Second Manila Expedition
San Francisco, May su.- Tne jnronIcle says that it has authentic information regarding the movement of troops to Manila, írom an offlcer in close touch with the leaders of the expedition soon to sail. He is quoted as saying: "The next expedition will not leave bo early as Thursday, but it will start within the next fen days. Not a regiment is yet prepared to go, and not one of them will go until it is prepared. The men have no suits yet for the tropical climate. They will have to be furnished. There is nearly enough on hand in the quartermaster's department, but other things may be wanted. Bverything possible will be done for the prevention and cure of disease, so that the men may be able to go aboard ship within ten days henee in the best of health for the long voyage."
Ann Arbor Argus