GIVEN TO SPAIN.
The Kingdom Must Accept All the Pence Terms
or Reject Them All.
Major McKinley Positive In Hit Determination That There Shall Be
No Halting or Quibbling—-Foreign Power* Are Interfering and
Aro Prodding Spam—The United State* Emphatic and Une
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rvachtd a* io tV advlaakllHy <>f tabia*
lanM'ii' actio* took lag ,n tV «»*•**
tin aof ik* pvwrut dyaarty aad >V
rriablisfcawat a# l» a Cartoa ea tb
thro*. of am tatafathrm
Marque. Crtalbo kaa Vo* with Itaa
Carla* at Larcrw s*v#ral days Th*
Prior* of A nut.* Malta. aad
ft«*a»T TaMartt will arrive tier* tkl.
Where meadow-lilies in the irum
Met by the unduiant i.phyr passing
Close to a deep, cool copse, where rocks
With leafy vines In wild profusion lie,
I sit And watch the gurgling brooks
The torrid heat, with murmurs of cool
Mo longer city-tired; for I have found
Bnr« eaac from the turmoil of tramp
Amonr sweet nooks and
Where some shy flower, filling a hidden
Lifts up Its smiting, heavenly pattern
Here, from the sordid world to sit
And breathe rich scents whose sweet
ness cannot pall;
To note a distant bird-song's tremu
And greet the squirrel, strong In pulse
Is more than Jubilee or carnival.
A Free and Ussy Summer.
Many persons have noticed the unu
sual number of women seen in the cars
and streets nowadays without gloves.
As a rule, a pair of gloves Is carried
In the hand or laid between the leave*
of the pocket hook, hut there Is a great- |
er prevalence this spring of ungloved j
hands than ever before.
It UP‘d to he considered n mark of
111 breeding and want of refinement to
go without gloves. Today to go without
gloves is permissible.
In trying to discover the reason for
this change I traced It to th> mannish
mess which now maiks feminine fash
ions. It was first adopted by th u ath
letic girl, who could Hot be bothered
pulling on and off a pair of gloves a
dozen times a day. Then, the athletic
girl is generally as proud of her brow n
ed. firm hands as her mother was of
her white, delieat" on-.-s. The brown
hands of the athletic girl denote no
lack of breeding and show no sign of
hard work. They are as"well kept as
those of the woman of ten or twenty
Th'*re is mo excuse today for any wo
man having absolutely unattractive
hands, no matter how badly nature has
shaped them, If she keeps them well.
The point is much more necessary to
heed now that it Is considered good
form to go without gloves. Kate Eg
gleston, in speaking of the hands, says:
"The fact that the hand looks shape
TP ggas *k paataM la awfc
»tatm 4 a*** Ik* OaHtM artitity aM
tVy Max fa* CW* artfl art —waly
**4 *1 #V* f* a<«M*a Ik* IMHM
Mini tk* iimmw a»mo» aoa a*.
*« unM otM ft**** w4l»iiwi t« **■■*
Ik* frwvv *4 Ik* kMnklk «« dM'hlp
q«? U say a*tfcta*fc
Da law tk* *o**t*Mi*fct fcaa #n«%| auk
4-i*naia*i> * Twaatp ikts# *<*»
PU* «**•*• *l faa Carla* *a4 14*
ran*. ha»» fcr.a vapor-acd **4 tk*
ortiia at* tk*a Wl Mkaat a* •*•
a*. *4i*l araapaarr nrgag
Trunr* at* s*iih*u M Aragsa.
Ci-a»#*ta a#4 Vi«, i* ta akirk (*»
iar*a tk* Cart— Mr«**vh i* «**»«--<
Tkf i • at* rum-t* «f Cam*! «*.!» *«.
la *arta«* w ft. m* as A* k*4*i poir
ares TV? at* wpartad ta lava ta
k'«« *a ana* attk aarraia at Y.ata It
llaara. a plar* south of I*.lra. la *
tfltt t ■»•*!• r»Miol ktt* fttMß
f»«t*loaa 4*rt*t** tk* Cart tvt* kti#
■wnMnl aa4*t ana* ta ft*ai aum
twr* ekoat LrrMa. *k»r* a ton of
hra<k|uartrr* k*a km** rttakllMvM m 4
ibat tk* anuawi Is rsaaia* tk*
Wfiaalak aalkorlOr* ro«a«»*r»bl» aat-
Tk* HNck Scttaaa.
