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THE EV1NIHG BOLLETlti: HONOLI.'IjP, II. 1., JUL! 20, 1890.
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FACE TO FACE AT LAST.
Americans and Spaniards Lined
, 'Up In the Open.
TOLJ) BY MEN WHO WERE THERE.
'When the I'Ii-Iiir Connpil, tlio Aruilea
Lnolcr.l TSurh Other 0 cr-Siutiilnriln
Itrml Iliirlicil Wire, rrl, lllrl
linnr util Trcnclir llolloit Anul(.
riiZ' fc uuun uiiumj
'..iim Knrw .... ti
J ($3 tlto veil of
-ijui si ur j- Bar
tejeo ns torn atun
SR'.cr and for tlio
rt timo tlio
Americans Rot a
o-'oso view of tlio
I p to that ditto
the tnvadciB of
ba had barely
jt.n u Spauiilu
kll.lll fIR Wf'frt
'-Jtlpii 1. fir rtinnimr
befaro their ml-
anre But nt
last thesr foe, tl buckled mid fora&id
.for comimt, looLvl Maui luldly in the
There whs litt'.ln'iiK to encoin,ie
shatters mien in tlio ppecticlo which
burtt upov them, when, at 12 o'clock,
thp ling cf truco vent up tfo cover a
mcrt-ago uVmaudln? rurieiulcr. They
.saw beforo i'Jiem n olty of brick mid
btoii,', dufcnOul on tho enst ami south
f ron l.i liy elaborate flld worjn, overy
.olovntion crow nud wilbyi fort, overy pats
barnd by truuhes aL.il blockhouse".
Great fiiins con.'d not ba.secn, yet Jt vim
known that the Spauianls iiad -ihem,
for their r-hots li.id bceit felt in the
tttro dnya of batrti. Hut Ioiijj linw of
linen 8ho cd theu.sehoi mound works
nuil buildings, tlio .character of which
.could not Uj mistaken.
.tt was iuito ns jnuch a .dosiro to
stretch thoir legs a .curiosity to know
what Santiago was 1IH.0 that canted tlio
Americans tocrawloutof thulrtrouchcs
Iho momoilt tlipSpauiards ciased firing.
To ninny tho i.rospcct ojf n cliauco to
proparo a "gqtiat.o" meal was tho chief
coiibiilcrntinn. Soldiers aronlways hun
gry. Theiso fcoldiwn wcro jiibt at the
timo htinpr.er tlian iho nvernyo. Camp
rumors of luovuuit-uts, of strntogy, of
birds in tho military bush ready for
plucking, received butu pasting thought
in th Jiuctlo for rations, for water, for
all tbiugti needed to muko lifo.toleiablo.
News of Cervcra'a cscnpo canned
greater wonder than tho truco, but tho
moil didn't cred-
jf kv it it nor can mey
? belioro tho pro-
fal;'" i ''fl mnturo story
t$V?W iv I thathia flcut bud
Shatter suid at
"We saw Ccr
vera bo." Ho
Safso will (hat ho
tjiowled.80 In tho
army of Cervcrn,
but learned lit
tle. No ono know
ii mi lid ml .Itil if '. 1
of his guns at work on July 1, as bns
been stated. Shatter eaid that 1,000 of
Corvera's sailors wcro in the works that
day. It is only another ovidcuco of tho
despcrato straits in which tho boldiors
found thonibulvcs utter San Juan ridgo
had been carried that events liko Ccr
vein's escape, and destruction mado lit
tle impression thcro iu tho trenches,
but that trifles which brought roliof nrn
remembered iu dotail. Oillcors nud men
aliko could name tho day mid hour
when thuy gut tho first npology for n
meal, tlio first variation of diot, tho
first chance to wash nud tho fittt Ited
Cross nid. Thuy rould nlso toll of tho
fluctuations of mitery in tho trenchos,
tho downpour of lain, tho chill nir uud
tho dopth of mud. Whou tho flag of
truco appeared, word passed along:
"Firing will ceasul Got out of tho
works!" Lator would found tho warn
ing: "Lio down Firing will begin !"
