TVS w ■*
a . mr * *•»*#* Afaa.a’*
•AdtM. aaftn*. ta«a**at
*a« ******* r**ia* Dapaaw*.
HOW THE FLEET HEARD THE HEWS!
The Royal Cheering on the Ships When They Heard
That Toral Had Surrendered Santiago
W*#klkg4QS J»tf 14—MM I#-
Mr Ik# administration M made pub
Ur *o forth#* MtHw from Santiago
Tars) in tk# «kk of O*.
for bad tU Uu« for today • Uuk
MM carried out rUatiago would ha<-
krtt tor* w |M*m M«f» ■»«*»* Tb#
Cm had tk* md iMir **d although
Ik* rlty it ahaat aigkt mUsa *•-»»
Ackley Mid •hell. roll Id ha dragged
to Ike heart as tbr toon iwj t»*a'r
toted, tar u lose *# ttaftrr thought
HNM.I Aald* from th# work of tkr
Coal, aeve* UR«ri«* of artillery t*r*
ta position aat ao placed tkat thre*
lark shall* «ould bare tea* k« Had into
Ik* to** kna all aid**.
Tk* Sea*tarda, bowavac. bad Madr
rarafal preparation*. *»d bad **#*
rrarfad barricade# la ib* atraata. ready
to A*bt to tb* ta*l
gbaftar and kta ctkrr* roafldroily
aifverad thr American loaa to k* heavy
ts tb* at lamp* bad to ba Made to rap
tarr tb* city by Mtuk and alaborat*
hospital arcangcmrnu war* madr In
atuMpatlr-n of aark nerorreme* aa b*
prr**rd onward Tt»a Oregon aat lb*
f/IARTIAb liftW DECItfIRED IN SPAIN;
PEACE PROPOSITIONS BEING PREPARED
MADRID. JULY U. « A. id.— THE OFFICIAL GAZETTK TODAY PI’R LISIIK« A ROTAD DECREE TEM
PORARILY BI HRENDINO THROUOHOCT THE grANIAII PENINSt’LA THE KIOHTB or INDiVIDUALg Al»
! OI'ARANTKED BY THE CONBTITI'TION. THE DECREE ADDS THAT THE OOVERMMENT WILL REN
DER AN ACCOI'NT TO PARLIAMENT OP THE l'(B IT MAT MAKE OF THIS MEANS. THE Pt’BLICA
TION OF THE DECREE 18 GENERALLY TAKEN AS FEINO CONVINCINtJ PROOF THAT SPAIN IS NOW
READY TO gl'E FOR PEACE. AND THAT NEGOTIATIONS TO THAT EFFECT ARE ACTUALLY IN PROG
RESS. THE GOVERNMENT WISHES TO HAVE FULL POWER TO SUPPRESS ANY EVIDENC EOF DIS
CONTENT OR REBELLION WHENEVER DIKY APPEAR. THE CARLISTS ARE I-1 RIOI S, AND ARE
SURE TO ATTEMPT TO CREATE TROUBLE. ONE MINISTER HAS EXPRESSED THE CONVICTION THAT
OFFICIAL OVERTURES FOR PEACE WILL BE MADE BEFORE SUNDAY. AND THRR.B Isl REASON TO
BELIEVE THAT FRANCE HAS OFFERED HER SERVICES TO SPAIN. AND SPAIN HAS DRAWN UP THE
CONDITIONS OF PEACE WHICH SHE OFFERS AS A RA'SIS FOR THE NEGOTIATIONS. PREMIER BA
GASTA IS QUOTED AS SAYING THAT SPAIN WANTS PEACE. BUT THAT "IT MUST HR AN HONORA
BLE PEACE, AS SPAIN DESERVES." THE PREMIER IS SAID TO HAVE ADDED THAT HE IS ANX
IOUS TO RESIST TO THE LAST. BUT THE GOVERNMENT CANNOT CONSENT TO SUCH USELESS SAC
RIFICE. "HAD WE OUR FLEET, THE SITUATION WOULD BE VERY DIFFERENT." }
Extraordinary Fighting Dowd at San
St. Louis, Mo., July 15.—Major Gen
eral S. B* M. Young and Captain Geo.
G. Hunter, of the Third cavalry, arri
ved at Jefferson barracks direct from'
Santiago, the former on sick leave and
the latter wounded, a Mauser bullet
having lodged in bis right thigh In the
battle of July 1 before Santiago. Capt.
