taakm**** r*M«a ***»■*>«*
Trtt* IIH Mitrn Tk*( TWj fat
(it Hack (• Finaltx Fantlia.
At UM VMM tHk* «» ta Arvkkglkg la
f*tny*. Jwly O -aatHWHrltM
n»w»i-i ottiMi ii«ap»»wn that
•w ha# k*w« t>mi»»«l mm »k*i th* ***•*“
n»ih»a <4 tin* mw*i *lvm • w fc"**tt m
114 f i;t *f 11# m,* w*» I# 4w#l ,SF.*a- i >
*»> M*» a«*4 that. » ri*ia»WW»* * *4 •**
tkt* h* Im ha* a hwwAi t* i«<w4** hi*
r, ll *s ait a gvkttai hi ifc* Ckban
Htatr. b* a h*to4 <• *•<"• hi*
Hunt for a cofll*al with th* P:>*»lah j
for re* of Holguin «wd Monganlllo.
Tomorrow, H*n-ral flarela will t»**i*
o daeree. rulhcrrlgteg alt the t’uhan*
aho bate beta drtnx from ihetr plan
tation* and country home* try th"
Spaniard*. »nd who have tnkca iwfkge
for sos. iy t*i the ettle* *nd H> 'u* to |
r , turn to the corn.try »*>d *<* * ,,rk
, n the farm# and plantallon*. a»»urln«
fleneral Oarcia'* attMude !» inexpll'i
ble. He ha* given IHimtnMon to th*
men In the rank* to go back to work
on th- farm*, and thl* I* constiued to
mern an efforl to dUhond hi* force*.
But lhl» may not t>* altogetivr ju*tl
fled. It Is certain that r. great many
of them will continue to light.
THE FRIENDS AND ACQt’AINTAN
CES of Mr*. Marg»ret Sti jticl ar» re
#re< rfutly invited to attend her fun
cr#l from the Sacred H"*it church
tomorrow. Soturday. morning, at tl
THE ADVANCE OH WM.
COPVRiahT BY NKW YORK JOURNAL.
Hong. Kong. Cavite. July 22.-Tbe entire First California Is m U ving to
day two mites from the Spanish forming the advance of the attacking
force on South Manila. The First Colorado and Utah battery, landing at
Pavanque. direct from the ships. The Pennsylvania troopa, with the balance
of the artillery, will land at Malabon, north of Manila. Green commands the
advance forces. Anderson retains command at Cavite.
//' ''** * 1 ' '' ■'
SPAIN’S COMMANDER AT SANTIAGO.
When GeneAl Linares was wounded In the fierce fight at El <.'aner, General Hon
lose Toral v Volnsnuei e xceed’d to the command of the Spanish land forces .it
Santiago Genera) Total has a good record as a soldier and is a hard fighter, as you
will conclude from a study of Die above excellent portrait.
%«U Mi %tt
TELLS OF IT
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M*t*a*, Ms fl •* Ok**'?# JR****
ha* I*kw4 a (KtarlMMMWa aama—»i*t
Mi* mfWaTaiiaa at Am*#* I* **l* .
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fV »tN 9*l * m w ft IN i (MM! *'#***•?*.
ilk* aartlaa • at MnhtMgw ha* !»»•
tmr4 la <*a?iitriai* %»4et hclMkhda
rratm aa a*4 with all ilk* a**o*a at
I M«aat<h**«aatM •
kata h* a p **»hl* and altbakgh Aa
I hhkt4 yweatm *w#a fyc-nt Mxmds**it-•
•iml *»«b.*kb h* raaM *»**4 fwtlt ■
i mhpm as 4 hit it; rwtataat*, aa-l a
ihraatt a* tkigw a*** Mm cLy i* * a*'-
[i«f raaNUsi of 4tfc»». Twal »**
QITIBAL CALIXTO HABCIA.
i atilt face to face with the fact tha: rr
; tr.rom-®?o*a won id only mak* fnr Ji< r
inrewd* npon th* *tr**ky giwatly con
luaud and nearly exhausted ilot* of
provtalco*. The occupatloa Cf Santia
go by the Americana la lacking In »tra
tegk importance owing to the fa-t that
the city had be. u prrvloualy e'oeely
blockaded for a long time by the Amer
ican ship* pud will have Itllc or no ef
fect oq the fctuie dtV‘icpra-0. cf tha
"Tb SpanUh army '» Intact nnd
cigrr for glory- Thl* army I* sure lo
be triumphant and ylctorloua nt last
in spite of so me'iy drngcra and Imped
iments nnd that It will show on re more
th’ Indomitable Spaniah character and
well know n military talent* of our pro
pie ranent be questioned."