Wa«kiaft-a. Aat «. Tfcrr* la a
Mirk la tfc* prac orpMlat oaa wklrh
!*ay provr arr nut Upam a* lorr ar
(*iu anr r*|M*ta tk* t*na* but Ar-
I Iter and more graceful when the mid
dle add third Anger* are •lightly curved
tin and away from the index and the
■ little Anger Is shown by the models In
lbe glove •tore windows .and while It
Is affectation to hold hands in such a
l- .suo n yet this rgeirlse to make ihr
pose natural aheiild be practiced.
I "Home one has said aomewhere that
the number of eultured generations
hack of an Individual mar he Judged
by the degree of curve In the little
Anger. Obeervation will prove this
more or lee atrue. When one sees j}
person holding a glaas or cup with the
little Anger thrust out and curved un
til It resembles a hook, a little Inves
tigation will almost invariably show
that the d -gtre for culture In that par- !
ttcuiar family and In Its newness Is
somewhat overstepping the maik. Af
fectation Is a sign of lack of breed
Meeting of Chapter A, Daughters ol
The regular monthly meeting of
Chapter A. Daughters of the Confeder
acy, was held yesterday afternoon at
the Library. After the reports of the
secretary and treasurer had been pre
sented the secretary read a numlier of
papers of new members. Mrs. Eve then
reported that she had rariled out the
Instruction of the Chanter in having
made credential cards which arc at the
dlsposal of the members, who will find
It convenient to have th.-m when they
visit other cities, whether at conven
tions or simply on pleasure bent.
A letter was read from an Indigent
Confederate veteran In Noah. Oa.. ask
ing for assistance from Co. A. It has
been thought advisable not to establish
a precedent by giving help to Individ
uals from tho Chapter as a society, but
the members or the Chapter will con
tribute as they think expedient and
raise a fund for the petitioner.
What made the meeting of yesterday
especially Interesting was Mrs. Eve’s
account of the convention at the re
union. At the September meeting of the
Chapter. Mrs. Eve will read her paper
on th* Soldiers’ Home, which created
such favorable comment at the reunion.
The question of the purchase and
maintenance of this home will be de
cided at the annual meetln-t of the
State Division nf the United Daughters
1 i,r the Confederacy in October. At that
j rime all re'orts wlil he sent In from
I the various camps of the state who
i have been sent circulars requesting -x-
Ipresslons of their opinion as to what Is
to be done about the home.
Mrs. R. B .Morris has gone to Chat
Mrs. J. W. Levy has gone to Wash
Mrs. James May left yesterday for
The Misses Benson have returned
Mrs. E. F. Brantley visiting In
Asheville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank White have re
> turned from Harlem.
Miss Maiy North'has gone to North
Carolina for the summer.
The Misses Daniel have returned from
a visit to relatives in Atlanta.
Mrs. Thomas Walton of Braidentown,
Fla., is the guest, of Mrs. Robert Wal
Miss A'.lie Eve delightfully enter
tained the Thursday Reading Club this
Miss Mary Denny of Rome, who has
been visiting on the Hill, left today for
i New York. _ ...
