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inUrd* Attempt to Retake San Joan UKhthoUK. Back by shell iMERICAN FLEET?IT ED THAT" ONE HUNNIAUDS WEBB KILLHAD HAULED DOWA ( AND RAISED THE IAG OF 8 PAIN, BUT IT" FLOATS THERE - PBNSSTLVANIANS AT COAMO. , August 11.?The Herald IrWtft tne fouowing xrom capi oau juuu, Porto RIcp, August 10: ^JChere wal a two-hours' fight before ;'|^trreak .yesterday. Eight hundred Si^plards attempted to retake the llghtbouie, which was guarded by forty of djA*;wUlor?4 "commanded by Lieutenant jt?water, Asa latent Engineer Jenkins, Ensign Bronson and Gunner Campbell. j^The Spaniards were driven back by ittfcjlrfrom the Amphritrke, Cincinnati , #?fd-Leaden. Refugees report that one Spaniards were killed. v /r^jWlUam H. Boardmsn^of the Ajpjpfcif^lte, of I^wrence, Mass., a second das* man In tlje naval academy, was acqouwir WOUDUl'U. nc nao ut tuu 1 i. 4ijththouse, u/, "x Spanish advance began from Rio ft Grande, whither thev Spaniards had re* fy jtfeated after the first landing of troops, cape San Jiym last week. They ? -tnafched through Luqulllo and pulled t' down the American flag at Fajardo and p replaced the Spanish flag. ? The terrified refugees warned the lighthouse force that the Spanish were - "atoning. Sixty women and children $v,' In the outbuilding of the light^.. ^HJuse during the fight. l?!?W."?Ke Spaniards opened with a ma $ 'chine gun at a distance or 100 yards. The Leyden, Ensign Crosley command. lng,.rushed within a hundred yards of irk. th? shore and poured one-pounders into BP" fhe Spaniards. Captain Barclay, of the Sgmphltrlte, used stx-pounders, and the ?' 'Cincinnati five-inch guns. . e1 ',The ships landed 250 men during the fc tight and reinforced the lighthouse. A afaachTne gun, rifles and ammunition ^ left by the retreating Spaniards. , f Ensign Crosley took the refugees off at [daybreak, and has gone to Ponce. I Oar flag Is still on the lighthouse but the forces have been withdrawn. |*v The Amphltrite's guns cover the lightr homo, ready to annihilate It if our flag ' Is hauled down. It Is one of the most C' Important lights on the Island. ? ?'The Cincinnati has gone to the San fcv J nan blockade. ? K, ' Wonndwl P?uBiflriiBUm. C".-WASHINGTON". Ao?u?t 11.?The war Tbt . *Jej>?rtnwitt has received two dl?patche? [ . \A?trqm .General Miles, under date of c PT> Ponce, August 10, as follows:- mil Secretary of War, Washington: con The following is a lisf of wounded In ^0 .the'Sixteenth Pennsylvania in the sklr- ... t.' mlsh beyond Coamo, August 9: Cor- iU jwral .Barnes, Company B, left side; Tht [p._* Private. C. C. Frank. Company C, right etf rnyaie ueprje niurawsE vumP -pfcny C, rlgh; aide: Private Ubold, Hei , ..Company E< right elbow: Private E. V. A. ISKKQljr; Company F, left arm. ^ "v^^(8l*ned) MILES. bus L; . Scoreta?y Dajr'i Taclfnlnraa. <v WASHINGTON. August U.-By ex- Qrr .erclslng the good offices of the United her :/fixate# tactfully Secretary Day prob- mei ^^ Wy has succeeded! In averting a severe . rials In tbe relations between Italy and '*on . " ^Colombia, trowing out at the Cerrutl tao1 7>;'a.iTa'lri A'-cabltfgram was received at , % &'*the department to-day; frtm Home. M .vr.aaylilg that out of regard for the United .. . * the Italian government had tel.egraphed Admiral Cnndiani. at Garths- h? gena, Colombia; to give the Colombian "J jtofcaQftihfljjant eight months' time In PJJ, I to-'settle with Cerruti's creditors. "v*' r* ' under the terms of President Cleve- "JJ land's award. While Colombia-has not JJJJJ fVwet been heard from In acceptance of ? " tBl*'proposition, It is not doubted'here ~?E \ that It will be accepted. hoa mai S& .v.. Got a Pointer from Americans. I h< p$ *BT< PETERSBURG, August 11.?tt It X It ft 'liibnoqnced here that In view of the sue- J1 which has attended the use of dy- 1t0 g i_ -.siamlte guns in Cuba, the minister