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Spain Cannot Send Vessels for
tbe Released Prisoners.
ACT WOULD BE UNLAWFUL
PriMoeri Will Be Cellv.rel
Bowd American Vmcl-Advance-
Made on roac.
MANILA Sept. 27. The American '
hav.j drdlnwi the request of Oeneral
Jrnilllo. the Spanish officer who U
.ttllng H.aln military affair In the
I'hlllppliie Islands, to tend a v.l un -
d r the Ki.nl.h flag to colt the Span,
l.h iriM.nrn at the Hpanlih fort. a.
i ... i .-.. 1 i,v ih. triii,,i,,. nn tt,-
ground that lh porta are cled and
i,,.i nrh a ai.,1, ihis,f,. win i un.
lawful, and Iwau- they declined to
atcpt Fllli'lno dictation. The author-
in... aro frmlv tnx.nd an AnioHron ves.
sel. Tb. Kpiuiish cominleelon. there- Palerno, president of the ao-called Flll
fore, mil return to the insurgent line plno cabinet, ha fallen Into disfavor
and .ndravor to establish an arrange,
itnt r.ir tin. iVllvrv of the nrlsoner
on U.ard U American vessel.
Agulnaldo has Isstu-d a statement,
saying the waillke activity of the
American baa prevents the conceit-
tralkn of the prisoners, a intended,
but thivt they wll be delivered up.
The Tutul of the Island of Min
danao have expressed their readiness
to accept American sovereignty In
change for protection against the har-
alne Mnrna. The native ottlcer haa
offered M.Jor-Oeneral Otl. 1000
beo. tribesmen to fight the Tagal of
the Lacuna de Bay district The sol-
dler engaged In righting at Cebu be
longed to the Nineteenth Infantry, the
BUth Infantry, the Twcnty-tmra in
fantry and the Fifth artlllary.
The Insurgents are trying to Incite
the natives of Malnbon, a city of 30,000
inhabitants, five miles from Manila, to
rise against tbe American garrison.
Captain Allen ha btvn holding the
place with two companies of the Six
teenth Infantry, but, on account of the
" . . ' simply smothered the big wrestler and
need of .11 available men " t,uto him look like a novice.
his fn- has been reduced to i men.
They now remain near a tln cnurcn, i
where they ore quartered, Iwlng too'
few In nuinUr to attempt to patrol the
town. Armed uturormca parue. ui
Insurgents recently emlarKea aunng,
the night, collected money tor me in
l.nrKiinn and nivached revolt. Two
mayor have been elected, but
them have deullned to serve.
the old dread.
only the most
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ask for the Portland
Mnlahon ha been mad a .hipping
point, whence provision, and other .tuff
are brought from Manila by tralm and
shipped Into the hostile territory.
The Insurgent em to be trying to
make, by their food treatment of Amer
ican prisoner, a card by which to fain
outel'le sympathy, . Two Englishmen
w'io have arrived here from Tarlae re
thit the American are treated!
nor like guest, than prisoner. They
are fed on tbe beat that the country af
ford and everything la done to gain
their favor. '
A Filipino paper say that on tb oc
casion of the recent fate at Vlttotia In
celebration of a mythical Filipino vic
tory the American prisoner there were
given the freedom of tbe town and five
po.o. tech with which to celebrate the
The EnglUhmen also aay tbe Filipino
hve onered all the American cotnml-
''""" th "" -nd U thn of
lnvm aecepieu. ini ia not oeiieveo.
; The American officer north of Ma -
nlla tell corre.pof.dent. of the A - wciat -
' r-" that Agulnaldo I attempting to
ctirorce good government aner me
'American fashion, ordering hi sol-
' dlvr to uiprvs a band of robber.!
t""".-e or wnom were iecuiea at aiar-
He baa also prohibited gamb-
ling In tho vllage Under his control.
j among the Filipino on account of hi
pce procllvltlea. They suspect mm
I of planning-to repeat the treachery of
the former Insurrection, when be went
over to the Spaniards, and they may
iinrivnr uinv n Dnu 1 C
Mavu.A. r7.-10 a. m. - Oen -
eral MacArthur, wn-jaton ana v ueei -
r. witn rour reaimenis ana s ds-uctt,
a .. i. .hi. mLt
upon Porac, about ( mile northwest of
MMca-jB"w ,n r.mpang provino..