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*M* Tkta » t*pM4*4 IS 4«a*Maa» -
dorta* *• noiaaii am** *f t*#aMtaa as
CM aatkatnr « mm k* Mat-4 «kat
tk* kkrk I* a**f Ik IMfMtWtal taa*
tun k m mm a*M •M*nw«m4 tb*i
la «k* t*ttr tk* **ataa***a* i*
aaMta tk*l C*#t. Uma »M»'« *■**—«
tu if* anttakt *1 CM» k** aal ktaa
A* la Hi**>»
Tk- •*» - 1-.***» of tk* MiaatkM M
• taart* >a4-a *4 kr Ikt at Ita4* as tk*
mark aaiNuawtor a*4 tk* M*i* 4a
panwaat alk ti *!>•* tk* at**ik*
*4M* a tab* Tk* kiai «k*i »!**•«> »a*t
4mtta* I* aMAr ha <k* AariMo* as kM
t *t«ta*ai mi *•!> ka fart as kfaa**
raaaw M mb44l. tk. *Ha*il«a *a Ikon
i, ** ppaalklr. bat Ilia an la ff*
jlaaflr bi» * ** auw *r. aad Mtinarr *■•
frtta m—* *kai If b. bm4* a ttakbora
t*»iM*ar* b* reakl pro* met ib* tmt#
taa la <*aha tor agbi**a m. mk^
Waaklaipa* Auf 4 - It m aa4.r>
•i «4 iba< fotwaif l*ar ha* tafnnaod
M ('ataltoa that Ik. l'alt-4 Mat** will
pnaiaamtl* i*taia Manila rH» bar
aa4 harta-r larl*4lag Catrtt*. aad will
alljw tb* it pa Utah troops **aroatiag
Cab*. Mr . oaljr aid* araw. ail aiaraa.
cannon proprrt*. *tr„ to broom, oar*.
Tkrar w mm tb* principal qoott io*a aak
oJ br Afala rca.rday.
Miss Wall «f Birmingham and Mis*
Ryder nf Union Spring* *rr the guest*
of Ml** Jr*sb- Wall on Reynolds utreot.
Miss Angle Kate Poltattl left yester
day for Rlsrkville. A. C., Where she aIV
vMt her sister. Mr*. Dr. R. A. Uyls*.
for a few imjnth*
Mr*. W. F Goodrich and Mis* Lula
g|>eth left a few daya ago for tlrveit
vllle. A. C., where they will tpend the
I remainder at the summer.
fCblrens of Augutta and Georgia
and Carolina who wi*b to diaruaa pub
lic matter* In parliamentary way and
in rraaoo. will bt welcomed In thla
column. A m *v*paprr la. in a way. a
public Inal Hutton. Through It thr pub
lic. In proper bounds, have the right
to give expression to opinion and
To the Editor of The Herald—Sir:
Allow me space In your valuable paper
to make a complaint In regard to the
j cleaning of yards and lota. A few days
ago the Board of Health notified many
i parties to cut down all weeds and thor
oughly clean out tbelr yards and lots,
I removing the rubbish to the street*,
where th° scavenger would gather
th m. Thia was quickly compiled with.
i but still all over the lower end of the
! city are great piles of dirt, and grass
which have not yet been removed. Is
lit healthier to plaec thia rubbish In the
| streets, where It remains for some time,
then keeping it in the yard? I don't
presume it Is. It la surely a disgrace
i to Ot.? city to have It.-, streets stacked
| with tilts stuff and does not add to tho
I beauty or cleanliness of any one's
front property. I thl-ik this should he
locked Into et once and the proper
ones crutloned about the matter. Nu
merous people are comipalnlng.
[lt occurs that the gentleman Is a
bit too hasty. The work of the Civic
League Is responsible for the dirt —and
It was one of the beat pieces of work
on record In Augusta. The response
to the League's call for cleaning was
far more general than anticipated nnd
lit has been impossible to remove the
| dirt as yet. II Is better, to hav.» the
dirt In the streets than In the yards.
The refuse will be removed as quickly
100 FULL 'EG in ENTS.
That Sized Army Needed By the
Special to The Herald.
Washington, Aug. 4.—Peace will not
remove the necessity for a big army.
One hundred full regiments will be
reeded in garrisoning Cuba, Porto
Hire and the Philippines.
A Surgeon Says That Great Mortality
Special to The Herald.
Santiago, Aug. 4.—Surgeon Stone of
the Fifteenth infantry says the troops
are in precarious situation and -.ha:
unless they were moved the mortality
will be awful. ,
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till ftrrff TVf*.
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laiti aad tcikai la I italht
Npartal la Tk* M**ati *
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Aw» l*a*a tkaa Aa* t» ft* a*.
