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wrr* ***aptod by thous *bo wire not
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of ffce egcwjr** *hlp* were eagerly not
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« Hp* parallel with Ihr beachra of M»
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of the P*#ig rlytr. Tl*r* wrr* no gap*
ID Ih* Hue. but th* rurtoua public hard
ly rralJaad Ih# ktap* r 'lf b*tw*m tb*lr
gtrwt gun* and lb* piece# taouufc'd or.
our fogiWcat ion*. Borne hod g!aa#*»
and other# w#ti* without: but *ll *r«n
*d la devour with their rye* tk— |
ktr tngt r# who. while brave, wrrr not
'atlird upon to allow thr'.r courage rtner
1 the range of their guna and the weak
er** of our batteries enabled them to
pmaerve thrlr Impunity übii* doing
us m much harm a* they plraard.
Remark* of the People.
All appreciated the Impunity with
Wl*ka tiiv tt«U!d luAuo-iiVirtu,
08 If cn • tuurotacf pl>^Bd• , '. were full
of *«ch rag* and drsperntion a» b«»-
long* to th© br*v.? man who ran make
tso utr of bla eiursgp; to whom re
main* no remedy except an honorable
death rather than » cowordly Inactivity.
A joldler of the l-'lrwt battalion of
Cggadot'c* gated *t the aquadron
*v. ■ dug Over Ike water* out of reach
of the fire of our batteries. looked out
gt the abipa and then towurd hewven.
saving: "If Holy Mary would turn that
tea into land the Yankee* would find
out how we can charge In double tlm© "
And a crouching native atarlng out at
thn ehlpa aald. "Juat let them come
nahere and give ua a whack at them
On they atood at full Bpc©d In column
of battle heading for Cavlto with the
decision due to a aensc of safety and a
firm asaursnee of aueccaa.
The Fight S«*n From Manila.
For more than an hour and a hall
ttu* bombardment belt! Ip suepeuae
thoac wbou.' souls followed the unequal
struggle in which the Spanish ships
vreat down with their baugei* Hying.
Whht wus going on In the waters of
Civile? From Idanlla we saw through
glares, the two squadrons almost min
gled together to the clouds of smote.
This was uot far from a triumph-for
our side, comrttt.Tirtg the weakness of
out butteries. For, ones alongside the
enemy, the cry, of “Boarders A waft*"
sad the flash of' cold staol might have
enobied onr devoted seamen to disturb
the ealm In which watches and Instru
ment* tveiv* regulating and directing
these engines of destruction. In the
blind doss of our rage how should we
paint the heroic deeds, the prowess,
tbo waves of valor which burst forth
from our men-of-war? Those who
fought beueoth the Spanish flag bore
Ilfemselvcß like men, as chosen sona of
our native laud who never measure
forces, nor yield to superior forces in
the hands of an enemy: who would
rather die without ships than live tn
ships which have surrendered.
To name those who distinguished
themselves in battle would require the
publication of the entire muster roll
of our ships, from captain to cabin boy.
To tli. ok victorious seamen of ours we
•offer congratulations: laurels for the
Uvics; prayers for the dead; for all,
our deepest gratitude.
Slncj we cannot reconstruct, the
bloody scene which was .exhibited last
Sunday In the waters of Cavite, we will
not attempt a description, which would
(jjtfy.b# a pale shadow of great deeds
deserving a perpetual plate In the
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[ not *t«pprd ter **if-4*vot«4 rkarg*.
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Olympia, aiming to *tt*rk her. Then 1
a tlwstr of project!la* awrpt tk*:
bride* and dacha Ailing tfc* rhip with
I drag and wounded
Heroes and martyr* whom the na
tion will remember aa long a* It *o
A dew** column of amoke from Ih#
hot*-compartment abowrd that an In
cendiary projactlla. aurb aa the law of
Ood and man prohibit*, had rat Ore to
tbr crutaer The *blp. Mill harping'
up her Are on lb* tmemy. withdrew
toward the artetMl, where ahe waa sunk
to keep her from falling -nto the
hands of the Yankees.
The de*per»tl°n of the men of lb*
llrlnn Cbriatlnn was *grrnrnted by the
sight of the Castilla also In a blaie.
from * almtlar use of Incendiary pro
The principal ships of our little
squadron having thua been put out of
action, the Yankee resscls, aom* of
them badly crippled by the Are of our,
ahlpa, and the batteries at Point Sang
ley, atood out toward Marlrrlrs and
the entrance of the bay ceaalng their
Are and occupying thrmsrlve# In re-,
pairing Injuries until 10 o'clock, when!
they began n second nltnck to complete,
tbetr work of destruction.
