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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1898, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Twenty Twenty LAXE SUNDAY JULY t PBECE FIVE C JL 2 He will be in Sight of the Landing Point this Likely to be a Lapse of a Day or Two tween Arrival and Notification that Landing Has been Some Parts of the Porto Rican Expedition Have baen from Tampa Did not Get Away Until Yesterday Brooke will not Clear Be fore Miless in fill probability is now in the Mona passage between Haiti Sncl Porto and will be in sight of the landing point in the While this is the expectation of Secretary Al for prudential reasons the War de partment declines to make any com ment as to the accuracy of the various guesses that have been made in the effort to ascertain just what point has been selected for the landing There is likely to be a lapse of a day or two between the arrival of the ex pedition and the notification of the fact to the unless some merchant vessel crossing to Thomas should sight the American After the department will be in the closest communication with for it will posses itself of a cable connecting Miless headquarters directly with the Some parts of the Porto Rico expedi tion have been delayed for a few days beyond the dates fixed for their de but in view of the difficulties of handling large bodies of and the supplies for this is not sur Thus troops got away only today from though it was believed they started yesterday while the most numerous detachment of the whole the First di under will not be able to clear from Newport News be fore Still it is believed that they will arrive at Porto Rico in good and it will certainly facilitate an orderly and comfortable landing of the troops to have them land in de tachments instead of in one vast as in the case of Shafters army at REPORT AS TO Doubt is cast upon reports of recent exciting events among the Cubans at or near Santiago owing to the failure of Shatter to make any report upon them and Inasmuch as he has made less Important subjects matter for it is hard to understand he should fail to mention an event of such importance as the reported at tack by Garcia upon Spanish troops on their way to surrender to There was no health report received from Shafter but so far from being discouraging this is believed to indicate the continuance of the Im proved conditions reported yesterday and the day before as to the health of the The War department is while keeping a close eye upon Miless looking with interest for detailed mail reports from Shaf telling of the engagement preced ing and leading up to the surrender of It was reported today thnt Astor of Shafters staff was due in bringing with him the full capitulation signed by the and it was expected that Shafters preceding reports would accompany up to the close of the which to the relief of the hardworked clerks was 3 oclock for the first time in many the officer did not and the department does not know where Some of the papers come from but to the great disappoint ment of the department the re ports closed on the day before the fa mous naval Some points of in terest contained in them will be given to the public in the course of a day or two but they will relate only to the several fights between the squadron and the shore CREATING RESERVE It is the purpose of the War depart ment to begin once the examination of the plans devised by Secretary Al ger for the creation of reserve camps and boards of staff officers arc now en gaged in various localities looking af ter suitable camp sites and making preliminary arrangements for acquir ing the right to use those and arranging for water The in tention is not to be caught through any contingency with large numbers of troops at central points in the midst of an epidemic of any with no place to remove It was for this reason that Fernan dina was selected some time ago as one of these reserve and within the two days the value of this polio has been amply as otherwise there would have been no suitable place to which to remove the troops from One of the reserve camps is likely to be located in the valley of the about forty miles above and will be very con venient for the reception of troops from Camp Alger in case it is deemed neces sary for the health of the soldiers to remove The State department completed the engrossment of the joint resolution adopted by Congress extending the thanks of that branch of the Govern ment to Admiral Dewey for his notable achievements in the These were transmitted the Navy depart whjch will forward them to the Admiral along with the degree of by th start out to receive the surrender of these The other dispatch from Shafter told of the death of three men of yellow feveitoday and the sarna number day before yesterday and announced also that there were 1500 soldiers sick with of whom 150 have genuine yellow have been taken by the authorities at Santiago to check the epidemic and a general shifting of the troops took place to get them from the infected Official announcement also came of the departure of five transports from Port Tampa for Porto second installment of this portion of the expe dition will leave tomorrow morning and overtake these on the high This expedition is under the command of Schwann com prises seventythree officers and 2832 enlisted They will probably reach the point of joining the other portions of the Porto Rican expeditionary next pos sibly Sailing a possible nine knots an hour it is expected they will cover the 1200 miles