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 - I the Immediate surrender of Same1 All eieent...
I the Immediate surrender of Same1 All eieent sae of Admiral Cer- vars't tkiM have been destroyed by Santpaon's 9ectat Santlaavo. ; . Gsneral 8hf tr has demanded tho Immediate anrrender of San tlaaro, threatsmtnsr to bombard tho elty. ' ', . General' Miles will go to Santlasro to talce eonasnand of the United States troop in Cnbau ' - - - General Spanish Linares, head of tho ty at saatugo, was vrooaded. Fifteen thoosand men at Camp Thomas, Cixlekamasara Parle received rush order to aro to Shaf-ters aid at Santlasro Dnrtnsr n eonferenoo at tho white honse it wna.- decided to send 18,000, troops to ye-enforeo General Bhnfter nrmy. Five thousand soldiers will bo sent from Tampa to Savannah and sjo aboard transports, which will reach there to-morrow. Miss Clara Barton cabled from Playa del Kate that General 8 hal ter was appealing; for medicines and food nt the front. The cruiser Charleston and the transports carrying? the first -ex pedition to the Philippines arrived at Manila on Jane SO." OssJuui, the- lamest of the La-drone island, belonging to Spain, was seised by the cruiser Charles ton on her wny to the Philippines.

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 04 Jul 1898, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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