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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, FED. 7, 1912.
The War Fifty Years Ago
j i " 1 ' l V
Victories of 1861 on Land, and Sea First Christmas
In Camp End of the War With England Scare.
Specie Payments Suspended by (he Leading Banks
of the North the Country Drained of Coin by the
United States Treasury For War Purposes John
Ericsson, Builder of First Monitor,-Tests His New
Craft at New York Military Situation at Close of
1861 Federal Naval Triumpjis on the Carolina Coasts.
y Captain CCOH.ce L. KILMER, Lite
U. 5. V.
(Copyright by American Press Aasocla
ON Dec. 2t. lift) ji'urn ago. I In
I'Ydernl tioupt In front uf
Washington eelibratr-il tliolr
.' first ChrlMiuns In cninp. jfntiy
of tliu twin wvto umtiwvrcil with ty
ffgruwu. War irluii-rn uf both von
leading nrmlei wen- anxiously await
ing I lie re-ull of ln.'gutl:itloim on foot
or tliejr cxvluiupp. TliN wim tin- Ornt
peiiem! holiday liy tin1 troops oti rlllirr
Mill'. Thanksgiving In Ifrll wur, not n
national liollilny In tin' nnrtli. Tlie
governors nf Maine iiinl Mnssaihuvttri
Imil Issued n TliniiWMiig prueliinia
Jinn tiiij tliv day win olnenril In t lie
tlsuul way liy the Miilne uud Miixsn
chuitctttt truOM In the Held. In ISM,
however, Koldlerlug Him snili n new
experience t tin t the men were not In n
tuoutl (o mul.e merry In ciiinp. All
iuouh In the Federal navy ns tho Modi
tor. It was just 100 days from tho
laying of tho keel plnlo of the vessel
to her InmicJiliiR mid clnlsteiilnj:.
Three of (ho lending liiunttfiicturliiK es
tablishments o( New York were work
ins day mid night m the different
' Uric-agon win an I'lithuslmt. but had
hud dlffleillty In getting the navy offi
cial Im order him to build his novel
engine of nur, It was ut Unit rejected,
but by n trick r.rlesson was broueht
liefore the boanl nnd been me no wnriu
til up by objections of the oltlclalx that
lil exclaimed, (ienllcuieu, nfler what
I have on Id I consider It to be your
duty lo ttii country to Kite me an or
ilir to build the vessel before I lenve
this room." He was Invited to call
again ut 1 o'clock. He did so and.
after nn hour'x argument, wan again
dismissed mid asked lo cull again at S
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A.. VICTOll AT WILSON'S CltllUK; MQ.
ttilH.wus changed the second year, and
Chrlstiuua eiecliilly wan celebrated
heartily on both sides of the Hue.
On tho '.'Oth W. II. Seward. Lincoln's
secretary of state, announced that tho
Confederate commissioners, Muson uud
Blldell, Who were confined ut Fort,
Wnirei.would,be net free. The iii'yvss
put u n end to, public ugltatlou over n
tbrealeued -war with ICugluud. This
declslou had long beeu uwultcd. uud
the people of the noitli felt relieved,
qs ths probleui "ns nettled at hint. I
i About this time a project for laying
tubiuuilue telegraph lilongf'tlie miuthi
Atlantic uud gulf cousin to connect
the Federal army and nuvy posts was
Under consideration In Wushlustuu.
Bubmurlnc iclegruph wiih In Its In
fancy. Slinit Htretches were working
satisfactorily on both coutluenU. but
the long cable uuder (be Atlantic had
ceased to transmit coon after It was
laid hi 18IS. Cyrus Field' Idea was
clung to In Bplto of his failure to con-"
nect America nnd Kugluud with the'
cable which failed In 1803.
Dec. 30 was n day to date from in I
the finances of the noith. The banks
in New York, Boston and Philadelphia
suspended specie payment owing to
heavy loans In coin made to the.Uulted
States treasury for wur puiposes, Tho
crisis 'led to tho Issue of United Mates
legal tender notes and fractional cur
'rciK'.v lu denomination from 2 cents up
wind, thoo'e uuder f being called
"shlnplasters." Tho Irouiodluto causo
of the Husncii'lou wu.s the Inslatcncol
by the United Slates treasurer that .
all the loans made to the government I
to carry on the wur must be paid In
Ericsson's Naval Wonder.
