplo flowed into tho huge
Tho Sixty-ninth regiment band ren
dered a series of national airs while
the audieneo filcl in. Every man, wom
an and child who entered was given a
small American Dag and a leaflet con
taining tho words of tho "Star Span
gled Banner" and "America."
These songfe wero rendered by a
doublo quartette, in which the vast as
semblage assisted. Tho small Amer
ican flags played a prominent part
later in the evening, when they were
waved vigorously and with charming
effect by the audience when it gave
vent to its enthusiasm at somo of tho
many points made by Mr. Cockran in
the course ofthis speech.
As persons prominent in political
and business life came in and were
recognized by the assemblage the spec
tators manifested their enthusiasm with
cheers and other forms of applause.
Tho audience was very enthusiastic
and the slightest occurrence out of tho
ordinary set tho meeting cheering.
Eighty-three hundred chairs hud
been placed in tho arena of the great
auditorium. This arrangement swelled
the seating capacity of tho building to
At 8:2.), when Mr. Cockran came in
every seat was occupied. Mr. Cockran
was received with prolonged cheers.
. In Fnt or of Fusion.
DeaVek, Col., Aug. 10. Tho demo
cratic state convention to select presi
dential electors and nominate a state
tickctmot in Pueblo at noon Wednes
day. The managers of tho party in tho
stato favors fusion on utmost any
terms, but as to the method of pro
cedure no two seem to bo agreed to.
Emperor Francis Joseph's Birthday.
Vienna, Aug. 10. Tuesday was tho
sixty-sixth anniversary of the birth of
Emperor Francis Joseph. In accord
ance with custom, his majesty con
ferred several decorations on promi
nent personages, Including Count
Goluchowskl, tho imperial minister of
foreign, nffn irs.
Men's Fine Suits
We mean Suits that
any ono can wear
for thoy are as neat
and good as possibly
can be found for the money. Thoy com
prise Cassimeres, Cheviots and Home
spuns, and a Clay Worsted that can't
This line is a
of Pino Dross
Suits, fit to wear
upon any occasion
Composed entirely of stylish and dres
sy fabrics such as Imported Worsteds,
Vicunnas, Thibots, Clays and Diagon
als, superably made and well fitting.
Interesting Statistics Given by
Total Number of Convicts in Penal
Institutions in 1895 Was 54,244.
Number of Femaleselmprlsoned In 1808,
1,088 Number Engaged In Productive
Labor, 38,410 In 1805 tho Number
ot Sick nod Idle Was 7,085. .
Washington, Aug. 10, Commission
er of Labor Carroll D. Wright has just
issued a bulletin which contains somo
interesting- statistics and general in
formation about convict labor in the
United States. Tho total number of
convicts in penal institutions in the
various states in 18&5 was 41,8S7. In
1895 the number rose to 54,244.
Of tho number imprisoned in lbS5,
1,007 wero females. Tho number of fe
males imprisoned in 1805 was 1,088,
an increase of only 21. In 18S5 tho
number engaged in productive labor
was 30,S53j 73.7 per cent, of the total
number, while in 1805 tho number en
gaged in productive labor was 38,415,
or 70.8 per cent. There was also a de
crease in tho proportion of those en
gaged in prison duties, in 1885 tho total
was 8,301, or 20 per cent., while in 1805
thcro woro 8,804, 10.2 per cent In 1885
tho number idle and sick was 2,033, or
0.3 per cent., in 1805, 7,025, .13 per cent.
An increase in the amount of work
done in penal Institutions during 1805
occurred In Alabama, Connecticut,
Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts,
Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire,
New Mexico, Rhode Island, South Car
olina, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wash
ington and Wisconsin; Arizona, Ar
kansas,, California, Colorada, Georgia,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Ken
tucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan,
Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New
Jersey, New York, North Carolina,
Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South
Dakota, Tennessee and West Virginia.
Tho total value of goods produced or
work done in tho United States for tho
various states and territories in all tho
stato prisons and penitentiaries for
In 18S5 the total wages paid by con
tractors ond lessees for the labor of
convicts, from which resulted a product
of the valuo of 528,753,000, was only
53,512,070, or SI of convict labor wages,
58.10 of finished product of convict la
bor. At the present time in all prob
ability tho total value of the labor ex
pended by the convicts in tho state
penitentiaries and prisons of tho coun
try does not exceed 52,500000.