of my ji;. , niarine, Vice Admiral Tyrtoff, proposes of I y< ;to 'mount such weapons on. four Rus- 1* < ?lan warships. Their use will be ex- Wa t^'tended If they turn out to be satlsfac- coir t0rF- m 8Z*j fingnr mid Wool Imports. ^ ,M .WASHINGTON, Aug. It?The ad- ?? ; ih vance statement of sugar imports Issued tha by'the Wireau of tlatlMlca shown that fha tha total imports of dutiable sugar dur- y^JJ July were 15.239,870. as compared- t. C 12,281,287 for July, 1897. The sldl L amount of sugar withdrawn for conigumption amounts to $3,926,545. The g? " t-'twool Import* during July umoupted to pos ' $485,932, a little more than half being for TOy Immediate consumption. During July, t\ :: f 1397; the wool Imports amounted to $3,- a -'.MfctOB. The tea imports during July one ?&&r?fa praaUcally the same as during V": hur Inferred to Arbitration. ri WASHINGTON, August 11.?The case tha ,":Ct Aleaander McCord, the American bee; mining: engineer Imprisoned by the Pe' tuvJans during a revolution, and whose w * ; ; cJaim for $50,000 damages was a subject < .Liter dispute between the United States .*nnd Peru for a number of years, was jp?^7e?terday referred to arbitration, the D ' Cases being submitted to the lord chief Thr justice of the Dominion of Canada, un- f, t fur the terms of the arbitration treaty. ; . ^ trai Took hia lifmorih* Mtl an, Ed WASHINGTON, Aug., 11.-Mr. Jam** mer 9 ~ B. An^elUretlrfng mlniJter of ths United tnnr \ States to Turkey, has Informed the state T<*r [^.department that he has taken his leave ^f1' * of the sultan and will depart for home T&on tho 13th instant. Minister Strauss, da*' lv5/w1?? relieves him, was at the state de- Jnfl . . - partment yesterday, and announced his hft,) vpurpose of sailing Immediately for his I ,n''' POft at Constantinople. **? [. > m Murrlnl mm Aimulimlrtl. BPI" . OIL CITY, Pa.. Atlcuat II.?George .v Carter, n well known young married mm "man of Rynd Fawn, near here, was oh- roi?r ,. aasflnated" laat night whll?? sitting In J1'?, ' hln porlor reading. Th?- n?snx*ln fired Kl'' ' /through the window, killing Carter in- v",v ftantly. There Is no clue to the toys. ",,v tM . . nidi HMklf n'a Arnica K?lfK ' nl 1 Th# btat ?alv? In the world for Cut* Si? BrulKn. Sorea, '7|c?r?. Salt llh-um " Ftver Sore*. Tettfr, Chapped lUnda, ? 1 -Chlllblalni, Co-na, and all Hkln Krup. " ,Uor?. arid poilllvrly cui*? Plica. or 110 H' ' n? rfqujred. It la guarontred to give ami * Serfett gitlafocllun or money refunded, i' Price M ?nt? per box. For nale by Lmr'-tkaDrvfCo. f><"> Kl alac * Ibianlta* to OklaiMt atiit Monntaln Uki y,,r i Au*t?nl S to 55 the Baltimore A Ohio "" ** -' Kill " II reunion lltkcta lo Oakland, liar i 7 3 Mountain Lake Park and Uerr Park, nt a cc rata of one fire for tho round trip, goud an returning until Aufiut si, tacliulva. erni & , ( I COLUMBIA TO UNCLE SAM: *'Y \ Reproduced from Hnrper AFTER THE LYNCHING, i Llit WUI ami Wiihcf offh* Snleliitl Widow. LA'RBNDON, Ark., Auk. ll.-ThLs le city ha* assumed tts usually quiet dltlon. The bodies of the four ne-. es, victims of Tuesday night's mob, . be burled across the river, to-day. body of Mrs. John T. Orr, who killberaelf in Jail, has been removed to rot?idencc lur preparation jjor uuriui. little three-year-old baby Is with K. Falfer, a friend of tfie family, 'aliace Graham, Mr.:Orr's partner In InetJH, has received a letter from Mrs. '0 stepmother, at Mansion, Wis., but not made the contents public. Mrs. 