In the second nsaault the Are at the
arsenal wos extinguished and they
continued to cannonade the blaxing,
One gunboat, which seemed to have
nohtlng more venturesome to under
'tuke, detached herself from tte aquad
! ron sod aet to work to riddle the mall
| steamer Isla de Mindanao.
Now that the ships were in flame.#,
the admiral. &enor Monloja. who had
1 shown his flag aa long as there was a
vessel afloat, landed and hostilities
The only Spanish ahlp which had
net been dertroyed by tire or by the
,'ncmy'e projectile* sunk herself bo
that she could in no wise be taken.
Such in broad outlines, which we
nothing more venturesome to under
naval battle of Cavite, In which the
last glimpse of our squadron showed
(be Spanish flsg.
A thousand sensational (trails have
reached us. which we would reproduce
gladly, after the necesseary correc
tions, If our pen would serve for any
thing I'XC. pt to Bing the glory of these
martyrs of the nation.
Perhaps tomorrow or anther day,
with fuller knowledge of the facts, we
can furnish our readers with many In
teresting details. Today we limit our
telv.-s to a sketch of the grand picture
which was unrolled before us on the
first of May, begging our friends to
excuse the defects which they may
The Killed end Wounded.
Killed: The captain, chaplain, clerk
and boatswain of the Reina Christina.
Wounded: The captains of the Cas
tilla and Don Antonio de Uulloa; the
executive officer of th© Reina Chris
tina; a lieutenant of the Don Juan de
Austria: tbe of the ITlloa;
the second surgeon of the Christina,
the surgeon of the Ulloa; and the
chief engineers of tha Christina end
By naval authority the most careful
watch was kept In the river as well as
on the coast to secure the defense of
The gunners of the batteries defend
ing Manila and Cavite showed the
highest degree of energy and heroism.
Every one applauds these brave artil
lerymen who, by their calmness and
skill* did all that w«h possible with the
guns assigned to them allowing for
their deficiencies and imperfections.
Th© battery that did njost harm to the
enemy was the one tm Poine Sang
!ey made up of Hontoria guns. From
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our skip* o t war
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arrang'd to **rur* aoppliv* for tte rtty.)
Put It to certkin tkot ator* Anteay i
iter* ha# term gtwal *car*lty at #r*rr (
(king, and aprrulntor# ter* got wbat j
prices tbry hare raced to aak for artt- j
clan at prime arreoaitp.
Already people ar* sowing calmer,
and tte shop* are open, and It It ‘a to
np'ctsd tkat Manna will go cm re-:
ruining her usual life and animation.
Tte Country Rr»(K»«d*.
Tte great mawe* of th* rural popu
lation of tte Philippine*, aa wall aa ite
lender* at Ih* notion, hart r*#pood«d
Ilk* legal *oa» of Aprtn. sharing our
pain* and aaalatlng In onr labors.
Th* admiral, lienor Mootojo. has re
ceived a telegram of congralulntlHo
from tte mlatairr of marina, wbo. It
bio orrn name, and In Uie name of thf
Queen of Uprtn. AHdtates the nary of
this brrhlp* lago for gallant babavlot
on tk* day of Ca*H*. Th— are tbg
terms of tbe teleffram referred to:
"Honor end glory to the Spanish licet
which fought an heroically In tbr bay".
After two day* of alleoce, In which
our paper failed to see tbe light by rea
son of exceptional circumatanc©* or
currtog at Manila, and known to all,
th© public, w* return to our regular ta- j
sue*, trusting In the good will of our,
•Non* of our ship# here have *r
••Ter* were air: Olympia. Haiti
more, Raleigh, Petrel. Concord and Bos
"Onr ruatomer* *ay you mnnufactur©
three of the he*t remedies on earth."
said th# mereantlle firm of Haas. Har
ris Brim k Metoiln, pf Dawson, In a re
cent letter to the Cffiamberlatei Medi
cine Co. This 1* the universal verdict,
chamberlain's Pain Halm 1* the Attest
preparation In the world for rheuma
tism. neuralgia. l#me back, qulnsey,
sore tlrroot. cut#, brulaes, burns, aralds,
pains and swellings. A 25 (wit bottle of
, this liniment In the houae will save a
| great deal of suffering. Buy it at Al
exander Drug ft Seed Co., C. R- Parr,
of Bell Tower Drug Store.