Does Not Answer All tho Questions that
Might Ho Asked Concerning tho rtnanro
mid Coinage of the United States.
Washinoton, Aug. 10. When offi
cials of the treasury department pre
pared circular 123, they wero of tho
opinion that every conceivable ques
tion concerning tho finance and coin
age of the United States had been an
swered. They find they are mistaken.
Hardly i day passes but that questions
are asked that circular 123 does not
oven refer to. Those concerning the
ownership of gold and silver mines
in tho United States is the most
numerous. Director of the Mint Pres
ton says it is almost impossible to give
satisfactory reply to these inquiries.
She gold and slh or mines of the United
States, he says, are largely stock af
fairs, and It Is very difficult to traco out
tho ownership of stock. Great blocks
of Luropcan capital, ho says,
are always in the United States
awaiting paying investments and
when gold and silver mines
present themselves they are readily
taken up. It is well known, he says,
that the Rothschilds and other foreign
capitalists are largo owners of stock in
dividend paying gold and silver mines
of the Unitsd States. t What percent
age of such stock foreign capitalists
own can not bo determined. No offi
cial statistics on this subject have ever
been gathered by the United States
government. Mr. Preston says ho will
make an elfort to gather such informa
tion for the present calendar year.
Secretary Herbert in Southampton.
Southampton, Aug, 19. Hon. Hilary
A. Herbert, United States secretary of
tho navy, with his daughter, arrived
here Wednesday on board the Ameri
can lino steamer St. Louis. As tho St.
Louis passed Nettley, throo miles
southeast of this port, tho United
Stated cruiser Minneapolis, which is
lying at anchor there, fired n sal u to in
honor of Mr. Herbert, and Adm. Sel
frldgo and his staff in full uniform
met the secretary upon tho dock.
(Ml Near Clarkgburff, V. Va.
Washington, Aug. 10. A dispatch
from Clarkhburg, W. Vn., says there is
great rojoiclug over the discovery of
oil 11 miles from that place in tho Ten
Milo district, near Cherry Camp. The
well was being put down by tho Mount
ain Stato Gas Co., which supplies
Clarksburg with natural gas, and at a
distanco of 2,000 feet oil was struck.
Tho well stands 1,200 feot in oil. Tho
oil Is said to be of an excellent quality.
This discovery opens up a vast field.
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Mrs. Abbey acts Alimony.
New Yoiik, Aug. 10. In tho supremo
court Tuesday Justico Smyth awarded
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey 53,300 a year ali
mony pending tho trial of hoc suit for
divorce from tho, theatrical and oper
atic maaagor. Mrs. Abbey was also
granted 350 counc" foes.
First Campaign (laa lu Illinois.
JACKSONyiLtE, 111.,, Aug. 10. The
first gun of tho campaign in this state
was fired from, the republican camp in
this city Tuesday. Senator Julius C,
Burrows; ,of Michigan, was the prln
clpal orator. .,
li Hung chaNg.
rho Kltuil Arrangements for Ills Recep
tion liuring Ills btny In This Country
Philadelphia, Aug.. 10. The final
arrangements for tho reception of Li
Mung Chang during his stay in this
:ountry were announced here Wednes
day by Maj. George W. Davis, U. & A.,
ivho cainu to Philadelphia and con
ferred with ex-minister to China, John
Russell Young, in reference to tho en
tertainment of tho distinguished visi
tor. Ihe ambassador extraordinary with
his suite will urrlvo In New York on
b'riday, 2Sth inst., and will bo received
ju tho following dny at Governor's is
land by tho picsident. There will boa
laval review and a great showing of
pomp. On Sunday Li will visit the
tomb of Gen. Grant and in tho evening
will dine with John Russell Young,
George V. Seward, John E. Ward and
ather Americans with whom he became
acquainted In China.
On Monday, the 3lst Inst, tho party
will be taken to West Point, where a
military review will be held. Tuesday,
September 1, the chamber of commerce
of New York will give n reception and
iinner in honor of tl e gioit man, and
Dn Wednesday he will visit tho city of
Brooklyn. Mr. Young will enter
tain LI as his guest in Phila
delphia on Thursday September
5. He will arrive here in tho
morning and will spend several hours,
tt is likely that besides his extensive
suite Li w 111 bo accompanied hero by
tho Chinese ambassador and suite,
Gen. Ruger, U. S. A., commanding the
department of the Atlantic, with his
staff, and a number of naval officers.