Mr and Mrs. T. A, Durkin and son,
and, Mis* Annie Keenan, who have
been visiting at Pittston. Pa., arrived
in the city this afternoon.
HERALD WANT ADS ENJOY THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN GEORGIA AND SOU 1 H CAROLINA.
tr* a »ifk
THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
tit Anlm l M\fNiallk ia Nt»
\ «fk Ta4tt.
nw«M. tyiw I Marta la »*t« IM
y faMktati AttitfH..
ftfmr l*| 14 '|faa Il- »i 4
\<« Tart. J*i» St. t. ; *w»*hkb»,
M><laal Ikatwa Wobait* taro*
at ill* Mttnaa . a mvv4 qm.ik* t l
•at W'tf« rt*4 aa It* Tat**! P*ai** :
•miliary rrafarr St. Peal latajr. f. * i
iraaat Hit* a twain tat aaat iaiaai -1
(441 tar «*4-a that tar* row* t«*j
4a-*ti*a •) xt it* Mlntkf »*m al.
Ham aa* M- haa A 4» rwl nampaon a
«4h Art rt|ari at ttr alkhtag at ia*
<>!»*•• ir. u«aitar tank c tara *
• •'la'll* at th* vaataia at tt* rat '.oat
•haa* a*4 «th*f gt*k*tdw* •••aiatataa
a m «***»•*»■« attrt w*w* uw (** i
rtrm* la a* latrawtatl (a th* aaaal titaa- !
nrii at tras«ail*aina
A May at (irttUtt.
Tt* arw* aomabew tat rpt<<4 aimia
It* battery Am !aariw rwat (fait
mat hk* a miracle. Thundering rtKfft
lir*ut lloii* a aa t* » - rp? 1 naborw
Tttrr- aa* a terra rMh to-varda hi* j
Ttr (Hrh rat sat it* aiatt land a*#’,
nuta. it* Mrrat ant it* pro«
prftnia banc *r all <ri*t to ahat* tl*
banta. The o mkhmh* ara* ibn
II; m.iu *»a« rh>Mk •! H? ium*4 pair.
,n t | r , krf! atoned fir relief la tH
' aiamnariil Th* pnlt.-e r- »****■
trtr* tuulUr talM. A via o* of pol:**
. »«>- ra a Jump They rlrtiel »t*
( | h greenit dlfllriiltjr aat land
, d ,ti* h- r i ant <•» Jark,** rarryini
hta hand ta|* and val **» Into *ata
I They u*er* 4n<*n to (hr IVnaaylvania
4,1, t and It ok a irate to Waabinrioli
I bad to battle d**perat ty to get to
Hohaok'g aid*. 1 «ked h'm hi* mta
"I have very tittle that I can* talk
xhtml." h* *atd modcit I
”1 bear Imprrtant dlspachva to
vVashiago n, r-hlch w*r* gben into
my hand* by Adm ral Swags m. and
1 bi s not a id mill of lime lo lose
to tatrhlng my train.
••J will *ay ihl*. however, that no
'cae ctnld have b-en treated more
courteously or with stealer considera
tion than my mate* and t»:-self were
treated by Adm'ml Cervera.
"There was ne’er the ai’.ghteai rauao
fnr alaim rn the irore of our welfare, i
I'nfouunately. our many friend* 4n
JUCHMOND PaARKIK JtOBMHI.
could not know that.
'! look upon the capitulation M San
tiago as the beginning of the end of
hostilities. It has been more of a
blow to Spain than people generally
“Has the full story of the sinking of
the Morrimac and ,he heroism of your
self and your men been fully toldhe
"Now," he answeied with a cheery
smile, “you must excuse me from
speaking about the Men'.mac Incident.
