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SERGE SUIT..... We are showing a Beautiful Black, Color 1 7.50 Made to your FOUR BUTTON AND LONG ROLL SICK SUITS We can also give you a Light flrey or Drown in the same material. Rtmtmber, our goodt art all TAILOR MADE. PARKS & MKrS'M rUHMMIIKHH. UK XT POOR TO M. A p. KA5K. THE DAILY EAGLE. str4 at the Foatofice at Brraa, Tsias, as Second Class mall matter. T CONNELLY. PALMER A CARMES. MiLcoLiCtaxM Editor. caM Rimoii rai'j; rr Week. 15c. . . Per month, 60c I. T. Garth return boms yesterday. J. '.. Butter returned from Houston yesterday. Mm Marion Foot returned from llomton yesterday Fine perfumery, soaps ami loiirt arti clii at Haifa drugstore. 120 Deputy ilicrifT.Sam Casey of Mtdison vilie, wm in Bryan yesterday. J. II. Royder and W. II. McYey of Wellborn, were here yesterday. Baseballs, bats, ma-kaand gloves at the lo tit price at B. S. Read's drug tore. lHtf Woodmen, remember your lodge meeta to night to initiate several mcni hers, lie lure to ace that there ii a good attcrdance. Hall's liniment for man or beast poa lively curn all achea and pain. Sold by.llall'a Drugstore. 0 120 Metdamea Freeman and Hill, Missel Sandel and Mary Kimbal, o( Wellborn were in town shopping ye,terday. For Sale Cheap A nice new top bug gy. Ilai Ixeu tied but little. f Gooch's Stable. Dr. John Mixe who baa ten at'eod lot; medical lecturrf at Nashville, Tin- ne-eee, returned home to lola, yeiler day. A complete hue of the novelties o Whiting", Hurdi and Cranei stationery in the latest tinta and aizei at II. S. Resd's drugstore. IMtf W.T.J aim a gives constant perional attention to hi livery business ami no betUr service can he obtained any here In the city. Good horses, nobby turn outs, reasonable prices. 122 The Fugle office is not noted lor aesthetic ornamentation, but it is not the fault of Mrs. C. M. Protor, who con tiilmted yesterday one of the most Uautiful garlands of rorei we have seen this season Lighty different named roses are included in this beautiful nes. Mra. I'roctor has our warmest thanks. Ira Gooch'sllivcry stable Is uow thor Highly eiiipl with new and stylish single au.l double bnggica, liue driving horses, new closed carriages and other vehicles, (iet his prices when vou want livery service. ' At Last The time of year has come when ev. ery prudent houae keeper wants to "cleanup." There is nothing in your home that has been used longer, and therefore toeda cleaning worse than your feather beds and pillow. We can clean them and give you entire satisfao tion. Come and aee uie. L. K. Patter son, 2 door west of Mistrot Bros. 1;'5 A POSTAGE OfWrrf fic 'mfdir Stump, lis uhil'it, t STICK TO ('tier, II lane find t t importtiht y.riiid';.cTHB BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES-N,.f,7 ut hart COT Wt'MK in ;,n.iV lit i or. II Af ii ii- t,ll imi i f are ofsnmj the hrt ralua in LA DIES SLIPPERS ( SI.50, - S2.00, - S2.60 ' rrrrhtid, ur con-'uhr fn" ththrtt nr'iiimrut rliiiiii tn tt l. IN TIIK COIUIECT thine Tor Spring and Summer WKA.lt. all wool Serge in Blue and Guaranteed, for measure, in WALDROP Lecture Wrduemlar Mirht. Rev. Homer T. Wilson will lecture at the opera house Wednesday, April 27, at 8.30 p. m. frnbject "Americs'i Uncrowned tueen." fri'l I a luis leciuie is muer me manage ment of Mits Jessi Johnson of Brys land is a bene tit fur her. Proceeds ar to 1-a donated to Miss Johnson, as means of a-siiting ber to go to college. .Mr. Wilson as a lecturer, is well known, and needs no enconiiatns from the Eagls. He has been heard Bryan, and highly appreciated by every one. 'Tis true there are impostors and frauds in the feather cleaning business but the sauie can be said of the grocery business, the drag business, the medical profession, the legal profession, and in fact they infest the domain of every worthy pursuit of man, for only on these ran they maintain their paraaiti cal enstence, but should this mean any discredit to the business. II is the man and not the bnaineaa, my friend, that is the humbug. L. K. Patterson. 