Mayor Warwick has written to Mr.
Ypung, stating that tho city will be
pleased to co-operate in the reception
of the visitor.
On tho evening of Thursday Li will
leave for Washington where he will
spend two days and from there he will
go to Niagara Falls, afterwards travel
ing by Canadian Pacific r.iilroad to Van
Couver, where he will embark for Chi
aa. It is said that President Cleveland
may endeavor to induce Li lo travel to
the Pacific slope on one of 'the Ameri
can trans-continental railroads unci
rlslt Chicago, St. Louis, Omaha and
WENT UP IN SMOKE.
Fhrce Stores nt Columbun, Gn., Untttd by
Fire Loss About 8140,000.
Columbus, Ga., Aug. 10. Fire broke
out about 11 o'clock Tuesday night in
Lewis' dry goods store, in the James A.
Lewis four-story building, and before
the ilames were checked three stores
were gutted from cellar to roof. Mr.
Lewis had just sold his stock to F.
Loewenheirz, proprietor of the Hec
Hive otiYe Tho btock was valued at
c40,000 with only 50,000 insurance. The
Lewis building was probably valued at
$.20,000 and about covered by
Insurance. M. E. Johoph, wholesale
drygoods, next door south, had 575,000
stock, about 532,000 insurance. The
building was owned by G. W. Wood
ruff and probably covered by insur
ance. Dr. Robert Carter's drug store,
next door north of the Lewis building,
was entirely destroyed. Value and in
surance unknown. II. Geyer, mer
chant tailor, was also burned out, but
i good part of his stock was saved.
The fire was got under control short
ly after midnight
Candidate llryan Denied It.
Ui-rr.n Rr.D Hook, N. Y., Aug. 10.
Dn his return from a fishing trip Tucs
lay night, Hon. Win. J. Rryan gave out
x prepared answer to the allegations
made by Senator John M. Thurston
that Mr. Rryan wab in the pa3 of the
mine owners. He denied the allega
tions without qualification and practi
cally invited the republican national
committee to make the charge officially
in order that ho might bo given a
chance to show exactly what his in
come had been and from what bources
it was derived.
Karon Von Zedwltz's Death Accidental.
London, Juno 10. A coroner's in
quest was held at Ryde Wednesday on
the body of Rarou Von Zedwitz, tho
owner of the yacht Isolde, who was
killed by tho collision of the Meteor
with tho Isolde off South Sea Tuesday.
Tho captains of the yachts Isolde,
Uritannia and Meteor were examined
and the jury returned a verdict that
the baron's death was due to the pure
ly accidental collision of the boats.
Police Captain Shot.
Chattanooga, Tcnn., Aug. 10. Cap
xain Tom Russell, of tho Chattanooga
police, found a man lurking in the
shadows on a resldcnco street in tho
suburbs Tuesday evening, and in an at
tempt to drag him into the light was
shot In tho left forearm and right
breast. Tho man escaped. Russell
will loso his left arm, but will recover.
Wrote "Kathleen Mavouruecn."
Portland, Mc., Aug. 10. Prof. F,
Nicholas Crouch, of Ualtlmore, Mtl.,
tho famous author, and composer of
"Kathleen Wavourneen," died very
suddenly Tuesday at tho residenco of
(.K-orjo A. Thomas. Prof. Crouch cele
brated his bCth birthday a few days ago
by a grand muticale, nt which ho sung
tho song which made him famous.
exhibition IlalUlIng and Exhibits Ilnrned.
Paris, Aug. 10. The bulldlpga'in
which an exhibition was being held at
Montpollor, department of Herault,
were destroyed by fire Tuesday,
Among tho exhibits' burned wero a,
number of historical documents and
valuable works of art. The loss is es
timated at 3,000,000 francs.
Four Men Killed lu u Hallway 'Wreck.
