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General Has Left for Porto Rico,
MR. M'KIMEY LOST PATIENCE.
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fw lit TrnMri HrtHigM t'ri.trata
Vm W tattlngl.. l'r-alilcM lrn
lly OrdvrH Admiral lu I umiak ramla.
Wasiiini.thx. July I. At 24
'cluck Ihi flrriiiHiu S-rttary Alg--r
twinl a iliniat-li from li.-n.-ral Mi Ira
aying thut lie m.iulil wiil fur I'orto
Kicu at 3 o'cliH'k tliiN afW'Mmon. The
frftrhhlp Biiniiipativliitf him arc the
Mkhsai'hiiKi'ttk, Dixie, lilniii'.'ster, tin
inuatl. A ri ii a 1 i k. l.in.l.n ami Va;i.
' WaMUNIITiiM. July SI. I'rCMllt'llt
Mc Kin ley Ik thnrnuylily armisc.l over
ILe delay which has orcurri'il in the
Itartinjf of (irm ral Miles anil the ex
pedition miller hi cuinmuiul for I'orto
For several ilaya (ieneral Mileii ami
hi troop have Ix-rn aloard their
U-ani.porU at 1'laya ilel VMe awaiting
the naval eocort which ii to Ins fur
nitheil by Admiral Sampson. The
troop have lcn sweltering in the
Crowded ship uuder the tropical tun.
General Mile ha lieen chafinfr under
what he believe to be inexcusable
Aelay and la bombarding the war de
partment with dispulclie urging in
the strong-eat terms that the navy lie
Lurried in it preparation for the ex
pedition. Instructions of the most
positive nature have been cabled to
Admiral Samjisou to supply the neees
WT escort for General Milea' trana
1 trta, but notwithstanding these in
truclion AdmlraJ (Sampson has pro
eedeil with hit preparations for the
expedition with a deliberation that la
xaaperating official here.
The Preaident, who ha been giving
the I'orto Klcan expedition his per
sonal attention, finally became deeply
Concerned leat the part of the I'orto
Eican expedition that haa already
CAYTAtN OENEUAI, MACIA8.
(Danish Governor of the Inland ot Port)
ailed from thi country should arrive
at the poiDt of rendezvous in advance
of General Milea and the navy. It is
feared that if General Wilson's com
mand, which sailed yesterday from
Charleston, should arrive in advance of
General Milea and the naval escorts,
Serious dunger and possibly disaster
Bight result, as General Wilson's ships
are absolutely without protection.
The distance from Charleston to Porto
Eioo ia over 1,300 milea, while from
Playa del Este to Porto Rico it is about
TOO milea. The comparative distances
which General Wilson and General
Miles will have to travel to reach the
point of rendezvous are rendered the
snore nearly equal, however, by reason
il the fact that .the former has more
than a full day's start.
Fully appreciating these facts and
realising the necessity for prompt
action in getting General Miles and
hi Cuban expedition started, Presi
dent McKlnley issued personal orders
this morning through the secretary of
the navy to Admiral Sampson that he
ahould proceed immediately to Porto
Kico with General Miles. The Presl
Genii orders are susceptible of no
misconstruction. They are imperative
to a degree seldom employed except in
cases of extreme emergency. They
are oi tne sort tnat win brook no
delay in their execution. Admiral
Sampson must start, at once or the
president himself will know the reason
Sampson was told to send a battle
Ship and a cruiser as an escort, but it
t was left to him to select these from
among the vessels of his fleet. The
navy was disposed to regard it as un
necessary to send a special convoy,
upon the ground that the Columbia
and the Yale were both armed suffi
ciently to serve as protection for the
fleet of transports, as, according to the
information in possession of the Navy
department, there are no Spanish war
hips any where in the neighborhood of
the West Indies that might be expected
to molest the expedition. However, act
ing upon the President's resolve to run
no unnecessary risk of disaster to this
expedition, the decision was reached
last night to send the convoy request
ed by the ar department.
It is said at the War department
that aome of the soldiers, including
Garretson's brigade, have been eight
een days aboard ship since they em
barked at Newport News, most of the
time lying off Santiago in sight of
shore, but unable to land.
They arrived just before the sur
render of Santiago, and it having been
decided to use them in the Porto Eican
expedition, the troops were kept
aboard ship to prevent exposure to
Ii General Miles gets away to-day
he may still reach the baae selected
for operations at Porto Rico before
the other sections of his expedition,
though the latter have been moving
for a couple of days.
