Clipped From The Hutchinson News
ijfcgNSQis NEWS. VOL xm HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 4, 1898. NO. 231 SANTIAGO MUST SURRENDER QUICK THE MAINE IS REMEMBERED General Shatter is Complete Master of the Situation. The Demoralized Spaniards Considering the Demand—A Truce Until 10 O'Clock Tuesday. A GRAND. GLORIOUS FOURTH Our Brave Soldiers Cheering and the Bands Playing "A Hot Time in the Old Town." Our Losses Heavy But the Spaniards Simply Knocked to Pieces-Time Given for Women and Children to Leave the City. "The Army and Navy "Three cheers for the Forever, Reel, White and Blue. Sampson's Great Fourth of July Gift to the Nation. Not a Single One of Cervera's Battle Ships Now Afloat or Even in Existence. THEY TRIED TO ESCAPE From Santiago Harbor and are Now Burned, Beached or Blown Up. Admiral Cervera and His Men are Prisoners- Total Loss of the American Fleet is One Man Killed and Two Wounded.