ToiT-KA, Kas., Aug. 10. A Rock Is
land extra freight parrying stock from
tho southern part of thp stato was
wrecked at tho sugar mills" four miles
west of this city Wednesday morning
at five o'clock. Four men stealing a
ride in tho feed box of a stock car were
almost Jnstttutly.kllled.- , ,
A cream of tartar Baking Powder. Highest
or all In leavening strength. Latttt United
Btatet Government Food Report.
KOYAL BAKING POWOEIt CO., 108 Wall St.,N.V
Now and Interesting Happculngs Within
CALLED ON M'KINLEY.
The lOvrrton Rlfle, Colored Military
Company or Cleveland. V site (he Repub
Camon, O., Aug. 10. Tho Over
ture rlilcs, a handsomely uniformed,
well-drilled military company, com
posed of colored men, came on u special
train from Cleveland, with a largo
number of their friends to call on
Maj McKinloy early Tuesday morning.
They marched behind their own band
from the station to the McKinley
residence, and were freely cheered
by the spectators on the sidewalks and
complimented upon their handsome ap
pearance. H. C i-mith, a colored mem
ber of the Ohio legis ature, addressed
Maj. McKinley on lehalf of the vis
itors, und presented him with a certifi
cate of honorary mimbership in tho
riiles, the first ono ever issued. Maj.
McKinley replied to Mr. Smith and ac
knowledged the compliment of the
honorary membership in the L'Ovcr-
biath Chair l'lans Accepted.
Coi.Uiinrs, 0., Aug. 10. arden Cof
fin, late Tuesday afternoon, accepted
.'he plans drawn by Harry LCanfield,
of Xenia, for all the electrical appli
ances to bo placed in the Ohio peniten
tiary, Including those for tho death
chair and electrocution room. There
were several plans submitted for in
spection. The bids for furnishing the
appliances are to be opened September
1. A large number of firms have writ
ten for plans and specifications, and it
is likely there will be a great many
A Peculiar Suit.
CoLUMnus, O., Aug. 10. A peculiar
suit was brought Wednesday morning
against Warden Coffin and Clerk Frank
Koehen, of the stato prison, by A. S.
Ilraley, of London, O., for 8200 which
was found on the person of William
Howard when he was receivo.1 to serve
a term for the robbery of Rraley's ho
tel, in London Ilraley claims that the
money is part of that taken from his
hotel by Howard. He will have a
chance to prove it August 'J4.
A l'ogtinaqter IK Id Up.
Di:i.awai:e, O., Aug. 10. W. J. Long
worth, a merchant and postmaster of
Alum Creek, was held up and robbed
by two highwaymen while driing
heme from this city. The robbers
wiM mnOrniV nrwl wlilb ono liolrl r rp.
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volver against Longworth'b head, the
other relieved him of two gold watches
and a small sum of money. Tho rob
ISryan tVlllTTalt Coliunliti.
Coi.UMnus, O., Aug. 10. Tho Rusiness
Men's league of this city sent an invita
tion to Win. J. Rryan to isitColumbus
during the campaign. The president of
the league has lecelved the follow
ing telegram from Mr. Rryan in re
sponse, dated at Upper Red Hook, N. V.:
''Cannot at this time fix date; willcome
later, if possible."
Headache Powder Kllleu 111m.
Coi.umhus, O., Aug. 10. Walter
Rrooksbank, aged two years, died
Wednesday morning from the effects
of a headache powder which hosecured
and swallowed. Spasms resulted. A
visitor in the house who was suffering
from headache left tho powder in his
Wants to Uicome n Vljlajrc.
Newtown, O,, Aug. 10.- An effort is
being made by prominent citizens be
longing to the Newtown Improvement
society to have a village incorporation
to include the present special school
district. The majority of property
owners are urging the movement
Siifo lSlowu and Robbed.
Tomuio, O., Aug. 10. The safo of tho
Paragon Oil Refining Co., at Ironville,
was blown open early Wednesday
morning and between 700 and SI, 000
secured. Tho work Is evidently that
of expert cracksmen.
Drank Gasoline and Died.
Upper Sandusky, O., Aug. 10, Tues
day evening the threc-ycar-old daugh
ter of Charles Kirschner drank gaso
line and died in 15 minutes. Tho child
got hold of tho stuff while playjng
about the kitchen.
