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   Cedar Rapids Daily Republican (Newspaper) - July 19, 1898, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                r i CEDAR RAPIDS DAILY REP CE1M11 TUESDAY, JULY U'J, KO. MILES STARTS FOR PORTO FOIl Fair; Iiigb, tciiiiirtature; southerly vlnOs. ck and wouotleil suliiifri from San-lago, lias arrived at Fort Thoiuas. >y. All were repoiK-U locisht 25 duos well. It is tliai lliere art? 20 sc-rioui on tae and PROBLEM QUICKLY Commander of the Irene Spoiling Tor a Tariff For Sanltago Goes Inlo fiifect This Sails From Siboney on the Converted er Yale With Artillery A BRITISH from the front, iu 1'orL Thonias IS ABOLISHED Jnibim Rate ID Be Applied to the Ptoclucts of all Countries. REDUCTION OF TONNAGE M'Kinley Sends Shafter Complete Instructions for Governmentof What Would Happen LI He Should Get in Dewey's NURSES FEVER STRICKEN JJr.auii Mrs. I-MM-r suaaLlTicEr llctli ia New York. July The follow ins was rcivived today at the-lied Cross frcnn Jibs Clara Dartoji: "We will go in at i lie navy and Uicn tlie Texas luuneJiatelv. OTHER TROOPS TO FOLLOW HIM AT EPOCH BEGINS IN AMERICAN A CRUSHING Regiments Left Charleston Yesterday and Olhers Will Fallow from Tampa and State Paper Made Public by the President Makes a New Departure in American Only JJiswey 1 MrL'ulliM-li Jt -Nf. rcs-ory not iimnniif-v for us in care for. l.e.isor asid n-uios are recovering No iv.nse for alarni." Qji the ISlli Mbs llarton cabled froai 1'laya del Estc that Dr. and Mill all (heir nursc-.i wore a fever two distant; ttiut she savr them Ilint ilpy and all wcrj Joins well. In of her HfUuccil Crum Ono HoLlnr to Tw-ciiiy Coot a a Ton-Heavy SAMPSON'S SHIPS WILL AID THE TROOPS UNDER GOVERNMENT FOR -BOTH SPANISH AND July IS. 1'L.e Hens KOHS torrcspori'Jciit ol ibc Dally Mail IX C., July Some of Them Left Yesterday and It Is Expected That all Hie Troops and Warships Will Be Keady to Begin the Attack the Knd of the Alger Purposes to Make the Campaign Short and Lincoln's brigade follow] tig: United States Consul informs me tbat as ihe German cruiser irenc was HarlvyU. Manila, tlie other ilay, the Unite i! Slated 1 In a3i was soul xfler her to ask lier to As trie r.nd ibc nursM linve been taken down with yellovr (ever, which accouiUi-d [or iliem ba-Iu3 at cMvcr Me a ley atur ;i brk-f liiis atteriicon with Sci> reatriea Gase ;iiiil Aljser. ons were imnieilialoly cabled to tha iiitforiliw ia at Satiiiiigo ny Secretary that the tariCT can be nut in force tomorrow iiuirninj. The no iv liT 5 Uu-; tb a 'Ii tartif now. in ciicratlon 1 iere, Ibe rates fur the different toiin-trlea at Cuuaci iwrw varying. TliiJ country ns t.i5is the ac-cordutl the produutH of fiiiaiu am! them to all oomi trios, not. tvon the UnUod StaiCa, The; man important diausa effccleil is the iu-ductimi-or IhQ ttnty on ship-rarryiag I'.OPO tons cr more which >n ami out of tlic nort from tiic present rate of fl a ton to a of cauls per tun. The heavy export tax on iron ore is Fullest Liberty and Protection to He Given the Persons and Property of all Those Who Honestly Acknnw the Supremacy ol ths (Jnitca States-Individual anl Corporate Rights to He ElcspttieJ. Deaths from the Fever. PortEmouth. X. II., July IX C., July Sccre-j Alger. as fie left Ihe white Louse! at midnight, announced that the vanguard of the Porto Hicaii expedition had started Iff Cuba. Orders were scat loilay to General, MHes by Alger ami tu Samson by Long to start for Forlo Jllco as soon as possible. Tlic Yale, carrying General Miles anil part of the and other transports, carry lug the remainder of the troops ot Shatter's, command destined for Porto Ilico, prefect! to tho landing place agreed upon under n convoy of Sampson's VCE-! eels. Upon arrival the landing will Ijc effected under tlic guns ol I tie -warships. Large forces will be hurried lo Porto