Aliiuscr shots found victims nil that
Sunday morning until tho white flag
was displayed. Thuso wore chiefly
sharpshooters' bullets, for the last spurt
of volleying was tho wind np of the at
tack tho night boforo.
Tha proposition to retire tho nrniy on
tho night of July 2 to its position of
.Juuu 'ii on the hills back of CI Poso
will long remain a bono of contention,
aud may tako ar yoars tosettlo, bh whs
thocasowilh Jlendo at Gettysburg. Ev
ery ouo infertiowed at Oamp Wikoff
mentioned tli subject without restraint.
No one criticised tho plan. Oillcors said
that tho Idea was not favorod by
the men; but, as boforo etatod, this
viow was modified by tho universal
iidniiff nu that tho lino of battlo was
duugu'outly weak mid the raou suffer
ing terribly from heat and hunger.
vT1ip rontons given why tho idea
cr rotiriug to n shorter lino nearer
tho base of supplies was abandoned
show that tho idea was n natural one.
All agreed thut it was nbaudouod be
cause of tho ropulse of tho Spaniards
tho night of July 'A and tliB cool wave
bringing relief from heat Of rourso it
would not have bem proposed to retire
btinnsn of tho disuomfoits of hent. Sa
villa mid Kl Posowerono better in that
us c. t tl mi San Juan hoights. No; tho
tirecis of tho heat wero feared, and tho
real danger was n Spnuiih sortio.
. S21PP Uino flf ti iuli3iiltdii.pu.Uio 2d
Kg t Copyright, H9S, by the
EJ & KSOSSffiSfficfSla
PR A K.r'5).A,3.,0n
decision was mado nt headquarters to
hold tho lino on San Juan ridgo. It has
been stated thut Shatter's demand for tho
surrcudor of Snutiago wns drnftcd that
night. Shatter says that hu , wrote tlie
demand ou tho morning of tho lid. tt
was dated 8:30 a. m., and Torn! ncoopt-
cd that as its date, although ho did not
receive it until 1 p. in., at which hour,
although neither ho nor Shatter know
it, Corvera's lleot was n wreck.
Total roplied that ho would not sur
render, but that ho had notified tho for
eign consuls nude' jcm interested. That
afteruiAu thoc .suls cutorcd tho Amer
ican linea and secured n further roiplto
of 54 hours, or until 10 o'clock, July C.
Shatter said that ho bolioved thnt tho
Sp'inish army would gladly surrender
If it wcro kuown that tho prisoners of
war would bo humanely treated by their
captors. In order to givo an oxamplo of
I American ideas of humanity, ho parolod
nud sent into Santiago n number of
wounded prisoners, nil who ouuld stand
J tho trip.
Menuwliilo Cervorn's oscnpo nud sub
sequent fato woro not mentioned. Next
day, however that is, July 4 Shnftor
I tent tho news to Tornl with tho sugges
tion that ho cnrroiidcr to nvoid useless
less of life. These details show the de
liberation with which Shaftor acted on
July .1 nud i in thu matter of forcing I
tho Spaniards, n conrso quito inconsist
ent, it seems to mo, with tho assump
tion that tho American commander hnd
lost his uorvo tho night of July 3 and
wanted to retreat. At Camp Wikoff it
was thu impersonal aud convenient
"thoy" who had proposod retreat, and
filiaftor's iiamo was not meutiouod by
'. taiy ouo ou tho inside. General Sumner
J declared that ho .himself had boen
wrongly clashed ub ouo who favored re
treat. Captain Mortau of the Third env
airy says thnt at tho time of tho night
nft.ick I'.icnera! Sumner wns in tho lines
of iiis own regimout, tho Sixth, discuss
ing fe'ivi.ig out mi order to rotiro, but as
tho ropu'li-o of tho enemy showed that
the 'ino ffliild bo held tho order was
not ,f.lvcn.' That discussion was somo
hours.beforoNtlro cciiuoil ou rotroat was
After tho battlo is thoitiuio to scan
tho listtof fresh lundo graves nud broken
bones. And whou Luis n key position,
ideally located forlcfcnso nud defended
by nominally 10,000 oicn, boau carried
and won co clicnplV? KeuiVa division
Joss of CS4 killed niAd wnuinlod on tho
1st has been given iiiN dtfail'. His loss
ou tho 2d is bowu iu ibe lollowing ta
ble: Killed .. -Wousded-,
UOlccrx. Men. Ofllcru. .Men.