TO BRING THE TROOPS NORTH.
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n-lnin'f.iii i. k'ar.liiijf the iii.'il ton
if tlie 1 i ft b eriny ti hi. 1 en
ntif tlnwr tni wlu.-h ran.. ilh
li.m fr.mi Iaitii. ti! the r i n f ir.-c-mint
from the four trait-porl which
lie aiiicr Iwiti union. let l..vi't the
I Ik i ty third atid part of the Thirty-
fourth Mil lutHii, noiio of the tatter
hao I -ccii in fiction. Imt ail are cuiiim it
in t he miiiic place.
So far Kk liciilth ootifciilcr.it inns pn.
(iciiornl Mi Kihlicn weinn In have hcid
the iipiriioti thai the Fifth Curp mil Id
join t ho Porto liieo cmlitloll under
General Mile us wmll as S;iutiatrn
should fall. Thit was t ho evident in
tent iou when the nrmv of invasion
left the flitted States, hut the condi
tion of the men now, accord iiif to the
physicians and coniiiiHiiiiing otlitvrs, is
such that the entire corps should re
turn north at once, tieneral Miles has
cabled that he doea not want and ill
not need a single man among them,
and he believes that after their hard
campaign they should lie given a rest
of at least two or three weeks.
The doctors say the men should lie
sent into camp iu the mountains of
North Carolina or Western Maine for
a month. Washington ugrees to thif
and will do everything possible, the
cable dispatch to-day says, to carry
the army away from here, Hut there
is a lack of transports. In addition t
the Porto Rico troops, which will re
quire forty steamers for their convey
ance, the authorities here are fet ill
counting upon having to convey the
22,000 Spanish prisoners to Cadiz. It
appears (rwn hjre that our government
cannot get siinTcient vessels and this
fact holds tjje Fifth corps here, doing
nothing. The men are anxious to get
The dvalry division has been sent
into the mountains at it own request
to see if it cannot get into shape to join
General Milea. If no fever develops,
the men may go to Porto Rico.
The Twenty-fourth infantry is act
ing as guards and nurses at the hos
pital at Juragua. More nurses are
needed. The colored troops will prob
ably remain here to atteud the sick
and hold Santiago.
General Shafter haa cabled to Wash
ington that it is imperatively neces
sary that he should have more 1m-
inunes sent to him quickly, and the
probability is that a corps will leave
within the next ten days.
All our men are now camped upon
the fighting line, where they have
In-en for two weeks, except General
W heeler s men, who have been Bent
into the hills.
(encral Wheeler Is still ill, but he
resists the pleas of his friends to re
turn to the United States.
Washington, July 2S. Secretary
Alger said to-day that the troops
which were in the engagements at
Santiago would not be sent to Porto
R ico. They will remain in Cuba until
yellow fever has lieen entirely stamped
out. (ieneral Miles did not think it
advisable to take any troops to Porto
Rico that were liable to have con
tracted fever, and in this conclusion
the department concurred.
lllanro si a Treat Agent.
Mahhid, July 22. An official dis
patch from Captain General lilanco
announces that the greatest enthus
iasm prevails in Havana, and that the
feeling in favor of resisting the "Y'an
kee" is universal. It further asserts
that the commanders of the volunteer
forces, at a conference under the pres
idency of (ieneral Arolas, military
governor of Havana, resolved to "ex
haust their resources and die rather
than sui render."
End of Bcdalla's Hogg-Shirk Incident.
Skdai.ia, Mo., July 22. William H.
Hogg, who was horsewhipped by W.
8. Shirk, jr., Tuesday, fer paying at
tentions to his sister, was married to
Miss Maude Shirk at the Cumberland
Presbvterian church this morninir, the
Rev. Mr. Logan officiating. The
couple left a half hour later for Kan
sas City. Neither Judge Shirk or his
son attended the marriage.
A Hrltlah Steamer Taken.
Key West, Fla., July 22. The Brit
ish steamer Newfoundland, loaded
with food supplies, was captured by
the Mayflower on Tuesday off Cien'
fuegos, into which harbor she was
heading. Two blank shots across her
bow brought her to and the Mayflower
put a prize crew on board of her and
sent her to (. harleston, b. C
To Examine Little's Health.
Sas Francisco, July 22. Brigadier
General Miller has ordered a medical
board convened to examine into the
physical condition of Lieutenant
Colonel & C Little, once acting com'
mander of the Twentieth Kansas vol
unteers, to discover if he be not
physically disqualified for the duties
of his post.
