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Mam INa Frsaident and Ihr Fr#n<-n
amhsarodor. at lhr • hli«- boon#, laa*
malat It waa |»rartl«ally Mtaalllnl,
an •«( •-««< lualtr Ms all reapreda. hut
Ihrrr was a maNlfralall -n of ainad.'aal
mlMia In ihr administration nr
rlra that arrtnrd t« presage an aarl)
Mnratrni nt proc*.
M hat It Waa rounded On.
Foundation for tMa belief aa. afftrd
od ahta M. Oimtaa railed at the atat*
Ihiatimrli daring tha forenoon, and II
br. ame knonn that the amhaaaador
waa prepared to lit* reapona* to fur
ther latiutrtra that had been necessa
rily pal off laai nlghi which wore tn
relation t« the Hpanlah poalllon Al
though no definite atatemont could be
obtained from anyone acquainted with
the detalla of the altuatinn. U waa aur
triad that the ambaaaador. ha vine prr
aent.d rertaln HpanUh request* yester
day, In connection with the a> ceptaae#
of the four bane* of peace laid down
by the President. had been authnrl*“l
to modify or wundraw aurh of these
addlltonal renreaentattona aa rhould
prove unarceptaWe to the United
Peace In Sight.
At any rale, when the ambaaaador
appeared at the atate department and
with Secretary Thlebaut waa aahed in
to the diplomatic room, there waa a
general belief among the otflelala of the
atate department that pruapeeta had
brightened materially over night, and
that a reflation of hogtlllttea. at least,
waa In sight. Aa far aa can be gather
ed, our government la not particularly
concerned at the Innistenre of the Span
ish government upon reference of the
peace agreemrt. In Ita preaent atate, to
Our government. In dealing with an
other. recognlaes only the exerutlve
branch, and hold* that branch wholly
responsible for all lie acta or promlaea.
and it I*, therefore, prohaW.- that our
government will not concern Itaelf aa
When Secretary Day left the white
to what further international step* will
t*» necessary to satisfy sticklers for con
stitutional observance* in Spain.
Details of the Night Assault.
Special to The Herald.
Manila Bay. Aug. 4. Via Hong
Kong. Aug. 10. Further pariculars
of the fighting on Sunday night at Ma
late, of which news was wired" The Au
gusta Herald yesterday, furnished by
New York Journal representatives who
were in the trenches, states that .he
typhoon which had set in was hard,
the rain which was descending ca.ne
down in torrents, and the night was as
black as a hole in the uni
verse. This was (he situation when
three thousand Spaniards attacked the
American position on its right flank.
The Insurgents, as already told by
wire, had withdrawn for their feast
day celebrations, and their withdrawal
left our right open. But a line of
vigiiani pickets was out, and these men
fired on the Spanish advance and then
retreated, slowly firing as they came
once there was a great stir :n the
n* i>m» a »m
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|*w-«b' is> »bi« h ntifpd IN M« rwmd.
(In . tM fiMnd In Mn> city this after-
Mrs Uulghnn. had beta a S«Ver< r
frr n 111* trouble foe asrsemi years
'and revcNtly other raiiiplirstfwma Ml
'art in a hunt tea days ago **l»e waa
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atah:, <Mi«n Mr rwlghaai rrrmed a
tr leg ram raying that she waa •rlllcal
ly 111 He at rare Ml and surround
.d hr her lored mm. ahe passed au.clly
j Mir. f ulc> fi war a me*bar of ‘H*
Hton<* -dtr Me best Ist rhnr h .sN-l war
as far as her health would permi' ar
! lire la all things that pMftMMfi ••
rhurch -orh and charltf; lovabH in all
her relaiim*. II aras In her home life
that she was seen to the heal adrau
'age. aa the Soring mothar and devoted
j-;ife aiding nod ene-.uta* ng those
around her with lor tag words oe roun-
Ite.'de her hßstNind. Mrs Fulgi.m
j leave* to mourn her irreparable I ta*.
fre children. Misaea Marute. Carrie,
Jassle snd Mr Hilliard FuSgtitn and
Mr* F 1.. Cooper of South Carolina.