rtico front the. United The Iroops at Charleston -which heeti ready to leave fur sure nil days, arc' under orders to late tonight or tomorrow. Unlc-s delays that arc now unexpected, should occur, nil the troops at Charleston have Veinrt simdovrn tomorrow. The regular trooiw now at Tampa will be hurried to Porto Hi LO as rapidly as tlio elilps can carry them. It Is the exudations of the secretory of war, that within teu Says, American troops will Ije on Porlo Jlican soil. Washington, D. C.. July After three days' consultation between tho president. Secretary Altrer, anil Hrooke, during which there was freciucnt communication with General Miles at Siboney, the details of the Porto It lean expedition ivere [terfcctcd and the expedition Itself gotten under way, Reneral Miles with tonic artillery sailing today for I'ortu Rico on tlie converted cruiser Yule, from Siboney, BOO miles distant front San Juan, to bo foilov.-crt quickly by an array of SO.dOO men. There were some notable rtiffercnce-j in the" plans for Ihid cMpediiEon .tnd for the stately nival pageant that sailed away Iron] Tampa, to attack Santiago. Kirit, there will be practically no naval Iho navy duparU mcnt declared they ore unnecessary. that there is not a Spanish warship iu the West Indies Itint dare thrust its bow out of port. In the second place the ex pDdi tlo n does not start from one point, hut Mill be divided among several ports, thus preventing the tremendous congestion encountered at Tampa. lastly, there will be no effort made lo gel Itic ships away together, but the transports will be allowed io BO forward in their own way to their destination without concerted movement. General Miles leacfs the way. General Krooto will lie tho senior officer in Miles' crjmriiaud and upon him wiU fall the responsibility fur Ihe execution of details o[ his superior's plans., 11 Is estimated that Mile-1; should arrive by Wednesday night at tlie point, selected for the landing, vrhich la fccpl secret, and will hoist the American flag at once over I'orto Hlc-an soil. -Troops I jave Charleston. Tho distance from Charleston, where tho first body of troops for Mifea' expedition was tu today, ia more than double Ihe distance from Santiago (o Porto llico, so that the transports vrhich sail from (he former city can scarcely reaeli General Mifes before the early part ot nest week. These Charleston troops are the fir.st brigade of ihc first division of the first army corps, commanded by Brigadier General George H. Krnst. The brigade comprises Ihc Second Wisconsin, (he Third Wisconsin and the Sixteenth Pennsylvania regiments. Campaign to He Siiorf. The purpose of Secretary Alger is to make tho Porlo Itlc.iu campaign a short one. The expedition is to comprise inon nt tho start, and it will be swelled soon (o 49.MO men and if necessary to The entire hotly of (mops at Tampa will be lafceii, numbering about men, including n lot of heavy. anrl light artillery under the command of General RoAg-flerr, Lincoln floc.i. The" Tampa (roops arc known as tho fourUi corjw, under Major comprising the second on under Drigadtar Gt-ncral Simon iiiytlrr, made up uf the First brigade, (leneral Kt-hvan. ICicvemh ant .Nineteenth United Stiiie.i infantry; c-C'coml brigade, llrlyadk-r General Car-icnter, Sw-onJ Xew York ihc 'tfth Maryland; third brigade, dicr General Hale, TliErd I'cimsylvan-a, Ibtth Indiana anii First Ohio; Inn! division, General Klhfe iirst brigade. Colonel C. i. Kc-niian, 1'irst OIilo, Kirst Florida, ind thirty-second Michigan; second jrigadf, Hrigarllrr (iencni! Lincoln, Sixty-ninth New York, Third Ohio and Second Georgia; provisional cavalry brigade, Colotiel Js'oyes, Fifth United Slates cavalry willi eigiu ifooiiA of tjie Staler and iloLacliineut ol the First, Second, Third, Sixth and Tenth IJiiilet States cavalry, wilh eight troops of the Rider.