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The Wealth Makers and Lincoln Independent Consolidated.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1899.
Falls Shot Through tho Heart
wbila Leading the First Nebras
ka onto Viotor.
FIERCEST BATTLE FOUGHT
Nebraska Troops too Bravest of
the Brave-Lose IXanf Killed
"It ws a Wild Cbarf a."
Makila, April 25. A detachment ot
, the Fourth United Stages cavalry,
commanded by Major Bell, waa sur
prised during a reconnolsssnce early
yesterday morning. The cavalry,
numbering sixty-one men, bad been
ordered to scout In the district occu
pied by the insurgents east of Maloloa,
the old capital. The enemy was sup
posed to bis in position near the Quin
guan river, four miles east of Maloloa.
The cavalry readied the stream at
daybreak, and soon drew fire.
The troopers could not see the foe.
Aguinaldo's men were huddled in a
trench shaped like a horseshoe. It had
been dug in such a way as to hem in
three sides of a rice field at the sdgs
of a jungle. Major Veil and his sol
diers rode into the midst of this trap
by the fourth or open side of the field.
The cavalry was nearly surrounded
when the Iowa and Nebraska regi
ments in MacArthur's division were
ordered to reinforce the little body of
horse soldiers. A battallion of Ne
braskans under Major Morford ar
rived first, but were unable to drive
th Insurgents back. Then the rest of
thw Nebraska regiment came followed
by the Iowa regiment and four guns
. of the Utah battery.
To save his command from extermi
. nation Major Veil was compelled to
order retreat. Eight horses were al
ready riderless. Three of the men
lying among the young rice were
dead. It was necessary for those who
had escaped the insurgents' bullets to
carry off the dead and wounded.
This made (be retreat rather slow.
' The Filipinos took advantage of a fog
that Jay thick over the marshy planta
tion, and pursued the cavalry, skulk
ing close to the ground, and firing as
they ran. 1 . . ' v. . -
It was an occasion for self-sacrifice,
and some of the feats performed by
the harassed cavalrymen were re
markable.' Two of them, who were
bearing a wounded comrade between
them, were shot in the arms. They
did not drop their burden. They con
tinued with the wounded man until
they had deposited him in a place of
safety and then returned to the fight
STOTSENBURG'S WILD CHARGE.
Colonel Stotsenburg led the Ne
braska reinforcements., lie had just
returned from a visit to his -wife in
Manila. As usual, despite many
warnings, he waa at the head of his
regiment Taking, in the sitnation he
I 1 tS.Kpl
JOMM MlllrH STOTSKKUIKU
decided that a bold charge on the in
trenehinenta wit necessary to drive
the insurgent out, and he ordered the
It wit a will charge, titoUeuburg
was well In advanoe and the soldiers
behind him cheered hie nerve la the
face of the Filipino (ire, tie was
within toOyardsof the enemy's breast
work when a bullet struck htm and
he fell dead.
While Motseabarg body was ear
rl4 1 the rear the rgtaat without
a halt, l toward the Irene),.
Aauther Nahrsska fi Wr fail, shut
through the heart He waa Lleuten
aat sUe, and he was strtivw as he
waa waving his w4 sad argtag hi
eutrJ Howard, U sutured pre
par4 the budy U burial at the (
of the day and fouad that the bullet
had Ju Nle4 the wlalalara f a
girt whUa he wore aupad4 by a
rlbua turn ht aevls.
Twootbsf llsalsaaat fell, Wuen-b
4. alwair with a great utaay private.
Jast a the Nebraska reh4
the treao the laaafgeala ra4 aa t
butted lata the joagl la this way
they tetreated ta a swa4 tatrvaew
Steal a Mttlc farther baa.
(half thirty d4 wet tv4 ia the
4ert4 trah la ef a
was It that the 1111 alee lews had ba
teF t ight
ly the tlia )hs VeWasha trwwp
had reached the breastworks the Iowa
and Utah troops had come up and the
much-needed artillery waa in play.
