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--- TORAL DEFIED GEN. SHAFTER AND MAJOR M’KINLH
THE AMERICAN GENERAL THEN ORDERED THE FINAL ASSAULT ON SANTIAGO-THE HEAVY FIGHT
ING, SHAFTER SAYS, ON THIS AFTERNOON—YESTERDAY'S KILLED AND WOUNDED. f
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II Via Ktng«n*i At »»■*
yv*t*td*y » n m!n([ fl»# ffbaf
««■ aotinm o«n. T»mi tba
Brsrtah (omnixln lht< by
praaldrnt MKlnVys <ttr*< tton
the ftpaelah prep—ttt»n «• *«r*
render If the yantaon «sr* al
lowed to beve Mantlago with
•Mr arms. »M rejected. and «h*
United male* ««uM • crept no
term* twit ImroetllAtr wM un
conditional aurronder. Oen.
Torsi replied In a brief note.
He rejected Major MrKMtrj't
proportion and would dteouea
no other term* than thoae sus*
Bested by hlmaeif. At *:U Orn.
Shatter notified Oral. Toral that
armistice would be terminate!
and bosttltttes reetuned at four
©’clock. At the aame time be la
aued Inatructlnna to each of the
division command* to prepare
for a fiesb attack or the Span
tah works. Theae order* wore
promulgated from Agundore*
to Caney. When the courier
left with a dispatch Ju*t be
fore four the artillery was pre
paring to open on the Spanish.
A heavy storm came on In the
afternoon, however, end the
work of attack was seriously in
terfered with. Signaling was
practically halted and what
work was done by the fleet and
land artillery was In the nature
The dynamite guns have been
trained on the Spanish block
house with such absolute pre
cision that the first shot will ob
literate it. The American sol
diers slept in the trenches last
GENERALS WHEELER, YOUNG AND LINARES. .
Three of the opposing ge A eral 3 of Santiago are Major General Joe
leader; Brigadier General S. B. M. Yonng of the regular army and General Linares,.the Spanish commander.
TfN CIWTA A WSBK
THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
VOU ME VIA.
Right Patterlfs of light artll-
My are in pqsitton. and the
atege tuna last landed ware
r«"•<!> fur Ai iiofi lit 4 f hi* morn*
respondents of the Aaeoctatci
Ptiii utter non®; **Onr
lift** cannot tw» mi.lf mom ef
frrttvr. Mm If n dinner offrm to
(■crease our etnngth I win take
advantage of It. I artll w>t be
surprised if wa have Santiago la
three day*. - '
At Caney there are f.m ml*-
ffiblf rr fycifa from stn fit
old men. women and children,
whom the Spaniard* permittud
to go Into aur tinea to get food.
The plight of theae people la
Aguadorrs, via Kingston,
July It.—The Brooklyn. Teia*
and Indiana, under Schley,
began the bombardment of
Santiago fit 5:15 Sunday after
noon in obedience to a request
frem Shatter. The warship*
lined up from the east to tho
west, a quarter of a mite from
the store end fired over the
limestone cliff*. The bom
bardment continued one hour.
The damage Is not known.
After about thirty - five
sbet* were fired from eight
inch guns. Schley became con
vinced that the Brooklyn*
tire was falling short and or
dered a cessation, permitting
the battleships to continue,
they, with larger guns, hav
ing a longer range. The shots
were fired with great delibera
tion and at intervals of two
minutes. Signals from the
shore announced that tho
shcHs fell one thousand feet
abort and a Ittile to the left of
btt Spanish pooMion At dusk
the squadron rented firing and
Schley teal n launch to fob
•bore to nak Shatter If ht de
sired (be firing continued dur
ing tho night.
The Attack Today.
(Special to The Harold ]
The men of the at my toy on
their arm* last night and the
attack wa* begun by (Jen. Shat
ter’s forces this mornieg. Own.
Shatter went word to the VVaste-
Ington department early la the
day that the firing of the morn
ing wa* confined to the navy
and to the artillery. He also
wired the war department that
he expected to bring on a gen
eral engagement this afternoon.
The Spanish are replying with
vigor when provoked, and there
are a number of American*
wounded already It cannot be
said what the Spanlah loss la,
but It is known that Sampson’s
ghelij. yxdirj’Uai want right into
the heart of the city.
Killed and Wounded.
Washington, D. C., July 11.—
The following repart of casual
ties in the first dlvison at San
tiago yesterday was received at
the war department shortly be
fore 1 o'clock:
‘'Playa del Este, July Sl.
Killed: Capt. Charles V. Row
ell, Private Peter Nelson.
Wounded: Lieut. W. U. Luetz,
Privates W. J. Ausch, Chas. W.
Leutikt, United States infantry;
Nelson Gltlsort, Jr., 21st Infan
Fleet Not Heard From.
Washington, July 11—Sec
retary Long, Admiral Slcard,
t'apiala 4 a ban and Captain
(’rowntastjlrid. of lb# naval
war bohtM. grv In roofarwar#
with the Praaldant Sacfgtary
Iking states] In hla opinion the
■ fleet had ao far taken no part
IB today* tngaaamant. Other
wise, be said, aampaon would
have reported, which he had
Washington. D. C.. July 11.
—On leaving the conference
Secretary 1/>ng said nothing
had been received Indicating
that • decisive engagement
wa* on at Santiago. The sec
retary said be expected to get
new* of the fall of Santiago at
any hour, but added, however,
that his expectation wa* based
largely upon hi* hope*. The
indications are. he said, that
all truces *re off and that tha
final struggle may even now
Telegram From Shelter.