distance in six days at FEVER The War department authorities say the yellow fever situation among the as shown by tonights is less serious than they expected With men before Santiago the officials say that with the conditions considered the proportion of victims and of the sickis less than might have been Corbin said tonight that the men were largely af fected by exhaustion and over ex There is he one that is not infected arid for that reason none of the men from that command at Santiago will be taken on the Porto SAILED FBOltt Vff Lv V vACMJOMVfilk V V m Spaniards at Guantanamo Anxious to Lay Down X X X x X MAP SHOWING ROUTES THE AMERICAN TROOPS TAKE TO SAN War Mow Occupies but Finance Requisi SILVER UNITY Five Transports Get Away from the Florida Town for Porto War de partment tonight received the following from Port dated today Washington The transports Mil Flotildu and with Schwan and sailed between 30 and oclock with two liffht batteries from the Seventh one troop of Second two companies of Eleventh full regiment of Nineteenth infantry and two sections of the general pack The can easily overtake these cannot sai before 10 oclock tomorrow It will carry ten companies of the Eleventh about 600 pack the bri gade ambulance train ana Red Cross JOHN ROGERS BrigadierGeneral Senior Offi cer at Port CAVALRY TO THE Five Troops with Grahams Command Ordered to July order was received at Camp Alger today di recting that the five troops of cavalry stationed with Grahams com mand proceed to Porto Rico as rapidly as These troops are A and New York and B and Pennsylvania The order directs that they proceed to Newport News for embarkation and if transpor tation will permit go with Hainess The command will take their horses and will be fully Thirty clays rations for the men and ten days forage for horses with 500 rounds of ammunition for each man will be If impracticable to go with Hainess troops the command will go Into camp on arrival at Newport News and report the fact to head There are 530 men in all the i The order was but it took the men only one hour to get ready to It is expected that the troops i will reach Newport News about noon j At midnight the cavalry was as sembled at the railway station at Dunn Loring ajid the work of loading equip ments and supplies on the cars was hurried forward as rapidly as possible As expeditiously as the move was ac there was some delay and at oclock the trains had not SENATOR SHOUP Just Wow the People Dont Feel the j War but the Day of i Beckoning is I Demand for Silver in the Settlej rnent of the Big Issues of a Straight Gold United Silver Strength Must Op pose We Can ADVICES FROM THE Important advices from the front and f the departure of the troops for Porto reached the War department at late hour There were two dlapatches from One an nounced the practical acquiescence ta the surrender rftbe mainlng in that district Sagua and Sun Says Treaty with Fort Hall Indians is Sure to be TRIBUNE July George Shoup arrived in the city After the adjournment of Congress Sen I ator Shoup visited Tampa and re I with Torreys rough i in which are included the Shoup rangers of this Speaking of the treaty with the Fort Hall he said that the treaty surely will be ratified duringnext win ters session of and would be so settled in conference that it will be satisfactory to Indians and He was assured before leaving Wash ington that the Boise Federal building will be completed within a Senator as a member of the Military committee of the tried to have Idaho given another quota of tout as the State has already sent four times the number en titled to under the first besides part of a company of engineers the Shoup Declared Democratic July a result of recent primaries held in the Fourth Congressional Judge John Sheppard of Marlon county has been the executive committee to be the Democratic now represents the district and defeated for TRIBUNE July Frank who returned home this af ternoon from was seen this evening at his home 011 Twenty fifth by a Tribune representa The Senator is looking al though showingsomewhat the effects of the hard work attendant upon of the most exciting and important sessions of Congress held in the last thirtyfive In reply to a question as to whether he would talk on Senator Can non said that he had no hesitancy in expressing his views on State and Just at the very threshold of an important political in this State and in many States East and politics was a live subject and one that should be because the approaching campaign would be no less important than was the campaign of or than the campaign of 1900 would As an earnest and ardent supporter of bimet he believed the coming cam paign to be one the effects of which would be and one hav ing a decided influence on the cam paign of and for that reason the discussion of the political situation and the great issue before the people could not be EFFECT OF THE The ons central thought which is in the minds of bimetalists What effect will the present war have on the silver question and this question was asked the In reply he said Among the un thinking portion of the among those who wait to be pushed along with some popular and who do not reason out a situation for the war will undoubtedly draw atten tion and support away from bimetal Here in Utah there will be less trouble along that line than in many of the States further because the people of Utah do their own and are not thrown off their balance by any intervening questions that may arise from time to to the would obscure the main This war