-, artillery brigade. General Randolph, livo light ami ten lieavy batlerfes. It possible- (hat ill of the cavalry will not be called inon. General Brooko wili take with him from ChiclMnuiiga p.trk of tiie antl .seifJtid brigades of his army the sire, t.sn ailcii-tinn to Genera] Ernest's btifjiide at Uio (iTision. General Haines, Poiirtli Ohio, Third lIllnniK and Fourth third brigade, Colonel J. K. Culver, First Kentnchy, Third Kentucky, and l-'ifth Illinois; sewmil division, Colonc J. roland, coniinandhiE, first brigade, General C. T. Hoe. Mifhigan; First George ami 160 1 l Indiana; second General Sixth Ohio, 15S13! and tho First West Virginia; third brigade, General Ilosser, Second Ohio, Ffrat I'ciinsj Ivanla, acd Foiricent i Minnesota. Fleet will Assist. The movement the shim irom Suntligo io their new Belrta ol action will begin, at once and it is probable that some ot Admiral Sampson's ships were dciathrtl today, vrocceOIng with General Miles. Others will follow 35 soon as the full army expedition la ready to make a landing, when the attack uill begin simultaneously Irora and and sea. Secretary said today that no apprehension existed over the t ireal that Camara's squadron would be divided, part of the ships coming to this side !o attack American seaport cities. No time has been set for tbe departure of Cocimodore Watson's squadron, for Spain, although this move alfO h drawing nearer lapldly, Lons said today tho reported new list ol snips for this squadron was Inaccurate as the list lias not been finally made up. Shatter Sttys at Santiago. It has teen finally- decided that none of tlie troops that participated in the actual flsfitlns before Santiago shal bo employed on the Porlo Hican expedition. There arc two reasons for this. First, thp mm have suffered severely from climate am fovew, ami are entitled lo n t; see nnd, It Is deemed to be very bad practice to allow soldiers who tiavo been ex pose il lo yellow [ever to be trough In direct contact with those fees front the United Slatfa. There Is also Mill another reason, purely a militar> one. Ten thousand Spanish arc at Hofguin, Manzanillo nnd other points, within striking distance of Santiago and might no io.i? nn opportunity to re cover ground lost at Santiago if ihr place were h-fl insufficiently protect cd. Thrrefore, Sliafcer's nnny will b" kepi on gttan] on Iho hiRfi hllls-in the rear of the [own unll] the men have ilanipcd out yellow fever. Then the: will laliC n turn nt the Spaniards I any can be found and it [s [Hijsihlc tliat Shaffer's march will end at lla va n a. Alanzanlllo Bomttardcd I.o n don J n [y I S. A cclal da (e from Havana, July 18, says: "Seven American warihljis heavily bombard cd' Manwnillo this morning. Tlircc steamers at Monedcnez set on fire Several gunboalst tliat were in the liar bor Issued fortb in defense of (h town, wcro stranded. The resul of the bombardment Is not yet knoir'n here." bow ami a small boat went to discover ii-hai s.liG was The C3cr-nian isJniiral protested and Insisted lliat Uertnan hail a right lo and another abuard iho owins to malarial fever. The viurk cf removing the mat of ihe siel; from the cruiser completed IX C'., July A slatoj thai wiJl btf fiitlonu, markins an epoch iu Auieric.tu history, was occupations will LHJ abridged only wLen it be necessary to do While the rnlo of conduct of the comiiiandcr-ln-L-hie; will be such ;ia has jtiat hocii ik-fii-.cil it will be ils duty to adupt measures of a dif- fercnt kind. if, uuforinnatety, thc cotirsc of the people should render k-Mli nipajsuroa to the maintenance of laiv and order, ifo wjH ititn Ihc novrer to renince or e.vpol ihe naUve onkiali in ]nri or attcgether, to subbtltute new courts Ms own constitution for tliost; Uia't-nov; eifst, or to crealti such new or suiinlcmcntary iribunulri as inni b In the exorctee ot JHIWCFS the commander must be glided by hi-S