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AMERICAN THIS. ? Spain ints to I'riiiripal ! mat's Leavint; tht- Detail fur C fltit HOSn-ITIES TO BE TfKMINATK SOON. Madrid forwarded Her K-pIv to Vilirii on Lat Monday Afternoon. JOlfT COMMISSION LIKELY TO BE CHOSEN. 1 oajMaa) to He lletermlned Include thrafef the Philippine. Para- T I lalms la West .Indie nd Dale of Plantation. UaaVB. Ang. I. The Gibraltar cor mpoadtit of the Daily Newa. tele, gngfcbu) Monday night, aaya : Tba j oenaorahip ia daily becoming aora setere, ami little ia known lieyond the facttbat peace ia assured It is un- oeratorsJ that the note from America aakaonfr part of tba PblUpptoaa, aud that Seior SagaaU, having replied that tba trrfaa will be accepted. boatUitie mainsqnently suapendod. "A elmniiaaiou will be appointed to deesrn.ii" the basis of peace. The chief diflrally, it ia nnderatood in ofti etas, ik to the date and manner of the MrT40 ' tne Spanish poaaaaalona. .fcrre is alao the qneation of the dis Hf the war material in Cuba. Sen ajftfaata, if he has a chain . , will prob aUf represent a restitution of the ma Mrkla" a diploma'.. , (ory. ft ha Jut been a. rt. d here that (top mier baa succeeded In obtaining atajslv improved term. Tba treaty g..t be sign.-l Madrid correapondent of Tbe ard telegraphing Tuesday, av : i government's reply to the Ann r irma wa fur warded yaaterilay Ig through M. ( atuli'iii, and tliep- an ibUlty that peace will be ) is not lo be upnoed that the JJai State govern nc nt will object to a 'illations Is'ing mad- on the i'hll . iueetiou and iijsoii some pecunuv Bg which were HWOaad by tba I Stole in tba Weal Indies Vii all the pmalnlng mam iasne fbOW a dlapoltioli to aaselit to k cabinet council wn loll f" r- I .. . - ... .. ,. , ir ir ' ill,- . . ...-,' ... until freab lutelliawnca i received i i.l, ,.,,wMrni. tents are ill. I to put an end to the war in l.on- aa poaatble for Sjwin, which have been eaan r had the tTnlteil not impnaed such harl conditions Vard to the Philippine.' MISSION. CAMBON'S It Will Kn.l as anna aa A lha IT.- in.. -r bellleil. New Ywk, Aug. H.-A p.i-ial to The Time frrom Washington aaya: It ia very well under-t'ssi at the ,1. pertinent of state that aa soou aa the prelimlnariea are aattled, Ambaaaailor Cambou iiiiMiou for Spain will end, aud "further negoii.iti.ui- thai can fol low agreement tu the first conditions of tbu United States will le taken np by choeen cominiaaionera of the United State and Spain, pmtaibly in Isoiidnn Willi confidence that 11. eipeotatloua will be realiaed, the administration is turning Ita attantlion to ahrlnking the great war organisation that baa twen created lini the pnsspei t of war began to be alarming The Work of eipansiou ami shrinkage may win for a while to be going on at the aeinc time, but already amingcnicuta am Is ing made to cut down public expenses by many veaaela chartered at gn at cat ft aervice supplementary to the navy. With jwace negotiations in sight Unit task will twurged with vigor. The iniiiitrntinn will have ita han.lsirTull of creative work that will Is. tlpenaivc. Mil will primus -(... hable bv and br. Th" president is ai- J I a -a l... ,.iii.li.iin,i , . Uiiieaa manifeated toward the nit" 1 ,-tate III I orto 11. i n aiiu lie in- of the administration urn inc. in. . I alieve lhat the niillexntioii of that ml ...11 l. nmtii.i. bailed lit all c.ll.v with the approval of the people lo ure aia.ui io lai n'u iie .i ....,. .... egiaoce to Spain. . . i I ...I .lulr The administration .b a ii d - ytoa large andden resloction of the 17. Blioni.i any arrangciii"iii 1- 1. lor II,.. ullli. r:.u ll .,; II,. II" w .. ... a . " 1 - "--- r - I thia will be effected before DaSl tig, if aa early. A large army, it M wUl have to be maintained in Cila