Hunter gives the following account of
“The lighting of Friday, July I, be
fore Santiago, was the hardest that
American troops have ever gone
through. Let me tell you why. Here
tofore our enemies have been armed
with single shot arms, requiring a
comparatively long time to lend and
Are "lhe modern magazine rifle can
be fired twelve times in the some time
tbit the old arm could be fired once.
"That is one reason. Here Is an
other: We were expected to take an
intrenched position, protected by ar
tillery end block houses, which had
been subjected to no fire by our artil
lery and were absolutely fresh and un
hurt. We wer.? supported by no artil
lery. It was simply a case of get out
In the open and charge up to them in
the face of a plunging fire from maga
zine arms and artillery. Such a thing
is not in the military book and nev«?r
was done before.
“The San Juan fight, In which we
were, was the fight of the day. Our po
sition was on a hill opposite a higher
and steeper hill upon which th.e Span
iards were intrenched. A deep valley
Icy between. Between us and
Hire was not a scrap of cover, only
“When the time came to take their
position we went down our bill end up
their as fast as we could run in the
fare of an awful fire. I was wounded
Juet as I gained the top of »he Spanish
Capt. Hunter pays the highest trib
ute to all the American troops.
HERALD WANT ADS ENJOY THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
TIN CPfIA A WWm
THE AUGUSTA HERALD,
VO* I*l % 11.
Ctat mart t» tbr liar awl tb# sign*'
'Tka r**m> kaa sort- *<’■ rad waa C-at
mad. oat from tka brdg* of Captain
Clark's abip A cfcrer kam from ika
o4kr*r» m Ika aftrr drrk and It waa
sabood by tb* maw claatartd (toward.
At almoat lb* aama taataat tka othat 1
ahipa la tk* C**l reaakt th* mom*w>
U os mraala. of tb* Might colored »ig
MW >ac* wklrb Caak*4 at th* Iliac*
awdyiag mastb-ad and a great rkarr
from a boat of Am»rtraa threat* »«*pt
through tka squadron from abip ta
•kip. whit* Miwarlng pennants Caw
from aark ttaaal ta r*apoo»» to tbr
Nrw Turk , Mpe.lllm to tka Ittat •
atgnat K»**t«alty tk* Hlat drllrrrad
lb* dlspa.ch It rtmiaiaad tb* detalta.
being atmpty a brlrf mraaag* by w'ta
to Sampson from Shifter aaying th#
i rgrmy bad lurrtwdrrad.
About tl Oaaaral Ultra a*nt aa aid*-
J da-ramp from Jursgu* to Sampson tatt
ing him tbr chance* of surrender warn
food and that no abot* moat ba flrrd
ifrom tbr Bait without detail!* nrd'ra
from tba »bct.v A* thr hour of noon
appriarbad tb* New York ran clua* tn
SPENCE A MAJOR.
A Statement In Atlanta About His
Atlanta, Ga., July 15.—1 t under
stood that Lieut. R. E. L. Spence of
the regular service, who arrived here
among the wounded from Santiago,will,
■after all, t>e one of the majors of the
third Georgia regiment.
Since the action of the war depart
ment prohibiting more than two ma
jors to the regiment it was thought
that Lieut. Spence's appointment by
Gov. Atkinson would be Ineffective, it
appears, however, that the appointment
wilt take precedence over that of Moj.
Teague of Augusta, who wns named
to fill the vacancy caused by the refus
al of Maj. Shewmake. MaJ. Shewmake
was oppointed before Major Spence, but
Major Teague w«s not, and hence it is
understood at the adjutant general's of
fice that the latter will be dropped, be
ing the junior.
Lieut. Spence's wounds tn the leg
and hand are not very serious, and he
sr.-ill prohobly he able to go on duty by
the time Gov. Atkinson returns and his
commission in the volunteer'service is
FldhT WITH A RATTLER.