TkaWiii A*a t tk* Amatti aa twaata
*f* wrtkta M» mu** as OaMM **4 «W
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aad tk* aHiUary cummwNii h t*w>
dart tk* aaattira tlatai imprama—
TV t tttk atfwal rurpa ta adtwar- as
•W ni'waik l**wM**t«-saia. *-*<*»
ward la Q*w**ai dtaw* tbai N ka* i*>
«a*#M,t*f*d tk# twa4 in Adjaaia* aat a
atfwal ataitaw miabltakud PM Übt t
wa* raa rp at Aaaia ktM. amid t***
rtiika.iasm Takrtraa. Cm Mia* Atto
pa. P**raaltta (%-«*.la* A4H*<a>
Ottpat aad Aaliaaa a* I b*». uilal
ban all aat*rwd»r-«d Tk* A#«i.at4*
' wmad maa Ik**. i«ww* lowart Aaa
Inaa kr ‘nr ik* aiiark wa* mad-
TV rnwkd M as iraaapnri* #*rt**4
aM? at tfc* fort as kia* n«w*.
Ho. b. ft*** aad Malar* with «fc*tr
•lad*, war* a* boaot
Tk* * hoi tar**, aa wall a# amtnnni
lum *t*l qaart. ****•*«*' atorm kaa
br** Isad-d **4 lb- *»*n am rampci t
a*. Ik* natahlrt* of tk. lowa TVv
will ind ablp *c<» forward at oar*
Itartag I tprdltlna.
Or Hoard Journal iNapatrfc Host
Krko. Til.-<la? Ana X. «ta tk. Tbomaa.
tug A—l ar?oa»aaati-d * daring algbl
ripodlUo*. lummancl-d bp lira. St no*,
of lb. *i*«at rorfs. last aigbt. p*a*-
traitag furtkrr Into tb* Inirrtor than
•ap of ihr troop* hat. y»t go*. W#
rmrkrd Adjun.a* aa darh with a fnrrr
of 14 mountrd algoal mm Four
NudrM Apanlardr uadrr IJ.al till.
I*ulg rrtmatrd b-for. ur Tk. Amrrl
r»a» a.r* (mini on tb. rutlrr rout,
with Tlra*. flowrra. prualraUnna and
mass aa—tlng* (S*a ftioar rrataurril
Ik- Inhab lanu Th* Spanish Ignorance
of our number* only Mvrd us.
What the objcti Wa*.
Our ob)Kl war Jn ilrt.rmlne If tb.
Adjimlaa road tu Arrribo ib.nrr to Han
Juan was practicable My a flank move
ment a hundred men of lb. Second
Wlarunain will reinforce (be signal
men today, proceeding toward* Arerl
bo. The signal meo are establishing a
telegraph service. Th*» road Is utterly
impassable for artillery.
To Their Hear.
Therefore Oen. Brooke today landed
at Uuijama with five thousand men
and is proreedlng. by an exurllrnt mil
itary road, over Terlto mountain to
the rear of the &.000 Spaniards massed
at Albonlto. commanding the vital
moonlit in pass on the main road be
tween Ponce and Han Juan.
Going to Be a Fight.
The chief attacking army Is within
twenty-two miles of Albculto and Is
advancing along the main road. The
first batle is attre to be at Albonlto.
The Spaniards are strong and In a nat
ural position. Their defeat will giv.?
posaession to tha San Juan road. The
next fight will be at Son Juan, the fleet
aiding. A postal station was opened
today by Superintendent Robinson and
a fine r-ervlce Is promised. Troop* are
still landing nt Ponce.
BLANCO HARO UP.
Condition of Things as They Ate
Found at Havana.
Special to The Herald. •
London, Aug. 4.— The Madrid mil
lionaires and Cuban senatorh, Calvo,
Santos and Cuzman, have arrived from
Havana. The say the situation at Ha
vana is critical. Regarding food, there
has been no bread since two months
ago. The army had rations for only a
fortnight. Tha whole hope is In tho
Indian corn crop. Otherwise the de
fenses at Havana are so strong that It
is impossible to take ft. It Is garri
soned by 50,000 men. Tbo AnU-Carllst
preparations continue actively. The
military marches, and manoeuvre* in
the Carl Ist districts began yesterday.
The war office gazette publishes a de
cree largely Increasing the artillery
forces' field and mountain pieces.
Now Wants to Use the War in the
Special to The Herald.
Washington. Atig. 4. Hanna is to
use the poace negotiations as a cam
paign issue. For this reason and be
cause tho president does not wa.nl io
Garrison Cuba with troops till fall,
the peace.treaty may be discussed un
til the coming of cool weather and tho
time to vote.
