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THE EVENING PULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST 5, 1899.
STARS OF GLORY THERE.
With the Flag of Alva and of
Weyler Trailing In the Dust.
OBAND FINALE OF THE WAS.
flintier TlBrlitenril 111. Grip nml Sur
runnilrd SuiitlnKO- Heroic llmlur
nnce f lli Arm llnril Work nml
Sliort ltntlnri Vlclnrj nl l.nnt.
Caprlalit i0, by the Author.
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It1 1 j r w is riinjiij' ut Slhcney, wliilii
Z)K ) Mi gieH wir vtitliin tlm army
I'tiv rv'B'd to b itt.tliir nml jile.tiliufi
fur ini d. tlio gciicr.il nut dlpatcli to
Wm-1i tii'jioti, bettlii),' forth tlm trui- ton
ditii'ii of tha army and aslcliiK for ro.en
Tl pt vrry day tlm nuy lind declined
to ci.lcr tbo harbor, nud Luwtou repuit
Of courso tTioSpaniurd8 bad utilized
tlio truco to Btrougtliou tbolr position.
All tbeir works north and northwest of
tho town v cio unlit between tbo Od mid
11th. Shatter sajB Hint ha was con
vinced from the Mart that Toral would
When Miles arrived, Shatter announced
to Toral tbo presence of "tbo command
or of the United States nrmy," asking
him to meet him. Toral consented, and
negotiations wero then commoncod
which ended in tbo surrender of Santia
go, together with n largo military dis
trict outside. Shaftcr'g dofcrouco to
Miles needed no special emphasis. IIo
bud already doularod in n dispatch of
tlio Tth that lin was ploasod ocr tbo
proposed visit of Miles undtho opportu
nity it would afford tbo general in chief
to eee for hlmsolf tbo dlfllcnltios on
tiuntcrod in approaching Santiago.
Toral's olTer to surrondor his ontiro
corps, including outlying troops, as
tounded General Shatter. Ho was only
aiming at Santiago, and that nlouo fill
ed his mind. Tbn subject of a gonoral
turrondcr onco broached, however, ho
clung to it, demanding nil or nouo and
potting all. Yotlt is not a fact that the
Amoricans hold tlio gamo cntiroly in
their own hands, hud tbo ouomy shown
an atom of aggressiveness. Tho sol
di ors wore audor n terrlblo strain. Tbo
least iucrcaeo of tension would broak
them down, for thuy did collapso tho
instant tho strain was taken off by To
ml'H surrender. Slinftor's position on
tbo heights was n most critical ouo.
Jnst buck of bis lines woro docp river
beds, which, whon fed by tho copious
rains, would prodaco floods that barred
tho roads to wagon transportation. Tho
soldiers novcr had full rations, tho ref
ugees fared sttll worco, and tho horsos
of tho outfit lived somo died on one
third to ono-hiilt rations gfoaJs, with
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Notk to MAP.-Scalo atmnt 2,iM0 yard 1M )n., Tlio gmall quaro and croiwcs near
tho city lndtcnto hpnntnli fotts ond blockhou nmi t10 nuroUred rcRimmta tlio American
troops In position July 11 to 17. All tlio tro,vtru rmularH, except tlio Bocond and Ninth
Mawacliu8ott, SeTcntyllrBt New York nnr,t oluntccr cavalry. Tbo euns near tho
Ninth cavalry tronchoa woro Catlings; tborlj, 0f ,ie Tonth cavulry morturn. With tha
Firtt cavalry were n Colt and n dynamlta taud hotween tho Boontyflrat and Bixtb
regtmenta four fluldplocca.
od that Oarcln's Cubans wero of no
value, huggohtiug to bis chief that tbo
JnwiiliiiK army should ho doubled iu
numbers to inturo success. Moiinwhiiu
tbo tioups toutiuued to build defenses
mid cocr, working day nml night
through fcuu mid ruin. On tbo 4th Law
ton got his division in placo on tho Kl
Omiey road heights, whero it hud been
ordered to go on tho 1st, and HawlciuH'
brigade, from San Juuu hill, joined it.
The mnchluo guns and field batturleN
wero put in the front lino.
All communication had with Toral
ended with n reiteration on tbo part of
Shatter of tbo demand for surrender.