Tc these are extended In their hour of
j bereavement the ajrcnpMblM of raant
The tentam* will lie brought to the
city on the » M fleorgia Ira n lonight
and the luneral arrangemen'a will b*
FIRE AT LANGLEY.
Home of Mr. O. B l.ake Destroyed
I.iingley, «. C.. Aug. 10.—The home
Of Mr. O. B. l.ake, overseer of the
j Peerless clay work*, near here, was lo
! tally destroyed hy lire last night. The
i hf use was Insured tor *SOO. The loss Is
An Uncle of Mrs ftcKlnley Struck by
a Street Car.
Cauton. 0., Aug. 10.—Joseph Saxon,
an uncle of Mrs. McKinley's, was
struck by a stre2t car and aerloualy In
jured. He is well edyfiuoed in ysars
and suffered from.defective hearing.
There must be no relinquishing of
the grasp we already have upon the
threat of Spain, no yielding of a sin
gle point of vantage which we have
gained. Washington Post.,
camp. But there was no confusion.
The Tenth Pennsylvania bore <he
blunt of the attack, and checked the
Spanish advance until the Utah bat
tery, (he First California volunteers,
and two companies of the Third artil
lery, fighting as infantry, could get up
to strengthen the right of the line.
It wa.s a dreadful night and the Span
iards came on boldly through the dark
right up to the American intrench
Fought Like Veterans
The volunteers fought like veterans, |
though this was the rirst time they had i
been under fire. Cap ain Young got j
his Utah battery Into position with j
some difficulty on account of the mud. j
but be soon was enfilading the enemy's
The Americans were outnumbered, j
but they did no - yield an inch, and
their fire was fearfully destructive. As- j
ter a stubborn fight, the Spaniards
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CEI ESTIAL IN CtH RT.
t-harV, Hop Trtfs Ta*r tlWNl* IM*
If rv order.
Oar'.ey Hop a crleotiat who cuN
'•torts a aaaait atot*. war on* us th* ai
t <taat« Nt r-tor Par's roan today, and.
unis, a Hi of ana«*»aa*ot la the way
of gi> ua loM.osuay ta br h«a Kngi.sh
Charlay araa at*'ta#*d of #'« king aj
rooag a hli* man tocauae tbs youag
uan uaa n-i ready lo ae'Or a await i
| aero oat tha* he waa do* ih* ceManal.
"M • rota*, that wan. In wy ator*.
He lake anyth.ng and nr. Thai ley.
just put that on Hrhei ' He owe nr
th»t mow aome one » nth. den mm*
ats montha. den anae eight aaoniha.
I ash h nt what wake you owe *• long,
and be nr I ain't pa- you. Iny you
pay now and be ny |*«t wore on me
r uni Judge, he tame in and tube
tigaretl# and rigar any old thing, and
want Charley to rharge it, sod 1 hit
Mr. 11l •>son Crane repreaewled Char
ley and aaked that a light fine be ley
led. whlrh Judge Baxter lid, finding
the celestial $1
The Power of the Insurgent Leader
on the Wane.
Civile. I’hlHfiplne Islands, via Hong
K»ng. Aug. 10.—The Americana are
disgusted Kith Ihe • unduct of Aguliml
d«. the Insurgent leader, whose power la
•leaking, owing to the lari that (he
Fitlplnoa ace realising the unsubatantl
allty of his promise* Two Insurgent
steamers are now In Manila bay pro
visioning. ID order to Insure the escape
of Agulnaldn If n •••eassry.
The American field hospital worked
splendidly under the galling fire at Mu
late. and the courage and steadiness of
all the men, regulars and volunteer*,
eau*• d General Greene to otdctnlly
thank the troop*. The Kpuniarri* used
Mauser and Itemtngton rifles with brass
FOR THE SENATE.