No Effect on Watson's Trip.
Wasuisstos, July 22. Referring to
atson s visit to the Spanish coast
Secretary Long said that there was no
fear of its bringing about any protests
from or complications with any of the
powers. He ridiculed as absurd cer
tain reports that some of the powers
might make trouble if Watson goes to
To Handle Mail In I'orto Rico.
Washington, July 2a. Postmaster
General Emory Smith made another
extension of the postal service to-day
in establishing Porto Rico as a mili
tary station under the postoflice at
Washington, Postmaster J. 11. Willet
Teui Fever la Missouri.
Lamar, Mo., July 22. Texas fever
has broken out among the cattle In
this locality. David Price, a farmer
living twelve mile southwest of here,
ba lost eleven head from tJie fever
and seventeen more are sick.
Spa'n Sff!s Cfftrra and H.$ Fd
lew Prsonm $5O,CO0.
THEY WILL BUY NEW CLOTHES.
1I Mtatt M.-ea Ar Itrr4
With Ittrlt tlHlwrnt al mb'1i
A tMiM I mm Xtn turfc t all a lh
Admiral at AMiilla.
Nl Yt'M. .'"iy I.iniio M. Cas
tillo, the president of the Spariifch
lU'licVoleiit society of New Yolk, Vifcit
ed Admiral termers and hi fellow
prisoners at Aniiasili' Tuesday. Mr.
Castillo wrote to President Mckinley
niiiest ing i rmiMon to visit the ad
miral and other prisoners, several of
whom were personal friends of the ap
plicant. Secretary Ijotig, to whom the
letter was referod, replied, granting
the necessary x riiiissioii.
One of Mr. Castillo's objects in visit
ing Admiral Cervera was to offer finan
cial aid. The admiral accepted a
small loan, giving an order on a tirm
of bankers in this city who, it is said,
have received a draft for $:0,(KK from
the Spanish government for the im
prisoned officers. This motley will be
turned over to the prisoners at Annap
olis in a few days. In the meantime
they are occupied, said Mr. Castillo, in
ordering new wardrobes and generally
improving their material condition.
Admiral Cervera talked at length
and in detail of the war from the time
he left piin unti his capture. Rut
he sealed Mr. Castillo to kecreey, as
serting that he would have nothing to
say for publication until the end of
the war. The admiral said that he
had given no Interviews since hi ar
rival at Annapolis, and that any re
ported talks with him were fictitious.
tniijo M. Castillo has just returned
from Annapoli. After explaining to
a reporter that the purpose of hia
visit was to offer such aid as the Span
ish officer might need, Mr. Castillo
"Admiral Cervera and his officers
expressed great gratitude for the gen
erous treatment of the American gov
ernment. Nothing that could add to
their physical comfort has been
Mr. Castillo said that the view that
the Spanish fleet was outclassed pre
vailed among Cervera s officers while
the ships lay in the Santiago bay.
"There was always a shortage of
coal," Mr. Castillo said. "They could
not injure the American fleet because
they came out of Santiago harbor in
single file. Each ship was pounded as
she came out."
Admiral Cervera's figures show that
twenty-one of his officers were lost.
He has learned that one who was re
ported missing has turned up at Santi
ago. "Have Admiral Cervera and his offi
cers formed any plans for the future?"
"Plans." said Mr. Castillo, with a
laugh. "They are prisoners."
PORTO RICO OURS FOREVER.
One I'oMcMlon That Will Never He Re
turned to Spain
Washington, July 22. The authori
tative declaration was made to-day that
the island of Porto Kico is to be held a
a price of the war. The subjoined
statement, practically official, was
"Porto Rico will be kept by the
United States. That is settled and has
been the plan from the first. Once
taken it will never be released. It
will pass forever into the hands of the
United States, and there ha never
been any other thought. It posses
sion will go toward making up the
heavy expense of war to the United
States. Our flag, once run up there,
will float over the island perma
nently." The same authority says the future
of the Philippines is a matter of de
velopment and that so far there is no
certain policy finally adopted regard
ing these islands. They are subject to
developments in the war situation in
the Pacific. It was intimated, how
ever, though not definitely asserted,
that the Ladrone islands might follow
the fate of Porto Kico and become our
permanent possession. They are val
nable as a coaling and supply station
for our ships when on the way to
NOW FOR A WEYLER CABINET.