125 lo not forget that Gen, Jno. I! Gordon will lecture at college to-night at 8 p. m. This is a chance that seldom cornea, uen. uordon Is a born orator and behind that bis long life crowded with great and good deeds makes him one of the foremost speakers of our country. He never fails to interest his audience. F.xConfederatss. do not fall to hear him. Reserved aeats on sale at Tyler Haswell's. ow, if you will sit down and think over coolly, the number of nights you L-t re used your feather beds and nil lows, the many spells of chilU, fevers colds, measles and vadous other ail menu through which they have been . i i . uu, ami wuea yna get through, see if yon can aee any sensible reason why lliey should not l cleaned. 12$ II. C. Robinson and family went to Houston yesterday evening. Fencv stationery and writing mater. lals at Hairs Drugstore. 126 Mr. and Mrs. Will McNeil of Madison county were here yesterday. Mra Orr and Mr. George were lo frtm Macjr yesterday. I pay special attention te drummers ami other transient livery business. Transient teams and hoarding horses receive careful attention at my stable Ira Gooch. 124 ALLAN'S t'"tb'"" Geranium Borated TALCUM POWDER. 15c A IIOX. This Powder sells for e elsewhere. Hold only by SAM B. WILSON & GO. STAMP. tmrjiilHts itihfndt uimn ONB THING '(.. 7-f and - $3 00, to ".t our Telephone KECEITIOX LAST NIGHT. The Home of Mr. and .Mrs. T. R. Datte wsvt a H-ene of Deauty and Pleasure. The Eagle has already announced the wedding, at the homeof the bride, Wad- Bsuay afternoon, or .Mr. t. Marion L w aid Mies Frances Mann. (f.L - ' 1 ....... . iam inenua oi ine onae ana groom were Invited to a reception tendered them laat evening at the reaidence of Mr. and Mra. T. R. Batte, in Bryan, and a happy party assembled to ex tend congratulations. Tba borne of Mrs. Batte, who ia a sis ter of ths groom, wss beautifully deco rated in honor of the event, and from . i .I. wool uau to inning room was a scene of beauty Wreaths of vinea, garlands of roaes, roas or costly plants, hung about every window; graced every alcove, and waft ed sweetest perfumes. The front ball wsa in red, decorated with yines and hot boose flowers. Here music by a Mexican band greeted arrlv ng guests. The next entrance waa to the reception room were waa the beauti lul bower under whose graceful arch the briJe recieved congratulations. Palms, vines, calla lillies, bride roses surrounded ber, while overhead hong a double bsart of bride roaes. Yines, tropical plants and La France roaes were the decorations in recepMon room and parlor adjoining. Interspersed with conversation, were songs and intrumental music. Vocal music by Mra. J. Webb How-ll. and Mrs. A. L. Banks, and piano selections by Mrs. Robert Webb and Miss Kather Balwright contributed to the charm of fie entertainment At a convenient hour refreshments wsre served in a dining room pretty and cool and blithe enough for the grotto of a fairy queen. Here whit ribbons flowed from a beautiful canopy overhead lo the four corners of the rjom, a striking and onique desitrn. Maiden hair ferns, bridn ma..: ace and drawn work etfecta height ened the beauty of tbia chimin room. A delicious supper waa aim.! n three courses. Receiving party to assist Mrs. Butte: MeadamesJ. II. Webb, Robt, Webb, H. O. Boatwriegbt, Henry Fountain vet.o liowetl, U. A. Adams. Tbe preaents from relatives and frieodsof the bride had not nrrived from Galveston, to be displayed beside the beautilul gilta from the bride. groom's friends. The latter were not sent to Galveston, but were represented there by cards, while the many lovelv articles preented were displayed last evening. Mr. and Mra. T. R. Batte were warmly congratulated upon the com plete success of their etrorts to enter tain tbe large circle of friends wbo were present, and in fact, deserve to be re membered by them with only thoughts ol gratitude. I make a special tv of eoiiirxinndino prescriptions, nothimr but the m- goous used, wuicu insures good results ior toe sic i onee. ttrinir them to me. u. is, i(eai, the druggist. llltf Mr. A. A. Gooch of GoIdthwaiU Mills county, ia visiting bis brother Ira Gooch. For Hale Two bedroom suites. 