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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 27 July 1898

uutei THS GKZeTTE Published evoiy Wednesday by 7 V HABERMACHER sunsciuiTioN rates Ono Ycai postpaid 100 Tutored at the Shluor Texas Post ollluo os seoondelass inattei BHINER TEX WED JULY 271898 Admiral Dewey is having things his nay at Manila in spite of the lueddlcwme Germane Ouu total losses iu the fighting befoie Santiago were 1593 Of this number 230 weic killed Ok iisai Leonard Wood of tho Hough Ridcis has been appointed military governor of Santiago Tiik American tioops aro closing in on Manila and an attack on tho city may be expected at any time Evpniritt William of Germany has lost all respect for the Spaniards bocuibo they cant shoot straight TiiEiu is 1 gieat deal of malaiial and dengue fever among our troops nt Santiago but very few fatalities Tin second Ameiican expedi tion has leached Manila and news of the c tpture of the city is hourly AtoThai Sampson thinks tho two Spanish cruisers Maria Teiesa and Roina Meicedes can be raised and tdved Il has been definitely deciJed...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 27 July 1898

k r H < If3 f k < m w 01TY DlltliOTOKY Mayor Robt L Eaolionburg TroaBurcr Louis Wagoner Secretary Ed J Muir AinnioiEN Louis Wngener Ed P Wolters J II Ilnebncr Ed J Merrem C B Welhausen Tlio City Council moots on tho first Monday in every month NEW TIME TABLE n Effect Thursday May 36 1898 IOOKIIAUT IltlANCIf Train No 45 arrives from Lock hart at 1230 p in Train No 10 arrives from Yoa kum tit 315 p m waco niUNen Train No 41 arrives from Waco ut i57 p 111 Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum nt 1221 p 111 I SHINER aAZETTE COUPON Jj W UNCLE SAMS NAVV jjj ill kjc fc ft Cut out this coupon and eendjjj Jor bring it to us with 10c Midi ibtaiu Portfolio No 8 of tliefr hNn tfks aval Series LOCAL NEWS Advertise your wants in Gazette J tho New Honey at A B Jumideck nutCos Go to G E Ruhmanns for your fruit cans Ono dollar Straw Hats at 25cts each at Fiatos Mr L M Kokernot was in town last Thursday on busineis Wetmorcs Cake Icing for bale at A B JuNaBEcKcn Cos Subecribo for the Gazkttk and secu...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 27 July 1898

ALL ABOUT Calle street Fuerte fort Aduana custom house Embarcadero wharf Clmenterlo nuevo new cemetery Cl menterlo vlejo old cemetery Camlno road Cuartel barracks Torre tower Aillo asylum Baja low Alta high Iglesla church Fabrics factory 1 barracks of Ilelna Mercedes 2 market place Z Iglesla de Dolores Church of The Ancient Cuban Capitol That Has Been Surrendered to the Victorious Troops of the United States The Olty of Santiago surrendered to General William It Shatter Is tha old est town in the western hemisphere with the exception of Baracoa which is also in Cuba The limits of San Itlago inclose an area ot two square miles Tha city Is about a mile wide land two miles In length from the shore of the bay to the eastern limit The town is situated at the eastern end of tho grand bay of Santiago Br water Santiago Is seven miles from the coast but owing to a peculiar curve in the outline ot the bay It is much nearer by tho overland route In 1888 the population ot the city was esti mate...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 27 July 1898

VV rv f i tip ft h I i llnles to fht tMU rarty Convention Austin July 7 1808 The Houston ami Texas Central full fond will make rates ns follows From stations where one way rate to Austin Is less tlum J230 found trip rate will be one nd onethird fare From uta tlona wliere one way rate to Austin Is mare than 223 and less than 105 rate will bo 300 From stations where one Way rate to Austin fs 303 and less than 000 rate will be one ttwe Fiom stations where one way rato Is over 300 rate wJll be 500 Tickets to be sold July 20th and 27th and limited to July illst ifor return Tho Houston and Texas Central rail road will mako rates to Galveston ac count State Democratic Convention as follows From stations where one way rato to Galveston Is Hess than 230 round trip rate will Ire one and one third fare From Stations where one way rate to Galveston is more than 223 and less limn 3X > 3 rnte will be 300 From stations where one way rate to Galveston Is 303 and lens than 500 rate will Tjo one f...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 27 July 1898

