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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 18 June 1898

_.iz _ a + --- a s EALLWEN N4 all the pair. andsibdessfrcm which ,women suffer Is cauced by weanPMss or dorangement n1 the o:gsfs of menstruation. Nearly always when a woman is not well these organs are afiected. But when they are strong and healthy a womma is very seldom sick. Is nature's provision for the regtu lation of the monstrual furct!on. It cures all " female troubles." It is equally effective for the girl in her teens, the young wife with do miestic and maternal cares, and the 'wo.fln approaching the period aown as t!he " Change of Life.' 'They 11 need it. They a:e ll benefitted by It. --- For advice in cases :it.treg speelsl ctfons. a dre ss, ng nyrn)mtorms the 'l.idies' Advicory Deportment," The Chat+anooa Mcdclio Co.,, Chatta aoo., Tlenn. ThOS. I. COOPER, Tupelo, Mss., satic " MIly cister euftered from very Irregular ndi llnfdl mnastruatin and doctors c-lit relelte hcr. Wine of Cardul etnlrelcu'ed her tad also helped W ro melbcr tt;aqlb the Changs of Ll." -------- [...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 18 June 1898

BERRYING. My Love went berrying Where brooks were merrying, And wild wings ferrying Ileav'n's amethyst; The wild flowers blessed her, My dearest Hester The winds earessoe her, The sunbeams kissed. I followed, carrying Her basket; varying Fond hopes of marrying With hopes denied ; Iloth late and .early She deemed me surly, So bowed her curly Fair head and sighed. "The skies look lowory It will be showery; No longer flowcry The way I find. No use in going! 'Twl soon be snowing If you keep growing Much more unkind." She said it tearfully; And I, all fearfully, Replied, "Right here fully Will I explain: I love you dearly, Yet look not cheerly When all says clearly I love in vain." Then smiled she graciously b Spoke out vivaciousfy; So I audaciously Did then decide. And, drawing tow'rd her, I there implored her I, who adored her To be my bride. Ah, sweet simplicity, Charming rusticity, Without duplicity, Whom love made know In wooed and wooer, No world is truer, And hrries-fewer Than ki...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 18 June 1898

never makes truth; ne only m Oer Coast Be effectuaIly Bleokadedq fUonfidence can be felt in the opinion oc and naval officers in high places ai t o goernment, such s the vast e ox 5t ors go coast to blockade it effectual utt oour navy and sea coast defenses veIero de, ute resistance, seems to be bfe. eWrhen a blockade of the bowels lieve constipation with Hostetter's ',Bitters, whicn conquers dys epsia, rheumatism and kidney trou le. .iy si good-bye is one thing over which it women make a great adieu. Life Isn't Worth Living to who suffers the maddening agony of hetter and such irritating, Itching isTtrses Every r oughness of the skin _as " l chap to Tetter and Rlngworm lot loogstan ding is completely, quickly Sc dreb by Tettorino. Is comfort 0 cents to you? That's the price of at drug stores, or by mail for price "-as from J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, unact of congressin 1812 abolished flog fgifthe navy. Criofula Swellings oealth Was Very Poor But Hood's Sarsaparilla Has Cured Her...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 18 June 1898

PIE E FIGHT ON LAND. MARINES HAVE A DESPERATE ENCOUNT. ",. ER WITH THE SPANIARDS, Four Killed and One Wounded on the American Side...The Nerve and Steadi. ness of the American Soldier of Yore Evinced Again. W. Huntington's battalion of marines, which landed from the transport Pan ther on Friday and encamped on the bill guarding the abandoned cable sta tion at the entrance to the outer harbor of Guantanamo has been engaged in beating off an attack by Spanish guer rillas andl Spanish regulars since 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The fight ing was almost continuous for thirteen hours until 6 o'clock Sunday morning when reinforcements were landed from the Marblehead. Four Americans were killed and one wounded. The killed are Assistant Surgeon John Blair Gibbs, Richmond, Va.; Sergeant Charles H. Smith, of Small. wood; Private William Dunphy, of Gloucester, Mass,, and Private James MoColgan, Stoneham, Mass. Corporal Glass was accidentally wounded in the head. The Spanish loss is unknown, b...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 June 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliolana and School Board. . W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISYILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1898. . VOL. VII.--NO 2 ... 1 eg~. , iob an8lo mT imNISIW |YS netCAN PA1IH ibm •~TRBP mIN |mum 1838 •V L ......N aPafiirnnIý Qtarb5 luad J. Powell, John H. Stone, t Franois'lvlle Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, Attorneys - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorney - at - Law, Will practice in the conrts of the 13th and 14th judicial districts.- Dur iug vacation, will meet clients at the l;rton Hlouse in Bayou Sara whenever rreqtsto 1. poi: Coupeo Postoffce, La W. RICHARDS PERCY, Attornoy.at-Law & Notary Publio, rST. 'R.ANCISVILLE, LA. Will practice in thet 13th Judicial District, 4th Circuit; Supreme and Federal Courts. Oflico in Bank Build. Ins. * ROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - Law, ST. rANCxIr8rLaL, LA. Office near court house. Will prat. lice in the 13th Judicial and Federal Cfourts. , DR. A. F. ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 June 1898