On the last day nf the year the en
gine mid (impeller of Join! Krlcswou's '
Ironclad mjrluo wonder were tested lu
New Ynrk nnd worhed satisfactorily.
This little venst'l afterward became fa-
and went from that Interview with so
thorlty to iK'gln nctlou ut once uud not
wait for h voutruct, for that would bo
sent on by mail. Before tho contract
was Hlgueirthu keel platen for the Urst
Monitor hud passed through the roll
The dosing weok, of December wns
free from exciting war' enterprise. I
There was u skirmish In Kentucky und
auother in Missouri. On tliol!Stli of tho
month ut Sacramento, Ky.. Nathan
Bedford Forrest, famous Confederate
raiding chief, made his debut ut the
head of u cavulryi column. At Mount
.Ion. Mo., the Third Missouri cava)-
ry and Blrge's sharpshooters defeated
n Confederate furoo estimated at 000,
Naval Victories of 1801'.
But for the navy the northern side
would have ended the year with little
cause 'for rejoicing over Its martial j
ucuivvciuciit up lu mui uiuc. ii urfiuui
to blockade the thief southern seaports 1
as soon ns uontlllllist were declared.
All the ships In forefgn waters were
ordeied home fur this purpose, but ns
late ns .Inly'the foreign governments
were disposed to claim tbut the block
ade was not as effectlie as Is required
by International law. lu other words,
the ports were lawfully opened to fom
merce If neutrals were so disposed. In
the United Stales congress llself the
rlfhl lo blockade uny seaports was vig
The south, of course, claimed that
the ulnckiuli was a failure. Not hav
ing a navy they made no serious at
tempt to make good their contention
In this tespeu. Al ll.ilve.'ton. lu .Ml
glut, n Confederate shore bullory lire
Into the hlockndcr South Carolina. It
had no other result ttiiu to inline the
plucky inmiuunder of I lie hh!p lo hiyj
closer lo shore nnd tos:t shelH at the
butleiy, regardless of Ihp to'vn lxlilutl
It. In. October, however, there wim s
iplrlled nctlou off the mouth of the
Mississippi bctnVen several blockailers
stid the Confederate Iroucl.td Manns
sus. The ram gut lu n stroke k
ent I lie Federal ships about tliolr busi
ness, but wus so badly damaged her
self that she had to retreat. Somu of
tho Federal ships grounded and were
ultscked by, wooden ilverlwuts which
tho Confederates had cunrcited Into
warships. One of thshlps was aban
doned und the rest got away. The
bloikadcrs on the gulf, coast were
very vigilant. About the close of the
first your they were organized Into two
.dMsloits, one called the Ks it Gulf
squadron ana tho other the West nulf
The Warships' Attacks on the Coast.
Tho two successes of the navy In
battlo durlug the year were not gntued
by vessels assigned to dnty ns block.
udcrs. They were won by naijil ex
peditions fitted out specially to make
conquests on the const. On Aug. SS-'Jft
the fleet commanded by Commodore
Htrliigbam sailed up to the North Car
olina coast at Uatterus nml 'bombarded
Forts Hatleras and Clark, which
guarded the channel to Pamlico sound.
By a clever stroke In sailing he
brought his vessels Into position so
that they concentrated their fire upon
the forts, but escaped tlie missiles
which the Confederate guns hurled at
llictn. This was the first uaval victory
uf Importuuce ln,the war., It was nlso
the Urst success at arms oflmiwrtancv
which the north could boast.
A few weeks later a still greater ex
petition under Commodore 8. F. Dil
pont attacked the forts at tho entrance
to Port I loyal sound, South Carolina.
"uslHg very much the same tactics thai
won the day forStrlnghomut llalterns.
Dupont so handled Ills ships thut they
suffered very little from the guns ut
the'forts which tbey attacked. These
were two In number-Forts Walker and
Beauregard. They stood on opposite
sides of the very narrow channel.
Dil pon fs success nt Port Royal led
Immediately to tho capture of. Beau
fort, nn Important seaport. Troni this
base Dupont explored tho coast of
South Carolina und Ccorgla'to the
sou lb and occupied several points of
strategy which would sene the Fed
erals In a future attack upon Savan
nah. Confederate Victories on land.