A Boy Killed By One of the Reptiles
Johnson Station, Ga., u.Jly 15.—Jim
mie Middleton, a white lad of 12 or IS,
living about six miles from here, was
bitten by a rattlesnake alte last Sal- ;
urday afternoon, and died about 2
o’clock Sunday morning. The boy was j
running a rabbit through the brush
and did not see the snake until he was
The Wounded Correspondent at
Charleston, S. C., July 15.—The Brit
ish steamer Sylvia with W. R. Hearst’s
newspaper plant "put. in tb’s morning
from Santiago. Edward Marshall, the
correspondent wounded at La Quusima,
is aboard. It wos desired to send him
north by rail, but the ship was held at
,*b(M» at A evador •* and took poottkm
tg rradta**a for Ib* •at'ortad bombard
■oral. TV* Brooklyn rang*d >■ tba
t*«tr of tba N*w York awd tk* otkar
traa-'la took ap poatttooa prettomMy
ssntgard. Ika aatfl littla Illat ataam
ird to Jnragoa to await word from
Ultra Noon r»mr and aft bough tk*
rtroctrd rail to quarter* waa no* taaurd
tb* mm lingarrd anxiously rloa* ta
fltir ptar*a *ag*r to hrgla tbr work of
Fiom tbr Mtdgaa of tk* war.hip*
tbr oCtrari train Ml thrlr gtaaaa* altar
natrlj- on tbr atgnat flatten ashore and
on thr C«*i treasports td Jnrgii* ha
hind wbirb th* Hitt bad disappeared,
4a I oVtork and S o'clock paiaad with
out tb* otdar to !>*itla tka bombard
mrnt tbr excitement among thr oCctn
who knrw tba mgnlOranr* of tka delay
tin amr tntrnaa It waa a saw mlnutaa
aftrr 3 whan tbr Hist pushed bar way
from bablnd tba anrhorrd transporta
and atartrd no har abort run from Jo
raaua to Aguadoraa. Rolling and pitch-
Ing In a rough aaa. tbr gallant Utlla
yarht dnabad for thr flagship signalling
aa she passed onaatd.
Drunken Negroes Run Things In Their
Biackshear, Ga., uly 15.—The hands
|of Cason & Walker, turpentine opera
-1 tors at Walkersvllle, In this county,
al-cut eight miles from Biackshear, be
came Involved in a general row lost
Saturday, us a result of moonshine 11-'
The negroes were all armed with
| Winchesters and pistols and for a
j while ran things pretty much their own
j On Monday‘J. 1,. Cason, one of the
| proprietors, sWore out warrants for sev
eral of the negroes, who had in the
I meantime fled.
J Two of them, Ashley Johnson and
| Jean Wright, were last night located In
| town, and a posse from th» still, head
ed by City MarVhc.n w. L. MeMlilan,
made an effort so arrest them.
| jV>hnSnn succeeded in getting sway,
jbut he probably carries With him a
j souvenir of his escape In the shape rtf
| a scalp wound. As he ran one of the
party fired at him, and the hat he left
behind bears testimony to the accu
racy of the aim.
Wright was again spotted later, and
fit the posse were surrounding him, Mr.
Cason discovered that the negro had a
Winchester in his hand and was in the
act of shooting. Mr. Cason quickly
grappled with the negro, pinioning his
arms to his side.
Had Mr. Cason been a second later
bis life would hove probably been the
'forfeit, for the rifle was discharged just
'as he grappled with the negro, fortun
ately doing no harm.
i Wright was quickly overpowered and
disarmed and now languishes In Jail,
The moonshine liquor which is the
cause of all the trouble Is made some
where in the vicinity of the turpentine
still, and is brought In and Sold to the
negroes on the quiet. ! •
Caaon & Walker will make every ef
fort to put bs end to the traffic, as
they have already given a great deal
of trouble by it,
"r- —— ——■ —
M.i and Mrs. E. A. Hill will leave
to the morning for Asheville, N. C.
- • T*T“ ~ t
Mr. C. Doacombes returned this mor
ning from Macon.
AUM. AT* <JA
Spell Mikr* S*|Miioit Tlflt
WIU B$ LtftfcN it
bntWMl "V Matey TMoks IN mu la
(By AmmmM Ptwaal
Madrid Nan. Jib It Tka pa
rifb- taadrn-y la tarteasing Tka ***-
rral publlr tab* g f#*.*r*W* *ta« of g
.oggmutcw of tk* |Md*r» toaltampt tk*
rr-aatabllakmaat gs pgurr. but It i* aald,
r -Ultrary ta rapnrtk Brum. kaa not ta
nas tb* tali la* l«* Thw mm irtai for
war. OMTen. la gwomd na aaytag >h*t
pasta might ba arraogad m tk* tallow
lag farm* «*
Tba Catted flutaa aad flnaia to agrwa
to tat tka Cubans flam da whet har tbry
draw* ladagradaatra m awtoaomr nudwr
lb* iuaamlkiy of ftgam. tb* two go*
arawnu to ***** te abtd* by <k* rw
an It at tb* darJsto*. la Ik* mw tba
Cuban* rota tar In4bp*md*nr* tba Cnt
tad gtatm to allow Again nine months
tn ttblrb to -illhdraw bar army, grad
ually and d gnlfladly. from Cuba
i Bo O*artura*.