's remains will probably be sent to father In Way pop., Wis., for iuterlt ... , "W. Boardman has given out a writstatement, prepared by Mrs. Orr, Monday afternoon. -Just before she c the fatal dose. It. reads: L Warrt my baby, Neva, to stay with Falfer; with his children, while. I then Mr. Graham to have full conof her until my father comes for , which I want iiin> to do. I want father to have my baby and to raise I want my baby, Neva, to have all personal effects. My body is to be sped to my father and be .buried ?re he resides. I want to' say to Steve irdman, Wallace Graham, Mr. Mored'nnd Mr. Faifer that for the kind iner in which they have treated me, ?n<* n.id nriii hlnw -them fhr me. ope God will forgive Rachel (MJm rrls) for tlio \yay ulie has treated me. want all of rfty property and home ;a to my "bahj^ Neva, and I hope that husband's /bvorite lodge, Knights *ythlas, will se<J to -this, my last will, ijiiTled out. " I want p^Pa to help tUce oil he can. This statement i pie ted at 6:30 p. m? Monday, August <98. r. Roardmnn .would not give out this >er until Mrrf/'Orr waa dead. He s her father'* name Is W. C. Darker, t lie resides at Waupon, Wis., and I at present he is very low and In ?lesto circumstances. He is eighty-two rs-of age. Mr.. Itoardman says John }rr has a sister, Mrs. T. W. Deal, reng in Denver, Col. r. LOUIS, Aug. 11.?A special to the t Dispatch, from. Clarendon, Ark., s: he third not In the Clarendon tragedy is remarkable aa the two preceding a. To-day, the oorp&c of the murine lie* in the court house, while dreds of people pains and view the reins. Thin unusual .thing was done the authorities to still the suspicion t Mr.?*. Orr was not (dead, hut hud n spirited away. So strong had ?hln Irifr In the community become, "that ; means was regarded ad the only r to allay It. A Car Wntirn Tragnly. EAT>WOOD? S. D.. August 11.? cc fn<*n dead and a woman dying is result of a shootlnj? affray at OnCity to-day. Judge J. 1'. GlddlngH, Shannon and Jack Wear nre the i, and Mr*. Ed Shannon Is the woi. Shannon hud a boarding house at ry and one at Central City. IIo ed at nlf?lit* at Terry. having* his i to look after the other place. ToShannon returned t. Central oty roused Judg* OJddJngF. Jiwtwhat pened no ono knows, hut the two i Kuddenly hurst Into the street, oned In a death Htruggl<- Shannon a revolver. Jqck Wear tried t'> rate them, and was shot through body, dying Instantly. Shannon i shot Glddlngs through the head, ng him. He went to his wife'* bedn and heat her about the head with revolver until he thought h<* had d her, and then with n fri-f?h reer allot himself* The wonrnn If still e but cannot recover. All the warare plon'MT* and were well to do. lingn has had many political offices. 1 macy between Glddl'ttgs anil Mrs. I nnon Is given as the Caute of the J fedy. Tliry Klrlc-'l mi Oitlntia. ( AUff. 11.?Tho KXner *ajrg:^Vh]Sri the Hawaiian comilon t-inl?.irk<*0 on Ih?* ?teamer Marli'thoy found (ho pawengfr deck ki'ii wHh Iwxon of onion*. Senator* ft.in nnd Cnlloin an<f Bepreftntatlvo t made a wtronic protect to Captnln rani against the *hlp nailing In such indlUon. They declared that it wu otitjpK"* n<* nn Ineull to the govnont to convert tho v??#l which wna 'I* ... tffe ? JT MIBMBS^HT T'iM OV MUST FIX TUB IlESPONSIBILI Par Cartoon from HARPER'S WEEl h Weekly. ?y Pormitmion. Copyright fo carry tho official representatives o such an important mission Into a frelgt jhlp. Further than this, they asserte that It was unsafe u? proceed to sea. ur der such condition*. Every berth on tb steamer was taken, and a number c passengers could not get sleeping ac oommndatlonc. The commission wa obliged to remain on the vessel for th reason that It could not secure any othe means of transportation. Pood rtluti Fffiwd In Ala?kiu SAN FRANCESCO, Aug. Jl.?The Ca says: S.?rlous trouble In Interior Alask la apprehended by the United State government. Food riots are feared a Fort Yukon and other up-rl^er point* growing out of the failure of the trans portatlon companies to get supplies t thereon the prevailing low water. Acting-on Instructions received fror Washington, Major General Merrlat will qolckJy: dispatch a battery of artll lory to.'St-Mlchaels. the officer In charg having'orders to proceed at once up th Yukon river to Fort Yukon and oik>n military post for the coming winter. Th expedition will also carry a largo quan tlty of extra provisions and sqppues t relieve dLstrets. When 9t. Michaels i reached, the commanding officer wll prompt!