I have nothing to say about it
Hobson wore a light suit, a brown
derby hat and russet shoes. He was
aa brown as a harry. As he Jumped on
the train he said: "I shall only be here
a short time. As soon as I can get per
mission from Washington I will leave
for a flying visit home to see my dear
old folks. Then I hope to go to the
Hobson said one of the principal ob
jects of his going to Washington was
to urge more haste to bo made in
the effort to gave the Cristabol Colon
and the Maria Teresa. II" did not
think that much ccu’d be done with
‘he Vizcaya and Oquendo, wtiich seem
to be hopelessly shattered, but. the Co
lon and Teresa were still. in a fairly :
pood condition and could’be saved if
the government would go about the
matter w!lh base.
noth of those warships, he said, were 1
resting easily when he left Santiago (
Aim 'tA. OA
trial lit Tllfekt if (It Mfttiwt
Du Mk>" t*Sft#4 flltftAßi n«|RiHil
• NfSit Mr If* *ft*l
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: •*«a-*t i hat li* MaatM *ar "MM* **
M tcakh <* MR **a la*** i* l rbti aa :
pMMa Ibmapt It* *aar»al. My Mbr***
SI mm inutiirlM ’
(jpg! tit ill fe’rt IS Cssss •HWk
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t|pru«i S|lSltSK 'HI AtS*9SfS IS 4S#t IS
■ Umiiip Sst Is SsIS Stif f|itt lIMSf tpil ’
IM| mm !**•*• He* Tk. y f**«*tl IkaW
•klfM to it* Meat #4»»*iae* akd ikkly
an <n«4 or ha ra*l ihM (» r »*•* ik*ir
<•*4 at Tt- *•*•!! tw» o* •'* °* lh< ‘
SkM lS#fS Hi* ISSr*S.,
' .Heart sml ntels sit #«siS Its iinjul
I *i* Y«tsr «f tli# #lMp# #*ishM *
l|rs#t tilt t*»r rsiMi nt lIR-? I***
, r# 00 iHttl se >t»rt IsrSftMMs. *****
I*o4* lo It* AMrrlrah people it* »*!•
u# of e at rum* and well Ir*io*4 Map.
■Of***'- fMar.-y. ir*f AdMiral"
CHARM STON WIM
Hhc secure* the Not toa»*d*r*t*
Atlanta July »• -Tb ri!f R <“»•**
Tttf l from rad U> *nJ «"* ■**”
mm* nad M**'
n ,,| •, or buiMIM Tb* rlllMi* and
ttm* in ( vim ilw *“ *■■*** • r'twm*
wvlrov, OtlM «<J lb<r brat
aa ,i th< rapidly Mt<»« veteran* th*
bt-ur lor lb* para**" ha* brra B**l f«*r
*««• o'rlrtk »nil th* mb to b* !*»’•
crMxi I* *ttf ahwi. Rr*- it
M ♦* Wlaolr IHvi*. Mr* Jbj,’
It. Uor Uto *i>4 Mr* *’ab*i • »rrv.
prratdeai of lb* Gaugbier* of lb« ©»-
f*d*r*ry. Mill €■ * ttp>‘ rarr.a* *. **
will *l*o <sm *i>‘l Ml * I- os*'"* 1 -
Urn. end M<« Heater *ocl Gee Wat*
Hampton. The *poo»or» Mill rid* I#
i art lager *1 lb*, krai of ®ach di* *son.
The parade •*•’ ** bsr ,h *
8o»* cl Veteran* »n<l heallh perwu
iln*. O n Jctoa 0. Ojrdon will one*
more rid* at lb* h**d of hi* m*u. lb*
go-, inor. mnjra* and cca»milte# of tb*
legislature nud city count I will r**lcw
lb* paia te from ttlnnd* erected In dif
ferent place* a'.ang the line of march.
Oun. Gordon pr«tdr*l over tta* meet
In* of lb* vrlnana In tb* auditorium.
H* Introduod Wlnnl* Davl* *nd th*
veteran* gave her a great <w*f on.