ii 5 1lFV r A Story of tlie Battlefield of Chlckn mauga On ii stormy night in November about tltu ycur 1j25 an etniginnt liuiu North Curoliiiu on Ins ny to luuueiHeu cam pud ut tin Indian Milage m North Geoigiu liear uliuio llie famous battle ut Chieka iimuga was iought in 1803 on tho giound now constituting the Chick itiuiugii Ghattanoogo National Mil iarv Iurk lii this omiguints family was n girl just uppioaching womanhood iJuruig the night this girl was attacked with violent pains An o d squaw saw the girlH suffering detcced tho cause retired to her vigwiim und selecting somo herbs in ide ti tea which was given to tho mtlurer Uelief from pain follow ed und tho gills menses appeared u the first time Tho giatoful mother of the girl begged ot tliu Kiutiwr a quantity of tho herbs and among tlieui found some seeds winch she planted at her new homo in Tennessee These herbs were raised by this iamily and their descendants from year to year for several generations and gained a local repu...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 3 August 1898

Real Estate Dealer and IBuy Your Groceries DKAInil IN Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Gonuine Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar Fence Posts ouggy paints and brushes Slxixier Tercets asm am = A OAIlNBa aVEanager SALQO PALACE P STUERKE Propriotor dealer in jflie wines liquors and 3IGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS 0 L 1 Se SKere rThTfannel DRUGS Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines lb jl 9 Prescriptions a Specialty J H HUBBHER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine wines Liquors Beer and OIGrARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE SHINER TEXAS DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines Alwavs in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TeXKS CITYBARBER SHOP 4fc A C K015PKIS Vroiir Grootl Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair ratting 26o Shaving 15o Shampoo 26o Seafoam lOo Sliiner Texas JMft Siy AuMjtW Hj VOL 6 SHINER LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY MOENING AUG 3 1898 tho ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 3 August 1898

WAS THE GOMORRAH OF THE f EST I Fort Royal Erased From the Earth By an1 Act of che Almighty > Kingston Jammed Correspondence Beneath the blue waters of tho har bor of this quaint old town lies burled a city which was once the seat or wealth and profligacy and all their at tendant train of evils In one awful moment the earth gapedthe seas open ed to receive the palaces of licentious jieGB and closed abo e them and 3000 luckless mortals Today when tho waters of the bay nro still and shining In the tropical sun the sailors may lean over the sides of their skiffs and ipeorlng down through the azure depths eeo the fishes swimming In and out of the arches of the old cathedral the sharks moving lazily among the great palaces and the sea moss twining around tho windows through which the music and song of the revelers were drifting when the fearful visita tion came and wiped the city from the lace of the earth Two hundred years liave passed since that June day when Port Royal disappeared ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 3 August 1898

it Gen Miles can now get sea water for his porcelain Inthtub Chivalry Timt good old nga whuu people actually married for Ioc Sheep thilve licit In a ruiRtuie where moles mo munoiouu The moloholes servo to drain tho land Units Catarrti Guro Is take Internally Price 75c Its pasy for llie mail ttho has no credit to Keep out < o debt tleyers PrlckleyHeat PowJer Is perfectly harmless can bo uset on the youngest child At all druggists 23 cents a box Hackvtliter A sortOf literary huck ster YELLOW Our Native Herbs THE OnCAT Blood Purifier Kidney and Liver Regulator 200 DAYS TREATMENT 100 Containing a Registered Guarantee Br mall potHgo paid Sipige Hook and Testimonials 1 Klr bold only b > AKetitafor THE aLOHZO DBLISS C0Wash1ngtonDC EDUCATIONAL THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME NOTRU DAnC INDIANA FULL COLttSBS IN Classics Letters Science Law Civil JHechanlcol and Lleclrlcal line ncerlnff 1 horough Preparatory and Commercial Courses kconis Tree to all Students who liavo com pleted the studie...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 3 August 1898

