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American Missionaries and Their Converts
Flaa For Their Uvea.
Unlaaa It la Speedily Suppreafod It Will Ac
auma Formidable Proportiona.
There May Vet Be an Opportunity For French Inter
ference* - - Vigorous Measures Bam* Used to Pro
tect Nativa Christiana.
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They W«n Both Is U« WNN llw
Ml In ThS litlftM
C Um‘u*. It C.. Aug JS. Last
tifti at i: It u t tuck Mna* ItMIH tool
and kill*4 Robert Richardson o»
W ashing.uu str**?, soar Main 1*
r.Haiti> after »h* shotting Ketw*
gave hlDWlf up to lb« dflctil. H*
any* he a«4 Rubaidson mn* ta low*
ailt lb* umr momaa act tt u»nu an
It tk*y to* very jealous of aark oth
er. They had a qnarrt! >aal Honda?
aad Hi hsrdson. ao Rora rtaim*
tbreutened hta life. Lnst Bight iktj
B> anti alter mar warm word*
Hoar** fired soar »hot* at R.chardson
■ ecs of whirh bit bln la the left
breaat tod ranged down'raid and In
rraid pridiabljr pent traling the upper
right border of the heart. I tenth en
sued fifteen to nutes after the (boot
An Inquest wtllbe held thia morning
R raves la n peareable negro, who
work* at T. C, Dmt A Co,'s butcher
at all. Riehardson, alao a negro. *»as a
waiter !< \ some family In the moun
tains and did not bear such a good rrp-
A Sudden Death.
Yetierda!' morning between 6:30 and
7 o'clock. Jane Jackson, a nemo wo
man of 111 repute was found dead In
her bd at her house oa Gale street.
The case was reported to Policeman
Hammond, who notified Coroner
The coroner held an inquest at 11
o'clock and evidence was brought out
to show that the woman bad been
drunk far three months. It was also
learned that she used morphine pret
ty freely. Yes'erday afternoon she
bought fve conus worth, but none of
it had been used. The jury returned
the following verdict: Jane Jackson
came to her death from continuous
While the inquest was being held, a
number of women who had ga.hertd
around, could be heard, one after art
other. to say. "1 ain't goto’ to
drink nry more. You see it done kill
Mechanics vs. Soldiers
There. wa3 a lively game of baseball
- rt the fair grounds yesterday afler
■ norn between a town team—the Me
i hanlcs anti a picked team from
Cam Ceo. Only seven innings were
played, as dark set in after the sev
enth. The playe.» were at a disad
vantage on account cf tall grass just
outside of the diamond. A number of
tirri* the ball was lost, letting in all
men on bases.
The line un was as follows:
Mechanics—McPherson, es; S'vygert.
c; Wlngard. rs: Waites, R.. 2b; Gsuon,
If; Waites. W., lb; Dodson and Craig.
3b; McDougall. ss: Tarver, p. Soldiers
, —Pauling, cf; Fletcher, c; Moore, rs;
Crouch. 2b; Spark. If; Falrey, lb;
■Leach, 3b; Passailaigue, ss; DeCamps,
The score by innings is as follows:
1234 5 6 7
Mechanics 1 31 305 I—l 4
Sold less 0 1 0 1 0 3 OA 5
A large cromd was in attendance.
The regimental band furnished elegant
music. This is the first of a series of
The last meeting of Richland county
campaign was held last night at the
court, house. The senatorial candi
da'.ea were the first speakers. They
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THE PYTHIAN LODGE.
It Is Mill l.systM os Ik* Vsmllss of
Indianapolis Ind Aug ». Th<
elertlou of officers of lb* supreme
lodge of Knights cf Pytlun* did n >i
• ski pine.* this morning. It was ob
jected to per use the Inveviigntteos if*
now going on. tin* delegate saying It
<vns not tbe proper thing to rim men
who nr* under investigation Them
were Murray tlsiv In the. lodge room
this morning and *eveml appropria
tions which usually went through with
a whirl at former meetings were either
referred or voted down and there was
a strong determination on the part of 1
these opposed tc the present supreme
cflier rs to stick close to Pythian laws
in everything. This morning a resolu
tion was Introduced iha: rut tbe ex
penses of the tn-*tlng of the supreme
lodge In hclf and will make (his ses
sion (he ch« «p -st ever held with so
many representatives present. There
was a resolution introducing reports
from officers as to supplies furnished
and declaring in future such purchases j
must b<* made hy competitive bids An l
inquiry was also made as to the pres- I
ent condition of the claim held by the 1
supreme lodge against th’ City Nation
al bank cf Fort Worth. Texaa.