1 din ing room extension table and other fur niture at reduced prices. Mrs. II. Math is, Fast limlesoo til. 123 Greea Buchanan of Harvey was in fie city yesterday. Ira Gooch is now giving careful per sonal attention to his livery business and all he asks is that you get his pri res ami give nun an opportunity to erve you. 134 Ld ims went to Houston yesterday evening. tot Accident and Life Insurance either in Lodges or Straight Life Cora :aiiies see Joe B. Keed. tf w ill ulch of Willow Hole, was here etterday. A complete and Mulendid aaanrl man I of fishing tackle and sporjjig iroods. at 8. Iteal'a drugstore. IHif Kdgar Neely and ldd MJu returned from Houston. College creamery butter at 25 eta. ner lb. at Howell llroa. W. F. Burney was hare from Madison- lie yeaterday. El gant lamps and floe china very cheap at Hall's Drugstore. 120 Only tlrsUlass meats sold at Buchanan'a City Market for cash or credit. jj New York, April 21. Tho subnmpnne boat Holland was tented yestnnlay and nvel an nndoubted snccesa. Will Laail lha 114.7s. Atlanta, April 21. (iovermr W. y! Atkinson aniiouiul that in the even! of war he would lend tbe Georgia mili tia to the front. "I have received ao many ithetio letters from mothers all over the atate asking me not to tend their sons," said tho gowroor, "that I have concluded the beat reply I can make is to b ad the txiys myaeff. Inas much as I may be compelled to order them out". Twa Mara hhlpa Hoafhl. ' London, April it. Tha Daily Tele graph declares that the Utiltod States goveniiudiil haa purchased the I7mbria lint the Klrona of tbe Cnnard line. 4 Every provident Housekeeper knows that the beit way to save money on Groceries is to buy THE BEST. Inferior goods never satisfy, and are frequently a total loss. We keep the best, at the Lowest possible We call especial attention this week to oar ltOMADA lloasted Cotlee at 25c per lit. TSJ1. United States ami England Uar De Tilted Aspinft Europe, OUTCOME OF CUBAN WAR. rrd.M w ill Be IUsrMBud l, ike rmr CoMtrlo aa4 Atrrry ad Mil liar Um ; I ha Lai. las Oaearanwata. Berlin, April 81. Profeaaor B rumen tri, a leading Yienueae scholar and U tician, said to The Kcw York World cor respondent : "The spmpathies of EuroN) with Fp lin do not eiprens admiration of her colonial ailmlnUtration, but are rather the Instinctive expression of the present, ment that the victory of America w ill be the beginning of Americanizing Eu ropean Institutions. "Pauamcricanisni ia not a sentiment entertained by scholars and enthuaiaats as panalaviam is, but a carefully calcu lated affair, resting on selfinterest, hav ing for its object buj4ineita, aud buaineaa alone. Already tbe republics of Ameri ca have fallen under the influence of United States capital. "I cannot account for the friendly at titude of England. If England would only join the rent of the powers in sym pathy with Spain something might be done to check the American project." In conversation with an eminent aud widely known Onnan publisher, The World correspondent aked him what he thongh: of the situation, and did be think that England and the United States wonld be drawn closer together- "Yea, nioat emphatically so," he re plied, "that w ill be a combination w hich will b invincible. "Enrope ia settling down under Rus sian rale or under Rumian influence in her methods of government. Freedom will be represented by England and tbe United States and autocracy aud mill tarinui by the rest of Europe. "The SjionUh-Amerk-an troubles, I believe, will draw England and the United States nearer and will help to divide the world into two great camps, which I have mentioned." MAY BE AN ALLIANCE. Wiaat Hrltala earf lha t altad Mat as la tarns Cloaar Ttaa. New York, April HI. A dispatch to The Herald from Washington' says: Henry White, secretary of the em lawy in London, is here on a secret di. plomatio misnion in connection with the relations of this government to that of Great Britain, and with the particular relations growing out of the present sit uation between the United States aud Spain, One official high in administration circles said that Mr. White ia here in eomiecuon wun uie preparation or a new treaty between the United States aud Great Britain, something on the liue, he believed, of the arbitration treaty which failed last year On this point, however, he was