is not a war waged by the Republican nor by any par ty it is the war of the American peo and they are standing behind the Administration for the cause of hu manity and the success of the Amer ican The Republican party hap pened to be placed in power just at a critical when a most difficult sit uation presented itself but the Chief Executive of the Nation is doing the utmost in his power to do his duty by the American people and by his and in the endeavor he has the earnest and unswerving support of the American without regard to Thus the war is not an issue and cannot be an because while the Republican Executive is conduct ing he is so engaged be cause it was the will of the whole peo ple that war should be and the whole people are supporting the as they would support any Administration charged with the same high the close of the there may arise questions of public which may form the basis of a politi cal but these must be settled when they But if this country is to take to itself added glory of added territory and new then in that event the financial question becomes of still greater importance than ever for obvious SILVEK The present situation indeed looks forward to a time hear at hand when the question of remonetization of silver will become an almostImperative ne This war la being waged at an expense away beyond the mark of a million dollars per day climb insc up rapidly to the two million mark and if it should prove to1 be a long should complications which would extend the conflict beyond present at the close there would have been created an enormous war represented by bonds for the payment of which there is no provision When the Civil war the great war rlebt would have settled down upon the people with crushing but for the act of the Govern ment in issuing large amuunm o1 panyp thus easing the burden by means of an enlarged circulation me HOW EXPENSES ARE At the present time the burden of thewar is not felt by the Money is being paid out by the Gov ernment from bond and the extra internal revenue The increased Government has made a better and more active market for wool and and also for the food But when the war and the begin then to pay back the money thus and to feel the inevitable decline of be the when the will feel the burden and the need of more Then isthe time when the people the country will call for a bimetallic and the issue of 1S6 will still be the And it is the issue the only issue on which the people are the question whether this countrys financial system shall be built on gold alone or on the two money metals standing side by To the thinking the present war but emphasizes the importance of the financial question as a political is sue before the The issue this fall and in 1900 must of a necessity be this for the issue has been forced by the Republi can Never again while the Re publican party remains under its pres ent leadership can a good Republican say that he is a silver advocate politi for that has been denied REPUBLICANS FOR The League of Republican at its recent session in declared as strongly as it that it was un compromisingly in favor of the single gold standard and as if to make its position all the more went on in another paragraph to say that it was uncompromisingly against the free and unlimited coinage of did not put in the usual catchphrase unless by international That plastform was accepted by Repub lican leaders and there has been no word of dissent from it In the utterances of the league were inspired by the Republican lead ers in and these men now make bald to say that they and their party are for the single gold They even go so far as to admit that they carried the election of 1896 by a and that the plank the Republican party really meant the gold Now the Republican party having in this year forced the financial issue before the and having an nounced authoritatively that it is un compromisingly in favor of the single gold the only thing that the bimetalists can do is to array them selves against that Nothing else can be That party has made the gold monometalism bi and has espoused the for so that there can be no place in the Republican ranks for men who be lieve gold monometalism to the curse of our financial UNION What then is to be done Are the friends of silver to put a divided force to face the solid ranks of the mono metalists Such a course would be the height of It would be an absurd The money power has made an issue and has taken its To oppose that power with divided one party clamoring for one is another party for another would render bimetalists impotent and would make them the laughing stock of the Republican gold Without intending such a the Republi can party has so worked its plans that the only logical course for the oppon ents of the gold standard to pursue is that of If there is only one issue before the American and the Republican party has taken one side of that the only thing left for all the balance of the people to do is to unite on the other That is the only thing that can be and that course has been forced by the Re publican When the opposition has placed itself squarely upon an is the only thing left to do is for the balance of the people to unite on the other side of that issue and accept that gage of In cooperation of the silver forces is the only hope for HOW IT CAN BE Not that the Populist and Silver Republican organizations be but that each organiza tion remain and each the ally of the other in the great Here in Utah it is more important that this be done than in any other If the friends of