THE WAR IN CUBA.
AMERICA WILL ASSURE CUBA'S INDEPENDENCE. [Per Press Association.—Copi-right.] MADRID, September 21. General Woodford, the United States Minister here, has informed the Duke De Tehyan, Spanish Minister for Foreign Afiairs, that unless the war in Cuba is brought to a close by the end of October the American Government will consider themselves justified in taking measures to assure the independence of Cuba. The Minister has intimated that he will take time to consider the matter before forwarding a reply. Reports from Washington state that the notification is not regarded in the light of an ultimatum, but only an expression of the deep interest taken by America in the Cuban question.
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THE WAR IN CUBA., Evening Star, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
THE WAR IN CUBA. Evening Star, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
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