TH6 GKZeTTE 1 ubllsluHl cvoiv Wednesday by J HABERMACHER t fit HirTION KATES i Uu postpaid 100 ntcioilit tlioShtnoi Texas 1ost mm a secondclass mutter 31INEK TEX WED AUG 31898 00 cases of fever me reported at mntiago Tun price of cotton is still Kwinging aiound the fivecent iiiiik Tub Philippines are still the 1 < imtty problem in tho pence nego tiations Lir us have peace is Ameri cans no havo no desiio to triumph oer a fallen foe Tun southern part of Porto Rico is said to he a beautiful and pro i peious country Yjub weekly honn paper at 100 a year is even cheaper than cotton at 5c a pound The Texas railroad commission l tiles that tho express companies mus pay the war tax > < > General MniuitT arrived at Manila on July 25 and will at onco assume command The Spanish Dons after being thoroughly trounced by the Amcii can pigs aio crying for mercy Duns tudo report slates that business for July exceeds all pre vious records for tho samo month One woe doth tread upon anothers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 3 August 1898

4 V N CITY JJIttLGTOltV Mayor Robt L Eschenburg Troasui or Louis Wagcner Hccretiry Ed J Mair AtDEUMEN Louis Wagoner Ed F Woltors J II Huobner Ed J Merrem C B WolhauHon The City Council meets on tho fli t Monday in ovcrymonth NHW TIME TABLE n Effect Thursday May 26 1898 LOCKHAlir IIBA CII Tiain No 45 ariives Iroin Loclc hat tat 1230 p m Train No16 anivesfiom Yoa kuin at 315 p m WACO nilASCIt Train No 41 arrives from Waco at 117 p m Tram No 12 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p m M SHINER dAZETTE COUPON M UNCLE SAMS NAVY I ifl Cut out this coupon and sondi jflor bring it to us with 10c andiji iijnbtnin Portfolio No 9 of theft MNaval Series Mease Take Notice Advortiscrs and correspondents nio earnestly requested to have their favors in this ollico by noon of Monday in order to insure their insertion in Wednesdays paper A msh of work on Tuesday is beyond tho ability of the Gazetie foice to handle as tho paper goes to press Tuesday evening LOCAL NEWS Adveitise Gazette your wants in the Now Ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 3 August 1898

I J J nf IT V ftgspy 1 tfvi THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C Uaxikrmacheu Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION HAVES One Year postpaid f 1 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcitofflce us second class mall matter MONEY IN SQUAD RAI8INQ How They Are Traduced la Michigan for the Eastern Market From the Chicago Inter Ocean Toe only squab farm In Michigan 1b lo jcated about three mites south ot Orand iHaven Squabs are youngdoves or pigeons nnd aro esteemed great deli cacies In epicurean and midnight luncheon circles There are several large squab farms In tho East and one near Toledo but the only one In Michigan so far as known Is at Grand Haven and It Is conducted by IF J Eernreuthcr He was for several years floorwalker In a large dry goods store His health failed and five years ago he took up squnbralslng It wa3 originally a side Issue to his floor walking but ho now devotes most of his attention to It His farm com prises about ten acres of land but only a small portion of this Is given ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 3 August 1898

W i DASTARDLY WORK SPANIARDS TnYINO TO LEAVE PORTO RICO IN RUINS Horrlblo Qulrigrn i Women ittut Chil dren Afraid to Stand llororo tho American TroopThoy Aro WrciikliiR Vengeance on tho Ioor Unarmed Native Ponce Porto nlco Friday Dispatch to St Thomas 1 W I August 1 Tho Spanish troops foimoily station cil In tlih part of Porto Klco nro rapid R ly retreating to tho Interior leaving behind them a path of burning plantsi ttons and desolated villages SjSjjL Poito Itlcan lefugees who aro coin Jv Ing Into Pouco In great numbers report W that unparralleled outiages have been peipetrnted by the Spanish soldleis In > tho villages of Juan Diaz Coamo and f AJuntas With the ingo over tho Ameilein f v Invasion the Spanlnrds are reported to k be wreaking vengeance upon the Inof tensive noneoinliatnnts tiling their houses and maltreating tho women and chlldien Some of the acts of brutality leported ben yesterday are shocking beyond description The steady stream of tciror stlekeu refugees that b...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 3 August 1898