Wittlupcn. July It, “Tharr kava
b#*n m oyartura* (pr pearr r*r*|v*d
by any Caltad Stair* ambaaay or laga
tlon abroad or by tk* dapaitmant of
itata at B’aabingtofl." waa tka atatr
mant read# by n mam bar of tka cabin*!
today. flurh are tb* rondltlona aa
tbry ailst today. Th# autrm*nt was
railed forth by .arton* report* that
rang'd all th* way from an announce
ment that tba hagls tar a treaty of
pence already bad been reached to the
more guarded declaration that Spanish
government had conveyed In an
unofficial manner to the t’nltrd States
government an Intimation of *aina of
the ronreM*Mts It was prepared to
make to secure peace
However, the prosper! s for the speedy
institution of peace negotiations have
brightened decidedly since the collapse
of Santiago. The moral effect of that
vlrtory forth* American aims la begin
ning to be felt In tht Bire-tlon of peace.
If the cabinet baa discus*, .I terms of
peace up to thla moment, the fact has
not been divulged. The news from
Madrid that Spain had been practically
placed under martial law la regarded aa
a most hopeful aign. It ia construed to
mean the purpose on the part of Spain
to bind up In advance the turbulent el
ements In Spain that might be expec
ted to take advaniagc of public dis
content caused by the heavy sacrifice*
th* government will make in order to
The President’. Hopes.
Washington. July 15. Majir Mc-
Kinley gave expression today for
strong hope cf rariy peace. Respond
ing to congratulation on the. success of
the Santiago campaign, he said: ‘Y
hope for early peace now.” In thn
course of other interviews, he gave
voice to the «#me sentiment, not ex
pressing entire belief, but strong hope,
that peace would come soon.
THE YELLOW JACK.
Twentycthree New Cases and Three
Deaths Among the Soldiers.
[By Associated Press.]
Washington. July 15.' — The war de- |
1 parlment has posted the following from j
! Assistant Adjutant Greenleaf, of Miles’
Siboney, Friday. Only 23 new car's
of yellow fever and three deaths are
repotted for the past twenty-four
j hours. The disease is mild. The camp 1
site is moved whenever practicable, j
i Have taken vigorous sanitary nrecau- i
j (ions to prevent the spread of the dis- i
An Exhibition Drill By Them in
[By Associated Press,]
San Francisco, July 15. The Ten
nessee volunteer regiment gave an ex
hibition drill at Mechanics pavilion last
night, which was witnessed by over
5,000 people. Military experts unite
in praising the splendid showing and
efficient work of the men from the
south under Col. Smith, all of I heir ev
olutions being performed with the pre
cision of regulars.
It Is Very Severe Among the Spanish
Portsmouth, N. H., July 15, The
auxiliary cruiser Harvard having on
board 1,008 Spanish prisoners arrived at
Portsmouth today, ,8!x Spaniards died
on the passage from Santiago. Another
>jeath occurred thlseforenoon and three
patients are not expected to live until
night. Forty serious cases are in the
sick ward and forty equally bad in
ohtre portions of She ship. All will be
victims rtf maiaiidl fever, with which
disease those who died were affected.
The physicians Will make further In
spection and determine whether the
vessel wm be sentHo quarantine.
HAS LINARES ESCAPED FROM SANTIA6O?
It Is Feared in Washington That He and Some
of His Troops Got Out of Santiago During
the Past Few Days.
(flfactal t* Tb* Mavald |
Washington lam July IA
At the war department M M
Wared that snm* of tb* dpanlah
army awaaped from flanttagg
during tba last fifty-all hour*
previous to tba aurrswdar. tl
I* also feared that Oaaaral U
aarev tba wounded Spanish
commander tn chief went with
tb* slewing SoMiera lost night
(Special ta The Herald ]
Washington. D. C.. July It.