/ levy on any river ooats h may find, seizing: them If necessary,an* will transport hfs troops and supplies t their destination with all possible dls patch. A form of military governmon will be established and Rood order main talned In Alaska even If It requires th services of the soldiers and artillery. Rnth?r Tonjh Annrchlati. BRUSSELS, Auff. 11.?While a police man was arresting a militant anarchls named Wlllems, the latter* shot an* wounded the ofllcer and thpn escaped Tho anarchist also shot several person who attempted to capture him, but hi was Anally arrested and lodged in Jail Later tho police visited Wlllems' 1<k1r where they found two anarchist! who promptly opened fire on the ofll cers. A polfceman replied to this fire fatally wtfundlntr one of tho anarchists Hid companion was arrested. SENOR CAMII Jf Spain Hud Taken 11 In Advice 8ho W the Ctibntlfl ns Well Benur ruittvivju if *?nu ?? tirllllant men Spain ha* ever produced, nanmuch an lie ha? ulwnyH advlaed thtrovernim-nt to jjrant Cuba her freedom. *\x years ago, when he wan appointed governor general ??f the Inlaw!, he beanie convinced that the |*lnnden? would never give up the MtruKKi<\ and tried to ImpreNH upon the Bpnnlnh government ihe nilvlHiililllty or granting ooncemdomi Lo the (^ubfttiH. For thin he wan taken iflrny from Cuba /or foar that he had toe much ay m pa thy for the inhabitant!! ot he ltdand. Henor t;.imiio rowvinja ib amy yenr* jM, having been born In 18X8. He In th?; won of a proaprrouH merchant and 11 member of the revolutionary curtnt o( 2adlK. He him been nn active combatant In the interest of hlM country und ban proved to be a brilliant tactician. Vof .. :<> ..." . ? TY OB THE COUNTRY "WILL" :ly. , 1808. by Harper & Brothers. n GET DO WH TO CAUSES. H Wliprll?ff People Reason Itestly and Con>l?lriilly AnwmUxi. e In former times liniments and plaeif ters sold over all Internal remedies, toe ?* - nffoiWa tn* /II*. Cuuse JiL'Upie unaiwiw ? J eases, a nil attacked a pain where <hsy r found It. Temporary relief convinced them they were right, and so they laid n return of the pain to a return of the complaint, when In Tact, the disease 11 was there all the time. Backache la not 1 an aching of the hack, but an aching of B the kidney*, and remedies must reach : the kidneys, and be perfect In their ' work at thnt, before permanent relief Is secured. Down's Kidney Pills* are n perfect In their work and permanent In their cure. A Backache gives way at once, because tho kidneys resume their normal functions and there Is nothing n to aclie. Titer Is nothing so hard to - combat as the evidence of our senses. e anu yei bu wnu v.-i.c?* , , , e jwt of backache, are glau they did l)ea cause of the cure. e Mrs. Robert TJebert. of No. 175 Four teenth s:reet. says: "1 first noticed my o kidneys were out of order twenty-flve i a years ago, but I seamed to get over I II earh successive attack until recently i o when they rapidly became much worse. il With the exception of kidney trouble I o was always strong and healthy until - suffering In my loins, back and head t prevented me from doing anything by - day or resting well at night. I was e obliged to sleep with my hands on my bark It hurt me so. This was accompanied by a distressing wenkness In the kidney secretions for which I used different remedies and plasters, but even t the litter in nmo lauou to anoru ?ue any relief. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills :I advertised nnd came to the conclusion !. thpy would help me, bo I got o box fit H the Logan Drug Co.'s store and took them. I wns not disappointed as they helped mo right away, nnd I felt better nnd stronger than for years." Doan's Kidney Pills for snip by all a dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by Fos ter-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y., sole . agents for the United States. Remem. ber the name Doan's and take no sub. stltute. ; ItO POLAVTKJA. oulri Probably Havo Averted War with a*? with the United Htati-s. , I KHllunt behavior In the African cam palgn h?* received tho crosn of Isabel , ! Maria LouIm, and wan a conspicuous ' llguro In tlur Ten Yearn' and Car-lint ' l I warn. He wan made a colonel of the I Prince** regiment nt the clone of the j latter. He ban held various high posl- , j tlona In the govi-rnment, nurh ah being . a member of the mipreme counrll of war i and tmvy. captain general of Andnlunln, i and HUpremo chief of Inxpectlon of Ini fan try. In 1888 he won governor general ' of I'orto Hlco. He resigned the following year, and In 1800 ho wan neat to , i Cuba. In 18U6 flonor Polavletja wan nent to the Philippine*. and here nil of hi* good common tonso wems to have dencrted hltn, for It In nnfd that he wnn no erur| i on to gain for hlmnelf tho Weylcrllke > title of liutcher. r? ? THE CABPIHG CRITICS. WUl Thty Never Lai np-Ktcklnz 0?. Marquette Again. WASHINGTON, ' Aws' II -Thi! C question as to the right of Father Mar- ' ] quette to a figure as a loading actor In the history of this country .has arisen again, in connection with the fact that ? a picture of Marquette sailing d^iro the J ^ Mississippi is borne on the one-cent j a Omaha exposition stamps. A correspondent of the postoffice <Se- 4. partment recently wrote that ho had j made search to ascertain what claims S Marquette ha* to the distinction thu* j I given him, with the result that history showed him to have been a foreigner and n Jesuit* but not marked as a man of note either in literature onrien^. Information was asked as to what his. great merit was. . ' Mr. John P. Merrltt,' third assistant postmaster general, has written a letter showing, why the design was adopted. He says that the object of the promoters and managers of the TransMississippi exposition Is to give expression to a eommendable pride on the paft of the inhabitants to the progress ?0f their section, and to demonstrate its growth and anything pertaining to the ? men who were most conspicuous and g. helpful In blazing the Way to these sections, and laying the foundations of 11 civilisation. Is fraught with great in- " fcerest. It may be claimed, he says, that Marquette did not discover the MJssJ#. Q, sippl, but like Amerlcus Vespuclus, he continued the explorations, and Ainer- ? ica is named after the latter. "J^s to the religious belief of Mar- L quette," says Mr. Merrltt. "it never entered Into or Influenced the selection 8| of the device, one wn*r or the other. nJ ,'Ab to the fact of Marquette being f! a foreigner," continues the reply, "he ? performed services enough as a pion- 01 eer to earn his oltlrennhlp; and his ft bones still He burled on the west shore of Lake Michigan. Columbus was also .. a foreigner for that matter." u; ? m 'Ol W?at Virginia I'ntaloua. cl Special Dispatch to tho Intelligencer. tu WASHINGTON, August II.?Pensions ? to West Virginia applicants have been- T, granted as follows: p( I Original?James P. McDonald, Syra- pc cuse, 16; James Brooks, Morgantown, tc. Increase?John W. Goodrich. Shlloh. Sr $6 to $8; Henry CalTman, St. Albans, IS to 111; Warner P. Price. Lucille. 18 to 110; William L. Keoughery, Harper's Perry, $16 to 117. "I Renewal and reissue?Andrew Arm- Q< strong. Wheeling, 18. co Widows^-Louise A. Morgan, Pala- cc tine, *?; mnnan m. noDinnon, uoa- i* ville, XS. or Dependents?Minors of Levi Robinson, Oi Wilbur, $14. k? Other pensions granted are: John D. The Intelligencer^ s. ?? CO*MOD0Re j The Sinking of Cervera's the Cristobal Colon, the Ri Spanish Officers and Crew Foundiring Warships, will series of pages in our . S Pictorial Histor) now being issued in w< reader may 'secure a set Folios of War Pictures at will prove of untold value National History for o'd af Contonls of Portfolio No. 5. Departlire of the Third Relief for Manila. Tw< The Sloue Gunn llefore Santiago. Capture of the "Mnct <1 on Ja" by the MnUi-d States. * Nol Rravery of Coloinl Troop*. Mnj Tho Colon." Cllt Htr?