••OH. PAPA r
The Cry Which Startled a Would-Be
Bridegoom and Broke Up a
Chicago, 111., July 12.-James Mur
phy, whoae marriage to Miss Nellie
Malloy was to have been celebrated
last night, Is a fugitive from the law,
while Maggie Nelson, who clfllnts that
ahe Is his true wife, awaits his return
to her and her little son.
When the wedding party, including
Miss Nellie Malloy, with the bride
groom-to-be and n number of frtendk,
drove »i> to St. Thomas’s chuch they
found the church in darkness. The
door was tried. It yielded, but In
stead of the expected flow of light, a
woman and a child cam© out of the
shadow. The lutle one cried "Oh, pa
pa," and threw his arms about the man
who was to lead the young wornau to
The bride-to-be screamed, her friends
In consternation gathered about the
young woman and the wedding party
drove away again in the night.
Murphy’B alleged wit© had gone to
the church beforehand and told the
priest, her story. The priest wa# as
tounded, but the woman showed her
marriage license. The priest ordered
the lights put out and returned to the
parochial residence, after ordering the
woman to eonfront the man whom site
claimed as her husband as he came to
the church with his Intended.
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in bladder, kidneys and back, in male
jr female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. II you want quki
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V« rMon* for l*»*8 I
I The war approprlaiiote *re a*t forth
un4*r lb* art* by which itey were au
ihorixeel. beginning with lb* approp
riation of (M.lll.rt* for tte n*tlo«*l
deter* ltd ending with Ite big army
and nary dektlwncto* for tte next rtx
month*, amounting to $224,**!.241. Tte |
oilier large Item* are tte army and |
r.avy deflclencl*# covered by th* act j
of May I, $24,426.72*. tte naval act ks
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mvy d»n -lene,-le« under tte act Of i
Pur* I, amounting to 111.1U.1M.
SHAKE INTO TOON SHOES
Allrn'a Foo(-Ka»r. a powder f>r the
feet. It cure* painful. *taollen. *ro#rl-
Ing, nervous feet and Instantly takes
the atlng out of eorne and bunion*. It'*
Ih* greatert comfort discovery of tte
•go. Allen's ruot-Kae* make* light or
new shoe* feel eany. It I* * certain cur© I
for awealing. callou# and hot, tired, i
aching feet. Try It today. Sold by all ,
druggist* and *h«>* »tore*. By mall for j
25c. In stamps. Trial park***# FREK.
Addrees. Alien 8. Olmsted. Leßoy. N.
A LONO-FELT WANT.
The Central Railway Connects With
The nmount of freight reclved «t
the State I.unatlc Asylum Is, of course,
very large, nnd the nuthoritles have
made efforts to solve the problem qf
Having It placed at the Asylum with
the lenst cost to the Institution.
For several year# the Central railway
company of Georgia has been contem
pluttag laying a # ll lv track of It# Eat
onton und Gordon branch to the Asy
lum. nnd several survey* have bean
made to thl* end. but for some reason
It was never done.
Recently, however, an agreement
has ben reached and work on the track
hos been commenced. The contract
was let to T. B. Redmond & Son, who
have gone to work. There ere now
about 75 men and 40 mules being
used to make the road bed. The spur
will be built from Just below the Mid
way station to the storehouse at the
THL.I.OW JAUNDICE CURED.
Suffering humanity should he sup
plied with every’ means possible for Ks
relief. It 1© with pleasure we publish
the following: "This is to certify that
I was a terrible sufferer from yellow
i Jaundice for over six months, and wa*
treated by some of the best physicians
lin our city and all to no avail. Dr.
Bell, our drugHlst, recommended Elec
tric Bitters; and after taking two bot-
j ties, I was entirely cured. I no»v tak©
1 great pleasure in recommending them
lo any person suffering from this ter
jrible malady. lam gratefully your#, M.
A. Hogarty, Eexlngton, Ky.” Sold bs>
Howard & Wtllet, druggists.
QUNS OF SECOND GEORGIA
Col. Brown Makes an Application For
Col. Brown has made application for
1,200 Kragg-Jorgensen riflae and hopes
to get them very soon. He prefers
them to Springfield on account of th.dr
qfnmunltlon being made of somkeless
Col. Brown wonts to take every pre
caution possible ‘o protect bis men,
when in battle, knowing that the ordi
nary powder create# smoke which
shows the enemy Just where hts men
are located, placing them at a great
disadvantage xiver their opponents.