titaff. - - 1
IlHvl(ln' (M) Drlgodo
Couiumndrr. ... 1
li)th Infantry.... 1 21
Ctli lnfnntry 2
Jlst Ucit York.. 1 J
Totnl 3 "2 13
Hoarfion' (2d) DrlBido
lOlli Infiintry.... 1 U
2Nt lnfiiutry...'.v 1 7
Totnl - 0
WlkolT't (3d) Brigndo-
13th lnfimtry ...
21th Infiintry.... 1
Totnl I 2
Orund totnl 0 4
Tho heaviest loss on tho Sd wns in
Pearson's brignde, where tho night nt
tack begau. Tho losses of Wheeler's di
vision July 1 and 3 aro uulted iu tho
oflicinl fabjo. They wero about 14 por
ccut of tho strength that is, 1)07 offi
cers nnd"h1en killed nnd wounded out
of 2,0 10, Including detailed uou. Thero
wns some loss in thocavnlry fi.'iJ") .i',
hut nothijjB Compared tS th-nt flufforesl
CTiTIiulst either nt tho "Holl's Cross
lug" in charging up "Kottlo" hill or
in taking the crest:
CASUALTIES IN WUKSI.F.Il'a OAVAUIT DIVISION,
JULY 1 AM) 2.
Bumnor'a (1st) Killed. Wounded. Strength.
Urlgndo (Col. OIU- Olll- Ofit..
Carroll) cor s. Men. ccrs Men, ccrsTifen.
jjd, rayplryj,.... - a 8 22 420
Oth uiMilry.."... 4 4 W 10 427
Olh cavnlry 2 2 2 17 13 207
Total 2 0
Wood's (2d) Brigade
IstU. H. cnuilry 1 12.
lOtli c.iMilry ... 2 5
ltt. vol. cavalry 1 12
12 114 CO 1.0&4
1 47 21 601
S 03 23 450
5 72 25 617
Totrl i 20 15 182 Gj 1,403
drnml tutnl.,.. 8 1)3 27 200 113 2,53
Three brigade commnudors woro hit
at Sau Juau, Wikoff, Hawkins nnd Car
roll, nud two temporary commanders,
Worth aud Liscuui, nil of whom learn
ed their art in wnr nnd have been in
harness over since. Kent's regiments,
as well ns his brigades, wcro led by
veterans. Iu tho Thirteenth Colouol
Worth nud Majors GUIs nnd Auiuuu,
nil wounded, woro vetorans, wbilo Colo
uol Libonm aud Mnjor Mnrkloy of tho
Twenty-fourth nnd Colouol Ewors of
tho Ninth, witfr seven captains of that
regiment, had Borved iu tho civil war.
Hawkins and tho colouols of the Sixth
and Sixteenth, Egbert nud Thcakor hnd
WIKOFF. WOliTII. LtSCUM.
IBrlgado commanders who fell Julyl; Wikoff
beou iu tho regular army sinoo 1801.