Ben Kings Poetry Ben King tho Chicago genius who riled lectmtly was tho author it one or two poems which lmve luen going tho rounds for a year or two Ono of thorn reads IF I SHOULD DIG TOMOHT It I should die tonight And you should eomo to my cold coipso and any Wiepliiff and heartsick oci my llfo lets tiny If I should die tonlgnt < nd you should come In deepest grief and woo And 3 y Heros that 1000 that I uni I mUlit ailso in my laigo white ciavat And say Whats that If I should die to nlght And you should come to my cold corpse and kneel Hasping my bier to show tho gtlef > ou leel I say If I should die tonight And j on should como to mo and thete and then Just hint about payln me that ten I might arise tho vhllo 13ttt Id diop dead again BITS OF FUN Tom Upiz at Cadiz Whats Ihut collection of yawls and cat boats off there Minister of Ma line Sshl Thats our new Ca diz ileet Tom I tnuH admit that I have been quite attentivo to both gins but of course I cant marry Ihnm both Dick ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 August 1898

SS t jT VOL 6 v < f5M nryft DEALER IN LUMBER Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Gonuino Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar Fcnco Posts ouggy paints and brushcB Sliiner Texas Qrooeries AT THE GHEHP mv ff pp p NER COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP i tfsasaa S A OARNES Manager DEALER IN P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wines liquors and CIGARS DRUGS STATIONERY Perlumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty BISMHRK SHL00N HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE rop Beer and SHINER TEXAS DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines Always in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER T6XKS 4J CITY BARBER SHOP 4 A O KOEPKB l ropr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair cutting 26o Shaving 16c Shampoo 25o Beafoam lOo Shiner Texas Lumber LOCAL NEWS Edward Schullze atuUM Rich tor went to SchulenbufgJMorlday to see Mr B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 August 1898

A CHRISTIAN FIGIITEB COMBINATION WORKS WELL IN CASE OF CAPTAIN PHILIP A Confession of ralth After n Ilflttlo llo Hujs I Delicto In God Drove A fray tho Hoodoo for the lldttle sulp Texas Special Letter iMJ > was when the roar of battle was associated by com mon understanding with more or less profanity when particularly a nav al fight could hard u ly bo thought of without much ex pletlvo expressed ° In decent prints by dashes The Idea of a Gustavus Adol phus Invoking blessing from above In front of his regiments before opening battle or of tho roundheads of tho Cromwclllan age so well delineated by Walter Scott had always something strange In It Tho admonition to trust to God was generally associat ed with tho mundane advice and keep your powder dry as Col Dlacker ad vised his ooys In short fighting both by sea and land has been coupled more with his satanlo majesty than villi anybody else The God of bat tics usually camo In for His share bo fore the fray to assure His assistance ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 August 1898

fch fA tHkMai0mMmtoMT mmmmmKamKmmmmmm ltmd the AttvertUvmiMita Ton will cujoy this publication much better If you will get Into the bablt of rending the advertisements they will afford a most Interesting study and will put you In the way of getting some excellent bargain Our adver tisers arc reliable they send what tuey idvertlsc The latest Idol shattered by tho icon oclast of sclonco Is the keenness of vision of the red Indian It Is ascer tained by practical testa that he can Bee no farther and no more distinctly than the average white man but his manner of llfo has made blm more ob servant of things about him and more quick and sure in drawing conclusions from what he sees That is all A whlto man trained In the same way would possess in an equal degree the same desirable qualities For n perfect complexion and a clenr healthy Jkln use COHMO liUTTEUSIILK SOAP Sold everywhere The alcalde of Yauco seems to be la boring under the delusion that lie lias Annexed tbe United States Forllcl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 August 1898