Hon. C. S. Thomas Wtants to Succeed
Mr. W oleott.
Denver, Aur. 10.— Hon. Charles S.
Thomas, a leading lav yer and former
Democratic national committeeman for
Colorado, has formally announced his
cindldacy for the sent It) the United
Stales Senate now held by Wolcott;
COPYRIGHTED BY JOHN BARRETT.
were beaten off on the run.
Back to the Attack.
They reformed, however, and came
again. By this time the Americans
were in position and under complete
discipline, and their fire was all the
more deadly. They poured volley af
ter volley wherever the Spanish rifles
flashed, and again the enemy retreat
ed. They tried a third attack, but it
was very techie, and some of the A
mericans pursued their retreat, doing
The losses Sustained.
The loss was more than ordinarily
disproportionate, though the exact
Spanish figures cannot be Obtained.
The British admiral says the general
estimate in Manila is that between 300
and 400 Spaniards were killed and
nearly 1.000 wounded. These figures
are altogether possible, even in a night
engagement, as there was between
three ana« four hours’ continuous fight-
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tm frit* hot Campsi” C and t>. aotv at !
Maatta has k*wh *a mm tn mat tar At
|aMMt ttw* Iwtt t<> at Us mra at tie
fall pni of dtp is* lahartaai Art
tag t'« wwaador d*ta*aat Mt« tha*
tb»r w *utd not drill «w tit ai:«d*d
wo*! tor* furotahM ibeat Psraront
Ast m ported ta iJewteaaat fWsaM
twrarti Who promptly ordered aft Ih*
Mnlroatsata aadet MTwi Up *ad down
tb* ramp th** aw**h*d Mw thiw
hoar* They hat * hero slMpepd of their
arm* rod »*t* guarded oa nil aides
M >«niiK*ts from other auapaniew A
rourt martial ***a» inMNlarol
an uqly wreck
AT FUNNING ION OAF.
rare* CmcMpp n«*d W«a fropla
ttuM Dawn on Lmhankmaat.
Mid* brahma. Ky . Ang It MThlta
ibe Bis Ibbouag train waa roming fr.ro
I No. ton Va. U *»n»rh a tandslld* oror
Proptngtun G«P and three uashui
roilad down aa emh»nt.n*rot aigty f*et
Ahmn twroty paaswnger* war* aboard
all of wbotn were more or tea* in lure*l
Sapor.u »(ideal I. g*don of the CMm- ■
is ;land Vallw dtr «<» of the U. d
N. ha<l a rib broken and waa other
wise tu it lard. Charles Perl*, mana
ger of the Watt* Steel and Iron syndl
rat*, waa badly brotaed. aad W. W.
THialry of Kno* .-.uni* and his son
war* <oaalderahly bruisod Ttnsl*y a
•sound* may Srvaial wo
men war* also hart.
For State Election.
TR* SUR ExmiUtb Decides I poo
It I* to Be Appointed By Chairman
Special to The Herald.
Atlanta, (la., Aug. 10.—An Important
part of the executive committee work
was the decision to have a campaign
committee to take charge of the party's
fight in the fall election. Mr. dnßfgnon
will appoint the committee aome time
liefon August 15lh. He Is to derldd
upon the number of members.
The entire day was spent on the con
tent of J. E. Moseljr and R. T. Nesbllt
for the nomlnßtion for elate senator
from the Fifth district. Nesbitt was fi
nally declared to be the nominee of Ibe
The Obdam Is Still Loading at New
N. wport News. Va., Aug. 10. — The
Alamo sailed at 3 o'clock this morning
for Porto Rico with half ol the First
Kentucky nnd Gen. Grant and staff
aboard. The Obdam is still loading.
ing, some of ih hand to hand, and all
of it at murderous range.
The American loss has been given.
Battling Like Heroes.
