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IHE GIVES THANKS.
Admiral Cervera and Hii Officer* Attend Church which wasgreatly thronged BT PEOPLE WHO WERE ANXIOUS TO BEE THE MAN* Wlip f<6 ' PlyUCKILT FOIIT.HT ANt 1.0ST THE LAST CHEAT NAVAL HAT- ! M ? THE SERVICES WERE j VERY IMPRESSIVE - V/UIT- | LAND'S . ANCIENT CAPITAL j CROWDED VttTH Ct'KIOPlTV 9BBKBR8 ? EULATE REFUSES ' TO BION THE PAKOI.E PAPERS. r ANNAPOLIS, M<3? July 17.?Mary? land's ancient capital was crowded tc' day with curiosity seekers, who came [. from Baltimore, Washington and elsei where by rail and water in the type "of getting a peep at Admiral Cervera and the men who fought and lost In the great naval flght off Santiago. Those who reached here early In the mornlns were rewwueu uir meir uuuuiv, ? ly all the prisoners, including the ad, miral, attended divine services at St. - Mary'* Roman Catholic church, whore the/ offered up thanks for their deliverance from the late that overtook so many of their less fortunate comrades who fell before the relentless fire of the American mine on July 3. The church \a conducted by the Kedemptorlst Brothera.,-. The morning's services were conducted by. Brother John, one of the most prominent of the Order, in the presence of a congregation which taxed the capacity of the edJflce to its utmost. Probably no service held within Its walls for years possessed so sm*at an interest or znaav ? more pruiuuuu huiugspiv,. Hr^.. tboee who attended It. At the close of the services the officers returned to the naval academy and pent the balance of the day In strolling bout the grounds or Icrunghig on the broad ptaztas which surround most of m the buildings In which the prisoners are quartered. They are rapidly becoming accustomed to their surroundings and aeem cheerful and contented. Ample provision has been made for their cbm* fort, the food Is plentiful and ofthe best quality, an&olothes will be provided for such as will accept Captain Eulate. of the Vlscaya, Is the only one of the officers who has thus far refused to sign the parole pledge. His reasons for It are that Admiral Cervera was only required to give a verbal prom**??? hi- /rviin??.' % rnnlc ontl ties him to the same privilege. The au? thoritles here have no doubt that the matter will be amicably arranged and that the scruples of the gallant officer may toe overcome. TERMS OF SURRENDER Of lha Spantah Forecast Santiago? All Soldim liare Co Give np Their Arm*. TFhoU Faroe Sarreinlcrcd AmonnU to 84.000. WASHINGTON, D. C., July 17.?The following dispatch was received from General Shatter yesterday: "Headquarters Near Santiago, July 10. ,4Th? conditions of capitulation include alt forces nnd war material In the described territory. The United States agrees, with as little delay as possible, to transport all Spanish troops In the district to the Kingdom of Spain, the troops, as far us possible, to embark near the garrison they now occupy, the oflcers lo retain their- side arms and the officers and men to retain their personal property. "The Spanish commander is authorised to take the military archives belonging to the surrendered district. Alt 8panish forces known as volunteers, cirliizadves and guerillas who wish to remain in Cuba may do so under parole during the prosent war. giving up thoir arms. "tjpanisn rorces marcn out ot Santiago with honors of war. depositing their arms at a point mutually agreed upon to await the disposition of the United States government, it being understood the United States commissioners will recommend that the 8panlsh soldiers return to Spain with arms they bo bravely defended. This leaves the question of return of arms entirely In the hands of the government. ."I Invite attention to th*- fact that several thousand surrendered, said by General Tornl to be about 12.000.nna!nst whom a shot has not been flred. The return to Spain of the troop* in this district amounts to about 21,000, according to General Toral. "W. R. SHAFTER, UllllCU OIUICO (IMUIIICCIDI TORAL'8 PLEA To PrMldent No KtuUf Asking hU Hoi* (flora Amu Imj SotwI to 'I'lirm. WASHINGTON, D. C.. July 17.