The men ap- as fresh as ever after
their long matoh of Saturday, and the
officers ere Ad well pleased with their
experience resulting from the trip that
another lon#/march Is erraged for this
The second. Georgia's strength at
present is men in ranks and 45 of
ficers. * . .
Tbe Ellis BBSteoraot
T 4 Ellis Restanrant
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Just received, the flnsst
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Special Excursion Train 1
Augusta To Charleston. S. C..
MONDAY. JULY ITPH. lit*.
*1 » ROUND TRIP.
If yota want to enjoy yourxelf and have j
a nice day oat of the rtty. go to Char
leston on Mo— A Btoy‘» excursion. It
will not coat you much and you can #e« I
th© 400 United Btale# soldiers and *ll I
Ih* latest improved gun* of Unch- Kam. 1
You esn visit th* ' tal© of Pines " a I
view pleasure resort 16 miles from |
Charleston, reached by the Electric cur#
—besides other sites of Interest all
around Charleston. Train leaves Au
gusta 8:45 *. m., arrives in Charleston
at 11 a. m.; returning, leave Charleston
10 p. m. Only four stops. Tickets on
—l© at L. A. Gardelle'* Drug Store,
Jtlce A O’Connor'*, opposite monument.
The Augusta Factory Drug Store and
Hallock Cottage on Monte
Sano- A new cottage of 4
rooms, Pantry, Bath and
Kitchen. Two Lots well lo
cated; high elevation; long 1
time; 7 per cent interest.
CLARENCE E. CLARK,
Real Estat*. BS2 Broad Street
Check Lost of $ l 331.3 1,
ON THE GEORGIA RAILROAD
BANK, No. 14107, drawn by C. W.
Pilcher, attorney foe Jos. H. Bpe«rs,
dated Jund 15th inst., (and mailed
same day) to favor H. A. Cook, for
(1321.31. Payment ha* been stopped.
All persons warned against using in
any way aald check.
J. H. BPEARB,
C. W. PILCHER.
From September 1 st next,
office 739 Reynolds St.,
next to Exchange building.
Apply to W. H. WARREN,
828 Greene Street.
BRAINS AND PUSH,
; SPENDING OF LARGE
: .\ SUMS OF MONEY ?
* ‘4 ; ‘ , ; ’
SOrtE OF THE METHODS THAT
(MAKE THE HERALD FATIOUS.
3 TO 7 AND II TO K
We have a few more SUITS than we with
to carry over until next aoaaon, in Juniors from
3to 7 years, and in Children's from I I to 16
yearn, which, this week, will be told at a special
low price. You will aave money by buylna your
child a Suit now. A good investment for an
extra Suit Is always proper to have on hand.
The Children's Department
I. C. Levy’s son & Co.,
AUGUSTA, .... OEORGTIA
Anpsta Brewing Co’s
NOW Oil THE MAR TIT.
CALL FOR IT.
W. H. Lynch & Co.,
Yellow Pine Lumber
ICth ETRFFT. ISFAR FLFCTEIC RAILWAY POWER HOUSM I
gar uixrßw» 7«. t i Aravm. s*. 1
THE LARGEST BREWERY IN THE SOUTR j
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE IS AUGUSTA—ASK FOR IT.
E. SHEEHAN, Agent.
DO YOU KEEP AHORSE?
This is the time of the year horses
have colic. Colic kills more horses
and mules than all combined agen
will cure any horse colic under the
sun. One of the highest endorse
ment sever written was written by
Georgia's biggest farmer. Mr. Jas.
M. Smith, of Holleyman’s Elixir—
THE HOWARD & WILLET DRDG GO.
Four rooms on Sand Hills in
very desirable location. Bath
Room, Hot and Cold Water. &c.,
"&c. Possession July 1.
JOHN W. DICKEY.
Poors, sash, Blinds,
Shingles, Wood & Coal.
gtf~ l have for sale very deslrsbl* build
ing lot located in the centre of one .of the
bandsomeet blocks In tho city. Will sell
same very cheap. Just the place for a
handsome residence for your family. Good
CALL ON MRS. JERRY O’HARA,
NO. 1337 GREENE, STREET.
Having accepted the dealership for
the Remington Standard Typewriter at
Augusta, I will he in position to sup
ply machines on- short notice.
The Remington is recognized as the
Standard Typewriter of the World, and
needs no recommendation at my hands.
I have fought It In competion for many
years, but have always recognized Its
L. J. HENRY,
No. 4 Library Building.