.V resolution ha* passed c»nderaning
th* expression '‘War of tb" Rebellion,
and expressing deair* that tb* contest
at arm* be known a* tb* “civil war bo
tween tb* Mates."
It v;aa unanimously decided tbn* the
tint* of holding annua! reunion* be
not changed and consequently the en
campments will continue to !>■■ held In
July. The aeleetlou of the place for
ibe next encampment was special or
der for eleven but It was long after
the noon hour before Chairman Gol
den announced that t»e selection of
the next place was next on the pro
gram. The delegates from the state*
fighting for the reunion put In a busy
morning among ifcelr brethren In the
auditorium, yet when the convention
was called to order neither had the as
surance that they would he victorious.
Charleston’s friends claim, however,
that nssttrauc"* given them last night
by the delegates from moat of the
states ore sufficient for them to base
great hopes on. yet they fear the final
result. Baltimore has practically
dropped out of the race and ihe Lou
isville delegation made a strong fight
for their vote but with indifferent suc
cess. Each delegation has several
speakers who presented the claims of
their respective cities for the encamp
AWanta, July 22. —The Confederate
velerans decided today to hold tbe
next encampment at Charleston. Only
one ballot was taken, resulting 1,020 to
810. The convention adjourned sine
HOME ON A FURLOUGH.
Sergeant Wri ;ht, From Tampa, Here
For Two Weeks.
Sery.ont A. D. Wright, of Co. C.,
Second Georgia infantry United States
volunteers, is now at home on a two
wo ks’ furlough. Sergeant Wright, as
will ,be remember, d, wan stung on the
leg while fishing in the bay at Tampa.
At last account* he was resting exceed
on lasi Sunday, but he was afraid that
before me wrecker* .mild get. to work
a storm might arise and make the task
raising-the ships hopeless.
As Hobson descended from tho cab
an old Irish apple woman, rushed up
and embraced him and cried: "Its a
great mini you are; we'll make you
president) yet, if you U e to be old
enough,-jGod helping you.”
llr*y Hi* Slat(»• tWfrri it<<uu j
hat. Neat Tairt. Ntta Urt
Thera »r|Mi»> (Iff lr«a Chtak*
eSNtes# ISle AliMFSSssf.
tl t"*.* ff :
AM#* eefs iMsoiftl e#S Sn **<•*
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PlllliSll *«* ‘ 4h* * r4i* ' - ■■' « W9|T i
too, IVM Hbo.
diltliemii <k Smtf t$ - Tl»**
itJtmret* . fttl <9fSftk, tSShi llllft t#
mft l ftqSftS tVflillltl*»ti, ."'•"f'-i- arnff
I a., m,..e aafttMtiliP, SfSl 1* * Xlne. Set .
, ,*ti yp, upfiretr tr | la# *1 «*
r v T # 1 ttainth. IpTI I «e|. !ML I Si#
nwroina. for N*op»ri N»«* Tb* third
IUMnO* broha ramp *M4 *aar»h<?d ta
It* «pYlllr. natal |Sr ntli»f |IN r«9|ffSPS(*
Nt<i«#4 st» Stmr af#ri At It fills.
IW is«* n |twmt» t«if Um+ri mm i
n«H S' it ere Al M#*#*"*!
3S#e» ISp lieiiimf 1 * err * te
Imp. lit eeIIISS. *#*l H I* |*ritheSl# fSel
IS# rrrfttfTtnfrA ellt fit HH*> l* *ln ItNe
I# 'ia. vr* y «Sd*n lifer TSr Aepetfste
ftee e #**#s' *iilSeeliiilr **# S>*S "Sl*
r#fe i i 4 mm r#|«ArifNi ###f IS# pft*"
Mntl of Sell## PHV|fr
Watbinflon I* C., Jeljr » TSr
eer dSferteipet i«ftiejr ftwHifl e eet*l#«
greet fmet G* iwtel Mite* akonina that
• n T;.j*o-i"« al T b m b* *ir «itll at
<luan(*n*mo It «#* aa f«4l«»a: "Tb*
in« treat* are Ktth me »b»***d
Itanefotl* I* ib* iluaninnam" Mri.e
-ntoolr l« Pneto Rlro I p '>ur hatterle*.
third and ••urth *rtlll*ry. la*h'» I*l*
l*ry It BMh artillery, rluli lllln-il*.
