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The Consular Force In Conference with
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THE SPANISH CABINET
IS NOW DILLY-DALLYIN6.
Wants to know What “Immediate Evacua
tion" Means, and Wants to Know
of the Philippines.
Special to The HeraW.
Maartd Aug. 2. The cabinet liaa re
ceived a cablegram direct from Cam
ton. and held two loo* eeaaiona di»-
cuMin* peace. The member* refuaed
to Ulh further than to aajr that the
United Slate" had Imposed another
condition entirely new. besides those
already known. No hint is given aa
to wtiat this condition la. Almodovar,
minister of foreign affair#, conferred at
length with the French and Austrian
and German ambassadors, and then
rrnauHed Sagasta. The universal Im
pression is that the cabinet will final
ly accept the principal conditions im
posed and agree to evacuate Cuba and
surrender Porto Rico, thus securing an
armistice, and discuss leas hurriedly
the other minor conditions and detail*
of the evacuation. There is complete
official silence regard the Philippines.
The belief that the war is fndtd has
caused stocks to rise sharply. In fact,
I nm able to state with authority that
the cabinet ministers believe the whole
peace negotiations will bo completed
in leas iban a month. if i. ; T
.Madrid, Aug. 2. The cabinet, af
ter discussing America’s terms, has de
cided to send a note to the United
States government asking for a more
definite expression of tte meaning of
the words "immediate evacuation,” and
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alto more definit" referenca U> th« dia
pociticn of the Philippines.
Washington, Aug. 2. The president
will call an eatia session of the houses
of congress as toon aa Spain accepts
the terms of peace offered. .The senate
must pas* the peace treaty and con
gress aa a whole must frame the meas
ures for the retention of the volunteer
army which on the present law psasea
out of existence as soon aa the war clo
ses: also laws for the government of
the Philippines, Porto Rico. Cuba,
GEN. MERRITT ASKS
FOR MORE SOLDIERS
[Special to The Herald.]
Washington, Aug. 2.—On authority
of a congressman who saw Secretary
Alger It Is stated that Gen. Merritt, In
his dispatch to the war department,
says he fears trouble with the insur
gents at Manila, and will need more
men. He asks tbat. his force be in
creased to fifty thousand men.
What Barrett Say*.
[Copyright by John Barrett.].
Hong Kong, Aug. 2.—1 have made a
special visit to Aguinaldo's headquar
ters to ascertain the real Feling of the
Insurgents towards the American mili
tary operations. 1 stayed two days
and fanned with all the principal lead
ers and find a distinct evidence of jeal
ousy. but no actual anti-American feel
ing. While favoring the Americans
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aiofloe for IM I'*ltr4 HI at**. Tie
Annapolis Is ealllnc off tl* «**tem
,n 4 es Borto Biro to coarey thrrn to
over the Spaniards they fear the ef
fect* of a large military force and the
loss of their own prnstige. Agulnaldo
I# reogectfuk to Dewey. Merritt and
Consul Wlldman and he holds sacred
Consul General Wlldman'e good opin
ion, but la willing to glre only nega
tive assistance until he knows the Am
erican policy which telegraphic report
says ts the abandonment of the Philip
ptnea. There la Indication of n claah
between Merritt and Aglnaldo. but I
do not anticipate any difficulty.
He WIN Surrender.
Washington. Aug. 2.—The nary de
partment la In po*»« Mlon of Informa
tion that Captain General August! has
entered Into an agreement to surrender
Manila to Admiral Dewey and General
Merritt on demand. This information
ts contained In dispatches from Dewey
and Merritt which were received yes
terday. Secretaries Alger and Long
said the substance of the dispatches
would not he given out for the present.
Aginaldo's declination of an Ameri
can protectorate has changed the plana
of the administration, and has made
the situation In the Philippines one of
the greatest gravity. Dewey and Mer
ritt have been notified tbat Aguinaldo
should not he antagonized, though the
policy of forcing the city to surrender
to the Americans is to to carried out.
Aguinaldo's future status is not to be
affected by this fact and it will be
clearly defined in his favor in the
peace negotiations. il : § . ,
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