Every night Ludlow's brigade, holding
thu udunco, pnlled out of its trenches
and moved to tbo right ,tQ intrench a
usw rsition. In tbis wny tbo American
lino crept day by day farther around the
northern nud westoni hides of thu city
until ou tho 11th Ludlow closed tho
gup on tho west, mid with tbo help of u
few Cub ins extended tho lino to tho
margin of tho bay Then Santiago wus
On tho 11th njso Miles reached tbo
field, retaining of courtu tho chieftain
ship of tbo United States forces nml leav
ing Shutter, oh before, In command of
tho I . ; . ,.t Santiago. All tulli to thu
con Hie, as (ho records show
That tniy, tuo, the last shot was Hied,
marking thu tnd of thu Lomtmrdmont
begun on tho 10th. No sorious damago
was dono hy tho bombardment. A heavy
mist hung over thu vulley, and tho
mnoko of tho American guus mado a
veil fo thick thut tbo artillerists could
not io their (argots clearly. They fired
when ponHihlo at tbo Spanish trouohos
and batteries Tbo Spanish auswored
and droppid tonio shots in tho Aniori
can lines. During this ntfair the oppos
ing lattcrlm wero ubout 1,C00 yards
upurt nl t'" 'j- cish infantry 800
yards from tbo .'p.mlsli guus. Shatter
was in the trunclics of tlio falxteonth in
fantry, locating with his own uyos the
targets fur Cuptaiu Capron'spiccos, His
It"; v, swollen doublu its iiorjijul slzo,
mid hu 1 uuid for support ou tho shoul
ders of Captain Crowoll iu order to got
U tkw oyorJliflJiajftDct.
taken place. Still another said that
Shatter simply wavod tho insolent fol
low, who was vcutiug, in nbuslvo lan
guage, his drunken fronzy, to ono sido,
n Urutusliko gosturo, as much as to
say, "Away, slight man I" the real
oilcct boing that of a lion brushing off
n gnat. The correspondent struck book
and was promptly hustled from tho spot.
This lust is tho unprompted version, of
General Ludlow, who, llko ovory ouo
of tho hundred and fifty odd regular
officers whom I talked with at Camp
Wikoff, appreciates his commander, yet
decs not poso as his upologist nor as
thick and thin admirer of bis methods.
GitoiiaK L. Kilmer.
FISHING ON THE KONGO.
Tha Sad Fate of an Enlhntlutlc Hthh
t oplan Angler.
no bay. In'ull thoro wero 45,000 human
mouths to feed, bosidos 2,000 animals.
After two wocks of deliberation and
parloy Toral surrendered, und ou July
17 tbo starry banner was hoiBted over
tbo governor's paloco with ceremonies
worthy an occasion so solemn and por
tentous. Participants ucoustomod to pa
geantries doolarod that tho event and
its betting woro tbo most improsalvo in
thoir recollection, tbo tlmo honored flag,
which brought tbis now world into bo
ing, giving way to that of tho youngest
meuibor of tho family of nations. There
was but a slnglo discordant note, and
that ono so typical of all the discord
bruiting in the wako of America's
grand uprising that I may ho pardoned
for introducing tbo truo story near tho
cIoeo of this narrative.
The official programmo was that ou
tbo first stroke of tho cathedral boll, at
noon, tbo Spanish flag floating over tbo
governor's palaco should fall, und Lieu,
tenant Mi ley, ono of Shaffer's bravest
and most serviceable uids, who had
faced Muusers a hundred times during
tho strugglo, should run up tho stars
and Stripes. A moment or two bo
foro 13 loud words wero board on tho
roof of tho palace, whero Miloy and his
assistants wuro stationed, and a man iu
shirt slooves, afterward found to bo a
zealous uowBpaper correspondent, wan
Been by thoso within r.iugo struggling to
reach the halyards and rob Miloy of his
part iu tho historia proceedings. A
voico, said by somo to have boon Slinf
tor's, caliod out from tbo plaza, whero
tho American and Spanish dignitaries
woro iiBtomblod, "Throw him from tbo
roof." After a brief commotion tho first
boll Btroko of tho hour brought n solemn
bileiico oyor tbo fccouc, tho Spanish flag
was lowered, und tbo United States em
blem aroto to tho top of tho staff.
Tho flug ceremony olosod, nil oyes
turned to Shuftor, tho central flgnro of
tho group ou tho plaza. Ono witnebi
told me that tbo first glanco showed
him tho commander of tho victorious
army exchanging fist blows with tho
loatlcfcs correspondent, a terribly hu
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