judsinent and Eiis experience, aud. his high souse of jus Oac of the most Important and practical problems with which it will be necessary in deal is of thn treatment, of property and the collcc-t on am! ndmi.ijstration of tbe It is that all the pul) lie. funiU and Kt'tinjties belonging to t ic government of country In and all and and olhcr moniblV pronertj c1 such soviTiiiiical, may t ic military occupant and confertcl ti own The re.il property of tho s-cue he may-hold and aaraiaisler. at l :e sarao time enjoying the revenue t icrecf, but he is not to destroy it save in case or military necessity. AH public means of transjtortalion, such lines, eablej, railways and botits belonging to the state, may Ije to hU use, but, unlea in case of military necessity, they firo not to be destroywl.- All churches aoj rluvutdl to. religious wo-ship anil to the arts nnd sciences, an 1 all fchRol LOUSES are, so far as lo bo protected and all tiestruc t on ami internal defacement o; 4uch of historical moniimcnta or aix-IiivcF. or of works of scionce or art, prohibitrd. save wlieii required by t military 1'rivalc whether belonging to individuals or corporations, is to lw and can be confiscate 1 only nf. hereafter hidlcalcd. or telegraph line.1? ami ci blcf, railways nnd. boats, may, al though belonging to 'private indivul iials or corporations. .seized by the military cxx-upant, but unless des-troytd under military necessity, are not (o be retained. While it is held (o tw the right ot the conqueror lo levy contributions upon the enemy in their sea port.-: toivns or provinces, vrlilch may be in his military by conn.u6st and (o apply the proceeds to defray the o( war, this right is to be es-crcisetl within Piiclt limitation as that it not savor of cor. Rscat ion. Aa'a result of military occupation (he taxes and (Iiitira arc pavnble to tho military occujMiit. unices he see fit to substitute for Ihrm other rates or modes ot ronlributiuiis la the cxpcnidC3 of the government. The moneys collected are in be used for Iho purpose of pay ins the expenses nf the government tinder military occupation, such as the salaries of Jitdpcs and police end for the payment of tho of the army. i'tivatc property taken for (no us" of the iirinv is In In-, paid for varn possiMe hi at a fair valuation, anil when payment in cash is not possible receipts Hre to be given, All purls and places in tJnba which inny be In actual possession ol our laiKi nnd naval forces will lie openerl to (bo commerce of all neutral nations, well as our own, in articles contraband ot war, upon the payment tho proscribed rates of duty whlcb may he in force at tho time ot'ltic Importation. WILLIAM M'KINLBY. Iiy ordc-r of Kccrc-lury of War. 1 II- C. COKUIN, Adjutant Heneral, N AILED The follrvwins self-cxplaiiiitnry letter lias been received: _ Office of (lie Asset in Uil Ticss, 111., July tS. 'TuMfshcr.-! liJrMi ICt-rnilliua P.-.ir Sirs: Wt- arc IntormtJ niliiifi ol the fward of thai uuj-lhfiig inaihc.] -war O itij.y he (Mivtjnl to nny name nt any hence 1 have O tjiillttiris" at any tlmv, day or niaht. Very truly yo'irs. T3IOJ1A5, Cciiiml Diviiiotu Repeatedly the Gazette lias puli isliert statement that the only way The Republican could get its war bulletins was 'by steaJlng iheni i fn.m Ihe bulletin boiaril at the end of the First avenue i sewer. This letter from Mr. Thomas brandy Qiir contemporary of the skull and 4 bunes as a liar on stiil another icorc. It provides in general terms for tbe government of iho proriitcu ti[ ifauti-ngo i3c Cuba, Is the fim document ol thu prcjwrcd by a of the Unitt'c! HtaieA By order of rfrcrptary Ceiicr.il Corbin lonigiit cabled ihe document lo General Charter, in command of tlie military fiwtcj at Sainin5n. The paper io not only an nutliorizatioa and Dsttuilion lo t'eiier.il Shatter for ibc gavernnivat uf the caiituroil territory, bit a