-Thc wor department posted the follotvlnri bulletin yesterday: Playa del. Este, near Santiago. July 16.?The following letter has just been received: Santiago do Cuba. July It? To His Excellency, Commander in Chier American Forces?Excellent Fir: 1 am oow authorized by my government to capitulate. I lmve the honor to so apprise you, requesting that you designate hour and place where my repn* sentatlves shall appear to compare with those of your excellency, to effect thr* articles of capitulation on the basis of what has been agreed upon to this date, In due time. I wish to manifest my dnslro to know the resolutions of the l!ni nu liuiuiniiciii icirf-.tiiiin ihv return of arma, bo iis to note on the capitulation ;also the great courtesy of your great graces and return for the great genoroBity and Impulse f??r the Spanish 'aoldierB, and allow them to return to the peninsula with the honor* of the American army do them the honor to acknowledge as dutifully descended. JOSE TORAL, General Commanding Fourth Army Corps. To General Shnfter, Cummandiiip American Forces. Unritful Hi- Hp ui'alt llarrnrkt. PLATA DEL EflTE, Guantanamo Bay, July 17.?Captain Hunker, of the gunboat AnnapoM*. returned to-day from Baraeoa, where hr hax! been three day* watehlng for blockade runner*. had a alight engagement there with the Spanish, who flred upon him with ' field piece* but did no injury. Captain Hunker returned the Are, netting lire to and burning the SpanlHh barracks. HrKM III* ICInmlilt*. Mr. A. V, i nomnn, in .tjui/nvmc, if*., has found a more valuable discovery than has yet been made in the Klondike For years he fufrond untold agony from consumption, ftccoinpanM by hemorrhage; and whh absolutely cured by Dr. King's New Discovery *ir Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds. He declares that gold Is of little value in comparison with this marvelous cure; would have It, even If It coat a hundred dollars a bottle. Astnmn. Hronchltls nnd all throat and lung affections aro positively cured by Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption. Trial bottles fre* nt Lo*an Drug Co.'s Drug Htore. Regular *l*e GO rents and $1.00. Guaranteed to curt or price refunded. $ GEORGE BRUC He Has Received the Appointment c Kit Mr. George Bruce Cortelyou, of New I York city, has been appointed by the ' President to lie his assistant secretary. ~ - ? - ? -? U.VInl?? To Mr. uorteiyou rrwiucm will dictate- his messages, addresses and all other of Ills state papers. In addition to that ho will have charge of the corrc. spondence of Mrs. McKlnley, and the arrangement for all of her receptions will be In his chanre. Mr. Corlelyou Is tWrty-slx years old and for nearly three years has been the chief executive clerk to the President; so when congress created the additional position of that grade of work It was assigned to Mr. <1 .-1 I V>A. ?>ns mnrln ?n?Ifttnnf UOMPIJUU, UIIVl ?ic nw Him? ?. ? secretary to Mr. McKtnley. Mr. Cortelyou la a graduate of the law schools of tho Georgetown and Columbian Universities, receiving from the. former the degree of LL. B* from the latter the degree of LL. M. He wan graduated at the Hempstead InatltUte IMMUNE BEOIMEMT VV'IJ be pat to Critical Toil lu Gnrrlsontng SmillMEO. WASHINGTON, D. C.. July 17.?War department officials are giving the major portion of their attention to the adoption of strict measures for the protection of our troops from yellow fever and from low tropical fevers. Tho. department has decided to remove the troops at Santiago at the earliest possible moment to the country In the rear. Adjutant General Corbin said to-day that within Ave miles of Santiago pro per tue conamona wer- oo ??.-? j as obtainable in the tropica for stamp- j ing out the fever. High hill* assured | iveil-drained camps, a most .Important element In the preservation of health, the water supply coming from the mountains was pure and abundant and fresh sea breezes prevailed. While the main body of troops Is to be transferred back to these hills until they are needed for services elsewhere or are .returned to the United States, some trcops necessary will be placed either In the town Ijielf or In camp* command I tig'the place, In order to protect the Inhabitants. It Is believed that the two regiments of Immunes already on their watf to Santiago will be as signed to that duty. This will bo a eo- j vore test of the principle Involved In | the formation of the immune regiment? | for It Is suspected that many of the alleged immunes are merely persons who have spent only a few weeks In the tropics under conditions that never brought them into dJrect exposure to yellow fever. . Surgeon General Wyman, of the man ri?e hospital service, says there Is not a single case of yellow fever in this country ho far as he knows, and no preparations are making to receive yellow fever patients. It is his understanding that Secretary Alger will soon order the two companies of soldiers now at TortuKas, off the Florida coast, to some other point, and this place then will revert to the marine hospital. ili ''' ^ Hero you got town !