40 of Our Soldiers Attacked
By 800 of the Enemy.
After a Gallant Defense, Warships ('>o to the Rescue, Repulse the Spaniards and Kill
One Hundred of Them -Guarding Against a Further Attack,
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to The HtnM.
ft> otr, a«* 11. A4*ir*s Caar**-
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to The Jour Ml:
**TB* I'alsed Stair* aboer |fMl |M
•rwi-y and rhlwalry toward Spain.
Any other power would harr Imposed
*..r* arret, condltlonx Europe
ought not to M alarmed at ih« new
power which appear* oa the hor'xon.
The l'nltr4 State* hare no d**ire to
enter the cvntroveraie* of European
politic*, bat Europe la bound, sooner
or later, to retire and leave all Atae."
ka to Americana”
DEATH OF MR. AMAKER.
New* of It Reached the City This
The new* of the death of Mr. Lindsey
Amaker reached (he city this morning,
he haring died last night at his heme
near Harlem, after a long Illness
caused by that dread disease, consump
Mr. Amaker was well and favorably
Vno'vn In Augusta, having come here
ervital years ago. For several year he
■i as connected with the J. B. White
dry goods department, hot latterly had
been engaged In the grocery business
wita Mi. Lnwtettce Barksdale. A fee/
month* ago his falling health tieeess’-
fated Ms retirement and since then
he has t>een living at bis country home,
where the end cams peacefully last
Mr. Amaker «pi a young man. he
irs only 34 years of age, and was ad
mireu by al for hie upright morsls'pod
m.iti} sterling qualities. His funeral
wi-i occur this afternoon lu Columbia
county, Rev. M. Duren offlc'atlng.
B»*r» the Kind Yog Hjw Always Bought
Between Officer Colvin and Mr. Geo.
Polle Officer W. T. Colvin and Mr.
Geo. Prico engaged in a difficulty last
afternoon. In which Mr. Price >vas hit
with a brick by the officer. The af
fair concerned certain letters Price ac
cused Colvin of writing about him. The
officers was off duty at the time of the
A case has been docketed against
Colvin and was to have been tried be
fore the recorder to day. but was con
tinued over till tomorrow. Attorney
Alex Clm represents Mr. Price.
The letter gentleman has a very
badly bruised eye, as the result ct the
Before purchasing a pistol or gun,
rail on me. I can save you money. Lew
is t Krhnul Pawnbroker on Jackson
street. established 1890.
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Col. Jo«i» DtMppf"* to of Some of lift
Court I fflMtfi>t*
Harl tlrtuv art being got la tl»e*e
‘pafile* •"'re pirforgi#* wolutkw*. ;
at tbey rso. |lt>wvi • 'Be road, prt'lnlr |
’ bail a mil* a«tajr, »•» another row- j
1 word of rommanri and rame Into ramp j
When emitted the per»plmt*on j
W'rt ru: ninz In lipafßa ilowti (heir fa* j
ret nnd It aam't ao warm th!a morn- j
| ini, e‘.th**r.
At w** ttaied a day or two nine* In j
i The Herald, thr delinnoenta who rete-
Ihrated the pay day of the regtamt
I wrr? up hr for** the rourt martial and
th<* reaulta were known this merning.
About half a do*eu of the toMlm
wire tried imd- r thr 32nd article cf
war. which rrode m follows.
“Any soldier who absents himself
• from his troop, hatter?. romnany or
detachment without leave of his enm
j niniiding officer*. shall be punished as
! a courtaifirtte! may direct ."
The lieutenant colonel la th ß trial
i judge and the charges and specifics*
| time are drawn up and preferred by
(the respective captains.
In the present instances the charges
! were a violation of thr 32nd ertirle and
jthe sp<ciflratlons were that‘Private Ro
iand-So did absent hltrrel? from camp,
: without leave, for a period from
! o’clock on Aug. until o'clock on
I Aug. —.”
It Is learned that Col. Jones was
| disposed to take a lenient view in
some of the findings. Inasmuch os In
'these case* It was the first offense.
Taking nil the facts of the case togeth
er, the first pay day. the rawness and
greenness of the troop*, ignorance ns
| yet of oil the rules ar.d regulations it
; has been stated that there has been
comparatively little trouble lu Augusta
and the troops wf the Tenth regiment
have not behaved nearly as bad es
those stationed ct other ramps.
In the case of Shivers, he has re
ceived, or will received, a dishonorable
discharge from the army.
The discharge patters will be sent on
in the course of time from Washing
ton by the secretary of war, and with
out any further ceremony, Shlvprs'
name will be dropped from the rolls.
The sentences of those found guilty,
with no extenuating circumstances, has
generally been the forfeiture of
month's pay and thirty days In the
Revo'utionary Band Yelling For the
Special to The Herald.