r THS GKZ6TTE Published ovorv Wednesday by J C IIABERMACHER sUDScnirnoN katfs Ono Yoai postpaid 100 ntored at tio Shlnor Texas Post office as secondclans matter BHINEH TEX WED AUG 17 i898 THE STATE TICKET Foi Governor JOSEPH D SAYERS Foi Lieutenant Goeinor JAMES N BROWNING For Attorney General THOMAS S SMITH For Land Commissions GEORGE W FINGER For Treasurei JOHN S BOBBINS For Comptroller It V FIN LEY For Superintendent of Public In struction J S KENDALL For Railioad Commissioner ALLISON MAYFIELD For Associate Justice of tho Su picme Court THOMAS J BROWN tTov rX3JA g yagof th o Court of Criminal Appeals M MBROOKS HONOR ROLL GUS HUFF WM OGSTON AUG STEIHAN JOE KOENNING WM IIILLMER A MOELLER Jotjn H Rbaoan of Texas is in favor of retaining the Philippines GimraIj Gaucias troops have been diSbnndcd for a nlonlh and aie straggling into Santiago f TjiEitn has been fighting in Cuba foito Rico and possibly at Manilijifnco tho peace protocol haB been feigned Tin w ar between Spain and the Un...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 August 1898

l V SOv ftp jts T iu tmauavM Hi < HkmHMttSi CITY JIltCTOKY Mayor Robt L Eschenburg Treasurer Louis Wagener Secietary Ed J Mair AIiDICRMCN Louis Wngenor Ed F Woltcrs J H Ilnubner Ed J Merrem C B Welhalifien Tbo City Council meets on tho first Monday in eery month SHlNUIi OAZETTE COUPON UNCLE SAMS NAVY Cut out this coupon and send1 fclor bring it to us with 10c nndftj obtain Portfolio No 11 of tliofli Naval Series LOCAL NEWS Advertise Gazette your wants in tho New Honey at A euCos B JUNQDECK Go to Q E Ruhmanna for your fruit cans Strango to relate Hallotsville has had a bacon famine Wetmoros Cake Icing for sale at A B JlINOBCCKKR CoS Subscribo for tho Gazette and secure tho naval war portfolio Coco Cola and ice cold Soda Water at A B JuNanEOKEii Cos Miss Mattie Fitzgerald of Gon zales is visiting Miss Littlefield at Big Hill The fiveyearold child of Ferdi nand Gerlolf died last Thuisday of diptheria Mr L M Kokernot was in town last Friday moving about among his friends The boll wor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 August 1898

X THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C 11iiuimaciiiii Editor and Tub SUBSCKIPTION ItAVESi Ons Vcar pj tpald f 1 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcitolflce fts second class mall matter THE AILTBRNATINa CURRENT Itl Action on the Mimle Moro Intoiise Tlian tlio Continuous Somo German experiments conducted to ascertain the ettects of alternntlng currents on the human body were made os follows Two metallic conductors of opposite polarity were held one In each hand With the hands damp and effectlvo electromotive forco of thirty volts at fifty alternations per second tha whole arm seemed paralyzed extended It could nct bo flexed and flexed It could cot be strengthened At the came time the pain was so severe It could not be borne for more than flvo of six seconds and It was with difficulty that the hands could be detached from the electreJcs When tho voltage was ralscl to fifty volts complete fixation occurred that Is tho hrnds colild not lie withdrawn by voluntary effoit and the pain ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 August 1898

u 1 It 4 I BATTLE AT COAMO TROOPS HAVE A HOT FIGHT WITH SPANISH Artlllrry Wis Unpd Willi KITect Tlio Iln amiOreiijilnl n toaltlon ot Orcit > t llrnl Strength TlieSrirlng Wm Arcu ratcSniinUli Wero Itolnforccil Conmo Porto Rico Friday via St tfUonus D AV I AllguV 15 Tho rt I today to h ioy Albonltn mid to empty the rltlj pK tlio batteries on the heights biforj Batteries In command of Cintnlli Potfs ami Major Lancaster opened on the Piipmjs guns at MoO yards lango silencing them four thres Two gnus under Lieutenant O V Htlnes ad vanced lo within 1000 yirW vi I en gaged the llflj lilts mil tin block house The AimIuii tire wis nc cmate and effective Tlio enemy n ver succeeded n gettnj our mnge ther shells fell nmoiii the lutantry on tlio hills and In the woods General WINnn nis sntNtled lint not ceitalu that the enemys inos ton wis shaken Lieutenant ITnlnes was shot in the back after he had glvn the older to cease 111 In j Ills wound N eiloiB Coipoml Swiinsou ot Company L Third Infant...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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