•IxtH M**aa>*ko**lta. ISA m-taiia fir
flfih mpt. MSty MeH at tit* •!**;*l
rarpa tat aerenib beylttl c»rpa. 1,111
men all l<44.**
!V a*hit.«l on. D- G.. duly ?5. ~ Tb*
Valor, t **•*!<-n today urmtiiH *a
bar and a half, devoted almoat ex
rluMvely to the Porto Him expedition
and tb* lnrtd»t.t xa«T*aalve Mepa «f the
eampalan, An Imrio.is ■ t-|ir rt of ll*'
Inland vac rent far dorlns the »e*#loa
#• ,1 the hr.. M rarefully atudled. After
the neaalon It vaa ape, irt« ally and noal
tlvely Mated I hot iher*- had iaam no
I'tariiiMum rrhatavitr* •• to the pm *
•utlook. a* to the pen pha*» erext-d
by tic* f'uluin ln*urtrent»' Independent
atiltude. nor n» to ihe artlon of Ag
ulnakio In the PhlMpolnea. tleneral
Mile*' departur*. however. »«» mode •
matter of Congratulateq and the »t>c*
to folioiv were thoroughly rnvtewed.
WnHtaington, D. C., July St.—The
war department has received word from
Mole St. Nicholas. Hnytl, that Oeneral
Mile* and hi* fleet paused at 1:15 thin
tR. l-t’ORNn lIkITON.
Me IMev in Macon After a Brief
Mu on, On.. July 22. Mr. Kug-n« S
died at Ur home of his fßthnr
' in-lnw. Judge 0. C. Halklnson, In East
f Mnecn Tuesday night, after an llincas
l cf sv. ral months.
j Mr. BriUon was one of the best
Itnt vn young uhnrmarlata in the city,
I Severnl month* ago he r'slgned th*
' mcnagrmcnt of the Brown house ph;;r
--' tnaev tr cerepi » more promising posi
tion In Batrnnah. but nft/*r being in
Savrnniib a !’'<v clnys wns taken ill ami
I retf.med home. S'nee th-n he hns
'grown grmimslly worse, despKe the 1 n-
Itler care of loving relatives and iri.-nils
'i ml the earnfst efforts of skilled phys
Pew, if any, young men ever had
more fr'ends than Eugene Britton.
C lilel at nil times, honorable and true,
he was a yoor.g man to !)•’ admired and
1 rcspecthd. His death is indeed a sad
lone, as 't Is the ending of a short and
! noble life. He leaves a wife and child.
I ■ i. ■
MAJOR R. E. L. SPENCE.
he Spends a Short Time in Macon,
Macon, Ga., July 22.—Major R. E. U
Spence was In Macon yesterrtey on ills
way to Grlffiif where he goes to assume
charge of his battalion.
Major Spence is Just back from San
tiago, where he was wounded twice. H
tiago, where be was wounded twice. He
was brought home among the wounded,
but he was nnxious to get back into
service and get pvou with the Span
iards for sboting him.
Major Spent.', iike everyone else who
has tome in contact with the Insur
gents. is thnrughly disgusted with
tho insurgents, and says that they are
nothing but a lot of bushwhackers and
While in Macon yesterday Major
Spence mol: Lieutenant Colonel It. L.
Berner, and the two left for Griffin
n IS NOT TRUE.
Atlanta. Ga.. July 22.—Major John
W. Bubb, commander at Fort McPher
son. denied today that nny Spanish
prisoners have escaped from the mili
tary prison at the barracks.