niicertalu. He ouly knew that some kind of negotia tions were iu progress and that Mr. White ia here iu connection with them. The only information vouched for in response to imjuiries at the state dert ment is thut Mr. White is here in con nection with certain affairs pending in the emlaasy in London. In spite of all of this mystery there is good reason to believe that he is here, with, perhaps, a proposition of a treaty so wide in its scope as to include not only arbitration, but alliance under cer tain circumiitances ; certainly with noth ing less than jswitive aiwnninc of the friendship of tho British government in the present crisis and its w illingness to go to any extent to prove this g.al faith. WHERE THEY WILL STRIKE. Spanish r'lrcl Will III! al Son,. I'..,, parlad I'plnt, New York, April 21. A uaval officer, who is close to Admiral Iluno', com mandant of the Brooklyn navyyard, said lout night : "I belicvo tho Spnuikh fleet will not strike in Cuban waters, or even make a demonstration nu the Atlantic coat. It cannot copo with Captain Soinnaon's four )ttleshiis and three mouitora, I believe tho Spaniards will strike In an unexpected quarter. "Mark my words, a squadron of their Cue armored cruisers will go to sea, and the whole world will b kept speculat ing as to its destination This squadron will not be heard from for some time. It will confront itir Asiatic squadron, which incnnwhilu has moved on the Philippines and seemingly swept every thing before it. "The Vircaya, Oquendo and Cardenal Cisiieros, or any three of the eight heavy SnUh eminent, would be more than a match for our whole Asiatio squadron, which consists of the protected rrnlsers Olympia, Baltimore, Raleigh, Boston and the goiitvts Concord and IVtrel. Only the failure of the Sjanianls to fight their shit, or tbe most supreme valor and gunnery of the American squadron could save our eminent from diKUler. R.parUd a Lart Cap Verila. Washington, April 21 The report that the Huish fleet at Cape Verde Is lands left yeatenlny for some unknown point, haa caused soma uneasiness among ottlcials. Ths rumor boa not been continued. CONFER. lasars-aal Waald Na Talk la Uatrga Itaa af rear OftVara. Havaua, AprU 21. It is understood tbe Insurgents have refusol to confer with the delegation of the colonial gov ernment. It was quiet here this morn ing. The movements of troops continue and there are daily conferences of gen erals and the SpauUh admiral at this palace. Tbe announcement of the United States ultimatum to Spain caused great enthusiasm at the theater last night, tbe audience making bellicose demon strations against the United States. iMtpartaal Cablaal Maallac Washington, April 21. The cabino meeting this afternoon disenssed a numtrof questions, all of which in volved aluiont immediato bwtilities. The question of a formal declaration of war was considered, but it is understood that It Is unlikely that any formal decla ration will be made at once. Intima tion is given out that au important na val movement might soon be expected. Slrpa la Prosart Aatrrlraaa. Washington, April 21. The hou-e adopted a resolution calling for all cor respondence with General Lee aud for information as to the steps taken to pro tect 3no Americans left at Matanaas by Consul Brice. Caasalala Ofllea rioaed. New York, April 21. The Snih consulate ottice in this city is cloned and Its affairs were formally turned over to the French consul general. Alt Traoas Ara Mala(. Washington, A prill 41. Adjutant General C'orbin of the army is in re ceipt of telegrams from commanding of ficers of troopa throughout the country showing that every regiment of infant ry and cavalry and light lutteries of ar tillery onlcrvd to the south lias started on Its way there. Several commands have reached their dent i nation. Minister Polo la Canada. Buffalo, April 21. Senor Polo y Ber nabe, former minister to tho United Stall's, crooned sunpennion bridge into Camilla at 12 :W p. in. Isaabls lha Kqaxlroa Lall. . Washington, April 21. The navy de partment has received a cablegram fnm Madrid saying it waa reported there that the Spuuikh squadnm at Cape Venle islands left last night, destination mi known. The department doe not ac cept it as certainly accurate. Vl.w. af Irr.rh Na.pap.rs. Iaris. April il.