The Americans pursued the foe and
there waa another severe engagement
at the second intrenchment The Ne
braska men were burning to avenge
the death of their beloved colonel, and
they fought with even more than
their usual bravery. Several of them
were wounded in the final oiarge, at
which the intrenchment was captured
and the Insurgents driven further off,
wher they are preparing to make
Hews of the Week
The point all important to Nebras-
kans ia the news of the week , was the
death of Col. Stotsenberg, Lieut Bisson,
two privates and twenty six enlisted
men wonnded In a battle that occurred
hist Saturday. JohnT. McCutbcbeon,
in a special cable sent to the Chicago
Record says: "It waa the most furious
battle that has taken place between the
Americans and Filipinos forced our
troops to retreat."
Col. Stotsenberg died while leading a
charge, shot through the heart. The
news was received in Lincoln about
noon on 8unday and cast a gloom over
the whole city. Col. Stotsenberg was
the bravest ol the brave and died a most
glorious death I o obedience to orders.
Paraphrasing the words of Tennyson we
may say: , ,
"Not though the soldier knew
" Some one bad blundered:
His not to make reply,
Ills not to reason why,
His but to do and die."
' All this blood shed-all this loss ol
precious life is because someone has
blundered, not in the Philippines, but In
Washington. If when the Filipinos sent
their deligatlooto this country and to
Paris, they bad been treated by the
McKinley administration with common
di-eency,tbere need have been no trouble,
Tbey said that tbey were willing to pay
the 920,000,000 to Spain, they were
willing to recognize a United States pro
tectorate, tbey were willing to give us
all commercial privileges and all the
naval stations that we needed, but no,
those who run (this government in the
interests of plotocrarcy mast insult the
envoys and force a war. On their beads
is the blood of Stotsenberg and the dead
and, crippled of gthe First Nebraska.
John Sherman says that he bad, while
secretary ol state made arrangements
with Spain to evacuate Cuba, but Mc
Kinley kept the people in ignorance ol
facts and by that duplicity brought on
the war with Spain while pretending to
be oppoeedlto it. It the people had
known the; facts there would have been
no demand for war from the people.
McCutcbeon, the most reliable corres
ponds t ln(tbe Philippines says: "I had
a conversation with Col. Stotsenberg
yesterday.S lie was in Manila, where his
wife is staying. He eaid be wished
he was aback in America. 'I am
tirnd oftflgbting said the officer who
today fell so bravely, "and I am tired of
sielog my men killed.! More of the men
la my regiment have been killed than in
any other intbe Philippines, jjiuoe March
25 fifteen of my brave boys have been
killed and 130 wounded, and there are
but 050 men left in the regiment" '
Why dld.lStoltenberg, a soldier by
profession, making as grand a record as
any man evermedf.and a brave a mnn
as ever faced afoe, want to come back
to America? Because he like all the reat
ol the truely hrave men who are there,
have o heart la tbla war. Had Htot
seaberg beeujleading hie ma In defence
ot tb constitution, the induration of
Iadpadneaed the rights ol men, no
siwh wurde would ever have fallea from
his lip. This Interpret at loa ol hie word
lels aeyrdaacwaits private iutoruta
tloalrow Wasalsgtoa wkleh la tu the
ehVt that nearly svery otfhwf ia tte rg
to army WtoppowHl to this war spoa
the r'lltptkoe, Thy will aleava da their
hill duty sad obey order, hat aot oae ol
tkeea lav or tie war or ha any heart la
There has Uva le iisikUge ia tke
Hoalh ttts teak that will t a blot y
oa this aailoa that ea avf btpJ
Mt A hrale f a awgrw aba 14 sow
sallied a surrtUe eriaie mm bte4 tu a
Wva, ataest, lra, ad other parte el
km UtJy were sat tB, oae at a tie and
tUa ha was alwaly batted u death. It
tadoabthil dial aaaaaleot hiatery
fwttfdiei tk via but! sVed wf aavagwi
a wMtre dabIWi eaa J rtkawaji tr
liy eaa he hisad. The tVUit aa sb
Itshed ( tke s are shktatae. Wave
a NjfM ewsiailt was el Ibeaa berribw
vetsseev a ad he ts eaagbl, tl he la hseg 4
hat U death If aa eirlel sb the
- The Nebraska
wasblDgton, April 85. The loliofing casualty list in con
nection with Sunday's battle was received from General Otis
at noon. I
( THE KILLED.
Col. John M. Stotsenberg.
Company K, Second Lieutenant Lester E, Slsson. .
' Company B, Quarter Master Seargeant J. F. Storch.
" Company II, Sergeant Charles A. Mfllick.