silver here in the very heart of the West allow minor differ ences or the hope for spoils of office to divide what hope have we that the silver forces inthe East will combine in and how ask them to so combine when we our selves refuse There are already in Utah cooperation between the Silver Republican and the and the question now is the Dem ocratic party cooperate Up to the present time the Demo cratic party has felt strong enough in this State to elect its and the leaders consequently do or have not so desired In Wyoming the Democrats are not strong enough alone to carry the and they want This method of cooperation is on the Spoils of Office The demands of the pres ent are that spoils of office tae relegated to rear that the petty strifes of personal politics be all laid aside and forgotten in the grand struggle for which we all hold so Devotion to principle must rise above personal ambition and mere party ad vantage if the money power is to be In this year of 1898 we are but preparing for the great battle of and it is essential ir every way that the silver forces get The result in shows the absolute necessity Kor cooperation for if the silver forces cannot win when there can beno such thing as success for and the strug gle might as well be Here in I notice that the Herald is op posing but I believe the Democratic party will not commit the great mistake of refusingto join hands with the other silver advocates in this great I notice that every few clays the Herald has an editorial on how the fusion1 movement is and this leads me to believe that the idea of co operation is so strong among the Demo cratic rank and file that the leaders are afraid the people wil revolt from their rule and make cooperation a From every section the same informa tion that the people are wanting united action on the one great It is a poor argument to use that cooperation will destroy party organ for it will On the other if the Democratic party leaders refuse to join forces in the common the people who love principle will themselves leave the party that denies them the right to vote for a straight bimetallic and the shell of the party only would be If these peo ple could have the opportunity to vote for straight bimetalism in their own party they would stay within that and the as an organiza would come out of the campaign as strong as it is Who the1 men for office may be is not material where a principle is it is unpatriotic to trifle over candidates and the spoils of The time has come when the principle should be held dearer than if it is then the united money interest will secure such a power that it cannot be overthrown by the NOT A PERSONAL When asked if he were a candidate for the office of Senator Cannon said You may say this J have been before the people three times for their and each time I have been called to take up the campaign by the With me it is not question of Let the bimetallic forces get together and make a united campaign in this State for the only issue now being the American in the campaign let the people say whom they desire for that and the man they select will be their whoever he may The cause is greater than any man principle is far beyond any Let the people vote together for tha free coinage of silver as against Republican gold monometal and the question of who shall rep resent the people will take care of it It is not the time to discuss can The question to be discussed and decided is how to show the bime tallic forces of thiscojjitry the full bimetallic strength of and to send them good cheer for the battle of But it must be borne in mind that the Republican party has made the financial question the financial is sue of the year and has declared itself uncompromisingly for the single gold The mask is off and the battle If binujtalism is to win this year and in all the people who are opposed to the single gold standard must put a solid and united front to the That is the basis which the Republican party has made for the and it cannot be THIS FROarMADRlbT A French squadron Is reported to be cruising between the Canary islands and Admiral Italian Minister of Foreign and the Argentine Min ister to Senor Enrique have signed a general arbitration treaty be tween Italy and The British battleship Illustrious will I sail from Gibraltar for Tangier on day supposedly to represent Eng land at the gathering of warships occa sioned by the expected coming of the American squadron under Commodore OBITUARY Force in that City Numbers Six Thousand and are Very Short of will Have to Feed He is now Feeding at Santiago Six Thousand Well 16OOSickin and Expects 2OOO More in Says Entire Number of Prison ers will be up to July War de partment tonight received the follow ing from Shafter Headquarters Fifth Army Santiago de July ot engineers Spanish army has just ar rived from He heard from French Consul there that San tiago had surrendered and that they had been Not crediting he was sent here to verify the They will be very glad to accept terms of surrender very short of and I shall have to begin feeding them at He tells me there are 6000 men at that place Am now feeding 6000 well prisoners here and 1600 in Expect 2000 men in Will an officer tomorrow or next day with one of Torals to receive surrender of Guantanamo and then go to Sagua and Baracoa to receive surrender Think the number of prisoners will be fully up to the or MajorGeneral MESSAGES what this It has always oc curred and always That is and war would not be war without What a shame that grumblers at home are trying to