Madrid, Aug. 11. A revolutionary
band presented itself in the town of
Sarratella, shouting. ‘‘Long live the
republic!” It is being pursued by
c a m.rp oria.
B( , aratbe Have Always Bo#!
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London. Aug, 11.- A dispatch fr ‘‘ m !
I Madrid sno .un. es that th* Spanish j
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aated by the t'nltsJ State* aa aatlsfar
cahiad to Cambran to affix Spain* aig
losturv. It • expected that boaUlltlea ’
Augusta Weekly to Make Appears nee
The Searchlight, an » Ighi-psgc week
ly paper will make H* Is.u to the Au
gusta public on Saturday afternoon, the
Mr. Frank Heard la at the h.-ad of
the nest sheet, lie bad Intend 'd call- ]
ing It the "Kinet. /cope,” but changed j
It to the ''Searchlight."
The headquarters will be at 307 Me- ;
Inti sh street. The projertnrs of the
new paper claim for It the following
“Chained to no power of any sway.
W'U drove to the truth where'er she 1
leads the way.”
The projectors also set forth the fol
lowing In a circular: "It will be thor
oughly Independent In nil tilings, I
knowing no political party, no religious
!r«cl nntl no clique or faction In social
realms. It will be published In the in
j terrst of the proprietors and the pub
Four ladies hove been engaged as
spyclol contrlhulors and a member of
the gentler sex will look after the
canvassing for the paper.
Have Arrived For Use of Tenth Regi
Bandmaster Horace Verdery of the
Tenth regiment was seen by a Hetald
reporter this morning. ‘‘No, the
bund Instruments have not arrived
yet,” said Mr. Verdery, In answer to
whether the instruments had come.
“They are expected shortly." he con
tinued, "and while we ore waiting for
them the men who have cornets are
practicing on them ard all arc being
drilled in the marching manouvres.”
Only one member of the hand Is from
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
STORE 30X100. APPLY
TO J. H. MOHRMAN.
Five Colored Characters FineJ One
Emma Bowman, Nora Bowman. Jrela
Bowman, Maggie Davis and Mary Da
vis were a qulntettti. of colored offen
ders who fart'd Judge Baxter this mor
They had raised quite a disturbance
las: afternoon In their neigh borhoood.
The judge lined each sl.
Wm. Reynolds was fined *2.50 for a
breach of No. 18.
“Red” Brown was given seven days
In jail for a like offense.
Will Kelly and Gus Beard paid $2.50
for a violation of the eighteenth.
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A Most I'aiqir Caw (Mmaißg a ■
Ir. Julius Prater HMa'l l-lhe l.*w
koH's Ad»cril.*ing Dummy.
Aa unique a me •« his honor has
I perhaps ever La cued to engaged biS|
iattrnt.oo this morning. It •*’ *' re-,
ronler'a court aa4 the dramatis pev
.»«.»*# in the case that ta to be related j
| e.*rv Oe rge Logoff hi* son lauaruaj
ILrnkoff. and Julius Brag. r. At least |
the* mere the uiain artists, but there
| were uisn. character* which took ttie
I role of witnesses.
| But to the case:
A few preliminary remarks. If you j
! On lower Broad street George IgX' j
koff conducts a clothing business.
Next door, ot near by, anyway, Julius'
Prager Is Lkew.se engaged. Mr. Bra
ger Is unfortunate in that ue la af
flicted and us«M clutches. The mer
it hants are great rivals, according to
the icsi.uiouy of a witness, anil ruich
lis envious of the other to such an
!extent that when one seen a bundle of!
i goods coming out of the other’s store
lit doe* not take much lo start a fuss.
9o much for the preliminaries. Yes
ilords;' afternoon Lnxurus L itkoff con-
FtruttFd a clothing dummy, a umall af
i fair, biiii placed it on a Isux in front
jof the store ri h!s fattier, "Jusi to
• nbciv what amall children's clothings
we keep." as he told (he Judge totlay.
Julius Brager saw the dummy and
young Lenhoff remarknl "It look* like
Now. that vvas an uncalled for and
|raiher hurting remark, as the only
similarity Nas that two sticks prop
ped the fiffure up, and Brager took It
to mean that the sticks represented
He did not doubt for a moment that
the dummy was placed In front of the
store lo wound his feelings and he
then rcsolvrd on vengeance and had
a case docketed against the Lenkoffs
at police station. The matter was
aired In court today, many amusing
Incidents being brought out. Mr.
Prager insisted that the dummy was
made to represent him and the Len
koffs insisted that it was only to show
off the garments for salo.
"Bring forth the dummy,” demand
ed Judye Baxter.
The dummy was produced.