until the "stable a.lll.laj which the United State has prom lead nail be pr. in place of the unsta ble government of 2 pain ha been art np and been recogn ! a such by tba wboU popalmtioa. nd nPFiriai anvir.ra ma n. to maj r.n MCaaaaj "- I .... i..,. Waahiugtou, Aug. S Shortly before , midnight but night Secretary Alger, aa be left the Whit.. Home after a confer enoe with the preaident, said the ad ministration had received nn offlciaj in formation that tbe Madrid government bail accepted the term of aea pro posed by tba United State Unofficially, the president In been informed that Um Spaniah ministry had acceded to the term of tbl rountry for a caaaalioa of the war. The unofficial advice hare reached the president In the form not only of pre diapatcbre, bat private dispatches from cnnndi ntal agent of the United States govern- mwt. While this government ha strong reason for ls-lieving that its term of peace nave been agreed to by the Mad rid governmeui, the president is taking nothing for granted. Arrangements for pressing tbe war to a sacoeaaful con clusion are going forward precitely aa if no negotiations for ace wi re m prog- At a cosvference participated in by the president. Secretary Alger and Adjutant General Oorbin at the executive man sion but night a final decision was reached aa to the constitution of tbe pro visional government for Porto Hico to U commanded hy ( Mineral Wade. Tbe regiments which are to cotnpriae the corpa were decided upon and will be designated in a general order to be le aned, probably today Secretary Alger aaya that the rorpa might be en route to Porto Kico within a week Notwithtaiidlng the-e warlike prepa ration, tbe tsdlef in official circles amounts almt to a conviction that act ive huetditles have been concluded Netl.la In Spain's Arrralanra. Waahiugtou, Aug II Up to Ute tbu afteruisin no official at Washington lia.l received any intimation tliat Soin had come Pi any conclusion alsmt the peace 1 treaty much less forwarded it to Wash- lngton. Nat Baaejaai kg Mr. rmi...n. Washington. Aug. 11 The Kn'ticii ambaaaailor had not receirnl the Span iah restsiiis.- to the American peace terma Ute today, although a communi cation not iletlnite in c.i.ii.i. t. r come t , I. in I i Anno I .... i Al. Ang. :i -A limisitch from Ma.l- I'ans rid savs that if a definite reply to tne Utlcd Stalea' peace propoaals I arrivi d attodavth" Sstmsh cabinet will met and ot'i, i.iili . ; I tic i. rtn ALL READY FOH PEACE. Thai Hie srllt,lln TllSt I'rrsall. Tlir.oigb.iul Spain. New York, Aug. 3. A distch to The Tribune from Madrid says: Not ouly tUf i vurt, cabin, t and jsilit leal men of the capital, but the Madrid 1 public as Weil, are unmistakably in fa- I VOT of ejee St BI1JT price. It i la-lie ved iii.it any apparent oppiv ' aitlon to th. terms arranged at W.im.- ingtou will be merely fur tin aake of l appearances nothing inure. Grave anx , lety, however, la felt in regard to the attitude f the army .m i the feeling In the province. S-vcral n gitucuU lu the Madrid garrison are known to ls htbe 1 to the govertimi'lit and to the d n.it . but it is liup.'. that any osn action can . nne.1 until ifter tin conclusion "I j-'.l. . (ietieral l'olavieja has so far ncce'd ed in curbing military jingoism by hi strong personal infliicr but thai a :ic niiiv Is- the signal for internal diaordcrs ia a peril which Sogaata is now straining every nerve to a . rt TROUBLE EXPECTED. ailierl.au aa.l I tiai.r k- lit a Hay llalllr at Manila al l" ton.. Waahiugtou, Aug. il. The official here make no concealment of tln-ir ap prehension of Serious trouble to follow Hie eve, iitioii of our prograuiuii' in re gard to the l'hiilrpiue. The resirts of the military aud naval commanders nf lat bav iitaine.l warning uf . ;-. .