TROOPS rtUSIERED OUT.
No Georgia Bodies Are rtentloned In
Washington, Aug. 25.—Ordera Issued
today muster out the following:
The Fourth Pennsylvania Infantry;
Bixth Illinois Infantry; Second Wis
consin Infantry; three Louisa na light
batteries: two Rhode Island light b,„t
terics; two lc>va light batteries; two i
Oregon light batteries; the First Wia- i
eensin light battery; two troops of,
Kentucky cavalry; Light Battery A of
the Miaronrl light artillery; the Twen- j
ty aoven'h light battery cf Indiana ar- i
tillrry and light batteries A, B nnd C
of Pennsylvania light batteries. Where j
the troepa will be muatsred cut la not
specifically designated. They Include
ell that nrrr, of the service from the
A SERIOUS COLLISION.
Twelve People Here or less Injured
Port Huron. Mich.. Aug. 25.—Twelve
persona, all from this state, were more
or leas seriously Injured in a collision
on the Flint and Peru Marquette rail
road here. One of the trains carried
two hundred excursionists,, and wh n
the traina came together a frightful
panic e-naued. Passengers in the over
turned cars were screaming and smug
gling to extricate themselves. In the
excitement many women v re trampled
under foot and innumetable slight In
juries were inflicted.
Cuba “Foreign” to Spain,
Havana, Aug. 25. The Spanish co
lonial authorities, while they have d -
elded that merchandise from Santiago
and other porta occiinterl by the Amer
ican force? is to bo considered foreign
and thus subject to custom house du
ties, have taken under special consid
eration the future of agricultural pro
ducts and manufacturing industries at
such points with a view to suggesting
to the Madrid government, a modus Vi
vendi with the American government
itgarding the tame.
THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
Gen. Miles’Return Means Trouble For
the War Department i
Why Was He Euchred Out of Leading the Army
Messages Were Undelivered and the President's Personal Orders
Were Ignored By Secretary Alger.
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c tntDAAd, but the* sttry gi*e*w first to
ten thousand, then to f fleen thousand,
finally t« twenty thousand, with Gene
ral Shatter still In command. It was
i always understood officially that Gen- j
| eraDMilea was to le*d tbe grand army
of invasion Into Tuba lint affahs
got into such a mess at Tampa that
General Miles was sew there hy (ha
pres dent to straighten them out and'
get General Shaffer's army aboard ttiw
tranupo-fs. General Miles found aN
fairs In such a condition that be »cle-<
gi Bpbcd the president that he deemed*
It Inadvisable for the expedition ta
star' under the msnKgement which
had permitted such confusion at Tktn-
A BIG FIRE
Wing’s Planing Mill Was Toially
The Mill Was One of the Old Land
marks of the City.
I Special to The Herald,
i Columbia, S. C., Aug. 25. —At four
o'clock this morning fire broke out in
Wing's planing mill, to the rear of the
! Columbia Female college. It was a
I frame building and was totally ilea
troyed in an hour. The rear wing of
I the college Industrial hull caught, but
-as put cut with slight damage. A
fc ■ small outbuildings on both prop
erties were destroyed. Value of the
mill, 310.000; insurance, $6,500. The
mill was owned by John Feast or, and
was an old landmark.
LEAVING CAHP THOMAS.
The Second Biigade Has Now Gone to
Ohickamauga, Aug. 25,—The first Il
linois cavalry left early today for Fort
Sheridan. Chicago. The 158th Indiana,
the first West Virginia and the sixth
Ohio leave late this evening for Knox
ville, where they remain until further
orders. These regiments compose the
second brigade, second division, third
army corps. Preparations are progress
ing today for the wort of mustering out
the second. Tbe Nebraska light artil
lery Is now here.