Order* ware sent to Admiral
Sampson this morning to fat-ill
TERMS OF SURRENDER HOT
TO BE (DADE PUBLIC FOR SOfflE TifllE.
OFF AOUADORES. JULY 14, VIA PORT ANTONIO, JULY 15.-SANTIAGO HAS SURRENDERED. MEN
ACED BY THE AMERICAN FORC KS ON LAND AND SEA, DISHEARTENED BY PAST DEFEATS AND
WITHOUT HOPE OF VICTORY, GEN. TORAL YIELDED THE CITY TO SAVE HIS PEOPLE. WITH A
FINAL STROKE OF THE SPANISH GENERAL S PEN,.TIIk ONLY IN THE PROVINCE
OF SANTIAGO HAS FALLEN, AND THE POWER OF SPAIN IN EASTERN jy CRUSHED. WHAT
THE TERMS OF SURRENDER WERE ARE NOT YET KNOWN. THEY WILL BE MADE PUBLIC WHEN
GEN. MILES RETURNS FROM THE FRONT, AND MAT BB SUPPRESSED FpR DA,Y6. ON HOARD THE
FLAGSHIP NEW YORK, IT IS BELIEVED THE SURRENDERED SPANISH oppfcMhS WILL BE PER
i h , ,ly rivldt
MITTKD TO RETAIN THEIR SIDE-ARMS AND THE SPANISH ARMY WILL BK GIVEN A SAFTC CON
VOY TO SPAIN. ADMIRAL SAMPSON HAS NOT YET BEEN INFORMED ($F THE DETJAILS OF THE CA
PITULATION. THE END CAME SWIFTLY AND UNEXPECTEDLY. THh\ WITH
ITS DEEDS OF SPLENDID DARING AND DARK WITH ITS RECORD OP SLAUGHTER, WAS BELIEVED
BY MANY MEN HIGH IN RANK TO HAVE ONLY BEEN JUST BEGUN. REFUSAL OF THE SPANISH TO
SURRENDER HAS BEEN SO EMPHATIC AND SO RECENT THAT BOTH THE ARMY AND THE NAVY
HAD FORSAKEN THE IDEA OF VICTORY WITHOUT FURTHER BLOODSHED. IT CANNOT BE STATED
NOW JUST WHAT CONDITIONS, OTHER THAN TRANSPORTATION BACK TO SPAIN, ARE GRANTED.
| Twenty Young Men Leave to Join the
Army at Tampa
Athens, Ga., July 15.—Twenty recruits
I have left via Macon and Northern for
|Tompa. This makes the second detaeb
-1 ment to leave since Capt. Bussell went
| with his company.
I Athena will be represented at the Con
| federate reunion at Atlanta next week.
I There will be about I’o of the veterans
there from here and a large number
'of the scats of veterans. Capt. Brodwell
'o* the State Norman School will rarry
jover a delegation of 200 or more.
| Mr. Joe Caldwell,who a short time ago
] rode thirty ntllos In one and one-half
j hours,will again ride on the campus to
morrow. He expects to make thtit>-
fiye miles In the same time tomorrow.
The young people who on Friday eve
nigh lust gave the cake walk and min
strel performance at the park are high
ly elated over the success of their em
i tcrprlse and will repeat It by request
Prof. Garner, a hypnotist, is having a
very good patronage at the oprrn house.
College avenue Is being paved. In a
few years, now that the good work has
begun, Athens will have good streets.
Rev Sim Shaw will open a series of
tent meetings in this city, beginning on
Uprising In Spain Means One In That
Lisbon, July 15—The government is
anxious regarding the Internal situa
tion in Spain. A republican rising in
that country would certainly stimulate
a similar rising In Portugal, where re
publican ideas are strong and wide
spread. TbP Government has recalled
the military officers who are on fur
lough, preparatory to placing troops
on the frontier. The summoning of the
reserves Is contemplated.
Mr, and Mrs. C. P. Gwin left yester
day afternoon for an extended visit to
their sons in New Albany, Ind. They
will attend the National Holiness As
sociation meeting, which convenes at
Silver Heights, New Albany.
nv« COU ANA A YUAN
nfWAV. JII.V isl. aflgfl
ib# president bad tka intern tog
of sandtag a congratulatory tat
ear.ro to Orn*rat Ahsflar of
having atari*d tba capture at
U.t*9* troop* and itatr com
mandar ta rhlaf. bat k* derided
to wait tar tka datalt*. wktrh at
tbit boar are said not to has*
Tk# war department will ad
vert!** today tar bid* for lb#
Watsoa’s Dash at Camara.
tat* tb* formation of th# Wat
son squadron. Tk* M.nna
apolia, tka Columbia and tb*
New Orleans may be added.