iiroclainutinn to the of Uiat territory, ot Ihe intentious of the of the Cniit-l Statc-s re-Siinliisu tlu-iu and their It ricvt- puUtitn) ixiwcr iu t'nba anJ In-tured to tec of tbe territory, over whicti tliR jcuver ;ibju-ito sccuiity jn ihu exercise ol their Iinvitie rig iJa rclaiions, as wc-ll a.s security to their persons and property, The test o: the ctoctitneiit follows: Adjutant General's Office. Wiiihlngiou. C, July IS, isys. Guncnil SJiafier, The following ia- sent you for your information and {junta iu-e. It U lo be published in such a manner in tioiti KnsltftU anil na ivill give it the iviJpjii circuLttion in ihe territory uii'ler your control: Executive Mansion, W.isblDfiton, D. C., July is, 1 SOS.- -To the sccremrv of S5ir: The capituUuina u'. the Snzuish forct.-; (lie casleni piirt   tnry were before occupation. TMs cTilightonea pracdi-e, in FO far possible, l.-i (o be nilherfrt 10 on ihp present oceasfou. nnd other olfitlnU r-onuectetl with the ndmln-islratloa of Justire, may, if accpul the siiprrmacy ol tlie United" Sinlo  edriths. who is in command of the squadron at Mnnilii, inter-v eweil Cap'.niii Chlclicstcr of the British trniHcr "iraortalitc :is to what he do the Oeriiiaiiri Interfered v, ili the iRiinbardment at Manila. Ca >-tain Cliicliestcr replied that only Dew-cy and knavr that. An Important Interview. Manila, July 13, Via Itung Kong, July IS. imp.') riant inlcrvicvv has j bwn held between General Aguin-altlo'a secretary, anil a prominent native, white man, and tlic Spanish commander. Captain Genera The insurgents' vea urscil Gcnenl to surrender the tity, averting thai insurficnts surrounded -and were able (o entrr It at any moment. The cayiaiii seneral's visitors advised him to disregard ofiicial advices, regarding the alleged Spanish victories In Cuba, re-en foreemen la tomitig to the Philippine i stands, and the rirojios-etl rucon filiation between tho Spaniards in the Philippines, under a ting, nad the joint endeavor lo persuade thp Americans to abam nn iictAiUtics in the Philippines. Final-y, the reprove ntarivcs of the insurgents proiwsed to appeal to the powers lo recognize the independence of ItiG Philippine islands. the captain general replied that he mutt fighl, liowcvor hopeless the Spanish cause. The natives inside tfie city sny (I cy receive ii a fortnisht :igfi a conccrtcil nlsniil to prepare for storming the walls. The second 'signal, fixing Ihe date of the assault, lias not yet been issued, anil they are tireil of waiting and arc losing faith in Aguinaido. The niter, U Is alleged, finds It cxtieine-ly difTiciilt lo capture :bc two fortifica-more strict blockade, lest it be inval -tlons. Admiral Dcwey is rslaMishlng a ilatetl by pcrmilting neulr.ils to v sit C'avitc ami Malabon, send and receive mails. cnclosiiiE siirfeptiUous Spanish es. lie Ii ns t h rcu tened to station warships oppo.sitc the city which might pretipitatc as the Spanish declare they wil corlainly fire on any American wilhit ranpe, regardless of Iho The .second inKtallraent of Amor cai (mops Is cspeclcd daily. Probab military opciations will be deferred nn til the September dry season, when j s cooler, and possibly Iiy then blooJ-slird will be Tho RiiaTiish steamer Kilipiiias IAS Just been brought here In the hands of the insurgents, it Rjniears she was. on (be northern coast and escaping to China with a native rrciv on board wlien (Tie fatfcr revolted, hilling ttic Spanisji oftlrcra and brought the vcs sel lo Cavltc. The Spaniards arc id., July KHroy was knockeit out o? the box iii the middle of Ihe fifth inning. The score: RII K Ilaltiniorc ...00003213 3 13 Chicago 0 3 0 00 0 0 0 0 3 7 6 Hatter For Italtinore, and Clarke: for ('hit-ago, ICiiroy Thornton an.l Chance. At n H E -Milwaukee -.00121000 7 1 Minneapolis ..01201100 8 2 Hal For Milwaukee, Barnes, and Sjiear; for Minneapolis, Wright and Dixnn. At H 11 J Indianapolls .'