-.I conflicts with iiisurgeiitH, and no stir- prise will ! felt at the n ci lpt of news of an outbreak Tbu I'lilted States government feels that it has assumed a moral obligation toward lmt only the foreign residents of Manila, but toward the unprotected clause of the -an community, women, children, nun- and priest. (aril. I Taklnc I'art. London, Ang. .1 A a-cial dispatch from Barcelona, savs a formidable ria lug of I'arliats haa taken place near Tor Ida, in Catelonia pnivince Salisbury taken In laaa. London, Ang .'.The Tunes, com menting editorially on the statements made bribe pi. oiler in th" house of lord in reply to 1ird Kuuls-rly's criti cism of the giirt'rumeut'aChltieaa policy, ' take Salisbury to task, charging him with weai.ii" " i gar.liiig Die matter of Chines.' railway l! ,i-s I he premier w bethel lhat is i ,, v i . ,,.! i L"i i L .-' i : i in the purchase of the Suea caiuu uar William Ha. 1,1 Vl.irra. 11. , i lindon, Aug. J. William David Murray, the fourth earl of Maustlcld, is dead. He wa Isiru In 1NM aud bail been lord of tbe treasury and lurjl.hig.1, couimissiom r of tbu cburcb of ctki, 1 BtLltVt THt MONROE DOCTRINE IS DEAD WUl ih. KaflUa I ...... ..( lbs ,,. . pin at tba NHrM !..... B An.artaa ,,ia New York, Ang. 8 - Tba Ivn-loti cor- reepoodent of The Tribune writing der date uf Jaly '11 aaya Kngluh writer on American affair! that the Monroe dnctnne, on be- naiioi wuicn rre.ment ' .' 'ouii.1 aaada challenge to F.ngland two jean ago, ha been alstii'ioucd or . oiuprotnia. d by the United State government in th- present conflict with Spain An e--pretaion which i ri instantly beard bj conversation ami n id m print u, "Mon roeiam udead." Tbe Monroe principle wa. that Kn. p,-an must keep their hands off ti., American continent, retaining their pn. aeaaions according to the stains quo, lmt not enlarging their colonial holdings ami miuiaeata. ine Monroe floctnn ' wui la ill I miner nan in.- paire.1 try the . ,,,,...10,, of the Spanur s from Outa. Monns-ism, instead of I being killed off. i. v.taliied aud reinv.g-' I orated by the enlargement of American ! influence in the Weat Indies . What Kngliah writer on American affairs fail to perceive is the irrelavan cy of their own interpretation of the Monr,- .!.-tnne The principle "hands off the American l oiituient" 1 empha sizing rather than mimmited when Ma wail and the Spanish West Indies are brought direetiy uuder the influence of the United State. W ill Abaa.l.a t all. l.arrb. Washington, Aug. ':i Secretary Al ger said that in accordaii'v nh the re.--otniiiendatlon of Surgeon neral Stern berg he h.vl drcideil u(sm th.t abandon, roe nt of the camp near Fall Church, Va., but that he had not ret finally de cided the iUestion as tothe future c.iiiin of the troop now there. About ,'ssi ,,f thaee trisip h ill he sent to Porto K: . to reinforce (i-neral Miles' army of in vaslon. leaving about .tM) to be other WIS dwpoaed of. Traaspnrt Mill UaaHaajj Tampi. Aug. 3. Contrary lo . v tatlonihe trainirt Aransa. did nM for Porto Hico yesterday, lleneral H gen baa all of hi heavy artillery Issxnl. but then' Is .till .ome loading ! done. The trauspurts San Marc. Clinton and Knu-kc rt k r have ami il I at Santiago. K.ght more are exneot. d toilay. They will come immediately m Port Tamist as msiii as their period raj detention is paaaed. Tic .-nth cavalry dejkirted ia-i nigi.t f.-r t r :i indina ov . the Plant ay. tern forOcabk .siirke.t hv Aaajeafeaaaa Madrid, Aug. X It i. r. jH.rted here that two Spani.li .tenners forced ti... blockaile in Cntn w aters aud wi-n- at tacked by the Americans ..i.lir. I. ram.. I turlouah. Waabiiigtou, Aug. II Adjutant tlen. t orbin, nt the direction ..f the secret irv of war, issued an order granting siric and Wouuuixl subtler at the hoHpital when able to travel one month's fur lough and transportation to go to th :r homes Tins onier lias la-en y-ui tu th., oiu in. 