The number of sbk at ramp Thomas
Is being rapidly decreased by many of
the sick mi n being sen! to their homes.
The hospital (rains, provided with ev-,
ery comfort, leave daily for various
Off For Santiago
New Yotk. Aug. 25.—The United
Rtat'S transport Vlgliancia passed
Sandy Hook, bound out. this morning, j
It has the twenty-third regiment of I
colored infantry of Topeka. Kansas, on;
board, hound for Santiago. i
j pa. H* asked the president's permia
•icn to take command of the army of
On Ik* receipt of this dispatch i)te
president himself wrote a messagp to i
General Miles authorising htm to taJmi
'command nnd proceed lo Santiago,i
The message was sent to the war de
partment for transmission. li n*if*c
reached General Mile*. Genet*!
Shaft nr and his army started for rig*"
: tiago. and the camphign was isgan,;
For His Declaration Concerning the
It Is Said Archbishop Ireland May be
Made a Cardinal.
Special lo The Herald.
Rome, Aug. 25. Cardinal R'’tnpol
la, papal secretary of stale, has teler
[ graphed to Archbishop Ireland to call
I on President McKinley and thank him
j for his declaration concerning the Ca
tholic religion in< tile tciritories cap
tured hy the United States. The
i pope probaMy make Archbishop
t Ireland a cardinal; as ihe United States
i have only one cardinal. The Vatican
; thinks morn arc advisable.
Ordered From Porto Rico.
Washington, D. C., Aug. 25. —Orders
were Issued to General Miles to send
home from Porto Itlco all Ihe troops
not actually needed for service there.
No point has br"n designated for dls
■ embarkation In the United States, hut
| the examination of several Is In prog
j re«s. It Is expected that some of Ihe
; troops will be sent home 'tom Porto
; lileo tomorrow. The first arrivals will
be stationed at New York.
All For Huntsville.
Washington, D. 0., Aug. 25.—The fol
lowing was posted ai the war depart
ment this morning:
"Washington, Aug. 24.—T0 General
fVpping'r, Huntsville: You will order
the retrieval of all your corps now at
! Fernand.inti to Huntsville at once. Tills
! movement should be expedited in every
■‘Hy older of the Secretary of War.
New York Futures
New York, Augs 25.—Futures opened
[qniet. Aug. 6.43; Sept. 5.50: Oet. 5.56;
Nov. 5.58; Dee.', 5.61: Jan. 5.65: Feb.
5.68; March 5.72;; April 5.75 May 5.78;
MAJOR OFWKRAL MILKS.
and carrted on. In absolute disregard
of the orders of General Miles. Among
these orders were directions that none
of Shatter'* troops should occupy any
;bouse* at any landing place, and (hat
I Cuban refugees should not be permit
i led Inside the American line*. Oen
, Milm' coming home now frightens
,certain officials of (he war department,
for (hey know (hat hs» return means
an investigation and an investigation
I for them means failure.
President of the T. P. A. May Re
Asked to Resign.
What flessrs. Jones Gardner and
James T. Hay Say.
Unless present plans miscarry an ef
fort will he made at the meeting of the
Travelers' Protective Association to be
held at the Kimball house Saturday ev
ening to have a resolution passed rec
ommending that the board of dltuctors
eslt forsths resignation of Mr. E. 17.
Smith, the president of the state divi
There seems to he a great difference
of opinion as to whether or not Mr.
Smith Is president and whether any
resignation from htm Is necessary to
vacate his position.
Mr. Smith, at the time of his elec
tion, was a resident of Georgia, but has
since accepted a position with Hand,
McNally & Co., at Chicago, and now
There seems to be no special provi
sions in the bylaws for such a case,
but it is generally accepted that a man
cannot be president of the Georgia di
vision and live tn Illinois. On this
point there may he a scrap, as there is
bad blood between Mr. Smith and his
friends and other factions in the asso
There have been two little unpleas
ant happenings between Mr. Smith and
his brother drummers which have been
kept very quiet anti were kept out of
The Journal of yesterday reviews (he
Th" first difficulty re plied In a suit
for Sls. brought hy Mr. Smith against
the post of which he is a member.