-The RepubliqueFnin caise says : "Since F.nnipe is piwerlens to re'ntatn lih jn-ae1, to jirodt't the weak agitint the stnmg aud to obtain rvt fur the best entablinhed rules of ilitt ritntinniil law, let It at leant lw down l. fun. the last nights we are to mv this world, where money to reign " The Temps navs: , i rh:,,m. in is henceforth "With the bet will iu the world it is not clear how Sain could pn . nv an atom of renpect WeW nlm to coiim-iiI lo tho ims-rious demand of a foreik'n gov enimeut to evacute Culw. Whatever may be our verdict as to the im-aey of Spain to govern Culm, we mum admit that since the armintice the United States has done her bent to force S KIIII to fight " W ill Sut Mala.1 Maantara. Havana, April 2l.-Althongh the Plant line steamers sunjieiided their trips between Tampa and Havana, possibly fearing seirnre in event of hostilities. General Blanco has notified Alexander Gallon, the HntUh consul here, who is acting for tho United States, that even in case of war W'iug declared the reg ular passenger steamers w ill be consid ered as sailing under a neutral flag. 1'aaera Ara la A rannl. London, April 21. -Tho Rome cor respondent of the Duily Mail says: "I learn at tho fon'ign ollh-e that the powers, including Gn-at Britain, arc iu accord. They have so far decided to keep the struggle fnmi Ktmtpean waters and to protect international commerce " rn(taeer Killed and Itohher fthnt. Los Angeles, April "l.-Tho Santa Fe overland No. I, westtsmnd train, was held np at the Mojave river bridge, two miles west of Oro Grande In Sun Ber nardino county, early yesterday En gineer Giffonl was killed by one of the robbers, w ho waa mortally wounded by Gifford in au exchango of shots. The robber shot w as Haul Jones. He w ill die. War la Oatral Amarlea. Managua, April 21. -The is-ace nego tiations between Nicaragua and Costa Rica have failed. War is proliablrt The two armies aro facing eacli other nenr the frontier, scan-ly lialf a mile art. The Nicamguan oltlcers ami tnsijw it Is report, arc anxious that i'rvsideiit Zel aya should leave them. Buninens is at a comiilcte standntill. Oarjr Keslnal, Washington, AprU 21. The prenidout sent to the senate tho name of Charles Emery Smith of Pennsylvania, to be postmasier general, vice James A. Gary, resigned. Ill health canned Mr. Gary to take such a step. India t'prlalna; fcipratad. Rush Springs, I. T April 21. Rn mors of an Indian uprising near Fort Sill by Gc milium aud his Aisiche lud caused tne return of one trsip of cava! ry, which nwhed Runh Springs on its way ,0 New Orleans. It is said the In- ?r: Jf!" "a.1 tt""m,, ,1''-lv- and trouble is feared. REFUSED TO uAlflFftT J. IIAlTBEfl& BICYCLES DrY.rr And all kimls Cleveland, gambler t2d Ideal We give t-jKciul attention to all BICYCLES TbrM Doors IVorth BEAUTIFUL SPRING MILLINERY MRS. C. M. PROCTER. I have added a Moulding FOR PICTURE FRAMES to mv stock of Books, Stationerv, Wall I'aper and I'aints. Call on me (or l'lUl l!- and hKK TIIK NEW IKS1GSS. Tyler Haswell. THE DIXIE Mosquito Mot i'1-rfccl devini' ever invented. We liava NO Sl'KCIAI. SAI.K on MATTIXIS or anvthing elc this week, hut we have a v Urfle StcK of JrtattiDtj Ami everything rise in tin' Furtiit iro line, which aw mII fhe.ij .r than Anylo.ly tlsc ALL THE TIME. James & Castles. POLO LEAVES WASHINGTON Na Itrmanslrallun ln.r Ilia Ihuriara Maila al lha I illl. Washington, Ajiril 21. The Simninh miuiter, ncoomMiuel nix iin iiilsm of his staff, left Wunhimiton at 7 : ::o i. .. .. , .. , night, and the .Nw,n,.i, government h.te,at.:l ,rs d , nM.n ...on , the L ,, Ma.es. Tne m, ter and his arty left by the lYmmylvj. liu rsid for Buffalo ami t hi nee to To- Ail m SIIIOH VtilO bhlfSXUU. ronto. By 10: 40 o'divk this morning the Sninli ofllclals wero on Dntinh soil. They w ill take an ts-can liner al Halifax. While the minister is 011 this side of the tmnler he has the protection of the passorta U-umI by the state de part men t at his request. Tho der.urn of tho SkuiU1i rty was made without noticeable demon stration, and although a con .iderable tlun.N'r of secn-t service otlicers