NO FURTHER NEWS.
Washington Does Not Know of the
Details of Ihe Surrender.
Washington, July 15. —The cabinet
adjourned without knowledge of the
terms of surrender at Santiago made
by the commislsoners referred to by
Sbafter in his dispatch yesterday.
Nothing further lias been received
from the general on this subject and
the assumption is that the commission
ers are still at work. The details are
likely to h? more complex than is gen
erally supposed, for aside from matters
of actual moment, such as methods of
transportation, the carriage of arms by
troops and transportation of the sur
rendered Spanish officers, these are
many smaller matters to he attended
to, some of them growing out of fan
tastic Spanish notions of honor, which
arc quite troublesome to deal with as
matters of vital importance.
The yellow fever is an additional
caw?.’ of apprehension. The war de
partment does not deem It prudent just
now to make a detailed statement
about the camp. General Corbin sta
ted that he coulrl say, as far as the fe
ver was concerned, the conditions at
the last report were certainly better
than two days ago. sf
SAN JUAN SCARED.
It Is Said That the City Is Practically
St. Thomas, July 15.—Advices re
ceived from San Juan show that the In
habitants of that place are greatly
alarmed. They expect the port to be
attacked by the Americans. The terri
fied Inhabitants are fleeing Into-the in
terior, and it Is said the city and sub
urbs are practically deserted. f
New York Futures.
New York, July 15.—Futures opened
quiet: soles 1,300.
November .. .. 0.06
*** tads* r**m«a
LOAN AMD ,ZLu.mi
iiutkirr* Mp, ¥ * mi “* *“•“*
contra.* of tabtag tk* Kgaatab
prtaoaara at gaattago to Spate
fl*n. fft.af rr wttwfl that ha
thought tit* tpaa-sk prtaoaara
would aggrtgait from lf.aao la
ll* was agfed by tb* war de
partment to read at tb* aarttaat
poaatbl* moment ika deflnil*
number of pr leantr* to k*
Tba squadron wilt aall aa
soon at possible There are 41
porta In which Camara can
play hide and sack.
Large List Announced From the
White House Today
Washington, D. C., July 15.—The
President has made the following ap
To be brigadier generals volunteers—
Wm, 8. Wnilh, Edward P. Pearson,
Emeraon Lyacum/ Ezra P. Ewers.
Assistant adjutant general with rank
of major—John D. Mlley.
Captain.*! of Infantry—Ben Alford,
Wm, H. Sage. H. Patten, Edwan)
Q. C. Old, John A. Dapray, John F.
Captalrts flfth vul'miteer Infantry—
Hobart S, Teague. T'homtis.H- Under
wood, Walton Shields, James C. Nixon,
Edward S. Whitaker, Thomas H.
Sharp, KihVile J. Harrison. ; > ;
First lieutenant* tjfth volunteers—By
ron Dozier, Dabney H., Hood. Marion
Letscher, William J Jennings, Wllllafn
Cralnshaw, Frank, George
O. Whitehead, Arthur W. Orton, Philip
H. Stern, Norman tie Junes, Claude A.
Second lieutenants flfth volunteers—
Robt. T. Bullard, Georg - Culver, Thos.
C. Baird, Virgil P. Randolph, Charles
J. Bromberg, Thomas L. Anglin, John
Burke, Thomas W. Trainer, William
A. Crossdland. Jr., Jennings J. Pierce,
Walter C. Harkins.
THE E. R. NICHOLSON.
Brought Into Key West With a Prize
Key West, July 15.—The British
schooner E. R. Nicholson, which was
captured June 30 by the Hornet, Hist
and Wempatuck, off Cape Cruz, while
attemtpting to run the blockade, was
brought here tills morning by a prl*e
crew. She has a cargo of’ provisions,
hogs, goats, etc.
(lone to Millen.
Miss Lillie A. Vales, of Angilstajias
gone to Millen to make her home. Mias
Vales lias scores of friends in Augusta
who wilt wish her every possible suc
cess and contentment in her new home.
She has bought out Mrs. Fox’s millin
ery business in Millen,