'in img ut!;c, r .it tiie general hus- pital headipaartera of army corp and military drpartuicUt Mai, rial I ,,r l'..rl.. Illr.h JackaoiiMlie, Fla , Aug .1. The gov-1 - aaaaapeaa i .". araasai ien iur rorto hico miii i. Hi" inics, pritici- tsillv colore i laborer, and about tlou, fre, f ,umU . ,,,, will be uaed in roiistruciiug ..nt.H, , ,i butldlaga for use bv the t inte.i 'it. troopa in their invasion of the island. Trn LrasliiK iliainL Miama, Fla., Aug I The Second Louisiana has left for .1 , s-.nville, and a rvguic 'it i dav w ... . i'.. i., r.-afn r. I)r. W. F. Chambers lia la . ii upturned contract surgeon by Surgioii l ic neral Stern!" rg Slarla.t I nil". r..ii.a l'r..t"rl.a. Oshkcah. Wi"., Ang i'.veofa'l tug sa-h an: dir ; ml. wnicti ham taeii cloaed (or live weeks on account of WOoiwurker's -trtk-, n.n started under pohc proti ctiou wit i - ... i i.onuuiuii force. l..iir- BangMj ll""lr.lr.. Londou, Aug : I.. ..... Doughty, ; formerly a Lila-ral m. in ., i . . r i imminent I for (irimaby, has Is en ri. .. i ted by his old couatltueucy as a L'tiioui-t. He re I oeived 4860 votea agam.t oppoat ' ilou. K.pu.llalr. the lii. ..ri.ni Laa4r. New York, Aug 11 l'.inn i, president of the I'ubaii junta, diaavi.w . I iarcia'a I action, (iar. ia will a. c .1.- i.. Shafter'a wishes until all Ssiiiiards are exlled. j Palmu will sec the president m a day or i two. spanlsb MWa Wr.rka.l. Valencia. Aug. M. The vi.i ig" of Me liana hus Is-cu wrecked by a cyclone aud many persona Wi re killed awVgffJ houses at lloriullo- were ngulfwl by llisala and a number nf people ainhud. Klrrlrleal Stlnrin al I'lola.l. Iphla. Philadelphia, Aug :i TI i. esalvo In at which ha prevailed hen" tor the last three week- culminated in one of the un sit bit id'' electrical storms thai ever isiled the citv. Arrr.l. Aunlhar (lltlee. Imdoii, Aug. il. It 1 WputtgJ that I George N. Curxoii, parliaiin utarv -.c-1 retary of tha for-ign office, na accepted 1 ; the office of viceroy of India in success ion to in., lute Karl of Klgin iiuxgias Pm Oeagreea, Colnmbns. 0 , Aug il The Republi can of the Twelfth district nominate I Hon. K. N. lluggiua of thucity for oot 0 MATTERS Je rar Wtmm Amt r..rli. Calaaa Iteriaaar tarm aa AIM- w in. A(alaal4a. New York, Ang. . A dUpatch to Tba Tribune from London (ay: The ramor in Madrid to the effect that the final treaty of peace will be ne gotiated in Indon aft.T th" nrclimina- ni hv. UeD miiiKl m WuhinKtun, cannot be oonflrrae.1 here. No intima- tlon ban- been received to that effect at the American cmlossy. Apart from the inconvenience of prolongc.i nipiomatic neg.itUtions by a commisaion ut thui season London, there are practical reasons for t!ie s.'lei ti, .11. ..f some ..th' r capital a. the place for condnctmg the negotiations. The Spanish government will naturally desire to p-move the com misaioners from the inhi m-e of Kuglish public opinion, winch favors American retention of the Philippine. The American governm. ,.t. if it de- , ,,,., . , . p,opPr f"rnr,u a bum,n' n ,0,,,1 g"'-n" '. will do wise- j to have the final negotiations take place elaewbere. The embaasy here ought not to be associated with a diplo malic settlement which will Is unpopu lar in Kngland. There ia a conspicuous exception to the uniform practice of the Kngliah preas of niliiiuiixmg the difficulties and risks of permam nt American isvupan ry of the l'nilippines. There is a col umn apt-rial from Manila in The Tiroes, throwing much light um th" situ ,i ' there and the real character of Aguihal do. Onlinarly the Kngluh nresa I con tent to be convinced of what i wants to believe. It desire the United Jftlaj to keep tne Phi. ippiue