M'COT GIVEN THIS FIGHT.
NFW TORK. Sept.:. At the Len.
nnt Athletic Club tonlitht. Kid Mc
Coy knKked out Jack McCormack In
the eighth round
McCoy ck-arly proved McCormarE
' won by a fluke a few week, ago In Chi-
cago when he knocked out McCoy.
They met at catch weight tonight for
. j. a ., .
ter. in a very thorough manner. He
G. A. R. FEEL INSULTED.
KANSAS CITY. Sept 87. "No great-' arrived outside last night, travel-i lower bay she was mistaken by the of
!. fault was ever ottered comrade. of'8laine1 weather-beaten, after her'flcer8 of fort for the olympla. and
Hie uraiiu Am, j vi v,,c itcyuwuv mau
the action of the Dewey-day commit-
bothof1' ,n New Torkl whan -m white-!
i haired old aoldlors were not allowed the'
place of honor In the groat parade.",
Thls was the statement ot Albert D.'
9'6haw. commander In chief of the O.111- here rlht under hls eye
A. H.. who was In Kansas Cltv todav
, on his way to Topeka,
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 27.-An 1m-
portant conference will be held to-Prorations were made to 6lve herj NEW YORK, Sept. 27. Admiral Dew
morrow and Saturday at Salt Lake be-'hc luudest nl,1st enthusiastic wel- ey rose early today and could be seen
tween the ofllclals of the Southern Pa- comethey could give. The Chicago's , from Atlantic Highlands pacing the
clflo. Union Pacific and Northwestern lue Jackets cheered wildly as she oiympia's quarterdeck. The warship
RU,, nfflrioi. t,ftr aav there la ' steamed past. The Olympla responded, as surrounded by all manner of sail
great deal of Important business to be
TEN EYCK WINS.
HALIFAX. N. 8.. Sept. 37.-Jas. A. I
Ten Eyck, the American, defeated 3aa.,honor the mlral m the Olympla
HhNorrls. champion of Halifax harbor. In
ilthe single scull race today, three miles
! with a turn, by 6 lengths, In 23:20. .
GOFF WAS DEFEATED.
'Then the spectators on the excursion
DENVER, Sept. 27. Goff' seconds ' fleet cheered. The skippers turned
throw up the spongy tonight at the end looso their whistles and sirens. Every
of the sixth round in his tight with thing that could make noise In the har-
Paddy Purtell. i
MAINE'S ARMOR SAVED.
CHICAGO, Sept. 27.-A special to the
Tribune from Norfolk, Va., say the
American bark Tlllle Baker lies today
at quarantine in Hampton Roads car-' carried out as arranged, except that
tying the armor of the Maine. The' hig flagship, if It should Join the parade,
bark Balled from New York on Julyjwouij f0n0w the Olympla instead of
21 ana arrived at Havana on August
U, where it took on a cargo of such
as the armor plate as the divers were
able to recover from the wreck of the'
Tbe Returned Hero Is Given a
TtDndtrOUS Grtttlfi J.
WELCOME WAS IMPRESSIVE
Olympla Ntsea Up to Htw York Be
tween Lteti of Warsllt-rro-fraae
NEW YORK, Sept r.-Througn frol-
,cklnf hup the oiympU moved
majelically up the lower bay today
throuah the trfcturewna
' b- Fort, w.Ammnr,h
. ta M .
gate, Admiral Dewey and his gal
lant tar received the glorioua, thunder
ous welcome of meei-walieil men-ol-
war as their stately blp glided up to
hef w M of colnmn(
thera to remain until the areat naval
pagiant .tarts on Friday.
Never. nerbaiM. did'triumDbant war-
palgn receive a more Impresaive wel-
Thousand upon thousand wlt-i
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of houwftop the manf-war an,
chorage at Tomplnksvllle, where the
fleet lay. fairly .warmed with tuga,'
'of hsrbor craft, all Jot black, with wild, ,
i r - ;
'cheering, exulting people, while
lowenng wuiw w. ...