. ' ' i .: nswoiKD, . '
Company H, First Llentenant William K. Moore, leg moderate.
Company D, Second Lieutenant A. 8. Wardswortb, leg severe.
Company B, Private WlHlara C Bidiards, arm, severe.
Company D, Iss H. Stoner, Jaw, severe. 1
Company 5. Charles M. 8 wartB, Iliac region, severe.
Company D, Edwin O. Peterson, obsek, severe.
Company D, James Richards, jaw, severe. j
' Company F, John White, leg, moderate,' ,
Company F, Musician. Walter fl.Tlsgley, 'neck, severe. '
Company F,H. Wl LI valel. j '
Company F, Walter A. Ellfalrs, shoulder, severe.
Company F, Guy E. Miner, leg, severe.
Company I, Edwin F. Gregg, forearm, sever.
Company I, James T. Kawnan, bnttock, severe.
Company I, David II. WI!klne, chest, severe.
Company I, Sergeant Clyde Vosourw, lilac region, severe.
Company I, Corpornf Dcjlas Hendersons leg, moderate.
Company K, Corporal Harry Brookover, arm, severe,
Company K, Frank Focke, leg, severe.
Company K, Robert L. Smith, eld-, severe.
Company K, William II, La Itd, band, severe.
Company K, Fred GlbU back, sllarht. V
Company K, Otto C. ITimbt, leg, slight.
Company K, Eli J.SIarra, thigh, slight.
Company K, James B. Afwen, knee, severe.
Company M, Orson E. namphrey, shoulder, aevera.
Company M, QuarterBixster Sergeant' Horace F. Kennedy,
. cheat, severe. ;, ,
Company M. Corporal Ardea R. Chapman, forearm, moderate.
CASUALTIES SFCOND BATTIE.
TlSE KILLED. st
Company I, PRIVATIS HARRY M'CART, on the 24tb. '
THE WOUNDED. t
Company C, Second Mentenant W. C. Dungan, eye, severe.
Artificer John Rtrilej-. arm, moderate.
Company F,FJ!r!f8 1.CaldM, thigh, severe. , ,
Company L, O. M.Xegg, abdonien, sever. - , '.
George Wageck, neck, severe. ! ,
Major Frank D. Eager, April 25th, foot, severe. ,
Company C, Corporal Cbarles Brewster, foot, moderate. ,
Company E, Private David (3illepln, shoulder, slight. Z
Company I, Lucius V. Panghorn, knee, severe. . . g
Company L, Wlllard Carter, forearm, slight g
Francis Hasen, neck, severe. t ' t.- 5
Harvey Majors, shoulder, severe. f
thlnir is paMsed over with mild protest
or a denunciation of mob rule, but this
sort of savagery will not be treated in
that way. The Independent is much
mistaken if it does not become a topic of
discussion and denunciation by ever;
civilized nation on earth.
A good many people are beginning to
ask if It is the destiny, the dnty and
foreordinatloa of God, that this nation
should go about the world setting up
stable governments and establishing law
and order, has it not a destiny . and a
duty to establish law and order and
suppress savagery in some ol the states
in tnis union? .
Tbe Third. Nebraska ha ' returned
from Cuba and will be mustered out near
Savannah, May 11.
G&n. H-nry haa been relieved ot duty
lu Porto Ilica on account ol poor health
and will be succeeded In command by
Fred Grant' haa been ordered to the
Phlllpu, A rumor la current that be
will be appointed Governor Ueaeral ol
the Ulead. II h le, tka w may look
for more trouhl. A wore appoint
ment could not be made if the whole
1'alted Ktateawa raked over with a fln
toothed eoosb la searvh of la mot la
eotM patent waa.
Gov. Pointer haa appointed I-Wut.
ful. Poltoa lo h t'oluaei ol the FlM
Nebraska, vleelMotbeg, kllhwl Wad
Is a (barge. Col, Col loa hae hwa oe
dstaiehvd a eulhwtttr el thsport
l b 'hiar l'r head aa 4twial
lib -W;a' Uleat hreak." Dl It
dWtUllabattkebrsh waa. Willi
the last thlftf day Prjea haa txoh
lata lb raake ol tb gU hags la lb
east lit ff ! lata a Sottas m
gmve, I U ta W grwt4 tbr
lib taksaW4 thaa he vr h
bewa la the west euath. Aa a
aseat as lad M a HaSaWj pap" '
lb aft! that Orjrea woahl hold a re
esptliMi at settaia 4jre a here all d
. -t - -. ....
oerats could no and shaks his hand.