to keep (t. rmaiiy out and to cisiparale with the Kngliah in China The press i generally confi dent that the United Stab s will have little trouble in guv. ruing the islands. Some, however, think tliat Agiiinal n. will either have to tut bought no at a high price or be kl.led off in civil war and tliat the I iermatis are n-aoy enough to intrigue with bun. The French are not lis,, .y to Mtn any trouble for the Americans in tha Philippiuea, lmt the Herman nipcnr might do so, and Aguinai'io would - hi natural ally. He will not be ill posed to kee .uiet when be i. smarting fnnu a rebuff The emperor ia only too anxious to divert tbe atleutiou of hi subject to some fresh field. M ill la rrtu It. i " Washington, Aug. 3. The Fifth llli not regiment of infantry, ciimnianded by Colonel Culver, acconimg lo or.l. r just usucd. will Is- .. ut to I'orto Uic.i OMa latalrr In BM, Waahim.-t.ci. Amr II The First Ohio cavalry now at Tamui, will form siri of the neiicxi.'illllulia. nt lotlie.,i.taiC " of ( rem t il Mil. - it I'orto llico. WANTS TO FIGHT. CurlM-ll llaa I'.Mlr.l MM ' a Man ti Willi Kllhar rilalmiuna r Jrffrlas. New York. Aug R, -J.uti. J C..rK ha postc! -''"" at the ..III f a morn j ing pcr for a match With IJ-b Fitr ' aiinmmis or J tu Jeffries. lu hi letter Corts tt says : "If I defeat McCoy at Buffalo I slial", expect FlUslinuioiu to show a dls;.s. tlon to make a match. If he ia unn ill ing to do ao the f,.,.'oO g .i J. til l -. and if I defeat J. Itri. s I i,. not sc. Fit. ' in .. .in.- i'. in. t in. It,, lira Orgaalastiaa, Iteiiisoti, Ti x , Aug ! Twy,iity-i".gh arn ata of w hlte nn-n tad I 'iil.'.aaai on thecharge.it fence cutting liuv. u made in th" laat week. These urn-'a have Is-cn made in the vicinity of .Sinn, aotiville, Chickasaw nation, and IV of in.- Mil,. - arrested u.ive Is en I" mil I in r to the Federal couit on tie- charge of fun. ' ' uitmg A "rreeUraa rluh wa organi."d in the Territory ti all the fences of pastures la-twectt river and the Oklahouialine. l aiisl Indiana srl.ina. W. - .nigtoii, lnd , Aug :i. -Thiaoity wns visited by a heavy storm. Much damage was done to buiwing and crop- Miss Mary II. nilfltj k was inataiit ly killed at the ornhan' homo by a ebunney falling on her In- rurnoi i thai Wheatlainl, le-Vell lime, we.t, w.is struck by a cyclone. Ail the wires urn dow n and iiocoiiimuuicution cm be h.ei with the town. I'linss Wi.iiiaii Kills a Nrcrn. Wichita, Kan., Aug. 11 - At Anadar kn, U. T , a negro man iiann i Barret was killed while trying to . uter the room of Miss I'lns-l". Stoki-s, , m-Iiisi! teacher at that p. ace Misa .St. .. . in-ard him (Hiking the window and -lie tired six Hhot into ins btaly, killing nun in . atantly. Waiil ltel.r.-llr Treaty IliiUrgml. Paris, Aug. :i.--The Teliim say the I United .States has Untitled the l ri n li minister of fop Igll atl'air that she lie- ip to enlarge her rectajopity treaty by including 111 new iiriNluclg,. France, the p.i r adds, has accepted the suggestion, nr.d negotiations on tlio subject will bo llS ll"'l. Meg I". Heath by a Hall. Ledl-ttt r, T. x . Aug A. Itnffltitky, living south of town, wasgnrcd tnleath by a bull w inch h" w as leading tu th" pastiin. Iln only lived about one hour. Mr Kilky wa iiUmt H year old. Vla..inr"llu .it I ."IMilllla. Paris, Tex., Aug. 3. A inaaanieeting of the Populists of Lunar county Is calied foi Nitiirduy morning next at tbe courthouse ANOTHER VIEW PHILIPPINE Fleischman's Compressed Yeast. Received Freih on Mondays, FRESH TftB u aITOHBM Elegantly ;ed cool. and Inviting. NAME ON EVERY PIECE." LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. Patrons and Friends Of I5raz i, Mail ism, (iriines, l. BwrlaMfi CoooUel ; Th rotiihine.1 Capital an. 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