1-: TRHE - DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at T. FRANOISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Providence is on the side of the eaviest battalions, and President Mc Sinley is wise to call for plenty of olunteers at the beginning, observes e New York Tribune. The pastor of a Christian church at anford, Cal., has been "grubstaked" three friends for a two years' so urn in Alaska, and the congregation ees to care for his family during is absence, on condition that if he trikes it "rich" he will pay off the aurch debt. The Italian minister of instruction as issued a circular to the directors of chools, in which he complains that struction in domestic duties is too auch neglected in the schools for Is, the instruction imparted being3 lanned, seemingly, with special ref rence to the few who want to become achers. The Iowa state board of health has ecommended that cities and towns of e state prohibit the riding of bicy lee on the streets with handle-bars ore than four inches lower than the ddle, and. that wheelmen ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 June 1898

SONG. sime may steal the'dewy bloom He can never raise the bar Of all our summer roses; To that inner garden; 3e can never bring to doom He can never hope to mar gearts where love reposes. Hearts where love is warden. Ile may shower us with dole, Therefore let us not deplore He may rack the bosom ; Any stress of weather, $e can never from the soul But, securing fast the door, Shake one tender blossom. Laugh at him together. - Chicago Record. THiE f-ONST-fR; OR, AN INTERNATIONAL MATCH. Thomas P. Corbins lives a mile or two out of Hartford,on rising ground, above a pretty tributary of the Con necticut He is an excellent fellow, ead though his establishment is on a simple scale, because he happens to prefer it, he has made his pile. His wife is dead, and he has only one child, a pretty daughter. At present Dorothy was acting as cook, her cook in a fit of wrath having taken French leave and her waitress having her hands full caring for the house. It was a warm summer afternoon, end Doro...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 June 1898

T~lE TIJTE DEM(){>5~\7AT. fl \'I' 1~I)A Y1 UN iN 25 1:;;. Bert !;+.uµý byrup. 'L (/u'1; . ULc : r tar '·. 13 AiPs bt y ýC'rd'M:IY_"7//Y''a -?' t' :I ý`. ýr"tM:I _'L!Y ·Lu nl' Yl-Y1:itl'- 1." Iii e\ .a y I SI Luce, the C(b'ii b'IS j)I'· ( a good 11gh tors. X ar. 1ite U`l-`~ iiLt, 1;11!1 of tiae Y;Lv i will niot lie 11ii;:1cC'edl Oil 'A as;c:katde ol [Liv~aiia at theo f'rwi t, a~nd lo;ivri:g tl",e coaist (Ipal il I'm' ~i 'e;ira, wil ciee supitalic: fo1r tile ciry laiyV! colnc i1, ,Rn(! (A'il :t thieaa Ii("al . I 'onple tint P11 "wl~if.a :1;lasne, "t. iluri,' 1g ""t lie p'eiril oft!ie peilcofttl siege. It r1..4 ea1.tel t!tat tile s e i. i f;lilge (e * 1o.io u is Io plO 1 jfiI t':I b:1 .ý lie kIioj.Vs too imlhi couicoruja Iii'! -f tOrt : llftiunt (,f Stariaisgo. it these tlsrtifieatiouis have beei dlesti'ory by theo Americira vessels, a t the ',},ily press hILS boon le'l)ie'ti ai 1,1 wVeeks, thnii Hoibson als uaothi :eg to 'l'he cliiirlishuIeas w hiOlc C(Jervye HOw displlays leldS On...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 June 1898