>*<tutjrul pi dtmolUhod, and with a little work by IB CORTELYOU >( Assistant Secretary to President Motley. In 1879; at tho - State Normal School, West field, Mass., in ibs:;; purpura murary and musical course* at the? New England Conservatory of Music, Boaton; tutored classes In English literature at Cambridge. He- also studied stenography and engaged In active business as a general law and verbatim reporter. In 1884 he was appointed confidential stenographer in the United States appraiser's office; at New York. Prom 1885 to 1889 he was the principal of college preparatory schools in New York, and in Odtober, 1$S9, was appointed private s*?cretary io the postofflce inspector in charge at New York. He was appointed in July, 1891, private secretary to Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Hath bone, and reappointed by Assistant Postmaster General Maxwell. In November, 1895, he was appointed stenographer to the President. and in February, 189C, executive ftlwlf ro th<? President. SIMPLE PBAISE From tho PrtililMiitnml creUiry of Wnr, but How Eloquent It WASHINGTON. D. C? July 17.?The following meninges wore sent by President McKftiley and Secretary It. A. Alger: "To General Shafter. Commanding Front. Near Santiago, Playa: "The President of the United States sends to you and your brave army the profound thanks of the American people for the brilliant achievements at Santiago, resulting in the surrender of the city and all of the Spanish troops and territory under General Toral.Tou*. splendid command has endured not only the hardships and sacrifices Incident to campaign and battle, but In stress of heat'and weather has .triumphed over obstacles which would have overcome men les* brave and determined. One and all have displayed the moat conspicuous gallantry and earned the gratitude of the nation. The hearts "f the people turn with tender sympathy to the sick nnd wounded. May th< Father" or Mercies protect and comfort them. WILLIAM M'KINLEY. "To Major General Shafter, Front. Near Santiago, Play3: "I cannot express in words my gratitude to you and your heroic men. Your work has been well done. God ble*a ycu all. R. A. ALGER, "Secretary of War." The following message was received nt the white house at l> p. m.; 'To the President: "Camp, Near Santiago. July 16.?I thank you and my army, thank you for your congratulatory telegram of today. I hm proud to any everyone In it performed hln duty gallantly. Your message will be rend to every regiment In the army at noon to-morrow. "SH.AFTER, Major Genera!/' Tclophoim Company dMrltn '. Special Dispatch to the Intelllffenccr. CHARLESTON* W. Va., July 17.?The secretary of state here ha* lusued the following charters: Ulveavllle and Montana Telephone Company, of R1vesvllle, W. Va.. for the purpose of con v , rturwi of thn historic old ton-n of ffantlop American builders and Ainorlcun areliit-: structlnr. maintaining and .operating a telephone lin?i. Gapitai ouwe^rltcd, $1,000. The share* are 110 *aoh?and are held by C. E, GasklH. J. C. Gaskill. F. K Clayton, J. S. Coogle. of Fairmont, and J. T. Arneti, of Morgantown. TALK 0F*EA7HER AND WAR Sinker man Concludes That he Prefer9 the Latter Conversation. "Der cloud* are setting cloudier untf I fink ve'll liave some more vedder." said the Sinker Man, addressing Sarsaparilla. Bellly, In the little restaurant "I am sorry-far-our soldiers vlch got not umbrellas* in der war." "They carry guns." remarked Rellly: "surf) th' soldiers In th* civil war had no umbrellas, and it rained ulmoat all the tolme." "Do the var makes red vedder rain more as before?" asked Sinkers. "01 think it does." answered Rellly; "Ol remlnmer whin th* big battles were beln' fit ire ha J condensed atmosphere for breakfast. dinner an* supper.?Bala, ruin, all the time." "Veil, vat makes der rain?" asked Sinkers. "Ol'm surprised." said Rellly, "that ye don't know that. Ye see, th' waters av th' earth ar?; raised up Inter clouds around the atmosphere, an' then precipitate their waters back to th' earth." "How do It do It?" "Do what?" asked Rellly. "Participate der hemisphere back to der earth." said Sinkers. "In a very simple way," said Rellly. "Ye see, when air Is suddenly chilled its capacity av hoi din' moisture In th* utate :iv Invisible vapor Is diminished nri' th* i'xcIss of moisture Drlslnt be codim visible, an* Is seu free In parti-. cle?, which coalesh and form raindrops. Jiat a case av now ye don't see It an* now ye do. Suppose wo take for example, an' say ?