It was a small affair and why any
one could seo any resemblance be
tween it and the prosecutor in the
place seemed si range. The offending
sticks that had propped It up were
Mr. Russell of Russell & R ncnfleld,
the attorneys, represented the Lenk
offs. He made a brief argument, say
ing the charge against his client was
a viola ion of the eighteenth, and
while that section was quite an elas
tic one. he knew, and “could catch ’em
coming and going,” he had never heard
of dummies being mentioned tn it."
Judge Baxter agreed with him, and
said he could not see where any viola
tion cf ruction 18 had been made.
He therefore dismissed the case.
Prager lefi the court saying that lie
would kill Letrkoff If a< more dum
mies were made.
“Judge, I opr afraid to leave court,
after what that, man said,” remarked
Lenkoff. in » frightened voire.
“Well, If he assaults and kills you, j
make a ease against him.” answered
the judge, add Lrrkoff, with the of-'
tending dummy uadej his arm, left!
the court rooru, '
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FILES A PETITION
IHr Asks Thai Hr br A4ja4gr4 a
Assets Non* and Airouut of Indebt
edness »».»<**■ <•
Th* aev ad petition filed befnraj
I ('uorißiMiuti'f Cult In ithiAi *h»l tl>®
' IN : i-oiter Imp a4Ju4|«*4 ft bankrupt ,
ins -d on re«-»rd this mornin* TH* i
l» ;ttion< r ta Mr. Markus llaucn. cm-1
i (>lo co by Mr. J. Baum * 00. Tbe,
wording of the petition t* In the ususl
1 (orm the pH.turner artung forth his:
lauet'iednesa and asset*, which, in thin
I (atr> m-(> <!«»> lart d to be ao uukuutvit
| In other words, the petitioner de- 1
• dares that he Is without any personal j
I property. j
He *c:s forth that he owe* debts snd
not being in a position to cancel the
name asks lhal tbe court declare hlut
j a bankrupt.
gettion 2 of the petition reads :
"The petitioner owe* tlnbis that hr
I is tira'de to pay.”
Section Kjtadt: *
That he ha* oo property or chose* I
I la act ion either real or personal.
Fifteen creditor* are named in the
petition, six loral and nine foreign, ]
rooat of the latter In Baltimore. The
largest lucol creditor is J. llaum &
Hor, petitioner being Indebted to themj
to the extent of $1,118.22. The largest
foreign creditor Is H. Lanrhhclmrr t
p -n of llalllmore. to whom the peti
tioner Is indebted to the amount of
The smallest local creditor 1* the Ail- i
gusta railway and electric company, to
whom petitioner owes sl2 for electric
The total indablednesg amounts to
Judge H. C. Ronry Is petitioner's
THE HILL IS ORINDINO.
Clark nilllng Company's Plant In Op
The Olntk Milling Company have, ns
stated they would in The Herald some
few days ago, started their mill to ;
The company Is now ready to supply ]
the trade with flour of various grades
and corn meal.
They have thp latest Improved rna- 1
ehlnery In their plant. Tliel- capacity Is
KSO barrels per day.
Orders are coming tn right along.
Spent a While at Police Station Last
Seven drunken soldiers were locked
up at police Station until a provost
guard arrived from Gamp Dyer to take
them to camp last night.
The police are quite accommodating
about putting soldiers in the "Jug" un
til the provost guard can overhaul
them. It is u nightly occurrence for
a soldier or so to be brought into the
The Bathing Pond is Always a Popu
Burch’s bathing pond Is the popular
rendezvous of the pleasure loving peo
ple this season. Every ladies’ day par
ties arc made up for a spin ti> the pond.
After a dip In the refreshing water,
lunch is enjoyed, picnic style. In the
upstairs Ifavilion. Fully Heventy or a
hundred enjoyed the bathing last even
ing, and the scene at the pond and in
the woods was one of unusual anima
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A Short U i • Cofuiit.
. Warn#**! a xtl«Serft«*«* of Ira.
A paradit of s*lia«l«*,
! Juj»l trn <»f (milmleaf fans,
A latfr of |rm<*fi«<h*.
, Wanted-—ft n anowatonvi* (old,
I HrfrliA*rat(»rs txv#*nty,
An Ifflwri blur, «u*nu* Miiurli, too,
i Ajul frm— in plenty.
| Waniff! i l»un« h of ml north |» »U a.
j All cool, and utifT, um* nloo,
And around thorn thrown a frigid «'*nr
j H»ndwl( h«*d with al *rl and Irr.
—D. Q. H., in Savannah l*r»n*.
Romantic Marrtsg: Young Georgians.