There was immediately a protest filed
by tbe republicans who wanted to know
wny tbey could not go as well aa demo
crats tor tbey said tboy intended to vote
lor mm in iwv.
Notwithstanding that for seventy-five
years tbe United estate baa refused to
eeat senators npon tbe appointment by
a governor when a vacancy occurs while
tbe legislature Is In evasion, Uov. atone
has appointed Matt Quay after tbe legis
lature refused to elect bim, Perhaps
Stone baa news from Washington to the
effect that ae tbe Declaiation of Inde
pendence bas been repudiated the next
move on the Mark Uanna program, ia
it to overtnrow tbe constitution.
Jame P. Taliaferro waa elected United
State senator from Florida last week
to succeed Senater Pasco. He is a tree
LEGAL TENDER MONEY,
The Cojirls si Rverr CtvUlasd Niloe II
Tss Ihs r.slUI rwtlaa.
Twice the editor ot the ladrpesdeat
within the laat lour or five yearn hae
mad arrangemeata to begin a compila
tion ol the in which money aad the
legal tender power at government were
involved, hut something turned speech
tae to prevent. Now there haa falWa
iuto hi hand a work ol I hi kind, th
only one, be bslWves, that waa ever
prUUd. Il I tainted; !adia las.,
Aatertrfta aad l.nattsh, oa the t.av ol
Ugal Tvndrr aad Uoasv." It la coot
i ild by Joha J. taadall. ot the New
Jsrsev We, aid I pabltshed by blat at
f'niMdsa, N. J, 1birlsettaiasl ia tt
tlepjdril dvekitta ol Ise tl aad
bxh-rai aunrt o th ! lrJr aets
gold, 4s l ettMnr eoatrarta.
Miptiuaol I attl ils ! troat
tt laitlua,ti oail bash ants
aad tatstdsUMa tatlagolla
OMMaadoa the astilrast art eita
by th ettwtpiW.
Thie w a aotb thai ha ka hsea
tMkxl, ad th aalMeai eomesill ol
thtufHi Mi- ihuald eat aowa
araUMt ahsrvby It eaa b pat ia a
baief lures, h prsssat ptww UMsg
ll.fril, la thai work th who avtoae
ol asv baa ba ahlf Imsw. by
the suart aad Vd4 by Ibeaa, !
deda at aleaya sk waa at the
ai lvw aad lor at ula la ipr4aaj
lbr loatbal lb aoMtts do, but
lb vwMJawon artlvt at M the .
tl ith thie ta hia lead, sua bate
Ing tbe decisions of tbe highest courts in
tba land to back bim up, the populist
can go Into tbs coming fight armed
with invinrlblo armor.. What win a re
publican say in reply when a populist
reads to bim tbe words ot tbe greatest
judges this country ever produced sus
taining every plank ol tbe populist
party on the money question? And
nearly every one of these judges were
Abraham Lincoln republicans, and most
ol them appointed by Lincoln.
Tbs legal tender cases are frequently
referred to by all populist speakers, but
it win be moon better for tnem to reso
the forceful words of these judges In
which they law down tbe law ol this na
tion, than simply refer to them.