<iual bulks av air In a state av saturtr.atlon at different tlmper-atures av 15 degrees and 45 degrees were Intermixed, the compound arlsln' out av Blch union will evidently have th' menn timper-nture av 30 degrees; but, since at these tlmper-atures th' wan portion held 200 parts of humodity an* th* other wan S00, sure the aggregate must contain 1,000 parts; or, we'll say half an' hnlf, which Is 500. At th' resultln' timner-ntiire, however. this portion could only stsplnd 400 parts of humodlty. an' consequlntly the dlffrence, or 100 parts, amountln' tcr the 200th part nv all th' weight av th' air, must be Dreclpltated from th* compound mass, which, however, wud not bo* th case wld air not entolrely saturated wld th' moisture, wherein th' amount set free wnil obviously be pro* portlonately leas, d'ye see?" "Let us argument about der var," said Sinkers. "You know vat? I vere t'Inkin' now dot der var Is over pooty ?>on I could get a Job In der naval pre. erves." "Yes,* said RelHy. "They might hire ye ter keep Spanish mackerel from awlmmln' in American waters, but ye'd look better as-on ornament to a Dutch man-of-war." "Now you're commeneln* again." said Sinkers. "It's a vender you don't say my vlfe Is a coward." "So,' remarked Kellly, "I know she's a fighter. Ye told me that yeraelf. ' Hack up a little! Back up! Th' last lolme yc were In Red Lam's ye hesitated ho Ions about sayln' turkey* that Red Jerry thought ye Jlst wlnt In ter look at-th* pictures. Are jer polnto fay 'Sampson?'" "Does that tn*an t'row up my hat? treat?" "Yes." said Rellly. "Sampron," exclaimed Sinkers. Then they bombarded Red .Terra's.?Xe?v Vork Sun. CKRVER. This mai? shows how and where tin would be coatly to remove, and It la unl western hemisphere. The infant rcpubl ernment can enrich ita treasury by Issui on Its ooast. These art- the only wreckt and China, and none of their vessels w r\ lllUD'H EYE VIEW OF SANTIAGO. :o. Thcwe were taken Rpcclally for thin napi ctB Santiago can be made the Queen City ( GOLD POat. Hardest things in the house to dean. Most Dr contrary tilings to keep dean. Most unpleasant HBlr w^e'a not"cleaned. Are made clean and kept clem easily with that enemy 01 oil and grease and dirt?ifiQ ^35/7^ Jj I " TlIlST Powder ?^p| Lar8*Ap3ek*ce-fTeatc*t economy. ft THE N. K. FAIRBANK. COXPAXT, HMBSTO % Chicago. HL Loulf. New Yo/k. Boston, Philadelphia. UKSpp] isPR |P||||! THAT THE iYeectaUePrcparatioarorAs- SIGNATURE singling ihcToodandRegula- ?_op? t^lheStaiMriisandBcwelscf y~Y _ , ,-f7 Promotes Digeslion.Chrerful- ?ct&t*4Ai nessandRestCoatalnsndUier fl Dpnim"Mnrphinff tinr>fmpm1. Ig IS ON 'I'HW jhinorotda-sgiOLEmza 8 WRAPPER Jfasjh* Setd- S dtlxSaira * f V fes4?- I| OF EVEBY > |jf |ggr J | BOITLEOF Apotfecf Remedy forConslipo- IJ| K AVA I B tion. Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea, H?T1 M IITII II I H Worms Convulsions .Feverish- jfi H fll % I II U III aess and Loss of Sleep. HlHla I HIllRH Simile Signature of fl IKEW YORK. H Outorf* ii put op In oattto bottles only." 11 pBBWBMI ft^^^^asar H niiu. A j^CTCOPTOFWAPPW.j? g^MBKHBMMiiMWiiMiiiihkiki ii w i in jjtmmmmmmamm >?- - - - ?'?! i% ? >l\ 5 % 1 * s! I -* ? 4 si I i i. ~ y |B V'S LANDMARKS ON TKK SAND .Ol^ CI'liA. ? Cuban coast is decorated by the wrecks of Orvera's fleet. These wreck* ikejy that Spain will care to come over and grot her remaining possessions In the io of Cuba win lnck funds to lift the opening debt of her new era, but the fovnnr tickets at a minimum nrlco for visitors to view the wreck of real battleships fl batllLnhipn thnt thcwortd can we. The only rocont war was between Japan are, bmchc.1 or left above tho water. ^ 1 J 7/ Vc?- r by our upeclal photographer on lho?i>o?. Powof the?obull<llne?h?*et??? ?C tlio Antillctf ugnlu.