4jj~1I~~~ ["0MO RAT. A~ - - flfW-C5 Re iar~sRceived From Dr. M USr~s 11 the. UR - N , .. I 4 ý c''g$gAE¶I! tISlABE is cur.'.blo. It is niot sagrprlsir'g that all easee ar noe JRcured, bineC4 110 pity:'e1f !I f nud ýsiieat spc7llstudy fura quar~ of a < tUY as Pr. Iiles h dc, .e. the follo, - ,%gribate from a physldan will be read ',0f crest. "I+or nix yea i~s prior to takltigý mss' New Heart Cure iy ~ifc wIas a t~i~r~rfro~ hert dsuae. he Is bnlre rciid a hatconstaut flutter ,. in; of the heart and severe palflttatiofl and pale to the left side. liie tun : three bottles Scf Dr. 91:c., Ntcr Heart SCure and was comlete 6 ly rusvired 1ihlth, and as not tai:on a of11jedicine durinig the easit two years. ýjer these circumf tnlCc t cannot do earwise than '1 omug -id It to cothers." Friendship. N. Y. '. 11. SCOTT, M. D. - r tenedIe are sold by all drug dosisuda~r a positiv guarantee firt bottle efits or money refunded. Boot- on Heart r sn frLES to alt.CO. applicantsEl t . ~~&MILE8 r M...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 June 1898

" AN APPALLING SILENCE ah T WHEN NIAGARA FALLS RAN DRY JUST ti FIFTY YEARS AGO. st iti All Day the Thuder of the Catar2et Was tb Hushed, the Snarling Rapids Ceased to .e Roar,the CGeat Preciplee Was Bare from Pi Shore to Shore, and People Wondered. m "At 5 o'clock on the morning of th March 31, 1848, just fifty years ago," pc said an old resident of western New York, "I awoke with a sense of some thing exceedingly strange oppressing me. I was born twenty-five years be tore with the roar of Niagara Falls in my ears, and had lived ever since then ig within a mile of the thundering cata ract. When I awoke that morning r oppressed by that strange feeling, it of was some time before I discovered that it was caused by the unmistaka- Nh ble and astounding fact that the rum ble and roar of Niagara was gone. a "When I realized this, my first un thought was that I had become deaf gr during the night, but the ticking of a clock that I heard distinctly in an ad joining room proved that my heari...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 June 1898

y yth, after bedg r tir by the same Silc b, e Insg her face. If I by1 0 gbrt be Wroud ha1e heart several severe of sailors examined b th or entry where e sea ar outo to be imaginary or Sut there are plenty of poaienceless skippers who violence is always obJec sn o when it is exerted dte liver, stmach or bow idrastic 1 urgatives which drastines. l Hostetter's ilttneo"t blich can put into the field rme soldiers in three n need of a standing army; i force which cannot be 1  Disease 3t'nuSning ores-Could ;gk Without Crutches. from hip disease and had five on one of my hips. I could itOut crutches. I was con fbd for weeks at a time. I ifood's Sarsaparilla and it ed a perfect cure. I am '-ave no trouble from impure 'fobert, 49 Fourth Street, R emember Sarsaparilla et Medicine. $1; six for $5 is caure biliousness, indigestion. sad Pronunclation. tr; o.1is a matter that may re with reasonable certainty by d! o~ry,.but "accent," as the o• 'go points out, is a more tl] gdepending upon tast...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 25 June 1898

FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. HAWAIIAN ANNEXATION BILL PASSES THE HOUSE, Methodist Ilook Concern Muddle--Inter. national American Bank Bill Carried Through the Senate..Eulogies on Senator Harril Heard. SENATE.' MoNDAY.--For nearly two hours the senate had under discussion the reso Intion of Mr. Lodge, Republican, of Massachusetts, directing the claims committee to make an inquiry as to the disposition of the money appro priated by congress to pay the claims of the book concern of the M. E. church, South. A heated colloquy be tween Mr. Chandler, of New Hamp shire, and Mr. Pasco, of Florida, was the feature of the discussion. At 4:40 p.m. the senate wont into executive session, afterward adjourning. TUESDAY-At today's session of the senate the resolution providing for an inquiry into the disposition made of the Methodist Book Concern claim, which was paid recently by congress, was adopted without division. A bill THE ISLANDS WHICH THE HOUSE HAS VOTED TO ANNEX. R(A. VALU P I _EXPORT 4 t 000 " ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 July 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. W. W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1898. VOL. VII.---NO 22 ael J. Powell, John H. Stone, gt, FranoiaWel. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, Attorneys - at - Law, St. Francisville, La. rUOEd=R7 SEM 1PLE, Atatr'u - :" t - LaVr, W-iil ln'itice in ti( courts of the lalthul l!! h ju icil disitricts. D)ur. i ;'.r atrionu , N:l l mc t client.9 at the 1nrtoi IHouec in lit:u Sanzra whenevet Pi,, C,:pJP Posto ico,.La DR. A. F. BARROW, physician and Surgeon, St. Francisville, La. 00Oe in Leako building. Telephone lls answered from either Kilbourne's I gnmford'a drug ate-a. iROBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - L -w, ST. PBANCISYILLR, LA. Offco near court house. Will prna licein the 13th Judicial and Federal 'court'. IIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S., DENTIST, l Francisville, - Louisiana, Is prepared to do all work in his line. Office at residence. L T. Gastrell, IAIDWARE, STOVES, ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 July 1898

THE TRUE -:- DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at BT. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. The garden hoe well used is the best paint brush for young ladies' cheeks. Spain has probablly percee veil that the "Yankee pigs" are right at home in the trough of the sea, oblserves the Washington Post. One out of every six ilnhalit li s in France has an avec uit at the state savings banks. The a:ncount at the credit of the deplositors in the saving-s banks in 189;, when the latest statis ties were taken, was .'s$1,1t00,(i0010. The rate of interest is :; per t cent. More than half the depositors are wo- C men, and the vast majority of them belong to the working classes. Says the Buffalo Commercial: It is said that a number of Sheffield firms have received information that the feeling against England in Spain is so intense that it is feared merchants will repudiate their obligations to English traders. This will not be "a new way to pay old debts" in Spaiin, This high-spirited race makes it a point of honor to ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 July 1898

1 11IC0 EPITOMIZED. PARAGRAPHIC POINTS ABOUT AN ISLAND NOW IN THE WORLD'S EYE. .__----.- and of Natural Marvels and Quaint s tonysd.The Harbor of San Juan one of the IBet in the World-Idyllic Existence of the Small I'lanter. Porto Rico's area, 3530 square miles. It is thirty-seven miles across and 107 miles in length. A chailn of mountains traverses the island east and west. El Yunque, 3688 feet high, can be seen sixty miles at sea. There are 1300 streams. Forty leene of these are navigable. A railroad has been partially built ead a fairly good telegraphic service is maintained. 'The roads are little more than cat tle tracks. population in 1887, 807,708. Africans and mulattoes number less, in proportion, than in any of the neighboring islands. Exports in 1887 were valued at $10, 181,291; imports, $10,198,006. A variety of highland rice requiring 1 so "flooding" is the staple food of the laborers. Sugar, coffee, tobacco, cotton, corn and potatoes are the market crops. Grazing is quit...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 July 1898

*i (¶ r'iI') * YICIAL (iAE '1. iIEPAR1- 4 . - "ý _ ý 1 u IU ),A , JULY 2 18M.lr(.l' Wi vEe Couh BYrup. 'FCsnLi Gid Use : is. t01063. '. 14 dicru-ggts. Speculative ta lk all irunt as to, he mannier in whi,.l! Saiitiago will ' be takent. Opiniont.s vary, bItlt they .e've o 0 thi te tlong suittliter Lowils. The primatry eleeti i.s bill, whichl ,A4s lreplured in ean tns, and i which seems to be a very goodl one, with "neo biare let down,, s likely to have a hard time in the Iuse. Trezevatt .i(;ldstl the fight, against it, 'i i e honorary idegree ' I;f elle. -: or of Arts is applied to womllen al well ;is ilmi l. Probably because to ':lhiuge it to Maidl of Arts wonll he, il Ilo1 ctase,,, supilietlouols. rThflat coniics uatnrally. A. womOiltai a smlifrage. orVinihti;:nii;n .with all the otficers captarled lby .lall is the a;nolu;ily a cer'tai l ; is. siil)sippi town present.:. lThe orgtnizatio. of a . fi.e ttlttu vlIr U iiler Comnmnodoreo 'att)n tIo sail against the prts of Spain is a...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 July 1898