When the First California and the
Pennsylvania reserves advanced to tr.e
support of the right wing, where the
mam body of Pennsylvanians were
battling like heroes, they were subjec
ted, both on the Cantina road and the
beach, to a heavy fire. But there was
no flinching nor wavering.
They found that the Tenth Pennsyl
vania bad but four rounds of ammuni
tion remaining when the reserves
la ought up fresliisupplies. The Span
iards had by a rush gone 150 yards
through and beyond our right flank,
mlieu the regulars of the Third artil
lery. armed as infantrymen, nushed
them back in confusion, the Pennsyl
vanians and Utah battery aiding gal
lantly in the work.
sit Mra im! (Mm «*m NmR ui
Kprki Trtf * lit TtiN HiHlflif
TMa Morgan CMy ANra tad IN# flw
Had Nro know It
Now Tartu AMB Ml. - A d»*pn«rN
tN* World from Monu* May Amwa*
1 say* TM* I bind PN t llppta* ropadl
ttrni u> bar*, a day* mm tnm Hanota
jIN M*r*r d;d an aaprdltlo* *Nrwrm«*r
I' mar* dang*«* or aNdma t*m* pavtt*
On ih* ray*** **» mro and tm* rdf-roe
died nnd fifty morw warn tahan abk.
.Typhoid and mrTOng'U. ptayad bnrae
oa tha trenapnr* Two fir»m*n want
In frit nnd Imp it ov at board (kit fir*
war tha worat parti a t ill The daad
at am are Kalph Bowar* ..goal rrwpo.
Ism * a gyles. Kroos* Hooker. Wyo
o, ng baitnikm; Frodertck Hark Mod.
Thirteenth Mtneroaia; It. P. K»rr.
Hoot roam engtnamw. Wart Virginia;
B.pbro R.*!dy Twan'r Find infantry
Dallsy Texat W D Rally ftramna.
Han Fmnrlaro; John HtorkrUl*. fira
•BM. Han FTnreww.
l ira on Hoard.
The float of tha trnnspmtt and th*
r».n*oy. th# omnlt.ir Mor terry war#
Ihraa day* out from Hawaii, warn fire
waa dlaroverod aboard tha transport
\ Morgan City. One of th* <re* ropor
ted to Uapt Dillon that there waa a
blase la the coal bunker* “o*l oat
ihe hero.** «» (he reply of lhe cap
At midnight, when ail the troop*
rare aaleep. Captain Dtllon assembled
tha crow and told them the newt.
Erarr man w»* pledged to aerrsry.
To let the solders know they were
over a raging Bra would ha to preclpl
lata a panic Silently Ibe men coupled
on the how and tha ataam pipe*. Then
they begun battling the flame* In the
Next morning the fire wa* as fieri*
A ever. Night and day the heroic
crew fought the fire, but with llttlo
Rurcee*. and mill the troops aboard did
not know a lire war burning beneath
The Morgan Clly fell off In speed and
the whole fleet was delayed. Captain
Dillon did not signal the flagship.
He kent the men at work fightlrg tho
flames in the bunkers while the troops
K . nt about on deck all unconscious of
their peril. The hunkers were still
burning when (he Morgan City arrived
here. Then for the rirst time the
troops learned of their danger. The
flumes were extinguished after tho
ship had been in port a few hours.
THE WAR BOARD.
A He.ting That Would Indicate the
Answer Isn't an Answer.
Special to The Herald.
Washington, D. C.. Aug. 10. —There
w.is nn important meeiing of the war
board this morning It discussed (he
sending of a squadron to Spain and
also one to Manila.
Why Isn’t a wedding in .he drawing
room a parlor match?
On the Left Wing.
After the attack on the right wing,
which began at eleven o’clock at night,
was repulsed, the second Spanish at
tack, at two o'clock in the morning,
was directed against our left wing. Af
ter thirty minutes of fighting the ene
*my was again beaten off, and the rain
seemed to be so heavy as to make fur
ther attack impossible.