A Madrid Dlipatcb Hmj the General Will
Form m War Ministry.
London, July 22. According to a
dispatch from Madrid Senor Sagasta,
the premier, has again offered to re
sign and has been counseled by the
queen regent to advise with other po
litical leaders relative to his future
It is also reported that General Pol
ieveja's return to Madrid is closely
connected with a change in the minis
try and that (ieneral Weyler will form
a cabinet in which General Polieveja
will be minister for war. This combi
nation, it is further asserted, will sup
port the dynasty, repeal the suspen
sion of constitutional rights and con
tinue the war to the utmost limits.
Some of the Canteen Closed.
CmcKAMAVOA, July 22. Persistent
petitions and letter writing by wives
and mothers of the soldiers has had
the effect of closing up three of the
regimental canteens at Camp Thomas.
It is said that several others are
scheduled to go in the near future.
Garcia' Irath I'nconflrsned.
Kingston, Jamaica, July 28. The
rumor of Garcia 8 death, whicn is saia
to have started here, is denied, and
nothing can be Warned to show its ori
Bm t Mrvli affair.
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and Kung Troubles, Indlgentbin. Ilysirpsla,
Sirk Heailai'lie Female WeBkiieas. Lost
Manhoml, Nervous Di-Iility,aiiei all Private
In the District Court of Dougla county.
N f t) r h s k tt
William' 8. Sanderson, plaintiff vs Mattlo
To Mattle Sanderson, non-resident defend
ant: You are hereby notified that on the 9th
day of May, William ri. Sanderson, plain
tiff herein. Hied a petition in the District
Court of Dourlas County, Neb., the object
and prayer of which are to obtain a divorce
from you on the ground that at the time of
the marriage between the plaintiff and your
self you were physically Incompetent to per
form the sexual dut'esof a wife to a husband
by reason of physical deformity, and for such,
oiber relief as may be lust and equitable.
Vou are required to answer said petition,
on or before the 27th day of June, 1WH.
WILLIAM H. 8ANDEK80N, Plaintiff,
5-20-4 By Edson Ulcb, bis attorney.
J. T. PATCH.
Attorney, Room 2 Patterson Block.
In the matter of the estate of Charles B".
Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance
of an order of the district court of Doug
las county, Nebraska, William W. Keysor,
judge, made on the 13th day of November.
1K)7, licensing; the sale of the real estate
hereinafter described belonging to saJd i
tate, there will be sold at the north do
of the court house. In said county, on th
25tb day July, of 18H8at 10 o'clock, at put
Ho vendue, to the hleheat bidder for car
the following described real estate, to-w
Pelham place, an addition to the city
Omaha, said county. Said sale will rei.
ae. All cases gunranteed or nx noy rr
mded. CONSULTATION FKEE. Call or 11
'rite enclosing stump for book and blank I
DR. C. GEE WO, ; f
51H-.VJI N. lllth St., OMAHA, NEH.".
R BTiuirnRn maTrn wi
Administrator of the Estate of Charles B. J (
nrvan8, deceased. "
FOR ItiDIAN TERRITORY;.
THE CHEROKEE STRIP'.
and HOT SPRINGS ARK
Met Office. I. B. Corner 13th tni Fariin &U
.WURAT HAL8TUD J BRUT WAi 1001.
(J lr tioanirr in Wr.,rA"l .boot r Ji. TiViii
: NaT.i. Kli wun F.mn Nations.
nfl'klilm li;"tco'""' 'll"nitioi... A-t.O
ton m, rwirten.
We Will Sell YooHIGB
FOR LESS MOafT
THAN ANT OTHER'
CONCERN IN THE
You Get Tlie Profits of DeilCT' 1bber '
Ing dirct from the Kanu-j
factnrrrs. 1898 Full Six Ladles' or Cents'
Models from $18. oo up. 200O MODELS
left over from lmt m-uon at your own price
fro rrl SIO.OO up. Oompleta mUJogu ot Bloycletf
and aandrlra Fro. We ship oar highest grade whe
snjwhere without on cent Of money In ad
Vance, propy all freight chanra and Cuarantee
Them For Two Year). Addms
VICTOR MANVFACTORINB C0MPAIV
. ctm mm . j.a p . ....
. iso mi rmn ., ttllcijo, III, ,
To Cure (iiuaiipHtlaii Forever. i
Take ('u.eu Cau.lv miliar, ic. lc or Kiel
If C C. C. Uil to cure, druusisu n-fuiid mouJJ '
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