Iu tho Sixteenth Major McLaughlin
uud Captains Palm or, Morrison and
Whitall bad earned their spurs in tho
volunteers, and Oautnln flrowell. who
commanded n batthlion iu tho Sixth,
hnd served through tho wnr. Colonel
Pearson of tho Tenth, commanding tho
brigadoj Major Eskrldgo and Captnin
Lincoln have worn tho uniform since
1801; also tho leader of the Twouty
first, Colonol McKibbln. Tho Second
was commanded by Colouol Wherry, n
Mlssourlan having n long wnr record.
Tho oillcors suffered to an extraordi
nary degree. It wns stated nt Cnmp Wi
koff that tho older oillcors exposed them
selves to nulmato tho men.
GEOrtGK L. KJLMKU.
How to Afnke Hcrrltig Enlnd.
Soak threo salt horrings in water oir
night, pick nud chop conrso, thcu bui
eight medium sized potatoes, four bcots;
let cool and chop each ingredient sep
arate. Add ouo stalk table celery, thrcn
apples, thrco ouious. When nil is chop
pod, mix with two tablespooufuls sweot
oil, salt and peppor to tnsto, and ouo
half cup good cider viuegar. Garnish
with hard boiled eggs nnd sprigs uf
How to Trrftt Rolled Uremics.
A dusty dress requires nu entirely
different modo jf treatment from n
muddy ouo. After coming in from u
dust storm it should bo removed with
tho other wraps and boutict, and nil
should bo shaken thoroughly in tho air,
nud thcu brushed off carefully with a
stiff clothohbrush which will reach in
to tho senilis. Tho velvet, if thcro is
any, should bo cleaned with a velvet
brush or n clean pieca of flannel.
A linen cloth so firm thut it will not
shed lint, wrung out in a mixture of
alcohol '111111 oold wator nnd passed
quickly over tho surfaco, will icmoo
tho light dust nnd givo n lovely finish
to tho garment. If it is hung in n warm
room for soverul hours nttorwnrd, it
will look nlmost as good as new.
How to Prepare, lluttered Apple.
Two pounds of npplos, qunrtercd, put
in a fry pan thnt has ouo-fourth pound
nt !.. ft., mill a.iittil.lft ..t.l. n.tn.l.nlf
. via uufciv. tM. oi.iiin.u ,11. li uuu-uuj.
2ouud or sugar, set m tho oven uuu lot
ihem roast slo.wly.
How to Servo Itlee With Fig Snuco.
Stonm tho rice, look over, wash nnd
chop or cut fino enough good llgs to
niako n cupful. Stow iu a pint of wa
ter, to which has Seen added n table
spoonful of sugar, uutil 'thoy aro out
mass. If tho figs aro not of thu best
quality and do not readily soften, it is
well, nfter stowing for n time, to run
them tbrougli a colander to break up
tho tough portions and mako a smooth
dauco. Put n spoouful of tho hot fig
sauco ah each dish of rico and sen e
with ploutyof cream. Rico servid i-i
'.his way roquiroB no sugar for ilrossing
And is n most wliolcsoiuo breakfast dish.
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Ruchcdund ooiism tullcgnuzonndfenth
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or domltoilet. lions of whatever kind nro
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These fluffy neck ilecornttom nnd tiny or
nnmcntnl enpes nro renlly useful E wnrin
weather wraps, nffonllng a sllglit hue suf
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A pretty Innovation is tho llttlapape of
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They aro much trimmed and nro very at
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evon n double or triple rtiftlu nrouud the
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'J'odny's llltistintlon depicts n costumo
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graduated flounce nrouud tho foot and a
nnriow tabllor of whito guipure. Hands
of whito guipure crtgodwlth iitiny puflhig
of whito nioussellne do solo onclrclo the
skirt. Tho hodlco lias u gulpuro plastron,
yoko nnd sleoo caps nnd is trimmed with
guipure blinds to match tho skirt. Tho
sleeves nro ndorncd with llttlo white
ruches, nnd tho collar nnd belt nro of gold
sntln. Tho hnt of white btrnw is trimmed
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