. . . :
yond were wave witn miniona oc wei-
coming flag. v
I Today's greeting
to Dewey was a!
greeting of hi comrade of the navy.)
and it was eminently Suing that his i
' comrade In arms should haT tke first I
'chance at him whom the millions arej
waiting to honor. The people will begin
to t at him on Friday or Saturday.'
To all outward appearaces. the welcome
h the fleet was trtct,y ,
Professional. Cheering Is not permit-
of-ar, but no
reproof followed to-
W breaehe9 of lhat disclp"ne
h" ins'fc ot ,
. R Admiral Howlson. com-,
mander of the South Atlantic squadron,
' aboard his flagship, the Chicago, which
tourney of 81.000 miles around South I
Ioameu ' """"' "i
P"11"- 0 NOrth AUan )ca 11,0 was tne "ianal for a general
Quadron In receiving Dewey upon his, demonstration along the shore." Can-
A Admiral Howlson rounded
the Olympla. surprise was upon
face of every man on board and could '
be discerned without the aid of glasses. I
But surprise Is not the notion men in
the navy Indulge in long, and Dewvy's
tlagshlp was no sooner recognized than'
with 13 guns and the two admirals, j
come together from two ends of thej
earth, waved welcome to each other,
from the bridge of their respective ves
sels. W. - ..... , 1 -- . , , . . I .1.1.,
enlD "er Bn,p lw" ,,a luI" ' " B
Krandlr UP the llne of Ro&llng
"" - tresses. a flood of sentiment
"welled up In their hearts. Admiral
Dewey from the bridge acknowledged
each salute with a wave of his cap.
bor Joined. When the Olympla anchor-
ed, the rear admirals and captains
paid their respects to Dewey.
Rear Admiral Howison's appearance
p tne harbor will In no way interfere
Wtn the program Friday. It will be
iRpar Admiral Sampson's flagship, the
New York. But it is not certain that
Admiral Howlson will take part. Ho Is
reported to have said this afternoon
i i ii
thelr long Journey and preferred to reet
tip and clean up their travel-stained
hip. If he ihould ride In tbe land pa-
j rade on Saturday, being Bampaon'
senior, he wllf precede tbe Commander
of the North Atlantic squadron. The
'excursion boaU, with their crowd of
; slghtw-ers, continued to circle about
tbe Olympla until the bugle founded
Up and tbe light went out
A BEAUTIFUL BIGHT.
Tbe Narrow Had tbe Appearance of
Big Water Carnival
NEW YORK. Sept. I7.-Ylewed from
the hore aklrUng States bland or the
Bay Bridge, the Narrow took on an
appearance tonight of a big water feu,
a Venetian carnival, which might have
been taken for a great canal formed
by revenue cutter and warship, be-
a1""1"" tb the Olympla at St. George
,nd endin " Onondaga lying
0,r quarantine. The electrical display
PROGRAM OF THE PARADE.
More Than Three Hundred Vessels Will
be In Line.
NEW TORK. Sept, t7.-Tne naval
; commlttea tonight gave out the pro-
""" for nvaJ parade, the list of
vw' wblch wUl participate In It and
thelr Potion. The parade wiU start
from nuaranUoe Friday at 1 p. m. The
PlI DOl Plro1 n the km
wltn the bow Nw Tork tai My-
or Van Wyck.
The Olympla, the flagship of Admiral
ana e neamer tsanay hook.
hvln on " Mayor Van Wydc and
of the city of New
rora, wm lotiow atae ny side. Aner
inese come toe warsupa, private yachts
and other craft making a parade of
n.w ihu 11, 1,.. J.
- - .
Howlson' Flag Waa Immediately Sub-
.stltated 4oc Samjwoa'a-
NEW YORK. Sept r. The cruiser
Chicago, tbe flagship of Rear Admiral
Howlson, reached this port today from
long crulae. during which she touched
the C0Mt Africa and visited Port
said. Tho cruiser proceeded to the
u,c.w.CUv ui.m u
Vllle, and took a position astern of the
old ship Lancaster. A few moments
me ome nig ear Aomirm.