At Long Pange.
•Hut at 3:GO a. m„ the battle was re
sumed at long range, the Spanish sharp
shooters firing from the trees, and the
batteries firing constantly, using brass
coaled bullets. The Americans,
soaked and powcletr-stained, stuck to
their guns for fourteen hours without
relief. No lights were there, or none
could be shown, and the accommoda
tions were entirely inadequate.
The Spaniards resumed firing on the
night of August 1, but the battle had
by that time /settled down into an ar-
ffft FOMA** * HU#
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lit H*« A»iM Iff frfff*) l»
MG c. A MhN*** bo* opp Mad for •
r* itfltt IN the TMtfN loon* t*g
Nrtt I Rat • ***MNONIt
TM* Allama Jw—nnl » »ma»ha tM thr
•not*** ** *•» taw * baa way waltas ih* '
. waMab* of roy *« that tk* major o*a
; apt' tin* hw * rapt lory
"MnJ C A Nt.lN*** of «*«W*l> I*
tm aptp*- **u Mw am* of tM* swraoria*
.* th* TMtrtl inn*** rm'mrot M«)
'Vtthaa* I* inrorlty tm tmman* huv ag
1 nod IN* yellow feror In It# *rm kr»“
Maj Wnbst* waa ahows «h# ylipptog
jtbia mtra nc
"l**, I hair aplptod for a port: «,
but U ha* hero WO. imp* rtaeo *eN
•ta* Brrt Mt. Wbro tM* wor Bryt
broke not I owda aptptestion for n ml
-net * or a map f a ptor* In aa ImtNJO#
"A tew day* ago cortatn realganttona
tn Col Ray • rsgtmrot took plae* and I
renewed my appltratloN A roe of my
friend* in Waahlagtoo are now noth
ing tha maiter for me "
'l# It bo that yon were offered a rot
one try in the Tenth rogtmrot of im
mune*. now *taliened at Camp DyerF*
“Yea. I oaa offer'd tha position, but
.onetinted I praferred a pnatlioa with
the Third regiment. I know Col. Bay
“How about yoor having font
through a yellow fever elege and are |
now *trictly an immane ta every mow
of the word, a* Ibe Journal aaya?"
"Oh. ye*. I had a caae of yellow jaek
In Memphis daring the epM-mle of
IgTS and have no fear of the disease."
answered thr major
Yesterday MaJ. Withers telegraph'd
Washing! m regarding hi# aplptration
and 1* expecting to hear from lhere to
day or tomorrow.
The varancl*# In Col. Ray'* regiment
will have to be Ailed and the President
by appointing MaJ. Withers lo 'ho
place of a colonel or major would place
on* well qualiAed la military tgc'lta
and well used lo army life In the ranks.
Ills record In the civil war shows well
in hi* favor and hi* many friend# will
extend him their moat esrneat withes
that he obtain tb<» appointment.
Name* Must Be Sent In By Saturday,
All who contemplate becoming mem
ber* of (he Second Lyceum will send
, In their nsmes before the 13th, a* the
' Hat will of necessity be closed then, so
'that engagements can be made for the
ensuing season. There are already, tn
addition to Lyceum A. about lf<o
of the required 300 names enrolled for
Many have signified their readiness
(o Join, bu thuve been deterred from
one cause or anolher from sending In
Itlicif names before now. Should they
not want ot get shut out entirely from
this avenue of pleasure, they are urged
to delay no longer, hut to have their
names enrolled before the 13th of Au
Mra. C. J. T. Balk and Miss Kmmle I
Balk have returned from a visit to
friends in Charleston. ,
tillery duel. Spanish shells killed
William Springfield of the First Col
orado, and wounded Private Fred Field
of the First California, and Private Ed
Zachary of the Colorado regiment,
On the night of the second there was
some desultory firing. P. Lewis, of
the First Nebraska, was killed, and an
other private of the same regiment was
wounded. This ended the battle,
(hough nightly skirmishes continue.