HISS JESSIE SCHLEY.
She Is Safe in Lisbon—Has Seen the
Special to Thsj„Herald.
London. Au£ 4.—ejessie Schley is
safe in LisboiC % She saw the Queen of
Spain and wrifara an interesting letter.
IUNITEI) STATES MUST
In Manila and Hong Kon« That Is Balieved to Be
the Only Solution of the Situation.
E*-Consul Barrett Telle of the Feeling—Hold to Them or to Sell
Them to England and Japan—What Will Occur If They Are
Turned Back to Spain's Possession —The Germans Would Try
to Get Hold of Them.
COfn mQHT SPWCIAI. SV JOHN MAIMrtfTT
Mwag Aotut Aim 4-Th* mart that (
rptmttaat akKiwtay ha* ptaftwad la n
fata ib* nuitfpmws la wpa'a ka*
rwas-4 a pewfsaad satfrtas tl is taa* • I
*4 that tk* mtmwmm wealth. Ut.wc t*
saarrsa. M.aiegt. worth a*4 trad* Ha
gartaar* as tla i*ma4s am aot
by IV AamrtrtM* TV tallltav as m- j
ti*** a*4 taoM as tV Iwupm. »»• |
cpt tV Pirmav. safari Aawrtra* at
l-*4k to Mwwr* a fwar* favocata. ta
tV Aawrtra* aad aativ* t*t*»*sts
TV oaly akrtraal**#* far tV a>tua*
(mm rum as IV I*l*ads 4<*m»d ftac
t teal by IV Vat aat ho tils* hr*. rttV*
giving IV la tartar aav-raataai la tV
aailve*. Aawrtrti raatfwlltaa IV tar
Ilf Will l» Made Admiral Bfter*
The Ctrtrri Defeat and tha Contro
tar*> Growing Out of It.
Rperlal to The Herald.
Washington. Aug 4 Secretary
Uiog D busy »elreting the ranking of
ficers for the board which will Investi
gate the heroic conduct of the naval of
ficer* during the war Thi* npplle*
•inly lo Junior officer*. Captain* and
officers commanding veaael* will re
ceive recognition dtrect from the pres
ident. f rs
The nary department la all torn up
over the controversy over Sampson
and Schley. In regard to Cervern* de
feat. The investigation shows that
Schley ia entitled to the full credit. A
high official In that department told
me this morning that Schley will be
promoted to rear admiral. Sampson
will also get promotion to ibis rank. In
recognition of bis general services du
ring the war. but Schley’s promotion
will como first, and he will rank next
lo Dewey, who Is now the only full
rear admlial in active service.
Some of the Necessary Forms to be
Used In Proceeding*
United Stairs Commissioner Calvin
has received the following Information
regarding the bankruptcy law: The
lilanks now Issued are for the present
limited chiefly to such as are actually
necessary for use In voluntary bank
Such others will be issued from time
to time as eircumstane.es show. These
will be sold at a moderate price. The
blanks are sold singly or in gets. The|
United States supreme court, having
adjourned till October 10, without pre
paring the forms contemplated by the
law, the district courts must and will
proceed with suitable forms, otherwise
Scmp of the necessary forms are:
Certificate of appointment of referee,
oath of referee, bond of referee, bond
of receiver, trustee, etc., petition for
voluntary bankruptcy, for involuntary
bankruptcy, for partnership bankrupt
There are several more.
Thomas Talbott, in Charleston, 111.,
went insane from reading war news.
He declared bis family were Spaniards
and started out with the purpose to
Dewey has made a requisition for
sixty thousand bars of soap. He must
intend to clean out Manila or wash a
few Spanish wrehks ashore. Kansas
To get jammed up and knocked out
of shape in a runaway was a new ex
perience for WtiHelaw Reid, who has
a habit of lighting on his feet.
jrtga ratal>aa> aad hsaftaa »V Aakta
naval atm taa. *r miitaa iksa a* Hag
la*g aad Java If *V «Ml«*a at*
( left aat Italy la »Vm*»lta* IV Mar
waaa will safety taV *4v****** a*4
gM twaitm iw wtdia# Amartvw*
aomwata* ta IV fhiitphya** aad am*-
artag Aasertrwa lateraat* to HI A#
i If IV Wand* are tataraad to Afai*.