Trouble Over sls.
Messrs. Smith and P. C. Cashman
wets appointed delegates to a national
convention at Terre Haute, the latter
al the special request of his post here.
Mr. J. E. Maddox rose in meeting and
moved that Inasmuch as Cashman 'was
to go at the urgent request es his post
and was going solely at their request j
that his expenses be paid hy the post, j
This was unanimously agreed to and
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ON THE EVE OF
A 6REAT BATTLE
The Anglo- Egyptian Expedition, Numbering
20,000 Men. on Parade.
They Will Move on Omdurman and Probably
Give Battle Tomorrow.
The Review Was One of the Most Magnificent Ever
Been, the Line Being Nearly Two and a Half Miles
Long—The Soldiers Will Carry No Baggage
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1 1 rip Th# two »»*n uttit. nepr#**•(!•* j
1 th* (bnfgts division
I After th* rasnsilos Mr rimllh pre- 1
s*nt#4 ■ Mil I* hi* pea* f«r Ilk mi in* |
' Hi* stair 41 vloin* had <>nlr puW htm
| IS, and ns Ih* p. *( had furnl#h*d ,
|<* .unman ssd th*y should pay him 'b#
. d(ff*f*t»** b*(»em w hat th* stale nl*
1 lowest him snd *he t Cashman ret -*t ved j
; The post refused to do this, saying Ihry j
1 had not agreed to and he did not go 1
.at their request Mr, riitilih (ranef-ire-4 |
(he rtaim to hta wife add she brought
j .tut. Th* (*>•( wishing to avoid a wan
! dal. settled the claim, but much fe*l* 1
I tog waa rtgrtiArtol. and there has
j i»een mu* h rmpoaltlon to Mr. Hmlth
lever sine*, there N in* some who hare
made no seerrd of their Intention lo;
I "down him."
i Notw Ithtrtandlng this. Mr. Smith Is 1
I recognised a* a msn Of aldUty snd
j was *el*< ted president cf the division, |
I though h* had a narrow es<-ape. so,
this enemies ssf. snd esm* near trelng'
thrown out. This was Mr Smith* 10- 1
jeal trouble, but hi* nest Involved the
slate snd to him Is much mere serious, j
riniv ****** »*■
Called Mr. Smith a Traitor
Laat year, a* prenldent of the Ueor- ,
gia division. Mr Smith was again a|
delegate to the national convention, j
There were two candidates for presl- J
dent of Ihe national association: Joseph
VViillotstein, of Klrhnu.nd, and C. R
Imtnn. the present president. The Geor
gia division Instructed its delegates to j
\ot* for Walierstetn and sent them to
the convention. About whal hapio-ned I
at the convention there ar* conflicting j
I tale*, but It Is a matter of record that 1
Mr. Hmlth voted for Duffin instead of)
Walierstetn, a* directed, and ih*t he |
(Smith) was elected vie* president. Mr.
George Zimmer was hi* fellow repre-1
aentatlve from the atate and they re-,
turned at out*. There has been some
lively correspondoOee lietween them ,
Shortly after the national convention ,
the Augusta post passed a resolution j
(ailing Smlih atm >r and h few other)
pet names, nnd at ■ * g him for his ics- j
Ignatlon ns president of the division.
This was sent to Mr. Smith, w ho refus- |
ed to resign, and explained to Ihe post
that It had no tight to ask for his res
ignation. as It was a matter for the
lwotrd of directors to ronslder. There
upon the Augusta pest withdrew Its re
quest for the gentleman’s resignation.
Augusta Director Interviewed.
This is the state headquarters of the
T. P. A.
Today a Herald repoi ter railed on
Mr. J. Jones Gardiner and Mr. James
T. May, both of tbe state board. They
read theJournalartlcleforthe first time.
They both acknowledged that they had
received letters from prominent T. P.
A.'s in different posts In the stale,
making serious charges against Mr.
Smith and wanting to know if thero
was no way to get him out of the po
sition of state president. These letters
were of o private character. In each
case Messrs. May and Gardiner wrote
the parties that nothing could be done,
in thpir opinion, unless each post in
the state rendered (heir grievances in
proper form before the state, board. If
that were dene, then the board would
"Our Atlanta friends are wrong
about one thing: they say the dele
gates went to Omaha instructed. That
Is a mistake; they went unlnstrueted,
hut Ihe majority of them went there to
I reelect Joe Wallerstein.”