and s lice were on duty ut tho deartmeut, there was at no time any ixvasion for doing mon than keeping Isick a crowd of curious onlookers. MAY FORCE HIM OUT. W 00,1 ford Mar lilvrn Ills I'awpnrls Itoforr I'rrsvnllnc Ilia I'lllinalum. London, April 21. -The Madrid cor resMindeiit of the Duily Mail says Gen. WiNslfonl's family left laM night by the oriliuaiy express for Biarritx. Tho Amerii'iiii luiiiinier limi-'lf tmik tickets for the. south of i'lii'iee expn ni. He has received extensive i!ip:iteh of inatructioiis. It is doubted whether he will have an opKirtiinity of presenting the nltimutiim, sineo in nil pmlubility Senor Gullon will w ild him his sins ports at 8 o'clis k this inoiiiiii;-, a dec laration that diplomatic nlations have been broken off. General Woodfonl bus handed the archives of the li gation to the British embassy. The Republican mi'iority met Wed- nesday and agreed to gr.tlit tli govern- ; uieut what measures may bo mvcary f war. Somo uneasiness is felt ,lMt 1 Don C.rU. may cause an uprising. I YLi a Vvl V JLuLV It ia said the government will not ro- of lilCYCLE 5UNDRIC Wheels are the best. kinds of Hicyc!e Heiiair worl FOR RENT. oC lOxohniifcr o Hotel, The ladies t f Bryan and vicinity aie cordially invited to rsll and txtmine my new ai.d eoi ptcte stock of Fprio v Millirery including I'ATTIIKX HATS, H All.OltS, aiul I'OKKS. , Beautiful HAHII HI II HON aod It i:DY M.1E 8ASULS. , All the new and fashionable things In Spring and Summer gotnla. Itespect, a new line of a sv Bar and Frame. sort to privateering. THEIR SERVICES OFFERED. Orflrara of tha r nill.a Arm; llaalra la Kolnr lha Amrr ca Ara.;. Imdoii, April 21 S-veral Britsh offl- I iiT, I1.I1-UH.-.I witn lolonel Airrvsl C , l-,., mlu, p a, , w ,,,,,, , V J cers con.nlted with Colonel Alfred E. artny. One Wisilwich, artillery lieutenant", b rhirol hU intention toap;ily f sr a six mouth's leave without giving any rea son for so doing an I enlM as a prirate ia lheUuit.il Stales army If he is unable todoU tteriu order to study artillery lu action. Numlx rsof former soldiers aud vol nntis r Isive apphol to Mr Ifalstead, tho Uiiitiil Mates coimtil at Birming. ham, for nlutuieut in (ha United States army. Mr ll.il-t. ad ex;.lannd to them the foreign enlistment t prevented the aeeepl.niep n( their offers. Many engineers have left Birming. ham to serve in 1. t h the Uuitetl States and the Sninh navies. SUSPICIOUS ACTION. Spanish ll.i4l al M,a Orlaaas Takes VI or. nal Than Mraded. New Orleans, Afril 21. -The Hinlnh lucre hant v.n l Cutalina of Ca.lia, bald ing here, is retained t0 Ve more ami a'.Hionl her than the government is now allowing to U taken out of the country. She is loading w ith cotton, hay, slaves and provision, and it is mi id n lie had VIM. tons t coal iu her hold. One of thcofthvrs of the nhiiuflriiiml that she carried no more coal than ber usual ullouiiiiee. It takes Its) tons to take her to Cadia, mi if it Is that lio has aUwrd -.tsm tons U low the cot'on and her liiinkers it would lie natural to sup. pone (hut sho was taking it a war to the Spanish cwliiig station at I'oriu Ilico or Havana. Sptnlards Itrailjr la I lulil. Madrtd.Atird 21. -An onieul spatch fnmi llavan.innys that Cupfnin (retieml Blanco has chartered a vewl to tiring over 4is,0 Spanish sailors who hao hero tofore s. rve.1 111 the Uliltisl States navy, but who are now ib nlrons of serving their ow n co.iutry. The olllriiil disimtch adds that ''ieCn Imn insurgent lender, ll'tnncoi. t, has publishnl a tins'lam.itiou agreeing to a sUss-nson of hostilities. In conilunion the official di.jmtch nays: "Tho inhabitants of Santiago de ('iiba, even thono who are mont nontile to Spain, an n nolved to fight on t'io sldi of the Spanianls, and some inf .entiiil lels l leaders have the same lute, turn." Anirrlrans la South Arrlea, Cajie Town. AprU Sl.-Tha Aniort cans in the Transvaal have offered to rain.' a lorco or 2SK) men and defray cost of tninntKirtatloii to A rica. ' Will Sail I'ndrr lha llnlglaa r'a. London, April 21. -The offlccri of the .Jntli'ur' out "that il?..ir Liv "rpoU H Phi 1 'he Belgian flue ' Alnencnn lino have Isnned a tmlirw steamers from Ilia sail under Iglau flag.