*et In Old Madrid. *-ul Vleld Prnotloo With Artlllrry. l?atxllmr of Troop* nt Clenftiesoa. Mn, iMrkrtre Charge Upon Cometory Rldpo. Th Mexlran War New* nt tho Village lVist- ' offlce. n? "ITnele Sotn" In Cuba In the Rainy Season. The Htnok Arm*. .n,c Tho guny. Han Juan. The flea Wall of San Juan. tnr Qenoral Kltxhunh I?eu and Two of HI* Tin T?lw. (<ii'l.nn.Amr>rlcnn nnirop? nt **n'1 Barrack*. i Rantrt Crua (Tenorlffe), tho Capital of the TTnl Canary lulamla. vie Uattory "IV of Pittsburgh, ?t Mount Gretna. MM, A Held BatUry on Exhibition. A l TERMS OF DISTRIBUTION, g development* of our war with Spain. Part Or* trution and lettcr-iui*#. on plat ml paper, un?l following part* will mob contain sixteen Lai aro ofTeroa axtiualvely to Our ftoffular Km per copy. It by mall add 2 eonta extra. Ac TUB IN* TUMQB? EXPELLED. rnqutdlflecC, Suooeee of Lydla H. Pinlcham'B Vegetable Compound. Mrs- Euzabrth Whxxloch, Mi^soa, Iowa, in tl\e following letter derribel her recovery from a rery critlll condition: " Dear Mkb. ypncitAin?I bare been iking your Vegetable Compound, and am now readj to sound K^. (4M T? 1?m done wonWJ jff dera for me la ft / " <T^\ "J1"!0* ^ Lt * .O \ of a tumor, lil X tfir V "Myhealth <4 hu been poor H)/ ~l\ Change of lift waa working >^WvVl "1^much bloated 1 ' and was a buren to myself. Was troubled with Bothering spells, also palpitation ol ic heart and that bearing-down feel, ig, and could not be on my feet much. " I was growing worse all the time, a til I took your medicine. "After taking three boxos of Lydla ttl 1.1 V...?tnVi1> rnmiuMlltJ rinKUUlXi O ?Cjjtwuiu vuut|njuuu orcngcs, the tumor passed from me. "My health has been better ever ce, can now walk quite a distance id am troubled o more with palpitaon of the heart or bloating. I recnmend your medicine to all sufferers om female troubles." It is hardly reasonable to suppose tat any one can doubt the efficioucy ! Mrs. Pinkhnm's methods and mediae in the face of the tremendous vol* ne of testimony. lylor, Beallsvllle. Washington county, i., J6; Edward Plunkett, East Liver10I, Ohio, $8. itew Poitmnilrn. teclal Dispatch to the Intelligencer. WASHINGTON, August ll.-Po?tastors of the fourth class have been >po!nted in West Virginia as follows: eorge C. Gerwijr, Chapel, Braxtoo unty; David L. Tyson, Ellis, Gilmer unty; S. McD. Hershberger, Hester, oane county; Lloyd Beeghley, Minal. Harrison county; Lutie K. Arnett, <good, Monongalia county; J. P. Kuy ndall. South Branch Depot, Hampilre county. ar pictures. H Fleet, the Chase of escue of Cervera and s from the Rapidly ! form an interesting 9? * t of the War :ekly parts. Every of the Superb Arta nominal cost. It as an education in id young. ( . * > Contents of Portfolio No. 6. (*nty-m?cond Kansas. en lined by the Army and Navy. Illzatjon of Troop* lit Tampa. lor Qcneral Stachary Taylor In tin* tho Caltlc at CtenfUegoi by tn? Marines on May 14, 1S38. rhino Guns. (.iloucortfcr fffnktnir the Torprto Bo*** i Koukh Kidon. Rattle of ChJppotra. 1 8!<?rv of Charleston. thnw'ha. 1 "Chlftn." rojtnmcnt Between the "Kwrurf inU the "AlabtnM." tod Htatofi Army Ambulance w on 1H4 PoiIR. of 8an.Jimn, Porto Rico. * orto IlKd Country IIoum R N'ATJpN IN* WAR will aPT?J klj\ And* wilt be complete In t* or Ic*. ni* may bo JuatlflM p romuJj" twenty large o? llllt,1 ? r a handsomely deigned cywr; * * mo !>*<* an J Cover. The** l'ortMwj tl.-m,'. atV nominal prlco of Ten ifDlf ldr**s: i rui.ijaENcrat, wheoimc. w. v*. _