Washington. July 11. The
wat depaitment at 2p. m.
made public the following
from General Shafter, received
early this morning:
' Playa, Sunday. The navy
promised, after the bombard
ment begins, to get In close to
the harbor with come light
draft boats. If bombardment
tomorrow (today) is not
quickly conclusive, they will
make the attempt. As soon
as Henry’s reinforcements ar
rive, we surround the town,
and can knock It io pieces with
our light guns. My plans for
tomorrow are to keep up bom
bardment of the trenches and
the city and complete the in
vestment on' tba northwest by
the troops which have just ar
rived at Ciboney, one regiment
of which, the First Illinois,
has just reached m.?.”
Soon after noon today the
following was received:
‘‘l regret to report Captain
Rowell, of Second infantry, kil
The Claims on In the Federal Court
Atlanta, Ga., July 11.—The fee of
several lawyers represented in the fa
mous Eagle Phenix receivership case
were taken by the United States court
this morning. It will require two weeks
t otry the claims.
The Cincinnati belt Old Point Comfort
Norfolk. Va., duly 11.—The Cincin
nati left Old Point this morning. The
colliers Abaranrht and Alexander are
still here. All belong to Watson's
TV Nebraskan* Ordered te Report
(By Aas-'-lsted Press]
Washing!;*. July U.— Aryan's reg
iment of infantry la ordered to Join
Lee at Jacksonville.
! Tba Seventeen International Sea*ton
Nashville, Trno.. July 11.—Tha 17th
vent Ico closes Its session with an ex
cellent program at the Centennial
Park tonight. While Ihe attendance
this year ha* not been a* large a* waa
expected, the exorcise* have been "of
the most interesting nature and pro
ductive of much good. The program for
the rleaing day began w‘tto oariy morn
ing prayer mept'nga at seven rhurche*
and the daily quiet hour service at the
Rev. J-). '*7B SO9 . .78905, .9087. .6..
gospel tabernacle was conducted by
Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman, of Philadel
phia. The rjmmtttee conferences were
held al the various churrhe* fu’lowed
by officers' conferences. The junior
workers' eons renoe on school methods
at the First Cumberland Presbyterian
church was presided over by Mr*. Jas.
L. Hill, of Hales. Maas.
The Great Army at Camp Thomas On
Chickamatiga. July'tl— The great ar
my at Camp Thomas la new being
equipped with all possible haste and
supplies arc reaching the camp by the
carload. There Is an Impression among
the officers there that there will be
a heavy movement during the coming
week. The First Ohio cavalry leaves
tomorrow, its preparations for depart
ure being complete. It i* said the en
tire First corps will get away tv-fore
the end of the week. The Second bri
gade. First corps, may get awoy to
morrow or Wednesday. The departure
of this brigade depends upon the abil
ity of the official* to get transports to
The Olivette Ready to Sail For Hamp
ton Roads With Them.
[Copyright by Associated Press.]
Guanianamo, July 11. —The Olivette
SHAFTER, SAMPSON AND GARCIA HOLDING A‘COUNCIL Oil|
Tho war conference in the camp of the Cuban general Calixto Garcia, at Acorraderoa between («■
General Slinfter and Rear Admiral Sampson is likely to prove historic because of the fact that it marked
beginning of definite hostilities against the Spsntßrds tty the combinad anny and navy of the United States iM
tion with the Cuban army of The conference took place in a. hut, and on guard abon, the thnu|
leaders were live brawny negro sentries,’ naked io the waist.
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MF.SPAOE FROft PRESIDENT
flaj. IVKlatay Thanks Mr Howard
Murphy For a iTsau Card.
tn Its imop of tha 4th Inst. The liar
aid apoka of tha magnificent hill of far*
and tha axquialta menu card for that
day's dinner at tha Arlington hot-*!
that night Clark Howard Murphy, who
la up on at ary thing pertaining to tha
running of a firat-clasa holal. directed
on* of tba menu* to Preaidant McKin
ley. al Washington, simply .enclosing
one of hit own card*. Tn hit surprise
and gratification. In this morning's
mall. Mr Murphy received the follow
Executive Mansion, Washington.
July Btb, 1898.
My Dear Sir:
In the President'* behalf, permit me
to express bis sincere thanks for (he
handsome atueeulr card which you
have been good enough to send him.
Assuring that your courtesy in Ihi*
matter Is thoroughly appreciated. be
lieve me. Very truly your*.
John Addison Porter.
Mr. Howard H. Murphy,
CAF*T. IWIGGS MARRIAGE.
An Account of It Telegraphed the
The following narrative of the
Twiggp-May manage in Savannah this
morning is telegiapbed to The Herald
by Mins Florence uold'ug. society edi
tor of the Savannah (Ga l Press:
Capt. John D. Twlgg*. Jr., of Augus
ta, and Miss Ida C. May. of Savannah,
were marrted this morning at the res
idence of the bride's grandparents,
Mr. and Mr*. Mrs. Moses A. Cohen.
Rev. Jcfcn L. Scully, of St. Paul’s
Episcopal church, performed the cere
mony. The groom was attended by
Mr. Stuart D. Boyd, of Atlanta, as
The bride entered with her father,
Dr. W. F. May, who gave her away.
She was attired, In a dainty gown or
white organdie with white leghorn hat
trimmed with pink roses and chiffon.
The groom wore hla fatigue uniform
of white duck, with military trappings.
A wedding breakfast, followed the
ceremony, after which Capt. end Mrs.
Twiggs left for Macon, to remain until
he Is ordered to the front.
Don't try to reduce flesh by acting as
your own barber.
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