Washington, Aug. 25. -The war de
partment Has received the following:
Manila, Aug. 25. —Adjutant General,
Washington. Rio de Janeiro and
Pennsylvania arrived. Al! well. No
casualties excepting Private Wanks, <
! First South Dakota, died between San
j Francisco and Honolulu. Merritt.
fir Reaney All Smiles.
Yemassee, S. C., Aug. 25. W. E.
; Rcandy. of Yemassee, is al. smiles to
iriity. There arrived at his home last
' uiglit a beautiful twelve pound girl.
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lie Divfb \#flih*r Hiidwf »( His
Succeeded In Putting Out th* I tames
* lu th* Castle.
Sperlal lo Tl»* lleralff.
Berlin Aug » Kaiser Wilhelm sur
prised the 1 IMS'n* of Cssael this aftsr
no*. Ilfs majmily and th# imptrwl
family ar* spending th* #umm*r
months ther# Wllhvl-n assumed p-r
--sonsl eummand ,*f a local Hr* deport
ment at a Ar* In Wilhelmahoche Cast!#.
Wllhelmsbot hi Castle ta a favorlt*
'imperial resort It was - reeled by th*
i .dd emperor. tSirty In th* aftertax n
jlt w-ss noticed that one of the larg*
' • htnuieys of th* structure waa emitting
igreat tongues of game, and Immediate
ly the esstl* watch gave the statin,
on account of the extreme heat and
dryness of tbe material the Are sptaad
with great rapidity, and the Hr# de
partment had all It could do to combat
Kaiaer Wilhelm Mr a rime watched
'the work of the laddlea with pailene*.
' l*ut aeon appeared dlssarisflsd with the
'slow sty in which th# fire was hand
led Hl* majesty, forgetting all court
j decorum, roabed among the men. and.
plarlng the eaptaln'a helmet upon hit
bead, led the firemen Inio the building
He aeemrd a* much at home a* If h*
1 were commanding military manoeuv
res. The kaiser and his men soon had
! the fir# under control, limiting ihe dam
age to the castle and furniture to a few
SPANISH PUBLIC DISGUSTED.
They Think Santiago Was Too F.aslly
Madrid. Si)*ln. Aug. 25.—Tbe news
paper* say gjle g ix-ral public display
considerable disgust at the hasty sur
render of Santiago slnee hearlns the
stories with regard to the adequate de
fensive conditions prevailing there, told
by repatriated soldiers, who arrived on
yestfrday al Corunna. There have lieen
six deaths among the returned soldiers
slnee their arrival. A special commis
sion Is now meeting to decide upon the
question of quarantine. The military
authorities have bagun th" distribution
of arrears of pay to the repatriated sol
Pardon For rienocal.
New York. Aug. 25. A. G.' Meno
cal. civil engineer in the navy, who
was courlmiu Haled some months ago
anil sentenced to suspension from duty
on furlough pay for three years, for
neglect of duty in connection with the
cons! ruction of the Brooklyn dry dock,
has been pardoned by Ihe president.
This restores him lo his former status
in the navy. Mr. Menocal retires from
active service on the first of Septem
Poisoned By Ice Cream.
Middletown, N. Y., Aug. 25.—Ice
cream prepared with lemon extract
purchased from a traveling salesman
caused tile dealh of three persons and
a score of others are sick. Mrs. Her
man Mlchaelis, of New York; Mrs.
William Seder, of Mount Vernon, and
Mr, Rolieit Jones, of Greenfield, are
dead. All are summer guests at Arthur
J.,lies’ cottages at Greenfield. The lee
cream was eaten at Sundays dinner.
Schley Has Recovered
Westport, Conn., Aug. 25.—Rear Ad
miral Schley started for New York
this morning, apparently completely
recovered frofla Is Indisposition. Up
on reacHifig>New YoTk he will pro
ceed to »h?,fl«g«hlp Brooklyn, where
he will spend the day".