anything to fclipse glory of that magnificent na matter what hardships the isoldiers The growlers are always those who stay at Sincerely RUSSELL Broad New LANDED Miss Barton Explains Why She Has not Been Heard July cablegram received today by Stephen Barton from Miss Clara Barton at Santiago explains why no messages have been received J from her since the 20th Her dis patch reads as follows Cables interrupted and my disI patches No telegram from you for eight State of Texas i left 22nd Lesser left yesterday on Concho for Newport Distribu tions Fifteen thousand fed yesterday and equal number fed Almost impossible to reach in Received no letter since July f I Lesser is on the way north on board the transport destined for Newport Whether or not Lessor is with him is Miss who arrived on the left Miss Barton on board the State of Texas a week ago last At that time Lesser and Sister Minnie were ill at the hospital near and while it was not believed that they had yel low it was thought wise that they should remain at the hospital be cause Shafter had appealed to Miss to keep the State of Texas from any danger of the vessel being relied on to furnish supplies for the field TAKES A ITo Difficulty Experienced in Getting Supplies to Key July boat which left here yes terday with dispatches for the block ading returned this bringing Rebalcava of Rojass division of the in surgent now operating In Matan zas left hera about a week ago on the with a small expedition carrying a quantity of food A landing was effected Cardenaa without On Thursday last the Mangrove captured the Spanish sloop Aguldita off Boca de fifteen miles from Cruz del The sloop carried a crew of four who at sight of the approaching gunboat leaped overboard and swam to the The cargo consisted of dye a small lot of food supplies and in Spanish She will be brought here by the Uncas Soldiers Moving to San Juiy Third Washington con sisting of 425 enlisted men and seven teen under command of arrived here from Van couver barracks today and left tonight for San INDEX AND President Enjoys a Short Trip Down the July Mc Kinley this afternoon took a brief re spite from his arduous labors of the past few months accompanied by a distinguished party of enjoyed a trip down the Poto Accompanied by McKinley and and Plunkett of North he drove to the navy yard at There the party was met by Secretaries Wil son and Gage and Miss Long and Miss Gary and Justice and Miss They boarded the naval tug Triton and steamed down the river as far as Fort returning1 at The j party was then entertained at dinner i by Norton and later inj spected the bigordnance CRITICISMS Charles AdjutantGeneral I of the Nevada National died at I the German San as the result of a He Jwaaa native of New aged 63 Secretary Alger Writes a Letter the July have been a good many criticisms of the con duct of the staff departments of the army during this and most of them have been based on insufficient Prominent among these was one made by very prominent New York charging the commissary department with gross This was to the attention of Secre tary Alger by his personal i and because of the prominence 1 of the the Secretary felt called upon to make the following response My Dear Lieutenant whoever he referred to in the article of yesterday which you sent was no doubt simply writing showing the hardships that our men endured during the campaign which re sulted in the fall of I have no that he wrote in a complaining but simply as a statement of facts as they He knew that there were ample rations aboard the He Tinew the impossibility of getting them to the command more rapidly they were He knew the necessity of remaining in line of battle and attack to as early a termination as He knew that everything was being done that could be But this sympathetic old gen tleman Is writing in a way to spread dissatisfaction among our peo I pie at home In mSsrepre j sent the LieutenantColonel he jrefers and casting unjust reflection upon the commissarygeneral than whom a better and and faithful mani never Ailed the is unpatri and nothing about army Ills in war You and X know i i v PAGE SENATOR CANNON MILES NEARING PORTO ARE GLAD TO SURRENDER PAGE 2 JACK WATSON PAGE 3 AMERICANS GOOD GARCIAS ARMY NIPIS HARBOR THAT GARCIA PAGE t is NOT SO GOLD CLAUSE PAGE FOR THE BUMMER CHARGED WITH WANT HOLMES TO PAGE WON BIG ON GRISTLE BEATS PAGE JOHN BECKS MOUNTAIN AND STATE PAGE WRAY BLACK PAGE DESERET GOU5 COINAOHL PAGE PAGE THE SCRUMPTKHJS PAGE PAGE POINTS OF CURREJKT PAGE DRAMA AND PAGE IB CONTEST OVER A PAGE BENEFIT OF PARK CAVALRY AT THE FEELING IN PAGE ELLEN OSBORNS PAGE LITERARY QUESTIONS AND PAGE FAMOUS TORPEDO PAGE THE LIGHT OF CITY AS SUMMER CANOE GIRLS AND LOCAL Real estate Ore and bullion John Beck that he has no sonal City refunding bonds will contain law ful money Amel aged drowned ia reservoir at Wray Black killed on Hoys ranch m Wyomingby Farnsworth charged by the Ne vada company with defrauding Alexander convicted at Kanab of murder in the second kill ing Franciso sentenced to ten years in State TELEGRAPH Miles arrives this morning at landing place in Porto Ripo agreed Harbor of northeast coaat of captured by American Spanish gunboat Spaniards at MOO inaum will gtve up their to The garrison glai to It is said alleged letter aMMMfdlby Garcia to written by and that Reports of the engagement with Cir vera detailed Kboard show remarkable ffunnMy bjr 4 t s Garcias army to by Spaniards ww tiago toBurreiwlerv In a shootini Jack tner   

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