.10001000 0 f Kansas Cily 7 U.itt For Inrliaiiajitdis. Foreman and Kaliop; for Kaiijai Citj', i'ar-dee and Wilson, At mi 0 I 0 -J 0 0 3 0 H 0 St. Paul 30003010 S U j For Uetroil. Hahn am Wilson; for St. 1'aul, I'hvlc anil Spies Can it be True? Columbus, Ohio, July Tho thrcr games of with Kt. 1'aul to bo played nrre week have trar.jferred to DnbLirjno. It la titough that this mrnns the of the Columbus Western league team to THE SPANISH TROOPS GiiRntanimo Bay, 5 a. m., July Tho proMcm of notitying the Spanis i troops of the Fourth army coriis oul-siiie of those which composed tho ol Kantiago de Cuba, of tbe sur-lender of General Toral's forces is likely lo cause sonit trouble. The Span-anh at Cuuntanaino arc evidently tlill ignorant of the .surrender, and the Cubans under Ceiieral Perez have daily skirmishes wiih the dctentlcri of the town, who are apparently trying to break through the and Join the Spanish forces do Cnla. General Miles, whu larrircd lie re on ihc Yale this afternoon, days that General Tor.il will send to the different garrisons in the province notifying them of tha surrender. The SpanJurds in (Juanlanamo can be easily reached, nnrt they will tie ordered to come down the bay ami surrender. Those Inland, however, will be mote difficult lo with, and it will probably be some lime before all the Spanish troops arc notified. HOMK CfiRVERA C'hiTlrom ('ommiintrcr Ppf-ncl- Ilp.itAlof tir Iu America. Port Tampa, Fla.. .Inly IS.- A movement has been started to present Al-mlral Cc-rvera a hume on Tampa tony In recognition of his chivalric treatment of Ifobsoii ami his crew, am deslro to save him from insult and liopsible death shoiilrl he return to Spain. Atlanta, Ca., July John B. trnrdmi vns shown a Tampa dispatch regarding to CVr-vera of a home en Tauiii.i bav, at Ms residence In Kfrkwootl tonight. Tha general said: "If (Vrvcra wornl lk-s (o become an American citizen I am the.1 pouth ami whole ronntry would welcome such n brave and iion-crable GOES TO JACKSONVILLE Will -loin Sovcnlt, Am.y Corps Vndrr Omaha, The Tfi n iXebraEtka regiment of infantry n nil cr toininand o( Colonel Wm. J. Ilrjan lolt Ifito this afternoon for Jacksonville to join the Seventh army corps under Cicncr.il Cotuncl Hryan, staff and the Second biillallon o; the reylment starts! on Hurllnfilon road nnd will be trais-ferrcd to Ihe Illinois Central, reaeh-ns Nflhlivillo by M-ny of Ihs xafih-vllle, Chattanonsa ft St. I.onls. they will be Joined by Major McOlfn-with the Third bMlnllon, which left ovtr the HocV Island, and the HiUrtlluii uiKlci- LIoTitrnanl Colonel Vlfrjiialn, Kolns via St. Quiet at .Manila, Hnng Kons. July The ficrman Corbran. from Manllii. ,1uly 15 reports all quiet slic Irlt Uierp The insurfrenls'had not advanced an th? second American contingent not arrU-cd. It renortwl Ihnt Agnin aldo, the IniuirBtnt Icidtr, had an 1n tcrirJcw with Caplain-lfem-ral August! The result Is not men I Leaves. Omalu. July Colonel William J. Ilrjan and the Third Kcbras-kn iuffinlry, slarled for Jnchsonvlllc. KJa.. thl.? arierAoon, The colonel and staff go orer the IlurlinKlon road, and reach Clilcapo tonight. of Fever Cases, C'., July A I-vices from Santiago officially ihe entire number of fever, casca nt 300 or ess. The surgeon- ijeiier.'il considers tho situation less scriouj than he Men for Manila. San Francisco, Cal., July Fifteen Iiundrcil men representing the Kirsl Montnnii regiment, and 300 je-crulta for the First California, today went aboard tho transport Pennsylvania and expect U> for Slanllq tomorrow. T Y' s r'v i fllarkcl. Elgin, III., July Firm offerings, 127 lut-s. Sales, 30 lubs a 16tjc; 97 (ubs at 17c. Tho rjuotallon< committee raado the official price Sick from Santiago, Cincinnati, Ohio, July The sec ond JiosDlldl Irain .wilb   

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