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yef.gr.ac Mly •***»•> 4#rla<«h as Ik*
rakMKd Aothiag iM*tM **l M«v*
Ik th* 4l«xad*ki of | ear* ha* b**h ra*
rMvatf ft«M a«y gw**>** UkMy i» ka
*«lt MtwrM*4 *-# Ika tafcjwA. Tfc*-
hpa* *k MkkiNnuNhM, Ommi A** a
•ko aa* sM* rknl ak Ik* vAJ* *
Mtt4s "Wf kata ka katra fp»M Madrid
a*4 xe kata kk rxabaek ta bll.it *ay
work 4**bkwi *t<p fck* btvk lahak ka
l\ >3 PL
GENERAL EMILIO AflfV'” i. ,
Hcnor Gamaia'* xlnt-mcnt wouW indi
Paris, Jiilv 22 Ijt Matin tmlay pub
lish-’* a paragraph saying, thai while
in ibing definite i* known. Senor Ca*-
ttllo. the SpiuPeh minister at Pari*,
ha* brm instructed to nprpoerb Oen
eral Horace Porter, Foiled dt.ne* an
tiasaador at Paris, with a vt''» of open
ing naerel peace negotaition*. Fp to
3 o'clock tbi* alt: rnocn ther.' had not
bean any meeting between CuatllH) end
Porter, al though it is *a!d that possibly
mi ti o meeting may develop from the
'situation. Any ncgotlantions. bowev.-r
ore to be kept absolutely secret.
Pv the Georgia Division of the U.
i One of the interesting feature* of the
auditorium <«crcisra tomorrow morn
ing will be the piesxntat'on of the
beautiful banner to the Georgia divis
ion of the Vet. rans by the Georgia
division of the United Daughter* of the
Mrs. Haliis Alexund-r Itounsaville
will present the ting,
i T!;2 IdM is a beautiful one. and the
flag, (’. signed under the supervision of
llic committee, consisting of Mrs. E. G.
McCabe, Mrs. Rains, of Savannah, and
Mrs. Ida Evans Eve, of Augusta. s
worthy of the idea.
The preeenLotions cxcrclfoa will be
I It now costs a man two cents every
'ume he attempt* to check the growth
l of his bank account,
j Some husbands do a great deal of
; thoughtless talking.
CAPTAIN CHARLES E. CT.ATtK
“i am nerfluaded that, but for th« ojlwra •!*? ■>•* of *fc* Or**o» ti n ry.itfja!
Color ml nsr"“ « the Vizcgva would h.ve es«*«<■” Tbv.c who ,«„d ot too .ane
nifieeat performanrss of th* Oregon grille tlm ..»rel h«**»g° »Ul lw«rt»ly
njjreo with this opimon of Captain CliU'k, bor galUtu itr.
rumxt ;.**• •
LOAM AMD 7
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• nd. Tb* p* p»* tat **” itki" aka***.
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Col All : cen tb* **Bii>r army
.•ffievr at tb- Philippi*** " b#n th- dlt>-
patib was *••**■ prulMldy ■**♦*,»• d»y*
l.rfur* Its Hon* Kreig dal*. Th* ref
erence to China ptmle* cu an* tt*»t Col.
Ai.diison drains* ih«i kind ot c*v»lry
Washington. D (*•. July *2- Th*
mbir.el I* In tension dlaeuraln* Aguln
aldo’* proportion. Thl* b» cnuMder
a very serious com attention. Utat*
*Bl*4*l* advance th* theory that Ag
ulnablo has been encouraged by ‘h*
German* to break hi* compart with tbr
Hong K. n*. July 12.—1 tl* leaicwd to
day that the reason th* German crul*er
rttsd u hurtled trto here from Manila
Uins to send u long eaW* dispatch to
Berlin. T:-s* Kormuran was only In port
r it twtaty-fnur hour*. Hh* th -n start
,d bark to Manila. She received a leng
thy anr er. It I* thought on the v»-
sei's .orrlvel at Manila th* Germans
will show their hand*.
Manila. July If. via Hong Kong. Ju
ly -e> Tic Insurgents are gradually
Jetting the artillery tßto action against
j Ptudo Santa Me*o and Mailt*. The
I fighting is d suite, y. B I* sold cni semi
[nftiulal Spanish authority In Manila
that th** r*»fprt npvva from Cul>a l» a
\i! Ef’glfp!' fabrication," that in real
ity 111* Ppntrhtrds have been victorious
that Admiral Camara’* squadron
has coaled at Singapore, and la expec
ted here July 25.
Mrs. A. N. O'Keefe and daughter tir.d
Miss Ellen Sheron arrived In the city
today. They leave tomorrow for North
Carolina to spend tbe* balance of the