A correspondent write* from Rome:
Mr. Hoisted Smith, Jr., son of City
Clerk Halsted Smith, and Miss Bonnie
M (thins Foster, the cha?ruing 18 year
(>ld daughter of Colonel and Mrs, John
IC. Foster, were married here at the
resld-.uiee of Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Chedaey, yesterday morning, at 8
o'clock. Rev. C. Buckner Hudgins, of
j St. Peter's Episcopal church, official
j The wedding was a rather romantic
j affair, and the history of the courtship
j and marriage of these popular young
people makes an Interesting story.
It seems that there was another pop
ular young Roman seeking the favor
of Miss Foster, but, as there were pa
rental objections, he had solicited the
assistance of young Smith with the
charming young lady.
Smith proved an excellent ally for a
while, but he himself became enamor
ed of the charms of the young lady.
The sequel Is not surprising.
A few days ago Miss Foster went to
! Lyerly, alsiut 30 miles north of here,
Ito visit relative*. Sunday Mr. Smith
I went up to Lyerly to call.
S He was pleasantly received In <he
home where Mlbs Foster was a guest.
Monday evening they decided to mar
ry at once, and so, under pretense of
taking a moonlight ride, they 1 'ft the
home where Miss Foster was visiting,
drove through the country to Rome, ar
riving here early yesterday morning.
I The went to the home of Mr. Ohld
!ney, who was a mutual friend, and the
securing of the services of Dr. Hud
' gins was a matter of only a few mo
The young people later in the day
made the marriage public, and are now
pleasantly domiciled at the home of
Mr. Smith's father on South Broad
Colonel Foster was Informed of the
marriage soon after it occurred and for
gave the young people, and happiness
new reigns supreme.
Mr. Smith is the son of City Glerk
Smith and has quite a large number of
friends In Rome, who heartily congtat
ulate him upon the bride he lias won.
A Tactful Retort.
There is always a certain amount of
gratification In hearing of a really clev
er woman gracefully suppressing upon
occasion a pompous and conceited man
when she does it without rudeness. An
Augusta woman writing recently of hei
stay with some very prominent people
in a northern state tells a story of a
certaJn welt known a/id altogether im
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Feuerou* Dopatioit* to Army,
Mi*. (Y. Henry Cohen i*r*(**d * *m
fermis deni'bin today, from the llan
■ nek Army and Navy league, through
Mtsa Glyd- WNle. <"rre« ponding aee
retary. Mr*. Cohen Immediately ln
v -t-d the sum lu beef-tea extract and
ndensed milk for the sick In the hos
pital at Mcßheraon tiarrachs, as they
were greatly In need of the** article*.
Mis* De I eon Complimented.
Mr*. Cornelius VoiMI complimented
her guest. Mlsa Alma De la-on of Sa
vannah, with a bicycle ride last night.
The party, about twenty-five tn num
ber. after tbe ride, returned to Mr*.
M(lies' home, where icfreshment* were
served, snd "up-Jlnk*" and other
game* were played until a late hour.
Thursday Reading Club.
Owing to the absence from the city
iof so many members, there was no
of the Reading club this morn
ing. It I* probable the meeting* will
not be continued until September.
; Cm account of the rain, the meeting
iof the King's Daughters, to have been
held et Mrs. Rowland * yesterday, was
The Misses Weed arrived In the city
Mrs. James Daly has returned from
Mrs. Pinckney Thomas has returned
Miss Marlon Oates has returned from
a visit to Atlanta.
j Misses Clare and Helen Welstger are
In Brevard, N. C.
Miss Dora I • lie Webb Is visiting Miss
Belle Walker on Bath.
Rev. Dr. Chauncey Williams Is spen
ding a few days at Flat Rock.
Mrs. Webb. Miss Fannie Webb and
Miss Crane have gone to Tryon.
Miss Rosa Woodbury, of Athens, Is
the guest of Mrs. Patrick Walsh.
Mrs. Herbert De Vaughan is spend
ing the summer at Washington, D. C.
Miss Kate Malone leaves today for
Saluda, where she will spend the rest
of the summer.
Mr. N. J. Cotter left for Asheville.
N. this morning. He was acrompa
ni d by his charming daughter, Mis 3
Mamie, and Miss Marie Kelly. They
will be gone for the balance of the
Miss Jocela Summers, of Augusta,who
has made many friends here on her
I r vimis visits, Is the guest of Miss All
ele Dealing, fi Parks street. West End.
Miss Byrnie Dugas and Miss Mona
Dllgas entertained a few friends Infor
mally and delightfully last evening at
j the residence of their mother, Mrs. 8.~
i atrlce Dugas, on North avenue. The
young people present with the hostess
were: Miss Isabel Thomas, Miss Marie
Mitchell, Miss Josle Smythe of Augusta,
Miss Aline Ruse, Mr. Walter Richards.
Mr Priestly Ormo, Mr. Thomas Scrut-
Q h Jr., Mr. Edward Dougherty, Mr.
jcuyler Simth.—Atlanta Journal.