Tbe preface of a book is hardly ever
worth reading, bnt in this book tbs case
Is different. The compiler says:
"The campaign of tbs financiers re
ceived new Inspiration by ths sheathing
ol the sword and the breaking ol tbe
plow share into craning hooks. Tbey
at once enlarged their plans In to schemes
ol conquest tbat contemplated toe pro-
Jrietorsbip of both contending sections,
oba Randolph said that 'ths dynasty
of tbe financiers Is ths ons superior in
every stats that Is incapable ol destruc
tion by revolution,' This hierarchy, at
the beginning ol tne struggle, ineisieo
upon e reining its sovereignty in flnane-
ing the war; and under the sonorious
pledge ot maintaining the credit ol tbe
nation, they assumed the office of the
receivership of tbe nation ana negan
tbe execution ot this exalted trust, which
still continue, with little prospect of
final discharge. , ,
"This scheme of financing a great peo
pie was not nsw. Tbs example of financ
ing ot the British empire tor three band-
red years was In working order, and ex
perienced agents were on band to assist
In putting tbe machinery of tbe funding
ot tbe national debts into such barmou-
leal adjustment as 'to accomplish tbe
object of maintaining tbe national crea
It ( whatever tbat may mean). Tbe in
tercet on the funded debt of Englaud
for tbe last three hundred years is now
only about thirty-one dollars per capi
ta. Our country has been so successful
ly financed tor the last thirty years tbat
tbe interest is only about thirty dollars
per capitav '
"Jefferson said of Hamilton's' report
in favor of Incorporating the
natio nal bank tbat 'the people are
formidable in arms, but in tne ama ot
finance tbey seem to be readily subju
"This new money . was an additional
multiple to the monetary system, based
on tbe dollar nnir, and with Its com
plete judicial vindication, tbe legislative
power ol congress to create money is, as
As to tbe decisions, which are still tbs
law of this nation, they should be
studied by every man who expects to
take a part ia tbs great conflict that is
so near at hand. These judges seem to
have beea tbe original popnllste, tbe
kind we have now being ol a different
breed, although they call themselves by
ths same name, In tbe case, of Hague
vs. Powers, tbs court says:
"Gold and silver are not naturally
money any more than any other metal,
product, or fabric Tbey are made so
by law only. These metals are better
adapted tor use aa money than any other
yet discovered, but tbey become money
by tbe force and operation of law alone.
I bare no doubt that should any other
metal or combination of metals be dis
covered which, in tbe judgment of cong
ress, waa more convenient and suitable
for money than gold or silver, It might
by law makesucn metal or combination
money, and prohibit the use ol sold and
Wouldn t It be a pretty good thing
when these republicans get to raging
around about gold being tbe only mon
ey to pull out tbia book and read to
tbem wbal their own republican aupreme
court says upon tbe subject? Bat this
Is not a beginning to what is to be found
in tbem decisions.
In this same case, In another place, tbe
"Tbe iramers ot tbe constitution must
bave certainly known something of what
la termed the evils of paper money, and
II It was intended to exclude tbe creation
of that specie ol money Irom th power
of rongree, nothing 1 mora rational or
natural than that something ol th
kind should bave been said In clear and
explicit terme. It "to coin" la to be re
stricted In lie definition to work npon
tbe metal, It applie to other metals as
wsilaatogold and alirer, and prove
too much lor th argument. It w not
claimed tbat it waa th design to have
otbsr epevie ol metal created money by
law; aad ae aeither gold aor stiver i
meatloaed ae tbe eubetamw to be coined
I think It must be held that th power
greeted Is simply to dstermlee by law
what the money ol the country shaH
roaaiet ol, aad to regulate lie etatdard
Ihs truth about th atattsr i that
lb popuitt pusUioa oa th aioaoy
question t sustained ia every parttralar
by the ttprm eoart ol the l'ild
Hiatsa aad by th ruart ol last rwNtrt
ia tuatiUad sad very other CivUtml
roaatry ea tbefwr ol the earth. The
r.anlMk ease, a. a pater ol Asstria ve,
KuMtiih.aad aiaay other, est twrta
th saw pfieeipW,
NOTHING TO FIGHT FOR
"We a see ail wUliag to Igkl rWa h r
br elty a4 fwekullsg war bote
tba kliswbt ta thiw t Uipiaa
bat aot h tug la fight kr, situ ply htt or
I iaiw ww had 4ta ar daly wkea
bipswd (. Heareaaavtavai assar
Aomvmmi lm tu thia mimt hs. V
gfftdsd, black, Mmo4 thirsty trwah,"
Tbat Is what Alls Darhe 4 the IVtt
Nebraska wrote ta hi atuthef , tl was
printed la the tVth i vasty iadayeadeat.
SOME POP FUN
Tbe other day there was a republican
who was wandering around ths corri
dors of tbe capltol. Fire or six other
gentlemen were standing talking In tbs
rotunda when this gentleman cams op
and began to abuse ths governor and
pretty much every ons alee. Bs said
that tbs men who were opposing this
war in ths Philippines were the same old
gang ol copperheads tbat fought Lin
coln and organised ths Knights of the
golden circle tbs same old cans and no
one else. He was asksd line did sot
think be was sxagsratlng a llttis bat he
declared that be waa not Then one of
tbe party apoke np and said: "Kow here
are flvs ot ns In this crowd. Every oae
of us were in ths war of the rsbsliloa and
one was with Old John Brown la Kansas.