Sampson's ship, the New Tork, was
lowered. lndienUn that Samnson was
no lender In commuid of the flt hf.re
a the Chicago was preceding up the
admiral's salute of 17 runs was fired
aa returnee ny tne tnt-
non were urea ana small arms ats-
cnarg(KL whUe ferry-boats and
railroad engines started a deafening
chorus of whistles.
' . . , .
, EEWKY ROSE EARLY.
Could Plainly Be Seen on the Olympla
From Atlantic Ilghland9.
and steam craft, including a number of
newspaper boats which had remained
near the flagship all night There was
no answering boom of guns from the
flagship, but a string ot signal flags
were Bent aloft In response.
An ofliclal visit was paid to Dewey by
i Major Burbank, commandant at Fort
Hancock, and his staff.. The visitors'
were met at the gangplank and escorted
to the admiral's cabin, where they
spent halt an hour. When they re
turned to shore all member of the mili
tary party were enthusiastic! . . over
At 9 o'clock the Olympla started up
the bay for the government anchorage
Continued on Page Five.
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Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
They Arrive at a Decision for
UNREST AT Pretoria Great
Tritsvuf Covertaeat Bit Aa
polatej Officer to fo to the
FroatliEveBt of Hostilities
LONDON, Sept IT.-Notlce. of an ad
journed cabinet council was forwarded
thla afternoon, and the chief govera
ment whip will be on hand to giv Int.
mediate effect to any decision arrived at
regarding the reassembling of parti-
ameot Information from Bloemf onteln
this evening leave little doubt that
the Oranga Free State and the Volks
raad la nnanimou in supporting: tlx
Transvaal. .. .
UNREST AT PRETORIA. ' 1
Boer Will Not Recede From Thrtr
LONDON, Sept 27. The Traniraal
situation remains unchanged, though if
anything, the feeling of gloom ha deep.
ened. Cablegram from Pretoria and
Cape Town ahow that the general im
pression prevail there that the Boer
will not recede from their position, and
that a feeling of unrest at Pretoria sag
A dispatch today announce, that the
Transvaal government has begun to ap
point officers to go to the front in ease
of hostilities. The executive council
of the TraiMvaal has prolonged the sit
ting of yesterday, and has been in con
stant telegraphic communication with
the Orange Free State. No decision.
It Is now said, regarding the attitude
of the Free State, has yet been reach
ed. Tbe Transvaal's reply to the dis
patch of Secretary Chamberlain will be
drafted today and submitted to the
raid in secret session. The ivnaber
appear convinced that Great Britain
is determined on war. Being anxious
not to force Great Britain's hand, tha
Boers will not take any definite step
until the draft of their reply Is con
sidered, but notice has been Issued to
the burghers to be In readiness for the
commandering, which will be commenc
The Orange Free State continued in
secret session. """.
A telegram from Johannesburg say
that an American named Blake Is rais
ing an American corps of 600 men foy
the Boers. On the Cape aide, the dis
patches show great military activity
in the direction of the frontier. The
camp at Dundee now consists of two
regiments of infantry, a hussar regi
ment, two field batteries, one mountain
battery, and a detachment of engineers.
The king's rifles are now encaped at
Lady Smith, and lancers are arriving
there. An armored train left Cape
Town at midnight for Lady Smith. Tha
outfit Is looped for rifles and machine
guns, and is capable ot carrying 120
men. The Buchuanaland border Is
closely patrolled, day and night It is
reported that Boer agents have made
large purchases of grain at Durban.
The war office has ordered a transport
and supplies for an army corps to pre
pare to proceed to the Cape. This Is
a very Important order, and means the
early dispatch of any army corps. The
men of 25 companies are being med
ically examined at Aldershot today. In
eplte of Hhese warlike preparations,
South African circles In London still
believe there will be no war, and that
the Boers will finally conceed to the
that he ar.d his crew were Just In after