- "deon :1str 1 tat, tJ: ,ua.nd eý t I t t t, altos inial;ino ...1ircqs sndi drrangemi ntN. . - beconeo the 1,.,: inlg renmedy Srt-h scassOof t oibles. It oxerts o. rfullbe h eaing, ,trengthen Son- sootuhi g inuflu3en upon icn enstr(al rg ta4.It c rJs t *and falh'n of the womb. it Feood ug as reAi ved cup e . i " t " • t pIn pa nefl mensLrultion. or C'hauIe of Life it is he, bt i . "ae made. It is bcne ci .1 ,iudrin, enanev, an;. hel s to |'." b8 "O ijto jI.Ullt Lirreu for years,- It 'vig:ontem, pium hI ta, strengthens the vwholo eys tem. This grent rou.edy ia eferrDl to all adicted woluket. Why wvI y woman suffer- another miinut ith c rtain rei-f within reach? Wine of Or.rddi only costs $:.0o p:r bottle Ct your drug stole. S i4, l "'U requtrii sp ?" tl#r s adddresfinc Fympt( . tar t*L p t flrpsrtn Tk (Y(luttenquo 5'C' SO0A, Cttlan ,a, .t"::... go. W. SMITiH. Camden, S. C., sae: '0 wlfo usod Wie Wof ClEdu at hoG e tr f titg of the womb .d. It ent:rciy intad kit.' Soda water ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 July 1898

i if T E story of money then in the safes of the afterward S Culba is a fatumous Junta and their funds were soon tragedy, a exhausted by an unsuccessful attempt to tragedy so black start an expedition from the South. But S that the pages of Marti had obtained the co-operation of history, not ex- Gen. Maximo Gomlez and Gen. Antonio cepting those up- Maceo, two veterans of tile last war. Ile on which is writ- knew that the discontent against Spain tell the diabolical was deep throughout the islanud. He had d ligs of the important connections with conspirators SSpanish Inquisi- in all the provinces. He gave without he tion, contain no counterpart. It is a nar- itation the orders for the uprising and rative which had its beginning in the dis- went to Santo Donmingo to join Gen. Go covery of Anwrica; it was rooted in Span- mez and take, with hhn, the fieid. Ish tyranny, transplanted into centuries At that :,ave and decisive romn :r the of treachery and oppression, reared in in- total .ui...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 July 1898

troul boute troublle that don't Slliance ith England. ,d Staites and England should Snited the emlhii nd (itreng/th would el tthere wouldl he little (chaneO t tovercome u. In a like manner, a wonlen keep up their bodily bhith fotetttr'Ms stoaeh Bitters, frlittle hance of attack from diseases. Itili e ncdv enriche tlhe blood,buildls ki, stI-lies the nerves and i.I aJypetite. T'ry it. - r.o ethas(le.lare1l war and is now L~.sai ers at thlt elituir. _-= L ' , ,=== at in Haste a ffer at leisure. When your abused d l can no longer cheerfully and "lv p 1rform its duties, a few doses of ,- arsaparilla are like fresh water to thered iant. This medicine tones the jb restores dlibg~ ive strength, cre Ia appetite and with a little care in - t ' ,tient is soon again in perfect Try it and you'll believe in it. ood's Sarsa o0 S parilla Is Ameris's (;reatest Medicine. odls pills cure constipaLtion. 25 cents. As Fst~l as War. "!e Fudden changes of climate en, m.atered by soldiers when troops ar...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 July 1898

AMERICANS VICTORIOUS, OETAILED ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE AT LA QUASINA. Sixteen Killed and Sixty Wounded Were the Fatalities on the American Side-. Thirty-seven Dead Spaniards Found on the lattlefield...Bravery of Americans. Dismounted American cavalrymen forced their way over the rough moun tain trail Friday morning and encoun tered the Spanish infantry in a dense thicket on a high plateau almost over looking the city of Santiago deo Cuba, and routed them after a sharp battle, lasting two hours. The fight will be known in history as the battle of La Quasina. That it did not end in the complete slaughter of the Americans was not due to any miscalculation in the plan of the Spaniards, for as perfect an am Ibu.ade as ever formed in the brain of an Apache Indian was prel)ared and Lient. Col. Roosevelt and his men walked squarely into it. For an hour and a half they held their ground un der a perfect storm of bullets from the front and sides and then Col. Wood at TYPE OF CUBAN COUNTRY HOME...

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