The ships took no part. But Jn a day
or two, if General August! does not.
show Ihe white flag, lie will he given
a taste of American valor whim it Is
It I to an attack,
A Serious Question.
There has arisen out of this fighting,
however, a most serious question as to
the attitude of Aguinaldo and the
Philippines. More than five hundred
of them quit the trenches on Sunday
morning, leaving our right wing ex
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the body of Mr* J«hn T. Orr. dooff
tram portoo admin.rteewd by bar own
lead* TM* nrtMWi of th* ma*. warn
sit oagraro a* hrthro* Will !»#*<•***.
Mbnop cm*l*. Droot* R««i Ri»n
TM* khorg* A gain#l t h*m
Th* foot nagraro wro# chargad wMh
tba brwtal aroaaalnmtn* of Job* T.
(hr. n prammoai hncdwnr* m*rth*nt.
a >1 Mra Orr Ih* w:ff of th* mardmwd
man *a* oodar artort a* ha acr**NoiT.
K*. temotM ha* broo at fever boat for
several day* and loot night at aiorro
Ic'rtorh doteiarlned mro bogno to «*-
(her M «b# poNtc agom* No ma*ha
were Worn and whoo th# *wh namher
sl Ht an Bdranro waa mad* on tha
Jail Demand wa# made upon Dopatr
Sheriff Mllor** to ffiv# op tba hay*,
who, after aome parleylNff. epened the
|c*di door*, and the prison ere. with tha
exception of Mr* Orr. who wa* ta n
dv ng roodllkm war* taken Into tb*
* ..pen air.
Cl.. i nnD»pJ
e’l*w VtiNikaai*• •
The woman. Rllla Weaver, made a
onfraaion, and without farther delay,
the four prirooer* were tahan to an
old row mill on the outafcirta of the
town, and hanged
The roroner'a Jury today rendered a
verdict that the deceased war* killed
by unknown parties.
WORK AT THE WRECKS.
It Is 8.-llcved the Marla Theresa Will
he Floated Soon.
Guantanamo Bay. Culm. Aug. I#.—
The Newark. Scorpion, Suwanee and
Heo.lute, with marines, rolled this af
ternoon The Badger and I. J. Merritt
hurc arrived. The latter wttl proreed
to the wreck of the Cristobal Colon.
The Marrttf -Chapman wrecker* think
the Maria Tere** 1* held in position by
a rock through her bottom forward, but
expect to haul her off Boon.
nOUTHFUL FOR THE SOUTH.
Where They Are Thinking of Estab
lishing a Few Camps.
Washington. D. C., Aug. 10.—The
war department haa under conaldera
tlr.n the establishment of army camps
at Lexington. Ky.. Knoxville. Tenn.,
and Tryon, N. C.
Artny officers have Iteen iletalled.nnil
are now examining Into the suitability
of 1 ach of the*;- places, and. If their re
porta are satisfactory, camps will be es
tablished anil orders issued directing
the various commands now at Chlcka
matiKH to move to the new ramps.
Orders were issued this afternoon for
the Camp Alger aad Manassas troops
jto move into camps at Islington, Ky.,
Knoxville. Term., and Middleton. Ua.
.The First Georgia will go to Middleton.
posed. Though it was their feast day.
lit is believed they acted in concert with
the Spaniards. Practically not a
i Flllipino fought during all the engage
So orders have been issued that the
American troops shall have absolute
ly no communication with the natives.
Aguinaldo estimated the Spanish loss
at only 100 killed. His attitude remains
Manila is stunned by the splendid
fighting of the Americans in the battle
of the 31st. The Spanish soldiers and
residents actually expected a grand vlc
j torv. driving the enemy into the sea.
| They had been reading lying reports of
'the condition and unmber of the A
mericans. The Spanish loss is very
heavy, including many officers. The
Spaniards planned to turn the Ameri
can right flank, making a joint attack
on the front and right.