On lund the Confederates easily bore
off the honors of tho year lu subslan-
tlal results from fighting excepting In
Geuernl Beauregard's stroke In cap
luring Fort Sumter" was the beginning.
That look place lu April, Two months
after that Ceuenil 3. 0. Magruder re
pulsed at Big Bethel, Va.. a Federal
forco which had been sent out from
Fortress Monroe by General B. F. But
ler. The Federals were advancing In
the direction of Illchmond. but did not
Intend to strlko that point. However,
Msgriidcr was u sort, of, longdlftiinco
defender of Ulchmond. mid his victory
led to great rejoicing lu tho Confed
In a little over n month after Big
Bethel General Beauregard won nnotli.
er triumph which was pleasing to the
south, at Munassus. It Is true tbut tho
Confederates ,c)ld hot follow up their
advantage at Bull Bun and enpturo
Washington, dlstaut oulyilwonty miles.
But that vns(-not itbe game which
Beauregard was pluylng that day. Uo
wss attacked by n strong force which
had marched out of Washington In
tending to gostrul2ht across Virginia
to-Rlchmond. Since Beauregard held
up this march when It wus only a day
old he deserved the credit for victory.
In another month nt Wilson's Creek,
Mo.. General Ben McCulloch with n
Confederate force defeated a Federal,
army which General Nathaniel Lyon
led against blm. Lyon's object was to
prevent the Confederates under Mc
Culloch uud General Sterling Price
from getttug n foothold La southwest
ern Missouri. Lyon made a good tight
nnd was himself killed In a charge.
Ills force was outnumbered nud was
compelled to ntrcul. This battle, was
sometimes called "the Bull Itun.of the
In another month I ho, affair at Ball's
Bluff. Va.. added to thw Federal dis
asters of the J car on land. There wns
nothing Important' nt Issue at Ball's
Bluff, but the tunning repulse of the
Federal force so close to ton muln Hues
of the Federal urtuy and to Washing
ton Itself, was ii victory which ihp Con
federates naturally made I lie most of.
On July 11 the Confederates Inst the
decisive, battlo for Western Vlrgluln. at
Itlch Mountain and on the 13th? Car
lick Ford. These two actions virtual
ly gave the Federals the control of
western Virginia throughout the war.
The Armies' In Winter Quarters.
The closing week of Ittli found the
contending armies of the civil wur In
winter quarters. Federal and Confeil
erstt, facing each other or prepared
to ilow. '. I " '
The Confederates .were everywhere
on I lis, defensive. Hunting on their own
soil. It was policy for them to play a
waiting game, The enemy must t
tack tbeaj lu order to prosecute the
war. iOu t! other hand, the, policy
of'tto Federals wus agresslve, except
around Washington. The un!tul must
be kept out of. the hands ut the Con
federates st nit' cost. An extensive
Uixhi of forts was built on the Vir
ginia side of the Potomac. Inclosing
Washington In a semicircle. These
fofts were built by the troops lying Id
ramps around W'ashlugtou uud Alex
andria, The troops were kept under
constant drill, In the west tho troops
In the grcut camps yrvre nlso drilled,
with n view to assuming the offenslyo
nt a day's notice. The leaders uf the
brigade mid divisions were nearly all
olUcem of the icgular army, Tliu lend
ers lu the Confederate urmy were also
odliers trained at West Point, uioit of
whom had sVcu itiU lu MsiWo.
FAST m BY
FLYING AS f'i
A REAL SPORT MOSQUITO EGGS
Motion - picture men ifciolnplfMieil
piinlu lively work nt the gre'nlj Durbar
held nt Delhi, India, InM Deeeinbi-r.' '"
Patrons nf n score or more nf liioV
Ing. picture thrntcrs ut Manila;' l'hllli
plne Islands, nre lountlug thdliiM'IWs'ns
extremely fortunate', In hnvtnrf enter
prising men tit the Iicml of amusement
enterprises. In that the Inirlmr tcrc
monies, which were of world-wide In
terest, were I'cplcted on (lie screen nt
the Philippine capital In about' twenty
dajs from the event ItMlf
Manila tfmotrlfnl managers nro sub
scribers to the hcFt film service obtain
able. Tbey refuse lo illsplav liny of.
the old or ohiwilcti' lllins which lilinlrn
The grand tnte entry of King
George, Cinponir nf-'lndln. lit Diliil,
India, wns lilheii on the groimit, Tb
film wns shlppid to Iiigliind by llrst
steiimshlp nnd two liour nft'r arrival
a copy of It was Im II wn to the
Phlllpldnes hnd ilrilveil'tliire In reconl
time to be given Initial present itlon
on the cvhiImc of Jn unary C.