Amertra la gwlkp as t-artag taa me Hb»*
4rf.aa.tows aativ**. ah* at* Bow aa
«V ***** «f MVrty. t# rgfrttawr# tV
twry rcnaditioa* whlrk rwaard tV (V
j Uun fe WHHkssi
Admiral ttowwy k*» tMW 'V fhil
ipftata aad tV *w*f I* m wkit. .ta
tfkaat flam* a»w*gaf»ta altod* rwtVr
i bis if
is 11 111
He Defeats the Spaakfc Recilan
Has Captured ike Flare aid lias
Takea 500 Spanish Frbeaers.
Mani/illo Offer* to Surrender Under
Special to The Herald.
Santiago. Wednesday. Aug a.— The
Span.oh commander In Maninttlllo, ac
cording io a report brought to thU el*y
by n Cuban rourier. haa written a lat
ter to Gen. Garcia offering to aurren
d.r that place to the Cuban* If Garc*
will allow the Spanish troop* to march
out c? the rity with their arms.
Gen. Garlca Is marching on Holgt.id
aud the Cuban leader la reported here
to have gained a notable victory over
the Spanish regulars In the fighting
near ltayari. Many Spanish guerillas.
It ia asserted by tba Cuban courier.
Joined the Insurgents before the hattla
and Garcia captured the town of May
ari und took 500 Spanish prisoners.
IT MIGHT BE THUS.
N. Y. Sun.
Things one might wish could bo
Securing a bargain.
Crossing a bicycle thoroughfare.
Running a summer resort.
Attending to a customer in a shop.
The wearing of the average shirt
The paying of compliments.
The making of puns.
Having your teeth filled. ■ * 1
Having a gown fitted.
Getting a new hat.
Having your picture taken.
Sitting out a lecture, especially of the
Going to afternoon teas and pretend
ing you like them.
Keeping your temper.
Eating your way through a ladies’
Trying to appear entertained when
you are something else.
Improving your mind.
Paying duty calls.
Exercising for your health.
KNOWS ITS VALUE.
Hon. Matthew Stanley Quay endorses
Admiral Dewey’s reguisition for aoap.
He found that article veiy useful in
the campaign of 1888.
CARRYING MODESTY TO EX
Admiral Sampson continues extreme
ly modest in his praise of Commodore
A SPLENDID TRAIT.
Hobson appears to have as much
control of his tongue as he has of his
No wonder Spain sties for peace. The
king lias the measles.
From October Ist, 1898, the premises
at present occupied by the Irish-Arner
iean Dime Savings Bank at 817 Broad
street. Centrally located and well adap
ted for most any kind of business.
Apply to P. M. Mulherin. Secretary
and Treasurer, 817 Broad St.
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-v*»i a*** m tV world
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IS WHAT WOH
The < rriit ter tlf Siirrrifcr al Su
Ahsftrr Had Acknowledged That Mw
Washington D. C.. Aag. 4 —The
credit <>f the surrender of Santiago la
due to General Mllea. Aa interesting hit
of history wort anting thia statement
Come* from a high official. Oa tho af
ternoon following thr sort Is of Cervsra,
Shatter, ignorant of the destruction of
the Spanish fleet, aent hla celebrated
tllspairh rolling for Immediate help. Be
fore giving It to the public the gov
*#■’■s9' •»*' £9 jf 4
- tntnent edited It by striking out the
statement that Shafter was forced to
retreat. This threw the war department
General Alger advocated Shafter'a
plan of retreat until iciafMwamcnta ar
The President said to General Mile*:
"It appears we arc beutca what Is
i your advice?"
"Telegraph General Shafter to de
mand the surrender of the city In !♦
Tlic President, pleased with the bluff,
sent the order direct from the white
house. General Toral failed to catch on
to the bluff, and when General Shafter
subsequently telgraphed the fall of
Suntlago, he added; "In my opinion, It
closes the war.”
The President. In sending his con
gratulations to General Shafter, failed,
to mention Ihc part General Milea play
ed, hut General Mllea baa been the
"whole thing" in the executive’s opin
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