Evsry ons of ns are opposed to McKJa
lay's war of conquest andlust as much
la lavor ot sustaining ths Declaration of
Independence as ws were when we vetad
and fought tor Lincoln. Here at least
are five men who did not belong to tbe
knights ot the golden circle who are op
posed to ths policy of Imperiallem. Now
won't yon modify your statement so far
aa to agree that there are at least five
men who oppose this war who wars aot
lis did aot reply, bnt palled a copy ot
ths Bes out of bis pocket and pointed to
A I. Lewis' articls criticising World
Herald editorial. He went ontoeay.
"Tbe whole trouble comes Irom ths fool
popocratlo editors, Now Just look at
this rot. Wbat can yon expect of men
who will read such papers?"
In reply it was stated tbat editors la
ths rush of getting out a great daily,
wrote ill considered and foolish artloies.
"Well," be replied, "there Is not a re
publican editor on earth who w toct
enough to write such an article aa that,
rush or no rush." '
Then he has shown a paper contafc r
tba tact tbat tbs sditorial inquest i
was ons tbat bad appeared in tbe L . )
and had never been printed in the pe3
oratlc paper at all. The look tbat cere
over his face as tbs troth dawned e;n
bim, It Is impossible to describs. At
last bs got his breath and eJacnlataJ:
"Nobody but a set of copperheads won! 1
do such a dirty trick as to pnt op sacJ
a job as tbat on a roan."
Then the old capitol rang with a
pop burrab. Tbe last seen of this par
ticular republican, he was leaning np
against tbe counter in a saloon ana say
ing: "Fill'er np again with tbs same
good old rye,"
The next morning the papers con
tained a story about a man tbat t
nnlUa hmA kmnvkl ll mil rlfM
night's lodging, hhY nacs cif t.'ag put'
on tbe register out of regard for Isle
PROMOTIONS JN FIRST.
Adlntant General Barry yesterday an
nounced ths following promotions ia
tbs First Nsoraska, mads Dy uovernor
Poynter and cabled to tbs regiment'
Maior Mnlford. Omaha, appointed
colonel, vice Colonel Stotsenberg. killed.
Cantata Wallace C. Taylor, umana,
company L, appointed major.
Lieutenant Fred Gegner, Madison,
company F, appointed- captain, vies
Second Lieutenant Andrew C Smith,
Bennet, company I, appointed first lien
tenant, vice Gegner promoted.
First Sergeant Charles B. Bobbins,
Lincoln, company B, second lieutenant,
vice Smith promoted.
Sergeant Harry Fingado, jr., Wahoo,
company K, appointed second llenten
ant, vice Lieutenant Slsson, killed.
Adjutant-General Barry announced
tbat these promotions were in accord
ance with the wishes and recommenda
tions of Colonel Stotsenburg.
OUR LOSSES ARE VERY HEAVY.
First Nebraska Has Ba aa Ftrisg Ua
Alaseel Ceaataatly. (
It ia believed that ths looses sus
tained by th First Nebraaka are
greater than those of any other regi
ment In the Philippines. This la sup
posed to be duo to the fact that the
regiment bas been almost constantly
at the front While soma regiment
have been kept in reserve and have t
been unable to aoeompltah anything,
th Nebraaka regiment haa had ample
opportunity to gala distinction. More
haa been heard about the Tint Nebras
ka, the Kanaaa, and ths South Dakota
rvgl meats than any others, i
la answer to Inquiries Adjutant
General Barry said the Nebraska regi
ment bad lust forty-three men. Of ths
number twenty-three were hilled la
battle or died of wounds, and twenty
died of dlaaaae. He ventre a Nv brash a
U'vs wera hilled ia battle, aad l dUl
of woaads received la hat Us. This 111
I comparatively large, cMtldertag
that aearly all ot thoe hilled In Utile
were hilled after ths war department
had rdae4 the auntWr In th regi
sneat Th regtauat eotnprta) .el
saea wha II Wft th stale. Ab! )
rwsratt Vdaed the regiment at Manila
la aeevrdaaew with aaarder laereaslag
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