CtuvEi.AND, O., Aug. 10. A new di
rectory of tho city, issued Tuesday,
estimates Cleveland's population at
80S. 695, an increase of over 15,000 over
Broke In Three Places.
Beilefontainb, 0., Aug. 10. In a
runaway Tuesday a heavy thorse fell
upon Mr, Milton Martin's leg, breaki
Ing it In three places.
Took Rough on It,ts.
Frem6xt, O., Aug, 10-Thomaf JIos
mer committed suicide by taking rough
(( on rats. . V"
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
DEPAni 6:00 a. m., 10:40 a. m., 1:00 rm iiM
p. m., 7:00 p.m., ll:25p.m.
AnnrvE 8:05 a. m., 8:10 a. m., 11: if, p. m.,4iH
p.m 0:40, p. m., 8:55 p.m.
T. & O. C. Ex.
leave 2.10 p. m., 0:00, 4:oo a.m
Amtiv 4:45, I2:i5p m. 7:80 a.m
C. &. M.
Lbave. o:25a.m. l:Hp.a
ARums 11:15 a. m.,T:08p. a
rS"; 6:wa.m., 1:40 p. n
aRwte 10:40 a.m., 5:55 p. ra
O. R. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
South 0:34a.m.; 3:03, 7:33 p.m
Nomn 12.32, 3:50 a.m.; 7:27 p.m
f IH M4'Hf lt
Stylish Cat. Easy Fittiug.
You may buy a pair of Dutch
ess Wool Trousers at
And wear them two
months. For every Sus
pender Button that cojies
off we will pay you ten
cents. If they rip at the
waistband we will pay you
fifty cents. It they RIP
in the seat or elsewhdre
WR Will PAY yOU ONE DOL
LAR Or GIVE YOU A NEW
Best in the World.
j rry a Pair.
t STAR f
f Clothing House.
Pnir.ADEU'HiA, Aug. 10. President
A. J. Reach, of the Philadelphia base
ball club, has given tho Wilmington
club, of the Atlantic league, 1,500 in
cash and Pitcher Garvin for short-stop
Gallagher. In addition, and ns part of
the deal, the Wilmington team will also
have the temporary use of Mcrtes,
Geir and Royle, of the Philadelphia
club. Gallagher is a good all-round
The Majestic llrcaks tho Kecord.
New Yonif, Aug. 10. The White Star
steamer Majestic, which arrived at
3:!)0 o'clock Wednesday morning, made
the fastest passage fahe has over made
from Daunt's Rock to this port. Her
time of passage was five days, 17 hours
and 50 minutes, which is 12 minutes
better than her best previous record,
made four j-ears ago. She experienced
fine weather and smooth seas through
out. Trtmury Gold neii.ri
Washington, Aug. 10. The treasury
gold reserve Wednesday declined to
S101.SS4.C00, the day's withdrawals be
ing 155,100. At Philadelphia Monday
the treasuiy received 515,000 in gold
in exchange for now S5 silver certifi
cates. There was deposited at the as
say office in Helena, Mont, Tuesday,
S10.000 in gold bullion, which camo
from the Yukon river mines in Alaska.
It will be coined into eagles.
Tiann Firm Tails.
Chicago, Aug. 10. Tho plant of tho
Russell Piano Co., 240 Jefferson street,
is in the hands of tho sheriff. Tho
company was forced to tho wall
through a confession of judgment filed
against it Tuesday, and amounting to
25,000, The officers of the company
belle vo that they will bo able to resume
in a short time.
Warrant Issued for a Hank Clerk.
Cakson, Nov., Aug. 10. A warrant
was sworn out Tuesday by EVau Wil
liams, vico president of tho Iiullion
and Exchange bank, of Carson, for tho
arrest of Henry IC. Rrown, formerly a
clerk In tho bank, charging him with
stealing 04,200 in cash from that Insti
tution. Rrown will return to Carson
City Wednesday of fits own volition.
More Troops for Cuba.
Madwd, Aug. 10. Tho first embarka
tion of 1,000 troops for Cuba will com
menco at Santandcr on August 23, ter
minating on August 26. The second
will take place from August 30 (ill Sep
tember 0, after which tho cavalryjirill
cmbarlr. By September 11 tho 'whole
expedition of 40,000 will have left f the
ill mi: he