RECORD IS MADE
NOHKOl.K, Vn.. Jnn 22 Drinking
all former records for distance over
land, it wireless message w.is reeflvnl
st the Norfolk Nnvy Ynnl today from
the Mure Island naviil station The
InesHiigi. wits riselveil nt the govern
ment wireless stntlon direct fiom Mine
Island. The messnge read!
"Wireless ininiiliiuliiitliin with enst
nnd west cnant Is Improving
lloi.olol i tonlglil will cilehrnte the
bmidreittli ai.iiUci.'nry of the birth of
('buries Dlikins. The Dlrkcnsvecnti li
my Is being uSisc-Md the world over,
but nowlieie with umrc eiithusl.isiii und
tiiHlcrl.iudliig II. an In lloiiolulu, where
nduilrcrs of the glint novill'I ill'.-num.
The celeliinllon will t.iko pl.ue nt
D'.Nlcs Mtinorlal llnll, bclunlng lit
K : 1 .' o.!ocl(. nnd n .Jcnrral luvltalloit
Is exterded lo the public to lilting.
No iidml-sloii Is charge,!. The pro-
era m Is ns follow:
Hull Autumn (words by "lia Dlolt-
eusi: (i.ilin Che Club
The lnlltlelicii of'the llirly Life o
DMielis on Ills Wtltliuc
iMIas Aiilolnctttt .1 I'ostir
Kong 1 lie Ivy Green .Miss Ciilluls
Die kens and Child I-lfo ,
A Coral Miss Collnls
A Hkeich from The Old I'urUnlly
Khop.. Mr. nii)l Mis Ucsell
Plcttlri-s fronj the Vik of .liliiiens
I'crley 1,. Ilnrnn
A. Lewis will speak- briefly on til"
siil Jet I of u permniunt meiunilal of
(be meat nnvillst.
Prcsl.Unt A. P. (Irlrilth's of O.ihii Col-
lege will piesl'dn nt tho Ineetlng.
The inessiun' received today Is the
Urst the government ever rcclv'cd dl
leet from Mare Island, u distance of
3000 miles The liitssage whs sent en
tirely o.irl.nul mid the distance Is
greater b sevirul hundred miles tbnli
uny other ini'ssugn wus ver sent.
,. ul,.( . . -I.. ... , ..,.. ..Il.l. ! ,, itltlV'InV tl , tr.n A? Aft.
I that li.ivc been used by dlscovliers In j er lying dormant In Inrwic for.no.OOO,
1 the urt of II) Ing. the Portland lingo- ;00 years, two mnsaultues wire born
iilmi snys: , (In Wartlmitoii a d.iy or so ago. Al".
, Percy M. Pllchr stnrtud his IIUIils by ' ljelnirtulnd ttmt they were yel-
ntlnchtng n lord lo horses and asiend- l,,w f"'1" "'"I""""'. J"l I"-" '' "
! Inj Ilk-n kite ns th.y went nt ii gnllop '"" " Ontrnl Aimrkn today, tbey
t Whfll he rendu d the deslrisl height lis"'"- Imir.caiiitely iciitfd.
I ,r..i.,ii.. I.,..,, nt. i i.ia i....n. i ih rmiit I fimflo time ago Assistant KiCretary
land dropped the iomI, the I. He b.ivinx
' b collie on nerophuie.
Octave Chiinlitu Inventcil several mil
ililncM Mlli which experiments m
made lij Ills assistants ncur I'likiii-o.
due wns ii I (plane, glldir Willi n stern
i-iidiler. nuotbir had live pairs nf wings
nud n third had n system of nrtleulnled
wings working n a pivot.
Tor short flights the glhbr may sup
pli.ut tbn power-driven neroun- lluv.
lug no eintllie, II shoubl be cheaper. Ile
Ing llghti r. It must bo more poi table.
lb-lug abb- lu'susti'lii Itrr-lf In face of I
n gale perilous or tntnl to n pow'cr mn
ehtne. It rhollld be snfir. Illivillg fi'W-
jir devlcei for llliibt, It has fiwtr parts
IJInble to break down, nnd fur this rea
son ulo should bu snftr. To operate
It successfully iiipilres only that up
pientlci st.lp to the birds of width 1.1
Ilcutl'iil spoKe In the lourso of years
te.irnlng to il uiny bicoine as miub n
pmt of a i hllil's ilevirnpiiHiit ns learn
ing to walk, swim nnd ride n horse lie
may Ihen learn to do one ns readily ns
lot iIim-s the others.
of HtatO Alvuli Adfe n l lived a Miinlt
in .utii- pi-i-lilstorle deposit from Ilrn
rll. Mr Ailte Is n clienilst, nnd aim
llng the lock ound two minute lar
vae 'I'ti'is nstotilslted Mr. Ail( greatly
Mo sent tb, i iiiir.onlr limits to the
Aurleiiltural Department for furtlur
isi'leiitine inveMlgiit'on t'lnlcr treat
ment the lerv.ie promptly developed
Into niagnllici nt iiiosuultoes.
As tin Icrsfttc were finiiul In the In
terior nf Ilia, l oil, tl." Siiillbsoul.-in In
stitution xpsits regard the age nf the
oorth as ciivhrTu fiom CO.OOO.OOO to
00,000,(110 years, the tiTliilmum llsuio
has liii m!ip(e,l us the probable ngu
f the Itrukllt.vtl llloy,pilloes
FOR JAPANESE ARMY
M:W Vi IRK. N V. J.in 22 ffiiit
Japan l pkiuuliig to furnish Us unity
Willi dirigible balloons nud living ma
chines u-tuf revinleil tml.i), b lUrr '".
II Tbe.wiill. pilot of the Herman nil -ship
Pmslf'il, who was n passenger on
l.onr-j tbv tli unship Vlcioiiii I. ills, , nf
Plare lour hnlul nil llu litiUi of . tlie ltmnhtir.j-.oii rk-ni l.loni lln l.im
llanaliilu's business wnrlil by being bls a to Japan to uimtriii-t live ,11
n ronsliilil reniler nf the WiiM Ail n U'le 1 1 in .,,s oi in,- Parsifal type for
geetbill nt tlie II II I I el In, I the .fll'111--, ato
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I want you to try at my expense, not your.
All I want to know is what you want to be
cured of, I have made it, convenient for
you to tell me this by simply puttinc a cross
X matk ticfore the symptoms you have on
the attached coupon or wiite me a letter in
your ov, n words about anything of a private
nature (man or woman) that you want me
to know. I rcatite that 1 must help you
and get your cbod will II 1 expect you to
recommend mc to others. Ana you mutt
fiellei e that my remedies are ccnuine, and
Out I do cure, otherwise I could not afford
this expense ol advertising.
The Vast Majority of Patients I Treat Are
Thoso Who Hare Failed With
You msy feel dftfoursge J on account of past fall.
uresi patent niediclneemay have proven wnrihtt si
your tioma doctnr may hae exhausted himself
even pionouncoitvniircaie Incurable but Hi is des
not prove th.it I cannot help you and that I may
cureynu. Tlieworstcatrsmmetoine. Slyttlat.
meiit itviy lie a saiprise- to you. twt asiJe yuur
doubts, try imcemoiv. Try al my espciue. You
have lulhiog to lose.
Accept My Liberal Offer !
It Places You Under No Obligation Whatever to Me
1 repeat you are umlrra'i obligation to accept this free offer, No contracts; no express
charges. 1 v. ill pay the postage myself and dtVvcr the treatment right to your own door
without cne cent of expense to you. Do not drjay; do not argue. Just say to yourself
"if Dr. JUocli lus so much confidence In his ability and his treatment to go to all this
expense 1 am suing to let him try." Put a cross mark before the symptoms you hive;
sign our name and address to the attacluil coupon, cut it out and mail it to rue today.
It will obligate you to nothing. Just let me try to help you. Address ' '
FILL OUTVhUApplicaUon and Send it TODAY. D F'Wi JIRQCH.Dept. 1082,So.Wnb;SshAvc, Chicago, U. S. A.
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